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

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I ''The FaFl11\ .. expressed from the roots; in the above the common sweet potato, using thet t hogs. I would rather have it for that

; : process, by boiling and allowing it to same process of kneading and salting purpose than corn. It also makes

\r .. settle. The juice is then decanted and as for bread, then bake until brown. good chicken feed, and can be usedin

CASSAVA.A -. the starchy residue is dried, much as This will give you a bread that is good many ways on-the table. It yields
'"'" '" Tropical Food Plant .of"Great !in making farinha. During the process enough for a King, and not to be refused enormously, even on poor]land. I have

:,Va ue- FIprida., : ;..' :: of drying a portion of the starchis by anybody. It is sweet, pala- very poor land, and will have over
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-'UY: AN'DUD'BRAZILIAN; converted. 'by the heat into dextrine, table and nutritious ; is good either 200 bushels per acre.
,I ... :and the whole substance becomes.warm or cold, and will be relished. "I do not see, why every farmer does
Editor PiJdniDA <3P TCII: ,
; 'agglomerated:I! into small irregular'with butter or without it. not raise a field of cassava. I knowof
of "M. H.
In to the
reply request
;masses, as we see it in' the shops. "If you wish to substitute it for Irish nothing that U likely to pay bet-
the various
P., of Kissimmee: for
Personally, I have never witnessed potatoes, peel the roots, boil and mash, ter." .
methods of- and
usiJlg cassava arrow-
the process of making tapioca. Mr. adding salt and pepper, just ::as,the On application, he will probably
root as food for both man and animals,
J. L..Miller potato is prepared. If you wants:excellent his mode of
: a very intelligent gentleman give feeding it, and also
I would that there,are several
first'say .. cak boiL the ,41oi......
*' *** i-ft. 3S "jf&.Tj 2whQhas.recentlreturi)8d.fromSduthlern'Brazil :bather: -5FfifStL: jprepariDg it-f&table'use.} ] ** -* -
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< species',of_ cassavaznatareHcuJtivat, ,. .;...... a; ?\ ; ; .
+yttj+ \ ;;-wlterefor a lumber tubers after peeling, then'mix in about The merits of this valuable plant are
in various tropical"and euritrbpicalregions i
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'. as food.plants. One is knownto 'of years, he was an observant planter, one-fourth the quantity of cold hominyor not yet fully appreciated.Of .

botanist. .-a.s Mainhotutillissimatynid.. ''is now living at or near Orlando, andis a littte (flour or corn grits, and fry. the arrow-root I have no practical

the other' as M.(* aipi.' I doubt not, both able and willing to If you want a substitute for the com- knowledge. K. E. P.

The former. is,the:plant that is cultivated give the most practical methods for the mon sweet potato, cut in lengths to Subscriber, who asks if the plant

so'extensively" in Brazil, and !manipulation of this most valuable suit your oven, and bake or roast as from which the tapioca is made is the

is there known by; the name ofAfandi-- food plant. But so far as I have you would the potato. If you wantto same as our Florida cvssava, will find

oca. From its roots are made the ,learned this species 'of cassava is not make short cake add to the gratedroot her questions answered in the foregoing

f farinha, the most common substitute cultivated\ here.: I believe it is in Cuba, an equal quantity of flour or meal], article.] ED. ..
and would succed well in an and the usual quantity of soda. .
probably egg
for bread in that and also
empire, tap- A field
of rice on the St. Cloud Co's.land .
If the best fritters
ioca. In the..normal l state its roots South Florida, and even in this lati you want you have

contain an',acrid but volatile' poison, ;tude. It is a prolific producer, easily : ever eaten, add to the grated root near Kissimmee-; will, it is

prussic acid, but during the process of cultivated, rich in i nutritive properties, milk, eggs, soda and a small quantityof thought, yield one hundred bushelsper

the manufacture farinha, the poison 'and,. if it should find a congenial homein flour, and fry in butter or lard. Fora acre.-- S4

becomes entirely dissipated.To our climate and soil, introduc-- rich pudding add ir'lk' eggs, and a The Floridian learns that the mer-

prepare.the the Brazilians :tion would most likely be an important small quantity of sur.r to the gratedroot chants and planters are more cheerfulnow

first ,remote: the bark or outer addition to the number of our food and bake the same as for. any over the prospects of the cotton

covering of t the roots by scraping, and plants.Of other pudding. .* *t By crop in Leon county than they have
the M. aipi, or "Sweet Cassava, chemical analysis it has been ascertained been for three months past. The
then reduce them to
a pulpyor pasty
as it is sometimes called in contradis- that in the have is than
cassava we yield larger was anticipatedby
them the -
mass by grinding on periphery
tinction to the other, I cannot write the elementsof the and
ingredients, or compound most sanguine, the qualityof
the surface
of ooaen
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of whioh: l Hal 'been; prepared thereforby i from personal knowledge. From an wheat, corn, potatoes! and sugar- the staple is decidedly superior to
article which I find credited the "
to cane in large proportions. last
driving nails, which are subse- Waycross (Ga.) Reporter, the following In a letter from Rev J. H. Moore, I I 4

quently sharpened, into its surface. is taken: I.of Keuka, to the Palatka Daily News, Messrs.\ Archie and l Charley Beggs

The juice, which contains the poisonous "We stated in a former article that that gentleman says : have made the best crop of Sea Island

acid, i is separated by pressure, all kinds of domestic animajs, together "People ask me what I am going to cotton we have heard of this year

and the. process' completed by slowly with' all kinds of poultry would' do :'do with all my cassava, seeing thereare From a three acre patch they have

.. drying the mass in shallow, copper well and fatten on cassava: We will no mills here to manufacture it already gathered 2,100 pounds of seed

pans placed over proper furnaces.To now tell you that it isan excellent sub ,into starch, I tell them I do not need cotton and our informant states they

prepare t1c'tapioca,an authority, stitute for bread and Irish.potatoes.; any: millof that class. During the will get 300"or more pounds yet from

the Encyclopaedia Britanica,if Ireniem- !The way to prepare it for bread, is to winter I feed my cow on Cassava, and the patch. Eight hundred .pounds

ber correctly, says.the starch is obtained first remove the skin .or bark off the better feed for a milch cow vas never per acre is not a sorry yield by any' .

from the j juice that has been tubers, then grate it as you would kmaje. It" is also l splendid to' fatten means.-Madison I Recorder.

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The' 1 FALL PEACHES. I them before they are ripe and the north of Delaware." Again he sayS:
i Orchard
Of these we have three varieties. i fruit is injured. And for this reason "there are a few varieties that seem
.A ::;:;.-, One of them ripens in September beginning we have comparatively gotten but few equally at home in all climates, for
LATE PEACHES. about the first and continuing ,peaches of"My Favorite," and for this example, the Red Astrichoid ; this
v New in through the month, the other two beginning I reason also, we plucked the last peach variety is double starred throughoutthe
Varieties Ripening September -
,,October and November i towards the last of September I unripe-but the birds would get in Northern States, and also in the
!I and continuing to ripen until the mid- their bill first. I am free to state thatif Southern, where this fruit is grown at
AN INTERESTING/LETTER FROM: MR.: dle of October. The first of these I had one hundred of these trees in all, and is one of the few kinds that
DE P.AS8. peaches we have namedTHE good bearing this year, I would have have ripened fruit at all in Florida."
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: JACKSON PROLIFIC, had on the 20th of this month, one Off again ; it is worthless in the South-
Not the "last rose of .summer," Mr.Editor because it originaied on the plantationof hundred bushels of fruit on the trees west ; a fine tree but no fruit, and soon
,was plucked from my trees on Col. John F. Jackson,of Levyville, and peaches this day, the 27th of Oc- a curious argument to prove that
October k3th, and it was not fully I Levy county. It is a clearstone, meat tober. apples at least may be acclimated.The .
ripe at that. Your letter with the white, skin creamy and beautifullytinted This year we tested the keeping very argument, in part, teachesme
pleasant reminder-that]! had promisedyou on sunny side. It is a most de- qualities of this fruit by laying a tew there is no such thing as acclimating -
an article, reaching me the very liciously flavored peach and of medium in our secretary two weeks which ripened -I the apple, and if Mr. Steele takes
day that my last peach was taken I I site. Col.] Jackson says, when the well and which were delicious. i any other particular tree or plant, I
from the tree, suggested the above place was bought by him it was a Permit me to say here that I will havein I shall expect him to get just about as
heading and induced me to write on small tree. The prior owner knew press in a few days a small pam- far with it.
the FALL PEACH. nothing of it. When the tree came to phlet, in which will be a brief historyof Mr. Steele,you too,I accuse of"sour
The importance of the peach indus- maturity and bore, the exellency of the peach in Florida suggestions grapes." In regard to the Bidwell
try to Florida is not as fully appreciated -I the fruit and lateness induced him to as to cultivation, fertilizing, pruning, peach, what other description would
as it will be'in a few years to come. plant an orchard from the seed whichhe etc., and which I hope to have readyby you ask? What could you expect of
Among agreat: many reasons for this, did,and they have never failed hima the middle of November.JAS. an honest description, further than I
the most of which we propose to notice heavy crop in nine years.MY "I P. DEPASS. gave in the DISPATCH August 16th ?
inTthe near future, may be men- 'II \ FAVORITESare 1 Archer, Fla., October. .-27. 1886. I used there the best words my limi-
., tioned the knowledge of such varietiesas I of two kinds, the white and the Can Fruits be Acclimated ? ted education would let me. Previousto
can be relied on to bear good fruit yellow. They ripen their fruit the Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: that, Mr. Gore, of the Orange
-those which have borne the test of last of September and continue until I see in the last number of the DISPATCH County Reporter, the oldest paper
the years. In Florida there are a the middle of October. These peachesare I that for some reason Mr. Steele here, and one that ranks with any in
great many varieties of peaches, but it of fine size, delightful flavor, clear yet courts a discussion on the accli- the State, and as he is a neighbor of
is ademonstrated: fact that they all stones remarkably heavy bearers and mating-plants question, and if he had Mr. Bidwellhe visited grounds,and
will not bear every year, nor will they have never failed to bear me good used any arguments in favor of his wrote a careful description of trees
only in exceptional years ; hence, I crops for the last seven years. WhenI theory other than mere assertion, then and fruit, as did Mr. Edwards 6f the
therefore, it is necessary for the buyerto 1 bought my home in 1876 these trees i I would I have something to reply to. Daily Record, and Mr. Vaughn, of
purchase kinds which have been i were on it and were very small. I He mentions Downing's works::;, and the Sentinel, both of them finely edited
tested. It is worthy of notice also, I left them where the seed came up and I from it gathers the fact that all the papers, that have a wide circulation
that great value must be attached to i without cultivation or fertilizing or I apples in use have originated from J\lr.lsaacs, of the Highland Press, with
trees raised in one section over another pruning. These faithful friends have one common source-the wild crab- the othersvisited? the grounds, and saw
sofar as Florida is concerned, for if never failed to yield me fruit. The apple of Europe. I hardly think he the fruit as it was ripening on the trees,
this was not the case, then trees raisedin White is just within my garden, where reads Downing as saying it in that and wrote descriptions as they saw it,
Georgia, South Carolina or New 1! half of it may be said to have been way. Europe is a large country, and and it has gone out in that way, over
Jersey would be as valuable as ours. I! cultivated, with my strawberry patch, from the fact that our apples most in the State, and yet you are harping
Experience has demonstrated that !I but the Yellow has grown in the midst use here in America have come to us i ahout a description.
peach trees from other States, outside I of a thick plum orchard where neither from Holland, from England, from i I JAMES MOTT.
the Pien-Tau and Honey are not adapted -,I plow nor hoe nor fertilizer has ever France, from Sweeden, from Russia Orlando,Fla., Nov.4,1886.
to Florida and it is the opinion of a i I been applied. I mention these facts and from Germany, and as the appleis -..-
great many persons, who are practical'I to show that in calling attention to found wild in all countries of a tem- NATIVE PEACHES.
men, that these varieties do better :i these peaches, I do so under the conviction perate climate, it is hardly probablethat -
when they are propagated here. We :i that I believe it safe to plant the apples that we have received Mr. Taber Replies to Mr.Mott.
make these remarks for the purpose of:.I them and that I am calling attentionto from those countries have all had Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
calling attention to the fact that be- varieties which to the State will be their origin from a single tree. I will Since my quiet recent return from
cause a peach may do well in Northern of very great value, not only as a food only state here that if I know any the North I have been devoting such
Middle or Western Florida, it is crop, but as a profitable crop for mar- thing of botany, if by the aid of the time as I could spare from my busi-
no reason why it will do well in South I ket. microscope I have learned anything ness, to looking over the copies of the
eastern or South Florida, for the soil I will make a statement here that about these things, it is that we haveas DISPATCH, which have accumulatedin
and the olimate of these sections are.i may surprise many, but it may illustrate many different families of apples as my absence, and in them have
different. We have peaches now from I a point to do it, viz : That I have there are different countries from noticed several articles written by Mr.\ .
Northern and Middle Florida whichwe I not as many as fifty trees in my or- which they have come. It would seem James Mott, containing statements in
are testing before calling public at- chard of these varieties, and these are to me that Downing told it plain reference to myself, to which I wish to
tention to them. Some of them have young, except the three original trees, I enough, that in his opinion there was I make reply, and if this article should
borne the past two years, but the last one White and two Yellow, the others I no such thing as acclimating the apple, cause such a continuous fusilade from
two years have been unexceptionably : having been planted in orchard last when he said, "every section of coun- him as my last (and for that matter
favorable to peach bearing and for : winter a year ago, dormant buds, and try has its varieties of apples, which, only) one did, I shall doubtless feel
that reason we do not think the test is I bearing this last spring for the first having had their origin there, seem like returning North for a few months
sufficient to offer them as reliable bear- ''I time. But one thousand at least will- particularly adapted to that countryof more and brave the rigors of a New
ers. The object of a nurseryman who go in.their. places this coming. Decem- peculiar soil and climate, or to a England winter rather than face the
, wishes to build up a business and benefit I ber. country of similar soil anU climate," I battery of his"facts" and conundrums,
the State, should be to offer only i I have named my October peaches as "the Newton Pippin grove on th of both of which he seems to have an
those fruits which he knows can be I "My Favorite," simply to call attention Hudson river, where it originated is unlimited supply and of which (contrary -
relied on, especially in a State like I to them. It is my opinion that I acknowledged to be the best apple in to to all precedent) his conundrums -
ours, to which people mainly come, in !1 peach-growers or nurserymen; in thei the world ; taken to Massachusetts\ it is I seem to be the most deadly. As
order to cultivate fruit. We would i i State ought to preserve their fruit, a failure." Again, Mr. Steele himself I' for his "facts," Mr. Mott vouchsafes
therefore recommend the people to buy identify varieties and settle on names, I "the Fameuse is the most profitable the assertion that he makes no statements -
the Pien-Tau and the Honey, and if so that confusion may be avoided and apple in Canada, an old French {II which he does not "know to be
they wish to try others, do so, but if that buyers may not be misled in pur- I variety, and as we come south it begins facts," but unfortunately, in the very
they have not been tested sufficiently, chasing the same variety under differ- I to fail, and it is not recommended I same article] makes a great many
that is to say, three or four years, and : ent names. I south of Maryland and Kentucky." j statements that will not bear investi-
years when the crop was a failure by In my section of the Htate we suffer Again he says, "the Baldwin origi- I gation. Among other things he gets Mr.\
reason of unpropitious: seasons, let 1 from birds to an extent which very nated in Massachusetts, and is the best : W. C. Steele. of Switzerland, and my-
them buy sparingly.Now few have the remotest idea of who do apple known in Englandbut can't I self all mixed up and devotes a column -
having laid before the public not know the ravages they commit. be grown in the South," and on the and a half to refuting a state-
these precautions which we have designed From this cause it is scarcely of any other hand, the Shockley originated in ment which he says I made, and which -
to do for some time, we pro- use to have one tree of a kind or even Georgia thrives throughout the Southern I (unfortunately for the veracity of his
ceed to notice our so few as three, for the birds peck States, but it is not recommended facts,) I did not '

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He says in this article (September13th least the same localities, and the names I ]Nu I. ible whites,who "gathered"the nuts by
) that I came at him in the pre- for such fruit are unimportant exceptin fees.GROVE. throwing sticks and stones at the trees
vious number of the DISPATCH, but I so far as not to have too many A- FLORIDA---- ------ -- instead of shaking them, their present

wjll give him my entire nursery stockof synonyms for fruit which expert pomo- .. production is simply wonderful and
\ peach trees (to bud to Bidwell's logists are unable to distinguish opart. Other Nut Trees in Florida. very significant.It .
Early) if he can produce the paper I Now, it was principally in connectionwith The largest and oldest bearing is yet too early in the history of -

showing any such article from my pen, just this class of peaches that my pecan orchard now in Florida, says Florida horticulture to speak very
either in the "previous DISPATCH" or I article of July 26th was written, I Helen Harcourt in her excellent workon positively as to the destined value of
in any other previously previous. He I alluded to other varieties and said Florida Fruits, consists of fifty other nut-trees in her future development. -

asks me what I know about "Apple- that I had a great many others whichI trees, the property of Arthur Brown, But we believe, reasoning from
Growing in Minnesota?" This is one was testing, and some of which prom- of Blackwater, Santa Rosa county ; analogy, and from instances here and
of his conundrums, in reply to which I ised well but of these varieties called they are from twenty-five to forty there that have come to our knowledgeof

have to say that I don't know any- "natives" I wish to say again what I years old, and are pride of their experiments successfully made in

thing about it, nor did I ever pretendto said then, that probably some of them owner, and, as we can certify,justly so. different sections of the State, that the
and not having claimed to, I dou't that have been in. profitable bearing Not only are these trees beautiful in production of nuts of all kinds will

see the pertinence of the question ; and, here so many years would at least do themselves, but their products of sev- eventually become one of bountiful
furthermore, as Mr.\ Mott\ is dealing as well in some other sections of the eral distinct varieties of thin-shelled Florida's leading industries.The .

only in "facts," I would thank him to State, as the same or other varieties pecans, are all that any one could white walnut, the butternut, and
stick to them a little more closely, and (alluding only to the type of Primus desire ; never has the writer tasted the chestnut, especially the Japan

not ascribe everything Ire may see in Persico), brought here from farther pecans as thin shelled, tender, and chestnut, are all quickly maturingtrees
print indiscriminately to me, and par- North, "from whence the change in delicious in flavor as those raisedin and their nuts of superior qual-
ticularly when the articles in questionbear climatic conditions would be more rad- this Blackwater orchard, the pioneerof ity. The white walnut and the but
plainly the signatures of the par- ical." Florida's future pecan industry.The ternut bear in five or six years from

ties who wrote them. I did not intend to the im- nuts of these beautiful trees were the seed. They like a light, sandy
Later on, in this same article, Mr. I pression in that article that I would on exhibition at the New Orleans soil or loam, either naturally or artificially -

Mott goes on to tell us about some plant (either in this section of Floridaor Exposition as coming from "Santa fertilized ; a clay subsoil is no
trees that were sold in that section bya other) these varieties, to the Rosa county, Fla.," and justly at- objection, but it must be dry, whatever
man ; that "he and his trees came exclusion any of the Peen-to and Honey, tracted general attention because of I be its nature. Set the trees forty feet

from God knows where, they were or their descendants, but, on the con- their large size, smooth shell, thin I apart and cultivate between, either to
very fine, he called them I don't know trary, stated that I had about two enough to be crushed in the hand, and i annual crops or the smaller fruit trees,

what, they were mostly Alexander thousand trees of the Peen-to and delicate, sweet flavor. peaches, figs, plums, or grapes, or ber-
Amelia and Early or Late Crawfords, Honey in own orchards; and I This practical proof of what Florida I. ries. The English walnut also succeeds -
I can't tell them apart." Now in con- would also state here what I did not had done, and could do again, at once well, having been thoroughlytested.
nection with this The smaller soft,shell varieties
statement there state in that article, that for the first gave the needed impetus to pecan
to be "fact" and two culture and hundreds of of the walnut most
seems!: one conundrums two after: commencing to plant already are profitableto
the fact is that the statementas peach years trees I set out but very few, ex- young trees from this pioneer orchardare cultivate ; when the common hard-
a whole is true, for Mr.\ Mott\ says cept the Peen-to and Honey, and thatit working their way "upward and shell, variety sells for nine cents a
plainly that he doesn't say anything is after four years' of watching the onward" in almost every county in the pound, the former readily bring four-
which he does of his to fifteen also bear earlier
not "own per- of State. teen ; they
success of some the finest of these
sonal knowledge know to be facts." varieties, as raised by the old settlersin The several varieties in this pioneer than the hard-shell black] walnut.

The conundrums seem to be, first, where this section, that I have taken hold orchard, than which no better can be Chestnuts are very profitable, and
the man came from ? and secondly of some of the choicest of them, and found for planting throughout the one of the most nutritious of fruits,
how Mr.\ Mott found out the am adding them to own orchards State, or outside of it either, or namedas and the Japan chestnut has been
names of the peaches? as he says the and I can produce my unqualified testi-; follows, all of them. being remark- proved to be the best of its kind. It

man that came from "God knows from men who should, from ably soft-shelled: is a small tree and bears at three years
where" called them "I don't know mony their prominence in horticultural I,I TURKEY EGG. old ; of moderate size, very handsomefor

what" and "I can't tell them apart" pursuits be acknowledged as good II I Very large, long ; mottled marks lawns, as well as of. great money
and yet in the same paragraph goes on authority that we already have in and black stripes, very distinct when value ; like the other nut bearers, it
to say that "they were mostly Alex- this locality several varieties of first gathered ; sweet, tender, and delicious flourishes on sandy soils with dry sub-
ander Amelia and soil. The and of the
Early or Late in flavor. nuts are large
peaches that not only strong and
Crawfords." Now I grow finest
would like to and in GEORGIA MELON. quality.
ask Mr.\ Mott\ how in the vigorous every way prove >-H
name of the Very large ; rather round at one
themselves the climate of
adapted to ( Setting Cut Pecan Trees.I .
most enlightened pomology, he found end, flat at the other ; dark stripesover
this section at least) but also bear fruit notice in your paper of October4th
out the names of those trees ? As to the entire nut like the famous
after in abundant quantitiesand advice from a Texas
year pecan
Mr.\ Mott'a\ that it
statement is absurdto Georgia watermelon, hence the name
of a quality that even the vener- grower. What we want are facts not
classify peaches and say to what able "Grandpap" himself as alludedto given it ; meat of first quality in every extravagant talk. Now for a few
strain they belong, I quote from an by "Up-River Correspondent"would respect. From one tree of this varietyMr. words : Mr. Goodbread, of Hamilton
article written by Mr. P. J. Berck- \ Brown gathered at one gathering
I think be Florida has
willing to rank as county, a pecan tree "
mans, than whom, there is probably no (December) one hundred and thirty
"Perl ico Imp eria lis, and I can say about thirty years old! that has been
better authority on the subject in pounds of nuts.
with at least as near an approach to bearing for a number of years as highas
America in which he
says: "In REPTON.
"facts" as were the numerous state seven bushels. The tree is forty
peaches we have in the Persian type Large ; shell rather .whitish, one
ments made by Mr. Mott as containedin feet high and measures teven fet t in
certain strains which retain lineage end round,the other decidedly pointed ;
his dissertation of September 13th, circumference, has branches extendingout
traces throughout the various genera- (in which he dealt in that article only) black points ; meat sweet and tender ; and overlapping each other on
tions and hybridisms, thus the Mela-\ tree remarkably beautiful. Fr m one
that during two months' sojourn Northin either side fifteen feet. It is so heavily
cotoon strain of which the Crawford. Repton tree, said to be forty years old,
the heights of the peach season, I loaded with nuts that it has the formof'
Susqu hannah, Fleitas, and other over five hundred pounds of nuts were
found but few peaches in the marketsof a weeping willow. His son, post-
yellow freestones are representatives, New York and Philadelphia which gathered,this past season. master at Tyner, Florida, has a tree
the Heath strain, the Lemon Cling suited my palate better than some va- TEXAS. that produced one quart of nuts in
strain, the Rareripe strain, the In- I rieties of our Baker county peaches Quite large, some very long ; white seven years from the seed. The tree
dian strain, etc." But leaving out that I have eaten here during the hull ; black points. stands eighteen feet high. E. M.
this and other "
abundant corroborative four but which Mr. Mott RIBEKA. Smith of Hamilton
past seasons, county, set out a
evidence altogether and confin- seems to think must he of Plebian Large ; few black marks, and pointedat tree three feet high that bore a few
ing ourselves to the virtue of the fruit both ends meat fine.
if indeed ; very in three
parentage, they have any nuts years.
itself without regard to parentage, 1 parentage at all. PETITE. The above trees are all on high
suppose that we will all admit that Wishing for Mr. Mott all possible Small and plump ; white hull ; very pine land. No doubt hammock landis

any variety of peach, like a rose, by success with the peach that he is in- desirable.In preferable, but low pine land well
other name, would smell (taste) addition to these the Blackwater
troducing,and realizing most fully the drained, will prove acceptable. Trees
as sweet, and after a generation of f \ orchard contains several varieties -
benefits that will accrue to the fruit- pecan should be set out thirty-five feet apart.
trees have established, in any locality, growers of Florida by the introductionof large and excellent, but not yet Other trees of small growth, or better

their virtues as to both quantity and all such varieties as shall prove named. still, some crops, can be raised betweenthe
quality of fruit, that by budding from themselves When we consider that this orchardwas
adapted to the State-at- trees for a few years to advantage.By .
those trees they may be safely countedon abandoned for twenty left
I years it will
large, am yours truly, so doing prove a profitable
to reproduce their good qualities G. L. TABER.Glen to take care of itself, and at the mercyof investment. F. S. CONE.
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Mass.\ write us under date of October i I I entrance should be cut on the bottomof
]Varrke! ng. 21st,as follows : JIpiarr the front side eight inches long by
0: __ I "In an article in the DISPATCH of I ,- I half] inch deep. There are two methods -
Commission Merchants Defended. October 4th, headed 'Selling our Or- HIVES. i of making the rabbets or rests for
Editor of FLORIDA DISPATCH: anges'-'Shall we profit by the experience ) ; the frames, which should be cut before -
Being a constant reader of your I of other lands'-we notice I The Best Make for Florida by an I the body of the hive is nailed to-
valuable paper, and a heavy land I this statement : 'Three million boxes 'I Experienced Apiarian. gether ; one is by sawing out a strip
- owner in our glorious State, I have i of Mediterranean\ fruit-all that comes Editor- FLORIDA DISPATCH : three quarters by one-half of an inch
become utterly disgusted with the i to our shores-are handled by one In recommending the adoption of a from the inside of the top of the front
vast amount of abuse heaped upon the firm in New York. bee hive and frame for the climate of and rear pieces. The other methodis
commission merchants in general by I 'Vhileitis well known that New York Florida, for the use of beginners, I to saw off a strip just three-quarters
'various correspondents of your paper. I I receives an enormous amount of Medi-- have no hesitancy in saying a deep of an inch from both front and rear
Such "would-be" judges had better I.I terranian fruit, it is also well known frame is to be preferred to a shallowone pieces, leaving them just twelve inches
learn that supply and demand usually I that Boston receives several hundred and shall, therefore, advise all high, and then nailing a strip three
regulate prices, all other things being j thousand packages yearly, and sells I. who are inexperienced in hee-kee; ing inches by seven-eighths of an inch
equal. We are represented in every I I them at public auction. that desire to secure a surplus of honey flush with the top of the end pieces,
large city East, North and West by "We last season had some very satis-I in a favorable season, with the least which will give a frame rest or rabbet
able and honest commission merchants.If [ factory sales of Florida fruit, possible labor and expense to make or of seven-eighths of an inch instead of
we indulge in trying every new I happy to he able to state, as a matter ;j procure what is kno n as the Gallup j I I one-half of an .inch as in the other
house that hands us a pretty card, or of fact, that the Boston agents of the Frame. Though not considered so method. These pieces will strengthenthe
furnishes a flattering canvasser, and II Florida Fruit Exchange, did better i popular, nor as generally used as the I hive, and can be used as handles to
are bitten, the fault is ours. I say let for the Exchange than any other I Langstroth Frame, it has its advocates lift by. If metal rabbets are desired
us be honorable and not condemn a agents in the country, making quicker I among the most prominent of our for the frames to rest upon instead of
business, or a class of merchants, that returns and better prices." Northern apiarists, and the yield of the plain wood rabbet, the front
have done much to help develop Flor i Our article should have read. All honey procured by its use has seldom, and rear pieces should be just
ida's leading industries. In reading I that comes to this country through the if ever, been excelled by the most eleven and five-eighths inches high
many articles referred to, one might I port of New York.-ED. I zealous advocate of the Ltingstroth, I instead of twelve inches. Then procure -
think the commission business is car- HH Frame and Hive. I I a strip of tin one and a half inches
ried on principally by a band of rob- Our Transportation. In preparing hives, frames, and wide and thirteen and a half long,'
\bers. Fortunately, however, such is Florida has been liberal with' the rail- other requisites necessary for but a few fold it just three-eighths on one edge
not the opinion of many of the largest road companies, even going so far as colonies of bees, I would suggest that i I and close all but one-quarter of an
fruit and vegetable-growers that have to grant land of sufficient value to I in many parts of the State it will be inch, this when hooked on the wood
gone North and learned the vastnessof build their roads. But it seems that I more profitable to either make, or have rabbets will leave a smooth-edge for
the commission business, and how it they are not satisfied. The DeLand made'at home what is required, thanto the frames to rest upon. The broad
is conducted by the leading merchants Agriculturist says : "The public con- send to some distant supply dealer, part of the tin can he tacked in placeon
represented in Florida.Ve need venience has not been taken into account as transportation charges are frequently the inside of top of hive. The
quicker transportation and fewer nor the claims of the public exhorbitant. Where partiesare bottom board can be either made in
transfers of fruit en route to market ; recognized in the least. Their plan is within reasonable distance of a I one or or two pieces ns desired. It
the adoption of the standard guage to go on the "grab all" system, and saw and planing-mill, our native pine should project from four to six inches
track should grant both necessities.We suck all that can be got out of the lumber will answer admirably for for an alighting board and be well
also have sufficient cause to ex- poor, struggling agriculturist. This hives (though somewhat heavy), when : cleated front and rear to prevent
pect a liberal reduction in freight rates was not the purpose of our law makers well made, are exceedingly durable. i warping. If in a single piece, it can
at an early date. If we encourage the in allowing those liberal grants of Before giving any dimensions of mate- : be used] as a c >ver if necessary.! The
co-operation of the leading commission land, and ice feel confident that in I rial, I would say it is of the utmost I second-story hhonM( he made exactly
merchants, instead of condemningthem every case where the road has been i importance for future success that each l the same as the body of the hive ex:
and their honorable business, 'deviated from its original course thatit hive, frame and super shall be exactlythe I cept the rabbet should be cut three-
we may make greater speed in the entails a forfeiture of the grant. counterpart of any other of the eighths of an inch deeper than tint in
right direction. Other States have had to fight railroad same style on the yard, as the size of the ]lower story, in order to drop the
I shall not condemn the Florida monopolists, and have beaten them the Gallup Frame is eleven and a frames nearer those below or the bees
Fruit Exchange ; let those endorse too, as the grangers did, and unless the : quarter by eleven and a quarter inches, I I may build small pieces of comb be-
'and support it that wish. I wish, how- agriculturists of Florida do the same, square outside, and that a space of I.: tween the frames which if broken may
ever, to state, in justice ,.o the commis- they will find themselves unmercifullydealt three-eighths of an inch should be left incite robbing during a honey drouth.
sion business, that I have seen the with. Our next Legislatuie i on the sides for the bees to pass: freely, I Al'ow' three,eighths of an inch above
orange market in a large city decline should appoint a railroad commissionto the hive should be just twelve inches I the frames in this story also for bees to
about one dollar per box in one day stand between the corporations-and wide and twelve inches from the rabbet I pass under the cover and protect themselves -
through moderate receipts of Ex- the public, so as to have this vexed or rest for the top bar of the frameto I from) ninth-worms. The second-
change fruit being thrust upon the I I matter settled."-Alachua Advocate. the bottom of the hive, this gives I story will require a three inch strip on
. market, when, had the same fruit been I 4I I eleven and one-quarter inches for timeframe I front and rear of bottom, as well as
placed in the hands of the commission I The Exchange. I and three quarters of an inch the top. When properly made the
trade, the market, no doubt would Wra.P. Neeld, of Pinellas, Hillsboro' Ihetwepn the frame and bottom.board. hive will contain eightten frames
have held firm in prices. Furthermore county, Florida, writes the DISPATCH : I Allow one-half inch for thickness of sev eighths of an inch wide-and is
I have seen Exchange vegeta- I have always favored the Fruit top bar of frame, and three eighthsof suitable f>r securing extracted honeyas
bles placed beside those sold by com- Exchange as fc means of controllingthe an inch for space ,between frames well as comb honey for family use.
mission merchants. All were about of market and distributing the crop, and cover, which will make the ends It is advisable] to make one hive perfect
same quality, so far as I could judge, and still think that if they did nothingmore and sides of the hive twelve and seven- before cutting out the material for
and the purchaser claimed the sameas than ship in car-load lots, and I eighths inches high to be exact, for others especially inexperienced i in
to condition and quality ; the Ex- distribute the shipments, that alone these dimentions understood well. wood-working. The cover can be
change stock was sold fifty cents per I would be a big thing. It is not for seasoned lumber i is to be used. made similar to the bottom board, well
box less than those sold by the commission me though, to say, or even suggesta The pieces for the botly of the hive cleated at the ends to prevent warping.A .
houses; vegetables came on better plan than those who are should be the fjllowing size, of. good coat of paint will add much to .
the same boat, and were sold on the : managing the Exchange have in oper- I well-seasoned dressed native pine or the appearance of the hive though it
same wharf. I know whereof I speak. I ation. I say,friends, stick to the Exchange i cypress boards is not absolutely necessary if economy
We need to give more attention to I as long as you can-bear with For the front and back of the hive cut is desired. Instructions for making
the better cultivation of fruits and I them and they will get better or best two pieces thirteen audone,half inches: frames will be furnished later.J .
vegetables, not count our money by after a while. If this company does long by thirteen inches high and j jI o. Y. DETWILER.New .
the number of acres in cultivation, but not make it a success it will be reor- I seven-eighths of an inch thick. For I II Smyrna, F'Iorida.Considerable .
by the quality of what the produce, ganized and conducted on a plan that I the ends cut two pieces thirteen: and I Ii
how we gather, assort and pack it. will succeed,and be a means of salvationto i three-quarter inches long by thir- rye for winter pastu-
When this lesson is learned, we shall the growers. Random shipmentsin : teen inches high and seveneighthsof rage is being planted by Alachua
hear less of dishonest commission mer- small lots and to any man in any an inch thick. These pieces farmers.
chants. SUBSCRIBER. market is too "utterly utter" to talk when properly nailed together, ..
.. about We of Tampa Bay, can sell] should enclose a space thirteen and :
The Boston Market. our fruit in a mile or two of the groves, nne-half inches long, twelve inches The sugar cane crop of Sumpter
Messrs. Harris & Co., auctioneers on the water's edge, or ship as seems wide and thirteen inches deep. As county is short this year. This was
.i,' and commission merchants of Boston, most profitable. this is for the body of the hive, an caused by the freeze last January.'n .-
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far from the truth. A quantitative may be changed into a semi-tropical I

grasses, analysis shows a very low per cent. of wonder of poetic beauty. All these pmall fruits'

__ '_ r_ -_ -----. nutritive elements, and Baron Mueller\ places want is population to demandthe

ST. AUGUSTINE GRASS. in his work quoted above says of it : execution of the work. The The Strawberry--Its Wide Range.

"It is perennial, creeping, and admir- desert will blossom as the rose when-
, Its Value--Verdict of the Horse and ably adapted to binding sea sands and I ever men come to need it. Who Few, if any, of our cultivated fruits

Mule. river banks ; also for forming garden would have thought 100 years ago have as wide a range as the Straw-

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH' : edges and for establishing a grass that the rocky barrens and sand berry, which grows and produces its

As this grass just now i is attracting sward on lawns much subjected to banks of New York's vicinity would delicious berries almost from the line

considerable attention, a few items relating traffic, and besides it is of some valueas now be covered with fine residences in of frost
perpetual to the tropics. We
to its botany and utility maybe a pasture." In this work he givesan the midst of the most fertile and best

of interest to the readers of the analysis of thirteen grasses, four of cultivated farms in the world? Time, have been following the celebrated

FLORIDA DISPATCH. In a recent issue which are indigenous, and four"of the population and wise government will Arctic explorer, Lieutenant Schwatka,

of a Jacksonville pawer, it is ad- others either naturalized or cultivatedin work wonders under our later-day (who is now leading an expeditionfitted

vertised as "The Coming Lawn Grass the United States. civilization. Let but the
; Stenotaphrum us lay out by the New York Times,
Slenotaphron glabrum. I think thereis Americanum is one of the native spe foundation securely and the elementsnow into
regions of Alaska hitherto
no uncertainty as to the identity of'the cies. We have English names for the at work will finish the structurein
plant indicated. Without doubtit visited,) and learn from him that at
exotics, but none for the native species. the highest perfection of humanart. ,

is what is known to Botanists of the In Australia they cultivate these native There are none of our coast Icy Bay, in about 60 north latitude,

present generation as Stenotaphrum I species of ours and have given lands that will not in time become on the 17th of July, when he landednear
Americanum iw'chranuk:: and identical them In the following valuable and in this
English n me" as population a tremendous glacier which
with & dimidiatum of Thumberg, S. list I the the is with
give English name, country increasing prodigious
hung and projected into the he
glabrum of Trinius and Jtottboeltra sea,
botanical name, and the total percent speed, that time is not very far off in
dimidiatum of Elliott. But it is recognized of valuable ingredients, viz. : the future. found a "profusion of luscious straw-

asStenotaphrum Americanumby Albumen, gluten, starch, gum and 4 berries." He then proceeds: "We
Dr. Va* in his "Grasses of the I
ey" sugar: i Eradicating Maiden Cane. had been surprised finding; this fruitin
UnitedjStatfs, by Dr. Chapman in his
such fair size and
"Flora of the Southern States goodly quantitieson
Prairie Bromut Unioloides..1 .OO I in of the late numbers of
Baron Eggers in his "Flora of St. Sheep grass grass,Festuca ovina .. ".... ,..19.36 saw, one the flat lands of Yakutat Bay, but
Silt grass, I'aspalum dis'icum. ,. .... ...18.11 the "DISPATCH" a request from one of
Croix and Virgin Islands, and by Buffalo grass, Stenotaphrum Americanum 9.22 I subscribers wishing to know howto here, under the very shadows of Mount\
Baron Von Mueller\ in his "Extra your
St. Elias and surrounded
EXOTICS. get rid of maiden cane. The grass by ice, snow
Plants. In Australia it is
Bermuda grass, Cyodon Dact'jtot..18.75 which I know as maiden cane is a and glaciers on nearly all sides, it is
called "Buffalo in the West Orchard Dactylls glomerata..17.69Velvet
( grass", grass grass,Holcus lanutus ... .. .. 15.67 jointed gr'ss which takes root at every putting it mildly to that
Indies "Horse-grass, and ;in some Canary grass, Phalaris Canariensis_ .18.20 say we were
joint, ana( which I consider a curse to
parts of Florida St. Augustine grass. These analyses and all others givenin land. When I farmed in Marion\ simply astonished to see strawberriesof

This last is certainly a misnomer. It his work are by "Von :Mueller\ and there of about much greater size and in far greater
county was a patch a
is absurd to apply the name of a small L. Rummel," and were all made in thespring. than had
half an acre of this maiden cane in my quantities we seen at the
locality to that is widely
anything so .
hammock field that was a great eye more favorable locality of Yakutat
distributed. It is no more St. Augus- The above tells the t tory of the food
I made effort effortto
sore to me. Bay or to it in favorable
tine than Rockledge put a more
grass grassor value of the Stenotaphrum as compared cultivate the but it would
Daytona grass, or Florida grass or with other grasses, but gives us always master the crops planted in it. comparative light for the general .

Georgia grass or the grass of a hun- ; no clue to its flavor. Upon that pointwe It took a strong mule to pull a small reader, to say that they even rivalled"
dred and one other places. Of its have the testimony of the mule, in sizp and
plow through it, and so I determinedto numbers the wild straw-
habitat, Dr. Chapman says, "Floridato and until we can get something better, the of maiden
patch of
cane. berry patches the United States.
South Carolina along the coast. I think it must stand as the measure
With bull
Dr. Vaey says, Southern States: along of its gustatory qualities. had it a thoroughly scooter or broken tongue plowI both One of the men gathered a four quart

the coast." Baron "all up in less than hours. I
Egger says, JAB H. WHITE. and with hand rakes took out panful two have
islands." Baron Von Mueller\ "South Island Home,Sept. 4, 1886. ways, handful
gathered a two without
root the in and or
Asia i Africa and the -' P. S.-Since writing the above I every put same piles
warmer countries
gave it time to dry and then burnt it, taking my knee off the ground ; and
of America-not known from have seen the Agricultural Report for
and even then every now and againan these, too, of the best flavor. I
any part of Europe or Australia.As 1885, containing a description of very
occasional would notice
to its utility there is quite a difference S. Americanum with this as Lie closing joint escape gathered one clump of a vine which had
and make its but I
opinion.. The agriculturalsage comment : "Horses do not seem to appearance:, never seventeen berries of all stages of ripenessand
place to foot-
of the Times Union nearly ex- like it." The verdict of the mule is gave any spear a get a all each other
hold I would have each rooted touching they were
hausts the vocabulary in its praise; confirmed by that of the horse, and ; spear
out it would make its so thick about half of them
as soon as ap being ripe
both the opinionof
"Up-River.Correspondent, sharply antagonize
The result was I rid
pearance. got enough to be eatable. I do not thinkI
in the DISPATCH of January 19th, our friend of the TimesUnion.

1885, utters a vigorous prbtest against 4"Bents" of the patch, which was a perfect exaggerate in the least when I say
nuisance. The stock would not
such erroneous "doctrines. Both or Beach Grass.If graze that I think it
your strongly probable thatif
the and 1 don't think it
upon grass
and his mule have he who "makes blades of
correspondent a : two small
can be utilized as a forage plant.E. a party was shipwrecked or
low estimate of its value. I a' where
quote only one
grass grow grew
he-I A. BECKETT. cast on the shores of
away Icy Bay
few sentences "I used in is benefactor of
: to try to fore, a Dunedin, Fla.Oct. 26, 1886.
duce my mule to 'live upon the Au- what shall be said of the man who not during the strawberry season they

gustine grass in winter, but after a few only makes the grass grow, but makes Getting Rid of Maiden Cane. could sustain life by this means, if it

mouthfuls the long eared rascal would the land i it< is grown upon ? In the Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: is at all possible to live wholly on this

stick his nose over the top of the stall Golden Gate Park at San Franciscoare Maiden Cane can be readily killed precious fruit. And this strawberryseason
and proclaim his displeasure by a 500 or 600 acres of heretofore
pro. by cutting it off every ten days with a here is not'a short one. We
longed and unearthly howl the mean drifting sand, which was thought to be Dixon Sweep which should be run no
of had them all the time we were at Icy
ing which was unmistakable. beyond all the enterprise of man to deeper than one inch. You do not

If a man was going into the goat business make valuable soil ; nevertheless, if is want to plow the roots up, but to cut Bay, and at Yakutat, where we had a

one might venture to recommendhim now covered with "bents" or beach the tops off. better chance for observation."

to plant the grass in question as grass and studded with 250,000 thriv- 1 have tried this method and knowit ..

a pleasing variety to a monotinous diet ing Monterey cypress and pine trees.
be \
to a success. My cuts The and
uf old boots and tin cans, but I leave And this has been done within the sweep orange vegetable-growers

the reader to decide whether it be as- last three or four years, and the worth- twenty-four four inches and a good hand of I-iand Lake, Sylvan Lake, and
can plow acres a day with it. If
surance or infatuation that would less dunes become stationary. The Paola met at the latter place on the
subscriber does
not know where to obtain
fain persuade an innocent and con- agricultural editor of the Savannah the Dixon Sweep let him write me, 14th ult., to arrange for permanent

fiding public to rear their.pet Jerseys News says that what has been done in GEO. N. MCDONALD. organization.

and other choice stock upon herbage California this respect can be done in Grasmere P.O., :McDonald: Depot Orange --. .-

refused by so unfastidious a quadru- Georgia,Florida and elsewhere. Ty bee County,Fla., Oct. 12.,.1886.. The Fruit-Growers' Association of
ped a? a Florida: mule. I Island can have its shifting beach
Florida raised is sold in Sum-
corn Orange county are making strenuous
These are the two extremes of sands rendered stationary by covering

opinion as to its forage value, and them with vegetation ; so can Amelia terville at seventy-five cents a bushel; efforts to secure lower rates for their

from the best information within reach, and other islands, while Santa Rosa, potatoes at fifty cents. The corn shipments to the North the present

.I conclude the mule's estimate was not with its forty miles stretch of sand dones raised in that section is good. season.

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land. Within a radius of three or four shipments from Manatee bring almost >
plondiana I I II miles of Alva there are over 6000 acres double the prices that they do later, I Poultry.

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OALOOSAHATCHIE COUNTRY all the citrus family, and most of customers can't tell one orange from I A FLORIDA.

which is aleo good for winter garden I another, and when the St. Johns region "A New Fruit for Florida," in This
Induoements to Settlers-Better ing., Within the same radius are to i floods: the market with her sour, i Favored Clime is no Uncom-
Transportation Needed. he found the homes of over thirty set- I unripe fruit, people are distrustful of mon Announcement.
Editor FLORIDA..DISPA.TCH: tlers. The site of Alva is the best on all Florida oranges, Manatee oranges i i But who does not know how tired
Please don't think that because this the upper Caloosahatchie, being on not excepted. I we become even of the royal turkey
part of the State has not been heard pine land that terminates at the.river Here is another fact for St. Johns when served several times iu succes-
from that we are "out of the fight." in a high bank, fully ten or twelve people to masticate : Our oranges are sion ? 1 have a decided novelty to
No, eirl I we have been too busy ; but feet above the water, the river here practically ripe, and nine hundred out propose for some of your curious and
the DISPATCH of September 27th'has being about eighty yards in width oj every thousand produced in our hammock enterprising' citizens, of whom your
stirred me up to the writing point andI and twenty feet in depth. Owing to groves are sweeter and better at columns show there are many, to-wit :
will'stop: setting out cabbage plants the fact that a few miles above Alva this .minute than the coarse grained a new fowl, for those whose fancy runs
long enough to say a few words of en the river becomes narrower and mOTe oranges of the St. Johns will ever be, if in that direction. Imagine the waiter
dorsement of the Florida Fruit and they hang on the tree until the next saying, "How will you.take your cur-
Vegetable Growers Protective Associa I navigation freeze! assow. ggs,fried or poached ?" I con-
tion. 'Tis a move' in the right direc much size. We havt already a And in the first week of Novemberwe clude by quoting a description of this

tion, and should receive the earnest church, school and postoffice. We challenge any man, woman, or six- easy possibility from our friend Al- -
support of every one interested in the want a store, hotel and saw mill.Ve year-old boy in the State to trot out den's Library of Universal Knowledge
cultivation of Florida soil. It is earn- grow all the crops of the counties to with a better, sweeter or more desirable : "Curassow or Hocco (crax) a
estly to be hoped the new associationwill the north of us in the so-called "South orange than we can obtain near here, genus of LARGE [N. B.] gallinaceous
be able to co-operate with the Ex I Florida," and in ,addition some of the notably in the hammock groves of birds, having a strong bill covered at
chan ibetter transportation I I more tropical fruits. "Caloosa I II Colonel C. H. Foster,.Mr.\ F. Whita- the base with a; skin-sometimes
,distribution and marketing of our I hatchie" syrup and honey are well ker, or Rev. E. F. Gates. brightly.colored-in which the nos-
products. I trust the management and widely known, and pronouncedbetter "The proof of the pudding is in the trils are pierced, and the head adorned
the Exchange will be prompt to see than the same articles produced eating." Trot 'em out, or* else be with a crest of feathers pointing for-
the wisdom of the suggestions of the elsewhere. We want, and will welcome silent forevermore on Manatee's green ward, and which can be raised or depressed -
editor of the DISPATCH in regard to good settlers, and have room for oranges. P. W. REASONER. at pleasure. The species,
the reduction of the face value of many such. No where can oe founda Manatee, Fla.'October"25th.. which are not numerous, are natives .
shares, so that they may be placed in more peaceable and law-abiding Climate--Heat.- --- of the warm parts of America. They
the hands of every one interested in people than ours. We invite the careful congregate in flocks, and), although
the success of the Exchange. Monroe I inspection by good people looking We arc so frequently asked, "can a : theylive much among the branches of
county should by all means organize, I for homes in Florida, of the many advantages Northern man live in Florida in summer trees (destroying insects), their habits
and fall into line with the new associa- I we offer here in the valleyof ?" that we deem it best to answer resemble very much those of domestic

tion, as, being in extreme South Flor- the lovely Caloosahatchie. We that question by an extract from Gen. poultry ; are very unsuspicious of dan-
ida,we have a greater burden to bear I are not below the "frost line"-no Spinner, formerly Treasurer of the ger until taught by experience, and
in the way of heavy freights. High part of the State is, but we fire as far United States. The following he easily tamed. The best known speciesC.
transportation rates have kept the main- soutlion the main land as settlements wrote to Commissioner French for ( Alector) is about the size of a turkey -

. land of Monroe county in the background of any size can be made, and are publication : ; its plumage is entirely black. .
as regards trucking. Naturallyfrom exempt from frost.accordingly "Now, I df-sire to say, right here, Abundant in the forests of Guiana.
our favorable location, we ought Again, would I invite all to come that I was more comfortable in regardto Flesh is very good eating; is kept in .
to lead the van in winter gardening, and see-the tourist, our tropical excessive heat, than in any summer poultry yards in_ South America and was
and we all hope that the day is not scenery and lovely river ; the spent in .Washington, District of Columbia introduced into Holland at the close
far distant when we shall do so, but it sportsman, our deer, turkeys, and or at my home in Mohawk, of the last century, where it seemed
is only possible when freight rates acres of. ducks, and rivers and lakes in New York. The truth is, it is completely acclimated, but the stock
become reasonable, and our productsare alive with fish ; and the home-seeker, I hotter in the long days of July and was lost amidst the troubles which ensued -
carried with "safety, celerity and the acres-and-acrea of fertile lands. August, in Quebec, Lower Canada, upon the French Revolution.
dispatch." We have thousands of H. G. BURNET. than it is here. Then, too, we have Yours truly, -
acres that can be devoted to winter I A.lyaIouroe Co., Fla. breezes either from the Gulf of Mexico (REV.) T. W. TnonI'E.Wyandottes. .
gardening that can be bought at from .-.-4 I on the West, or from the Atlantic 4
$2.50 to 50.00 per acre. The facilities )i- A Protest from Manatee. Ocean on the East. These, with the .
for reaching the Caloosahatchiehave Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: trade winds, have a cooling influence A correspondent of an English
improved considerably since the !, In the "State News" column of the upon the atmosphere." poultry journal says: "The Wyan
completion of the Florida Southern I DISPATCH for October 18th, and also The following statement was fur- dottes at present is far from being per- .
Railroad to Charlotte Harbor, with a of the Florida Agriculturist for Octo- nished by him to the State Commis- fect. Some day it will no doubt be
tri-weekly steamer from the terminus, ber 20th, just to hand, we notice, in sioner: elevated considerably; above present
Punta Gorda, to Fort Myers. And substantially the same wording, remarks STATEMENT OF TEMPERATURE position, and then it will take a: long
there is a very good prospect of a in regard to the first shipmentof THE YEAR. time to breed out the objectionable
steamer being put on the river to oranges from the Manatee river, for Mean maximum 76 10 min- Brahma mixture from the feathering,
the mail semi-weekly from Fort this year, in connection with which a ; to establish the rose combs of the pro-
for( 366
carry of well-seasoned advice is imum, 63.20 ; mean average and to fix with certainty the
per type
Myers to Fort Thompson, via Olga i quantity days 69.65. Highest temperature, .
and Alva, on the south and north I thrown in about shipping green 11th 99 The lacing.
But whether We have not yet noticed it July degrees. mercury Time and patience are sure to work
banks respectively. oranges.
but eleven
reached 90 degrees times,
elsewhere but the same wonders, however, but in the mean-
get a steamer or not, we find that pul- presume paragraph and fell below 40 but I
ling a small boat to Myers and back is going the rounds of the other Lowest seven time people cannot be told too often or
times the tem-
is good exercise that has not killed North Florida papers. This is the during November year.21st 33 too plainly when they invest in sittings
any one yet, and as this has been our I nine hundredth and ninety-ninth time perature, degrees. )Wyandotte eggs, not to expect
mode of travel and trasoortation for I that such advice has been hurled at us ------.--- chicks which will bear more than a .

years past, we can exist and be happy down here from the overflowing spleenof Windsor, Alachua county has the slight resemblance to very beautiful
without a steamer, sadly as we need I North and East Florida. It has best corn crop in years.- Cotton crop pictures which from time to time have
I Ii
one. Another of our wants is a store I been the same old cry for. year We little below the appeared in the various poultry jour-
here at Alva, this we want very much I have heard it ad nauseam. i iI 'i ----- average.. --- __ i nals and with which so many of the
indeed, and a good merchant would be I Now, understand, we are not in favor We met with one of our live farmers t, breeders' circulars are adorned.It .
and do trade.If i shipping green oranges. If we can is well known that our American
well patronized a good the other day, and asked him how
one desires further information 1 believe other advices, this practice was I Non+ins are a long way ahead of us in
they any can address the writer. A small i commenced somewhere over along the he stood on financial matters. He I the art of advertising, and it is not
hotel is also needed at Alva for i St. Johns, very early in September; all has gathered five hundred bushels of astonishing: that they should put before -
tourists and sportsmen, and Captain I the papers very quiet. Then on October corn', and will make more than enough I us such a fine ideal. At the same

Nelson will doate an eligible river front I Uth the first shipment goes from eotton to pay his debts, besides havinga time they are frank enough to tell us' .
hullaballoo! Chorus of that the perfect Wyandotte does not
the that will a here; grand
lot to p rson put up large quantity of pork for sale. All
neat building. The country around editorial voices, green oranges from exist. The pictures show us the Wyandotte -
Alva is settling up with a good class Manatee! this was done with two horses.-Lake of the future, not as it is found

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." moat tender of the tea roses and have i than by any other system of propagation -, Vegetable C arden

Floriculture, them in bloom all the year. The following as the cuttings in reality are ,

item from Vick'st; Magazine; placed in water, and will not wilt,

_ BY. W. C. STEELE. may show a way to surmount this provided the water is not allowed to Potato Rot.

-.. --- -- difficulty : "Some of our readers in dry out. Still, the tender slip, until
The potato rot is caused by a pari-
--f.--: Jamaica and other tropical localities rooted, will not endure a long contiu- sitic fungus, Phytephthora infestans
have mentioned the fact that the ation of very high temperature.andwe ,
A New Tree which grows in leaves and stems as
do not bloom would advise that
hybrid perpetual roses propagation be
Editor Floriculture: I well as in tubers. Early in the
well. This is true of this class of done at such seasons tbat they grow-
In my opinion one of the most desi- ing season the external threads of the
roses in all hot countries. A practical have as near as possible a uniform
rable flowering shrubs that can be fungus may be detected on the stems
for it is said to be the of
planted out in South :Florida is the remedy temperature seventy-five or eighty and leaves of the potato in the form of
of the different varieties in the When rooted
budding upon degrees sunlight.
Tecoma stans. The plant Is sometimes patches of fine white mould, which
the stocks of tea rose. This is a simple they should be potted in dry soil, suchas
known in Florida as the "Yellow causes, later on, a more or less extensive -
method and if efficient would is recommended for seeds in.
Elder, a misnomer, as the plants are browning decay of theseparts.The .
enrich the of the should be in
greatly rosery They placed pots not exceeding -
not at all related to the Elder. It has i rot of the tubers may be either
This plan is certainly two and half inches in diam-
tropics. a
been, probaoly, so named on accountof I dry or wet, and may continue after the
of trial but should be eter and treated
worthy care carefully by shading
its drooping pinnate elder-like I potatoes are dug and housed. The disease -
used in the stocks. A for three "
selecting strong and'watering two or days.
leaves. It is a native of the West In- has been known for many year
of the noisette The condition"for of
i growing variety or "proper cuttings
dies ; may be seen growing everywhere It is present each :year, but is disastrous -
will be best. The succulent such
climbing tea, growth, as geraniums,
on the rocky castle-crowned heights in only in exceptional seasons. It
of the finest is is when the wood .will
Washington, one a etc., young
the rear of Havana, though there is believed to be worse in wet than in
strong and vigorous grower and is break when bent over at a short
dwarfed by the stubborness of the soil. dry weather; on low land than on up
seldom out of bloom.Plumbago If the wood bends without
In Florida it is perfectly at home, and I angle. lands ; on clay soil than on sand ; in
it is too old.ED.Telegraph .
makes an enormous growth, bloomingthe .-.<. thin.skinned white varieties than in
second year from seed or cutting.It in Florida.A Plant. thick.skinned red one ,

is cut to the ground by heavy frosts, most charming old plan t is Plum- The Agricultural Department are

but this is not such a serious objectionas bago cap ens is. It is a great bloomer .. Desmodium gyrans.-The sensitiveness investigating this disease and wish to
and of culture and the fact to touch of the well-known Sen-
one might suppose ; for exampleour ,- very easy obtain a more complete knowledge of
one year old plants, at that time that it has flowers of a most delicate sitive plant (Mimosa\ pudica) and its distribution and of the losses occa-

one to four feet high, and having been lavender blue, a very unusual color Dionasa is singular enough, but the tioned thereby in various parts of the

once transplanted besides, were frozen among plants, will recommend it to movements of the leaves of this Des- United States. With this end in view

down last winter three separate times. the amateur who is in search of some- modium seem still more curious, and the following questions have been pre

last had thing desirable. It should be cut back up to the present have baffled our best We
(The two freezes only tiny ;. pared. trust our gardeners will
little shoots to work on.) The sameplants often to promote a free growth of new observers. The n'ovement.may be give this their attention, it is a matter -

+ standing close together in nur- branches, as the flowers are always I observed on a light warm day, when of importance and the Departmentmust

sery rows, with only ordinary cultiva- borne on new growth. In shape, the the plant is standing in a temperatureof have facts in order to make in-
flowors resemble those of the Phlox about 80. The two small lateral
tion and no fertilizer whatever, now telligent experiments or arrive at in-
form a wall of green ten; and twelve and are borne on a short spike, loosely leaflets may then be observed to move telligent conclusions. Address repliesto

feet high, and the great trusses of clustered along it. It is very profuse, upwards, and downwards ; first the Norman J. Colman, Commissionerof

fragrant, yellow flowers, are beginningto and blooms most of the season. It is an one and then the other, now resting a Agriculture, Washington, D. C.:
excellent winter flower. In Florida moment, then starting again with a
appear. In one week they will be 1. In your county, about what. percent -
this makes shrub which is almost jerk. The movement is quite sponta-
a perfect maze of beauty. Imaginethe plant a of this year's potato crop was
constantly in bloom. neous, the plant not being perceptibly
fragrant flowers of the QelseminumSempervirens destroyed by rot 2
(Carolina yellow jessa- Plumbago larpentee is a dwarf vari- sensitive to the touch. Truly it is a 2. What per cent. of last year's crop

mine) slightly enlarged and gatheredinto ety creeping along the surface. The vegetable wonder, and deserves a I was destroyed ?

immense clusters from six inchesto flowers are like those of P. capensis place in every warm greenhouse on 3. About what per cent. of the har-

a foot across, in such quantities as except in color which is very dark that account. It is easily propagatedeither vested crop of 1885 was lost duringthe

to half-smother the very foilage, and blue almost purple.ED. by means of seeds or cuttings.It winter and spring by a continuation -

is a rapid grower, and, though it is of the in cellars '
you have the Tecoma stans. ------ rot and S .}age
not handsome, still it is a graceful
It is a good idea to draw up the Rooting Cuttings. pits?
plant. It to a height of about
earth around' the base of the stem of Peter Henderson gives the follow- grows 4. Were any varieties entirely free
two feet. Any light soil will suit it,
the of winter from rot, or freer than others? .
plant at
approach ing plain directions for rooting cut- and the higher the temperature in
it in when the 5. Was the season of 1886 wet or
removing spring dangerof in "Take
tings saucers : any common
which it stands the more perceptible.
? In 1885?
frost is If frozen down then dry
over. saucer or plate, into which put sand to are its movements. I do not think it :
'" buds will all be and 6. Did early or late varieties rot
the not destroyed, the depth of an inch or so. Then pre- would thrive in winter in temperaturelower
the root will immediately send up the cuttings in the usual manner, most ?
pare than 55 It is a native of In-
strong shoots. The plant delights ina and place them in the sand close enoughto 7. Did you observe any instances in
dia, and is a member or the

high, well-drained situation ; will touch each other. The sand is thento .- Illustrated. peafamily. which location (wet or dry,) or qual-
grow best where there is a yellow subS be watered so as to bring it into the .--4 ity of soil (sand, loam, clay, etc.,) affected -

foil, but thrives almost anywhere ,on condition of mud. The saucer thus It is to the small rose of China thatwe the severity of the disease ? '
land. In situations it 8. DM the weather (cold or hot, wet
high protected filled with slips may be placed on the owe the most marked advance to-
forms a tree twenty or twentyfivefeet window sill and exposed to the suu. ward the modern standard. The tea or dry) exert any marked influence ?

in height with a diameter of four The cuttings must be fully exposed to rose had the habit of blooming, not 9. What remedies or means of pre-

or five inches at base of the stem. the sun, and never shaded. But one annually alone, as did all known in vention, if any, did you try? and with

Such a specimen might have been seen condition is what results ?
absolutely essential to Europe before its introduction, but I
before the freeze on the grounds of success : Until the cuttings take root, continuously, or at lerst in monthly [In case there was no rot, your state-
Rev. Edmund Lee in Manatee\ Vil- ment to that effect will be of use.1.4 .]
the sand must be kept continually sat crops. This habit of the Chiua roee

lage.For urated with water, and always in the was taken advantage of and was arti- ---

forming screens in front of unsightly condition of mud. To do this the ficially hybridized with other large- The consignment of perishable products -

objects, or grown as single slips must be watered at least once a growing sorts-with damask and provence must lead to failure. What con-

specimens or in groups on the lawn, we day with a very fine rose water-pot, I roses, old favorites of the garden ; trol has the producer over the commis-

know of no more desirable shrub for and the watering must be done very with the single yellow and the Persian sion merchant ?

South Florida than Tecoma Stans. gently, else the cuttings may bp roses-and from the progeny thus obtained -i -.... '

.. P. W. REASONER. washed cut. There is every certaintythat with infinite ingenuity and Much has been said about the fail
: Manatee, Flu., Oct. 18,18S6. cent. of the cuttings have such of the of the
ninety-nine per pains come triumphs ure vegetable crop. Had the

4 put -in will take root, provided I gardener's art as Marechal Niel, opinion of a practical grower been
S Hybrid Perpetual Roseq. they were in the proper condition I L'France and Catharine Marmot. All taken he would have condemned the

These have proven very unsatis- when placed in the saucer, and that of these have also some of the proper- system under which they were pro,

factory here. The flowers are very the temperature has not been lower ties of the tea rose ; they have also duced. The large acres planted-

fine, but as they bloom freely but once I than sixty degrees for greenhouse some of the marks of the various quartering without regard to protection from cold,

: a year, that is in the spring, giving a I plants, or l less than eighty degrees for of their peidgree, and one may want of proper cultivation and such

.', few scattering blossoms in the fall]], they I tropical plants. By the saucer ys say that for their production strains fertilizers adapted to the soil, one acre

do not pay for the space they OCCUP ; tern a higher degree of temperature have been introduced from every quar- with all the necessary requirementswill

especially as we can grow any" of the may be maintained without injury ter of the Northern hemisphere. pay, where five without will not.


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EDITORIAL t DEPARTMENT._ I Ir catch trade ; that some commission IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. I have no money invested in the fruit

I merchants send out* soliciting agentsat they handle, will undersell me." This
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. Fruit"Exchange Stock to be Re-
a cost greater than the legitimate duced to Ten Dollars a 1 is the whole matter in a nutshell.

About Peaches profit thus sfcured, and for which Share. When we market our oranges through o

Our readers will find a letter from they make themselves whole by ren- According to the Laws of Floridathe one channel, as lemons are marketed,

Mr.DePass on another page. It will repay dering fraudulent returns. If the shares of all stock companies or- I they will have a fixed value, and we

a careful perusal by all who are above words do not mean this, theydo ganized under the::General Incorpor- can sell them as readily as we can now

interested in peach-culture in Florida. not mean anything.It ation Act cannot be less than one hundred sell lemons.
is from these dollars each. The Fruit Ex- t I'
clearly apparent I
We've Got 'em on the List.
Overcrowded.We change was organized under this act
statements, which are corroborated by The Porter Bros Co., are assiduously
have been compelled, by stress the experience of most shippers thatin and the shares put at the lowest possi- circulating the following or- .

of matter, to sacrifice appearance and all large markets there are unprincipled ble figure namely, one hundred dollars.] : among
let our types "solid" this week. We commission the Florida Many growers think the shares too
men in "We can see no reason why the
hope ere long to appear in a new dress high, and furthermore with a capital
trade. We do not mean to implicate growers of Florida cannot ship their
of"brevier," which will give us more commission merchants as a class ; we stock of $50,000 the membership is fruit direct to us and save the unnec-

'pace for the interesting contributorsthat have repeatedly said, for integrity and limited to five hundred stockholders.We I cessary expense which is incurred by
are pouring in upon us. are authorized tojanuounce: that i shipping through the Florida Ex-
.. .. ability they will compare favorablywith I: change. Our shipments last year,
to meet the wish of the in this
in other lines of growers
engaged i coming direct from the were
To Friends of the Dispatch. I' growers ;
trade. But, unfortunately for shippers, matter the Directors and Management: far in excess of those we received
of the DISPATCH will
The readers .
the unreliable and irresponsible houses will take immediate steps to obtain through the Enchange. While, of

confer a favor on its publishers if, make prices to which all must con- special legislation which will enable | course, everybody has a right to do as
when writing to those who advertise the Exchange to place the value of! they please, we believe it would be for
form. In "market the lowest
every the best interest of the
mention to send
in the paper, they will always growers
shares at ten dollars instead of one 1
the advertisement in the offer on any commodity governs prices. I their fruit direct, and as we stated
having seen
Oranges in the hands of one commis- hundred dollars as now. This will above, save 'the additional expense
DISPATCH. Advertisers are always sion house are in competition with all bring the stock within the reach of all, which is incurred by passing throughthe
anxious to know which bring "
papers Exchange.
and increase the
membership to five
oranges in the same market in other .
them the most customers. It costs no more to the
hands. When one firm cuts pricesthe thousand producers. Until this legis- i / ship through
lation can be obtained the stock will i Exchange than direct to commission
Commission Merchants'Defended.. rest follow by the law of competition. I
be issued in fractional l shares of ten : merchants, in fact taking into account ,
it is
In because
We this week in another our opinion,
publish guarantees as to freight rates and
dollars or multiples thereof. This is
Florida have thus been
article under the above oranges
column, an claims it costs less. The above is
one of the most important steps that I a
We believe the writer has brought into competition with them-
heading. I willful]] misstatement designed
has thus far been taken toward obtain evidently -
selves, and for no other reason, that I
the best interests of our fruit andvegetablegro I
: to deceive uninformed
ing a better system of marketing our growers. .
the have declined for the
prices pastthree I
iers heart he
at gives
\ a
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fruit and II
;vegetables, and unless we I
clear statement of the case as it years. We
appear are in receipt of a letter from
the of the
misinterpret feeling growersin
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to him. We do not think the I
this matter it will be effective in W. H. Michael, of Philadelphia, referring -
commission system affords the best The Auction System. securing for the Fxchange their to certain statements made in

means of marketing our products, at I The advocates of the commission united I a communication which appeared in
I guppport.
the same time we are glad.to have the system are loud in their denunciationof --------.sue-- i I our issue. of July 2Gth over the name

advantage of this system clearly set the sale of fruit by auction, allegingthat Put Them on Their Merits. "Gardenia." Mr. Michael says :

forth that our growers may decide thus far this method has been dis If we must send our fruit forward on "I desire. in justice to myself to

intelligently in regard to this matter. appointing in its.results. Florida commission let us patronize honest give the simple facts of the case. The

We seek the truth and wish to serve oranges sold at auction last season did merchants. Such men exist in all our barrel of potatoes in question reachedus

the best interests of the growers not bring prices greatly in excess of Northern markets, although they are rotted.in very Notification por condition was sent, on badly the

singly. Our colmuns are open to the quotations by commission houses, and placed at great disadvantage by the day of arrival of its receipt and con- .

commission merchant or any one who why? Simply because the auction unprincipled houses who are willing i dition. They were sold for what they"

has a plan to suggest for correcting fruit was forced to compete with like to take advantage of existing confu- : would 1 1 bring, and) account sales remitted -

existing evils. Read what"Su bscriber" fruit for sale on commission in the sion and depression to feather as per copy you have pub-
lished. Not only these facts that
has to say.Commission same market. If the bulk of the fruit their own nests. It is very difficultto I can be substantiated, but it is also

was offered at auction the commissionmen get at the standing of commissionmen. true that the party who bought them

Men on the Commission first as buyers, th n as owners, Amount, of capital invested or threw them away as worthless, and

System. would compete with each other in rating in commercial reports, does not demanded his money back from us."
The Merrit Fruit Company says: .
indicate the in which 4
building up prices, whereas now they manner they
"We do not propose to keep any expensive In Altoona, Orange Drs.
place the fruit in competition with treat their patrons. When misrepre- county,

agents traveling-through Flor- itself, breaking down prices. sentations are sent out to catch busi- Abernethy, of Birmingham, Ala.,

ida soliciting consignments. Shippers ness it is safe to conclude that they have'purchased a large grove of orange

frequently have to pay for these ag nf8." emanate from an unprincipled source. and .other fruits, together with town
G. S. Palmer advises shippers "not to Directors' Meeting.The ]lots, and propose to make extensive

be mislead by any fancy or fictitious Directors of the Florida Fruit An Instance in Point. improvements. Whole amount of

, prices, which will undoubtedly be sent Exchange held an important meetingon I I Last season Mr. Alfred Ayer of purchase $20,000.

down from Northern markets soon." the third instant. The Manager's Lake Weir, took two car-loads of. <<

The italics are our own. These gentlemen report for the last quarter was received.It lemons to Cincinnati, where, as they!' Two New Orleans parties have con-

are leading, and we believe relia- was determined to make a vigorousand were quite equal to Sicilies, he had no tracted with Captain Ho son, of Lees-

ble, commission merchants of New thorough canvass of the State in difficulty in selling them for a good burg, for the purchase of 40,000 boxes
York City. The foregoing quotationsare order to inform the growers as to the price to a leading fruit-dealer. Upon ot oranges grown on Esmeralda island,

taken from circular letters they Exchange and secure their support. I completion of the sale, he proposed to on Lake :Griffin. The price paid was

have issued to Florida shippers solic- Messrs. D. Greenleaf, J. D. Mitchell the same merchant to sett"him oranges. SI.60 per box, the purchaser to do the

iting patronage. and Geo. R.Fairbanks were appointeda "My dear sir," was the reply, "I can- picking and packing. The contractwas

What do these words imply ? They committee to visit at once the various not buy oranges, for, no matter how accepted and closed by the parties

mean that many commission merchants 4.'- orange-producing centres, and addressthe cheaply I get them, my neighbors, depositing 10,000 as earnest moneyin

1 issue fictitious quotations ''to, growers on this subject. who receive them on commission, and one of the Leesburg banks.a .

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PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. and their depot is extensive. Call on W. N. JUSTICE, N'o\embernumber. Send for our beautifully -

them when in that city. a Philadelphia commission merchant, : illustrated catalogue (free) contain-
& whose old-established house is weill' ros ectu, etc etc. THE
is a 20 to 24-page weekly,devoted to AGRICUI/- Dealersin known in :Florida, comes to us once I CO., New York,
TUBE, HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY and IMMIGRATION :Manufacturers and Wholesale again with his card soliciting orange -
in FLORIDA and tbe COAST BELT Superlative and Self-Raising Flour, Always Enterprising. j
ol the SOUTHERN bTATES.Subscrlptlon. Buckwheat, etc.. and of prepared OatMeal shipments and promising prompt returns.
Kate etc.. with depots and warehousesin His references are fine and house reliable. Commencing with this issue, the DISPATCH
Per Annum, 82.00. Six Months, Sl.U) Three New, York Charleston Savannah, Write him at once.SA31UEL. will be found on sale on all truins ,

Months, 60c. Club Hates. etc.-the largest, establishment of this C. DECOU, on the S., F. and W. ; F. R. and N.; E.

In clubs of four $150 I each per annum. In kind in the worid, have something to repeat Moorestown, Burlington county, N. J., T. V. and G., and other lines leading 0',0 :.
clubs eieht.S1.23 each per annum. In clubs elsewhere. The Savannah house has Strawberry and Blackberry Plants south. This will still further it.crease its : +
of twelve$1.00 each per annum. value as an advertising medium.
does a terrific business and the firm is for sale.
With Other Publications.We .
club with every periodical published in both obliging and reliable. Write to Sa- NATIONAL SUPPLY COMPANY, W. H. Pillow.
the United States and Great Britain. Rates vannah for circulars.
on application. of Cincinnati, 0., advertises for Agentsin This is one of the "slnnd-bys" of Florida -
& .
Remittancesand I I J.'S. CHAMBERLINE CO., the State. Read their card.
fruit and
business correspondence should be ad- of the best commission houses of Bos- vegetable orange shippers,
dressed OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY, and whose card appears each eason-

toCHAS.. W. DACOSTA, Publisher ton, have a one-inch elsewhere.double-column and their card references of Savannah, Ga., announce a change of regularly in the DISPATCH. He believes
the rest '
Jacksonville, Florida.To among in liberal and
Judicious advertising
to sailing schedule for their line for Novem reaps
Advertisers.The are unquestioned. Consign ber. Their vessels sail from Savannah the reward of such benefits, ?Ir. Pillow ;
them. and has a mngniticent: receiving warehouse
DISPATCH is THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL every Tuesday, Friday Sunday. -
JOURNAL OF THIS STATE and has a GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES, AKNOLD PUETZ, and unequalled facilities for handling
large circulation in Florida and throughoutthe oranges. He has experience, is reliable
United States and foreign countries Mr. G. L. Taber, proprietor{ are adver- of Greenland Duval county, Fla., comes and a hard worker, so that lie is boundto
wherever the interest is turned Southward. tised in a new shape in this issue of the out this week with a card concerning his do the best he can for his consignees.He .
p It IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS DISPATCH. These nurseries are beau- Lawn Grass Seed for fall making
a spe- sells hoops shippers'supplies
Real Es-
IN TIlE SOUTH-especially for orange wraps
tate, Nurseries: Transportation lines Bunks, tifully located at'lovely Glen St. Mary's, cial ofler for thirty days; also, for Japan etc. Read his doublecolumn"ad"
Hotels, and those branches wherein It is desirable I on the Florida Railway and Navi"ationCompany's Persimmon and new :Marianna Plum elsewhere. ,
to reach our winter visitors or our i: line, and :Mr. Taber lias a Trees. His "ad." elsewhere, can be .S .. 0

rapidly/ Advertising increasing Rates permanent apply population.For to splendid selection and assortment of Fruit profitably consulted by our readers. About Flour. aIn

LOUIS W. BUCKLEY, Trees: Shrubs, Flowers, Plants, etc. ; ALLAN F. KEUIt, a newly settled country like Florida
Advertising Manager. well worthy of any man's attention. Ills where shift' and luxuries
of 111. Scotch- are want-
stock is adapted to this climate and soil. Austin a young, practical green
I man, desires a place in Florida. Read ing, flour enters more largely than any
Pear Trees
Special Notice to New Subscribers. Orange Trees and LeConte a I other article into day cookery.
his "Want" elsewhere. It is such that every
The attention of those contemplating specialty. the DISPATCH desires to help and bringto Good flour means wholesome food

subscribing to the DISPATCH is RING CHUNG, Florida. Send on your similar advertisements wholesome food means happiness. Badbread :
the clever at d pleasant :Mongolian curio and we will help! you. is the bane of the pioneers existence.
called to our Special Clubbing Ar dealer at No. 22 Laura street, has a --- Maryland: and Virginia wheat is noted

rangement with the JVeekly N. Y.: small card, setting forth that he sells Japan "The Ideal Magazine"for for its rich nutritious properties-is as

World. Two dollars and fifty cents and China \\are, Curiosities.. Hand- heavy as any wheat grown ; according! to
secures the Weekly World and FLOR- kerchiefs, etc., all brought from the young people is what the papers call report of the leading markets of the '
St. Nicholas. Do know about it-
Flowery Kingdom. Give him a call, ye you I county it brings! more money than any
IDA DISPATCH for one year including tourists and visitors in the city.G. how good it is, how clean and pure and western wheat: which i is the best possible -

as a premium a copy of theJVorld' helpful ? If there are any boys or girlsin evidence of its better quality. Tho
History of the United States your house will you not try a number, "Patapsco Superlative" ]patent flour
of No. 53 West Forsyth street, Commis- or try it for a year, and see if it isn't lust made by the Gambrill manufacturing
a neatly bound book containing the sion and Produce Merchant, has a double the element you need in the household ? company, of Baltimore from this wheat

history of our country up to the present column "ad. on another page. Mr.- The London Times has said], "We have stands at the head of the list of choice

time. Address the publisher of Dewey comes to the city highly recom- nothing like it on this side." Here are flour's in this country. In Florida it is

this paper or the N. Y.: 'World. mended, and he solicits a share of the some leading features of extensively used and is concceded to be the .

orange consignments having excellent ST. NICHOLAS FOR 1F86-87. most uniform flour ever sold in this State.

What the Advertisers in the Dispatch facilities for l handling)in refrigerator cars Stories by Louisa M. Alcott and FrankR. The fact is, it is an unsurpassed family r
North and Northwest. Read his
Say. to the flour and such light white, sweet breadas
Stockton,-:several by each author.A .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Sept. 14, '86. card elsewhere.GEO. short Serial Story by Mrs.Burnett\ it makes We never .let any other
S. HACKER & CO., brand into our house-and we advise
C. W. DACOSTA, ESQ., Dear Sir-In whose charming "Little Lord Fauntleroy go JB
answer to our advertisement of Straw- of Charleston, S. C., are the pioneer has been a great feature in the past the readers of the DISPATCH to stop buy:0-
sash and blind manufacturers, leaders in year of St. Nicholas. ing poor flour. The Patapsco is always f
berry plants, we have received orders lumber, turning, scrolling, etc., and the good and it don't cost fancy prices either.
and letters of inquiry from nearly most enterprising firm of this descriptionin Ask your grocer for it and insist on his

every county in the State, and as far all South Carolina. :Messrs. Hacker Gen. Badeau: chief-of-staff.; biographer, getting it for you. Mr. J. II. Burst t, \ r
made determined and confidential friend of General: Grant, State Agent, whose advertisement
& Co. a most fight appears
North \ We consider
as Maryland. against odds of the earthquake, etc., and and one of the ablest and most popularof elsewhere, can furnish them.JVIeteopoIogical .
your paper a very valuable one, not the day after the terrible "shake," saw living military writers, will contribute -

only as an advertising medium, but i workmen rebuilding their huge fallen a number of papers describing in

,also for general information on agricultural smokestack, and two weeks later they clear and vivid style some of the leading ,
battles of the civil war. They will be
and other subjects. were running, in complete operation,
descriptions single contestsor
panoramic .
working nearly one hundred employes. --
Very Respectfully, Hacker & Co. enjoy an extensive and short campaigns, presenting a sort of ..:.:..: .:..: ':
J. W. VOSE literary picture-gallery of the grand and, .Iaql1fa.\\ r'zdQ w .
increasing Florida trade, and deserve it. fri JQ mmo a, : v ctJ j
WM.: H. KINGSBURY. I Write them for estimate on material. heroic contests in which the parents of C0 91'818 92 waAV: OOOl.O;; ,U h
many a boy and girl of to-day took part. co .
S4 HENRY BAYER & CO., The serial stories include "Juan and co a.
24-NEW ADVERTISER 24. Juniata," an admirably wri:ten stoyof ''J pBp aga I ;f.t-I) o. ) ...
of Charleston, S. C., solicit orange ship- foe IC .QrtOOt- 0
Mexican life, by Francis Courtney Bay- < t o.
Greatest Number Yet Reoorded. ments, also announce that they do a general 0 -
lor author of "On Both Sides also'Jenny's
wholesale Commission and Produce ; iG i ;
Boarding House," by James Uaol9A I I. -
business. It is of the most reliable
Otis of life in : '
a story a great city. o' -g mtC
houses in the South, and can sell the
This week we call attention to our Short Articles, instructive and enter- ) ; I
Floridian at to the 3 'uol1
good profit
oranges < aJJa. r4 r4
many advertisements displayed] else- as house can. Send for taining, will abound. Among these are: .- o SZZZZaoo: d
where. It has been good week, and we growers particulars and any stencils. Read their card "How a Great Panorama is made," by -g :.1 tI2 I i }

are proud of the record.: First comes the elsewhere. : Theodore R Davis, with profuse illustrations iu .c... .r.r2
I ; "Winning a Commission" (Naval t' IttlpaJpuntt. 'i-
MARSHALL HOUSE, GROVE AND NURSERY. Academy), and "Recollections of theXwal.Academy" k pus saqau1.ul{ 8388898. . = ,/
of Savannah, the leading hostelry of that Under this head a fine forty-aero grove : ; "Boring for Oil" and Q;) D U'BJttl'8.1' 118U --: ; <

.. city, kept by Colonel George D. Hodges, near Ft. Meade is offered for sale. "Among the Gas-wells," with a numberof 3
formerly of the Grand Union, of Saratoga aJ
: and Metropolitan Hotels. His ex- FLORIDA! CHEMICAL WORKS, from George Eliot, by Julia Mngnuler; .0" J. I'AIgnsalc ::8QS; : '$ ;1 f_ ._;>p'.

perience enables him to keep a good at 33 Newnan street, a home enter- "Victor Hugo's Tales to his Grandchildren -... z e 1 -,-... e -.

house and to please travelers. A fine prise, place their advertisement in ," recounted by Brander Matthews; .-. 0.... .:Q:) mnmlUllfT'' af-......ooz.lOoQ'Jt.' -t- 9z .1 1It
table excellent beds, handsome rooms, this issue of the DISPATCH. Their "Historic Girls," by E. S. Brooks. Also 5. E-t ; tQ

Northern meats, and courteous employes "Empire One,Spoon," and "Snowflake" interesting contributions from Nora ;) mmIX'BN.o..I..t I =t-- make it a pleasure to stop at the Marshall \ baking powders are reliable and all Perry, Harriet Prescott Spofford, Joaquin r... a

House. Colonel Hodges also keepsthe grocers sell them and ask for them when Miller, H. H. Boyesen, 'Vasliin"tonGladden I.'Ja1amorsa I.@,;: ,41- .

Savannah, Florida and Western Rail- ordering. The firm is composed of J. W. Alice Wellington Rollins, J. T. -----I. ..-. 1 II I Q;> !wo
eating-house at the depot Sav/in- Beardslee and Jas. M. Fairlie, the latter Trowbridge Lieutenant Frederick o ) S U'Ba U'BaJ'i I ? : -p.:- k

nah and if the company do wisely, it the well-known and popular secretary of Schwatka, Noah Brooks, Grace Denio, -o Oo 5S
will give this gentleman a chance to feed o :. :. :. :. :. :. .; =
our Board of Trade, and a reliable Litchfield. Rose Hawthorne Lathrop,' .. .. .. .. .. .-... .
.. mfl .. .
the traveling public at their new eating- chemist of rare experience; and the Mrs. S. M. B. Piatt Mary Mapes Dodge,r I ((9 .: i .: :. :. .. .cs
house in Jacksonville this season. The former, one of the best commercial members any many others, etc., etc. ... :.:? ;"; c4 >. JJ:e_
DISPATCH is on sale at the Marshall of well The of ST. NICHOLAS ; g: C') cS I.IS
House. society, as as a practical, subscription price E .....>.>-f UI I.
kindly Christian gentleman, who docs is 3.00 a year; 25 cents a number. Sub- < :.-. \ ":cS c .a:: '14Q "
JOYCE & HUNT, right by all mankind. May they succeed scriptions aro received by booksellers ant 'E cC: c c t':7 ;0<04 p=2
of Savannah, Ga., are leaders mSewing.Machinea amply is the wish of the DISPATCH. newsdealers everywhere, or by the pub. t e Z% S

Organs, Pianos, Supplies, etc., Read their "ad" elsewhere. lishers. New volume begins with thi: .

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Attention Farmers& tI !

'. A Scotchman, age 26, thoroughly practical have on hand a limited quantity of .

'. farmer, with good knowledge of ]Florida grown KAFFIR CORN SEED, ASK YOUR GROCER FOR

horses and stock-raising, wants employ- grown by myself this season. For pricesor

ment in orange grove or nursery. Ap- information address,

ply at once to Allan F. Kerr, at Austin, JOHN A. GERMOND, EMPIRE ONE SPOON

Illinois. Keuka, Fla.Wanted .
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Large Texas and Mexican Pecans. -e.

Prices of young trees' and fresh nuts for .., OR
Copies of the DISPATCH-issues of Octo-
and how to them. Sent ,
planting, grow
ber 11th and 18th. Address
free. S. D. SHREWSBURY, I. Snowflake Powders
P 0. Box 516. Sherman, Texas. 4ti Publisher. ,

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Letters addressed to the editor of this Fertilize And see that you get them as they are the best in the Market. Manufactured only by the
matters of interest should always
on -
With Upland Cotton Seed,at 12 per ton.
be written with of Esterbrook'sdehghtfully
one For prices on car-load lots address "FLORIDA CHEMICAL WORKS "
easy-writing pens. ,

t Thos. A. Connery, in charge of Mr. L. Monticello, Fla. ,J. W. REAftt'SLEE,l Pro p rietors.
J Awt.::; AIltLIE,
A. Davis'Grove Homeland Fla. writes
., Florida Orange Grove for Sale.
October 11, 1886 as follows: Office and Laboratory No.31 Newnan Street,near May next to Hotel Togni,
land 1200
Twenty acres good ; trees,
"We applied the Mapes\ Fertilizer in
i 200 bearing, 3000 trees in nursery, unhurt Jacksonville Fla.
the latter part of April, at the rate of five ,
freeze etc. health
to ten pounds to the tree, according to and by buildings Price low-terms, ; Write for Price List and ention the Florida Dispatch.
water good. easy. .
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applied Drawer::\ Jacksonville, Fla. 8ti

i very well, though not so well as if the Malaria. ,
cold had not hurt them." DEL,AND, FLORIDA.
Twenty-five hundred dozen bottles of
; PS4Strawberry 0\ rst-clas.s Academy for bnth ,'if zex. Five courses: College Preparatory; Higher English
Plants. Ague Conqueror ordered in one month.It .N.x.nal; Uuslness: Industrial Drawing. First-class Art and Music Departments. Fine
I Plant none but the Nunan Strawberry. :positively eradicates all Malaria, Fever 'e-v Dormitory Buildings, enabling us to furnish board and tuition at reasonable rates.
6,000 plants for $10. and Ague, Billions and Intermittent I 1 t. purpose of this 1 Institution is to give, in the delightful climate of Florida, as thorough
; i liberal an education as can be secured in the best New England: schools.I'Iaind .
I plants for $15. Fevers climate. Read book
i in any our i l College: will also receive students of both sexes prepared to enter the Fresh-
For sale by BEN PARTRIDGE, of one thousand testimonials.DUE iii, -ii (l lass. Send for Catalogue.

n It Monticello\ Fla. WEST,S. C., March 12, 1883. .J. i Ii'. FORB iS, P1.t.'shlcut,

G. G. GREEN, Dear Sir:-We will soon I) I.nnd. Fla.. or II. t. Dcl.utid, Fairport. N. Y.
For Sale. need It is ..
more Ague Conqueror. taking ---'-- ---- ----- -------- --- --- -
A Western cow warranted to give four like "hot cakes" and giving satisfaction.

4I c ;. gallons of milk, with a young calf. She I Yours; ELLIS BROS.FAIHFIELD MARSHALL HOUSE .

tr I is now dry, and supposed to be with calf.I'I' ,

She is nine years old and has Mo.\ Aug. 29, 1886. SAVANNAH, GA.

Florida four years. I G. G. GREEN, Dear Sir:-Your Ague Northern Meats and All the Delicacies of the Season.
4- Address "T," care of DISPATCH: I Conqueror knocks the Chills and Dumb "
..Jacksonville Fla. Retited, Refurnished and the best hotel in the city.
Ague every time. I warrant every bot-
tle and it never fails. I have cured cases GEORGE D. HODGES, Proprietor.Formerly .
Rocky Branch Nursery, Monticello, Fla.
where quinine had no effect whatever. ((1 of the)Metropolitan Hotel,New York and the Grand Union,Saratoga.) .
Parties intending to purchase LeConte ----_.
Yours, truly, W. H. SHAW & CO.
Pear trees will do well to place orders I .
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with me before the season to plant opens. : For Sale. THE JERSEY BULLETIN

I have a choice stock of one, two and I :Mobile or Improved Nunan Straw- ,

threetyear-old trees, and will not be un berry Plants for sale. Price 83.00 per PUBLISHED AT INDIANAPOLIS, IND.. EVERY WEFK.

dersold. Correspondence' with nurserymen 1,000. Larger quantities on application. sun CltTPTIN: PitICE, $2.r>O ujeit YEA.U.A .
solicited. I Delivered at the wharf or railroad sta-
.. ., B. W. PARTRIDGE, tion. I have raised strawberries for the Jersey Cattle Journal Pure and Simple.The .

Proprietor. ------- __.______u___ ____ ._______ .
six and tried than
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past years, twenty --- ----- --
and find this the best.D. .
varieties ;
_.. The Arcadia. Nursery, Monticello, Flor- Largest and Most Complete Establishment II'
ida. I 1 f B. MILLS\ DR JOHN BULL'SSmitli'sTollicTHE '
For one, two orthree- ear-old LeConte j| Welaka, Fla. South.

pear trees. Also a full list of other pears j '
and apples grafted on LeConte roots. More Money for Your Work
Address Arcadia Nursery, J. H. Girar- j I if you improve good opportunities. Hal- .. SyrUD

dean, proprietor, Monticello\ Fla. I lett & Co., Portland, Maine, will mail.

*-H j free, full information showing how you T.' I
Wanted. !I can make $5 to $25 and upwards a day II

Man\ and wife; man to take charge of I and live at home wherever you are located. I FEVER and AGUE
-< farm, fruit trees and dairy. Wife to do Better write; some have made II

light housework for. small family. A !i| over $50 a day; all new. No capital required -
good place for right parties. Address I ; started free. Both sexes: all ages. ,

II. L. REED, success for every worker. Send address I
,_, Waycross, Ga. and see for yourself. -
proprietor of this celebrated medicine
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For Sale Cheap. For Sale Cheap. justly claims for it a superiority over all rem.
: Thirty thousand young sweet orange edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE,

". and lemon seedlings. I II 2 Stump! Pullers. \ Geo. S. Hacker & Son CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure
1 DEPOINCEY, : 2 Sets Well-Boring Tools. I of Ague and Feveror Chills and Feverwhether

Box 18, Manatee-\ ; 1 Wind Mill.\ MANUFACTURE!* OF of short or long standing. He refers to the
1 Platform Scale. I entire Western and Southern country to bear

0 :' 1 40-St. Gas Machine.\ DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDINGAnd him testimony to the truth of the assertion
i Grade Jerseys. j that in no case whatever will it fail to if
!! J. CRAWSHAW, Ju.Lawtey .,
: I have several first-class Grade Jersey directionsare strictly followedandcarriedout.
Fla. Building Material.
Milch Cows for sale.
Y In a great many cases a single dose has
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r :. B. W. PARTRIDGE, Consumption Cured. 0ceand Warerooms, King op. cannon -t., been sufficient for a cure,and whole families
:;, ; .Monticello, Fla. : I have been cured by a single bottle,with a per-
f" --.. ', An old physician, retired Charleston, S. <:. fect restoration of the general health. It is,
hams -- ----- ---' -'-
Did you know that it takes 200,000 tice, having had placed in his by ---r however,prudent,and in every case more cer-

.F Family Bibles to supply the demand in an East India missionary the formula ofa HING CHUNG, tain to cure,if its use is continued in smaller
for the doses for a week or two after the disease has
the United States every year? Besides simple vegetable remedy speedy
CHINA WARE and JAPAN GOODS. been checked,more especially in difficult and
+; there are millions of small Bibles dis- and permanent cure of Consumption, ,
"tributed. The largest house in the Bible Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all ALL KINDS: OF i; long-standing cases. Usually this medicine

line'in the South is that of B. F. Johnson Throat and Lung Affections, also a posi- {i will not require any aid to keep the bowels in
Handkerchiefs and Curiosities. good order. Should the patient, however,re-
& Co., of Richmond They publish Family tive and radical cure for Nervous Debility I ,
thartic medicine.after taken
quire a ca having
all and and all Nervous Complaints after hav- (:'illandse good. :
Bibles of styles and prices, ,
1 three or four doses of the Tonic,a single dose
have long'made it a study as to how they ing tested its wonderful curative powers! No. 22! Laura.Street, ties liny, i j of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS
best Bible the in thousands of has felt it his dutyto Jacksonvi'le' F8.;
can.get up the very at very cases, i will be sufficient. Use no other.
lowest price and at the same time allow make it known to his suffering fellows. I - ------- -- I

agents a reasonable compensation for Actuated by this motive, and a desire to I Irelie.c 60 Fancy Cards Pictures in Gilt!, and 25:>> elegant I! DR. TIN BULL'S

their services. During 1886 they have human suffering, I will send, free I CARDS fringe. Hidden Name Edge&c.Silk, 1 I i i SMITH'S= TONIC SYRUP,

met with greater success in this direction of charge to all who desire it, this recipein I 8 parlor games, all for S lOcts.! Game of Prize Puzzle and BULL'S
than ,ever before. If you contemplate German, French or English, with full I IVORY CO.. Cllntonvllle, Conn. 1 '
selling good books and Bibles during all directions for preparing and using. Sent I.- .------ -- --- BULL'S WORM DESTROYER,

or any part of your time by all means by mail by addressing,with stamp, naming W0 R K and FOU expenses'paid.ALL. 83O a Valuable week |I The Popular Remedies of the Day. .
1 write to them for terms and particulars. this A. NOVES, 149 Pow- outfit and particulars '

They will treat. you fairly. er's Block, Rochester, N. Y. I free. P. O. VICKEUY, Augusta, Maine. I Principal Office,831 laIn St., LOUISmLEKT.


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'_ Lowest Rates of Freight Always Given.
Cabin.. ..., .,. ... .. ..'....., ". $21 r E a .1 it' 1.
Steerage.. . .. .. ., .,.. ... ,. . 12
Excursion Tickets ,.. ."...' ....,: .. ... .. .. 41 l 1j It 4, ,r' This Line offers to the Traveling Public and Shippers of VeR,'
The magnificent Iron Steamships of this Line will sail from e '" t om a tables and Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to Ne' "
FERNANDINA, FLA., for NEW YORK,alter arrival of trains ',.' .- York
from Jacksonville, Cedar Key, Orlando and other points In 4i Through Tickets and State-rooms secured In advance
South FloIda.CARONDELET, 1 all points in Florida.
3-Traliis leave F. R. & N. Go's Main Depot., foot of Iloga.
.. ., .Thursday,Oct.:21 street at9.25am and 5 p m, on sailing days. connecting wit iStPamfchlps
STATE: Of TEXAS ... .... .... ..., .... .-j hursday,Oct.2* at Fernaudina.
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO ... .. .. ....Saturday,Oct.XQ Kfb'or Tickets and Staterooms and further Informatlor
CARONDELET.Wednesday, Nov. 3 apply to

R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Fernandlua, Fla. A. H. CRJPPEN, Gen'l Traveling Agent. J. M. CUTLER Pass.Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla.

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Er! tablished in 1774. j


This' Company now Patapsco] Mill A, Ellicott City, M(1.Daily i

owns and Mill B Baltimore 31 d. Capacity
{ Patnpsco
operates -

as three foliow mills: 1)atasco Mill C, Orange Grove, Md.\ J Barrels.2200 Great Reduction in Prices


The value of flour depends on the proportionate quantity of gluten,sugar and phosphateof 1st
lime. Maryland and Virginia Wheat,from which our
When we will remove to No. H to 46 West Bay street. Call at once and obtain our reducr
PATENT ROLLER FLOURS prices before purchasing.

arc manufactured, is unequalled for the purity and superior. quality of its nutritious prop- ,
.. erties. We make No.26K and 28 Ocean street,City.
Piirupsoo Superlative, North Point Family,
and other brands. "

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32 Commerce Street,Baltimore,Md. I VV1\l.l: ci. ,

. Represented by Mr.JAS H. BURST,Jacksonville, Fla. I # J


: English, Parisian and New York Styles.

-- : Pants, from $6 to $15 ; Suits, from $25 to $65.
Always Ready! Always Reliable and Perfectly Healthful. :1 .

Workmanship,Cut and Finish Unsurpassed. I
Dyspeptics. and persons who cannot eat Buckwheat Cakes made by the old process with I
yeast can use the Self Raising Buckwheat without detriment. If you want Complete Satisfaction and Guaranteed Fit,call on me at II
DIRECTIONS: To 3 pounds oflleeker's i .
Self-Raising Buckwheat !!I. No.72V.. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
&'.d five pints Cold water or milk,or part each,and bake immediately. Keep the batter in i -- -
a cool place if not wanted fur immediate use. This will produce seventy light and delicious
cakes,preferred by many to those made with yeast MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
old by All Grocers.


176 Bay Street,Savannah, Ga,

BANKS. have purchased.a rare birgaln the entire stock of Pianos and Organs! of A. Peterson.
of Gainesville and Palatk.and lor next ihlrtv days will grand clear! sale of ih<* E. M. LENQLK. W.A.DELL. instrument and my pre e-it stock of Pianos ant Organs., Rare I bargains cnn be hid as I to!
North at.an early date to mike arrangements tor au entirely new "tO3 1C of Piano and Organs
STATE BANK OF FLORIDA.Safe AM I a-tt not In the habit of a Iverlisliu in the usuil stereotvoed>> "thirty, gain"style pvrtles will un ier taml th ir [ mean business and wl 1 offer r7n..iu, lmru'ti-i
Deposit SaCe. while the!sMe lasts. A. IS. CA >l 111 ELL'S Ul SIC 1IOUSK. Jacksonville
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Open Dally (Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. -
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. THE PARKER GUN

Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $t5 and $20 per Year. .

\V. N. BAKER, Cashier. liE Nit V A. L'EXGLE, Manager. ,
___________ I MERID N, CONK
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President. shier. I ____

KISSIMMEE CITY BANK( w..1tl pay eaua9aly .
ELI'' of'IS'per mooch&a4
H Ei peace*to travel and sell Staple Good to
OllANUE COUNTY, FI.A.OAIM'JLUVJL L .;Dealeri,or|45 a month and Expense to dl-
tribute Circular in Jour Tlclnity.All Ezpensei Adraoo.eJ.
Salary! Promptly Paid. Sample Package of our Goods and
: full particular UF.E.Send IS Costa for Po.tue Paeklneto.:
$x,000. We mean what we.ay. NATIONAL SUPPLY>> CO., B.
..a.d Slit.gU. CINCINNATI OHIO. Parker Bros. Makers r -=

Transacts a general Banking business' ; ,
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Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit JOYCE & HUNT, : New York Salesroom, 97 Chambers St.

cashed. :
31 Whitaker Street,Savannah, Ga., i' The PARKER I leads them all In hard hitting qualities.! At the Second Annual rmeutol TuurJm-
Has correspondents In all the chief towns DEALERS IN tile Chamberlain Cartridge Company held at Cleveland,Ohio,sept. M, 1X';J. out 01
of Florida,also Seaboard Natlcnal Bank au Jtighty-seven entrees irom repie entativesbots representing fourteen elates' the 1'AltKi u
Messrs.C. M.Whitney t Co.,New York. NEW HOME and other Machines, attach- Gun won first and third money of the tir-t.chess ul thstunts, winning ?U 0 out of the $t,'uu
In Great Britain: The Bank of Irelan ments and parts for all machine,Oil., Needles purse ollered adding another victory to 1&T: > which was the Second international t,1\\\y llg.
Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Brltl ,eta Also Pianos, Organs and Vapor ronrournainentlurtheChauipioushlp of the World held at New Orlrans, La., Pet>rii;.tyllih
North America and Melville, Evans & C Cook .stoves- just the thing for summer use. to Ibth. I'AUK Fit IHtOS., l\1aken. rhlent Co:,it.
London. Send for catalogue. For reference aa to merits,address the Editor of till p"per.

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.. Tariff on Oran ges, in Effect November} 1J 1 1886.


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

Per Per Per i I I Per Per
TO Per Car I TO Per Car'1 TO 1 Per I Car TO I Per I. Car I TO I Pel Car .
Box. load Boa load Box., load Boa' load 1 Boa Load
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Augusta, Ga.................. 40 &7000 I Cedar Rapid! Ia.......... 133 200 OO( Fort Scott, Kan..........., : !Logansport, Ind..I 8.5 !,PQ 00 Portsmouth Ohio_...... 8Q 130 00
Atlanta, Ga......_.......... 40 70 001 ,Champaign, l'11............. 1 14 160 001, GalUon, Ohio......?.........;: 85 140 001 I Lincoln, Neb.. .._.........1 l 156 '2'25 00 PeorIa, ill_.................... F5< 140 UO
Atchison, Kan..............: 1 16 17.5 001, :Dalton, Oa.............. ...... 50 87.501 GalUpoUs, Ohio............ 90 150 00, i Macon, Oa..j 35 bl 25, Plttsburg, Pa,1 09 ItS 00
Adraln, Mich............... .90 150)0() I Dayton, 0...................... 80 130 OOi! Grand Rapids, Mich.... 90 1..000. I MObile, Ala....................' 50 : 8750i; Quincy, Ill.................?... 1 2U 175 00
Ann Harbor, .1\Uch.......;I 00 150 00 'Delaware, Ohio.......... 80 ;i 1'i0:: 00 Hendersont.y.............. 70 115 001 1 Montgomery, Ala..1 40 : 70 00.. Rome, (,a.....................-i! 50 87 50
Alton, 111..................... 85 140 001' Defiance Ohio........(...::.1, 8:5: 110 001 I,Hickman, Ky........?...... 70 115 001 I Mansfield, ............, 90 150 001 I Rock Island Ill...........: 12i 1t 0tJ
Anniston Ala............... 4O !170 001 Detroit 90 '::15000: Indianapolis Ind........ 91 132 50, ,Masslllon, Ohio............, 1 06 Ip 501 ,Rochester N. Y.?.........1 121 172 50Birmingham
Ala.?...... 40,0;, 0&, DanvUle MICh..1. 85 11400( :;,Jeffersonville, Ind...... ,5 12 00, 1l\1t. Vernon,. 89 130 001 Sandusky: Ohio............1 I 00 15') UO
Bloomington In ......... 90 !1150 00: Davenport Ia..............., 126 ]7500'' 'IJackBonvllle, Ill........... 1 lQ 15250i I Memphis, Ohl0..1 tiO ItS 00 'Sioux City, Iowa..........: 157 225 CO
Burl1nJttonJ Ia............... 1 26 117500: Dubuque [owa............ 1 17 1"2.5'): IJollet, Ill............?......... 8i 140 00, : Milwaukee, Wis_......?? 1 18 HiS 00 Sprlngtlelll, Ill.....?......! 1 10 15250
Belleville ................: 1 07 i il 2 ooj l Des Moines, Iowa......... 1 43: 1217 50'' Jefferson City, Mo....... 1 21 '192 501! ,Madison, Ind................ 80 1.30 00 St. Joseph, Mo..........?...1 1 1d 175 00
Buffalo, J.'j. Y ................. ', 109) ((165 00. Denver, Col................... 2 8.1 3Q0 00 Knoxville Tenn. ......... 60 111'; VOl Minneapolis, Minn_...: 1 17 175 oo! St. Louis, Mo.. .............; 85 ItO UO
Bay City Mich...?.........\ 1 00 170 00'': Dixon, Ill_.......?............. 90 150 001, I Kenton, Ohio.................! 80 130 ,;Madison WIs................' 1 2R 195 001; Saginaw l\ltch..1 1 95 16000
Bristol. .l.enn......?....._ 78 150 00.: ,Elyria, Ohlo.............._. 85 \\140 00, Kalamazoo, Mich_""" 1 90 152 001) :Montreal, Canada.?.. 1 30 250 001 Springtleld,Ohio...........! 80 130 00
90 15000 Evansville, Ind_.......... 75 12500 Kansas CIty, 1 16 175< 00 Nashville,Tenn............ 60 il0500, !St.1'aulMinn...............'I 1 17 17500
ClevelandtO..j 70 '115 00 (East Saginawl\Uch...? 95 160 00 I MO..1 I 100 17Q 00 ..New Orleans._............ 60 '10.E 01))()I (Toledo, 0..1 OJ 15000
Cairo, Ill.....................?, 75 125 00 East tt.:; Louis, Ill......... 85 140 00 LaCrosse, ............... 1 17 l7t 00 Newark, Ohio............... 90 1150 00' Terre Haute, Ind ..........! 81) 130 UO
COlumbus, Ky.............. 70 00 '!Emporia, Kan?............ 1 56 Z32 50 Lima, Ohio......?..... ...... 8Q 1130 00 ,Omaha, Neb.................. J 16 !175 00 ,Toronto, Can.................! IIJ: 15) 00
COlumbus, Ohio........... I 80 IUS 00 :Erie, Pa................._...... 109 165 00 I Lafayette, Ind......_....... 85: 00 ''Ottava, Can.... ............ 130 ::2.:0 00 Topeka, Kan......?.....'... 1 40 207 50
COlumbus Ga..._........ 40 7000 Fort Wayne, Ind..........;: 8.3 14000 Lancaster, Ohio............ 85 '140 00 '011 City,'Pa_ ................. 1 09 165 001 Urbana, OhIo................ b0 13000
Council Bfuffii! Ia......... 1 41 210 00 Findlay 85 110 00 Leavenwortn, Kan.....'i 1 ItS 175 00 Pekln, Ill ...................... 90 !1150 Oo Wheeling, W.Va.......... 100 HiS 00
Chicago, 111._............... 110 152 50 ,Fremont!,OhIO.'l 85 140 00 Louisville Ky_..........?1 70 Ili 00 Pana 111........... ............ 1 10 ;i152 5&, Winnipeg, Man............I 2 24 3.i5 (00
Chattanooga, Tenn..... 50 87 50 !Fort 149 1225 00. I Little Rock, Ark......?...' 1 (00 165 (0)) :P1qua, OhIo.................... 80 ::130 CO) 1

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Jacksonville, Callahan, and Live Oak................................................................ ......................... 20)I 40 25: fiG!l! 40' 8U'! 40! 8O1! 40, 80 401 801 : 40: 0h: -1-)1t5 40: 80 .d 90
Gainesville. ....-.....................................--........-................. .....................-............................... I 1 I 50 30; 60, i 45 90'' 45' 90"" 45 W 4.)1 wi) : -15: !JOI 9f/I/,i 43.: b0 501003U
Landings on St..Johns river....................................................-............................. ........................... i 60 35: 7011 SOloo to 100''' SO: 1 WI 5u, loo. 1! to 100),:' roll (1)' : WI 00 55110
Stations on F. R. & N.-Co. north of and Including Ocala ....................... ....................................... '! 45 90 50:1 ; I 65130' 651130 1 I 651 130, (6i; 130': ': I 65''' 130': I f 51 I au!I 6.3 1 30 70140 .
Stations on F. R. & N. Co. south of Ocala....... .....................................-.......... .............................. 501 00 55'1' 101;!! 70,140, 70'1 40 j 7U''! 1 4.0. I 70: 1 40j, i 701 r, 1 40, 7011 .401 I 70,140 75150
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic R. R.. ........ ..................................................................... I I : "", : I I I'I'' 1, I I
A opka. Weklva, OrlandoEllsworth ...............................-...................................................................... ....... '] 40'' 80 451 00:120: 60,120'1, 601120'': 00: 120;:! 60'' 1 2U 101; :'o I 160 120 85113&
Zellwood, Victoria Lakevllle, McDonald........................................ ........................... 501100 551110! !, 701 40r 70 1 4011 j 701 1 40,1,I 70; 140: .011! 1 4001: 40 70140 75150
Landings on Lake Santa: Fe................. ....................................................................................?.....,1. !I 45 90 501001 611 301 65'1 30'1' 65 130 G;& 1.0': 1 51)1' k (151; :o 6) 1 30 70'140'
Gulf points north Tampa.............................................................?............................................... 551 10 6Oil20i; 75150!! 75tl 5011") 7 lbu : 7.) 1.0' 75 1 5O1,! 75'l 50 75150 80'160'
Gulf points south Tampa_................................ ....................................... ..... ...... ........................... I' to 80'1' bO, 95,1 W,! 951,1 wi 9a 1 W'II' I 11110'/ to 1 "0:1: 9.1' bO : 9.1 00 1 00'200I '
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. .................................................................................................................... : 7511 I': 'I I I '
Stations on Fla. So. Ry north of and including Ocala........................................ ........................... j' 45 60:1 00, 6.S'1'' 30i 65,13(1, (, Ik5 13O W!, 1 30; w 1 30'1: tj.1 301: 65130 7011 40
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. south of Ocala. ........................................................ ................................. \1 501 001! 551 wi 7U 1 401 7U'1'' 4J'( I 70, 140 70 1 ,0: 70 140, 70'111); 70140' 75'1' 50
Homeland, Ft. Meade, C. H. Div..1 I 621 (01) 5711 141 721.HI 721144; 72'11 4JI i2 1 441'' 72 141: I 7211.J' I 721.Hi, 77i151
Bowling Green ................................... ............................. ...... 651 10 tO'l' :'U'': 75'1' tol 751: 50: '' 50, 7.3 1 501: : 75 150' 7,315( 7 1 50'bO' 1 bO
Wauchula Zolfo Springs, Charlie Apopka, ........................................................................ \ 601 20 65'1 so;: So I 60 ;: b0'! 1 60 1 bIJ 160/ t.O'' b01, 1 WI"" bOll.LO 801 bOil 8ll)! 70
Arcadia,1st. Ogden,Nocatee ) ........................................................................ 65130' 7011 I i I'' i I 80,1 I 1700 I I; al I ; !
Cleveland, Punta Gorda...... / ..........:.....................?? i..1: 401; 83'l! 70 8.51; 301: 85 170 s5: 170" &=> 70 &5170! 0011) 80
Stations on South Florida Railroad. I I, 51' 1 I I !I I I
From Belair to Belets, Incl usl ve.. ...:.................................::......-........... .... ................................. : as, 70 40 I 55,1, 10 i I 6,511101 I !'I 55 55i 110 j! ;>>1 1 0UP: 5.311! 10 l 5.31 10'' 6O,1, )
From Longwood to Troy, inclusive ....... ..... ......... .................................................... _....... 40 80 45, SO'I;! 60'120' i: W : 00 110"1 l /m, I i060:l 1 20: tol:' 'I I b01 1U {tj3 1 30
From Davenport to Lakeland, inclusive....... ........... .................................................................. 45! 90'' tol: 00 fl5'l' 80 I 65!! 1 A:; ;' (j'j; 130.; C;d, 130! 6.1 1 3t; o: fwi'1; '' :;1)I: {& 1U::)' 40
From Plant City to Kathleen, inclusive..... ................................................ ...............-...............1 5011 001 5511 10'' 70'1 ,,101, 70'' 1 40d! 70 140 70, 1 401''' 70' 140 'i 'icJ110! 701401' 75I!: 50
Tampa and Landings on Manatee River-............................................................................. ........ 55,1 10 W) 1 2U, !: 75'11' tol.; 7511 s4i', 7f 1jO; l 75; 1 75: 1 50!) 7.3tl t.O 731 W! 80,1 GO
Stations on Sanford & Indian River R. R............................ ............................. ..............................I I, I : I' : I I 'I I I
Ft. Reid, Onora, Silver Lake, Rutledge& Lords.............................................................................. 35 701'' 401( SOl 1 551 101 55 I 1 10,1,! 5.3 1 10, j.'j; 1 10 I' 5l! 101 I Wll 10 5.31 10 j.l( 20
Ovldeo _........................._.................. ........ ........................-............_................................... ...... 40 bO,1,! .1.51 ", 60il! 201; 00' 1 6u 10 I 601; Oj II 6o:101: 1 :2)! I 60120( : 6.3'1' 30511J"
Landings on Lakes Eustis, Harris and Griffin................................................................... ......... ( WI :''0;, 75'1' wi' ,5! 1 501;1 75 150 : 75' i boll l 7.3j 150 I 5'i50!' ; 75150 SO'I60I' '
Stations on J., T. & K. W.Ry..... ....... .......................................?.......................... ........................... ""I I t 1 r i3l I' I I I ,' I
St. Augustine Division.......................... ......................-...................................................... 33 60 88 'i 5311 Ol'' ;;::1,1, (M) ;i3: 1 oo' J (01!I ii3: I 00 ; ;').11 1 ool! 5.3100 53 1 toO
Sanford . ............... ............... ............... 001', )31 !
All stations between Jacksonville and ............ ... ... .... b0 35 70'1 i; 50161(;(" 5011)! 5o 1001: 100 50' 1001 I 501 j 50 110( &51L10
Indian I River Division....................................................................................................................... 4.j 90 501 I 65180 I 651130, (fail) I W fi:<>I 1 1 ?O!I bbi80.63130: ) 701140!

. CONNECTIONS The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Ii Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess ol charges.
Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load Is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 230 Standard Boxes. Excess of tnla
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior amount will be chanr for pro. rata, Car-loud ..htrJr1f'ntR mnfit be to one destination' and
and Coast points, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and I to one consignee.Prepayment .
Providence. of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipmentswill
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah I be an absolute requirement. It Is clearly understood between the shippers and the
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ,1 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 1 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 may 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 those points will not
Savannah every Thursday. : be subject to correction by this Line. .
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every i In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for insertion ii
Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
Sailing days Steamships are subject: to change without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
I I.lNFORMA1".lUN No single shipment taken for less than Si to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Balti!
1 'OR SI-IIPPRS. more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged in addition the single package rates of connecting :-
lines and cost of transfer.
To make through rates from points Uibutary to the above, add the rates of connecting Stencils, shipping receipts and information furnished on application to any ol the agen s
lines to above rates. For further Information, if needed, apply to Agents of the lines or to
Tbe dimensions of the Standard Bci lor Vegetables are 12x12x27 inches, and the weight C. D. OWENS, WM. P. IIARDEE,
is estimated at 80 pounds. Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga Gen'l Freight Agtni, ka a\ Dab, 0"780 -. '

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.North Market ands Clinton Sts., llostoii, III ass' .
REFERENCES-T.G. filer, Cashier Fanuell Hall National Ban, boston; Richardson &
Barnard A gents Boston and:Savannah: S.S.Co.,Savannah,Ga.; H. C.Danton' ,Gainesville, ,
Fla.: .!. Dozier,Ocala, Fla.; A,C.Turner,Clear Water Harbor,Fla.; A.Manville,Jack
sonville.Fla. Forwarding & Oommission House. .

. W. N. JUSTICE .;

WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT, Oranges Direct from the Groves for Sale by Single

No.313 North Water Street,Philadelphia. Box or Car-Load.
Consignments solicited. Returns made on day of sale, except for small shipments.
Refer to H. F. Dutton &Co.. Bankers, Gainesville, Fla.; Mann & Bro., Sumtervllle, Fla.; -tl1er I: ?roc1uce .A.1so. .
J.T.Woflbrd, Fort Mason, ,h la.: F.C. Austin,Orange City I Fla.; A.C.usteen.Osteen, Fin.;
First National Bank, Camden,N.J.; W. P. Clyde&Co., Philadelphia\ ; Ocean Steamship Co.,
(Phlla.Office.) lIon. A.Canale,Charleston,S.C.; A.H.Champion, Savannah,Ga.
All facilities for and
necessary handling Orange, Strawberry Vegetable Crops.
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Packages suitable for shtpp'ng the above products both made up and In the flat always on
:E3en.ry: :Eager c Son, hand and for sAle; also other Growers'supplies,such as Hoops,Wrapping Paper,eta
IMPORTER OF Location the best, viz:

Bananas, Cocoanuts and Oranges, S., F. & Tt. RAILROAD WHARF,

Circulars and Stencils on application.IMPORTERS .

Consignments of Florida Oranges solicited. Highest market prices and prompt account of AND WHOLESALE DEALERSIN
Kales. HENltY IIAYKR & SuN,
215 East Bay,Charleston C.Wholesale .

and Domestic Fruit and
Gr- w. :JE'VV: Foreign Vegetables.Consignments .

of Florida Oranges! solicited,prompt returns made.
Dealer and Commission MerchantIN

No.170 Bay St., Savannah, Ga. .
Fruits, Potatoes, Apples, Beans, Butter and General Produce. .
Having connection with Northern Commission Houses,I can 'dandle. Florida Oranges and :E3: JL JCTL. .zrzL\ T\/T JMJLc JOk. PRA'FL': S
Fruits direct from shipping points. No transferring. Best prices obtained. Orders and
consignments solicited Indian Rivel-
53 Weft Forsyth Street,Jacksonville,Fla. Orange Depot,

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8%c,llxll iu%c,12x12 liy c. Guaranteed full count and uniform quality.

General "Oommission MerchantsAND Smith Re'ers&Co.by permission to National Bank of the State, Bank of Jacksonville,and Tysen,

123 Clinton Street, Boston.
REFERENCES: A.H.Manville Jacksonville; L.L.Newsome, Crescent City; B. 10'.Whit- KEF01CE YOU IVY
ner, Fort Reid; Rev. Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C. W. Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth National

Bank,:Proauce Boston. Commission.: : Orange Box Stuff', Hoops or WrapsGET

The undersigned! having made arrangements with the large Comn Isslon house of Mr.E.B.
Woodward No. 174 Chambers Street,New York, (Established 1S58,) takes great pleasure in PRICES FROM
offering all kinds of Produce,such as
Cheese Butter Etc. TYSEN SMITH & CO.
Cabbage, ,
12 West Bay Street,Jacksonville, Fla.
at the very lowest possible cash prices. Otter Skins purchased at highest prices for cash. "-
Nothing but the choicest goods sold. Consignments Oranges, Vegetables, etc.,
also solicited for the above named house. Orders by mall receive prompt attentio'. GEO. R. FOSTER. JAS.A.MARVIN. LAWRENCE HAYNKS.
Respectfully yours, B Alt LOW & CO., 30 West Bay*t., Jacksonville,Fla.

* r GEO. R. FOSTER & Co.,

10 Years Established. .
GrS :PA.LME: : : Et. ,
Coxn.mission: : : : : Merchant: : ,

1)6( Reade Street, I FOR TIlE SALE I NEW YORK. The neatest, most durable and cheapest box in the market. A full stock of
Fruits and Produce, Also Hides, Furs, Honey, Etc. Florida Oranges a
specialty.References HOOPS AND ORANGE WRAPSAlways
the Slate. Hnd for Stencils
-Banking houses and principal shippers throughout
and Market quotations. Trl-weekly quotations by telegraph to Times-Union during
on hand at lowest prices. State Depot for ,
shipping season.

Feed Meal and Canada Unleached Ashes bottom prices.
No.30 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE,FLA.

Commission Merchant and Forwarder

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Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.
Dranch racklnjj-IIoutc, AVaycrosv Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.r.6L AND
O : DDL & o s, :Hi o m o 20. s DEALER IN
Railroad. Steamboat and Mill Supplies Pure White Lead, Zinc and Color. Glass, Putty
And other Fruits and Vegetables, VarnUlie Brushes, Plain and Decorative Wall Paper, Dorm,:Sashes: Blinds, etc.
Mixed Paints, all Shades and Colors-write estimate.. lacks, 8 sb.!
:' PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD. Weights Cord, Hinges, screws,etc. Lime, Plaster, flair and Cement. .
Cor.Whitaker President and York Streets, - SAVANNAH, QA.OHERIDAN'S .
the United
.:Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of States.

Green :Lemons: ...


Groomers' !31..1.pp11es.Have : : CONDITION I 11
a full stock of Growers'Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange ,
Boxes,which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach.. POWDER
(Bangor)Thin Wood,Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops,Manilla Orange Wraps,etc.,etc.,all of is absolutely pareconcectrated.and ., H E I L M
the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest. highly '
Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car 1 ounce any other worth kind.a It)u.pi is strictly a medicine tobe given with f:>eeL NothJnr:on earth win make hen.1ayUke
it. Itcurea chicken cholera and a.:dir'ises of hens. ls worth ita weight in gOld. Illustrated book by
mall Ire*. Sod? everywhere or sane mail for 83 cent 11'.tamp Tb. airtight tin can. fill
Send for Circulars and Stencils. sepl4-tf. 113 mail$L20. Six cans by express p td,for$5.00. DR. L a JOIIN8O *tt CO."Boston.XOMt.







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general line of fruit trees adapted to Florida,Including the largest stock of Peach
Tree. to be"found in the State, 1'eeii-To and Honey Peaches a specialty, VARIETIES OF
also several other cbolce varieties of peaches. My stock of Kelsey Japan Plum Trees

consists of 6,000 or upward,all home grown,and buds taken from bearing trees on my place. Budded Orange and Lemon Trees
1500 Plcholiue Olive Trees ((2 to 6 ft. high), bOOOO Orange Trees ((3 to 4 yrs. old). ,

A full supply of LeConte, Kelfler and other Pear trees,Japan Persimmons, Figs, Quinces,
Apricots,Nectarines,Japan Medlars,Mulberries,English Walnuts, Pecans, Almonds,Japan Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants.

Cheatnuts,Grapes,Raspberries,Blackberries, etc.
Trees Strong and Well Rooted and Especially Adapted to South
An examiation.of stock solicited. Catalogues free on application to
G. L,. TAllER, Florida.An .

Glen St. Mary,Fla."SAN .
Inspection is invited. All inquiries by mail promptly answered.. (' Catalogues sent free
on application. '


Bay View,Hillsborough Co., Fla

A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter planting.

Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries
Belt Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees of all sizes. ,

Send for Catalogue. OAKLAND, URATVftFI CO.. FLA.

MAXWELL, ANDERSON &: CO., Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and
San Mateo,Fla. Vines. No Loss in Transplanting.

Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. AddressA.

Valrico Nurseries E. ClIAinPLIN,
I j.. :s;> Oakland,Orange Co., Fla.
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fi ::. ,* Catalogue Free. m E- ONE MILLION FRUIT TREES !III! !
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'.' W. O. TOTJSEY, g
8 : s 1.000,000 Apple, Peach Plum, Pear, Quince,Fig and Mulberry Trees. Also a large stock oi
J Seffher, Hillsborough Co., Fla. Peach Seedlings, suitable for Drafting and budding stocks, Grape Vines, Raspberry, Straw- ,
berry Plants,etc.,for sale at Willow Lake Nursery.
Descriptive catalogue and price list mailed free on application. Address


Marshallville, Ga.,
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line of :arden and Field Seeds 1886 growth. Seed Rye, Oats. Barley,Johnson Grass, SEEDS FOR MARKET GARDENERSNEW
Alfalfa, Kentucky Blue Grass,Onion Sets. Proprietor Riverside Nurseries. Also a full line
Green House Plants always on hand. Neunan &Wilson's Albany Strawberry plants for
sale. Catalogue sent free on application. S. T1ISBITTS,
Seedsman and Florist. CROP. ALL VARIETIES.Our .

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stock is selected with special reference to the wants of Mark't-Gardeners from the
Best and Most Reliable Strains.

In order to Introduce our Seeds more generally to the Florida trade, we have made speciallow
With descriptions of prices for this season. We offer as follows:

per bushel. per pound.
TROPICAL AND SEl\JI-TROPIC.A.L: WOOD'S EXTRA EARLY PEAS. ..... ......$3.00 BEETS,leading varieties .. ........".."....$0.35
CLEVELAND'S FIRST AND BEST PEAS. .. 2.75 TOMATOES, leading varieties. ...........,.. 1.50
Fruit Trees Plants Vines Berries Ornamental Trees Grasses etc. etc. PHILADELPHIA EXTRA EARLY PEAS.. 2.50 BERMUDA ONION 1.50
RED VALENTINE BEANS ,............ .... 3.00 CUCUMBER,leading varieties........... .. 60
Together with full descriptions of all the MOHAWK,OR Six WEEK'S BEANS, ...... 3.00 SQUASH, .. .. .,... ..,... ...........GO to 90

Other Seeds proportionately low. Send for our Market Gardeners'price list.
Also Price List. Send for Catalogue to
No. 10 South 14th St., Richmond, Va.
W. W.. HAWKINS:: ------ ---- -- ---- --- ------

LAKE: : GEORGE: FLORIDA.. Jan 1 '85 Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.P'riiitlam.a .

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GEORGETOWN NURSERIES.ORANGE The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, specially adapted Florida is doubtless the
most varied In the United States. A special catalogue (No.4)) is published for this branchof
o our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as Peen-To
Honey and other Chinese Peaches,Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons, Eryobothryas Grape
AND LEMON TREESBudded Vines, eta we have very large stock of KoUey'** and new Japan Plums, Japan
Chestnut Melon Shrubs and other new fruits. Also all the new Hoses of merit Palms,
from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. A cacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees, Flowering shrubs etc. Cataloguessent
free to all applicants. No. 1. Hardy fruit trees Roses, Evergreens. No.2. Greenhuuse
a general, Wholesale
plants. ,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamental
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, trees Not Florida.

A.A.RON WARR, O-eorg-etcnsrn, Fla P.J. Berkmans, Proprietor. .
May 16'S3 tf .
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Selected from the best orchards in the great fig regions of the Old World, comprising the
Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans and very cream of table and drying figs. T.'e most profitable fruit In the world. Easily: grown
Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. and prepared for market. No disease. No insects. The coming boom for.Florida. Now in
the time to start In a business that is bouna to pay and fortunes can be made at it. We are
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. headquarters; our trees are unsurpassed,warrant.d true to name, propagated from bearing
trees,and prices are below competition. Send at once for Instructions for growing and the
F. S. CONE, Manager, iSmyr/iamethod of curing and packing,wltb description and price of the following varieties:
CRESCENT CITY, FLA. White Troyan,While Adriatic,San Giovanni,San Peitro,RtclLardare.Pitradtio. English Walnuts -
,all best sorts. filberts, Chestnuts etc.,tIne trees at low rates. LICHEES, most deliciousof
fruits from India,should be grown by all. Immense variety of tropical fruits, East Indian
fruits,grafted Mangoes, Indian Bananas, Bread Fruits, Mangosttjeu, Durian, Lichees,etc.
FRUIT TREES, VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED Special rates to the trade. Local agents wanted. ""
Swan wick, Perry Co.,Illinois.
Tb.e: ran.ge an.c1 I.emozl the Lakeland Nursery Company. .

in variety,other Citrus Friuts, LeConte and Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons -
Figs, Guavas, Grapes, eta ORANGE, LEMON AND LIME TREES, ,
Peen-Toand Honey Peaches, KeUfer and Le"onte Pears Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan
PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY: Persimmons, Loquats, Figs, drapes, Cattley Guavas Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba
Tropical Potted Fruit Tree a Specialty.Price .
List free on application. E. II. TISON, Manager
DRAYTON ISLAND, Putnam County, Fla., Olt ,LAKELAND, Polk County,Fla Lakeland,Polk Co.lFla.-





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Royal Palm Nurseries, For Sale-Grove and Nursery.Forty Nichols Rockwell & Co.

acres choice land with grove of 1,000 ,
MANATEE, FLA. trees three to six years old, with 60,000 trans
planted orange seedlings two and three yers
--dditlon to a full line of general nursery old, a few thousand budded with choice va- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
stock 'adapted to the climate of Florida, we rieties,in fine condition, and will make a living -
are constantly receiving seeds and plants and fortune to some one. Also a very Hardware Stoves House Furnishing Goods Grates Mantels Paints
from all over the tropical and sub-tropical\ tine old grove of 250 bearing orange trees, lt ,
world, many of which are introduced for the years old, in the centre of the beautiful and
first time Into the United States. growing town of }Meade. For particulars Oils, Saddlery, Guns, Ammunition: Etc. .
We can only mention a few of the rare address GROVE AND NURSERY,
plants and trees we catalogue for the fall of P. O. Bo- 61, Ft. Meade, Fia. -
1886: Parties in Town or Out
Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose *
Special :Full Offer for 30 Days. will do well to send for and of need
Apples,Star-Apples. er-ApplesCherimoyas call: or our catalogues prices any goods they may
Sour. s Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish in our line.
Limes/ Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries, BEST NEW LAWN GRASS SEED.
Maumee Sapotas, Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap- Prices Lo"verthan Ever. .
ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizzias Price per lb. 35cts. $3.50 per bushel.
and Cassias in variety, Jatrophas, Fourcrayas, By mall,additional, 16cts. per lb. 52 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
Yuccas,Agaves, Dasylinons, Plumerias, Palmsin
( variety), Caesalpinias and Poincianas, many TWO NEW FORAGE GRASSES,
kinds of Ipomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas, and rare (See List ofSpeclaltles.) GEORGE L. MoO 0 N I H E

greenhouse plants; Antigonons, Bamboos] East Puspalum Ovatumand* ,
and forest trees PandamusVeitchii
Indian Pines ;
Poa Arucl1nifera.OR DEALER IN
Musa Ensete ; Cyphomandra betacea
(the Tomato tree" of Jamaica)); the "Melon
Shrub" and White Adriatic: Fig, etc., Roses Texas Blue Grass. Sash Doors and Blinds
and all of in ,
sorts shrubbery variety.
12 roots 25
cents. 100 roots, 52.03.:>
Red Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready, Package of seed, 25cts. All by mall, postpaid. PAINTS, OILS, BUILDING MATERIAL,
$2.00 per hundred,15.0u( per thousand.

New catalogue ready In October. which Diospyros Kaki, the Japan Persimmon, E3:: : .A.. :FI. Ivv .A. :FI. E ,
AddressREASONER:; BROS. are now en route and expected to arrive ,
Box 10, Manatee,Fla.S. here on or about the 20th of November. Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, Agricultural Implements, Carpenters' Tools,. Iron, Steel, Rope,
Purchasers can select which varieties they Belting, Etc. .
choose out of the following kinds, which cor-
ibley's\ Tested respond to the various arbitrary names givenby Sole Agent for Florida for .

SeedS foreign dealers in the United States. Orange Lightning: Powder, Galvanized Four-Point Steel Barb Fence Wire, Galvanized Barb-

131P: O RT A.N Tnncuasih. The Seedless variety, the best. Steel Twisted Ribbon Wire, Spring-Tooth Cultivators, ANne Harrow and Orange Grove
Hacll. ya. Large variety, excellent for stor Cultivators, Queen ot the Garden Hand Cultivator, southern\ (St. Louis) Pure White Lead,
ing. ; Masury's It. 11. Colors and Liquid Paints, Fairbanks' Standard Scales.
To Market Gardeners and Truck Among or Temon. Large variety, excellent.
llyokume. Very large, globular and sweet.
Farmers of Florida.Send JUj/rodf/uru.fruit. Long fruited, used for dried :L.C> :i; :L. C> C> I t t

for our Catalogue and Price List of Gar- nifli.! The smallest and earliest variety.
den. Field and Flower Seeds. Ifnroknmo. Early, large, globular. THE SOUTH FLORIDA FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY,

Goshutnarn. Early, large globular.
II. C. Denton Esq., the well known planterand
Revenue Collector of Alachua Co., send Grafted tree, $2 per dozen. $l.) per 100. ORLANDO, FLA.,
- us the following unsolicited endorsement of Don't delay sending In your order. They Will make your Store Fronts and Architectural\ Castings. Build or Repair your Machineryand
our stocks: "Your Early Dwarf Flat Dutch can be forwarded by themselves, or together sell you Machinery and Mill Supplies. Guaranteeing you as satisfactory work and
Cabbage hAR given perfect satisfaction, and with other stock. prices as you can get in more Northen cities Mention this paper when writing for esU- .
you ate well able to control the seed marketin Tile New ITIuriaiimi plum mates.

this section." of which I have a nice stock of my own raiS-
Above catalogue, together with our com- ing,and ofler trees one year old bushy, about
plete list of Farm and Garden Implements, 'l feet high, for 25cts.; dozen, $2.50; ; 1W, $15. NURSERIES, SEEDS, ETC. I HARDWARE, ETC.Farmers' .
mailed free to all applicants Address

IHItAftl SII1CEY &: CO.Rochester, N..,Y.Nnrsorios ._. Duval Co. Gteenland,, Fla. FOR SALE. Wagons and Carts.

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A bany,8harpless'Strawberr-leS at SI.50 I 1OOOO SOUK ORANGE TREES, FOR If you want a first.class Wagon or Cart

0 of_ Lake Woir Go. &Globe. Peach. and Erie | per m. BUDDING, Cheap for Cautt, cull on .

-Price List FREE. PIHUIVD&nnjr.SAMUEL from it. D. ZAIIl'I
4 : From %to 1% inches in diameter; price ,

100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our C. DeCou, $5; to $15 10O Jacksonville Fla.
Moorestown, Bur iugtou Co., N.J. per Office, H. Berlack's Store, East Bay Stref

trees are very: thrifty, three and four Addrets according to size and quantity taken. Farm Wagons from . $15.00 to I.CO:

year old stock,%tolV inch diameter, with FLORIDA NURSERY, FRANK ERBLAND, Manager Carts and Drays from .2\00 to 528.00
one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible Waldo. Fla.
to Florida Southern Railroad. Send:: for 1886-7' rfussey's New. Steel Coulter Harrow.
Catalogues. Address ,
The,.T..tb.r.mad. 'N' Also sole maker of lIuII( '
We make specialties of LeConte and Kelfler )
E. B. FOSTER, Manager ... .
1887 of ipnnK tampered < Steel&"lard Metal"Fluwi.Ii.
dec2My South Lake Weir,Fla. Pear Trees, l'een-To and Honey Peach Trees ..,. harp.. 'ferJ light Centennial Horse line&c.Addresi I .
and Japan Persimmons. Also all other My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are .tro. .durable.indchttp. ,T. B. IIUSSEY.::
nursery stock, including Applet! and Pearson perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and ._. .. N. Berwick re.
FAIRVIEW NURSERIES LeConte Roots, at bottom prices for the always handy to tell the day of week, monthor "
coming season. Write for new catalogue, year.
Just issued, to PUL.ESTO1M & C".. Too costly to give away, I will mall one to VM/Tea.-.Hlr.
Proprietors Fla. Nursery, Monticello,Fla. anybody sending me a nickel to help pay advertising -
O. It. THATCHED, postage etc. You need one and
should send oon before all are gone. Send for.ilia*.
trated Catalogue and prk ,free.AB'G
Manager, and Lemons JAMES 1IASLEY.
Oranges Reed Grower, Madison, Ark.

San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida. OFFER To Introduce th'm
.we will GIVEAWAY
Consignments solicited. Liberal advances 379TARIETIES FRUIT TREES 1,000 Operating! Washing+ Ma
made. would be pleased to correspond with chines. If yon want one send us your name,
parties desiring to ship here. I Vines, Plants, etc. P. O. and express office at once. THE NATIONAL -
The best varieties of the Orange and Lemon
and other Citrus Fruits. Summers Morrison &: Co., r=M' Apple, Pear,PencliClierry,Plum, Co.,S3 Dey St.. N. Y.
171 South Water St., Chicago. Quince, strawberry, Raspberry,
Choice varieties of the Fig, of recent Intro- Refer to Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago 'l t t'r .; (Blackberry:ooMfbcrries., Currants Send for, Catalogue<:rape, G R I N D YOUR hone lUcnl O\Vl'f;'

duction: ; J. V. Farwell&Co.,Chicago. J.S.COUSINS, Moorestown, S.J. .'j GrnbamFlourOIV inthe I s,

The Cattley Guava, both the Red and Yel- HaND MILltFWiIDc.n'lI
low. Strawberry and Blackberry .PlantsAND \'l k. ?.Ii $
GUN, LOCKSMITHS, ETC. _._ f l00pf'r c.-nt.more mAde
The Peach and Pear of the sorts m keeping Poultry. Al.oPOVEILMII.Lsand
bestadaptedto HT.IS.mt .CfrenlareandtestI nulla
'-- i'AUi I FKfil>>> > !:
the soil and climate of Florida. application. WILSON. nltO EAston.i'a.

Grape Vines by Mail, Postpaid, r'1. N. 'I)OFmTlVS & EURO-
The Japan Plum, varieties of the Mulberry, .
Hart's Choice Bananas Pecans etc.3Catalogu lowest and safe arrival
,Grapes, at possible prices guar- Jy f l ls !
anteed. Large orders by express or freightat LABEL
: *free on application. expense of purchaser. For prlre list, ad- .
dress'V I II._.. .::11II1 :i: :;! ': iiUItiII! !' ,:
REFERENCES:Crosby&Gowen.,San Mateo; C. STEELE.
lIon. 'r. W. Lyle, Ban Mateo; w. J. Webb, Switzerland,St.Johns Co., Fla. I Dana's White Metallic Ear Marking Label,stamped
to order withname, or name and address and num.
bers. It is reliable, cheap and convenient. Sells at
Palatka.raoBHALFRUITS! McCartney Hedge Rose Plants for Sale. sight and gives perfect satisfaction. Illustrated
Price-Lfat and free. wanted.
This Rose makes a handsome and perfectly samples Agents
Jjlfii.jjl.J LeConte and KterTer:.eearsontheir Impassable fence; said to last an hundred C. II. DANA, West Lebanon, N, ILiTheBest
Jr: own roots; Bartlett and other Pearson )'ears. Plants can be set until February, not .
LeConte roots; Prunus Simoni endJapanese
Plums Peen To& Hone later. World.
; Poultry Paper lathe
L_ G Peaches; Russian Apricots. Address, M. ,
0"Ji2 O large and general assortment of Fruit Fairbanks, Fla. .
.Trees. Catalogue with facts. Free. -- -- ---. .----- ---
Address W. F. HEIKES, Manager Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters
Q< U.'We s-rwriw. Huntsvllle.Ala.THE LeConteNursery. ,
AL .
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NEW EARLY STRAWBERRY The I 44 W. Forsyth St., Op. St. Johns Hotel.JACKSONVILLE. .
r+ P N 1 largestigrowei WEEKLY MONTHLY
HOFFMAN'S SEEDLING." : I\.r! ; - FLORIDA! Published every week, Published First of each
I FF h.:|of these 16 pages, fresh, original month.86 pages and cover,
Write fur price list of this and other varieliei s RE s'' IE YearsCutting GunRmithln done in all its t branches.! and spicy at only at only
$1.50 PEIl: YEAR $1.00 PER YEAR.
of Strawberry and Raspberry plants. from IRON SAFE WORK Sample copies, 4 cts. Sample copies,6 cts.
R. 8. COLE, s i
mt m other ?avoid Blight. Catalogues I iI ttpocial: rates on Stencil Cutting, by mail Address for either, WZIXLT or MOXTHX.T,
Cedar Hill Fruit and Plant Farm, I t buy 110 anu a J.WABD,113 Adams Street, Chicago,mNOVEMBER
Hamans,A.A. Co., MeL I free. W. W. THOMPSON,bmithvllle.Ga. ct-tf

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COMPANY. II I I,1 South Bound. _North Bound.

( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER I l'as.IPaN.r y Pn s. I'as.
Shortest and: st Attractive Route b1 MM itr' I WEDNESDAY, August 11, 1886, 5 a m, Trains i &frt1&frt rSTATIONS. :&frt &frt
Quickest, will leave and arrive as follows : I' 11' 13. 114.: Cw
Between I .:. .
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Florida, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans and the SOUTH BOUND. I A M. P.M.: : "P.M." AM.

Southwest. RAILWAY 8.25 8.10! 0 Lv..Lakeland . .Ar 7 7.40

WAYCROSS SHORT LINE ... old.; f-: 8.48 8.3': 8;;Lv. ._.Ha8kell . R.5S1'OI 7.18
TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 18S6. ''Q.: tt') I : .10 CI; dc3C =C I ... 9.0. 8.50IUAr.! .. .. Bartow .. .Lv 6..1",7.00,

. Central((90th Meridian)Time,one hour slower All Trains of this Road -are Run by Central ((90th) STATIONS. I i'' j z gZj-Z !IB Sanford and Indian River Unilroud.
than Washington, D. C. Meridian Time which is 33 Minutes Slower I riZ ; a. Ztil4
ctn'' C) I ..

',\ DIVISION.LOCAL than Jacksonville- Time. -i-I'H I-=:"' :LH: _I- _::.... South Bound.Daily except Sunday.North Bound.


"a"means a.m. time. "p" means p.-m. time.) Passenger Trains will leave and arrive daily, R. R. Wharf .....I 1........ ......_ ....... I 1'-''. Pas. --- s.
...... 8 00 4 23 4 40 7 ()II.Belalr. '
Read as follows: Sanford. I. i :::"' &14't i i STATIONS. N0. ='"
Bead down. up. .......... 3 I 8 oS, 4 8J: 4.50'()'' I 715 2J.:
No 10 N02. Nol No 9 NEW ORLEANS EXPRES. Crystal L'ke 4.1..4' 54'' I I........ _I _
1158 a 716 p an.Jackso n vll le..l v' 800 a 300 P Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 1:35 a m .B ] 813''........ 4571 l I..... n.mp.ml: a.m
10 40 a 6 311 p'" .Baldwin....... 8 45 a 410 P Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:3'' am ents..5. 8 2J1; 43: 5 OS;: 7 55Altamonte. 01Lrj( ) 6.30i1v..Sanford..ar 7.40 p.rn 15011
816a705a 607 P ...Lake City..... 1010 a 603 P Leave Callahan daily at......_.............. 8:18 a m 12 8301 4 43 515; 8 15 3
11.181 6.f! ........Fort Heed......... 7. r.0i 14
5() 420p ........Madlson.Live Oak._....... '. 10 69 a 704p120lp 835p Arrive at Waycross daily at. ........ .....10:15 a ra 1'Iayo.......... 141 83>1 451 52'21 8 7 511.1:;; 6.52 ....... ..*Rutledge.........., 7.13)OI) 2.1012
a 322p Arrive Brunswick via B. &: .V. R.R... 1:50: p m Maitland.... 1518 401 4 53.: 1 532 90tl 6.1138': : 6.57................Lord..1( 2.28 1112111.fill
4 20 a 160 p Iv_Monticelio... ar 130 p 10 35 p Arrive at Thomasville daily at........ l:37pm W'interPark I 18: 8 '5-3i; 4 59! 5 40'' I 'I' 9 20 7.18.Cllfton............. 2.31: 5
8:20 a 115 p ar..Tallahassee... 120 p 1135 p Arrive at BaInbridge daily at........... 3:35 p m .Wllcox...... 201.\; \ 549, I .....- 13,11.1).') 723 *Tuslmw1lla.. 6.50j 2..12 4
152 a 1217 p Iv .....Qulncy...... 315p 152a Arrive at Chattahoochee daily.at...... 4:04 p m Orlando....... :' 6 00 I pO 20 1712.11'} j 35 Ar.........Ovideo..ly: 6.'mi 3.10' O.
]235 a 1130 a River Junction 400p 325 a Arrive at Pensacola via L. &: N. R. IL.io:10 p m *Gatlln _...._ 2ji.......1; ..... .... ; ......_ _
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.: R. R....... 2:30 a m Jessamlne" 261 9 15: 5 18 6 10'' JO 3.1'lne Flag Stations. No. 3 and 6 Daily. Trains
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE It. K. Arrive atNew Orleans via L.&N. R.R 7:2 t a m Castle Ill 9 IRi.; ...... (6 j 15'4Big \........ : No. I 1,2, 4, 5, 7 and S Daily except Sunday.
1159 p 1129 a ar...HI ver J unc...lv 414 p 4 00)() p Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville Cypress, :iOj 9 21 5 :77 6 22'i.' .... .. Train No. 6 stops at KissImmee for breakfast.
10 34 p 10 10 a ....Marlanna....ar" 5 07 p 5 22 a and New Orleans via Pensacola and .McKinnOf.i! 341 9 35i 5 371, 6 33: I.11 10 I I Trains No. 19 and 20 Dally. Trains No.21 and
725p 8 00 a" L'ke DeFuniak 710p biOa Mobile. K1sslmmee: 40: \9 5'J, 6 081 6 51, 1150Capmbells. 22 Dally except. Sunday.
1 .
3 00 p 515 a 1010 p 1230 p FAST MAIL. .; 41)1000) ; ..I 7 05.LakeLochel ......_ Trains Nos. :3 and 6 stop only at Orlando,

115 a lv..New Mobile Orleans........ 7 2 20 25 a Leave Jacksonville dally at................ 2.03; p m '' 52:10201 6331' 725 11240 Kistjltmnee, Davenport, Bartow Junction,
8 80 p .ar a Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..l2KX) m Davenport 57110 30! 6 451 73.5 : 1 DOHatnesCityl Lakeland, Plant City and Auburndale on
7 20 a 7 60 p Montgomery..ar 715 a 7 55 p Leave Callahan dally at...................... 2:45 p m : tnito 40;......; 7 45 i I 15 Signal.
755p 725 a .... Nashville.... It 640p 720a Leave Chattahoochee at.....................11:30: a m Bartow J'nc; 68'105.' >1 7 07, 8 10 I 12 (u5 Connects at Sanford with Sanford and Indian
2 35 p 12 30 a" .....Louisville.. 2 25 a 220p Leave Thomasville at........................ 1:40: p m Auburndale 7211 0.3, 7 HI P.M. : 2 20 River Railroad for Ovldeo and points on
815a 820p lv..Clnclnnatl..ar 635a 635p: Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 4:40 p m -Fitzhugbs.. 7i 11 13; 7 211 ::2 5.5Lakeland" Lake Jessup; with the People's Line andDeBaryB

710 a 7 :20 p iv ....St. Louis. ...ar 7 4U a 8: UP p Arrive at Jesup daily at...................... 6:15: p ni ... 831112S: 7 3>'1........ I 343 ya Merchants' Line of Steamersfor
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. &: G... 1 K-35 p m Plan City... 93114S I 7 55. ..... 4 30 Jacksonville and all Intermediate pointson
8 uo P 8 4o p Iv ..._.uhicago.ar: iO 30 a 7 oa p Arrive at Savannah daily at.....-.......*7:58 p m *Cork........... 9S 115SSetl'ner I ........... :......_ St. Johns River, and with Steamers for In-
No. and 2 dally. No. 9 and 10 dally except Arrive at Charleston daily at.. ............ 1:25 a m ....."... loa 12 101 8 15,........ : 5 lIJ dian River and Upper St. Johns.At .
. Sunday. Arrive at Washington, D.C.,daily at 11:00 p m Mango.....,,..''103'12 8 20 j..._... 5 2') Kissimmee with Steamersfor Fort Myers
Arrive Baltimore...............................12:35 I a m *Orlen......":1091225''......- .......I :..... .. and Bassingerand points! on Kisslmmee river.
SOUTHERN DIVISION. Arrive Philadelphia.........................._ 3:45 a m Ar Tampa...:115 12 4U 1' 8 451....... 5 5i At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern
Shortest, Quickest and only Direct Route to Arrive at New York daily at.._.......... 6:50: a m PM PMI PM Railway for all points North East and West,
and from all points in South: Florida. Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville I I 1 I I INOu.'rll and at Bartow with the Florida Southern
and New York. Railway for Fort Meade and points South
THROUG'H AND LOCAL TIME CARD. EMiT FLORIDA EXPRESS. Connects at Tampa with steamer, "Marga-

Read down. Head up. Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 4:30: p m 110UND.i ret" for Palma Sola, liraldentowo, Palmetto andTampa
No. 4. No. 8. No. 7. No.3. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.._.....11:30 a m i ici'r' Manatee and all points on HilUborough!
1010 a 400p( ( Ar.Fernandina 10 10 a 410 p Leave Callahan dally at.....................? 5:14: p m I .I- :I Bays.Also .
.660a 245p500a Ar... Callahau...Ar 1130 a 615 p Arrive at Callahan...........................?10:46: am : ::; oI c'-3. 0 -00 with elegant new Steamship "Mas-
140 p Lv.:..Baldwin ...Ar1231p 930 p Leave Way ross................................._ 7:30 p m STATIONS. 'i II( Z i CZI l4 ;Z :gi cotte" of the Plant Steamship Co., for Key
5 50 a 235p Ar Jackson vi lie Lv 1145 p 845p Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 8:25 a m I -- U1 I C C)) ,;, +4 V 0 I tiLeave West and Havana, with steamers West.for Cedar.
5 00 a 160 p Lv....Baldwin..Ar 12 30 p 945p Leave Gainesville daily at.................. 3:50 p m !yI! Co. -( I.Q I- Keys and Mall Steamers tor Key Sanfordon
Leave at Lake City...... ......... ........... 3:45 p m I = Passengers for Havana can leave
4 45 a 132 p Ar..._Baldwtn..Lv 12 50 p 10 00 p ... ... ; : !I Express Train at 4.35 p. m. Monday and
Leave Live Oak daily at. ............. 7:10 p m PM AM I AM
3 35 a 12 40 p Ar-.,Lawtey_...Lv 1 43 p 1116 p Leave Thomasville dally at................ll:15: p m Tam pa.........: 0'': 135' 5151! 5 40 Thursday connecting same evening! with
3 00 J2 SO Ar,.._Starke......Lv 2 01 11 42
a p p p Arrive at Albany daily at.-.............._ 1:30: a mArrive *Orlent.......: 6 1 181..1., ......I I stca"pr at Tampa.Applications .
2 30 1135 Lv......Waldo..Ar 2 35 122l a be made
a p p ; 1011551. 615Seflner for Passports can
Montgomery via Central R. R. 8:00 a m Mango ..... ..". 5 3.51 I'
10 00 p 1125 a Ar......W aid 0......Lv :2 45 p 4 15 a Arrive Mobile via L. &: N. R. R.....:.... 2:10 p m ........r12: 2 (JO........ 5 I 6 25 through any Notary Public and such applications -
845p 1035aAr..GaInesville..Ar 330p 53.30. Arrive New Orleans via L. &: N. R.R. 7:30 p m *Cork : 17' 2101:..."... .40j i _... : when vised by Spanish Consul at Key
530 P 9 40 a Ar..Archer.....Lv 420 P 8 20 a Arrive Nashville via L. &: N. R. It.... 7:10 a m Plant Cf ty22t; ; 2101 i"""" 6 001 j 7 20Lakeland. West will answer the purpose of Passport.
460p 910aAr..."Branson....Lv 46)p 910 a Arrive Louisville via L. &: N. R. R..... 2:25 a m .. I 2 4:3: 6 301 8zhughs. Q Through Tickets sold at all regular stations
2 00 p 715 a Ar..Cedar Key..Lv 6 45 p 12 25 a Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. It. R... 6:35 a m Nt ....1 33'' 3 55 t: I'I"'''''' 6 i 815Auburndalel points North, :11lt: nn; West.FREDERIC.

225p 112o aAr.'Valdo..I..v 245p 1230p; Arrive St.Louis................................... 7:40 a m 43\\ 3 l'5' AM { 6 ;364 900Hartow H. RAND,
Ge,,.'l Ticket Agent
137 a 10 49 a Ar..Hawthorne.Lv 325p442p 137a Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville J'nci 47: 317'' 5 551 6 45 ; 9 35; I

.........4* 933aA1SilyerSpringLv .......... and St. Louis, via Thoruasville, Albany, *HainesCltYi; 51 I 3. d 1)! 6 81'. .'.=: \\10 !02;" I
1125p945p 9 20 p Ar.._Ocala ......Lv 457 p 337 a Montgomery and Nashville. 1 j Davenport. 581 3 40 b 201 7 05;, ,, 34Lakefjche1 I I
Ar..Wildwood..Lv GUlp 511 a JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. I' 631. 350'ti :ml: 7 15' ,,10 50 '

862p 7 47 a Ar..Leesburg..Lv 637p 5 52 a Leave Jacksonville.............................. 9:30: p m *CampbellJ.1 71'' 4 101! 6 501......-; 1......_ BEE-KEEPERS' MAGAZINE .
8 Pop 720aLv.1.'avares".Ar 700p 630aTAVARES. \ Arrive Jacksonville............................ 8:05 a m Kissimmee..i I 7.5: 4 2JI: 7 051 8 o.5i j 10
ORLANDO fc ATLANTIC RAILROAD. Leave Callahan...................................10:20 p m *:\Klnllon; 81! 4 3il i 7 17' 8 1.5 1230BigCypress : ,
; 271 82.)1
716p TiOaAr... Tavares. ...Lv 720p 7 20 a Arrive Waycross..................................12:35' a m B3t! 451 7 I ::1250 25&: cents! a Year '
625 P 625aAr..nApopkaM..Lv? 810 p 810 a Arrive Albany via B. & W. R. R......... 5:30 a m *PIne Castle 8S: 4 52;: 7 al; ....... ,......
615 p 6 00 a Lv.Orlando 8 40 P 84 a Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 9:10 a m *Jessamlne_ 89 4 5-5:' 737, H 32 11 I 05Gatlin. Address
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. IL....... 1:35' p m 90.... I. .. .
FLORIDA RAILWAY NANIGATION CO lPANY. Arrive Jesup......................................... 2:15am Orlando..._... 93, 5 111, 7 481! 8 32 '! 150Wilcox. Sample Free. Barry town, N.'Y.
5 60 P .......... Ar...Wild wood...Lv .......... 9:35 a Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. &: G.... 6:00 a m '1 .... 93 ......-I 7 a,3; ;,,........ "
6 20 a.......... An.PanasotTkee.Lv .......... 1010 a Arrive Macon via E. T. V. &: G. R. R. 8:30 a m I Winter P'rk I 971! 5 2) 80.11 852 I 215Maitland ,
4 (00 p.......... Ar.St.Catherlne.Lv .......... 1110 a Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. &: G. R.R.12:05 m _...1100! : 5321 8 071 8 58 i 2 30 Type for Sale. ,
1145 p .......... ArWlthlac'chee Lv .......... 1130 a Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R....._ 6:50 a m Mayo ........._'1101.. 5 35': 8 10;; 9 OU 2 4i') 800 pounds Long Primer, the type the Dispatch -
Altamonte.. 5 41): 8 15: 1) 04 258 -
bleeping Cars on No.9 and 10. Sleeping Car Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir is printing from Is offered for sale'
Longwood... 1051 5 47 S 26: 9 L9' :a 2) ,
Rates between Jacksonville and Orlando, Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and
only $1 for berths. via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between Bents, ........ 110! 556} 831 ........ ......_ cheap. Address
Trains No. and frdaily. Nos. 3 and 5 daily Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through "*Cr'stalL'ke111i.: ....." 8 31.:......_ ........ U.
except Sunday. ; Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and ......... 6 OOi 8 'UI 9 20. I :t H
: Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville Sanford..."...11I5, 6 101' 8 50, 9 30, I 4 (0 SAm: pc sE 81.OOrorl3AVeekB.Thepoi.I
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and Cincinnati, via Jesup.SAVANNAH Ar.R.'Vharf jP..U.IAK lAM i 1 i P M ;: E CASKTTJKwill
FernandIna and Jacksonville Branch. I 1 EXPRESS. be mailed,securely wrapped,to a:.y Itlrcsa In the:

No 30. No 32. No 40. \o 42. Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m Pemberton Uruncli. S.F. R.R. United receipt Sates of /W. W>S3Sr7Ci tr :a ....._\J), Ono forThrco Dollar.Months Liberal
Lv.Jacksonville...... 9 25 a. .5 00 p 9 00 a 5 35 p II Arrive Jacksonville......_.................... 8:05() a in Ferry: on dlaconnt allowed to I'o tma.Hters! ,Agents nnd
Duval-...............11 OOa 5 23; p 9 Z1 a 558 P Leave Callahan ...............................10:20 p m Clubs.The l'ouCE ft2JJ&BB! Effil GAZETTE
Ar.Fernandina.1120a 610 p lO lO a 6 45 p Arrive Callahan.................................. 7:05 a m South Bound North Bound. of New York Is the I u aJrtB&.EllJJ ONLY legitimate .
'. Ocean Beach......1120 a 6 SO p 10 25 a 6 58 p I Leave Gainesville at........................... 3:50 p m Read Down. Head Up. Illustrated;: Sporting and Sensational
Gainesville ................. .- ----.. -- I
No29. iso31. Noi; J. 1\041. Arrive ............ 9:35 a in m '-j; '8trF Journalpublis!he.lontoAmcrcatcontinent. : ETDETCT I
Lv.Ocean Beach...... 6 45 a 2 30 6 45:a 3 45 Leave Lake City....................................3:15 p m 07'.1'1.! F'st Pas I 11'1'1Ex.! h. I, Apply for terms to e rKk & .
p Ft. I
p Arrive Lake .......................... STATIONS.
Fernaudina.......700a 2 45 7 00 a 4 00 City .... .10:00 a m ..- i19. .?.1' t : 2.1' I Richard K. Fox. Franklin Sauare. New York
Ar.Duval................. 7 47 a 8 51 P p 7 47 a 4 46 P p Leave Live Oak at............................... 7:10 p m -:,- -I '' A. I.1 I.; I
Ar.Jacksonville...... 810 a 425 810 a 5 10 Arrive at Live Oak daily at............... 6:15 a m I--I-I I II
No.'29 30 31 and 32 daily P Sunday.No. P Arrive Thomasville-............?............. 7:50 a m ,P.x. A.11. ''A.3IP.X., New Book of Fancy Works with
3a, and except Arrive Albany....................................11:50 a m o !15.20 4.50LvPembert'nFeryArliO,1Uj,!' ( i 9.2'J7:; II FREE ICO: Illustrations, 150 New Stitches,
O..41 42Sunday only. Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R.... 7:23 1 1 I a.21 4.55 .........*1'ltzgerald .b0.03, 1 9.15ta; I 10 Special Offers. 200 picture Bulletin
CONNECTIONS.AtCallahan Nashville p m 3 5.30 .. .:............ Oriole ...! IJ.)7' .......;fH I 48 col. all 4c.
Arrive L. & R. R. story
via N. ... 7:10 paper
with Savannah, Florida and a m 6 5.47......' Bay CiIY. . .... .' .;59 NATIONAL, IIAZAIC,
Arrive Louisville via L. & .
N. R.
R. 2:20 postage.
Western Railroad, Savandah, Macon Atlanta Cincinnati via p m 10j 5.S'J......':............ *lacon... I 9.3.>j;.......i.;' 7 \V. :N. Y.
Arrive L. & N. It. R... 6:35 llrcatlway,
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Charleston, Washington, New p 6.05 S.3.51..0\vensboro........; 9.33'; '; 8.411:
I Arrive St. Louis via L. &' N. R. R...... 8:0.1( ------ --- ---- ------
Cincinnati, St. Louis Chicago and points : ; p m 12j .......... ......j
all : ... ( 6.18 6.03 .Dade City .. M.I5138 A YEAU clear
Arrive Waycross. ....... ..... ..........12:3-5 a m 9.20)1'
West and Northwest.At $ OO to $2500 be
Arrive Brunswick 2'Ji, 6.23 6.4'),........._Rlchland............i: 7.31i32 1 allexpenseean
via B. fc W. R.R. 7:40
Steamers.At Silver. Spring, with Ocklawaha river Arrive Jesup.......................:?..............-.. 3:13 a a m m 32j l 6.501! 7.101........*Tedderv11le .. 8.3 6.5022 I made working for us. Agents preferred wbo
Orlando with Florida Southern Railroad : Arrive :Savannah.: ................................ 6:15 a m 31 7.05 7.30'........." Kathleen" . 8.23: 6.11.17; can furnish their own horses and give their
for Sanford Lockelana and : Arrive Charleston..........._...._...........12:55 p m 4/1 7.13! .........Gritlln's Mill........ 8.14 6.0,12, whole time to the business. Spare moments!
Tampa.At .. ...... _..........
.. .. .. 4J1, 7.40, 8.30 "Lake1and 8.05 5.010 be employed also. A Jew
i Arrive Washington_ ....... .. ..........10:30)a m may profitably va-
Cedar with Steamer Gov. Safford
Key ... 51 i 9.00;.............Ilaskell.( ...........; 7.44 5.011,, 6 cancies in towns and cities. B. F. JOHNSON
Sunday and Wednesday for Manatee and Arrive New York.. .... ....................... 5:30 p m 8.001
I 57' 9.2JiArrlveBartow..L vel 7.:1 4,40 0
& CO. 1013 Main St. Richmond Va.
Tampa. .Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonville i : .
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MALLORY STEAMSHIP- LINE. and, Pullman Tampa.Buffet Cars between Jacksonvilleand Bartow ISraucIi.-Daily i cept Sunday. ;! $100 A WEEK. .

Steamer Express leaves Jacksonville Washington.
Thursday at 5:00 p. m., connecting with the ,.Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail South Bound. North Bound. {:i Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant prof-
elegant Steamships of the Mallory Line, sail- and Steamship connections, and baggage I itable employment write at once. We want
in -weekly for New York direct. checked through. Also Sleeping Car bertha Pas.fPas.1! i !v Pas.,Pas. you to handle an article of domestic use that
SEA ISLAND AND CUMBERLAND ROUTES. and sections secured at the Company's Office :fLi&Ft I=" p'FATION IE: &l<'t'; No. recommends itself to every one at sight:
The 9.25 Steamer Express of Wednesdayand I In Astor's Building,82 Bay street,and at Passenger \): I ,! 4. STA1'JK AS n.OUlt. Sells like hot cakes.
Saturday connects with steamer St. Station and on board People's Line --j! (I---! Profits SCO per cent. Families wishing to.
Nicholas (Sea Island Route), direct for Steamers H.B.Plant and Chattahoochee and j ,M.jP.1f. practice economy should for their own
Brunswick,Darien and Savannah.connectlng De Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson- 8.10 ,0 Lv. .Bartow Junc Art!' 0 II 5.00, benefit write for particulars. Used every
with steamer and rail to all points.A. vllle. 8.25 : 5 Lv.WlnterHaven Ar{, 51 'k'J, day the year round In every household.
O. MACDONELL, WM. P. HARDEE, 8.<).) i91LV EagleLake..1 a.Z3: Price within reach of all. Circulars free
Gen. Pass. and Ticket Agent General Passenger Agen 8.44, /121 "...Gordonville......... : 5.33r I I Agents receive !''oiunlple| Free. Address
D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Supt.t R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. \ 9.00: Ar. H.Bartow.. .Lv 171 5.50i I Domestic lUll.'&:' Co.. Marion, Ohio. _

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S. B. HUBBARD & CO. Samples Free CROWN Samples Free

Bargains in Roal Estate. MEDICATED .

JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Complexion PowderHighly KNABE!

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL indorsed by the theatrical profession

... r Contains valuable meoleinal proienlewhichquickly
DEALERS IN remove all blemishes of the skIn. It PIANOFORTES.UNEQUALLED .
effects a complete Transformation,and causes

Hernando County Lands. Hardware Stoves and Tin-ware the most ordinary person to become St-Iklng-;
ly Beautiful. Jt Is put up In Pearl and Flesh Tone, Touch, ,Workmanship, and Durability:
tints; in large toilet boxes and Is for sale
Sash Doors and Blinds, Paints, by TTILI.IA3I KXABE fc CO.
all Druggists, or sent securely\ sealed to any
204 and 200 West
will sell for one-fourth cash a beautiful Oils and Varnishes, Pumps, address on receipt of PRICE FIFTY" CENTS In No. 112 Fifth Avenue,New Baltimore York. Street,Baltimore.
tract of Eighty acres sloping pine land, near stamps or currency. Ladies can obtain elegant -

Oriole, In Hernando County, for Slt* O.) No Lead and Iron Pipes, Sugar samples FREE, by enclosing lOcts. In
waste on the tract. No more beautiful location stamps to p iy fnr postage and packing, ad-
for a magnificent Winter Home and Mills, Leather and drf ss. naming this paper CHOWN CHEMICAL

Orange Grove.AdJotning CoMPANY,1U1 Aich St., Philadelphia, Pa. MasonG Hamlin
Rubber Brit+ and .
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the town site of Oriole and about .
oEre.! o..d. .
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twa hundred yards from the railroad and Mill Supplies CI. I ...!-.t--: I.a N_ '_:.II..
postofflce", I offer 40 acres of land, all high and Zg-at>CI I .. = ORGANS _
for Suitable for out In = + e=a3gm. s :
dry, 11,000. laying of every description. -=.r
town lots I Zmk0***.=. CfJ a U..Zisa z Highest at all Great Honors Er,=t...0. l :-t.f J Stringing.New mode Do of

For sale or rent, in Orlole-a two-story, four- 'I .UlilSC3ss ''''-2-... World's Exhlb 3fIi.JM not requite one-
"NEW I-oc-c- i t i o n s for 'pIJolta. quarter as
room, painted house, nbxt to the chief store A DEAL" I & ... M- eighteenyears.One much tuningas
and postottlcfi' built this year. Oriole has z_-c- =.p F9 hundred -- Pianos on theprevailing '

school,church bakery,restaurant, postoftjce BT -C3ssOS1Ss b >.c.=.;..... E.a..o a. Styles For, $22.Cash to II w res; i t-pin
railroad accommodations, two stores saw- eU d 900.
u.- = Easy Payments system. Remarkable
mill, and other attractive i features for a per- _c-*4 o-r o as t re..:o>-" Rented.Catalogues for
Deere & ? F
manent home. About twmiy five houses Company .CI."fw=aS aN cre try..:::_c-ma0.mo free punty of tone
built I here in past two )'earlJ.oUlsel1! for .." i rec..:". '-e..o and durability.
I :E =: 4A
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S1W, or rent for$;5 per annum I ... c E-t RI=z..._.='I." .
I MOLINE, ILLINOIS. I o_": -o: : _cO. ORGMAMDP1AHOCO.154TremcntSt..Boston. .
FF.p- 92L
TLeO'lole !Jmpro\'emeut.Company =mMa.C q :enm _=t.- .

have, Just built, for sale or rent, a two-story Two Horses can do the work of Tiree. I S"c-.. amocOm =_=c:.>mcto?-re-=.cAI.c :A 46 El 4th St. (UnionSq.),
house In the town of Oriole, rooms c'--.Q -
W""d and rn4 : : emQ N. Y. 149 Wabash Ave., Chicago.
double piazza front single piazra rear, hall e..; ::JeI: ::c $ I>>'"
above and below. Will sell for $ICU) or rent 5 ;= > :f
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for 5120 per annum. b'P endld location. A SAVING OF 0 F ONETHIRDIN Z VO O =z .c t "eIIIU
= ca;t.i "Uc._!! .
I, .....mcaEE-C; QaE: n.::_>!! <> PIAfiOS&ORGANS
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THE COST OF PLO WIML G7m.i0.aln: ; ;m 3 =CuD O ,; Ut alt makes direct to c iato-
I !# o as e.o mers from head aartet i, at
Turned wi hune power -... =PQ -w; rccs.: All goods
24 inches 1 16
4eretoton ngiilred for guarantee No money asked

Sumter County Lands. till instruments are. recfjve-l
and fully tested. Write US
p before purchasing. An 'nvestment of 2 cents may
save you from 85O.no to 8100.00. AJdrew

Eighty acres of high and dry pine land, |vjpreat sour faith we caD cure you,de Jufferer JESSE FRENCH, Nashville Tenm
withinmileof Bushnell and JSt.Catheilne ,WI will mall enough to convince,| W/.olu Distributing JJcp'tfor ths .
B. LAUPXBBACU & 1? ark, .J.
ree. S. Co. :'
Stations on F. R.&N.Co's line, and same distance -
from Dragem and Pemberton Junctions -- ------ -
on F.S. It. K. Good orange and farm.
Ing land. Price Jl" per acre. .A.. C.A. FL MISCELLANEOUS..
Li r
In the town Webster, on F. B. R. R., I To all who are suffering from the errors and

otfer for sale 2 acres, close by station; 175 orange Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early READ THIS CAREFULLY

trees Just coming into beating; house 9 decay, loss of manhood, &c., I will send a recipe
21x2J feet, one and a half storks high; beau-
tlful place. Price$3,500. ;piI IIN that will cure you,FREE OF CHARGE.This great In order to introduce and ad\erli.u cur
o'dIn! all parts of the country vT ONCE we
remedy was discovered by B, missionary in South are almost

Lot of one acre In WEbster,1G1) yards from The greatest plow improvement of the times, America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the
station house 15x21! feet, two stories a bargain GIVING AWAYthe
; ; REV..
JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D,New York
I Cily.
$50.= Fronts the station. THE "NEW DEAL" WHEELED following! Valuable Collection of Heautl-
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fut Useful Amusing and Miscellaneous
Small store house In Webster; living rooms Things. We will fend the Entire Collection,
above; corner lots; right at station. Will sell WALKING PLOWS CECIL H. PLUMMER, post-paid,for only 18<\
or rent. You cannot fall to be more than satisfied.",
SINGLE AND DOUBLE FURROW. 6 Beautiful Kngravings.: viz: The Morning
of Life A Garland cf Flowers The First Love-
THE "NEW DEAL" Is lighter in draft and more VETERINARY SURGEON letter,The Fagg'"t Gatherer, IndIan' Summer,
easily handled than a hand plow, and cats a and The Waning Yar. 6) Portraits cf Famous -

,; Marion Lands.Fine more uniform farrow. Men,26 Portraits of Famous and Heu>
County THE "NEW DEAL" is lighter draft, lighter in Student of the Royal Veterinary College off tifu'! Women,'JQO Selections Autograph Album -

weight, and lighter in price than a sulky plow, london *,41 Fancy Work Designs In Embroideiy,
Croch't, Berlin Net and Lace Work, Cro-s
and will I do all its work.
Farm Dud Orange Grore.The Will answer all communications through let- Stitch, etc.; Popular Songs all the favor-
e THE "NEW DEAL" Gang'cnts24'inches with the
It PS, ; 3001'uzz'esClra'adesRebusef'. l Knlgmas,
draft of a 16 inch hand plow-a saving of 50 per ters and telegrams.
Riddles, etc.; 100 Valuable Mon y-Mnkirg e-
best farm for the in Marion
money cent. In labor. Docs all the work of a four-
nets, some of which have old lor J5 each 69
7 miles from Ocala, tile county seat :
county ; ;
; horse riding gang with one less horse and little
Amusing Parlor Famf K' 4 miles from Belleview and 1% miles from half the ; Jlttgicand
than cost.
Santos, Railroad stations on toe F. R. &N. more Office In Orlando, Fin., at 1 Legerdemain; oH Chemical and other hlxpeiimentfc -
Can now be had at least $500 under Its value. THE "NEW DEAL" Plows are ALL STEEL, : :83? Popular Hecitaiions, the I an-
It is high rich hammock; 45 acres In cultiv insuring greatest strength with lightest weight. Reed &,Foster's Stables. !ruage of rower) the Golden Wheel Fortuue-

lion, 35 acres In timber. Two homes, a large This is no untried and rickety experiment, and TrUer a Dictionary of Drean' a Guide to
and small one. Near a spring of pu'H water. these claims are not made recklessly to attract at Flirtation, the Maple Age Tablet, the Lovers'
Over 20o orange trees, 40 bearing. The aped tention. This pyBtezn is the outgrowth of careful! O PWI41andWHISKYIiABITScurdathomervithoutpain. Telegraph the Magic Square the Morse T.-le-
owner, unable to occupy It, Is selling It and observation and experiment reaching over a periodof gr.-ph Alphabet, the Peat anal l IurnbAlpha-
., het, the' Seven Wonders of the World and
guaranteeing 2u bushels of corn per acre,Unfertilized year, with a rational view of the requirements ---- a
also the successful growing of of the times. Map of the United States.Remembn'u'e .
kind"vegetabld and Iruit to be raisedin will sen ryou EVERYTHING
every They are superior to any plows ever offered, WANTED for Dr. Scotia named above for only 18 't'. in portfcie
belt aud rise if well farmed A
orange a and the molt economical plows ever placed in the gen S beautiful Eld-trie Corsets Address UNION SUI'I'LY AGENCY
of $500( per annum on Its price during term ol market. Send for circular.
llrusbPs Belts etc. Sample free. No Kox 322
I'liUadtlphla, Pa.
purchase years' time. Price $3, risk sales. satisfac-
quick Terri'ory given
payments, or$3,000 cash. State Agents for the above Plow. tion guaranteeil. Address ,

ALSO 1>H. SCOTT, 843 Broadway, N. Y. 100 Album Verses
GIVEN I AWAY 14 funny Love ana

Deere & Co's Steel Pony 1, 2 and Can obtaIn Marriage sc.nee, 1
MARRIED LADIES VAJ.UABI.E Fortune Teller,2"Kurius" Love-letter,12ln! .
3-Horse Steel
HOMES IN FLORFDA Riding, and samples, securely sealed, by return mall, terestlng Game?, 2 Beau Catchers, 1 Manic
Walking and Plain Culti- enclose: sell addressed stamped envelope, and Age Tablet, the Language: Howeis, and
-samples of New Goods that will till
name this pep r Crown Chemical Company, youipockets
vators. With Gold. ALL SENT "'Ict101:
1018 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Reliable Lady Agents Wanted. only 13c..to I help ray po'tnse. etc UNION
iiiTMs is the Bigr/ntt Offer ever made ly c"
Oriole, Ilerxiaxido County. Planet Jr. Cultivators and Garden Tools, Reliable Firm and till our renders should take
advantage of it A T ONr'E"- 'll..I .

Bend stamp for colored Map of Oriole and WashburnIoen8 .

Information how to get a home In Florida,
close by Railroad In activeoperaUon. Splen-
did orange lands. Large number of new
groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly keep the largest stock otAGRICULTURALIMPLEnENTS A FRIEND IN NEED.Dr. SCHOOL
coming In from all over the Union. Attractive ,

plan of purchase; but little cash required. hvcct'sINFAlliBLE Primary, Preparatory and Academic Depart-
Bargains oflered. In the Stat\ ments.

jr_ LINIMENT. MIS. S. P. FLEMING, A. B., a graduate of
Catalogues ani Prices sent free. Correspondence Cornell University having had
W. B. CLARKSON many j'ean/
solicited. Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
experience In saute< of the bet *cliouN' in firs
Sweet, of Connecticut, the natural Bone Setter -
States of New York and Ohio assisted!
by au
Address Has been used l for than SO
more years,
Office: 72J "1. Bay St., up stairs; and ll i is the best known remedy for Rheumatism able corps advantages of teiclier fort, oi.ers, orough to the tducatioti puMic superior

S. B. HUBBARD & CO., Wounds Neura'glasprain3 and all Kruifies,Cuts,Bums, Boar'ihiw Department in charge of an accomplished
J Injuries.
Jacksonville Fla. lady. For further particulars if-
Jacksonville, Fla SOLD IIY ALL DltUGGISlS-THY IT. quire of Principal at b9 East Monroe bLl(et.


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Of the best quality of heavy oak hickory and cabbage hammock having miles of river and
bay fronts and best water protection in Florida. Especially AND .
adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables. "
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3....* -2fl= ;--* -lID 2-2 a 9 i Has for sale choice Lots Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows Interest on deposits,Collects
= ANTHONY & YOUNGo:: ; :: :::::.= Rents and Interest, Negotiates Loans, etc.J. .
Ilels iffiil : ; g
: = ogS 5-3-s S. 5-0 C. GKEEL.EY, President. L. D. HOSITIEll, Treasurer.
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mt4Q* .0'QG m eDtp e 50m ; ALEX. J. DALLAS
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I have In hand
a large amount of Florida
5 Si t& -8SS* Palmetto Manatee Co., Fin. I sS:;r IS= 98i lands for sale, in Volusia, Brevard and Polk, (U.S.A. Retired.)

ono= fi!c-! -IS t .* igF and In a number of counties around Tallahassee. San Antonio, Ilcmaiitlo Co., Flit.
o I Some at very low prices. Those desiringmy
: & ? 11 assistance in selling lands will please ad- REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Town property improved and unimprovedin dress me at 494 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. ,
all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and No commission charged If a sale is not Notary Public and Conveyancer.:
bay fronts. Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites I made. D. MARTIN.. ;[Lands solicited for all. Prompt attention to
on mainland and Islands. Yachting. unsurpassed. Correspondence solicited all
correspondence. Send stamp for Circularand
I Land List. .
JOHN T. LESLEY President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE,Sec. &Treas. ---_.


TAMPA: FLORIDA, 'I Mass. Real Estate Co. I 1

Has earned 10%per cent. net upon its capital
Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every' Invested to the present time, and now owns South Florida Lands
description of Real Estate. We. solicit correspondence. Send for our. Descriptive' about half million dollars woi th of first-class ,
and business real estate. It is under the management -
Pamphlet newspaper.
I of such men as Lieut.Gov. Ames, Mayor .
I Green,of Fall River Send to offices of Co. situated in the counties of
Orange Brevard.
W. R. BROWN & CO., !I for prospectus, to GEO. LEoNAuD, Agent,216 Volusia, Sumter, Polk, Hernando,, Hillsbor-
Street Boston Mass.
I Washington ough and Manatee,and


Braidentown" Real Estate Agency. 849 TOWN. LOTS

Tallahassee Hon. A. J. Russell Hon. in the towns of Kissimmee, Winter Haven
Perry, ; Jacksonville;
Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Jus-
Eagle Lake, Jordonville Bartow Auburn
Walter Gwynn, Sanford. ________ ____ ____ tice of the Peace, dale, Lakeland, Seffner! Mango:, and, Orient.
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR. NOTARY PUBLIC. Braidentown, Manatee Co.. Fla. 41soLots (Jn the towns of Pember'on, Owens-
Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estateon boro, Richtand, Kai hleen and Haskell, on
Vc> L.E] e&3 C'C' >
3 commission. Eighteen years' residencein line of the Pemberton Ferry Branch. A map
Manatee Personal and descriptive notes of South Florida,show
County. knowledge of
Real Estate Brokers and Agents most of the lands throughout, the county.As ing location of these lands, will be furnishedon
a practicing Attorney, and as County application to the Land Department of
the South Florida Railroad
61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Judge for a number of years, I have had occasion Company.
to become familiar with titles
Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. City and the County Records. Having been many continuously S. O. CHASE,
and Suburban Property for Sale. engaged all these years in the actual
Correspondence solicited. cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable Acting Gen'l Land Agt.S. F. R. R. Co.,
products of this semi tropical section. Sanford,Fla.
,gives me advantages in the selection of the
2,000,000 ACRES OF LANDFOR I various qualities of lands suitable. Maps
and Abstracts furnished,Titles examined and POULTRY.Fancy .
Deeds executed. Information furnished. Correspondence -
SALE BY solicited.
NOTE.Braidentown Is situated on the
south bank of the beautiful Mnnaiee River,
THH MM SOUTH MffAy about thirty-five miles south of Tampa. Has Poultry. T-
COMPANY dally service by the elegant steamer Margaret. -
Adjacent are the lovely Terra Cela.Sara- .-
. sota.and Palma Sola Bays, teeming with all W. \V. FENDKICH
SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES:OF kinds offish, clams and oysters; and here on ,
I the Gulf coast are the most beautiful build- Successor to Albert Fries,
ing sites in the world,with thousands of acres
of hammock and pine lands, where tropical Keeps 20 varieties of I-ure-br- Fowls.
Columbia Bradford Putnam Alachua Marion
Clay, Levy, Orange
fruits and choice vegetables may be grown to Yards: Shell Road, near \loncriprHprL: :
perfection. Eggs for Hatching,$2 per dozen.
Sumter Hernando Hillsborough Brevard Baker Polk & Manatee
P. O. Box ';.q l Jacksonville, ':iiMention
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# '- Dispatch.FORTYFOURTH.
O mslstlng of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Prices KISSIl\Il\IEE
11.2to' $5 per acre,.according to location. .

Real Estate i
For further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Pala ka,Fla. Agency. ,nEK' u

L. N. WIl-iKIE, S. CONANT.Chie1 ---- R+ s

Clerk Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manage* Healthy Lands! Low Trices! I

Kissimmee oflers the best chances for set-
W. E. SIMPSON tiers in Florida. It Is the coming district,as
all who know the Sate testify. There is Big
Money for investors in Town Lots.High YEAR.One .

Pine and Hammock Lands of the best Farm" Industrial and Stock

EAL : EST. ATE. At reasonable prices. Periodicals ATLANTA AND in the, GA.South.,

Also good land for Truck Farming. A few '
small Bearing Groves on tracts of from THE FLORIDA DISPATCH,

Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices. will be sent one year for S2.30. Sample copies
BARGAINS IN CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY, These Groves are easily enlarged, and atlorda sent free.
good start. Correspondence solicited.


Broward Lots., Burnside Beach Lots, Kissimmee,Orange Co., Fla. AND IIOHTIC'I7I/ri71lIST.

For the Flower Garden, Greenhouse, Fruit
LOTS IN MAYWOOD.Groves and Vegetable Garden, New and Rare Plants
and Flowers, Fore try, Botany, hints for
month And season,for amateurs,florists,fruit
Simpson's' Addition to Springfield made and warranted on the most growers; etc. Lest writers, experienced editor
A '. "- favorable terms, in one of the most healthy of 27 years. Send lor a sample with 18
sections of Florida. Boarding and houses to cents in stumps Se:')d fur book list circular, .
On Small' payments. down and balance on long time. Lots \Velshton.. Money to Loan. rent at moderate prices. Send: for particularsand free. Subscription, S2.0:! '* per year. Try it fora
Investments made and guaranteed.INTELLIGENCE 20 cents for glimpses at the Orange Land. year. Your Postmaster or Hub'Sr.' ,ipHon
I For reference we refer you to the editor of agent will supply it; address; thn publisher
this paper. Direct to'V. eHA H.IAHOT., -
H. REED. 814 Chestnut f t., Phlla.
Pittman, I"Ia.
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Help supplied and'positions secured. W. :M.LEDWITH. F. C. SOLLEE. ,
... .. .. ST. NICHOLAS, FLA.,
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;' : The_ Stereoptlcoii Advertising1 Company Space to Let. ROTTED BONE MANURE-
I Decomposed wHh Potash.
For information! to any of the above,address Price SOl)per ton,free on board in Jacksonville
Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, Samples of 16 different grades of Fertilzer
W. E. SI3XPSOIV: JACKSONVILLE,FLA. put up by Mr. Baker, can be seen at the Ger-
.' I man Drug Store, 19 E. Bay St. Jacksonville. .
P.O. Box 25.F Over Bank of Jacksonville. Headquarters for Haines City Property. Send 2-cent stamp for catalogue.


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CLARENCE. M. GORDON (Season 1887. THE Season 1 S'7.o

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Oranges Vegetables
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;. in adapting them to the most! successful
Patent Water-Proof
Irving Building Oranges growth on of Florida Vegetables soils. Oranges and Vegetables

Oranges Vegetable.
Paper, These JUapes Manures
Oranges (as acknowledged by the best scientific Vegetables
and practical authorities, in the Mapes
i Oranges Pamphlet for 1&S7)) afford the Floiida VegetablesSemiTropic&l
Orange, Fruit and VegetablegrowersSmall
ROOFING, SHEATHING. LINING, CARPETING AND RUGS. the only sale,rational and economical
way manuring.
Fruits. Fruits.

.",, ... Their High Grade Standard Fully Maintained.All .
r" the official analyses published by the Agricultural experimental stations((1886 and
past years) show that the high guaranteed standard of the Mapes Complete and Special
Crop Manures(highest in the world) has been fully maintained. Send postal for new pamphlet -
THE HERRINGTON $5 TYPE-WRITER. 1887, which gives analyses, guaranteed composition, price and all desired informa
tion,viz: How to get them,how to use them,etc.,address

!YSEN, SMITH & CO., (Our-Forwarding Agents) Jacksonville, Fla. '
Send for Circulars and Samples Agents wanted everywhere. Dr. G. W. LANCASTER, DeLand, Fla. I I G. D. CLIFFORD, Eustis, Fla.
Dr. J. N. BISHOP, Sanford, Fla.THE .
a No.55 West Bay Street,Jacksonville,Fla.
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Soluble Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Ash Element,,.
German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats,
High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes.
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4 1 ., pD. All Orders Promptly Filled.R. .

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na: :EI T .A.L: :Ew C> P'I1vG: : : -
Corrugated Iron,Fire Proof Iron Shutters,&0.,Metalic BuildingSupplles.:
74 West Bay street,JACKSONVIIXK,FLA. Is delivered at your nearest Station,

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BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC .At $1 3 :Per Ton..


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Booksellers, Stationers & Paper DealersNo. QEDGWICK

29 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. U

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Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals andMusic bJY

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s Harcourt's Fin. Fruits and How to Raise Them. New Ed. Revised, En-
larged and fully Illustrated. Clotb.....,...."..0.........................................$1.25
Moore's Orange Culture, Rev.Ed.0...........0........ ...,............................:.......$1.00
Oemler's Truck Farming in the South......................................................... 1.50 - .
Whitner's Gardening in Florida.....,.,......................................................... 1.50 -
McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida.................................................. ........ 4.00I Is tbe best general purpose wire fence, In use. It in a strong net-work without, barb Don face
The t.t
injure stock. It will tern; dogs pigs sheep and poultry as well as horses and cattle'
have all the Maps Books,etc.,on Florida.that are published. .Complete lists on applIca- for Farms Gardens Stock Ranges and Railroads. Very neat,pretty styles for Lawns Paris,School-
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last a life-time. It is better than boards or barbed wire in every respect. Give It a fair trial: Ik will .
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working nil-iron automatic or seif-o eninggate.andtheneatestcheap Iron fences.. made.,
DISPATCH The best Wire Stretcher. Cutting Pliers and Poet Au er.. For prices and particulars ask
Hardware Dealers,or address,mentioning paper,
On.J.oy: $2 per ear. SEDGWICK: BROS., Richmond, 'Ind. .

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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. EST TILISIIED :1S7.

between New and '
Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route England
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest. '

.- First-Class Passenger Accommodations.No -VVJL.r.I: :: : LT S
Transhipment -6* 49" No Extra.'Handling.S I ,
Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, $12, (Successor to J. E. Hart,)
20 West Kay 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 every. Thursday at 3 P. :M., and from Savannah as follows : Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat

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: 1 J. E. Tygert & Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers.

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CiTY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.Thursday, Sept. 30,at 8:30: p. m JpPM SULPHATE POTASH,
Hedge.......Thursday, Oct. ,at 2:30 p. m I NITRATE SODA
CITY MYACON,Capt. Kelley.....................?.....................?...Thursday, Oct. 14, at 7:30 p.. m fp \ KAINIT, ETC.
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge................._.......................?...............Thursday, Oct. 21, at 1:00 p. m Prices
CITY OF MACONCapt. Kelley...............................................Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p. m on application July 27 tl
GATE t. ..-:..Thursday, Nov. 4,at 1:00: p.m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley............................._................Thursday, Nov. 11,at 6:00: p.m ti'
GATE t. ...Thursday, Nov. 18,at 11:30: a. m BRADLEY FERTILIZER 00.
CITY,OP MACON, Capt. Kelley...................?........................:.Thursday, Nov. 25, at 7:00: p.m .
GATE Hedge...................?....................................Thursday, Dec. 2,at 11:30 a. m
OITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley......Thursday, Dec. 9,at 5:00 p. m OF BOSTON.
GATE CITY, Capt. .Thursday, Dtc. 16,at 10:30 a. m
Through Bills Lading ap&Tickets over Central Railroad Georgia, Savannah, Florida
and Western Railway and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. ATTENTION, ORANGE GROWERS .
(Florida Dispatch)and the Steamers of the b s Island Route.

W. H. RINu Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.

Kor Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON& BARNARD, Agents, Savannah,Ga. .
J* Tickets apply to connecting lines. "
Result of Nine Years in Culture. .
HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G.S. Agent. Experience Orange

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


Attention, Florida Gardeners !

and" -AND- Use Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer .

Prepared Especially for Florida: Truckers. .


Steamship Company. .
OCALA, Fla.,September 1.5,lS85. t
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 fer..
tilizer to be Just what it is represented,and I cannot speak too highly in irs fnvor. I want
Passage Rates Between Savannah and New YorK. \ same amount this season. 1>. O. EICHELBEROEK.

FORT MASON; Fla., August .
i'o or from New York, Cabin, $25; Steerage,$12.50; Excursion (return trip),543.50. We have used Bradley's' Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and orange trees,awl 21,18&5.I they
rut!: Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows
: have given better satisfaction than any fertilizers we ev er used. DAVIES &T'.tYLOIt.Full .

CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine-..................................Friday, November 5- 1:00 a. In
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton................................................Sunday, November 72:30: p. m Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone Bradley's Palmetto -
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher..............................?............. Tuesday, November 94:00: p. m A
UilY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson...................................Friday, November 116:00: a. m Phosphate, Bradley's Sulphate of Potash,
CHATTAHOOCHEE,Capt. Catherine..............?....................Sunday, November 187:00 a. m i Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc.
Kern pton...............................................Tuesday, November 169:00: a. m
NACOOCHEECE Capt. Fisher..?.?...?...................................Friday, November 19-12:15 a. m I
CITY OF AUGUETA: Capt. Nickerson.................................Sunday, November- 2:00p.m Send for Circulars. _
UHATTAHOOCHEE' Capt. Catharine.............?..................Tuesday, November*- 4:00: p. m I GEORGE E. WILSON State Agent\
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton ................................?.............Friday, November 23- 6:00())a.: m .
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher................................................Sunday, November- 8:00a.m 50 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Flab
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson..............?.................Tuesday, November 30-- 9:00 a. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine....................................Friday, December 3-12:15 a. m "'
FOR PHILADELPHIA. :i iI C> -.J: ::JEt.. :FW ..A.. VCHFLZTES: : ,
[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.] :

UESSOUG!: Capt. Smith.......................................................Thursday, November 4-12:00 n'n I i Trees and All Kinds of "Vegetables*.
JUNIATA, Capt. -..................................................?.......Tuesday, November 94:00: p. m Natural food for plant-life- Especially adapted to sandy soils. Anyone wishing to obtal'
OKHSOUG, Capt. Smith...................................?......................Sunday, November 7:00: a. m a strictly good fertilizer will find it to his interest to try this. It is not a cone- ntraled
flFNIATA, Capt. -............................?..........._....??......-.Friday, November 19-12:00 n'n chemical fertilizer, but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The etlect is permanent.
DESSOUG, Capt. Smith..............................?..................Wednesday, November 214:30 p. m .
JUNIATA, Capt. -............................................................Monday, November 29- 8:00: a.m I| Price ( in Sucks ) $10.00 per Ton.
THESE PALACE STEAMERS, I Send for Circulars. I have no agents. Address .
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and I 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 ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY
: Ti" 3avannah. For further particulars apply to I ,

HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL Agent, ;
Pier No.35, North River,New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah Ga. CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia. I. "
.J. D. HASHAGEN Eastern Agent,.Sav., Florida& Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway Y. I Ashcly Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer. : ,"
For Tickets. apply} to connecting lines. I Cotton and Corn '
Ashley Compound fertilizer
a complete for these two crops, .
H. R. CHRISTIAN, Gen'l .
SolicitingAgent- i and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables. .# ,

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

SETTLERS AND INVESTORS. i iI Ashley Dissolved! Bones. Ashley Acid Phosphate.Pure .

__ i Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnit
I Muriate, Potash,Cotton Seed Meal: etc.
For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers,and good articles : (
on Peas, Kalnit- ,
;.rer'Cbolce Fruit and Vegetable Lands near' transportation for Investment or Cultivation. !i
attain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Daily :Mails ', Floats,etc.,address -:,:;.':>
also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the Installment Plan If desired. Address* !
JAB.M.KRKAMEB, President,over Bank of Jacksonville,or AV. B. GRANT Siipt. | THE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY, ..5 J?:_
Pablo Florija. i
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Charleston,8, C,.." : ,
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