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 15, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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imii"ta9| prPrietorsJacksonville, Monday, ,
A II. dew Seder: Vol. 5, No. 40.
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that, no one can deny. The consump- I I drying ; the pecan, peach, plum pear, periods of mild winters are long enoughto
: tion of be made and other fruits of equal value. A confidence than is
oranges can muca secure greater
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For the FI/OKIDA DIHPATCH larger than it is by proper introduc- few years ago it was said the Northern believed. We have no frozen ears or
: tion. The fruit keeps well and is not grape would not succeed here. Thou- noses or deaths from cold. There is
subject to worms or insects of any sands of pounds have been picked this no reason why we cannot have our
Practical:Words to the Uninitiated. kind. We see failures constantly.The past season-as fine a fruit as grown in insurance against our only periodical
By S. Sanders Neck cause is a want of experience in their native State. With such varietyof trouble. It would be a success pro
The distrust with misconceptionof cultivating,selecting the location and fruits for home use and for exportwe vided we can get officers who will
the. future prospects of Florida by planting poor trees-hammock stumps will do well enough. From official keep their fingers from the till.
many Northern capitalists is astonish- that have grown long before the In- sources it is reported Florida produces If we have our drawbacks we have
ing, when we make inquiries, or ask dians left this State. Thousands of $40,000,000 of marketable merchandise our successes better ten failures, and
their opinion.. One concern in New such trees have been sold to die out, -with a population of 300,000: one success, than none at all-the rapid
YorklDity established for the purpose- they; are to a great extent suckers, not a bad return per aunum,-this can:' :,improvements of this State will be aJwondej

' ?(claimed l to*..be-.of, making loans -to,;dependent upon their,. old, stumps.., for -be.enlarged l, .and. will! ber.? _.a*Jr.the. er -lontathose unacquainted'with !
southern; Stales-remarked they had their existence. Well rooted nursery becomes better known.Set its resources. It must be acknowledged -
ruled Florida out-perhaps this com- stock, planted properly, and taken aside the financial question, we that what has been done
pany was formed to help its syndicate. care of in a protected location, will will consider the climate. This we has been done to large extent by ex
Many\ others, of similar character, are never fail to give the owner satisfaction have beyond a doubt, unequaled. periments. Where is the man who is
formed for a purpose only known to and a good return. The green- There are thousands living elsewherewho not ready to learn ? Consider the great
themselve The impression formed horn at orange culture is in some instances can prolong their lives by a resi- achievements by the pioneers of Flor
by thousands who have never seen our to be pitied, whilst some of dence in Florida. The regularity of ida. They have had a rough life in
State is that we have no real wealth. this class have started oa their self- the seasons to the delicate constitution the days when rule was bad, and confidence
.The facts.are, however, our wealth and conceit and failed. They all blame I prepares it for changes and thereby a ghost-communication tedious
the value of our annual production in everything but their ignorance. How I builds up instead of destroying aa in and difficult and expensive. They
'proportion, to population, compares many hard working mechanics and colder regions-oftimes fragil invalid. nobly fought their way-many live today -
favorably with older States. While our others have come here, started grove We have other claims outside the vegetable to see the fruits of-their labor,and
towns do. not "show up" in comparison making and failed. It is not to be kingdom-such that are as per- enjoy it. Others can do the same. All
with northern cities, but they are wondered at? Many( of these men I manent as the Great Creator that gave the troubles we have now are not.
nevertheless without the squalor of the could not raise a cabbage where they I them.It a tithe compared with their's. Our
latter.. We possess God's greatest giftto come from. In horticulture or the is said by many who have come government is C'ood-because it is on a
any country-an unequaled climate. rudiments of gardening, they perhapsnever here a wreck in health, that our landsare solid basis-divide the house and
We cannot deny there are drawbacks had an opportunity to try; still worth one thousand dollars per down it cornea-then shoulder to the
here as elsewhere, but who will ever I they may be experts in their special acre. Choose between the melancholy wheel with a good sound hub, let
see two or thre. millions lost in one trade or profession. If they leave the Northern woods in winter-or the each man do his best no matter what
orange grove.? Losses were made State it is with bitter feelings towardsit charming hammocks of Florida in the opinion he may have upon such specialties -
last year in fruit and trees, but not to not blaming themselves for failure same season when the yellow jasmineand of government-it's better to
the extent anticipated. The 700,000) but the State because it did not growan red honeysuckle, Bignonia pcu-- let well alone.
to 800,000 boxes this season representsay orange tree as easily as dog fennel. floria, entwine and bloom in fragrance.The Let paper towns have no existence
$1/200,000 dollars for the benefit Let the new-comer consult an established Enpatorium, Bonvardia, Violet, amongst us, they are sure to failthethe
of not over 150,000 people, or individually nurseryman or orange grower Salvia, Lantana, Portulaca and Smifox, time is coming for honest faithful
not over 5000 persons. Orangesare who has made his grove with good lend enchantment to the scene. The work-to build up we must let our
only grown; in twenty-five counties trees, not hammock stumps, he will charming mocking bird, the gay jay, foundations be secure-false repre-
in the State, of these but few are get advice as to land required, trees the twittering and thrush are all the sentation is sure to bring reward, con
adapted to its requirements.There and other matters that will enable company we need and can enjoy. Compare tempt, and to the poor dupe, misery.
are groves that net their I him to start right. Plant an acre or the crowded Northern cities withit Large cities have their Peter Funks
owners over $25,000 every season with so at first and gain a little experience ; misery and pomp, tuey are not we do not want them here.
an expense of not over $3,000 per is the best plan. It takes just long*1 I with ua. How many a poor man The sucres=ful building upofalarge
annum. If losses are made by frost t, enough to gain a knowledge how to tramps the pavements of those citiesin number of pretty towns induced the
there is no dead stock or bad debts. grow a tree and find funds low, credit search of work. Not so here ; thereis peru lati.. n of honest people's moneyfor -
Many have the impression the apple poor and plenty of discouragement in more work than labor-rs to do it, { what? Can a man live upon a heapof
and pear orchard will pay as well, the wake, to make most men give up and to those who intend to come, sand. It is not necessary here with
they will, in sections where competition in dispair. bring your testimonials of honesty and our thousands of healthy productive
is not too keen. Whilst the apple When it is generally understood the I I sobriety, for tramps we do not want. ]lands-waiting for the plow and hoe.
and pear can be grown overa orange is only a part of our produc- A word to the croaker-one goodne That would make happy and profitable
greater portion, of the United tions more faith will be gained in our will keep a ,whole community ill homes for all who lik.. to come.
States,' the orange can only bp grownin future prospect. We must plant the at ease-let him anticipate the frost, .\.
a very limited portion. -.FJ]t .tins fig, of'which there are varieties for .it ,mil not come through croakiag, Oranges ripening earlierthan usual..
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What a Man Can do in Florida.I Where rolling, "as in the center of the in all their stages, in my forthcoming

would say right here, I am no peninsula," they are healthful, with i Entomology, book.

land agent, nor am I interested in good water, and, with fertilizing, grow BY WM. H. ASHMEAD. The branches sent by this corre-

the sale of land, or hired, or payed to some kinds of vegetables, oranges, I __ ..-',-- -- -, --. ., spondent were evidently affected by

blow somebody's bugle, but it is my lemons, etc. Killing the Scale. Bug. "mal de goma" or a similar disease ;

own bugle I blow in the interest of 7. Hammock lands cost more at the and, the whitish worm referred to
An article in the "Los AngelesHerald"
those wanting to come to Florida and outset, more to clear, and yield more, the scale "Takeone is probably the maggot of some fly,

make a home for themselves.I but are unhealthy. on bug,says : which finds sustenance in the souring,
of and mix
came to Florida in the spring of 8 No more healthy region can be pound quicksilver exuding sap. At least, that has been
with three of tallow and paint
'83, without any means ($60 was all found than the high lands of this State. pounds the result of my observations on simi-
the trunk of the tree with it also the
I had.) I bought ten acres of land 9. We do not have scarlet fever, larly affected trees in Jacksonville.No .
main limbs small around the
from W. H. Mann, on time and easy diphtheria, pneumonia, consumption, a ring larva or worm was found in
trunk from to two inches in
terms, which the Captain is always catarrh, asthma or rheumatism, and "say one the specimens sent and I should be

ready to give to actual settlers, or people afflicted with these diseases, if length. obliged to the correspondent, if he
A. B. H. of Winter Park referring
those in need thereof.I not too far advanced, usually receive would send me specimens, in alcohol,
to the above, asks Do think its
set to work at once clearing and benefit or cure. I : you of the "whitish worm about a quarterof
to kill insects in this ?
putting up a shanty for my family to 10. Malaria] is a bugbear which may. Can possible tree absorb way to an inch in length" observed by him.I .
anything applied
live in. In the spring of '84 I be prevented by judicious diet, and an I a could then tell something definite
the trunk and thus it to all
planted my first orange and lemon observance of the laws of health. It I carry about it ; without specimens all is
of the tree? Can give me a
trees. They grew well. Today I is easilv cured, and seldom dangerous. parts you guess work.
formula that will kill the scale bug ?
have one of those lemon trees in bear- 11. The climate is as nearly perfectas 4
When will book be out ?
with least 400 lemons it. be found the that is your
ing, at on can on globe; .
REPLY The quicksilver remedy is Orange Aphis.In
The cost of this tree was fifty cents. I for those who enjoy mild, clear and
probably good, but expensive ; and asI to the of H. A.
reply inquiries
harvest of
also expect to some oranges sunny weather, rather than cold, dampor
my own raising next season. In Sep cloudy. have never seen the formula,mentionedby Smith, of Lady Lake, Fla., in regardto

correspondenttried as an insecticideon insects found on his trees, Mr. Ash-
tember, 84,1 put 5,000 strawberry 12. The summer heat is greatly mod-
trees, consequently, cannot
out which netted the next ified the trade winds orange mead replies as follows :
plants me by ; nights are
$200 above all cool] speak authoritively upon it. Mercurywas The insects on the orange leaf are
spring expenses, always requiring covering to
first suggested, I think, by Prof. the dried-up bodies of the aphis,
and all the berries, from the last of sleep. The mercury does not go as orange
Riley to kill tick and vermin on cat-
January to the middle of June, my high as in New York, but it is more Sephonsphora citrifolii Ashmead ; all
tle.; Miss Ormerod, an English have been parasitized by a small
family could use. The whole work continuously high ; many residents de-
authoress on economic entomology,
was performed by my wife, and two clare the summer the most delightfulpart hymeopterous fly, Trioxys tcstaceipes,
speaks highly of its efficacy for
very Cresson.
little and ten of the
boys, aged eight years year.
that .
old. Had I Northern purpose.No The orange aphis has so many enemies -
shipped to ------ ---
physiologically, a tree cannot it in Florida
markets, instead of selling at home, I State News. preying upon
would have than doubled absorb anything into its circulatory that it is simply impossible for it ever
more my Dwarf bananas are fruiting at Day- applied to its trunk or bark
system ; to do serious harm ; it is only in early

money.Strawberry raising is going to be tona. that; can only be accomplished throughits spring and fall that it is at all notice

one of the leading products in Florida, Oranges are selling at $1.25 per box roots. able, and then only for a short period
at Plant The best known formula for killing
and a paying business. This fall thereare City. -Syrphid chrysopa and other flies
scale insects is Hubbard's Kerosene
over fifteen. acres planted in our Most\ of the oranges near Esmeralda soon riddle the trees ofjthe pest

little neighborhood-having myself have been sold on the trees. Emulsion, as follows: Kerosene, two The spider, mentioned :; doesno

of gallons ; common soap or whale oil I. harm, neither to the aphis nor to
two acres. To-daj, ten acres
land with my would sell Peen-tos and beatrices are blooming soap, onehalt"pound; water, one the leaf; it is merely there for the

for $1,800 or improvements$2,000, but,it is not for I and setting fruit at Green Cove. gallon, (thirty-three per cent.) Heat purpose of catching the small flies,

sale, as 1 want it for my home, and I Thomasville, (Ga. ) has a toy factory the solution of soap and add it etc., that are attracted there by the

would not trade it for the best farm in I in successful operation.For boiling hot to the kerosene. Churn honeydew secreted by the :aphides.
the mixture by means of a force
northwestern Kansas. If I were to the tobacco gathered from his pump .
and nozzle for five or ten min
live there it would be for other six-acre Mr. Bushnell of Lake spray .
no patch, utes. The emulsion, if perfect, formsa Crickets- How* to Destroy, Etc.
reason than that of climate-and I City, has been offered twenty-five centsa
cream, which thickens on cooling, Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH :
think I know what I about
am talking pound.
and should adhere without oiliness to Can the omniscient editor or any of

as I lived there myself for over Florida ten The Leesburg Commercial says that the surface of glass. Dilute before his able correspondents tell me how to
years.with the person coming that all to there is from the present indications, three- using, one part of the emulsion, with prevent the depredations of crickets,

do i id expectation the and fruit fourths of the oranges in that section ten parts of cold water. The above both mole and black ? Yours, &c.,
to to
gather oranges will be sold on the trees. formula gives three gallons of emulsion D.W.H.
will be and will
badly disappointed, I and makes when diluted thirty Ocuce, Flu., Oct. w, 1886.
do best to stay where he is, for it is Vegetable growing proved so unprofitable -
gallons of wash. H. G. HUBBARD.I .
in Sumter last REPLy.-The cricket is an insect
only the man who is willing to work, county spring
and endure some hardship if necessaryas that the farmers are paying very little consider scale insects among the belonging to the. order orthoptera, the

he would have to do in all new attention to this branch of industrythis most injurious pests with which the group saltatoria, and the family ache-

countries-that is to make season. orange-grower has to contend ; and, as tndcB. We have several species in the
going a
I have shown, they have not less than
United States and when numerous
sure success in Florida and reap the A Ravenswood market gardner recently -
golden fruit, unless he has the meansto received from Henderson & three distinct broods during the year. they injure vegetation; eating the ten-

hire the work done or buy an improved Co of New York, over $100 worth of During the period when these broodsare derest parts of plants, destroying great
hatching is the time for the appli-
numbers of melons, squashes, ,
place. To my fellowcountrymen seed peas and beans. This looks like
cation of the wash for their destruc-
etc. They are sometimes quite trou-
I would that have in
_ say we quite a putting a crop.
tion and extermination it is then that
; blesome in our strawberry beds, and
German settlement here.F. .
The in and about Eustis :
gardens they are soft and tender and easily
A GERUEK we have seen it stated that a flock of
:: are looking finely and promise almost' destroyed. Scale insects do no dam- Guinea fowls turned into the patch
Manville\ Fla.
.. .. unprecedented yield. Toe season has age during the winter months ; theyare will speedily exterminate them. Theyare

Florida Information. been most propitious for truck raisingof then figuratively dead, the scale also, said to destroy woolen goods,
all kinds. There will be
Professor Crosby, has compiled the money being a mere protection for the eggs but we give them the benefit of a
made this winter on vegetables and that are to hatch in the spring.
following: doubt on this charge. They may be

1. Florida covers over 36,000,000acres. strawberries.A My book will probably be published destroyed by arsenic mixed in grated

Lake City gardner says : Coverup early in the spring.. carrots or sweet potatoes, or by partly

2. Only about 6,000,000 acres of dry your young cabbages with earth .----- filling wide-mouthed bottles with a

lands are located in the orange belt. when a freeze occurs in winter. On Orange Tree Borers. I. sweetened solution of anenic and plac-

3. Only half of this area is suitablefor the second day of last winter's cold W. R. H., of Palma Sola, sends. ing it in their haunts. A paste madeof

cultivation. spell, we turned down our growing twigs of an orange tree supposed to be one part of chloride of lime and

4. The country is mostly flat and cabbages and drew the dirt entirely affected by borers. [Is there a borer one.half a part of lard, tallow or other

covered with heavy yellow pine timber. over them. The freeze was on when that preys upon living, orange trees ? I fatty matter will kill them ; and a

5. A small portion is hammock land this was done. For nearly a week the -ED. DISPATCH.] sprinkling of chloride of lime around

of hardwood-richer r lands, but mala- garden showed us no sign of green. Since 1880, I have found several their "run-ways" or hiding-places,

rious. After the thaw the earth was removed borers in the orange! and will describe generally drives them away.--Eu.

6. The pine lauds are poorer soil. and the cabbages went growing. -their habits and illustrate the ep' 'c1eh DtB'?i 1& a. .


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NOVEM1 15,1886..] -THE FLORIDA DISPATCH- 791.: .

The The Fig, at the North.If Late Figs. Live .-
Southern readers Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: j5tod.

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extended culture of the branches of my large purple fig in A Cattle Barn for the South.
illustration of its continuous
bearing M. Dibble of Aiken South
soon arouse to more vigorous Henry ,. ,
action in the matter, they will find capacity. You will see figs in all Carolina, gives the following account .
Will the Production of the Next stages of development, from the
his barn and
of of
themselves out-generaled by some of way saving manure :
Decade Overstock the Market? the enterprising pomologists of the smallest bud to the perfect ripe fig. My farm is badly in need of humusor
This will continue until frost. I do
Upon thin question, which interests North and West. In a recent letter, decaying vegetable matter in the
not in South Florida fruit
every Floridian, a Georgia contemporary our advertising friend, Mr. Martin see why soil, and to supply this is quite as important -
says: Benson, of Swanwick, 111., write may not be ripened throughout the as to furnish the three indis-
of winter, by proper feed and stimulantsto pensible elements, nitrogen, potash and
M:cMle and Southern "I have about forty sorts figs, i
Georgia I the trees.I .
acid. In order incor-
fine believe it phosphoric to
important -
within the next decide will supply to many ones ; yet also send you a small branch ot
the of
that we should continue to import porate largest amount decaying
the world a very large proportion of the best varieties of table and drying oranges cut from one of my seedlingtrees. matter with the manure and to have
*he evaporated demanded by All the fruit in this
pears vicinityand
them mixed I built
figs from Smyrna, as the finest are thoroughly my
the trade. The numbers of
trees an back into the interior, aa far as I
there. barn as follows : It is thirty-five by
nually set out and now approachingthe grown have learned is free from
entirely feet and built with
I have had samples of the Adriatic eighty sliding
bearing age, is almost beyond be- rust, and such groves as had the fruit doors either end. Ten
extending across
dried that I considered as fine as
lief. It is fact that the last any
a during gathered before the freeze of last win-
fur. igu dried fig I ever ate. feet from the wall on either side, and
month thousands have been eold ter full of fruit and
many are golden some
I will be surprised when extending the entire length of the
in Macon alone. On all sides and in suppose you
will the afforded.
give largest yield ever
barn line of the Smiths & Powell
all sections of Georgia, from the Flor- I tell y u that we can, with some care, HARRISON REED. are a
all the figs we need for home use swing stanchions, forty-eight in all.
ida line as high up as they will thrive grow South Jacksonville, Nov.5,1886.
well, LeConte groves of more or less I here, yet it is a fact. My trees, (or, The figs were fine specimecs, in all These stanchions do away with any
magnitude can be found. We have : more properly, bushes,) were loaded stages of development, and very late, necessity for a partition between the
yet to lit ar of any that have not this season with good figs, though theyare as we have had our first frost. The cattle, and the space is left open so
thrived under good treatment. not so sweet or rich as those grownin oranges are beautiful-a cluster of that a cart can be driven through to
the South. 1 can name parties in the twelve yellow fruit on one twig.-ED. remove manure or bring in leaves or
The advance of this particular fruit. North that have as much as a quarter of 4 pine straw. The space between the
from a handful of cuttings in twenty an acre of figs planted] and bearing The LeConte in East Florida. stanchions forms the feeding floor,

years, is something wonderful to con fruit, which they sell at high prices in The report of Mr. Loring's success which is covered with loose plank,
template. It is also the best advertisement our large cities." with this fruit seems to indicate that and beneath these extending sixty

that could be desired for the REMARKS Many years ago, whenwe it can be grown here. Two things are feet through the centre of the barn are
tree, when it is remembered that this visited the late Nicholas Long- essential, however, first, be sure your my four silos. The space where the
enormous propagation has been accom- worth, at his beautiful home in Cin trees are what are called in Georgia cattle stand is not floored in any way,
pli:hed by thousands of people of all cinnati, Ohio, he pointed out to us "pedigree trees," that is, grown from but is kept covered with a thick layerof
classes and degrees of intelligence, quite a number of thrifty fig bushes, cuttings taken from trees grown in the oak leaves. Each morning theseare
without experience generally, and in I from which he informed us that he same way and whose pedigree can be dusted with land. plaster or kainitto
the face of two winters and several gathered good, ripe fruit every sum I traced back to the original tree, with absorb ammonia and moisture, and
drouths that have spread ruin in other contamination then fresh of leaves and
mer. A gentleman, named Worthington out any received from I a supply pine
departments of horticulture throughout (we believe,) of Chilicothe, Ohio, the roots of any other stock. Second, i straw is scattered beneath the cattle.In .
the length and..breadth of the land. also cultivated several varieties of the be sure your soil is dry and that no i this way the cattle are kept clean ;
Evidently the LeConte is the safest fig successfully, in the open air, for water stands nearer than five or six there is no offensive odor from the

1 e ir for Georgia.The many years; his trees, as well as thosef feet below the surface.W. manure, and two large cart loads of
question arises: What will become Mr. Longworth, being bent down C. STEELE. the richest manure are made each
of the vast output of fruit which into a trench and covered with a thick Switzerland, Fla.Japan 4 month for every animal kept, while
must result from this vast growth in a layer of earth during the winter Persimmons.The the entire cost of my barn and silos is
few years? We believe that the months to protect them from the cold. experience of Mr. Mott in re- inconsiderable probably not exceeding -
proper answer has been indicated in Here, in the "sunny South," and especially gard to the shedding of fruit of the six hundred dollars.
our opening lines. It does not seem in "fair Florida," the fig is Japan persimmon, does not agree with .
possible that the demand for pears almost a spontaneous growth, and results obtained here this season. I Curing Balky Horse.
will cover the Georgia crop ten or still this delicious, prolific and most have had grafts and beds on native We told him to go again and again ;
even seven years from now, although profitable fruit :s most unwisely neg- I stocks hold the fruit fully as well as but he would only go backward. We
there are those who note the fact thata lected.ED. those worked on foreign stocks, although determined that he should continue to

similar prophecy concerning the --.- I both shed very badly. One go until he landed us at home, even if
Florida orange has been kept standing The Loquat. bud on a native stock, a little over one it were reversing things going back-
for twelve years and is today no A subscriber asks: "At what sea- year old, and about four feet high, ward instead of forward. We beganthe
nearer fulfilled than when recorded son can this fruit be grafted to best held fifteen fruit, but it was all gath- journey backward, and we backed
and who confidently expect that there advantage? Can it be budded upon ered by the birds before full maturity.In that horse for fifteen minutes all over

will always be a ready demand for the quince stocks, if not, what method of my opinion the shedding of fruitis corn patches and cotton patches and
\ fruit itself: Noting the tendency of grafting is the best, that is cleft or less to be dreaded than the ravagesof pasture land, until we became well
invention and its ready adaptation, whip ? As the quince is claimed to mocking birds and woodpeckers. satisfied that he had had a good,sound
it occurs to us that the time is not far do better when grafted on our native Gathering the fruit at an early stage punishment. We then loosened the

distant when every neighborhood will hawthorne, then on its own roots, pos- will not save it, as the birds begin as reins, gave him the word to go, and he
have its public evaporator,just as many sibly the same would prove true of the soon as the fruit shows colorwhenless did go at first bidding and never stopped
have public ginners and threshing Loquat, the experiment is worth try- than half grown. My trees are until he reached his final destination.He .
machines, and that the money made ing." I all young, and I have attributed the has never balked since, and is one .
in the near future from the Le Conte We have never "worked" this fruit. II shedding of fruit to this fact. The of the best and most reliable pullers we

pear will be derived therefrom. We California nurserymen say it succeeds native stocks give a much more vigorous have ever met ,with.
are inf. rmed that evaporated pears with them on quince stocks. We do growth than the foreign stocks. -.--- --- -
lead all other dried fruits in the mar not think this would be a valuable Please ventilate this matter, and let Never buy a horse with a low nar-
ket, and that the demand is practically stock here should prefer them on us hear from those who have had a row forehead. Such a forehead be-
inexhaustible. It will ,be a great day their own stock. Grafting would succeed longer experience with this delicious longs to all vicious horses. In the
for Georgia and a triumph for the men best in winter. But we question fruit R. H. BURR. high and broad forehead we have pre-

who have pressed this fruit if the final whether they can be successfully pro- Brandon,--Polk- -Co.,-e-, Fla. --- dominating intellect and brain. In
should be machinery in this the low and narrow forehead we have
result neighborhood pagated way. Budding would I The Peen-to.
that will be available in utilizing seem to be the proper method. The o It seems to be a difficult matter to the predominatin. .low 4 brain.A .

the peach and apple crops also. At time must soon come when this fruit decide just when this peach is readyto horse i is not matured until six

present there is money in these for will be propagated in some other way gather. When "well ripened" on years of age, and until then is not in
those only who are so situated as to than from the seed-there is a great the tree, that is when really ripe, the full possession of all his powers. His
command-a home market. With evaporation difference in the habit and quality of fruit will not keep forty-eight hours use previous to this period should be
at hand the half dozen trees of the trees raised from the seed and the after it is picked. It must be gathered I sparing, and care taken not to weakenhis
the small farmer will be as valuable, best strains should be perpetuated. while still quite hard or it will not powers. The sterility of horses

in proportion as the large prchardsjf Has any reader experimented in propagating stand shipment. Ye t if not very overtasked while of immature age is
( his mace pVbspVrbus nleigbboV. thisfruit? nearly mature it will be.bitter. cb'mmto'n, arid can never b'e cured.

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The three cows or other cattle kept up in ? containing an excess of that element,
Farrll1. Iropical
: : fruits.:
this way and fed on home such as corn, rice or potatoes to be
4-,, _-___ __ .__.___-_ ____N.. .... ducts, such as sweet potatoes grown, cassava pro-, '- used with it. Another point in favorof

A BIG FARM. etc., with home-made hay, supple- The Value of the Banana as Food. the banana is its digestibility. Dr.

mented with as heavy a ration of Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: J. H. Kellogg, a member of the Michigan .

The Disston Plantation on Lake cotton-seed meal as is. safe, wouldbe) Tbere has been from time to time State Board of Health, in his

Tahopekalika. much more profitable than four times articles in the DISPATCH on the work on Digestion and Dyspepsia,

Few people are aware that Mr. Diss the number, allowed) to roam at large Banana in regard to its cultivation, classes it among those foods that are

ton is developing the agricultural re- and at the most only yarded at night uses and value. On the latter subject, the very easiest to digest, such as the

pources of his vast domain in South a few months in the year. although they all seem to agree thatit white of eggs, raw broiled veuison,stale

Florida in a practical way. The experimental On another point I think that is an exceedingly valuable fruit, bread, strawberries, baked sweet ap-

farm at St. Cloud, six Farmer John is mistaken. A very they all appear badly mixed as to the ples and boiled rice. L. Riccards madean

miles from Kipsimmee: is under the large proportion of the land, that is exact value. After patiently waiting analysis of the fruit picked green

management of Capt. R. E. Rose who now considered too wet for cultivation, until the present time, for some one and ripened off the stalk, as is done

is associated with Mr.\ Disston in the will be drained at some future time better qualified, to put the informa- with all sent to market, also of fruit

enterprise. He has recently returned and will then be equal in value to tion in presentable shape, withoutits ripened on the stalk, and found that

from Philadelphia, and with Mr. Diss- any. W. C. S. being done, I will try to fill the gap nearly all the sugar in those ripened

ton arranged to plant one hundred -.------eBarley by stating some facts, which everyone off the stalk was inverted sugar (glu-

acres in cane. The experiments last or Rye. should know and appreciate, about cose,) while in those ripened on the

year of the company's farm, not a Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH. this the king of all food products. In stalk it was nearly all cane-sugar

great way from St. Cloud, were not as I should like to ask through the the DISPATCH of May 24th, '86, R. E. (sucrose.) As the comparative sweetness -

successful as desired, owing to various columns of your valuable paper if any P. says "a statement has been going the is as five to two in favor of the

causes. In the first place, of the sixty one has tried barley successfully in rounds of the Florida press,that Hum- cane-sugar it is apparent that if sweet-

tons of seed ordered from Cuba, only Florida ; if so, to ask their mode of holdt once said 'one pound of bananas ness ij an object, they should be

twenty tons were worth anything, inconsequence preparing the ground, time of sowiner[!, contained as much nutriment as three I ripened on the stalk, for IK-me use at

of careless handling and and quantity sown to the acre. pounds of beef:' but if his memoryR. least THOMAS P. FRANK.
of Buffalo,N. Y., Nov.1st, '88.
]long retention in the hold the ves- F. D. S.
served him
( E. P's.) right, the .
sels. This year in their St. Cloud Altoona Orange county, Fla.
made that 'three
statement really was, Bananas.Editor .
operations, they will wisely rely on Will our readers who have had experience I
pounds of bananas were equal to one I
native cane, satisfactory arrangementsto in growing barley give Mr pound of beef.' :
been the benefit of the In One more question. How many
which have already Stapleford same.
procure Now, I do not know what Hum-
of the best banana
made To plant one hundred acres, our experience rye does much better plants very plants
boldt did but if the
really say ; two will it take for one-half and will
300,000 stalks are necw sary. The than barley, unless for forage or grain. I
above mentioned
quotations, or at-
do well in
Lake View Florida
should be ,
seed alone will cost $4,500. These Barley or rye sown at once I
tempted quotations, have their and when is it time to plant them?
and and
gentlemen now have growing sixty -from one a quarter to one
difference bisected, it will be close
1 don't find about
seem to anything
acres of rice which Capt. Rose is sat three-quarter bushels per acre. Get enough to make the bull's
isfied will yield sixty bushels to the Southern rye; Northern rye does not I eye pine apples. D. N. GfeANOER.
wink. If the rediculous opinion that Spencer, Worcester county,Mass.,Oct.27th
acre ; others not-unfamiliar with thi thrive here.-ED. !
writers entertain that
some seem to ,
The is referred to us by Mr.
plant estimate its yield at one hundred ---e-
the of food is
only nitrogenous part a
The Result of J. Berckmans, to whom it was ad-
bushels It Industry.
per acre. was planted on nutriment, then one pound of lean
the 3d of July last, and will be readyfor Mr.\ T. P. Williams, who resides in beef would be equal to four bananas, I The best variety of bananas for
harvesting November 1st. Next the lower portion of Madison contiguous but if the tenable that
more ground, Florida, at least for all parts of the
year they will plant two hundred acres to Jefferson county, in addition :ill!! the solids used to nourish and State north of the tropical belt where

in rice. They are now preparing to to the discharge of his duties as a build up the body are takf n, then the banana can be grown, is Hart'sChoice

plant forty acres in vegetables, and teacher of a public school, the necessary -: they are nearly equal. The composition as it equals in quality the

have already growing 20,000 cabbages attention given to a plantation of lean beef and bananas, taking finest sorts and matures in less time

and 10,000 cauliflowers. Of course and other duties, he has personally 100 parts of each, is as follows : than other variety except the in-
these enterprising gentlemen expectto cultivated a few acres of land that has I
ferior "Horse" banana. The
BANANAS plants
make money from these heavy been under cultivation for forty years, Water :. .... ..........................73.9 should set about feet
experimental expenditures, but they Nitrogenous Matter........................ 4.82 oe eight apart
and the result of his labors is follows -
as Fatty Matter ... .. ......-................. 632: each way. At this distance when
also expect to demonstrate the adaptability i : Sugar and Starchy :Matter..............19.
of the lands of the Kissiramep him hundred Mineral ... .........._...... ........... .791 grown their dense foliage will cover
Five acres yields one
the entire surface and wider
and Caloosahatchie valleys to the successful bushels of corn and sufficient pindersto Total Solids...... .......... .......,........2'243 spaces
must be left at intervals between rows
of the articles named
growth fatten him large bunch of hog LEAN BEEF.
and others for market and for a ; Water .. .. ... .........................72. to allow for ingress and egress.
many ) from two acres he will gather four Nitrogenous :Matter. .... ................19.3 is
home consumption. hundred bushels of and from Fatty Matter.. ..............._............ 3.6 Lakeview not a postoffice, and we
potatoes, Mineral Matter.. .......................... 5.1 do not know in what part of the Stateit

Fencing.I two and a quarter acres he has gathered Total Solids ..... ... . .............. ...-.28.0 i lies. It is safe to say, however, that
hundred of
fifteen pounds long
do not see that "Farmer John" cotton. And besides all this, from his A later analysis made by L. Ric-i bananas cannot be grown with profitnorth
cards and in the ticientinc of the South Florida railroad,
advances any new arguments in favorof patch of sugar-cane he will secure two published
his side of the question. I think hundred gallons of syrup. American Supplement gives the banana except on the coast.Tropical.-.. ..

that some such plan as that describedin about seven per cent more solids, but Fruits.I .

a back number of the DISPATCH, Kaffir Corn.It in comparison to any food the bananacan trust that the successful cultivation -
by a writer from Mandarin\ would be afford to give odds. In the above
of the and other sim-
is evident to mind that this i sugar-apple
and my table the small amount of cellulose is
much more profitable to gardeners
I ilar fruits described Mr. Reasoner
fruit growers than to keep cows to run ;;rain, or something similar, must be not stated which accounts for the total I by ,
not be confined to South Florida.
at large in the woods. I see no profitin our reliance for stock feed. We can- constituents of the banana falling be- may
the Florida cattle unless you can not afford to send North for all our low 100. Playfair estimates that to We grow the guava quite successfully

have the manure to fertilize the soilI grain. Indian corn is not productive sustain the average person twentyfourhours at this settlement. We had a good
to be profitable here and the crop in 1883 and a large crop last
doubt the feasibility of enrichingour taking a moderate amount of
grain cannot be kept over summer on year. They were all killed to the
gardens with sheep. In a farming exercise, it requires nitrogenous mat-
last winter but have made
section the plan of pasturing sheep account of weevils. By-the-way, does ter 4.215 ounces, fatty 1.397, sugar ground a
this It would
and feeding them with cotton-seed any one know whether Kaffir corn and and starchy 18.69, mineral .714. From good growth season.
Milo-maize\ are liable to be destroyedby not do, however, for us to attempt to
meal would no doubt prove very profit the above it will be seen the banana
able. But gardeners and fruit- these insects. contains only about 2.76 per cent. l IISS grow the Anonas except on their own
that in of freeze
roots, so case a we
growers in East and South Florida, .e- digestible solids than lean beef, and,
have fall back
many of them, have only a few acres Mr. Charles Weinrich, of Fort Reid, farther, that it is an almost perfect might something to W. C. S.on.

and no room for pasture, and sheep do last August, took off a crop of rice food, each element being nearer the Switzerland: Duval Co., Fla.
not thrive in confinement. Cows, how- which he had planted for chicken exact proportions of Playfair's esti- -..

ever, can be kept up all the time and feed purposes, and now, three months mate than any food I have seen an The largest and oldest bearing groveof

do well. If their stable is kept well after having taken the first crop, an- analysis of, while beef i3 so badly proportioned Japan persimmon trees in the State

supplied with muck, leaves, etc., all other is ready for harvest. The landis besides being entirely lacking belongs to Mr. E. G. Hill, of Lawtey.

the excrement, both solid and liquid, high, was not irrigated nor fertilized, in March and sugar, which composea These trees are all on native roots and

..may be saved, aud thus become available except that he tcattered cutton-seed very important element, that it requires yet bear large crops and hold their
needed. meal broadcast. a large amount of some food fruit as well.as could be desired.
for. -' use.. .., when.. &Twp. or .... .. '" '.. '. .' .. 4 %. '- .-
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NOVEMBER. 15, 1886.] --- ---THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. 703

The' ion in regard to uniformity of prices, THE TREES WERE DEAD.
Vegetable (
J' uuseu: : } the; whole matter was referred to the following garden: .

committee with instructions to Interesting Decision on Liability of .

NURSERYMEN IN COUNCIL. make a distinction between stock Transportation Companiesfor Lima Beans. '

grown in the State and that brought Nursery Stock. Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:

Organization of the Florida Nur- here from elsewhere, said committee to Judge Rumsey lately handed down This bean is grown very successfullyhere.

serymen's Association.The report at the next meeting : his decision the case of William We had them on poles, wig

Convention of Nurserymen met A. J. Beach,Chas. B. Pelton, E. H. Spaulding against James C. Fargo, wam fashion, and they bore until

pursuant to call, at Palatka, Fla., at Tisen, "W. W. Hawkins, Aaron Warr. I president of the Merchants' Dispatch killed by the frost in January, and
2 p. m., on the 10th inst. After pre- Adjourned to meet at 7 o'clock p. m. Transportation Company. The actionwas were then full of green pods. But the

liminary discussion they proceeded to EVENING SESSION.It brought to recover the value of best of anything we have ever seen

permanent organization by adoptingthe being deemed advisable to co- trees shipped by the defendant's line. was a summer house made of them.A .
following constitution and bylaws operate with the Florida FruitGrowers' The goods were delayed about three pole eight feet long was put up two
Association, it was unanimously weeks, and when they reached their feet in the ground, then sticks three
CONSTITUTION. decided that the next meeting be heldat destination the stock was worthless. feet high were stuck two feet apart ina
The conclusions of the law follows circle around the and six feet
Article I. This organization shall the same time and place as the next are as pole
"It became and the under- from it then four, beans
be known and styled as the Florida meeting of the association annually : was were planted
Nurserymen's Association. thereafter. taking and duty of the said transportation around each stick. A string or wire

Asso- It was also ordered that a special company to the plaintiff in receiving was fastened to each stick and then to
Article II. The object of this said for the of the After the vine is
meeting be held in Palatka on first property transportation top pole.
ciation shall be to promote united in- Wednesday in August for the purposeof from Rochester) to Vinton and full grown it make a complete shade,

terest. securing greater uniformity of classification Villicca aforesaid, and of said railroad so that one can go in and pick whereit
Article III. This Association shall in the and forward is cool and The beans all
description etc. in company carriage shady.
prices, ,
be composed of all persons present at the annual catalogues, as well as for ing of the same to its destination afore- hang inside and the sun may shine
the first meeting, upon their comply- said and forward the it reach that
the transaction of other business. to carry same ever so bright, cannot
ing with the conditions prescribed in with all and The If has better
The secretary was instructed to con- diligence dispatch. cosy retreat any one a
the by-laws. New members shall be fer with the secretary of the Florida said transportation company and said way of planting the lima, we would
admitted upon receiving a two thirds Fruit-Growers' Association in regardto railway company neglected and failedto like to hear of it. Make two of these
vote of the members of the Associa
transportation and hotel accommo perform their undertakings and I summer retreats near your back door,
tion and complying with the condi- dations, for persons attending the next duties, negligently detained said trees i and let them have the benefit of your
tions presented in the by-laws. and stock the until 'ash and wash
meeting and for the nursery on way on pan water occasionally
arrange same.
Article IV. The officers of this Asso- By unanimous vote the FLORIDA or about May 23, 1884, until they and they will give you a delicious

ciation shall be u President, Vice-Pres- DISPATCH was made (the official organ perished, whereby said property was dinner twice a week, and now and
ident, Secretary and Treasurer. Their lost to the The then "mess" for who
of the Florida Nurserymen's Associa wholly plaintiff. plain- a your neighbor
.duties shall be such as are customary, tiff is entitled to recover of the defend- "did not think to plant them." All

and as the names of the respective tion.Mr.. H. H. Sanford invited the as- ants the value of said property." vines make a wonderful growth here,
offices indicate. They shall be elected ..
and have found that like
as we figs
sociation to attend the next of
annually by ballot, and shall hold Planting.The .
soil and bear
the Georgia Horticultural Society our sandy commence to
office for one or until their suc- und is marked for
year < straightrows almost the
which invitation was accepted with gr as soon as mulberry, why
cessoro are elected. thanks. each way, four feet apart, the should not every one be able to sit :
Article V. The meetings of this So- The trees to be set at the crossings. The under their own vine and fig tree?
treasurer was authorized to
ciety shall be held annually, and at pay strikes in his
monies the planter spade upon one These beans can be cooked and put
out on order of the President -
such other: times and place as shall be or Vice-president, countersignedby line, then upon the cross one just at up in glass air tight jars and kept till
determined by a vote of the Associa- the secretary.The the corner, thus(1 and lifts the earth needed. They are much better than

tion.Article following committee was The man or boy carrying the bundleof those put up in tins, as they retain
VI. This Constitution may ap plants, shakes the roots of one out, their natural flavor. They are very
pointed the classification of the
be amended at any regular meeting bya fruits of Florida upon to act in connection places it against the corner of the good alone, but when cooked with
vote of two-thirds of the members Hole the the earth back
spader drops excelent. Succotash
with the Pomological committee oJ ; sweet corn they are par -
present the Florida Fruit-Growers' Association upon the root,and presses it down with well suited the Indian palate;

BY-LAWS. and to report at the next meeting.W. his foot, as he steps forward, and the we have borrowed the dish from him,
1. All members shall be required to C. Steele A. H. Manville, < B. work is done. This method secures and it suits us as well ; don't fail to
sign the Constitution and pay to the Pelton, A. I. Bidwell, E. H. Hart.A exact lining of the trees, and i is very have some on hand next season. Plantin
Treasurer the sum of one dollar an- resolution was unanimously rapid. By having two'.spade-meii in April and May. S. L. REED.
wo contiguous! rows, the boy can set .
nually. t
adopted inviting Mr. P. J. Berck-- 4
2. Nine members shall constitute a mans to deliver an address before the a tree first for the one, and then for Fall Preparation of Land for Winter
the other. With a third man to keep
quorum.In association at its next meeting.The Gardening.
the boy supplied with bundles, four
compliance with the constitutionand following committee was appointed three and Capt. B. M. Sims, at the last meet-
men, or men a smart boy,
by-laws, the following on for next meet-
persons programme have in ing of the Sanford>> Agricultural Soci-
were enrolled, as members : ing, with instructions to give the sub- averaged 4,500 trees set day, interesting and in-
of ten hours The carrier, alter a ety, gave a very
James Mott, Orlando ; W. W. ject of classification precedence over little structive address on this subject :
Hawkins,Lake George ; Aaron Warr, other business: W. K. Cessna, A. out of experience the bundle, with to circular bring a tree "This," said Capt. Sims, "is a very
Georgetown ; A. J. Beach, Palatka ; H. Manville,W. H. Mann. a up. difficult and after
ward motion that its question, now, an
W. F. Reed, Drayton Island ; E. H. An interesting discussion followed spreads roots out
when down into th. experience of twenty,years in Florida,
evenly, brought
,Tisen, Lakeland ; P. W. Reasoner, upon relative advantages of native I can't say that 1 have solved the
Manatee ; H. L. Wheatley, Alta- and imported Japan Persimmon ground. question of getting rid of the heavycoat

monte; J. R. Anderson, San Mateo ; stocks. Best method of propagating The Tallahassean gives the following of crab-grass that accumulates on

Edmund H. Hart, Federal Point; .the persimmon ; the sweet orange vs report of the Leon county crop : The good land during the summer season.
F. S. Cone, Crescent City ; G. L. sour as a stock for budding; the com- cotton crop of this county is'estimated There are, however, two or three
Taber, Glen St. Mary's\ ; W. C.Steele, parative desirability of peach stocks to be at least twenty per cent. shorter methods by which this may be done

Switzerland ; ,G. E. Champbell, grown in Florida or farther north. than last year. The staple is of a i better The fist I would suggest is to continue
Lake Weir; Chas. B. Pelton, Lake Relative hardiness of sweet seedlingsand quality, but prices are no better each mouth, after June, when the last
Helen ; A. H. Manville, Jackson- budded trees and other interest than last year. The weather has bten season's crop is gathered, to turn the

ville; A. I. Bidwell, Orlando ; W. ing topics. favorable, and the crop is nearly gath- grass under in a green state, thus rot-

H. Mann, Mannville ; W. K. Cessna, The Mikado>-.-t ered. Since the corn crop is gathered, ting it continually, and by fall, leav-
Gainsville ; W. G. Tousey, Seffner; Pear. it is seen that the storm in June was ing the ground in a good condition to
0. R. Thatcher, San Mateo. The Mikado Pear is an ornamentaltree. more disastrous than was supposed. work. If this method i is not adopted,
The following officers were elected : It is beautiful in blossom (the Very little corn however, will haveto but the grass allowed to grow all the

President A. L Bidwell; Vice blossoms are twice thfc size of the or- be shipped to this county this year. summer, then a good plan is, if the
President, F. S. Cone;Secretary Geo. dinary pear) and the pears.so uni The sweet potato crop is generally grass is good, allow it to ripen for hay
L. Taber; Treasurer, J. R. Anderson.H. form in shape, with their long, slender good, and will go a long way towards and cut it. If this is done in Augustor

H. Sanford,of Thomasville, Ga., stems, hang like so many pendent making up the short corn crop. The September, you may then turn the
present, was''elected an honorary balls. The leaves are large, thick and sugar-cane crop is also good, and the stubble under in dry weather: and
member. glossy, and hang on until frost. Thefruit stalks are still lengthening out and cross harrow it, dragging the grassroots
After a general expression of opin- is good for canning. maturing, out, or still better for the land

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whether you cut for hay or not,better, supply the needful matter'I (lucre.) Let every orange grower try
if possible, while dew is on it, to EOW by plowing under ] l\etin from one-fourth acre up to as much

broadcast over the grass lime and pot crop." .., .-_. land as he cnn spare and cultivatewell
ash, or either; then turn completelyunder Exchange. say to three acres of fine Cuba
by the aid of a rolling coulter.! Fertilizing DISPATCH: I tobacco ; give it as close attention as
The lime and potash not only I aid the : his grove till it is boxed and shipped,
Is three fourths
decomposition of the grass, but acts as the last issue of or sold at home, and you can count on
a good fertilizer, while the grass fur- seed meal too I would tender my several more dollars than last year'sgrove
soil of humus certainly can be and the able writers work KAW.
nishes the an amount brought.
plied, without ) interesting and _
greatly beneficial. If this latter planbe ------e.
in the cost will be every week ; and, like A Commerce Commission as a
adopted August, September or
amount could be ," but that would Means of Regulating Through
early in October the grass will be de
jury). Now let "twenty-four pages" Freight.
composed by January and the groundleft
in a capital condition for planting. according to this, more, and charge us Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
"For fertilizers I consider cotton acre (and if it is Double the I have been much interested in whatI
seed, ground or crushed, one of the plants it will be ) give five dollars, if have seen in the DISPATCH in regardto
best; out just here great care will haveto thousand plants smoking "ten-centers" the Fruit Exchange, particularly in
fourths of a pound "Honest Injun." regard to the transportation question.
be taken in its use. First, it shouldbe
put into the ground and thoroughlymixed be 15,000 pounds would not miss the Why not petition Congress to provide
with the soil several weeks half tons, costing ; DISPATCH for twice for Commissioners of Commerce, with
previous I
to planting. I have had several of us talk of power to regulate the rate of freight
crops of potatoes and other vegetables farming, and so much opposition I charges by comnjon carriers. The
burnt up by putting cotton seed meal acre at a cost of $ Exchange, as I i United States Supreme Court, by a
in the drill and planting over it in a dollar spent in papers. Surely I majority decision, have decided that
fresh state. It is very essential formaking return of from do better for the i the State Legislatures have no power
winter hesitate? Even can do for them- over the subject, except within their
a good or spring crop
to nave your land compact and clean, i' yet comprehend to "Tom, Dick and respective States, the exclusive!i jurisdiction -
and if the grass is merely turned acre of ground : where they know to having been vested in Congressby
under in the fall or winter, with noth- ; and even then the the United States Constitution. All
ing to aid its decomposition, it will bea always know whether carriers of freight for hire are common
continual nuisance throughout the his fruit to a carriers, and bound by common lawsto
and retard I think it is a carry all goods offered for a reason
crop, greatly vegetation ;
the necessity thus far for hand raking sowing of English lost money able compensation. Why could not
becomes, not only troublesome,but ex- except in South not patronize the the Fruit Exchange tender to the
pensive. If the land is new it is bet- It is too early will all these men steamship at Palatka or Jacksonville,
ter in the summer to plant sweet potatoes crop. Peas will hazard ? :Jit really say 100 or 200 boxes of oranges, and
or cow peas, to both pulverizeand or table in from is the best offer to pay a fully reasonable freightto
sweeten it for the winter crop." from the time of Florida fruit Charleston, and if refused sue for
ground unless Hang on to the Ex- damages? If taken there, offer the Fame
by cold weather, of a better method goods to the connecting steamship at
Keeping Irish Potatoes. will.be so stunted year and see if you Charleston for New York, and if re-
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: amount to much. of it. fused sue for damages. I merely throw
Today, (October 14th,) we used the little white frost place.&r injure Florida? out the hint ; others may elaborate it.
last of the crop of Irish potatoes real], black frost, says yes, in that it But petition Congress for a Commerce
grown last winter, and they were as possible, will kill dollars as the pres Commission. I guess very few would
solid and fresh al though just taken to the ground. miuus. Look at it in refuse to sign it.
from the ground. There is no diffi- sprout again but the whole State may The DISPATCH and the Country
culty in keeping potatoes any desira- ruined. Carrots has proved a bless Gentleman are my favorite papers-
ble length of time by using perfectly if the land is not said "put some of each the best of its class. Wishing
.dry sand. The potatoes should be must be heavily other basket." "Diver- you) entire success with the paper, I
perfectly ripe and dry when put up. I All that is hereafter be the remain yours truly, D. WRIGHT.The .
Take a barrel, put a layer of sand in stock feed I all Florida and even .
the bottom, then a layer of potatoes, personal e ; so much cotton,and Way Out.
not allowing the tubers to touch each many orange trees to There certainly was no money in
,other then another layer of sand so oh, so many valuable shipping vegetables last season and
as to completely cover the potatoes, be grown here. Sup- the prospect for the coming seasonis
and so on alternately until the barrelis Culture in every orange-grower not flattering. If the growers would
filled. The advantage of this methodis mode that can he produce, as near as only combine and hind themselves not
that both light and air are excluded, den. To obtain thing he eats or feeds to ship a single crate or barrel of vegetables -
and the potatoes neither grow nor vored fruit, an additional few to any point outside of this
shrivel up. I have kept them in this fast as they home, or ship North, State, for one year, the matter would
way for many years past always with eration as often might be carried soon adjust itself.
perfect success. during the of Florida's ledger? Why not! Which is best, to uso
A. 1?. STYLES, Every runner of the many crops the fertilizers and labor to grow a
Oak Bluff Grove, Jacksonville, Fla.Oct.. a new crown in I see "ten acre varied crop for home consumption and
and in the fall me in the face; it ia thus live independent of stores and
Uses of Chemical Fertilizers.A formed large who desires to produce railroads, or to grow a good crop of
practical farmer says : "I havea the finest ., small fruits and tomatoes, pack and ship them and
little place of ten acres, all tillage, pected the canned good and find at the end of the season that your
on a hillside. I am eight miles from meantime why not tell the "Ten- time, labor and fertilizers are gone and
any good place to buy stable manure. should be kept forty acres and try all you have to show for it is\ a bill
I keep no stock, and in fact, have no frequently stirred ? from your commission merchant for
barn. For manures, I depend upon Mulching to or four cows ; three freight paid ?
chemical fertilizers and green crops -Before the bacon, all gradually .
plowed under. I raise vegetables, mulch the ; them home grown Fruit Exchange.Editor .
fruit and hay. With these crops I with short hay ., and have lots of FLORIDA DISPATCH.I .
can support my family and pay for anything of that ; try it Florid- think that Mr. W. S. Hart makesa
the place. Some people think farmingor only keep the beautiful peninsula good point in his comparison of the
gardening cannot be run success vent the ground a few years,and wax trouble and expense which it costs the
fully without stock. They keep dairy ing, and thus "big freeze,"you may transportation lines, the commissionmen
stock on a small place, often at a loss, season. A bed Wiggins,with a big W. etc., to advertise themselves] and
rather than say they keep none. My will give two has just hit me over their business, with the little effort
experience satisfies me that I can then be spaded or I Tobacco "Ugh the which seems to have been made by the
raise an abundance of fruits and veg- one in the mean j some. Well, i it Fruit Exchange to become. popularly
etables on chemical fertilizers, and pared to take its j'| of stuff styled filthy known. A,

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flonie! Interests and girls of her own ; but she lives in on hot. This recipe must be good, as sugar. Pour into a deep bowl and

a far Western State. Yet as I look it t come from the Light-house Board of carry to the table.. The shortcake is

BY MRS. E. A. HILL. npon this little bit of blue before me, the Treasury Department. in another dish. Split each piece of 'I.

--. -------- it moat vividly recalls before me my FoR SNAKE BITES. biscuit i and pour the sauce over it.

Piecing: Quilts. first days in the village schoolroom.This We have heard of nothing that When making the sauce do not cook
next block, with the red groundand the apples too long or too fast, as it
'To everything there is a season, equals alum, and it can be carried in
and the delicate spray flowers,brings the when is will make them dark. The evaporated -
a time to every purpose under the pocket one going where
to; mind the many happy hours spentin apples make as good plain
heavens, thus sayeth the wise preacher; there might be danger One heaping
the o of a dear friend, who that made from fresh fruit if
mpany sauce as ,
therefore it follows that there is a time teaspooijful of powdered alum is sufficient -
bag long since passed away from earth, properly prepared. They are also
for piecing up quilts, as well as a timeto to arrest the poison if taken in
refrain therefrom. But, some we hope to meet again ; yet this little time. One man was cured by it after delicious with tapioca, as a pudding.M. .
token is all that is left of the
busy housewife, nobody talks about having been bitten an hour before he
memories of other Yet
piecing quilts in these days, it seems bright days. could get it. ....
we must return to the point from whichwe
just like a waste of time. No doubtin diverged.We ABOUT GRASSES. Cooking Evaporated Fruit.

your case the time for this work is You Emma. We have
think every school-girl should are right Editor HOME INTERESTS:
past, but for the little girl who are
have ambition to at least very beautiful grasses ; they by
an piece one grow I am much interested in the
just learning to sew what is better very
the river's bank
out of the near the large i
quilt family pieces as a sou- Home Department of the DISPATCH.
adapted for that and what
purpose, venir which will be a pleasure to look lakes. It would take a botanist to
more available than the little That is the first page that I read and
handy over later in life. This be donein classify and enumerate them all. I
on can I always find something good. When
basket of "blocks, (cut and basted
intervals of leisure whenever S. L. REED.Starching. .
by mother if "pickup my husband will allow' me to cut his
necessary.) work" be made available to ._
can I will take out those and
How vividly we can recall this occupation papers pages
of our own young days and utilize the moments of time which bind them in book form. They will

the pride with which we completed would otherwise go to waste or worse, To starch shirt bosoms and collars : make a useful book.

our first long row of blocks; all neatly and need never interfere with more Pour a pint of boiling water upon two Iwu pleased with Alice's letter ;

joined. We started instantly for the pressing or important duties. ounces of gum arabic ; cover it and let her deiire to learn all she can about

place of business where our dear papa Two or three light home-made quilts it stand over-night. A tablespoonful cooking is commendable ; she will find

was to be found and presented this will be found very convenient articlesto i of this gum arabic water stirred intoa Home Interests Department a great

trophy of our skill to his admiringgaze. have in possession as the cool nights pint of starch made in the usual help. It is the one way in whichwe
approach, and are more easily kept will lawns "home bodies" can help each other.
But our papa was bent upon manner, give to either
from destruction by jnsects than wool white look I will send a few hints on cooking
getting at the foundation of things, or printed, a newness,
and so plied us with questions. blankets, although these latter may be when nothing else can restore them. evaporated fruits as it comes to us now.

What a foolish business was this fora considered a necessity._. in Florida._ To every pint of starch add a piece of It is really excellent when properly

little girl to cut all those pieces up -< spermaceti candle the size of a chestnut cooked, and such a help in this cli-

and then go to work and sew them to- House Plants, Etc. mate where fresh fruits will not keep
gether again. But "papa we ex- long.
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.Editor expert laundry woman recommended -
All fruit should be
plained,those pieces never were whole evaporated
to lie the use of kerosene in
they were left; from our dresses, and HOME IHTKRESTS : washed as quickly as possible avoid
fine starch to make the linen
The best house plants for Floridaare glossy losing of the acid,then to soakin
we have saved them, besides, look how and to keep the iron from sticking.We any put
nearly the same as at the North. tepid water in proportion two
. nicely they are all sewed together, tried it and the results ad- cups
"over and over." Geraniums are good and free bloomers were of fruit pressed in and rounded, to five
mirable. About half
In due time patience and when the roots are confined in a a ateaspoonfulof cups of water. Peaches and plums
persever- kerosene to starch for six
enc accomplished the task and the small compaps, but with plenty of enough must soak over night two or three
shirts. The odor
completed quilt lay before us, and to room they are apt to make more bush evaporates entirely hours, as for other fruit, cook in the
the clothes ironed. Each
this day we cannot be dissuaded from than bloom. The Coleus is always are acme water in which it was soaked.If .
molecule of starch seemed be
pretty, and we might name a thousamtmore sur- off the water and
the belief that we then added to the rounded with thin you pour puton
sum total of earthly comfort.To if time and space allowed. I will an infinitesimally fresh, your fruit will be insipid, be-
of the oil and the iron
pellicle glided
of few vines.
speak only a cause have thrown the best
one who has spent weeks and you away
months of life upon the bed sickness, The Smilax is a delicate vine, just over clean the bossoms, leaving a smooth, part oi it ; cook the fruit in a porce-

the monotony of the sick room is much the thing for wreaths, and does best glossy expanse... lain ketlle, cover lightly and stew

alleviated by looking over the differ- in the"house, as it cannot "rough the --- gently, without stirring,until well done;

ent pieces in the quilt-it is like the winds. Apple Shortcake.The add sugar to taste ; shake the kettlea

leaves of an album, or like a family The English Ivy is the very best of following recipe ii for a familyof little but don't put a spoon into it ;
all vines ; it ii perfectly hardy, will cook fifteen minutes uncovered
history complete in one volume. ten. Of course, if your family is longer ,
How this soft purple print takes us grow well in the shade, and adorn any smaller, the quantities given will be set off to cool with a piece of mosquitonet

back to dear gran mamma's days ; house-be it a palace. proportionately lees : Take onehalfpound thrown over the top.

how beautifully she looked to us when The German Ivy is a more rapid of evaporated apples, put in a In cooking evaporated apples if

she wore that dress and her neat grower, has serrated leaves of a light stone jar with two quarts of water you want them extra nice, cook as di-
green, and makes a good foliage ; it is rected above when about half done
white apron; how distinctly we se her and a pinch of salt ; set on the stove ;
now standing in the old farm-house easily propagated from slips ; these and let simmer till done. While the add a few slices of lemon, cover closelyand
with and many others can be obtained by stew gently until the apples are
door as she received us tender apples are cooking get out your bis
caress and such words of love at only addressing Frank Stapleford, Altoona, cuit-board, rolling-pin, etc., and makea soft ; then add one teaspoonful of

grandma can give. The sight of that Fla., and I presume from other Flor- plain biscuit dough, as follows: : granulated sugar, put it lightly and

one block brings back to us the many ida florists. Sift three pints of flour with three I evenly over the fruit, but don't stir it

loved associations, we cannot part with WHITEWASH. teaspoonfuls of baking powder and as the slices must remain unbroken.Stir ..

that. Then here is the next one with Harry wants a recipe for Whitewash one and one-half teaspoonfuls of salt half an hour longer* uncovered,

the light ground, and the run- ; that speaks well for you,Harry ; into a dish, and work two tablespoonfuls sprinkle a tablespoonful of sugar over

ning vines and buds upon it; it does look so nice to see the white (not heaping, and they should be the top and set off to cool, covered

my Aunt Amanda had a dress buildings contrasting with our ever- iron spoons) of shortening into it with with mosquito net.

like that. We remember when it was green.Now. your hands. Mix: with milk (or For those who do not like the appleso

"bran new." She wore it to "meeting"in I am going to give you my water) to the desired consistency. The rich omit the lemon, add leas sugar.

the old school-house, and from out best, and think it will please you. It softer it is (not too soft to roll, though) When set off to cool grate a little nut-

the depth of the old-fashioned pocket will last nearly as well as oil paint, the better it will be. Use rollingpinas meg over its top. G. G. CONE.

she brought forth the heads of fennel and cost much lees. Slack one-half little as possible. Cut into square ....

and gravely passed them over to us, to bushel of good lime with boiling water, pieces and double each piece ; put into Better a home with baby,

interest us, hoping thereby to prevent :keeping it covered ; then strain this pans and bake. While the shortcakeis And a floor Uttered with toys,

ui from looking around at the Emery and add a peck of salt dissolved baking mix two tablespoonfuls of Than one that Is empty forever

children on the back seat Here 11 in warm water; boil three poundsof sifted flour to a batter with cold water. childish prattle and noise.
80 here's a kiss for the darling!
this lovely blue, with th* baby dot ground rice until you can make a Stir the jar of apples on the stove On forehead,mouth and chin,

upon it; that is like a dress my little thin paste of it; add this, also half a constantly with a spoon held in one And wherever I find a dimple,

chum and school mate used to wear, pound of Spanish whiting and a poundof hand, while with the other you pour I'll smuggle the kisses In.

little Effie, with her soft brown curls dissolved glue. Stir all togetherand the batter into it. After this is thoroughly ..

and merry smile. She is a grown let it stand for several d-iys, whenit i mixed add a piece of butter Tumblers that have had milk in

wpman'now, with a home full of boys will be fit for use; it moat be put t the size of a walnut and one cup of i them should never be put in hot water. '


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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. reference for every practical horticulturist SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR. Columbia Fair.

. Why .is it that the farmers, .
and is a model after which gardeners
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. An Exposition to be Held at Or-
other States have patterned.Let lando. and fruit-growers of Columbia

Fruit-Growers' Association.An us have an organization of this county are so much more enter-
The leading spirits of South Florida than all the others in the
organization of the Growers of kind in Florida. Our Fruit-Growers prising

Fruit, Ornamental Plants and Garden Association, which meets in Jackson have determined to hold a fair at State ? No other county so far as I

Products, for the purpose of collecting ville or' Orlando, in February next, Orlando this winter, probably in Feb- know, holds a county fair. If they do

information and comparing notes as to affords a basis to build upon. ruary. A similar project was enter they keep very quiet about it for fear
tained last year, but the fruit and veg- that the outside world hear of it.
adaptability of families and vari- We appeal to our progressive fruit- may

eties to the several sections of the growers and gardeners to come out etables were so much injured by the Such a fair as it is proposed to hold at

State, to bring out new varieties and and enthuse life into this organization, unusual cold that it was abandoned.The Lake City in November, being widely

to consider the best methods of culti- and make it what it should be, an Reporter says : advertised, must result in bringing a

vating and getting results: is even important factor in cur horticultural "The project was by no means largely increased immigration into Columbia -

more essential in Florida than in the development. frozen out. The present outlook is county.
----.-- favorable. The fruit yield will be 4
States north of The State is di
o Tanenashi.Editor fair, and the extra attention given to Florida's Timber Interests.
vided into three distinct regions, differing FLORIDA DISPATCH : truck-growing assures a better exhibitin
Reckless destruction of the
radically from an agriculturalor As a specimen of the possibilitiesof that line than has ever before been
horticultural point of view, nam.ly; Per:-imiuon-growing, I send you a possible.! While all visitors to the timber of this State will do more to

the northwestern sample of Tanenashi, or seedless, State necessarily pass through the give us a financial set-back than can
or farming region,
grown on a graft set eight months ago northern portion, and most of them any other cause. In the selection and
the central or orange region and the in a native stock. Many of the grafts pass through Jacksonville, yet it is a cutting of timber, mill men have ap-
extreme southern or tropical region. in stocks of an inch to one and a half well known fact that the tendency is :
parently at it on the princ pal
Each of these regions has within its inches diameter made tops several feet farther and farther southward ; and it gone
limits varying conditions of soil and through.It i: is but reasonable to claim that South that "the handiest is the best," when

is about ten years since I pro. i Florida will contain a larger numher I results show the reverse to be the case.
climate. fruit farm
Nearly or
every cured my first trees, and when I get of winter visitors at any given time In the slaughter of our pine forests,
product of the temperate or tropicalzones time, I will try to send you some notes than North Florida. Orlando now Florida is losing dollars just as surely
will thrive under some of these embodying my emperif I if the into the
as was dumped
conditions. But how are we to ascer- great Dlospyros. E. H. HART. put in splendid condition for a small money
tain what fruits and what varieties Federal Point.Fia. outlay, and certainly it-5vill be possible river. That we have excellent and
Mr. Hart has our thanks for the "as well as far easier to collect a exceedingly valuable timber interests
thrive and what treatment to give in
?pecimen received, it was one of the varied and large exhibit of fruits moves the Chicago Timberman to say:

any particular section? finest we ever ate, no seed, no astringency and vegetables here than at Jack- "Southern lands, and Southern mills
From the present outlook we have sonville. aside the
one solid mass of delicions rightsof for that matter, are good investments.It .
but little to hope from our State gov- priority, the interests of the entire is a matter of grave doubt if bettercan

ernment, although it is clearly ap- pulp. 4 State would be better served if the be found anywhere in the country.
State Fair was to be held in Orlando Southern timber be carried with
parant that public friends could be The Florida Horticultural Society.At may
instead of in Jacksonville. But as the small risk of fire at low cost for taxes '
the of the Florida ,
used in no better than for the next meeting I
metropolis has a sort of pre emption and it is yet to be had at prices near
. establishment of experimental stations Fruit-Growers Association, a rcsolu claim upon the State Fair, we cheer the bed rock limit as to make the realization -

whose practical workings would answer tion will be offered to change the futly concede it to her ; but go in for of a handsome profit almosta

-uchquestions as these. name of this organization to the the South Florida Exposition, and in- certainty. This winter will see large

Under existing circumstances we Florida Horticultural Society. We vite Jacksonville exhibitors to come sums put into Southern timber, and
the river and operate with us, dollar of
up the chances are that not a
must depend upon private experimentsand hope this change will be made. The as exhibitors from this part of the that amount whatever it may be, will

experience for a solution of these latter name indicates more clearly the State have operated with Jackson be badly invested.-Savannah New

questions. Now, as a matter of fact, field of the Association, and follows, ville in past years. 4

thousands of experiments of the most the general usage in other States. We heartily endorse the above. A wire factory has been established\

interesting and important characterare Furthermore, we have another organ Next to Jacksonville, Orlando is pre at Clay Springs, near Apopka.Meteorological. .

being carried on in the State, but ization having quite a different ob- eminently the place for such a fair. -.. .

except in a few instances the conclu- ject but bearing a very similar name ,Not only would it be visited by ......-.. .

sions benefit the experimentor only- -the Florida Fruit and Vegetable- more strangers than it held in per- M ..I9q''B9J .ee:.os+.deas-:.:..:: .'2 5 O. .4.J. '

and others must arrive at like results Growers Protective_ ,. Association. haps any other city in the State, Ip aW3! 9 JO 1J.I9A.V UUUJUi mma< o agqipajpunq /::.U O '

by the same blind road, even that Cheap-Evaporators.The ---. but the people of Orlando, with their coco. fcg m

which gets into the papers is taken cheap evaporator enquired usual energy and liberality, can be relied *: 24 OMa z \TnpjuxnH A[U'Bp U'B91t I "e..eo'QO,..,, O,..!.()) OO e-
with liberal grains of allowance. to get a fair that will do 0 -
about by Tropic, of Brevard county, is upon up >== I "3a
We need a live Horticultural So made by the American :Manufacturing credit to the State, which is more than p .tll3oIaA I I-I: "'O O W?* .;
to fruits and other be said of efforts in this T. q h -g ctJC'.J
ciety, classify our Company, of. Waynesboro, Pa. A can previous I
3 .uona9.Ila{ ay
garden products, to report upon. new postal card sent to their address will direction. 0 I rn ZzZ '0e

fruits, and tq collect and put in shape procure a circular giving full partic- The State Fair should be held in 0 cu.Ji4 rtJ
for reference the results of the experience ulari. Jacksonville immediately followingthe W aa SS88SS2 0 'i ClJ-
PITS saqoujH UI
on individual experiments and --- Orlando Fair, and to which the '-4 U1JJUI1J.I dlaQ .!!;:
"Turn About. en
practice in the several sections and The apple crop of the country has exhibits at the latter would largely be 3 PSK .m:

with various plants. been extensively damaged by the re- sent. Nine-tenths of our winter visitor 00 I U'B(1 U'B9J'l I n C.i8f'D:: g"'i ..4>

has of this kind Jacksonville in z a.. ..tQ ;
Georgia a society cent freeze.Wonder if the Herald pass through February;
z:: s mnmlall4Byq 1 tr :g !;
and although there is less need of it thinks the North will survive and and an exhibit designed to set forth O 00Ui A E ;fi MT.S&;::
O. .
there than here as the Agriculturistsand the the resource of the State could best en wwix ,c.o(.i-oooco e-"_.':.) .
appl -grower. pull through.
tt :: ..
Horticulturists can borrow from be held at this time and place. But, nib;; .oIP

adjoining States under similar condi- Correction.Editor if Jacksonville is apathetic in this, g ..I919mO.I'BtI I. _:_;:oC'. $ d.r.lQ.>..
tions, while we are isolated, still the "bad matter, let the Orlando Fair be the c I ff+CQ 35 w?5c5 99 i
You make for
me returns _
say . .
Georgia Horticultural Society has State Fair. In any event, we believe o .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ass
LeContes. This is not correct. They :.. :. .:. .:. .0.:1 : e e
been a very. important factor in the from North Florida and West Florida will en O m i ix ':->*::1' p."-": "
were oranges my orange groveon : :ao > > +
development or the fruit growing interests Lake Fla. co-operate heartily ,in making the. l en ,a I p m i I
Jessup, Orange county, )is m tA
of the State, and its catalogue W. W. THOMPSON. South Florida Fair of 1887 a grand S "C' "O.= .A as t
t .; g=A Z i:2: ;;:;
of, the fruits of Georgia is a manual of ,Bmithville,Ofu:,Iv'ov.9. L success. t :.'k-. } :JroetX2C143t-E1;: ; ::0; 'p! .Q BSfc>>

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NOVEMBER 15,1886.] THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.: --.-- -,797



-"' '-.- ,, -_# -,- Chil hamau Gen. D, H. Hill; -_ -, --, :'
FLORIDA DISPATCH Sherman's March to the Sea, by Generals Attention Farmers \ 'To Kent.

is 20 to devoted to AGRICULTURE Howard and Slocum. Generals Q. A. .
a 29-page weekly, I have on hand a limited quantity of
HORTICULTURE;, INDUSTRY IMMIGRATION jillmore, Wm. F. Smith, John Gibbon, l An Orange Grove to a fami y iiiuler-
In FLORIDA and the COAST BELTof Florida] grown KAFFIR CORN SEED f standing the cultivation of fruit trees.
Horace Porter and John S. Mosby will
the SOUTHERN STATES.SubscrIption. : this For I Bonds S. E
describe special battles and incidents. grown by myself season. prices required. WINSLOW -
Kates. or information address Dunedin, Hilisborough County, FIa.Wanted .
Per Annum,fiOO. Sir Months,f 1.00. Three Stories of naval engagements,prison life, JOHN A. GERMOND .
Months,50c. etc., will appear. '
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Club Kate ,
In clubs of four. II 50 each per annum. In NOVELS AND STORIES. .....- Copies of the DISPATCH-issues of October

clubs eight,81.25 each per annum. In clubs "The Hundredth Man," a novel by Wanted. 11th and 18th. AddressCIIAS. .- .'

of twelve With shoo each Other per Publications.We annum. Frank R. Stockton, authorof"The Lady, Man and wife; man to take charge of W DACOSTA\> .

club with every periodical published In or the Tiger?"etc., begins in November. farm, fruit trees and dairy. Wife to 'do I 4ti ,' Publisher.For .
the and Rateson Two novelettes W. Cable stories housework -- --e- -- ---'
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application. by Alary Hallock Foote, "Uncle* good place for right parties. AddressH. Sale Cheap
Kemlttances Remus "Julian Hawthorne Edward Eg- Thirty thousand young :sweet orange
and business correspondence should be ad- W. REED.
dressed gleston, and other prominent American Waycross, Ga. and lemon seedling: -

toCHAS.. W. DACOSTA, Publisher, authors will be printed during the year. -, -.- --'-- DEPo1NCEY;\
Jacksonville Florida. Fertilize Box 18, :Manatee,: 1'1a.
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Ar. most eventful visit to Siberian prisons; Lei<< I largely benefitted the consumers as wall: J
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ing as a premium a copy of the Astrology, etc., by the Rev.J. M. --.-- these remedies, thereby giving one-fiftS

World's History of the United States, Buckley, D. D., editor of the Christian For Sale. more medicine in the 75'.cent si/ci The..
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of the throwing light on Bible history, etc. a young Complaint, and the German Syvupfci)
history our country to and '
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ent1 time. Address the publisher of PRICES. A FREE COPY. She is nine years.old and has been in the largest sales ofany medicines l ..in toe,

this paper or the N. Y. World. Subscription price $4 a year; 35 centsa Florida four years. world. The advantage of increased: size

. number. Dealers, postmasters, and the Address "T," care of DISPATCH: I of the bottles will be greatly apprf eiafe4

publishers take subscriptions. Send for Jacksonville, Fla. by the sick and alllicted, in tow
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ->-+-*<<- I every
our beautifully illustrated 24-page catalogue *
and village civilized Sample
Thos. A. Conncry, in charge of Mr. L.I I -
(free), containing, full prospectus,
The following is the list for; :this week etc, including a special offer by' ,which A. Davis' Grove,.Homeland,Fla., writes, I bottles for 10 cents remain ;jthd same

which leaves no space fore the: write new readers can get back numbers'to the October 11,1 1880.as follows: rsize. .-. ':

Tips." Due notice of same will appear next begining of the War Series at a very low "1Ve applied the :Mapes Fertilizer in I I Rocky Branch Nursery, :MontlceHp' :, Fl,

week: price. A specimen copy (back number) the latter part of April, at the rate ot five I i Parties intending to purchase cConi

The Georgia Associated Lines.*, will be sent on request. :Mention this to ten pounds' to thc tree, according to 1 Pear trees wilt do well "tQi1; >lace''ord.ej8

Lewter &Beaeham. < .:,. paper.Can a"c. That was the only application applied with me before the season t6plant\opejg.\

McQuai, Smith-&vBowman. : you afford to be wWiout The Century ''to the entire grove. The trees' did I have a choice stock ofone, two antI

S. E, Wmslow.' '.;i TIlE CENTURY COMPANY, New Y prk. very: well, though not so well as if the three-year-old trees, and' ill not Abe undersold. ,
H. L. Wheatley. : cold had not hurt,them." i
% Correspondence with n nery-; :
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John Cross! ,,&; men solicited. .
Youth's Companion. B. W. PARTRIDGE!
-- -- --- Mobile or Improved Nunan Straw-
First National Bank of Ocala.
Jerseys. berry Plants for .sale., Price. $3.00 per Propr tor,
Wm. A. Bours. ___ .
Buist. .tftO'fUobt. .: r have several,first-class native :Much 1,000. Larger.quantities application.-:; -- w
f Messrs. J F. Tenncy & SoiJfe$ <]lerai !
Cows with Grade Jersey Heifer Calvesfor Delivered at the wharf or railroad sta
The Century Company. sale. B. W. PARTRIDGE, tion. .,have, raised strawberries for the I Point, Fla., September 28, Mates} :
R. H. Jones.S. .
I "As agents for the sale of the fertilizers -
six and tried than
Monticello Fla. past years, more twenty
L. Reed.Wm. _
at this place we desire to e/cpress
<< varieties,-and find this the best.D. .
Read& S l1S. : : entire satisfaction with it. Ode
B. MILLS II our customers : -
h i' Cuttings of three varieties of the Fig ,
H. Reed.Florida .' ,.-\ ., it to'any oth inltoe .
' ; furnished to order at $2 per hundred; Welaka, Fla. peeler '
Fertilizing Company: market-in fact; refuse to purchase
>-.-f any
Small cuttings of six inches sent by mail
Dr. H. Knight. '. ,
post paid. H. REED, More Money for Your. Work thing else. The goods speak jCorJthem
<< selves. We not that
i Box 253. Jacksonville, Fla. if you improve good opportunities. Hal- are aware any
The CenturyFOR .-.. .. ----- lett & Co., Portland, Maine, will mail. special test has been made, but the' g6h-
188G-87. free full information how I eral results from its use arc excell nL/,i
Where do all the pens go to? Those showing you .
The Century is an' illustrated monthly manufactured by Esterbrook go to add can make $5 to $25'and upwards a day I Seed Out << ,....
magazine having .a, regular circulation to the comfort and the luxury of life by and live at home wherever you are lo i 5,000 Bushels Choice Texas Kye Rub PQOC
ot about two hundred thousand cated. Better write have made i ::
copies, their superior and easy-writing qualities. ; some Oats. .
often reaching and sometimes exceeding -H<<- over $50 a day; all new. No capital required -i I 1,000 Bushels Choice Florida Seed ooOIft-1te.::
two hundred and started free. Both all I
twenty-five thousand Wanted. ; sexes: ages.
i 500 Bushels Choice Northern Seed Ryej
Chief among its many attractions for the A Scotchman, age 26, thoroughly prac- Success for every worker. Send address r 100 Bushels Choice Seed Bailey. v :;

coming year is a serial which has been inactive tical farmer, with good knowledge of and see for yourself.. Just received. Now is the o
preparation for sixteen years.:" It horses and ---- Sees
stock-raising, wants employ plant. Also a full stock Garden ,
is a history of our own country in its ment in or Apply For Sal Cheap.
orange grove nursery. fresh and reliable. "
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most criticaltime set forth in ; "
as at once to Allan F. Kerr, at Austin, ; 2 Stump Pullers. ,
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THE LIFE OF LINCOLN', I Illinois. 2 Sets Tools. PAIGE'S
-- -. -*..------ Well-Boring J"ATKNT: lOUI S
By His Confidential Secretaries John G. Wind Mill. i
Look Here, Florida Ilar::atn Seekers! 1 'I' For Curing: Oranges and Lemons,)*;}
It'icolayand Colonel John Hay. 1 Platform Scale. We are ed to sell the h t toVO
I Are you looking for paying investments now prepa: i ljjl }e
This -10-St.. Gas Machine.J. \ the process for Curing Oranges and IjgpionB
work begun with the sanc- either Towx lots adjoining Railroad
great I : CRAWSHAW, JR., I In two days so that keep'for month
tion of President Lincoln and continued Stations rivers front- paced
; on navigable ; or Fla.Consumption In a perfect state, in the usual yny.
under the authority of his son, the Hon. I'ing on beautiful salt-water Bays or Lawtey, Send for descriptive Circulars. tJ

Robert T. Lincoln is the only full and Harbors? On Orange Groves, or wild -e- !t Florida FvrCilixiiigr Co.. j I.
Curf>d. oJ
authoritative record of the life of Abraham lands from one to one million acres ? If E.T. PAINE,President'!;
Lincoln. Its authors were friends of so, send for "The Orange Grove," a An old physician, retired from practice Jacksonville,8 West Bay St. : :
Lincoln before his ) the interest having had placed in his hands by.
Presidency; they were monthly journal published in 1
East the formula f
most intimately associated with him as of Lands in Florida,-only one dollar a an missionary o President. Oshler.t'KISSIMMEE
private secretaries throughout his term {I! year-Sample copy FREE. Addres, a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy

of office, and to them were transferred THE ORANGE GROVE, and permanent cure of Consumption ;! CITY BANK;

upon} Lincoln's death all his private pa Liverpool, Manatee Co., :Fla Bronchitis, Catarrh Asthma and all ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. .
pers. Here will be told the inside history -,-.-__in- Throat and Lung Affections, also a positive -
of the civil war and of President The Arcadia-Nursery.- Monticello, Flor and radical cure for Nervous Debil-
Lincoln's administration, important details ida. ity and all Nervous Complaints,after having I I CAPITAL $0,000.

of which have hitherto remained For one, two or three-year-old LeConte tested its wonderful curative powers -

unrevealed, that they might first pear trees. Also a full list of other pears in thousands of cases, has felt it his dutyto Transacts a general Banking business.

in this authentic history., By reason appear of and apples grafted on LeConte roots. make it known to his suffering fellows. I -

the publication of this work, Address Arcadia Nursery, J. H. Girar- Actuated by this motive, and a desire to Buys and sells Exchange. Letters ot Credit

deau, proprietor, Monticello, Fla. relieve human suffering, I will send, free I' cashed.

THE AR"SEUIES, ->-*-f- of charge, to all who desire it, this recipein ;

which has been followed with unflagging Large Texas and Mexican Pecans. German, French or English, with full of Has Florida correspondents,also Seaboard In all Nalk the nal chief Bank townJ,aril

interest by a great audience, will occupy Prices of young trees'and fresh nuts for directions for preparing and using Sent Messrs. C,M.-Wh1 pey A Co, New York.

less space during the coming ;year 'Gettysburg planting, and how to grow them. Sent by mail by,addressing,with stamp, naming In Great Britain: The Hank of Ire Ian ,

will be described'by' Gen Hunt, free. S. D. SHREWSBURY, this paper, W. A. NOYES.:: 149 Pow- Royal North America Bank of and Scotland Melville, Bank, Evans:,or, 'BTUii'&-- .
Chief of i the:Union Artillery; ,G en 4 Long- P. O.'Box 516. Sherman, Texas. ersBtoclRochester,'X. Y. London.f | >t

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RATES OF PASSAGE, 4 Lowest Rates of Freight Always Given.S.iCXSONVILLE .
bin ... ....................... ................. ..$24.0 Direct connection at Fernandina with F.R.&:N.Ry.
t teerage. ...... ... ..... ..... .... ... .... .. ... ..., J2.( .
Recursion. Ticket,......................... ......... .... .. 41.01.() ; 5 s
.The" mmmlffcent Iron Steamships of thin Line will sail from ar Thi Line offers to the Traveling Public and Shlpoers of Veg3
FL\,for NEW YORK,after arrival of train.- tables and Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to Ness
.JENANHINAt> Cedar Key, Orlando and other points In. z .. -- York.
.. 1 Through Tickets and State-rooms secured advancer

.. ............... ... .Saturday,Oct.?0 ,, all points Florida. ,
f ... .... ..... ..,.,".. .. ,Nov. 3 u. jOTralns leave F. R. &N. Co's Main Depot, foot of Hogastreet
: a; .Wednesday ,at 9.25 a m and 5ndipnam,on sailing days, connecting wit i
IO... ...... ....Sunday t N. 7 ,._V.
I.: ...,...... .. Wednesday,Nov. 10 -- amships at
: ........... ..... .. ....Saturday,:Nov. 13 # -For Tickets aad State-rooms and further Information
T. ........ .. .. .Wednesday, Nov. 17 apply to

,: R. W.. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Fernandina, FJa. A. H. ('It PEN, Gen'l T'rveling Agent. J. M. CUTLER., Pass. Agent,88.West Bay St.,Jacksonville. ,.Fla._
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"4 ,\,' The other Prize Stories, eight in all, will be published. during 1887.

any one who subscribes now, and sends us $1.75, we will send the Companion free from the time
+ f ip t Jan.J I887.To subscription is received to January 1st, 1887, and a full year from that date. This offer includes
.. I co'' I', Double Thanksgiving and Christmas Numbers. Remit Money Order, Checkor Registered Letter.

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i' ., ; 1 I have purchased at a rare bargain the entire stock of Pianos and Organs of A. Peterson,
of Gainesville and Palatka,and for next thirty days will make a grand clearing sale of these
Instruments and my present stock of Pianos and Organs. Rare bargains can be had as I go
ARTISTIC MERCHANi AILOR North at an early date to make arrangements for an entirely new stock of Pianos and Or
I i gans. As I am not In the habit of advertising In the usual stereotyped "thirty day bar-
gain"style,parties will understand that I mean business and will offer fffnnlne bargains
while the sale lasts. A. IS. CAMPBELL'S: MUSIC HOUSE:, Jacksonville.THE : .
English, Parisian and New York I..: I

Pants, from $6 to $[L5 ; Suits, from $25 to $65.
I I II on the Line of the Florida Southern.

Workmanship Cut and Finish Unsurpassed. I Unsurpassed by any other section for the production of Fruit and Vegetables if you are
coming to Florida, whatever may be your means or condition,you will most assuredly be
If you want Complete Satisfaction and Guaranteed Fit,call on me at I pleased with this Centre of the Lake Region.
4 I S. L. REED,
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: FURNTURE Orange and Lemon Trees. Loquats, Giant and Common. Pears,
; Plums, Peaches, Persimmons. Figs of Commerce, New Pomegranates -

.' -. .. Mulberries, Nut Trees, Etc.
New Catalogue now ready. Address as above.
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Great Reduction in
,\ a RQ' ,,tit remove to No.41 to 46 West Bay street. Call at once. and obtain our reduces. -
:-IS ,t1c-e..beCortll'lUT'CI1utng. Rented,Refurnished and the best hotel in the city.

F. E. BOGUE & CO., GEORGE D. HODGES, Proprietor.

h, . '---' .... No.26>$and 28 Ocean street,City. (Formerly of the Metropolitan Hotel,New York, and the Grand Union,Haratoja.

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," And Only Bine Furnishing '4 3

1st. TWO FAST FREIGHT Schedules each. day,connecting with both the Cincinnati Southern and-Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railroads at Chattanooga,and the Louis
ville and Nashville Railroad at Montgomery. .'C.*td

2nd. We notify the consignees when your Oranges pass Atlanta, Cliattauong ITIonTironTery, thus letting them know when to expect the shipment, and giving
them- the- necessaryjiotlcesp that they can use every precaution to protect your interests.3rd. .
We have. a full line of Ventilated and Refrigerator Cars, which will be furnished upon application. E53_ :!
(:4th....We Have the Shortest Line to the West, and make the Quickest Time.

S f 5th. Letters ant: question promptly: anl cheerfully answered. and upon application stencils and rates to any point will be furnlshed.r

{E..See that yosr shipments: are stenciled or routed vii Albany, Ga., and notify me shipment and I will see that they are Carefully Handled and Promptly Forwarded.

-.J = -of '!cl ifJD'::= d; j: J. P. BECKWITH: Florida Freight Agent, _

G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A., ':.-l: [ JOS, M. BROWN, G. F. A.,

Central R.R. of Ga.,Savannah, Ga. Western and Atlantic Ry.,Atlanta,Ga. .




Business Lots and Stores. 220. 2-acre lot on Central avenue,cleared 88. 160 acres,30 cleared;700 orange trees, 31. 40 acres on Lake Fairview,5 acres
No. and fenced,house 0(9 rooms,stable, 125 bearing; 1,200 nursery trees, figs, cleared and fenced, containing 250
Lot Church good water; terms easy; price......... 2,600 bananas, Japan plums Peen-To orange trees, 5 years old, situated
451. street 25x150feet.
on Chinese cherries 100 the T. O.k A. R.R.
Very cheap...............................!?...... 81,300 vines peaches,10,varieties mangoes, and grape other alongside ter mile from ,depot; house,quar of 5
211. Lot on Church street, 5ixl40 feet. tropical fruits; 80 acres of this rooms" cost 81,000; price-.................. 3,000
432. Lot on Pine street, 27; x120 feet. New house of 5 rooms; price............ 1,600 tract is first-class hammock ins I
Office of 3 rooms,price.... ................. 2,500 fronts the lake for mile 4-room 453. 19,000 acres of land within <6acre. one for$1..225 to$10 per Don't buy
416. Half interest in lot 53x150 feet, two 108. %acre lot on Main street, two-story cottage, the Wthtloleteincloiseod with I until you have seen these lands.
stores, and restaurant, 16 rooms house of 6 rooms, nicely tlnlshed.'W re and only five miles range from 97. 1.200 acres on Lake Jessup, 2 miles from
county i .J.
above the stores, rented for$165 per Small nursery and a few trees In Orlando I ................................. I i Geneva pine and hammock $3.59 to$1
form price.............................. ; price- 12,000 I
month; price.....-............................ 4,500 grove ; 2,500 I per acre'.
91. 300 acres/ 190 hammock, 120 acres f In ; 457. 40 acres choice hammock land,2 miles
417. Lot 27Kxl50. feet on Church street, 227. Lot on Central avenue 100x200 feet grove form, on south side Lake j I. from Geneva,(orS per at$100.
store below, office rooms above. ;i house of 5 rooms,well dnlshednear Apopka, 12 miles from Orlando I Hickory trees 2 to 4 feet In diameter,cabbage
Now renting and paying handsomely j the business part of the city; price.. 3.000 miles from Ocoet"; railroad survey palmetto and magnolia trees are
; price.................................... 4,500 ; through the farm, steamboat land- numerous.
I on the property; well adapted to
418. Lot on Pine street,22x90 feet; store !, 269. Corner lot on Church street,200 yds. vegetable/ corn etc.;good barn and i NOTE.-We have some very cheap lands In
20x33 feet, 4 rooms above; price--....... 2,650 from S. F.depot. House of i rooms. stable, house oC'6 room; price......... 50,000 the counties of Volusla, Brevard, Hernando
Nearly an acre of land; for on 1 y...- 3,000 Or will sell 80 acres, 30 hammock, Hilsborough, Polk and Sumter; price,$1 to$.
419. Lot and store,adjoining First Na with 16-acre bearing grove for......... 16,000 per acre. We also have large tracts of well
tional Bank, rented for 175 per 138. \i acre on South street. House of 2 This! property will pay better than timbered lands in Polk and Hernando counties
month; price..................................... 4,500 rooms; price....................................... 450 $100,000 In U.S. bonds. ,upward of 80,000 acres.
We have upwards of One Million Dollars worth of choice property our books and cheerfully furnish any Information concerning it. Write for particulars.

UBWTJGR & BEACHAifl) Orlando, Flay,

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The Trade throughout the State appreciate the fact that I handle Groceries exclusively. ..
All my energies arc directed In one line.
.claim to be able to offer special inducements in each of the following Departments.


i n high grade Boasted Coffees, I offer Chase & Sanborn's goods-too well known to need comment. All the cheaper grades at manufacturers' prices, freight added. Special attentionyen
to selection of Teas, packed In 5 and 10 lb. Caddies from 20 to 75; cents per pound. I carry the finest line in the State. J.E.Burns' Co.,of Philadelphia,manufacture my Spices, and
yaresoldat Factory Prices Absolutely pure goods arc ground by our Spice Mills and Dalsey Engine."


This Department is complete-not only stale and standard goods-but the very finest California goods of all kinds. I keep everything that l Is' put up in a can; the variety
JB ,,, is an ago noted for Large consignments are made to me, with instructions to sell at factory prices, with freights. I am In a position to sell as low. as
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Great care Is exercised here. I have one of the largest refrigerators in Florida for storing these goods. By purchasing in large quantities in August, September and October, I cant
II.t New York prices without freight, and still make a handscmc margin on the usual rise in there goods in the fall. The great quantity shipped daily Is proof of its success. p I


I handle Potatoes, Onions and Apples, In'large quantities.. I don't aim at selling cheaper than all others, but do try to sell superior goods; all, therefore, are ;guaranteed
I don't handle cabbages as a specialty. .


Tho superior cxo3llei33of tin ealebratea Snow Drop" patent: Flour needs no comment; It Is used all through the State, and recognized as the King among Fine Flours." I handle
cheaper grades at low*r prices. Grits an 1 ant, are sold at a margin of 5 t per cent. net. Sugars and meats are handled on a margin that would send one "over the hills to the poorhouse,"
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..mantlsinstantaneou41Yt that Bro made upon ma by the Trade throughout the State. The time will come soon, I trust, and then I promise to the Trade a service so satisfactory lit
very respect that It will not be necessary to go beyond Jacksonville. Respectfully,


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, : : Tariff on Oranges, in Effect November 1 1 1886. .


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

Per I Per I Per I Per I Per
TO Per Car TO Per Car TO Per I Car t TO Per I Car I l. TO I Pet Car
BOL load Box. load .' load I 1 load, I Box. Load
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Augusta; Ga....._....._ 40 &7000 Cedar Rapids Ia.......... 1 33 ro 0: 00 Fort Scott, Kan............ 1 32Boa.: ,1,200 001 ;Logansport, Ind._......... 85Boz :}4Q 00': Jortsmouth: Ohlo..1 80 13030 00
Atlanta-Ga....._.......... 40 1000 Champaign iii............. 1 U 160 00 Gall10ni Ohio.....-......... 85 140001 ,Lincoln, Neb.. ...... 1 56 225 00; 1 Peoria, IlL....N.............!! 85 14000
AtchIson, Kan.............. 1 16 17500 Dalton Ga....._..... ...... 50 87 59 Is..Ohio............ 90 ,U50 COr !! Macon, Ga........._.N..I 3-5 61 25' I'ittsbarg Pa............. ... 1 ((19 16500Adrain
Mich............... 90 15000 Dayton 0...................... 80 130 00 Grand Rapids, Mlcb..... 90( !,0 00, 'Mobile, Ala................... SO 87 50, :quincy Iii._................... 1 26 17500
Ann Harbor Mich...... 90 ISO 00 Delaware, Ohio............ 8Q l30 00 1Henderson I Ky............. 70 I115 00' I Montgomery, Ala........ 40 70 00;, 50 S150
Alton, 111...._.........__. 85 14000 Defiance. Ohio............... 85 11000 'Hickman, Ky..N.... 10 al.; 00 Mansfield, Ohio........... tlO .lSO CO'' humeiua..1, 1 26 17500
Anniston, Ala............... 40 7000 Detroit. Mlch.............. 00 150 00 Indianapolis........ 94 .14250 IMasslllon,Ohio............ 1 06 147 50, ttnchester.- N. Y............' 121 17250
Birmingham, Ala_...... 40 1000 Danville, I11................. 85 14000 Jeffersonville, Ind...... 15 125 00 Mt. Ohio. ...... SO 130 00, 14andusky! Ohio............! 9050 00
Bloomington, Ill ......... 90 ISO 00 Davenport Ia. ........... 126 17500 Jacksonville IlL .. 110 )52 SO :Milwaukee'fenn..N._... 60 11.5: : 001! Ioux City, Iowa........ 1 67 225 00
Burungton Ia-............ 1 26 L5 00 Moiuenesowa............ I 17 tl 2 59' Joliet, 111......,......_;....; 85' HO 00 ....._ 1 18 !165 001 l prlngl1eld, III......_.....!! 1 10 152 SOBellevl1JJ
11................. 107 152< 50 Des ......... 1 4;} C 1211 50 Jefferson City, Mo....... 1 21 192 50 Madison, ;'130 00 St. Joseph Mo...............' 1 Id 175 00Bu1falo
Y .........-...... 1 09 165 00 Denver, Co 1................... 2 84 1360 00 Knoxville 'I'enn .......... 60 '10,1) UO 1\1 1 11S0 115 00: I t. Louis, 1'10.1( 85 14000
Bay City Mlch.............. 1 00 17000 Dixon, Ill_..................... 90 [150 00 Kenton, Ohio................ 80 ;100 00 !1adison In.. 1 2R '19) CO aginaw 1\Uch\ ......... ..I! 9t 60'00
Bristol, .J.enn......_....._ 78 100 00 Elyria, Ohio.................. 85 :1140 00 Kalamazoo, Mlch......! 00 15Q 00 Montreal, _...... 1 30 ;250 (Xli .IMprlngteldOhlo.1 80 130 00
Cleveland 0..._...... ...... 90 15000 Evansville, Ind............ 75 ,,125! 00 I Kansas Cit Mo..._...... 1 16 I ) 001! Nashville,Tenn............ 60 !l05 OOI! 18t. Paul Mlnn...............1' 117 17500
Cincinnati; Ohio.......... 70 11500 East"Saginaw, Mich..... 95 il60 00 !ILansingMhh................ 100 1,0001 New Orleans............ 00 110i; 00 ..IOleflOJ.0.1 I 90 150 00
CaIro; Iii...................... 75 125 00 East Mt.Louis, 111......... 8: 00 :LaCrosse, Wis............... I 17 !175 00 Newark Ohio............... 90 1150 00 (Terre .tlaute, Ind ......_ j 80 130 00
Columbus, Ky.............. 70 11500 Emporia, Kan._............ 1 5U ',232 m ,Lima, Ohlo......_..... ...... SO 00 'maha I Ueb................. l 16 17500, ;Toronto, Can................t I I 13 15500
Columbus, Ohio........... 80 130 00 1.Erie, Pa.................._...... 1 09 "165 00 Lafayette. Ind.......N NNN R5 140 00 'Ottawa, Can..... ............ 130 20 00 Topeka, Kan................ 140 20150
Columbus Ga .._......... 40 7000 Fort Wayne 8 14000 .Lancaster, Ohio............ 85 001 ''Oil Pa................... 1 09 165 (XI Urbana Ohio............... 60 130 00
Council BfutT, la......... I 41 21000 ...... 85 14000 ,Leavenwortn, Kan ...... 1 16 I14Q; OOj cu.Yj iii. ..................... 00 150 011 ''Wheeling, W.Va..........., 109 165 00
Chicago, 111._........... 110 15250 FreFremont, ioQ..NN....... 85 140 00 I LouisvilleKy_........._. 10 00, Yana Ill........................ 1 10 15251'1 ""Vlnnlpeg, :Man............ 224 3550Chattanooga
/ Tenn.... 50 87 50 Fort Dodge, IQwa......... 149 225 00 ,Little Rock, Ark......_... 1 W p165 001 Piqua Ohio................... 80 130 00 : ,I


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Jacksonville, Callahan, and Live Oak................................................................ ......................... 1 20 40 25 r",' '! 40 8I 1" 40 80:1 40 80 40 80 40 >W I'-I 40 foi()I,t 40 1-1-, 4. 90
Galnesville...... ....-....................................--....N-.N............................................... 25 50 30, bO ;: 45 9Ui' i 45 90 45 90 45, 90 451 6U 45! I 9411 I .j.'): 90 50'100)
Landings on St.. Johns river. .....................m............................................... ...........................1 30 60( 35 70.. 50 lOO'l'j, 0100 I SO 100 501 100 50 1 (0))': gp,100', .001) (X) 35 1 10
Stations on F. R. & N. Co. north of and including Ocala! ....................... ........ .............................. 45, 90 sot, CO;, i fo)130.j' 65) 13u1 65130, o'' liO: 651 13p i; fI; 1 :3O': 6)130 70'140
Stations on F; R.'& N.'Co. south of Ocala.- ................ .............................. 501 00 551 10, !! 70140(! 10 1 40 701' 140 701 I 140' 71) 140 70 I 40 751 50
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic It.R..N..N..N............................................... M I 1 I i! I'' .
Apopka, Wekiva, Orlando. ..........................-....................................................... ......... 40 I SO 45 I 90 60 1 20'',, 60 I I 20j 60 120' 00 120 60 f 120'W' ) I :!II,, I flH, 20 651'I 30
Ellsworth, Zellwood, Victoria, Lakevllle, McDonald......................................... ........................... 50100 551, 10( 70 1 40i!!' 70 1 401! 70 140': 70, 1 40 70, 1-io; 7ul IU;;; iOll' 40 751' 50
Landings on Lake Santa Fe ............................................................................................... 45) 90 !' 651!| 30'i I 65! 1 30'': 65 1 SO', 651 1 bO 65 1,1 j ; J 3tI! 6f'l 30 7011 40
Gulf points north Tampa....................-.............................................................. 55'1' 10 601120'I| I 75,1, S0i1; I IU5'l I 75 1 tOi I 75 i 160 1 to 751 1 yI) ;;.I :.iO.1:I 7.; ljO 80160
Gulf points south Tampa.................................._................................ ............ ........................... 751 SO 80'15U 60.j 90', 95 1 90, 95 190 t351, 1 ts I() I W {I.; 1 110:I 9511' 00 1 002! 00
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. .......................................................................................................... I I I I : I 951,1, I
Stations on Fla. So. Ry north of and including Ocala............_.......................... ................. ......... 45 90 1 oo!II 651! 80 65,1801 11'{ 65 1JO.: 65, 1 I 65 1 ::11: > !: r.; 10';; I 651 30 701!I 40
Stations 'on Fla. So. Ry. south of Ocala. ................'............................. .................. 501 00 55'1' 10 70'1' 40''!, 70 1 40( 70 140' 70 1 301' 70 1 .m' iO'1, 40 70'1 40,! 7511 50
Homeland Meade, C. H. Div........................................................................ 521 (04 571! 72,1, 41)) 7211 44! 721 1 411 1l11; 44I 72: 1 -11 : ;2,1, 4-1 721 41' 77'1 51
Bowling Green ................................... ............................. ...... 551 10 fcO 1 1-1'1-!: 75,,1 10!, 60 751 150 75! 1 151 1J+1 ;; I I 75'1' 30]' 01: 60
""auchulJ 7Ailo Springs, Charlie Apojka, ........................................................................ 60120 651' ,, 811'160,1' 8011&( 80 1 6U, SO' 1 80 1001 bO'16' 501{) G110; 1
Arcadia, Ft. Ogden, Nocatee ........................................................................ I 7011 I ,,I I I to'l I : I 80'160 I I I
Cleveland, Punta Gorda...... } .................................... ;................................. 65130 40 8)1' 70'' 85 1 85 I 70 e.)! 1 851 170' 85 lo( 8-110 00,1!, 80
Stations on South Florida Railroad. I I I (i 701 .J E 1" 1 '
From Belair to Belets, inclusive..N ................................................... .... .................................1. f5, 70 40 80 5511 10, 1 55I! 1 101 SS 1 101 55! 1 10 I 55 1 t 00oo ,1..1 i; wI, .H.. 1 10 i 60'1 j(), 20
From Longwood to Troy, Inclusive. ....... ...........N.. ................'................................... ......... 40.. 8lJ 45 9l60'1: 2U;, bpi 1 Oi 60 1 20 601(j(' 1 e.Ol 1 a)! bil 1l I .'())1, (oi 10 6T'1 30
From Davenport to Lakeland, Inclusive........ ...:.......;.......................... ....................................... 45, 90 501 OO h51 :SOi"" 65 i: 1301: ,I 6.) 1 30' (5. 1 "o {6;' 131))I j."t'l' ;{W 6,; 130: : 70140
From Plant City to Kathleen, Inclusive...... ................................................ .............................. 501 (0)) 5.5'1 10: : 701 ill ; 7011 401 70 140'1':I 70;, 140 '70'' 1 411 ;11 1444;: ;0 Ito'' 75'1 50
Tfunpaand>' Landings Manatee River.............................................................................. ......... 551 lUi I bO.l YE( 751 tU I i 75511 bli 75 15 75! 160 7\)1 1 5 I ;:;'1 W') ;; 1jl) 80'1 60C01
Stations on Sanford & Indian River R. R........._............... ....-..................... .............................. 1 : I I I, 7V I I
Ft. Reid, Onora, Silver Lake, llulledge, Lords............................................................................... 35 70. 40 sot.I 551 W'' SS I 1 10"" ).') 1 101 ..>.I I 110 55 I I' r>>1 I la}1 1 10 20
video' .............................................. ........................-.................................................. ...... 40 i ''1 45 931! 60'1' 20" fiI) 1 20'( 60 1 :x.) I 1 0 60, 1 10 I ) :)): I 00 1 20 r.,'1 :30
Landings on Lakes Eustis, Harris and Grlfiln.................................................................... ........ 551! ](Ol'l 601 2U) I 7511 to" 751;; 50 75 1 51)1'#, 601 I 50 7.:)' 1.01,, 61)11 m) : 7 5150 SO'l' 00
Stations on J.T. & K. .W.Ry.N.N..............................................-................N..N..N......., II I ". J I I 1 1'St.AugustineDivision II I
..............._........................................................................-........................ 33 38 7011; 51)1) ()(.I'!' 5i: 1 ( ) 53 1 001 531 J (0 53; 1N) 531100.I, 531 00 681 I 10
All stations between Jacksonville and Suniord........................................._................................ O 60J 3b ;JI))1 : 6,130') W 1 00, I rJj, 1 ) W 1 rn)) 1 m.l I.t' 50 1 (00 Si'11 10
Indian River Division.............................................................................................-.-.................N 45! ) t 501 out,! 651' toll :() I (6);) 1,0'' 60')1 1 ::101 b5 J.O:; i 65,1 :)1 1, 6., 1 :30j 70'l'! 10

CONNECTIONS.Double The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charges.
daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany,-Jesup and Savannah. The Carload is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 250( Standard Boxes. Excess of thIs
Daily fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior amount will be charged for pro rata. Carload shipments must be to one st'nation aDd
and Coast points, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia,'Baltimore, Washington and to one consignee.
Providence. Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipment
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savan- will be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and tte
nah Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless It be from negligence, and that such loss must attach solely to the
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridaj 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 In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for insertion In
Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
Sailing days of Steamships are subje,. : to change without notice. Single shipments to Western point will be charged at double rates.
-- No single shipment taken for lea than II to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Baltl-
INFORMAT "' OR' ',SHI 'PEBS. more. \shipped beyond' ,they will be charged in addition the single package rates. of cor-
netting lines and cost of transfer. .
To make through rate from u Itmlary to the*above add the rates of ,
points > ... connecting Stencils shipping receipt information nUhad on licationtoany: 01 the agen'*
line to above ratet.Th For furtherfnformatlon,.if needed,apply to gents of the-line*, or to
dim er lorn of the'Standard Bex lor .>Vegetables.... are 12rl2xS7 inches,and the weight. C. D. OWES 'VM. P. IIARDEE .
is estimated a' SO round- J : Traffic Manager Savannah Ga.. Oen'l "rel&h"AleDI.6aT r tb, G*. ,



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Nos.North Marketand>r> Clinton Sts., llovtoii, ill as*. : ,
REFERENCES: G. Hller, CtKhler Fanucll Hall National Ban, boston; Richardson t i
Barnard gents Boston and Savannah S. H.Co.,Savannah, Ga.; H. C. D'nton,Gainesville, I
Y1a.1.: oozier,Ocala, Kla.; A.C.Turner,Clear Water Harbor,"la.; A.Manville: ,Jacksonville -
Fla.. Forwarding & Commission House.
\v. N. .T USTICE ,

/; 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., Sumterville, Fla.; 'th..er :Procluce 31so.All .
.T.T. Woffbrd, Fort Mason, "la.' F. C. Austin Orange City, H la.: A. C. 'steen.Osteen, Fla.;
First National Bank, Camden N.V.; p. i I Ivde&Co., I hllndelphia; Ocean Steamship Co.,
(Phi la.Office.) Hon. A.Canale,Charleston,S. C.; A. H.Champion, Savannah,Ga. necessary facilities for handling Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Crop."
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Packages suitable tor shlpp'ng the above products both made up and In the flat always on
:E3en.ry :Bay-er 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. & W. RAII..IROADYHARF. ,

APPLES POTATOES, ONIONS Etc., Circulars and Stencils on application.IMPORTERS .
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215 Fast Bay,Charleston,S. C.
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G.vV' r JE-vV'E: ; Foreign and Domestic Fruit and Vegetables.Consignments .

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


Fruits, Potatoes, Apples, Beans, Butter and General Produce. No.170 Bay St., Savannah, Ga.

Having connection with Northern Commission Houses I can handle' Florida Oranges and
Fruits direct from shipping points. No tranFfe,ring. Best prices obtained. Orders and ECI: : : : iFL .A. IML .A. :JFI.: C> :FI. 51
consignments solicited
53 Welt Forayth Street,Jacksonville, Fla. Indian River Orange Depot
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Postoffice Box 173.
:L.: -vV' SE3EJFI.1\IL.A.rq: : c CO.
: c Consignments of Oranges, Poultry and Eggs: solicited. Orange Wraps,orders filled. 10x10
8c, llxll 10> c, 12x1212l4c. Guaranteed full count and uniform quality. '
General Commission MerchantsAND
Re'ers by permission to National Bank of the State, Bank of Jacksonville,and Tysen. ,
Smith &Co.
123 Clinton Street. Boston. :FLOUR DEALERS.
REFERENCES: A.H. Manville.Jacksonville; L. T*.Newsome, Crescent City: B. ".Whit-
ner, Fort Held; Rev. Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C. W. Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth National ---
Bank, Boston. Established! : 111 1774.p .

Produce: ,<::)0:t.n.rn.iss1.on.: : .

The undersigned having made arrangements with the large Comn fission house of Mr.ELB. nhiscg' :; Patapsco} Mill A, Ellicott City Md. ") Dally
Woodward No.174 Chan bers btreet, New York, (Established 1838: ,) takes great pleasure in and \
offering all kinds of Produce,such as .owns operates { Patapsco Mill B'; Baltimore Md. Capacity

Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage, Cheese, Butter, Etc., ttis fo l walls? (.Fntapsco) Mill C, Orange Grove, Md. J Barrels.2200

at the very lowest possible. cash prices. Otter Skins: purchased at highest prices for cash.
Nothing but the choicest goods sold. Consignments of Oranges, Vegetables, etc.,
also solicited for the above named house. Orders by mall receive prompt attention. The value of flour depends on the proportionate quantity of gluten,sugar and phosphateof
Respectfully yours, 1SAKL.O\V A: CO 30 West Bay Ht., Jacksonville, Fla. lime. Maryland and Virginia Wheat, from which our ,

1G Years Established.

manufactured, is unequalled for the purity and superior quality of Its nutritious prop-
G. IE; :P..A. J:... 1\1.[ EJ :FI. erties. We make -

Comm1ss1Oii: : : : 1\I.erc1J..an.'t.: Patahco: Superlative, North Point Family,

166 Reade Street, | FOR TilE SALE I NEW You K. and other brands.
fruits and Produce, Also Hides, Furs, Honey, Etc. Florida Oranges a I' L
References-Banking houses and principal shipp-rs throughout the State. M'nd for Stencil
and Market quotations. Trl-weekly quotations bY telegraph to Times-Unian: during 32 Commerce Street,Baltimore,Md.

shipping-reason. Represented by Mr.JAS BURST,Jacksonville, Fla. .



: Always Ready! Always Reliable and Perfectly Healthful.
TYSEN SMITH & CO. Dyspeptics and persons who cannot eat Buckwheat Cakes made by the old process with
yeast can use the Self Raising Buckwheat without detriment.
12 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
__ H___ DIRECTIONS. : To 3 pounds of

GEO. R. FOSTEIJ. JAS.A. MARVIN. LAWRENCE:HAYNES. Hccker'g Self-Raising Buckwheat

ao'd five pints Cold water or milk,or part each,and bake immediately. Keep the batter In
GEO. R. FOSTER & Co. a cool place If not wanted for immediate use. This wilt produce seventy light and delicious
cakes,preferred by many.to those made with yeast.
Sold, All Grocers.

VIRGINIA: SPRUCE PINE ORANGE*. Box, 176 Bay Street,Savannah,Ga,

The neatest,most durable and cheapest box in the market. A full stock of


..- Always on hand at lowest prices. State Depot for_ DR. H. KNIGHT: Proprietor.
Belleview Is In the highlands of Marion county,on the F.R.&N. Railroad miles south
;LISTER BROS' CELEBRATED FERTILIZERS. Ocala.. Its elevation and distance from rivers and swamps ensures a dry atmosphere and
,p freedom from fops. Table flrst-clas Northern cooks. All the Florida fruits and vegetables
In their season. This place la especially commended to those of the Invalid class
,and others
', ,-_. Cotton Seed Meal and Canada Unleached Ashes at bottom prices.
who desire all the comforts of a Northern home. Skillful medical attention when needed.
No.SO"West Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Terms on application.
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general line of fruit trees adapted to Florida,including the largest stock of Peach
Trees to be found in the State, Peen-To and Honey Peaches a specialty,
also several other choice varieties of peaches. My stock of Kelsey s Japan: Plum Tree

consists of 5,000 or upward,all home grown,and buds taken from bearing trees on my place. Budded Orange and Lemon Trees .
1500 PIcholine Olive Trees ((2 to 6 ft. high), 50,000 Orange Trees ((3 to 4 yrs. old). ,

A full supply of LeConte,Keiffer 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.

Chestnuts, Grapes,Raspberries,Blackberries,etc. '
Trees Strong and Well Rooted and Especially Adapted to South
An ezamiatlon of stock solicited. Catalogues free on application to
G. L. TAMER, Florida.An .

Glen St.:Mary,Fla.
Inspection is invited. All inquiries by mall promptly answered- Catalogues sent free
on application.


Bay View, HIMsborough Co., FJa.
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A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter planting.

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

Send for Catalogue. OAKLAND, MilANfiK 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.

lad Valrico Nurseries E. CIIAMPLIN,
t Oakland,Orange Co.,Fla.
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ii ': *J';' .. Catalogue Free. p, ONE MILLION FRUIT TREES !III! !

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ood W. G. TOUSEY
**JU ": "f. 2 1.000,000 Apple, Peach. Plum, Pear, Quince, Fig and Mulberry Trees. Also a large stock of "
g Seffher, Hillsborough/ Co., Fla. Peach Seedlings,suitable tor crafting 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


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Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.

line of Harden and Field Seeds 1886 growth. Seed Rye, Oats, Barley,Johnson Grass, :F'ru..it1an.: -u.rseries
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 AUUU.-STA, GA.
tale. Catalogue sent free on application. s. L. TIIXBIT'IS, The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, tpecially adapted to Florida} Is doubtless the
Seedsman and Florist.I most varied in the United states. A special catalogue (No.J) is published for this branch
of our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as Pteri-To,
Honey and other Chinese Peaches,oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons, Eryobotbryas Grape
Vines, etc.. we have a very large stock of Kelsey's:: and new Japan llmus, Japan
LAKE GEORGE NURSERIES Chestnut Melon Shrubs and other new fruits. Also all the new Hoses of merit, Palms
Acacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees, Flowering shrubs etc. Cataloguessent
free to all No. 1. Hardy fruit trees, Hoses, Evergreens. No.2. Greenhouse
NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY, plants. No.3. Wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamentaltrees
suited to Florida.
., With descriptions of P.J. Berkmans, Proprietor.

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Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc; etc. FIGS OF COMMERCE ,

Selected from the best orchards in the great fig regions of the Old.World, comprising the
Together with full descriptions of all the very cream of table and drying figs. T. e most profitable fruit in the work Easily grown
and prepared for market. No disease. No insects. The coming boom for Florida. Now is
CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREESAlso the time to start in a business that is bound to pay and fortunes can be made at It. We are
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
Price List. Send for Catalogue ton:3srs SmirrruOnethod: of curing and packing,with description and price of the following' varieties:
White Trogan,White Adriatic,San Giovanni,Sin Peitro,Red Lard re, Paradiso. English,Wal-
.w- W. ILE3.W :: sc SON: :!?rops., nuts,all best sorts. filberts, tlhestnuls.: etc.,tine trees at low rates LICHEES,most deliciousof
fruits from India,should be grown by all. Immense! variety of tropical fruits, East Indian
LAKE GEORGE, FLORIDA. Janl '85 fruits,grafted Mangoes,Indian. Bananas, Bread Fruits, Mangosteen,Durian, Lichees,etc.
Special rates to the trade. Local agents wanted. "trCT
Swan wick,Perry Co., Illinois.
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s -o- The Lakeland Nursery Company.

from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. Peen To and Honey Peaches, Keifler and LeHonte Pears, Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line Persimmons, Loquats Figs, Grapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba-
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, nanas.
Tropical Potted Fruit Trees a Specialty.Price .
AARON. WARR -oorgotowri Fla
y y List free on application. E. H. TISON, :\Ianafert.;
'May 18 83 tf
Lakeland.Polk Co.,rota.
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Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans and .A.JSTJEl.E: : ]W :IIA.NLEY: : : ,

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc.

Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. PAINT AND OIL STORE

F. S. CONE, Manager, DEALER IN ,

CRESCENT CITY, FLA. Railroad Steamboat and Mill Supplies, Pure White Lead, Zinc and Colors, Glass, Putty,
. Varnishes, Brushes, Plain and Decorative Wall Paper,Doors,Sashes,Blinds, etc.
Mixed Paints, all Shades and Colors-write for estimate. Locks, Sash- .,
FRUIT TREES VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED Weights,Cord, Hinges, Screws,etc. Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement.
Cor.Whitaker, President and York Streets, - SAVANNAH, GA.NERIDAN'S .

Tb.e: ran.ge: an.cl. J.eJn.OD.: : : : CONDITION ii

In variety,other Citrus Friuts, LeConte and Keifler Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persim-
mons, Figs, Guavas,Grapes,etc. POWDER vI LA E

PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY.A. highly absolutely concentrated.pure and _
1 ounce ia worth a It.of .
any; other kind. It strictly medicine tobe given with food. Nothing on earth will make henalayUkeIt.
H. MANVILLE & CO., It cures chicken cholera and all C.c'1lM'1 of hens. Is worth its weight; in gold. Illustrated book by
mail free. Sold everywhere; or sent mail for 25 cents in stampid JDKU8ONairtight tin cans, fill
.: DRATTOX Ia1..uiDJ Putnam County,Fla., Ott( LAKKULKD, Polk County,Fla. hy mail,'UO Six cans by express p. ,for$5.00.. DR. I. a ,MM.

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For Sale-Grove and Nursery.Forty 1i i Nichols Rockwell & Co. *

acres choice land wl'h grove of 1,000 ,
If you want Kelsey Japan Plum, Eureka trees three to six years old, with GO.OuO trans
Peen To Peach Honey Peach,Japan Vend! in- planted orange te'dlings: two and three years
monPine'AppleOrange,one hundred thous- old, a few thousand budded with choice va- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
and Sweet Seedlings and Florida ra'ted rieties,in fine tondition, and will make a liv-

Nursery Stock In general, send for price list, ing and fortunA to Tome one. Also a very Hardware Stoves House Furnishing Goods Grates. Mantels Paints
etc., to tine old grove of 250 bearing orange trees, li( ,
. A. CALLAHAN, years old. in the centre of the beautiful and 'I'
Oils Guns Ammunition
growing town of Ft. Meade. For particulars Saddlery, Etc.
Melrose,West Clay Co., Fla. address GROVE AND NDKSEIIY, I .

P. O. Bo- 61, Ft. Meade, Fla. !,

;( CALIFORNIAa Parties in Town or Out
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Fall Offer for.30 DU8.BEST II I
Special Ii i will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any goods they may needin
#A JUulrl1tcd.l ,descriptive and priced A our line.
V., crab ) C.ii'L'ALUtUEladpages.containingvaluable V, i
Prices Lover than Ever.
Informationfor m Price per lb. :Sctt;. SoJ.50 per bushel.

FnntihmailedFR.LEtoafapplfcants.linrilener.. Fanner, and By mall,additional, IGcts. per lb. I 52 West Bay Street. Jacksonville; Fla.

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LLI E.J. BOWEN, Seed Merchant, C (See List Specialties.) I GEORGE L. McCONIHE ,

.815-817 SatiMuiie" St., Paspalum!! Ovnium and
Araclmifera, DEALER IN

Texas HInc Grab", Sash Doors and Blinds I i .t

CALIFORNIAEveryl.ivatcr 12 roots,25 cents. 100 roots, $2.00. ,

Package of seed, 2octs. All by mall, postpaid. PAINTS OILS BUILDING MATERIAL
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.*onlii tiiould hive in the. Diospyros Kaki, the Japan Persimmon,

uisrsSOUTHERN copy.i our .U nun I 11 which are now en route and expected to arrive i

of containing useful information.: 17U p"Kej here on or about the 20th of November. Cutlery, Stoves Tinware, Agricultural Implements, Carpenters' Tools, :, Steel, Rope
Free on application. Purchasers cn select which varieties they Belting, Etc.
Address ttOH"KT choose out of 1 he following: kinds, which correspond I
ALMANAC IIUI T, Jr., Phila. to the various arbitrary names given Sole Agent :for Florida :for
0 P,,. S.,./orw.-Ron.. by foreign dealers in the United States.
For 1S87. dale and \\'att'rJ"rd. I Orange Lightning Powder Galvanized Four-Point Steel Barb Fence Wire, Galvanized Barb-
-- -- --- TftHemtM'li. The Seedless variety, the best.Imp Steel- Twisted Ribbon Wire, Spring-Tooth: Cultivators, Acme Harrow and Orange Grove
/ h 11'". Large variety, excellent for slorAmoul 'I Cultivators, Queen ol the Garden Hand Cultivator, Southern (St. Louis) Pure White Lead,
Royal' Palm Nurseries, Masury's R. R. Colors and Liquid Paints, Fairbanks' Standard Scales.
/ or Ynnon. Large variety, excellent. I
MANATEE, FLA. llyuknntf. Vrry large, globular and sweet.
Jfyritdj/nru. Long hutted, used for dried LOOT I..C> C> i. !
In ddition to a full line of general nursery fruit. _
stock adapted to the climate of Florida, we Zany The smallest and earliest variety. ;

are const mtly receiving seeds and plants ffnrokumo. Early,large, globular. I THE SOUTH FLORIDA FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
from all over the tropical and subtropicalworld Goshoimtrii. Early, large globular. ,

many of which are introduced for the drafted tree, $2 dozen $15 100.
first time Into the United Stales. per per ORLANDO, FLA., .
Don't delay sending in order. 'I
We can only mention a lew of the rare can be forwarded by themselves your They Will make your Store: Fronts and Architectural Castings. Build or Repair your Machineryand
or together
and trees for the fall ol and Mill Supplies. Guaranteeing
plants we catalogue with other stock. I sell you Machinery you as satisfactory work and
I prices as you can ,get in more Northen cities. Mention this paper when writing for esti
The New JTIariamia float I
Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose mates. ____ _..
Apples,Star-ApplesSuer-Apples,Cherimoyas, of which I have a Dlc' R'ock' of my own raising -! -- --- -- ---- n- -- -
Sour. s, Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish ,and offer trees one year old bushy, about I
Limes,' Tamarinds, Otabeite Gooseberries, 134 feet high, for 25cts.; dozen, Si50; 100,$15. NURSERIES, SEEDS, ETC. HARDWARE, ETC.Farmers' .

Maumee Sapotas, Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap- AltNOLD PUETZ, .
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ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias, Acacias, Albizzias Duval Co. Greenland, Fla. I '
A bang,Fhar less, at $150
and Cassias In Strawberries Wagons and Carts.If
variety, Jatrophas, Fourcrayas, -- --- -- &: Chas. Downing per m. .
Yuccas,Agaves, Dasylinons, Plumerias, Palmsin
Globe Peach, and Erie
( variety) Caesalpinias and Poincianas, many FAIRVIEW NURSERIES 'Price List FREE. _BLACKBERRY__ __ ,_
kinds of fpomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas, and rare you want a flrst-class Wagon or Cart
SAMUEL C. DECou, Cheap for Cash, call on
greenhouse East
plants Antigonons,
; Bamboos ..
Moorestown, Bur ington Co., N.J. .
Indian Pines and forest
Musa Ensete; Cyphomandra betaceathe __ .
( Tomato tree" of Jamaica)); the "Melon Jacksonville Fla.
Shrub" and White. Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses Manager, Oranges and Lemons Office, H. Berlack's Store, East Bay Street.

and. all sorts of shrubbery in variety. Farm Wagons from. _, ., $35.00 to$12.00
Red Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready, San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida. I Carts and Drays from ,,,, .,,$>.5.00 to$28.00

12.00 per hundred, 115. New in October.
catalogue ready I' made. Would be pleased to correspond with Hussey's New Steel Coulter Harrow.
AddressREASONER parties desiring to ship here.
BROS., Tb...Tt ih art m u>fej iv Also sole maker of Hmwy'i!
Box 10, Manatee,Fla. The best varieties of the Orange and Lemon Summers UlorrUoii A Co., .f.tprinK '.mp.r.d .tee!CV*** \Steel i.Hard Metal" Plow.
and other Citrus Fruits. I' .,. .harp. ..ty lifhtCentennial Hone lloe.oke.
-------- 174 South Water St., Chicago. n>n .dar.hl.,.ndch..p.AddTMl, T. B. HUSSEY.

Choice varieties of the Fig, ol recent introduction I Refer to Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago N. Berwick Me.

Tested ; ; J. V. Farwell & Co., Chicago. "

Sibley's seedS __ __ Ud _._ .___ __ __ .
TheCattley Guava, both the Red and Yel-

i low. 1 Strawberry .and Blackberry Plants --+ _. -

The Peach and Pear of the sorts beat adaptedto t Send for mUle.
trated and .
Catalogue pric* frt
To Market Gardeners and Truck the soil and climate of Florida. I AND --&w- .

Grape Vines by Bail, Postpaid, -
Farmers. of Florida. The Japan Plum, varieties of the Mulberry, I To i introduce them
Hart's Choice Iat lowest possible prices and safe' arrival ABIC OFFER
: Bananas,Grapes, Pecans, etc.: < guar- will GIVE
Send for our Catalogue and Price List of Gar-
anteed. Large orders by express or freight %
AWAY 1,000 Self Operating Washing Ma
den, Field and Flower Seeds.H. tfg-Cdtaloguo: free on application. at expense of purchaser. For price )lISt, address chines. If you want one send us your name.
("... Denton Esq., the well known planterand P. O. and express office at once. TIlE NATIONAL -
Revenue Collector of .l Macho Co., send REFERENCES-Crosby&Gowen.San Mateo; j W C. STEELE Co.,23 Dey St., N. Y.GRIND.
us the following unsolicited eudors inuntof lion. -eY.. Lyle, San Mateo; W.. J. Webb, I I Switzerland, St.Johns Co., Fla.

our stocks: Your Early Dwarf Flat Dutch Palatka. 1----. --- -- ---- --.---- ----- -
---- -
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Cabbage has gl,'en perfect satisfaction, and 1I I MoCartney Hedge Rose Plants for Sale. -4 k'.iiI I lions UIt n\\1'4 lent,
you are well able" to control the seed market -- ORIENTAL FRUITS tl MterShells,
In thin section. i This Rose makes a handsome and perfectly Graham Flour Corn.in the
Above catalogue, together with our complete : r fi LeConte and Kieffer Pears on their { impassable fence; said to last an hundred -, rUAMn Mil I (F.Wibon'M
list of Farm and Garden Implements, ,r* own roots; Bartlett and other Pearson I i Plants can be set until February, not $ Patent).
mailed free to all applicants. Address ; 1?(; LeConte roots; Prunug Simoni and ,j years.later. __ '** 100 per rent more madein
i keeping Poultry. AlsoI'O.ERMiII.Mand
III HAITI SIBLEY A:; CO.Rochester C. Japanese: Plums Peen To& Hone* Address, M.O'NKiLi., FAlt.H FEEl>)> .\1 I LI.i't.Circulal'8andteHtf"jnials
N.'Y. EJ '-- Peaches; Russian Apricots. A I Fairbanks, Fla. bent on I1PIication'lf! SO U.tOton.p..
large and general assortment of Fruit
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-- -
Trees. Catalogue with facts Free.

Address HaBUrille W.2ionrrle F.. HEIKES. HuntSVille I Manager,Ala. I FLORIDA NURSERY, .( LABEL
Nurseries of Lako Woir Go.
o 1I I 1-- -1887- ---- --- -- ----- I 1886-7' i; i. OEHZI3Daua's : ,I :

II We make specialties of LeConte and Kelfler
100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are ate
Pear Trees, Peen-To and Honey Peach Trees
Metallic Ear: :Marking; Label,stampedto
perfect Items of art to hang on the wall and
and Persimmons. Also all other
trees thrifty, three and four tell Japan order with name, or name and address and num
are very always handy to the day of week, month
year old stock,%to IK! Inch diameter, with 0"year. nursery stock, including Apples and Pearson : her It id reliable, cheap and convenient. Sells at
LeConte at bottom for
prices the
one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible Too costly to give away, I will mall one to Write for :, sight and gives perfect atl raction. Illustrated
coming season. new catalogue, lYlcp-LIst
and sample free. Agents wanted.
to Florida Southern Railroad Bend for
: anybody sending me a nickel to help pay advertising -
Catalogues. Address Just issued, to PULESTON &; Uo., C. II. DANA, West Lebanon, N. D.I .
etc. You
I. postage need one and I Proprietors Fla. Nursery,Monticello,Fla. t
E. B. FOSTER, Manager I should send goon before all are gone.
dec21-ly South Lake Weir, Fla. i JAMES HASLEY. I
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i Peed Grower, Madison, Ark. i 100 Album Verses; I ALBERT
FOR SALE. i II I, LeConte GIVEN I AWAY. *Marriage* funny Love semes and, 1 ST. NICHOLAS, LS'

10,000 SOUR ORANGE TREES, FOIL i Nursery. Fortune Teller,2"Rurius" Love-letters, 12 Interesting I AGENT FOB

BUDDING, ,. P The Games, 2 Beau Catchers, 1 Magic GEO. iV. nAl EIUS
r largest Age Tablet, the Language of Flowers, and
From X to 1% inches In diameter; price from F 0 11TE grower 200 samples of New Goods that will fill your ROTTED BONE MANURE
{ N of these pockets with Gold. ALL SENT FREE foi Decomposed with Potash.
So to $15
per 100 Pears I only 13c. to help pay postage, etc UNION Price$25 per ton,free on board in Jacksonville
.' '. according to size and quantity taken. 1nfar from i SUPPLY AGENCY, Box 322, Philad'a, Pa.I Samples of 16 different grades of Fertllzer,
Address Cuttings I JfS-Thls is the Biggest Offer ever made bye.. put up by Mr. Baker, can be seen at the German -
FRANK ERBLAND, Manager i buy no other ana avoid Blight. Catalogues I Reliable Firm and all our readers should take'I| Drug Store, 19 E. Bay St.Jacksonville.Send t
Waldo, Fla... ( free. W. W. THOMPSON,Smlthville, Ga. 1 advantage of it AT O..VCE-Ed. 2-cent stamp for catalogue ,

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804: THE FLORIDA DTSPATCfl.NOVEMBER: [ 15, 1886., :,:

SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND Lakeland Branch-Daily except Sunday

fooutb Bound. North Bound.
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(Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER Pas Pas.1 $ -Y------ j jPas.Pas.i&frtfrt| -- -
eNaeMeax mre a! WEDNESDAY, August, 1886, 5 a m,Trains I Afrt Afrtlr-,! : I i I I STATIONS. !, GUNS' colt's, Parker's, Colt'.,
will leave and arrive as follows: 11. 13. Si i i 'I,14. I i 12. Greener, Purdy, Lang, Smith,
I .11 Forehand & Wadsworth, Hollis,
---1-- 1-- Richards and all makes.
IIAILWAY 8.25' 8.10 0Lv..I!! akeland .Ar 7.201 !.4U $1O Up.

WAYCROSS SHORT LINE J.o I .....:. a5. 8.48 8.32 8iLv.Haskell..Lv. 6.581! 7.18 Now In stock a lot of Secondhand Breech-
I Q bc-j) -_ .&0. =.. i's 9.(>> 8.50 I4Ar., . Bartow . Lv:, 6.40( 7.00 ceding 1 Guns some of highest grade. Bar-
s:: = 0 0..0 .c: gains which will soon be taaen up.
All Trains of this Road are Run by Central ((90th) STATIONS. i C Z 0z aZ Sanford and Indian IIlver Send stamp for illustrated circulars and .
Meridian Time, which Is 33 Minutes Slower = Z g Z nailrond.1 second-hand list. WM. :HEAD & SONS,
than Jacksonville Time. tio; L W < Q W Dally except Sunday. I. Wat-hliifton St., :Boston, Mass.
South; Bound. North Bound. Cut this out. Sure! !
TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. Leave- --1--i ;; AM Read Dowd. Read Up.

Passenger Trains will leave and arrive dally, R. R. Wharf ...- ?......1.-..1.SanCord. ........ .?...? Pas..--'-:--- P 8.1| t
as follows: ....... 0 8 OOiI 2-5 4 40 7 00 i i.Belalr. :" &"'t I STATIONS. No.i :""' A.N.DOBBINS& BRO.
NEW ORLEANS ......... 3 8u3 4 33 4 501 715 23. I 24.1 i i i ia.m'p.ml i iI
EXPRESS. Crystal L'ke 4 ........ ....._ 4 5i'Bents. ......_ -- ;
Leave Jacksonville daily at........._.? 7:35am ....._.. 5 8 ......? 4 57 ..... .. I! a.mlp.m-' .
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at......... 7:3u a m 'Longwood. 10 8 13.. 4 43 5 08 7 505Altamonte" 011.00 6.8Ollv......_Sanford..........ar 7.40i 1.5017! ( ;, \
.Leave Callahan daily at_.?_............. 8:18 a m 12 8 4 48 515 S 15 311.18 6.45 ........*Fort Reed........ 7.201;: .0i 14
Arrive at Waycross daily at?..............lO5] a ra Mayo...._ 14 8 35 4 51 5 22 8 ;....... ...Rutledge......... 7.131 1 2.1012
Arrive Brunswick via B.& N. R. R... 1:50 p m Ma1tland..... IS 8 40 4 53 532 9 00 6111.3816.57( !,..............*Lord.... .... 7.08!: 2.28ill;
Arrive at Thomasville daily aU-.?... 1:37: p m Winter Park 18 8 53: 159 540 920Wilcox. 12111.50"!" 7.18 .........."*Clifton............ C.501)(}' 2.3: J 5
Arrive at Bainbridge dally at........... 3:35: p m ...... 20 ........ ......" 5 49 ....." 1 :11.55, 7.23, TuskawlIla.. 6.4-J:, 2.42 4 ,
Arrive at Chattahoochee dally at...... 4:04 p m Orlando.......I 221, 908, 510 600 10 20'Gatlln '" 12.10'' 7.3'ilAr..Ovldeo..lv' | 6.-m: 3.0' 0
, Arrive at Pensacola via L. &; N.R.1L.10:10 p m ...... .. ". --------------- -- I
Arrive at Mobile via L.&;N.R.R-...... 2:30 a m 'Jessamine. ;1! ) 5! 5"is 610 10 32'Pine *Flag Stations. No. and 6 Dally. Trains II I
Arrive atNew Orleans via L.&N.R.R 7:20 a m Castle 279 ] .... 615 ........ No. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8 Daily except Sunday. I I 'I Ia I II
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville .Blg Cypress 30)\), 9 2'R1"51 6 22McKinnon. ......" Train No. 6 stops at Kisslmm'ee for breakfast. I i y '
and New Orleans, via Pensacola, and 9 3.' 5 37 6 35 11 10 Trains No. 19 and 20 Daily. Trains No.21 and I II
Mobile. Kissimmee.. 401 9 501 6 08 6 5.5 1159Capmbells. 22 Dally except :Sunday. I, Qw
FAST MAIL. 44110 001.... M 7 05 ......" Trains Nos. 3 and 6 stop only at Orlando, 1 i r
Leave Jacksonville dally at............_ 2:00 p m -LakeLoche 5210 20 6 ail 7 251 I ::12 40 Kissimmee, Davenport, Bartow Junction, ii i Gun
Arrive at Jacksonville daily aU...._.12KX) m Davenport 5710 30 615! 7 3.)1 I 100HainesCity Lakeland, Plant City and Auburndale on Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters,

Leave Callahan dally at._.................. 2:45 p m 6110 40''"... 7 451 I 115 Signal.
Leave Chattahoochee at.....................11:30 am Bartow J'ncl 6810 55 7 071: 8 10 I ', 2 t IIi 5 Connects: at Sanford with Sanford and Indian 44 W. Forsyth St., Op. St. Johns Hotel.
Leave Thomasville at........................ 1:40: p m Auburndalel 72'1105: 7 14P.M.\! '\ I 220Fitzhughs" River Railroad for Ovideo and Line on
Arrive at Waycross dally at.............M 4:40 p m : 77'11' 13 1 I 255 Lake Jessup; with the People's and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
Arrive at Jesup daily at....._.............. 6:15: p m Lakeland.....! BJlll: 28 735 ......" I 3 45 DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamers< .
.I .. .. for Jacksonville and all intermediate pointson Gunsmithlng done in all its branches.
Arrive Brunswick via E.'T. V. &; G... 8:35 p m Plant City.. 9311.48 7 55 30
Arrive at Savannah daily at............... 7:58 p m Cork.1 98h11 58 ....._1........ !I ......" St. Johns River, and with Steamers for Indian
Sef .... ..1103'1210' 8 15 .... !, River and Upper St.Johns. I IRON SAFE WORK
Arrive at Charleston daily at........... 1:25: a m ner ] 510Mango..jI05112
Arrive at Washington,D.C.,dally atll:00 p m 16 8 20 ........ J i 5 20'Orient. At Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myers Special rates on Stencil Cutting, by mail
AJT ve Baltimore.............................12:35 a m ......... 10912;! 2) ......... .."... :......_ and Bassinger,and points on Kisslmmee river. ,.1.1f
Arrive Philadelphia....?...........?...?._ 3:45 a m Ar Tampa.115'J2! 4J( 845..1. 55 Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern
New York PM PM I P MNORTH Railway for all points East and West, -- ------ -- --- ---
Arrive at dally at._ ...._.. 6:50: a m Northi
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson- I and at Bartow with Southern
ville and New York. ---- Railway for Fort Meade and points South. i EDUCATIONAL.
EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. Connects at Tampa with steamer, "Marga i
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Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 4:30: p m nOUND.J.o. ret" for Palma Sola, Braidentown, Palmetto
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at...?......ll:30 a m !lid.. Manatee and all points on Hillsborongh andTampa PRIVATE SCHOOL
Leave Callahan daily at.....................> 5:14 p m Q) CIS. .. ,,ocA Bays. ,
Arrive at Callahan..........?.......?.......10:46 a m 000 .o mo a.0 C Also with elegant new Steamship "Mascotte" Primary, Preparatory and Academic Depart
Leave Waycross................................... 7:30; p m STATIONS. .m wz Oz 4z. ;Z of the Plant Steamship Co., for Key ments.
Arrive at Waycross dally at.............. 8:25 a m a () iC4 West and Havana, with steamers lor Cedar
Co) M 5::: MISS S. P. FCEYIINO, A. B. a graduate o;
Leave Gainesville dally at..........._.... 3:50: p m ti l C w a Keys and Mail Steamers for Key West. Cornell University having hud,
Leave at Lake City_..........._. ......?.? 3:45 p m - Passengers for Havana can leave Sanfordon in some.t of the best schools many In years'experience th,
Leave Live Oak dally at..................... 7:10 p m LeaveP'M AM AM: Express Train at 4.35; p. m. Monday and States of New York and Ohio assisted
by au
Leave Thomasville daily at--l1:15 p m Tampa........ 0 135 ....._ 515 5 40 Thursday. connecting same evening with able of teachers offers to, the
Arrive at Albany dally at.................. 1:30: a m rlen 1......... 6 1 18 ......? ....... ...... steati Brat Tampa.Applications corps for,thorough ducatlon.public su
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 8:00: a m Mango......... 10 1 :55; ........ 5 3.5. 6 15 for Passports cn: be made per Boarding or advantages in of
Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R.......... 2:10: p m Sel1ner_....? 12 2 00 ..._.? 5 40 625CorJr. through any Notary Public and such applications [ Department Nor further charge an accomplished .
Arrive New Orleans ia L. &N. R.R. 7:30 p m ......_. 17 210..."... ... .. "...?. when vised by Spanish Consul at Key of lady. at 59 East Monroe particulars Street.inquire
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R.... 7:10: a m Plant City." 22 2.O ........ 6 00 720 West will answer the purpose ot Passport.
Arrive Louisville via L. &; N. R. R...? 2:25 a m Lakeland.... 32 2 4i: ......? 6 20 8 20 Through Tickets sold at all regular station
Arrive-Cincinnati via L. &; N. R. R... 6:35: a m .Fitzhughs:". 381 3 55 "...... 6 30 8 45 points North, East ant: West.FREDERC. --

Arrive St.Louis................................?.. 7:40 a m Aubnrndale 3 l,5 AM 6.803 9 00 H. RAND, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville Bartow J'nc 47 317 5 55 .6 45 9 35HainesClty Geu'l Ticket Agent

and St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, 54 oJ-I) 6 os ........ 10 02
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Montgomery and Nashville.JACKSONVILLE Davenport... 58 3 40 6 20 7 05 10 30LakeLoche
EXPRESS. 63 3 501 6 30 7 15 10 50.CampbellJ. The Largest and Most Complete Estab- I

Leave Jacksonville.............................. 9:30: p m : 71 4 10 6 ....." ......" lishment South. 'kNAIE
Arrive Jacksonville.........................._ 8:05 a m Kissimmee.. 75 4 2J: 7 05. 8 (05); 1210'McKinnon
Leave Callahan.................................10:20 p m 8)1) 35 717 815 1230
Arrive Waycross.................................12:35: a m .BIg l'ypress 8s1 4 .51' 7 27 8 25 12 50
Arrive Albany via B. k W. R. R........ 5:30 a m .Plne agUe 881 of 521 73-11..1. ..... PIANOFORTES.UNEQUALLED
Arrive Macon via Central R. R......_. 9:40 a m *Jes5s lnine89455 1 37\\ 8 32: I I.105Gatlln. .
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R....... 1:35 p m ......." 90..... .. ..t..1 .. 1 t' IN

Arrive Jesup".....??.............................. 2:15am Orlando..?... 93 512 I 1 50.Wl1cox. Tone Touch \ and]
Arrive Brunswick via E.T. V. & G... 6:00: a m ....... 95 ......-: 753'-.1 I. ... ), Workmanship, Durability
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. &; G. R. R. 8:30: a m Winter P'rk 97 5 2')1 215Maitland WILLIAM KNABE & CO.
Arrive Atlanta via. E. T.V. A G.R.R.12KJ5 m .....11001! !, 5 :321*1 I 2 3Q !I: Nos. 204 and 206 West Baltimore Street,Baltimore.
Arrive Cincinnati via C. 8. R. R....._ 6:50 a m Mayo ....._..,,101 5 810 9UIJ 2 45 I No. 112 Fifth Avenue New York.
Altamonte_ 5 411: 815 {9} 04, .1 2 58Longwood.
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir $
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Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon and ...!105 547 82b 9 ()9) 3 20'Bents 1 H
via Waycross, Jesup and Macon between; ,....._..:110 556 8 31........ ........
Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also; .Cr'staL'ketll1 ......" 8 ,......"
Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and .Belair..1l2 6 00 8.1 11..1; :3 45
Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville Sanford........115 6 101! 8 501 9 30, 4 CO i Mason G Hamlin
and Cincinnati via Jesup.SAVANNAH Ar.R.'Vharf PM A AM P M

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Leave Jacksonville.............................. 9:30: p m IIranch.-S.F. R.R.
Pemberton Ferry
Arrive Jacksonville......................... 8:05: a m : PIANOS:
Leave Callahan. ........?.....................10:20 p m Geo. S. Hacker & Son Highest Hon. New mode ofStringing
Arrive Callahan.............................. 7.-05 a m South Bound North Bound. on at all Great s' Do
Leave Gainesville at........................... 3:50: p m Head Down. Read Up. MANUFACTURE OF World's Exhl- quarter lIotreqllUcone.b asmuchtuniigts-
b i
Arrive Gainesville. ............................. 9:35: a m 1m F'st Pas F'st J; t.II eilthteenyean.11 o n s
Leave Lake City.......?.........?.......??. 3:15' p m M'L Ft. 1\1'1 Ex. One hundred Pianos *n the
Arrive Lake City....................?..........10:00 a m : 21. STATIONS. 20.2 Z. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOULDINGAnd Styles. $n. to prevaUtnK
Leave Live Oak at.......................?.... 7:10 p m 19. ,-- $900.For Cash, system.w r e s t-pin R e-
Arrive at Live Oak dally at.............. 6:15: a m -- A.M A. M P.M Building Material. orKented.Payments Cat. markable for
Arrive Thomasville-........................... 7:50 a m o P.M.5.2\1 4.50 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 10.10 9.2072 ilogues tree purity of .t nand o

Arrive Albany...........?.....................11:50 a m 1 5.21\ 4.65 ......?..Fllz erald. .. 10.05 9.15 ti5 Office and Warerooms, King, op. Cannon St., durability.ORGANMIDPIANOCO. .
Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R... 7:23 p m 3 5.30 ..:............ Oriole . ._ 9.57...... 62
Arrive Nashville via L. &; N. It. R.?. 7:10 a m 6 5.47 .......j. .Bay Clt).... . . ..5\1\ Charleston, s. C.
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R... 2:20 p m 10 5.5.} .....N..,.....?..... .l\lacou... . 9.38 ........5-t .
Arrive Cincinnati via L. &; N. R. R... 635 p m ......... .9.33 8.47 4.
12 6.05 5.35 ........Owensboro .
46 E.I 4th St (Union Sq.);
Arrive Bt Louis via L. & N. R. ...8:00 A YEAR, clear of i 154TremontSt..Botlon.
;; p m
16 6.1 6.05 ....._.Dade City........... 9.2IJ 8.1538 $700t $2500
Arrive Waycross.................... ...........12:35 a m 2'i 6.2.3 6.40 .........""RlchlaD............. 9.02 7.3'' 32 o all expense,can be N.Y. 149 Wabash Are., Chicago.
Arrive Brunswick via B.&; W. R. R.. 7:40 a m made working for us. Agents preferred who
6.50'' 7.10 ...... *Teddervitle . I 8.3.' 6.5022,
Arrive Jesup......................N.............? 3:13: a m 32// 7.00 1.30 ......?.._ Kathleen_ ?. .. 8.ZJ 6.15:17;: can furnish their own horses and give their --- - -- --
Arrive savannah..N.N..M..N.......... 6:15 a m whole time to the business. Spare moments .
7.13 7.40 ......"GrUlln's Mill..i, 8.H () = -
Arrive Charleston..........................1255: p m 431 4111' 7.40 8.30 .........Lakeland.1 8.05 5.W,10 6.05112 may be profitably employed. also. A tew vacancies .=. PIANOS&ORGANS
Arrive Washlngton.lO:30 am 9.00 .Haskell. ........: 7.41 6 in towns and cities. B. F. JOHNSON ,'.
Arrive New York................................ 5:30 p m 5718.15! 9.20EArrive.Bartow.L t.vet i.30 5.001 4.40, 0 &; CO., 1013 Main St., Richmond, Va. n',! 01 all makes direct to msto.
Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonvilleand 0 __ h ___ __ mere wholesale from prices.headquarter All goods, at

Tampa. Barto Branch.-Dally uX cept Sunday. trnaranteed. No money 8ftke4
Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonvilleand $100. A WEEK. till instruments are received!
Washington. and tally tested. Write ttft
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail South Bound. North Bound. Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant profitable I before purchasing. An investment of 3 cents may
and Steamship connections, and baggage I employment write at once. We want !I save you from 850.OO to 10000. Address
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths Pas. Yak. Pao Pas. you to handle an article of domestic use that JESSE FRENCH, Nashville Tennirdokaala .
and sections secured at the Company's Office &Ft &Ft =- STATIONS. =- &Ft No. recommend itself to every one at sight. JHstrltnttinQ Dcp'tfor eM 8ot: 4.
5. ;!1 4. NTAl'1,1 AS FL.OU1I. Sells like hot cakes.
In Astor's Building,82: Bay street,and at Pas-
- Profits 300 cent. Families wishing to
Station and on board People's Line per
senger .
H.B.Plant and Chattahoochee and P. M P.x. A H. P.x. practice economy should for their own i to Fancy
Steamers Pictures and 25 ele-
Junc..Ar 0 5.00
0 Lv.
.De Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson- 8.10 benefit write for particulars. Used every GARDS g.ant Cards In Gilt Edge Silk
8.25 5 Lv.WinterHaven.Ar 5 5.13 day the year round in every household. Fringe. Hidden Name, &Sc.. 1
v1lle.'M.. P. HARDEE 8.35 9 LV... .Eagle Lake.._ 9 5.ZJ Price within reach of all. Circulars free. &ng ter 150 Prize Puzzle.and
"_ we.-.Lv1l7 5.50 Agents receive Sample Jfrce.: Address 8 parlor games< all for ll1ctJI. Game of Amhors.lOcts.
B. G. FLEMING,General Superintendent.Passenger.. Agent. -8.44\\ (17IAr. .. .. I I lloinestic JXInf'gr' Co., ITIariou, Ohio. IVORY CO., Cllntonvllle, Connt .






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:: S. B. HUBBARD & CO., : ON 30'DAYS' TRIALS II DR.- JOHN BULL'SSllllhl'STOlliC -'

Bargains in Real Estate '


+ s has a }'3d different from all I i SyrUp
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL others. is rap shape with Selfi '
SENSIBLE adjusting Ball in centeradapta
itself to all positions of the
TRUSS while the ball in the
DEALERS IN body cup
presses back the intes- FOR THE CURE OF
Hernando County Lands. Hardware. Stoves and Tin-ware. 3068 With the finger.tines With just,light pressure as a person the Her- I '
lia is held securely day and night.and a radical cure FEVER and AGUE
Sash Doors and Blinds Paints Certain. It is easy,durable and cheap. Sent by maiL Cuenlars -
free. EGGLKSTO.N TRUSS: CO., CUeago, Ilk

I will sell for one-fourth cash a beautiful Oils and Varnishes Pumps ----,-- -- -------- I Or CHILLS and FEVER
tract of Eighty acres sloping pine land near Samples Free CROWN Samples Free
Oriole In Hernando County, for SI.00"( )+ No Lead and Iron Pipes Sugar -
waste on the tract. No more beautiful location MEDICATED AND ALL MALARIAL' DISEASES.The .

for a magnificent Winter Home and Mills Leather and
Orange Grove.AdJotntug Complexion PowderHighly proprietor of this celebrated medicine

Rubber Belt] and justly claims for it a superiority over all remedies -
the town site of Oriole and about Contains Indorsed by the theatrical profession!: I ever offered to the public for the SAFE,
valuable medicinal!
two hundred yards from the railroad and properllev! which
Mill Suppliesof quickly remove all ble.nishes of the skin. CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure
postofflc, I offer 40 acres of land, all h'gh and It I
-fleets a complete Transformation,and causes Iof Ague and Feveror Chills and Feverwhether -
for t '
Suitable for
dry In
$1,000. uut
town, lots. laying every description. the most ordinary person to become St,I king- of short or long standing. He refers to the
Iv Beautiful. It is put up in Pef rl and Flesh entire Western and Southern country to bear

For sale or rent In Oriole-a two-story, four- tints, in large toilet boxes and is for sale by him testimony to the truth of the assertion
pruggists, or sent securely; sealed
room, painted house, -xtto the chief' store : A "NEW DEAL"Deere address receipt of PRICK FIFTY CENTS to any in that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if
and pos'office' built this oriole has
i the directions followedand carriedout.
stamps or currency. Ladies can obtain elegant strictly
school railroad,church l accommodations bakery,restaurant, two stores, postoffice, saw, I' samples FREE, by enclosing 10 cts in In a great many cases a single dose has

mill, and other attiactive features, lor.a permanent stamps to p 1Y for postage and packing, address been sufficient for a cure, and whole families

home. About twniiy five liou.e," & Company l.OPANYIOlS: naming this Arch paper.St., J'hiladelphla.PHOWN CHEMICAL Pa. have been cured by a single bottle,with a perfect -

built there In past two yetrs. Will sell for -- restoration of the general health. It is,
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JttX, or rent for S75 per annum mo !o.iM t --e : however and
O .. ,prudent, in every case more cer-
= =- p
MOLINE, ILLINOIS. Zg- < M ---_- ; I: -=O tain to cure,if its use is continued in smaller
The O.lole "OCI ; -
Floiida Improvement Company doses for week two after the disease has
a or
have Just built, for sale or rent, a two-rtory! I' o-IIIIII_..OW... )z_u. -;=
Two Horses do the work of Tiree.I .. been checked,more especially in difficult and
house In the town of Oriole, five rooms can I = c:-=1=.. 'qJ" ,. .. 0..III__,z.'.
this medicine
double piazza front, single plazra rear, hall m- -r --- long-standing cases. Usually
above and below. Will sell for $,KK((), or rent I cw-- = --eKa will not require any aid to keep the bowels in

for$120: per annum. Splendid: location. A SAlGlMM-THIRD 0 F I-'C c'o o-;tt";'.oq=..=. _Jl-ec>.c":.",:E'-...;..;.:-:::;':" good order. Should the patient, however,re-

S"C- -;---:- -:;-"=.-... quire a cathartic medicine,after
y.ca.OIII.1CU !!.c..III t = .'-i"" three or four doses of the Tonic,a singe dose
IN TilE COST OF l'I..O\n. G.241.nches o ..
;a '" e: "'
aac.CO w <<
Turned with. "' 1 =c:S" _IIIeO will be sufficient. Use no other.
dower .ft w"1 = =E
heretofore req i. for 16 inches :& "r.:;:m -=Z... .11I'e.a'CE4 .;:'Op .
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Sumter County Lands. ";'Fo: :-; MO mGvommmr.tr DR. JOHN BULL'SSMITH'S

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Eighty acres of high And land .Ca cp isn.. 1I)1II) -: teemzE.4 BULL'S SARSAPARILLA,
dry pine ::II)1>> c>
within 4 111,II ell of Bushnell and tSt.:; Catbelll1p.Ht ; cC = .z.=._S'hz BULL'S WORM DESTROYER,
Uons on F. II.&N.Go's line, and same distance Z Cp7vW: 'mme: ; w--OC7an

from Dragem and Pemberton Junc- ... 10 C- O. ,' Q...- -n ..-.gQu-..< The Popular Remedies of the Day.
tions on F. a. It. K. Good ora nge and farmIng p/6 =>>Q i ,! c -c'n. -

land. Price Si per acre. :::Q......a; ) Q.I amcE=oef Principal Office, 831 Main St., LOUISYII,LP.KY.

I--K AQ 2 i i S t
In the town of Webster, on F. R. R. It.. I ... .. o
offer for sale :2 close station MISCELLANEOUS.
acres by ; 17 orange - -- -- .
tr ell Just coming into bearing; house W ---- -- -- -
21x2J feet, one and a half stories high; beautiful 9 II .A. C.A. Ft ::1:). RING CHUNG

. place. Price J,500.. ,
( I To all who are suffering from the errors and
"- Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness early .
TG6C6f one acre lifWebsler;: l00'ya1de from
The greatest plo*improvement cf the tines,
station; boute, 15x21. feet, two stories; a bargain decay, loss of manhood, &.c., I will send a recipe KINDS OF

&250. Fronts the station. THE "NEW DEAL" WHEELED that will cure you,FREE OF CHARGE. This great Handkerchiefs and Curiosities.

remedy was discovered by a missionary In South
Small store house in Webster; lying: rooms Call and see goods.
above WALKING{ PLOWS .America. Send a. self-addressed envelope to the
; corner lots; rIght' at station. Will sell No.22 Laura Street, near Bay,
or rent. REV.JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D, New York City.
--- -- Jacksonville Fla.

THE "SEW DEAL" Is lighter in draft and more READ THIS CAREFULLY.
easily handled than a haud plow, and cuts a

Marion Lands. more uniform furrow. In order to introduce and advertise our
County !: THE 1EW\ DE.'J i if* lighter In draft lighter in VETERINARY SURGEON goods In all parts of the country AT ONCE we .

I weight, and lighter in price than a sulky plow I are almost
and will do all its work.
Fine Farm and Orange drove : GIVING AWAYthe
THE NEW })EA' Gang cuts 24 inches with the of the Royal Veterinary College of
1 draft of a 16 inch hand plow-a saving of 50 percent London, following Valuable Collection of Beautiful -
The best farm for the money in Marlon' in'lahor. Does all the work of a four- Useful Amusing and Miscellaneous!
county; 7 miles bout UCt'Iatll,,county seat; I horse rding: gall with one less horse and little Will answer all communications through letters Things. We will send the Entire Collection,
4 miles from Belleview and \y2 miles irom more than half the cost. and telegrams. post-paid,for only IRe.
Santos Railroad You cannot fail to be more than satisfied.
stations on Cue F. R. & N. "
are 6 Beautiful Engravings viz The ::
Can now be had at least $500 under its valUe. : Morningof
It is high rich hammock; 45 acres In cultlv insuring greatest strength with lightest weight. Life A Garland of Flowers The First Love-

tlon,35 acres In timber. Two houses: a large Thin is no untried and rickety experiment, and Office In Orlando, Fla., at letter, The Faggot Gatherer, Indian Summer,
and small one. Near a spi Ing of pu 't* water.; these claims are not made recklessly to attract at and The Waning: Year. tiO f Portraits of Famous -
Over a>iorange trees, 40 bearing. The aged I tention. This system is the outgrowth of careful Reed! &,Foster's Stahles. Men, 26 Portraits of Famous and Beautiful -

owner, unable to O fup'lt, is selling it and observation and experiment reaching over a period Women,20)Selections Autograph, Al-
guaranteeing 2u bushels of corn per acre, unfertilized I of years with a rational view of the requirements HABITS cured bums,41 Fancywork Designs In :Embroidery,
; UIKO the successful growing of I of the times. IIPI U MandWUISKY out]>aln. Book Crochet, Berlin Net and Lace Work, Cross
sent' Free.
every kind veget-Rbl*and Trutt to be raised They are superior to any plows ever offered, M.I.Atlantn.An. Stitch t etc.; Popular Songs all the favorites -
In the otange belt,and a rle, \\'elJ'lat"JDcd; the most economical plows ever placed in the --. _, .:. :: :. ; 300 Puzzles' ,Cha'ade ,Rebuses Enigmas
of >$5b( per annum on its pr'ce durlng;term olj t.. Send for circular. WIU TED for Dr. Scott Riddles,etc.; 10U( Valuable :\Ion..y-\Iakln: :: t+e-

purchase years' time. Price >U,1(>(pt) ;;:oil fcir: Agents beautiful Electric Corsets, crets, some of which.. have sold for 85 each; 69
paymtnIs,or$1,000( () cash. .t -fit e Agents for the above IMow. Urnlap", Belt etc. Sample free. No I Amusing Parlor arms; 83 Tricks in Magic.
: and Legerdemain; 58 Chemical and other Experiment
risk sales. satisfaction
quick Territory given,
ALSO guaranteed. Address *: 33 Popular Recitations the Language -

IiI{. SCOTT, 842 IIroadivuj N. Y. of Flowers, the Golden Wheel FortuneTeller -
I Deere & Co's Steel Pony 1, 2 and a Dictionary of Dreams a Guide to
I Flirtation,the Magic Age, Tablet, the Lovers'
IIOIflKS IN FLORIDAOriole I 3-Horse Steel Plows, Riding, MARRIED LADIES ABLE information Telegraph; the :Magic Square, the Morse Telegraph

Walking and Plain Culti- and samples, securely sealed, by return mall Alphabet, the Deaf and Dumb Alphabet -
enclose self addressed stamped envelope, andname the Seven wonders of the World and a
vators. this paper. Crown Chemical Company, Map of the United States.
% 1018 Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa. Jtemember-u-e trill send you EVERYTHING
ALSO AGENTS FOR Reliable Lady Agents Wanted. named above for only 18 eta.in postage stamps.

Hernando County.Send Planet Jr. Cultivators and Garden Tools, Box 322, Philadelphia; Pa. .

Type for Sale.
for colored Washburn Moens .
stamp Map of Oriole and
800 pounds Long Primer,the type the Dis-
information how to
home in
get a Florida
from is
BARBED WIRE FENCING.We patch is printing offered for sale
close by Railroad in active operation. Splen- Address

J did groves orange, already lands.begun.Large Purchasers number of rapidly new I: keep the largest stock ofAGRICULTURAi. A FRIEND IN NEED. _= c. w. DACOSTA.

coming in from all over the Union. Attractive
plan of purchase; but little cash required. IMPLEMENTS 3>r. Sweet's SAM PLE POLICE. : t.tZEFTEwUI

Bargains offered. i In the State. be mailed,securely wrapped,to any address In the

INFALLIBLE LINIMENT.Prepared United States />0 P I ES for Throe Months
Catalogues and Prices Rent' free. Correspondence on receipt of / One Dollar. Liberal
W. B. CLARKSON, solicited. from the recipe of Dr. Stephen discount allowed to Postmasters.> Agents and
Sweet, of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set Clubs.The POLICE !:
Address ter. Has been used for more than 50 years, of New York Is the ONLY legitimate -
Office: 72} W. Bay St. stairs and is the best known remedy for Rheumatism Illustrated Sporting and Sensational

'. .,..''., up CO. ,Neuralgia pralns.,Bruises,Cuts,Burns, Journal pnblisbed on the American KTDETE? I
<'tit.-- -- I S.-B. HUBBARD. Wounds and all external Injuries. continent. Apply for terms to I" i\C& a
.:i Jacksonville, Fla Jacksonville, Fla. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS-TKY IT. Richard K. Fox. Franklin Square. New York.

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. 13,000 ..A.OEl.EJSOt : To REAL ESTATE DEALERS. :

the belt quality of heavy oak hickory and cabbage hammock having miles of river and
bay fronts and best water protection in Florida. Especially I have 2,000,000 Acres of Land on my books to s"lect from. Have small groves as wellas

adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables. large ones. Town lots on the Florida Southern Railroad, and Town Lots on the Gulf

A g e.- -al Coast. Will pay 5; per cent. on all sales made by you. For particulars, send for "THE
lSfeS :E.-rj= _... ''
< .Q = 0 ;; ORANGE GROVE.

i i 'it ANTHONY & YOUNG, Any- t B3PDO o oI't JOHN CROSS,

I' .a | |= | -| m1) mDyOy) :; U P"I.I l I.t vt'rpootl\1anatee Co., Fla.
"OS2 oI Real Estate & Insur. Agents !m r>a 6 --- -
g C. F. McQUAio. J. D. SMITH. D. R. BOWMAN.McQUAIG's .
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= bit k Palmetto, Manatee Co., Fla. :; 7 _
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Town property Improved and unimprovedin .
all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and REAL ESTATE AGENCY .
bay fronts Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites ,
on mainland and Islands. Yachting unsurpassed. Correspondence solicited.

JOHN T. LESLEY, President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE, Sec. &Tress ,
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} I have in hand a large amount of Florida .
TAMPA., FLORIDA, lands for sale, In Volusla. Brevard and Folk, (c.S. A. Retired.)
and in a numb!fof unties around Tallahns- Sun Aiituiiio, llcriiaado Co.. Fla.
Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every I see. Some at very low prices Those deblrlng
my assistance in selling lands will please address REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive me at 49 Peachtree St., Atlanta. Ga. ,
Pamphlet and newspaper. No commission charged if a sale is not Notary Public anti Conveyancer.Lands .
made. D. N. MARTIN. solicited' for HII.! Prompt attention to

; W. R. BROWN & CO. a11 and! coire Land'-pon.tence.List. Siiid stamp for Circular

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i REAL ESTATE DEALERS_ The IO S Mass.INVESTMENT.Real Estate Co. 571,320 ;:;: ACRES

BARTOW, POLK COUNTY, FLA. Has earned 10% per cent net upon its capital

REFERENCES-Gov. E. A. Perry, Tallahassee; Hon. A. J. Russell, Jacksonville; Hon. Invested to the present time, and now owns South Florida Lands :,
Walter Gwynn, Banford.2KPUTT about half million dollars wo: t h of firstcl.ssbusiness ,
real estate. It is under the management -
COUNTY SURVEYOR. NOTARY PUBLIC. of such men as Lit-u Gov. Ames, Mayor .
Green,of Fall River. Send to office of Co.
cOi.11: IE3-5T: Vii Cj C> for prospectus, to GEO. LEONARD, Agent, 2 16 situated in the counties of Orange, Brevard.
Washington Street, Boston, Mass.!! Voll1 h. !-nmier, I'olk) llernundo, Hiilsborougli -

Real Estate Brokers and Agents, Braidentown --Real- Estate Agency. a cl I Manatee, and

64 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. City ,
and Suburban Property for Sale. Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice
Correspondence solicited. I. of the Peace, he towns of Kisiimmee, "Winter Haven,
-- Braidentown, Manatee Co. Fla. Eagle l Lake, d'onlonvilluariow., Auburnda .
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I Luke) tnd, :efl'ner, Mango and Orient.
Will buy and fell all kinds of Heal Estateon
2,500,000 ACRES OF LAND commission. Eighteen :ears' res'dence' AlsoLois' In tli" t trot nx o.J Pember on, Owens-
in Manatee County. Personal knowledge of boro, Rlch-and, Ka lileen and Haskell, on
most of the lands throuphou the county. 1'neo the Pemhe ton Kerry Hranch. A map ,
As a practicing Attorney, Mtil a County and criptMt- notes of South Florida,show
FOR SALE BY ing location of theo lands, will be furnishedon
Judge for a number years, I have had occasion
application to f ht- Land Department of
to become familiar with IlInn> titles
and the County Records Having beon continuously the South rloridi: ltall.IJHlll'ompany. .

TIE FLORIDA SOUTH RAILWAY COMPANY engaged,All these years, in he actual
cultivation of the principal fruit and Vegetable S. O. CHASE,
products of this semi tropical section;
gives me advantages in the selection of the Aclll1 Gen'l Land Airl. S. F. R. R. Co.,
SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF various qualities of lands suitable. Maps Sanford, Fla., )
and AbstraetslurnishedTitles examined and .
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Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange, re Deeds NOTE.-Braldentown executed. Information furnished. Cor MAYWOOD.Groves .

Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevat.Baker!, Polk & Manatee, south bank of the beautiful situated Manatee on River.the
about thirty-live miles south of Tampa Has made and warranted rn the most
Couilitlng of the finest Orange, Farming, Vegetable and Grazing Lands In the State of Flor daily service by the elegant steamer Marpa favorable terms. In one of the most healthy
ida. Price 31.25 per acre and upwards, according to location.. ret. Adjacent are the lovely Terra('e'a sar.- bertions of Florida. Hoarding and houses to
sota. and Palma cola B.tys: teeming with nil rent at moderate prices. send for particulars
For further Information, apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Pala ia,Fla. kinds of fish, clams and oysters; amt l here on anti :20! cents for glimpses at the Orange Land.
the Gulf coast are the most beautiful build- For reference we refer you to the editor of
L. N. WILKIE, W. P. COUPER, ine: alt' sin the world,with thousands; of acres this paper. )Direct to
of hammock and pine land, where tropical W. H. HEED
Chief Clerk and Cashier,Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. frutts and choice vegetables may be grown to rittman. i la. ..' .

perfection. ,
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Fancy K Poultry. $

Healthy Lands! Low Prices(:!
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Kissimmee offers the best chances for set* r ". :w.: W. FENDKICH,
tiers in Florida. It Is the coming districts !f ,
'" all who know the H ate testify. There lirolg ? _; Successor to Albert Fries,
I REAL ESTATE. Mouey for investors Town Lots. W I!
': p.s20 varieties of Hir-br-d Fowlx.MYard .
,, -*: Shell Road near Moncri Spring. .
,i high: Pine and Hammock Lands '5 Eees s for Hatching, !2 per dozen.
&.' P. O. Box :*fl.l Jacksonville, Kla
At reasonable prices. *Mention Dispatch.New .

""- Also good land for Truck Farming. A few ---- -- .- -
mall Bearing Groves on tracts of trom Book of }t'ancy'VorkM with
Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices. FREE HO(; Illustrations, 15u New Stitches,
These Gro'7es are easily enlarged, and afforda JO Special Utters. vw]> Picture Bulletin -
good stfii t. Correspondence solicited.Klssimmee J8 col) story paper all -lo.
Wild, Improved, FARMING, Grazing, Timber, Orange and TRUCK Lands, Orange postage. NATIONAL IIA?Alt,
Groves, Lands in all parts of the State, "pn.: nO'VEI 14. 7 ,v. Itrrmlway, N.. Y.
Orange Co., Fla. -- -
To stand a lung.. inu-r .t b I kept up.
Per onal Meurlty only Interest.
LEDWITH & SOLLEE Send ft cots for psrtleaUri. r..oaD forms
CITY AND SUBURBAN tw. x&me this p pr. T.S. Gardner. I
DEALERS IN Uaoager, ,Palae4 l BolUInc.Cincinnati,O- .11/

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'.'.. Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, .

X Property, Town and Beach Lots, Rents Collected, Money Loaned. and Invested. JACKSONVILLE,FLA. 31 Whitaker Street,Savannah, Ga., '>1 ,. J
A" Headquarters for Haines City Property. '
1fl A LEns IN '
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NEW HOME and other Machines, attachments -.> :' .f'l
,: FOR ALL. 830 a week and parts for all machines O1N. Nee-" ,; :\
;) : ,, : ):, ; ':' 'i.., '::':<.':: --,{ ': 25 WO R K and expenses paid. ValuaT dies etc. Also Pianos, Organs and i'appr. "'::;..':.:.;.\t 7 .{T.,

.' .' ,, rI ble onto* and particulars Cook ntqves,Jnst.theSend : 1111m roT umm'er use: ; .':::"" :; I
.* free. 'O. VIUKKllY:
P. Augusta Maine. for catalogue. '
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CLARENCE M. GORDON Season 18f 7. THE Season 18S7.jLVE .

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,1 SOUTHERN AGENT FORIrving's Oranges MAN: U R E S Vegetables
in adapting them to the most successful
Patent Water-Proof
: Building Oranges growth of Vegetables, Oranges and Vegetables
Fruits on Florida SoUSe
4 Oranges Vegetables
Paper, These Mapes Manures
Oranges! (as acknowledged by the best scientific Vegetablesand !
practical authorities, in the Mapes
Oranges Pamphlet for 1887)) afford the Florida Vegetables!
{ Orange, Fruit and VegetablegrowersSmall
; ROOFING, SHEATHING, LINING, CARPETING AND RUGS. the only safe,rational and economical Semi-Tr.fical
way of tnanurinff.
Fruits. Fruit.
Their High Grade Standard Fully Maintained.

'&i": .'. ALSO AGENT FOR AH the official analyses published by the Agricultural experimental stations(1886( aid
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 pam
: THE HERRINGTON $5 TYPE-WRITER. phlet 1887, which gives analyses, guaranteed composition prices and all desired information -
*:..;- v' ,viz: How to get them,how to use them,etc.,address

+.;. .- 'TYSEN, SMITH & CO., (Our Forwarding Agents) Jacksonville, Fla.Dr. .
f Send for Circulars and Samples. gents wanted everywhere. G. W. LANCASTER, DeLand, Fla. I I G. D. CLIFFORD, Eustis, Fla.
, Dr. J. N. BISHOP, Sanford, Fla. *
No.55 Wet Bay Jacksonville Fla.
4 Street ,
._ THE MAPES CO., 158 Front St., New York.
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Corrugated Iron,Fire Proof Iron Shutters,&c.,Metalic.Building Supplies.
State Agents for E.Van Noorden&Co'sMETALIC CHARLESTON, S. C.

74 West Bay street,JACKSONVILLE:,FLA.

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" BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC. Established 187O.High .
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Grade Fertilizers.Soluble

Booksellers, Stationers & Paper Dealers

Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Ash Element,
; No. 29 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats,
High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. '


Orders Filled.R. .
69 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida All Promptly


Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals and --- M. MEANS Treasurer.

, Music, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods,

Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door CALCINED HUMUS!

., 'Harcourt's Fla. Fruit and How to liaise Them. New Ed. Revised, En-
larged and fully Illustrated. Cloth...... .......... ........................................1.25 TREESIs
Moore' Orange Culture, Rev.Ed.................,... ........................................$1.00 FERTILIZER FOR ORANGE
Oemler's Truck Farming in the South .........................,.............................. 1.50
Whitner's Garden ng in Floi Ida... ...... ........ ...... ............ .... 1-50. delivered at your nearest Station,
McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida................................................ ........ 4.00
I have all the Maps, Books,etc.,on Florida that arc published. Complete lists on applica PLO $16 Per: Ton..
tion. Legal Blanks of every description.PATRONIZE .
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Fort Mason,Fla.

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OK Safe: Deposit SaFe.

i 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.

F Snowflake. Baking Powders, Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per Year.

And see that you get them as they are the best in the Market. Manufactured only by the 'v. X. BAKER, Cashier. HENRY A. L'ENGLE, Manager.E. .

"u W.AGNEW,President. A. McINTYRE,Cashier.

-, J. w. BEARDSLlfE,} Proprietors. Mercantile National Bank,New York.
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.,,"''" ;- Collections In all parts of Florida promptly attended to.
i/: Office and Laboratory No.33 Newnan Street,near Bay,next to Hotel Togni,

.!. Jacksonville, Fla. FLORIDA SAVINGS BANKAND

Write for Price List and ention the Florida Dispatch.

Has for tale choice Lot Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on deposits,Collects
Rents and Interest,Negotiates Jj .ns,ejc.
r ear- I J. C. GREEL.EY, President. TDi'HOSMER, Trte: ai Irer.

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,Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and AN1FERTILIZERS> ,

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest.


: First-Class Passenger Accommodations. "WILLIA..M: : .A... :E3C,::>"1JFt.S: >
No "S
1 Transhipment. QNo Extra Handling. *
(Successor to J. K.: Hart,) ;
Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, $12, .
20 Bay Street Jacksonville, Fin.
-- I handle none but the Best and most Reliable->{'.I.... My 1 new Catalogue will be sent free on
E The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from application. AI Wholesale Duller

I Boston every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows: Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat
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,; ,:, .,'.J 1""', & Co.'s A
'" i" ,r J. E. Tygert Star Brand Fertilizers.

." Guaranteed j k AnalysIs.
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i' -.- Comprising ORANGE u|. Fpj| r TREE and VEGETABLE
:' CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...............................................Thursday, Sept. SO,at 8:30 p.m I POTASH,
UATE Hedge.......................... ... ..........................Thursday, Oct. 7,at 2:30 p. m NITRATE SODA JT \ KAINIT ETC.
CITY CITY1CaPt. Capu Kelley..................................._.........Thursday, Oct. 14,at 7:30 p.m ,
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge................_......................?................Thursday, Oct. 21, at 1:00 p. m Prices on application. July 27 ti
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.........._...................................Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p.mGATE __
Hedge......_.................................._.............Thursday, Nov. 4,at 1:00: p.m
N.. CITY CITYACaPt. Capt. Kelley.............................._.:..............Thursday, Nov. 11,at 6:00 p.m
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge......:...... ........................................Thursday, Nov. 18,at 11:30 a. m BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO.
t. CITY OF MACON, Capt.,Kelley..................._...........................Thursday Nov. 25,at 7:00 p.m ,
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge_................_..................................Thursday, Dec. 2,at 11:30 a. m
CITY OF MACOr, Capt. Kelley...............................,................Thursday, Dec. 9,at 5:00 p. m OF BOSTON.
: (I ArE CITY, Capt. Hedge..........................................................Thursday, Dec. 16,at 10:30: a. m
;' Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of 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 Island Route.

; W. H. RINu Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer., -/r
For Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah, Ga. ....

.;. For Tickets apply to connecting lines. Result of Nine Years' Experience in Orange Culture.
NORWALK, Fla.. September i, 188').
SAVANNAH LINE Having had nine years' f xperlence In orange culture In 1 h Inri-'a' and having tritd var.ous
r kinds of fertilizers I feel It my duty to m neighbors to say; that y. ur goods have proved uf
more value to me for orange trees than any other fertilizer I have u*ed.I J
;-r Z: M E -FOR- have given Bradley. range Tiee Fertilizer and Fine Ground I'oneagood test toY two
years,having used yourgoods by the side of others where 1 could com pal 8 results. I shall'
55 to 60 Hours MLL invest In no other, and cheerfully recommend 3 our goods to the public. M. R. BKAN.

between' !'TE'WYORK .
Attention, Florida Gardeners :p (
-AND- Use Bradley's Florida 'Vegetable Fertilizer

dV Prepared Especially for Florida Trucker



Steamship Company.
Fla.,September If, 1885.
The"Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer" which I bt ughi of you last season has given i
(Central 90 Meridian Time.) most excellent results and I take pleasure in giving: you this testimonial. I find this fertilizer -
to be Just what It is represented,and I cannot speak too highly in its (*, vor. I want
Passage Rates Between Savannah and New YorK.fo same amount this season. I O. EIClIEL EROER. I
FORT MASON, Fla., August. 2', 1885.
or from New York, Cabin, 125; Steerage,JI2.50; Excursion (return trip),>J43.50. We have used Brndlpy's Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and mange trees,and they
HI at Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: have given better satisfaction than any lerth'zers we e,er ued. IAAVIES fc:TAYLOR. ;


CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine.................................... Friday, November 51:00. mAOOOCHEE. .I
Capt. Kempton...............................................Sunday, "ovember 7- 2:30: p. m Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine round Bone. Bradley's Palmetto -
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher............................................. Tuesday, November: 9- 4:00 p. m A Phosphate Bradley's Sulphate ot Potash
crt 1 Y OF AUGUSTA, Capt. NIckerson...................................Friday, November 11- 0:00: a. rn ,
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine..................................Sunday, November 137:00 a. in Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc. _
Capt. Kempton.........................................-.Tuesday, November 169:00 a. m
TALLAHASSEE. Capt. Fisher-................................................Friday, November 19-12:15 a. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. NIckerson................................Sunday, November 21- 2.00 p. m Send for Circulars.
CH ATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.... ..........................Tuesday, November 234:00 p. m GEORGE E. WILSOX, Slate .A Pllt. ,
NAtXOCHEE, Capt. Kempton........... ...................................Friday November 26- 6:00)a. m West St. Jacksonville .
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher..............................................Sunday, November 8:00a. m 50 Bay Fla.
CITY: OF AUGUSTA Capt. NIckerson............._......_.......Tuesday, November 9:00 a. m -
CKATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine..._.................................Friday, December 3-12:15 a.m -
FOR PHILADELPHIA.These C>: F'-.VFtI'i'E: : '
[ Steamers do not Passengers.]

JESSOUG, Capt. Smith.._....................._.............carry.............Thursday, November 1-12:00 n'n i Orange Troes mill All ICin of Vctnblc< _; ; '
J UNI AT A, Capt. -_....:.?..............................:._.......N....Tuesday, November 9- 4:00 p. m I Natural food for plantlifeEspecially adapted to sandy oVn! Anyone wishing+ to obtaina ..
DKHSOUG, Capt. Smlth_......_..................:..?.....................Sunday November 14- 7.-00 a m strictly good fertilizer will find it to bis interest totr3r.thl Ills not a cone nl rated ",
.fIfMIATA, Capt. -.......................................__...._.... ... ,Friday. November 19-12:00: n'n chemical fertilizer, but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The eHect is permanent. ;
DESSOUG, rapt. Smith..._...........................................Wednesday, November 21&- 4:30 p. m Price in Sacks Ton.
JUN1ATA, Capt. -............................................................Monday, November 298:00 a. in I ( ) $10.00 per ]
THESE I Send for Circulars. I have no agents. Address :

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

Pier No.85, North River,New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. ; ;1
W L.JAMES Agent IS S.Third Street
Atiliely Soluble Guano a complete high grade Fertilizer.
J. D. HASHAGEN. Eastern Agent, Sav.,Florida&: Western Ry.Co.,261 BroadwayN.Y. ,
For Tickets apply. to connecting lines. Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
H. R CHRISTIAN. Gen'l Soliciting Agent. and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables. )J ..
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Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer: for orange trees,bananas,etc '

SETTLERS AND INVESTORS. i! Ashley Dissolved Hones. Ashley Aeid Phosphate. i

| Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda. Sulphate Ammonia, Kainit ..111

|,, Muriate, Potash,Cotton Seed Meal etc. ,"-', .
For Almanacs and Hand Books Agricultural Primers and good articles on Peas, Kainit:: I
.fer Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for Investment or Cultivation. I <',
ertain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive; **for Homes; Railroad and Daily Mails; Floats etc.,address ", 'I;.' ,i
ilso Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic Citron the Installment Plan if desired. Address TIlE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE : ,
J AS.M.: KKBAMEB, President over Bank of Jacksonville. ,or 'V. B. GR ANT, Snpt. COMPANY, '. ,. .
San Pablo FlooiJa. cm Charleston;S, C.'f" r t> ".' I I

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