The Florida dispatch
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055757/00048
 Material Information
Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
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System ID: UF00055757:00048
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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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Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH, ; that trees rooted in'othe States:are

Will or some of the ,readers of
you '/. worthless here. This applies to peacKes, .
your valuable paper} .answer the following : 1 .." apples, pears, etc, The habit of arch .'\:: :$
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"What success,has attended the cultivation they 'do in their latitude, which Is

of the Japan persimmon in some two or three months after a

r,. Florida, both on 'native stock, and Florida grown tree. This habit; re

'. imported. I see it stated in your pa- ... j. mains with the tree until it finally

per that the fruit will not mature, andagain .,ft. dies out. He advises planters to
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patronize home nurserymen and avoid _
i: county they have been produced -, "tree agents." :;

weighing over a pound ? I We agree with Him ill his advice to J

f' "What varieties .tare the best, and .** patronize home industry and on general .
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|, most productive ? Jii.- :> i ,# t: > principles home grown stock is '
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the best. But he overlooks the fact
culture i is best adapted to them ?"
The Bidwell Peach. that variety makes a great difference.

SU 8CRIllER. Above is of the Bidwell Peach of the Varieties adapted to Florida but
a photo-engraving Early a seedling 1
( The Japan persimmon has succeeded ;
Peen-to, which originated with A. I. Bidwell, proprietor of the Arlington grown North will thrive here, while '
in Florida, and now be classed
may those not adapted to this climate fail,
Nurseries, Orlando. This peach has now fruited for three successive'seasons, '
among our standard fruits. This sea- and its good qualities have been proven. The tree makes a vigorous growth, even if propagated here. For: instance
markets have been
our plentifully
son and appears to thrive in the sandy soils of South Florida. It is a free northern grown Peen-to peaches do
supplied' with the fruit and quite
bearer fruited the three after both mild and quite as well as home grown Peen-tos.
having during past seasons,
: deal has been North.
t good shipped
winter weather. But the Alexauder will not succeedeven
Wherever it has been tested it has be. unusually severe
The of the fruit is and its attractive. Ex- if home grown. .
: its market value is quality good, appearance very _
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established. periments prove that it bears shipment well, and the prices obtained were The LeContD Pear. ...

t. The question has been raised.recently very satisfactory. Mr.\ Bidwell, who originated this peach and for whom it The crop of 1886 is about all mar.
was named, is known throughout the South as one of the most intelligentand keted. the here
whether or not the trees worked on Owing to late'pring ,
native stocks would hold and perfect conscientious hoiti-julturists among us. While fully satisfied two years this pear was thrown into ,direct competition -
\\I'; ago that this peach would prove to be peculiarly adapted to the conditions .
.f their fruit as well as those on imported with two or three other vari-
r. roots-but this is effectually settled by existing here, he refrained from even making it known that he had succeededin eties, the Bartlett included, from sev-

t the fact that many of our most fruit- originating it until he had fully tested it in his own grounds, and thoroughly 'eral of the Northern and Southern I

] proven its good qualities After three successive' years of fruiting, :States. This caused rule
i io Jnl orchards are on native stocks. Mr. prices to .,
r he feels justified in putting it upon the market and recommending it to growrs lower usual but
E. G, Hill, Lawtey, has perhaps the than by comparisonof
of South

oldest orchard of any size in the State, I --_- .. _____n___________u ___________._____--_-_-_ .-. price the list, it has and maintained itself
having been in bearing now some among best most popular

t years. His trees are on native roots. lIr.Vheatley thinks there is a differ- worth, Mr. E. H. Hart and others.- the old and better known Varieties.
Other'instances might be cited in dem- ence between budded and grafted trees ED.... .,*, With the exception of choice Virginia

onstration of this point in the matter of holding fruit, but Bartletts, it is quoted in New:York a .

I, Air. N. Woodworth, of "Welaka, other growers disagree with him in this. Cultivating Pears. little higher than any pear North or :

who has been experimenting with this It is the general opinion, based on Messrs. Uerckmans,Kinsey,Sahford South Maryland] New Jersey and ,

fruit for some years, and has a dozenor experience, that trees on imported and: other prominent pear-growers of New York Bartletta] included. New

more varieties nearing, says the stocks are not of vigorous habit. Georgia, are unanimous in the opinion York handles more LeContes than ,

Imperial and Nihon .are inclined to They suit all soils in the State, and that grass will destroy pear orch td. any other market, and that this pear

drop their fruit, but that this habit is require' the same treatment as other Pears like oranges and peaches,require should haw* so early taken the first !

confined to these two varieties.Mr. orchard trees. | thorough culture. This does >138e<< in the esteem of the buyers, '

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:ploridiana.SOUTHEASTERN on this coast, and the fisheries,here,etc., 1line arrd. wine, Ives a red wineof..fair quality.
ave a good market right here for One acre planted in Delaware vines
itables and feed, i. e., for all farm ... six by five feet apart-will yield the
I :3" 1*' TAYLOR produce except cotton. GRAPE CULTURE. third year enough to cover the expenses -
,' :, COUNTY. In conclusion I will that I and the fourth full
I f. .<.' say am year a cr.op"bffrom :
l* t I IS This Profitable in
I ;: w; w< < not interested in this; but I know thisis a Industry 5,000 to 6,000 pounds of grapes;
of Good :Health Rich
k AiOountry Florida
l 'Soil ,' a good country, and I would like to which can be placed on the Northern
},. ; Varied Productions and see poor,but good, men, wishing homesin Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: markets by the last of June (or even
.,. 'I.Cheap-'! .Lands--Good Place for Industrious florida, take advantage of this op- When so many fancy crops and in- earlier, if grown in South Florida,)
; '. Men of Small.Means. portunity before this land has all dustries have been advocated for Flor- and will net at least ten cents a pound,
Editor//U'! ,FLORIDA DISPATCH: passed into the hands of speculators. ida, we hardly understand why so little i. e., from $500 to $600 per acre. p"
:In compliance with the request of Neither do I write it to Invite correspondence attention has been given to the cultureof For' red wine, Cynthiana and Norton -
'w several :'of your subscribers, I write for I am no longer able to the grape, which is acknowledged to two black varieties, are far above
theftoljowitig of the advantages of the answer letters of inquiry (this is two have brought wealth wherever it has all others in quality, productivenessand ,
southeastern part of 'Taylor county, hard days' work for me), and I think become the home industry, Is it that thorough adaptability to our '
r, Florida. I emphasize! the words ,.the. this is sufficient. grapes do not grow here? Such is climate where they seem to be per-
southeastern part," because,this part is JOHN B. CARRIN. probably the opinion of a great many fectly at home. From seven acres of

80 peculiar in location, surroundingsand Stephensvlllc, Taylor county, Fla., Nov.5th. people who, being accustomed to the Norton and Cynthiana vines four j
character, that information regarding easy-growing Scuppernong, have not years old, we made this year, between
it will nct apply to the remainder Pro and Con. given the required care and attentionto 2,100, and 2,200 gallons of fine wine
; of the county nor to adjoin- their vines of the so-called "bunch for which we can get at any time $1
ing counties. This settlement the Florida has fewer disadvantagesthan grapes." It may he also that very few per gallon at wholesale. We have I
mouth and north of the Steinhatcheeriver any other State. The chief draw- planted the varieties suited to our soil more confidence in the durability of .
on the Gulf .coast in latitude backs being the lack of farm products, and climate, making a choice among these vines than in that of any
29}. The climate is more moderate the absence of cellars and the loose na- grapes popular with the Northern vine- other, their roots pushing straight
than that of the most of other placesin ture of the soil. The first is occa- growers, but unable to withstand our down instead of spreading out near
this State ; being copier in summer, sioned by the general rush into orange hot sun and heavy showers. the surface of the soil as do those of
and less cold in winter, very few years in culture, to the neglect of 'any systemof The main point in grape culture is most of the American vines.
r'.. which the thermometer rises above regular] farming" ,and to the absenceof the selection of varieties thoroughly The best grapes for white wine are
92, 'and never been known to the "seasons. The terms spring, adapted to the climate of the country besides Delaware, Missouri Riesling,
rise here above 94, and during that summer, autumn and winter lose their where they are to be planted. Like : Noah and Elvira, being very healthy,
cold wave of last winter, my ther- significance in Florida, where the mild, everybody else, we allowed outside influence productive and of fine quality.A .
mometer being out of doors and north of even climate varies but little from to interfere with our own ideas, vineyard planted with the above '
the house, went one morning down to year to year. The porus nature of the and made the mistake of planting varieties described varieties of grapes will cost
I 19, and the other mornings 20 to soil and the lack of material, accountsfor recommended to us by men acknowledged to establish, according to the selections
; to 22,'but soon rose a few degrees the absence of cellars ; while the as the highest authoritieson made, from $140 to $160 per acre in-
each morning after sunrise, and we loose, sandy soil makes walking or grape culture, but who consideredthe cluding all expenses for three years.
seldom have a frost before'the first of driving unpleasant. Florida has no latitude of this State, rather than This vineyard, after the third year,
December We have here almost' all long, dreary winters nor hot,scorching the peculiarities of its climate. It was will net annually from $250 to $500
I :' "grades,of pine land, and as rich ham- summers ; no blizzards, cyclones, snow upon the advice of one of them that per acre.
I / *- >ni(>ck lands as can be found in this ort storms,.dudes, tramps nor organ grind- we planted Herbemont, Cunninghamand Is there any other investment in
any 'other State; All farm crops of ders. The coal dealer with his short ,Lenoir which, our correspondentsaid Florida that can give such handsomeand
Northern Florida are raised here, or weights and long bills never vexes the were doing very well in Texas, speedy returns?
r. can be, ,(and fruits also besides_ oranges,) soul in our State, where fuel may be and would undoubtedly do well in E. DUBOIS.
,', except that we do not grow short cotton had for the cutting. Men work out Florida, which is in about the same Tallahassee; Fla. :
, because this is as good a place of doors the whole year round without ]latitude. e- ,, "Y
for Sea Island cotton as can be foundin inconvenience, and even in the hottest We found out, when our vines came The Niagara Grape.It .

this State. .The, land is nearly all days of summer, the heat is always into bearing, that, owing to our wet is reported that parties are canvassing -
more or less gently rolling, very little tempered by a cool breeze. Sunstrokeis summer, or some other cause, those South Florida for the sale of
being either flat or hilly. The springs absolutely unknown in Florida. I three varieties rot or mildew every this variety and claiming to be "State
y are nearly all more or less impregnatedwith The general healthfulness of our peo- agent. ," with exclusive control of the
sulphur, and the wells are all ple is such that most physicians find year.We were told] also that the Concord "genuine"' vines. The Niagara was
freestone' water, as good to wash with their occupation gone a great deal would grow here to perfection and we owned for many years by a company
as'rain' water.. This is known to be worse than did Othello. In the high, set out three acres to Concord vines, in Western New York,and vines could
one of the healthiest' places in this pine lands, malaria is unknown, and although we were aware that this not be bought at any price. It was
State, and is a general resort for invalids even in the low lands it exists if at variety does not bear good crops any- put on the market in 1884 and is now
etc. ; malarial fevers are almost all in a very mild form that yield where for a]longer period than eight or offered for sale by all Northern nur-
unknown, except as brought in from readily to treatment. In some local ten years. One of our neighbors had serymen. It can be bought for sixty
": elsewhere; and the same is true of ities the gnats and mosquitoes are one or two acres in Concord, and we cents each, $6 per dozen each vine
rheumatism. It is a good cattle troublesome, but less eo than in many of had seen very fine grapes on his vines, bearing the seal'of the Niagara company -
,:t range. The natural resources are the northern States. Snakes are sim- but the last two years his and ours did as proof of its having genuine.
-'I so great in game, fish, oysters, ply bugaboos. During a year's residence not mature their fruit evenly, whichis of these facts not pay any
cabbage, palmettoes, etc., that starvation in which we have tramped a great fault, either for market or "State agents" $1.501 j,\ r vine, nor any
is, impossible, for one able through many miles of high and low wine. Should Concord grapes ripen other price unless each ill,' bears the J ,
i. and willing,to work,as was fully proved hammock and pine ]lands, we have well, we see now that they are two ten- I ]leaden seal of the Niagara Grape'
during the war. But the best advantage never seen but, one snake, and that ofa der to bear shipment to distant mar- i Company. W. C. STEELE.

I' yet "for poor men, except harmless variety. Poisonous serpents kets, and makes an inferior wine very I Switzerland, Fla. .
health, is.the. fact that land here can exist here beyond doubt,and so difficult to sell. I have concluded to Notes. "..
yet be got from the State or National they do in all northern States from have all my Concord vines dug up and but shallow.
Dig deep plant
Government There is no improved Maine to Oregon. But we emphatically replaced by more reliable and valuble
deny that they exist in large Young vines produce beautiful .
': land,for sale; for all the free-holders sorts.
; are 80 well pleased, that not one is wil numbers, or that anybody need antici- In the growing of grapes for profitwe fruit, but old vines produce the rich-
ling to sell out. We have some insects, pate any danger from them. Florida must have in view either the man- est.
of but not in offers inducements to the manufacturer ufacture of wine or the shipping of
; course, near so many as Prune in autumn in order to imure
t other of the Slate. We artizan or merchant unequalledby to Northern markets local
some parts grapes as growth, but in spring to promote fruit-,.
!r. have railroad_ here yet; but with any State in the Union. Skilled markets are of very little importanceand fulners.
p. one of the best harbors, and one of the labor is in great demand, trade is brisk soon become glutted.
and no man need remain idle save Plant your vines before you make,
: best'places on, which to build a town Among over one hundred varieties ,
, t. on the Gulf coast and the other advantages <; through indolence. Florida is progressing which we have tested we found, that trellisses. Vines, like old soldiers,
:;= I am sure. three will be one more rapidly} today than any taking everything into consideration, I should have good arms.
:' or more ; but for general farming, we other portion of the United States or the best market grapes are : Delawareand I I Give the vine plenty jbf manure' old
, don't need one; for xwe have guod else all signs fail. -Sfaitland Courier.; Ives, both( being free from dis I r and well dec"-mposed ; fresh manure'

i access.to Cedar Keys (which is a good eases, growing every year a sure crop I excites growth, but does not l mature
market) ,) by ,"oastinl ,. vessels] and on The ,first grape fruit of the season and bearing shipment to the best de I it. Luxuriant growth does not always. ,'
t.; account,of thejsponging; vessels often was received, at Palatka- 26th ult.M. gree. Delaware produces a fine white I insure fruit. ..

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Y.atr[ I ,'Vill'they get it? I can speak only One Management Must Handle All. REAL ESTATE.

] emg. for one, but the Exchange knows it Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH

can depend upon him until the sound- Abuse of the Florida Fruit Exchange .
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in Roal Estate
wE; :MUST CONCENTRATE, ing of Gabriel's trumpet. Messrs. seems to be the order of the Bargains ,

-- orange-growers, this fight is ours. Vic- day, both by our disinterested friends,

Or :Lilliputian Organization, Will tory or defeat depends upon ourselvesand the commission merchants, and also

Drag:Down Even Big Men.: us alone. We are now at the "part- by anumber of very lukewarm friendsof "-"'ff"-
ind of the ways." We can go on as we the Exchange, who are doing the
Hernando Lands.
Growers themselves are to blame have been doing, furnishing unknownand part of "candid friends" with a will., County

for the ruinous condition of the fruit uninterested commission brokers Would it not be as well instead of

markets for a few years past, and it is ammunition with which to ruin our- abusing the Exchange for not getting I will sell for one-fourth cash a beautiful .

they alone who can 'remedy it. It is selves, or we can keep it to supply our better prices,to put it in their power to tract Oriole of In Eighty Hernando acres sloping County pine,for 1000.land near No

beyond argument that "if all growers own forces and defenders. The officer command higher figures by giving waste on the tract. No more Winter beautiful location -
for a magnificent Home and
would use the Exchange they could and'directors of our own home-made them a sufficient quantity of fruit to Orange Grove.Adjoining .

command the market." They could association who are doing the best men control the market? The whole the town site of Oriole and about

dictate as to what ;price the fruit can do to win the fight for us. They meaning of the Exchange, as I under- two hundred yards from the railroad and
,I offer 40 of land,all and
should be sold ,for, but they von't; will dojit; if we furnish the means. Thiswe tand 1 it, is to concentrate shipments to postofflce dry, for $1,000. Suitable acres for laying high out In

and the very' 'men ,who ought to know must do, or we gp to the demnition one controlling agency, thus avoidingthe town lots.

this best, and who do know it, have bow-wows.-J. D. Mitchell, in Daytona ruinous competition to sell between For sale thus fal'l' of room, painted house, next to the chief store
given no:sign making
any Messenger. hundreds of commission merchants and postofflce, built this year. Oriole has
change from former ,methods, which *_._< timid holders of fruit of all kinds. school,church, bakery,restaurant postofflce "
for three years resulted in breaking Sell for Cash. Shippers that send one box of fruit to railroad, and accommodations other attractive,features two stores for,.a sawmill ,per-

down the market, ,not only for the The best way to dispose of Florida the Exchange and twenty to other built manent there home.In past About two years.twenty-five Will sell houses for

mass of small producers, but for them- orange is, for the growers of the Stateto sellers to compete with them ("as one $400,or rent for$75 per annum.

selves. refer to certain large- growers unite and send them to the larger of your correspondents does,") do noth-
The Oriole Florida Improvement Company
prominent among whom are cities to be disposed of at auction, instead ing to assist the object of the Ex- have Just built for sale or rent,a two-story ,

Messrs. Bishop'and Harris, Hoyt and of consigning them to commissionmen. chauge, but, on the contrary, aid in double hou e In piazza the front.town single of Oriole piazza, five rear rooms, hall

others. Having large crops, and always No doubt this is a step in ,the defeating it. If all shippers acted in above and below. \V1llsell for $600, or rent

able to ship in carload lots, with right direction. All foreign fruits en- this way, the only thing gained, wouldbe for$120 per annum. Splendid location. .

agents of their'own in all the large tered at the port of New York are sold one more added to the immense '

cities they .have seemed to feel that in this way. But the better plan is for army of holders-for-sale of Florida

wharever might happen to' smaller fruit dealers to come here and buy our fruits, and in this case why should the r 1

men, they were secure in their own fruit, and send it forward to the Northern Exchange be expected to get better, Sumter County Lands. '

might. The result has failed to justifythis cities to be disposed of as they see or even as good prices as commissionmen

coiifi'Jcnce'that they were out of fit. It is enough for the orangegrowers ? Some of whom have been
the reach of freshets. The Eighty acres of high and dry pine land,
advantagestheir to raise the fruit. Dealers should building up a trade for years, the object i, within miles of Bushnell and St.Catherine
system and machinery give buy and sell it. This plan will ulti to be gained, is to make thee men Stations on F.R.&N.Co's line and same, distance -',.'
from Dragem and Pemberton Junctions
them are not sufficient to overcome the mately be adopted. Still the one of competitors for the purchase of Florida on F.S. R. R. Good orange and farming *

one fact that all markets are open to concentrating on some plan, even if fruit, and not for the selling of it for land. Price$1?per acre.

all comers, and that: while the big men not perfect, is better than the present us. Let us remember that abuse of In the town of Webster, on F. R. R. R..I
offer for sale 2 close by station 175 or-
are cautiously and judiciously humor- uncertain mode of disposing of the the Exchange is abuse of the fruit- ange trees Just acres coming into bearing;; house '-:t" "
the markets not to overload 21x23 feet one and a half stories high beau.
ing so as crop. In "union there is strength. growers whose creature the Exchangeis. ;
tlful place. Price$3,500.
them, the lilliputians. who "rush in "We take the foregoing from the Pa I It is not a company formed for

where angels fear to tread," and who latka News. It is a non-committal endorsement i private gain (as one would think from Lot of one acre in'Webster. yards from'.
station; house, 15x24 feet, two stories; a bargain '
ghip at haphazard can overload and of the Fruit Exchange. 'To reading some of the correspondenceyou ,$250. Fronts the station. '

swamp them any day by mere main unite and send to the larger cities," publish,) but a company for th*. !
and The fruit Small store house in Webster; living rooms '1;
strength a awkwardness. and "concentrating on some plan, gain of the growers themselves, and I above; corner lots; right at station. Will sell. ,,*
of the big men is no better than that plainly put, means patronize the Ex- think, considering the difficulties they or rent. -

of the little ones, and the competitionof change, which every thoughtful man have had to contend with, fairly suc- .! r

the latter,through the hands of com- knows is the only practicable or possi- cfssful both in their management andas .t

mission men, to whom it is sent, (and ble way of uniting or of concentratingthe ( a whole) in results. The pros- Marion County Lands. ,;"..f 't- ,
whose interest' ;'therein is limited to ten fruit at the present time. But the pectus for 1886 and 1887, which you '

per:cent.), is as destructive as if the News thinks an even better plan is to published October 25th, puts the advantage Fine Farm and Orange Grove. ;\

groves were ten, times as large. sell for cash. There cari be doubt of of the Exchange fairly and

The principle' the foundation of this;' but to sell we must have buyers. lucidly before its readers, and is of The best farm for the money In Marion .;
the Exchange was and is the controlof county; 7 miles from Ocala,the county seat;
We in the
cannot expect buyers as long as itself a proof of ability managing 4 miles from Bellevlew and 1% miles from
the orange crop through 'one management our oranges' are forwarded on commis- staff. Yours truly, Santos. Railroad stations on the F.R. &N.
Can be had at least $500 under Its value.
Without this, I see no hope sion ;; fruit merchants who receive fruit HARKY F. NICHOLL. It Is now high rich hammock; 45 acres In cultivation
for producers. The Exchange is the at.the owner's risk and get their profitout Mandarin,Nov. 10,1886. ,35 acres In timber. Two houses,a large
and small one. Near a spring of pure water.
medium through' which this can be of it, whatever it sells for, are not _- .. .r__ Over 200 orange trees,40 bearing. The aged
accomplished if the ''will it. owner,"unable to occupy It,Is selling it and
growers to
likely buy.
Rail Commission.Our guaranteeing 20 bushels of corn per acre,un.
And why anyone should be in doubt Just as soon as the Fruit Exchange fertilized; also the successful growing of
in this I Railroad Commission questionis every kind vegetable and fruit to be raisedin
have been able
1 never to un becomes a controlling power the valueof the orange belt,and a ripe,if well farmed,
derstand. Even if there was room for will be fixed, and a large looming up all over the State, and of$500 per annum on its price daring term of ,
oranges bids fair to command the attention of purchase years' time. Price $3,000,on four t!
doubt the experiment cannot result portion of the fruit will be sold on the payments,or$3,000 cash. 'f
worse than our present management.The trees for cash. The influence of the the people in every county and precinct ....d
organization was the outcomeof Exchange in this direction has been Judge W. H. Sebring, who has
the most careful reflection and just made a tour of the southern part i
con- already felt an unusual amount of *
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sideration on the,part of the most ex fruit has been sold on the trees, and of the State informs us that the voice HOMES IN FLORIDA ..
of the people in that locality is almost ; '
perienced and brainy business men of commission men are sending out agents
the State and' if it does not succeed unanimous in favor of a Railroad Commission :
instructed, if they fail to get consignments ., : I
and that
will be through no fault of the plan. enough, to buy. many representativemen

California adopted the same plan and The way to bring buyers to our are outspoken on this important Oriole, Hernando County.
its success phenomenal. If there question. There is no doubt of the ,
are doors is to give the Exchange all the
deficiencies in the details of management fruit not sold at home. When the fact that ]legislation is needed, and Send stamp for colored Map of Oriole and
information how to get a home in Florida,
believe it cannot be about
we brought
-which no one complained of growers do this, it matters not whether close by Railroad in active operation. Splen-
that I will be too soon. did orange lands. Large number new
am aware-they cor- million
the Exchange gets one box or a groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly, .
rected by experience: and time. Mr. boxes, it will have accomplishedthe coming in from all over the Union. Attractive '
Greenlenf whom all know and A of cucumbers plan purchase;but little cash.required."
we purpose for which it was organ- crate was shippedper Bargains offered. ..
trust, gives a very satisfactory reportof ized; in protecting the growers from Express from Cork station, five i."'

the results accomplished during the low prices and extortion. miles west of Plant City, on the 9th W. B. CLARKSON; :'t
short 'season of last year and expresses _.-< inst. They were raist d it: the Blooming t "

much encouragement of doing far bet- Several orange growers on the With- ale neighborhood. This is the Office: 72 J W.Bay St.,.up stairs,. "t'11":#=":!.
ter'this year' -provided they receive laeoochee river'have sold their fruit first shipment of vegetables for this

the hearty eo-operatioh the growers. :on'the trees at $1.25 per box. season that we have heard of. Jacksonville, ,.Fla.i" ,
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I7r&nsport&tion. not be obliged to pay freight on grainor preservation will not be successful, for
forage coming in or vegetables Poultry: water alone will not be sufficient to
others will be ,-- the fresh The
going out. Many com- keep eggs a state.
LEGISLATIVE ,CONTROL OF pelled to do the same. To be sure, Poultry Farming in Florida. same end can be secured by throwinga
RAILROADS.The corn and oats will not make us rich Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: handful of the fine lime into the vat
very fast, but we will have somethingto The location of a poultry farm is of every few days, but this i is a rougher
Way This was Accomplished show for our work besides the net the most importance. One contem- method, which may lead to trouble if
in' Iowa. returns from squashes 0.00. plating going into this business must not very carefully done. The great
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Now, there is a remedy for this extortion first select a suitable location as to object is to supply enough lime for the 1
I notice in".your issue of the 18th of and when it is applied the rail- State. Florida is no doubt the best preservation, but no more. When the jj
October that the representatives of road magnates will NOT say "I approveof State in the Union for all enterprisesof eggs are to be taken out of the pickle,
that powerful ,organization known as the course you have taken." this kind, but there are many por- they are carefully laced
the "Florida Fruit and Vegetable A number of years ago the railroads tions of this State unfit for this busi- in straw. If properly preserve it is
Growers' Protective Association" hada in Iowa held the farmers by the ness. In order to be most successful, difficult for any one not accustomed to
conference, with the railroad magnates throat and were as insolent as the I think there is no question. One the buying and selling of eggs to know
and President Cessna made a Florida railroads are now. The mer- should be on the coast, the Atlanticor them from freshly laid ones. They .
speech ; then Mr.Perry made a speech ; chants were indifferent, the manufac- Gulf; one seems to be as prefer- have not, of course, that bloom by 1
then Mr. Carney made a speech turers few, the laborers poor, and the able as the other. The greatest ad- which a fresh egg can always be
Then the railroad magnate arose farmers nearly bankrupt, corn was vantage of the coast is the easy feed- known, but then there are not ten per-
and said : "I approve the course the selling at twelve to ten cents per ing. There we have oysters, fish, and sons in every thousand who know any-
Association has taken." (Why bushel and sometimes at eight cents. plenty of small insects. As a general thing about the bloom.
shouldn't he 1)) "I cannot see how We burned vast quantities for fuel, thing the coast lands are richer than 4
the service is to be improved. Ratesto for it would not sell for enough to pay those of the interior, and one can White Leghorns.No .
all basing points are as low as the freight on coal. "We were driven to produce something from the lands, class of fowls that we have ever
transportation lines can afford to desperation and decided to make a without having to blow in all the had, either native or from abroad, has.
charge. You may consider this con- final stand for our rights. We organ- gains on fertilizer, etc. If necessaryto exceeded the Leghorn in laying num-
ference informal." ized ourselves into a compact organ- fertilize your lands, dried fish and bers of eggs. Their eggs,too, hatch remarkable .
That was all, and the representatives ization known as the Patrons of Hus- poultry manure are right at your door, well, the chicks develop very
of the association with the long bandry. We formed over two thousand free of charge.I fast, and they look like mature Ban-
name could go home again, having Granges in the State, an averageof had occasion to go down on In- tams when only six weeks old. They .
accomplished exactly what they should over twenty to each county. When dian river a short time since, and that make good broilers at twelve weeks,
have expected.Now .. the next Legislature convened, seventyone section seems to me to be one of the and the pullets begin to lay at an extremely -
;the magnate who spoke for the out of one hundred members of the best points for the location and engagement early age. Whatever may be
railroads knows perfectly well (if he House were members of our Order. of the business. said in favor of the new breeds now
is a competent officer) that the servicecan The State Grange, one thousand While at Titusville, Mr. Purdy, being "boomed" by their breeders and
be improved, and the rates mutt strong, met at the capital during the proprietor of the Lund House, told admirers, the Leghorn is a variety with
be 'reduced, as they are clearly too session. At that time I had the me eggs always brought thirty cents merit to commend it, and after the excitement -
high. But he could talk to those honor to be Master of the State per dozen the year around, and as you and enthusiasm with which
speech-makers as he pleasedbecause he Grange and presided: over their delib- go further south the prices are higher. the new varieties are regarded abates,
knew they,represented no constituencyand erations. It was a body of men not Along the great Indian river thereare and their merits fully discussed and
were able only to throw straw. to be trifled with. They were strongin thousands of places that are well compared with those of the Leghorns,
Now about rates. Last spring I numbers, determined in purpose, adapted to poultry farming. The reaction will set in, and we may expect -
grew a field of squashes, and made a intelligent in action, and backed by a land is good, most any cereal crop can to see the beautiful and useful
shipment which sold for $1 per crate, constituency that could make and unmake be raised, and there can be plenty of race of Sunny Italy more popular than
which I consider a very fair price. It legislatures and courts. We fish and oysters caught with little ever.
is as large a price as that vegetablecan appointed a committee to confer with trouble. In this section, DeLand, I 4
bear without placing it out of the the Legislature, drafted the desired find many disadvantages to this busi- New Breeds.
reach of the great body of consumers.At bills fixing reasonable rates for freightand ness. I think there could be money Fannie Field says that the "woodsare
a higher price the quantity con- passengers and preventing discrimination made here, but in no such quantity as full of new breeds, which their ad-
pumed must be comparatively small. and the Legislature made on hammock land on the coast. mirers are booming with all the mightof
Now this is the way my account stoodat them laws. the railroads "did not Anyone desiring to enter this busi- printer's ink. We have the White
the end of the shipment: approve of the course of our Associ- ness, and wanting any questions an- Plymouth Rocks, the White Wyan-
SQUASH ACCOUNT, DB. ation." We fought them through the swered, I will be pleased to do so dottes, Dingoes, the Motley Bells, the
To one crate..._.. .................. .......... 10 State courts up to a final and com- through the columns of the "Dis- Pea Comb Plymouth Rock and per-
Picking hauling, packing to station.nailing.....,..marking.......... .and..... 10 plete victory in the Supreme Court of PATCH," if in my power. Should liketo haps some others that are not yet
Freight to Savannah .. .................. 55 the United States, and the "Granger see some one make a grand successin named ; and if wo//believe all that is
Freight from Savannah to Boston.......... 10
Wharfage ................. .................. 02 cases," so called, settled the principlethat this business. Am satisfied there is claimed for them, each one possessesmore
Drayage .:. .................................. 08 carriers than other
good qualities
Commission_ _.......... ...................... 10 are common plenty of money, for the right party. any
'and subject to control by the people. E. S. RICHARDSON. breed of fowls on earth. But farmers
Total..._.:.... .................. .........,1.00 who have
Credit, by crate Squash sold................* 1.00 This principle having been fully set- DeLand, Fla.Preserving no money to experimentwith
tled it remains for in Floridato >-<* had better slow if have
Net returns. '........... ...... ...... .. ..... 0.00 now us Eggs--A German go ; you
assert our rights as citizens or for- fowls of a well establ bed breed, those
The rate by freight was ten cents ever hold our peace, and stop our piti- Method. that give returns for the food and care ,
lees but I sent by Express rather ful whining. We should cease to The eggs are placed in tubs or large bestowed, don't trade them off until
than risk the frequent losses occasionedby ask favor and demand our rights. vats as soon after they are obtained you know you can get something bet-
slow freight. There is fifty-five We want nothing more and should from the poultry-keepers as possible. ter. Sometimes it pays to 'make
cents freight on a crate of squashes to accept nothing less. Preparation of lime and water is made haste slowly.' "
Savannah. Jt exceeds the cost of DUDLEY W. ADAMS. by mixing about twenty gallons of .
crate picking, packing marking, hauling Tanglerlne, Fla., :Nov. 8, 1886. water with four gallons of fine slacked Preserving Eggs.
to station, carrying from Savan- .. lime, into which a gallon of salt is Eggs can be preserved in dry salt,
nah to Boston, wharfage, drayage and The facts are sifted down to this : also put. When the water appearsto and so preserved, keep good for a very
commission, all combined, by twenty- The Government and the State built have taken into solution as much of long time. Salt effectually keeps away
two per cent. A car will carry 600 these roads by land grants, and we are the lime as it is capable of holding, it the air, which is a most desirable thing
boxes of vegetables which at fifty-five taking every dollar that we can raise is then put over the eggs so as to com- with all eggs to be kept long, and it
cents per box would give the railroad from sales of our lands, and all thatwe pletely cover them, and it is usual not prevents mildew, or the growth of
8330.00 for hauling a full car to Savannah can borrow, to make truck and to pack the eggs quite up to the top of fungi. There is a slight taste givento
and still the representatives of oranges,to keep them running. How the vat, so that there may be two or the egg when salt is used, but thisis
the railroads have the effrontery, I long is this state of affairs to exist ? three inches of water above the top not at all objectionable.Mr. .
might say impudence,to say it is cheap i layer of eggs. It is, however, found
enough. The consequence to me was You can ship a barrel of cabbage necessary to add from time to time a H. B. Lock, of Keuka, has two
that the balance of my squashes rottedon from Chicago to New York for twenty- little more lime, or to keep a cloth of Adriatic fig trees which were plantedlast
the ground and I paid the railroadno eight cents. We pay ninety cents for lime on the top touching the water, in spring, then eighteen inches high.
more freight. Next spring I shall about the same distance of transpotta- order that, as the lime in the water is Now they are eight feet high, seven
plant my gjpund to corn and oats. tIt( tion ; over three hundred per cent. absorbed or loses its effect, more can feet across and eight inches around
is useless to plant squashes) and shall Why should this be? be taken up. Unless this is done, the the body.



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Citrus Croce. years ago, $1,200 from them, and from an orange grove in the limits of fogs HARDWARE, ETC.

present indications will do the same and black smut, because the labor and

this year.The expense of keeping the trees clean are S. B. HUBBARD & CO.,

CITRUS CULTURE .IN CALI lemon is harder to cultivate too great.

FORNIA. than the orange, and the crop is more -.. a JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

expensive to handle. The owner of a Why Trees Die.S. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
An Occasional Freeze Suitable
lemon-grove must have a cool curing-
Locations r.imitedSeedlings Saunders Neck attributes muchof DEALERS IN
house, if he would make anything out
the failure in trees to
getting orange
'Budded Trees-Lemon
vs. of his crop, because the lemon shouldbe grow to the planting of poor stock. Hardware, Stoves and Tin-ware,

Culture-Limes, Etc. picked before it is ripe, and placedin Old bark-bound stumps budded in the Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints,

In comparison, to the extent of bins in a cool room to cure. When wild grove, hard to make live, sensitive Oils and Varnishes, Pumps, ,
Southern California the localities
suited to the growth, ,of the picked the skin is thick and the fruit to the cold, and dear at any price, Lead and Iron Pipes, Sugar -
orange not but when properly
very seedlings budded where the seed
lemon and }ime are limited, Mills, Leather and
very saysa cured it comes out with a thin skin It the
careful observer. I mean by this was sown. dependsupon tap Rubber Bolt and
and an abundance of juice, and such root for its existence. There is a
that the''Places where the orange can fruit always find market at a Mill
a ready second-rate tree, slow to start off grow- Supplies
be brought to perfection, without codling good paying price, but the California ing ; will die back considerable be- .
l wrapping, etc., are few and limi- to find of every description.
growers are only just beginning fore it puts out. The only safe tree
ted in extent even in the far-famed
; this out.
is small that has been
a thrifty
Riverside there are many groves on There are few localities where the transplanted, well cared for and cultivated A "NEW DEAL"Deere

the lower ground where they get an lime does not get frozen. I know sev ; this class of tree will at all BY
occasional freeze, and where, in their eral in Riverside where
places they
times out the two former.
young stage, ,the trees have to be had planted them and had to discard the grow off with & Company
Healthy at start, grows
wrapped and covered each winter, and
them cut down
as they were every out trouble and gives the buyer
in the valleys nearer the coast, Los winter, but up here they do splendidly.A satisfaction. Persons who will persistin MOLINE' ILLINOIS.
Angeles,for instance, they get so many friend of mine, who lives about a
other than first-class
fogs that the fruit is more or less mile away, has one large shrub whichis planting stock cannot but failure nurs Two Horses can do the work of Three
ery expect or
spotted with fungoid growth, which
loaded every year. I saw it last losses in Thereare
materially affects their keeping quali- year when at its best,and it had bush large numbers of transplanting.reliable nurseries A SAVING OF ONE-THIRD
ties and sale so that, really speaking,
els on. Mr. Cook, my friend, told me the State. These
there is only the Mesa lands, near the he could and pick throughout only sup- IN THE COST OF PLOWING.
go every morning a ply first-class trees.
interior foothills, where the orange, bucket full. I had a pleasant Turud with power
many 24 inches
;;. 16 inches
lemon and lime will flourish summer drink from them. Mr. Cook never h.r/toibr. for
and winter where the fruit is broughtto Lemons.Of .
them the market ,
puts on as they require -
its highest perfection, and where, the same care as the lemon in all the fruits planted in Florida,

year by year, the grove yields a good handling, curing, etc. the lemon, as a seedling, is the least

income to the But given a Bearing groves sell all the way from reliable at the present time ; as the
good location panted to good budded the fruit the liable to deteriorate
$600 to $1,000 an acre, and when one coarser more -
fruit,there is no tree planted that will considers the first cost of land and from planting the seed. Fromits

yield, such an income as the orange. planting.and the after care and waiting liability to hybridize with other

The planting is done from Februaryto I don't think this price out of the fruits, and it is impossible to deter- .,,
June. Seedling plants cost from way, and if the orchard has been prop- mine from the appearance of the foli- ;

forty to sixty cents each ; budded trees erly planted and had proper care, the age of the lemon, as in the case of the
from seventy-five cents to one dollar and lime. The last mentionedwe
buyer has the best of the bargain, and orange Tie greatest v ImproTiaent of the Unit: ,
each. They are planted all the way will get a good and increasing interest can with almost a certainty deter-

from eighteen feet apart to thirty feet, on his outlay, for with proper care an mine the quality of the fruit to be THE "NEW DEAL" WHEELED
and the estimate of last season's plant- from the of either
orange or lemon-grove will yield all produced seedling ; WALKING PLOWS
ing in the three counties, namely, San the way from $500 to $750 an acrf but with the lemon we cannot, consequently ,
Diego, San Bernardino and LOB An- per year. we advise the budded lemonat SINGLE AND DOUBLE FURROW.

geles, was 1,000 acres, or nearly 100- .*-.- all times. We say this : If you THE "NEW DEAL" is lighter In draft and'more
000 trees, and these are almost exclusively What it Costs in California.We wish to avoid disappointment, neVI r more easily uniform handled furrow.than a hand plow, and cut a

Washington Navels. give below the ccst of an orangein plant a seedling lemon.-A. J. Bead!, THE "NEW D EA L" IB lighter draft,lighter In
The out-put of last season was about California the Putnam County. weight and lighter in price than a sulky plow,
according to estimateof and will! do all its work.
153,000 boxes, or somewhat over 35-, the Rural Californian. An inter- -*-+-<- THE "NEW DEAL" Gang cuts 24 inches with the
000,000 oranges, and Riverside alone be made be- Oranges on pine land groves around draft of a 16 I inch hand plow-a saving of 50 per
esting comparison can
cent. in labor. Does all the work of a four-
netted $300,000 for their crop. An tween these figures and the estimatesof Leesburg are splitting. horse riding gang with one less horse and little
orchard if it is well attendedto -* .- more than half the cost.
orange the of in Florida in
cost a recent -
Orange trees in Alachua are
and cared for will countyare
properly beginto issues of the DISPATCH.We insuring greatest strength with lightest weight.
pay about"the fifth year from plant- are using low-priced land in putting on a good full growth.At This is no untried and rickety experiment,and
these claims are not made recklessly to attract at-
ing. I use that word "if" advisedly, this estimate, and present prices of 4 tention. This system is the outgrowth of careful

for I saw an orange.grove, last week, trees and labor. In some years the Daytona a Kumquat tree three observation years, with and a experiment rational view reaching of the requirements.over a periodof
that had been planted four years, but trees will be fifty per cent. cheaper. and one-half feet high bore 140 ripe of the times.
the trees had been badly pruned fruit. They are superior to plows ,offered,
10 .,,... .,,........... any ever
F 10 acres of land@ $150. 1,500 and the most economical plowa ever placed in the
and managed that it will take three 750 budded trees @ 150............ ........ 1,126 -tH- market. Send for circular.
more before it will yield sufficientto Plowing and grading@$15.,............ 150 One firm has purchased almost the
years Planting and irrigating first month..... 25 State Agents for the above Plow.
cover expenses. That is the greatest Care for first year@f 30.................. 200 entire orange crop of the Lake Thono- ALSO

trouble out here ; every one thinks he Cost at end of first yean........... $3,000 tosassa region.
knows how to handle his trees, and lets Care for three years more@$200......... 60u ,-..* Deere & Co's Steel Pony 1, 2 and
Interest and incidentals................ 900 3-Horse Steel Plows Riding
them either grow at random for a yearor Several new patents on orange and ,
two and then goes in with a saw Cost at four years old............... $4,500 lemon sizers have been applied for.Some Walking and Plain Culti

and takes great,limbs out, or else trims It is customary with most writers to of these devises materially lessen vators.

them up to a little head and leaves a figure some profit up to this time, but the labor and cost of sizing this fruit. ALSO AGENTS FOR '

long tender stem exposed to the full the income is really very light, as prob- -.-.-.-
Planet Jr. Cultivator, and Garden Tools( ,
blaze of the sun. ably not more than one hundred boxesof Sweet lemons are a .favorite Mex-
Since the fair hal be from ican the Washburn &Moens ,
Chicago every one good oranges can picked dainty. They are shape, '
gone cracked, on budded fruit, and such an orchard at the end of the color and size of the lemons of com- BARBED WIRE FENCING. :

they have cut down their big bearing fourth year. After that, however, the merce, but are sweeter than bananas. We keep the largest stock of

seedlings, no matter how good the increase is rapid, and some orchardsin -. t .. AGRICULTURAL
quality, and budded them to Na- this section, at the end of the sixth The Scripture grove at Tampa has .
Tels. One grove at Riverside, sixteen year will give a profit of from $300 to been sold for $35,000. It comprises the Stat '

or seventeen,years old, and about $500 an acre. Very much dependson twenty-three acres-eight of old grove Catalogues.and ence Prices solicited.Rent free. Correspond' -

twenty feet high, has been treated in the care which the trees have, and and fifteen of three and f our-year 'j

this way, whereas, a sensible neighborof on the location in which thfiy are old trees. Mr. Scripture bought the Address .,., ;I

mine, who has about an acre of planted. We are already settled on grove five years ago for 84,000 and S. B. HUBBARD & CO.yt

.fdzteen-year-old seedlings, netted, two the point that i it does not do to plant has spent about$7,000 upon it. Jacksonville,Fly '<","-i iNOVEmtk

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Up. Florida beef kept the Confederacy Hive Building Frames.A just eleven and a quarter inches

\7- It is, of course; next to impossible for going for the last year and a half of badly made frame is extremely. square, which is the width of the outside -

every farmer to purchase and own a its existence, and that, after the war, annoying to handle under all circum- of the frame. The side bars can

full stock of good blooded animals on the for some time the State kept itself stances, and great care should be taken be held while nailing by two wooden

farm: ; ,, and yet we know, from experience above water by shipments of beef to by all, to have them strong and well buttons or springs placed within

that good stock yield the most the West Indies, amounting to as put together with square corners. three-eighths of an inch of the side

profit, and that,- too, i in the shortest much as 50,000 head per month. This will insure accuracy when sus- pieces. These pieces at both top and_

time'and in ,the most satisfactory man- .M pended in the hive and ease of bottom should have the inside corners

ner. Yet there are few farmers who handling when covered with bees cutout trifle over three-quarters of an
To Kill Lice on Cattle. inch to admit of the bar
are not able to commence a system of and filled with brood and honey square top
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : coming down to the top of the side
breeding selecting the very best Should there be a tendency to
up have them For killing lice on cattle Professor economise in bars of frame ; the bottom recess will
stock you matting carefully any particular, by
and them the Cook gives it as his opinion that a de. material in admit the ends of top bar while the
giving care necessary using cheap fitting up a
to receive the best growth, and coction of tobacco is the best and the. small apiary, let it be in almost any bottom piece is being nailed on.

then'follow up this 'plan as closely as simplest treatment. It is easily and other direction than in the frames or When all is completed procure ,what
quickly made by pouring boiling water are known as light three-penny nails, \
possible This is the' first plan, and the material of which they are made.
there is no reason why any farmer upon any kind of tobacco-even stems In this climate I have known quite (three penny line) to distinguish them
will do. One application of the decoc- from three-penny common nails, whichare
'follow. A better plan, and serviceable hives made out of common
fjcannot '
one that will give belter results 'in a tion (when cold) will usually be found pine packing boxes when other mate- too heavy and are liable to split
'time is select the best sufficient. C. H. W. rial accessible the time. the frame material. Place the two
>snorter ,to very w :8 not at \
female you have on the farm and *-.-. These can be thrown aside when better side bars in position, which are held'

purchase a;; Iobo.dted male d.otft'-; ch Get Rid of Poor Cows.If hives can be procured, but not so with by the buttons or springs from, the,inside I
** : of the form. Lay on the top bar
creeds) ae seem ap t' e frames. When once filled with honey
have got a lot of old or properly, drive two nails in each end
you poor ,
wmtBrand mate with them. This, of comb and occupied by a colony of
cows on hands, now is the time to reverse the frame to nail on bottom
but the bees it would times be troublesometo
course. entails some, ,outlay, at
get rid of them. It does pay to keep piece, one nail in each end will
results secured, .are,so,much better and remove and transfer to frames of
better J grade' of stock secured in a them over the winter, nor to keep at better quality.For be sufficient. If a comb guide is desired -

i any time, unless valuable for breeding and a piece frame material can be
?fmticli 1 lees time,that every.farmerl1can present use, a few coloniesof
purposes. A man may be cow-poor as split with a saw or thumb gage, and
make. the investment profitable. bees, material for frames can be
"*Wben to consider the time well as land-poor. Many a dairyman ripped by hand out of white pine or nailed underneath the top bar,to attach
we come would-be has failed foundation
if its is
or dairyman, to use desired-the
required to:mature, the price received make his business pay because he hada cypress and dressed to the proper remaining piece can be placed hori-
market know- thickness, though where access to a
when they are sent to ,
lot of poor cows on his bands that zontally three or four inches below to
saw-mill be had it is better
can to
ing that it costs more, proportion, did not give milk enough to pay for assist in supporting the comb insteadof
the material sawed from
market have out sur-
to receive and for so
prepare their the frame for that
keep. wiring purpose, II
faced lumber. The common Florida
faQ labor and expense to the farmeris .. which
I do not approve of in this cli-
the of pine is almost too hard 'to use for
concerned, as work must necessity -
mate. the above directions are
be continued considerably Effect of Improved Breeds. frames, especially when seasoned, and
followed each frame will be
longer the farmer really can- it should not be nailed together before,
average An Illinois drover and butcher says exactly square, and of the same di-
not,afford,to. ,keep the ,gradesof as it is liable to warp. Where not
t : poorer that twenty-five years ago it was very mensions. Allowing the hive when
stock. ,Better ,a Jess, number, that within reach of a supply dealer who
difficult to find yearling steers that completed to consist of bottom board,
could furnish the material cut to the
wii1;insure your profits in. a shorter
t& would weigh 600 pounds live weight. first and second story, with cover well
I would that
time, even though they were no greater They not considered proper length, suggest made and cleated
were fully ripe to prevent warping,
the desired quantity should be rippedhalfinch
itself would be'an iten ofsufficient
that of until four years old, and then 1,500 and eight frames in each story all 'is
wide from double surfaced
i i to make the
importance pounds was considered an extreme now ready for the bees. When
boards. This can be done by op-
farmer a profit ,sufficient to cypress
>.average The is better afforded
weight. feeding now no portunity is to procure,sheetsof
( time
for the
4 Then with paying required to
piyfor'the investment. than then or at least not more costly. pass comb foundation, it would be wellto
,,;earlier| :maturity is the lessening;the, Solely by improved breeding it is it through the saw much cheaper than attach strips a few inches in"width
by hand. The strips should be cut
'risk loss the time it
as longer re- found to the if full
possible produce yearlingsthat to comb-guide sheets are not
qujres\ the, .stock ,to mature, ,and_ ,be weigh 1,000 pounds, threeyearolds partly half-inch wide, and some quarter desired. This can be done by pressingit
wide for
inch the bottom of
market the will be
r6ady for larger :
heavier than the old fouryearolds against the guide with a knife while
.. ''tbe.r, lk.. Then are obliged to frame. These are then cut the proper
( you and steers
full-grown weighing warm. Where it it is not to be had,
feed,and care that much longer ,and length: in a mitre box made for the I
: ,
: 2,000 pounds or more. There is cer- a strip of melted wax can be run on
and nailed in form
: moire' feea ,is of course required to purpose, a to insure
: bone and frame in the
tainly no more the guide with a spoon, which will be
keep,the:stock gaining they, should, stock and it is perfect accuracy. The following are substitute
improved consequentlyworth the next best to insure
the dimensions of each
"i all of which is, indirectly cutting piece to makea '
more per pound to the butcher.If frame straight combs, without which, the best
Gallup :
.: .down. the_ profits. it has taken more feed, it has returned movable frame hive is rendered as un-

For some time back the farmer's a larger proportion to the Top bar,one piece, Long.13 in "Wide.Kin Thick.f In I effectual to manage as the common'
he has been ableto Side bar,two pieces,\Q% %
fcprofit8vonwHat; : stock manure heap. i box hive.
Bot'm bar,one p'ce, 114! Jg 4
send to market-has.been:small,. and 4 i The best frame hive that was 'ever

it is surely business economy to use all Keeping* Up the Herd. To insure accuracy in sawing to the I constructed will afford no better returns -

the means possible to increase the proper lengths, make a mitre l>ox two than a b6i' hIve'or gum, if it is

: profits )whenever i it ,can be done. If If you have a good herd and wantto or three feet. long, about four inches not,given the care and attention.it requires -

"'pure stock is not a possibility for.every keep up its quality, or an indifferent wide, with a movable follower or head at the proper'time.. '

farmer, good graded stock,is, and the one and want to raise the standard, block to shift to the length of the ;r: Y. D. .

sooner' the work is begun the better. be sure to provide a sire which comes pieces given above. Fasten securelywith New Smyrna, Fla.

There has hardly been a time when from a milking family and can trace a screw to the proper distance Mr. Francis Trueblood*.*-1 will' ". i,.

good stock: : could be purchased at such his pedigree back to good milking from the saw, place as many strips on Bronson this seaso start: He an
.,pricesasat the present, so that now ?tock-the farther the better. Do notdepend edge as the width of the box will ad- apiary has made the business, at Archer

is a moat favorable time to make an upon the cow, however good, mit, square off! the ends and saw off and thinks five hundred'colonies pay woulddo

investment. A good bull, boar and I to give character the offspring. You the desired quantity to make the num- well Bronson. _

ram an'all be purchased at very : might as well depend upon the soil to ber of frames wanted.To at---. .. -

reasonable, prices, and the good re : determine the character of your crop make a form for nailing together Mr. S. S. Alderman, of'V ewahitcLka -

sultsby .j judicious.' management, ,can regardless of the seed planted. The procure a solid piece of board or plank owns the largest apiary.,sduth of

be made very far reaching. It is soil can only make the crop good or about eighteen inches long and eleven the Apalachian range at big pldce''ohLake

easily possible to build up the stock poor: of its kind Just so it is with : inches wide; to this nail securely a Chipola, Calhoun county, and:

t on the farm,if'proper cara js taken to the cow. She,will not give you a Jer- piece from four to six inches; wide, pro- thinks i 'that this point is 'an'excellentone l,]

select the very best that you have for sey calf from a Shorthorn bull, nor a .jecting one inch, on the front side. for engaging in that: business.. : '...'

breeding, and once a start is made, good dairy animal from a bull possess- This is for the base to stand upon. Mi HM HI H MMMHMaMiMMMMHHMBMV I

keep 4 it up. Bach cross will be an ing poor dairy blood. More dependson Just five and five-eighth inches 'from More corn and hay 'has .been harvested -

improvement ,N. SHEPHERD. tne,quality of the bull than'on the' a.IiQedrawn': perpendicularly through hr Clay county the'past1 season

lU4on,Miller Co..,Dig quality of the cow. the centre of the board, on each side, by the farmers than ever before.

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.. 'T fall. It is perfectly hardy at the North Beauty in Flowers.A .
floriculture, and often blossoms during a warm spellin taste for flowers and plants is a Entomology.

winter in Florida. They must be bond of sympathy that encircles the BY WM. H. ASHMEAD.
BY W. C. STEELE. partially shaded in Florida.-ED. best of our race in every land and
--Culture'4 .. condition. Flowers are not prized because The Stinging Caterpillar.Editor .
of Flowers in the South. I
Plants in they are fashionable-they
Editor FLORICULTURE:, Living-Rooms. appeal FLORIDA DISPATCH:
Perennial flowers are more cultivated The Farm and Garden devotes con- to the sense of the beautiful, and I send you by this mail what is to
it do few other
in the ,South,than annuals, chiefly siderable space to the consideration of satisfy as objects. us a very curions "varmint. I send
Their is universal-all
because annuals require more care and the above subject. The argument and understand language it.Vick's nations it for identification. I wish you to

patience, while perennials, are no care conclusion reached is given below. .. .. May. please hand it to Mr.\ Ashmead, the
at all., If a shady' place is selected ""The impression seems to prevail --- "Bugologist." I should have sent it
and the soil good, there is no reason that growing plants in the house are Shipping Cut Flowers. to him direct, but I have not his ad-
why we,should, not raise the annualswe injurious to health, and we know of The following, taken from the ad- dress.
do North. What we need is a little many instances where they have been vertisement of a Bostoa dealer in cut The thing, by some means, got
more perseverance and patience.We turned out of doors simply because flowers, shows that they may be senta onto my wife's dress yesterday before
very frequently buy some delicate their influence on the atmosphere was l long distance if properly packed by she knew of its presence. She touchedit
plants and put them out in a sunny considered deleterious. This conclu- one who understands the art : with her wrist ; it immediatelystung
spot where they generally die. Thenwe sion seems very strange when we take "1,600 MILES FROM:: BOSTON. her in twelve different places at
are apt to say that they will not into consideration the fact,that but for "This is to inform you that the once. The stings at first looked like
grow here. Lily of the Valley, Lilac, vegetation we could not exist at all. roses sent February 18th arrived last bee stings ; they were in two parallelrows
Peonies, Tulips, Fuschias and many "The leaves of plants, trees and evening at 6 o'clock-on the 22dtomy about or nearly one-eighth of an
others have been denounced. The shrubs purify the atmosphere upon calculation about 96 hours' con- inch apart and an inch in length.
Lilac, I presume will not bloom here which we subsist, restoring it to its finement. They are perfectly fresh, They soon began to cause intense
for I have read several accounts of normal condition, rendering it healthyand retain their odor, and are fine ; also pain from the wrist to the shoulder ;
that fact in our papers. Lily of the salubrious when vitiated by the the smilax." R. MAITKE. a red line ran from the wound to the
Valley and Tulips will bloom here as breath of animals. The plant feeds New Orleans, La. shoulder ; the bone seemed to be most
well as in the North. I have never upon that in the living-room that is If roses can be sent from Boston to affected. Various remedies were applied -
succeeded, in getting a Fuschia to injurious to us, and in return gives us New Orleans and arrive in good con- but without avail, until late in
bloom, as the frost killed mine last an atmosphere adapted to our necessi- dition, then we ought to be able to the evening a poultice of flaxseed
winter, but the plant was fine and ties. It is by no means uncommon to send them from Florida to New York, meal and laudanum gave relief. To-
healthy and it would probably have hear this objection raised against plantsby which would not require over half the day the arm is still painful, but can
brought forth flower buds. him who is constantly poisoning the time. be used. "
The Abutilon is a good substitute atmosphere with tobacco smoke. While If Mr. A. can identify the "baste"we
for the Fuschia, and is well adapted I weare confident the plant in the living Stocks for Roses. shall be pleased to have him do ?o.
to this climate. The annuals that do room does far more good than harm, Seedlings of the Polyantha Rose as no person to whom we have shoutdit .
best here are Balsam, Mignonette, .' we are also confident that the moral have been proved in French practiceto has ever seen one.
Sweet Allysum Marigold influence the geranium exerts J. H. STONEY.
Impomopsis, upon be superior to all other stocks on
,Zinnia, Petunia, Portulacca, the household is far greater than that which to bud other varieties. The Daytona, Fla., Nov.9,1886.REPLY. .
Batchelor's Button Coxcomb, Gillar- which evolves from an old pipe, or seeds germinate promptly in fifteen or .
dia, Phlox, and Pink Marigold, even the best Havana cigar. thirty days, can be pricked out into Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
Zinnia, Petunia and Gillardia may be "Such experiments as have been the in the and The "varmint" sent by Rev. J. H.
open ground spring,
planted in the open ground. Mig- made to test this matter have been di- will make a growth that enables themto Stoney is the "stinging caterpillar" or
nonejte and Sweet Allysum should be rected rather to the discovery of the be budded in August and Septem woolly bear, the larva of a bombvcid
planted in a large box, and after- amount carbonic acid given off' by ber. The roots are numerous and moth, (Lagoa opercularis.)
wards, ,when the plants are six weeks I plants at night than to the general fibrous. In a batch of Polyanthus It is found feeding, most frequently,
old, it is,well enough to sink the box composition of the air of the rooms in in all on the oak and orange, although 1it
seedlings seedlings,
as some
in the ground in a shady place. The which they were located. As a matter will be of delicate growth, and these has other food plants ; the moth into
box will decay in a short time. Pinks of fact, no sufficient, reason has ever should be rejected as stocks, but they which it transforms, attracted by the
should be transplanted when six weeks been assigned for excluding plants need not be lost, as they will, in most lamplight, is not an unfrequent-
old. Such,shrubs as cream flowering from rooms, though it is well under to be valuable flower- itor in our houses at night.In .
cases, prove a as "
Pomegranate, Achania, Malriscus, stood that some plants those exhaling ing varieties. "Orange Insects, 1880 page 50,
Thea Bohea, (Tea plant) Lemon Ver- certain powerful odors, for instance The following are some of the best I have treated of this species and
bena (Aloysia citriodora) and Banana should not be kept in bed or other known varieties of this class : Mignonette \ there cite an instance of a boy who
,Shrub, (Magnolia Juscata) are very rooms unless the apartments are well Mad, Cecil Bruner, Little White was stung by one of these caterpillars.Mr. .
desirable. and easily grown. All the ventilated. The question, so far as the Pet, and Paquerette. Stoney's description is a vivid
Jasmines do well here, and many production of carbonic acid is concerned .. and truthful illustration of the
other shrubs and plants. The Plum- is of little moment, for the quantityof severity and painfulness of its sting.
bago is a beautiful plant. They that gas given off during a night by Large Lawn Plants. The sting is caused by stout barbed
spread quite rapidly and bloom any conceivable number of plants The following account of some very hairs hidden under the long woolly
through the summer and late in the likely to be placed in a room is so large specimens of lawn plants is taken covering, and there are other cater-
fall ; a cool, shady bed should be selected small as to be practically harmlessOn from the Country Gentleman. Can j pillars belonging to the family Bom-
for them. Almost all bulbs do the contrary, it has been proved anyone make a better report for Flor- bycidcB that have the power of sting
well here. Plant them in Novemberand that flowering plants are health pro- ida-grown specimens? mg.
be sure and ,take up before our ducers, owing to the amount of ozone We examined recently some of the O 4
hot summer months. generated by them and it has been lawn plants of huge growth, on the The twig and" leaves forwarded by
Dahlias should planted in Augustin asserted that, however produced, there grounds of D. M.\ Dunning,of Auburn, "Occasional, is affected by a fungoid
a shady place. ,The Tritoma is a seems no difference of opinion as to N. Y., Caladiums stood seven to eight growth. Having made no special study
handsome plant-that should be more the value of ozone in our atmosphere, feet high, the leaves measuring over in fungology, I can neither give the
cultivated. I will give a little space for the majority of chemists are agreed four feet long and two feet ten inches name of the species, nor the cause of
to Pansies before I close. They are, that it is the great purifier, and not wide. Cannas (var. Robusta) were its growth on the orange.
in my opinion, the most beautiful flow- one attributes to it any deleterious in- ten feet high. The Banana (Musa 4
ers that God has created. Never try fluences. Entete) measured nine feet high, the "The :bug in a box," sent ,by;our
to separate Pansies when they have "As still ether testimony, it may be largest leaves five and a half feet long correspondent}? ii the saddle-backed
grown to be large plants, there is only stated that an association of pharmacists and two feet eight inches wide ; and caterpilla, the larva of a noctur'riialmoth
,one central root. Take some tin cans, in Paris, discussing this questionof the entire stalk near the ground was Empretia stimulce; it is a fare
in early spring, and fill with rich soil,' the influence of plants in bed-rooms sixteen inches in diameter. The seed insect, although an omnivorous feeder
sow the seed and let the plants remain upon the health of the occupants, the for this plant was planted in July last being found eating the leaves of many
in the cans. The best earth is taken conclusion arrived at was, that plantsare year, and it was a small plant when trees and plants besides the orange.It .
from compost pile, mixed with clay: beneficial, especially to consump- taken from a ten inch pit and let on is so rare that comparatively
You can sow ,seed in September and tives,plants without flowers being preferable the lawn about June 1st this year. All damage may be apprehended from1 its
have flowers (before frost, and if some to those in bloom. Then do not these plants are in beds that were excavated attacks.
care. ;is: exercised they can be kept be afraid of plants, either in living or two feet deep, filled with compost I., '....
through the:winter. IMOGENE. .sleeping-rooms. They are healthful tq and have been well supplied with Oranges are ripening rapidly alongthe !! .
The Pansy should always be sown in I l the occupants rather than otherwise" water and good drainage. Halifax.

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. THE FRUIT EXCHANGE. I II Current Comment. will ever be, if they hang on the trees .'
I I Cassava.R.E P. makes out "
very until the next freeze. I am sure Mr.
'A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. A Endorsement good showing for this vegetable, bothas Reasoner spoke hastily without due
Hearty by Judge
to productiveness and also as to its consideration else he is
I or
,To Subscribers.We Cessna, President of the Flor- very
value for food for man and beast.If I well acquainted with St. John's river
are sending our notices of ida Fruit and VegetableGrowers' it is so rich in starch and other i oranges. I tasted some of Mr. R's

arrearages due on subscription. Subscribers Protective valuable ingredients, and can be made : oranges at Palatka on Wednesday I
Association.Editor ,
will favor us by giving, the produce 200 bushels per acre on "poor Nov. 10, and they were very good. !
attention. Delinquents FLORIDA DISPATCH: land, then every fruit and vegetable- But I have eaten oranges since I came
same prompt
Through the Florida Fruit Ex- grower in the State ought to devote a home that were nearly or quite as -
will be ,dropped from the list after
change is my answer to the question, portion of his land to this crop. It good. Moreover, I challenge him to
twenty days. Where errors appear in could be used instead of and
grain, a comparison of time
"How can I best sell ? oranges any
my oranges
printed slips on paper kindly notify thus keep at home part of the moneynow after December 15, and before January -
A careful
of methods
ua at' once. investigation sent North for corn, etc. 1. Let him send some of hi&

leads me thus to conclude : best to the editor of the DISPATCH andI

Evaporated Okra. 1. Because nearly perfect distribu- A Long Peach Season.Beginningwith will do the same and allow him to

A ,manufactory is in operation in tion of the fruit in the various marketscan the Peen-to in May and closing decide upon the merits of the orange
with "My Favorite" in October gives a This competition to be confined to the
Mobile for drying okra. When dry be had, thereby reducing the pos- constant supply of peaches for almost common sweet seedlings of the Stateor

the gumbo or okra is shriveled, andresembles sibility of a "glut" and consequent half the year. such common varieties as the Ar

wood shavings, but when ruinous prices. i It is evident that, if peaches cannot cadia, common Navel], etc., etc. We
i be profitably grown in all sections of have not yet fruited of the new
placed in water it resumes its original 2. Because the Exchange secures me any
the State that certain
we may expect fancy varieties.
color, freshness and flavor. Five or from competition with myself, and en- favored localities will yield such large

six hundred bushels have been dried blep the of fruit will
purchaser my to buyin crops as keep our markets well Shares in the Fruit Exchange.The

this year, and from 1 ve to eight thous- safety, as no consignments will in- supplied. reduction of the value of these sharesto

and bushels will be dried next season. terfere with his market. ten dol'ars each will be a step in the

There is ready sale for this product. Acclimating Fruits-On this ques- right direction. But it does not go far
--4 3. Because I get the benefit of car- tion I shall not attempt to make any enough. Ten thousand stockholders

From the Apiaries.Editor load freight rates on small as well as reply at this time. I hope soon to would be worth more than twice as
lots. have some "arguments" to offer, or at
FLORIDA DISPATCH: large much as five thousand would be to the
At this writing the colonies within 4. Because the Exchange collects least the "assertions"'; of some one elseto association. Though ten dollars] is nota

accou of the saw palmetto are busily any overcharges, etc., that may occur, On support one point my own.there may be a slight very hundreds large sum of growers of money in, yet the thereare State

working upon the syrup secreted on thus relieving me from vexatious de misunderstanding. I do not claim who could not spare even that amount

the surface of the berries. This syrup, lays. that it is possible to take a special va- without serious inconvenience. It

though dark, r. an excellent substitutefor 5. Because, under these circumstances riety to a new climate, and by culti-- would be much better to put the sharesat
vation it its surround-
adapt to new
five dollars and then sell them in
honey, and all colonies are in a fair ,
a higher and greater uniformity ings ; though I have some pretty strong halves, so that, if necessary, two dollars
way to secure a bountiful supply, which of be evidence tending to that even
prices may reasonably ex- prove and a half would buy an interest in
will carry them over the winter. pected at no additional expense to the this may be done in some cases. the Exchange. W. C. STEELE.

The berries are more than usually consumer, the luxury of the commis- My claim was simply that if a spe- Switzerland Fla.
cies of fruit could be ..
made to
". .abundant, and our apiaries on the sion man being partially eliminated producesped -e
in a new climate and then new The farmers in the western part of
peninsula are specially favored as 6. Because the Exchange is "well- plants were grown from the seeds that Levy county have formed a Mutual

there are neither cattle nor hogs to up" on the condition of all the princi- they would be more nearly adapted to Protective Association, something on

consume them'-as is the case on the pal markets, hence the chances for the climate than the parent variety, the order of the Granger movement,

'main. ;l land. In some apiaries the mistakes are less. I and that if this process was repeatedand and propose to purchase their suppliesin
losses. have been over fifty cent the experiment was carried far bulk, at the lowest figures obtain-
per 7. Because a systematized business : enough the result would be the pro- able. They propose to have a general
from spring count, but with a propi-
is always preferable to a haphazardone. duction of a variety or varieties thor purchasing agent, who will do the
tious season they will soon be made up oughly adapted to the conditions of the
W. K. CESSNA. buying, and each man will get his sup-
again. JOHN Y. DETWILER.New Gainesville, Fla.,Nov. 11, 1886. locality, both as to soil and climate.I plies at the lowest price possible.Meteorological. .
Smyrna Fla.,November 8,1886. set no limit to the time required to .
----wThe bring about this result. It might be .

Tariff on Tropical Fruit. F., F. & V.-G. P. A. done in a lifetime, or it might requirea h..

Considerable irrelevant matter is In a recent number of the Florida century. Yet a series of carefully M 1aql Bam *dClCS..c:>:..: .-g .:.:: <.

going the -rounds of the State papers Agriculturist, Mr. Dudley W. Adams conducted experiments mustshow some cd .. 91111R 9 JO waA.V: :UUUs.U: ::=::.:.Ux ; 02
progress in a very few years.I ex) .fill to'ex
about the "ad valorum" in very readable animad-
duty on indulges some ) a NH
am very sorry to have given the .
oranges. The duty on oranges, versions upon the Florida Fruit and impression that I felt any jealousy of ._.: H x 04 Sj' plwnII I aoi-I t-orM-. '30 cctsqipajpunq "fr'-' O fo o

lemons,,etc._, is as follows :' Oranges inn Vegetable Growers' Protective Asso- the Bidwell peach. Such is not the >4:: 0 T. *3a

boxes, not exceeding two and a half ciation, recently organized at Ocala. case, on the contrary I am glad to 0 o ''J{:>OI9A I -H h IO 10 Hi M: 008288S8E *

cubic feet, per'box, twenty-five cents J Unfortunately for his conclusions theyare welcome any and every variety which z; SiOQ -g 25a
seems to possess real merit and promises i en fIr : uo1aaIIQ: I : 25o
half boxes, not exceeding one and a based upon misinformation as to to be a valuable acquisition. i .E 0! I vzzzwmz: &

quarter cubic feet, per box, thirteen facts, he says : "It was insignificant in blu w fIIIlD. .CQ C k)

Jn bulk 1000 $1.60. In numbers in Pecans.-The of the fir! '
cents. per totally wanting courage descriptions 2; -
.:c p o PUB saqoui: uH \ >H
barrels,not exceeding size of ordinary and entirely under the control of members improved varieties of these nuts read m UUJUI'8.I LIwa t:

flour barrel, per barrel, fifty-five cents- who came there on free railroad well and are quite appetizing. But can 3 these trees be depended to ; .
upon repro-
In packages, not specially providedfor patsct. The association adopted constitution duce themselves from the seed ? If a I d1IBQ I ...i8.o8r:2: br o.uuaJ'i t

twenty per cent. and by-laws and elected about not, are they easily propagated by x a... R 3ti
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LEMONS.. In boxes, not exceedingtwo one-third of their number to office." grafting or budding ? o* I E-4 I u. e 4).(..)

and a half cubic feet, per box, It was the largest gathering of the CDOC O. mmJUK I 11-h o f hlh .. I
the St. John'8.-I "q
thirty cents. In half boxes, per half kind ever held in the State. There Oranges along am S 3:1).I319mO.l'8g -
to notice that Mr. Reasoner has '
sorry ; I- : .:
box, sixteen cents. In bulk, per 1000 WM not a person present who came become somewhat excited over the JO"Si g-c? ;g- )- CI)!
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$2.00. In other packages not enumerated thither upon a free pass-there were accusation that they were shipping 2 I igg i 222 w
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twenty per cent. but five officers elected from more than "green oranges" from Munatee. He "oh :: :: :: :: J:i :, : aaai. ... .
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PINE-APPLES: and slips for cultiva- We think that Mr. Adams was not cg H =;.;. ii I
their oranges, "are sweeter and better Ja Ii
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tion, free. Preserved thirty-five percent there and there was but one delegate ftt this minute, (Oct. 25,) than the 2 'g-gii .!P ST

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FLORIDA.'DISPATCH Fine bearing.ornnge- o e" 1,000.trees, I have on hand a limited quantity of Orange Throve to a family understanding "

Is a 20 to'J&-page weekly,devoted-to AGBICUI/- for sale, quarter of mile from Lake Como Florida grown KAFFIR CORN SEED, the cultivation of fruit trees. 4
TUBE, HonnctJLTUBE, INDUSTRY and IMMI- Station, J., T. & K. W. R. :R. ; 30 acres grown by myself this'season. For prices Bonds required. S. E. WIN: Low ,t

GRAdffON of the SOUTHERN in FLORIDA STATES.SubacrlptloD and. the COAST BELT of beautiful high land, beautiful lake for or information address. Dunedm, Hillsborough County FJa.

Kates boating or fishing lovely island (lA acres) JOHN A. GERMOND, <
'in lake hammock land 'gOOd Keuka Fla. Wanted
out high ,
Annumt2.bO. Months 1.00. Three
Per Six ,f
of DISPATCII-issueitof OCto-
Months, 50c. buildings. This is one of the best groves"in .*<. Copies
Club'Hates. Putnam county. Price, 10,000;'quar.ter Wanted. ber l nth and 18th. Address .

In clubs of,four$160() each per annum. In down, balance easy terms. AddressC. Man and wife; man to take charge of CIIAS. ,V."D COSTA,. i
clubs of.eight*$ .$each per annum. In clubs B. SMITH, 12 West Bay street.Jacksonville, I farm, fruit trees and dairy. Wife to do 4ti Publisher.
of twelve$1.00 each per annum. -- -.. ;
light housework for small family. A
With Other Publications.We Consumption Cnred.
good place for right parties.! Address
club with every periodical published In Williams, Clark & Co's High Grade 11. lY., REED. An old physician, retired + '
the United States and Great Britain. Rateson Bone Fertilizer is considered the best Waycross, Ga. tice, having had placed in hie hand JJt.: 1

application.Remittances now in the market. Office 64$ West Bay -- -. ., an East India missionary the'formulaof;
and business correspondence should be addressed street, Jacksonville. Fertilize a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy '

toCHAS. ?+.. With Upland Cotton Seed,at. $12 per ton. and permanent cure of Consnm cif
W. DACOSTA Publisher
Jacksonville, Florida.Special Wanted.A For prices on car-load lots address Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma a 1<\'
man who understands preparing MAYS & PARTRIDGE Throat and Lung Affections', also aj> i!
Smoking Tobacco, for market, and manufacturing Monticello, Fla. tive and radical cure for Nervous ]

Notice to New Subscribers. .. same into cigars. AddressF. *-+-. ity and all Nervous Complaints,after ha
S. JONES, Herndon, Ga. I tested its wonderful curative
The attention of those Florida Orange Grove for Sale. ing owi
contemplating ,
in thousands of cases, has felt it Inafflt
subscribing to the DISPATCH is Messrs, Wm. &Jno. Stock, Interlachen, 200 Twenty bearing acres 3000 good trees land in ; 1200 trees, to make it known to his suffering fellc .
called to our Special Clubbing) Arrangement Fla., September?, 1886. says: "We applied hurt by freeze, buildings,nursery etc.; health Actuated by this motive, and a desire tp

with the Weekly' N. Y. four pounds per tree to our two- and water good. Price low-terms easy. relieve human suffering, I will 6 .year-old grove in :March last, and are perfectly I Drawer M Jacksonville Fla. 8ti of charge, to all who desire it, this' ;,
1V rld. Two dollars and fifty cents ,
satisfied with the season's growth.We !
.. in German, French or English, with I t
secures the Weekly World acid fLORIDA would'rather have the Mapes at the I -- --- '
Cuttings of three varieties of the Fig directions for preparing: and using. ,6ent
DISPATCH for one year including price than an untried fertilizer at half the I furnished to order at $2 hundred. by mail by addressing,with stamp namn

as a premium a copy of theWorld' cost of Mapes.\ --" --.- -- : Small cuttings of six inches per sent by mail, ing this paper, W. A. NOTES, 149 Pout
of the United States H. REED er's Btock, Rochester, Ar. }7.
History Proprletaiy Medicine post paid. ,
bound book the Dr. Green's at Box 253. Jacksonville -----e---- .
a neatly containing A visit to Laboratory, Seed httK deed u-, e. -,?
history of our country up to the pres. Woodbury, N. J., has considerably -{ -- Wanted.A -e. MJl M 5,000'Bushel Choice Texas 'Rust PSooi.
changed our views, especially our
time. Address the Oats.
ent publisher or
prejudices in regard to what are generally Scotchman, age 26, thoroughly prac-
this paper .or the N. X.: World.: known as "Standard Patent. :Medi- tical farmer, with good knowledge of 1,000 Bushels Choice' Florida Seed; :ftye?
500 Bushels Choice Northern
cines." Of course we are getting to that horses and stock-raising, wants employ- SeeclKya..'
100 Bushels Choice Seed Bailey
in life when Forced to ment in orange grove or nursery. Ap-
we are con-
,..LIST OF NEW ,ADVERTISE-- age Just received. Now 'is the ''thilfe to
to Allan F. Kerr at Austin
ply at
clude Life itself is a humbug, and nat- once .
plant. Also a full stockGardenSMl9; l ;
MENTS. Illinois. ,
that has not :
urally distrust anything ____ __- -e- fresh and reliable. WM. A. Pot BQ,
*"Owing to press of reading matter withstood long and tried experiences. West St. '*
20 jFhi
Theodore Hook wrote: "Who manu- Bay Jacksonville! ;;
I had the
"write of Being a physician curiosity to
this''n' the past'week, a up" .
factures must be a Thisis --- --
sale of two medical quills goose.
our new, patrons has to be {>ostponed.They know how such a literal
truth when Esterbrook's
now :a Malaria.
can all rest assured that it will be preparations could be sustained for so
attended to. We have only the, most many years. The perfect system upon turned steel up point pens have all the meritsof Twenty-five hundred dozen ''bottje$ o{
the and combined.
reliable,firms and business houses extant, which the buiness is conducted, and the pen ..quill. Ague Conqueror ere in one month.It .
and it'is with honest pleasure we referto pharmaceutical arrangements for the :For Male. -- positively eradicates all Malaria,Fever

them. Our readers ,can do no better manufacture of the two recipes with A Western cow warranted to give four and Ague. Billious and ;Intermittent!

than to patronise.our advertisers, feeling which we were made acquainted, are gallons of milk with a young calf. Sheis Fevers in any climate. Read -onr-.boofc
honorable sufficiently convincing to us that the of one thousand testimonials.I ,
assured treatment. Alwaysname .
now dry and supposed to be with calf. '
FLOWEI for and Deis'WEST,S. C., March 12,1883.G. ; 1 .
the DISPATCH when writing to our AUGUST :. Dyspepsia She is nine old and has been in
and BOSCHEE'S GERMAN years G. GREEN, Dear Sir:-We will soon
advertized The;list; is as (follows: Liver:Complaints, Florida four .
SYKUP for Threat and Lung years. .need-more.Ague Conqueror. .It-is takhuf -'
.spicer & Hopson, Real 'Estate, Lees- Address "T," care DISPATCH,
burg.Brown. Troubles, were for the complaints.theyarc Jacksonville Fla. like "hot cakes" nnd.giving satisCicffon."
&tEdens, Real Estate, Ocala.T. ,recommended, most excellent remedies MKFor Yours: ELiaSBROB."
D. C. Prentis '& Co., Real Estate, and only ''regret that in niu6Vb( ">ale. -
Ocala. -# our practice, medical ethics prevent us Mobile or Improved Nunan Strawberry FAIRFIELD, Mo., Au 291886.G ; ).

Morrison\ Stapylton & Co., Bankers from prescribing them without makingthe Plants for sale. Price $3.00 per G. GREEN, Dear Sir:-Your Ague ;

and Real Estate, Leesburg. formulas public. When we were 1,000. Larger quantities on application. Conqueror knocks the Chills and Dumb '

J. T. Lancaster, Ueat.EState, Ocala. shown the great quantity of voluntary" Delivered at the wharf or railroad sta Ague,every time. I warrant every bottle '<

Prof. W. C. Dodd.-Real Estate: Orange ,]letters'having been forwarded Dr. Green, tion. I have raised strawberries for the aridifc never'Fails. I have cured cases:

Home.R. from all parts of the country, and from past six years, and tried more than twenty where quinine had no .Deflect whatever.

W. Pierce, "Sunset Hill Nurseries," all classes of people, lawyers, ministersand varieties, and find this the best.D. Yours, truly, W. H. SHAW-& CO.., -

Indian Springs.Arlington doctors, {jiving a description of their B. MILLS, -- -- -- .,.-. -- ---J.

Nurseries, A. I. Bidwell, ailments, testimonials! their cures, etc Welaka, Fla. c' YOUR O\ i
Orlando. I feel like endorsing Dr Green's suggestion --- .-. ,. ----- -- GRIND }ISonc f.Tc

Maitland Nurseries, Kedney & Carey, that the Government accept such More Money for: Your'Workif Graham Flour 1 Htcrtol.cl Cor".!imtfla

Maitland. valuable formulas: and license them for improve good opportunities. Hal- Mill WWiftiJn'fJI
you '
I \$ L.: P\ttSDt).
Magnolia Hotel, Ocala. general use by giving protection to the lett & Co., Portland, :Maine, will mails l00Jm'l' nt. ore'lUa4i)

Betts1 Fencing Co. Bellvicw, Fla. inventor same as patents generally. free, full information showing how you three. 'oaltrr. AI!*>. POWER, and.Jill teetirssaian.L ai4
FARM FEE Iiii1LL i n
E. DuBois, lfurserics, Tallahassee. Copied from A7. I' DruyyistJ Circular of can make $5 to $25 and upwards a day Bent on application. w-w*?iON IIItO .Barton.1'%.

Williams, Clark & Co., Fertilizers, H. Oct.. 1F86. and live at home wherever you are lo i __ __ _
Motile Agent. Jacksonville.T. k *-4 I cated. Better write have made
Look Here, Florida It H rent n Seekers ; some PAIN: E'S PATENT PROCESS
S. Jones, Herndon, Ga. for investments over $50 a day; all new. No capital required For Curing Orange and 1emo"8,
C. B. Smith "Orange Grove for Sale Are you looking paying started free. Both all r
; sexes i; ages. I, We sell
either TOWN lots adjoining Railroad are now predated to the right to use
apply to Tysen, Smith & Co., Jackson- 1 Stations rivers front- Success for every worker. Send address the process for Curing Oranges and Lemons !
ville. ; on navigable ; or and see for yourself. in two days tto that they will keep for Agouti 1
S4 ing on beautiful salt-water Bays or -- ---- ----___- ? In a perfect state! packed in the usual way.
Melrose Nurseries. Harbors? On Orange Groves, or wild The Arcadia Nursery w Monticello Flor- Send for descriptive Circulars.
lands from one to one million acres ? If ida. Florida Fertilizing: Co,.

Wallaces Melrose Daylight speaks as so, send for "The Orange Grove," a For one, two three-year-old: LeConte E.TVPAmj!, Prefli t follows of Mr. Callahan, whose adver- monthly journal published In the interest pear trees. Also a full list of other pears I S West Bay tft.

tisement appears in our columns: of Lands in Florida,-only one dollar a and apples grafted on LeConte roots.
Mr. A. Callahan of the Melrose Nur- I. A. E:. DROUGHT, 1'. ii. SKJtJ.J>JNCIw
year- Addrcs, Address Arcadia Nursery, J. H. Girar- evident. Cashier.
sery, has his advertisement in another. TIlE ORANGE GROVE, deau, proprietor, Monticello: Fla. I
column. His grounds are located three Liverpool, Manatee Co., :Fla. KISSIMMEE CITY BANK, ; *'

miles north of this city, and are well I Large Texas and Mexican Pecans. :
stocked with fruit trees and fruits of all ,1lliC; ORANGE COUNTY, FLA.
Groves where- -& Co.'s i Prices of young trees and 'fresh nutS for

descriptions. His Japan persimmons Orange Tree Fertilizer has been used are planting, and how to grow them. Sent
haves- most delicious flavor; the size of looking finely. free. S. D. SHREWSBURY, CAPITAL $ OOOO.. ..,
them is about as large ordinary *-6M ---- *
as an P. O. Box 516. Sherman, Texas. i
orange, and they are now ripe. Purchasers Rocky Branch Nursery, Moutlcrllo, Fla.! ---...+----- Transacts a general Banking business.
of trees desirous to see the nurse- Parties intending purchase LeGonte #
ries will find accommodations of transitat Pear trees will do well to place orders For Sale Cheap. Bays and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit

either Hawthorne,Starke, or boat from ,with me before the season to plant 2'Stump?'P l1ers. 'cached. -, *. ,

i Waldo: 'Price'' lists 'che rful1y';furnished I1 have a choice stock of one, two rid 2 WelUBoring Tools. ". n
Has f *11''the chief tbwnVof /
gratuitously on application. Mr. Calla- tliree-year-old trees, and will not be un 1 Wind :Mill. Florida correspondents,also Seaboard National Rank all i
nan ought to be encouraged, as he devotes dersold.* }CoTresporCdence with nUn\eri-! 1 PTalTonfijScalei t:j j"N Q Messw. C. M. Whitney& Co. New York.
much time and labor in perfecting men solicited, I t' y., L; 40-St.. Ga!4 MachiiieJJ fl In Great Britain: The Tank of lr lan ,
the of all fruits Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Britt i s
growths that this climate B. W. PARTRIDGE, J. CRAWSHAW
North and .
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favors for cultivation..4A, r. ', }.o. .,J? ,' r' ='. '.J .j.\. J.,. .",'.'"'to f.d-....r:'." :z: r, Prot<;:; irietoiv J. 0"O O *"Jk:') La )-t t!la. ka j '1Jr,000.nr- :. :.,C'-.A ( '-t.: .


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BATES OF PASSAGE, t v Nt Lowest Rates of Freight Always Glyen.

.) .bln .... .. ..... .. .. .............. ... .. .. ... ..... .$21.00 Direct connection at Fernandina with F.K. & N.Ky.
,(steerage. . .. ... ....., ...'. . . .. .. 12.50
1 Excursion 7loketo.: ...... ...... ... ... .. ... . 42.00, "
'< {JTbQ magnificent Tron Rt.eamshlps of this Line will sail from This Line offers to the Traveling Public and Shippers of Veg
.FfiBN ANDINA. FL\., for NEW YORK atter arrival of trains tables and Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to Ne
\'tfom Jacksonville, Cedar: Key, Orlando and other points In t York.IfOuth .
Florida. ''t. 49Through Tickets and State-rooms secured In advance i

R9NDELEr.. .... .. ........... ...... .Wednesday atu rd ,,Nov.Oct.PO S -r all 4*points Tralns In leave Florida.F.R.&N.Co's Main Depot, foot of Hoga wit -
OF HAN ANTONIO ...,....... ..... .--..Sunday, Nov. 7 x- : .'reet.at9.25amand5pmon Fernandina. sailing days, connecting i
t I'S ATEOYTEXAB.. .. .............. .. ...Wednesday, Nov 10 Steamships at and further Information :a
ft UND1rhE. .......... . . ..Saturday. Nov. 13 4S"For Tickets and Staterooms!
= ._ TV OF BAN ANTONIO........... .. ..Wednesday, Nov. 17 apply tot .

-j R. W. SOUTHWIOK, Agent, Fernandiiia, Fla. A. H. CRIPPEN, Oen'l Traveling Agent. J. M. CUTLER, Pass.Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.



Basinets Lou 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
and fenced,house of 9 rooms,stable, l i bearing; 1,200 nursery trees, figs, cleared and fenced, containing 250
No. good water; terms easy; price......... 2,600 bananas" Japan plums Peen-To orange trees, 5 years old, situated
t 4L; Lot on Church street, 23x150 feet. peaches, Chinese cherries, 100 grape alongside the T.,O.k A.R.R.,quar
Very cheap........................................ $1,300 vines,10 varieties mangoes and oth ter mile from depot house of 5
211. Lot on Church street, 55x140 feet. er tropical fruits; 80 acres of this rooms, cost$1,000; price......-.......-.. 3,000
i 482.; Lot on Pine street, 27}4xt20 feet. New house of 5 rooms; prIce............ 1,600 tract is first-class hammock md 45S. 19,000 acres of land within 6 miles of Orlando -
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Offloe of 3 rooms, price. 2,500()( fronts the lake for one mile,4-room for$1.25 to$10 per acre. Don't buy
lot MM In 'reet two-si cottage, the whole enclosed with until you have seen these lands.
108. A acre on s ,
410. Half Interest in lot 63x150 feet, two wire fence-prettiest place in Orange
house of 6 rooms, nicely I finished I ? Lake 2 miles from
stores, and restaurant, 16 rooms and only five miles from 97. acres on Jessup,
Above the stores, rented for$165 pert Small nursery and a few trees In Orlando; price-...... ......................... 12,000 Geneva, pine and hammock S&50tol
grove form price............................. 2,500)()() -
; month; price.. ....................._......... 4,500 ; per acre.
:; 91. 300 acreq,190 hammock, 120 acres in 47.40; acres choice hammock land,2 miles
.-fST.. Lot 27Xxl50() feet on Church street, 227. Lot on Central avenue,100x200 feet grove form, on south side Lake from Geneva torS25peracrecheapaUlOO.
store below, office rooms above. house of 5 rooms,well n niched,near Apopka, 12 miles from Orlando,2 1 I Hickory trees 2 to 4 feet in diameter, cabbage
Now renting and paying handsomely the business part of tue city; price.. 3.000 miles from Ocoee; railroad survey I' palmetto and magnolia trees are
; price............_..............._. 4,500 through the farm, steamboat land- numerous.
on the property; well adapted to I I
4l5.-tot on Pine street,223x90 feet; store 269. Corner lot on fvurch street,200 yds. vegetables corn etc.;good barn and NOTE.-We have some very cheap lands In
.-' '20x3)feet, <4< rooms above; price........ 2,030() from 8.F.depot. Home of 4 rooms stable hO:18e: oc'a room; price......... 50,000 the counties of Volusta, Brevard, Hernando.Hllsborough .
Nearly an acre of land; for only..... 3,000l I Or will sell 80 acres, 30 hammock, Polk and Sumter price,$1 to$5
m.. Lot and store, adjoining First Na- l with 16-acre bearing grove for....-.. 16,000 per acre. We also have large tracts of well
4. "lional Bank, rented for 175 per 138. !K acre on South street. House 0(2 I This property will pay better than timbered lands In Polk and Hernando counties -
month; price................................... 4,500!()() rooms; price....................-................. 450 t !JOOOOO in U. S.:: bonds. ,upward of 80,000 acres.

4 .We. have upwards of. One Million Dollars worth of choice property on our books and cheerfully furnish any information concerning it. Write for particulars.

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my energies are directed In one line. MBE
.claim to be able to offer special Inducements in each of the following Departments


high grade Roastod Coffees, I offer Chase Sanborn's: goods-too well known to need comment. All the cheaper grades at jmanufacturers'prices, freight added. Special attentionis
given 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
hey I are sold,at Factory Price.. Absolutely pure goods arc ground by; our Spice Mills and Daisey Engine."


This Departmentls; complete-not only and standard goods-but the very fine t California goods of all kinds. I keep everything that Is put up in a can; the varietylb
wonderful, as this is an age noted for stale 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
anyone, anywhere, and much lower than many of my competitors. .

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Grcdire i is exorcised 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 can sell .;:
4 at.New i"ork" prices without freight, and still make a handsome margin on the usual rise in these goods in the fall. The great quantity shipped dally is proof of its success. f


I heCiJlo 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.' "' >,
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: In the Grocery line Is carried by me. I long for the day to come when I will have money enough to carry a stock large enough,constantly on hand,to supply all the deSl1d.9. -
.instantaneously,that are made upon me by the Trade throughout the State. The time.will. como soon, I trust,and then I promise to the Trade a service BO satisfactory in
e't, .ry re.pect that U will not be necessary to go beyond Jacksonville. Respectfully, .,- I

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And Only Line Furnishing .
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'

vine and Nashville Railroad at Montgomery.
2nd. We notify the consignees when your Orange. pass Atlanta, Chattanooga and Montgomery, thus letting them know when to expect the shipment, and giving

them the necessary notice so 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.4th. .

..We Have the Shortest Line to the West, and make the Quickest Time '

5th. Letters and questions promptly and cheerfully answered, and upon application stencils and rates to any point will be furnished.?

See that your shipments are stenciled or routed via Albany, Ga., and notify me of shipment and I will see that they are Carefully Handled and Promptly Forwarded. .

J. P. BECKWITH, Florida Freight Agent,


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

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Florida! Lands---Orange Groves Hammock and Pine LandsIn

Putnam, Marlon, Hernando, Polk, Sumter and Orange Counties.

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BROWN & EDENS, Orange Groves. I Come to Florida. A Few Special Bargains

Heal 22state Brolcers. We have a large number of the finest Orange This question is often asked: Would you 76 .acreGrove. two years in bearing, four
Groves in the State. advise me to come to Florida To answer blocks from public square in Ocala.
Good Pine and Hammock Lands. this, let us know your wishes as well as your Four small Groves at Citra, In full bearing.
unimproved in large or small circumstances To some we would say Yes; number of choice lots
Improved or Call or Write to others emphatically No. A large very building
quantities, ranging in prices from 54 to 91,000 is In Ocala and other neighboring towns.
If have determined to change,
If will call write rest assured you
on or us, ,
per acre. which should Wild land in large tracts cheap.
you will get a true statement of facts as far the office through you get your ,
Building lands in Florida.
information as to the finest
as we know pe.sonally.' Respectfully, BROWN & EDEN,
We have beautiful ,building lots in several We are always ready and willing to show
towns besides Ocala. BROWN & EDKNS. property anywhere In the State. I Room A, Cox Building,Ocala,Fla.


.* V. L. HOPSON.

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';:: I REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Leesburg, Florida.

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Bearing Orange Groves, Young Groves, City Property, Unimproved Lands, Etc.

We have in our hands! some of the handsomest and best raying Orange Groves In the State. Beautiful Lake Fronts with Orange Groves and residences on Lakes!' Harris and Griffin.
Many of the groves we otter for sale are now paying Ten to Fifteen per cent on amount asked for them. We will take pleasure m giving! any information In regard to property and this

section of Florida.Refer .

to D. G. Ambler, B. M. Baer,Jacksonville, Fla. .

J. T. LANCAr!! T1 R. E D GWI C X.I.' JOYCE & HUNT, Farmers' Wagons and Carts.

FLA. : 31 Whitaker Street, savannah, Ga., -
Union Block OCALA
WIRE FENCE i DEALERS IN If you want a first-class Wagon or Cart
Orange Groves, Pine and Hammock VEVV HOME and other Machines, attachments Cheap for Cash,call on
IN .. .:. and parts tor all machines Oil Needles -
Marlon, Sumter, Hernando,Orange,Polk at. ..t .4 ..... loT etc. Also Pianos, Organs and Vapor u. D. ZAI1MI,

Hlllsborough Counties. I .. >-c .... >- ':[11 11 5=; r Cook Htoves, Just the thing for summer use. Jacksonville, Fla.
BAUUA1S.A Send for_ catalogue. Office, H. Berlack's Store, East Bay Street.

2-story Livery Stable,SO stalls, 21:! .. 7-''''_ 1 III T I n y '''''o.- Farm Wagons from ... .. . $35.00 to$12.00
horses and mules, buggies, eU-, all in ,...->-c- Y ] I 11 ,",' Carts and Drays from,' .. .. ,...$'.'.;.OO to$23.00
trim, in Ocala, sold to close up an estate. l"'JII11: J : .
profits. I .- IllY H...... ..,..., I ..OMPffi --- -
23 acres bearing hammock grove, one )-c'I >-c"'" 1 III :.':. 6E ,t t
from Court-house, and on I IIIl oj IF !! ',. : IM ALBERT FRIES,
all high and well protected by original ; I III '.=._ -- ..." iiJ RfW I ts ST. NICHOLAS, FLA.,
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growth; good well of water, small 2-
house; trees In thriving condition. I, general purpose wire fence In use. It. ft r AGENT FOB :I
418,000. I[ network without barbs. Don't iiiHriiEI GKO. %V. BAKER'S
100 acres lest hammock land 60 It will turn dogs, pigs sheep and "
cleared.balance in wood,2W miles from Y.'S, .'1 well an horses and cattle. The best ROTTED BONE MANURE
view. Price $3,000. Will sell this In I Forms Gardens. Stock Ranges and Rail {I I WMIM* BELLCVIEW.FLORIDA._! "_"T Decomposed with Potash.
tracts at $35' This land has neat pretty styles for Lawns, MARiONC_!
per acre. and \Cemeteries. Covered with rust Price$.5 per ton,free on board In Jacksonville
water on it and a splendid muck pond made of Samples of 16 different grades of Fertllzer,
or galvanized wire as jre-I This is one ot the best, most durable and
-that will afford very desirable fertilizer will last r life-time. It Is better fences made to be adjusted.For put up by Mr. Baker,can be seen at the German -
cheapest ; easy
vegetables.' barbed wire in every respect. The Drug Store, 19 E. Bay St.Jacksonville.Send .
10 acres hammock land,1 mile of Citra Gates made of wroogb -lron pipe and circular and prices, "ddress 2-cent stamp for catalogue.
tion,7 acres in bearing grove; trees not ,defy all competition in lightness neat- THE BETTS FENCING CO.Fla
by cold,enclosed good fence; two city and durability. We make the best, __ _'____ Bellvlew, .,_Marion Co., New steel Coulter Harrow.
easiest working alMroa automatic ..
in Citra. All for$3,500. ., .... Ala ale maker of Hniter't
and the Ss. r..u w
penlus gate neatest cheap
2000 acres land from 2 to 3 miles of' > made. The best Wire .f epriac"'peNd; ....1. Steels"IlardMetat"Plos..t..tw .
view; 1,500 acres best hammock, balance .,Cutting Pliers and Post LABEL ,. TOTT liffct, Centennial,..Hoe.k.
1 pine and mixed land. Price|2S' per acre. and particulars ask Hardware Dealers, .: ....,.4>tr bi.,....... Ad4ren,T.N.B.llcrwicf UUS3E7 She.,
_-Property on the beautiful lake weir at ,mentioning paper '
I'' :;:.:;JL1'IIUI''lnlP'I! : ;' I
420 to|50 per acre. Call on or address as BROS., Richmond, ind.W I
Dana's White :Metallic,Ear Marking Label,stampedto .
I New Book of F&nc.Worka order with or and address and num
Fancy Pictures and SS el ie- name, name
FTITITI I 100 Illustrations, ISO: New gant Card i in Gilt Edge Silk bers. It la reliable, cheap and convenient. Sells at
10 Special Offers. 200 Picture Irliice. Hidden Name. ic.. 1 sight and gives perfect satisfaction. Illustrated Sad for Qu-
latin, 43 ooL story IiAZARaI, ... SehlCl'ter.l iSO Prile Pussle and Price.Llat and samples free. Agents wanted trmted Catalogue sad pricu,tree.r .
pottage. NATIONAL *lt for l Vt*. O-tnvof Anthnr. lOcti.
7 W. Broadway, N. (IVORY CO., Clintonvllle. Conn. C. II. DANA, West Lebanon, N,U.

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



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

Per Per Per Per Per
''TO Per Car TO Per Car TO Per Car I TO Per Car TO Per Car
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AU&11BtaOa.- 40 &7000 Cedar Rapids la......... 133 roo 00 Fort Scott, 3"2 ;200 001\ ''''Logansport, Ind._......... S,5 114000 portsmouth.OhIO._..... 80 130 00
Atlanta,Ga......_,......... 40 70 00 Champaign, iii............. 1 14 160 00 Gallioni Kan.\l\ 5 i40 00 ; Lincoln Neb. .. 156 ::225 00 Peoria, 111?...................!, 85' 140 00
Atchison, Kan.............. 1 16 175 00 Dalton, Ga............. ...... 50 87 50 1s, Ohio..........:. 9U ,! 001 Macon, Ga..1 '35' 6125 Pltteburg Pa....._..... ".'i 1 09 165 00
Adraln, Mich............... 00 150 00 Dayton, 0...................... 80 130< 00 Grand Rapids, Mich.... 90 .5O 00 i, .Mobile, 50 87 50 Quincy .Ili....................,, 12 175 00
Ann Harbor, Mich...... 00 150 00 Delaware, Ohio............. bO liO: 00 I Henderson ..Ky............. .0 j1l5 00: Montgomery. Ala...... 40 7000 Rome l 1. a. .._.............. I 50 8750
Alton, 111. .................. 85 14000 1 Det1anee..Ohlo.............. S')' UO 00 (!IHickman, Ky_............. 70 1115: 00' Manstleld.Onlo........?.. 00 150 (j(0) Rock Island Ill... ........1 126 17500
Anniston, Ala.............. 40 70 00 Detroit Mich.?....?....... no 150 00 lis Ind........ 94 501 ,,1\Iassl11on' Ohio............ 1 06 1147 50 Rochester, N. 1 21 172 50
Birmingham,.A1L.?._. 40 7000 Danville, Ill................. 85 14000 lJeffersonville" Ind..... 75 !1125 oo( Mt. Vernon Ohio......... 80 100 00 Sandusky y..I' 90 150 00
Bloomington; III :.....:.. 00 150 00 I Dadenport Ia. ........... 126 17500 JackEonville, Ill_......... 1 10 ':152 50' Memphis, lenn.......... 00 11(500( Sioux City, Jowa.......... 1 51 225 00
Burlington Ia-............ 126 1500 Dubuque, Iowa............ 1 II 11t1250)) (Joliet, Ill....................... 85 ;;1-10 001!, Milwaukee, Was......._ 1 18 :Hi5 00 Springfield, 111.....?......!i 1 10 152 50
Belleville 111......?........ 107 1)250; Des Moines Jowa......... 14. ,,21750; Jefferson City, Mo...... 1 21 ;192 50\ !Madison, Ind............. 80 13000 St. Joseph, Mo...........?., lId 175; 00
Buffalo, l J. y........._....., 109 00 Denver, Col................... 2 H4 I 1360 OOi j :KnoxvUle, 'enn ......... KO 1 \. :Minneapolis, Minn..... 1 11 ,,17 00 81. Louis, Mo... .............!, 85 14000
Bay Ctttt Mich...?......... 100 17U 00 :IDlxon, llL......._............ 9U 1150 001 I Kenton, Ohio................I HW 00 Wls..j) 11x'195: 00 Saginaw l\lIch.......... ..! 9v 160 00
Brtatol.J.enn.: ...._....._ 'i8 150 00 'Elyria, Ohio. ............ 85 001 [Kalamazoo l\Uch_......., 00 150 00 :Montreal, Canada_......, 1 30 1250 00i, Spring1leldOhlo_....?..' 80 130 00
Cleveland ,0.......... ...... 90 150 00 Evansville,. Ind_......... 75 125 00 1KansascttyMo..I.I 1 16 1175 ( ;Nashville,Tenn............ 6011 OO'' Sty Paul,Minn........_.....I 1 17 17500
Cincianatl, Ohio.......... 70' 11500 ,East Saginaw, Mich.... 95 160 00 ": ............... 100 00'1 New Orlean?................ 60 i105 00 Toledo 0 .................. 90 150 00
Cairo, Ill...................... 75 .125 00 I East lit. Louis, 111......... 8.5l 20 !:LaCrosse, Wis...............I, 1 17 17a .N Newark Ohio............... 00''ISO 00 Terre Haute' Ind ......_1 80 130<< 00
Columbus Ky..?.......... 10 11500 Emporia I Kan.............. 1 56 232 50 ,Lima Ohio....?...... ...... 80 130 001 I !Omaha, Neb?...?.......... 1 Its Toronto, Can................., 1 13 155 00
Columbus Ohio.......... 80 13000 !Erie, Pa.......................... 1 09 165 00 Lafayette. Ind....??.......I S5 140001 Ottawa, Can.... ?.......... 130 117500 Topeka, Kan...............I 1 40 20750
......... 8.j 140 00 '1 Ohio............ 85 01l ................... "
Columbus Oa. ......... 40 70,00 Fort Wayne Ind. Lancaster, 001 City Pa 109 !!165 00 Urbana, Ohio................i 80 130 00
Council Bfuti1. la......... 1'41 21000 j Findlay Oh 0............... 85 14000 ,Leavenworto, Kan..... 16 (1'1(175 001 'Pekin, iiL ...._.........._. 00 1150 00 Wheeltng.w.va., ..........! 109 165 00
Chicago, 111._........_.... I 10 152 50 (I Fremont. Ohio............ F5 14Q 00 Louisvllle Ky_.........._; 10 !,! Pana, 111......................... 10 50 Winnipeg, Man........... I 2 24 355 00)(
Chattanooga, Tenn.... 50 8750 Fort Dodge, Iowa......... 1 49 225 00 I Little Rock, Ark......_... 1 1 to 1112 00, Piqua Ohio.................... 80 1152 00 1-


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Jacksonville, Callahan and Live Oak....................... .... ... ............... ........._... ............ ........... ; m 40 25''. 50 I 40; NI'' 40 80 4.0 80 40 l EO 'N'' tO 401 50, 40; 80 Oil; 90
Gainesville......-......................................_......_.............:...::::.:::.::... ...........:.:..................:......:....:......... I 25 50 30| 60,, 4ot! W I 45 90 4b W 45 '* 4,1'I 1 4.') W' 4.5; 90 501 00
Landings on St. Johns river...................................................._............................. ........................... 3U tiU I 35, 701 i 501: 00 i I t0 l 00 60 1 W 501 1 0,1 1 ..U''. 10))01 C 51"100' WI: 00 551 10
Stations F. R. A N.Co.; north of and including Ocala ....................... ........ .......,........................ 45 90 I 5Oll.o', 651 651130, ti5 130 6e.',,1 i.ni! flit 1-.0: ': II f'51!" :; : 61'30 70140
Stations on F. R. A: :N. Co. south of Ocala-............................. ..... ........ ......? .............................. 5lI 1 00. MIlO, 701 WII 70140 1 40 ..01, 40( .II' '1 7u'l '401! 10 1 40 75160
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic R. R. .....-. .....................................................................1 i I I l I' : I 70I I 40'1' i I
Apopka, Weklva, Orlando..............................-..............?..........................................-........? ........ 40, 80 45 ) :' 6u'l: 20 i 601, i 20 601 120 !60I! I 1201'1 !60I I 1 i01 I tin 1 I 10)120 65130 I
Ellsworth, Zellwood, Victoria, Lakeville, McDonald...............?........................ ...........................1 50 1 OU 5-51 I h' 70,1, 40 I 70' 1 40 .0 1 40 70f 140 1W 2IJj 701 40 751 60
Landings on Lake Santa Fe ..............?.: ...................................-..:......................-..............._......... 451.) 90 tOil .), a. i 65,Il 30 65 1, ;30, 65f! 1 aU Ibl; I 13): 701 f jl": ;40'1)I 61 30 701 40
Gulf point* north Tampa.....................-............................................. .........?.................................. 55 1 10( bOil 201 751 50 60 75 1 bU 751/ I II .al! 150'; 15'1' ro 73150 801 60
Gulf point* nouth:Tampa................................... ....................................... ............ ........................... 75160' 60| bi' 1 too 15/1/ :J() 95 1 till| tI5 1N{ )' 95 1 bO 11511' bU'I 9o'l;' 90 1 00 2 00
Stations on Fla. So. fly ..... .............................................................................................................. I I I' bUll : i I' ,
Stations on Fla. So. Ry north of and including Ocala............_.........._..........._ ................. ......... 45 90 501 00'' 6ol SO, 65 136 I 65 130'I.I ...j 130' (j.1D'' : 651 30 I 101 40
Station on Fla. So. Ry. south of Ocala. ...........,..........................-................ .................................1 50 1 00 I 155'1| 10! 70 1 40 I 7011 4J( 7Ui 140 +II' ;o': 1 40: 701; 40 I 70'1 40' 751 50
Homeland, Ft. Meade, C. H. DI\.j 521 01 i 57'1tOl' 1472/ ] 4i I 72,1, 44 I 72 1 41 751 0/1/ 41- a! -4' 721: 44 I 721 .ul! T11 54
Bowling Green.Vauchula. ................................... ............................. ...... 551 10 l ) :OI;1 751 cO I 751150 75 150 1 [,II ;,\//1 ro' 7,15)' 7 150'' bO.l60
\ Zolfo Springs, Cnarlle Apopka, ........................................................................ 601 20 65,130 60 b0'' 1 tiCJ &I 1 w It" l I W'WI 60 : 801bO65l 8&170Ar '
Ft. Ogden, Nocatee .....?............................................-................... \ I I !, boil I mi' o1 I I I
Cleveland, Punta Gorda...... j .................................... :................................. 65 1 30 701 40' 8i 1 iO f5,1, 70 85 1 70 t 5 1 ill, t:r 1 70 8,1, 70 ,, 80.1 70' 00 1 80
Station* on South Florida Railroad. i I I I I i I
From Belair to Belets, inclusive. ...............................................?......... .... ................................. : 70 : 40 8& It 5511 I 10 55 I 101 55", 11 :' .-.j, 1 00 [>oj 1 101 i' ;0.1 10 60 120
From Longwood to Troy: inclusive. ....?....................... .................................................... _......i!120 t 8u !I 45! 9\111 I 6U'l' :lU b0I 1 O 60 120 60"": 1 ;U' .iOll20" wll'O' I 6o 120: 6)100'
From Davenport to Lakeland, inclusive............................................ ....................................... i 45' W"i,. 601 ) 51 DO .IJO 6j 10 6 j" 1 :0: t). 1 31)0 Gi 1 :30 6.; 130: ; 40
From Plant City to Kathleen, Inclusive.................................... ........._................... I oO'l' (00 551 10'W !' 1 701 iO 70'140' 40 140 70 140': 140'' 'il'lW I 70 1 40 701'1'60
Tampa and ,Landings on Manatee River.............................................................................. ......... 55'1: ;' 10 ) 1 10;; I 751 10 75 I bt 76 150 75'' I bfl.1 I 751, 1 00 7,151) 751 50' 80160
Station on Sanford A Indian River R. R........._................ .........................-. ..............................1 !I I I : 'I I II I I
Ft. Reid, Onora, Silver Lake, Rutledge, Lords......_..............._..................................................... 35 70 j 40 801 JI 55l'; 10 M 1 101! 55 1 10,! 60)) \ 1 Isis'I I ;:1, 10 l>j.1 10 5.):1 10 60120 '
OvldfQ! _..._...... ....._........................ ....._...... .....................................?......................_.......... ...... 40 hO I 145 W 1 20 fjf), 1 :,1(0), 60 121)1: 1 : 60 1 10 60'1 20 I (60120 &)'130
8tattonaonJ..T.&K.W.RY'j Landings on Lake Enstls, Harris and Griffin................................................................... ......?. 65'' 1 10 I bO 1 )I:I 15150,I 751150 I I i5i: 150 i 751, 1 ;f)1) 75!;!I'1 50,' 75150' ',:, 7.; 1 00 80160 t'

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All stations between Jacksonville and Sanlord.........?................................._.............,................. SO 601'' 36 f 501 WSO J 1 ,I //1 00 i 1 00 I 50 1 00 W. !001 00 55'1! 10TO'l
Indian River Division..........._........._......................................................................?..?...............?..1 45 I 50 1 .01'I 55 1 I 6.)11 011: 6j 01, 65 1 30 I ts5 1 30 5Oi1' 30 I 6.; 1 30 '' 40

CONNECTIONS.Double The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess 01 charge
daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. I The Car-load la estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 230 Standard Boxes. Excess of tnis
Daily fast freight all rail connection'via the Atlantic'Coast Line to all Eastern Interior amount will:b* charged for pro rata. Carload shipment must be to one d'lttnatJon'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
.l't1-weekly connection. for New York via the. Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savan will>e an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
nah,Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for lose or damage however
Twice a week' for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless ,it"bet,from negligence( and that such loss must attach 1801&)7'to) tthe
Savannah Tuesdays and Frlda'B.Weekl company upon whose line such'negligence maybe located. .
) connection forBostou via the Poston and Savannah.Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by tMslJne in good faith to connections at those points will not
Savannah everyThursday. be snbjectto.:correction by this Line.
', ;We kly connection for Philadelphia v. i Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah everyall1gdays In every case the full name and address.of the consignee must be given for Insertion ID
& Bill. Lading and on the Way-bI11. '
$ Steamships are ubi,e. lu change without notice. Single shipment to Western point will be charged at double rates.
No single shipment,taken fortes than $1 to..BostonNew.York 'Philadelphia and.Balti
INFOBHArI'J.4..IN: r"on SHIPPERS. ,more.. If shipped beyond,they will be charged. in addition,the single package rates of connecting -'
'4 line and r cost of ransfer. _
tg; make through rakes from points U itmtary to the above, add the rate of connecting Stencils. shipping receipt information furnished application to any'of theiSenl*'
to above ralecr s*** 1Tt.eOJmentlOT.ii Tor fnrtterlnlormation, needed,apply to Agenu of the lfne i.orto TftS rt V
of t.h.1 d/trd ilea; Jot>Vegetables 12x17x27 inches and the weight n.D. OWBN, .! ;!Wli' P. IfAR1:. : 1.t }|
iseUmslid,*if' aadL. "'I'; 'JI8Dc Manager Savannah, Ga.. ,
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.SNorih Market.:md-ri l'llntonSta., Itohtou, :.itass. ,
REFERENCES G. Haler, C**hlcr Kanneil Hall National Ban(, Boston; Richardson fc:
Barnard -gents Boston ai.d Savannah 8. S. V,'.,Savannah Ga.; II. C. D'nton, Gainesville,
Fla: .1.oozier,Ocala, Fla.; A. C. Turner, Clear A ater Harbor, Fla.; A. H. Manville,Jacksonville -
Fla. Forwarding & Commission House.
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WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT 9 Oranges Direct from the Groves for Sale by Single

No.:arl'North Water i Htreet, Philadelphia. Box or Oar-Load.
Consignments solicited. Returns made on day of sale, except for small shipments.
Refer to H. F. Dutton 4c Co. Bankers, Gainesville. }<'I\.: Mann & Hro., Sumterville, Fla.; tb.er :Jroc1.a.ce .A.1so.
J.T. Woflbrd, Fort Ms+son, la.F.. t). Austin. nr.ll1g: *City, Ha.: A. C. '-steen.Osteen Fla.;
First National Rank, CAmden,N'.J.; W. l'. t hde & Co., I hllndelphia; Ocean Steamship Co.,
(Phlla.Office.) Hon. A.. Canale,Charleston", ,S. C.; A. H. Champion, Savannah, Ga.Hen.rr All necessary; facilities for handling Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Cropi.
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A Packages suitable for shipp'ng the above products both made up and in the flat always on
: : ::I3ay-er c c SoIl., hand and for sale; also other Growers'supplies,such as Hoops,Wrapping Paper,etc.
IMPOUTtU OK Location the best, viz:

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

Circulars and Stencils on application.IMPORTERS .
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Consignments of Florida Orange*solicited. Highest market price and prompt account ofsales. AND WHOLESALE DEALERSIN
11 EMC: Y II\1' Nat: A >..>.
215 h ast Bay, Charleston,S. C.G. .
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J. w. CO E] w :Ey- Foreign and Domestic Fruit and Vegetables.

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


Potatoes Beans Butter and General No.J70 Bay St., Savannah, Ga.
:: Fruits, Apples, Produce.
connection with Northern Commission Hou eI i.nndle Florida and
Having ran Oranges
Fruits direct from shipping points. No tramfe ring. Best prices obtained. Orders and :Hg1: : : : .1L:: .A. PR.YOR': : S
&Wept Forsyth Street,Jacksonville, 1<"la. Indian River Orange Depot
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Postoffice. Box 173.

J:.... "VV. SJaEF.1.A..1'tT: CjC>., Consignments of Oranges, Poultry and Eggs solicited. Orange Wraps,orders filled. 10x10 '
8c, llxll luc, 12x12 L 4c. 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.
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H. Manville Jacksonville; L. L.. Newsome ; B ., .., .'
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Bank, Boston. Established ill 1774..

:Jrod.u.ce CJOTYI :rn s1ea... .
Thp undersign having made arrrtngemenis with the large Comn i Woodward No. 174 Chat bers btreet, New York, (Established IS'W: ,) takes great pleasure in owns and Capacity
offering all kinds of Produce,such as operates {{ Patapsco} Mill B, Baltimore, Md. }

Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage, Cheese, Butter, Etc., :w''fo 101 vial's: ratapsco Mill C, Orange Grove, Md. Big

at the very lowt"st'p s lble cash prices. Otter .Skins purchased at highest! prices for.cash.!
Nothing but the choicest goods!" sold. Consignments Oranges, Vegetables, etc...
value of flour the of and
The depends!; on proportionate quantity gluten sugar phosphateof
also boiiclted for the above named house.'! Orders by mil il receive prompt attention.'
Respectfully yours, n.MCl.OXV A: CO 30 West Hay*t., Jacksonville, Fla. lime. Maryland and Virginia Wheat,from which our

1O Years JEBtnl>Msliecl.HMReade .
\ are manufactured, is unequalled for the purity and superior quality of Its nutrition prop-
. Gr51: ]I? .A.. L.: M E: :R. erties. We make

OOrn: :J31:1.ssl.0n.: : J.\IJercb..ant: : IarapMeo; Superlative, North PoInt; Family,

( Street, I FOR IIIK SALE | NEW YORK. and other brands.A. .
Fruits and Produce, Also Hide, Furs, Honey, I tc. Florida Oranges a
-Banking houses and principal shipp- throughout the State. '<"n.1 J fr StenctU -
and Market quotations. Tri-weekly quotations oy telegraph to Times-Uuion: during 32 Commerce Street,Baltimore,Md.!
shipping peasou. Ilepre.ented by Mr..JAS: If. BURST,Jacksonville, Fla.
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Orange Hoops or Wraps

Ready! Always Reliable and Perfectly Healthtul.

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.
w..i' '- i 12 West Bay Street,Jacksonville, Fla. DIRECTIONS: To 3 pounds of
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GEO. R.FOSTER. JAB.A. MARVIN. LAWRENCE HAYNES. lleclter'g SelfVRaising Buckwheat

a'd five pints Cold water or milk,or part each,and bake Immediately. Keep the batter In
GEO. R. FOSTER & Co. a cool place 1 If not wanted for immediate use. This will produce seventy light and delicious
cakes,preferred by many to those made with yeast.
void by All Grocers.
:1,: GEO. V. HECKER & CO.,

.f VIRGINIA. SPRUCE PINE ORWGE Box, 176 Bay Street,Savannah,Ga,

- ':.': .->, The neatest, most durable and cheapest box in the marketI stock of '

' Always on hand at lowest prices. State Depot torO POWDER I: '

'- is absolutely pare and .
>'n BROS' CELEBRATED FERTILIZERS. highly concentrated.
a. ..
; 1 ounce is worth a 1
(-; of any other kind. It Is strictly a medicine to be ven with food. Nothing on earth will make bena Uk.
._ Cotton Seed Meal and Canada Unleached Ashes'at bottom prices. it. It cures chicken cholera and all die"aaes of nena. Is worth its weight in gold. Illustrated book by
s mail free. Sold everywhere, or aent mail for 25 cents in .stamps! 21-4 Ib.. airtight tin cane $1.
,-- No. 'SO, .West',I.," Bay Street, ., JACKSONVILLE FLA..- by; mail$1.20. Biz cans by express p4 id.tor$5.00. D& L a JOHXBOX it co.?Boston,Atasa.NOVEMBER .
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> |[A'. general- line of.fruit. trees adapted to Florida,including the largest stock of Peach
new Peacu-Bldwell s Early I belies be
to the
greatest acquisition to Florida the
Trees to be found In the State, Peen-To and Honey Peaches a
specialty, fruit line that has been brought to public notice: In 19
my :Sears' residence In the State 12
also ,
several other choice varieties of peaches. My stock of Ic bey's Japan Plum Trees
of which I have been engaged In the nursery business. It was al when the trees
consists of 5,000 all home my were
or upward grown,and buds taken from bearing trees on place.
in fruit last spring to have all who could,rail and FCC them and taste the'troll well
1500 Piclioline Olive Trees ((2 to 6 ft1, high), bOOOO Orange Trees ((3 to 4 yrs.old). aware
that the general public would prefer to have the verdict of such men as I name below to
A full .
supply of LeConte,Kelfler and other Pear trees,Japan Persimmons, Figs, Quinces,
the decis on of more interested parties. I refer
respectfully to
Apricots,Nectarines,Japan Medlars,Mulberries,English Walnuts, Pecans,Almonds,JapanChestnuts you
,Grapes,Raspberries,Blackberries,etaAn :Mahlon: Gore N. L. :Mills: ( Orlando Fla.: Capt. D. A. Irwin, Dr. "'. H. Lanpbe-s, Zellwood;

examlation of stock solicited. Catalogues free on application to J. Harkins HllUard, Palutka; W. G. Wright!, Mt. Dora: Rev.T. \V. :Moor: Sanford' ; Levi!

I G. L. TAMER, Risinger, :P. A. Isaacs, Sorrento; Rev. H.Walker, Tatigierine; Charles Phillips, Robert

Glen St.l\Iary,Fla. Mills, Chulusta; Rev. C.A. Lander, Messina.
Owing to ill-health, I last spring Tlucrdtlie distribution and sale of trees for the coming

winter in the hands of lUre James Jloft, Orlando, Fla.,to whom all or.lers and lettersof
"SAN MATEO NURSERIES. inquiry should be addressed.

Orl mda, Fla., November I 1,18S6.MATfLAND.

flt*>* i" A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter planting. "

Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees of all sizes. \
All varieties of Orange and Lemon Trees lauds not on small sticks but on large and extra -
Send for Catalogue. tine ones. We make a specialty ot the famous and hardy

/ i M :; .. MAXWELL, ANDERSON & CO., Villa Franca Lemon --

San Mateo,Fla. and can Now show trees and KITE FKUIT. Th :y stood last winter's cold as well as the
orange Send::; for Catalogue.
j-LJ& Valrico Nurseries, :Maitland: ,Orange Co.,Fla

.. .,. \, "'Mt1rth .r- ;t j. TROPICAL AND-SUBTROPICAL. [a a BAY VIEW NURSERIES.

f( }:!f. Catalogue Free. [E
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.8,3i' 'W'. G. TOUSEY, 3e

i :. Seffher, Hillsborough Co., Fla. fjII Budded Orange and Lemon Trees,

Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees, Vines and Plants.

Strong and Well Rooted and Especially Adapted to South


line of :Harden and Field Seeds 1886 growth. Seed Rye, Oats, Barley,Johnson Grass An Inspection Is invited. All Inquiries by mail promptly answered. Catalogues sent free
Alfalfa, Kentucky Blue Grass,Onion Sets. Proprietor Riverside Nurseries. Also a full line on application.
Green House Plants always; on hand. Neunan&Wilson's.Albany Strawberry plants for
.sale. Catalogue sent free on application. s. L. TIKBITTS, K. J>. HOYT,
Seedsman and Florist.
Ray View Hi'lsborouirh Co.. F'a'
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: LAKE GEORGE NURSERIES, Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries,

', .'t. .i i *. Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and

., With descriptions of Vines. No Loss in Transplanting.Catalogue .

I 'TROPICAL AND SEMI-TROPICAL and Price List Free,on application to Manager.:: AddressA.


'"Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc., etc. --- --- ----- Oakland-- .- ,Orange- Co.. ,Fla.

'- j' Together with full descriptions of all the ONE: MILLION FRUIT TREES !nT! !

CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREES 1.000,000 Apple, Peach, Pimm, Pear, Quince, Fig and Mulberry Trees. Also a large stock of
,, Peach Seedlings::; ,suitable for grafting and budding stocks, Grape Vines, Raspberry, Strawberry -
,c ; Also Price List. Send for Catalogue to Plants,etc.,for sale at Willow Lake Nursery.

Descriptive catalogue and price list mailed free on application. Address
w.. W. :S.A.'VV'XJ: TS 6s SON, PrOpS.,

LAKE GEORGE, FLORIDA. Janl '85 .m..-.,..UG.,,,__i...,_..t..l..I Y UJ-,, u On.
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Acres in Fruit Nursery.

.... 'GEORGETOWN.NURSER.IES.. JEi"lr-u.. "t1an..c1.: JXr"U.rser1es,

o The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, specially adapted toFlotida is doubtless the
most varied in the United :States. A special catalogue(No.4)) Is published for this branch
ORANGE AND LEMON TREES of our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as Pfen-To,
H Honey and other Chinese Peaches,Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons, Eryobothryas Grape
f c Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. Vines, etc. we have a very large stock of Kelsey and new Japan Plums, Japan
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line Chestnut broad Melon( Shrubs and other new fruits. Also all the new Roses of merit, Palms,
Fruit.Trees suitable to Florida, Address, Acacias, leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees, Flowering shrubs etc. Cataloguessent
free to applicants.. No. 1. Hardy fruit tree Roses, Evergreens. No.2. Greenhouse
AARON: w...A.EE, O-eorg-eto1, Fla plants. No.3. Wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamental
May 16'83 tf trees suited to Florida.
P.J.Berkmans, Proprietor. .


Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans and Selected from the best orchards in the great fig regions of the Old World, comprising the
Persimmons Filberts Walnuts Figs Bananas very cream of table and drying figs. T. e most profitable fruit in the world. Easily grown
Grapes, etc.
and prepared for market. No disease. No insects. The coming boom for Florida. Now is
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. the time to start in a business tbat is bouua to pay and fortunes can be made at It. We are
'. headquarters; our trees are unsurpassed,warrant d true to name, propagated from bearing
F. S. CONE, trees,and prices are below competition. Send at once for instructions for growing and the
!. Manager 6'Hiyrnamethod of curing and packing,witb description and price of the following varieties:
White Trogan,\While Adriatic,Aa Giovanni, ,San Peilro,Red Lardare, I'aradiao. English Walnuts -
)0 : \ ,all best sorts. Filberts, Chestnuts,eta,tine trees at low rates. LICHEES, most delicious
of fruits from India,should be grown by all. Immense variety of tropical fruits, East Indian
JESUIT TREES VINES AND PLANTS fruits,grafted Mangoes,Indian Bananas, Bread Fruits, Mangos teen,Durian, Lichees,etc.
Special rates to the tfjAe. Local agents wanted. 17;;1::;

\,4:J ]ae Ora.n.ge and Lezi.Ona: The Lakeland Nursery Company. .

in variety. ,other Citrus Friuts LeConte and Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons -
e Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. ORANGE, LEMON AND LIME TREES,
Peen To and Honey Peaches Keiffer and LeConte Pears
Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan
PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY.A. Persimmons, Loquats, Figs, Grapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba
Potted Fruit Trees .
a Specialty.Price
List free on application. E. H. TISON Manager
DKAYTON IsLAND, Putnam County,Fla., OH LAKELAND, Polk County,Fla. Lakeland,Polk:cX>.,FlA. ,. "..':

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t SUNSET HILL NURSERIES. Nichols, Rockwell & Co.,

'Catalogues, with practical hints to ew beginner, free on application. Our list includes
the choicest varieties ot the Citrus laimly grown. Also, 'WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

J Peaches, Pear, Plums, Grapes, and( other Fruits. .
Our stock is one of the large.it in tin S ate. Thorn s and Early Fruiting varieties a Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates. Mantels, Paints,

specialty t '. It. \V. JKHC13, Oils, Saddlery, Guns, Ammunition, Etc.
j Indian Springs Orange Co., Fla.

HEALTH RESORT Parties in Town or Out

: will do well to cull or send for our catalogues and prices of any goods they may needin

Is on the Line of the Florida Southern.Unsurpassed our line.
v Prices Lover than Ever.
by any other section for the production of Fruit and Vegetables. If you are

coming t '.Florida, whatever may be your means or cot dition, you will most assuredly be 52 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla.

pleased with'this. Centre. of the Lake Region.
| *" S. r.. REED,
? Plttman, Fla. ,

.x, i II. I,. 'VJl".\'I'LEY, Proprietor, Sash Doors and Blinds,

:; Orange and Lemon Trees. Loquats, Giant and Common. Pears,

1 i Plums, Peaches, Persimmons. Figs of Commerce, New Pomegranates Q .A. FL :JL-J" "V7C7"JtrtL A. Ft :E; ,

Mulberries Nut Trees Etc.
Cutlery, Stoves Tinware Agricultural Implements, Carpenters' Tools, Iron Steel, Rope
New Catalogue now eady. Address as above.. Belting, Etc.
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Orange Lightning Powder, Galvanized Four-I'ointSteel Barb Fence Wire, Galvanized Barb-
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Eo; Of : :r nth* For Sale-Grove and Nursery.Forty .- Cultivators: Queen ul UIH Garden Hand Cultivator, southern ((St. Louis) Pure White Lead,
."UlH taouid hve .. :MiM; >r>'.s It. 11. Colon and Liquid Paints Fairbanks'Standard Scales.
copy of our ..tluiiim?, acre choce! land wi'h grove ot 1,00 -- ---
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containing 17(1 pages trees three to MX years old, with GOOUO transj'lauUdoiangphe -
of Free useful on information.application. ) dlll1Js two and three! ye.rs I.... Address r.OIS" ltT old, a few ttiousai d budded with choice varie -'
IIUI! T, Jr., Phila.. For 1887. dale Pa. &and*,! Farm Waterford.*;ROHH. and 'lortuno to some one. Also a veiy THE SOUTH FLORIDA FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY,
line old grove of 250{) bearing orange trees, Hi I
-I years. old in the centre of the beautiful and ORLANDO FLA.,
Special Full Offer for 30 Iftsyw."BEST growing town of Ft. Meade. i+or particulars
I address GKOVE AND: NUUSEUY. Will make your store Fronts and Architectural Castings. Build or Repair your Machineryand
NEW GRASS P. O. lioJI( Ft. Meade, Fla. <<1 sell you Machinery and Mill Supplies. Guaranteeing you as satisfactory work and
WNs D'1 prices as you can get in more Northen cities. Mention this paper when writing for estimates. -

Price' per lb.: I.T*>per bushel. .
additional IGc: lb. -- -
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Paspulum Ovatum and In ddltion to a full line of general nursery A bany,foharpless,,trawberl.ies at SI 50 Mora Profitable than Oranges !
Pou Arachuifcru, stock adapted to the climate ot Florida, we & Chs. Downing
are constantly receiving seeds and plants Globe Peach, and Erie: BLACKBERRY. Send for Catalogue of
on from all over the tropical and subtropicalworld -IK -Price List FRKE. __
r J Texas Blue Grabs many of which are introduced for the SAMUEL C. DECou, GrrapeVl.n.es: : :
first time into the United States. Bur Co. N. J.
Moorestown, ington ,
12'rob 25 cents.1'10 1 ) 10tt-ti,32.00.
of s,seed 25cts. All by mall, postpaid. We can only mention a lew of the rare ________ __ __d_ __ suited to the soil and climate of
Package plants and trees we catalogue for the fall ol

r Diospyros KakI, the Japan Persimmon, 1886: Oranges and Lemons FLORIDA,
Grown and for sale at the
which are now en route and expected '0 arrIve I Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose. !
here on or about the lint) 'of November. Apples,Star-Apples,Suger-Apples,Cherimoyas, Andalusia and Fort San Luis
Purchasers con select which varieties they Sour- Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish Consign; men s solicited. Liberal advances Vineyards used Nurseries
choose out of the following kinds, which correspond Limes1 Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries, made. Would be pleaded to correspond with
to the various arbitrary nuims given Maumee Sapotas, Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap- parties desiring to ship here. Near TALLAHASSEE, FLA.,
United States. I i pIes, Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizzias
by foreign dealers In the E. J'uIlOIV, Manager.
IKorrisoii fc Co.
and Cassias in Summers ,
Jatrophas, Fourcrayas,
Tnnciiasih. The Heedless variety, the best. I Send for Price List of FLORIDA WINES.
Yuccas,Agaves, Dasyhnons, Plumerias, Palmsin 171 Sooth Water St., Chicago.
excellent lor
Jfae1i'ya. Large variety, stor -
( variety), Caesalpinias and Poincianas, many Refer to Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago -
ing. excellent. kinds of Ipomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas, and rare J. V. Farwell ,fc Co.,Chicago. Tested
JVwow. variety,
Atnony or _Large ; Qibley's
: greenhouse plants; Antigonons, Bamboos, East
Jlyokume.: Very.largei\ globular and sweet. Indian Pines and forest trees ; Pandamus seedS
fruited used for dried
M"rodguru. Long Veitcbil Musa
Ensete Cyphomandrabetaceathe
> I ; and Plants .
trult. I ( "Tomato tree" of Jamaica); the "Melon Strawberry Blackberry Il\.1P(> .
.ZRngt. The smallest and earliest variety.Ktirokumot Shrub" and White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses
;, .Early,large, globular.. I and all sorts of shrubbery in variety. AND
Goshomaru. Early, large,globular. To Market Gardeners and Truck

;.Grafted tree, 82 per dozen. S13 per 100.t Red Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready, Grape Viuc.s by Mail, Postpaid,
Farmers of Florida.Send
?Don't delay sending In your order. They I t2.00)() per hundred, S15.UJ per thou ;and. .
at-west possible prices and safe arrival guaranteed -
can be forwarded by themselves, or together New catalogue Address ready in Uctober. Lan orders by express or freight for our Catalogue and Price List of Gar-
with other slock. den, Field and Flower Seeds.H. .
For Jist add
REASONEU' BROS., at expense puiubaser. pril'e -
... The New Muriumiu Plum Box Manatee,Fla.ORIENTALFRUITS. (CSi'V.: .C.Denton Esq.,the well known planter
i which I have a nice stock of my own raising C. STEELE, and Revenue Collector of A lach ua Co., sendsus
.. ,and offer trees one ye+irold, bushy, about I ------ Switzerland, St. Johns Co., Fla. the following unsolicited endorsement of
1% feet high, for 25cts.; dozen, 52/x); IOU, $l5. our stocks: "Your Early Dwarf Flat Dutch

._ ARNOLD POJSTZ, Cabbage has given perfect satisfaction, and
'*Duval Co. Greenland, Fla.FAIRVIEW McCartney Hedge Rose Plants for Sale. you ate well able to control the seed marketin
a 1 LeConte and Kieffer Pears on their this section.! "
G own roots; Bartlett and other Pearson This Hose makes a handsome and perfectly Above catalogue, together: with our complete -
G LeConte roots; Prunes Simoni and impassable fence; said to last an hundred list of Farm anti Garden Implements,
NURSERIES Japanese Plums; Peen To& Hone years. Plants can be set until February, not mailed free to all applicants. Address
Peaches; Russian Apricots. A later.
r lance and general assortment of Fruit JIlIt.\.lU SI1ZLEY
Address CO.'y
.t Trees. Catalogue with facts. Free Fairbanks ltoche .
O.> H. THATCHER, Address W. F. HEIKES 1 ,Manager.UuUTUU Fla.
V acG A-rwrrlef.HuntSVllleAla

: : Manager, FOR SALE.
5 1887 1O,00( SOUR ORANGE TllEES, FOR

Sao Mateo, Putnam County Florida.The 1886'Ve -?'. BUDDING,
My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are
.. perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and make specialties of LeConte and Kelffer
From % to 1% Inches in diameter; price from
Pear Trees, Peen-To and Honey Peach Trees:
always handy to tell tbt day of week, month
Persimmons. Also all other
and Japan
01" $5 to $15 10O
year. per
best varieties of the Orange and Lemon nursery stock, including Apples and Pearson
Too costly to give I will mall one to
away according to size and quantity taken.
and other Citrus, Fruits. nickel LeConte Roots, at bottom prices for the
anybody sending me a to help ad-
4'++ vertiing postage, etc. You need and coming season. Write for new catalogue,
1 of the of recent Intro- one .. FRANK EKBLAND, Manager.
Choice varieties,, Fig, should send soon before all are gonp. Just) issued,to PUL.ESTON A C.-
Wnldo. Fla.
duction.T... JAMES: HASLEY. Proprietors Fla. Nursery,Monticello, Fa.IIiirsores .

TheCattley Guava,both the Red and Yellow Peed Grower,Madison, Ark.

. .,\ 14 100 fanny"Album Love Verses ands
\ of Lake Woir! GO. GIVEN AWAY
The Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto LeConte Marriage scenes, 1

the;soil and climate of Florida. Nursery.The Fortune Teller,2"Kurius"Love-letters, 12 In-
100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees. terestlng Games, 2 Beau Catchers 1 Magi
'-The Japan Plum,varieties of the Mulberry, largest.grower Age Tablet, the Language of Flowers, and
Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes,Pecans,etc. REF tECO lOur trees are very thrifty, three and four 2UU samples of New Goods that will fill youi
of these year old stock,%to\% inch diameter,with pockets with Gold. ALI SENT :FKKK foi
.4J: -,Catalogue.free on application. f4 Ig Fears one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible only 13c. to help pay postage etc. UNION
a z from to Florida Southern Railroad.. Send for SUPPLY AGENCY, Box 322, Phllad'a Pa.
KFKRKNCK3Crosby k Gowen.San Mateo; CuttingsCatalogues Catalogues. Address' 3-TJiis if the Biggest Offer ever made by c.
Hon. u. W. Lyle San Mateo; W. J. Webb buy no other anu avoid Blight. E. B. FOSTER, Manager Reliable Firm and all our readers should take
Palatka. free. W. W.THOMPSON,amlthvllle,Ga. dec21-ly South Lake Weir, Fla. advantage of it .A T ONCE-Ed.


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will leave and arrive as fol'lows:
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3 10 40 4 48 510 i 8 55i10 55 7 55 .......Belair....... 112 2 21 8 2112 48 3 50 4 05 8 55 of theYouth's

4 ........ _? ...... I ...... ...... ........ .Crystal Lake..111 ...... ...... ..?....1, ...... ...... ......
5 10 45 .?... 515 900 ?.... _...... _.Bents....... 110 2 16 8 16........ 315 ...... ......
10 1O5 458 5 25 I 91O110 8 25 ....Longwood_ 105 206 8 0512 :n 333 :3 40 8t5: '
13 1103 5 03 5 3:1: 9181150 8 40 .?Altamonte? 102 158 7 5713 30 3 25 3 05 8 13
14 11 U7 5 OG 53!$ 9 22'12' 00 850 ...._Mayo........ 101 153 7 521226 3 ID 255 H tIS
15 1112 508 543 9 2712 15 900 ....Malttand.... 100 148 7 4812 23 315 24.5 800 Compallioll
18 1120 515 5 52 D 35:12: 35 9.15 _Winter Park... 97 1 4C 7 4012 15 3 07 2 30 7 50

ID ....._ ..._ 6 00 ...... ...... .. ?... .......Wilcox...... 95 ...... 7 32........ 3 00 ...... .....
22 11s5: 5 26 6 OS 9 50 140 9 55 .......Orlando..... 93 128 72812 02 2 5-5 210 7 30

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26 1145 534 620 1002 1 55 ..._.. ...-Jessamine... 89 1 12 71311 49 240 1 25 7 02 Elegantly Illustrated.
ZT 1148 ...... 6 23 10 05 ......10 25 _.Pine Castle.? 88 I 10 7 10 ........ 2r.: ...... ....
30 1155 5 40 600 1012:. 2 ZTlO 46 .-Big Cypress... 85 102 7 031142 230 110 6 52 ,
34 12 fIT 5 50 6 4,1)) A MI0 Z3 2 411130 .?-McKinnon.. 8) 12 50 6 521132 PH 2 J5112' 55 1iJ 7 Mailed to any address for Ten Cents.
40 12 40) 615 .700 61510 40 320 ......_ ..Kisslmmee.. 7512 :i51 6 4011 20 835 2 0012 20: 62J
44 12 50( ...... PI 62.5 AIr ......1215 ....Capmbells "'! 7112 05 AX ........ H2a P Dt ........ ......
52 108 642 64:1: 4 1012 35Lake Locke-1 6311 47 1044 8 00 1053 5 3'2
67 120 652 65.5 4 3012 52 .?.Davenport-I, 581135 10 32 7 47 103.5 5 I.i New Subscriptions sent at once,
61 130 700 705 447 125 ..Haines City._' 541125 1022 735 1015 500 Free F t to J Jan I with $1.75, will include the COMPANION I :'
68 148 714 722 520 I 45 ..Bartow Junc. 4711 12 10 07 715 9 45 4 42 FREE, from the time the subscrip-
72 158 721 73J: 540 200 ..Auburndale. 431050 9 M 654 915 4 2 t
77 2 08 7 28 7 43 5 55 140 ?. --Fitzhughs.., 3810 :n 9 4t 6 42 9 00 i laSJ tion Is received to Jan. 1, 1887, and a full year from that date. This
: 223 742 815 640 3251..Lakeland..... 321013 9 30 625 8 35 3 55 offer includes the Thanksgiving and Christmas Double Numbers.
93 2 48 8 02 9 00 7 25........_ ....Plant City..? 2210 00 9 03() 5 25 7 30 3 20
98 2 58 ...... 915 ..?... ...... ......_.Cork..__ 17 9 50 ...... 4 55 ...... ...... Please mention this Paper.
103 310 8 Zl 9 30 8 35 410 .......Se1fner...?.. 12 9 43 8 35 5 40 6 30 2 40
105 317 8 2IJ: 9 45 8 45. 4 20 ...... bfango..... 10 9 35 I 8 28 4 32 6 20 2 32 Address PERRY MASON & CO., 41 Temple Place, Boston, Mass.

109 8 25 ...... 9 57 ...... .......Orient........ 6 9'10 ...... 418 ....... ......
115 340 860 1015. 9 25 5 00 Ar Tampa Lv 0 A H I 8 00 400 5 40 2 00

*Flag Stations. Trains Mo.3 and o leave from and arive at J., i. & K W. Depot. Mo. i. ____-_-u. __. --H-_ u-__._.__ -
2.3 and 6 Daily. No. 4,5,7 b 9,10, 27, 28, and 29 Dally except Sunday. Trains No.3 and 6 The Largest and Most Complete Estab- MUSICAL 1NHTKUMENT8.
stop only at Orlando, Kissimmee, Bartow Junction, Lakeland and Plant City. No.30 Dally -
except Monday. No. stops at Kissimmee for Supper Nos. 1 and 2 stop at Kissimmee for lishment South. --- -
Dinner No. stops at Lakeland lor Breakfast. I4 o.8 stops at Lakeland for Supper.
Trough Tickets sold at all regular stations for all points North, East and West. Baggage

checked througb.Pembertoll.l'errJ. KNABEPIANOFORTES.
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, Drll.llch.-S.F. R.lt. E
Sail ford and Indian River It.
South Bound North Bound.
head Down Read Up. E'I I .

F'st Ac. "st AC'j,m Dally except Sunday. IL I IF I UNEQUALLED IN
''r"l M'L &Ft STATIONS. M'l ="
19. 2L 20. 22. South Bound. North Bound I Tone, Touch, \Workmanship! ,and Durability

-;:;: :; ; :;:;;:;: Read Dowd. Read Up. n8 r ''I 'I'Ti TVII o 4.10 7 440 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.440. 6.20 67 Pas. Pas. I Pas. I. Nos. 204 and 208 West Baltimore Street,Baltimore.

1 4.14 7.45 .....?..F1tzgerald. .... 9.36 6.15 56 = &Ft &Ft STATIONS &Ft =" I II. No. 112 fifth Avenue, New York. __ _
3 4.19 ,'. ....._.... .Orlole . .._ .... 5J ,q 23. 25. 24. II I
6 _.... ...?.. . .. .Day City........ ,.51 --- -- I
10 4.33 8.20 ..... ... .Macoll......... 5.4047 p.m Hamlin
Oa. &
? ? 8.00p.m Mason
12 4.38 ..8.3 ?.....?.Owensboro..?.... 9.30.. 5.30 45 4.50 1v........Sanford .........ar : Iff 1
16 4.60 9.05 ...?.?...Dade City......?... 5.00 41 11.00 5.05Fort Reed......... 7'43 2.0015 I
11.10 5.15 .... .....Rutledge......... 7.3.1 1.5013
23 5.08 9.40 .........Rlchland........ .. ?
82 6.2810.10 ..... *Tedderville.. .?. 8.27 3.30251 I 7 11.15 5.l:: ) ..............Lord7.28 1.4 12 Geo. S. Hacker & Son I _
87 5.40 10.30 ;.....-. Kathleen... .. .. 8.15 3.1020 121135' 5-10 .............Cl1fton ............ 7.0811.Z3 7 ORGANS: PIANOS: ,
40 5.47 10.42 ........GrUlln's? Mill....... 8.08 2.5517 14 lJ.40 5.45 . .*Tuskaw1l1a .. 7.03.18, 5 MANUFACTURER OF I Highest Honors ,,.-+ New mode of
:n 6.00 11.15 ??...?Lakeland.....??. 8.00 2.4014 1912.07\ 6.12............ Ovid eo............ 6.50\ 1.054' at all GreatWorld's StringingDo not require. one-
51 .:.._..... .......?.... 7.30 .51 6 12.1.5 6.20 ar..Lake Cbarm..lv 6.30112.45\ 0 DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDING b it ion s Exhl-for quarter as
67. 0.35 Arrive..Bartow..L..pve i.15 .40 0 eighteenyearsOne .
Pianos theprerailinir
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Dartov Drll.llc1t.-lJaUy. No. 8-At Lakeland with train for Bartow; And Building Material. Styles fw. to D r'wrest-pinn
fooo.For Cash
South Bound. ...,orth Bound. at Bartow Junctiou with train for Bartow.No. tasy Payments system. K.-
11-At Bartow Junction with train from Office and Warerooms, King, op. Cannon St., : Rented.Cat. markable for
:1-'as. Pas., Pa& : Pas. Pao Pas free.ORGAMDPIASOCO. purity of trae
I Tampa; at Bartow with train from Pember- alogues
Charleston S. C. aDd
No. &Ft &Ft r" rATIONS. r" &Ft No. sFt ton *erry,and Florida Southern Railway lor ,
11. 13. 12. q 12. 14. 16. PuntA Gorda.
$100 A WEEK.
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No. 12-At Bartow Junction with train for
AM: P. )( P.M. Lv Ar 17 AM. P.K. P.)[. Sanford.No. a
11.15 2.10 7.15 0 Bartow J'nc 1210.40 1.40 6.30 Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant profitable
13-At Bartow Junction with train from
11.30 2.28 7'35 5 Winter Hvn 10.ID/ 1.25 6.10 Tampa.No. employment write at once. We want.' 164 Tremont SLBodon. 46 E.14th SI (Union Sq.),
11.42 2.40 7.60 .Eagle Lake 510.05 1.13 5.65 14-At Bartow with Florida Southern you to handle an article of domestic use that N.Y. 148 Wabash AYe.,Chicago.PIANOS&ORGAU.

lL52 12.05 3.1018. \ 6I171a Bartow' Iv 01 I 9.551 J.03.45. \ 5.3) train with train from for'lampa.No. Punta Gorda. ; at Bartow Junction recommends ST tPLE AS Fl.OUH.itself to Sells every like one hot at cakes.sight. -_ =

-- --- Profits 300 per cent. Families wishing to
CONNECTIONS.TRAIN 15-At Bartow Junction with trains
practice should for their
economy own
OI ail makes direct
to customers
from Tampa and Sanford at Bartow with HI -
No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway:for Punta Gorda. benefit write for particulars. Used every from headquarter, at
DeBary-Baya Line Steamers from Jackson- day the year round in every household. wholesale prices. All goods
No. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains for
Trice within reach of all. Circulars free. guaranteed. Nomoney askW
ville, and J.,T. & K. W. train from Titusvllle; Tampa and Kissimmee.No. .
Agents receive Sample Free. Address till instruments are recdtand
at Barlow Junction with train for Bartow
; 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Domestic+ llnf'g Co.. ('fAr In II. i...in. fully tested. Writ ns
at Lakeland with train for Pemberton
Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at before purchasing. An investment of 2 cents may
No.2 At Lakeland with train for Bartow -- --- --- --
; Lakeland with train for Kisslmmeo. save you from 850.oo to S10O.OO. Addresa
at Bartow Junction with trains to and from No.20-At Bartow with Florida Southern POULTRY. JESSE ...
Bartow; at Sanford with People's and De- Railway train from Punta Gorda; at Lakeland WftoUsal*. ting) 'forltheeBol tA.
Bary- aya Line Steamers for Jacksonville with train for Tampa; at Pemberton -
and J., T. &;K. W. tt ains for Jacksonville and'Titusville. Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for

Gainesville and Palatka.No. GUN, LOCKSMITHS, in'C.A.N.DOBBINS& .
No.3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through : .21-At Bartow with Florida Southern Fancy K Poultry.W. .
Coaches without change between Jackson- Railway for Punta Gorda.
ville and Tampa. Connects at Sanford with No.22--At Bartow with Florida Southern BRO.
J,.T. & K. \f. train from Titusvllle; at Barrow Railway train from Punta liorda; at Lake TV. FENDRICH
Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam- land with train for Tampa. ,
pa on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Steamship connections are made with Successor to Albert Fries,
with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Steamer Margaret for all points on Hlllsbor-
and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ough and Tampa Bays and Manatee ; Keeps 20 varieties of Pure-bred: Fowls.
with Plant Steamship Company's ships for also with Mall Steamships Riverd' Yards: Shell Road, near l\oncrietSprLng. s
Kpy West and Havana. Whitney of the Plant Steamshii. Co., for Key Eggs for Hatching, 82 per dozen.P. .
No. 6-lias Pullman Sleeper and Through West and Havana, and sttamer lor Point O. Box 38L Jacksonville, FIn
Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack- Pinellas and old Tampa Bay. 9-Mention Dispatch.

sonville. Connects atTampa on Tuesdays, Passports can be applied for through any _._ h_ __
Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Notary Public, and Notary's certificate that
Margaret from Manatee ltiver.and on Sun- such application has bean made, when vised EDUCATIONAL.PRIVATE .
days, Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant by the Spanish Consul at Key West, will an- ---
Steamship Company's ships for Havana and ,
swer the purpose of a Passport. '
:No. At Lakeland with train for Pemberton Gen. Freight&Ticket Agent. ,

Ferry. Primary, Preparatory, and Academic Depart- Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters
ments. .
I I Miss S. P. FLEMING, A. B., a graduate oi:
$700to $2600 A YEAR, clear of Cornell University, having had many years' 44 W. Forsyth St., Op.St.Johns Hotel.
all expensecan be experience In some of the best school in the
made working for us. Agents preferred who OFFER.we'nt them States of New York and Ohio, assisted by an JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA
can furnish their own horses. and give their A BIG win GIVE able corps of teachers, offers to the public su
whole time to the business. Spare moments AWAY 1,000 Self Operating Washing Ma perior advantages for tnorough education. Gunsmithing done In all Its branches.

may be profitably employed also. A lew va- chines. If you want one send us your name, Boarding Department in charge of an accomplished IRON SAFE WORK.
cancies In towns and cities.)lB.F. JOHNSON P. O. and express office at once. THE NA- lady. For further particulars
6 CO.,1013 Main.St., Richmond, Va. TIONAL Co.,23; Dey St.,N. Y. quire of Principal at 59 East Monroe Street. Spocial rates on Stencil Cutting by malL

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{ BELLEVIEW. MARION CO., FLA. I So great I if our faith we en CIUe'Oll..s.,
iMffcTtr,we will mail toconrlnct,|
; DH. II. KNIGHT, Proprietor. ._L I free. B.S. LAUDEBBACH it Co..J'rwart.ft. $mith'sTollicFOR SYfUI

Belleview 11 in the highlands of Marion county on the F.It. & N. Railroad, 10 miles gout h J
! of) Ocala. Its elevation'nd distance from rivers and swamps ensures a dry atmosphere anti
freedom from foe*. Table first.clan Northern cooks. All the Florida fruits and vegetable RUPTUREHave
r! In their Reason. This place Is especially commended to those of the invalid class,and others, THE CURE OF
who desire all the comforts of a Northern home. Skillful medical attention wnen neo Terms on application. J. A.SHKltMAX'S Famous Home Treatment, the only I FEVER and AGUEOr
-- ---- -- -- -,- ._-- ---- 1 known guarantee comfort and cure without operationor I
hindrance from labor! No steel or iron bands. Per
'! feet retention night and day,no i-hattntr, suited to all
? .... MARSHALL HOUSE :":. !ies. Now $10 only. Send for circular of measure- CHILLS and FEVER,
... j t orients,instructions and proofs. Get wired at home and
I be happy office SHU Broadway New York.
SAVANNAH, GA. -- -- --- --- .
, !( Samples Free CROWN Samples Free
Northern Meats and All the Delioacies of the Season. proprietor of this celebrated medicio
I :MEDICATED justly claims for it a superiority over all ren
i Reflted Refurnished and the best hotel in the city.
, Complexion Powder edies ever offered to the public for the SAFI ,

GEORGE D. IIODGES, Proprietor. Highly indorsed by the theatrical CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cur

(Formerly of the Metropolitan Hotel,New York and the Grand Union,Saratoga.. Contains valuable medicinal properties profession.which of Ague and Fever.or Chills and Fever.whetler
of short or long standing. He refers to tb '
:' 1 ---- --- -- ------- remove of the skin. It
IMC a g 30L c> 1 1 a :IItel:: effects complete Transformation,and causes entire Western and Southern country to bee .
the most ordinary person to become Strikingly him testimony to the truth of the assertio
OCALA, FLA. Beautiful. It is put up in Pearl and Flesh that in no case whatever will it fail to cure T
i j'
tints, in large toilet boxes
and is for sale
New Management. First-Class In Every Respect. Prices Reduced. all Druggists,or sent securely pealed to any the directions are strictly foUowedand carrie 'i
Commodious'Sample Rooms. MRS. L. C. SCRANTON, Manager. address on receipt of PRICE FIFTY CENTS In out. In a great many cases a single dose hi ,
: stamps or currency. Ladies can obtain elegant been sufficient for a cure,and whole familit-.
,: .' samples FREE, by enclosing 10 cts. in have been cured by a single bottle,with ape. ..

, } _-_ FURNITURE.Lx __ ._ ._ _._ -- stamps, naming to pry this for paper postage CROWN and packing CHEMICAL, address feet restoration of the general health. It i ,
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COMPANY, 1018 Arch St., Philadelphia Pa. however,prudent,and in every case more ce .
tain to cure,if its use is continued in smallf
<" '::;; ... '-I.-.."..". tJoti.cCJ" ;;-...... .
FURNITURE I : "0 .ow. doses for a week or two after the disease hr :

,, s.", '-IV. Y- ZP-ClS: .... been checked,more especially difficult an '

A ;" S ......ao-_ : Ea._CJ : =i C eo long-standin cases. Usually this medicin ,

.f..-"J;.. t".'.>J\2\ = :4C..empj7ORGsmo ...,.0 will not require any aid to keep the bowels i .
: CI.d .vmo ...=C..
-' c4mM. := good order. Should the patient,however,rr '
j Great Reduction in PricesUNTIL =-.II.:i< CIS< o o CIS three or four doses of the Tonic,a dos *
i mop : :I
; a..o=,-.1 1 OS 1.I.c!OgOA.. will be sufficient. Use no other.
,:;.. O C T O B Jb2 R 1st9 ,,-C b(= 0 oS oS.-oi'jMF
..f =... =CIS KF_S will to No. U 46 West street. Call at and obtain reducf.t .17.)" C'" c e..o
, When we remove to Bay once our :E.a e l .. < . prices before purchasing. :$c caaEiw H. .......-"oco....;:"o= SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,


( No.2Bl< and 28 Ocean street.City / <: BULL'S WORM DESTROYED

I -- -- : < : The Popular Remedies of the Day.


: : ---__-__. : : Principal Office,831 Main St.,LOUISVILLE.K

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: w M COO 1 < < ____n__MISCELLANEOUS._ _n_ ___un _
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A. O..A.E: =I. J:) ,
To all who are suffering from tho errors and
, I Indiscretions youth, nervous weakness,early KINDS OF

English, Parisian and New York decay, lossof manhood, &c., I will send a recipe Handkerchiefs and Curiosities.Call .

J. that will cure you,FREE OF CHARGE.This great and see goods.

remedy was discovered by a missionary In South No.22 Laura Street, near Bay,
Pants from $6 to $15 Suits from $25 to $65. I
; : America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Jacksonville,Fla.

REV.JOSEPH T. INMAN,Station D, New York City.
Workmanship, Cut and Finish Unsurpassed.If CECIL HT READ THIS CAREFULLY.

you want Complete Satisfaction and Guaranteed Fit, call on me at In order to Introduce and advertise or.r
goods in all parts of the country AT ONCE M e
I No.72 W. St. Jacksonville Fla. are almost

following Valuable Collection of Beautiful -
Student of;the Royal Veterinary College of Useful, Amusing and Mlscellaneoi s
\ BANKS. London, Things. We will send the Entire Collection.
post-paid,for only 18c.
Will answer all communications through let- You cannot fall to be more than atlfle .
i LAKE REGION. ters and telegrams. 6 Beautiful Engravings viz: The Morning:
of Life.A Garland of Flowers.The First Lov.-
MORRISON ST,,t PYLTON & CO., BANIiE.l-CS. letter The Faggot Gatherer, Indian Summe',
, LEE nURG, Sumter County, Florida. and The Waning Year. 60 Portraits of Fa.
Jacksonville' Office in Orlando.'Fla.: ,at mous Men,26 Portraits of Famous and Beat -
Correspondents: Ainbl, Marvin t Stockton, Fla.; Rank of Manhattan Co.,
tlful Women 200{))Selections Autograph A-
New York Melville A Co. Lombard Street London, England.A I ,
Cltj; Evaps > Reed Foster's: Stables. bums 41 Work In
general Bank .g bushes conducted. Accounts opened for depositors and collection ____________n_ Fancy Designs Embroidery.
Crochet, Berlin Net and Lace Work, Crops
made. Money placed on mortgage for Investors. and WHISK ABITScuredathomewithoutpaln. Stitch, etc. 100 i'opular' Songs all the favo"-
REAL ESTATE & Co. Frultland Park GardeniaP. ;
Correspondents:Stnpylton Book
OPIUM I ites 300 Puzzles,Charades Rebuses.Enigma
.O.,Sumter Co. Fla. and 8 Delabay St.: Westmlnster/London, England. of particular sent Free ; ;
Riddles etc. UK Valuable St-
Investors and Hettten: ..re Invited to communicate personally or by correspondence. .. ._8. M. WOOLI"i M D..AtUnU.fl ; Money-Making'
-- -- -_ crets, some of which have sold for$>each;
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ANTED for Dr. Scott's Amusing Parlor Games; 83 Tricks in Magi.)
E. X. W. A. DELL. A
gents beautiful Electric Corsets, and Legerdemain; 58 Chemical and other Ex
STATE BANK OF FLORIDA. Brushes, Belts. etc. Sample tree. No periments 33 Popular Recitations, the Language .
risk, quick sales. Territory given, satisfac- of Flowers, the Golden Wheel FortuneTeller
;' tion guaranteed. Address a Dictionary of Dreams a Guide t.'.
Safe Deposit Ssvfe. DK. SCOTT, 842 Broadway N. Y. Flirtation,the Magic Age Tablet, the Lover,'
Open Daily (Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Telegraph the Magic Square,the Morse Teli.graph .
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. MARRIED I LADIES Can ?ornmdo Alphabet the Deaf and Dumb Alpha
ABLE bet, the Seven Wonders of the World and
Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per Year. and samples,securely) sealed,by return mail Map of the United States.
DOUBLE COMBINATION AND TIME LOCKS. enclose self addressed stamped envelope,andname Remember-we will.,end you EVERYTHING
thlspappr. Crown Chemical Company, named above for only 18 ct.,.in pottaqestamp*.
I AWN. BAKER, Cashier., IIENItY A. DENGLE, Manager. 1018 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Address, UNION SUPPLY AGENCY,
-- Reliable Lady Agents Wanted. Box 322, Philadelphia, Pa.

E. W.AONEW, President. A.McINTYRE, Cashier. -------

800 pounds Long Primer,the type the Dl,-
CAPITAL $ O.OOO. patch Is printing from, Is offered' for ia\A
Correspondent: Mercantile National Bank, New York. cheap. Address
Collections all parts of Florida promptly attended to. u.w. DACORTA.SAMPLEs1.ooror13'Veek. .


k be mailed securely wrapped to any address la the .
LINIMENT.Prepared States f\fDI i?O forThree Month.
of V*W IT i 6i\5 One Dollar. Ub
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen eral discount allowed to Postmasters.Agents aneClubs. .
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE Sweet of Connecticut,;the natural Bone Set .The POLICE OAzrrn
ter. been used for than 50
more years, of New York Is the onT legitimate
FLA., and is the best known remedy for Rheumatism Illustrated SPOrting and Sensations
Has for sale choice Lot Orange Groves and WI1d Ietnds. Allows interest on deposit Col- ,Neuralgia.t-prains.Bruises,Cuts,Burns, JournalpubUI1edontheAI1er.C&l. r DCF"" t
:. v-T wi j: ....'t lects Rents and Intereb Regtltiates.14tns,etc. Wounds ana all extem&11njuries.SOLD continent. Apply for terms to f" rCCEl i :"

'J.'C. GREELEY, ] ebident. L. I>. HOS2IER, Trcat. er. BY ALL J>HUGi 6T6-TY IT. Richard i K. Fox. Franklin Square, New York4NOVEbmER
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the best 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 ol Land on my books to sIf ct 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

, C)2] < 3p Coast. Will pay 5 per cent. on all sales made by you. For particulars, send for "TiiK, .

ADO ..rybC a; =_ ORANGE GRoVE.* .

iiC) 1 3 ANTHONY & YOUNG, g = n% g axv> JOHN CROSS, '. }. '

.. as ocs'9- = .... d aa" srSSrS:: ::S SSsO Liverpool. Manatee Co., Fla. "- 'v f
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ii : !;: Real Estate & Insur. Agents, g = --- '-- '

_ p f o.OSt4.m C"d. ., ;, o C. MCQUAIG.. J. D. SMITH. P. R. nOWIA

:;: qom a) '" Palmetto. Manatee Co., Flu.: :; ;:;: tp_ g ,
t'" 0 QI e''c< :::: 0
. .... :::' -0"" i1eQUAIQ'SREAL
: .-.. on. .., .'
Town property improved and unimprovedIn
all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and 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. 8. A. JOKES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE,Bee. &Treas t
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Nun Antonio, Ilcrimmlo. t la.
Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every
A Beautiful in Location. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive Spot a Healthy ,.. _

Pamphlet and newspaper._ Notary Public and Conveyancer.Lands .

solicited for al'. Prompt attention toa'1
W. R. BROWN & CO., Unequalled for Orange Culture and Trucking. correspondence. Send stamp for Circular
I and Land List.

REAL ESTATE DEALERS On the F. R. & N. Go's main line, 25 mil<< II! I

Transportation south of Ocala,unexcelled.8 miles orth of Leocburg. 571,320:; ACRES

A specialty of Educational Facilities, moral
REFERENCES-GoV. E. A. Perry, Tallahassee; Hun A. J. Russell, Jacksonville; Hon home influences, health. and reasonable
Walter Gwynn, Sanford. profits from all agricultural and industrial I South Florida Lands
pursuits. All I ask is a personal inspectionof ,
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR: NOTARY PUBLIC.ci Orange Home and vicinity.will .

C> C> I..E:: de cOC> sell Real Estate, Orange Groves, Town -."
Lots, Hammock and High Pine Lands. situated in the counties/ of Orange, Brevard. ,.
Real Estate Brokers and \ ()ItI..la. sumter. I'olk. Hernando, Hillsborough -.*
Agents, Orange Home is an ESTABLISHED TOW a d ;\la..ateeand *
mails, general Mores, etc.
61 West Bay Street t", Jacksonville, Fla.
Corespondenee' solicited. References of the
Orange Groves, Truck Farms and Lands of every description. City best furnished. 840 TOWN I OTS'H_

and Suburban for Sale.
Property LS""Dol1't buy until you write to me.V .
Correspondence solicited. '
\ '. C. DODD in he towns of Kis
Orange Home Snmter Co., Fla. Eagle Lake, Gordonviile, Barlow, Auburn-
2,500,000 ACRES OF LAND dale, LakeUml -eflner, MaoJ'o'and Orient., -
Also Lots In t li" tow UH' '"i Pemberfon, Owenp-
boro, Hlch'aud, Ka hleen and Haskell, on
FOR SALE BY line or the Peinbe t';n Kerry Branch. A map I
and clescripiive notes of south Florida, showing
I have In hand a large amount of Florida location of these lands,will he furnished
lands for sale; in Volusla.' Kn'>and! ,.nll Polk, on application to the Laud Department of
and in a number of counties around Tallahassee. the South FloridaRalhoadCompany. f
Some: tt very low prices. Those desiring t ;
mv assistance in selling lands will i lease address I i
s. o. CHAM':
me at V.I'4 Peachtice SI., Atlanta, CJa. ",
No commission\ charged if a sale is not I <
made. I). N. MARTIN. Acting!!: Gen'I I Uu1at..S. F. II. H. Co ..

Hanford, Fla.- \

Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange, -- -' -_. ------ ;

Sumter Hernando Hillsborough Brevard! Baker Polk & Manatee .. I
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Consisting of the finest Orange: ,Farming, Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the State: of Flor loc.INVESTMENT.. s I
ida. Prices $1.25 per acre and upwards, according to location. Groves made and warranted on the :,
favorable terms In one of the most healthy] r
For further Information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., I'alalia,Fla. The Mass. Real Estate Co. sections of Florida. Boarding and houses to; .
rent at moderate
prices send for part ictilaniLami .
L. N., WILKIE, W. P. COUPEK, Has earned 10% per cent. net upon its capital Li 1)cents for glimpses at the Orange l la ud.
invested to the present: time, and now own For reference we refer you to the editor of-
Chief Clerk and Cashier,Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. about half million dollars woi shot' si-class this paper. Direct to'V.
business real estate. It is under the management H. tEED,
'V. Forsyth St. of such men as Lieut. Gov. Ames, May Pittman, r la.
or Green,of Fall River. Send to office of Co.
17 for prospectus, to GEO. LEONARD, Agent,:Wi
Washington Street, Boston, N ass. Braidentown Real Estate Agency..

Attorney at Law. Real Estate Agent and Justice '
of the Peace,
Real Estate Agency.
,, -,. : Braklentown, Manatee Co., Fla.

." i H.} : 4 r Will buy and tell all kinds of Heal Estate ..

REAL ESTATE. Healthy Lauds! Low Prices on in Manatee commission County.highteen Personal years'knowledge residence of

: r .\\i' ;.., ,i!, Kissimmee otters the best chances for setters most of the land throughout the county.
?. .. .; A" a practicing Attorney and at County
:. .Jl.; ; in Florida. It is the coming district as
;' 4. IIi'.!, Judge fora number years, I have had occasion -
!,' all who know the S ate testify. There is Big
to become familiar with many titles
M-mey for investors; In Town Lots.
and the County Record Having been contin-
-, uously engaged,all these years. In the actual
ii gli Pine and Hammock LandsAt
cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable -
I tj -.' products of this semi tropical section.
j reasonable prices. gives me advantage in the selection of the

Wild, Improved' FARMING, Grazing, Timber, Orange and TRUCK Lands. ,' Orange AihO' good land for Truck Farming. A few and various*bs'f1&'ts qualities. turnbhE'd.of lands Titles suitable.examIned Maps and

Uroves, Lands in all parts of the State, .,,'!iI' I mail Bearing Groves on tracts of from DeedRPxecutt'd. Inforruatlontarnlshed. Correspondence -
Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
These Groves are easily enlarged, and afforda
good start. Correspondence solicited. .Brailentown: Is situated on the
south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,

\' '''In. UO 'VELL. about thirty-five miles south Tampa. Has
( daily service by the elegant steamer
I CITY AND SUBURBAN. :::. .:> Kissimmee,Orange Co., Fla. Adjacent' are the lovely Terra Cela.Har,.-
.' : ''';'it >" sota.and Palma !Kola Hays,teaming with all

W. M. LEDWITH. F. C. SOLI.EE.LEDWITH kinds of fish, clams and oysters; and here on
',,: .. the Gulf, coast are the most beautiful build-
t j, ineslt .s In the world with thouoandsofacres
Property'Town and Beach LotsRente Collected, Money Loaned andInvested.t & SOLLEE, of hammock and pine Jand .where tropical
fruits and chol< e vegetables' be
DEA.F IN may grown topcrfecUf"
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:.' : Headquarters for Haines City Property. .
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f ,.:: NOVEMBER 22. 1886.] --THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.: 827

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t OLARENOE GORDON Wenson 1887. THE Season 1887.
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Oranges Vegetables

; ,Irving's Patent Water-Proof in adapting them to the most successful
Building Oranges growth of Vegetables, Oranges and Vegetables.
Fruits on Florida soils.
ranges Vegetables
Paper, These drape Sfannres
Oranges (as; acknowledged by the best scientific Vegetables
\ and practical authorities, in the Mapes
r ) t Oranges Pamphlet for 1887)) afford the Florida Vegetables

: 4 ROOFING, SHEATHING, LINING, CARPETING AND RUGS. Small Orange the on///, safe Fruit,rational Vegetable-growers and economical Semi-Tropical

:.'., .' tray of inanuriny.Fruits. .

Their High Grade Standard Fully :Maintained.
All the official analyses published by the Agricultural experimental stations(1S86and(
.. jt.;...\(.'.," cast vears) show that the high guaranteed standard of the Mapes Complete and Special
''rop Manures(highest in the worldi' has been fully maintained. Send postal for new pamphlet -
THE HERRINGTON $5 TYPE-WRITER. 1887, which gives analyses, gntranteed composition, prices and all desired Informa-
; tion,viz: How to get tbem,how to use them,etc.,address
L'1'1 TYSEN, SMITH & CO., (Our Forwarding Agents) Jacksonville, Fla.Dr. .
.: '{ I, ; Bend for Circulars and Samples. Agents wanted everywhere. G. W. LANCASTER, DeLand, Fla. I I G. D. CLIFFORD, Eustis, Fla.
; Dr. J. N. BISHOP, Sanford, Fla.T.HE .
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No.55}'West Bay Street,Jacksonville, Fla.
t .---.-- :MAPES CO., 158 Front St., New York.


1 .J.E T A. :r... DEALKRSjN]L t C> C> :Fr:: :]rsr c;. STONO PHOSPHATE CO., ,'

Corrugated Iron,Fire Proof Iron Shatters,4c.,etallc.Butldlng Supplies. .
State Agents for E. Van Noorden &:Co'sMETALIC
SI.IINGLES. ., .. .
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Booksellers Stationers Paper DealersNo. ', ,.

29 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. Soluble Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Ash Element,
German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats,
High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. 'f'"


59 and 01 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida All Orders Promptly Filled


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

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, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods,

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


Harcoiirl'M" .,'h,. I'riiii: mid How lo Uaic Them. New Ed. Revised, En THIS UNEQUALLED
larged and' Hilly Illnstnited. Cloth. .... ... .. ... .......................................i.2i ,} -
Moore' Orange Culture, Kev. Ed .. ..... .. .. ... .... ............ .......... ...$l.OCI .tL 1
Oemler'R Truck Fanning the South .. .... .... ... ... .... ....... ..... .............?.... 150 FERTILIZER FOR ORANGE TREES
Whitner's Harden ngln Fl McClellan'a Digest Laws of Florida ....... ....... ......................... ........ 4.00I .> 'Ti? .1
have all the Maps. Books,etc.,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica- Is delivered at your nearest Station, "rt\ *i
tion. Legal Blanks of every description.PATRONIZE '.i'.1-
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Snowflake Baking Powders, DKAI.EK IN ,

Railroad, Steamboat and Mill Supplies, Pure White Lead, Zinc and Colors, Glass, Putty,
And see that you get them as they are the best In the Market. Manufactured Varnishes, Brushes, Plain and Decorative Wall Paper,Doors,Sashes,Blinds,etc.
only by the
:Mixed Paints, all Shades and Colors-write for estimate. Locks, Sash-
Weights Cord, Hinges, Screws,etc. Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement.
FLORIDA CHEMICAL WORKS' Cor. Whltaker. President and York Streets, - SAVANNAH, OA..

.'"'.' -n 7 4 JAS M. }.Proprietors. .

Office and Laboratory No.33 Newnan Street,near Bay, next to Hotel Togni, PIANOS I AND ORGANS.

l Jacksonville, Flu.
Write for Price List and entlon the Florida Dispatch. BIG BAR G A INS. .... ..
-- I have purchased at a rare bargain the entire stock of Pianos and Organs of A.Pete>;5u.
of Gainesville and Palatka,and for next thirty days will make a grand clearing Bale of these
FLORIDA i nstruments and my present stock of Pianos and Organs. Rare bargains can be had as I go
DISPATCH North at an early date to make arrangements for an entirely new stock of Pianos and Or-
gans. As I am not In the habit of advertising In the usual stereotyped "thirty day bar-
iraln"style parties will understand that I mean business and will offer aenuine bargains
'OnJ.y$2: per ear.'j while the sale lasts. A. B. CAiaPBELI MUSIC. HOUSE, Juckhonviile.,
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Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and ,

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest. ANDFERTILIZERS


No Transhipment.First-Class Passenger'j* Accommodation JQ- No Extra Handling.fi* WIT...II1MIt : : .A... :BC>"'[.TFI..S.: .. ; 1' ,

Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, $12, ;Ul"eN04r to .1. h.. I Hrl.1) '
2O West Buy %Mrri .fir..4h.it'11 It'. Fla.I .

handle none but the Best and most Reliable .....*..1... Ai I>. m-w Catalogue will be em tree on
Ihe superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from application. Also: Wholesale! U. aUrin

** Boston every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows : Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal Bran Wheat




1 ,'',.'.-."" .''.I J. E. Tygert & Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers.

Guaranteed |HL AntvlynlH.
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OITY OP MACON, Capt. Kelley................................................Thursday, Sept. 30,at 8:30 p. m MURIATE OF POTASH, jjjpiii SULPHATE POTASH,
GATE: CITY !. Hedge......._................................................Thursday, Oct. 7, at 2:30: p. m \
CITY OP MACON, Capt. Kelley.................................................Thursday, Oct. 14at 7:30 p. m NITRATE SODA, JT KAINIT, ETC.
lATE: CITY Hedge.................?.......................?..............Thursday; Oct. 21, at 1:00 p. m 27 it
CITY OP MACON, Capt. Kelley................................................Thursday. Oct. 26. at 7:30: p. mGATE Prices on application. July
CITY, Cap Hedge..........................................................Thursday, NoI:, at 1'00 p.m --
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.................................................Thursday, Nov. 11at 6:00 p.mGATE BRADLEY TER"fiLIZER
CITY Hedge............... ..........................................Thursday, Nov. If,at 11:30 a. m 00.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley................................................Thursday, Nov. 25, at 7:00: p.m I ,
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge._......................................................Thursday, })ec. 2,at 11:30 a. m
CITY OF MACOF, Capt. Kelley................................................Thursday, Dec. J H),at 5:00 p. m OF BOSTON. ,, '
UA.IE CITY, Capt. Hedge..........................................................Thursday, Dec.: 16,at 10:30 a. m
Through Bills Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia, Savannah, Florida
tnd Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. ATTENTION. OKAA'IJE G1M. >W" JS .. .
. (Florida Dispatch)and the Steamers of the b '" Island Route. y c rim-"

W. H. RINu Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.
For Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah, Ga. ,
For Tickets apply to connecting lines.
HENRY R. CHRISTIAN.G. S. Agent. 1C c!*' n It of I\iiic Yours' J:Xltt| :ri
t''Ia.. Ht"ptemher7, l>-8"! .
I Having had nine years' xperience in orange: ru1ture in .F.1..ri'.It I niul having trinl vwr ous
SAVANNAH LINE. I kinds of lert'llzprs, I feel it my duty to in neighbors to -ay thai >. ur goods have proved of
i more value to me for orange trees* than any other Jerlllirer have avert. ..
.Z1 :I J J)4: E -FOR- I hate given i ,nrhd h y's f rant Tiee I-PI-ti' i/erand Fin' (iroin-n bone good I lest (H""tWit
years, having used: your goods by ihesideol o'.heis! wl "rn I I.ou'd compare results. I shall
55 to 60 Hours invest in no other, and hrerfully reroinninnd' :>our j-ood< to the public. :M. K. UEAN... '

Attention, Florida Gardeners<< ,

and !x, ; -AND- Use Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer -

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Steamship Company.Central
OCALA, Fla.,September I%18&5.
The"Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer" which I N ught ol 5 ou last season has given
most! excellent results, and I take pleasure in Living you this te-timonial. I find thin fertilizer
( or 90 Meridian Time.) to be just!' what it f is represented,and I cannot speak too highly in i fiR favor. I want
Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y OfK. same amount this season t I'. O. EICHELHEROFK.
FORT MASON, Fla., August2\.
to or from New York,Cabin,125; Steerage,12.50; Excursion (return trip),343.50. We have used Bradley's Fertilizers extensively Vegetables and orange trees,anal they
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: have given better satisfaction than any lertiMzers we eer u ed. IJAVIES &TAYLOB.


CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine.................................... Friday, November 5- 1:00 a. In Palmetto
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton........................_...................Sunday, *" ovember 7- 2:30: p. m Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone Bradley's -
.tALLAHA 8EE..t Capt. Fisher............................................. Tuesday, November 9- 4:00: p. m A Phosphate, Bradley's sulphate of Potash,
Ci'l Y OP AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson...............?...................Friday, November 116:00: a. m .
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine...................................Sunday, November 137:00 a. in Nitrate ol Soda, etc., etc. _-_.",
NAOOOCHEE, Capt. ..............................................Tuesday, November 9:00a. m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher.................................................Friday, November 19-12:15 a. m f
CITY OP AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson............................... Sunday, Nm'ember212:00p.. m Send for Circulars. _''
IJHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine..................................Tuesday, November 23-- 4:00 p. m GEORGE }:. AVII,' ON, Slate Agf f'llt.
NAOOOCHEE Capt. Kempton...............!...............................Friday, November). 6:00: n. m 50 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
1'4 TALLAHASSEE! .., Capt. Fisher.........?...................................Sunday, November- 8:00a. m .. h
CITY OP AUGU TA, Capt. Nlckerson....._......................Tuesday, O\'emberm-: )a. mCHATTAHOOCHEE ------- --- --- -- -'
Capt. Catharine.a?................................Friday.. December : -12:15 a. m -

[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.]
Ornnn'o Trees and All Ltiiit4i Vcetttble: .
JJKSSOUG, Capt. Smith........................................................Thursday, November' 4-12:00) n'n
J UNI AT A, Capt. -_......?......_................................?.....Tuesday, November 94:00 p. miN Natural food for plant-llfe- Especially adapted to sandy sol's Anyone wishing to obtaH
OUG, Capt. 8mlth. _....._....._...................................Sunday, November 14- 7:00a m strictly good fertilizer will flml l it to hi1 Interest to 1 try thlt( Ills I not a con ntrated
.fCfNIATA, Capt. -._..................................._...._.._..........Friday. November 19-12:00:: n'n chemical fertilizer, but a well' manufactured Organic C >mpo- t. Th ellect is permanent.
DESSOUG, rapt. Smith........................................?......._Wednesday, November 21- <:30p. m Price in Nitflip ) $10.OO Ton.
JUNIATA, Capt. -_..__...._......_......_............?.........Monday, November 298:00 a. m ( per
fiend for Circulars. I have no agents.. Address -
Crescent City,Fla. ,
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and
the Sea Island Route.
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.
Through Ticket*and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North, East and Northwest ASHLEY PHOSPHATE OOMPANY'ACIlAULtST
Till van"lFor farther particulars apply to ,

HENRY YONGE, Agent O. M. ORIEL Agent: () S. C.Afclicly .
Pier No.85, North River,New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga.
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia. Soluble Guano a complete high grade Fertilizer.
J. D. HA8HAGENi Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida & Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway Y. I ,
y to connecting lines. I Atililcy Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
H. R. CHRISTIAN. Gen'l Soliciting Aeent.
and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.
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Ashley! Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer orange trees,bananas, etc

SETTLERS AND JNVJSTORS.SAN Ashley Dissolved Holies. Ashley! Acid Phosphate.

Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda Sulphate Ammonia. KalultMuriate ,.
!I Potash, Cotton Seed Meal etc. / ,

PABLO AND DIEGO BEACH COMPANY r For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kainlt -"--
-ffer Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for Investment or Cultivation.Certain : Floats,etc.,address '?
Market for Farm Produce: Attractive.Sifsfor Homes; Railroad and Daily Mills; i 0-
Also Town Lots at San Pablo and AXlantlcClty on tne Installment Plan i f desired. Address THE ASMIiEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
.K.K'R'2.UEJJ.:> President,over Bank of Jacksonville or ,,'. B. GRYNT., Supt., I
San Pablo, Florida. CnaxlestoOt B, C.



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