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Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
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Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
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Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
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A JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY AND IMMIGRATION.

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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FLORIDA FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION AND THE FLORIDA FRUIT AND

VEGETABLE GROWERS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION.


liav.. 11. Maiivillc'Y. DaCostu., Editor.Publisher, Jacksonville, FIn, Monday; September 27, 1886. J{New Established Series: Vol. 1809.5, No. 39.VIavketing. .

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: organization co-operating in the Article V The President, Secretaryand BYLAWSof
] ; Treasurer shall be elected bal-
county. by the Florida Fruit and Vegetable-
All other actual producers presentwere lot, at the regular annual meetingin Growers' Protective Association :
THE OOALA CONVENTION.
by the action of the Convention each year, and shall hold their of- Article I. Each regular meeting

The Fruit-Growers and Truckersof constituted members. fices for twelve months, or until their shall be held atsuch time and place as

Nine Counties Organize the The Convention then proceeded to successors are elected. the preceeding annual meeting shall

Florida Fruit and Vegetable organize itself into an association by The Presidents of county Associa- determine.

Growers' Protective Association the adoption of the following.. tions shall be Vice-Presidents of this Article II. Other meetings of this

CONSTITUTION: Association, and shall, with the Presi- Association may be held at such time

[Reported PATCH.! especially for the FLORIDA DIS- Whereas we believe the proper time dent, Secretary and Treasurer, consti- and place as a majority of the Executive ,

Pursuant to the call for a State has arrived, in the history of the tute the Executive Committee. Committee may determine, Pro-

Convention issued by the meeting of Fruit and Vegetable-Growers' inter- Article VI. The duties of the officers vided that at least one month's noticebe

Fruit and Truck-Growers held at ests of the State of Florida, for the of this Association shall be suchas given of said meeting.

Ocala, on the 24th of August last, taking of such steps as shall best advance are customary, and as the names of Article III. The regularly consti-

said ,State Convention assembled at and protect our industries the respective officers indicate. tuted delegates to this Association "*- Ml* .... "f

Ocala, on the 21st inst, at 11 o'clock, therefore, we, the Fruit and Vege- Article VII. The President may at shall produce credentials from county,

a. m. A full representation not hav- table-Growera of the State of Florida, his discretion call a meeting of the precinct or local Association before

ing arrived at this hour organizationwas assembled in Convention at Ocala, Executive Committee at any time, being entitled to seats as such.

not attempted and the morningwas Florida, this September 21st, 1886, do after giving sufficient notice thereof. Article IV. The president of the

devoted to an informal discussion.The hereby organize ourselves into an Association Five members present at any meeting Association shall preside at all meetings -

afternoon session commenced at said Association to be gov- shall constitute a quorum. of the same, and at the meetingsof

2 o'clock, a full representation beingin erned by a constitution and by-laws, as. The Executive Committee shall the Executive Committee, and per-
attendence, consisting of about one follows) : form such other duties as devolve
have supervision and control of all
hundred and CONSTITUTION. the president of deliberative
twenty-five producers upon
the interests of this Association withpower
representing nine different counties. Article L This organization shall bodies. In the absence of the presidentany
to do and perform all proper
The following came as duly accred- be known and styled as the Florida vice-president chosen by the or-
acts-Provided always, that in all
ited delegates from county organizations Fruit and Vegetable-Growers' Protec- ganization shall act in his stead.
matters of purchase of property, the
: tive Association. Article V.: It shall be the duty of
question of said purchase shall be first
Alachua County W. K. Cessna, Article II. The object of this As- the secretary to keep a record of
submitted to and approved by the
W. P. Shettleworth, C. P. Perry, W. sociation shall be to promote the best Association: the proceedings of this Association, 1

D. Evins, J. R. Shaw. interests of the Farmers and Fruit collect all moneys due the same, and t
Article VIII. This constitution
Sumter County-A. S. Harvey, S. and Vegetable-Growers in the State of may pay the same over to the treasurer, r
A. Market, W. J. Borden, C. Whit- Florida. .be amended at any regular meeting bya taking a receipt therefor. I
vote of two-thirds of the members
field, O. P. Rooks, W. F. Humphries. Article III. That the State Associa- Article VI. The treasurer shall receive -

Marion County F. D. Pooser, M. tion shall be composed of two repre- present. all moneys collected by the secretary -

D. Strout, Geo. W. Lyons, L. D. Gei- sentatives from every county Association Amendment I. The Executive Com- for the Association, receipt to
co-operating with this Association mittee of this Association shall have him for the and out the
same
ger, W. S. Williams, H. W. Long, ; pay
Geo. W. Wilson, C. F. Benson, E. L. and one representative from every power to levy and assess such sums of same on order of the Executive Com-

Carney, Alfred Ayer, B. Arntz, Mr. precinct or local organization so co money to be paid by the several coun- mittee.

Robinson. operating. ty Associations to this Association as Article VII. The secretary and,. ..

Polk County-James B. Crum. Article IV. The officers of this Association may be necessary to defray the expenses treasurer shall make reports of all {:

Clay County-W. P. Wood. shall be a President, as many of said committee in caring for moneys received and disbursed by f

Orange County-A. D. Wright. Vice Presidents as there are county the interests of the Association. them to each meeting of this Association I

Duval County-By action of the Associations co-operating with the Provided, that the amount assessedto and to the l xecutive Committee

Convention. A. H. Manville and W. State Association, a Secretary and each member composing the countyor when called upon. If
A. Bours were constituted delegatesfrom Treasurer, and an Executive Committee. precinct or local Association shall Article VIII. The Executive Com- .
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such executive work as the inti-rests of a Railroad Commission in this State tation service and freight tariff. Butto October.

the Association may require, and shall voiced the general sentiment of the insure the fullest success, we MUST

make a written report of their official Association, but it was laid upon the have the united co-operation of all WORK FOR THE MONTH.

acts at each meeting of the Associa table as inexpedient and inappropriate who are alike interested. The FLOR- In the Garden.

tion. at this time. IDA DISPATCH, an agricultural paper All kinds of garden work may now

Article IX. Thesecretary and treas STATE CHEMIST.A published at Jacksonville, Fla., has be carried on in earnest. If the di-

urer of this Association may be required resolution looking to the appointment been chosen as the official organ of rections already given have been

to give such bon-s? as the Ex- of a State chemist, for the pur- this Association, and will have in its followed, many things should now

ecutive Committee shall require. pose of analyzing fertilizers, etc., was next issue the full! proceedings of our be growing finely and will need propercare

Article X.: All drafts upon the adopted. I meeting, together with the constitutionand and work. Let the motto be,

treasurer shall be signed by the pre- Communications were received from by-laws of the Association. Let us "Stir the soil." Stir it often, especiallyif

siding officer and the secretary. many portions of the state expressing come together and counsel, and adopt the weather be dry. Keep the sur-

Article XL The Order of Business sympathy with the objects of the As- such means as will well and speedily face loose.

of the Association shall be as follows: sociation and a purpose to co-operate relieve the fruit and vegetable interestof Keep on sowing and planting for a

1. Reading minutes of last meeting. therewith.The the State of the embarrassments and succession as before directed, keepingin

2. Reports of committees and offi session had prolonged itself vexatious wrongs heretofore so patiently mind that we are a month nearerto

cers. into the "wee sma' hours" of the morn- endured.A the season of frosts than when the

- 3. Consideration communications. ing, and after passing the usual reso- copy of a resolution passed by last directions were written and of

4. Unfinished business. lutions of thanks the Association ad- your respective county associations, course the more tender vegetables must

5. New business. journed to hold its next annual meet- expressing your wish and intention to be left out of the list. The main cropsof

6. The appointing of time and placefor ing at Bartow, Polk county, Florida, join this Association, together with a onions, cabbage and cauliflowermust

next annual meeting. on the second Tuesday in June, 1887. list of your officers, transmitted to the now be put in if they have not

Article XII. These by-laws may be Immediately after the adjournmentofthe Secretary of this Association wilt place already been attended to.

amended at any regular meeting of Association, the Executive Com- you at once in the rank. Read over the directions given for

this Association by a two-third vote mittee met and prepared the address Now is the time Jar action! August and September and apply to

of same. given below. Respectfully, the present month. While followingthe
The adoption of the constitution > < W. K. CESSNA, President, general directions it will be of ad-
ADDRESS Gainesville, Fla.
and by-laws completed,) the work of E. J. BENTON, Secretary, vantage to have a small experimentalplat
the afternoon session. The night session To the Fanners, Fruit and Veg- Sparr, Fla.C. in which to try various crops and

convened at 8 o'clock and pro etable-Growers of the WHITFIELD, Wild wood ; methods of culture and different ferti-
State of Florida.
ceeded at once to elect the following W. J. BORDEN, Oxford ; lizers. Much may be learned in this
We, the members of the Executive
OFFICERS: W. P. WOOD, Orange Park ; way if a minute record of dates and
Committee, acting under instructionsfrom F. D. POOSER Ocala
President W. K. Cessna, of Gaines- ; doings be kept for future reference.
"The Florida Fruit and VegetableGrowers' Executive Committee.
ville, Alachua county. Writing from a position midway
Protective Association
(NOTE BY THE SECJETARy.-The:
Secretary-E. J. Benton, of Sparr, between these points,we can only hopeto
organized at Ocala] Florida, this 21st Presidents, Secretaries and Treasurersof "
Marion county.. mark out for the "new comer, a
of September, 1886, do respectfully organized County Fruit and VegetableGrowers' -
Treasurer'V. J. Borden, of Ox- general outline based upou our personal -
present, for your early and earnest Associations throughoutthe
ford, Sumter county. experience here and from careful -
consideration, the following: State, can obtain a copy of the proceedings I I
OFFICIAL ORGAN. observations made over a large ex-
That the State organization per- Constitution, By-Laws and
tent of the State, north and south.
The FLORIDA
DISPATCH unanimous
by fected to-day embraces representationfrom address of the Executive Committee,
vote was constituted the official seven counties ; that the matters by sending their names and postoffice .I We confidently believe that with the
variations rendered loca-
of the Association. necessary by
organ discussed and acted upon are of vital address to me. Also,persons engagedin
tion, our general instructions, if care-
TRANSPORTATION.The importance to every tiller of the soil Fruit and Vegetable-Growing in
fully followed, will be found servicableto
following committee was appointed of Florida ; that to attain the objects unorganized counties who contemplate
to see the Managers of the sought to be accomplished, we must organization will please send their many. J. H. S.
Florida Railroads and lines Plant lettuce and endive for a suc-
connecting be reinforced by all the influence names and postoffice address to me at
and endeavor obtain lower t cession. Sow radish and cress every
of
to rates which can be brought to bear, once and I will forward copies of same
ten or twelve days. Set out cabbage
fruit and truck well ,
freight on as as and that without delay. This by return mail. Address
.to secure better service to the great movement, fairly inaugurated, must E. J. BENTON, brocoli, cauliflower, etc. If cabbage

markets of the country:W. K. Cessna, grow and increase, till it shall embrace Secretary F. F. & V.-G. P. A., plants enough have not been secured,

of Gainesville ; C. P. Perry, of Arre- every Farmer, Fruit and Vegetable Sparr, Marion County, Fla. sow seed for winter planting. Early
dondo F. D. Pooser of Ocala and Flat Dutch is best cabbage for main
; ; Grower of every precinct in every Ripening and Shipping the Le-
W. A. Bours, of Jacksonville.FRUIT county in the State. That we do cordially Conte.A crop. Sow spinach, turnips, carrots,
parsnips, beets, mustard etc., foi a
EXCHANGE. South Georgia peach-grower
invite all county organizations, says
The above committee were also instructed Agricultural and Horticultural, in the LeConte should be gathered as succession. The Bermuda and the

to confer with the 'Florida the State, to join with us AT ONCE ; and soon as the stem will part readily from White Tripoli are the best onions to

FruitExchange with a view to mutual we urge, as a matter of necessity, the the twig upon which it hangs when plant. Celery should be carefully
co-operation in the matter of trans- organization of all unorganized coun- the fruit is lifted. It should then be worked and a little earth drawn up
round the when the
porting and marketing the fruit ando ties. Under our constitution, the Presi- ripened in a cool, dark room-the flavor stem, ground is
of the State.COOPERATION. is if it be dry. In South Florida sow the earliest -
vegetable crops dents of all county associations cooperating hightened wrapped in..
with us, are vicepresidents blankets to completely exclude the. varieties of "English" peas. Irish

The Executive Committee were in- of the State Association, light and air. potatoes planted last month should be

structed to prepare at once an address and will form with the President, In shipping the LeConte, Mr.\ San- worked and slightly earthed up.

to the fruit and vegetable-growers ol Secretary and Treasurer, the Ex- ford, of Thomasville, uses the seven- The work of setting out strawberry

Florida, soliciting their co-operation, ecutive Committee of the Florida eights bushel California crate. Each plants should be completed this month.

and urging the formation of local and Fruit and Vegetable-Growers' Protective pear is wrapped in Manilla paper, (See full instructions in recent issuesof

county organizations throughout the Association. From informationwe they are then packed closely in the the DISPATCH.)
On the Farm. .
State. are assured that the railway com- crates and pressed down tightly into
Sow Rust Proof Oats and Southern
", RAILROAD> COMMISSION. panies will meet us in a spirit of compromise place with a lever. His fruit carries Rye for winter forage and to afford
.' A resolution the oi f the of well.
,1 urging necessity upon matter transpor- green food for fowls.

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Finish harvesting rice early this California. rand five degrees. So you see it is not went to Riverside, and thera purchased
month if the work has not already been the equable climate it is claimed tc he. property. At the end of two years
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done. California Ink. The system of irrigation is very labo- he went to San Diego. The followingwas
The mills for grinding sugarcaneand Scattered through quite an exten- rious, and it seems to me that we are written after he had been in
the evaporators must be put in sive correspondence I have had for living in a desert and working against Southern California four years. In

order for uee. In the northern part several years more or less of California :. nature. But what we most object to this time two members of his family
of the State, the work "making up" ink. is the water; in this district it containsa had died. This may have had something -
the cane will commence this month, Many readers of the FLORIDA DIS- good deal of alkali. Orange to do with his dislike of the
further south it may be deferred until PATCH are not only desirous to obtain culture here is a failure, the fruit is country: He writes:
next month. knowledge of Florida, but of Cali- not near as good as the European "I do not like Southern California. 1
Cow and Conch peas should be gath- fornia as well. Hence any facts bearing oranges we used to get at home. Both Perhaps it is my fault, but it does not r
ered as fast as they ripen. upon these queries as to a future home oranges and lemons were badly dam- suit me. I think it is a fearfully
The fences should be looked after as away from boisterous blizzards and aged last winter by freezing. We do overestimated country, but still they
cattle have; now been turned loose :in circling cyclones will be acceptable.These not expect to find a heaven on earth, have some good things. The climate
the woods. spatters of California ink are jet we expect to find a place wherewe I in some places is good, in others it is
Among the Citrus Trees. for the benefit of such inquirers. can make a comfortable and bad. It is the most spotted country in

Do not cultivate the trees in grove They are the inside facts of California happy home, which as yet we have the world as regards climate, soil and
. any longer. The wise grower who has life-the testimony of residents insteadof not found." everything. I am thoroughly disgusted -
had his grove in pease during the sum- tourists-of property-owners instead So much of the letter relates to with it, and shall leave it as

mer, as soon as the vines are well of pleasure seekers-the testimony California as a home, and the readercan soon as I can get away. A distanceof
broken down, will sow rye or oats be- of men of character and standing judge for himself as to its desir but a few miles will sometimes
tween the tress and let this "lay by" -of responsible men whose veracityis ability. make as much difference in climate as
the grove until spring. The packing unquestionable, instead of irresponsible Another dash of California ink there is between Knoxville and At-
house should be gotten in order and a scriblers who "for revenue. only" from the same Irish pen, gives a phaseof lanta. San Diego is the most pleasant -
supply of "box shooks" and orange will scribble anybody anything California life of which the general climate I have found, but I think

wraps laid in. Making boxes will afford either up or down as may be desired. public has but little knowledge.Well Riverside is really the best place in
work for rainy days and odd English misrule in Ireland and the what is a sand storm? Our Southern California,and for that mat-
times. The latter part of the month excitement incident to the same, has, Irish pen shall answer: ter the best in the iftate.; I have no
the earlier eorts will be ripening and driven many an Irishman to America. December G,1886.-1 write this in doubt your country is a good one, andI
the fruit will begin to move rapidly. This constant turmoil has paralyzed the midst of a sand storm; one of those have often wished I had seen it be- )

In the Nursery. trade and jeopardized every business: terrible winds from the desert that fore coming here." w
Push the insertion of dormant budsin enterprise. An Irish gentleman of -brings- clouds- of sana and dust. It These words need no comment of

citrus and peach trees. Work all extended business connections, who makes one's head ache, and the heart mine. The reader can study them at

your orange stocks that are large for years had hoped against hope at beat as if one was up miles from the his leisure, if he has any symptoms of
enough. Bud low down and there will least became discouraged and turnedhis i earth in a balloon, while sand is in the California fever.
be no danger of losing your buds from thoughts toward America. the nose, mouth, eyes and lungs. I In its proper place I omitted a passage
cold unless the stalks are killed. Thereis Canada friends: sent him some copiesof now have a wet cloth on my foreheadto from a third letter of our Irish friend.
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plenty of "bud-wood" now, in the a California paper. In one of these enable me to write. In summerwe "March 28, 1885. We are still here,
spring it is always scarce and the trees he saw my name in connection withan have it all the time, we breath sand but trying to get away. We have
are often not in condition for budding article on "The climate of Florida." and dust night and day. The foot sold one place, and are trying to rent f
until May or perhaps June. The dor- He at once wrote to me and in due hills are three to four miles from our other places, as times are so dull
mant buds can be cut over in March time decided to come to Florida as here and have been very indistinctlyseen here that there is little sale for real
and make fine salable trees by the soon as he could arrange his business. until the first of September.Since estate. Not much prospect of sellingat

following winter. In the summer of 1882, he left Ireland then it only comes at intervals.In present."
Run over the young buds, frequently i with his family-wife and five September we had five days of These are samples:: of California ink.
training them into desirable shape. children-came to America. He Santa Anna winds from the desert This class of literature is very abundant -

Do not cultivate any longer. visited friends in Canada and was per- with sand, and each day the heat was mostly in the form of private let-
In the Orchard. suaded to accompany some of them to 102 to 105 degrees, and all in succes- ters in the hands of former friends and

Keep the plow or cultivator runningin California. He selected for a home, sion. In November we had two acquaintances. Very few of them ever
the peach orchard during the entire a prosperous settlement in Los Angeles storms of three days each, and now see the light of a public print, hence
where he invested in we are in the midst of another, their notes of warning are confined toa
month, and apply a little quick fertilizer county largely
twelve of sand storms circle. For the benefitof
real making days very narrow
to early peaches immediately.In estate.
since September 1st and they continueat both the interested and curious I
the ordinary course of nature these i The first letter I received from him ,
trees have made their best growth and after he went to the Pacific coast was this rate all winter, but in summerwe give these extracts the broad daylightof
dated June 16 1883. have no storms, but permanentsand the FLORIDA DISPATCH.JAS. .
are maturing the same preparatory to .
and dust all of the time. This H. WHITE.
taking their winter rest, if this dor- "I came to Southern California, as Island Home,August 28,1886.
mant period begins now, the trees will my friends all spoke well of it, but is a bad case, worse than I thought, .
until I made it out by experience.But Results of Chicago Citrus Fair.
be ready to burst into bloom in the am not as well satisfied as I expected.

Some weeks since a dispatch was
have kinds of excel-
before the The weather is changeable. It we so many
first warm days of spring, very
sent to the Pacific coast from
lent fruit I sometimes think it is papers
that the of the atmos-
If the dryness
liability of frost is over. trees seerrs
worth for but mind is Chicago announcing the fact that as
these causes the heat to off so staying my
are caught in blossom by spring phere go rap-
a result of the recent Southern California
when the desert blows
frosts the crop will be lessened or destroyed idly by radiation after sundown that changed" uponus. Citrus Fair held in Chicago,
by the injury done the bloom. the nights are cold, too cold for com- |an association had been formed in that I'
By stimulating the trees to make fort, and we don't think it good for I have no room for the chapter on city to furnish homes for one hundred \\
another growth this fall, the dor- our health, and we have more gray earthquakes, as I wish to give the families in Southern California. Noth-
mant period will commence later, the hairs since we came here. Sometimes I reader a little California ink from a ing more was heard of the association
for time but the went to
some movers
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trees will remain dormant later in the there is a range of forty-five degrees i Tennessee pen. The writer was a work quietly and have at last accomplished -
spring, and the blossoms will not appear betwen the night and day. Since we: neighbor of mine in Tennessee and the task assigned them, and !
until the danger of damagingfrosts have been here we have had it from]1 I left there for California a few days San:; Bernardino county is the recipientof
is over. twenty-eight degrees to one hundred l before we started for Florida. He their efforts.

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The Orchard 3d. The fruit is of very large size, but will doubtless succeed finely in ON INDIAN RIVER. I

being from seven to nine inches in circumference the Peen-to region of Florida and will
Peaches Take the Place of Guavas
t ORIENTAL PLUMS. and specimens weighingsix probably ripen fruit in May.\ This Year--Varied ProductionsEditor -
and a half ounces each ; it has a Virgata ((1)). Of this variety, Mr. FLORIDA DISPATCH:
Three New Types from Japan and remarkably small pit. Berckmans says: "It has been in our The series of articles appearing in

China. 4th. It is very attractive in appear- grounds since 1874, and cultivated the columns of the DISPATCH, descriptive .
We are indebted to Japan and China ance, being of a rich yellow, nearly solely as an ornamental tree. Its ) of the progress of peach culture -

for the LeConte and other Oriental overspread with bright red, with a small, rose-colored, double flowers, of in the more northern and central

pears, for the Japan persimmon, the lovely bloom. It is heart shaped. In the most symmetrical form makes this portion of our State, coupled with decidedly .
Peen-to and Honey peaches, the Lo- Florida it ripens in August.5th. tree most conspicuous during Februaryand enticing accounts of most

quat, and indeed for most fruits of recent It is of excellent quality, melt- March. This year, owing to unusually agreeable impressions made upon the

introduction which have succeeded ing rich and juicy ; its large size ren- late blooming, an abundant gustatory sense, while samplingthe
in Florida and the coast belt ders the paring of the fruit as practi- crop of fruit was produced. Fruit varieties, creates the impressionthat

of the Southern States. No greater cable as the peach, which is quite a small, oblong, orange yellow, with there are some other good thingsin
acquisition has been sent us from the novelty, and it excels all other plumsfor apricot flavor ; ripens middle of May, the fruit line in Florida besides
land of the Celestials than the new canning.As and valuable where the
may prove "Indian River Oranges" that a wide-
races plums which we have receivedin a dried fruit, it is destined to Peen-to peach succeeds. In foliage it awake man should have growing,

the last few years. In giving a take the lead, equal to, if not surpass- resembles the Botankio, and may proveto in sufficient quantities, at least, to
short account of these plums we trust ing the best dried prunes. Experi- be of that class. We are not cer- meet the wants of the family.

we shall be pardoned by premisingwith ments resulted in yielding nineteenand tain that the name under which we The majority of our settlers have

the old story that a half pounds of dried fruit to the have grown it is correct. around with them in fond remem-

THE LOQUAT, one hundred pounds of fresh fruit. SIMONI. brance the fruits of the old orchardsand

a beautiful evergreen tree, with long, In texture it is firm and meaty, andit Simon's (Pruntw Simoni, or Apricot gardens of their former homesand

glossy leaves, bearing spikes of white possesses superior qualities for ship- Plum,) was introduced from China at many a qualm of home-sickness is in-

flowers in winter, followed by clustersof ping to long distances ; It remains Metz (Alsace Lorraine), by Mr. duced by their absence, yet there is a

bright yellow, sub-acid, refreshingfruit solid longer than any other variety. Eugene Simon, some fifteen years wide range of excellent fruits, of trop-
about the size of a Wild-gocse Mr. Berckmans received specimensof ago, and has been successfully cultivated ical and semitropical character that

plum, ripening in March and April ; the fruit from California early in in various sections of the can be successfully cultivated in this

that this fruit, commonly known September 1885, and they kept per- United States. It is perfectly hardy( country that would go a long ways
throughout the State as the Japan fectly sound for two weeks ; the aver- as far North as Iowa, where it pro- toward filling this "aching void" and

plum is not a plum at all, neither related age weight being four ounces. He says, duces fruit freelv. Tree of medium induce the tranquil contentment of a
to the plum family. Its botan- "One year old trees planted at Augusta, height, quite upright in habit, leaves full stomach.

ical name is ttryobothrya or Mespilus Ga., in March\ 1885, are now bearing !! long, dark green. Fruit resembles a We believe that an intelligent pains-
Japunica, and it should be called Japan good crops of fruit. In orjler to learn flattish, smooth brick red tomato. taking horticulturist could soon sur-

Medlar, or better still Loquat, the lat- all we could as to the behavior of this Flesh fine, apricot yellow, firm, and round his home with fruits of such va-
ter being the name applied to the fruit since its introduction here by us with a peculiar aromatic flavor. Maturity ried character that would enable himto

fruit in Japan, whence it comes. Of in 1884, we lately sent out a circular in France and Iowa during institute a comparison with the
letter to one hundred persons, selected August. Will probably mature here
fruits of other sections of the Union
theKELSEY'S JAPAN AND ITS STRAIN, among the most prominent pomol- in June or July.According that would not be odious to Florida.
gists, and requesting their opinion.The to Mr. Berckmans, "good
Mr. Berckmans says: "The race is as The ease with which the Guava has
to this circular authorities that with most of
ex state
answers are as
distinct from our native varieties as is been grown, together with the excel-
and substan- Oriental fruits this reaches its
the
the LeConte pear from the Bartlett. ceedingly satisfactory, I lent and varied range of the flavor of
tiate expectation we anticipatedin highest perfection in a hot, dry sum-
every
The trees: resemble somewhat our vigorous its abundant and fragrant fruit, has
varieties of the Chickasaw type, disseminating this fruit." mer air. We may, therefore, expectthe superceded the longing for the supposed
The has fruited in Florida better here thanin
Kelsey fruit to be even
but the foliage is larger and quite dis. marketable peach. The flavorof
this the fruit in size and Iowa in the of the Moselle
season, qual- ,or valley ,
in
but the
tinct. Some varieties mature their a Guava exists memory,
ity coming fully up to the California in France, where we saw it during
fruit very early, and will not all suc- this year, while on the other hand the
description. The trees grow very rap- July, before maturity, and where it is
ceed outside the orange belt because of few peach trees grown, rather as curi-
their early blooming ; but the late idly and thriftily, some trees have ma- much esteemed." osities, than in hope of fruitagewereloaded
tured perfect fruit in eighteen months It is liable attack of the
more to
ripening sorts bloom at the same timeas down with delicious fruit, both
from the bud. The fruit ripens earlier curculio than either of the foregoing.It .
the Wild-goose, their fruit being in free and cling. I had peaches that
here than in middle Georgia. is a native of Northern China, and
season when there is a scarcity of other weighed three and one-quarter ounces
classes." Botan, Chabot,Masu and Long Fruit will undoubtedly prove a valuable and measuring from seven to seven
: ed,also from Japan,are of the same gen acquisition on the prairies of the and one-half inches in circumferance.
Kelsey's Japan plum was imported
eral character the Someare Northwest. We think its success in
from Japan in 1871 by the late John as Kelsey's. Florida or the Coast Belt of the Some peach trees grown on Mer-
Kelsey, of California, whose name has stronger, more stocky growers with Southern States is doubtful. ritt's Island have attained the diameter -
broader Mr. Berckmans has .,
been given to the fruit. There are at foliage. ---- of ten to twelve inches, with
several in of the The Keiffer.
bearing importationof
present upwards of one hundred trees spreading branches-ample foliageand -
Mr. Sanford, one of the most exten-
December 1885 but he is thus far
orchard which have last but not least of all
in the original sive pear growers of Thomasville, Ga., were
been in bearing ever since 1876, and unable to report upon their season of considers this pear a great acquisition, loaded down with finely flavored, and
have never failed to produce all the maturity, which will probably corres- as it comes after most other pears are attractively colored fruit. These trees
fruit they could carry. pond with that of Kelsey's. They gone, and bears heavily. Mr. Kinsey, were brought from the vicinity of St.
come well endorsed from California.THE of Savannah, Secretary of the Geor-
The following points of excellenceare Augustine, and seven years old from
gia Horticultural Society, says with
claimed for it: BOTANKIO STRAIN. him two-year-olds have borne as highas the pit. I regret that I know nothing
1st. Its wonderful productiveness is Botankio belongs to the Apricot six dozen fruit. He has fruited the about the names of the varieties grown

unsurpassed by any other plum, either plum type. The foliage differs from Keiffer for three years; thinks that, upon Indian River. G. W. H.
the leaves broader like the LeConte, it is valuable, some ,
native or foreign.2d. the foregoing, being 4
excellent and others not so good
,
It comes into bearing at the age and partaking of the apricot chaiacter years always a heavy bearer. It hangs on The LeConte growers in the Gulf .

of two to three :years, blossoms appear- ; it probably matures a very early the tree until frost, and is one of the Hammock are encouraged by'the ."
ing frequently on yearling trees. fruit. It blooms too early for Georgia best for evaporating. yield this season.

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Raising: Peach Stocks in Florida. Arboriculture' preceding sentence, that "they passed fI PBeeKeeping i&ry.

,: Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH. through the cold of last winter unscathed -

Three years ago I sent to the man ," (unseated-unhurt, untouched,)
who looks after my young grove in THE PEPPERMINT GUM. in Florida.
[Webster].
Bradford county twenty pounds of Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:

peach pits, which he told me he had "Croyon" Taken to Task on Ver- To further satisfy the skeptical and I note several articles in your paper

duly set out. The entire lot, however, nacular Names. curious "Croyon" we will state that about bees and their management in

failed to make an appearance above the same plants are now more than Florida. I differ with most of them,
ground. Would kindly tell me Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: having had some little experience here,
you
30 six feet high, and that we also have
the reason why they did not grow? In your issue of August one and a good deal in Mississippi\ and
of Casuarina stricta and (C.
Was it on account of no frost? I wishto "Croyon of the mythical hamlet of specimens other States before coming to Florida.

make another trial this fall, and "Somewhere draws us "over the equisetifolia, all our "very own." Bees have certain times for work and

would be glad if you can tell me whatI coals" in something of an uncalled for P. W. REASONER. times for rest or wintering. In Floridait

should doif anything, before placing Manatee, Fla. is not so marked ; here bees work on
manner. .
them (the pits) in the ground. Wouldit something every month in the year,
A New Ornamental Tree.
be any advantage to expose them to Croyon will please notice that in and there is no rest or winter for them.

the frost here before sending them our communication printed July] 19, Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH.I The consequence of this is, they con-

South? A. McD. FRASER the word ."Peppermint Guin" after E. send by mail, for your inspection, sume all the time, and don't make

Austin, 111.Those piperita, are in quotation marks. Mr.\ specimens of the leaves and flowers of enough to live on, much less furnish a '
who have attempted to grow surplus and just as bees dwindle
Reasoner did not "tell us that E. pipe- Clerodendron vlscosessima. This is a your
peach trees in this State have, in most or lessen in numbers, the moth worms
rita is the Peppermint Gum. rapidly] growing, hardy deciduoustree
take and the first
instances, met with the same experience possession, thing you
The seeds of the Eucalyptus alluded somewhat resembling the catalpa, know your hives are full of webb and
as our correspondent. This re
to were purchaeed of J. M. Thorburn, introduced a few years ago from Northern worms, instead of bees.I .

luctance to germinate is, no doubt, at- 15 John street, New York, under the China, and which, as it succeeds pity the man who, in spite of all

tributable, in large measure, to the I the good bee books, and the improve-
well here will become
name Eucalvptu8 piperita (Latin) pi--: perfectly a
fact that the ground does not freeze ments made in hives and machineryfor
per-peper-the Gum [See pleasing addition to our list of ornamental -
here in winter. We have tried frost the apiarian, will still clamorfor
his catalogue for 18823.] plants.It the old
cypress or gum log.
ing the seed at the North before send-
We are well aware that Von Mueller\ begins to bloom early in sum- In the nice box hive full of nice

ing them here for planting, but the calls this species (E piperita) the mer, and its agreeably perfumed flow- frames filled with empty combs or

handling and drying incident to ship- foundation, and, if necessary, some
"White Stringy-bark and E. ers are produced in ]large terminal
ment such a long distance damagedthe amyg- full of honey, bee-bread, and young
daline the "Brown or White Peper- panicles throughout the season.
swelled seeds much that few bees to start with, a small swarm
so
mint tree." They closely resemble those of the would have too much room. Re-

came up. Peach seed can, however, This simply serves to show the utter hot house Clerodendron Balfouri, excepting duce your hive to one or more

be grown here with certainty. In the unreliability of local and vernacularnames. that the corolla is of a delicate frames, as the swarm needs, by

first place, procure seedling seed as using two division boards, one on each
pink instead of crimson. After the
Hundreds of
instances of this
home seedis side of the cluster, and are fixed
near as possible. Georgia you
kind can be cited In the North, Phil- interior of the flower drops, the calyx I
; before could cut log hive.
good, and Florida seed better. If up you your
adelphus coronarius is called the deepens to a rose color and a glossy There are a few simple things about(
it becomes it will
dry not sprout. "Mock-orange in the South, Prunus blueish berry as large as a pea appearsin the successful management of bees-

Make a shallow excavation, say six Caroliniana is called by that name the centre. This fruit, which con- necessary : First, good pasture or
;
inches deep and large enough to con- -- range ; second, pure Italian bees;
tains the seeds, gradually ripens and
Uucurbua ovifera is also commonlyknown
tain the seed spread out three or four third, a good, full two-story, long
as the "Mock-orange" In some falls. To multiply the tree there is no Stroth hive. Have all your hives and
inches thick into this the seed
; pour sections of the country Podophyllum occasion for planting seed, as suckersare frames the same depth and length ; if
before become after
they dry being I
peltatum is called the ""May-apple in emitted from the roots as profuselyas you don't, woe be unto you when you
removed from the fruit, and cover strike of these hives in
one irregular a
others by the "May-apple" is meant in the China tree or the Chickasaw -
them over with earth. This bank hurry with your hands full of frames,
The heart shaped leaves
plum.
incarnata. The Cor ,
Passiflora name -
should be made where the ground will perhaps full of bees ; fourth, a good
be constantly moist without becoming al-plant" is given to half-a-dozen different varying from four inches to a foot in honey extractor, honey knives, blower,

plants of widely different spe- diameter, give out a rather unpleasant veil, case-knife, hammer, screw-driver,

saturated. These seed can be droppedin cies and genera,-Erythrina coralla- odor when disturbed, similar to paper of tacks, ball of twine or small

drills arranged for nursery rows, dendron E. herbacea Jatrophu multi- that of the well known Clerodendron wire, sheet of James' perforated zinc,

in January following; plant twice as which resemblein and plenty] of dry wood or buffalo chips,
ftda Ouphea platycentra etc. The fragrans, they closely
,
for smoke. Always keep some hives
many seed as would fill the rows if all I
tree of which we were writing was shape, and whose dense corymbs and frames ready for your swarms,
and stand will be .
came up, a good Eucalyptus piperita.We of miniature roses, as exquisitely and keep them dry and cool. I prefer

obtained. We would suggest, how- the render it making bees work all while
are familiar with the Casuarina scented as heliotrope, a my together
ever, that small seedlings can be pur- favorite with they make honey, and then divide
and its it in West so many.
uses as Key :
chased for less than it would grows !later, if I want to increase my swarms.I .
money
and Havana and we "spoke whereofwe I The tree from which these specimensare
,
have an imported Italian
raise them. Sam'l H. queen,
cost to Humph,
knew." For the simple fact that taken is about five years old and and raise my own queens. I extractedsome

of Marshall ville, Georgia,a thoroughly the trees could be pollarded for cattle- fifteen feet high,of symmetrical shape. honey from my bees early, but

reliable nurseryman, makes a businessof fodder, we are indebted to Von Mueller with a finely spreading head.E. had to quit when the rains set in, andI

raising such stocks for sale. Small H. HART. fear I will have to feed some to carry
be had suitablefor ; our own experience has justifiedit pets over the rains it washes all
seedlings can of a size Federal Point, Fla.,September 9, 18&G. my ;
in the case of the treatment of small
the of flowers and
sweets out bees.
grafting or for budding the follow- We can bear testimony to the beautyof
plants by the rabbits, who prefer themto It does not pay here to run your apiary -
the flowers and of the Oler-
ing spring. foliage
I for section comb
crabgrass.We or honey. If you
odendron v 8coses8 ma. By the way, have to feed bees, take out'theupper
Bartow reports nearly a full orange do not claim to be a"luminous"1 II your you
can we not have an easier name for frames or put on another box
writer, but we distinctly stated, in our
crop. three instead of
.. this new acquisitionED.. having two, and put
The fruit of the Betworth grove at note on Casuarinas, that "small plantsof ---.. ..--- your feed in it and put on your cover,

Buffalo Bluff, six acres in extent, C. tennissima, six to ten inches high, Cocoanut culture along the ]lower and no bees can get in to trouble those

the blizzard last Janu- Florida inside. Bees will pay something after
came through of coasts of is growing rap- I
netted $6,600 in 1885. i the first cost for will if
they properly
ary unscathed that the same plantswere idly in volume and importance. The : worked, feed themselves and make a

On the Halifax the small strawberryor then four fee* high, and growing Key from Biscayne Bay to Key West small surplus. Last winter 1 lost two

Cattley guavas are ripe. The fail- rapidly. We would add, for Croyon's I contains many thousands of them from I stands before I knew they were dead.I .

ure of the larger kinds, on account of edification, that they DO belong to us, one to five years old scattered along I have only nineteen stands now, but

last winter's freeze, is much lamentedby and are on our own land here at Manatee I the Gulf coast as far north as Char- I expect to increase if I find it pays.
J. M. SIMMONS.
the people of this section. and, lest he should not see the lotte Harbor. 1 Altamonte Station,Orange County,Fla. '


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Irrigation.: season grown such crops as never before so on up, using the finest stones at the and H. H. Thompson, of the American

seen anywhere.I top, until two and one-half feet were Angler, New York, and Hon. J. H.
._ _
THE- NEW AGRICULTURE. have read with interest the letterof filled in. On top of these smallest Selkreg, of Ithaca, dug many of hills

your correspondent, G. H., of Cres- stones, such flat stones as were obtainedwere Early Rose potatoes in October, 1885,.
The Originator of this System cent City. The gentleman writing says laid with some care in order to which averaged ten pounds of perfect

Gives the Dispatch a Full that he takes no stock in sub -irrigation prevent earth from washing down. tubers per hill, or over 800 bushelsper
Account of His Method.
and there is wherein he differs Then sod, straw, or articles: of that acre, and one exceptional hill pro-
For a year or more Mr. Cole's new
from every person who ha3'examined kind were placed thereon, in order to duced sixteen and one-half pounds of
system of agriculture has been at-
tracting the attention of progressive into my work. Those who have doneso prevent all possible danger of fillingthe large potatoes, or an average of over
embrace the best minds of our trenches by dirt from above. The 1,200 bushels per acre. Mr. A. I.
farmers throughout the country. The
Nation. Sir John B. Lawes, representing remainder of the trenches were then Root, of Medina, Ohio,has his grounds
Elmyra Farmer's Club have taken
the sentiment of the advanced filled in with the soil first excavated trenched, and conducts dischargessteam
pains to investigate and report upon
agriculturists o fthe Old World givesin therefrom. These larger or retaining into them. He marketed pro-
Mr.\ Cole's methods, and the matter
adhesion.I trenches were along the side of the hill ducts one full month earlier than ever
has been generally discussed by the
incline to spend the winter in your on a water level,as stated above. Then before. Mr. G. E. Foote, of Waverly,
I; agricultural of the country.
press
lovely State, andl want your paper. he dug other trenches like these reser- N. Y., testifies to the immensely increased -
While some think Mr.\ Cole's claimsare
somewhat extravagant, it seems to Enclosed please find my checkfor same. voir trenches, and completed exactlyin products from his grounds.
A. V. COLE. the that they And this is the case wherever the
.. same manner, except system
be the unanimous opinion that he has
Wellsvllle, X. Y., September 13, 1886. were about two and one-half teet less has been introduced. When once
obtained wonderful results. While
TIlE NEW SYSTEM. in depth, and ran up and down the properly trenched there is no reason
the subject of irrigation is engagingthe
attention of our fruit-growers and Advantages have everywhere been 1 hill, connecting the larger trenchesone why a single dollar's expense should
found to follow the adoption of this I with the other, until the front of thereafter be incurred for a long periodof
farmers, a description of this
system, even when the most limited the lot and the street was reached. years. Where stone is not obtain-
new system of sub-irrigation will be
plats of ground have been operatedupon This is the system. able, a tile purposely manufactured for
read with interest. \Ve are fortunatein
and, of course, where the perma- Now as to results. It is found that the use and purposes of this systemcan
being able to place a full accountof
nent and continuing advantages have water flows latterally through the be had and used.
the New Agriculture before our read-
not yet been reached. That the advantages ground, however hard it is, until the Trenches may be placed four rods
ers, from the pen of Mr.\ Cole himself,
written especially for the DISPATCH. thus referred to will continue, trenches are reached, when it follows apart, both for main and discharge

MR. COLE'S LETTER: must be evident to all who take oppor- the easier exit among the stones at the trenches,and yet the greater the number

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: tunity to examine lands already under bottom. This is the result also, with and deeper the trenches the largerthe

An increasing interest having for the system, and who will trust the evi- dews, rains, snows, etc.; dropping upon amount of water stored, and more

months past developed in your land of dence of those who have trenched their the surface of the "ground, they find satisfactory the results. .

fruits and flowers, touching what has grounds, who bear uniform and unimpeachable their way into the trenches from above, Trenches ought to be completed in

been denominated the New Agriculture testimony to its practical and.mingle with that which had perfect condition for little, if any, more

now that Major\ W. A. Rooks, of utility. reached the trenches otherwise. Whena than SI per rod, or less than $50 per

Gardenia, Sumter county, sends to mea Those who have read the book writ- depth of two and one-half feet of acre. This will vary in different local-

copy of the DISPATCH and asks me to ten by Hon. A. N. Cole, Wellsville, water is obtained in the main trenches, ities. The system is applicable to levelas

introduce to its conductors my systemof Alleghany county, N. Y., who has the it passes down the discharge trenches, well as sloping lands, provided a

subsurface irrigation, drainage and largest plat of soil cultivated under and l so an equal quantity of water is drainage can be obtained at some

fertilization. I take pleasure in doingso. this system, and where it originated, at all-times kept in the main trenches, poiut, not less than twelve inches, be-

My\ system has been introduced to will have acquired a knowledge of the I ami the soil above by capillary action low the surface of the soil.

the world by my own experiments, be- construction of the trenches and the I kept moist, whether a surplus of rain- As will be seen, the system is a per-

gun in earnest about five years ago by principle upon which they operate, ren- fall or a drouth prevails. In additionto fect system of drainage, and yet, in

way of demonstration. As your paper dering further information upon those dews, rains, snows, etc., all experience place of carrying off the surplus waters,
seems to be devoted to the work of points unnecessary. shows that water is developed, with all their best elements of fertiliza

showing what Florida is capable of do- Inquiries< to the system and whatit and the flow increased wherever these tion, it stores it beneath the growing

ing at its best, I feel sure you will not is, may, however, be briefly an- trenches have been dug, and the system crops for their use at a time when most

deem me presuming when I say that swered. Mr.\ Cole had a clay hillside, I tested. Snow melts over this required. The waters, in their percolation -

whether I have found out the way to underlaid by hard-pan. The ground!' trenched land, while upon adjoining ] from trench to trench, carry

its best or not, I have found out the was most unproductive in character, laud, untrenched, it lies for weeks ; light, air and warmth with them, and

way in which it can be made to grow I being stiff and cold in wet weather, the whole soil is ready for cultivationten leave in the soil fertilizing elements*

the fruits of the earth to a degree of I and becoming so hard under the opera- fifteen, and in some cases twenty whether nature's (the most valuable)
those artificial the lands.Aquaculture. .
profusion and perfection so great, as to tion of drouth as to practically destroyall days earlier in spring than before pre or >applied-+-4 to ',Y
make its achievements in that line of vegetation of the least value. The pared under the system! and fall frostsare .

the past those of hundreds as compared clay surface soil was filled with stones, repelled to a remarkable degree, This is the name given by some of

with units. and in the absence of rainfall the mass and for a time deemed almost impossi- its advocates to Mr. Cole's system. It

This will seem to most of your read became better fitted for brick material ble.The is worthy of note,however, that in con-

ers extravagant to a degree making it than for the purposes of cultivation. vegetable production over and nection with his sub-surface irrigation,

increaible, but so phenominal are the Along the surface of this hillside, around and between the trenches is he gives his soil heavy application of fertilizers -

results experienced thus far, as to maintaining a water level, trencheswere simply astonishing. Strawberry vines and cultivates with a thoroughL

amaze every person coming to my dug, probably five feet deep or grew (without a dead leaf in spring) ness which would astonish the average

place, and the number who have been below reach of frost, and of sufficient all winter, and the fruit gathered from farmer. With the same heavy fertilization -:
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here to see during the last two years width to allow easy excavation, say these vines has never been excelled. thorough culture, and the con

would run up into the thousands.- I two and a half or three feet. The bottom Champion of England peas,with many trol of the supply of moisture by any _

have asked my publishers to send youa of these trenches on Mr. Cole's pods seven inches in length, were in practical system of irrigation, our .

copy of my book entitled, "The New land was, of course, in the hard-pan. perfect condition as green peas on the truckers and fruit-growers would unquestionably -. :',...
Agriculture,"or the"Waters Led Cap- After the trench was dug the largest 9th of October last; raspberries and get results as wonderful. .

tive." In the midst of a drought with stones encountered in 'igging were blackberries of immense growth and as has been obtained at Wellsville,and

out parallel since the settlement of our. thrown back in the bottom of the ex- equally immense production grow with- far exceeding the latter in money x

far-famed Genesee Valley, I have this cavation upon these the smaller ones, out regard to drouth or surplus of rain; value. ,.

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rIoIIle Interests struct them that it" it is not convenientto finger, and says, "Laziness, Madam employed at home in taking care of .

plaster them, may be done at Pure laziness is what is the matter the silk-worms. Besides the mere feeding -

BY MRS. E. A. HILL. some future time. Although we can with Florida. You can't have a crop of them, the floors had to be wipedto

Our Object. make a barn or shed do to live in fora without you plant the seed." prevent dust collecting, and the

Some of the friends of this depart- while here, yet we do not want sucha What do the Florida boys say to trays thoroughly cleaned, the last

place for a permanent home. We that? Yours truly, being a hard, and certainly not agree-
ment have asked us to publish certain
articles of general information, and prefer high hall; large rooms, broad ALICE LUPTON. able, work, especially during the last
verandahs, and, plenty of them, and .4 stage of their existence, when they had
acknowledged literary merit. In replywe An Experience With SilkWorms.Editor .
when we have these we can count on HOME INTERESTS to be cleaned every da p.r .
sathe world is full of learning! :
being comfortable Florida the whole As silk culture has been
receiving ITO[r BE CONTINUED.]
and of books there is no end, but the _
round. The verandahs should much attention in this .
year lately country, -* -
object of Home Interests is to give
have lattice work and some of the evergreen and is especially recommended as being Recipes.1VIIITEWASHIf .
commonsenseiews of life in Florida,
vines of Florida of which we and
for
"light
as it is, and also what it may become; easy employment women you want it to
such help and encouragement to have an abundance, running over them. and children," it may be interesting to stick well disolve alum and put in it.
This makes a nice shade and gives the readers of the FLORIDA DISPATCH to
the settlers family, with actual experience MRS. HARVEY'S POMEGRANITE
place a and remindsone hear the from
cosy appearance something on subject
is more desirable than long JELLy-Extract the seed and boil
of "Home, sweet Home." two of those who have had the
pages, or homilies on life in general, expe- rapidly for five minutes in a little wa-
Beautify door yards and make rience of silk-worms.
your raising
or than essays looked at from a lite- ter, let it cool and squeeze through a
everything around as as heard and read
pretty
you Having glowing accounts -
stand boil this extracted
rary point. jelly bag, juice ten
possible, this is reasonable duty to of the with which the silk-
your ease
We shall be glad to hear from the or fifteen minutes, then add poundfor
make home attractive both outside and is
caterpillar raised, and the profits
readers of this department at any pound of granulated sugar and
in. Do not let the children think attending, we determined, last spring,
time; send in your letters of advice or boil again until it jellies, which will
their home a dreary one, it ought to be to eiiibark in this "light and pleasant t
queries, all shall have a hearing. be about fifteen minutes.
the centre of attraction to them and work in sunny Florida."
GRAPE SYRUP COMMUNION-
Canning Fruit. you can make it such if you will, what The Agricultural Department at FOR

We wish to call particular attentionto you lack in one thing make up in some- Washington generously furnishes silk- Eight pints of grape juice, seven

the letter of D W. Heath, regard- thing else, no rule can be laid down worm eggs, without charge, to any one pounds of granulated sugar, boil the

ing fruit, in another column. for every one, but if this want is in the having osage orange, or mulberry trees grapes until the juice is easily ex-

There are some who think it an impossibility heart, the brain will find some way of of any variety, excepting the Paper pressed, then strain, add the sugar,
and boil, skim, and bottle. When
to keep fruit good for any meeting it, no true hearted person but Mulberry, on which the silk-worm will
needed for add half three-
length of time in this climate. The has its love of home within, and be- not subsist. We had about two dozen use, or
r of boiling water and strain.
quarters!
writer can assure such persons that cause our earthly one is not lasting is trees-Morus Nigra or Black Mul

this can be done as easily here as else- the very reason why we seek a heav- berry-which we scarcely hoped would POTATO SOUP..-Pare and wash six

where. We have canned fruit, also enly one that is eternal. sufficient for the number of wormswe medium-sized potatoes, put them on to

samples of jelly put up over three S. L. REED. intended raising, but knew that if boil in a clean kettle or stewpan with
three of let them boil
pints water; one
years ago in good preservation. With Correspondence.Editor they did not suffice we could supply
the exception of tomatoes, we have HOME INTERESTS: ourselves with leaves within a radius hour, then remove the potatoes and

.. not failed in any attempt at puttingup Can some of your lady readers fur- of four miles from our home. run them through a colander, and replace -
them in the kettle. Now add
fruit in glass that would keep. nish me with nice home-made pre The eggs (If the Yellow French va-

One thing requisite,however; alwayssee served, canned or dried fruit? If so, riety arrived, and in time hatched ; butter, salt, and other seasoning pre-

that your rubbers are new ; in fact, let them address me.through the mail, then began the work of feeding. At ferred, with one pint of sweet milk.

they should never be used .a second stating the kind of fruit, size of pack- first it was mere play to pick a few Let all boil together ten minutes, and

time. age, price, etc. Yours, handfuls of: leaves, tender and green, serve hot. Some prefer to boil a slice

It is a hard matter to keep dried D. W. HEATH. and feed them to the little worms, of ham with the potatoes at first as a

Ocoee,Orange Co.,Sept. 6, 1886. seasoning, but either way it is good.
fruit through the summer here, on account which were so tiny that they occupiedbut

of the humidity of the atmosphere Editor HOME INTERESTS: small space, and took but little of SPLIT PEA Soup-Is capable of va- .

; this can be done by thorough I am a young girl nearly fifteen our time and attention. Soon, how- rious degrees of excellence. Put half

heating in the oven, and when cool years old. I read the Home Depart. ever,the worms were no 1 nger "little," a pint of split peas in a saucepan with
I
put the fruit up in bottles or jars, with ment, and am specially interested in and it was no longer play to feed them. one onion, half a carrot, a five-cent

the covers closely tied or sealed. the letters that tell anything about We two had! our hands full, and took soup bone, and a few dice turnip, and

*.* cooking. I can make very nice bread, another member of the family into salt. Cover with two quarts of cold

Home. and common cake, but I want to learn partnership.The water and boil gently for three hours ;
"And say without our hopes, without our mash colander
fears, how to make a great many more leaves on our trees were soon through a ; return to

Without the home,that plighted love endears, things. 'I would like to have Mrs. exhausted, and we were obliged fcj go the fire with half a pound of bologna

Without the smile from partial beauty won; Reed tell us whether she bakes or twice daily into the country round to sausage sliced, and two tablespoonfulsof
Oh! what
were man? A world without a
sun." Byron... boils her Indian pudding, how long procure food to satisfy the ravenous chopped vegetables. Boil gentlyfor

We have all heard that "home is she cooks it, and what she eats on it. appetites of the silk-worms. We soon an hour. Season to taste with salt

not merely four square walls," ete. ; I will give you a good recipe for potato found that three people could not and pepper, and serve a small piece of

nevertheless we want the four square soup that our minister told us alone carry on the work, for these sausage with each plate of soup.

walls and we want them plastered if about. daily excursions Consumed nearly the CURRIED RICE.-Wash a teaspoonful -

possible, and otherwise beautified as We are going to try the recipe for whole time of at least two, oftener of rice, and boil in salted water

our means will allow ; we are often washing given in the DISPATCH, and three persons. Each morning and afternoon rapidly until the grains burst. Do not

asked the question, "Is plastering nec- we think in that way we can save we started out with a horse stir with a spoon while cooking, but

essary in Florida?" and invariablyanswer money enough to buy the feed for a and wagon and several large basketsfor shake frequently to prevent sticking. '

"No, not necessary, but desira- cow; we think that would be very mulberry trees (the nearest a mile Drain in a sieve ; put it in a hot dish, !

ble." A plastered house i is cooler in good economy. and a half distant), from which the and pour over it a third of a cup of

summer, because the hot sun cannot My father is a funny old gentleman. owners had kindly consented to let us melted butter, in which a teaspoonfulof

penetrate the walls, and far better to Whenever he hears the ladies talking pick leaves. curry powder has been mixed. The

keep out the cold of winter. We would about the scarcity of vegetables, he While part of the family were awayon i next time you boil rice try flavoringit

advise all who build houses to so con- straightens. himself up, shakes his fore these excursions. others were busily with a little.I vanilla.

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JJlorida itipntch. jects, and the association acted wiselyin considered from the standpoint of the solutely nothing of it save the mere
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA., SEPT. 27 1888. ascertain what help was to be had What can the producer afford to pay? regarded it with suspicion. Here wasa
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. from our railroads and the Fruit Ex- What service do these industries re- body of fruit and truck-raisers,
change. We think the railroad mana- quire ? should be the question rather coming as delegates from minor organ-
Producers Protective Association.Our
gers will redress these grievances if than : Will this be immediately re- izations throughout the State, assem-
Fruit and Vegetable-Growers they are thus brought before them ; munerative to the railroads. Such a bled to consider the very problem the
have for several years been laboring and WE ARE CERTAIN that after care- course would serve the highest inter- Exchange was designed to solve, yet
under many difficulties and disadvan fully examining the purpose of organi-- ests of the Roads, as their future profits the latter institution had no repre-
tages. Severe .winters and variable zation and operation of the Fruit Ex- depend upon the development of sentative present to explain its pur-
seasons have been added to the discouragements change, the Association will give this these industries. But there is a higher pose or advocate its claims. An opportunity -
incident to new workin institution its hearty support as the reason for such action, which should lost to secure the support of
a new country. But more serious best possible means of distributingand overtop every other consideration, viz : many influential growers and to createa
than any drawbacks of this character marketing our produce to the The conditions under whictfthis.. trust favorable impression in the various
have been the losses arising from want best advantage. was accepted by the Railroad companies sections of the State represented.
ot system in distributing the crop, .. ... and enormous appropriations obtained Gentlemen, this apathy will never
bad transportation service and high To Railroad Managers.It jor the construction and maintenance oj bring success!

freight rates, and the dishonesty of being impracticable for the gov- these roads,forbid the consideration of Through the earnest efforts of scarce
commission men. Among orange ernment of this State to build and op- aught but the interests of the people.We half a dozen friends of the Exchange,
growers these troubles reached their erate railroads, in order to secure their do not believe the men who including the writer, the associationwas
worst point in the season of '84-85 the construction and the development of represent .our railroad companies will induced to defer action, lookingto
crop being marketed at a loss of fifty the country.incident thereto, the State sacrifice the interests of the people and the better marketing of their pro-
per cent as compared with the previous has granted a large portion of the pub- State, and most of all of the railroads duce until a committee could obtain
season. With our vegetable men lic domain, and certain vested rightsto themselves, by treating this as a mat- information in regard to the Exchangeand
it culminated last spring,the large and private corporations in consideration ter of small importance. The peopleare confer with its officers regarding
fine crop shipped bringing the growers of their constructing certain rail- fully roused and to refuse what is co-operation in marketing. The Ex-
in debt-Forty per cent. of the roads and operating them in the inter- justly and fairly due them can lead tobut change has another chance through
truck arriving in New York being est of the Commonwealth of Florida. one result-the people will take this committee to obtain the supportof
dumped into the North river, having The public lands thus granted more the management of the roads into their these people. This cannot be done
perished on the way owing to imperfect than equaled in value the cost of build- own hands. In the event of such refusal by simply telling them they can pat-
transportation. This has been the ing and equipping said roads, includ- it is quite possible that such step ronize it if they wish. The committee
last straw and has awakened our peo- ing all possible current losses from be taken when the Legislature meets will ask pointed questions which
ple to the necessity of united action, their unprofitable operation by reason this winter, at furtherest it is sure to must be satisfactorily answered. They
individual or local effort proving inadequate of deficient receipts for a long period ; come at the next biennial session. will want to know whether the sharescan
to remedy such evils. This and the vested rights secure to themin t be reduced in face value and
led to the formation of local societies, The Fruit Exchange.
the future enormous revenues froman placed in the hands of all growers
the holding of meetings and conven- investment which has cost the rail- Our fruit-growers and truckers are who may wish stock ; they may ask ifa
tions, the outcome of which was the road companies nothing. The Constitution organizing throughout the State. In better system of handling vegeta-
formation of the Florida Fruit and associations and in the State
of our Government preventing the county bles may be relied upon next season,
Vegetable-Growers' Protective Association States undertaking this work,the above Convention, they have passed resolu- and will certainly wish some assurance
at Ocala last week, of which we liberal offer was made, the people approving tions calling for the establishing of an that a vigorous effort is to be made to
give an account elsewhere.The in order to develop the State agency to handle'and distribute the give the people information and se-
objects of the association are to and foster its industries. products of our gardens and groves. cure their support.A .
secure better transportation, distribu- Fruit and Truck Farming are Not in a single locality has allusion t
tion and marketing of our products ; among our leading industries, cer been made to the Fruit Exchange. Word of Caution.
to protect growers from injustice, fraud tainly the most important, dependent Our gardeners and fruit-growers not Oranges have already commenced to
and extortion, by prosecuting dishonest I only fail to give this institution their
entirely upon efficient transportation.Upon go forward, and in a few days there
t commission men, by collecting the success of these industriesmore support, but they seem entirely oblivious will be a heavy consignment of fruit.
claims against railroads for over than anything else depends the of its very existence, and are now This fruit is not ripe, the orange does
charge or loss en route, etc. to securea clamoring for the establishment of a
; future prosperity of Florida. The inefficient not develop sweetness nor flavor after
State experimental station, a management and high tariffof co-operative producers' agency to accomplish being picked from the tree, and send
State chemist to analyze fertilizers, our railroad have prostrated the precisely what the Fruit Ex- ing forward these sour, green orangesis
etc. The executive power to accomplish latter interest and seriously embar- change was organized to do. Are the very likely to result, as has been the
these ends is vested in a committee rassed the former. Protests have been stockholders and directors of the Ex- last two seasons, in glutting the mar-
consisting of the President, Secre- made, individuals have sought redress, change blind to these facts? Do they ket with inferior fruit, demoralizing
and Treasurer and the President I! not see that unless the interest and cooperation -
tary societies of producers have petitioned, I prices, and disgusting customers with
of each county society. The idea is and all with no effect. The Fruit and I of the producers are speedily I Florida oranges. It is to be feared that
to make the association a strictly mu- secured, the Florida Fruit Exchangewill
Truck Growers fully awakened to the growers in the northern and central
tual protective union, leaving each necessity of self-protection, realizing be a thing of the past, or*will orange-growing counties;short of funds
member free to ship and sell as he the matter to be vital with them, met lapse into a purely private institution? by reason of the loss of last season's crop,
pleases, but to see that such memberis in State Convention last week and appointed LATER. and unwilling to take the risk of
protected.The a committee to set these facts The above was written before the another freeze, will rush off their fruit
efforts of the association and before the managers of TransportationLines Ocala Convention. Of the hun- early, even at a sacrifice. If the bulk
its Executive Committee will be di- and ask lower rates of freight, dred and twenty-five representativefruit of the crop is sent forward between this
rected for some time to come toward and a guaranteed time service. Our rail- and vegetable-growers present time and the holidays, regardless of
securing the better transportation, distribution road managers, who are almost with. from nine different counties, there the .condition of the market, as now
and marketing of our pro- out exception men of large ability and were not a dozen favorable to the seems probable, it will be a very con-
ducts. The first session after organization practical good sense will, we trust,give Exchange. A large majority were siderable loss to the growers, a-calamity
was effeced! was largely givento this matter the attention it deserves. entirely ignorant as to its purpose, to the State, and a serious damperupon
the consideration of these sub- We would suggest that it should be organization and operation, knew ahe the orange industry.

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Tanneries. 9Iublislttr#s Jepartmtlft INDUCEMENTS TO NEWSDEALERS.Liberal The popular Hotel with tourists who

Palmetto roots are said to containa visit Savannah, Ga., is the Harnett
of tannin than RATES OF ADVERTISING.On Clubbing Offer. House which shows a larger list of
larger per cent any The Weekly New York World, the Flor
application. arrivals than other Hotelin
other material obtainable in this coun- ida Dispatch, and an elegant copy of the daily any
Subscription$2.00 per annum,in advance. World's History of the United States-all that pleasant city.-Chicago Na-
try, and equal, perhaps, to the best In clubs of six or more,$1.50 each. for 82.50. This caps any offer made by tional Hotel Reporter.
found elsewhere. Hides in the .
are exportedfrom any newspaper country. -4
To Subscribers.
Address C. W. DACOSTA, Cassava Seed.
Florida in large quantities, and See printed slip on your paper(or wrapper) .
Note date of the of Jacksonville, Fla,
expiration your subscription Persons wanting Cassava Seed writeto
are to be had here at a very low price, and If In arrears please remit. THE WORLD,
Postmaster Waveland Fla.
Park Row, New York ,
City.
while we pay'two prices for the leatherwe Social: to New Subscribers.New . .
use, which is brought here from the subscribers to the DISPATCH, will receive -. Plant none but the Nunan Straw-
application a colored map of Florida Florida Oranges Free.
free. Scale eighteen miles to the Inch. berry.
North, whither we send our hides. ,
. To every one in the Northern or 5,000 plants for $10.
don't SPECIAL CLUB RA1ES.
Why some shrewd enterprising ,
Western States
We club THE DISPATCH with any paperor sending us five yearly 10,000 plants for $15.
man or company establish a tanneryin periodical published In the United Statesor cash subscribers to the DISPATCH- For sale by BEN. PARTRIDGE,
Great Britain. Prices
Florida, where the requisites for its Remittances should be on application.sent by Check, terms $2 per year-we will send a Monticello, Fla.

success are so abundant and cheap ? Money Order, Postal Note or Registered Letter box of fine Florida oranges, regulationsized >-*-<
,addressed to !i boxes, averaging from 178 to For Sale.
4 C. W. DaCOSTA Publisher Mobile Noonan Straw-
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or Improved
The Orange Crop. 250 oranges, when they are ripe, as a
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Plants for sale. Price
berry $3.00
premium. The box will be deliveredfree
Reports from all parts of the State LOUIS W. BUCKLEY, per 1,000. Larger quantities on ap-
of charge at the office in
show that the freeze did not do half General Advertising Solicitor. express plication. Delivered at the wharf or
Jacksonville, Fla., and the receipt for
the damage attributed to it, and Large Edition.At it forwarded to the party sending the railroad station. I have raised straw-

clearly indicate that we shall, have a the request of the Florida Fruit subscription. Address berries for the past six years,and tried

good crop of fine fruit. Prices will and Vegetable-Growers Protective CHAS. W. DACOSTA, more than twenty varieties, and find
this the best. D. B. MILLS
Association print ,
we an unusually Publisher.
be good, and the crop will net the Welaka, Fla.
large edition of this issue for their use.
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growers and the State a handsome sum, Copies can be had on application to Improved Wilson's Albany
What the Advertisers in the Dispatch
if shippers do not foolishly glut the mar- the Secretary. Say. Strawberry Plants, for sale by

ket at the opening of the season. Don't .... JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,Sept.14, '86. JOHN H. JACKS,

ship your fruit until it is ripe, until it New Advertisements.Seven C. W. DACOSTA, ESQ., Dear Sir-In Mandarin, Fla.. .

is palatable at the grove ; then watch new ones this week, and our answer to our advertisement of Straw- Calcined- -Iluinns.

the market closely and Solicitor still to hear from. Up to date berry plants, we have received orders The following statement by Hon.J. .
stop shippingas of going to press he is still out on the and letters of inquiry from nearly T. Wofford, is important and to the
soon as prices begin to fall. Or, warpath. The following is the list for every county in the State, and as far point. Mr. Wofford is one of the

better still, ship through the Fruit this week : North as Maryland. We consider garden kings of the State :

Exchange, they will give you the ad- South Florida Railroad Company, your paper a very valuable one, not FORT MASON, FLA., June 26, '86.

vantage of the best market and the Sanford, Florida, Lands.H. only as an advertising medium, but i I have watched with great interest

highest price attainable. A. L'Engle et al., Notice of In- also for general information on agri-- the process of the manufacture of Cal-

corporation.South cultural and other subjects. cined Humus at Dr. Hick's works. I
South Florida Orange Crop. Florida Foundry and Machine Very Respectfully, believe he has solved the problem of
Company, of Orlando.G. J. W. VOSE,
Mr. R. fertilizing for our State. I have the
Kimball, of Bartow, ad- S. Palmer, of New York, Com- WM. H. KINGSBURY. fullest faith in C.H., for these reasons:
vises the growers of that section to Merchant. .
1st. The material of which it is
hold their fruit until late in season George Rixford, Rixford, Fla., Pe- SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. composed (Humus), is of the purest
when the fruit of the more northern can Trees, and Pekin and Rouen and best.

counties will have been marketed. He Ducks for sale. Gentlemen or Ladies who contem- 2nd. In the process of manufacturethe
Frank Erbland, Waldo, Fla., offers matter is not
the plate canvassing or all of vegetable destroyed,
says oranges of the southwestern :Sour Orange Trees. ; any part
their time during the but sweetened and purified-only a
present season,
portion of the belt are not con- Union Supply Company of Phila-
orange will find it greatly, to their interest to portion is reduced to its elements.3rd. .
sidered by the trade to be as fine as delphia, make special. offers. make the acquaintance of B. F. John- Abundant potash is obtained

those grown in the St. Johns and East A Pointer for>- -Advertisers.4 son & Co., subscription book publishers from the calcined part and from the

Coast region. They are not as tender of Richmond, Va. They have the great quantity of Saw-Grass roots
Publisher FLORDA DIISPATCH:
attractive and fast booksat which are reduced to ash and mixed
most selling
and sweet and have skin
a tougher I cheerfully endorse '
your paper
the lowest with the already prepared Muck.
and less inviting appearance. On the giving as my reasons for doing so, the prices.. I am now using it with the utmost

other hand they will hang longer on fact that I advertised in it for one Fertilize 4 confidence. J. T. WOFFORD.Fine .
year, and during that time I receivedmore 4
the trees better
being and
keepers, With Cotton Seed at $12
replies from my advertisementin Upland per Orange GroTe for Sale.
increase in sweetness and flavor as the the DISPATCH than from the advertisement ton. For prices on car-load lots, ad- This grove is on the east bank of

season advances, on which account in any other publication. An dress MAYS & PARTRIDGE, the St. Johns river; large river front,

they should be held until the heavy i accurate record of replies and sources, Monticello, Fla.W. 35 miles south of Jacksonville, and

shipments, probable gluts, and low as well as causes, was kept, and, there- 4 contains! thirty-five acres_of(originally)

prices, incident to the early shippingseason fore, this statement, voluntarily made, P. Sumner, rich hammock land. Contains 2,000
is authoritative, as far as I am con- Wholesale dealer in New York State bearing orange trees, besides all other

are past. The bulk of the cerned. BUTTER AND CHEESE, pure Maple fruits grown in Florida ; grapes, figs,

fruit will be marketed by the middle i Wishing you deserved success, I am Syrup, Lard and Produce, Togni's Peen-to peaches, Japan plums-fifty

of January, and oranges then become truly yours, Block, Newnan street, three doors trees, bananas, guavas, etc. Dwelling

scarce and prices rule high. This is WILLIAM CANNON, ftom Bay, Jacksonville, Fla. house of four rooms, good water, fine

good advice, and it would be well if Agent for all the Disston Companiesand garden, stable and a good pasture for .
South Florida Railroad. Correct. stock. If sold within two months can
all the growers throughout the State Kissimmee,Fla., September 23, 1886. Mr. Editor: be bought for one-half its value.M. .

would hold their fruit when prices fall, Accompaning the above, Mr. Can- C. H. G. is correct, and no doubt G. JOHNSON, Jacksonville, Fla.

and -hip only when the market is non sends us a contract for a new ad- many will agree with him in all he ..-

healthy and oranges commandinga vertisement, to begin as soon as his says in your issue of 23d inst. Those Rocky Branch Nursery, Monticello, Fla.

good price. If this course shouldbe new cuts are finished. who haven't the muck beds will find Parties intending to purchase Le-
> 4 what they need in buying Hicks' Conte Pear trees will do well to place
followed the would receivea
growers Pushing Their Fertilizer. "Calcined Humus," at $16 per ton, orders with me before the season to

fair remuneration for the entire Frank Morgan, representing Geo.E. delivered at their nearest railroad plant opens. I have a choice stock of

Wilson, Jacksonville, Fla State depot or steamboat landing. AddressC. one, two and three-year-old trees, and
crop.Mr.. Harris 4 agent of the justly celebrated Bradley H. Redding, General Agent, Lane will not be undersold. Correspondence -
Orlando
near has a Fertilizer, was in Ocala on the 21st Park, Fla., for circular, telling what with nurserymen solicited.

four-acre field of rice, the stalks of instant, in attendance upon the Fruit- "Calcined Humus" is, and what good B. PARTRIDGE,

which will average five feet in height. Growers Convention. for. Proprietor.
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The Arcadia Florida.Nursery. Monticello 571,320: ACRES SDGWIC! STEEL WIRE FENCE

For one, two or three year old Le

Conte Pear trees. Also a full list of

other Pears and Apples grafted on Le J"

Conte roots. Address, Arcadia Nur South Florida Lands, )

seryJ. H Girardeau,Proprietor, Mon- t I yn

ticello, Fla. i I
.. 1-. situated In the counties of Orange, Brevard.
Volusla, umter, Polk Hernando, Hlllsbor-
For Sale Cheap. ough acd :Manatee: and

Thirty thousand young sweet orange

and lemon seedlings. Y 1
849 TOWN LOTSin
DEPOINEY,

Box 18, Manatee, Fla. .--
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Gordonville, Bartow, Auburndale, Lakeland, ..
Seflner, Mango and Orient. A map and descriptive ----- -
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Is the best general purpose. wire fence in nse. It Is a strong net-work without barbs. Pom
of these lands will be furnished
on application injure stock. It will* :.ti doss, pigs, sheep and poultry as well as borses and cattle. The best fence
......... ;: to the Land Department of the for Farms. Gardens Stock Ranges and Railroads. Very neat pretty styles for Lawns, Parks School-
.. 'g. <: South Florida Railroad Company.S. lots and Cemeteries.! Covered with run-proof. paint, or made of galvanized wire,as preferred. It will
w w""w a last a life-time. It is better than boards or barbed wire in every respect. Give it a fair trial; it will
J0 d : a-; 00 wear Itself into favor. The Seds\vicU! Gates made of wmusbt-iron pipe and steel wire defy all
CD 911118 9 UJaAV o-.oo; ;-.. O. CHASE, competition in lightness, neatness. -ngthand durability. \Ve make the best cheapest and easiestworking
CO ri ..., nil-iron automatic or self-o{pening gate, and the neatest cheap iron fences now made.
CO_ z> Gen'l Land Agt.8. F. R. R. Co., Tho best Wire Stretcher,. Outline Plicr and Post Augertt. For prices and particulars askSEDGWICK
00n::, Hardware Dealers, or address, mentioning paper.
S 'a1IplgInQ ct e-fOO-OIQ:> Sanford, Fla.
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tn Jrc.uOnaGJIG for the purpose of buying, improving and
W www CjO-n1 issiOn. 1VLerch.an. "t
0 I wwz.zzz cSO selling real estate contiguous to and adJoin- : yYI : ..
:a ,00 2V ing the city of Jacksonville; and for building 160 Reade Street, | FOR THE SALE | NEW YORK.Florida .
C tl and operating such turnpike or street rail- Fruits and Produce, also Hides"" Furs, Honey, F.tc.specialty. Orange a
w wa _.OQ ways as may be necessary to develop any .
sqipajpunqPUB uch real estate; agreeing to take the several .
.:d Jo4 saqoajQ tIt ro: a8 1 I.I.. 1 I. > w:= shares of stock therein, which we set opposite References-Banking houses and principal shippers throughout the State. Sand for Stencils -
(1) UUJtIIUJ Lila .! f:: our names. and Market quotations. Trl-weekly quotations by telegraph to Times-Union during

:(1)>. ; as cP MI The amount of the capital stock authorized shipping season.
... w ell CD::! shall be Twenty-five Thousand Dollars.
U2::! 'Juga I o-o oooooo.. 2p > The business of the corporation shall be
UUGJ\I hooftti'tt 'tS conducted by five Directors, one of whom
-. ,.. a si: cP shall be elected President. The Directors
.. COOlt-'C'I' _...01 shall be elected when the corporation is organized
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So. .a mnwtull.T 1- t. ij 112'tJ: and on the first Tuesday after the .
o a::! cP : cP h first Monday in January anuually.
0.cc. The highest amount of Indebtedness to
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(11'8a' tIUGI\I ggggggg O> l:: W.N. BAKER,
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. a a Jacksonville, Fla.
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(1) ,4 -0)-111_) ,as, >. 00 .0 1 GIVEN AWAY 14 funny Love and
S f4 a: ...>.>.112 o! iii i Marriage scenes, 1 >
= ..ae Fortune Teller, 2"Kurlus" Love letters, 12 t.
3ags'Z =, ;;::17as S Interesting Games 2 Beau Catchers, I Magic r ,
t .Q w O A ge Tablet,the Language! of Flowers and over
&'T'rt-"S'--' 200 samples of New Goods that will fill vour
pockets with Gold. ALL, SENT VRKK for
only |1'. to help pay postage, etc. UNION
DR. JOHN BULL'SSmith's SUPPLY.. AGENCY, Box 322, Philad'a. Pa.
&f This* the Biggest Oft'erevrr made by
tt Reliable Finn and all ourrratlrm tthoiild
t"letttlt'.lI..uY60/lt AT OX(11:,--J-I. id'(

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from choice Texas Nuts. A fine lot of thrifty : C
FEVER and AGUE trees Price from 1

10 to 15 Cents Each :
D I). ROGEJW. C. H. hOHuS.D. .
Or CHILLS and FEVER Also; Three Trios Pekin and Two Trios Rouen
Ducks, $6 per trio. B. ROGERS & CO.
GEO. C. RIXFOKD.Rlxford ,
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.The Fla. DEALERS IN

proprietor of this celebrated medicine Ducks P. S.-Would for Plymouth exchange Rock fowls.a trio of Pectin :: I.[ Er .A.I.J.: FL.00F'IITTG: ,
justly claims for it a superiority over all remedies .
ever offered to the public for the SAFE, Corrugated Iron, Fire Proof Iron Shutters, &0., letalic. uildlngHupplleH.
CERTAIN, SPEEDY and :PERMANENT cure FOR SALE. State Agents for t:. Van Noonien A Co's111ETALIC

of Ague and Fe ver.or Chills and Fever,whether S II: I N G L E S.

of short or long standing. He refers to the IOOOO SOUIt OKAXGE TKKKS, I'OU 74 WVgt Bay street, JACKPONVIM.C:, Jo'LA. .
entire Western an.i; Southern country to bear BUD I)1\G,

him testimony to the truth of the assertion From } to 14 inches In diameter; price from
that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if O A L' OINED I HUMUS!
; 100
$5; to $15 per
the directions strictly followedand carried
out. In a great many cases a single dose has according to size and quantity taken. '<(t>>
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been sufficient for a cure,and whole families Address FRANK KKBL.AND: Manager, THIS UNEQUALLED '
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have been cured bya single bottle,with a per Waldo Fla. -

fect restoration of the general health. It is, FERTILIZER FOR ORANGE TREES ". ':.**:

however,prudent,and in every case more certain Sherwood Female Seminary *i
to cure,if its use is continued in smaller Is delivered at your nearest Station, ; :'.
doses for a week or two after the disease has I STAUNTON VA. ft4
been checkedmore especially in difficult and r iiJ ''A!captivates fint-cUss by Female beauty School.and elegance Location of. .A."t $] c :Per To D.. -;:

long-standing cases. Usually this medicine it buildings and grounds Every advantage -
will not require any aid to keep the bowels in for thorough ednct ion in all dp&rtmexntB -
,. Send for
eto
good order. Should the patient,however,require *) -! J-!* Cat .
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cathartic medicine,after Addrt'hti'v.. W. HICKS,
three or four doses of the Tonic,a singe dose Staunton Male Academy.

of KENTS VEGETABLE FAMILY :PILLS I. :Just equipped school in the Sooth. I ___ __ ,__ Fort Mason, Fla.THREE .
will be sufficient. Use no other. experienceo: teachers. Fall
abets of minerals. Philosophical h
nd Chemical apparatus. Location DYSPEPSIA, .
DR. JOHN BULL'SSMITH'S imnrpassM for beauty and health; SICK HEADACHE, ILLS
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.r n<""* Catalogae on application.
TONIC SYRUP, '-V..l II ABLE A. M.. rrieripal. CONSTIPATION.
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BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, A P mPdy for all Diseases of the ZJTert.AClneyc. KId..
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER, for Sale. t lOrab I)rcar d VI !Wl .Stomach and. Bowel A positive] I
rare for I>j a pep ia, Melt Headache.
The Popular Remedies of the C:;. 800pounds; long Primer. the trp the Dis- II ** Constipation. tolwoUMpooDloli!
patch is printing from, i* ottered for r-sle'f Gf'nulOf" Crab Orcbard ufltii.TUsl'll'>d Packaes: at 10 and x cts. Xo p nulne salts sold h. bait

cheap. Address lc. CRAB. ORCHARD._. .. WATER,._._. CO... Prpp'rar.. 8Ulo.\.x.... .I0\J:8.:. _Mm,. -
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SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WEST'N NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. FIGS OF COMMERCE
Notice is hereby given that the undersignedhave
formed a Body Corporate under Chapter ,

lti ID, of the Laws of Florida, and the Acts Selected from the best orchards in the great fig regions of the Old World, comprising the

MMMMIUUIM. i er..r.Mp21iKM.ar. ..: amendatory thereof. very cream of table and drying flgs. Tre most profitable fruit in the world. Easily grown
MRAILWA The name of the Corporation is the Duval and prepared for market. No disease. No insects. The coming boom for Florida. Now Is
investment Company.The the time to start in a business that is bound to pay and fortunes can be made at It. We are
c principal place business is Jackson- headquarters our trees warranted from
; are unsurpassed, true to name, propagated bearing
ville, Duval County, Florida. trees,and prices are below comp tUion. Send at once for instructions for growing and theSmyrnamethod
WAY CROSS SHORT LINE. The general nature of the business to be of curing and packing, with description and price of the following varieties:

transacted by said Company, is the buying, White Trogm,JVhUe Adriatic, Nan Giovanni, San Feitro, Red Lardare, l\iradiso. English Wai"
All Trains of this Road are Run by Central ((90th) selling and mortgaging of lands in the several nuts,all best sorts. Filberts, Chestnuts, etc., fine trees at low rates LICHEES most deliciousof
Cities. Counties and Towns of the State
fruits from India should be by all. Immense of East Indian
,
Meridian Time, which Is 33 Minutes S'owt' r grown variety tropical fruits
than Jacksonville Time. of Florida. fruits, grafted Mangoes, Indian; Bananas, Bread Fruits, Mangosteen, Durian, Lichees,etc.
The amount of Capital Stock authorized in Special rates to the trade. Local agents wanted. -.d-::-
Twenty Thousand Dollars $30,000,) divided
(
MARTIN BENSON
TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2
1886. ,
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into ((2uOTwo) Hundred Shares, of One Hund- ''
Passenger Trains will leave and arrive dally, red Dollars each. Ten per cent. of which is Swanwlck, Perry Co., Illinois.
as follows: paid in at the time of the organization of this

NEW ORLEANS XXPRES Company. The remainder to be paid In as
called lor by the Board of Directors. .A..rqr: :>FUEIWPAINT :E3.A.: I..E]
Leave Jacksonville dally at..............., /:35 a m ,
The time of the commencement of the Corporation
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at.......... 7:3 a m -
Leave Callahan dally at....................... 8:18 a m is the 20th day of August, A. D., AND OIL STORE
1886. The time of termination the 20th day
Arrive at Waycross daily at...._.. ..10:15 a In of 1906. ,
Arrive Brunswick via B.& N.R.R... 1:50 p m ugust ,
The business of the is to be
Arrive at Thomasvllle daily at........ 1:37 p m Corporation DEALER IN
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at............ &35 p m conducted Vice-Presldent by Five ((5)) Directors Treasurer, a Preside and t, Railroad, Steamboat and Mill Supplies, Pure White Lead, Zinc and Colors, Glass, Putty,

Arrive at Chattahoochee dally at...... 4:04 p m General Counsel Secretary who to, be elected, Varnishes, Brushes, Plain and Decorative Wall Paper, Doors, Sashes, Blinds, etc.
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.RJu:10 p m are annu Mixed Paints, all Shades and Colors-write for estimate. Locks, Sash-
the of of each and
ally 20th
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R. R ....... 2:30: a m on day August Weights, Cord, Hinges, Screws, etc. Lime, Plaster. Hair and Cement.

Arrive at New Orleans via L.&N.R.R 7:20 a m every The year.highest amount of indebtedness to Cor. Whltaker, President and York Streets, - SAVANNAH, GA.
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville -
which the Company can at any time subject
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and New Orleans via Pensacola and
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itself, is Four Thousand Dollars, (1.000.)
Mobile.
FAST MAIL. C. C. ROBERTSON, BUY HEOKER'S SUPERLATIVE FLOUR.BUY
V. G. SHEARER, .
Leave Jacksonville dally at............... 2:00 p m J. F. HARRISON.
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.12.-00 m GEO. JOHNSON: ,

Leave Callahan daily a t_.................. 2:45 p m F. G. JOHNSON.
Leave Chattahoochee at...........?........11:30 a m VICTOR MUDGE, General Counsel. HECKER'S SELF-RAISING BUCKWHEAT.Always .
Leave Thomasvllle at........................ 1:40 p m
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Arrive at Waycross: daily at....._...... 4:40: p m : -
Arrive at Jesup dally at.....?...?...??... 6:15: p m Tested Heady! Always Reliable and Perfectly Hcalthhll.Dyspeptics .
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G... *>:35 p m Qibley's

_ Arrive at Savannah daily at....._...?. 7:58 p m seedS
Arrive at Charleston dally at............ 1:25' a m and persons who cannot eat Buckwheat Cakes made by the old process with
Arrive at Washington,D.C.,dally at 11:00 p m 131: yeast can use the Self-Raising Buckwheat without detriment.

Arrive Baltimore............._...........?.12:35 a m DIRECTIONS: To 3 pounds of
Arrive Philadelphia........................._ 3:45 a m
Arrive at New York dally at._....._ 6:50 a m To Market Gardeners and Truck Heclcer's: Self-Raising Buckwheat:
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville -
and New York. Farmers of Florida.Send a.;'d five pints Cold water or milk, or part each, and bake immediately. Keep the batter ina
EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. cool place if not wanted for immediate use. This will produce seventy light and delicious

Leave Jacksonville daily at....?......... 4:30: p m for our Catalogue and Price List of Gar- cakes, preferred by many to those made with yeast.
Arrive Jacksonville dally at............11:30 m den, Field and Flower Seeds.H. Sold by All Grocers.
Leave Callahan dally at.?..................? 5:14: p m
Arrive at Callahan.............................10:46 a m C. Denton, Esq., the well known planterand GEO. V. HECKER & CO.,

Leave Waycross.................................M 7:30 p m Revenue Collector of Alachua Co., sendsus 176 Bay Street,Savannah, Ga,
at Waycross .... the following unsolicited endorsement of
Arrive dally at. .. ... 8:25 a m
Leave Gainesville dally at........?..?.... 3:50 p m our stocks: "Your Early Dwarf Flat Dutch
Leave at Lake City-...........M.. ......?.? 3:45 p m Cabbage hAS given perfect: satisfaction, and
Leave Live Oak dally at..................... 7:10 p m you are well able" to control the seed marketin PIANOS I AND ORGANS.

Leave Thomasville daily at.............._Jl:15 p m this section.
Arrive at Albany dally at.....?......._ 1:30 a m Above catalogue, togrther with our com-I
plete list of Farm and Garden
Implements
Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 8:00
a m BIG BARGAINS.
Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R.......... 2:10 p m mailed free to all applicants. Address
I have purchased at a rare bargain the entire stock of Pianos and Organs of Peterson,
IIIRAIII SIBLEY
Arrive New Orleans via L. & N. R.R. 7:30 &
: p m CO.'y Gainesville and Palatka,and for next thirty days will make a grand clearing sale of these
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R.... 7:10 a m Rochester .
instruments and my present stock of Pianos and Organs. Rare bargains can be had as I go
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R..... 2:25
a m
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North at date to make for stock of Pianos and Or-
an early arrangements an entirely new
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:35
Arrive St.Loais.: ....?................?........... 7:40: a a m m gans. As I am not in the habit of advertising in the usual stereotyped "thirty day bu.rgain" -
r m. C style, parties will understand that I mean business and will offer genuine bargains
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville r+
while the sale lasts. A. If. CAMPBELL'S MUSIC HOUSE, JackNoiiville.
and St. Louis, via Thomasvllle, Albany, To all who are suffering from tho errors and ____ __ ___ ______ _u_ __ __
Montgomery and Nashville.
Indiscretions of youth nervous weakness, early

Leave Jacksonville.JACKSONVILLE...........EXPRESS................... 9:30 p m decay loss of manhood, kc.. I will send a recipe BARRS CLARK & TATE

Arrive Jacksonville........................._ 8:05 a m that will cure you,FREE OF CHARGE.This great ,
Leave Callahan.........?.........................10:20 p m
Arrive Waycross...........?....................12:35 a m remedy was discovered by a missionary in South WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Arrive Albany via B. St W. R. R......... 5:30 a m America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the

Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 9:40 a m ., REV.JOSEPH.. T. IXUAN Station D, New York City.QRIErFRUITS Booksellers Stationers & DealersNo.
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R...... 1:35 p m ., Paper
Arrive Jesup......................................... 2:15am ------- ---- --- --
Arrive Brunswick via E.T. V. &: G.... 6:00 a m
29 West Street Jacksonville Fla.HERIDAN'S .
Bay
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R R- 8:30 a m ,

Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V. & G.R.R.12.-05 m LeConte and Kieffer Pears on their
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R....._ 6:50 a m Q'own roots; Bartlett and other Pearson
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir LeConte roots; Prunus Simoni and f j
Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and _'Japanese Plums; Peen Tog Honey CONDITION
via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through 8" large and general assortment of Fruit
POWDER
Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and Trees. Catalogue with facts Free.
Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonvilleand Address W. F. HEIKES, Manager, is absolutely pure and '
Cincinnati via Jesup.8AVANNAII Lsc UuUTlUe Sinerlet. HlintSVllle,Ala. highly concentrated.

__ _____ 1 ounce is worth a lo.
EXPRESS. ------- uuu of any other kind. It Is strictly a medicine to be given with food. Nothing on earth will make hens lay like
Leave Jacksonville.............................. 9:30 p m it. It cures chicken cholera and all die naea of hens. Is worth its weight in gold. Illustrated book by
Arrive Jacksonville....._................... 8:05am SAM PLE 81.00f'orlJ'V ek. The mail free. Sold everywhere or scnt mail for 25 cents in stamps 21-4 lb. air-tight tin cane $li
POLICE GAZETTE will by mail Six by < id.for $5.00. D1l. L a JOHNSON & CO.. 2
$1.20.
Leave Callahan ........?.......................10:20 p ra be mailed securely wrapped to address in the cans express Boston. asa.
Arrive Callahan................................... 7:05 a m UnltedStatcs r> any for Three Months
Leave Gainesville at........................... 3:50 p m on receipt of ***/\S>IT DIE7C I L.C3 ono Dollar. Lib ESTABLISI-J EL> 1875.- &
Arrive Gainesville. ................?........... 9:35 a m eral discount allowed to Postmasters,Agents and
Leave Lake City................................_ 3:15 p mArrive Clubs.The POLICE GAZETTE
Lake City.............-......?......??10:00 a m of New York Is the CABLED oxir legitimate F
Leave Live Oak at.-............................ 7:10 p m Illustrated Sporting/ and Sensational BEAN
Arrive at Live Oak dally at............... 6:15 a ra Journal publashedontheAmerican .. ,
Arrive Thoma vIUe............._............. 7:50 a m continent. Apply for terms to FREE e
Arrive Albany.....................................11:50 a m Richard K. Fox Franklin Square. New York.
Commission Merchant and Forwarder
Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R... 7:23 p m ----- --
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R.... 7:10 a m ,
Arrive Louisville via L. &N. R. R.. 2:20 p m 600 ACRES. 13 GREENHOUSES..
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:35 p m Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.

Arrive St Louis via L. & N. It. R...... 8:00 p ra TREESANDPLANTSWe Railroad Fla.
Branch \Vaycross Depot Gainesville
PackiiigVIIoufte
Arrive Waycross................... ...........12:35 a m I ,
Arrive Brunswick via B.& W. R.R... 7:40 a m offer for the Fall trade a large and fine stock of Lemc
Arrive Jesup....._...................?........... 3:13 a m every description of FRUIT and Orimmcatnl rL :n. g e s, :is s ,
Arrive Savannah...........?......_........... 6:15 a m TREKS, :.Mirubs!, Roses! Vine*. J-OIALI, And other Fruits and Vegetables
Arrive Charleston..???._.............?.1255 p m FRUITS, Iledffn Plants, Fruit Tree"Seed- ,
Arrive Washington............................10:30 a m lill" ,and Forest! Tree Seedlings. Priced Cat&loa'U8.
Arrive New York................................ 5:30 p m JI'alll886.: mailed free on application. Address PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.
BLOOMINGTONPHENIX( ( >
and Pullman Tampa.Palaoe Cars between" Jacksonville EstablishedU&L: J1LOOJIIXUTON.NURSERY ILL. Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States..,

Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonvilleand ---- -- ----- c-reen.:: : Lemc :]a
Washington.
Through Tickets sold to all points by taU J.SS7 RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE SHAPE. *
and Steamship connections, and baggage
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_: checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths Chromo Calendars for 1887 are croIV: ers' t3-:1.pp11es.: : :
and sections secured at he Company's Office perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and
in Astor'B Building,82 Bay street,and at Pas- always handy to tell the day of week, monthor Have a full stock Growers' Supplies consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
senger Station and on board People's Line Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
Steamers H.Plant, and Chattahoochee and Too year.costly to give away, I will mall one to (Bangor) Thin Wood,Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps,etc., etc., all of
De Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson- anybody sending me a nickel to help pay ad- the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.

vllle. JAB. L. TAYLOR, should vertising send, postage soon! before, etc.gag You need gone.one and Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car

General Passenger Agent. HASLEY Send Circulars and Stencils.
_ ft. Q. FLEMING Superintendent. Seed Grower, Madison, Ark. for sep4-tf


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SIZE 1EET' NURSERIES, SEEDS, ETC. REAL ESTATE.
OTS $4.
40xi Strawberry Plants.Nunan's I ...

eview on Kingsley Lake > .

4 10: buys a -acre H |LO n K I I IDA Prolific.. .. . ..per 1000 $2.25 Royal Palm Nurseries
,
tract for Charleston Seedling,or Noisettes, 350
Ln ORANGE GROVE. In lots of 500 or over,less; than 500,per 100 .50 MANATEE, FLA. Bargains in Real Bstato.
Send 2 cent stamp for Maps.'ete., toTROPICAL
Special rates for lots of lu.OOO or over.
LAND CO.. In addition to a full line of general nursery
I IP. O. Box 158, Jacksonville, Fla. A few thousandPOTTED stock adapted to the climate of Florida, we
are constantly receiving seeds and plants
REFER TO Ex-Gov. Geo. F. Drew, PLANTSat from all over the tropical and subtropicalworld
I Jacksonville,and Rev. C. $2 hundred. many of which are introduced for the
r per
McLean,St. Augustine. first time into the United States.
nov9-ly Orders accompanied with cash promptly We can only mention a few of the rare
filled with strong healthy plants,well packed. plants and trees we catalogue for the fall of
W.M.LEDWTTH. F. C. SOLLEE. 1886:
Plants Now Ready.

LEDWITH & SOLLEE Address, Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose-
J. W. VOSE, Apples,Star-ApplesSuger-Apples,Cherimoyas, Hernando County Lands.
Sour-Sops, Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish
DEALEBd P. O. Box 116,Jacksonville, Fl Limes," Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries,

ESTATE Or, WM. H. KINGSBURY, Maumee Sapotas,Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap-
REAL: Taylor's European U ouseJacksonvlUe.Fla. ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizziasand I will sell for one-fourth cash a beautiful
Cassias in variety, Jatrophas, Fourcrayas, tract of Eighty acres sloping pine land near
Office,No.Herkimer Block, Yuccas,Agaves, Dasylinons, Plumerias, Palmsin Oriole, in Hernando County for 31,000. No
JACKSONVILLE,FLA. ( variety), Caesalpinias and Poincianas, many waste on the tract. No more beautiful location -
Shell Pond Nurseries.Plen kinds of Ipomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas, and rare for a magnificent Winter Home and
Headquarters for Haines! City Property.$700to$2600A greenhouse plants; Antigonons, Bamboos East Orange Grove.Adjoining .
Tau (or Peen.to), Honey Jackson Prolific Indian Pines and forest trees; Pandamus
Veitchii, Musa Ensete Cyphomandra betacea
YEAR, clear of (September),and My Favorite (October) ;
can be (the "Tomato tree" of Jamaica); the "Melon
made working for us. Agents expense preferred who Peaches, Pears, Figs,Japan Persimmons,Japan -. Shrub" and White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses the town site of Oriole and about
can furnish their own horses and give their Plums,etc. I and all sorts of shrubbery in variety.Red tWJ hundred yards from the railroad and

whole time to the business. Spare moments Send for Circular. Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready, postoffice,I offer 40 acres of land,all high and
may be profitably employed also. A few va- JAS. P. DEPASH. 82.00 per hundred, 815.00 per thousand. dry, for $1,000. Suitable for laying out In
cancies In towns and cities.; {ID. F.JOHNSON Archer, Fla. New catalogue ready in October. town lots.
&CO., 1013 Maln.Bt; ,, Richmond, Va. AddressREASONER
BROS.,
Trees Box 10, Manatee,Fla.
and Peach
Orange For sale or rent in Oriole-a two-story,four-
IMPROVED: room, painted house, next to the chief store
Shrubs, Roses, Seeds, Etc., and postottice built this year. Oriole has
school,church, bakery,restaurant,postofflce
Wholesale and Retail. railroad accommodations, two stores, sawmill -
A FRIEND IN Wllson! Stray PlantsFOR
NEED.Dr.
erg
,and other attractive. features for a per-
Sweet'sINFALLIBLE Catalogue free. manent home. About twenty-five houses
built there In past two years. Will sell for
LINIMENT.Prepared CIIAS. A. iricIlIIIDE, $400( ,or rent for$75 per annum.
SALE.
Successor to McBride&KIngsbury.
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
Sweet,of Connecticut, the natural Bone Setter -
Has: been used for more than 50 years, The Oriole Florida Improvement Company
and Is the best known remedy for Rheuma- Strawberry and Blackberry PlantsAND Price $2.50 per ;IOOO, have Just built,for sale or' rent, a two-story
tism,N Sprains Bruises,Cuts,Burns, house In the town of Oriole, five rooms
euralglaI external Injuries. double piazza front single piazza rear,hall
BY Delivered to the wharf.C. above and below. Will sell for $600,or rent
HOLD ALL DRUGOIS'.1'S-TltY IT. Grape Vines by Mail, Postpaid,
for$12i)per annum. Splendid location.
at lowest possible prices and safe arrival
PRIVATE guaranteed. Large Orders by express or F. WINTON,
SCHOOL, freight at expense of;ur'haser.
East Mandarin.
' For price list,address
Primary, Preparatory, and Academic Depart-
ments. W. C. STEELE,
Switzerland,St Johns Co., Fla. DEER ISLAND
Miss S. FLEMING A.
P. B. of
a graduate
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Cornell University, having had many years' a
experience in some of the best schools in the t
States of New York and Ohio,assisted by an PlantsBuist's GARDENS AND }NURSBRIES
250,000
able corps of teachers,offers to the public su- Cabbage Sumter County Lands.
for
perior advantages thorough education.

Boarding Department In charge of an accomplished OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA.
For further
lady. particulars inquire -
of Principal at 59 East Monroe Street.
Improved Early and Late Drum- Pot Grown Fruit Eighty acres of high and dry pine land,
Semi-Tropical within miles!' of Bushnell and St.Catherine

AZTEO CORN Best for field and and Early and Late Flat Dutch. and Ornamental Tree, Stations on F.R.& N.Co's line,and same distance -
table. Two to four from Dragem and Pemberton Junctions -
immense ears, of mammoth grains to the Plants and Vines. on F.S. It. H. Good orange and farm-

stalk. Double its yield. 50 cents per pound, No Loss in Ing land. Price 81'per acre.
mailed. Multiplying Onions,:'U cents. Stand- Transplanting.
ard, hardy Northern Potatoes and Corn $1
per bushel Burbanks, Roses,Elephants, He- Catalogue and Price List Free, on applIcation -

brons,Chills,etc. Pure "Wilson," "Neunans," "Charleston" to the Manager. AddressA. In the town of Webster, on F. S. R. R.,1ott'er
for sale 2 acres,close by station; 175 or-
THOIIPE
E. CHAMPLIN, ange trees just coming into bearing; house
A McDonough,Chenango Co., N. Y. "Federal Point"Strawberry 21x23& feet, one and a half stories high; beautiful .
nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. place. Price SJ.500;


CECIL H. PLUMMER, Plants. Nnrsorios of Lake Woir Go.

Lot of one acre Webster, 100 yards from
station; house, 15x2i' feet, two stories; a bargain -
VHTBRINARY SURGBON ,8250.! Fronts the station.
J 1 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our .

trees are thrifty, three and four
very
Student of;the Royal Veterinary College of year old stock,%to 1%! inch diameter, with
London, one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible Small store house in Webster; living rooms
to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for above; corner lots; right at station. Will sell
Will answer all communications through let- rent.
AddressE. or
Prices Very Reasonable.<< Catalogues.
ters and telegrams. B. FOSTER, Manager
dec21-ly South Lake Weir, Fla.FAIRVIEW .
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Office in OrlandoFla.,at :
,< !l NURSERIES
Reed<&:Foster's Stables. ,


Very low figures will be given on large lots.. O. R. THATCHER, HOMES IN FLORIDA!

Fancy K Poultry.W. Manager,

ARNOLD PUETZ,
San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida.The .
W. FENDBICK, Greenland, Fla.

Successor to Albert Fries
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.. Oriole Hernando
County.
Keeps 20 varieties of Pure-bred Fowls. and Lemons best varieties of the Orange and Lemon
Yards: Shell Road, near MoncrlerSprlng. Oranges and other Citrus Fruits.
Eggs for Hatching,t S2 per dozen.P. Send stamp for colored Map of Oriole and
O. Box 381. Jacksonville, MLa Choice varieties of the Fig, oi recent Intro- information how to get a home in Florida,
--. Consignments solicited. Liberal advances duction. close by Railroad in active operation. Splendid -
made.Vould be pleased to correspond with orange lands. Large number of new
A BrLS: parties desiring to ship here. TheCattley Guava, both the Red and Yel- groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly
ST. Summers ITIorrii oii A Co., low. coming in from all over the Union. Attractive -
plan of purchase;but little cash required.I
AGENT FOR 171 South Water St., Chicago. The Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto Bargains offered.
GEO. %"'. BAKE IDS Refer to Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago the soil and climate of Florida:
; J. V. Farwell&: Co.,Chicago.
ROTTED BONE MANURE The Japan Plum, varieties of the Mulberry, W. B. CLAilKSOK,
Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes,Pecans, etc.
Decomposed with Potash. To Introduce them
Price$25 per ton,free on board in Jacksonville ABIC I OFFER.,ve win GIVE Catalogu,' free on application. Office 72V. St. *
Bay stairs
Samples of 16 different grades of Fertilzer, AWAY 1,000 Self-Operating Washing Ma : up ,
put up by Mr. Baker,can be seen at the Ger- chines. If you want one send us your name REFERENCES:-Crosby&Gowen San Mateo;
man Drug Store 19 E. Bay St. Jacksonville. P. O. and express office at once. TUE NATIONAL Hon. u. W. Lyle, San Mateo; 'W. J. Webb, Jacksonville J ]) Fla.
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: : TARIFF ON VEGETABLES, IN EFFECT APRIL I 1886.


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Tariff to Western Cities from Jacksonville' \ Callahan, Gainesville and Live Oak,

Car Per I Per I Per Per
TO Per TO Per Car I TO Per Car' TO Per Car TO Per Car
BOL load Box. load Box. load 'I Boa load Boa Load
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Augusta, Ga...._......_. 30 iOO 00 Cedar Rapids Ia........... .... .. .Fort Scott, Kan...... .... 90 140 00 Logansport, Ind?......... ...... ......... Portsmouth, OhioN. ... _.._
Atlanta, Ga......_..N...... 35 7000 Champaign I'1............. .GalUont Ohio _........ ... ...NN.. Lincoln, Neb. ??.......? 9j 156 40 Peoria, Ill_............,,,,,, 65 11600
Atchison, Kan............. ...... ......... Dalton, Ga......_...... ...... 40 80 00 1M, Ohio........... ... ........ Macon, Ga.................... 25 SO 00 Pittsburg Pa......_......... 66 126 00
Adratn, Mich............... ...... ......... Dayton, 0...................... ... ......... Grand Rapids, Mlch_... ... .........t l Mobile, Ala.................... 40 80 00 uincy IlL..N..N..
Ann Harbor, Mlch,...... ... ......... Delaware, Ohio............ ... .......... Henderson Ky............. 5S 1100 00 Montgomery. Ala....... 35 70 00 40 80 00
Alton, IlL__............... ... ......... Defiance. Ohlo......._...... ... ......... Hickman, KY' _......_...... 55 1100 00 Mansfield, Ohio............ ... I......... Homeiua.- ...... ....._.
Anniston, Ala............... 40 8000 Detroit Mlch._......?...... 70 120 00' Indianapolis, Ind......... 60 11000 MassllloD, Ohio........... ... I"""". Rochester, N. Y._......... 68 913400
Birmin g ham. .Ala._...... 40 80 00 Danvllle Ill................. ...: ...... I Jeffersonville, Ind...... 58 10800 bit. Vernon Ohio........ ... ......... Sandusky Ohio............ 511600
Bloomington, Iii N....... ... ......... Davenport.............. ...... .........' Jacksonville, IlL......... ... ......... Memphis Senn......?... 45 I 90 00 Sioux City, Iowa........... ... _.._..
Burlln2tonJ Ja._............ ...... ......... Dubuque, Iowa .. ....... ... ....._. Joliet Ill..........,._.....?? ... ......... l\Illwaukee, WIs_......... 70 12D 00 Springfield, 111......_.?... ...... .........
Belleville l 111......_........ ... ......... Des !Moines Iowa........ .... ......... Jefferson City, Mo?...... ...... ......... Madison, Ind....._......... ... ..... St. .J oseph.l\lo............... ...... .........
Buffalo, Z Y. ...._...... 66 126 00 Denver, Col.................. 1 85 250 00 Knoxville Tenn ......... 45 90 00 Minneapolis, Minn_. ...... ......... St. Louis, 1\10. ............. 65 116 00
Bay City D11ch..._......... ...... ......... Dixon, Ill ....?............ ... ......... Kenton, Ohio............... ... Madison Wis ........ ...... ......... Saginaw Mich?......... .. ...._...
Bristol, 'l'enn....._....._ .... .Elyria, Ohio.................. ...... ......... Kalamazoo 1\lIch_...... 70 12000 Montreal, Canada._...... ... _......... _....... .
Cleveland 0........... ...... 70 12000 Evansville, Ind_......... 56XI0600 Kansas City, 1\10..._...... ...... ...N.... Nashvllle,Tenn............ 45 9000 Sr.rlngfleldOhIO, ........... ...... ...._.
Cincinnati, Ohio......... 55 100 00 East Saginaw, Mlch..._ ... ..,,..... Lanslng.Mlch...........?? ... ......... New Orleans__............ 45 90 00 Toledo 0 .................. 70 lID 00
Ca1ro, Ill...................._. 00 11000 East tt. Louis Ill 65 116 00 LaCrosse, Wis............ .,,... ......... Newark, Ohio............... ... ......... Terre 1laute, Ind ......_ 60 11000
Columbus, Ky.............. 5-5 100 00 mporla, Kan..N... 1 05 16'2 00 Lima, Ohlo......_..... ..... ... ......... Omaha, Neb.................. ...... ......... Toronto, Can_............... ...... _.......
Columbu8, Ohio.......... ... ......... Erie, Pa................._...... 66 126 00 Lafayette Ind ._...... ... ......... Ottawa, Can.... ............ ...... ......... Topeka, Kan......_........ 95 148 00
Columbus Oa............... 35 70 00 Fort Wayne Ind......... ... ........ Lancaster, Ohio............ ... ..?..... Oil City Pa_ ................. 66 126 00 Urbana, Ohio...........N.. ... .........
Council Bfuffh, la......... ...... ......... Findlay Oh}0.....,......... ...... .......? Leavenwortn, Kan ...... ...... ......... Pekln, Ill ..................... ... ......... Wheeling, W.Va?_....... 66 126 00
Chicago, 111._... ..__.... 65 116 00 I Fremont!, Ohio....._.,.... ...... ......... Louisville. Ky_........._ 55 100 00 ,Pana Ill........................ ... ......... Winnipeg, l\Ian............ ...... ..._
Chattanooga, Tenn_.... 40 80 00 Fort DOdge, Iowa........ 1 18 170 00 Little Rock, Ark......_... 55 lID 00 (IPiqua, Ohio.................. ... .........

TARIFF TO EASTERN CITIES.
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Stations of Savannah, Florida & Western Railway_..........?_....._.................... ..., ... .1.! i . .. ....
Jacksonville....Callahanand Live Oak........................?......,.,.....,....................... 20 40 25 20 i 30 60 30 6o 60! 27 b5 . . . .. ....
Gainesville, lvew Branford....._....._.................................._..._......_................. 30 60 35 .o f0 w 40 80 I I 801 80 3T: I . . .. .. ...
Landings on tt. Johns r1 ver..................................................._..................,........... 30 60 3.j !40 ': 40 80 40 80 I 40 : 75'' . . . .. ..
Stations on Fla. So. Ry north of and Including Ocala...................................._. 35' 70 40 80, j i 45 I 90 4.5 90 45 l 001g 85' I . . . .. ....
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. south or Ocala ............................................................... 37 75 42 8.5, 47.: 95 47 9.5 n 951 I 44 90' . .. .. .. ....
Stations on Fla. So. Ry., St. 3. & L. E. Division_.................._.........................._. 37 75 42 851 17 US 49 95 47 95 47 95 'I ..
Landings on Lake Santa Fe......._........................................_................................. ... e.. ... ......,, i ... ... .. ..! : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::: : :: ::::
Tampa _.............................................................................................................._. 45 90 50 1 I 55 i 'i0 5.5 l i0 55 1 10 505 1 10 \ . . . .. .. ....
Landings on Manatee River...............--................................................ .............. ... ...... ... ...001'' ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... . . . .... .. ....
Stations on J., St. A, do U. R. Rv.......................................-......-........................... ... ... .. ... ...... .." ...... .... ... ...... I . . . . .. .. ..
Palatka .......-........................ .....................-............-.?.........N.-.................. 30 60 35; 70 1 I 40 8010 80 4 0" 80 37 75 ;I! . . . . .. ....
st. Augustlne. ._......_... ..................................................................................... ... ... ... ...t ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... .....I I, . . . ... .. ....
Stations on J T & K W Ry ...... -.............................................-........................... ... ... '''I'' ..1 ...... ... ...... ... ......" . . . .. .. .. ....
landings Lakes Eustis and Harris.....................................................,........... 42 85 47 951 1 I. 125 52 105 52 1 05 I . . . . .. ....
Stations on South Florida Railroad. i i

FromBelalrtoMoKlnnoDlncluslve.......................... ................................ ..... 40 80 45 90 SO 100 50 1001 SO 100 47 9.5 : . . . . .. ....
From Ktsslmmeeto Acton, Incluslve......................._ ................. ................. 4.5 90 50 100,, 55 110 55I 1 10 1>511052102':' . .1 . . .? 'f ....
From Plant .,, Incluslve....._................................................. ..... SO 100, 1 55 1 1 10 60 120 1 20I 60 120 57 115. . . .. .. ....
From Winter Maven to Bartow, Incluslve................................_........................ 55 1 10 00 1 20. 65 130 65 1301, 65 130 62 125' . . . .. ....
Stations on F. R. A N. Co. north of and Includin Ocala.................................. 3.5 70 40 80 I 45 90 45< 90 45 9042 85 I . . . .. .. .....
Stations on F. R. & N. Co. south of Ocala._...................................................? 37 75 42 8.5, : 47 95 47 95 I 47 95 41 90' . . . ... .. ....
Stations on Sanford & Indian River I..IL........._................ ...._.................._. ... ...... ... ... .1 ... ...... ... ... .... ... ......'i . . . .. ....
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic It. R....._........................................... ... ...... ... .:...1 I : ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... ..... I IGnlf . . . .. "...
points north Tampa?..................-....................-.......................?............... ... ...... .N .... I ., ... ...... ... ...... ...... ... ......1 . . . .. ....
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CONNECTIONS. Tho capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charges.
Double dally"fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Carload is estimated at 20,000 pounds or 400 Standard Boxes. Excess of tnls
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior a"'DnY0JV111 bp phflir! *** '*** r "" 'a** 'Mr-lourt sblnrnentn mnntbe to one d t ination .na

and Coast points, Including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one consigtee.
Providence. Prepayment or freight will not be required but good order and condition of shipments
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship:; Company, leaving Savannah will be an absolute requirement. It Is clearly understood between the shippers and tha
Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage, however
TwIce a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving j occasioned, unless: it be from negligence, and that such loss must attach solely to tueefrioadYaSh
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. I. company upon whose line such located.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this % to connections at those point will not
Savannah every Thursday. I I be subject to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia vn Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every i I In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for Insertion In
Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
Sailing days of Steamships are Ruble lo change without notice. I Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
No single shipment taken for less than 81 to Boston New York, Philadelphia and Balti
INFOR1J.it 1. JORS SE-IIPPER8.: more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged In addition the single package rates of con.
nectlng lines and cost ot transter.
To make through rates from points U toutary to the above add the rates of connecting Stencils, shipping receipts and Information furnished on application to any ol the agents
lines to above rates. For further Information If needed, apply to Agents of the lines! or to
The dimensions of the Staudari B: s. i or Vegetables are 8x.ltx22lnchesand the weight Is \ C. D. OWENS JAMES L. TAILOR,
etiolated at.50 pounds. Trame Manager, Savannah, Ga. Gen'l Freight Agent. Savannah, Ga.





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TARIFF ON VEGETABLES, IN EFFECT APRIL I 1886., ?



Tariff to Western Cities from Jacksonville'\ Callahan, Gainesville and Live Oak,

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Augusta, Ga...._...__. 30 $60 00 Cedar Rapids Ia......_. ...... ......... Fort Scott Kan............ 90 140 00 Logansport, Ind._........ ... .. Portsmouth, Ohio........ ... ..._.
Atlanta,Qa..N .......... 35 70 00 Champaign, I............. ... L....... Gaillon Ohlo......_.......... ... .N.. Lincoln, Neb.. .._.......... 94 156 40 Peoria IIL-............?.... 65 116 00
Atchison, Kane............. .N..W. Dalton, Ga......_..... ...... 40 SO 00 Gallipoils, Ohio........... ... .....".. Macon, Ga..................... 25 50 00 Pittsburg Pa..N. 66 126 00
Adraln, Mich............... ...... ......... Dayton, 0.._.................. ... ......... Grand Rapids, Mich"... ... .?....... Mobile, Ala.................... 40 SO 00 Quincy I11W..N.N.. ...... .....N.,
Ann Harbor, Mlch...... ... ......... Delaware, Ohio............. .. Henderson Ky.......?.... 6,1) 100 00 Montgomery. Ala35 70 00 ....._...?........_ 40 SO 00
Alton, 111...._............... ... .......... Defiance Ohio............... ... ......... Hickman, iKy........_...... 65 100 00 Mansfield, Ohio............ .. .......... Homejua. IlL........... ...... .........
Anniston, Ala.............N 40 8000 Detroit, Mlch........_....... 70 .120 00 Indianapolis, Ind.......... 60 11000 Massmou, Ohio............. ?. ......... Rochester, N. Y_....._ 68> 134 00
Birmingham. .AlaW...... 40 80 00 Danville, Ill.................. ...: .......... Jeffersonv1l1e, Ind...... 58 10800 Mt. Vernon Ohio...... ... ......... Sandusky, Ohio....."..? 135-116 00
Bloomington, Ill _....... ... ......... Davenport Ia. ........... ...... ......?.. Jacksonville, IlL......... ... ..../N.. Memphis, 'enn.. .......... 45 90 00 Sioux City, IowaN./....... ... .........
Burlington Ia............... ... .... Dubuque, rows. ... ....._. Joliet IlL....................... ... ......... Milwaukee Wis............ 70 120 00 Springfield, 111......_...... _.... _.._.
Belleville ll......__....... ... .....?.. Des Moines Iowa..N... .. ...... ......... .Jefferson City, 1\10........ ...... ......... Madison, Ind....._......... ... .......N $t. Joseph Mo.........._... ... .........
Buffklo, z4. Y........_....... 66 .126 00 Denver, Col................... 185 250 00 Knoxville ... 45 90 00 Minneapolis, Mlnn... ...... ......... st. Louis, !1\10... ............. 65 116 00
Bay City bilcN.N..W.. ...... .......... Dixon, IlL .................. ... ......... Kenton, Ohio................ ... ...... Wls. ........ ...... .......... Saginaw. 1\Ilch........... .. ...._.
Bristol, '1'enn..W./N ... Elyria, Ohio ........... ...... ......... Kalamazoo, nch......... 70 120 00. 1\IadiSOnf, Canada ...... ...... "....... S rin g field,OhioN...._.. ... ...__.
Cleveland 0. ... ...... 70 120 00 Evansville Ind .......... 56' 106 00 Kansas City, Mo ..._....... .. ... Nashv1lle,Tenn............ 45 90 00 S1. Paul,Minn............... _.... _.._
Cincinnati, Ohio.......... 65 100 00 East Saginaw, l\l1ch. ... ......... LansingMich/........ ...... .. .New OrleansNN"..... ..... 45 90 00 Toledo AN..NN .. 70 120 00
Cairo 111....................._ 00 110 (00)() East 8t. Louis, Ill......... 65 11600 LaCrosse, WIs........?..... ...... ......Newark Ohio........?...... ... ....:.... Terre I'iaute Ind. ..... 60 11000
Columbus, Ky.............. 55 100 00 Emporia, Kan.............. 1 05 16'2 00 Lima, Ohio...._..... ...... ... ......... Omaha,Neb................... ...... ......... Toronto, Can..N........ ...... ...._
Columbus, Ohio............ ... ......... Erie, Pa................._...... 66 126 00 Lafayette. Ind..N....... ". ....."" Ottawa, Can.................. ... ..... Topeka, Kan................ 95 148 00
Columbus, Ga. .. 35 70 00 Fort Wayne Ind.....??. ... ......... Lancaster, Ohio............ ... .......... Oil CIty, Pa................... 66 126 00 Urbana, Ohio................ N..W.
Council BlUm, Ia..N.. .. .... ... Findlay Ohio............... ...... ......... Leavenwortn, Kan..... ... ......... Pekin, Ill. ...................... .N .1.?.N.. Wheeling, W.Va..NN INI 66 126 00
Chicago, 111_... ..__..... 65 .116 00 I Fremont. Ohio....._...... ...... ......... Louisville Ky_........._ 65 100 00 Pana, Ill........................ ... ......... Winnipeg Man........... ._... NNNN
Chattanooga, Tenn.... 40 80 00 Fort Dodge, Iowa........ 1 18 170 00 Little Rock, Ark....._... 65 120 00 P1qua. Ohio.N................ ... ......... .

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Jacksonville;Callahan' and Live Oak.....................................?...?..?............_ 20 40 25 50, i 30 00 sg 60 30 60 Z1 65 . . . .. ....
Gainesville, } ............_..............................N/1_.NNNN NNNN.NNNNINN. 30 60 35 70 : 10 8\( 80 80 37 75, . . .. .. .. ....
Landings on st. John r1ver.........?......WN.N.NNN...NN.N/NNN1N.N?..............N.NNNN 30 60 3.j 70, I 40 80 40 80 -tg: 80 37 75 . . . .. .. .4.
stations on Fla. Sofly north or and including Ocala .........N./........ 35 70 40 80'I' I 45 90 45' 90 90 42 85' . . .. .. .. ....
Stations on Fla Bo. Ry. south or Ocala. ........................?..........................._....... 37 75 42 8.51 47 95 47 95 47 9.! f 00'' . .. .. .... .. .. ..
Stations on Fla. So. Ry., St. J. &L. E. DivisionN............._.................... ............. 37 75 42 851, n 95 49 95 47 95 95'
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Tam ...............................................................?....?........................................_ 45 90 50 l 00 I 55 1 10 55 l 10 65 110 55 1. 10, . . . .. .... .. ....
Lan dings on Manatee Rive"" HNN.N........-.N.-.......N N.N....?....W NN........... .?........... ... ...... ... ...... .. NNN ... ....N I: . . ... .. .... .
Stations on J., 13t. A., do H. R. Rv< _.................... ............_.... ..?.......N............... ... ... ... f.. ...... ......1 . . .. .. .... .. ....
Palatka ......-........................ .....................: ...........--.:.......-..............- 30 60 35: 70 () 40 80 377 75 . .. .. .... .. ....
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Stations on South Florida Railroad. 951 I

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From Kissimmee to Acton, Inclusive.............................. ................. ................. 45 90 50 1001' I: 65 110 55 110 6511052 1021 . .I .. .. .. ., ....
From Plant City toOr1enta, inclusive....................................................- ......50 100 65 110,, 60120 60 120 60 1m 57 115 i . .. . ..:. .. ....
From Winter Haven to Bartow, Inclusive..............................._..........._......... 65 110 60 120, 65 130 65 130 65130 62 1251 I
Stations on F. R. &. N. Co. north of and including Ocala..?.........,..............._ 35 70 40 80: I' 45 90 45;: 90 45 90 42 85' : : : : : : : : : :: : :: :::: :: ::::

Stations on F. R. &. N. Co. south of Ocala..W....?..........................................._ 37 75 42 8.5, I 47 95 47 95 47 95 4-1 90'I;I . . . .. .... .. ....
Stations on Sanford A Indian River R. R..........._............... ....-.................-. ... ...... ..... ... ...... ... .... .... . . . .. .. ....
Stations on Tavares, Orlando A Atlantic It. R..N............??..............?............ ... ...... ... ...... I ... ...... ... ...... .... ...... ... ......' I . . . .... .. ....
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Gulf points south Tampa.. ......-............?...............-.NIN..I.......?.....L...N............ ... ...... ... .N...1!I IY Y I I I'I ... ...... ... .......I .... ..... .. ... ......I I, f . . . \ I'... .. ....


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CONNECTIONS.Double Tho capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charges.
daily'fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load is estimated at 20,000( rounds or 400 Standard Boxes. Excess of tnlsamon
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior ,.>t will be chanrf** t'1"f rata ('nr-ln9d shipmentii' mngtbe to one d* inatjon and

and Coast points, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one conslgte 'ii!
Providence. Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipmentswill
Trl-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage however
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving i occasioned, unless it be from negligence, and that such loss must attach solely to the
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. company upon whose line such negligence mar be located.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving ,, The charges advanced by this Line In good faith to connections at thoso points will not
Savannah every Thursday. I I be subject to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia Via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for Insertion In
Saturday. Bill. Lading and on the Way-bill.
B&1l1ngdaY8 of Steamships are Ruble to change without notice.INMTOItMlJUl Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates. "
: No single shipment taken for less than $1 to Boston New York,..Philadelphia and BaIt
J.t JU.V J "' OR BHirmilS. : more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged in addition the single package rates of con-
netting lines and cost or transfer.I .
.JI To make through rates from points ti toutary to the above, add the rates of connecting Stencils, shipping receipts and information furnished on application to any ol the agent.
lines to above rates. For turtherlqormaUon. if needed, apply to Agents of the lines or to
The dimensions of the Standard! : L Vegetables are 8xl4x22inches.and Iho weight is I C. D. OWENS, JAMES L. TAYLOR,
wrtlcaat at.50 .. Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga. Gen'l Freight Agent, vaonah, G, .


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. 662 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.= [SEPTEMBER 27,1886.

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"SAN MATEO NURSERIES. FLORIDA SAVINGS BANKAND



A full.line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter planting. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,

.'.;.Best Varieties of Budded Trees.a Specialty-Trees of all sizes. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
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Send for Catalogue. Has for sale choice Lot Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on deposits,Collects -
MAXWELL, ANDERSON & CO., Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans,etc.
San Mateo,Fla. J. C. GKEEIjEY, President. L. D. HOSITCEU, Treasurer.


s ; Valrico Nurseries, ,OOOOOO ACRES f LANDFOR

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SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF

Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.

:P'ru1t1n iaCl Nu.rser1es, Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange

AUGUSTA, OA. Sumter Hernando Hillsborough Brevard Baker Polk & Manatee
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The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees peclally adapted to Florida Is doubtless the
most varied In the United States. A special catalogue(No.4))Is published for this branchof
our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as Peen-To, Consisting of the finest Orange,Farming and Grazing Lands In the State of Florida. Price.
Honey and other Chinese Peaches,Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons, Eryobothryas Grape 1.25 to 85 per acre according to location.For .
Vines, etc., we have a very large stock of Kelsey's and new Japan Plum, Japan
Chestnut Melon Shrubs and other new fruits. Also all the new Hoses of merit, Palms, further Information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,Palatka,Fla.
Acacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees Flowering shrubs etc. Cataloguessent
free to all applicants. No.1. Hardy fruit trees Roses, Evergreens. No.2. Greenhouse L. N. TVrL-KIE, S. CONANT,
plants. No.3. Wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamentaltrees
suited to Florida.LAKE. Chief Clerk Land General
Department. (sep29yl) Manage


GEORGE NURSERIES, FLORIDA LAND &: COLONIZATION tO.E. ] .

NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY
;:,:,>". R. TRAFFORD, General Manner; ,

,.',,,,:;<.<. With descriptions of SANFORD, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA.

,,"i+.' TROPICAL AND SEMI-TROPICAL: 90,000, Acres of the Finest Lands In South Florida .

':" Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc., etc. THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY.Two .

hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius of ten miles. Their high banks
Together with full descriptions of all the timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit oi the
- dividing ridge ol the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an Inducement to the Invalid.
CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREESAlso Its beautiful and diversified scenery,boating,fishing etc., offers the finest opportunity for
people of taste to acquire a lovely wmter home,where all the pleasures and comforts of our
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture -
Price List. Send for Catalogue to of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the tact,that both the South Florida
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most
W. W. II3A7CIT: : c SON, PrOpS.., desirable locality In South Florida. These lands are divided Into lots of five acres and up-
wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers.

LAKE GEORGE, FLORIDA.. jam '85 ANCLOTE, HERNANDO COUNTY.At .

the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf land In full view of the
. GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. 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
o acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after
looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church school, saw-mill and all requisitesfor
ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded a settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters' of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-
west.
from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. This Company have also rich and alluvial lands In Sumter,Alachua and Orange Counties -
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONSf-LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and line ,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It woulddo
'Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, a general well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before purchasing -
elsewhere.
A SON WARR, -eorgetowZ: Pla
May 16'83 U LIBERAL TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS OR PRODUCERS.For .

BLUNT A WHITLEDGE address Bartow Polk County,Florida.G. .
MANVILLE NURSERY Co. M. MORRISH, Anclote.Hernando County,Florida.J. .
E. LAMBETH Gainesville,Alachna County,Florida.A. .
C. MARTIN Macklnnon.Orange County,Florida,or to "
Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans and E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager Sanford,Orange County,Florida.

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. nov24-lyr

.Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. JOHN T. LESLEY,President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE,Sec.&Treas.

. F. S. CONE, Manager, HILL BOROUG COUNTY REAL ESTATE AGENCY,

_______CRESCENT!: CITY, FLA.
TAMFA: FLORIDA,
FRUIT TREES VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED
Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every

TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDING description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive

. -JIIb.e: : : Oraige: iaac1: :Lemoia Pamphlet and newspaper. v

in variety other Citrus Fruits Peen-To aDd
Keiffer rears, Plums Honey Peaches LeConte and II I IFL -A. 3MC: .A. :IE* R. C> i: t' S '
Japan Japan Persimmons,Figs Guavas, Grapes, etc.
CA.TALOGUE FREE. Indian River Orange Depot
Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton ,
Island, St. Johns River. Postofflce Box 173.

Consignments of Oranges Poultry and Eggs solicited. Orange Wraps orders filled. 10x10Jc
A. H. MANVILLE &, CO., 8 ,llxll lO%c,12x12 12%c. Guaranteed full count and uniform quality.

aug24-ly_Lakeland, Polk County, Fla. Re'ers by permission to National Bank of the State, Bank of Jacksonville and Tysen,
Smith&Co.
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GEORGE L. MoCONIHE.DEALER Nichols, Rockwell & Co.,

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Sash, Doors and Blinds I i WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

PAINTS, OILS, BUILDING MATERIAL, Hardware, Stoves, ,House Furnishing Goods, Grates. Mantels, Paints,

Oils, Saddlery, Guns, Ammunition, Etc. .
:E3: : .A. R. DW.13.Ft E] ,

Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, Agricultural Implements, Carpenters' Tools, Iron, Steel Rope,
Belting, Eta Parties in Town or Out '

. Solo Agent :for Florida :for will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any goods they,may need

Orange Lightning Powder,Galvanized Four-Point Steel Barb Fence Wire,Galvanized in our line. -, ..;
Steel Twisted Ribbon Wire, Sprlnz-Tooth Cultivators, Acme Harrow and Orange GroVe Price Lower khan Ever. :*'
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CultiwaatorsQueen of the Garden Hand Cultivator, Southern St.Louis)Pure White Lead .. _
-.Masury's R.U.Colors and Liquid Paints,Fairbanks'Standard Scales. .. :: < 52 West Bay Street. Jacksonville. ,'Fla.
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SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD. Lakeland Branch-Dally except Sunday HORACE DREW

South Bound. North Bound. ,
(Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER
{ WEDNE8DAY, August, 1886, 5 a m,Trains Pn.s.&frt PaSo&frt"I:", STATIONS. &frt Pas. &frt Pax 59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Florida
will leave and arrive
.as follows:
..'. 11. 13. a H. 12. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

-:' SOUTH BOUND. ;:;: ;:;: ;:;: :u;: Books Periodicals and

8.25 8.10, n Lv..Lakeland . .Ar 7.ID 7.40 Stationery, Newspapers,
r ... .td rti. 8.48 8.321 8 Lv. ._.Haskell.. .Lv 6.58 7.18 Music Games Dolls and Goods
Q.I _:.J .ao.' '''.'.s I t--. 9.00 8.50j14 Ar. ..; .. Bartow ..Lv 6.40 7.00 Toys Fancy ,

.".' BTATx(>N8. c:: G so Z cZC;.0 T ,Q.o Sanford and Indian River Railroad. Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door
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CG 11: '" () Q ... Amusements.Moore's
'.;... < tl.. Dally except Sunday. .

r South Bound. North Bound. Orange Culture, Rev. Ed .. .. ... .. ..... .. ... . . . .. . .. . .. ..$1.00
LeaveAH PH PH AX Read Dowd. Read Up. Oemler's Truck Farming In the South. .. . .... .. .. 0 .. . . .. ... .. 0 .. ... .. .. 1.50
R.R. Wharf __ _.._ ._ ....._ _.... PM. Pas. m Whitner's Gardening In Florida .0.. ......................... .... 0 .... ... .. ....... .... 1.50
-Banford-. 0 800 4 35 520 930.Belair. =' &Ft STATIONS. No. ='" McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida. 0.................. .. ... .. .0... .. .. .0. ... ". 4.00I
. ...__ 3 810 4 43 5 3' 9 45
Crystal L'ke 4 .... ....._ 5 86 ........ A 23. R pp.m have all the Maps Books,etc.,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica
Bents....._. 5 8 ... 5 39l.ongwood. } ........ --- -- tion. Legal Blanks of every description.
.. 10 8 455 a (0:1.: 1030 o a.m HORACE DREW.
IV..8anford.ar 7.40 17
Altamonte.. 12 S 5 OJ 613 10 50 3 .30 .........Fort Reed......... 7.Z3 14
Mayo_._ 14. 15.. 50t 620 1108Maitland 5 .. ....Rutledge.......... 7.15 12 ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY
4 ?_ 15 8 507 a 2-5 1120 6 6.521...........?.Lord_... .. ..... 7.10 11 ,
Winter Park 18 9 515 a 35 1140
Wilcox..... 20 ..... ..._.. 6 43 ....... 13 121 I 6.521' 5
Orlando....... 22 9 13 526 a 55 1235Gatlin 17,, 7.18.Clift0l1..1, 6.471 4 CHARLESTON, S. C.

....._ 2-5 ...... ........ 7 05 ........ J 6.35, 0
.essamine. 26. 9 Z1 5 34 710 12 5'J *Flag Stations. No. 3 and 6 Dally. Trains Ashely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer

Pine Castle Z1 9 26 ....?.. 714 ........ No. 1,2, 4, 5, 7 and 8 Dally except Sunday. Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
Train No. 6 at KissImmee for breakfast.
Big Cypress 30 9 3.3 5 42 7 22 1 10.McKinnon. stops
. 34. 9 45 5 52 7 37 1 40 Trains No.19 and 20 Daily. Trains No.21 and and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.

Kasslmmee.. 4010 02 6 06 7 50 2 20.Ca.pmbells. 22 Dally except Sunday. Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees, bananas, etc
411012 ...... P.K. ........ Trains Nos. 3 and 6 stop only at Orlando,
.LakeLoche 30 632r I 1310 Kissimmee, Davenport, Bartow Junction, Ashley Dissolved ISoiies. Ashley Aeld Phosphate.Pure .
t Davenport 52110 42 6 3 52 Lakeland, Plant City and Auburndale on
.HalnesL'fty 6110 52 .....421..1. I........ Signal.Connects. Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda Sulphate Ammonia, Kainlt
Bartow J'nc 68,11 08 7 05!....... 4 50 at Sanford with Sanford and In- Muriate, Potash, Cotton Seed Meal, etc.
Auburndale 72'1118' 7 13., ...._ Ii 10tFltzhughs. dian River Railroad for Ovldeo and points on
.:. 771127, 720._ ......., I '! 525 Lake Jessup; with the People's Line and For Almanacs and Hand Books, Agricultural Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kainlt

Lakeland..... BJll: 43 7 3.5 ...?.? 1 610 DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamersfor Floats, etc.,address
Plant City... 001120.1 7 55 ..._... a 55 Jacksonville and all Intermediate points
.COrk-........ 98,12, 13..... ...... 1....._ on St.Johns River,and with Steamers for In- THE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
SeSher..._... 103'12' 21 8 ...._ 7 35 dian River and Upper St.Johns.At .
Mango........ 105112, 30 8 ......_ I 7 45 Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myers Charleston,R, C.
Orient..109112) ... ......... and Bassinger,and points on Kissimmee river.
Ar Tampa... 115112 8 15. ....... 8 z At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern
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!, 40.. I. I'i'PMi I and Rail way at Bartow for all points with the North Florida} East and Southern West, SOOFIELD'S IRON WORKSAdjoining

Railway for Fort Meade and points South.
Connects at Tampa with steamer, "Marga
NORTH nOUN.D... ret" for Palma Sola, Braldentown, Palmetto Passenger Depot, MA CON, GA. Manufacturers of the old and well known

..._.I' .,.. ,;d Manatee and all points on Hillsborough andTampa
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Bays.
,s0-4 SCHOFIELD'S PATENTED
ao aO' =alO f"d ,,00STATIONS. Also with elegant new Steamship "Mas-
gZ tiZ .d cotte" of the Plant Steamship Co., for Key
= r iZ West and Havana, with steamers for Cedar
u Keys and Mall Steamers for Key West.
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Po. < i Passengers for Havana can leave Sanford EMPIRE PREMIUM COTTON PRESSThe
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Leave- PH AM A H
Tam ..._ 0 140 ...5 00 6 30OrienL. Thursday connecting same evening withsteau.er
pa. 6 .. at Tampa.Applications most substantial, best built, and fastest packing COTTON PRESS on the market. Packs
...... 155.. ....... ....?
Mango........ 10 2 01() ?...... 5 22 710Sellner. for Passports cn be made waKr'steam': Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers
.... 12 2 10 ..._... 5 Xl 7 35 through any Notary Public and such applications ,
.COrk......__? 17 220 ._... _.. .. when vised by Spanish Consul at Key power. All sizes and styles-4 to 100 horse power. Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Mill Gearing -
Plant City... 22 232 ..._... 5 4S 8 25' West will answer the purpose of Passport. and Machinery a specialty. Hancock Inspirators, the best boiler feeder known
Lakeland.... 32 2 5.'J _...... 610 9 25Fitzhughs Through Tickets sold at all regular stations and acknowledged standard. Iron Pipe and Fittings, Engine Trimmings, Brass valves
:.. 38 3 05 _..... a 22 9 55 points North, East and West.FREDERIC. Whistles, Lubricators, Rubber and Leather Beting,.and everything pertaining to Foundry
H. RAND Machine and l\UllSupply business. Address
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Auburnda1e 43 315 _.,6 30 1015 .
Bartow J'nc 47 3 28 . a 40 1105 ._ GuM Ticket Agent
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f .HainesCtty Davenport.. 54 58 a.3 40 ? ??.02?. 1145LaleLoche ........ A. N. DOBBINS Sc BRO. J. S. SCHOFIELD & SON, Proprietors

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*Campbell? 71 4 52..7. ..... ........ MACON GEORGIA.
Ktssimmee.. 75 4 00 120Mo
Kinnon 81 4 ; 10 140
Big C.'ypress 85 5 158'Pine
Castle 88 5 071 615.Jessamine. \ ..... ...... m e
89 5 101 6 211.8 Z1.1 I \ 215Gatlin.
......... 90 ........1 6 ...... To Truckers and Gardeners.
Orlando.._?. 93 52J 6351 837 I 300Wilcox.
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Winter P'rk 97 5 33 50 8 47 3'3U GENUINE BERMUDA ONION SEED
Maitland...? 1001 5.44 6 58 8 531 3 45 ,
:Mayo ..._ 101 548 7 03 8 56i 4 00 --- Jd '-" White and Red, Crop $1886.
Altamonte. 100l 5 b3 7 10 900 4 15 / \
Longwood..105 602 720 908 j 455 .f': HENDERSON'S EARLY SUMMER CABBAGE,

..Bents ........ 110 611 7 31 ...??. 1......
..Cr'staL'kel11, ....?_ 7U: ......_ I......?.. Gun Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters The Cabbage for the South.
Belafr..4112 6 15 7 38 9 20i I : 5 35 HENDERSON'S FIRST OF ALL PEAS
Sanford.''_''. 115 6 25' 7 50 9 301 I 5 .so 44 W. Forsyth St., Op. St. Johns Hotel. ,
Ar.&.Wharf PMJ,AI[ A j P M.Pemberton '. .f'ACKSONVILLE FLORIDA The earliest, hardiest and most productive.
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Ferry IIrnllcb.-8.f4.. R.N. Qunsmlthlng done in all its branches. HENDERSON'S. EARLIEST RED VALENTINE BEANS,

South Bound North Dound. IRON SAFE WORK The favorite early variety in the South.

Read Down. Head Up. Special ct-tf rates on Stencil Cutting, by mall NEW MIKADO TOMATO (Just Introduced,)

i F'st Pas F'st Ft. --- ------ The most prolific and solid early variety grown.
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19. 21. :J). 22 = A. E.President.DROUGHT, F. II. SKEL.DINQCH shier. TRUCKERS and MARKET GARDENERS in the South should send for our list of SEEDS specially
.--- adapted for growing for early northern: markets; free on application.
P.M.3.M KISSIMMEE CITY BANK.
o 5.20 3.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 0.10A0. 75
,. 1 6.2t 3.25.........Fitzgerald .... 10.96 9.0574 ORANGE COUNTY FLA. PETER HENDERSON & COg35di3c;; aanndttSt.
- 3 5.30 .. ....._.? .Orlole . .?10.00 .. 7J. I ,NEW ORK.
10 ... ..........? .\Ian.... .. ... 65 -
11 4.25 ........Owensboro...._. 8.2761 CAPITAL .- -.__---__-_-- __ _
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16 4.55 ......??Dade City. ....... 9.43.. 8.0559 u.
:l3 5.40.. 5.20 .........Richland._......... 7.25 52 MAYWOOD.Groves IiISSIMMEEReal
31 5.50 .......*Tedderv1lle.. 6.4544 Transacts a general Banking business. .
j 37 6.10 ?...__ Kathleen... .... s.3.51 6.0.3138
43 7.40 7.05 ........Lake\and....._ 8.20, 6.85132 made and warranted on the most Estate Agency.Healthy .
51 8.OS 8.15......._.Plant C1ty.?..?... 7,5.1) 4.,3.522. Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit favorable terms, in one of the most healthy
58 8.2 ....... ...... 'Cork.. ... '.': 7.40 .17' cashed. sections of Florida. Boarding and houses to -
63 8.32 8.50........_.8etl::1er............. 7.30 3.4512 rent at Send for particulars Lands! Low Prices .
65 8.38 9.00 .. ...Mango: ?.. .. ;.24 3.3510 Has correspondents In all the chief towns I and 20 cents for glimpses at the Orange Land. !
69 S.t8 ....... 7.15....... 6 Florida, also Seaboard National Bank au,i For reference we refer you. to the editor of Kissimmee offers the best chances for set
75 9.05 9.40 Arrlve.Tampa..Leavel 7.00, 3.001.1; 0 Messrs. C. M. Whitney&Co., New York.In this paper. Direct to Uers In Florida. It Is the coming district,as
Great Britain: The Bank of Irelan W. H. REED all who know the U.ate testify. There iSllig
Dartov Branch.-Dally or cept Sunday. Royal Bank of Scotland:; Bank of Brills Plttman, fla.PIANOS&ORGANS. Money for Investors In Town Lots.
North America and Melville, Evans & C

e 1 South Bound N orth Bound London. =- high Pine and Hammock LandsAt
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l No. Pas.4FtI'rATIONS.: ::'" 4Ftl Pas.t.Pas.No. O P I U M at andWUJSKY home without HABITS pain.. cured Book S ., 01 ali makes direct to costo- reasonable prices.

w 15. 17. i 16. IS.1 ,..,,,,,, ,,,_of 8. rartl'ular4 M.sent D..Atlanta.ti.Free. mers wholesale from' ricer.headquarters All goods at Aiso good land for Truck Farming. A few
--1- nmail Bearing Groves on tracts of from
A.X P.lII. AM.'P.M. New Book of Fancy Works with __ ,guaranteed.till wstruIMntsarerEceived No money asked I Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
11.30 4.45 0 Lv..BartowJuno..Ar 0 10.55 3.2q FREE I 100 Illustrations,150 New stitches _____ and fully tested. Write us These Groves are easily enlarged,and afford
lL45 5.02 5 Lv.WlnterHaven.Ar 510.38 3.05 10 t-peclal Offers. 200 Picture before purchasing. An vestment of 2 cents may a good' start. Correspondence solicited.
11.57 5.15 9 LV. Eagle Lake....._ 910. 3 2.30 Bulletin, 48 col. story paper, all save you from 850.00 to 81OO.OO. Address
; 12.07\t .440t17 Ar Oo ......Lv'7'i000)) 2.3of 4c postage. J IE8SE FRENCH, Nashville Tenm DO nV.ELL k HOSE
'o. ....Bartow.... NATIONAL 1AZAIt, 7 W Broadway, N.Y. WkolttaU.; .D tributlng JJcp'IIOf"hutA.. Kissimmee,Orange Co.,Fla.




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664 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. [SEPTEMBER 27,1886.

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OCEAN STEAMSHIP LINES. FERTILIZERS, ETC.ESTABLISHED .



Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. 1H75.> -I"


GRAIN I. GARDEN SEEDS \.

Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and AND '

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest. FERTiliZERSVVXIJJ.A.J.lI ,


First-Class Passenger Accommodations. : : : : : C: .A.. :E3-C-Fl.3,
No Transhipment.: 49- No Extra Handling -a .
Successor J. E. Hart
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Cabin Passage> $20; Excursion $33.00; Steerage, $12, 2O West Hay Street Jacksonville, Fla.I .

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

Boston, l every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows : Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat
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-' GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS, COTTON SEED MEAL, Etc.

STATE AGENT FOR
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J. E. Tygert & Co.'s Star Brand Fertilizers.Guaranteed .

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Comprising ORANGE TREE and VEGETABLE

FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE
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.' MURIATE OF POTASH SULPHATE POTASH
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STANDARD TIME.)
NITRATE SODA KAINIT ETC.
CITY OF MACON Capt. Kelley.............._._.............._......Thursday, July 8,at 11:30 a.m ,
U1TY OF MAOON Capt. Kelley.._...._........_......._......Thursday, July 22, at 9:30 p.m Prices on application. July 27 U
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley........................_.................Thursday, Aug. 5,at 10:00 a. m
CITY OF MAOON, Capt. Kelley.........................................Thursday, Aug. 19,at 8:30 a.m
OITY OF MAOON, Capt. Kelley............................._.............Thursday, Sept. 2,at 9:00 p.m BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...._......_......_....................Thursday, Sept. 16,at 7:30p.m ,

Through Bills of Lading avtf Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah, Florida OF BOSTON.
and Western Railway and connecting with East Florida by the waycross; Short Line.
(Florida Dispatch)and the Steamers of the b Island Route.W. .
ORANGE GROWERS .
H. RINv Nickerson's Wharf,Boston. ATTENTION,

For Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON& BARNARD Agents Savannah Ga.
Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.Result .
For Tickets apply to connecting lines.
HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G.S.Agent.
of Nine Years' Experience in Orange Culture.

NORWALK Fla. September 7, 1885.
Having had nine years' experience In orange culture In Florida and having tried various
SAVANNAH LINE kinds of fertilizers, I feel It my duty to neighbors to say that your goods have proved of
more value to me for orange trees than any other fertilizer I have used.
'r II: :: E -FOR- I have given Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer and Fine Ground Bone a good test for two
AP' years having used your goods by the side of others where I could compare renults. I shall
and recommend goods to the public. M. R. BEAN.
Invest In no other cheerfully your
55 to 60 Hours

betweenSAVANNAH A\ j NEW YORK Attention, Florida Gardeners !

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and -AND- :' Use Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer < .
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NEW YORK *-' Prepared Especially for Florida Trucker.. 3;4 "

and .
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PHOcean PHILADELPHI1 BRADLEY'S FISH AND POTASH. .,
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Steamship Company.
OCALA Fla.,September 15,1S85.
\ The"Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer" which I bought of you last season has given
,; (Central or 90 Meridian Time.) most excellent results,and I take pleasure In giving you this testimonial. I find this fertilizer -
(; to be just what it is represented: ,and I cannot speak too highly In Its favor. I want

Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Yore. same amount this season. D. G. EICIIELBERQER.
FORT MASON Fla.,August 2'J. 1885. )
!'oor from New York,Cabin,$25; Steerage,112.50; Excursion (return trip),$13.50. We have used Bradley's Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and orange trees and they
of this have given better satisfaction than any fertilizers we ever used; DAVIES &TAYLOR.
THE Magnificent Steamships Company are appointed to sail as follows:

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.

CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine..... .............._...................Friday October 18:30 a.m Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone, Bradley's Pal-
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Kempton........................_......_................Monday, October 4-11:00 a. m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher.............................................Wednesday, October 6- 1:00: p.m metto A Phosphate, Bradley's Sulphate of Potash
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson......_.............._...........-.Friday, October 8- 2:30:: p. m Nitrate of Soda etc. etc.
CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt. H. C. Daggett..........._.............Monday, October 11- 4:30 p. m ,
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine............_....N.............Wednesday, October 135:30: p.m
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton..,.....................?.......?...;...............Friday, October 157:00 a. m Send for Circulars.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher........._......?......??.....................Monday, October 189:00 a.m GEORGE E. WILSON State
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson.:.....................?..?...Wednesday, October 20-11:00 a. m Agent, '
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C..Daggett............._..........?.Friday, October 22- 1:30 p. m 50 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. _,
CHATTAHOOCHEE Capt. Catharine....................?..............Monday October 254:00 p. m :,'
NACOOCHEE, Capt. .. .. ... _.. ...... ..... Wednesday October -
27- 6:00 p. m :Et. F.A. VC>
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TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher...............?-...,.......... ;............ .Friday, October 29- 7:00 u.. m ::E: "
A RELIABLE FERTILIZER FOR
FOR PHILADELPHIA.These .
Orange; Trees and All Kinds of Vegetable
[ Steamers do not
carry Passengers.] Natural food for plant-life Especially adapted to sandy soils. wishing to obtaina '
DERSOUG, Capt. Smith..._..........................._.._..................jruesday, October 5-12:00 m. strictly good fertilizer will find it to his interest to try this.Anyone It is not a cone ntrated
JUNIAT, Capt. -?.....-.............._....._...._....................Saturday,October 16- 8:00 a. m chemical fertilizer but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The effect Is
DESSUOG, Capt. Smith..N............._................................_.Saturday,October 29- 2:30 p. m permanent.
UNIATA, Capt. -..................................__._........-Saturday. October 308:00 lu m Price ( in Sacks: ) $10.00 per Ton. -

THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Send for Circulars. I have no agents. Address GEO.IIUTCUIN80N, ,

Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and Crescent City Fla.
the Sea Island Route.
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. /
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North, East and Northwest FURNITURE I !
via Savannah. For further particulars apply to

HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL Agent
Pier No.85 North River New York. City Exchange Building Savannah G a.
W. L.JAMES Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Florida l .
J. D. HA8HAGEN. Eastern Agent, Sav., & Western Ry.Co.,261 Broadway Y. y
For Tickets. apply to connecting lines. .
H. R. CHRISTIAN. Oen'l Soliciting Agent.
Great Reduction in PricesUNTIL
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Ararat-class Academy for both,(xu. Five courses: College Preparatory; Higher English *' '
Normal; nusiness'l Industrial Drawing First-class Art and Music Departments. Fine OCTOBER 1st, : .1'
new Idlngs. enabling us to furnish board and tuition at reasonable rates.
The purpose of this Institution is to give In the delightful climate of Florida,as thoroughand When we will remove to No. 44 to 46 West Bay street. Call at once and)obtain our reduced;*';
liberal an education as can be secured in the best New England schools. prices before purchasing. .- :".'
DeLand College will also receive students of both sexes prepared to enter the Fresh-
man Class. Send for Catalogue. F. E. BOGUE & CO.
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DeLand.. Fla., or H. A. DeLand, Fairport. N. Y. : \ No... 26; and Ocean street City;;.
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