The Florida dispatch
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Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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Cellar. W. DuContu.) Jacksonville Ia. November 29 1886. Ihtablishcd 18G9..
C A !l. JIaiiville, } New Set-Jen: Vol. 5, No 48.Ord .
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C here planted a few acres in a deadening ST. JOHNS RIVER ORANGES. soon rotten," says the old proverb;
1 g e J.TOile but becoming frightened about and those that first:: become sweet gen-
A Protest from Manatee Answered.Editor
r r !.. woodlice, and disliking the untidy appearance erally lose flavor soonest, and decay,
PLANTING,DEADENINGS. of the deadenings, made an FLORIDA DISPATCH: or grow insipid, before those of more
,,N.Irf, *..* addition to the grove, clearing the I thought that some time ago we all tardy maturity. While we are "mas-
'! .- ground with the utmost neatness, care- agreed it were best not to disparage ticating" these facts (1)) advanced by
t\L Felling the. Trees Considered.,Wood Hoe, etc., fully raking up and burning even the other: sections of the State when set- Mr. Keasoner, he may swallow and
chips. In this grove the wood-lice ting forth the peculiar advantages of digest the following truth : That the
, Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: killed quite a number (a dozen or our own favorite corner. This ought green and sour river fruit, while infe-
I In c HU men ting on what I had to more) of trees, some of them of con be a sufficient reason for Mr. Reasonerto rior in palate-tickling qualities now
say about planting orange groves in a sillerable::: !ze. Hot.a single one of have refrained from such unreason to those sweet and early hammock
dradrningMr. Steele says it is diffi them iww iri the de &,le.ning. ,_A neighbor ably unreasonable comparisons between oranges, will, when the latter have
cult, if not impossible, to get the pines had a fine row '-of orange trees the oranges of Manatee and the become over-ripe and flavorless, be
down without injury to the orange?: close to an old log fencejThe. ; fence. f 6>t&Johns, river in :the I)ISPATOII. of .toned; down.... to a sprightly! richnessfiSirvSill
trees. He also fears damage from was much decayed and!" alive 1 wiHTwoodlice. 1t.v'; We ntJer 8:li. Being df":' "coinpara* ( louch the r igbt spxrtre'verjr"time. :'
wood-hce on account of piles of pine The orange trees were fine lively recent introduction, perhaps be The most profitable oranges to "
logs and "rubbish." Ho does not and healthy. My neighbor became d d not know better, and so;we will grow in future will evidently be those
- think it possible for young groves to alarmed at the "rubbish" and clearedit overlook the offence and- let him oil that can wait on our pleasure, by pre-
do better than those he has seen on all carefully away. The wood-lice this time, if he will promise not to do serving their flavor and juices longestin
clearings. He cannot accept Mr. driven by starvation-at once attackedand i. so again.It an uuplucked condition.A .
Adams' conclusions as correct. Now, killed most of the orange trees. is well understood by Floridiansthat certain toughness of skin, so far
all these mistaken conclusions and Dr. Hedge is another neighbor, and first-class fruit may be produced from being a defect: is one of the most
groundless fears are accounted for when one of the neatest cultivators in this almost all over the State ; and assertions desirable traits; for the finest: flavored
., he says, "/have not set anything under section. His pet abhorrence is a dead ( to the contrary, would be undeserving fruit in the world is practically worthless -
dyad pines." In other words, he has ening. His grove of 1 two and a halt of notice, were they nut if unable to endure the stress of
never planted in a deadening, so is acres, near me, was a model of neat misleading to strainers: Mr. H.. appears handling and carriage. This is why
totally i ignorant of its advantages. I clearing, chips, bark, twigs and al:I to have a very poor opinion!, of many imported kinds are more profit-
think I can fully appreciate Mr. "rubbi h" was carefully collected and the merits: of the St. J ,hus River oranges able to grow than some of our most
Steele's State of mind, fur when I first burned, and every stump has been which after all were not con :superbly flavored seedlings, having
came South, many years ago, I had taken out. The trees are sweet seedlings nidererl so very bad at the New Orleans been seltcted for many generationswith
the same blind prejudice (born of ignorance ,just commencing t. bear. I wa= Exposition, anll l moreover also, especial reference to bearing
) that Mr.\ Steele now has, but looking at his grove last week, and have al)vjys stood high at the Jacksonville transportation. .
not at that time, being too old to learn. six trees are t'irkand dead (some with State Fair. In February Hitherto the opinion has generally
I have learned that young orange trees oranges on) from wood-lice, and others 1884, out of seventeen premiums prevail,d, and. i id one of Florida's
actually do grow better in a deadeningthan are badly injured. awarded for citrus: fruits at the latter, !Strong I points In orange-growing over
in a naked clearing. Now, as to I have been planting groves in Sr. Johns river took nine, and that in the tropics, namely, that the closer
his statement that it is difficult or im- deadening quite extensively for competition with the choicest products you get to the northern limit of possi-
possible to safely fall the pines. We myself and others for years. In all of liillslioro county and Indian: river. ble production the finer the fruit.
. do fall the pines and do not injure the that time I can only recall the loss of At the recent nurserymen's meeting in If there be truth in this, it accounts
orange trees. I fall and pile the pineson three trees from wood-lice. Again, I Palatka, Mr.\ Re:1sJlJer: : produced sm: fr: the fearful j jealousy manifested
several orange groves every year.I say, nothing but starvation will make of his: famous :Lana ee oranges, which throughout the orange-growing regions
,'. have several proves to fall and pile wood-lice attack a green orange tree. I were very good indeed, but which, <>f Southern California over the recent
this winter. The orange trees will DUDLEY W. ADAMS. when sampled along with som-- Riverside attempts, and successful ones too, to
not "be injured, as we understand our Tangerine, Orange Co., Nov. 16, 1836. Navels grown on the fit..J ..hnariver grow the golden fruit away to then
business. were immediately relegated to. rth of them. It is only thin skinned
Wood-lice are a great bugbear, and a back seat. people who wince when scratched, and
frighten many people and hurt some :Mr. Weesels is surprised to find the I have tasted Sweet Sevilles raised I this makes it appear that their jealous
. orange trees. The natural food of orange crop much larger than he had along the river, that were certainly as fears of rivalry are well-founded. I
this insect is decayed and decaying been led to expect and the trees not sweet, if not sweeter, early in Septem have nothing to say against Manatee
wood. Only starvation will make it damaged at all by the freeze of last her, than the samples! "trotted out" fruit, und no one, as far as 1 know,
touch a healthy orange tree. In dead winter. by :Mr.\ Reasoner on the 10 h of N rveinber. has hud any thought of disparagingit ..
enings and where there are abundant Sweetness and early ripening ; but a few more letters like that of
piles of "rubbish," they very rarely Mr. Joseph Paxton sold the are due more to the variety than Mr. Kea-aouer will raise doubts, for
touch an orange tree. Experiencehas oranges (crop of '83.4) from 180 the place of gr -\\'tl1.It "good wine needs no bush."
shown them to be much more de- trees growing, two acres of laud at is all very fine to hove some early There is no reus-m for Mr Ress'mer
structive in naked clearings than. in llo1edg! Elurijla for? 82,556 clear kinds for first shipments, but too :-Tiany to become unduly,excited because thiI !
doadenings.- relative of mine near of a& ftgwi es$1:127: .per note net.. pica are not deairabie. "Soon ripe, [ttaIM-UZiori I 8DOutti4"i/S'Green ar2D''


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when Manatee began to ship. We. the roots. Its seed heads are large, long grow exclusively for stock food, corn,
have become used to that war cry up FarrIl. and solid, the grain white, flinty, and at eight and fifteen bushels per
here. When E. E. Roper, of Volusia, for grain alone I should prefer it over acre, when we can get twenty-five to
shipped sixty boxes of his extra early THE SORGHUMS. all others. It matures the main crop fifty bushels of nearly as good sorghum,
fruit, sweet and ripe, which was before early in August, and if the first stalks grain from the same land, and in spiteof
.Manatee had begun, an item appeared. As a Principal Resource on Southern were cut in the bloom; the second dry weather too, and with twice as
in the paper next day to the effect Farms. growth of stalks will still make abundantly much fodder as from corn.
Since the introduction of Milo- of seed. If I had mill to crush
that some fool had commenced to work a The writer had his whole of
the same old racket that formerly Maize (or Honduras corn as it was first the grain before feeding it, I would winter oats killed out last January crop ,
caused such disastrous depression in called) by Rev. Mr. Pratt, about 1878, not want to plant any more uplandcorn. and sowed no spring oats at all. But
the market. the.use of sorghums for both grain and All sorts of grain perhaps
by July 1st, the seed heads on Am-
forage crops on farms in the South is ought to be crushed or ground, especially -
Did rise in ber
our angry passions con- Cane, Kaffir, African Millet and
coming gradually to general attention.At such small grain as the sorghums.
sequence? Assuredly not! Nobodygot Yellow Dhoura, from the dough stateon
this time there than Kaffir different from all other
are more one corn
upon his ear, and raved and tore to maturity, have given food for
hundred varieties of known. in its habit of All
sorghums sorghums growth.
hair and beard, and went for his every thing, and no grain used at all
all of them in the others I have
probably originating seen grow eight or ten i
neighbors with murder in his eye; or, for anything since these became fully
of south America Asia Af feet but this six feet. The
Furioso tropics or never over
like Orlando slew shepherds ripe. They compensated for all
rica. A dozen of them stalk is the wide my
or are stocky foliage and
twenty ,
and dragged up trees by their roots. loss in oats, and set me even early in
I m re or less used here as forage plants, the blades set close, as many in number -
On the contrary, we lay back and enjoyed the year.
hut nine-tenths of the farmers from cornstalk feet
as on a ten high.
as a piece of exquisite humor,
For human food these of
Texas of them The lower makes Kaffir grains sore
Virginia to use none growth the
the stupid fact that a Times Union reporter -
ghum also : value that I cannot
and think of them better it possess
as nothing more manageable; never tangles,
was too deliciously verdant to
now discuss. The Kaffir and the Afri-
than chicken be blown about the winds.
or more important corn. nrver can by
discriminate between sweet and
But here and there is found one Kaffir does not stool at all from the can Millet are beautiful grains. Dr.
oranges. who has used some sort of sorghums as bottom, but the top joints send out Watkins, of Palmetto, Georgia, who
No I Mr. Reasoner, go ahead, and first propagated the Kaffir, has exhib-
a resource for both fodder and grainfor shoots, making al waj s two to four seed
raise the best oranges you can, and farm purposes,:and having found heads to the stalk on fair land. The ited flour and bread and cakes, from
rest assured that they will not only the value of them will never again be head is long,well filled' ; the seed white, this grainthat was almostexactly like
taste better, but really be better, If without them. After several years, not very hard, and is easily shelled wheat in texture and taste, but of
you will refrain from odious compari. Amber it shatters almost course darker. Further trials of it
relying largely on Early or indeed, too easily.f
sons. Orange cane, Milo-Maize, Kaffir corn, [ the first growth is cut down for fod- will be made, and much more may be
UP-RIVER CORRESPONDENT.November African millet and other sorts, the der when it blooms, the root sends out said of it as human food at a later
181886. writer is free to say he would hardly two or three new stalks that mature a time. Why should they not make
'" know how to get along without them. tIn crop before frost, both of seed and cheap meal and flour for the millions
The Orange Flower Crop in They yield a paying crop on land that fodder again. It appears to be more of here. as they do in other lands where
France. will make nothing else ; they are so an air feeder than any other sorghum, they are the exclusive bread crop?-
The usual time beginning the col- easily cultivated, they wait for rain ina exhausts the land less and leaves no. J. H. Alexander, in Augusta (Ga.)

lection of the crop on the Mediterranean dry summer, and make a full crop troublesome stubble. Kaffir also bears Chronicle.
shore is from April 25th to after the ]last vestige of upland corn thicker planting. The rows need never .
May\ 1, and the gathering lasts aboutone has perished in drouth. If wanted for be over three feet. On good land fourto Tobacco Culture.

month or five weeks. The quan' fodder alone, some of them will make six stalks to the foot; on thin land Mr. Wm. Bruce, of Quincy, Fla.,
thy gathered, rather small at first two tons of fodder at the root:: of gath- three to the foot. It ought to be who was forced into thy businpss of
gradually increases and after May 10, ering alone of a ton of corn blades; .r,i, massed on good land, both for grain cigar making to work off his tobacco,
reaches its full proportion.The There is no question of the value of and f.l adder, and if fodder chiefly is and whose cigars of native tobacco
picking of the flowers employsno the grain from nearly all these varieties .1 l. sired, mass it also on poor land. I find ready sale, says that tobacco can
less than two thousand persons for stocfiffood Horsps, mules, cows have seen Kaffir maturing a paying he more successfully raised here thanin
As the crop usually averages one and hogs\atthera, and do as well as Top of eight to ten bushels of grain any other State, both as to qualityand
thousand tons, its importance, notwithstanding when fed on corn. The yield of any 'on land that would not make three beauty. My great surprise is thatit
the variations of prices of them, on upland, will be hardlyever bushels of corn or wheat, even in a has not found( its way to the.Northern
is easily understood as a source of less than double the yield of corn. favorable season. I don't see how anyone market,and placed in competitionwith
revenue for the localities where the The only question to be determinedin could fail to be pleased with K>>ffir Havana seed tobacco raised in
orange tree is grown for its flowers, mv mind, is, not as to wh ,ther or- who makes use of it once, as I have. other States, which it would undoubtedly
alone. The variety cultivated is the not I shall rely chiefly on these grain This year I have also used, for the first outsell, as it is superior in every
for feeding farm, but which is tlv ini" another variety of the sorghums
litjaradier! or bitter orange, producing my particular to any tobacco raised in any
very fragrant blossoms but bitter best variety for all pnrp"ses. (that was described and sold as an early part of the united States. One
fruits. From 1880 to 1882, orange The Early Amber and Orange variety of Yellow Milo-Maize. It is would hardly suppose that it was pos-
flowers sold from thirty'. to sixty francs apes sown in drills, ha furnished me the largest and finest grain I ever saw; sible for an intelligent community of
a hundred kilos. In 1883, fr st having abundantly of green feed, from Juneto a rich: deep gold color, plump, and practical farmers to neglect an indus-
destroyed most of the crop the September, for years past. If anv growing on very large heads, ripeninglast try that could, with proper care and
prices rose to three hundred and sixty !nets too old and hard to feed green of August. The heads turn down nursing, be made to yield a greater
francs; but last vear it remained between the hops will chew up the whole stalk mostly, on a goose neck stem, like the profit than any other in this or
seventy-five and one hundred and fatten on the juices and 8e ds. old sort known as Dhoura Corn It other State. any
francs. leaving the fiber bag'ssp, just like o is not at all like Milo Maize in its Mr. Bruce thinks the tobacco-
cane mill leaves it. I have found no growth. Does not stool from the root, raisers in Florida make a mistake in
harm resulting from liberal feedingof foliage( widely different; but it is better their .
The Medicinal Uses of Lemons and holding product at a price -
the green cane to working stock. (than the Milo( because earlier. It the reach of the leaf dealeror
Oranges Milo-Maise yields enormously of fodder makes fine, rich, green food ; comes packer. By encouraging the latter
Have often been pointed out an and i iz a<* good a? green feed, or as again when cut down, making two or he says a market would be opened up,
dwelt upon. Some time ago, writingto cured fodder. It stools from the three crops in the season. It has great and the beauty and quality of the
a leading horticultural London ground and suckers from the joints vitality, as all the sorghums have ; product would improve with experience -
journal, Dr. Bonavia referred to thf and keeps green all summer. But the suckers from the plants can he trans- and the price would increase in
remarkable uses of some species oe seed ripen too late, or not at all, if too planted more easily than cabbage or proportion to this improvement. He
citrus in cases of intermittent or mala- early frost.) [This is not true in Flor potato slips. I shall plant this yellow thinks tobacco promises a much better
rial fever. For this disuse the Ital- ida.-ED.] It will]) come again! as often Dhoura (as it may be more properly return than cotton.
ians use freshly-gathered lemons ; and as cut, and is therefore valuable for called) again, because I like the grainso
the good effects have been confirmedby soiling. It docs not seem to be more well, and find it one of the best .
English doctors in Rome and else. exhaustive of land than the sweet sorghums plants frr green feeding. The patchI Levy county farmers are placed in
where. Dr. Bonavia had tried the but the stubble it leaves is have of it is maturing hardly less an unfortunate position in regard to
lemon in North-west India, both on tough, hard to move, and takes two thin fiftand likely sixty, bush Is ofgrain home produced meat. A large majority -
a considerable scale and with benefi- years or more to decay. per acre. oT i them have made heavy crops of
cial.results. He had stated that fir African millet does not stool like 1 think there will be a change in corn and other crops, but the cholera

simple intermittent f iUver, without anv milo but grows as tall, eight to ten the grain crop of the South, to a considerable has very nearly wiped out the hogs in
other complication a decoction of feet, suckers from the joints freely, extent, when the value and the county and it is almost impossibleto
emon was equal' to quinine in its. et and if the main stock is cut down, the reliability of the sorghums come to utilize the surplus corn to advan.tags. .
& &r-N&oZdaxdAtper. shoots out a number of stalks from the be age We? should we .

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I ses, either for eggs{ or flesh; how to Seasonable Hints. fertilizers.
Poultry select and mate for best results ; how to BY FANNIE FIELD.
build houses and how ------ ----- -- -- --
coops ; to capon- SAVE THE LEAVES.-Gather up a
MOTTLED JAVAS. ize and run an incubator ; ho"" to preserve lot of dead leaves before they get wet Muck.

By Dr. Hall, Editor-"Chicago Poultry i' and ship eggs; how to feed and and sodden with the late fall rains, and According to C. C. Crippen, of
Letter." care for the stock ; how to take ad- store them where they will keep dry. Eustis, muck tends to make the soil

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: vantage of the market and other details There is nothing like dry dead leavesin more absorbent and solidifies it ; helps

You desire that I should furnish belonging to the business. And the poultry-house or shed ; the hen, materially to retain the moisture from
articles descriptive of the leading varie- most important of all, he should have will scratch them over and over again our rains and the ammonia from our

ties of fowls, for illustration in your willing hands, active brain, business until they (the leaves, not the hens) dews, which are so copious and con-
beautiful magazine has been received qualities and love for his stock. A are worn out ; and the exercise the stantly falling, holds it in readness for

and complied with. I appreciate the breeder with these qualifications wouldbe hens get in scratching is what they absorption by the roots as their growth
honor very highly and while I may II able to make a nice living on the need to beep them in good health requires it, rendering the tree less aptto
not be able to say anything that is sale of poultry and eggs alone, if he while necessarily confined to their limited suffer loss of their soluble matter,

really new or that has not already hnd good facilities and proper locationnear winter quarters. from the washing effects of our rains:

been published in the numerous poul- any of our large cities. I NESTS.-Clean out the nest boxes, and above all, retains the fertilizers

try and agricultural journals of the Hunireds are making a comfortable and then with a coarse paint brush until demanded by those active agen-

country, yet, I hope some older and. living in this country by raising "daub" coal oil all over them, inside cies of the tree-the lateral roots.

many of the younger breeders may poultry ior market. Few if any of and out, getting it well into the cracks. It is said organic matter, (humus)
find something that will be of interest our domestic industries give quicker Put a handful of tobacco st ms, or when> formed in wet places, constitutes

and profit.I returns, and few indeed are so safe and fine-cut tobacco, or a big spoonful cf muck and peat, which is not fertile,
feel sure no one who admire promising for the amount of capital sulphur in among the new nesting, and hut as it seems, in arable soils, in
beautiful birds can fail to be quantities usually not exceeding threeto

. pleaded with the illustration ten per cent., it is of great value,
of Mottled Javas. They are not only on account of its power of

very similar in general char- )absorbing water, etc., but also from
act ristic to the Black Javas. the fact that in its decay it is a con-

This variety is irregularly tinuous source of carbonic acid and

mottled black and white in ammonia, thus satisfying to some ex-

color; and are possessed of :ent one condition of rapid growth,

similar good qualities to the 1 1X already insisted upon, viz : supplies of
blacks. Their make up is 1 atmospheric plant food by the soil.
the best for table
very a I II III'I
III. I The atmosphere ii invariable in
f Jwl'iz Breast and i
: deep
composition and furnishes supplies of
full ; body Jong, brl ad and ( I'I ril .. hater, carbonic acid and ammonia,
deep ; no careless style, but a"' w I I
what the natural of
lit beyond vegetation
I i
the I
just proper shape to put II 11
j ;tiil'll;' l flesh where it is '
exceedingly variable in composition.
needed. American
They are an -
\Vhen it can supply sufficient quantiies -
bird and have b
only en of ash ingredients, it will produce
bred for fine points the I last i I ,
most of the plants indiginous to its
few and selecting
years, certain localitv-it then is fertile. When
birds of
shall here is a deficiency of ash ingredients
and od of
a degree vig-
in available form, or absence of any
have they been brought one of them, it is barren. The carr -

their present perfection ; t, : >uic > cid formed in the soil by the
that their vitality, activit
:slow oxidation of humus acts also ao-
splendid form and beautii
cording to the amount of its produci -
plumage, are now rare* t I i<. in the chemical disintergation of
and exctlliby ---'x -_ -
equaled never ___ he insoluble] parts of the soil, and
other .N
any variety. .bus Indirectly( furnishes to the
fence is needed k
high : to < e
increased quantities of"ash
the Javas in bounds. They.... ingredients.
well in close quarters au+. = :
resist disease better than Save the Bones.
any of the larger breeds of You should keep a disused coal oil
domestic fowls. They have barrel: half full of the strongest lye,

single combs, mature early, MOTTLED JAVAS. into which to drop every bone that

are hardy and vigorous- comes{ from your table, or else pack
and good layers, and in size invested. To be sure the profits are those nests will keep free from lice. t them in alternate layers with unpacked -

average as large as the Plymouth greatly lessened or increased accord PERCHES.-Ala-* paint the roosting lime. They will become 10
Rocks. The shape of the Javas are ing to the skill and care bestowed on perches with coal oil. But if Fait brittle that you may have them broken
t very symmetrical and built for busi- the business. It is in this like every perches are rough old poles that have tine and spread them broadcast; and

ness. The tail of the male birds are other business, neglect and bad man- been in use for an age, I would burn the lye, if you have used that, can be
very prominent, well poised and with agement will be the ruin. them up and put in new perches. After diluted with many times iU bulk of

very graceful sickle feathers, while I We are surprised at the few who are much experimenting have found water and be applied wherever potash
the tail of the hen is of medium size engaged in breeding fpr market in tha strips three or four inches wide would be serviceable. This liquid, or

but well spread. In general beauty comparison to the hundreds who an- and an inch thick, planed smooth. soapsuds, is the surest possible dress-
and style they rival the Black Spanishand nually embark in the cultivation of make the best perches. They look ing fur cauliflower and cabbage.

Minorcas. Cocks weigh ten fancy fowls. There is plenty of room well, are wide enough so that the fowl .

pounds, hens fight pounds, when for all, but it is certain that breedingfor rest comfortably, and, being smooth, Home Fertilizer.To .
matured. I market alone should not be forgotten are easily> kept clean and free from
The man with a town lot as well as or neglected by these who have lice. Yes!, I know that somebody will make the home fertilizer a com

the general fancier and farmer will natural aptitude and facilities for car- tell me that "fowls in the wild state do plete success the farmer must be a

find the Mottled Javas will meet every rying on the business. Well fattened not have flat perches planed smooth ;" complete, thinking, observing, reason-

requirement and nicely dressed fowls usually com- but let me again remind you that we ing, painstaking farmer, from Jan-
mand fair prices, and nice fresh eggs are not keeping fowls in the vild state. uary to January, in preparing fertilizers : i.
Raising Poultry for Market. are eagerly sought after by private Fowls that run wild and have to roost applying them to the crop,

Raising poultry for market wruld customers who are only too glad to wherever they can find a place, make making the crop, and then in harvest-
pay well if conducted properly. One pay extra fIr them-American Poul--the best of such accommodations as ing and saving it in the winter, and in

should have a thorough knowledge of try Journal t they have ; but that is no reason why the proper care of his stock. The
all the practical details necessary to ? '. I[we should not always fix things in home fertilizers will nay and help

such bush ess. He should know the Dry weaker is interfering with the I comfortable shape fur our domesticated make the farmer ind&pendent> { and

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I 'The Orchard Sawyer, which is almost sure death. I more heavily. In planting vear-old] but little over one inch in diameter,
: : I have lost several fine ones from their I trees dig a hole about one foot deep had over forty persimmons on it,
attacks and have never been able to I by a foot and a half wide, fill in six measuring from seven to thirteen
PERSIMMON CULTURE. save one after they had got fairly at'' inches of pulverized top soil. Before inches in circumference the longestway.
work. The trees seem to uo poisonedand planting cut off all broken or injured I don't remember that a singleone
Native and Imported Stocks, Eto. finally die even after all the worms roots, and shorten in the tops one-half dropped before it was ripe. Part
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCII: are destroyed, for this reason I also their original length. Place the tree of them were allowed to ripen on the
Having noticed several communications prefer grafting at the root to budding, in the hole,taking care that the crowntIe tree, the balance were picked at dIfferent -
in late numbers of the DISPATCH as the part above the bud will oftener t even with tbe surface ; hold up th:' stages of ripening, to determine
rom correspondents in relation to the die back and destroy the bud and besides laterals and press the earth firmly their keeping qualities, and ripened in
Japan persimmon describing its habits but few of the buds will take against the tap root ; fill up until the the house. If pulled at the right age,
and.giving their ideas of it, some of while the grafts readily grow. I laterals will spread out perfectly level, they can be kept at least eight or ten
'which are erroneous, I have been induced think from experiments that they can then press the earth about them, giving days and be equal to those ripened on
to write out my experience with be produced from cuttings, and I hope them as nearly as possible their former the trees.
them which you are at liberty to pub, some of our scientific nurserymen will position. Do all this, with the hand. This fruit is in shape precisely like '
)lish if you consider them worth the prove it if they have not already done When the hole is filled press the earth a minnie ball, color when fully ripe,
space. Some eight years since I purchased so. Ihave produced sprouts from the firmly around the tree with the foot, like an acme tomato ; has from one
one of each of the six varieties cntting an inch or two in length, but retaining a hold on the tree to keep it to six seeds much like the native ;
then on the market; three of them they died although I found the end of in erect position. Many trees die sim- an occasional specimen has one extra
lived, two of these were evidently the cutting well calixed. The tree ply because the roots are not spreadout seed near the tip end which in shapeis
grown on their own roots, probably grows so finely, and comes into bear properly and the earth "firmed" somewhat like a date seed.
imported, the other had every appear ing at so early an age that there would about them. The flesh is soft, sweet and luscious,
ance of having been grafted about afoot seem to be no difficulty in every one The earlier the tree is set after De- rivaling the Mango in my estimation.But .
from the ground. It made a fine! having a plentiful supply of fruit who cember 1st the better giving the trees perhaps you don't like Mangoes !
growth excelling the others, but they occupies even a small lot of land. I time to take root before( the sap rises. The name it was sent out under has
commenced to bear the second year have marketed the fruit at high prices Trees set later make but little growththe been lo?t. Cannot Mr. Bidwell or .
after I set them out, while the graftedone in the North and at other'times it first season. I some other of our nurserymen identify
showed no signs of it. The next barely paid expenses, probably owingto Some advocate dormant buds ; theyare it and tell us what it is. It makes little
year, however, it blossomed, and I im the fact that they were offered before so liable to get knocked out or in- difference at least what the name is.
agined I was to be well repaid for the fully ripe. They improve after light jured before the trees are set, and even But jilt could be put on the New York
delay as the tree had become a largeone frosts have touched them and shouldnot if they start off all right, must be so market fresh and in quart strawberry
some eight or ten feet in height, be eaten until they have the appear carefully nursed while young, that boxes, the prices realized would make
but when it had set its fruit it beganto ance and feeling. of a sack ot pulp, they seldom prove satisfactory. I any man love even his motherinlaw if
shed and it did this for two years then the fruit that excels them I have should] not advise planters to select she only had a "simmon tree" in the
everyone dropping when about the yet to taste. Very truly yours, dormant buds if the variety desired back-yard. F. N. HORTON.
size of a marble. Some told me they GEO. C. RIXFORD. could be had in any other shape.Spea.kin Braldcntown, Fla.
Illxford,Suwanne Fla.,Nov.22, 1886. *-*-<
thought it would hold its fruit when county. of varieties adapted to The Peen-to.
the native stock on which it was grafted H South Florida, it would be impossibleto
Hints Peach Or- This fruit "colors up" before it
was old enough to bear and others on Planting a that would do
name variety
chard in Florida. I any ripens this peculiarity has lead to
said of ;
as some
your upon all soils, but where such soil as
have intimated, that it never would Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH. described above is found. The fol- its being forwarded to market in an
produce fruit when grafted on the wild In choosing a location for a peach lowing varieties will succeed : The immature condition, when the fruit is
stock.. I took a different view of it. orchard in Florida+ ,judicious selection ; Peen-to and Honey and their seedlings, bitter, inferior, and a drug in the mar-
The tree was making! a rapid growth, is half the battle. Natural drainageis ) including! the Bidwell ; the Climax ket. The Peen-to should be well
it was double the size and .height of an important point ; nothing is *o and Pallas are seedlings of the Honeyof ripened before gathering; it is then
the others, which, hv the way, were deadly to peach roots as a low wet soil. superior quality. elicious, and commands. ready sale at
bearing profusely and I argued that Another reason for) selecting high landis After the tress have taken root and a high price.

the cause was too much growth of that the higher the elevation the show signs of starting, give them from The total assessed valuation of the
wood. Finally, one day in the early more thoroughly will the wood ripen two to four shovelfuls of wellpulveriz State of less
spring while parsing the trre with my I 11 the fall, and the later will the buds d stable manure, or from two to four than the Florida-SliOOOOOOO-is valuation of Los
nail box and l hammer, the idea camp be in starting in the spring. T*-is: is handfuls of 'finely ground bone. Bernardino counties. AngelesandSan Ear l Callforniait.
to me to trv the effect of cold iron ; Sf especially true of the Peen-to, which N El\IO. : -
Which shows thattaxf'S
breaking off a few large nails' so they Bas a tendency to bloom too early- November 19,1886. simply
much lower in Florida than
wrnlil not br"ak the bark on the op before danger of frost is over. If the are
in California.The .
po ito Bide, I drove in six or eight{ and and is too sloping it will wash, givingthe More Persimmon Experience.Editor a 4
awaited results. That season it bios nearest ravine the benefit of the
somed as usual hut it held its fruit, tertilizers applied. I prefer a light FLORIDA DISPATCH: directors of the South Florida
and bore a full crop over two hundred, sandy loam. The peach naturally With your permission, I will give Exposition held a meeting Thursday
. several of them weighing from ten to rapidly matures, both tree and fruit ; Mr. Mott experience with the Japan in Orlando, and resolved to hold a
fourteen ounces each. I was .obligedto hence a light warm soil suits it best. I Persimmon. In February 1883, I fair this season, probably in February.The .
orchard' hou 'ht of Me- Lipaey & Christie 'old officers and directors were re-
prop it, and it wa the admiration In clearing land for th srs.
of all who saw it. The next year it take t>ut the stumps ; they,harbor in. flf Archer, two of the above( tre!s.: elected. The place of holding the exposition -
bore a nicf crop, hut since then it his sects, and are in the way in cultivating They were root grafts, hut <*o not was not dccH! I upon, but was
borne hut few. It vms to lack vital After the trees and stumps have been know whether the stocks were nativeor left open until tin- next meeting,
which will be held in ., few .
itv and I think will soon die. Miss removed, clear away all debris and imported ; but should say they days.It
Bird, in her book (Unbeaten Tracks I plow as deeply as the soil will permit ; were native, as the roots had the appearance .. 4
in Japan), says the tree is short-lived : allow the surface to remain exposed to of having been dug from the is a settled fact in the minds of
there but thev replant as thev die out the sun for. some six weeks, in the woods. These trees, now growing on the practical fruit-growers in this sec-
as the inhabitants consider it their. meantime removing all roots that may my place, have never borne any fruit. tion, that the time is near at hand
. choicest fruit., and prepare it for use ina have been turned up by the plow ; In the fall of '83, I budded some when there will be no intermission between -
variety of ways. then thoroughly pulverize with the native stocks, from four to five feet the marketing of the orange
From the** trees and with graft harrow. The next thing in or er is from the ground, from these trt CH. and the peach crops. The orange,
sent me from California and other places staking off the proper distance apart List year they bore a few fruit ; this beginning to ripen in November, will
I have grafted a number of the being eighteen feet each way ; this year they were full. One must have be held over, either on the trees or in
native or wild stock, and have never should be done carefully, as nothingwill had at leapt 400 persimmons it andit storage, until the month of May, when
y?* failed to set a good supply of fruit add so much to the appearance of ripaned most of them. They are a the earlier peaches begin to ripen.
although somft of them will shed it the orchard as straight rows and even: small root and little better than the This fine graded! family of fruits varying -
while young while making a rapid distances ; they will be a perpetual native.In in their time of ripening from
growth. I have several now in mygrounds delight to the owner. the fall of '84. I obtained hud May to October, will give the desired
loaded( with their luscious product The most profitable size to plant i is:! from a tree sent out by the Agricultural returns-peaches or oranges throughout .
I think summer pruning' or :i one-year old tree-the. bud having Department at Washington to a neighbor the year. With plum, pears, figs,
pinching back preferable to cutting off been set the previous spring-the of mill I budded i native tree etc to come in regular' order, we can-
matured wool as the tree i* ex"gen'>us proper time for i planting) being during high< uo' on a' branch.. This year: it not see why our ruit-gr.\\-PTS should
and the-{>ith isj; liable to sour and.de- December and January. Larger trees was/ //, so full it had to be pro'ped not feel corifident of -their future-
cay forming harbor for the Borer'or cost more, and will not bear sooner' lI I from all sides to hold-it-up.'' This bu4i Gi'eon' C vc'pring; '.,,.' '."irk ;t, .

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that the cost of fitting did not reach Losing the Advantages of Our

Motion three hundred dollars,and that the acre ]VIarrl\e ng. Short Crop.

thus fitted is worth more money even Major Fairbanks says, that the

SUB-IRRIGATION FLORIDA where it is, than any equal area of Oranges-Tampa Bay Notes. whole crop being estimated at ((500,000

which I have knowledge anywherenot boxts, it seems probable that two-
Wonderful Results Obtained by under glass, and were it in an Why don't' orrange-buyers come down thirds "of the crop will have been
hour's New York Philadel this way. Ah, you all say why don'tthey
the,, Use of "Water. run of or shipped before Christmas at comparatively -
phia, would pay well. At a moderate come to you, too? I will tell you low prices. The result il1 be

)Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: estimate, let us call the best acre worth why. Simply because it is not necessary general disappointment: and it is

I notice that on nearly every J page twenty thousand dollars, which at ten for them to risk any morey in the doubtful it the portion of the crop
something is said of fertilizers. Your cent. net of would reach two business. If they wish to handle i
per profit, I sold before Christmas will bring any
lands are not generally rich and productive thousand dollars]] and this the one acre oranges all they have to do is to go more than the tame quantity sold for

but quite frequently the re would' do every time. among the growers and make a little last We are thus losing the ad-
verse. Pass waters steadily through Can Florida,.lands be made to thus soft, sweet talk and claim to be doinga we are entitled to on accountof
these in flow and percolation and in commission business and solicit vantages
? This I in ship- of
produce question answer our short by our own want
life in will de- and fools will send them their crop
sect your'soils steadily conclusion of this letter affirmativelyand ments, foresight and ousiness intelligence.If .
The "bodies and bones" of fruit. Of have it all their
crease. How this be course they
emphatically. can there had be..n a union and con
animalcule even,so to speak, l left dead done ? I sub-irri- own way, and can as easily make one
Again, answer, by cert of action between the fruit growers -
in your lands operate to constantly Can Florida lands figure as another for the returns. The
gation. generally the market could be regulated and
increase fertility and while, you can thus ? Yes producer takes all the risk, bears all the
irrigated they can, beyond half a million of dollars more realized
go on augmenting this by water alone, doubt. How can his be done? My loss; the one is a sharper, the other"a from the present crop. All admit the
barnyard manures, muck, marl, lime, fool." Dealers in foreign fruits
answer is, by use of tile, conformedto go necessity ol this concert of action, but
ashes, salts and other manures, in the work. Are any such tile yet to the ports and buy, and pay cash at with the peculiar perversity of our

cluding,commercial fertilizers, will do manufactured ? As I am informed, the home to the growers, and I have no conceit and individualism, the great

great g< od, when used in conjunctionwith tile makers of Ohio are conformingtheir doubt but that after nil the foreign majority of the growers follow their

water, but without water are quiteas get more, the whole,
in the growers upon
wares a way to answer necessities own devices and go on, year after year,
harmful than do. Our salvation is to
frequently as helpful. of the case. we shipto their lolly.
This of the fact that all the fruit repeating
comes plants Exchange, or keep our un-
not utilize the which .
and treed feed at their roots, taking up Why clay til buyers come. Suppose we send in
Mojor\ Rooks assures me is found in Driving the Truckers Out of Busi-
nutriment in form of hand the demand
soup, porridgeor Florida in the home manufactureof no fruit, the season is at
broth, and as I !provide troughs, is rife-no fruit on the market, ness.
tile ? A. N. COLE.
from which plants and trees eat and Wellsvllle, N. Y.SubSurface. dealers are wild for orangeswhatwill F. D. Pooser, Hepresentati ve-elect

drink at the same time, I find my they do ? I think they will send from Marion county,says : "The transportation

crops the finest ever grown. I makeno Irrigation.Our out buyers-of course they will Or if companies are driving the

exception, understand. In order we send to the Exchange they will all truck-growers out of the business by

that the editors of the DISPATCH may gardeners and fruit-growers are go there and supply themselves. Whatis their high rules of freight, and let's

be convinced, I send a stereoscopicview giving considerable thought to the the matter with the market now- bee where they will laud. Today they

of Lombard plums, this season's, subject of irrigation, and it is quite only halt' crop in the United States are hauling into Florida all, or nearly

grown on my hillside. You have very apparent that it is only by the application and oranges quoted low down-our so, the corn, oats and buy used by the

little land in Florida so poor as was of water that the best results fault, our fault I will sell at home truck and Iruit-growers, and haul our

mine four years ago. The trees had can be obtained from our roils. Sub- -send to the Exchange, or let my cabbage, tomatoes and general truck to

at that time, been two years set, and irrigation has many desirable features, fruit stand for a siege. There is a firmin Northern markets. When wearelorced

bore no plums at all till the present and we have no doubt can be profita Tampa importing oranges in bulk by this high rate ot freight to abandonthe

season. The age of the trees is six bly applied to the orange lands of the from Nassau, N. P., and boxing and truck business, we will turn our

years from the time of setting on my State. The experiment of Mr Marsh, shipping them, branded ''Orang s attention to raising corn, oats and

place, and are in full, eight years old. of Daytona, recorded in the DisrATrii from -, Tampa. FJa.,"' that's hay, and that will cut short their

The tops are now growing at the rate some time since, clearly shows that thi ..o, "just so," what of the law made Ireights on that score. When: we have

of from four to five feet annually.The can be done, at least"in some pluctg. 3
lards 'above these trees were We give considerable pace to an account this-one ot the "tricks of trade?' will have no cabbage, potatoes, beans,

trenched two years ago, and moderate of the system }pnictictd by Mi i Business looks up, prospects brighter, etc., to cart to astern and i1 extern:!
top-dressing only given. So heavywas Cole, at Wellsville, N. Y.; it contain side markets.: We will be a happy,prosperous -
we too are "right: up.
the fruit all through these trees, thought that will be helpful in solving Yours, WM. P. NEELD. people, lUisiug all that we consume,

the smaller limbs had to be tied to the the question of irrigation in this State. Pinellas!, November 16,18S6. while the railroads-1"
the massed We do not, however, see how this system ( .
larger ones, top so to 4 4
speak, and the tree was opaque with could be applied to our soils, ex- Railroad Commission.
cept on hillsides or slopes, where clay Fruit and Vegetable Industries
fruit, as disclosed by the views. To
We petition for a railroad commission -
exists few feet below the Languish.Mr. .
these trees for the or hard-pan a
see through densityof
a practical gardener, because -
tha fruit surface. In our porous soils (and sub Evins of Evinston Fla. says
was impossible. Every says,
the of Florida are large
person looking upon the trees and soils) ; and in this climate, where evaporation that as fruit and vegetablegrowersour people
stockholder m the roads, having be
is constant anal l rapid, in orderto
fruit, pronounced the sight one with condition imperatively demands
atowed munificently
out The doubled succeed with sub irrigation, in our that check be the charges upon the companies: so
parallel. plums were a put upon : in lauds. We do so in order
and trebled in size, and increased ten opinion, a constant flowing stream of railroad companies. Certain guar-
to successfully with
or fifteen fold in' weight and measure would be necessary. We hcpe same: antees fur the proper handling and expeditious
table-growera!: north oi ua:, and that we
by trenching, and their''flavor greatly of our enterprising gardeners will giveit transportation of our perish-
with California, sendingher
improved.: The branches of the'trees a thorough trial the coming season. able productions, while kindred and way compete
across the comment at
became lithe as those of the willow, Mr. Cole claims to have a patent in incidental interests demand protection oranges
distances ot 3OUU miles at forty-live
filled with water, and had it not been connection with his system. There is against injury and indemnity against
cents crate, Sicily, sending
for the have nothing in his method of operation, as and di- per
tying up, wept as loss, general agriculture more 5,000 wIles across the Atlantic' for
the weeping willow by weight of the he gives it to the public, that can be rect encouragement, such as inspec- twice the
cents a crate of nearly
thirty :
fruit. Two of my trees,left untied, laid held, under patent. Our readers need tion of guanos,establish ment of experimental ize.Ye do not ask:: a gratuity, but
their tops on the 'ground laden with have no hesitancy in experimentingwith : stations, etc. Legislation is
we demur to being speculated
fruit, not a limb breaking. What this method from fear of infringe asked for to effect these changes. We upuii.

your orange trees would do under ment. thus anticipate and appeal to the next The Promises Best.

subsurface conditions of irrigation, Legislature for the appointment of a Exchange

drainage and fertilization,I leave.your In the western part of Florida thereis railroad commis:3ion.Ve demand it Mr. J. J. Harris, of the Sanford

readers to judge for themselves. to be found in the Chattahoocheeriver because the two great industries of Journal, says, it there is to be concen-

Your corespondent, who, in 'a subse- a tremendous and easily get-at. fruit and vegetable-growing, in which tration ot patronage, our idea is that it

quent number, discussing on my system able water power, sufficient to turn all millions of capital are now invested, should not embrace one, but all mar--

fears that the cost (five hundred the saw mills in Florida. Look at directed by superior intelligence, and ketable points,thus giving the recipient

dollars'per acre,) would break his bank, the Suwannee, as a sample power, prosecuted with unsurpassed energy, ol our confidence the entire field-com-

will please note the fact, that the five probably unequaled in the South. these two great interests, built upon plete control, if practicable, ot the demand -

hundred dollars expense on that acre Then there'are at least a dozen more the ruins of the past, paramount to all for oranges in this country,;

was for four years of setting fruit, cul- rivers in this State, that can be madeto others, in which the hopes and expectations and as no individual can exercise such

tivating the soil, fitting the land, ma- develop untold wealth in the shape of the country center, do now control, the Florida Fruit Exchange

'nuring, and.marketing of.crops, _and of motive powers.-Pakdka! languish promise* the beat itsuiu. ,/

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Vegetable Qarden{ Cullards make excellent cow feed, yield W is over 850 quarts during the Olive Culture
as well as greens for the table, and is shipping! seas"n, which brought in
to be sown and! receive the same treatment over $375, and I have now $200 w rth

KITCHEN GARDEN. as cabbage. They will furnisha of runners making, every one of which OLIVES IN FLORIDA.

-, good supply of teed nearly the tutire .,ill!|, without a question, be sold by Condition and Prospects of Olive-
r '. Work for December. year, as they will bear frequent cutting October 1st, making a total for this Growing in This State.
,, Prepared for the FLORIDA DISPATCH. of the large leaves. With ibis plant, patch of over $575, or at the rate of Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
"Thou art passing, passing old year, and a good supply of routs, we can be ov r $4000; to the acre.Thinning.. Has any of your readers had any
In the shadowy mist afar; ._ experience with the olive
With thy.last faint flash of revelry, independent of the foreign market for + grafted on
Like the light of a falling star." cow Ieed. the wild olive stock? If so, I wouldbe

Look out now for Jack Frost, he A hot bed is not really-necessary in In root crops, such as beets, carrots, greatly pleased with a report of the
will pay occasional visits to all partsof Florida but acold frame may be made parsnip ,man t'1 wurtzels and turnips, success, and how and when to graft
the State,; many of the more tender very serviceable evtn in the small weeding out is very necessary. Whatwe them. About eight years ago I re-
Tegetables will have to succumbto and the is ceived from the Department of Agri-
family garden, following a want to receive is not the largest
his merciless attacks ; but don't be cheap way of making au effective one number of roots, but the largest num- culture eight small olive plants, saidto

discouraged, have a good supply of Many persons prefer the cloth cover- ber of bushels, and this can be best be of the best French varieties. I
plants or seeds ready to put in again ing to glass ; it is certainly not so secured by giving each plant plenty of They have done no good ; have only
be watchful of the tender plants and likely to burn up the plants if by any room to grow. Cabbage requiresroom three living now, and none over two
them if possible. It will be feet high and I have been thinkingof
protect chance we forget, to itmove it. and late cabbage should ;
advisable to have a supply of coarse grafting them on wild olive stocks
Having determined upon the size, stand two feet apart one way and three
. litter, dried grass or hay ready to 6x12 feet i is a good size for a small ,the other at least; then, if properly f I knew how and when, for the fewwild

spread over the rows on the approachof garden-make a strong frame or box cultivated, they: will have plenty of olive trees I have seen in this
a "cold snap ;" it can be forked off of inch boards, the corner posts two room to spread and grow. community do well.

again when the danger is past. Watchfulness mchess: quare may project six inches at The roots of most plants, especiallythose JOHN B. CARRIN.
Stephensvllle, Taylor Co., Fla.,Nov.6, 1886.
be the
and activity must
the bottom in order to give increased that are cultivated, reach out
watchword now as ever. This is no firmness on the ground. The back almost as far as the circumference of In reply to the above, would say
time for neglect or indifference. Have should be two left and the front the leaves extend outward, and if theyare that while I have never grafted the

everything in readiness for the days ol 12 or 15 inches high, nail a strip at each allowed to grow too close together olive, I have them growing from cut-

greater activity, which will soon be end, flush with the front and back, they will interfere with each other tings that are doing finely. I have
here. Gather up the fallen leaves, to,carry the outside sash or covering, considerably. some fifteen hundred of the Italian

dead grass, and vegetable refuse of all at intervals of three f feet, place a crosspiece _+ 4 Picholine variety in nursery, and manyof
kinds and put them in the compost three inches wide, let flush into Destroying Weeds in Time. them are now four to six feet highat

heap with cotton seed, whole or the edges of the front and back as a Weeds in garden beds or drills two years from the cuttings. This

ground, bone meal and potash, and if support: for the c vering ,each pair of should always be destroyed before Italian variety is a strong-growing and
properly attended to you will have ** which should be hardy olive, and is largely cultivatedin
kept apart by a narrow they reach the surface of the ground.
complete manure in a few months ala nailed Ctutre of California, where it is highly es-
-trip on cross piece. They are often allowed to grow several
small expense. Fertilize and prepare For the covering make frames of 1x21! inches high, and not uni'requently a teemed.
the soil for the of the Mr. A. I. Bidwell of Orlando wroteme
planting strips 3x6 feet, on these stretch and toot or more, and to ripen their seed. ,
main crops soon as the frosts are over. securely tack cheap cotton cloth Those who are willing to take the some time since, that he ban! several -

"Be ye reedy always" is an important which has been shrunken and paint it trouble, will find it quite interestingto varieties in his orchard which,
injunction here as elsewhere. See that Boiled although the trees were quite young,
i following
with preparation: try the different modes, noting the
the fertilizer is thoroughly incorpo- I linseed oil one quart, rosin one-fourth time accurately, and observing the were all growing finely.
rated with the soil. Keep the fcO'l'l of l lead The Mr. Frank White, of Live Oak,Fla ,
pound, sugar::! one ounce. contrast. Take, for example, a full-
well stirred around growing plants. sugar of lead must be ground or rubbed sized onion bed before of the had, a few years ago, a promising
Keep down all weeds and grass in a little of the oil before mixing. weeds have made their young olive grove, and wrote then
"Clean culture" is always best for the Melt all together and apply while suf- run a fine steel rake over appearance all th sue that his four-year old trees were ten
if for the feet high. I have not heard from his
garden, not grove. The
ficiemly warm to spread evenly. face between the rows in one-half the
There are not many vegetable s that frame is now complete and should bed ; in a week, whether there are rees lately, however, and cannot sayas
can be safely plauted this month, but to their present condition. The
have uthern In
a s > exposure a trance weeds or not, go over gain, and so on
peas may still be put in, also Euglis of this size a paititiuu may be put hrnuffh the season once a week. On olive grove at St. Simon's Island,
beans. These are as hardy aa pea-, under thus Ga., has been in profitable bearingfor
each cress pit'cr, uiakiu the other half, wait a month, till the
and if killed to the ground they wilt, lour for different f a great many years, and I see
separate apartments weeds are *ix incl.es high, and then I
come on again. Plantin rows eighteen reeds and all do no reason why, if properly cared
ph>uts, as plants hot hoe and pull them out by hand. Many ;
inches for the dwarf and three for they should not profitable -
apart require the i-ame amount of heat and small ones will escape, and in a weekor prove
feet for.the Broad Wineor and Lung moisture. Two of these will be large two will he as high.as of their with u, selecting, of course,

Pod, and fouriuchts apart in the rou. enough for the cowing of seed, l leaving predecessors ; treat these any in the Fame strong-growing and hardy varieties,
Irish potatoes may be planttd the and those that make a good quality of
I two for the pricking out the plants WHY. Now. if you have kept a record.
last of the month. Keep on transplanting when In the oil and pickles. Mr. Frank A. Kim-
large enough. manage 'hy the watch; of the time consumed)
and cauliflower. ball of National City California has
cabbage meut, cure must be taken to have sufficient on the two parts of the bed, you wil
Cabbage seed still be sown for( had a large experience with the olivein
may air
and not two much sun or find that the weekly dressing, althoughso
late crop if sown in boxes or cold the plains will be weak and spindling. much oftener has taken several that State, and 1 quote from a letter
wri him in which he
frames. Make the soil rich and fine, sow in times less work than the hoeing and ten by says :
Tomato seed may now be sown in rows four inches apart and when plants hand-weeding, and the crop in the "A few trees will bear the second 1

boxes or cold frame for an early crop. are large enough to be safely handled constantly mellow ground has far out year, seventy-five per cent. will bear
It will be well make the third and I have never seen
to repeated sowings year
transplant to the vacant apartments, grown the other. This result has 1
at intervals of two weeks, in order in a four-year-old tree that did not bear ,
etting.them fuurtiuches apart, rows been proved by actual experiment.
to have a succession of plants In case :six inches apart. All plants grown in fruit I have never seen trees well
of accident. When the plants are hot beds or cold frames are improved To destroy the onion maggot, mix cared for that did not succeed, nor

three or four inches high transplant oy being trausplan-ed once before being five gallons! of tar with forty gallons of have I seen one which was indiffer-
to another box or frame ; set the set in the garden. J. H. S. water ; stir well, and sprinkle the ently cared for which did not show its
plants in the soil down to the send *-+-* plants well with the mixture. want of care. One of my neighborswho
leaf, and four to six inches apart ea }h A Strawberry Patch. >-.-4 has trees six years old will get
\V. D. Lewis, of Pauasoffkee, says, Preparing Soil for Strawberries.The from 85 to $15 per tree this year,
way.Egg plant may also be sown, and I had one patch that contained:: one- strawberry may be successfullygrown (1883.) No tree is more easily taken
are to receive the same general treatment seventh of an acre by actual mea ure- in any soil adapted to the care of; none will show extra care

as the tomato,except being wore ment. It had been a cowpen and growth of ordinary field or garden quicker, and no other plant yields an

tropical in its nature, it will need i horse lot for about six mouths, and crops. The ground should be well pre equal profit.
more careful protection against the was "scrub" land, high and dry (by pared by trenching or plowing, and be Perhaps it remains to be seen to
the way, one of the prevailing fallacies properly enriched as for any garden what extent these statements as appliedto

cold.Lettuce, radishes, turnips, rutabnga, that obtains is, that strawberries need crop. It is unnecessary to say that, if California will apply to this State,
carrots, salsify and other root crop- wet, "so'' by" laud, when the fact i is, the land is wet it must be thoroughly but the vigor and growth of the trees
may be sown as opportunity may off r. i that while they need a great deal l of drained. on my place is in marked contrast to
It may be necessary to cover the rows) vvaterthey rrquire thor- ugh druilUtge.) those alluded to by Mr. Carrien, and
with coarse litter until the plants art fiiis lot HHS well manures, and I setout Ripe strawberries have made,, their probably the difference in variety has
"ell established 4,500 thrifty plants on it. Its appearance in Orlando. 1 A I much to do with it. G. L. TABEB



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Interests try your wick and if it still clings,takeit lug this recipe may be of some use to What Young Ladies Should Be.

. ore out and draw a few threads from your numerous readers, I am, Be natural. A poor diamond is
BY MRS. E. A. HILL. each edge and make it smooth by A WELL WISHER. bettter than a god) imitation. Try to
, drawing 1 it tightly between your be accurate, not only for your own
How to Read. thumb and finger lengthwise. Courtesy at Home. sake but for, the sake of your sex.

Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes' life G. G. C. With reference to courtesy at homewe The incapacity of the female mind for
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of study, of reflection and of literary Good Manners. have no doubt that among accuracy is a standard argument
production, gives to his opinions on brothers and sisters a little harmless agaiust the equality of the sexes. Be
reading: peculiar value. His answerto Good manners are not learned from "banter," or "chaff," is admissable ; ready in time for church ; if you do
arbitrary teaching so much as acquired not respect yourself sufficiently to be
the question, "How shall we read? but a family whose members are
is brief.: He believes in reading in a from habit. They grow upon us by always "snapping" at each other in a punctual, respect the feelings of other
rather use. We must be courteous, civil, clever people. Avoid causes of irritation in
by subjects
large proportion style at present approved as by
agreeable, kind, gentlemanly and womanly family circle ; reflect that home
than by authors, and certainly for sys- some, can scarcely be upheld as a your
tematic, accurate culture there can be at home, and then it will soon model of courtesy, either in Floridaor i is the place to be agreeable. Be reti-
no better plan. While such a method become a kind of second nature to be elsewhere. Both among' brothers cent ; the world at large has no interest -

gives to the mind plentiful stores of so everywhere.: A coarse rough manner and sisters as well as with husbands::! in your private affairs. Cultivate j
fact and argument, it also insensiblyleads at home begets a habit of roughness and wives, a great deal of talk which the habit of listening to others ; it
it to arrangement, combination, which we cannot lay off if we try, begins with banter, euds in rudeness. will make you an invaluable memberof
reflection and discussion; and it when we go among strangers. The In society conventional politenesssets society, to say nothing of advantages -
doubtless excludes much trash which most agreeable people we have ever limits to repartee, but at home it will be to you when you marry;
ad known in company, are those who are such barriers in every man likes to talk about himself;
unsystematic reading ignorantly there are no : ; private
mits. perfectly agreeable at home. Homeis life where the more refined weapons a good listener makes a delightful

"Some books," says the doctor, the school for all the best things, of conversational dispute fail, its combatants wife. Be contented ; "martyrs" are

must be read tasting, as it were, every especially. good manners.. are apt to resort to personal detestable; a cheerful, happy spirit is
word. But once become familiar abuse. This is much to be deprecated. infectious ; you can carry it about
with a subject so as to know How to Make Good Tea. Servants could sometimes tell curious: with you like a sunny atmosphere. Be

what you wish to learn about it, and Editor HOME INTERESTS: stories about the courtesy of their em- truthful ; avoid exaggeration. If you
you can read a page as a flash of I wish to contribute my mite to the ployers at home, or rather the want of mean a mile, say a mile, not a mile
lightning reads it. Learn a lesson Home Department of the DISPATCH, it. Courtesy at home cannot be and a half.: If you mean one, say
from Houdin and his son's practice of and send you the following recipefor practiced too constantly or be too one, and not a dozen. Try to be sen-
looking in at a shop window and remembering making a good cup of tea: First well fortified by undeviating habit. sible ; it is nit a particular sign of
all they saw. Learn to put the desired:! quantity, one teaspoonful Even when a man or woman be superiority to talk like a fool Avoid
read a page in the shortest possible !. of tea to each person, into a small alone, it is not well to throw aside too whispering ; it is as bad as giggling.B .
time, and tq stand a thorough exami muslin bag, then drop into the tea freely the restraints and observances ot )th are condemned ; their is no ex-
nation on its contents." pot after thoroughly warming and social usage. We do not hesitate to cuse for either one of them. If you

drying the latter ; then pour sufficient say that no one can when alone, discard have anything to say, say it ; if you
Good Living.If boiling water into the tea-pot, let it all customary forms&) in dress, have not, hold your tongue altogether.

living well consists in living stand five minutes, after which ex .. meals and the like, without danger of Silence is golden. *

neither luxuriously nor expensively, tract the muslin bag containing the sjelf-degredation. A man or woman I .
in what, then, lies the secret, and how tea leaves, and then the tea can be who neglects his or her toilet when intending Home Hints.
may the man of moderate means take poured out and drank with real satis to spend the evening in their
To clean men's mix two
advantage of it? The question is nota faction. own society is decidedly wanting in clothing,
difficult one to answer, and we will The advantage of this plan is thai self-respect, and the bachelor or maiden parts alcohol and one part ammonia ;
put that answer in the shape of a few the second and third cup is equal to A ho makes their room attractive and rub vigorously with sponge or woolen
cloth. Good to clean all kinds of
short rules: the first, and the tannia and other comfortable only when company is
properties of tea not considered beneficial wool goods or carpets.
1. Buy with judgment. expected, must be pronounced un
2. Buy the ,best, for the best is always are left in the bag.; aud the consumer worthy of promotion to that more dig- Salt, sprinkled on any substance
the cheapest. gets a b veraire which in 1 thi- ..dried state of lice to which both sexes burning on the stove, will stop the
3. Let your economy regulate the case may with perfect truth be said to presumably aspire. C. H. W. smoke and smell. Salt thrown upon
quantity, not ,the quality. be the cup that cheers but not inebri Will the many bachelors of Florida coals blazing the fat of broiled chopsor
4. Let y.ur cook be a cook, and ates. Yours truly. please note the above suggestions.ED .- ham will cause the blaze to subside.
that knows how to utilize what is x A CONSTANT READER.
,one H. I.
-_ .. The unpleasant odor left on the
now thrown to the dogs or otherwise -- .- r breath after eating onions is entirely J
wasted. Washing Flannel. To Banish Pleas.
removed of I
by drinking a cup strong
5. Study simplicity in the numberof Editor HOME INTERESTS: and I
Editor Home INTERESTS: coffee ; coffee boiling while onionsare
dishes, and, variety in the characterof As the subject of washing has been For your inquiring readers I report cooking counteracts the smell. !
the meals. pretty generally discusssed in your
discovery, published some
6. Let the housewife be watchful my years Remove foreign) particles from the
department, I will say that I have the in the Courier-Journal, etc. It is
enough to trace the leaks that are following method of washing flannelsfor ago under the eye by putting in a flaxseed near the
simply' this : wit freely
liable to spring in every larder. young children satisfactory : be nose, start it upward, and it will go
house tablespoonful occasionally
Let the mistress be indeed the ; entirely around, usually bringing that
Make\ a good suds by boiling a tween the sheets and for sweeping.
'head of her'own,household and of her piece of ordinary. yellow soap in soft floors. F. M. THORPE. for which it was sent.

own kitchen. water. Wash out the flannel in this, .. In making pickles never use vesselsof
hard needed to brass tin the action of
scrubbing as as remove copper or as
Another Good Way to Cook Sweet i the dirt, but taking care to rub Questions. the acid on such metals often resultsin
Potatoes. no soap on the goods. If it is not Will you be kind enough to give mea poisoning the pickles. Either a

Take small ones, about the size of clean enough from this washing repeat recipe for raised doughnuts ; also porcelain or granite iron kettle is the
an egg, boil until done through, take the process. Rinse out in clear how to make bread pudding and sweet best for) such purposes.

off the peelings lay them on a buttered warm water, and if the flannel is potato pone ? Good cologne is made from oils of .

baking pan closely] together, flatten white blue it, using a much larger ., and lemon, half a drachm,
each one a little with a knife, lay on amount of blueing than would he required Young Housekeeper. oils rosemary of bergamot and lavender each

bits of butter, sprinkle over some for cotton goods, as the flannel Mrs.\ A. would like to know the best one one-fourth drachms ; oils of cinna-
sugar, put in the oven and bake a does not take the color as readily. remedy for throat trouble in children, mon, cloves and roe, each four drops,
light brown Hang the garment to dry in a shady also how to prevent chills and fever. and alcohol one pint; mix and shake
ppot, and while it is still damp iron it.
.. often for week.
Answer to'Nettie C. *---- a
White flannels treated in this way
When your lamp wicks refuse to will not become as yellow as if Fancy-work is fascinating, but my In countries where the best coffee,is
"turn up," the difficulty is due to.two washed in the ordinary manner, nor dear girl,don't allow yourself to studyout made, there is a concurrence of opin-
causes, roughness in the tube and to will they thicken to the disagreeablefabric that pattern for shell lace, until ion that roasted cofiee should not come
the wick being a little too large. If they so frequently become you have darned the drawerful of in contact with any metal, but that it
your burner is an old one cleanse well This method is especially good for use stockings that have been gatheringfrom should be powdered in a wooden mor-
by boiling in strong suds, when in doing up babies' flannels, which are week to week, in spite of the oft tar, Kept in glass or porcelain and in-
rinsed and dried scrape the inside of thus kept oft,and preserve the blue- repeated conscience quieter : ''I'11mend fused in porcelain or earthenware-juga
the tube with a small pointed' knife,; white tint that ia so desirable. Hoer them to-morrow." or other closed vessel.


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:EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. deco nitrate its entire feasibility. New Jersey find, it profitable to grow up to $1 or $5 per barrel.

A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. Orange-growing is no longer upon a peaches in hot hou3es. Thej sell their Yet this imported stock is no

.. speculative basis: and those who would crop very early in the season, at from better than often it is not 'as goodas

To NonSubscribers.We make money in this pursuit must re fifty to seventy-five cents per peach. those grown in the State. Then
send this issue who
to many are duce cost and expense to a minimum. Yet this does not interfere in the least why do we pay this enormous tributeto
: lubscribers. We satisfi d
not are not Take out every tree and stump if with the profits of ordinary peach other States if our own potatoes

with the, D is PATCH and shall improve you are planting simply for your own culture in the open air. I have been can be kept over until the new crop

It. materially both in matter and ap delectation, but if you are plantingfor watching the "Fig Culture at the comes. Mr. Styles gives one method.In .

pearance in the near future, at the an investment or to make a livelihood North" business forjseveral; yeaw. At August I saw very fine potatoes in

same ,time we think a careful exami- time while in Indiana I Baker that had been
let nature do this f r you. one living county grown
nation will convince any one that the MK 4 thought seriously of trying the experi last winter or early in the spring.

paper is indispansible to our farmers, Editor The FLORIDA First Year DISPATCH on Pine: Land. ment, but did not. I have since then, They had been preserved by spreading ,

gardeners and fruit-growers, and Will the editor of the DISPATCH, or read of numerous instance of failure them in a thin layer over the floor of ;

worthy the support of every one inter some experienced correspondent there The account given by the editor of a small building which was kept

eated in the State. Read the specimencopy of, please state in your next paper the DISPATCH, is the flrd I have seen tightly closed so that there was no

and note our liberal clubbing what truck or crop a "new comer" of success in the open air by any one ercufation of air over them and they
and three month's offers.
could raise on high pine land the first exeept those having trees for sa e. were in total darkness. At that time

"Dispatch" and "Free Press." year that would bring a profitablecash when I saw them they were apparently ,
We in this issue short de Late Fi s.-Speaking of late figs,
give a return ? as good as when first dug.A .
[ have a bath, the three main stems
of Marion Those
cription county. An answer to the above question -

who would like to know more of this I would be of great interest to many. of which are only three feet high, i Commerce Oommi "ion.-Sure

favored region should subscribe for "FLOKIDA NEW COMERS." which contains over twenty-five figs, enough, why no' petition Congress for

the Free Press of Ocala. The Pre* DeFunlak Springs, Fla., November 14,1836. most of them over half grown. The such a commission ? This would be a

is a live representative county paper, Almost any garden crop can be cutting from which this plant grew good work for the F. F. and V.G.P. .

replete with information regarding raised on high pine land of good qual was given to me by a friend, under A., let them have some petitions

:Florida in and Marion\ ity the first if the name of Mammoth Purple.
general county year proper prepara printed and send a copy to each sub-

in particular. It is the official organ tion be given, and sufficient fertilizerbe Birds and Persimmons.- Mr. Burrcan scriber to every agricultural paper

of the Marion Fruit and V- applied. Peas and potatoes will
County getable save his Japan persimmons from the State,and also one to every post
Growers' Association. We probably yield the best results with
master with the request that, if he
being destroyed by birds in two
have made special arrangements the least preparation and outlay. Weshould EI J can cover his trees with mosquito ways. cannot solicit signatures'he will handit
send, the Free Presi be pleased to hear from Mr. who
whereby we can to some garden or fruit-grower
netting just before the fruit begins to
subscribers two dollars George Hutchinson, and other will These would
: to remitting garden color. I have! frequently seen large attend to the matter.

for a year's subscription to the DH rs, on this point. It is of vital l cherry .trees at the North covered in undoubtedly be generally signed, and

PATCH for the litional sum of importance to "new comers" of limited when forwarded to our representativesin
this way to protect the fruit from the
twenty-five cents, or $2 25 fur the two. means to know what they can do the birds. Congress must have some influence.But .
first to returns from their this work
Deadenings. year gpt An easier and cheaper way wouldbe to accomplish anything,

We would call attention to : lr.Adams' land. tCurrent-*-< to big the fruit as we do grapes. must not be confined to Florida. Copiesof

article on "Planting in D .aef l Comments. Ode-pouudmanilla bags, such ,as are the petition should be sent to the ed I,
Florida Ai It /<.-On the first itors of the and
pare I principal agricultural
enings, in another column.Ve used by groces, can be bought for
of the DISPATCH for November 15, horticultural papers in every State,
have had considerable discussion of about one dollar per thousand. The
there is a very interesting pen por- with the request that they publish it
late on the practicability of gettingrid work of pinning one ofthese, over each
trait of "Florida it is." The and their readers in this
as or- urge to'act
of pine; trees preparatory to setting persimmon would not be so tedious in
business has been W. 0. STEELE.
undoubtedly matter.
out orange groves by simply deadeningthe practice as it seems at first thought,
the of thousands Switzerland, Fla.,November 23,1886.
means interesting of
timber. We must confess it seems while the saving of the crop would .
in Florida who would other
to us the advocates of the deadening people amply repay all the trouble and ex- .
plan have the ,best of the argument wise never have thought ot'coming' pense. --...
But South. It has given the State a -- ft*ft,... .........ft* <
thus far.
two 2
objections ate QClCcdcS! : S CIS.
"'bo-, really the i is faOS JO .GYmirVC3O0r< < m
urged against the plan, namely, dangerto m, yet orange crop The Wrong Gounty.-By some mis COCO .. awe 9 W.UV. UUUU
but small item in the list of the ..N ]
a an take postoffice address! in the last 09
orange trees from falling timber my ... z;; o'Cl <
nual produc s of the State. If the DISPATCH amended by the addition .. PJwnH C'1-1. .. eat -
and from wood-lice. After the pines ) | J'BP[ UBajt I .1:I' J5 i' o
estimated cash value of these N O
products .of Duval Switzerland is
have shed theirsap-wood, they become county. lisi.: 1!
slender "light-wood" shafts, few of which is said to bo reportedfrom twenty-two miles from Jacksonville, > e 'Ic1laolaA f I-a'v3ae3a a
official l sources as amounting to and is in St. Johns z: 'J O) q
whom, are so inclined as to fall upon county. 0.. 3a
$40,000,000, is not exaggerated it is C) : uo1laatjQ I >
the trees beneath ; even when one .s 33xwxm 4 ts>
wonderful, can any other strictly agri- Do Not Del'iy t' e Trees.-I hope ;'C uQQ:!
occasionally strikes an tree it b.
orange C
cultural State make as good a showingper that the decision of Judge Rumpeywill S'j "' :J.. ".m
seldom' it considerable aqipaipanq
damages to any capita ? beaccepted as a precedentby: all .:.:= p pav saqoaj UI 838888.4. . -OO4
extent, as the latter has by this time '...' II1JJUI1U LtBQ -H:
The writer got a little mixed on the judges throughout the United States., i !:*:!i
surrounded itself by) a natural protection 3 ::00
fl wer question. There is only one If so, it may cause the transportation 'OD
of and branches. I 'Llla I ""i"-o" S
yielding twigs
variety of Bignonia found wild in this companies. to be more careful about 4fc a ajq Q ti'i .
As for wood-lice will not dam- O
they State, viz : B. C'tpreolda. There i is delaying nursery stock in transit. 'i: fcO A k mnmtullQ I !;t; :S ; '= )
age the trees unless rotten wood be o 1'12 E-t Z I)!
also a native Passiflora( viz : P. in. cuCC
brought into contact with them, and carnnta. He has evidently mixed Lima Beam.I would like ,to;,ask' o UI.WJX"W I g NOCh[ h ,9Oq

not very often even when this is the the two in his description.Fig S. L. Read whether,the "Lima", .beans <<::tD

case. We have been planting orange described are the .true large Lima, or ".a" Lt1BQ zalautoteg uV9K 328835 i i g w m k:i w:U

trees for eighteen years and have yet Culture at the North.While, I the,&era. _o O) J 12ii. m0io | O,

to lose our first tree from wood-lice. believe that the fruit growers of Flor- !._- I _: '.: r: :I s : a eOc -..
Planting in deadenings lessens the ida should set out more fig trees, I do Grow Your Own 'Potatoes.-: Thou. o o !iR I ,! ; ;: ,ce.-SetEC'S-Qp. "

not think that there is of sands of barrels of Irish (5- Ci) .:..d ,
cost,of clearing at least one-half. We any danger potatoes are Ii! 'h IJm 1- lio I ::s

" ; have the evidence of hundreds of sue serious rivalry from figs grown: Northof brought.into: this. State every yearand; ,8 -=.:st

t.i.. essful. groves made. in this way toe the Ohio river. Some .parties in sold. at prices ranging :iroln$2.25ll ; ;; ,', S!.& 83i %:*

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,. MARION' COUNTY.' line, lighter. sandy! lands stretch Spring, and over in the western por- for congenial people, for pleasant
through' .tHe orange-region to the:Ever-: tion of the county is the We-ki-va scenery, for fertile pin lands, whichcan
One of the Richest Sections of
glades. :Bearing in mind their gen- ([clear water) Spring, one of the be had at moderate prices, the
eral} line denunciation: between the greatest curiosities in the State.OF Lake Weir region is unsurpassed.The .
Take the map of Florida, draw a farming' lands of the West and orange OCALA, anuual product of the groves hereis

line from Day -Halifax' to lands of the. South,.we, find, followingdown Marion county's live, wide-awake about 20,000 boxes, and the largestand

Cedar. Keys.,. and you have crossed,, the line from Jacksonville, .that, county site, Mr. Tuttle says: "Ocalais most productive lemon-groves in
from. east to 'west, from the Atlantic .as we approach Marion county it the center of a central orangegrowing Florida are situated on Lake Weir.
to the Gulf at! the narrowest 'point in!' jenrs way. to the southward, including county. Her geographical loca- WEST MARION

'the peninsula the State. .Make nearly the wholeof, this county with tion, supported by a rich productive is essentially a farming country, the

,: another "bee line" ''from Jacksonville, the farming lands of Middle Florida region, will, in a few years, make her farmers raise their own corn and bacon
the metropolis ,of' :Florida,'to',Tampa, :While geographical position and cli- the "Indianapolis of Florida." Thisis and potatoes, and ship hundreds of

the part through which the mails and matic ,couditions include this countyin my candid opinion of Ocala's future, bales of long staple cotton, while

traffic between the United" States'.and; the Orange.Belt, its lands in character and not a very recent idea, either. If orange and vegetable-growing are byno

Cuba find, ingress and egress, and ,the and productiveness rival the you are conversant with new Florida, a means neglected. The fertility of

two lines intersect': in.:the entre',< f
county. .rhe'prospe.ctor seesat: a' the richness of its soil giving it a vince you, if not prejudiced, that that in ante bellum days many a cotton

glance, that this county is centrally unique,place among the orange grow- there is some foundation for the pre- plantation was established here.
situated ,and 'more' nearly rectangularthan ing:counties.
diction. Ocala is also a center of LAKE KERR.
the other. counties''of the. State
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; What has been done to demonstratethese commercial, social and political inter- In the eastern portion of the county,
that it is traversed, .by,two great trunk great 'recourcea about which so est, has two newspapers of undoubted between the Ocklawaha and the St. '
line railroads that the rJamed, .Ock- I
; little1 is' said? Much ; the farmers of merit and ability, the Banner and the I Johns and north of the Big Scrub,

lawaha river scarcely' passes ,beyond j Marion county.produce their own meat Free Press. Large mercantile houses, which occupies the soatheastern corner,
its boundaries in i its
all tortuous and besides bank hotel accommodation lies the Lake Kerr It is
[grain potatoes, raising alarge.quantity a prosperous country. a
course ; that ,on, the east it touches ,the of Sea Island cotton as for three thousand people, and healthy, high pine country, and while
St. Johns'river at Lake
great George, surplus ; this county is second only to everything that goes to make a live the soil is not as fertile as west of the
while on the west. tho Withlacoochee' Alachua in the quantity and value of town Ocala can lay claim to, and it's Ocklawaha, it is by no means sterile,
leads its streams 'into the Gulf of
the, products of its. market gardensand only five years since she was an insig- but compare favorably with the orange
Mexico that ,,not thickly
; although as areas of small fruits ; and it may nificant, isolated hamlet, without a rail lands of Putnam and Volusia counties.
dotted with lakes the farther
.as territory astonish "same, old timers" to road. Now she has three, soon there The Palatka and Tavares branch of
east and)north it contains sev'eraJ.Jake .
learn l[ cthat Marion county raises will be five, and more in prospect." the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key
whichwe will add .of ,
regions are
nearly as many oranges as any other ORANGE LAKE West Railway will open up this sectK n;
unrivaled beauty two counties, being fully one-third the lies on the northern boundary of the lands can now be bought very cheap, .
The"new com era" are supposed to entire output of the State. Within county. The Florida Southern Railway and it offers great inducements to

find it difficult 'obtain information the,boundaries of Marion county are and the Florida Railway and prospective settlers of limited means.

regarding 'this seemingly favored sec- more continuous stretches of strong, Navigation System C' me in, one on We cannot close this brief outlineof
tion, which differs in ..ihis'particular fertile acres, than elsewhere in either side of the lake. On its shoresare the advantages of Marion county
from 'other portions of the State'where: Florida. 'the celebrated Harris and Bishop without mentioning

immigration is;flowing in: or sough*' "The soil and location are unexcelled groves, the largest in the world, as wellas BELLEVIEW,

after, and whose merits,are widely. advertised the rich.hammocks and productive hundreds of other large groves. a New England colony on the Florida
"Printed ,matter" about 'high' pine lands merit its title, Citra is the railroad station ; it is esti- Railway and Navigation Co's Railway,
"Old, Marion"- i is not to be had. The; ,I 't.e.f.FLORIDA'S BLUE GRASS REGION." mated that not less than 150,000 boxes twelve miles south ot Ocala. The

county has, issued no pamphlet ; if the The old settlers of Marion county are will be shipned from this place this founders of the colony are among the

press, local or general, have ever so accustomed their first choice- year. The groves are largely on ham leading men of Florida and New Fng-
"written up" advantages one has good cane and cotton lands-that mock land, and many of them are land. By enforcing prohibition and
"preserved for reference" the result of I sometimes' soil "budded wild still
they Designate as poor, gloves standingin paying especial attention to religious,
their labor: ; the real J, estate men can- that would ,be a 'fertilizer for some their original positions. educational and social advantages, a

not help us, they ,have nothing to offer really poor land.. THE LARGEST Leaving Orange Lake the two rail- most deairable! class of people have'

and little to say, further than "it is BEARING ORANGE GROVE IN THE roads run parallel with each other, and settled here ; the place has every nat- ,

one of the richest counties: in the WORI;D, ,also the, best-paying lemon to the Ocklawaha further east, south- ural advantage of health, soil and

State. Possibly' ,our, inquirer" groves in the State, are in Marion ward, through the county, passing almost scenery. Founded in 1884, it is now
stumbles upon L. K. Tut tie's readable county. baking Ocala, for a center, continuously through undulating an incorporated town of over two

pamphUt,"Twelve.years, in ,Florida"or ( and, with a radius of twenty-five miles fertile lands, and stopping at many hundred inhabitants. Many promi-

the "Belleview" circular of the i in length, describe a circle, and it will pleasant village At Ocala, in the center nent physicians are interested in the

Marion\ Land and Il11pr.ovementiCom- I include an area, in which is grown of the county, the roads cross, and, place, and Dr. H. Knight has estab-
pany, but they contain '''just enough two-thirds of the State's citrus produc- still southward, pass out of the countyon lished a sanitarium, which is attracting -
about the CCUllty'tmake one wish to
tion.- either side of the attention of health-seekers
know more,andour.woutil, -settler-in,
The surface of the untry is gently LAKE WEIR. everywhere.
Florida must. wait:and see turn hi attention to some better advertised pine interspersed with hickory and most attractive pine land countries in The Record eav"s that wagonloadafter

section.; oak and, free from undergrowth, in Florida. The lake itself is a lovely wagon-loud of oranges are broughtinto
Orlando for the manufacture of
The old "Transit" Railroad from the hammocks the growth is hard sheet of water, several miles across. wine.

Fernandina to Cedar Keys, makes wood timber, with thick undergrowthand The high banks on every band slope orange .

pretty accurately: the northern. limit of many palms. In the southeastern gently down to the water's edge, whileits 12,000 to 15,000 boxes of oranges
the "Orange ,Belt. North and west portion of the county as' well as shore are lined with orange oves will be shipped from Orange City this
of this line are the farming lands'of on the extreme northern boundary, are and beautiful homes, with here and season ; the largest shippers being
Middle and West Florida<; ; rich sur- some of the most beautiful lakes in there a -rgy hamlet nestled 'neath the Taylor about 3,000 boxes ; Shovelingabout
face soils with clay subsoils; ,that pro the, 'State.' *' In Clarion' county the bark. There are smaller lakes 1,500 ; Siyj '!s about 1,500 ;
many Sturdevant about 2,0t)0) and Carpenter
duce" corn, cotton. ,' "garden sass" and t wonderful' "j'.. (. Ocklaovahariver rises.'J'from' near; in fact, this entire section is a about 1,000, while many bothers
orchard. fruity ad lib. t i" .;, Bbuia.ofthis; the..,depths",-of;;.' ,the famous -Silver network of lakes.' For healthfulneea. ;' will yield from 400-td 8fl bfoxeil: '
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OCKLA. W AHA VALLEY.. Three railroad surveys have lately been PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. SPICER AND HOPSON,

made, the Jacksonville and Ocala of Leesburg, Sumter county have been
A New Region Opened Up For Set- THE' FLORIDA DISPATCHIs associated with orange and vegetable
tlement. Air Line, and Palatka and Southern a 20 to 28-page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE growing in that section of the State for

Road and S. F. Road. As soon as HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY and IMMIGRATION years, and when they advertise in the
: the COAST DISPATCH as agents for real estate and

::We wish to call the attention of the this valley is tapped by a railroad it 01 the SOUTHERN Subscription STATES. Kates. dealers in fine aids, about Leesburg.. as
well as agents for the sale of some of the
will be the of Florida It
public and prospectors generally to a garden spot Per Annum,$2.00. Six Months, $1.00. Three grandest in
Months, 50c. orange groves a grand orange
large area of most excellent countryyet will be to Florida what the Mississippi Club Kates. growing, part of the tate, our

Valley is to the West. In clubs of four. $1 I 50 each per annum. In readers can rely on their statements. It
only partially developed.It clubs or eight 81.25 each per annum. In clubsof affords us pleasure to call attention to
is the valley of the Ocklawaha Prominent points are already grow- twelve 81.00 each :per annum. their big "ad" on another page.A. .
With Other Publications.
ing into note. Among them are River- J. ROSE.
river. We know, of na section. having We club with every periodical published In
them will side, Cedar Landing, Fort Brook, the United States and Great Britain. Rateson Real Estate Agency of Kissimmee City is
advantages. Among
greater application.
energetically reaching out for a share of
Orange Spring, noted for its health Remittances the.business this He
be found its superior soils, offering and business correspondence should be ad- season. has many
and magnificent pure water and sulphur dressed especial bargains about Kissimmee, and
in fruit
health and toCHAS.
generous W. DACOSTA, Publisher, his honorable career ol the past is'a
and farm products. These two con- spring, lola, Eureka, Graham- Jacksonville, Florida.To guarantee to buyers of real estate for the

ville, Fort McCoy, and other embryo future. Captain Rose will keep to thet"ront'
siderations are greatest selecting Advertisers. if there is a front, always. Read
homes. settlements. This valley lays in the The DISPATCH is THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL his four column *ad.
The soil is excellent quality of pine famous orange belt of East Florida. large circulation In Florida and throughoutthe THE BETTS FENCING COMPANY,
United States and foreign countrles- of Belleview Florida manufacturers of
land. They produce the hardiest A. S. C. wherever the interest Is turned Southward.
superior style offence, it having the fur-
fruit-trees and generous crops of corn, Orange Spring, Fla., Nov. 15, 1886. IN THE :SOUTH: -especially) lor Real Estate ther advantage of being cheap as well as
Nurseries, Transportation lines. Banks, durable, can be put up rapidly and
cotton, oats, rye, potatoes,and vegeta- Hotels, and those' branches wherein It Is de- shipped to any part of the world. Our
STATE ITEMS. sirable to roach our winter visitors or our
bles. .Here is a grand consideration. rapidly Increasing permanent popu atlon. readers( should at least correspond with
For Advertising Hates apply to home industries before buying. See
Farm, products, the essentials to sus= The sweet potato crop in Leon LOUIS W. BUCKLEY, their card.

tain life, and fruit all growing on the county is said to be immense this sea Advertising Manager. ALTAMONTE NURSERIES,

same soil. H. L. Wheatley, proprietor, comes next.
Notice to New Subscribers.
son.At Special ,
Daytona strawberries are now These nurseries are well located at Alta-
The culture of the' answeringfor
crops doing well the late planting doing The attention of those contemplating monte, Orange county, for shipping facil-
the fruit trees, we know parties : subscribing to the DISPATCH is ities, and they are both extensive as wellas

who have raised as, many as six crops the best. called to our Special Clubbing Arrangement fine. Mr. Wheatley is a gentleman,
Columbia farmers have decided to whom it is a pleasure to meet and he
i in their young groves each paying an plant less cotton and more provisioncrops. with the Weekly N. Y.: also has excellent business qualifications.FLORIDA .
World. Two dollars and
overplus above expense of culture. STONE AND
secures the Weekly World and FLORIDA of Jacksonville the and most
We can, point. to parties now in the It is estimated that there are one pioneers
DISPATCH for one year including I reliable stone works in the State, havea
enjoyment of nice little fortunes who million five hundred orange trees in as a premium a copy of the card in this issue calling attention to

pursued the above mode. the vicinity of DeLand. World's History of the United States, well curbing, flues etc. Write to the
Company, No. 52! West Bay street, for
To' ,the thousands,scattered all over More corn has been gathered in a neatly bound book containing the estimates and circulars on all work.

Columbia county the present year than history of our country up to the pres.
the rural districts of the many States MORKISON, STAPYLTON CO.,
has ever been before in a single year. ent time. Address the publisher 01
Bankers and Real Estate Dealers, of Lees-
now composing, this grand republic, Webb, the directory man, says that this paper or the N. Y.: World. burg, Fla., is a firm that is well known
whose lot compels them to labor, you both at home and abroad. Their corre
Kissimmee has of 1,384
a population ,
will find the road to competency here doubled in Some of the Finest. spondents in this city are Ambler. Stock-
having nearly one. year. ton & Marvin, and their'standing the

in Florida easier and quicker than in One dealer at Ocala, one day last And still the live energetic businessmen very best. Read their card.J. .
commission men, real estate dealer,
of the States.
any week, bought 36,625 pounds of seed Northern commercial' house, manufac- T. LANCASTER

We will ,give an illustration. Factsare and twelve bales of lint cotton, all Sea turer, medical house, or nurseryman, of Ocala, Fla.. is one of the reliable real

always best evidence to be guidedby. Island. patronizes the DISPATCH. The fact that estate men of Marion county. His integ-
the paper is on file at all hotels, on sale rity cannot be impeached, and the DIS-
., Nine, years ago a gentleman Receipts at the cotton warehouses in on trains leading to and throughout Flor- PATCH takes his word on equal terms

started here with one hundred and Tallahassee are steadily increaiing, ida, makes it valuable to an classes of with a Government bond. He has some
advertisers. An "ad" placed in these columns valuable real estate, lands and city property
fifty dollars. He invested one hundred and the staple is of unusually fine is read by many thousands of and is pleasant, well posted and

quality. all of whom interested honorable. Write to J. T. Lancaster
he people. are
dollars, in land : Result, has pre-
cisely in our advertisers and what they when buying lands.
Over boxes for
now eight hundred. bearing trees just 100,000 oranges offer. .Any reader of the paper will read- WE HAVE TWO OTHER
forward( this
starting in their prime. They are have already gone ily appreciate this fact when they glanceat well known Ocala real estate firms ,with
season over the Florida Southern the class of advertisements. We par- '"adds" in this issue.
healthy J l and vigorous. Who needs a alone. ticularly ask all those readers of the DISPATCH -

better desirable investment ? who patronize any of our adver- BROWN & EDENS,
or more "Tropical Fiber Works, are to be tisers to name this paper in writing to live Real Estate Agents of Ocala, have a
This valley has other advantages established in Florida, an effort is being advertisers. It can't harm and may do peculiar style of advertising, that always

besides its good soils> for farm productsand made to secure its location at all parties considerable good. It cer- attracts attention. In a four-column
Sanf ord. tainly benefits the DISPATCH. as advertisers space elsewhere will be read a wide-
fruits. The river passes through a : like to know the advantages of plac-- awake announcement. It is one of the

dense cypress swamp varying in width< Large numbers of covered wagons ing their cards. We can recommend our best real estate firms in the entire State,
and can come as near suiting buyers as
daily pass through Tallahassee en routeto patrons to our readers.
from a quarter to, a half mile. Its the Gulf coast in quest of fine salt This week we call attention to the following any. Write them for a more extendedlist
of property, and name the DISPATCH.
circuitous route makes it over 150. water fish. :
miles, and is always covered with The orange business in Alacbua a beautiful spot on the Florida Railwayand is one of the leading fence companies of

1 water, affording passages for small county is getting brisk, the dry, warm Navigation Company's main line. the country, the manufactory is in Chi- ..

canoes and channels to float the cy weather, causing the fruit to ripen and where intending settlers will find cago, and as rates are low, our:agricultural -
rapidly.A plenty of good. cheap lands for friends can buy cheaply, getting
press. It abounds in fish, such as the very orange culture. trucking etc., as wellas speedy returns.
and ton of palmetto is to be sent town lots. The Rev. H. Woodward is
trout perch. Large quantitiesare
North from Sanford to be manufao secretary of the land company at Belle- DR. R. SCHIFFMANN,

caught at any season, but 'more tured into paper, as a test of that material view, and he, as well as other agents of of St. Paul, Minn., has something to say
particularly in the summer months, the company, is reliable as well as con- elsewhere of "Asthma Cure." Read his
for printing
paper. scientious. Elsewhere will be found more card.

when fresh meats are so desirable. The aggregate assessment of propertyin concerning Marion county lands and ad- MAGNOLIA HOTEL

The east side.of the river is noted for Orange county in 1881, was 81,750, vantages. J. H. LIVINGSTON, of Ocala, is a pleasant, well-conducted
000. The current it has been for tourist commercial travelers.
its immense scrub, the home aud.birth. year of Ocala, Marion county, has a double hostlery -

place of herds of deer,bear, and other 86.115,000( an increase $4,365,000 column card elsewhere, setting forth his .
Very little cotton is being marketed real 'estate and land agency business.Mr. w. C. DODD,
game. Its density precludes the pos- in Madison owing to the low price, : Livingston has fine orangegrovesfor of Oronge Home, with the Florida Rail-

tibility of ever destroying or rendering and affirm that make sale. as well as rich vegetable lands. way and Navigation Company, twenty-,
t many they can etc.. We commend him as a reliable five miles south of Ocala, tells of the
the,dame scarce. ,Hunters can gel, zip.money! in its cultivation the pr;8., agent. Well posted and thoroughly busi. advantages of his place elsewhere. This

fresh game at any and all seasons. ent price. ness like. Orange Home lies between three beauti-


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ful little lakes and has many acres of the Look Here, Florida Bargain Seekers! For Sale. Free Trade.

very richest land in the State. About Are you looking for paying investments Mobile Improved Nunan Strawberry The reduction of internal revenue and

the hamlet Professor Dodd,,is more in- either' TOWN lots adjoining( Railroad Plants for sale. Price $3.00 per the taking off of revenue stamps from

terested in educational and moral influences Stations; on navigable rivers; 'or front- 1,000. Larger quantities on application. Proprietary Medicines, no doubt has
than financial benefits and the ing on beautiful salt-water Bays or Delivered at the wharf or railroad sta largely! benefitted the consumers as well as

therefore, is bound to thrive. Harbors? On Orange Groves; or wild tion. I have raised strawberries for the relieving the burden of home manufac-

Write him formaps, etc. lands from one to one million acres ? If past six years, and tried more than twenty turers. Especially is this the case with
There are many. others to notice but so, send for "The Orange Grove;" a varieties, and find this the best.D. Green's August Flower and Boschee's' German -

space forbid. Will "catch up" in the monthly journal published in the interestof B. MILLS, Syrup, as the reduction of thirty-six
next issue. Lands in Florida only one dollar a Welaka, Fla. cents per dozen has been added to in-

a 4 year-Sample copy FREE. Addres, -KH- crease the size of the bottles containing

To Merchants, ''Shippers' and the THE ORANGE GROVE, The Arcadia Nursery. Montlcello, Flor" these remedies thereby giving one-fifth
Public. Liverpool, Manatee Co., Fla. ida. more medicine in the 75 cent size. The
----- For one, two three-year-old LeConte August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver
The Mallory Line will not be with- Geo. E. Snow, of East Lake states pear trees. Also a full list of other pears Complaint, and the German Syrup for

drawn Reports having been circulatedthat that.heis better satisfied with Williams, and apples grafted on LeConte roots. Cough and Lung troubles, have perhaps,
the Florida Service of the Mallory Clark & Co.'s Orange Tree Fertilizer Address Arcadia Nursery, J. H. Girar- the largest sales of any medicines in the

Line will be discontinued, we take this than any he has used in eight years' ex- deau, proprietor, Monticello, Fla. world. The advantage of increased size
means of announcing to our patrons and perience with orange tree fertilizer.We ->-*-.,- of the bottles will be greatly appreciatedby

the public generally that our steamers will Large Texas and Mexican Pecans. the sick and afflicted, in every town

continue run! Rates of freight and want an active: influential person Prices of young trees and fresh nuts for and village in civilized countries. Sam-

passage as low as by any other line. I in the territory of each postoffice In the planting, and to grow them. Sent ple bottles for 10 cents remain the same

Twelve years' experience in the Florida State of Florida to represent our interest. free. S. D. SHREWSBURY, size.

business have made the :Mallory Line a Send two cent stamp and reference for P. O. Box 516. Sherman, Texas. --- ---
Florida. institution, and gained us many to Sutton & Bemis, Ocala. .. .--- ---
friends, whom we hope to retain. We particulars I Fertilize

solicit a continuance your patronage.P. -.---
With Upland Cotton Seed,at S12 per ton.
W. SourmviCK, Agent, Groves where Williams, Clark & Co.'s For prices on car-load lots address I. r.FORTYFOURTH.
Fernandina.J. Orange Tree Fertilizer has been used]are MAYS & PARTRIDGE,
1.[. CUTLER, Agent, Jacksonville. looking finely. Fla.I'I
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Florida Fruit at Auction. Rocky Branch Nursery, Monticello, Fla. 4

JACKSONVILLE,.FLA., Nov. 27, '86. Parties intending to purchase LeConte To Kent. YEAR.
Pear trees will do well to place orders An Orange Grove to a fami y understanding -
Following is telegraphic report to with me before the season to plant opens.I the cultivation of fruit trees. One of the best Farm, Industrial and Stock
Periodicals in the South.
Manager Ives, this a. m., from Messrs. have a choice stock of one, two and Bonds required. S. E. WINSLOWDunedin
Sgobel& Day, agents Florida Fruit Ex- three-year-old trees, and will not be un- : Hillsborough County, Fla.Consumption ATLANTA, ,
change, New York, giving the averageof dersold. Correspondence with 4 AND
auction sale, of November 26: men solicited. nursery- Cured. THE FLORIDA DISPATCH,

Stencil" No. 158 20. Average" $3 20. B. W. PARTRIDGE, An old physician, retired from prac- will be sent one year for Si30. Sample copies
3.10. free.
Proprietor. tice had in his hands sent
'' having placed by
167 2.50. ------- -- --------
an East India missionary the formula o 1a 1
200() 3.25. Wanted. YOUR OWN
h 404 h 3.35. A man who understands preparing simple vegetable remedy for the speedy r;;.M J. GRIND I none, alcao ..
\ tcrSbel
u 478 3.30. Smoking Tobacco for market, and manu- and permanent cure of Consumption. .? Graham Flour' f Cerra. in Wer :
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all (FWilson'aPatent
980 3.30. facturing same into cigars. AddressF.
and also ffji'. $5NAND ).
Throat Affections
Lung a posi-
2319 325. S. JONES, Herndon, Ga.Vant..d. cent.more madeinkeeping
.. ". tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil- PGultrv. Also POWEll J I1 MS andFVIIJI
2287 ( -
3.CO. -- -
and all Nervous after having FEED .,.tinXS.Circnlarsandteatimonialstent
Stencil 167, showed considerable decay, \ ity Complaints, on appii i :ation.VU.40! IlltO!?. Easton.!'&.
which is the cause of low price. Man and wife; man to take charge of tested its wonderful curative powersin ----
farm, fruit trees and dairy. Wife to do thousands of cases, has felt it his dutyto PA J INK'S P.AT)- x'r PROCESS
light housework for small family. A make it known to his suffering fellows.
SPECUL ADVERTISEMENTS good place for right parties. Address Actuated by this motive, and a desire to For Curing Oranges and Lemon,.
H. W. REED. relieve human suffering, I will send, free We are now prepared to hell tue rigl't to use
for Lemons
the and
Cabbage Plants for Sale. of all who desire it this pJOCtbS cuuug oranges
Waycross, Ga. charge to recipe itt two days t>O that they will keep lor months
Fauters Brunswick Improved S2.50 -- -...*>.- in German, French or English, with ful in a perJect state, packed lu the usual way "
per thousand, f. o. b. Beach &, Miller Florida Or utl.:" i.rove r..h.". directions for preparing and using. Sent Sena: for uet>cripiive Circulars. .

steamers or J. T. & K. W. R. R. Cash Twenty acres good land ; 1200 trees. by mail by addressing,with stamp, naming Florida Fertilizing- Co.,
this paper, W. A. NOYES::: 149 Power's E. T. PAINE, President.
with order. H. B. Philips, Satsuma, 200 bearing, 3000 trees in mir ry, unhurt Jacksonville West Bay :::It.
Block Rochester N. Y.
Fla. by freeze, bl1ilt1in -;, etc. : health ,
_--.- and water good. Price low-tfrms easy. ...-
Kfrca Hatching. Drawer M, Jacksonville Fla. 8ti Seed hits; :heed H 'e. e!>!iden t. Cushier.KISSIr,1flEE .

Orders booked now for eggs from fine ..--- 5,000 Bushels Choice Texas Rust Proof J
Rocks Black DlortHone: ,' lor. Your Work / CITY BANK
Plymouth Javas, and Oats. ,
thoroughbred Lig /Brahmas. December; if you improve good opportunities. Hal- 1,000 Bushels Choice Florida Seed Rye
January and February are the best lett & Co., Portland, Maine, will mail 500 Bushels Choice Northern Seed Rye. -ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. .
months to hatch in Florida. AddressA. free, full information showing how you 100 Bushels Choice Seed Bailey. -

R. Paxon, 22 East Bay street. can make $5 to $25 and upwards a day Just received. Now is the time to CAPITAL !$SOOOO.

-- -.- and live at home wherever you are lo plant. Also a full stock Garden Seeds,

An Anarhrnniftin. cated. Better write; some have made fresh and reliable. 'V)[. A. BOUKS, .
When pressed in Bosworth's classic glen, over $50 a day; all new. No capital required 20 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Transacts a general Banking business.

King Richard shouted to his men, ; started!free. Both sexes: all ages. --.- t:
*A pen, mv kingdom for a pen," Success for every worker. Send address Malaria. Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit
Rose Esterbrook responsive then, and see for yourself. cashed.
"Take from this box Falcon Pen -----.-.- Twenty-five hundred dozen bottles o -
a ,
Wanted.A Ague Conqueror ordered in one month.It Has correspondents In all the chief townsof
And "Richard himself
was again. Florida, also Seaboard National Bank au
.- Scotchman, age 26, thoroughly prac- positively eradicates Malaria, Fever Messrs. C. M. Whitney, fc Co., New York.In .
Orange Grove. tical farmer, with good knowledge of and Ague, Billious and Intermittent Great Brlta'ln: The Bank of Irelan
horses and stock-raising, wants employ- Fevers In any climate. Read our book Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Briti
Fine bearing,orange-grove, 1,000 trees, in North America and Melville, Evans & C
thousand testimonials.DUE
orange grove or nursery. Apply of one .
for sale of mile from Lake Como
quarter at to Allan F. Kerr at Austin WEST S. C. March
once 1883.
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Station. J., T. & K. W. R. R. ; 30 acres
Illinois. G. G. GREEN Dear Sir -We will
: ,.soon
of beautiful high land, beautiful lake for .
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boating fishing lovely island (1$ acres) Theodore Hook wrote: "Who manu- need more Ague Conqueror. It is taking WANTED wwlpTA'enu'8Ury of*ab per moothooch ud-
like "hot cakes" and satisfaction.
giving HELP Ezp..e.to travel and tell Staple Good to
out in lake, high hammock land, good factures quills must be a goose." Thisis Yours ELLIS BROS. i Dealers,or$4i a month and Expense to buildings. This is one of the best grovesin now a literal truth when Esterbrook's *In your vicinity. All Eipeniei&chaaoe -
Salary PromptlY Paid. Sample Paeka: of oar Good and
Putnam county. Price, $10,000; quar. turned up point pens have all the meritsof FAIRFIELD Mo. 29 1886. full particular KEE.Send 12'..U Pottage,Packlac.Cto.:
Aug. We mean what we.sy. NATIONAL SUPPLY CO., B. '
ter down balance terms. AddressC.
easy the steel pen and quill combined. G. G. GREEN, Dear Sir:-Your Ague 1'IeeandSittlkSte. CINCINNATI OHIO.
B. SMITH 12 West street. .
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Conqueror knocks the Chills and Dumb'
Jacksonville For !Sale. time. I warrant bot-
-1--4- Ague every every
A Western warranted to four
Williams, Clark & Co's High Grade cow give tle and it never fails. I have cured cases 379YIRIETIES{FRUITTREES
gallons of milk, with a young calf. Sheis I .=
Bone Fertilizer is considered the best where quinine had no effect whatever.
dry and supposed to be with calf.
now Vines Plants
now in the market. Office 6 West Yours, truly, W. H. SHAW & CO.Wanted p
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She is nine years old and has been in MApple,Pear,PeachCherry,Plum
street Jacksonville. 4 Quince Strawberry,
Florida four lUuipberry, t
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Charles Francis,Jr., one of the largest Jacksonville, Fla. Copies of the DISPATCH-issues of Octo- 8. COLLINS, Hoorestown 3.J.
users of fertilizers in the vicinity of Interlachen .-o-4 ber 11th and 18th. Address

Fla..says,September 27, 1886: For Sale Cheap. CIIAS. W. DACOSTA,
"I want nothing better thnnMapes'as 2 Stump Pullers. 4ti Publisher. FRUIT-GROWERS,

it makes a healthy, vigorous wood 2 Sets Well-Boring Tools. -- If you want Kel ey Japan Plum, EurekaPeen.To

growth throughout the growing season, 1 Wind'Mill. Cuttings of three varieties of the Fig ,Pine-Apple Peach. Honey Orange Peach,one,hundred Japan Persimmon thous--

producing a solid, well-maturea wood. 1 Platform Scale. furnished to order at $2 per hundred. and Sweet Seedlings and Florida ra'sed

I can recommend it to any one,'in need oi 40-St.. Gas Machine. Small cuttings of six inches sent by mail, Nursery' stock In general, send for price list,

a first-class article in the line oi fertilitor i i. J. CRAWSHAW, JR., post paid. H. REED, etc.. to A. CALLAHAN '

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Direct connection at Fernandina with F.It. & N.R)".
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t This Line offers to the Traveling Public and Shlpners of Vegetables
H 's' and Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to New
rt I The magnificent' Iron Steamships of this Line will sail from j York.49Througb.
-KERNANOINA I FLA.., for NEW YORK, alter arrival of trains Tickets and State-rooms secured in advance at
from: Jacksonville, Cedar Key, Orlando and other points in. all. points in Florid*.
South Florida. ; '* -'1'ralns leave F. R. & N. Co's Main Depot, foot of Hogan

CITY OF SAN ANTONIO .Wednesday, )>e".1 Btreet' at a'm' and J.3U( p m, on sailing days, connecting with

CARONDELET Satunla Dec.4 Steamships at Fernandina.

Rio GRANDE ...... . .... ......... ...Wednesday, l'ec. 8 49 For Tickets and State rooms and further Information,
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO .............. .. .. Saturday, Dec. 11 apply I to

.:' R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Fernandlua, Fla. A. H. CR PEN, Gen'l Traveling Agent. J. M. CUTLER, Pass. Agent, 88 West Bay ';t., Jacksonville, Fla.

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BROWN & EDKNS, Orange Groves. I C<>me to Florida. I A Few Special Ilargainti.

Real Instate IJroJtors. WPhtve Ilargenuluberofthevlest Lange: t thlsrtu-ston Groves!. in the state. wdvi...e me to come to Morlda: ? To answer blocks] irom Public' square f in Ocala.
Good Pine and Hamtuock Lands. I this, li-t us I I-now \ our w* .! h K a- u ell as y' urclrruniHiai'ces. !! porsmutl'Gruves.t' lira, in full bearing.
To :,lmew would na>. \es"; '
Improved unimproved I in I small
large or
Call or write I. to I'th'rs 1 mphatica, I 1\, No. .A lar je number ol very: choice builds g lots
in from *t>
quantities, rouging prices $! to SI,
1'\1)I "'IVP''rmlnld I t t. c'hu"&le. tills' t"thiKHndolht'rnelght: + Orltlgtuwns.
will rail rite
per acre. Ifyo.r oil or U4.! ure
you will ve at uesale en of 'H'I"a" .'I Ih..mcI' 1"110. tthl ) "u"". ClU"i + t 1'!,ur \\ Idlan"lhlilg..tral't cheap.
lui-, t uti'". a I. tl, ifeE'-1 liriidK f lit Florida.
knew "well l }R
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We have beautiful building lois in s vt"lul) 1 pt" | I\1\:t ait HM) y- I..ml.u'. c.1 uilhntr lu .t-liow IIKOWN & PDKN.S' :\ ,

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1n' II t.I.+ .. .., I' '.f .I.d it. 1 ,,,1:1' 'to. r;"" ,lead .iiinl luiHfd, .'0 tainintr2Vior !;
go" "' **'.'!v' ie. '',) '.'. .. I h. .ipn' plum.'t' n I'. '.rage irte, .*> veain old, ,siiu. led
< Lot on Church stree ;25x1.50+) teet. ,, .. ; tracot's hlue echt-rri K, 1liies gnu'" uloigsidf the T.,O..*. tt H.quar-
Very cheap.............................._...... 31,300. ', '. '-r"> <, ;; \' varieties mango sand oth ter !'mile from depot i ; house of 5
p > r.. .211..Lo'on.ChurChMlrpe'.5-x.IO.ff'et..n.P; ertrult-alfrulhi'h'I.C\'e"orthIM room* tl? a"1; price-- ..... 3 000
132. Lot pn Pine street, 27J 4x 2U feet. 3\I. :-ewhll.. e. oL..roHnipr1ce". ; "".:.*..tl,6X. ) ) tract i 10; first <' asn h-immook nd IS' If''OO'C'I':1: Ith..I..I. ,
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Office of 3 rooms, price. . LV x) '" ;' runt he I lk* for one mile, i-room for ffl,2itoUI'
f. of" .tit'.v per acre. Don't buy
418. Half In'eresfln' } lot 51xlV!) fe-t, two 1 I' '<.,J 4 wM'lo ,o'i .\Iltln: s't".J.I'., .$Y':.,ojl 1.... 11 l .. II ", "it"-,1- .1.. ....1JI' i neertMiit"'''t j l lll angiouui
8t',res, and restaur-m, I r? ,,,K S ll* : "'' .' ., ;. 't' V 'fi.t'. .4'" '. an n.y .v. mlle>* Irom 9T. I.0'Hcre-'vr Lake Je<'n-up, 2 M lIe from
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above th-Ktoie"'., renter) or +w-) Jwr' 'r'I..rr''... \... 'fP... .'. '10 *ri .**,'. I I'll/* .......*.......*.............. 12'100) Geneva, pine atid hammock; $$...5 Ito $-I
month; pr Ct........... ...........-.. ..'..... ;. I.I i ( per acre.
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tit 4 1 acres choice hammock land 2 miles
I17.-I...t2' .x11". fe .ion C hnr II "'Kir..., li. 1.0. o 'ti mi fiiu.% :X' ee ...1 \ f111 o ontli Mt1.: L'tketriM from tenetIor$2persc'e.<-heapal .
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store below>> ,. office iooinb. v.-. h..l1.i <' .,' II H i ,'>-, \\'. I. >i V.I l-.' .1p. '1' 'Mill' Orla du 2 IIlck.I"'). trees 2 to I feet In Ul-,meter cab-
Now renting and pad uhc ua U- II.* l hu 'n'. -..> I' r.t 1'i'j.i j. ic: 'oM'1(' ..1 :U. < (.. ; H..r"uc1 +urveylarti paltnott and na n..la tree
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comely price........ .......................... I,..", ... I' I'" 3_ lit + "M, It* in hu t I I..nil I numeroiiM.N are
un 'In- r"I't'r y: ell a-la t'-.1 l .o
118. Lot on Plnestrfet.,'l'l J x'iiifeet; more :.!ti" "ornerloi oti t inch ..triM, '!:.H4", v. Ke'ai l.e..-.zgoiMlh.rnand: <>TE.-We h ve some very <
20x31 feet, 1 rooain above; price_...... .' 6-5. from :S. f. del' ot. .I.iouoNearly r 'UlJ''t .rl i bl house of f U( r om ;; "'.')$() th" .'()',tn 11f'M of Volu ia, H' PVH rdtIlea ado,
\ an l'r,' Itf la .d; loi Oil.'.. ,- flit O-: will s-ll a--rf, 19. Tot and store, adjoining H'Kt v ft- ; 't )Hli I .0( acre b..a. rtn; g over 16,011ver( act e. \\'pal...> bave large t,.actnof well
tlonai Wan, rented lr 7i per I It'< '$ ".:Meniout'1. .. r'l"* IIhu'PClt. Th s i pen! r chill aj- bIter than t'mbe'e1' lands!) *.ulka nl Hernnndo conn-
H. tn'nth; prier ... ......... ,'1. to, ; *'i a!'ru : ..._.. ...... ....... fl ', r. ', iu h.nds.i ti 's upward ol .0.0X() acres.

; e have I1ptHrrtnu. on. Million i.oll..'i.- "''+e'Ii'' : .'1'IIitCi'Iru: : --jty II tllftJ.{,. *> u II l c'relit1: : 1 ,Ut m..l1 ny I Intormallon concerning; it. Write for particulars.

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:: i: ?:::We have tn our hands some of the handsomest! and bent '*ay ing: Orange (Groves'In the Htate. Beautiful Lake Fronts'"with'Orange broves'and residences,onldak&Harr'ls I ( ncT Griffin.

r'Many of tbA groves, we offer for bale are now paying Te... to Fifteen per cent, on amount asked for i hem. We will .take pleasure in giving ant information In'r.egard.to rope 1.y'and this

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Only Line Furnishing

*' Southern and Nashville and St.Louis Railroads at Chattanooga and the Louisville -..
1st., TWO FAST FREIGHT Schedules each day,connecting with both the Cincinnati Chattanooga ,
and Nashville Railroad at Montgomery. .
2nd. We notify the consignees when jour Oranges pass Atlanta, Chattanooga and Montgomery, thus letting them know when to expect the shipment,and giving
4 them the necessary! notice so that they can use every precaution to protect your interests.3rd. .
We have a lull line of Ventilated and Refrigerator Cars, which will be furnished upon application.

,I' 4th. We Have the Shortest Line to the West, and make the Quickest Time.
'r' 5th.. Letters aail: qU hloDi pro nptly an. 1 caearfully answered, and upon application stencils and rates to any point will be furnished.r .

See that your ship rents! 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,

t" G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A., JOSM.. BROWN, G. F. A.,
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: The PARKER I leads them all in hard hitting qualities. At the Second: Annual Tournament -
: I of the Chamberl'Un Cartridge Company held at Cleveland,Ohio,Sept. 14. 186. out ol'
'.lghty. ", ven entrees from representative shots representing t fourteen !Mates the PARKER;
Gun won first and third money of the tlrt" class oHIO scores, winning SHOO out of the $I' IIU
pn.se ottered, adding another victory to 188- which was the Second International Clay PU-
Tournament for the Championship of the World, held at New Orleans, La., February
llth to 16th PARKFR BROS., Makers,Meriden,Conn.
For reference RM to merits address the Editor of thin p-tper.
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Loans negotiated on First Mortgage Real Estate Bonds.J. .


Ocala, Fla.


The Largest and Most Complete Estab- Farmers' Wagons and Carts.

I I r lishment South. -

If you want a first-class Wagon or Can
Cheap for Cash,call on
F tiT i at } r II. D. ZAIIJTI,

c Jacksonville,Fla.
t L Office, H. Berlack's Store,East Bay Street.

Do"not leave Florida without visiting this charming town, founded by Northern people Farm Wagons from....".........$35.00 to moo
two year ago.on .ue 1<'. K.&N. It. B,. ten mile+south of Ocala.. tl f'' 1 Carts and Drays from.........".$25.00 to$28.00

BEAUTIFUL Scenery, Residences, Orange Groves High, Rolling Pine Lands and Ham- \
mock woods, exceptionally fertile. = I,
GOOD SocietySchool: and Church privileges, R. R. faciltles, stores, hotels, bakery, -
water fresh vegetables, etc. f fauu ALBERT FRIES,
NO, Fogs, standing water,or decaying vegetation. No hogs running in the streets. ST. NICHOLAS, FLA.,
No Insect pests andno, more malaria than in an average :N. E. town. I
For full particulars,circulars,etc., address _"_, = AGENT FOR
REV. H. WOODWARD, Sec., --'=-- = GEO. BAKER'S
Bellevl' w, Marion Co., lI'la.
I Forchenpratosof fare to Bellevlpw from Jacksonville,call on C. L. .blnson Pres. ML. ROTTED BONE MANURE
,., & I..Co.,\% West Bay Street; Residence 84 West Adams Street,Jacksonville, Fla. Geo. S. Hacker & Son

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MANUFACTURER OF Price S25' per ton,free on board In Jacksonville
; Samples of 16 different grades of Fertilzer.
;, ,THE BEST HEALTH RESORT DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDING put up by Mr. Baker,can be seen at the Gei-
man Drug Store, 19 E.Bay St.Jacksonville.
Send 2-cent stamp for cal alogue.riussey's .
.' Is on the Line of the Florida Southern. And Building Material.

Unsurpassed by any other section for the production of Fruit and Vegetables. If you are New Steel Coulter
: Office and Warerooms, King,op. Cannon St., HarrowrTE.
coming to Florida, whatever may be your means or condition,you will most assuredly be ...T..h are pxtt ---- Ala iole maker of Un. tj'l
pleased with this Centre of the Lake Region. 'Charleston, S. C. .fIft.mp.r.d.w.t. Steel"liard Metal"flow
Mwy..e.rp..q lis"" Centennial Hone Hoe,"e.
S. L. REED, .dorabl.a.deb..p ,T. B HUSSEYN.
Pittman, Fla. I Berwick. 'M t.m.r..or .
$100 A WEEK.
Well Curbing and Chimney Flues I Ladles or gentlemen desiring pleasant prof :
jh I !table employment write at once. We want
Cheaper and Better than Brick. I you to handl an article of domestic use that I .
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recommends itself to I for flln
I every one at Mebt. ,, ,;;_ 'trated Catalogue and pricct,free
g FOUNDATIONBLOCKSOrnamental i STAPLE AS FI.OUU. Sells like hotcakes! I
; ; I Profits 300 per cent. Families wishing, to. -

l, Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required. I I'practlceeconomy benefit write for particulars.should for Used their every own !,A BIG OFFER' To Introduce them

... Address day the year round in every household. 1,000 Se1f.Operating will' Mat
FLORIDA STONE AND-PIPE COMPANY, ; I.Agents I'rice' within receive reach, of all.. Circulars free. I >..iWAT,1. you want one send us Washing your name:
Omce 62J West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. I Domestic Hnf Sample Co..Free. Address P. O. and express office at once. T1u N&.:
j? Marion Ohio.
TIONAL Co.,Z Dey St.,N.Y. .


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g. .claim to be able to offer special inducements in each of the following Departments ... .' "


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I .d.! n high grade Boasted" Coffees, I offer Chase & Sanbom's goods-too well known to need comment. All the cheaper grades at manufacturers' prices, freight added. ,Special attention
If given to selection of Teas, packed in 5 and 10 Ih. Caddies from :2U to 7 r pound. I carry the finest IIpe in the Statr. J. E. JUiriih'; Co.,of Philadelphia, manufacture my Spices. and. .
t they. are. 'bold" at *'uctory" .,, Price' Absolutely. pure goods are ground our Spice Mills and "Dals( Engine." *


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This Department Is t'oQlp1ete-not only staple and standard goodf-but the very finest California goods of all kinds. I keep everything that Is put up in a can; the variety .
IH wonderful, as this Is an age noted for canned goods. Large consignments are made to me, with Instructions to sell at factory prices, with freights. I am in a position to sell as low as
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Great care is exercised here.: I have one of the largest refrigerators In Florida for storing these goods. By purchasing in large quantities! August, September and October, I can sol
at New York 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.

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.. Potatoes, Onions) ,mid Apples, in large quantities. I don't aim selling: cheaper than all others, but do try to sell superior! floods", ; till, therefore, are guaranteed.
I don't handle cabbages as a


The sui>erlor exc8lleii33 of tin celebrate 1 Suow Drop" p iteut! Flour need no .-oinirunt; It 'Is used nil through the Sfite, and recognized as the Klnsc' amou-, Fine {4'lounI handle I
cheaper grades at low r price*. Grits aid meal are sold at a.. margin of o- per cent. net. Sugars and meats are bandied on a margin that would send onu "over the Hills to the poorhouse. ,"
if alone a living was dependent upon them.


of everything In the Grocery line ta camel by me. I Ion? for the day to coma when I will have money enough to carry a stock large enough, constantly on hand, to supply all the demands -
,Instantaneously, that are ma le upon m3 oy the Trails.: throahiut the St-ate. The time will come soon, I trust, and then I promise to the Trade a service MO satisfactory In
't'ev cry respect that it will not ba necessary. to go beyond Jacksonville. Respectfully, .

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Hernando County Lands. Hardware, Stoves and rrin."nr Tone, Touch, 'Workmanship, and Durability.


Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, Nos. 204 and 206 West Baltimore Street,Baltimore.

I will Bell for one-fourth cash a beautiful Oil and Varnishes Pumps No., 112 Fifth Avenue, New York.
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tract of Eighty acres sloping! pine land near

Oriole. In Hernando County for SI.fKII.( No Lead and Iron Pipes, Siignr c Full by mail free.to- all who are interested.
waste on the tract. No more beautiful loca rartlCUl&N *! h dealers

Orang-tion for' Grove.Adjoining a magnificent. Winter Home and Mills, Leather :and The )lcInl1cn"on"11 Hire Fence Co.

RiibbtT BIt a d 15C and 180 W.Lke St., CHICAGO, ILL.

the town site of Oriole and about ---.
tw s hundred yards f'om the railroad and Mill Supplies. ORGA1IS.Richest .

postoffic, I offer IO.u'rpl4ofhmd, all h'gh and Honors at all Great WorM Exhibitions: fat 6 PIECES SILVERWARE 6S5SKall
dry, for II IO)). tillable fr aylng cut In rlneten yean ICO .tll .. t22 to 190:). For Cash. EasJ wk will take Agrmtj or krlu. make aln. Adder
town lots. of every description. taymenia.or Rented. Catalogue 66 pp..4to,free. "OHTIIKOUD tilL'Ell i'LL'rA'.lO.,)OI" r..rd40 ."..-

For sale or rent In Oriole-a two-stnry, four- PIANOS.The .
room, painted house, n -xt to the chief Ktnr A "NEW DEAL" LONG !LOANS.To .
and postofflw, bunt this year 'Hole h'I' Improved Method of Stringing introduced and taod at long aa intrreit I* kept a p.
perfected by MABOX & HAMLIH. la conceded by cora
Pel'l'Onallle'urlty only forInterest.Send
school,chnrch. bS\kery.reMtaurant. .,rMtn4lcp.? petent ji'dzes to constitute a radical adrance in Pianoforte 6 cents tor particular, r.nap bras,
railroad accommodations two stores Raw- construction. rw. Name this paper. T.S. Oardr.er,
mill .nd other attractive feature*" for a permanent Do not require one-qnarter u much tuning u Places Manager Palace Building.Cincinnati 0.
h'.ra hout. t.wol11Y five house Deere & Company Generally. Descriptive Catalogue by mall .
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built therein past twn 'e.trM.: Will sel! for

JIIX, orient for$75 per annum. I Ht JK.. ar..t _*:
MOLINE ILLINOIS. GAHDS.a 1 sill Luluu> i.i oiU i: fc.It'. I-.. .
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The Oriole Florida Improvement Company S .n.iH Nant: X*:. i
S .1..1 4..y 1'rfz1. .. _
lave Just hull, for sale nr n-mM twc/-.stor 4Tre cntSt.EoztcII. U9Waba: .Ave., < par,or jrann. nil foH i.'II" .o, j \-i, l11zzu'!,, ,- i'! !! ,
house In the town of r'ote' ) flve room Two Horses can do the work of Three.A 43 E. Hth BU(Union&,!.).5.Y. !*'wv ". ;.'..'I"*. Cor "

double piazza; front sinil" plazra rear, hn'l .. .
above and below. Will sell for 8 w. or rei I,1 t -- -- --' -

for 812)) per annum. Hp.endtdlocNtlo./. PIAHOS&ORGAHSMBM The Best in Wor.d.
( all makes direct to c isto-
men from beadqoartet, at
THE COST OF PLOWING. wholesale prices. All goods
guaranteed. No money asked
Tum.d with I"'", power till Instruments are received
24 inches h heretoforre required for 16 i Inc h as and fully tested. Write tu
before purchasing. An 'n" lltment of 2
{ Sumter County Lands. save TOO from 850.OO to 8100.00. Adds WEEKLY

JESSE FRENCH, Nashville Tenn. Published every week, Published First of evh
,itributinQ Dcp't for the South. IB paged, fresh, original month 36 pages and corer,
ana spicy at only at only
Eighty acres of high And dry pine land, -- -- MISCELLANEOiS.T $I..io PEK YEAK. $1.00 PEU YE All.

within 4 mile-of Rushnell and "ftotheiln' .. Sample copies, 4 eta Sample copies, 6 cts.
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tance from Dragein and Pemherton funo- HING CHUNG C. \VA11D, 113 Adams Street, Chicago,111MONTTTLY
Inns on P. R. R. K. Good orange and l farmIng ..
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land. '1'rlceSl I p"r acre.
In the! town of Webster, on F. Q. R. R. I "d6'1 !! ALL KINDS OF
offer for sale 2 acres. rio..e by station: 17 or- iI"'Ii" '
ante tr ell Just coining imo bearing, : house r ; Handkerchiefs and Curiosities.Call AND 1I0RTU'ULTURIST.
24x2 5 ffe*. one and A half stori high' ; beau o ijf ::. ,. For the Flower Garden. Greenhouse, Fr"tt
tlful pIal e. Price H500. .tail. and see &OJ". and Vegetable Garden, yew aud Rar Piau'"

s No. 22 Laura Street, near Hay, and Flowers, Fore try Botany hints jt)r
Lot of one acre Webster ion vanl- froi. The greatest plow) !improvement) of the times, Jacksonville, Fla. month and season for arnat.-urs.tlortstF: ,fruit

station: house, 15x21 I leT, two stories; a bargain growers, etc. r est a rite exirlenceti editor -
$250. Front the fetation.Rmnll THE "NEW DEAL" WHEELED oi 27 YE'ars.lend:: 'for a sample watt H
cents in stamps sei-d f< r book list circular.
free Subscription, $!. 0 per year. I I'I"Y I' fur
store hone In Webster 1 vine room .
; WALKING PLOWS JVBHBHiM BMMi MV iHiiMBaBnm nBMMVM nMB a year. Your Postmaster or Subscription
AhOVtt'orupr lots; r'Jbtat' Ktat'on.' Will sell In order to Introduce and adrertl 01 \ agent will supply It; address th.. publish.

or rent. SIXGLIS AX) JtOUJtLE FURROW. goods I in all parts of the country T ONCE tare : t'HAS. H. MHOT.t .
almost", 84! Chestnut rt.. Phlla.

THE "NEW DEAL" Is in draft and .- ._ .. .. .
lighter more GIVING AWAYthe -- --- ---- --
easily )luimtle.l l than a hand plow, and cuts a
more uniform furrow. following Valuable Collection of fJpaul JOYCE & HUNT
fnl Useful Amusing; and Mipcellnneoi.
: Marion Lands. THE "NEW DEAL" i- draft In ,
County lighter lighter Things. We will send the Entire Collertio'
weight find lighter in peas than a Bulky plow, post-paid, for only 18o. Whltaker Street, avannah, Ga.tDKAI.EK8
and will do all its work.
fall to be than IN
You cannot mor "atbflpc
Flue Farm and Orangro <';ro-e. THE "NEW DEAL" Gang cuts 24 Inches with the 6 Beautiful Engravings\ : The Morning EW HOME[ and other Machines, attachments .

draft of a 16 inch hand plow-a saving: of 50 percent of Life. A Garland of Flowets The First Love. and parts"tor all machines, Ne"
In labor. Does all the work of a four. letter. Tit" Faggot Gatherer Indian Summe' dies etc. Also I Pianos Organs and Vap'-r
The best farm for the! In Varlo
mOTley horse with less horse and little Coo toves, JUM the thing for summer U8('.
riding gang one and The Waning Y =ar. fO) Portraits of Famous
county; 7 uill-s Nom C Ic ala 't.h" county *"-Ht ; Send for catalogue.1W1LAEU.
inure than half the COHL Men, 26 Portraits of Famous and Peai
,4 mlle from Bellevlew and I IJ4 milemm .
Sant-ig, KM 11 rood stations on li.e F. R. tV N. .THE "NEW DEAL": Plows arc ALT STEEL, tlfu' Women,20 Selections Autozraph A' ----- ----- '-- ----

thin now be had a. least 85K, ( under Its, \alUIt :-, insuring greatest: eircngth with lightest weight. bums, 41 Fancy Work Designs In Embroidery .
Is high rich hammo.k: H acres in cnltlv Thin Is untried and and Crochet, herlln. Net and Lace Work Cross !
no rickety experiment,
etc. 100 Sones all the favo ;::
Stitch Popular
tlon,ai' acr's In timber. Two houH, a Irg/ these claims ore not m-ide recklessly to attract at- : y
end small one. Near aMp,In2' of pu .* watr. ttution. Thin pynten is the outgrowth of careful lies:: 300 Puzzles Ch -'adpK, Rebusef. Fnlgma .. ; ,' 1
Over .IH( orange treu, 40 be>* 'ng. Thf aces l observation and experiment reaching over a periodof Riddles etc.; 100 Valuable MonyMaklng :':t. $ tIIIl!! '.1", ""1,111"11I.:, "" MksrI
unable tooc' It. U Felling It and crets. some of which have old; for 55 each: f
owner, rupy yearn, with a rational view of the requirements
guaranteeing 20< bushels of <>,"rn p.r acre unfertilized of the times. rpusing r Parlor '-'am 's: R't Tricks In Magi" Uana's 11 bite Meullie Ear Marking Label, stamped
; also' the succeKslul growi e of and Leeen.'eraaln! ; 58 Chemical and other Eipprlment to order with name, or name and address and num.
They are superior to any plows ever offered, : :33 Popular Recitations, the Larguage bers.
every kind ofvegetabl and irult to be raised It id reliable, cheap and convenient. Sells at
In the o'ange belt, and a rive, if w.-ll farmed, I I And the most economical plows ever placed in the of Flowers the GoHen Wheel F'ortun-- sight and gives perfect 8..tf factlon. Illustrated
market. Send for circular.
or SIper/ : annn'" on its pr dnrlng tprm olpnrcha Teller. a Dictionary of Dreams a Guide t lrice-LiiJt and sample free. AgenU wanted.C. .
**-I years' lin e. Price ${, (0<',on four Flirtation, the Magic Age Tablet, the Lover =' II. JANI'Vest Lebanon, N. JL
for the above Plow.ALSO .
Male Agent Telegraph the Magic Square the Morse Tel
pay nu ntH, or J,000) cash.\ .
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grnph Alphabet., the Peat and) Dumb Alphabet
the Seven Wonders of the World and W B'-ok of Fancy Works wltb
:Map of the United States. FRHH--N, Illustrations. l-'xl Sew Stitches,
Deere & Co's Steel Pony 1, 2 and Remember-weu'illie'"you K V ER YTJIIY. ; Special Otf n4. 'ixi Picture Bnllefln .
named above for only 18 rl*. i>> plA/II"e 3/"mI' I 18 col story paper all 4c.
IN FLORIDAOriole 3-Horse Steel Plows, Riding, Address, UNION SUPPLY AGENCY po tage. NATIONAL 1L\ZAK,

HOLIES Walking and Plain Culti- Hox 322, Phll.itlelphla; Pa. 7V.. Brradway, N. Y.

vators. Type for Sale.
ALSO AOKMS KOK 80" pounds T ong Primer the tvp'" the Dispatch Y
r IH printing from, is otlered for sa*

Hernando Con nty. cheap. Address W 'J
Planet Jr. Cultivator and Garden Tools, u. w. DACOSTA.

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Send stomp for colored Map of Oriole and SAMPLESloo"orlJ Veel... Th 111L; .
information how to get a home in Florida, BAKICRU WIRE FENCING.We 1ZETTi roll '
close by Railroad in active op ratlc'u. Splendid be mailed,securely wrapped to any address<< In thf: Ft r
orange lanus. Large number of new United States /riCJir7Cl: forThrco Month 1FBU1iff] i11i
the stock otA
keep largest
grove already begun. Purchasers rapidly on receipt of V V /r-I L.O One Dollar. Literal
Attractive discount allowed to Postmasters,Agents am I
coming in from all over the Union.
( nICUI..TUnA 1. 1111 PLIt1ENTMIn : c rn 'J,1I'J'II_ tMARIONC
plan of purchase; but little cash required. MAILED .
Bargains oflered. thehtat-. of New York Is the O.VLT lepltlmate !
Illustrated Sponlrr tr and Sensation
Journal pablisbcd on the Ancr:ca i ET D r* The very best and cheapest Fence made.
Catalogues and Prices pent free. Correspondence continent. Apply for terms toRlah'rd i\C E.J Straight galvanized t lf graph wire to which
W. B. solicited. each picket IH firmly riveted. Tan be put up
K. Fcx Franklin Sauarc. New York
very rapidlY and so as not to saa verv dura.
AddressS. ble. The only fence used by the Boton and
;. Office: -72J! W. Bay St., up stairs, FOK ALL 83O a week Albany. R. 1'0. Do not confound it with

:' B., HUBBARD & CO W0 R K and expenses paid. Valuable an Inferiorartlcle. '"
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Fla. Jacksoavllle, Ha. free. P..O. VICKERY, Augusta, Maine. above..-..

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Augusta, Ga.._..._ '40 $70 00 Cedar Rapids Ia..W. 133 200 00 Fort Scott Kan......_.... 132 200 00 Logan sport, Ind......._.. 85' '1-1000 Portsmouth, Ohio........ 80 130 00
Atlanta, Ga.____ 40 7000 Champaign, i'i.......__ 114 160 00 Galllon OiIo..N.....__. 85 14000 Lincoln, Neb.. ............ 156 22500 Peoria Ill-........._._.... R5 UO 00
Atchison, .W_._ 1 16 17500 Dalton, Ga....._..... ...... ro 87 50 Gallipolis, Ohio........... 90 150 00 Macon, Ga.................... 3.5 : 6125 Pittsburg Pa............ ... 1 09 itS 00
Adraln, Mlch....._......... 00 150 00 Dayton, 0...................... 80 130 00 Grand Rapids, Mich.... 00 l50 001 Mobile, Ala.. ............... bO I 87 50 Quincy l11....................\ 1 26 I5 00
Mn Harbor, bI1ch,...... 00 150 00 Delaware, Ohio............ 80 laO 00 Hendersont-Ky.........._. 70 115 00 Montgomery, Ala...... 40 : 70 OJ Rome, ua.J. .....................' 5\1\ 8750
Alton, 111...?_...?....._. 85 14000 Defiance Ohio............. 85' 14000 Hickman, Ky........?.... 70 ,,11500 Mansfield, Ohio........... 90 -150 00 Rock Island Ill........._. 1 H 175 ()JAnnlston
,Ala.._____ 40 7000 Detroit Mich.........:..... 90 150 00 Indianapolis...._.. 94 14250 Masslllon, Ohio............ 106 1 i47 50 Rochester, N. Y._........ 1 21 17'250
.rmlngham.Ala-...... 40 7000 Danville, Ill.................. 85 14000 Jeffersonville, 1d. 70 125 00 Mt. Vernon. Ohlo_....... SO( l.. A Ot) : landasky Ohio............ ) 15' 00
n oomlngton, Ill _....._ 00 150 00 Davenport Ia..N...... 126 17500 Jacksonville, 111......_.. 110 152 50 Memphis :.A.enD......... 'Iii) 15 w Sioux City, Iowa.......... 15: 2'i' 00
Burlington Ia- ... .. 1 26 175 00 MoiuenesIowa............ 1 17 11+2 50 ............. 8HO 00 Milwaukee,WiL. 1 18 '165 111......._...! 1 10 152 50
Hellev l!, 1I1....._._...... 1 (J1 162 ro Des ......... 1 45 217 50 JeffersonJolietsonIll. City Mo..w....... 1 21 192 50 Madison hid ...... 801\ (SSprinJobephfield,Mo.........._._ 1 ld 175 00Uuffalo
:.Y....__._... 109 165 00)() Denver, 001......_......_. 2 H4 S60 00 Knoxville Tenn......... 00 ::105 00 Mlnneapol1s 1 17 ,,175 04)()() St. Louis, Mo.. ....._..... M'J I.IU tlV
Day City.z Mlch._...._. 100 170 00 Dixon, Ill..................... 90 150 00 Kenton, Ohio............_.. 80 11-10: 00 Madison Wls...... ......... 1 tti 195 00 Saginaw MIch.......... ..! 9E 160 00
MIIsto, ,l.enn._.._......w 78 150( 00 Elyria, Ohio..._...........N 85 140 00 Kalamazoo, Mlch.90 150 00 Montreal,, Canada........ 130'250' () 00 SprlngtieldOhlo........' toIO 1:0: 00Cleveland
0......... ._W 90 150 00 Evansville Ind_......... 75 125 00 Kansas City, Mo ..._...... 116, lr500 Nashville,Tenn.....?..... 60 115 (00) tJt.: i'aulM1un............... 1 177;) 00
Cincinnati, Ohio.......... 70 11500 East Saginaw, Mlch.... 95 160 00 LansingMieh.............. 100 170 00 New Orlean8.-............. 60 10.' 00! Toledo, 0...................... 9' 150 00
'airo' I11. 15 125 00 East st.Louis, Ill...... 85 14000 LaCrosse, WIs............... 117 17500 Newark, Ohio.............. 00 1.1000 Terre Haute, hid ......_ 8U 130 Wllolumbus
Ky........_ 70 11500 Emporia, Kan............. 156 232 ro Lima, Ohio........... ...... 80 130 00 'Omaha, Neb......?.......... 116 n500 Toronto, Can................ 11:1: 15' (MIOolnmbus
Ohio...._... 80 13000 Erie, Pa................_...... 1 09 165 00 Lafayette, Ind....._...... 85 14000 Ottawa, Can..... ............ 134) 250 00 Topeka, Kan......_....... 1..40 207 50
UOlumbusJ Ga......._...?. 40 70 00 Fort Wayne 85 14000 Lancaster, Ohio............ 85 140 00 Oil City, Pa....._........... 109 16.5 'no Urbana, Ohio............... b0 131) 00UCuncll
BlUtrI, la...._... 141 210 00 Findlay Ohio..........._.. 85 140 00 Leavenworto, Kan..... 1 16 175 00 Pekln, Ill...................... 90 lro 0 I; Wheeling, W.Va..?....... 1 04 Ins 00
Chicago, I11-.:...._.? 110 152 ro Fremont, Ohio............. 85 140 00 Louisville, Ky_.........w. 70 115.00 Panas Ill....................... 1f) 152 501 Winnipeg, Man........... 2 24 3)5' 00
Ol1attanooga) Tenn..... ro 87 ro Fort Dodge, Iowa......... 149 225 00 j Little Rock, Ark.......... 1 (UO; 165 00 Plqua, Ohio.................. 80 130 00,



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Utlnesvllle.! ..... ...._......................................._......................... _...-.............................._.............. 25 50 3U 60' 45 90: 45 90 45 90 45 90( 45 1 90,I 4.; 1/0j/ : WOOl 00
Landings on St. Johns river............................................................................ ........................... 30 60 35/ 70, 50100 60 1 00 60 1 00 5//), 100 W 1 OO: 50 100.. 50100 51 10
Stations on F. R. & N. Co. north of and Including Ocala ............................................................... 45 90 50,11 tJO 65= IbO 65I| 30 65 1 303! 1 r0I;; i ?> 1 30 (513O 6i 130 ;0140
Stations on F. B. & N. Co. south of Ocala-...................................._.._..... .....-....................... 601' 00 651: 10;,, 70'140' 70,1 40 70 1 40 70i, 1 40 ; 70 I 1 401 i 10140 10 140 75150
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic K. R. ..... ...........-........................ ......... i i.N. i I I, : I
Anopka, Weklva, Orlando....................................................................?................W..W.... ..... 40 80 45 C 90 601 20 bOil' 1205 60 120 GO! I 120, bO 120 I 60120 60120, 8.130
Kllsworth, Zellwood, Victoria, Lakeville, McDonald...................................._. ...................N...... 60 1 00 501),11tJ, 701 40 70'' 140' 70 1 40 70 I I 40 i ;O1 i .JO,!, 70 1 40( 70 l.jO 70 150
landings on Lake Santa Fe .....M..............................._......._......._........................._......... 45, 90 60'1 UU G>!1 3U 65 1 30 65 1 30 ft>! 1 :oO 6>: 1 30, 0130 6 1 301' 70 1 40
UnIt points north Tampa.............................................................................................................. 651 10 60 1 20 75)160) 75 60! 75 1 00 7511 f 0 50; 7,51 50 75 1 80' 1 60
Unlf points south Tampa................?................._.............._............. ............ ...........?.............. 75160 60 1 60 151* 90 96 I 190' 95 1 90.. 1 00)1)) 1 I 1:151: {9,1 00 1 00 2 00
' !Stations on Fla. So. Ry. ......................................-........................................._..............:............... ( bOI i WI I
Stations on Fla. So. Ry north of and Including Ocala................._.................. .............._........... 45! 90 60 1 00 65 1 ::10 6511 30 65 1 30 C-5, 130 63 130;, 61 : OS,1, 30 70140
Stations on Fla. 80. Ry. south of Ocala. ........... ...............?........._............................_......_......._.. 601 00 651 10' 70 140 70 1 40 70 1 40 70 1 <0 i0 140 7p 14'1'I ,0,1 40 ;5150
Homeland, Ft. Meade, C. H. Div.......N......................................._....................... 621 (04 57.114, 72,1, 41 72 141 72 144 a 144\I 72 1 44' 7:1 J4 72'141: 77151
fowling Green .........................._....... ............................. ...... 651 10 bOHO, 7511.0, 75 150 7o 1 50 75 150 I 75 150'' 751 bO 751505; M> 160
Wauchula. Zolro Springs, Charlie Apopka, ....................................................................... 601' 20 651 30 80'1 60 K) 1 bO 60 1 w 80 1 tO bO 1 tiO 801 t.0, 8.) 170
.Arcadia? Ogden} Nocatee) ...................-.......................................... I I 160/ : J
Cleveland, Punta Gorda.Btailons ....../ *. ..N............................_.. i...................;._......._.. 65130 70 1 40 83 70 b151 70 85 170 t5 1 70 851 1 70 a5170 8; 110'; 90 180
on South Florida Railroad I : 11 r-I i I I IN'romBelairtoBeletainclusive..N..N.N
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From Longwood to Troy, inclusive. ........................_.............................;..............._ N....... 40, 80 45 9u; : 20 bO Oi CO) 120 60'i' 1 (:Q 1 :'U 60'1 i'o f t!) 1 20.: 6,51130
From Davenport to Lakeland, inclusive.............................._............_........_..................... 45'' 90 60 1 0011! b&130 6511301, 6-5 1 30IflOj''I I ( )' 1 Ojl( s., 130)! fit, ::o1, .; 1 ; 74)140
From Plant City to Kathleen, inclusive......................................._.............. .............................. 50 100 50'> 1 701 iO : :Y 1 ;oil; 70, 1 301 7U, 140 701;: 401; 70.140, 751, 50
Tampa and Landings on Manatee River...............................?....._............................................_.. 651 10 bO 1 ..O'I! 751 tOt I 51l oc: 75 75 1 tO 70 150 73, 75 150 W1' GO
, Stations on Sanford & Indian River R. R........._..........._. ...-.................... .............................. t i II, I Ol' ,! i 60120,
Ft. Reid, Onora, Silver Lake, Rutledge, Lords......................_.... ........................_..............._.. 35 70 40 SO' 65 1 !1M0'' 55)1 I 10 tiCO' I 10 r>5! 1 10 fj 1 10' 551 10., 51 }05, ;
Ovidwj ...._._........_........._.............................. ..................................:............_........._........... ...... 40 80 45 90, 60 1 20 CO 20)! t ( 1 r'0'I; 60.' 1 20 bO l.() 60.1'I. ) 60120 6,) 130
Landings on Lakes Eu t1l1.! Harris and Griffln......................._..............._.?...._........................ 65 1 10 60120 75150 7511/ ,' 150'I 75 15U 150 7;'> 1 : 60 ,
t t5latlon8 on J.,T. it K. W. y...... ....?..?.................N W................?.......n...._...NL.b.N..N.................. I 5011 c5 I ',I 75,1, I 51)1;I 75150 BOtl
Lt.AngnatlneD1visionN.W..... ......._...................................._.........................-......-....-............ 33 CObO 38 70 53 10tIK 63 100 : )iI 1 ( : 100' GH 00 : 541 10
All stations between Jacksonville and Sanford_......._................................_................................ 80 35 70 50 ( 501 0015 ;4J, 1 00 ; oOfc5 1 .01 50 1 00, 5)1A) I 50 1 00fj.IJOt.' : .
Indian River Division............_...._........................._................................._...._.._..............._ 45 90 60 1 00 bo'1 SO 6; 1 I 6.i11 ..0' f 130 h6 130 t5,130 I W_ 70140 ,

CONNECTIONS.Double The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess oi charges.
dallyfast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Carload is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 250 Standard Boxes. Excess of Ira&
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior amount will be charged for pro rata a".lnptt Pbipmpnf rnnnt be lo one d Kttn( *tfon Art
and Coast points, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one consignee.
Piovidence.rri Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipment- .
-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean steamship Company, leaving Savannah will be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage bowevti
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless it be from negligence, and that such loss must attach .fcolely to thA
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. company upon whose line such negligence may be located.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good faith to connections at those points will nOl
Bavannah: every be subject to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for insertion in .
Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
falling days of Steamships are subject to change without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
-- No single shipment taken for less than SI to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and halts
ZNFOBMATJ.UN .I "I0n. SHIPPERS.To more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged In addition the single package rates of con
necting lines and cost of transfer.
make through rates from points Ulbutary to the above, add the rates of connecting Stencils shipping receipts and Information furnished on application to any ol the agent.
line to above rales. .. For further Information, if needed,apply to Agents of the lineflor, to .
The dimensions of the Standard Box for, Vegetables ax* 13x12x27 inches and.the,weight, 0D.;'OWENS, WM. P. HABDEE.
t. r Wl'UmaWc1'' at K pound. ?: Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga. Gon'l Freight Agent, Savannah, OiL

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Nos.North Market and Clinton 8ts.t no toll, Jllnss. ,
REFERENCES G. Hiler, auier< Fanned Hall National Ban, boston; Richardson&
Barnard \gents Boston aid SavttnuahS.. S.Co.,Savannah,Oa.; H.C.D'nton,Gainesville,
Fla.: .1. oozier,Ocala, Fla.; A. C.Turner,Clear water Harbor,FJa.' ; A. H.Manville,Jack-
.Bonville FJa. Forwarding & Oommission House.
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WHOLESALE'COMMISSION MERCHANT, Oranges Direct from the Groves for Sale by Single

No.313 North Water Street,Philadelphia. Box or Car-Load.
Specialties: 511U'fliEN* FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Consignments solicited. Returns made on day of sale, except for small shipments.
Refer to H. F. Dutton & Co. Bunkers, URln(> vll1e. Fla.: Mann t Bro., Sumtervllle, Fla.; -tb.er: arc: = c1: tce ..A..1.s0.
J.T. Woflbrd, Fortl\lMfiion. *Ia.' .F.U. Austin,()r; nge City, I"la.; A.C.isteen..Osleen.Fla.;
First National Bank, Camden'.N.J.; W. P. lyde&Co., > hllndelphla; Ocean Steamship Co.,
(Ptr Ala.Office.) Hon. A.Canale,Charleston,S.C.; A. H.Champion, Savannah,Ga. All necessary facilities for handling Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops.
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Packages suitable tor shipping? the above products both made up and in the flat always on
en.rY': :BaY'er (r Sc E3on.: hand and for sale; also; other Growers'supplies,such as Hoops,Wrapping Paper,eta
IMPORT OF I Location the best viz:

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

APPLES. POTATOES, ONIONS Etc., Circulars and Stencils on application.IMPORTERS .

Consignments of Florida Oranges solicited. Highest market prices and prompt account of AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
pales. IIEiMtY: 11n &: SON,
.) _.' 215 Kast Bay,Charleston,S.C. IN

tlCr. :JEJ E1 Foreign and Domestic Fruit and Vegetables.Consignments .

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

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

Having. connection with Northern Commission Houses I can handle Florida Oranges and
Fruits direct from shipping! points. No transfeiring.. Best prices obtained. Orders and JL: E=>. ..L 11.A.. :PEI.: C> S
coufiguineuts solicited
&Wept Forsyth Street,Jacksonville,Fla.F Indian River Orange Depot,

Postofflce Box 173.
J: W. SJE1E: : ; 1\I.I.A.NT: : cfe CjC>
.... ., Consignments of:Oranges Poultry and Eggs solicited. Orange Wraps,orders filled. 10x10
8 c,hall lt)} c,!'.!xl2 12l4c. Guaranteed full count and uniform quality.
General Commission MerchantsAND
Re'ers by permission to National Bank of the State, Bank of Jacksonville,and Tysen,*
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REFERENCES: A.Manville Jacksonville; L.L.Newsome, Crescent City; B. V.Whit-
ner, Fort Held;,Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C. W.Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth National
Bank, lk>1iton._ Established In 1774..

Pro :u.ce CO''YI! :nLiss1.on.: .
The undersigns d having made arrilsgements with the large Comn i Ission house of Mr.E.B. This! Company NOW Patapsco Mill A, Ellicott City, Md.Daily
Woodward No. lit Cha bers Mreet, New York, (Established lat3: ,) takes great pleasure In
offering all kinds of Produce,such as operates Patapsco Mill B, Baltimore, Md.Capacity

Potatoes Onions Cheese Butter Etc. Bat.The \
Cabbage, fc ;
at the very lowest possible-cash prices. Otter Skins purchased at hler prices for cash.
Nothing but the choicest goods sold. Consignments Oranges, Vegetables etc.,
also solicited for the above named house. Orders by mail receive prompt attention., value of flour depends on the proportionate quantity of gluten,sugar and phosphate
Respectfully yours, JJ&'IU.OCO: 30 West Bay:St., Jacksonville,Fla. of lime. Maryland and Virginia Wheat,from which our

1O Years Established.
t manufactured,is unequalled for the purity and superior quality of its nutritious prop-
;.. Cr. S :p .A. :r... 1\l[ EI FI.. erties. We make

.00:0"1: :JJ1issiOn.: 1\ILeroh.ant rurapsoo Superlative, North Point Family

166 Reade Street, | FOR THK SALE I NEW YORK. and other brands.
Fruits Bud Produce, Also Hide, .sirs Ilouoy, IHc. Florida Orange! a
References-Bonking houses and principal shipp-rs throughout the State. Hand for Stencil _
.* and Market quotations. Trl-weekly quotations by telegraph to Tlmes-Union during 32 Commerce Street,Baltimore,Md.
shipping reason. Represented by Mr.JAS BURST,Jacksonville,Fla.



Orange Box Stuff, Hoops or Wraps HECKER'S SELF-RAISING BUCKWHEAT.

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

'GEO. R. FOSTER. JAS.A.MARVIN. LAWRENCE HAYNES. llecker's Sel -naisiDg Buckwheat

ao'd five pints Cold water or milk,or part each,and bake immediately. Keep the batter ina
: GEO. R. FOSTER & 00. cool place if not wanted for immediate use. This wilt produce seventy light and delicious
cakes,preferred by many to those made with yeast.
Sold, by All Grocers.

VIRGINIA SPRUCE PINE ORANGE Box, 176 Bay Street,Savannah,Ga,

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


J on hand at lowest prices. State_Depot for )0WDERabaolntely
is Dare andhighly
.. ;/: .1 ounce worth a Ib.
of&nr: other kind. ItIi.trictlyamedicine: tobe rlven with foot Nothing on earth Will make hen, Uk.
Cotton Seed Meal.and Canada Unleached Ashes at bottom prices. it: t cures chicken cholera and all dif aaee of hens. Is north its weight in cold. Illuatnted boOk by
tree. Sold everywhere or sent mail for 26 cents In : .airtight tin cane.81.
No.>sorest: Bay:Street,. JACKSONYIU.V FLA.:: sail,uO. 8ix cans b7 8Xpre..p. 'id.for$ .oo. DB.L a JOHNSON II CO..8oatone""" c,

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general line of fruit trees adapted to Florida,including the largest stock of Peach new Peacii-Bldwell s Early-I believe to*be the greatest acqulsltlon'to Florida In the

Trees to be found in the State, l'eeu-To and Honey Peaches a specialty, fruit line that has been brought to public notice In my 19 years' residence In the State,12

also several other varieties of peaches. My stock of Kelsey's Japan Plum Trees of which I have been engaged In the nursery business. It was my al n when the trees were

consists of 5,000 or upward,all home grown,and buds taken from bearing trees on my place. In fruit last spring to have all who could,all and see them and taste the fruit' ,well aware

1500 Plcholliic Olive Trees ((2 to 6 ft.high), bOOOO Orange; Trees ((3 to 4 yrs.old). that the general public would prefer to have the verdict of such men as I name below to

A full supply of LeConte, Keiffer and other Pear trees,Japan Persimmons, Figs, Quinces, the declson of more Interested parties. I respectfully refer you to *

Apricots,Nectarines,Japan Medlars,Mulberries,English'Walnuts,Pecans,Almonds,Japan
Mahlon Gore,N. L. Mills,Orlando, Flu.; Capt. D.A. Irwin, Dr. C. H. Lanphe-s,Zellwood;
J. Harking Hllllard, Palatfca; "".G. Wright, Mt. Dora; Rev.T. \V.Ioor,?, Sanford; Levi
An ezamlatlon of stock solicited. Catalogues free on application to
Risinger, P. A.Isaacs, Sorrento; Rev. H.Walker, Tanglerlne; Charles Phillips,Robert
Mills, Chulusta; Rev.C.A.Lander,:Messina.
Glen St.Mary.-Fla.
Owing to Ill-health,I last spring placed the distribution and sale of trees for the coming

winter In the hands of Mr. Juntos JHott, Orlando, Fla.,to whom all or.ters and lettersof

"SAN MATEO NURSERIES. Inquiry should be addressed. 1 A. I. BIDWELL.

Orlanda, Fla., November I 1,1886.MAITLAND.

""'; A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter, planting.
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'Best: Varieties, of Budded Trees a. Specialty-Trees of all sizes. ; varieties of Orange and Lemon.Trees. Buds not on small sticks but on large and extra -
'. I "*' Send for Catalogue. tine ones. We make a specialty ot the famous and hardy :

MAXWELL, ANDERSON & CO., Villa Franca Lemon,

San Mateo, Fla." and can NOW show trees and RIPE FRUIT. They stood last winter's cold as well as the
orange Send for Catalogue..
Maliland,Orange Co.,Fla. \1,
L; : Val rico Nurseries -
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1=;, r f-/':' ,, '. :: TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL.Catalogue El BAY VIEW NURSERIES.

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"d'V.. G. TOUSEY
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Budded and Lemon Trees
e Seffher, Hilhborough Co., Fla. ,

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

Trees Strong and Well Rooted and Especially Adapted to South.


line of :arden and Field Seeds 18S6 growth. Seed Rye, Oats I, Barley,Johnson Grass, An Inspection is invited. All inquiries by mall promptly answered. Catalogues sent free
I 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. TII1BIT1S, ,
Seedsman and Florist. Bay View, Hlilsborough Co., Fla.


LAKE GEORGE NURSERIES, Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries,

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dui Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and

.:;,'. With descriptions of Vines. No Loss in Transplanting. ..
Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. Address ;
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.' Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc.; etc. -_. Oakland,Orange Co.,Fla."ONE"MlUCioN .

Together with full descriptions of all the

CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE &LEMON TREES 1.000,000 Apple,Peach.Plum, Pear, Quince,Fig and Mulberry Trees. Also a large stock of
Peach Seedlings,suitable lor ratting and budging stocks, Grape Vines, Raspberry, Strawberry -
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. =:'VVXJJrS: ::: &i SON, Props.,

L.A.ICE GJEOItGE, FLORIDA. Janl '85 "_ )Jar hallv111e, Ga.
Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.

GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. ]E'ruitlai: .d. 1 T"U..rseries,

o The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, pecially adapted to Florida Is doubtless the
most varied In the United states. A special catalogue (No. 1)) is published for this branch
ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded of our establishment. In addition to the usual huge variety: or fruits such as Pt-en-To,
Honey and other Chinese Peaches,Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons Eryobotbryas Grape
from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. Vines, etc, we have a very large stock of KnUey'b and new Japan Plums, Japan
fruits. Also all the Roses of merit Palms
Chestnut, Melon Shrubs and other new new ,
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line Acacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees, Flowering shrubs,etc. Catalogues
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, sent free to ah !applicants. No. 1. Hardy fruit trees, Hoses, Evergreens. No.2. Greenhouse
'AARON "W"KE3< Georgetown, Fla plants. No.3. wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamental
trees suited to Florida. ,.
May 16'83 tf P.J.Berkmans'Proprietor.FIGS .:
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Selected from the best orchards In the great fig regions of the Old World, comprising the
Orange Lemon and Lime Trees Peaches Pears Plums Pecans and
fruit la the world.
very cream of table and drying figs. Te most profitable Easily grown
Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. and prepared for market. No disease. No Insects. The coming boom for Florida. Now Is
t the time to start In a business that Is bouna to pay and lortunes can be made at It. We are
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. headquarters; our trees are unsurpassed,warrant d true to name, propagated from bearing
F. S. CONE Manager trees,and prices are below comp'tUion. tend'at: once for instructions for growing and the
i/mamethod of curing and packing,with description and prl'e of the following varieties:
CBi. CENT CITY, FLA. White frogan,White Adriatic Aon Giovanni,San Intro,Red Lnrdare, Paradise. English Walnuts -
,all best sorts. filberts, ,fine trees at low rates LJCHKR: *. most deliciousof
fruits from India,should fJhestl&uUbetc. Immense variety of tropical fruits, East Indian
FRUIT TREES VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED fruits,grafted Mangoes,Indian Bananas, Bread Fruits, Mangosteen,Durian, Lichees,etc.
Special rates to the trade. Local agents wanted. ;;:::;


r The: : e>ran.ge: an.d :J.eD1on.: The Lakeland Nursery Company.

} In variety other Citrus Prints, LeConte and Kelfler Pears Japan Plums, Japan Persim- LEMON AND LIME '
mons, Figs, Guavas,Grapes,etc ORANGE TREES
Peen-Toand Honey Peaches, KeLffer and Le "onte Pears, Keheys's Japan Plums,Japan
PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY.A. Persimmons', Loquats, Figs, drapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba
Tropical Potted Fruit Trees a Specialty.Price .
H. MANVILLE & CO., List free on application. E: H. TI8ON. Manager,

DBAYTOJT Iujun>, Putnam County,Fla., OIL ,.a.r'2L.1.1J1)polk: County,Fl*. Lakeland,Poke eo..v1A. ':

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I t< SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.Catalogues Nichols, Rockwell & Co.,

with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our nit includes
the choicest varieties ot the Citrus family grown. Also, WHOLESALE!: AND RETAIL

Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, and other Fruits. .

Our stock is one of the largest in the State. Thornleos and. Early Fruiting varieties a Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates Mantels, Paints,

4 specialty.. 1'*. \v. PIERCE, Oils, Saddlery. Guns, Ammunition, Etc.
Indian Springs,Orange Co.,Fla.

.t:; ALTAMONTE NURSERIES Parties in Town or Out -
.,,' "-. : will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any goods they may need
In our line. N

';;t:<;;:,,,:'r.. ,,,.,.' H. WHEATLEY, Proprietor. Prices Lower than Ever.

'c 52 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla.
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Sash Doors and Blinds I i
? ", Orange and Lemon Trees. Loquats, Giant and Common. Pears, ,

Plums, Peaches, Persimmons. Figs of Commerce, New Pome- PAINTS, OILS, BUILDING MATERIAL,

,< granates, Mulberries, Nut Trees, Etc.
; :a: .A. :EI. :J:) V'V .A. :EI. E] 7 I

i', New Catalogue now ready. Address as above. Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, Agricultural Implements, Carpenters' Tools, Iron, Steel, Rope,
Belting, Etc.

I < ..,". NURSERIES, SEEDS, ETC.uisrs I 1 NURSERIES, SEEDS,.ETC.For Sole Agent for Florida :for

--- .--,-- Orange Lightning{: Powder, Galvanized Four-Point Steel Barb Fence Wire, Galvanized Barb-
Evary ..- t.r in tliiil'i Sale-Grove and Nursery.Forty Steel Twisted Ribbon Wire, Spring-Tooth Cultivators Ame Harrow and Orange Grove
rt :' iu.,iud hive a Cultivators, Queen of the Garden Hand Cultivator, southern 1St. Louis) Pure White Lead,
copy of our tUiiunal, acres choice land with grove of 1OOC Masury's R. R. Colors and Liquid Paints, Fairbanks'Standard Scales.Lai
I !; containing 17 hr of usetal information
1 SOUTHERN I l-re application. orange *e-dlmgs two and three yeas I
; 3L-O: O IE5L !
ac' Address nUU"'I.t'l' old, a few thousand budded with choice varieties ::
t ALMANAC nUJT, .Jr., PhiU., ,in tine condition, and will make a living -
Pa.. S"d Farm:KOHC.dale and fortune to some one. Also a very
For 1887. and Waterford. line old grove of 250 bearing orange trees, it THE SOUTH FLORIDA FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY,
years old in the centre of the beautiful and
Special Fall Offer for 30 Days. growing town of Ft. Meade. *or particulars ORLANDO, FLA.,
I address GROVE AND N u USER v,
Will make your Store Fronts and Architectural Castings. Build or Repair your Machineryand
P. 0.80. 01 Ft. Meide Fla.
BEST NEW LAWN GRASS SEED sell you Machinery and Mill Supplies. Guaranteeing you as satisfactory. work and
I prices as you can .get in more Northen cities. Mention this paper when writing for esti
Pricft t per lb.)ctH. $10M per bushel. mates.
By mall,additional,ICcts. per lb. j jI I Royal Palm Nurseries,

(See List o'to'peclalUt's.: )
In 'ddltion to a full line of general nursery
> Paapaluin Ovatum and stock adapted to the climate ol Florida, we banySharplessQn\iihoiriiDQat8150
.. Poa Araclmifcra, are constantly receiving seeds and plants. & Chtts. Downing per m.
I OR from all over the tropical and sub-tropical. Globe Peach, and Erie BLACKBERRY .
Texas Blue Grass. world, many of which are introduced for the I'' 4-PrIce List FREE. cb unrated,descriptive and priced A
first time into the United States. SAMUEL C.DECOU, f 1 ",
.12 roots,25 cents. 100 roots,$2.00. We can only mention a few of the rare Moorestown, Bur ington Co., N.J. fM.ED CATALOGUE:, 12U pages
Package of seed,25cts. All by mall,posi paid. plants and trees we catalogue for the taU ot containing valuable Information m
1880 !' mJ for the hardener, Farmer, and
Diospyros Kaki, the Japan Persimmon, Oranges and Lemons ". f a Family Address,mailed FREE:to all appli m

which are now en route and expected 'o arrive Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose- z cants.
here on or about the 2I1t.h> of Novpmber.PurchMsel'8 Apples,Star-Apples,Suger-Apples,Cherimoyas, JA EJ J BOWEN/ Seed Merchant, C
e'n select which varieties they Sour-S9 s, Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish : Liberal advances
choose out of the foil-twins kinds which c"tr- Limes, Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries, Consignment solicited.to with l811 !?ansoiue St., A
o respond to the various arbitrary name s given I Maumee Sapotas, Avocado Pears, Maumee Apples made. Would be to pleaded here.correspond 1) SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. VI'
by lorelgn dealer in the United Htates.T''CtlRII.l. ,Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizzias parties desiring ship
... The needless variety,the best. and Cassias in variety, Jatrophas, Pourcrayas, Summers Morrison &; Co.,
JInch Large variety, excellent for stor Yuccas,Agaves, Dasylinons, Plumerias, Palmsin 171 South Water St., Chicago. CALIFORNIASibley's
( variety), Caesalpinias and Poincianas,
National Bank Chicago
ing. kinds of Ipomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas,and rare Refer to Metropolitan 1 -
Among or Y mon. Large variety, ; J. V. Farwell&Co.,Chicago.
Jlyoknmr. Very large, globular and hweet, greenhouse plants; Antigonons, Bamboos East Tested
Indian Pines and forest trees
used tor dried ;
Long ,
Ml/wtguru. I Musa Ensete; Cyphomandra betacea and Blackberry PlantsAND seedS
fruit. I' the "Tomato tree" of the "MelonShrub" Strawberry
( Jamaica
Zfitfji. The smallest and earliest' variety.Kurokurno. I ;; .
lobuiar.Goah'ttnuru and White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses
Early,large, *
and all sorts of shrubbery in variety.
Early, large globular.
GrafU-d tree., >82 per dozen. $l.) per 100.() Red Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready, Grape Vines by lUaU, Postpaid, To Market Gardeners and Truck
in order. They 12.00! per hundred, $15.Uu per thousand.
Don't delay bending sour
at lowest possible prices and safe arrival guar- Farmers of Florida.Send
cau be forwarded by ihembelves, or together i New catalogue ready in October. .
anteed. Large orders by express or freIght
with other stock. :: AddressREASONER BROS. at expense of purchaser. For price list!! ,ad- for our Catalogue and Price List of Gar-
The Acw ITInrianiia plum dress den, Field and Flower Seeds.H. .
Box 10, Manatee,Fla.
of which I have a nlc stock of my own rais W. C. STEELE, C.Denton, Esq., the well known planter
Ingand offer treesone ye r6ld. bushy, about Switzerland,St.Johns Co., Fla. and Revenue Collector of A lachua Co., sends
2}i feet high,for 25cts.; dozen, Siou; Hw, $15. us the following unsolicited endorsement
ARNOLD PUKTZ. t ORIENTALFRUITS our stocks: Your Early Dwarf Flat Dutch

Duval Co. Greenland, Fla. .: Cartney Hedge Rose Plants for Sale. Cabbage hRs given perfect satisfaction,and
LeConte and< Kleffer Pears on their you ale well able to control the seed market
(j'own roots; Bartlett and other!'earsT This Rose makes a handsome and perfectly In this section."
on LeConte roots; Prunui Simoni and I Impassable fence; said to last an hundred Above catalogue, together with our com-
FAIRVIEW NURSERIES a.Japanese Plums; Peen To* Hone* years. Plants can be set until February,not plete list of Farm and Garden Implement,
'S. y Peaches; Russian Apricots. A later. mailed free to all applicants. Address
? large and general assortment of Fruit
I Trees. Catalogue with facts Free Address, M. O'NEILI, IIIJIAITI NIK LEY &; CO.,
O. R. THATCHER, : Address W. F. HEIKES 1 ,Manager, Fairbanks, Fla.' terN.Y.FOR .



San, Mateo, Putnam County, Florida. 18867.We BUDDING,
My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are make specialties of LeConte and Kelffer
', perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and Pear Trees, Peen-To and Honey Peach Trees From; to 1%Inches in diameter; price from
', always handy to tell the day of week,month and Japan Persimmons. Also all other
So to $15 100
:'. The beat varieties of the Orange and Lemon 0' year. nursery stock, Including Apples and Pearson per ,
Too to I will mall
costly give to
and other Citrus Fruits. away, one LeConte Roots at bottom prices for the according to size and quantity taken.
,anybody sending me a nickel to help pay ad. coming season. Write for new catalogue, Address

Choice varieties of the Fig, ol recent intro vertl'ing should send, postage soon before, etc.all You are need onp.one and lust Issued,to PUI.ESTON & v..., FRANK ERBLAND, Manager,
Monticello Fla.
ducUon. JAMES HASLEY. Proprietors Fla.Nursery, ,

Seed Grower Madison Ark.
both the Red and Yel-
The Guava

low.The Cattley LeConte Nurseries of Lake Woir o Go I GIVEN AWAY 100 Marriage 1! funny Album Love Verses and,

Peach and Pear of the sorts best adapted wanes, 1
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: ht ',;I '1 The !100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our !ng Games, 2 Beau Catchers, 1 Magic
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f these year old stock,%to l\L inch diameter,with pockets with Gold. ALL HUNT FltS2K-loi
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? "' from to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for SUPPLY AGbNCY, Box 332, I'll I lad'a. Pa.
RKFKBKNCES:-Crosby&Gnwen! ran Mateo; Cuttings Catalogues. Address. Jt&-Thia ia the lliggrtt Offer ever made by c
Hon. u. W..Lj'le., ban Mateo; W. J. Webb: buy 110 other aim avoid Blight" Catalogues E.B.FOSTER,Manager : Reliable Firm and all our reader should take
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(Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, November 14,1886,1:30 a m,Trains I COMPANY.
will leave and arrive as follows :
FOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOU D. I I "" mnkaq -. "AAA7tt;
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-. ;rl It 1 v () v yz f; w. ...::: : 0 $:d: C p y ... Read 'VEs1'. Read down.
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I cI : All Trains of this Road are Run by Genital' (90th)
Fernandina635 ... ....
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:= AM PM : A M.i AM P M w'j All M AM P M P M A M 1055>> 7 00 p.......Jacksonville ...... 8 ''O a 3so:: p Meridian Time than, which Jacksonville is 33 Minutes Time. Slere r

?...._ ..:... _...... _. .. ...- ,..... .,,R.VIt .. :... _...... _.?... _...... _....? 1002a! 6 3. p........_haldwliu......_.900a! 3p -
01030 4IU 500 14 4U 10 40 74"! ......Sanla.rd..." 115 2 3Q 81)) 100 400 420 910 9X5: a 601 p.\lul'clenuy.: .....? 9 2ua 4i I p TIM C NRD I N EFFECT; MAY 2 1886.
3 104U 4 48 3 JO 855:10: 55 75.5....?. Belaa._.... 112 22 8 2112 48.. 353 4 05 855 9 2; a 5 91 p..._Glen M. Mary...?. \9 2i a' -t-- p ,

4 .....? .?... ...... u.. ...... ......- .CryEtal. Lake III ...... ...... _...... ...... ...... ...... 9 05 a 510 p.........san 5 10 45 ...... 5 151, 900 _... _...'" Bp.nts. ... 110 216 8 1ti ... 3 45 ...... ...... 8 37 a 5 19! p..........*Mustee............ll) 01 H 5V i n as follows:
10 JO 55 4 58 5 2'. j D 1011 ;) g'2. ....Longwood 105. 2 00 x (01112) :rr 3 31 1 i 40 825, KOSa jo 45jp: ........Lake City; .........102-tu: h L7p NEW ORLEANS EXPRES .
13 11 03 5 03 5 9 18115 I +) 8 4 I' ?. Altalnonte.. 10211 21 r 51 30 ? 2.5 3 05' 8 1:1: 7 31 a 41up.LakeOgden..103ia: 6 45 p Leave Jacksonville dailY /:35 ft m
14 11 U7 5 OtS,, S 311 II ; b ;,0; .?.. Mayo ....101 15U) 7 521:!!I... 21j1 320' 2 55 H U5lb 71ia J 428L p ....... .Welt-orn..... .... 10 46 a 71', i i7l'OH p Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:3 a m
1112 5 fiR' 5.J.1j 927.1215 9 lltJ ...?D1aitiand..... HlO)' I 41,17! 4811 ZJ, 315 24:> 800 418p.........Hauston..1056a 715p Leave Callahan daily at_.__............ &18 a m
18 11 20 5 i5, 5 I 52 Y :35'12 3i 9 15 _WintRr u.rk._ 97 1 4ul) 7 4112: 151' 3 (7 2ro: 7 50 .i I5 It 4 ((45 I p......._ Live Oak..........11 08 a 7" p Arrive at Wayeross aL. ..;_.. .10:15ain

........ .".".' 6 (0'oj) ...... .. ,.. ......Wilcox .... J OS', 1' ...... 7 2i........' Ot) ...... ..... lil&ti I :3 ,0 p......? ..EllH'.1IIt'.1131 U. M 21 p Arrive Brunswick via B. tt: H.R... 1:50 p m
2211: a.} :5':0 6 W 9,0 1 40 {9 5i ... Orlando.....' 931 12;i 7 2w12 0'2 255 210 7 30 5' 37 a :i ID p........Madison.: ........ 1206 p 9 u3 p \rrive at Thomasville dally at_...... Id7 p m

2' ?...... .. ...: ...... ..... ......1010....... Gatlin ... 9O1)I, ...... t ...... ..... ...... ..... 5|112 a 2 41 p.........Gretnville........12 37 p 9 -3! p \rnve at Bainbridge daily at...?....... 8:35 p m
21 1145 534'62i: ) 10 02! 15 5 ......_ ..."'Jes mlne... 891 17 1:3: 1l ,9 24ft 1 2.j 702 II2a 221.>........._ AXiclllH.. ....... 1257 p 10 Ui p \ !'Ti veat Chattahoochee dally at...... 4:04 p m
27 11 4S ., G 231 I ;Ifj (li .... 0 2C) .Pine Castle... 8S'!, 1 .u' 7 1O'_... r 2r.: .... 122 a 2 US r ......Dritton. ...... I 15 p I 10 'M \IJI Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.1LIUIU p m
30 115i )5 .N'); U 31)'){ ,,11) 1 221,10 41; sBig Cypre".. 8i) cll; 7 031142\ 2 3O. l 10, G 52 150 1 u2 35 p....?_Monticellu........ 1 top 10 .u p .\rrive at Mobile via L.& N. R. R........ 2:30 a m
3-1 12t17 .55J( G 4.) .A M 10 25 24711 c.McKtunon.;() ; 81 12 5o'' ti 5111 i 1 :i2i Pit 2J5'125' .i 637:; ,lrrlveatNewOrleans viaL.tN.R.R I:2ilam.
-122a 2Wp........_Drlftoh _......... 115p IU2Gp40)it
40 12..11 0 IS!; 7 tU;() 615,10" :, 49!' 32 ] .... _' ..KJSSlwmcc... 751131: 6 4011 201 8ti: 2 12 20 tj _'O Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville -
II. ) ......... ............ .1N'p05Ip34.5a :
44 12.50() ... PM 6'2'j' A aI ......,12lb ..*Caplnbells ,. 15= A1\I ....... M21 p ....._ .?.. ()' 150p. Lloyd and New Orleans, via Pensacola, and
411.1 : 10: p......... l halres._......... 20'oo! p 11 07 p
6 6.JJi: : l\a 5l2
52 108 -I 101123.) Lake Locke.. 831 47' 10"1 8 C'O 110 \ Mobile.'
3 .... .Tallahassee-..... 2ro: 1201 a
57 120 6 M\\ -I 3'112 52 ....Davenport-...; 51131: : ; 1103'2 747 35 h 15 : 15 a lOOp. p FAST MAIL.
6521 '
'110 2'5a 123i) p.........- Midway.......... 254p 12 45 a
61 130 7 Vv 705. 147 1 25 Haines 2:; 10 21 1 35 15 5.0
l1ty. ;
I Vial2O$1).Quincy.3) 27 p 1 35' a Leave Jacksonville dally at............._ 2.0J p iu
. 681 14M 714 7'2;!, 5 :11 1Ii) Bar10w Junc- 47 J1 121 110 07 715 1 94112 Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..........12KH) m
1 4.a1 [II .... Mi. Pleasant...... 341 p 2-b:Jlla
721 I 5i 721 731': ;; -in 2 t It( ...AubUrndH.le..! 43I10: 50' I 9 51 6 54 : 915 4h: II 55 11:5 a p .HI ver Junction.... 405 p 3.:U> a Leave Callahan dally at........?........... 2:45 p m
7712! ((18 7 :'8 7 43i! 555! 2 -ttJ1... ,1tzhughs..1 3S 10 ::17. U 4t 6 42 : 9 00 1 1:1: _. p Leave Chattahoocbee at............ ........1 1:30 a in
831 2 I 7it' H 151 G 4'j 3 2.h..Lakeland..i ;12 lO 13:; \\-ro: 62'') 1 8 35 ::15.5 Leave Thomasville at........................ 1:10 p m
93 241 802 907 725 ....... :.. .... tllO 00: \90(}.j 52.5' 730 :320 SOUTH. Arrive at Waycro( daily at..... ........ 4:40 m
9S\ 2 58 ......j i 9 15 I ......,i! ........Cork....._.1 17 U bul ...... 4 55 : ...... ...... =\0. 4. No. 8. No. 7. No. 3. Arrive at Jesup daily at...._,.. ?..._.... 6:15 p p n\
103 :1 1l' 822,, 9 30 8 3.S. 4 1 1r. .......Setlher.t, 12 9 : 8 35 5 41t i 6 SOl' 2 40 H 50 a 4 \uo p...... Fernandiua ......10 i'b a 41 a p Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V.?& G... :35 p m

101 3 t7 8 2.i, '9 4.:; HI..;' 1 2.1 .....* I ,ngo..1' 101, U ::3.// d 28 4 32 I 6 2JI 2 :J2 247 p.Callahan I .llftOu; Arrive at Savannah dally at............... 7:58/ p iu
unJ'I : 2) ....... 9571+ ......1.! ....... .??!.Orlent. 61: {9 J 21), .... 4 18 .....' ...... ti .SU a :24Up... Jacksonville... 1133a 8M> p Arrive at Charleston daily at............ 1:25: a m
115 (0 10 1)1; U 2.! 5 III \r Tampa Lvi 01 A :\li s 80)) 400 !t. 4O! 2 (10 515 a 1 47 p........ Baldwin 12 4U' p u 15 p Arrive at Washington,D.C. dally at 11:00 m
3.0/8/ M I A I 1'M I"" P M ;I" PM PM M AM -125 a lC9p;: .........Highland......... 1 09 p >!* 57 P p
t ___. Arrive Bait l.a.ore.................................1 2:35: a m
4 05 a 1250 p -Lawiey-......... 1:8p:;: 10 l 13: p Arrive Philadelphia........................._ 3:45 a m
Flag Stations. Trains No. :{ and leave from and arrive at I. I. & K W. Depot. No.' I.
o 3411a 12 30 p Starke ........... 2 00 pJO 35p
2, 3 ana 6 Dally. 10.I.I..r... 9,1 in, 27,2S und 29 Daily exwp' Sunday. Trains No. 3 and 6 Arrive at New- York daily at._.......... 6:50: a tuPullman
stop only nt Orlando, Kii,lImlll't', Bartow Junction, Lakeland and Plant City. No. 30 Dally :H W() a 11.1\J\ a........... Waldo..... 2 15 p 4 If'u; Buffet Oars to and from Jackson
except Monday. No. 3 stops m ICtsslinmeo for Supper No and 2 "top at Kissimmee lor 9 25 a 10 5S a........ Fairbanks........ :3()) j* 44iu ville and New York.
Dinner No. stop- nt Lakeland lor Breakfast No. 8 stops at lakeland for Supper. 8 15a 10:i-5 a......_Gainesville-. ;Jfa/p: > 0 25 a EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.
Trough Ticket sold at all regu.ar st Cons lorall points North, Eastand West. Baggage 7 t.0 u lo. 10 a........ Arredontlo....... 3 5') p 7 15 a5tla Leave Jacksonville daily at...?......... 4:30 p m
checked througb.Pemberton 940a.. -Aicher_......... 4 :IM p MOa Arrive at.Jacksonville dally at....?...ll::*:) a in
'- 4. x41') 9 Hi Brou,Ion 4 o'+ p 9 10 a Leave Callahan! dally at.............?........ 5:N p In
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Ferry; Url.lJc; h.=rt.F. R.R. 20D p 7 !:> a......_Cedar Key 6 45 p 12 25 p Arrive at Callulian.. .............................lu:46 a m

__ __ Stanford andlndlrurIiverIhailroad.. 3 00'p ll 4U a.........- Waldo -. 2 4n, p 11 :20 p Leave Waycrofes..............................?... 7:30 pm
South Bound North Bound. i ; 2 12 p 11 09 a............ Dixie........... 305 p 11 47 p Arrive at Way daily at......?...... 8:25 a In
Read Down. i. Read Up. I '. I 50 a 10 55 a...... H a wtborn ........ 313 p 12 l'l' a Leave Gainesville daily at.................. :3:50 pm.
!-F'stAC. F'st Ac. Daily except Sunday. It0a1022a..Citra............ 3 47 p 100a ; Leave at Lake City...........M. 3:45 p m
rr: M'l. &F't trrATIO :). M'l &""t =' I .- ......... 9 39 a......Silver Spring ..... 4 31 p Leave Live Oak dally at..................... 7:10 p m
A 19. 21. :..'0. 2. jSouth Bound. North Bound. 11 45 a 9 25'a............ Ocala .'... 4 4i p 2 05 a Leave Thomasville dally at_............11:15! p inrrlve
- I 1057a 85.5a..B.Ilevlew..S 15: p 2ISa \ at Albany daily aL.........._._. 1:30 a m
Read Dowd. Read
P.M A.M z-; P.M. --- Up. 10 17 a 8 30 a.Oxford ..... 5 40 p 3 V5 a rrive Montgomery: via Central R. R. 8:00 a m
o 4.10 7.40 Lv Pember'.n JI'ery Ar U.4H 6.2.1 57 I x. l'as.!Pas. ,Pas.a. lit a. 10 00 a 8 20 a .......Wlldwood -......55Up< 3loa Arrive Mobile via, L. &; N. R. It.......... 2:10 p m
1 4.14 7.45......?..Fltzgcrald. .. D.3f! 6.1551" !:: &I't &t't' TATIONS. I i&Ft ula a 7 52 a.........Leesburg........ 618p 4 20 a Arrive New Orleans >ia L. t N. R.R. 7:30:: p m
3 4.IU .. ............ .0rlolA ._. 9.3U!......! 54 1004 23.1 25. 24. !5.. 00 a 7". a......... Eldorado........ 6'Ji..p 4 35 a Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R.... 7:10 a m
6 _.... ....... . .nay Ct. ).., ...... ..... .51 :-1-- I- K:30 p a..Tavares.,......... 6 4..j p 5 no a Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R..... 2:2* a m
10 4.3i: 8.2'J .........?. I\cou.\ ......... 9.1. 4047 a.D'! f.In a.m p.m Arrive Cincinnati. via L. &; N. R. R... 6::>> a m
12 2.00.II "' '' 8.30 .... ..Owens"'oro.... .. 9.II)} 530 4. : 0 10.41 1.501v..yanford.........ar 8.00 2.1119 I Arrive St.:: Lo tis.....?................?...... 7:10 a m
lfi 1.5u 9.0. ....?..?..Dade City.......?... !9(09) ).elll 41 4 I1W 5,1k5 I ........*F' n.t>ed......... 7 .3 2.0015 Fernandiim and Jacksonville lirauch.Wlthlacoochee Pullman Bullet cars to and from Jacksonville *
2'1 5.08 9,4') ...... ...Ricblan.......... (0'..A. ..f.10 31 i I fj 11.10 511). ..?.. ...'*Hutledge........ 7.33 1.5013 and St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany
32 .2d 10.1.01.......,*Tedderv11le.. ts 27 :l.aiJ,25, ,11.15 t.v r: \\ ........._. *Lord .. ,... 70)0: 1.-I) 12:>> GOINGNoRTH. No. 30. No. 32.; 1\0.0. Montgomery and Nashville.
37 5,4010.30) .......... Kathleen.. I; S.15 3,1020' :12IU..h l 5 40 "'.''''''._;CI.Iton i! ............ 7.08 I.2J: 7 Lv Jacksonvllle... S CO no m 43u p rn 7ro: P 111U JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.

-t7lO.42..0rlmll.H 11Il....... 8.0\: ? 55J17i14: 1 '. 5.15.Tnskawilla.. 7.03 1.18;: 5u.51..Lakeloind. Duval.............. 8 40 a m 50511n 800pm Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m
43 ?......... 8.00 2.1014 191207!, 13.121...........Oyjdeo........... 6.50 1.0: ;: 4 Hu.rt's Itoad... 922 a 111 536 P m 82> p mAr Arrive Jacksonville........................._ 8u5 a m

51 6.35112001( .........._.Haskell......?... 7..i( 1.51' 6 '12.1. 1_6.lOlar..I.akE'_ Charm..1v 6.3012.b: (, Fernandina..950am 605prn 850pm Leave Callahan................................_.10:20 p m

57. __.u Arrive..BartowL___ _.____.. _Vf_ _7.15. ___J._ _O___0_- -GOING SOUTH. No. 2''*. 1o.. :U. No. 9.Lv Arrive Way; cross..................................12:3 a m
---- --- 'ernandlna .... 63.3 a m SSUatn 400pm Arrive Albany via B. & W. R. R....... 5:30 a m

Barton' Urallch.- DaUy. No. 8-At Lakeland with train for Bartow; ., 1Iart's Road... 65-1 am 919 am" :N p m Arrive Macon: via Central R. R.......... 9:40 a m
at Bartow Junction with tram for Bartow. Uu'.a1.............. 720 am 955am: 505pm( Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R_...... 1:35 p m
South Bound. ortb Bound No. 11-At Bartow Junction with train from A r..Jacksonv11le.... 7 50} am 10 a.) amI;; pm Arrive .J esup......................................... 2:15 a m
.:Pas. P lR. 1"as. : Pa .j 1'iUs.I 1"UI':! Tampa at Bartow with train from Pember- Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G..? 6:00 a m
No. &lrt &Ft =' fI r ATIOlll I I f::'' &Ft! No'' t h. t ton > ; and Florida Southern Railway for I Branch. Arrive Macou via E. T. V. & G. R. R_ 8:30 a m
11. 13. 12. r 1'1'1'! 12- U. 16. Punta Gorda. Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. A G. K.K.12:05 m
_ -1AI .I- _I_- No. 12-At Junction with train for Arrive I incinnatl via C. S. R. R....._ 6:50 a m
I". 1ItI I".M. i.v ,Arll.1. A X. P.M. P.M. Sanford.No. GOING NORTH. UOINO SOUTH. Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir
11.15 2.10 7.15 0 BartowJ'nr'121.40 1.4CJ 6.3U ; 13:-At Bartow Junction with train from Read down. Rend up. Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and
H.30 2.21> 7'3. 5 Winterllvu 810.ID 1.2.1 6.lu Tampa.No. 3 00 p m Lv..St. Catherine........Ar 11 00 a m via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between
11.42'2.40. 7.50 9 Eagle Lalte 10.0,) J.W 5.5.5 14 At Bartow with Florida Southern 4 25 p m" .........'.umtervllle...../ '* 9 35: a m Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through
11.52 8.002U'rdonvllle() 9.= ;) train from- Punta Gorda Bartow Junction 5 00 pm" ........Panasoffkee........ 9 25 a m Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and
12.05 3.101 8.15117/arBartowly. .,. 01 .)511.03\5.t\.. :. with train for lam pa. ; at 5 40 p in A,..........Wlldwood .......-Lv 8 55' a m Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville
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CONNECTIONS. No. 15-At Bartow Junction with trains and Cincinnati via Jesup.SAVANNAU .
from Tampa and Sanford at Bartow with St. Marks Branch. EXPRESS.
TRAIN No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern:: Railway:for Punta Gorda. Leave Jacksonville.....?..?..............?... 9:30pm
Deliary. aya.. Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains for GOING NORTH. GOING SOUTH. Arrive Jacksonville......_................... 8:05 a m
and J.,'1. & K. W. train from Titusville; Tampa and Kissimmee.No. 10 30 a m Lv...?... St. Marks .........Ar., 10 05: a m Leave Callahan ..'..........1020 p m
at Barlow Junction with train for Bartow; 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida 10 58 am"* ...........Wakulla......_.. 9 40 a m Arrive Callahan................................... 7:05 a m
at Lakeland with train Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville at 1157 am" ............ Belalr........... 8 43: a m Leave Gainesville at........................... 3:50 p m
No. 2-At Lakeland with tr In for Bartow ; Lakeland with train for KisHlmmee.No. ; 1215 a m Ar ........Tallahassee-. ......Lv 8 30 a m Arrive Gainesville ............................. 9:35 a m
at Bartow Junction with trains to and from 20-At Bartow with Florida Southern "a" a.m. time. "p" means p.m. time.) Leave Lake City................................... 3:15 p m
Bartow; at Sanford with People's and De- Railway train from Punta Gorda at Lakeland ( means Arrive Lake CI ty..........._.....-......._10U) a m
Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville, with train for Tampa at Pemberton Trains 1 and 2,7 and 8, and trains on F. & J. Leave Live Oak at...?.....?.............?.... 7:10 p m
and J. T. & K. W. alns for Jacksonville Ferry with Florida Southern; Railway for Branch run dally Sunday included. Arrive at Live Oak daily at......?...._. 6:13 a m

Tituisvllle. Gainesville and Palatka.No. Trains 9 and 1013 and 4 daily except Sunday. Arrive Thomasvllle-........................... 7:50 a m
No. 3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through : 21-At Bartow with Florida Southern Trains 1 and 2 have Pullman Palace Sleeping Arrive Albany............?..?.11:50 a m
Coaches without change between Jackson llallway for Punta Gorda. Cars to and from New Orleans. Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R._ 7:23 p m
ville and Tampa. Connects at Sanford with I No. 22-At .Bartow with Florida Southern Trains 3 and 4 have through sleepers to and Arrive Nashville via L & N. R. ..... 7:10 a m
Low Junction train from Tlttibville; at Tam- Railway train from Punta uorda; at Lake from Orlando. Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R... 2:20 p m
with train for Bartow;; at I land with train for Tampa. See another column for through time and Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. n... 6:35 p m
pa on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays SieatLshlp connections are made with connections, for other information.A. Arrive St. Louis via L. &: N. R. R...... 8.:00 p m
with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Steamer Margaret for all points on Hillsbor- MACDONELL, Arrive Waycross...................1235 a m
and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Ha tu rays I ough and Tampa Bays and Manatee Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent Arrive Brunswick via B. A W. R.R- 7:10 a m

with Plant Steamship Company's ships lor with Mail Steamships Rlverd.altlu D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Supt. Arrive Jesup........................_....._ 3:13 a m
Ky West and Havana. Wnitney of the Plant Steamship: Co., for Key Jacksonville, Fla. Arrive s avannah..........._............... ?.. 6:15 a m
No. 6-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through I West and Havana. and sttamer for Point Arrive Charleston........._.....M... .l2: 5 p m
Coaches without change irom Tampa to Jack I Pmellas and old Tampa Bay. Arrive W ashington............_.............10:31)) a m
sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, > Passports can be applied for through any POULTRY. Arrive New York..................._.......... 5:30 p m
Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Notary Public, and Notary's certificate that Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonvilleand
Margaret irom MnnaU-e Kiver, andon Sundays made vised
such application has bean when Tampa.
Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant ;t by the Spanish Consul at Key West, will answer Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville
Steamship Company's+ ships for Havana and ;
the purpose of a Passport. and Washington.
Key West, FREDERICK H. RAND, Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
o.1 At Lakeland with train for Poultry.
Peinber-. Fancy JPL :
ton Gen. Freight & Ticket Agent. and Steamship connections, and baggage
Ferry. checked through. Also, bleeping Car berths
and sections secured at the Company's Office
I 0 W. w. FENDBICH, in Astor's Building Bay street,and at Passenger -
$700t o $2500 A YEAR, clear of Station, and on board People's Line
aU expense.can be DOC BUYERS' CUIDE Successor to Albert Fries, Steamers H.B.Plant and Cbattahoochee and
made working for us. Agents preferred who Colored plate 100 engraving'S U
De Line steamer of Jackson-
can furnish their own horses and give their of different breeds prices they are Keeps 20 varieties of Pnre-bn-d Fowls. City
whole time to the business. Spare moments xorth and where to bay them. Yards: Shell Road near Moncrief Spring. ville.
may be profitably employed also. A lew vacancies Mailed for 15 Cent" Eggs for Hatching,$2 per dozen.P. WM. P. HARDEE,
In towns and cities.] &IB. F.JOHNSON ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, O. Box 381. Jacksonville, Flu General Passenger Agent.
't CO.,1013 Main tit.,Richmond, Va. m s.Eirhth Sa Phi>> &do1p1 a.1>>a. ,,4?-MenUon Dispatch. R.Q. FLEMING, Superintendent.



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DR. II. KNIfiHT Hare you heard of the astounding reduction for DR. i ,
Proprietor. J.A.SHKHllAN'S Famous Home Treatment, the only SyrU

Bellevlew 1* In the highlands' of Marlon county, on the F. R. & N. Railroad, 10 miles southof or known hindrance guaranteeomfort from labor!and No turfwith"lt btt-t-l or ircn bands o }&ration}'er- ]
Ocala. Its elevation And distance from rivers and swamps ensures a dry atmosphere and feet retention night and day. no chafing suited to all
freedom from fop*. Table first clas.:. Northern cl'oks. All the Florida fruits and vegetablesin ages. Now SIO only. Send forcireuiarof measurements
their RP I'On. This place is especially commended to tho e of the invalid class and others ,instructions and proof Jet cured at home and I FOR TH!: CURE OF
be ,office 294
happy ,\ew York.
P who"eulreull the comforts of a Northern home. Skillful medical attention when needed, Broadway .
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Samples Free CROWN SamPles Free


Complexion PovderHighlv
: indorsed; by the theatrical| profe>?r+inn 4

Northern Meats and All the Delicacies of the Season. Contains v luablem all remove ble.nishfs of the skl't. It.
., justly claims for it a superiority over all ren
Reflted, Refurnished and the best hotel In the city. effects corn pleteTran flr" at(ion,and causes'"
the rno"ordinary person 1ol>Kc nM-St I iking- edies ever offered to the public for the SAP] .
GEORGE D. HODGES, Proprietor. ly RciuiUul. It Is: put up IM IV. rl Rnd Kieshtints CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cm

(Formerly of the Metropolitan Hotel, New York and the Grand Union Saratoga.) all Druggistsor In large toilet sent.boxes FP-inelv and ..I"I-rsaleby i ) In unVaddress of Ague and Feveror Chills and Feveiywheti
-- --, er of short or long standing. He refers to tt
on receipt of I'RKJK: FIvrv'CFNT in .
1\I.Iagn.o1ia: "E3o-te1: stamps or currency. Ladles can obtain ele- entire Western and Southern country to her
gant samples FISKK, by enclosing in') els. in him testimony to the truth of the assertio
OCALA, FLA. stamps: to f) 'ty for po..tnge and packing, ad- that in no case whatever will it fail to cure
: New Management. First-Class In Every ICespect. Prices ICednced. dr.ss naming lhip/ per. f'IOCnl'' :\llCAL the directions are strictly followed and carrie "
COMPANY: UHS Aich >t I'hilndHphin.!, I'a.
Commodious Sample Rooms. MRS. L. C. SCRANTON, Manazer. out. In great many cases a single dose hi

.Otlc O.L..... .... .. H I p -
FURNITURE. o. :' _-__- =-;;o--c-'c 0 have been cured by a single bottle,with ape

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: -=mac>'"".c.. d K
i .c.. >... w- been checked,more especially in difficult an
..C ....- -.:;-, : Q!.:::'- ell
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'.. t---.C .o c'" r .:.:.:_:...;..;.:..::=::. long-standing cases. Usually this medicin
.:: ,0') will not aid to the bowels i
0. ,0. C -"" require any keep
-IIiI! -!III! W So ℑ;.oS c t::> "'.... good order. Should the patient, however,n

Great Reduction in PricesUNTIL .c"E.. -s t S.__L a''Ft quire a cathartic medicine,after he.ving take
= .c &W C> =t...=.c"O c> three or four doses of the Tonic,a single dot
.Arc. v' W._=C =o msCV <- of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILL.

:::Dog.c"< ": c.:..w.. I, .-.-:.- -=_:1....:_=Q=.c=. will be sufficient. Use no other.
OCTOBER 1st 40 .
= :r Z t3 7lCd
f _cc d i ;= = : DR. JOlJN: : BULL'SMITH'S
When we will remove to No. U to 46 West Bay street. Call at once and obtain our reducrd I It V ,. I C"C! : bO-- :
::::o' c f.
prices before purchasing. TONIC SYRUP
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F. E. BOGUE & CO., c.ou.C"L:=':o c=4.c GCce.i; C Q!)<=< BULL'S SARSAPARILLA,
ce c= ; _-2 ..":M
No.2flV' anti 28 < rean street. City Clctir.l'C: : --Jt: ;- BULL'S WORM DESTROYS!
c: I ct. ;< I
ma43"ou The Popular Remedies of tho Day.Offlpp. .
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wM.: c C> C> :s:.. ,: To all who are Buffering from the errors and __ ; .5. THIS NEW
Indiscretions of youth nervous weakness, early I ELISTIC' TRUSS

decay, loss of manhood &c., I will send a recipe -
!.1j ...ff lias a frsul diiferent from alt!
ARTISTIC MERCHANT TAILOR that will cure you.FREE OF CHARGE.This greatremedy 1' othfTS.. is cnt>shape, ,with Set I:
SENSIBLE j-.jujlins:: : liall:: in -enteradrtj. :
was discovered by a missionary In South .. ilf ti> all positions of firs;
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to'the TRUSS body white:: the bait in the cup
; @;- presses! back the Intessaa -
English, Parisian and New York Styles. REV.JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D, New York City.CECIL S/ iinos just as a person
OGS With the ingor. With light pressure ihelierdate -
helilecnrc-lr Our, f nifrht.and a cO'crtaln.
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PL-UMr ERVETERINARY It la dnmbiv and cliean.: Sent by mail.Cir-
Pants, from $6 to SIB ; Suits, from S25 to $65. H. ;-,' ..-

Workmanship. Cut and Finish Unsurpassed. 'i'I i SURGEON ASTHMA CURED!

If you want Complete Satisfaction and Guaranteed Fit call on me atNo violent
Instantly relieves the most attack and
Student of the Royal Veterinary College of I insures comfortable *!eep. nO HAITIJG fOP REf. .
11% W. Ray St., Jacksonville Fin. I l ondon. StJ.T .Bein?used by inhttlon.itsaction: is 1m-
| mediate. direct and ct.rtain.and A cure is the
Will J\t1nverall! communications through let- result in all curable cases. A single trial convinces -
the most skeptical. Price Few and$1.00of
ters and telegrams. any draggfat or by m et1. Sample Free for
stamp. UP. It. ClIlFFMAiNN.M.'CHICHESTER'S .Psotg III...

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Rpp,1 .< FO"V-T' Htables.anclTFIIIRKV .
l\.lORlt.T80N, 8" A.PVLTON'; & ("0., ANICE1 SI ,
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Correspondent:- Ambl-LEESnURG. Marvin &, umter Stockton County, Jacksonville, Florida.Fla.; Rank of Manhattan Co., O P I gu(J( atlioit-\\itlnmtpain.!\ HABITS cured Hook Safe The and always Original ReliabJDeware and Only of worth ENGLISH.Genuine.Imitation."

New York Clt\; Mtlvllle, Evans A Co., 7.:) Lombard Street, London, England. of iartirnls.'nt<< Free.
lI DIES Ask I> fur
1J5lebte! ItA your ruZffl
A general Hanki. ur business\ conducted. Accounts opened for depositors and collections _._..R. 1i'oOLL.t) J P. .Atl nta.R''" thlcheater'.EnelUh"and take no other."or taulose 4c.

made. Money ptRcf'd! on mmtgaee for Investors. ______ ____ __ ___ __ _._u _ (nampi)to us for particular in letter by return mall.
REAL E Ih"p'\RnUNT.-COt & Co. Fruitland Park GardeniaP. NAME PAP-=:R. Chlchenter Chmlc COot
"TATK respondents: ,
Sa Uadiiton
"WANTED' for Itr. CcotUs.beautiful txjuare,I'bUada,Pa.
0.,i Hummer) Co., Fin., hnd S Delaliay :-)Westminster, London, England.' Agents riertricl Corsets! Sold by I>ruffc> !.t* ererywherfi. Ask for "Clilche-
Investors and settlers re Invited to communicate personally or by correspondence. *
ru"lir, Melts etc- Sample free. No ter* JincUsU" J.enn-ro-all.lU.. Take no other.
risk quick sal:"s. Territory given, satisfaction
E. M. L'E'+nJv. W. A. DELL. guaranteed. Address

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Sai'o Deposit Safe. MARRIED LADIES ABLE; in ,A.. N. OOr5JlVS &! BRO.

Open Dally (Sundays and Leal Holiday excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. and samples securely sealed by return mail,
Safe Deposit' hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. and ,
enclose self addressed stamped envelope,
Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $tO, $15 and $20 per Year. name this pap"r, Crown Chemical Company,
1018 Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa.
Reliable Lady Agents
' \V. N. BAKER. Cashier. HEN It Y A. DEMGL.E, Manager.E. r!,

W. AONEW, Pre .ldent. A. McINTYRE, Cashier. )


.0A PITA T $5O.OOO. .' '
Correspondent: Mercantile National Rank, New York. I ,; .. } l' ."
Collections all parts of Florida promptly attended to. A FRIEND IN NEED.Dr. t"J J l.V /1---
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Ssvcct'sINFALLIBLE I Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters

44 W. Forsyth St., Opt St.Johns Hotel.
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
of the natural Bone Set- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE Sweet Connecticut -
ter. Has been used for more than -V) bears,
\CKHOXVn L"\ FLA.,' and Is the best known remedy for Rheumatism ,. Gunsmlthlng:; done In all He branches.

Has tor sale choice" Loge Orange Proves and Wi'd' Lands. Allows Interest on deposits, Col- ,Neuralgia!sprains,Hrnlses,Cuts,Burns, IRON SAFE WORK.
,, lecth Rents and Interest, Negotiates Lo.ns, etc., .U. Wounds and all external injuries. f
i:0.SEELRY.t'xaasdcnt.. I.. D. llOSjUCU, Treainfrjsr.>. {sOLD. BY AJX DKUGG1STS-TRY IT. Spocial rates on Stencil Cutting,by mail.
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Of the best quality of heavy oak, hickory and cabbage hAmmock. having miles of river and '
bay fronts and best water protection in Florida. Especially I have 2,000,000 Acres of Land on my books to select from. Have small groves as well ,::

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

...... _3 ::1_ .... Coast. Will pay 5 per cent. on all sales made by you. For particulars, send for "THE:
bb$4 CQ=q -**yao i P&oS ( ORANGE GROVE.*'

fl :! { ANTHONY & YOUNG, S g=t ..O3. P JOHN CROSS, .

tellKa, ('l) "'1 C" "'1 !'! = ,.,. Liverpool,Manatee Co., Fla.
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Real. Estate & Insur. Agents g
u ao g on 9mA pc C. F. McQUAio. J. D.SMITH. D. R. BOWMAN.
.:- II 2 f: :2 G) g"d : (;c.1Q < 0i
I bi ...;E.! Jot Palmetto, Manatee Co., Fla. 5. n ;:, ::

C.d) 0 t g. < = e.cg McQUAIG'SREAL :
".20 POP Cop'
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Town property Improved and unimprovedIn "
all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and ESTATE AGENCY "t-
bay fronts. Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites ,
on mainland and inlands. Yachting unsurpassed. Correspondence solicited.

JOHN T. LESLEY, President. 8. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE,Bee. &:Treas ,

TAMPA: FLORIDA, Union Block, OCALA, FLA. (U.s.A. Retired.)

Orange Groves, Pine and Hammock LandsIN San Antonio, llcrimmlo Co., Fla.
Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every
description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive Marion, Sumter, Hernando,Orange,Polk and REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE,
H 111!sbo rough Counties.
Pamphlet and newspaper. BAIL(.AIDS. Notary Public and Conveyancer.

A 2-story Livery Stable,30 stalls,24 head of Solicits lands for sale. Prompt attention to
W. R. BROWN & CO. horses and mules, buggies, ett-., all In One all correspondence. Send stamp for Circular '
trim,in Ocala, sold to close up an estate. Big and Land List.
23 acres bearing hammock grove,one mile
REAL ESTATE DEALERS from Court-house, and on pr nclpal avenue,
all high and well protected by original forest 571,320 ,: ACRES
fI growth; good well of water, small 2-room
BARTOW, POLK COUNTY, FLA. house; trees in thriving condition. Price, .
REJ'ER1tNCES-GOV. E. A. Perry Tallahassee; Hon. A. J. Russell, Jacksonville; Hon. $18,000.100 acres best hammock land, 60 acres ...\'

Walter Gwynn, Panford. cleared balance in wood,2%miles from Belle- South Florida Lands
DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR. NOTARY PUBLIC. view. Price $3,000Yill sell this in 40-acre ,
tracts at $35 per acre. This land has I unning l
COOIa' E] cRi V0 water on it and a splendid muck pond near
that will afford very desirable fertilizer for situated in the counties of Orange, Brevard.
Real Estate Brokers and Agents vegetables. Volusli. -utnter. folk tfernando, Hillsbor
I 10 acres hammock land,1 mile of"lira Station ough a d Manatee, and
,7 acres I in bearing grove; trees not injuredby
61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. cold,enclosed by good fence; two city lots

Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. City In Cttra. All for$3.EXJO. 849 TOWN LOTS
2000 acres land from 2 to 3 miles of Belle-
and Suburban Property for Sale. view; 1,500 acre best hammock balance No.

Correspondence solicited. __ I pine and mixed land. Price$2} per acre. .
Property on the beautiful lake weir at from In he towns of Klslimne, Winter Haven,
$20 to$.O per acre. Call on or addrps-above. Lake ( .
Eagle! iurdnnviile, Harlow, Auburn-
2,500,000 ACRES OF LANDFOR dali I..akeltndt.ruer! : Mango and Orient.
ORANGE HOME. AlsoLott In th** town t Pember'on, Oweus-
boro, lUchiaml, Ka hleen and Haakeli, on
SALE BY line 0'the Pembeiton I Kerry tiranch. A map
and descrlpme notp of South Florida,show .
ing location of these lands, will be furnishedon
A Beautiful Spot in a Healthy Location.
application to he( Land Department of

THH FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY1, the South::; Florida. Railroad l'ompany.

Unequalled for Orange Culture and Trucking.On S. CI. CHASE
Acting, Gen'l Land Ajrt.S. F. R. R. Co '

Columbia Bradford Putnam Alachua the F. R. & N. Co's main line 25 miles Sanford, Fla.
Clay, Levy, Marion, Orange, ::1:"
south of Ocala, 8 mites orth of Leesburg.

, Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard; Baker, Polk & Manatee, Transportation unexcelled.A MAYWOOD.Groves .

specialty of Educational Facilities!, moral ,
Consisting of the finest Orange,Farming, Vegetable and Grazing Lands In the State of Flor- home Influences, health and reasonable
ida. Price $1.25 per acre and upwards, according to location. profits from all agricultural and industrial made and warranted on the most
favorable terms, in one of the most healthy
For farther information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palaiia,Fla. Orange pursuits. Home All I ask and is vicinity.personal inspection sections of Florida. Boarding and house to

rent at moderate prices. end for particularsand
L. N. WILLIE, W. P. COUPER, Will sell Real Estate Orange Groves,Town 20 cents for glimpses at the Orange Land.
Lots, Hammock and High Pine Lands. For reference we refer you to the editor of
Chief Clerk and Cashier,Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. this paper. Direct to
Orange Home is an ESTABLISHED TOWN-
W. Forsyth St. mails, general stores,etc. Oman, P!a.KISSIl .

Corespondence solicited. References of the
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best furnished.
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,.Don't buy until you write to me.

r W. E. SIMPSON TV. C. DODD, Real Estate Agency.

Orange Home, Sumter Co., Fla. .

.' ,. Braidentown Real Estate Agency. .
Healthy Lands! Low Prices:!

::': : ", "';'')">'-I'''i', .:: ,. ..', ', ,2, .',' '"'" REAL ESTATE.Wild Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent,and Justice Kissimmee offers the best chances for set
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of the Peace, tiers in Florida. It Is the coming district Mall
.' Braldentown, Manatee Co., Fla. who know the 8 ate testify. There It Big
t' ',' -; Money for Investors In Town Lota.
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; : : ; : Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estateon

commission. Eighteen; years' residence. li igU Pine and Hammock Lands '
in Manatee County. Personal knowledge of
most of the lands throughout the county. At reasonable price
,, I I AN a practicing Attorney and a* County
II I Judge for a number of years, I have had occasion Also good land for Truck Farming. A few

Improved, FARMING, Grazing, Timber, Orange and TRUCK Lands, Orange to become Records familiar with many titles mail Bearing Groves on tracts of from
and the County Having been continuously -
Twenty to Eighty acres, a/very low price
Groves Land in all parts of the State! ,
engaged All these years.In the actual These Groves are easily enlarged,and afford '
cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable start. solicited.
a Correspondence
,.\ .',. products of this semi tropical section
'" ," 1, ,' elves me advantages in i the selection of the WM. BOM WELL,
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various qualities of lands suitable. Maps
andbstrac t81urnished,Tlt1esexamtned and Kissimmee,Orange Co.,Fla.
: CITY AND SUBURBAN Deeds executed. Information furnished. Correspondence -
i .:''\i \', solicited. W.M.LEDWITH. c.BOLXJEX.
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NOTE.-Braidentown situated on the >
. t: -" .: south bank of the beautiful Mniiaiee River,
,1;, t; ._ .. .' about thirty-five miles south ol Tampa. Has LEDWITI-I & SOLLEE, r Jt:

..; : .PiOPe'rt7. Town and Beach Lot,Benta Collected Money Loaned. \ and'Invested.' daily. Adjacent service by are the the elegant lovuyTeiTa, steamer Ce'a Margaret. I"t.sot& DEALERS IN ; 'r, "

.ana Palma ola U ytr;teeming with aU
kinds ot fish,clams and oysters; ant here on REAL ESTATE I
l' the Gulf coast are ttie most beautiful buildIng '.
si if s in the world,with t thousands of acres Office,No.7 Herkimer Block ", '
; of hammock and kind,where
pine tropical
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,_. .': + ::: ;, .::1, ', :<:, ,: :' 25 fraitsand choicd Vtgefeftte* tig to JACKSONVILXOC,FUL. }
> !);-...:....j..;".. ', ,\"'\". ;1.;''t';." .... .1. .'. '''' -' "t ,'. ..--7." '," may grown ...
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; CLARENCE M. GORDON Season. 1887. THE Season 1887.
: :LVL ..LI: ? E:; s.;
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;. ;;' < Oranges COMPLETE AND SPECIAL CROP VegetablesVegetables
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r\,.... ." ..,-i '.: --- .'.' .,.,'r:.'M/I: :. SOUTHERN AGENT FORIrving's ., Oranges MANURESSTILL
'''''''';'''I'o:'':,'' Oranges IIUPROVEl'IIENT'TegetabIes
< :. Oranges In adapting them to the most successful Vegetables
:Patent Water-Proof Building growth of Vegetables, Oranges and
OrangesOranges Fruits on Florida soils. Vegetables

Paper () These Mapes :Malturelf Vegetables
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granges( (as acknowledged by the best scientific Vegetables
a and practical authorities See the Mapes
.y Granges Pamphlet for 1887)) afford the Florida Semi-Tropical
Orange, Fruit and vegetable-growers
ROOFING. SHEATHING, LINING, CARPETING AND RUGS. Small Fruits the only safe, rational and economical Fruits
teatof mannrtny.

1i 1 Their High Grade Standard Fully Maintained.All .

i ALSO AGENT FOR the official analyses published by the Agricultural experimental stations((1888 and
',.. '- .. past vears) show that the high guaranteed standard of the:Mapes Complete and Special
'" ; : Crop :Manures(highest in the world has been fully maintained. Send postal for new pam-
THE phlet 1887, which gives analyses, guaranteed composition, prices and all desired Informa-
HERRINGTON $5 TYPE-WRITER. tion,viz: How to get them,how to use them,etc.,address

i TYSEN, SMITH & CO., (Our Forwarding Agents) Jacksonville, Fla.Dr. .

: f .G. W. LANCASTER, DeLand Fla. I G. D. CLIFFORD, Eustis, Fla.
,'I Send for Circulars and Samples. Agents wanted everywhere. I'
., Dr. J. N. BISHOP, Sanford, Fla.THE .
I No.53%West Bay Street,Jacksonville,Fla.
MAPES CO., 158 Front St., New York.



M.L: : : :L. FLC> F-ISf: : G PHOSPHATE ,.

Corrugated Iron,Fire Proof Iron Shutters,kc.,Metallc.Bulldlng.Supplies. .
State Agents for E.Van Noorden&Go's CHARLESTON, S. C.
7< Wf Rt Bay street JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
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Booksellers, Stationers Paper DealersNo. i_

< Soluble Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Ash Element,
39,West Day Street, Jacksonville, Fla. German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats,
High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes.


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


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

Music Games Dolls Toys and Fancy Goods .
Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door CALCINE I HUMUS !

f Amusements.

} liar court's Fla Fruits mid How to liaise Them. New Ed. Revised. En THIS UNEQUALLED .
larged'and fully Illustrated. Cloth................,......................................$1.25. a I'
Moore's Orange Culture, Itev. Ed. ...... ..................'...,.................................>'1.00 '
D eml e r' Truck Funning In the South. ... ................................................... 160 FERTILIZER FOR ORANGE TREES ,
Whitner's warden ng In Florida.... ..... ... .... .. ....... ........ ...... 1-50 J:
McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida.........................r...................... ........ 4.00 Is delivered at your nearest Station, ::)'
t I have all the Maps, Hooks,etc.,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica ;'II'
tion. Legal Blanks of every description.PATRONIZE }';';
a I .A.t $16 :JerrOD.: ;":\ ,

r \ W. W. HICKS,

...,\'....' .. Fort Mason,Fla.
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Snowflake Baking Powders, DEALER .

Railroad. Steamboat and Mill Supplies, Pure White Lead, Zinc and Colors, Glass, Putty,
i Varnishes,Brushes, Plain and Decorative Wall Paper,Doors",Sashes,Blinds,etc.
,. .And see that you get them as they are the best In the Market. Manufactured only by the i Mixed Paints, all Shades and Colors-write for estimate. Locks, Sash-
t e .. \'. ,' : Weights Cord, Hinges, Screws,etc. Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement.
Cor.Whitaker. President and York Streets, - SAVANNAH, GA.

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"'.;.'.r....... Office and Laboratory No.31 Newnan Street,near Bay,next to Hotel Tognl, PIANOS I AND ORGANS.

".. Jacksonville, Fla.

} Write for Trloe List and mention the Florida Dispatch. BIG BARGAINS.
-. }- : I I have purchased at a rare bargain: the entire stock1( Pianos and Organs of A.Peterson
of Gainesville and Palatka,and for next hirtv days will make a grand clearing pale of these
: instruments and my present stock of Pianos and Organs. Rare bargains can be had as I eo
: FLORIDA DISPATCH North at an earlv date to make arrangements an entirely new tock of Pianos and Or-
; gans. As I am not in the habit of advertising in the usual stereotyped "thirty day bar-
gain!'style,pantCfwUl understand' that.I mean business and wllJ offer nmnln bar "i,,*
I : : On.1y: $2 per 'Year: whirs'th9 saJe Iastas. A. B. aUURBEUL'S MUSIC HOUSE, Jacks mVU.hiI *


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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. 1W775.

Great Southern Fre Passenger Route between New England and -, "
Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest. ..;: '

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No Transhipment.First-Class Passenger- Accommodations.43- No Extra II.nnd.llnaUCabin wIII.1IA.M:: ,..A.. JBCcJFt.S, A T

(Successor to J. E. Hart)
Passage, $20; Excursion 835.00; Steerage, $12, .
20 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.I
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handle none but the Best and most Reliable!Seed*. My new Catalogue will be sent free on
The'--euperior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in '"

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


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:'" z.. -".' ', J. E. Tygert & Co.'s 4 Star Brand ,Fertilizers. ..

.. Guaranteed Analysis. ., .r
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OITY OP MACON, Capt. Kelley...._................................._...Thursday, Sept. SO,at 8:30 p.m MURIATE OF POTASH, SULPHATE POTASH,
O ATE CITY Hedge........*......................_..........................Thursday. Oct. 7,at 2:30: p. m NITRATE SODA KAINIT ETC.
OITY OF M AIN Capt Kelley................................................Thursday, Oct. 14,at 7:30 p.m ,
HATE CITY ,. Hedge................_.............._..........?...........Thursday, Oct. 21,at 1:00 p. m Prices July 27 tl
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley................................._......_..Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p. m on application.BRADLEY }:
GATE CITY CaP. Hedge. ...... .... ? ........... ... :.. .Thursday Nov. 4, at 1:00: p.m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley. ............................................Thursday, Nov. IIat 6:00 p.mGATE ', '
CITY, Capt. Hedge .. ; ........ ........................ .....Thursday Nov. 1 ,at 11:30: 0.. m FERTILIZER CO.
OJ'IT OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.................?........................Thursday, Nov. 25, at 7:00 p.m ,
UArE CITY Capt. Hedge...................._...................................Thursday, Dec. 2atJl:30 a. m
CITY OF MACOr Capt. Kelley................................................Thursday, Dec. 9,at 5:00 p.m OF BOSTON. '
U ArE CITY, Capt. Hedge........_..............................................Thursday, Dec. 16,at 10:30 a.m
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad Georgia Savannah, Florida
1 and Western Railway and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. ATTENTION, ORANGE GROWERS !
(Florida: Dispatch)and the Steamers of the b s Island Route.W. .

H. RINu NIckerson's Wharf Boston. Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.Result :S\
For Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON&: BARNARD Agents, Savannah,Ga.
For Tickets apply to connecting lines.
of Nine Years' Experience in Orange Culture.
NORWALK, Fla.. September?, 1885.'
Having had nine years' experience In orange culture In FlorMa, und having tried various
SAVANNAH LINE. kinds of lertlllzers: 1 feel It my duty to m neighbor* to pay that your goods have proved of
more value to me for orange trees than any other fertilizer I have used:
.JI: :_: E -FOR-pt I have given Bradley's" range Tree Fertilizer and Fine Ground Hone a good test for two
A' years having used your goods by the side of others where I could compare results. I shall
55 to 60 Hours .. invest In no other,and cheerfully recom mend 5 our goods to the public. M. R. BEAN.

between NEW YORK
Attention, Florida Gardeners a

SAVANdH __ t; --.urn- Use Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer .<, -,,

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NEW YORK Prepared Especially for fiorida'rruckera. _'



Steamship Company. OCAL.' Fin..September 15,1885.
The"Bradley's Florida Vegetable: Fertilizer" which I hcught of j ou last season has given
most excellent results,and I take pleasure: in Riving you this testimonial.", I find this fertilizer -
(Central or Meridian Time.) to be Just what it is represented,and I cannot speak too highly in its. fvor. I want
Passage Rates' Between Savannah and New YorK same amount this season. 1'. G. EICHELBERGER.
FORT MASON, Fla.,August 2*, 1885. ,
Io or from New York,Cabin, S2>; Steerage,812.50; Excursion (return trip),$43.50. We have used Bradlpy's Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and orange trees,ant they '
!: Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: have given better satisfaction than any fertilizers we e\er used. DA VIES&TAYLOR.


CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine.............-.......................Friday, December 3-ll:<{))0a.) m of Pure Fine Ground Bone. Pal- :
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton...........-........-...-....................Monday, December 6- 2:00: p. m Full Supply Bradley's Bradley's
TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher. ......................................Wednesday, December 83:30: p.m metto A Phosphate, Bradley's Sulphate of Potash, .
MM Y OF AUGUSTA t Capt. Nickerson....._......._..............._.Friday, December 104:30 p. m >
CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt. H. C. Daggett......................Monday, Dpcemberl7:00p.m Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc. .
Oil ATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine............._.............Wednesday December 15- 8:30:: a. m
OCHEE.I.Capt.. .. ................ ........-.. ..Friday, December 17-10:00 a. m t
NAILL AH ASS EE, Resher.............................?...........".Monday, December 20- 1:80 p.m Send for Circulars.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson.......................,..Wednesday, December 22- 3:30 p. m GEORGE E. WILSON, State .
CITY OF S'-V ANNAH, Capt. H. 0. Daggett...... .................Friday, fecember244:30 p. m 50 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .
CJHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine....................................Monday, December 27- 7:00 p. m
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton.......................................... December 29- 8:30 a. m "
TALLAHASSEE. Capt. Fisher............_......_.........................Friday, December 31-10:00:: a. mTHtfi C> -CFt.. ..A.V- C> ].=I. "JL" Tl TCP1 ::1A :1-
[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.] ,,, '
Orange Trees and All :KiiiclH: of VCl'c'tnbJcs. -
OESSOUG, Capt. Smith..........._.......................................Saturday, ,December 4-12:00 n'n \ .
J UNI ATA, Capt. -.....-.................................................Thursday, December 94:00 p. m Natural food for plant-life- Especially adapted to sandy soils Anyone wishing to obtai '
DKH3OUG; Capt. Smith................................;..-.....-.....Tuesday, December 148:00 a m a strictly good fertilizer will find it to hip Interest to try thin. It in not a cone ntrated 't
rifNIATA, Ca Pt. --.........................-..............._...............Sunday. December 19-12:00 n'n chemical fertilizer but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The eflect is permanent.
DESSOUG: 'apt. Smith.............._...............-.........................._ Friday December 24- k:00 0.. m Price ( in Sacks ) $10.00 Ton.
JUN1ATA, Capt. -........-...........................-.......-........Wednesday, December 29- 8:00 a. m per
Send for Circulars. I have no agents. Address 'j, w

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

HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL, Agent, .' ,
Pier No.85 North River,New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah Ga. CHARLESTON 8. C. }
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia. -...'.'4.?\\f: .
J.; D. HASHAGEN. Eastern Agent, Sav.,Florida Western Uy. Co.,Broadway,N.Y. Ashely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer. ", :
For Tickets apply to connecting lines. Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops, :: k_
Agent. and also used by the truckers near Charleston,for vegetables. x

Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees,bananas, etc -'.' : ;

SETTLERS AND INVESTORS.SAN Ashley Dissolved Bones. Ashley Aeld Phosphate "

Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate: of Soda. Sulphate Ammonia, KainltMuriate t..
,Potash,Cotton Seed Meal,etc.
For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers,and good articles on Peas, Kainlt
,Ter Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for Investments Cultivation. Floats,etc.,address ,.
rtaln Market for Farm Produce: Attractive SUPS for Homes; Railroad and Daily Mails:
also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantiq City on the Installment PJan if d slred. Address THE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMBSAtfY ; ;1'1'I
J w&KVT: UTBH. President. over Bank of JackGOwU,OT w. B. GRANT Sirpt., "
bwn Pablo,Florida. I Charleston,8. C. ak a

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