The Florida dispatch
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055757/00056
 Material Information
Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1887
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
lccn - sn 95026759
System ID: UF00055757:00056
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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4 Chu.. .iv. Da ..&ar 'PmPrletorK t ... JackAbiivllle', Fla., ,Monday, ,Jannary ,l..,, 1887. t) Established 1809.' '
A:,-'.li.hlauvllle, t ; .. ) New"Series: Vol. 7, No. 3*
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Tlt.7l WtVATT. GEO. I*.'BAHCOCK.: 'PRIC.E! 'T'I1lE1.4) WEST. -- 1
i Crockery, '
G. A. DREKA & CO., Proprietors. -,: s

Enlarged and:Improved. Capacity doubled Tin-ware i C. S L'E. N G"L E', f V Chandeliers_ China, CAPT. J. MINOT' Manager.. : '

In 1888. Elegant now furniture. Electric,Hells, Iron-ware DELAND, FLA.
etc. Tennis, Croquet, Billiards, Boating. ;etc. -. t ,Lamps, Accommodations for 135: Guests. SituatedIn 4
Table supplied' with the. best of everything. Oil Stoves, :. AKDGranite jBnrners! the very center of the city,conveniently io-". ,y
Fresh vegetables from hotel garden every nay Silver-ware., '; Chimneys, sated to Postottice.Telegraph office,Churches, ".'i?
In the: year. Milk In, abundance from the 1" Gas. Fixtures, etc. Surrounded by beautiful grassy ground! ,.:,: J ;'
< Irondequoit. Dairy. V arranged for Lawn Tennis, Croquet and other' .f '.
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I "tf. \ House Furnishings i COMPANY (Freezers .. VV
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; .' LAKE, HELEN, VOLU8IA CO., FLA. .. ... ,
I Refrigerators? A select. I Orchestra, has been secured tot'th& -', : f: '
I ',"(. -. Cutlery, .; : '
: l' '' season, -
Gate Filters .
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{ / LAKE HELEN:' Fire Dogs, : ,., Bate*,S2.5U pur Hay arid ifpvrard.Special '
; JACKSONVILLE FLA. Dinner Tea and V
.. Rates,by Week or Month.
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Atlantic '
The,Blue Spring, Orange City and '
', ]broad is''now' completed to Lake, Helen, Baskets Wooden-ware: I, V Toilet, Sets. Hotel, Furniture and Fittings ,N w., lInt
.. and Cold.Water Run and Closet,on each floor.
ofid dally;train service has been put on, connecting ;;' A'
wit,i all trains over the J.,T. fc K.''W.. Particular= Mill Electric Bells. All protection possible. against :: '
to Orders.
...By.and also St.Johns River.steamers. Tour'JatIIahould.Dof'raU _-. '; .-*\...',_ .> Fire., Write- for-.particulars.- .. -, :.:. .
::, to:;take, a, trio over this r. '
router' .as''It do directly across the "W. T.'FOUBES.. W. P. GIPFORD. C.G.:PE.\, JtCE., J. B. CIIBISTIK$, Attorney. :
Ea 'famous'iOrange Ridge"! of:.'Volu81a. County, : Real Estate and Loans.. .
at.4ts-broadest'and' most."'attractive point;
beau- W. T. FORBES & ,CO:
throwghextensfve Orange'"Groves, past '. :'
: ;tiful:laJuc elegant winter homes;orer.a;well
1., balloted:::roiul-bed.broad gauge, heavy steel
rell+ ;'e4effnt' .Pultnan Car ,' courteous' em- .. V .G,., B.: GSIFFIN" & 'SON, .' a'A'
,'ployees pleasure,;trip and.jail Attractive./ that 'combines' "t :''to, make 'Florida 0 1 ..a al7 RstatR ;\\Hxchana8, and' taw' OMCRS: ;. ." .., "'JI"" : ,

,This route,etarting at-Blue Spring Landing .
',on the St.: Johue.KTver,close by celebrated: .
,mammoth sulphur'spring of this.name upon '
Property Bonght-antlSold in County of Florida.
whose bosom me largest steamers could float, every .',"' i., ,: : .
In: the,mldt.of-,the:tropical ,luxuriance of a '
river-hammock, crosses the main line of the Crtpltat:; IZIVCMte4l. Loans Negotiated,. Taxes Adjusted, and Paid, LEGITIMATE INVESTMENTS. .
J'r:1: {.'*W'I1y: ,:atBlue $pr1n -Junction, ::*- .. ;' '0 .
one mile from,the river. Orange .City, the :: : ] Titles,, '" 'Examined. Coif .nncing;, Surveyiiisr- etc., ,'
next' station. is a'growing, busy, town,' surrounded fiend for'our V Real Estate Bulletin.-" .. ',,:'l;:
by extensive orange groves. From .. .' ,
thence tri',Lake Helen, the. present.terminus, .rr. .., V W. ':T. FORBES' & Co. ; ..
we pas*through a nark like pine forest, inter- J. -" .".,
Aspersed. .with clear: lates) ft ne_orange, groves: ;
AbellBlfok 1 ,' 32 .West.Bay,Street Jacksonville! Fla..
knd.\\1uterlomcs.: and connect with the nee ; ... :
t, "und. Extension of ,the same system Just before J Information. 'cheerfully furnished.< -,:, :

;of South reac11ing-.LakcJelell Florida. This Is, without"ViiLaCity"exception, V :E:':l.':i :1.: s, d:! 11. i L- '." ,- -,_: -"" .

.f ," V the'prettiest town on the peninsula;and no ,REAL ESTATE BROKERS 60, 'Ye't. BaytL' et, V. V V -V : ( ,;
pains\ haveJaeen 'pared or mistakes made, in '. JACKSONVILL'E. : '
.making the most.of Its natural attractions. Best selections In 1..1tyand Suburban Lots,Orange Groves and Truck ft Farms.'lne Lands, ,.- : ., ,< r <' V V
Its commodious;hotel.the *" liarlan 'House."" ,, Ratlmnd'and Government L .l1l1s.lovely VllU mites on the St. Johns River etc.-, -' -
t WithIts, annexes, and the many attractive< AM business pertAtnln, to Ke'eI Eolate promptly attended to and satIsfaction guaranteed. ( 75 West BayStrcet, Jacksonvlllch"'., ; : :
and ;elegant ,munsions and unique .cottages,. OFnC.ES.lndsor, Alachua County, -
surrounded by I beautiful gardens nnd lawns; I Inverness, Uernando County.! ;
dJ.ark s Cove G"1.1an.C
V nnd clustering around the b ue,waters of Lake The, ., .. : ; ;
n Helen. The balmy breezes which blow from .:. --::>> It N. ELLIS C. B.. i V :Ai E:: .
a, Ocean and Gulf,and'which at Its arc not Intcrccpied A V 0 < 3 ;. MAroUlkct: J"
4 V ameliorating the winter's cold*,nud c.',. i 3 ..
: tempering the' summer's heat making It the ;il:a, ,, :lr.:-.0= ELLIS .& MCCLURE\ .
:, healthiest and most comfortable spot on :the, :: .r".!.. --= .
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F coat(pJlten.her'' for a* permanent, residence ot:oa,, : I- r ii2- Architects and Civil Engineers '
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.pt IDT sojourn n cither or
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0 %of all kind,Military ,work.e'c.
A'trip 'through South 1loridawithout a ,= 4. $<, '. _:;).c' =, i Rooms 7 stud 8 Palmetto Block, liayht.
cannot but be .-. .".". ctJ";, .., .'. > 0 .. ? -
At tbi ; country .. .
glance lovely :: P.O. Box 78 JucktMnvllle, >'lo. '
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makes handsome and perfectly E
This Rose a pi! on tho J.,'r.-h K.:W. Ity between PaUtkaatul
\, Impassable fence; said blast, an hunuredyears. .... t U 114'C. ;.0 : y g.. VManford,to miles oulh of Jacksonville.: Ik is*
Plants can beset until, February, not I.,11II. > .t... ...Q:< : _:.t.. :.. :. ...' x> m 'i.... on the high pine ridge on the shores of Lake

I- later.Address.. W, I- <.. .-...1:01..:. -.c ..' .,, .... '...-4.. .-W.. Louise,and i tmrrnnnded by u 'fertile an Al.orMfiiiA,
-, Q' c ... -< =" country. It has conipllcte system. ofwaterworku
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:::: :: aJ i. anti Hewers in up ration. "
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: Vines Containing private ,
: Blackberry Plants and Grape w 00 0 < ,'
: ,, ; ;.:. Z.-__;:.. :: ;nc billiard room. etc. is managed: l.v ')lr. II. "'
'. ., Channel,late steward of the i ren Jon Club, '.....
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at lowest possible prices, =-
r By Mail, postpaid, .. ; -. ,PO.o Manchester Kn;!lnnd. under the general di.
,-and -safe' arrival guaranteed.. The 'Grape- C = :: \ reckon! ot the He',the Comp,my. y
vines are tested Northern varieties, grown on Li:, S=m= '- V ;,S :nc Lots,and ucre property:: fur ale on reasonable -
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my own :place'from catlings. For free,price' a = : term Settlers and tin J iuvettora are te-
I c<..... .z-- quested to visit the town. "Addre" **
:' ..- list and description,address : SEVILLE( COMl'ANYMMvI11eFla.! ] 1
Ica t 'n., :STERLE. Wightman & Christopher_ .. State Agents. Mason Youn?. Preddent. S> Wall 't New!

tf" '' Switzerland. BU Johns Ox. ,Fla.t' \ : Special\ terms, on apply:atlon. Jacksonville, Fla. York. R. Musun,Sea& Treas.,Seville Ha. ,

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; new greatest to.Florida In the

: fruit line that has been brought to public notice in 19 residence In the 12
: < my years' ,
::: / :C ,+i':' ;; :' .j, f. .t J$ :;::?t=..P i i' '"r' ,:. '." which I have'been engaged In the nursery business. It was my al u when the trees were

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; Mahlon Gore, N. L. Mills, Orlando, Fla.; Capt. D. A. IrwIn, Dr. C. H. Lan pliers,Zell wood;

; ,: : {; ii: 1 'oX :?A .f Kt. C J. Harkins Hllllard, Palatka; W. G. Wright, Mt.Dora; Rev. T. 'V. )Ioor., Sanford; Levi
; ; .., :"..,.., ... ', Risinger, P. A. Isaacs, Sorrento; Rev. H. J. Walker, Tanglerlne; Charles Phillips. ;'Robert
""" +... >.'L".1"'I: : '';; > Mills Chulusta Rev. C. A. Lander .
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.! : { : : <\:: Owing to ill-health, I last spring placed the; distribution and sale of trees for the coming..

l: : \lT} iJ ? of winter inquiry in the should hands be of addressed.JJIr. JamcH ITIott, Orlando, Fla., to whom .all .or.lers... andletters, ..

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,. .' jy.r .J. r WILLIAM CANNONAGENT -.'...;.<;.5.....;,.:...,.', .f..:,...';. Produce Commission Merchants
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: : : .' : Fruits, Vegetables llliles, Wool, JLUc.,
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't. : ,Dlsston Lands; Month Florida Railroad '
'} '"" pony's,Lands,,Okechobee Land Co.,etc., etc. .-. FLORIDA, ORANGES A SPECIALTY.

", : : KISSIMMEE, FLA. :.- '. 99 Street .' '
: 't. Bay SAVANNAH, GA. Jf -.,
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.a"w-: .' 1I1..o, !.. .. '. y' .'.. :-, {. -!- .; :" -::"" "' I :i":"" ; "1 l e,, ",.... ,.' ,.. .''.... ; ana Paper, Doors, Sashes, BlInds-etc.-
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South Front Street
Philadelphia. -
LEKSBURO"Surater County, Florida.- -
j Inau grators'of the Ventilated system ot.8blpplnst.trawberrle8 from Florida without:Ice.
rfl- AmbU Marvin&Stock ton, Jacksonville, Ma; Bank of Manhattan Co.,
OorrespOMdents: .
Reference: Our Account Sales with check every Saturday, for every shipment closed out.
New York City; Melville, Evans Co., 75 Lombard Street;London, England. that week. .
A general Banking: business! conducted. Accounts opened for depositors and collections ..'
w made. Money placed on mortgage for investors ;* 1O, Years JEstnl>ilHlictl.
Coirespondents Starylton & Co.<< Frultland.Park; Gardenia "
..,P. 0.,Sumter Co., Fla., and 8 Delabay Westminster, London, England. ::: G. S :- :PALMER: : : : ::0
Investors and Wettlerre Invited to communicate personally or by correspondence 'I {
'> ,Commissions: : Merohan.t:
: :' '. 166 Reade Street f FOR THK SALE | NEW YOKK. .

: ,.; DON'TDO IT "fruits' and 'Produce. AI oIlides'Fnrs. Honey, L tc. Florida Orange.apecialtE.
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j Garden; Field, ,or Grass:'Seed,. Seed Oats, Rye,..and., Barley,..Seed EL TO. THE ;CLIMATE OP' FLORIDA, 'INCLUDING!
-:",,-'. .'' '/.. _'-/. "" / "' The: OraJLge: and: I.: ..emoiz:

.. .' "' ' In. 'variety, other Citrus Friuts{ LeConte'and KeiflFer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons
(: v:<.:.:'-r--. '' : ; ',: -i'J'i.-. .. ;;;..t\\ Figs, Guavas, Grape. etc.
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3 4"'Or::, anything* ', "to plant- befoiit"gett.lniprlcesrrom. '. I'" '. ., .".. '. PEEN-TO. and' HONEY. PEACHES.. .SPECIALTY.
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SO'." SEED CO.lIHacon :Ga., "

.. J. R.: ELLIS Prea. & Manager Seed Grnwer8and. Dealers. *
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: DR. H. KNIGHT,, proprietor.Bellevlew .' .
r -OALOINE: : i ,ln'the highlands of Marion county, on the F.-R. & N. Railroad, !10 mile. 4onth

'. .: of o cal a. Its elevation and distance from rivers and swamp ensures a dry utmntpbcre* anal \
J ::.J: '. ..... .. freedom from fons. .Table first-Sias'. Northern cooks. All the Florida fruits and :vegetable t.
: '- ::-.::--" THIS UNEQUALLED in their season. This place is t'speclaUY'commended to those Of the invalid class;and others
who ueslre all;lhe cmniort. of a Northern. Uouie. SkllJtul medical attention wnen needed.: .

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) w.v 'w ; ,; Is dellveied{ at your nearest Station F .,. .
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I" .' .." : : '. '; :. '. .. Specialties : SOV'rIlEU* Fill)ITS AND VEiiKTAIlLKS. .
'./: ,.:e: '. ,. .;.'...d-.. '. .'. ', I Consignments solicited. Returns made on'day of sale, except for small shipment.
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tS '. :,. 'H. tt \V. W. HICKS. ;,. J. T.,Woflbrd, 'ort'IAfion, ''la.: F. C. Austin, Orange: City I Ma.: A. C. Usteen.Osleen. Fla;;
, ; \' !. Fore -" Fla.FURNITUR'E First National Bank, Camden,N. J.; VV. P. Clyde; &..Co., Philadelphia; Ocean Steamship Co.,
' : Mason. ,. 'Phi la. Office.) .Hon. .\. Canale_,.Charleston. S. C.; A. H. Champion, Savannah, Ga... ::.
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Healthy Lands! low Prices[!
CAPITAL $50,000.
Kissimmee offers the best chances for set.
iers In Florida. It Is the coming district as
Transacts a general Banking business. ill who know the Sate testify. There Is Big:
Money for Investors In Town Lots.

Buys:and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit ulgU Pine and Hammock LandAt
r'L cashed.Has'correspondents .
reasonable prices.

; : -in all the chief towns Atso good land for Truck Farming. A few
Parker Bros. Makers of Florida,also Seaboard National Hank an mail Bearing Groves on tracts of from
Messrs. C. M. Whitney &Co., New York. Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
-- In Great Britain: The Bank of Irelan I, hese Groves are easily enlarged,and afford '
New York Salesroom, 97 Chambers St. Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of BrilUl- 'i good start. Correspondence solicited.
North America and Melville, Evans & Co, .
LondonSIBLEY'S WM.Kissimmee. I30SWELL.
The PA.RKERleads them all In hard hitting qualities. At the Second:: Annual Tourr.a ,Orange Co.,Fla.
ment of the Chamberlain Cartridge Company held at Cleveland, Ohio,Sept 14, 18<6. out 01 --_ -- __ --. ---
Eighty-seven entrees from representative shots representing Fourteen States the PARKER:
4 Gnn won first and third money of the first class oflK)scores, winning $U:>O out of the '>y' FAIRVIEW NURSERIES
puree offered, adding another victory to 1885 which was the Second International Clay Fig- ,
eODTournamentfor the Championship of the World held at New Orleans, La., Febru at' ------- -
11th to IGth. PAKKFR BROS., Makers,Meriden, Co in STEDr.
for reference as tomerits,address the Kill tor of thin p tper.H O. R. THATCHER,

W. H. PILLOW SEEDSSend Manager,

San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida.

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKING, fonre Illustrated Catalogue -

Plants Vegetable, Bulbs, Flower, Implements.F Field., S E E D S The best varieties of the Orange. and Lemonand ,
: DC" by mall on application. Don't other Citrus Fruits.
& Oommission House. E
Forwarding \ neglect w itine for it.
Choice varieties of the Fig, of recent Intro
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO., duction.

Oranges Direct from the Groves for Sale by Single Rochester, N. Y. Chicaqo, III. TheCattley Guava,both the Red and Yel
322-32G E. Main St. 13-14 N. Clark !st low.
r Box or Oar-Load.
The Peach and Pear of the
sorts best adapted
to the soil and climate of Florida.

Other Produce .A..1so. The Japan Plum, varieties of the Mulberry
Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes, Pecans,etc.

All necessary facilities for handling Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops.
3 Catalogue free on application.

Packages suitable for shipping the above products both'made up and in the fiat always on
REFERENCES:-Crosby&Gowen San Mateo
hand and for sale; also other Growers' supplies,such as Hoops, Wrapping Paper,etc. Hon. t;. W. Lyle, San Mateo; !0. J. Webb.;
[Location the best, viz: P)1 ta t ka._

S., F. & W. RAILROAD WHARF, Royal Palm Nurseries,

and Stencils application.CLARENCE.
Circulars on
In dditlon to a full line of general nursery
stock adapted to the climate of Florida,we
M. GORDON I are constantly receiving seeds and plants
-c from all over the tropical and sub-tropical
Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters
world, many of which are Introduced for the
first time into the United States.
44 W. Forsyth St., Op. St. Johns Hotel. We can only mention a few of the rare
plants and treeswe, catalogue for the fall ol

Gunsmithing done in all its branches. Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose
IRON SAFE WORK Sour-Sops, Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish
Patent Water-Proof Limes,' Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries,
Building __Q"'I'in1__ _1_rAt"._p on_u Ntenril_"__ ___Cutting_ ,hy___mall._ ___ Maumee Sapotas, Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap-
ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizzias
Paper Over 6OOOOOO PEOPLE USEFERRY'S and Cassias in variety, Jatrophas, Fourcrayas,
Yuccas,Agaves, Dasylinons, Plumerias, Palmsin
( variety), Csesalpinias: and Poincianas, many
SEEDS kinds of Ipomeas, Cr ons, Dracaenas, and rare
D. M. FERRY & CO. greenhouse plants; ntigonons, Bamboos! East
moo I I .
admitted to be them Indian Pines and forest trees; Pandamus
ROOFING, SHEATHING, LINING, CARPETING AND RUGS.ALSO :it :10 it>g are LARGEST SEEDSMEN Veitchii, Musa Ensete* Cyphomandra betaceathe
"0 tit in the\corld. ( "Tomato tree" ot Jamaica); the "Melon
.. D. M.FERRY&CO'S Shrub" and White\ Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses
AGENT FOR '.!:! 1 IlIa.trat ". Vtt- and all sorts of snrubbery in variety.Red .
; Gi a : rrlptlTeAI'rlcrdSEED Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready,
THE HERRINGTON $5 TYPEWRITER.Send ;I ANNUALFor $2.00 per hundred, S15.w( per thousand.
1887 Ntw atniogue ready In October.
will be mailed Address REASONKH BROS.,
FREE to all Box Manatee,Fla
for Circulars and'.Samples. Agents wanted everywhere.No. applicants and .- -
to last season's
.55%West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. l \ customers 1N'ew :J1an'ts.ItccuuulIclldcd .
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i E THE CITRA NURSERIESHave I /'i _'' ton M.Eceryper.InMlllableto using Garden it.- for Florida.

on hand and;for.sale a large stock of fine r Field or
Planer SEEDS thould -
I Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange TI ees. tend for it.Addresa
D.M. FERRY & CO. Walnuts of Commerce; Hind's Paper Shell,
Blocks five and buds one, two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; well Detroit, Mich. Prreperturlens Japan Plums Adriatic
grown and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees, Roses, etc. Send for ; Figs,
descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhere.L. -- -- Olives, Pomegranates, Roses,and many other

W. LIPSEY &;CO., Cltra, Marion Co., Fla. GIVEN I AWAY It 100 funny Album Love Verses and, novelties. Everything healthy and free from
Marriage scenes, 1 scale. Everything reliable. Send for cata-

:Henry: : :Bayer ck, Soii, Fortune Teller,2"Kurius"Love-letters,12In logue, free. Pamphlet on Fig Culture 10

IMPORTER OF teresting Games, 1 Beau Catchers, 1 Magic cents. Many plants can be sent by mall.
Age Tab'et, the Language of Flowers, and
Bananas Cocoanuts and Oranges 200 samples of New Goods that will till your FANCHER CREEK NURSERY,
pockets with Gold. ALL SENT FREE loi
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Consignments of Florida Oranges solicited. Highest market prices and prompt account of Reliable Firm and all our readers should take For Curing Oranges and Lemons,
ales HENRY AVER & SON, advantage of it A T ONCE EiL We are now prepared to sell the right to use
215 East Bay, Charleston,S. C. the process for Curing Oranges and Lemons
in two days so that they will keep for months
X.II. L'KNGLE. W.A. DELL. 1887 in a perfect state, packed in the usual way

STATE BANK OF FLORIDA.Deposit My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are Send for descriptive Circulars.
perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and Florida Fertilizing Co.,
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or year. Jacksonville West Bay tit.ibley's .
Open Dally (Sundays and Legal l Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Too costly to give away, Twill, mall one to
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. anybody sending me a nickel to help pay ad- Tested

Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, SID,. $15 and $20 per Year. vertising, postage, etc. You need one and
should send soon before all are gone. Si Catalogue free on application.dS

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Fifteen, Years a Sufferer from Rheumatism. try P. P. P. He finally did taking so expecting to LAKE CITY, FLA., Jan.2, 1886. How I was Cured of So-Called Can-
derive benefit but after less than
no ,
P. P. P. Mnfg. Co., Savannah, Ga.:
two bottles eruptions appeared over and cer.LULATON.
WHAT Hoy. she Immediately began to improve, and now GENTLEMEN-I had Rheumatism for over GA., Aug. 15, 188! .
AL-AZT her skin is perfectly clear. She sleeps soundly six years, and last :May was taken down and
every night on an ordinary pillow and her confined to my bed. :My legs and feet were Dr. Whitehead:
I suffered fifteen years with Rheumatism, general health has not been better In years. badly swollen and the color of a red apple DEAR SIR-This Is to certify that I wag s
and during that time tried all the so-called Mr.Newman,who is a merchant in Lake City, and I was in a fearful condition. I heard of sufferer with a place on my under lip fof four.-
specifics that I could bear of. One of them I is vt ry enthusiastic over the cure, and thinksit P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium teen years,and was under treatment of differ
paid $ .OO per bottle for and took nine bottles the grandest blood purifier and tonic of the I ), and after seeing what the ingredients ent physicians, but they done me no good. I
and received no benefit from any of them. age. were-as the formula is on the bottle-I concluded had lost hope of ever being cured by medical
My grandson,who runs on the B. A: W. Rail- I to try it, and after taking three small treatment. I then went to a Doctor living Im
road finally got a bottle of P. P. P. (PricklyAsh bottles I was able to go down town and attendto Florida, who treated them by art. After going -
Poke Root and Potassium), while in An Eminent Physician's Opinion. my business,and I must say that I feel like to him it got well apparently for awhile
Wayeross. and Induced me to take It. The WAYCBOSS GA. March 3 1886. another mHn. Am now taking the large blze, but returned as bad as ever. I then concluded
first bottle showed its wonderful effects, and and to-day I believe that I will soon be as to try P. P. P., and after taking five bottle,
after continuing Us use; for a short time the P. P. P. Mfg. Cb.: likely as any man of 61 years of age can ex- pint size. I als- find it a good medlce to give
Rheumatism disappeared, and I feel like a DEAR SIRS After careful observation of pect to be. a good appetite and to give proper digestion.
new man. I take great pleasure in recommending the action of your remedy, I am prepared to A. C. LANG.A Yours most truly,
give it unqualified endorsement alterative -
It to sufferers from Phenmatlsm.,:; my as an L. J. STRICKLAND.
of very decided merit. I regard it
moreover, as one of the best remedies for DysP -
Albany, Ga., Junc12, 1886. psla. I gave It to my wife for Malaria and

General Debility, and 10 my surprise she was Remarkable Cure in Milton Fla.
GREENVILLE, FLA., June 25,1886.Dr. more bet eflted, than by any other remedy she ,
had ever tried, especially her Dyspepsia, MILTON, FLA., Jan. 2t), 1886.
Whitehead: DEAR SIR-In IMI I broke out with an Attack
which was distressing and of several
very This Is to that I have been afflicted
In the yenr IR7R I was attacked with a severe years' duration. She seems to have been en- certify of Poison Oak. Whether or not It came
with Scrofula Blood Poison for number of '
case of Blood Poison that defied all treatment.I tirely relieved of Dyspepsia, and has gained or back on me during the next three or four
went, to several physicians but found no re- flesh rapidly. I prescribe it with confidencein years. The best physicians of Mobile and this years I do not remember, but from 1865 to ISX*
said could be done for I
lief. Finally I went before a board of physicians j Rheumatism and other conditions requiring city nothing me. I I suffered most severely from repented attacks
also ook of S. S. S. but foundno
at Tallahassee and was examined, and a tonic, and Invariably with the most sat- a large quantity of this eruption. The use of some eternal : ;:-
relief In anything that I took. My limbs
my case was declared to be a virulent case of isfactory results. Respectfully, remedies gave a relief-'twas' only temporary -
were a mass of ulcers, and when I was sent to -till in 1879 I found that Iodide of Potassium
Blood Poison, and all the medicine they gave J. H. REDDING, M. D.
me foiled to eradicate the dreaded disease and a physician at Mobile my entire ody was a and Syrup of Harsarparllla benefitedme
my life was! in danger. Host the use of my mass of sores. I had given up all hopes, and not a little. However, even then I was
S left. arm, and physician. at this place said WAYCROSS, GA., Nov. 15, 188.5. as a last resort tiled P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, not cured, for from 1882 to 1885; tne attacks
Poke Root and Potassium and after using
that my arm would have to be amputated.The Dr. W. IT. Whitehead: ), were more severe, prolonged and frequent
four bottles small size the have
corruption that came from various sores DEAR SIR-At your reqest I will state my ( ) sores entirely than ever, corning upon me as many as four
was so offensive that I disliked to come case. Some years ago I contracted malariain disappeared,and my general health was and even five times a year. In the Spring ot
In contact with my friends and neighbors. I its most violent form while living at New- never better than at the present time and 1885" I took a course of 1*. I*. P.. and from that ,
people that know me think it a wonderfulcure. time to the present (June 25,1886)) I have been ;
took thirty-two bottles of an Atlanta Blood ark, N.J. I consulted various physicians and
Purifier, also a lot mnde in Baltimore and Intact took numberless preparations recommendedas Respectfully, free from eruptions of this poison. Only once,
everything that I could hear of, but received "sure cures," but it stuck to me like a early >n 1 his month,a few bumps appeared oa
no benefit. T had entirely desp ired brother-or more like a mother-in-law. I my wrists, but dried up in a day or two, being
when your General Agent, Mr. Clarkson; finally came South, and while here tried new the dying throes, as it were, of ibis horrid and
came h re advertising P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, remedies said to "always" cure malaria, and CHATTAUOOCIIEE, FLA., July 16, 1886. loathesome disease. After being plagued for
Poke Root and Potassium), and Induced me it still stuck to nee,and you know the broken- Dr. WhiteheadSavannah Ga. about twenty-five years with Poison Oak I
to give it a trial. I got one large bottle, tookit down condition I was in when I came to you. : consider myself cured,and by the use of about
and one and one-half small ones, and the You put me to taking your P. P. P and I improved DEAR DOCToR-Pleease send me one case one bottle of P. P. P.D.
various sores have healrd entirely and the rapidly, and am to-day in as good P. P. P., small size. Will settle balance due WATSON WINK
new skin has a clear healthy color, and my health as I ever was-in fact,better. As a rem- in a short time. The P. P. P. is making lau- Rector of Grace Church, Wavcrosa, Ga,
general health 1% better than it has been before edy for H broken-down constitution it has no rels everywhere In Florida. Success to your

in ten "' kn. I consider it the_ grandestblood equal. Yours, etc., .. __ brightest anticipations.
med eine.r me age; as mien a small T. P. COTTLE. Truly, your friend, -
amount shows its wonderful effects. I am THOS. RUM PH.

agent for the F. R. & N. R. R., at this place, -
Greenville, Fla., and take great pleasure in JACKSONVILLE, FLA., July I, 1885. J. T. Thompson, a well known saleAma.nt
recommending a medicine that.has performedsuch Two years ago I had the worst ulcer of my Another Case of Rheumatism Cured I. B. Seeley, of Philadelphia, writes:
wonders for me. Respect fuly yours, leg I ever saw. It had eaten down to the bone,
J. W. HAMMERLY, and my whole leg below my knee and my foot! SCIILATTERVILLE, GA., Feb. 25, 1886. Dr. Whitehead:
Agent F. R. & N. R. R. were swollen and Inflamed. The bone was i I had Rheumatism last fall in my legs and Please send me six bottles (large sire) P. P
swollen and painful and discharged a most i feet so badly that I could scarcely walk, and P. to Columbia, S. C. I want to take another
offensive matter. My! physician said I bad I could do no work at all. My father heard of bottle myself, and want to give the thers to spoor
LAKE CITY, FLA., June 24, 1886. necrosis of the bone, and my leg would haveto s P. P. P. having cured a neighbor of ours (Mr.to I I devil who has the Syphilis and who ha
C. H. Newman, of Lake City, Fla., says his come off.. At this stage I commenced t Henry Waldron) of a bad case of Rheumatism I spent all the money he had for blood medicines .
wife has suffered for se' en years with a complication take P. P. P. and bathe my leg with hot Cas- and bought one bottle to try it In my case. and is now in terrible condition.
of diseases, of which Asthma was tile soap suds. I began to improve at once The one bottle cured me completely, and I have i Please write him out a special direction to go ..
the most prevalent. She has not laid downin and healed rapidly, and is to-day a sound and 1 not had a pain since, and my legs are as useful I r by while taking your remedy. I forget now 4
bed for seven He has extended all useful leg. I think P. P. P. is all that a man L as ever they were before I had Rheuma- what you charged me for the bottle I got but
the money his business has made him in could ask as a blood purifier I have knownit L tism. If you want to publish this ;you can doa !!! do recollect that it knocked the malaria out. ,
that time for medicine, physicians, etc., to to cure some terrible cases of Syphilis in so, as the facts are well known. j j|I of me and gave me a huge appetite.
obtain relief for her, but without any success remarkable short time. Respectfully, Yours,
whatever. He was advised by physicians to ASA AMMONS. 1 JOHNNIE STRICKLAND. J. T. THOMPSON. '





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some stage of its growth, has had a :. pack right away. Now prepare a can never produce too many to supplythe
:Fi i gPROGRESS Culture. 'i worm's egg deposited in it, and is unfit I kettle or tub with boiling water, in demand."
i it' for use unless the egg hatches and which put enough of common, unre- In an essay recently read before the .
the worm does its work upon it. What fined rock salt, such as is used l fV Los Angeles Pomological Society, the
OF FIG CULTURE IN natural necessity there is for this is cattle ; table salt will not do. I believe :same gentleman thus describes his
CALIFORNIA.A not understood, but that there is sucha the more unrefined is the salt, the mode of growing, drying and packing .
need cannot be doubted. The worm better. Sea water may be preferable. 1 his fruit :
Profitable Industry There-Can comes from an egg deposited in every The latter and the rock salt contain *' I have been for the last fifteen
it Not be So in Florida? good fig by a small fly which comeb substances which preserve the moistureof I' years in the experimenting and the
Fig culture in Southern Californiais from a species of fig raised for this express the figs and keep 'them pliable. testing of different varieties of figs
rapidly developing into a large, purpose, and good for no other.A About three big handfuls of rock salt, and the soil best suited to their
pleasant and profitable industry. The number of them woven into a ringa to one gallon of water is enough. growth. My observations have been
favorite varieties grown there, statedin little over a foot in diameter are When the salt is dissolved and the that they do well oil ahno-t any kind
the order of their preference, seems suspended in the fig plantation early water is again boiling, immerse the of soil. I have some growin on high,
to be the "White Smyrna," "White in the season. The little flies corning figs for two seconds ; immediately : dry, sandy soil, where it is twenty
AdriaticBlack/ Ischia" and "New from them attack the growing figs and afterward thumb the figs, and( work f feet down to water; also some on a
Pacific." deposit in each a tiny egg. It hatches the eye of the fig downward and the rich sandy loam, about ten feet to
Recently Rev. D. H. Temple, of after the fig is ripe, and after it has stalk end upward ; in fact, imitate {he water. Agaia, I have them growingon
Los Gatos, who, in his early life, lived been completely dried comes-out fromit appearance of the imported Smyrnafig. stiff adobe, not more than five or
for several years in Smyrna, recently crawls away and soon dies and disappear This process is necessary. First, six feet to water, and they all grow
has'furnished the press of the Golden :. The maturing stage of this it distributes the thicker skin around vigorously and well. In starting the
State with some interesting facts in worm coincides closely:! with that of the eye of the fig evenly, and in eatingwe fig to make a tree, its head as high as
regard to the "Figs of Smyrna," the fig's readiness to be packed, and thus get equal parts of the thicker that of an apple Qr peach tree, say
from which we learn that, although) vessels with cargoes of fresh figs akin and equal parts of the thinner three feet from the ground, be carefulto
they are grown in Asia Minor\ several aboard are overrun with these worms, skin. Secondly, it places the fine skin keep off all sprouts that may start
days distant, they received the name cabin, forecastle( rigging and all for of the stem end all on top, and when from the root, and especially as muchso
of "Smyrna figs". because they an several of the first days of their voy- the figs are packed and( pressed they : in clipping off all limbs that may
shipped from that port. They differ age. No trace of them i is in the figs present a beautiful smooth surface. I put (out on the under side of the first
greatly from the figs grown i in the vi after reaching foreign shores. immediately packed the figs in com- limbs that you let start for the head
cinity of the city. As in Asia Minorno Sometimes the fig from which these mon twenty pound boxes and pressed of your tree. Should they be allowedto
rain falls from April to November, insects come is scarce and commands a them lightly. From these boxes I grow they would soon, after commencing -
no artificial heat for drying the fruitis high price. Has any one in California take out the sample figs as I send to fruit, have the most of the
required, but experience and close taken pains to obtain this, as them out. My greatest trouble is now trie spread out on the ground. Youngtrees
attention are necessary. He describesthe well as the Smyrna fig? If so, the to prevent the sample figs I send out well cared for, will commence to
kind of fig dried as being of large fact is not generally known as it by mail from drving out on the road. ripen fruit the second year, and will
size and of a light yellow color. should be, for the conditions of perfecting In drying out, they lose, of course begin to pay the third year. They
The process of packing the dried t"e fruit will doubtless prove some of their good qualities, and being will increase in value yearly] without
fruit after they have reached the sea- the same on Pacific shores as on those unacquainted with fig business, it is, failure; for a period I am not able to
port is thus described : of the Mediterranean sea." of course, impossible for() those who receive -
"The workers are of all ages and Returning to the industry as con- the samples to make any allow- say.My trees are twelve years old
both sexes, and are ranged in long ducted in California, we find the fruit ance for the drying out." They increase in quantity of fruit as
double rows, seated on the ground, prepared for market both bv "drying" About three years ago n firm in they grow older. No blight, no scaleor
facing each other, with large, flat, and by being"crystalized." The former Los Angeles commenced crystalizingfigs. insects of any kind interfere with
very shallow baskets of figs between process, when the heat of the sun is They trade a good article and the figs. There are many kinds:: of figs
them. The first operation is to pick employed, is thus described by Dr. found a ready market for their goods.In now being placed on the market, the
out all figs with broken skins, whichare Gustav Eisen : two years it became necessary for most of which are turning out to be
not packed with whole ones, but "When the figs began to wilt and them to double the capacity of their worthless. The true fig of commerceof
disposed of as "damaged goods." to show small, white seams, they were works, and but for the fact th.it, they all countries has always been cred-
There are not as many of them as cut from the trees by means of scis- could not buy a sufficiency of fruit, ited to the White Smyrna variety,
might be expected, for the fig skin has sors or knife, then carefully placed on although they offered :fty dollars per which we have in Southern California.] .
considerable firmness, and the pressure trays similar to the raisin trays. ton for it, the capacity of their fac. It is further acknowled, and has been
which comes upon them when crowded Across and on the bottom of these tory would have been inadequate to proven, to be superior to the importedfig
into the sacks and roughly handled trays were nailed! laths, thus forming supply their orders. for the following reasons : 1. Its
.. expends itself in squeezing them into longitudinal ribs the thickness of the Mr. James Stewart, of Downey, in thinner skin; 2. Its finer seeds; and,
every conceivable shape, so that the lath. The figs were placed in rows, answering a correspondent, says : I therefore, it is more sought for and
next thing to be done is to shape them the stalk end resting the bottom of have seventy-two bearing fir trees, brings a much better price in all East-
by hand, one at a time, into the form the tray and eye end on the lath, the covering nearly three acres of ground. ern markets than the figs imported
j they would naturally take if dried object being to enough elevate the I planted my land -valnuts first, from the old country.In .
hanging on the tree. The packers eye-say, one quarter of an inchto trees fifty feet apart each way. ThenI curing and packing I gather my
* who are always experienced men, now prevent the honey or pulp from planted fig trees in between, in alternate figs when fully ripe, just as I would(
, take them, and, crowding a half running out. The figs were then rows, making: the trees twenty- other fruit, leaving all the stem on the
dozen or more together at once, press placed in the sun to dry. They were five feet apart, intending to cut out fig, and being careful to soil the skinas
them into the drums in circular layers, turned every day to begin with, by the figs when the walnuts came into little as possible. When gathered,
working from the outside to the center hand, but when more dry, in the same bearing. The walnut trees are now I place them on trays similar 1 to those
of each layer. way as we turn raiiin trajs. Every fourteen years old and the fig trees which are used for raisins. I then
Pails of sea water are kept by all night the trays were covered over, and twelve years old. Next season I shall place one tray above another in my
the workers, into which they contin- for this purpose it is best to have all cut out the walnut trees and allow the fumigator, and let them remain one
ually dip their hands. It is claimed the trays on one place, and not scat- figs to remain. Of my trees about hour. I then remove them to a placein
that sea water is essential to successfulfig \ tered around as is the custom with two-thirds are White .Smyrna and the the sunshine, placing the trays at
packing." raisin trays. The figs are sufficientlydried balance Black Ischia and New Pa an angle of about forty-five degrees,
The following statement in regardto when they show the same dry- cific. We are about half through f facing the sun, with the blossom end
a peculiar worm the presence of ness in the morning as in the evening. picking the crop and have sold the pointing to the upper end of
which is necessary to the perfection of f This is a point of great importance. figs gathered thus for for $314.50, and the tray, and leave them in that
the fruit used for drying is novel to us. If the figs are not dried enough they expect a total of 8600 for the crop on position for six or eight days, when, it
Perhaps the good derived from it is will sour and puff up, as if they were the seventy two trees. the weather has been favorable, they
more imaginary than real. Of it, he in fermentation. It takes from five to "From personal observation T am will be ready for the aweet-box': using
writes: twelve days to dry the figs, accordingto satisfied that we have the true White sugar barrels or boxes for the occa-
"One circumstance connected with the weather. When dry, they may Smyrna fig, and I believe, from my sion. In case of foggy mornings it
dried figs is singular and little known be dumped in sweat boxes for a few experience in introducing my figs on may take ten days or two weeks for
abroad. Every one of these figs, at days, but the better'way i is to dip and the Eastern markets last year, that we them to dry. When in the sweat-box


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I let them remain until such time as I anxious seekers after the best mannerof mer climate it may succeed well in varieties resembling the
parent, yet
am ready to pack them fur the mar- growing this excellent fruit with another climate with the same summer probably somewhat more nearly adapted -
ket. I use two and a half pound, five their mod..s of culture, the results of but a much milder winter than is native to this climate. In getting trees it

pound and twenty five pound boxes. their experimentation, and also their to it. Example, fruits from the would be advisable in all cases to get
The Brown Ischia dries as readily as choice of varieties, and the superior dry, hot, summer steppes of East Europe those grown as nearly in our own cli-
the Smyrna, and is much m re soughtfor qualities of each for the purposes of and Central Asia do well in mate as possible. Many of the Northern -
than the other varieties before be- table use, preserving, candying or Texas, yet East Russia has terrible varieties of the peach are success-
ing packed, and is preferred by a great crystalizing and drying? winters and Texas has not." fully grown in Central Georgia, and
many to any other when packed. R. E. P. In regard to the peach, which was these would be more likely to succeed
"The New Pacific is.a choice fig be Jacksonville, Fla.,.Jan.. ,7, 1887. the original cause of this controversy, than the same kinds grown farther

fore being packed and after. It will!! Mr. J. O. Walton, Eau Gallie, has J the question of its nativity is not settled north. This course, if persevered in,
dry in less time than any fig of which but it is will
brought out from England a considerable ; generally agreed by undoubtedly largely increase our
1 have any knowledge. Why not of those who have studitd the matter list of desirable peaches.
variety plants, cuttings, pineapples -
grow figs in preference to any other etc. The t that all the known races of the peach The experiments should not be con-
fig cuttings, although
fruit? One in this
company county only set a fortnight, have put on a Clime from one common ancestor, but fined to peaches nor to northern or
fell short two hundred tons of
gettingas few leaves ; and tea, rubber and whether its home was in Persia or temperate zone fruits, but should include -
many figs as they advertised for/ other trees are looking well. (China is not decided.On many ofthe tropical as well.})
From the results attained on the this question Prufe sor Budd The following extract brings out the

Pacific Const, and thec well known case \ ro.te. as follows : "DeCandolle, in his I.very point fcr which I have been con-
with which this most luscious fruit Origin of Cultivated Fruits believes
Pomology.ACCLIMATING tending. M. E. Bamford writing to
can be grown in Florida, we would that the peach originated in China, the Examiner on "Bananas in Califor-
most earnestly direct the attention of ----- -- ----- ---- but does not think it came from the nia" gives a long account of various

our many intelligent and enterprisin PLANTS. almond. But the primal form is not experiments and espicially those of a
fruit growers to this industry, as beingone now kn 'wD." gentleman in Sacramento. I wish I
Can Plants be Adapted to Conditions
of their caretui i attention. -
worthy Farther on Professor Budd says, "1 1 had room to quote the whole article as
of Climate
to which 1i
While we have an abiding faith in think, and so does Koch and others I it full of interest. "Mr. Gerrish has
the success of orange culture, and they are not Native? who have been in Central Asia, that 1 had the Rosacree banana, a rather ten-
doubt that it will' ever retain its posi In the DISPATCH of November 22, the peach came to Persia from China, 'der variety, for fifteen H'
: years.. says_ _
tion at the head of our profitable fruit I to have and .1 n
promised something more to so did the most of the temperate mat tile nm season in which ne had
industries, we would suggest that fig :I say on the question of acclimating trees ono; fruits.' this variety, it was killed to the groundby
culture can possibly be made a profitable and plants, when I had finished my in- If the fact is once admitted that all. 1 the cold, but it has done better

auxilliary. Will not some of vestigati'-ns, if I found any farther ev : peaches had a common origin, it then, each succeeding season, being now
our practical fruit growers t fuv-ir the ideuce to offer.I becomes evident that it is absurd &: ei able to sustain cold a number of degrees -
DISPATCH with their experience and hole that those who are interestedin Iniiu that any race of peaches cannotbe i below the freezing point."
opinion in regard tits practicability the will look that
controversy up grown any other fruit will *
hero ? Perhaps: the greatest difficulty number and re ftad what I said at thrive.
to overcome would he. noumtered in that time. I find after considerable; Probably the Tong Pa, a varietyof "At the citrus fair in Northern California -
drying It is probably that in this correspondence, that Mr. Mott was peach from the mountainous dis- held at Sacramento during the
climate artificial heiu would of than first few days of this year, Mr. Gerrish
: necks more nearly correct myself to tricts of Northern China, which is
nary have (I" be use'l. the present condition of apple culturein claimed to he hardy in Iowa anal I the exhibited, with a number of oranges
-. .-- ---- the raised by himself, a cluster of the so-
northwest. Wht-n I made the Northwest, would be, at first, less
Figs Require statements in question, on page 586 of adapted to a hot climate than the called Java or Tahiti-Martinique ban-
Perfect drainage. the DISPATCH for August 30, I sup Peen to, which comes from a tropical ana growing on a stalk, as it had
Abun taut moisture in s ail before posed that I had good authority lor so region. Yet there is no doubt that it fruited in the open air at his place.

ripening. doing. In a general way I was cor- could be made to adapt itself to the Mr. Gerrish is quite sanguine in regardto
Gradual drying of soil) when ripen- rect, though they have not yet advanced new climate in the course of time, be the further growth of bananas in
ing. ( as Jar as I supposed. Though the period required to bring it to California, and says, "It is not im-
Beat to develop sweenies possible that in time the plant, by successive
Dry thousands of apple trees were killed by longer or shorter. It might be necessary
atmosphere, during maturity of fruit. the severe winter of 1884-5, yet I do to bring it South very gradually, suckering, may become hardy
A winter temperature never falling not think that factjustifip.s the sweep- perhaps not more than one county at a enough to bear regular crops. Fifteen
below 18 or at furthest 12. ing assertion that"it is more difficult to time. But seeds from a tree could be years experimental work with the
----- .r I .------ banana, encourages the hope that time
grow apples in Minnesota now than it taken twenty-five to fifty miles south
A Question in Regard to Fig Cul- was ten or fifteen years ago." If it and planted ; when these trees fruited may produce a hardier variety or acclimate -

ture. doe, then we Floridians ought n t to their seeds could be taken another an offspring' of the varieties
'" Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: complain if outsiders say that it is stage on the way, and thus in the now cultivated.
To-day 1 was conversing upon the more difficult to grow oranges in Florida course of a tew generations the desired! In view of his experience with the
subject of "growing; figs for profit" than it was ten or fifteen years end would be reached. Rosaciee variety, his expectations do
with a gentleman who has had some ago, because we had a severe freeze The article from the Gardener's not seem unreas..nable. In consider-
in that Hue Norfolk last winter. ing the above remember that Sacra-
experience near Monthly, quoted in the DISPATCH of
Va., and he informed me that he had The following extract from a letter December 20th, covers the whole mento is north of the centre of the

good success:! in that locality, both as' \\hichj received from Peter M. Gideon ground. If: as sterns to be the case, State and north of the orange belt and
to quantity and quality of fruit, and of Minnesota, the originator of the two distinct varieties of Douglass Fir, the climate must be colder than that

that it was his practice to cut down Wealthy Apple, needs no comment: exactly alike, except in hardiness, have of North Florida.In .
his trees every third year-one-third "The winter of '84-5 was the hard been developed from one common an- the light of the facts I have" *

each-and permitting sprouts to growup est, on apple trees here, ever known, cestor by the natural process of seed- brought together, I believe that I am
from their roots. The young and for the first time, the Wealthy lings adapting themselves to their surroundings justified in claiming that I have made f
sprouts, he said, would produce a fair and the Dutchess were badly hurt and as they spread gradually rut my case. W. C. STEELE.
the second and bountiful in soils and localities killed from Switzerland Fla.. December 30.Mr. .
crop year a very many were valley to mountain and from
one the third, the fruit being and vet 011 our grounds no Russian variety mountain to the valley beyond ; then Steele certainly does make outa
large Mid luscious. With a view to stood better than tht' e. Yet we what may we not expect as the resultof case so far as acclimating cases or
this mode of culture he planted hi* have a l lar+ ;;N collection of our own careful experiments conducted by species is concerned. It is quite clear

trees six feet apart each way. I know growing from seed and of best quality, men of intelligence and skill. that new individuals or in other words
that, as a general rule, young and vigorous I that st'.od', the winter unharmed, showing Since I have been investigating this
new varieties be from seed
trees, if they do not expend all 1[ beyond a question t that they are subject my faith in the future success can grown
of their energy in growing, produce the hardiest collection of fist clays ap of peach culture in Florida has in- adapted to very different conditions
fruit of a superior quality, but I doubtthe pies to be found in the world, and will creased very fast. I do not believe from the parent or the type. And thisis

economy of thus cutting them make of the Northwest one of the that wr can send to Northern nurse practically all that could be desired,
back at such short intervals. Could greatest fruit growing regions in the ries and buy the varieties commonly enabling us to originate and introduce
not the Virginia gentleman's mode be world." cultivated there and plant them out varieties of many species not native,
improved upon by placing the trees On the question of transplanting here with any expectation of pront. with the prospect of obtaining some
further apart and cutting them down trees, etc., 1 rom one climate to another, But some of t th ir best varieties very really adapted to our climate. But
less often ? Prof: J. 1,. Budd, of the Iowa Agri- nearly reproduce themselves from the there is a finer point that does not seem
Will not those of your readers who cultural College; wrote to me as follows seed. If these are set out, and we can so clear. Can an individual or varie-

have had experience in growing fig s : succeed in getting even a few peaches, j ty (th t terms are identical) be a cell-
in this and other State favor the wan y "If a plant is from a hot, dry sum the seed from these would produce newS r I matted t ?-ED. '

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affirmative by a majority of four- I in crops-and consequently what he the; latter part of January or early in
Fatr Il and Qarden, thirty farmers being present. can afford to spend in making his ma- February have the land broken up
nure. again, so as to have it well pulverized.If .
[ it should be rough have it well har-
General Farming in East and South Hints to Beginners.A .
THE SWEET POTATO. rowed. Mark off the rows three feet
Florida.At Virginia correspondent of the apart, deep, with a six-inch scooter
a recent meeting of the Charles Practical Farmer says : "When per- Jersey and Nansemond Varieties.Editor plow.
Downing Agricultural and Horticul- sons new to farming take up this pro- FLORIDA DISPATCH: Cut the potatoes with one or two
tural Society, of Kerr City, the follow- fession, they eagerly read books on I note comments in your issue of good eyes ]left on each piece, drop the
. ing interesting debate took place on the subject, subscribe to the agricultural I January 3d.I potatoes in the rows eighteen inches
the question : Whether general agri- papers, quickly grasp the idea of I think few would be willing to en- apart, use good rotted stable manure,
culture is as profitable in Florida as farming, and decide that is the styleto dorse your view that the Jersey potato composted with cotton seed at the rate
in other States ?" suit them. So they buy the latest is a sort of conglomerate, nor yet of one bushel of seed to two of manure.
Mr. B. S. Woundy, who spoke in style of improved implements and begin with the idea of your correspondent, This should be well rotted, so the cotton -
the affirmative, said : The earliness the 'work with enthusiasm, looking Mr. Hollister, of Tampa, that the Jer- seed will not sprout ; scatter a dou-
in marketing Floridian produce more with secret pity and compassion on the sey and Yellow Nansemond are iden- ble] handful of this compost on top of
than offsets the moderate yield on ac- old-fashioned ways, simple life and tical. The Jersey is a perfectly] dis- each piece of potato. ('over the pota-
count of the high prices natural to close economical methods of their tinct variety-though a Nansemond, toes and compost very shallow: with a
early marketing. For example, in neighbors, who are accustomed to rely while the Yellow Nansemond was hoe, just enough to hide the manure,
this State strawberries have a season wholly on their farms for their liv- known and grown in the West many say an inch deep.
four months longer than in the North ing.Meanwhile years before the Jersey. Our first My idea is to have no ridge on the
and consequently can be put on the i these plain neighbors so Jerseys in the West came from the potatoes, but let them be level with the
market when there ia a brisk demandfor i methodical, so unenterprising, so wed- Chicago market, and traveled from surface. When the potatoes are well
them. Likewise with Irish pota- ded to old ways, look in their turn at New Jersey, and later from Southern up I then go over the patch and sprin-
toes ; a Florida farmer can put them their new neighbor, and among them- Indiana. That they originated, or kle a small handful of fertilizer around
on' the New York market at a time selves begin to estimate how long he rather developed from the old well each plant. Cover this with a potato
when they will bring in $10 a barrel, will last as a farmer; two, three, four, known Yellow Nauseraond potato fork an inch deep, loosening the soil
whereat the Northern farmer is thank and if he has considerable resources, much ]larger in form-in the thin soils around the plant. I think cotton seed
ful if he can sell his potatoes to a possible five years is generally the of New Jersey i is wholly probable.On hulls would answer a good purpose,
starch factory at ten cents a bushel. ]length of time accorded him. the rich lands or Southern Indiana though I have never tried it.
Apples are a good crop in the North I Occasionally one with a real taste and Illii.ois; and at Muscatiiie To cultivate the potatoes I use a
only every alternate year, while or- for the life, with energy and resolution Island, where they have been largely cotton sweep, run three furrows to the
anges are a steadily increasing crop. also, begins as he gets to the end of grown for thirty years, the original row, which plows the row out, and
Apples command high prices in off his purse, to grasp the realities of a type has been retained.It makes a low flat bed to the potato.
years, but in those years the orchard- farmer's life and chances of success. was claimed for the Jerseys that Keep all weeds and grass hoed out,
ist has none to sell, and when there is Such an one, casting aside his own they were dryer and sweeter, they are but pull no dirt to the potatoes. One
a good crop be cannot get enough for ideas, begins to suspect that these plain shorter in form, their shape being almost plowing is usually enough for them,
them to pay for the gathering ; while neighbors know more of farming than that of a typical Irish potato, unless it is a warm, wet spring. If
for oranges there is a steady demand. he does-begins to adopt their methods approaching in that respect our tur- the grass should come up before the
Moreover, it costs lets to purchase the and possibly makes a successful nip shaped varieties of the South. potatoes are made, plow again, so as
necessary land and implements in farmer. But of all false ideas, the one Some growers, particularly] on the to keep them clean and prevent any
Florida than elsewhere, while crops that "any fool can be a farmer, is one loamy prairie lands, have taken t> moisture from being taken away from
for sale and for family supplies can be of the worst. On the contrary- it them for the reason that in wet seasons the potatoes.
raised the year round. This mild take s a clever man, an earnest man, they are not so liable to grow too As the plan is K> different from our
cliu-ate, too, reduces family and stock- and a man who loves his .ite, to uc- slender. Mr. Hollister justly speaks "cracker style"] of raising potatoes, I
feeding expanses. In the North a ceed.It. well of the Red Nansemond ; on will give your readers my reasons why
farmer has to give a third of his timeto seems to me that agriculturalbooks 'wholly suitable lands it bears the this is the best way to.make potatoes.
cutting fire wood, unless he has and papers are, in a measure: : palm, but its form is still more'slender I notice nearly every spring we havein
corn enough that he could not sell, to responsib tor many of the failures, than the yellow, and it must have a this portion of the State a drought
so beginners, apparently, are about the middle of
burn. many strictly sandy soil, and like all the commencing
Mr. Woundy, in concluding his among their contributors. It is all so Nansenv nds, good fertilizing. Thereare April. We usually plant potatoes
speech, which was listened to with new to them, and they are so eager to two points of comparison between here about the first of February, and
much interest, dwelt on the fact that communicate their ideas! And in them and our better known Southernsorts when the potatoes comes up we have
Floridian soil is peculiarly responsiveto turn other beginners imagine it all so you can raise some sort of crop been in the habit of pulling up a big
fertilizers. easy ; all you have to do is to plow, of the latter without fertilizing, whileof bed around on top, sometimes nearly
Mr. O. Hammond, the chief speakeron harrow and manure, or fertilize heav- the Nansemond you can raise noth- covering the potatoes up. This is usually
the negative side, said : Florida ily, and the thing is lone Having ing. Again, when dug and banked done about the first of April.
soil is utterly devoid of fertility and money in their purse they follow these they change little, if any, for the I Then a drought sets in, the bed gets
facilities for raising and t marketingcrops ideas, spend their money, sell, or are better, do not become syrupy. You dry, and rarely gets wet again before
are sadly lacking. Comparethe sold( out. and go back to where they I quote from Home and Farm a para the potatoes are matured, and besides,
corn cn'p in this State with that came from. graph on mixing of varieties by sim- I find dirting the potato while grow-
in a Northern State. Mr. Woundy "Go slow. Do not buy any new ple proximity. I think the writer off ing very often causes the rot.
himself planted ten acres of pine land implements, if you can get good secondhand his base, but I only referred to it to To keep them all summer I dig
II' in corn and only harvested thirty i ones. criticise "Providential"' instead of them when the vine begins to tu n
bushels.] That in itself is sufficient "D > not buy anything more than Providence. And, by the way, this yellow and as soon as they. are done
t proof that Florida soil is unfit for gen your neighbor, a self-supporting farmer matter of nomenclature is one of growing. If the sun should, l he warm
eral agriculture. The cotton crop of uses great importance just now, in vegeta- when digging, have them taken up
t the South corresponds tn the heat "Do not d', anything different from bles] as well as fruits. It i extremely nearly as fast as they are dug, or the
what he does. And aft&*r copying him will them if allowed
crop of the North. Cotton averages) perplexing to find several named to sun injure .
JOO pounds to t the acre and Fell for and his ways, say for three years begin one variety of fruit or plant. Florida remain too long in it. I sometimesput
four cents a pound, or a return of $lb' to spend any money you may should have a State Horticultural them under a house, if high
,per hcr Wheat averages hirty have made in carrying out your i ideasof Society, which \would he authority on enough from the ground. If not .I.
bushels per acre and sells for $1 per improvement, if you have any lefL"It such matters D. R. PILSBRY. put them under a barn in the sand.
bushel, or a return of $30 per acre. takes several years for a person: to Sanford, Fla.,Jan.5, 1&8'i. I do not spread them more than two
arid know his farm. It takes .. deep in other words I spread them It
The difference between $16 $30 own a beginner --- -- ,
is the difference between Florida and several] years to know how to IRISH POTATOES IN FLORIDA. thin, and do not let the sun shin on
Northern soil. Then, agaiu, there is avoid wasting money. He may thinkhe .. them. This spring I put sand two or
no money in sugar cane, except on I knows, but he will find he does not. BY W. P. HORN. three inches deep on my sugar house
rich, unhealthy hammock land, and About the only thing he can safely do At your request I will] give your floor, which was of plank, and put up
the farmer will; have to spend the at first is to haul manure to the spots readers my mode of raising and keep- twenty-five bushels 1 f':.r my own use,
whole return of h's; cane patch in buy- that need it most. After one or two ing the Ir'sh potato in this climate. and I do not think there was a peck
ing quinine to get rid of the malaria seasons' trial, he will begin to under- The land intended for potatoes shouldbe that rotted during the summer. .
incidental to working such land." stand these apparently simple things : broken up deep in November or I .
Upon the question being put to the How much time it takes; how much December,turning under all grass and I Messrs Hodgson Bros., Eau Gallief
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ding straw. That certainly makesa ing our own "long forage" and pas- in. This will apply mainly to seed
; : Lille ptocl\. fine fertilizer, as the straw and ma- ture grass, Mr. W. S. Burdette says : which is broadcasted, as crab grass,
.- nure rot much faster from being constantly "The absence of meadows and grasslands California and Japan clover, and also
trampled on, and kept damp.Of such as one sees in all the Northern in some cases, cow peas. Those that
WINTERING MILCH COWS IN course, sup-h an arrangement necessitates and in some of the Southern are planted in drills or rows, as alfalfa,
FLORIDA. a liberal daily covering bedding States, is a matter of considerable sur- rice, millet, t uinea and para grass, it
straw, and even then whether it pris-- to visitors, and almost their first is necessary to use the cultivator, even
Best Food and Shelter to Generate is wholesome for the stock isa: matter question is, 'what shall we do for( hay?' then it is best to broadcast the fertilizer -
Caloric and Stimulated Milk for discus-siou. The amount of money spent for baled and work it well in before plant-
Flow. Our present arrangement is to have hay imported from the North and ing the seed. Guinea and para grass
Editor FixmiDA DISPATCH: the floors scraped clean every morn- 'V cst is considerable. This same may be grown from cuttings or root-
The methodical farmer \vho has u ing, and the building thrown open to amount invested in fertilizer and labor lets, setting them in the rows about afoot
certain work laid out for) each month the airy and sun if there be anv. For would produce\ a far better quality of ( apart.
in the year, will ho constrained to defer bedding straw, of course, that which is hay than we get at the present time, There are also two kinds of millet,
the sowing of his oats or rye, or easiest to get and cheapest will be and( more of it. That this can be acCOmplished the pearl] and the gdden( or german.
whatever he had in mind to do the ustd), as such large quantities are re I am satisfied, and no man The pearl gives the best results sown
first of January 1887, and enter on his quired. The "pine straw" in the woods with one or two acres of spare ]land or in rows or drills eighteen inches apart
diary instead : "Thermometer below makes a good bedding, and as an ingredient even less need) spend) a dollar for. hay in the row and can be cut several
freezing, all energies devoted!) to gettingup for a fine compost fallen oak brought from the North. months in succession before going to
caloric." leaves are excellent, but they are pro- 'Of the different kinds that hava seed. The golden is broadcasted and
And if he has a barn yar-I! full of vokingly hard to gather. This winterwe been brought to our notice, crab grass cut for hay when in bloom, in fact
dumb beasts in his keeping, J-is task have used almost exclusively] the seems to take the lead. Crab grass most all hay crops are better cut whilein
has been no insignificant one. Last last crop of pasture grass, not suitable hay well cured) and kept, is as nutri- bloom, as it then cures better and
winter's protracted "blizzard" causedus I for hay, and the dry grass hoed from cious and as readily eaten by stock as retains all its juices and nutritious
to put considerable time, ]labor and around fence corners and from the the stuff'imported from the Northern qualities and does not become hard
expense on what a year previous we pear orchard.We Stateu. This is a fact, stock will leave and woody as is the case when cut la
had considered to be as good stables now come to the subject of win- the baled hay, and take the crabgrass ter. I know a great many who objectto
and barns as our mild climate called ter feeding. During the summer, in preference. As a hay producingcrop letting grass grow in the grove, but
for; and so this winter, having the when there is an abundance of green I am of the opinion that crab why not keep the trees cultivated, say
matter of warm housing comfortably, grass for the cows to browse on all grass fills the bill, and is just what WH from four to six feet from base of tree
off our minds, we have turned our attention day, we find a simple bran mash at want. It is no trouble to raise, and and let the centre strip remain for hay.
to the best way to enable the milking time all that is required, hut instead of fighting to kelp it down as By this means one can keep the trees
stock to keep warm by) the production l in the fall, as the outside pasture::; fails: many do, it ought to be cultivated, well cultivated and at the same time
of animal heat, as evolved from their them, we have a field of turnip3 and a and I b, lieve it was especially pro- raise a crop of hay. After that is cut
food and drink. Of course the atten heavy crop of sweet potatoes ready to vided by nature to fill a long felt want the roots and stubble remain and can
till we have given to this subject has provide the succulent food necessary in Florida. Two crors can be taken be turned under to add humus to the
not been purely from a quixotic (ll si re to the production of milk, and these from the same piece of land, and nnder soil. This seems to me as being a good
to render our cattle comfortable( last until the rye and oats are high ordinary circumstances ought to yieldtwo plan' especially where one has no other
though that in itself is sufficient incentive enough to cut. tons per acre-worth at least $25 land that can be used for that purpose.
but it has commended itself Bran still continues to form the per ton. It seems to me every orange Hay in curing after it is cut, unless
strongly to us from a pecuniary stand I bulk of their food I at milking time, grove in Florida ought to give the very heavy and rank should not remain -
point. Having more than a d dozen but to it is added a measure of corn owner hay and fidder enough to win- long exposed to the hot sun, as
mulch cows whose every quart of milch meal and of cotton seed,and when the ter all his stock."Alfalfa it is very apt to bleach it. Avoid if
finds a ready sale, it is a serious mat- weather i is very severe oil cake is a ," Mr. Burdette says, "has possible having it rained upon whileit
ter when these cold spells cause them good producer of heat. Here I would not," so far as his observation extends, is spr ad out, as that, together with
to fall off in their yield twenty percent like to ask the opinion of those who "been successfully cultivated in Flor- the action of the hot sun upon it will
and to find a means of protecting have practical knowledge as to the ida. But leaving alfalfa out of the cause it to turn black and it will lose
them and ourselves against such results relative merits of cotton seed and cot- question, we have other grasses to fall that bright appeararce which charac-
has been our endeavor this win- ton seed meal. The cotton seed does back upon. The guinea and para terizes all good hay. When sufficientlydried
ter. ShouI'd'any of the readers of the not appear to assimulate very thor- grass may be cut as many times in the or cured, rake into windrowsand
DISPATCH have been similarly inter- oughly, and, on the other hand, the year and give as large a yield as fod then put into cocks and let stand
ested, we would be gratified with an cattle do not like the meal. Of course, der. The well known Bermuda will until taken to the barn. It is well in
account of the manner and success of we feed hay in abundance, and when make as fine pasture as the best of storing hay, to put a little salt in withit.
their efforts. put through the hay cutter and( then Northern clover, and if well fertilizedwill This not only prevents it from be-
Doubtless the primary step towardsthe mixed with their other food, it, theo- grow large enough{ so it may be coming musty, but helps it to retain its #'
proper care of stock in cold retically at least, assists digestion bet- cut for hay. Cow peas, millet, rice, color and sweetens it, and also cures
weather is a good shelter that is a ter than when given by itself and un- oats, California and Japan clover all any that may have been put in a little
complete protection not only fiom the cut. During this and the past winterwe do well in Florida in spite of the fact green. The stock will also get the
cold rains, but from the cold north- have made a practice of mixingthe that the last two named belong to the benefit of it when fed. Few of us
west winds that blow so mercilessly feed up with hot water with very clover family. With these and our have barns large enough or suitablefor
during our "cold spells." We have encouraging results, and for several native crab grass, no one it seems to storing any quantity at one time.
especially protected the North and days past, the water in. the drinking me, need complain of not having all Those who have not, can at a small
West of all our buildings making troughs being frozen, we have put in the hay they can use. For pasture, expense, build what is called a bar-
them wind proof. Of course there such a quantity of hot water as to the Bermuda can be used from spring rack, or it may be stacked along side
buildings are ampl} provided with make the water in the troughs actuallywarm. until late in the fall, when the Cal of shed or stable, as is generally donein
windows to be thrown open in mild This was an experiment and ifornia of Burr clover will take its the western States, in fact most of
weather, and at either end are large with such a happy effect that wq shall place until May, then the Bermudawill the hay there is stacked in that way,
doors that admit a free circulation of hereafter make it a regular rule in be ready to.turn on stock again. or else out on the open prairie and
air during the warm summer months. freezing weather. The cows drank The Burr clover will onlygrow during hauled in as needed.
The next consideration is flooringand the water with the greatest avidity, the winter as it will not stand the hot .
bedding. As to whether the"former and the increase in milk at the next sun of summer, it however makes an
Most of the diseases of cattle
shall consist of mother earth, or milking was considerable ; in fact, we excellent winter pasture. are
be a floor of boards, seems to be an are prepared to say that the deleterious "As to the planting and cultivation.Two caused by wrong treatment-too much
... open question. We have a plank effects of freezing weather on the or three things are of course necessary feed at one time, too little at another:
floor, slightly inclined towards a gutter most sensitive breeds of milch cows and the principal one is fertilizer. toe rich at one time, too poor at an-
other If all cattle and horses
that carries off the liquid excre- can be entirely overcome by proper To make a ,success of any crop, ,fed etc.and watered and used
ment into a box of dirt or cinders. housing, feeding and drinking no matter what, it is necessary to fertilize were prop-
there would be little disease.
That seems to commend itself to us on E. L. R. more or less. For the hay field, erly, t
the.score of economy and cleanliness ; Wnycross Stock and Fruit Farm,January I know of nothing that will give bet- 4
, but our Scotch farmer, whose opinionhas 7. 18S7.; 1 .r... _. ter results than cotton seed meal. The Never use a breast strap in place of
much weight with us, from the FORAGE i CROPS. ground should be well harrowed and collar, whether the horse is worked toa
systematic and thorough manner in made a* ]level as possible in order that wagon or a buggy. With a good,
' which farming is carried on in his Making Hay in Florida. there may 1 ht no obstruction in cuttingthe nicely-fitting collar a horse can draw
; country, favors building up from a Speaking before the Eustis Agricul- crop. Broadcast the cotton seed nearly twice as much, and feel more
, dirt foundation with manure and bed- tural Society on the importance of rais- well over the field and harrow it well comfortable than with 'a breast strap.

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summer months here. Daisies will The Rose. are filled with ferns, club mosses, cy-*

1oricuIture. hardly repay the trouble taken to (Continued) peruds, rex begonias and red or white

raise them ; they rarely come into It is not many years since the time nerved fittouias. Don't keep them

BY W. C. STEELE.FLORICULTURE bloom. One of the best annuals is when there were* very few roses, in soaking wet They should be thor-

Phlox Drummundii; here it is in all of common cultivation, that bloomed oughly well drained by means of a

IN FLORIDA. its glory, producing all colors, some oftener than once a year. layer of rubble in the bottom and a

spotted and striped, no yellow or blue There were plenty of ever blooming faucet at one lower corner to lead off

Send in Your Experience. it has become here almost a weed varieties, of the Tea, Noissette nn i the water. The atmosphere) should be

growing in the fields and wayside; similar elates; but as they were tart;) kept moist, and the plants besprinkled
Since this started
department was one of the grandest sights, was some tender for) out-door cultivation at the gently from an atomizer, syringe or

three months: ago, only two original five acres or more of Phlox in bloom North, they were seldom seen exceptin finely bored water-pot rose every dayor
contributions have been received. Is
in the spring in one patch, it was admired florists' establishments. two, but not enough water shouldbe
it possible t that no more of the readersof by every one who passed by and The introduction <>f the hybrid given to wet the soil much. The

the DISPATCH have had aay experience saw the effect that such a mass of vari- perpetuals changed all this, and now three chief points to observe in fern-
with flowers either in doors
ous colored flowers produced; the seeds very few of the annual roes are to be case gardening are, not to overwet the
out,whether annuals,pereuuiels, bulbs,
become scattered from year to year found except occasionally the yard plants or soil ; to ventilate continuously _
roses or shrubs, which they are willingto and will in the course of years extenda cf some lover of old-fashioned flowers. I by tilting up the lid a little, andto
contribute for instruction of their
long distance from the original plot the inside
The hybrid perpetual roses are wipe dry glass casing
friends and the benefit of the com- "
Zinnia also takes
planted. Elegaus generally hardy at the North, and in daily.
munity at large? What variety of .
soil and .
kindly to our sandy producesan addition of --
a long season profuse
roses have tested and with what
you endless profusion of various colored, bloom in early summer, the best of The Associated Fanciers.
result tried
? Have growing
you flowers without whatever.
any care them are also free fall bloomers. This well known association whose
flowers from the seed ? If so, what is
the best time to sow the different vari- Vincas grow here in great profusion Moss rose buds have always been address is 237 South 8th street. Philadelphia -
almost a nui-ance. Eulalia Zebrina much admired. But these varieties Pa., send DISPATCH a fine little
eties in this climate, and what is the is a failure in this vicinity, have tried very have been book for both amateur and professional
never so popular nor
best method of cultivation ? it in various positions, high and low dog-fanciers. It contains one hundredillustrations
Sf) common rs others for two reasons
all breeds of
In short, have you made any ex- all Lantanais showing dogs,
ground, to no purpose. They art all rather difficult to propagate a chapter on ferrets, hints and directionsfor
. periments in this line, the result of
at home here, it grows by the roadside ( and most of them blossom but caring for canines and is a valuable
which: whether it was success or failure field and woods and book for fifteen readerof
open nearly once a Though this class of only cents. Every
you are willing to report, that it every plant is different in color and year.introduced *this paper interested in dogs should
may help us to come to a full under- roses was England send for a book.
be bush shrub.
grows to a or
early in the seventeenth
century, yet ------e-
standing as to what can and what can-
. Dehcatissiraa is also at home hereit
comparatively little progress has been C. S. L'Engle & Co.
not be done Do not hesitate be-
is in bloom and in few
constantly a made in it. ;
cause you have had no experience in will of improving One of the finest and most affable busi-
years cover a large space Out of list 956 enumerated
a ol roses ness gentleman on the face of the earthis
writing for publication. Give
your ground if let alone ; it produce. a only Moss Mr. C. S. of this On
by Ellwanger, forty are : ; L'Engle city.
account in the simplest possible lan
beautiful effect when trained on a trellis of these ten are classed] : as Perpetual, the first page of this journal will be
guage, writing on one side of the when it u ill produce( a profusion: of but of them the auth, r mily recommends found a card from C. S. L'Engle & Co.,
sheet only. Any little mistakes that bloom the round. .' dealers in all lines of queensware,
occur will be corrected in the year three as worthy of cultivation, crockery,.china ware, decoration, art,
may (One of the best wild white flowers is
and he does them
not give a very high bric-a'brac, lamps, chandeliers, stoves,
office before it in t the
appears paper. the Ptevia Serratifolin. it is in bloo-v
; oil stoves etc., and in fact any and
4 a long time and H one muss of white rank.Neither. of the :ah ,ve classes is everything of this: line from ordinaryware
FLOWERS IN FLORIDA. to the finest and most beautiful
and can be utilized in makirg; all
likely to become in
) popuHr
very Mr. is
goods. L'Engle a popular com-
kinds of decorations where white flow-
Florida.In .
Practical Results with Heliotropes, mercial man and combines honesty,
ers are needed. our climate the most tender Varieties business judgment to a pleasant line of
Geraniums, Camellias, Pansies Ficus Indicus (Indian Rubber) of everblooming roses can be conduct towards all with whom he is

and Other Flowers. makes a very rapid growth }lire and is in the and brought in contact We know our readers -
ground give a
grown open
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: i like to trade with him.Consumption .
a very attractive tree, with its bright constant succession of flowers from I 4
Will give you a few notes as to my Mossy green leaves, and( should he in January to December. Cured
experience of the different flowering collection of plants but must b *
every l\I-st of the so-called
perpetu.ilroses : An old retired from
plants as by me : TV Ilelio physician, prac-
grown from the cold such lust
protected as bloom in the and
freely spring tice, having had placed in his hands by
trope so far, has not been a success, in winter ordinary winters, it needs no then stand idle until the same time an East; India missionary the formula ol

out of door cultivation, the plants protection.Lake I the next season. a simple vegetable remedy for the speedyand
make,feeble. growth and scarcelyany permanent cure of Consumption
Maitluntl, Fla., Jan., 9,157.Watering do
The Moss = suit
: not
ro cs seem
Bronchitis Catarrh Asthma and all
bloom. Mulched them well, alsoiited -.-4 ,
such as- used North but Plants. this climate, in l fact, most growers report Throat and Lung Affections, also a posi-
compost ) them to be a complete failure.To tive and radical cure for Nervous Debil-J g
did not shade them ; but when plantedin Mr. Meeliau says it is surprising of ity and all Nervous Complaints,afterhav-t .

boxes and pots, and placed on the late years how the laws of plant life [ be..continued.. ] ing tested its wonderful curative powers

north side of the house, done( fairly are ignored by fl'.rists, in watering for .f- in thousands of cases, has felt it his dutyto
Ferns for House Plants. make it known to his suffering fellows.
well and moderate ot
gave a amount example. Day i in and day out, watering Actuated by this motive, and a desire to

bloom. or syringing goes on whether The following very useful directionsfor relieve human suffering, I will send, free
Geraniums (males) require to be plants need it or not. A plant should ( the "cultivation of ferns and the of charge, to all who desire it, this recipein

protected from the summer's sun, to never have water when it does not wantit care of fern cases are given by Wm. German, French or English, with ful

produce the best results as to foliage and excellent drainage should always Falconer in the Country Gentleman : directions for preparing and using. Sent
by mail} by addressing,with stamp, naming -
and bloom they will amply repay- any be supplied to carry the water "No matter whether the ferny are this paper, 'W. A. NOTES, 149 Pow
extra care take of them ; do best away. in vigorous growth or at rest,in a warmor er's Block, Rochester, N. Y. .

planted in boxes and placed in a That veteran plantsman and skill- a cool room, the soil in which theyare 0 .

.. shaded place, bloom abundantly whenso ful florist, John Thorpe, says the growing should always be moderately Free Trade.

treated. The rose-scented geraniumseems dung men who are learning the trade moist. Of course, those that The reduction of internal revenue and

special adapted to our sandysoil ought to he made to know the differ- are i in the most, igorous: growth should the taking off of revenue stamps from

and hot sun, it grows to be a large ence between wale ing g a plant twicea get the most wa 'r, and those that are largely Proprietary benefitted:Medicines the consumers, no doubt as well has as

clump, shading the soil, keeping it day when it only requires it twice a at rest the least. Aspidium iulcatum relieving the burden of home manufac

moibt and cool.Camellia week, and the watering of a plant once has thick, glossy leaves, and is the best turers. Especially is this the case with

Japonica do not take in three days, when it should be well of all for( room) coratiou. But we Green's August Flower and Soschee's Ger-

kindly to our sandy soil, they need watered every day. If YOU don't know can have maidiii hair, onychium, ne- man Syrup per (dozen, as the, has reduction been added of thirtysixcents to in-

protecting from the rays of the sun. how to water, you d.nl't know how to phropelis, stag-horn, silver leaved pte- crease the size of the bottles containing

Mine are small plants, to experiment grow. When a plant is dry it should ris, and some others in very good con these remedies, thereby giving one-film
with;; what I hav3 seen of other plants be well and thoroughly watered and tliliun. Where room is limited and more medicine in the 75 cent size. The

(blooming plants) convinces me that repeated as often as the plant becomes many I fVrns cannot be accommodated, August Complaint Flower, and for the Dyspepsia German and Syrup Liver for

they requite a good deal of care and dry. )"nll may cut over your common maid- Cough and Lung troubles, have perhaps,
attention, until thoroughly established ;These: directions though intended Hi hair and onychium) ferns and set the largest sales of any medicines in the

l when, no doubt, they will repay for() the use of the florist in the care of them aside in your cellar over winter, world. The advantage of increased size

all troubled bestowed upon them plants in their greenhouse?, are just as but be careful th t neither frost nor I of the bottles will be greatly appreciatedby
the sick and afflicted, in town
Pansies will only thrive during the applicable to house plants and shouldbe drouth reaches them there. and village in civilized countries.every Sam-

fall and winter month in shaded situa- carefully studied by all who keep "Fern cases are usually set in the ple bottles for 10 cents remain the same

tions as they cannot endure the hot plants in the house.-ED. hallway inside sunless windows,and size.


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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Let Us Have Peace.It !\ j part of the people of the South whichwe or "sporting," as it is commonly

is reported that just at present can but deplore a tendency to wait called.

.A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. large numbers of prominent foreign-f for us to make the first advances, instead But such a wholesale case as that
described in the Home and Farm has
ers are in this country negotiating for of receiving us with open arms.
Contents. never before been reported.I .
the purchase of stocks or the loan of 1 No doubt this is attributable to the have often several different
Fh Culture-Profits of Fig Culture in Cal- grown
ifornia, a Profitable Industry there, money, and that money in large sums "unpleasantness" of former years in varieties side by side and have known

why not in Florida 61 has been sent here from abroad for in- {part, in part to that superior sensitiveness the same thing to be done in numer-
A Question In Regard to Fig Culture. 62
vestment. This fact is attributed Lithe of the Southern nature. But ous instances by others and never
Pomology-Acclimating Plants. 62
heard befire of their
unsettled relations of foreign na- whatever\ it cost of boldness being supposedto
Farm and Garden-General Farming in may seeming mix. I hope that some of the readers
ginners East and; The South Sweet Florida Potato; Hints,Jersey to and Be- tions to each other, and the hitherto on the one side, or of sensitiveness of the DISPATCH, who have red

Nansemond Florida. varieties; Irish Potatoesin 63 unheard of freaks of politics, especiallyin on the other, the people of the and white, or yellow, varieties, will

Live Stock-Wintering Mulch Cows in the England, the Irish agitations, etc. 1 North and the people of the South test the matter thoroughly. It cannotbe
South,best food and shelter to generate We done in one season, but would re
cannot too
highly appreciate should seek
caloric and stimulate milk flow; For- every possible opportunityto
age Crops, making Jay in Florida. (64 the peaceful attitude of quire the planting of the first crop and
our own coun t ttr. thoroughly know each other.
Floriculture Floriculture in Florida; noting the result! to decide. The best
'Flowers in Florida; Watering Plants; ,, at this hour, in her foreign relations The fact H that the people of the plan would be to plant alternate hills,
The Rose(continued); Ferns for House
Plants. 63; nor exaggerate the blessedness:! North are nt> the enemies of the Southnor in the same row, with red and white,

Editorial-Colonel Elliott: Cuban Tobacco of peace at home. Nor can we placetoo i vice versa. The great heart of or yellow, potatoes, mark the hills
Heed; Fruit Growers and Nursery and in the fall be
men's Associations; Let Us Have much emphasis upon the necessity 1 the Nation i is one heart, and its every 'carefully very particular -
Peace; Current Comment. 66 to keep the different kinds
Meteorological. 66 of adhering steadily to our foreign throb touches honest blood in all the separate and accurately marked. The

Publishers Department. 67 policy of non-interference, or the im- arteries. We hope no future candi- next spring these could ba planted and

Poultry-1 he Rouen Duck; Free Rangefor portance of cultivating peaceful rela-- date for National place and National the resulting crop, both of vines and

Eggs Turkeys by Weight; Don't; Sunflowers Spread too for Chickens Much\ -; tious between the various sections of honors will be tolerated anywhere in tubers, carefully noted.

Eggs.; Sore Head Gapes; Best Breed for 68 our own country. It is probable thatno the Union with a creed he is not freeto
Jersey Yellow.-At the North thisis
I..loridlana-FlorJda for Englishmen, the + one thing tends more to peace in advocate in the whole land. Andto usually counted subvariety
as a mere
the State affords
opportunities Englishmen
of moderate means for bettering -- this land than the fact that all sections this enr! let the people of all sections of the Nans mond. In fact, I have

Toot& their! Toot condition! J here; Anthony I Come; Toot from! of the land are bound and being seek intercourse with each other seen a strain of unquestionably pure

Tampa Bay. 69 rapidly bound together with iron and a hearty, fearless but kindly interchange Nansemond, which, by a few years
Planting Shade Trees; Auction Sales; care in selecting the shortest and thickest
Spare the Trees 70 minis t ; that hitherto remote distances of views upon all questionsof
tubers for seed, had been changed
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are now being measured by brief mutual interest. M. S. LEETE. that it was impossible to distinguishthem
Note date
on printed tag on .
your h<'urs, and by the restless energy, the from the Jersey Yellow. In fact,

paper and renew at once if it ex business interests and climatic influences Current Comment. the only difference between the Jersey

pires during current month. Reasonable f that compel a constant tide California vs. Florida.Wherein Yellow and the Nansemond is, that the

extensions will be granted if requested of travel and inter-corn run nicaton lies the boasted superiority of Cali- first is 'a short, very thick potato, while

but otherwise the fornia the latter is longer and not so large in
papers over this State ?
throughout the length and breadth ofour f proportion.

will be stopped promptly on expiration land. There is just one misfortune According to the accounts of their -

of subset'iption.. to which we wish to call attend own growers, it is necessary to wrap Harrowing Sand.-The item, on

Colonel Elliott.4 tion. There i is an unrecognized tendency their young orange trees every winterto page 13, recommending repeated harrowing -
them is intended for clayey soils, and
from the cold.
to establish Northern protect
in i
We take pleasure in announcing society not for sand. It is impossible to makea
From the rerJbrts of the
t that Col. D. H. Elliott, founder of the Southern towns in winter, and Southern Service, it is evident that the Signal ther heavy clay soil too mellow. On the

society in Northern towns in sum other hand, the great trouble with
DISPATCH and for
many years one of mometer goes down lower in Southern
The most of our sandy soil is that it is too
mer. sooner this ceases the bet
its editors has California than is usual in the
again accepted a posi- orangebelt
loose. The of roller would
use a heavy
ter for our country, and the better for of Florida.
tion its editorial
upon staff. often be more profitable than harrowing -
all classes and individuals.The In California land is higher priced, W. C. SEELE.

Fruit Grower's Association.The writer is a native of the North, trees are more expensive and watercosts Switzerland, Fla.,January 5,1887.Meteorological. _
more than both. The annual
regular. meeting of the Florida but has resided in the South four years.
water bill of an orange grower i in .
Fruit Growers Association, will beheld From the first, and the first was ten Southern California would for all
pay .......... .
at Orlando on Tuesday, Fehruary years ago, we felt the importance of the fertilizer needed on a Florida) I.; ;' .
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the of the same size for several 1 4 'Jaq1ua = = = .
15 cultivating acquaintance of native grove .
1887.D. asa .Sr;.! iS- 00
REDMOND, President.D. Southen men, and have steadily in all 1 years.Whoever :'CO CD H_ 1YaAV I ooo--o: ) 53
heard of washing Florida 00 *iJ .
H. ELLIOTT, Secretary.. our life here sought every opportunityfor od to
oranges or rolling them in a barrel of 'PJtunH I OCt o-+ E-
-e. so doing, and we now number: sawdust to make them marketable ? M''
Florida Nurserymen's Assoc.ation. among our most esteemed personal 1 They are farther from market and C >tICI "3a

The regular semi-annual meeting of friends many of this class of our citi ought to pay more freight than we do. ..c, SX fail < -g '1JoolaA I coCO..OO. 3.

the Florida Nurserymen's Association On the whole, I fail to see a singlepoint ti-
From the first
zens. we also, C : 'UOT1aail: f r; 35a
will be held at Orlando on Tuesday, to be disingenuous++ to disguise nothingof claim a upon pre-eminence.they can justly -"CS C a.:. I I xzzzzmm kW

February 15, 1887. our old auti-slavery principles, or 8,5; ..

A. J. BID WELL.:: President, present views as to the interests of ourcommon Mixing of Sweet Potatoes.-The m G Dr. J4- pan sqipaapunq saqouj: uj 3332332co:: : G==-
I .Secretary.. country, but as we had opportunity of Home and Farm must 3 a !

to onverse freely with the certainly be mistaken. He is evidently So. H cO azo :
Cuban Tobacco Seed. ; aJ 1Tguu I -.,. 1"CO..,..... tS
people of the South upon all questionsof sincere, but as there are some c.;;. a jQ "" .oQ60 .
Inquiries come to us from who still believe in-that a .
many physicalimpossibilitytbe
the past and present. To this policy 1 i tuntuJun i
readers for Pure Cuban tobacco seed. transformation of O :=*0* I I wf
we have steadily adhered and --
Those having the same for sale should) we wheat into chess, there are some.,who OC Q tutuJxUI I cocoore'1..eo......,......oQoQcoco ill
: wish now to say to those who come still cling to this old superstition, I
advertise in columns. If
same our among us to visit or reside, there is no though its fallacy has been repeatedly) "eo, I IVS
gratuitous distribution is made 'Ja1atuo.lug 21=ifl:*;: ...f
being class of men on earth who will pay demonstrated, in spite of the fact that S1Tea uual{ 'O-- c: sz:
this season we shall be pleased to an no satisfactory evidence has been produced G I ggg g ll
more respect to the opinions of othersthan o . .
nounce same. that such transmutation of species b . .. allWSS5
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of Marion county will exceed its first are accorded them. any yet < q> Amd'O mm .

estimate of 325,000 boxes. We have noticed a tendency on the into numerous varieties, being evi 222 bba!., 2=: _e'i_-;N 0fii
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.! PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. where will be found a complete adver- Orange Grove. Look Here, Florida Bargain Seekers!

tisement of the freight and express lines Fine bearing orange-grove, 1,000 trees, Are you looking for paying investments
THE FLORIDA of this system with leading connections. for sale, quarter of mile from Lake Como either TOWN lots adjoining Railroad

!.a 20 to 28-page weekly,devoted DISPATCH to AGRICULTURE In conjunction with the Ocean Steamship Station, J., T. & K. W. R. R. ; 30 acres Stations; on navigable rivers; or front-
HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY and IMMI- Company and Boston & Savannah of beautiful high land, beautiful lake for ing on beautiful salt-water Bays or
. GRAftON In FLORIDA and the COAST BELT Steamship Company, the Savannah, boating fishing,lovely island (I acres) Harbors? On Orange Groves, or wild
, of the SOUTHERN!BTATES.Subscription. Florida and Western Railway offers unparalleled out in lake, high hammock land, good lands from one to one million acres ? If

Rates. facilities to Florida vegetable buildings. This is one of the best grovesin so, send for "The Oran e Grove," a
Per Annum,t2 X. Six Months, >'Jl.iX) Three and fruit shippers for handling their Putnam county. Price $10,000; quar. monthly journal published In the interestof ,
Months, SOc. Remittancesand shipments to the North. It has double ter down, balance easy terms. Address Lands in Florida,-only one dollar a

business correspondence should be addressed daily freight service into the great West, C. B. SMITH, 12 West Bay street year Sample{ copy FREE. Addres,
via Albany, Jesup and Savannah, and Jacksonville THE ORANGE GROVE,
toCHAS.. W. DACOSTA, Publisher I daily fast freight all rail service via the Liverpool, :Manatee Co., :Fla.
Jacksonville, Florida. Atlantic Coast Line to the East and Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching thirteen --A w- ---

North, and tri-weekly water service to for $2.00C. Rocky Branch Nursery, Moiitlcello, Fla.
To Advertiser New York, weekly service to Boston via C. CORBETT & SON, Parties intending to purchase LeCoi e

The DISPATCII, is THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL -! water way, twice a week via :Merchantsand Jacksonville, Fla. Pear trees will do well to place ord .*s
JOURNAL OF THIS STATE and has a Miner's Transportation Line to Bal- --. .---
large circulation in Florida and throughout with me before the season to plant opeI co
the United States and foreign countries timore, with other important connec- Doubly Ammoniated have a choice stock of one, two a .d
wherever the interest is turned Southward. tions. The rates are fully as low as by The Wilcox & Gibbs, Guano Co., Savannah three-year-old trees, and will not be un-
It iS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS any other line, and every official of the Ga. dersold. Correspondence with
IN THE SOUTH-especially) for Heal nurserymen -
system from General Haines We used Ammoniated
Manager to Doubly
tate,Nurseries, Transportation lines, Ranks, your solicited.
Hotels, and those branches wherein it is desirable Captain Wm. Davidson, General Traffic Truck Farmers' Special Guano, last B. 'V. PARTRIDGE,
to roach our winter visitors or our Agent of this city, are fully alive to the spring on potatoes and beans. Was so Proprietor.
rapidly For increasing permauent population. wants and courtesies due shippers. Col. much pleased with the result was sorry -.-
Advertising Hates
LOUIS apply W. BUCKLEY to C.D. Owens, the Traffic Manager of the we did not use it more generally. Will 500 Sicily Lemon Trees, $ inch in diam-
line, has long, ably and acceptably man- use it heavily this coming season.
Advertising Manager.To eter, 2i to 4 feet high, young, thrifty
aged all the traffic affairs of these lines, :FELL & JONES. stock/guaranteed O. K.

be Patronized.The and it is a fact that a great deal of the Savannah, Ga., Oct. 12th, 1886. A. H. MANVILLE,
popularity of the system is due the Jacksonville Fla.
attention of our readers is hereby efforts of this railway official. Some Seed Irish Potatoes. ,
enlisted on behalf of the following relia- time ago Mr. Wm. P. Hardee succeeded The best potatoes for planting in this Notice.
ble firms that here placed their advertise- Mr. Taylor as General Freight Agent of State are those brought from farthest
Four weeks after date I will sell at
ment in the columns of the
DISPATCH. the Savannah
Florida and
Western East. Believing this, last year we im- auction at the and
commencing the present: week. Theyare Railway, and he is also popular and ported several thousand barrels from Pine streets Jacksonville building corner Florida Bay
successful and popular commercial well one
posted official. Col.! D. II. Elliott
NOVA SCOTIA iron safe for for whom it
firms without and storage
exception when so long and favorably known to
such reach out and solicit Florida trade fruit grower in Florida, looks after every soliciting of Early Rose, Chili Red, Beauty of may concern. JNO. C. L'ENGLE.
they deserve Hebron, etc., and the potatoes raised Dec. 27, 1886.
patronage. Always name in this section, and he is a success.
the DISPATCH when writing any of our Our readers should carefully the from this seed were very fine large, and -
advertisers. ad vert isemeu t. peruse brought highest prices. We have another Geo. E. Snow, of East Lake states

First on the list cameE. .4 cargo of these same potatoes on the way that he is better satisfied: with Williams,
A Word About Calendars. here, and will sell as follows: Clark & Co.'s Orange Tree Fertilizer

commission merchant. BEAN and, forwarder of There are calendars and calendars, big Chili Red, per barrel, $3.50. than any he has used ill eight years' ex-

fruits and vegetables. His office and and little, good, bad, and indifferent, use- Early Roae, per barrel, 83.00. perience with orange tree fertilizer..
house is located at the Waycross ful and ornamental, high-priced and low- Beauty of Hebron, per barrel, 3.00. -.- -- -
Sacking this city and his facilities for priced and no price at all. But for a We guarantee the potatoes to be as Cuttings of three varieties of the Fig

handling fruits are fine. He advertisesa substantial, practical calendar, especially represented Send money with order furnished to order at $2 per hundredSmall
full and' big stock of suitable for business office etc., with fig- and we will ship promptly. cuttings of six inches sent by mail,
orange CHURCH ANDERSON & Co. post paid. H. REED,
supplies. Call on Mr. Bean. ures that can be read across a large ,
room; and that will hang on the wall in Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 5, 1887.Palm Rr T '2.li.1: Jacksonville. Fla
J. H. ALEXANDER, --- --- -r.Fertilize.-
good shape from January to December, --- -
seedsman, of Augusta, Ga., has some- few will mind paying 25 cents. This just lilll :Nursery.

thing to say to our readers elsewhere.He about covers cost and postage for the one Choice varieties of orange and lemon With Upland Cottonseed 12.per; ton.

reliable and prompt. issued by N. W. Ayer & Son, newspaper trees grown on high price land, stock For prices on car-load lots address

CHAMPION FENCE WORKS, advertising agents, Times building, three years old and well rooted. Buds MAYS & PARTRIDGE,
under M. Philadelphia. of seasons setting. For prices call 1 Monticello, Fla.
Mr. E. Weston's careful man- past .
agement has grown into a big.manufacturing Anthony Nurseries. on or address DUNCAN BROS.,
that Clear Water Harbor. Fla. t: -save 1\Ioney
concern supplies our people
with a fence equal any in the land. Brokaw Anthony, Marion County, Fla., I. J. By writing for special offer of LeConteand
Write Mr. Weston this city for particu- Proprietor, offers nursery stockof iioubly Amiuoniated v*. Peruvian Guano. Keifer Pears, Moore's\ Early Grapes,
lars. general fruits for sale. Specalties, The Wilcox & Gibbs Guano Co. Savan- etc., to "Arcadia Nursery," Monticello\ ,
pears, peaches, Kelsey plum, grapes in nah, Ga.I Fla.
THE CHICAGO FARM JOURNAL, variety, and Japan persimmons, and all have used Doubly Ammoniated -eCuuked- --
a popular and'bi publication that has other fruits adapted to this soil and cli- Truck Farmers'your Special (guano this Feed.
thousands of readers each week make mate. Also nut-bearing trees, Japan l'
son on various crops, and am very well For Horses, composed of sound corn,
special offers to our people elsewhere. chestnut the finest of all nuts. Orna- pleased with the result. I think it the oats and barley, judiciously mixed,

Read their big advertisement. mental shrubbery among which are the best fertilizer that can be bought in this cooked dried by steam, then ground;

W. F. FULLER, brella Pepper and tree a, full Arborvitajs.line of etc.flowers.Texas Will Um- country. I used it by the side of Peruvian put up in 200 pound sacks. Price per

of San Mateo, Fla., has a bargain for ; take in Guano, which cost much more and 100 pounds, $1.50.
pleasure all
sale I answering corres- think it equally as good if not superior to Cow Feed composed of sound corn
pondence promptly. Questions ans- Peruvian. I also used your Truck Farmers' meal middlings and cotton seed meal,
V. II. HALLOCK, SON & THORPE; wered and terms given on application.
Special on young orange trees, withgood judiciously mixed, pu; up in about 175
"of East Hinsdale, N. Y., advertises the Addres, I. J. Brokaw, Anthony, Fla. results. I think every one who pound sacks. Price per 100 pounds,
popular Chrysanthemums and otherbeautiful used your Specials in this neighborhoodare 150.
flowers, seeds, bulbs, etc., for six Superb"ork. of Art Free. satisfied that they are first-class fer Poultry Feed, compossd of corn, bar-
sale. The Chrysanthemums has leaped The publishers of the American Agriculturist tilizers. V. L. WRIGHT. ley and rye, judiciously mixed, dried by

into unprecedented popularity lately and as will be seen from the adver- Sparrs, Fla., July 20th, 1886. steam then ground. Price per 100
our lady florists, as well as others, will tisement elsewhere, offer without addi- -e- pounds, 1.50.
be glad to learn that they can buy of this tional cost to subscribers this year, a 150,000 Livington's favorite tomatoplants While at first glance the price of this

reliable house. series of very suberb engravings. Each for sale; good strong plants $1.00 feed appears high, it is not so in fact, for
of the six which
SHAKER'S SEED co, one are forwarded on per hundred, delivery after Jan., 1st. the reason that it is concentrated, is very

of Mt. Lebanon, N. Y., advertise seed worm receipt far of subscription more than that amount.price, $1.50 Serfd, is C. F. HEYER, rich, and only a small quantity is neededto .
fed time. Send orders to
for sale. Read their advertisement. Lakeland, Fla. be at a
to 751 Broadway New York.
O. JUDD & CO., ---. Cabbages, Cokes, Beets, Etc. Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 10, 1887.
publishers of the great American Agriculturist DELAND. FLA., Nov. 3d, 1886. e .
The Wilcox & Gibbs Guano Co. Savannah
of H. J. Baker & Bro : -
751 Broadway, N. Y., make OrangCS.
special offers to our readers. Read theseoffers I have used your "Orange Tree" Fertilizer Ga.
After Truck Farmers' The Wilcox & Gibbs Guano Co., Savan-
in other columns of today'spaper for three years in succession, and using your Special
and remember this is one of the the good results are so apparent in" my Guano two years, with perfect satisfaction nah, Ga.Your .
oldest and best publishing houses in the grove, that I shall stick by it. It is the (twenty tons this year) on cao- Orange Growers' Special and
country. best I have ever used. bages, cukes, beets potatoes, etc., I unhesitatingly Own Guano have worked wonders on
H. WATERS. say I believe it is as good as my orange trees this season. I have
any fertilizer I have ever used-and I used two other popular brands that cost
The Great
Plant .
System.One Wm. Perry, Fruitland, Fla., Octoberllth have used other popular brands that cost more money and believe one ton of yours
of the best managed and finest 1886, reports: "The Mapes Manures considerable more money. If I continuethe equal to one and a half tons of either. I
systems in the world is the Plant System.It have given satisfaction both on> trucking business I will certainly use take pleasure in recommending the or-

does not embrace, probably, as many large and small trees in this neighbor- it again. HENRY MEINHARD. ange tree fertilizers, and will now trr
miles of track nor as many steam vessels hood. The trees have done well and Ocala, Fla., May 21st, 1886. two tons of your Truck Farmers' Special
as some others, but it is so well organized made a splendid growth." .-.-. which please send C. W. KELLER.
reaches into such a profitable Williams Clark & Co's High GradeBone Pine Island. Fla., October 7th, 1886.

shipping territory and is so popular with: Groves where Williams, Clark & Co.'s Fertilizer is considered the best ,
the people that the name is a standardone : Orange Tree Fertilizer has been used are now in the market. Office$ WestBaystreet Good male agents for the sporting out .
among transportation men. Else- looking finely. Jacksonville. fits advertised by E. S. Morgan


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that Mrs.\ H. "has such good luck" 1 day we found them to weigh one railroad systems of Florida is to reach

; Poultry yard. with her turkeys, with such shiftless poun,1 and two ounces, while another deep water the furthest south, in orderto

management, when they have no"luck" party brought in twelve and exchanged command the trade of Mexico Central -
America and
the West
India Islands
.. at all, with the care. them for these ,
greatest groceries, it is evident that
:, possessing a remarkable -
Rouen Duck.
,,' There is precisely the secret. -no weighing; two pounds( and two ounces. degree all the natural advantages for

Although of late years the Pekins management at all. The turkey does The moment we all combine to sell by this purpose Naples must, in the natu-

have had the lead, owing to their white. not want to be "managed." It wantsto the law, you will secure to yourselffull ral course of events, become the great

plumage and the ease with which theycan be let alone. This woman lets her prices and full weight. The commercial entrepot of South Florida.
As shown by a series of soundings the
he kept in confinement, yet in turkeys take care of themselves almost keeper of first-class! stock would get deep water of the Gulf comes within! avery

every other respect the Rouens are exclusively. She sends out one of her their full value, and not maintain a short distance from shore,twenty feet

strong rivals and deserve attention.It children occasionally to note; their tax to tempt the second-class poultrymen of water, accessible to sea-going vessels,

is claimed: that the Rouens are number and their wanderings! and per- with whom he now competes. being found within one hundred and fifty
thin the haps toss them handful of She yards of shore, opposite the center of the
larger Pekins, but our opinion a corn. 4
city. Contiguous to city, on the
H that they are ab nit equal in generally contrives to ascertain when Sunflower Seeds for Chickens. south Gordon's Pass and Bay afford a

size. They resemble the wild Mallard, the hen islayingand learns the location I have forty chickens and get from ( splendid harbor and absolute protectionfor

from whom, it is supposed, they sprung, of her nest sometime in the cou rse of her six to eight dozen eggs per week. I the ordinary coasting vessels. This
point on the coast was selected as the
and are exceedingly beautiful, the ovulation or, incubation, but she is raise from five to six bushels of sun- terminus of the Great International Rail-

head of the drake being a lustrous careful not to disturb her.: When she f lower seed ever summer, and feed it way, and in a few years the sound of the

green in color, with hazel eyes, greenish : comes off the nest, a handful of very to my chickens twice a week throughthe engine's whistle will resound over the

yellow bill, with :a black bean at cmrse Indian meal or "grit.,," wet winter. Beat up all the old] bones I' waters, as it speeds northward bearingon

the tip. The back is a mixture of ashy with sour milk, is thrown to her, to fur them, and change their feed, keep Southern its way Seas the rich commerce of the

gray and green on top, with a deeper prevent: her from wandering too far in their house clean, and I never fail to The body of land on which the town is

green on the lower jn'rt, the sh --ulder search of food while the little turkeysare have eggs to use and some to Fell all !located' is high, rolling, timber pine land,

coverts being finely streaked with waving feeble. After that they take their; winter, cold or warm. Sunflower intersected with high spruce pine ridges,

brown lines.: The front of the own course ; they come to the house seed; is the best feed to make hens lay running parallel hundred to the Gulf, and from
fifty to one feet above level.
breast is purplish brown, the under when they choose, and when they Jik* that can be fed to them ; better if The land is absolutely dry, and sea is neverat

part of the body being gray, and black they ramble and capture insects. I mashed or ground any time subject to overflow. The

under the tail. The wings are a mixture have oft ll c"'ine upon the old lieu and e 4 town site has a frontage of five miles

of grayish: brown and green. witha her thriving; brood a mile from home, Sore HeadGapes.A :along i the Gulf shore, where occurs abroad
white shell beach the finest in the
broad purple ribbon, the tail ashy cha iug grasshoppers and bugs. They ,
State which drive
sure cure for the sore head in on a magnificent one
brown, and tail coverts black. The do not oven go home to roost regu chickens is 1 hundred feet wide has been laid out its
legs: are orange color, and a ring nearly larly ; they seem to be ratified:! i if an equal quantity kerosene entire extent. There is no undertow or
and lard
encircles the neck. The due is i< they get within sight of home. I have applied to head twicea lateral currents and the surf is unsur-
week. Chickens in the South are passed for bathing facilities
sonipwhat t different, having a brown found them perched on the gate in the
sure to have it in sunnier. It is caused The climate is most excellent and
head, brounish orange bill, no ring to division fence between this neighb by a little red bug that buries itselfin healthful ; and the sport thereabouts is
the neck, and is shaded'; over the body() and me, and wondered( how they escaped grand.
the head mIll
wattles of fowls.
with brown, from the light ash to near the owls But they do escape Among others financially interested in
prove fatal if not attended to., Another Naples is the Hon.C. Mitchell, of Tal
ly green. The Rouens are the m st somehow ; they survive all I t the perilsof
remedy I has cured lahassee. Commissioner of Land aud Immigration
use always
beautiful this half wild existence and arrive pre
of all the breeds of ducks if Captain C. F. Adams Gen-
vented in chickens. When ;
consider the different shades of : gapes young eral State
we Agent of the Disston Land Company -
the chick is week old
color in its plumage, the broad} ribbon percentage a paint under ; C.B. Lewis &;Co., bankers, of Tallahassee
of the drake being really As. carefully and over-carefully coddled the bill, on the throat, with tincture of ; Mr. C. Jay cox, County Treas-
gorgeous Iodine Use a feather to apply and urer, of Orange ; and Mr. JohnA.
layers and market birds they by the neighbors.Country Gentleman. Judge
are e.*- touch once or twice. Graham, son of E. A. Graaam,
ckllent, and grow rapidly from the MIW.M.E.C.[ of Braid en town, Fla. These gentlemen,
start, often reaching eight pounds '-- -eDon't -- --- Green Cove Sprints, Florida. at the present writing, are on a tour of

weight when matured.-Farm and Spread Too Much inspection to Naples.
The new town is reached from Jacksonville -
Garden. Young fancier don't imagine that Best Breed for
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you are destined to sit uron a pinnacle The writer of a '"Prize Poultry Article and Key West Railway, South :Florida
Free. Range for Turkeys. of poultry fame the first year of, Railroad and :Florida Southern Railway
the Mirror
and Farmer of
Most people kill their turkeys with i your experience, nor the second ; j to Punta Gorda thence by steamer Walk-
Manchester, N. H., claims that there atomica to Naples, an having
kindness. It u an aboriginal f fowl ; i it don't. for one moment think you will' is no such tiring as the 'best breed for been made with this steamer to ply between -

has in its blood to this day more wild- spring into such prominence as that t laying." This'statement he Punta Gorda and Naples as oftenas
ness than the dunghill chicken. It, enjoyed by Spaulding( Felch, Williams first be met with incredulity but mayat it desired. It is the intention of the

should not he forgotten that the tur and others;, by a few short years is company to place a steamer on this line
nevertheless true. There is
not, in a few months which will make
key is a native of North America, and I of breeding and caring for poultry.Don't regu-
I and possibly never will be, a best breed lar trips between the two places.
hence has b**eti domesticated but a few please don't try to commence I under all circumstances and condi Lots are being sold at a lively rate,and

hundred years, while the cock is a with a dozen different breeds at once, i tions. Should the question be asked many leading speculators are buying

native of Asia! the cradle of mankind, but cho sa variety that suits yourlaste before convention of quantities of land about the place in view
) a poultry fan-
and had been the companion of man I and devote your attention t to ciers, "\V llat. is t the best breed for lished of a "boom"Florida cities that ,conies and makes; to well fortunesfor estab-

for thousands of years. For this that until you thoroughly understands eggs?" there is little doubt that each lucky early investors. The town is

reason, among others, the cock submits. art of breeding it up tj the desired one could prove to his own satisfaction : not a paper speculation, however.

himself to the restraints of artificial l and require standard. After a at least, that his particular breed[ -+.+-

life better than the turkey does- while you might add another good t was best, when in fact, the differenceis Proved to be all that Was Claimed for It.

better, probably, than the turkey ever breed, but don't be in a hurry about it. not in the breed, but in the management The Wilcox & Gibbs, Guano Co., Savannah -
will. Ga.
of the fowls. A ton of fertilizer I
All breeds or varieties of the common Eggs by Weight. bought of you in
*-< the
spring proved to be all that you
cock <>r chicken improve in size, Were it the practice of breeders to A Tropical City. claimed for it. I used the Orange Grow-

flavor and beauty under domestication, weigh the eggs laid by the different 9 Situated on the Gulf of Mexico, twenty ers' Own on light pine land, and I am

but the turkey deteriorates. It seems breeds, how quickly would the relative five miles south of Punta Kassa, in Monroe well pleased with the result.J. .

to be like the Indian of its native value of breeds be apparent. The county, is the coming city of NAPLES, Citra, :Fla., June 15, 1886.. T. HARRIS.

woods ; it craves freedom and Ian question comes up, what will a good, Naples recently Town placed Improvement on the market Company by the of _

guishes in confinement. first-clast dozen of eggs weighVe this State. The DISPATCH, al: the coins Garden and Field Seeds
I am led to make these remarks say that one pound and ten uucel mencement, wants to say that the stock

from my observations on individual 1 should be considered a fair weight for holders and incorporators of this com Forage Crops in Particular.Kaffir .

cases of mauagemenr. One of theseis twelve eggs, and the price per pound 1 pany thoroughly and Naples reliable, are gentlemen the best and most the Corn-Xew.handsome and valuable.

a neighbor who joins farms with i based upon that weight. How many State and their Headquarter*Seed,50c lb. Postage 16c extra.
reputations be
can relied Yellow Millo :Maize-Early, desirable
me in Washington county, Ohio. His double yolked eggs dM'! you ever buy upon. They have carefully invests [ ; also Large African Millet prolific, or White
wife is note I for the wagou-load of at a store ? Were you buying by the gated the site named for a town and in i Dura; Wtlte Millo Maize, Early Amber,and
fine dressed: turkeys which she and her pound you would see them often. their judgment, backed by ripe expe- Eaily lliallIlc Orange tt,. caae.: These at 25c tt, or by

husband bring to Marietta\ the We know of rience, it is one of the most promising in f Spanish Peanuts, 20c H), by mall 36c >B>.
county poulterer who are selling the State for a future big city. Is is the Full assortment of Garden Seeds, Grass and
seat, about the holidays. It is often a eggs at advanced prices in Boston, most habitable portion of the mainland, Clover Field Crops.:Seeds, Early and Reliable Corn for

source of wonder to the neighboring and sending the ribbed ones anti small 1 and all tropical fruits can be raised herewithout I'eterkin'a Improved Cotton Seed-10 percent

housiwives, who labor unceasingly, ones to the country store and exchang fear of frost or damage. Fine i et lint.
Send for lists of
feeding, coddling, cooping, keeping up lag them for feed for the fowls early transportation date. facilities are certain at an attention to orders.any Prompt

out of the dew and rain, why it i iY is Weighing twelve of them the other As the struggle between all the great Seed J. H.Store ALEXANDER,Augusta,da.f4 i ||

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during the last winter raised radishesin tented, because one sorehead in any .A.JLElS: : !
Florridiana. large quantities, and Bold them in locality will do more harm than five
that town for a cent apiece. These good men can remedy.
two instances are sufficicient to show Everything is moving forward in a THE
FLORIDA FOR ENGLISHMEN. that there is a field for the gardener, sure manner here.

and they might be multiplied indefi- In Marion county many people are
Opportunities for Men of Moderate
Means to Better Their Con- nitely from the experience of other putting out orchards of general fruits, Most'Sonthorn S Oof! F1oda.1
Floridians. More is in such
dition. care necessary as pears, peaches, Kelsey plum,
the selection of land for gardeningthan grapes, etc. This is a move in the
Bernard Has ie, an Englishman for orange growing; but there is right direction. O. I. F.
traveling in Florida, writes a lengthy abundance of such land in the State, Anthony, Fla., January 6,i887.

account; of this State and the oppor- and its prices are not as a rule so highas .
those asked for grove lands. Toot! Toot I Here I Come from
tunities it affords Englishmenof Deep wa'er Railroad Terminus. Fertile
young Thirdly, there is always the consider- Tampa Bay. Kiult! and Vegetable Lands. High Rolling
moderate means for bettering their PIne Lands for Building. Balmy and Salubrious
ation that Florida is a new State, as Stand aside all "blow hard," I Climate. Magniticent Surf and Sea
condition to the "Field" of London.He yet sparsely settled, but growing so ye Bathing. The Sportmen's Paradise. The In-
have much to say, but little leisure to valids' Sanitarium. Tue Pleasure-Seeker.
does not think orange culture rapidly in popular favor. that towns say it in. I have worked hard all Resort.

under existing circumstances promises are every day springing into existence day gathering my oranges, just beginning -
where hitherto a few scattered cabinsin
sufficient returns to induce investmentby on a crop of some fifty thousand.
those who must rely largely upon the woods have been the only signsof My\ grove is young and the trees too Fine Opportunities for Invest-
human habitation. Each
new thrifty for any profit, as there is not ment.
their own personal effort for success, town increases the demand for labor less than thirty thousand old dry hills

the cost of land being too high, the and all its branches, and the man whois and half decayed fruit on the groundat

expenses of cleaning, planting and able and willing to work need never this moment. This grove is of a 2O,000 CITY LOTS.,

cultivating too great, and the time be without employment. Manual 130 large fine twelve year old seed
labor in America does not involve loss
about and
ling trees, occupying two
between planting and bearing too long
. of caste. The gentleman (I use the one-third acres. I have applied about "
to justify the hard work and sacrifice word advisedly) who has spent his thirty dollars worth of fertilizerthis CA t A, -
necessary to bring a grove into bear- working hours with a can of paint year. The fruit is not "bright" nor
ing. He closes] his article as followsSo ]) and a sheaf of brushes on the top ofa is it "russet. These oranges are

far I have writ teen only of ladder will be as welcome in the peculiar fruit, both in flavor, taste,
orange.growing, and I have endeav- drawing-room in the evening as if he and appearance, hiving: a soft leath-
ored to put the case fairly and impar- had lounged away the day, cigar in ing feel, and are fine keepers. Oh, if
tially. The conclusion that I have mouth, upon the hotel piazza ; and we only had enough fruit to make a

been forced to arrive at is, that the where wages are as high as they are "golden spot" on the market, then the ,-
risks were ,too great and the outlay too here, and all honest work is honestly "P. P." orange would be famous. 1WuwI.i 1

heavy to justify expectations of returns paid for, the dollars accumulate with Like the "Manatee orange" and the ; 4..L\/f

commensurate with the expense wonderful rapidity. "Indian river orange" and othersah ; ..
and How far time and ma- -.. .- I
anxiety. shaw now, why not let us just say .
tured experience will alter the case, I ANTHONY. the "Florida Orange!I" and let all ;

am unable to prophesy. Rates of share in this glory, as all have helpedto
freight which are at almost A Self Supporting Florida Town.
present make the reputation which the
prohibitive, may be so far reduced by Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Florida fruit enjoys. We don't need 1 ., ptES;,:: r!

the extension of the railroad systemin Every town is written up more or to throw mud at our St. Johns river' .

Florida, and the increase of com- less, and especially Florida towns. folk or fruit, a little ice and frost, is <1.%'1'j.- t:./
petition, as materially to better the But Anthony less. Anthony is located quite bad enough, but little of that rSt,ra, 1, ",.,
orange-growers position ; but so far as on the F. .R. & N. R. R., on may do as much good as harm 4 ps ,,..c ,
the tide of winter travel increases, andit high rolling pine laud ; has a population where they do not aspire to tropical CapqRomrto, '
continues to be the fashion among of five hundred ; can boast a fruit-growing. We need not care to

wealthy Northerners to own a grovein graded school of one hundred and 1 take the whole cake, since half will be Broad avenues every four hundred feet.
Florida, the cost of productionwill twenty scholars; principal, Prof. Leon- : all that we can manage. Ours is Wide streets every two hundred feet. One of
Parks. Plenty
not diminish. How, then, are ard, from Memphis, Tenn., and a grad- ;. another field; we have many other fresh hundred air spacious assured. Public A magnltlceat Beach, 100
bona fide settlers to make a living? uate of the Tennessee State University fish to fry." But I cannot speaknow feet splendid wide and drive five and miles boulevard.long, is laid Situated out In In a

This question may be auswere'1 very ; assistants, Mrs.\ Drake of Indiana of these matters. I must report Monroe county,30 miles south of Punta Uor-
. and here is of comfortfor and Miss LeCounte of Nebraska. da, on the most southern habitable portion
easily a grain
that up to date we have had no frostto of the Peninsular of the Gulf Coast.
the intending emigrant. There Three general stores, one grocery hurt even the young tropical trees,

are three ways open. The first, and store, a drug store, blacksmith and and many tender vegetable3 even escaped An Ideal City in Trop1 al Florida.
hitherto the most successful method* is wagon ship, one livery barn, two ho- the late cold. The region of ,

to trade, not in oranges, but in orange tels, two church organizations and Tampa Bay bids fair to attract a large
Blocks 200x409' Jeet. Lots 50x100 feet. With
groves. Laud cleared and planted plenty of good, intelligent clever peo share of the winter travel, and quite a 20 feet lane. 25 per cent. of proceeds de-
with young trees finds a much readier ple as any place can boast of. All few places have'already changed voted to city improvements. f

. market among the visitors than wild these things go to make this a desira- hands, and it looks as though the second -
land of equally! good quality, and at ble place for people wishing to find a man invariably comes out ahead Lots Ten Dollars Each.Odd .

prices which afford a good profit upon pleasant home. of the first. I would like to bring up
the outlay. In this way the original There are fine pine and hammock this subject for discussion and settle- numbers will be sold for ninety dayi ,
investment can be rapidly turned ]lands adjacent to the town, that can ment. What is a fine young bearing seeking without homes reserve.In Tropical Rare inducements Florida.. to those ;

over, and an income realized almost be bought at reasonable prices. These orange grove worth? Now be fair, never For information, maps,circulars, etc., call
from the outset. A second method is lands are well adapted to general farm- mind about the size, figure as you on or address

"truck-farming," or, in other words, ing, orange culture, vegetable and please on that. I know you can run
market gardening for the Northern truck farming, and among the best on with a great many ifs and ands but JOHN A. GRAHAM,
'cities, or for the supply of fashionable for general fruit raising. I wish to business is "business." Let us all try
{Southern resorts. The small fruits add, the people of Anthony are self and make "our paper" the DISPATCH;
and vegetables of Florida are in immense supporting and do not depend upon more and more interesting. When I General Manager Naples Town Imp.Co.,.
demand in Northern markets for has been Mohawk Block(over Postofflce),
strangers support get time I have a heap to say. I can
and strawberries tomatoes aptly said of some Florida .towns. Jacksonville, Florida.
green peas, tell you how to make a fortune !
cabbage, and cauliflowers (all of But strangers are cordially invited to Yours, etc, Wi\r. P. NEELD.
which be in the air to and for them-
can ripened open come our place see January; 10,1887.
in Florida in February and March) selves. Then, if they can please them- Authorized Agents: a

.' bring returns which seem almost fab selves, we welcome them among us, Attention Fruit Growers. R. G.ROBINSON! &Co.,Orlando, Fla.J. .
ulous. A gardener in Alachua county for we are not blind to the fact that Send in your orders for a few ever C.. f MITCHELL;.MITCHELL,,Tallahassee.Tampa, Fla.Fla. a
told me 1 that four barrels of cauliflowers more contented citizens means better bearing orange. Large one year buds on .T AS. P.SNOW& Co., Boston, Mass. #
which he shipped to New York schools, more and better churches, four year stock. 1 each, $10 per dozen.the WHITLEDOE.J. HINSON,&Haines TATUM(City, Bartow Fla.,Fla.F.
This tree will give you fruit & NILEH, Key west, Fla. I
orange HANDLIN
early in 1884 brought him a net profitof more society-as better is not easy
f ;year round. C. B. E.M. GRAHAM, Uraideotown, Fla....
$27 (about 5, 12s.) per barrel ; found-and adds to the general' pros- South; Florida Nursery, Lake Helen, T. C.WATSON,Pensacola,Fia. .
Fort ,
,and a gentleman in Jacksonville perity of the community. I say con- Florida.. CARLETON&CBAWFORD Ogden

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Planting Shade Trees. A NEW VIEW OF CONSUMP Health an i by insurance physicians, HARDWARE !

This is the proper season for plant- TION. as a scientific and the only specific for)

ing both evergreen and deciduous trees. And One Which-Appeals to Common those great organs in which over -
ninety cent. of diseases originate
Nothing adds more to the beauty of a Sense. Many Curable "
or are sustained.
town than shade trees along its streets Cases. "Is this form of treatment successful GEO. L. McCoNiHE, -

and country roads. Nothing adds 1?"

more to the attractiveness and comfortof [Medical Stilus.] "It is wonderfully so, and for that (New Building at Old Stand.)!

"Many persons die of Consumptionwho reason I am only too willing that you
a rural home, particularly in a land "
could be cured Dr.
easily says should announce it to the world of 40 & 42 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
of hot ,
sun sandy soil and little
grass S. C. Clark, of Watertown, N. Y., "if consumptives."

than shade trees arranged artistically they would go at it right. I have a

about, the dwelling. Florida is unfor- view of the disease.
new Consumption Note by the Publishers We have
nate in the width of her country roads, "
is not always of lung origin. received the above interview from H. Hardware. Cutlery, Stoves and Tinware.

minimum width being twenty and the "How so? What is it then?" H. Warner & Cu., Rochester, N. Y., House Furnishing Goods, Granite and
maximum width thirty feet. This is a of Agate Ware. Bash, Doors, Blinds,
"Many cases consumption are it
with the request that we publish for
relic of barbarism that still clings to Oils. Agricultural Implements,
The disease itself
secondary. prevails
In foot
us. The law certainly should: be but the best the good of suffering people. a Iron and Steel. Rope, Belting,
in this everywhere, practitionersrefuse note to their letter they say : Hose and Packing. Pumps,
changed progressive to at
age to attribute it entirely to inher- is
The experience of Dr. Clark not Steam and Water Pipe
least double these
distances. But as
itance or the weather. If a person to In correspondencewe and Fittings! Four
strange us. our
there is no present prospect of this lies in the most favorable climate in have found that thousandsof Steel Galvanized
being done, neighborhood and individ- many Fence Wire,
the world and has any tendency to
from what they
uals should take the matter and set people are suffering Mantle: Is,
up weakness if certain conditions
lung think is whereas the
their Consumption, Grates,
fences back feet either
on exist in the that climate however
system, real difficulty is with the liver and Etc.ALont .
side, planting a row of trees the
upon favorable will not development
the fact that
kidneys, proven by
road line and
legal allowing ample
of the disease. The disorder health
these restored to by
space between the trees and fences for organs are
in such is
cases only a secondary
walks. the use of Warner's safe cure, the consumption
i sympton in the lungs of some other and does ure- For
disappears, so
UpOn our pine lands water oaks I
ailment and be cured until
can never
mic which causes
make, perhaps the most rapid II i or kidney poisoning
growth, "
approached through its source. that Orange Lightning Powder, Farmers' Friend
I of diseases )
although the live oak is longer lived, "Yesdoctor; but what is the methodof so many symptoms The and Boss Plows, Dangler Oil Stoves, Perry
the human is to.
and, perhaps, more satisfactory in the ?" system subject & Coos Celebrated: Stoves and Ranges,
long run. We mention these because same may be said of rheumatism, Southern (St. Louis) While Lead,
"If you dip your finger in acid you caused by an acid condition of the Masury's Pure Colors in Oil,
they are easily obtained and live with- "
burn it do not? '
you system. We insist upon what we have Masury's Railroad&Liquid
out trouble if planted at the proper "
"Yes. the Paints, Fairbanks'Standard
time, that is, not later than February. "If wash this burnt finger always claimed, it'you remove Scale
Palmettoes and date palms could be you cause, the system will soon perfect the
second with the acid what is
every Rev.
used with effect with the oaks or other work already begun. Mrs. lli: -Tin Rooting, Sheet Iron,Copper and Tin
broad-leaved the result? Theodore Wolf, of Gettysburg, wife of Work to order.PIANOS .
evergreens,giving a trop- "Why, constant inflammation, festering -
ical the editor of the Lutheran Quarterly,
aspect to scene. The palmettoes -
and eventual destruction of the
said her friends her 'far
be thought gene
can obtained in most hammocksand "
finger. with Consumption,' but after a thor- ORGANS &, MUSICAL GOODS
swamps, and trees as large as can
"Precisely Now then for
my treatment with
be handled
be moved with
easily can
method which commends itself
$ safety, and will grow off finely. cure, she sa\s : 'I am perfectly well.: Genuine Bargains.
reason and judgment of skillful
About the house deciduous every We can cite thousands of such cases
trees practitioner. You know certain acids but If publish the
one enough. you
give the landscape
a pleasing variety to -
are developed in the body. Well if
above article kindly send us a marked Being Sole Agents in the South for
and afford shade in
the system is all right these acids are
summer, and admit sunlight in winter, copy"We CHICKERING, MASON & HAMLIN, MA-
neutralized and carriedout.
or the article
to ,
gladly give place
are very desirable. We have, perhaps, THUSIIEK, BENT & ARION
If the is run down by
system for if in the rav-
a wider range for the selection of both we can any way stay
excesses, anxiety, continual carries
deciduous and exposure ages of Consumption, which
evergreen trees than or overwork, these accumulate in the it is
millions yearly, PIANOS
other section away so many
of the and
any country, ,
blood. If there is natural weakness -
any do.-PuB.
bounden to
our duty so
there is
no reason why our roads and in the ]lung, this acid attacks it, .
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ground should: not be lined and dotted natural for it and if
with beautiful having a affinity Spare the Trees. ORGANS
trees.Auction the acid is not neutralized or passed ,
farmer "A
Says an intelligent
outof the system, it burns, ulceratesand
share of life has been
good my spentin
finally destroys the lung. Is this forests( to extend the field MASON A HAMLIN, BAY STATE,
The New York Market Journal clear?" removing )
lays : "We hardly think the high expectations "Perfectly But how do you prevent of agriculture, and lo.king back over

formed in regard to the sale the accumulation of these acidsin those years 1 am compelled to say: thatI Everyone given benefit of our one price system -

of the Florida fruit here by auction the system ?" owe the next generation an apologyfor terms, and of payment prices ,guaranteed and freight lowest.prepaid on Easy all
the work I have done. Fifty Instruments! to Purchaser's nearest R. R.or
have, so far this season, been justified. "Irregularities of the liver and kid steamboat landing.VIOLINS .

r Indeed the quantities thus sold have neys create this excess:,f acid and the years ago the lands that 1 now occupy

been so insignificant that they ale supply can be cut off only by correct were mostly covered with native -
the cleared lands in the
hardly to be considered as a factor in ing the wrong action of these organs. forest, and
timbered counties of this State bore GUITARS BANJOS AC-
the trade. Nor do dealers who are The kidneys alone should carry out in ,

not unfriendly to its existence, believe quantity, in solution, enough of this but small proportion to the area cov- CORDEONSand

that the Florida Fruit Exchange will acid daily, which, if left in the blood, ered by forest. Of course it was not

long continue to have any field for the would kill four men.Vhen the rossible then for me to see the effect all kinds of small instruments offered at
Then forests of large lowest prices. Send for our illustrated eata-
exercise of its functions." now apparent.
stomach, the liver and the kidneysare logue.
The Exchange has sent very little all conspiring to increase the acid, extent were found in almost all the

fruit to New York this season, for the the wonder is that weak lungs resist townships of southern New York -

simple reason that better prices have death as long as they do!1" Now every observing man may see Artist Iflatcriala

prevailed in other markets. I that our seasons have changed,
doing "But you have not told us how you Frames
Picture ,
this it has served the interests of the treat such cases." droughts are more frequent and more

growers realizing for their fruit a "No, but I will. The lungs are severe, lands parched because stores Fine Pictures,

higher price than could have been ob- only diseased as an effect of this acidor of water held in forest lands no longer Fancy Goods* .
tained. The exist, and it is plain to see that some Albums, Stationery.We
fruit it has had in kidney poison in the blood. After -'

New York has brought the 'highest having exhaused all authorized reme- return to the former condition wouldbe can save you money in anything in
beneficial to the agriculture of this Music, Art or Fancy Goods. Write ui for
market price obtained there. dies to correct this acid condition, I prices.

As a matter of fact, the Exchange was compel ed, in justice to my State. I

has done n much larger business this patients, to use Warner's ss fe cure : We can conceive of nothing that -

season than last year, and its dealings though a proprietary remedy,it is now adds more to the attractiveness of a Ludden & Bates Southern Music House,

have proven so satisfactory, that its recognized, I see, by leading physic country than the general distributionof

patronage is rapidly increasing. iang, by Presidents of State Boards of forest trees. SAVANNAH, GA.

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JAUTJABY 1'!, 1887.] -_-THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.' "-- -" 71' '

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;,: -The Florida:: :Dispatch: ; Line: :

;: With the Magnificent Connections. .

The Great Fast Express_ Freight System of the South.

Florida The attention of shippers Is directed to the Plant S. S. Line between Havana, Key West and Tampa, and People's Line of Steamers between Sanford Palatka and Jacksonville,South
Railway between Tampa and Sanford, 8. F. &;W. Ry between Jacksonville, Gainesville, River Junction and
Line between Savannah New Savannah, Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship
Philadelphia, Boston and
York. The best equipped, fastest and most lines
prompt between all
in Florida
ceivers and shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection: points all points North and Northwest. Re-

Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah.Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and Sa-
Daily fast freight I all rail connection vale Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior vannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville, Jacksonville, Callaand -
Coast point", Including :New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and han and Live Oak.
Providence. Tri-weekly service by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from
Tri-weekly connection for New York via i the Ocean Steamship Company, I leaving i SavanNew York (New Pier 35' North River,) direct for Savannah Tuesdays,Thursdays and Satur
nah Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays days.
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and :Miners Transportation Company, leav The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursday
ing 's and Fridays for Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, leaving for all points In Florida. Only direct line from New England to the South.
Savannah every Thursday. From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., sailing from Philadelphia every Saturday for
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via the Ocean Steamship Comany, leaving Savannah Savannah direct.
every caturday.: ,, From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., two steamers per week
Sailing days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. I points from Baltimore South. for Savannah direct making close connection with S., F. & W. Ry for all

to The Florida of Dispatch the above Line lines is, or the to quickest and best fast freight route from all points North, East and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates, stencils and shipping receipts apply
agents WM. P. HAKDKE Oen'l Freight Agent, savannah, Ga.
C. :3 Traffic
Manager, Savannah Ga.
W. M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Traffic Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. D. II. ELLIOTT, Trav. Agent, Jacksonville.Old .


Old tin cans should not be thrown E. M WESTON, Manager. LEMON AND ORANGE TREES

Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good health" locks.
away as useless, as they are handy for Works Waycross Depot,
ana a general line
many purposes, The tin of which theyare (In centre of E.Bean's Packing-House) Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address,

made can be brought into a useful AARON:: "S7VA-I33E3"" O-eorgreto-wrn: Fla
Jacksonville Fla.
etate by exposing the cans to heat until !May 1R'83: tf

the solder melts and loosens the joints This is the cheapest and roost desirable -
Fence n iw made. Jt is made of the best .
when they are to be pulled apart and JlESSEarEIt STEEL WIRE and Yellow .,- ROSESnANn

left to cool off. attended.Pine Picket Come Orders and see for samples.I Fencing. promptly SEEDS

Old tins, whin the joints) are loosened
am sole! agent for he Counties Duval,
by heat, are useful for setting Clay, St. Johns, Marion and AUfluia for the oQ4 ,
tropical and semitropical feeds in Champion fence Machines. Machi can
be seen in op r ti m at my wor ke.
When the seeds have sprouted and are E. M. WESTON, ? FRUITORNAMENTAITREESGRAPE VINES

in a fit state to transplant make a writing
Manager. }
our valuable FREE Catalogue, the I LARCE GREENHOUSES !
small hole the size of the tin, place it BEST we ever Issued, containing the Barest New and 1 121 YEAR. 700 ACRES.

into the hole, and then pull the tin liOII 8 A. 3L, E. \boleest: Old. THE STORRS. & HARRISON CO. PAINESVILLE. OHIO.
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away gently, so that the earth nor THE CELEBRATED

roots may be disturbed. This plan is BUILDING I MATERIAL-I

more safe than the old style of trans- Eclgewater Orange Gi'ove and

planting from seed beds, as the roots Winter Home, THE LARGEST STOCK IN FLORIDA.

are not disturbed by transplanting.The FRONT PRESSED BRICK . .._ .......... ...... ....... ........... ....810.00 per 100
*pieces that constitute the bodyof Situated on the St. Johns liver, 6 miles southof GOOD FLORIDA .. .. .... .. ...... .._. .... .... .. ... ,. ... 9.00 r
Palatka. Tract contains 130 30
the cans should be flattened out and acres Lime Plaster, Lath, Cement,Hair, Fire, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs, Fire Mortar.
under wire fence. Grove contains 2,000 trees,
there will be quite a collection of tin 1,200 bearing; present crop 3,000 boxes. Alsoa TYSEN, SMITH &: CO., 12 West Bay St.

sheets which are useful for large nu'nber of other bearing fruit trees-
poses. Rat and mouse holes can be lemons, peaches, Japan persimmons, plums, Oranges and Lemons OF
LeConte pears, figs, etc. Large barns, pack-
neatly and securely patched over with
ing-house,green-house, tenant's house, poul- HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN CATTLE,
this tin, strips of which can be used in try yard with running water,wharf,artesian made.Consignments Would.be solicited.:pleased\ to Liberal correspond advances with MERIDIAN, Miss.,

securing the lids of trunks and in many well, sulphur bathing pool,in fact a complete parties desiring to ship here. Thursday, January 20, 1887'

other ways there will be found uses place. :Modern cottage house of 10 rooms, be- Summers Morrison &: Co., Property of Amos!! Edmunds,J.B.Fort&Sons,
sides laundry,bath-room,storeroom,etc.,all 171 South Water St.Chlcago. Oeo..Curry &;Son, Disco, .Illinois.
for the tin of the old cans when put I This sale will consist of about 45 calves and
into with hot and cold water. Grounds well Refer to Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago yearlings, thoroughbreds and grades, males
convenient form. In cities
large stocked with choice shrubs and flowers. For ; J. V. Farwell & Co.,, Chicago.. and females,many of them being direct descendants -
and towns in England the old tin cans further particulars: address CO'S f\ of the most noted and highest record -
: cows in America, such as Eoho, Aegis,
are now carefully collected and taken \V. F. FULLER, BEAUTIFUL EYERBLUOJUINOROSES Aaggie.Astrea. Also several the fa-

to the factories, where they are hated San Mateo, Fl*. mous bull, Captain, the most note bull of
tnls breed in the world. Cattle are warrantedto
for their solder, which is valuable as Notice of Amending Articles of Incorpo- be in perfect health. Terms, cash, or note
well as for the tin upon them. In this ration Jacksonville Suburban Real Estate with approved security bearing 8 per cent.
interest. Time, 12 monts. Write for catalogue -
' 'way they form a profitable business in and Railroad Company. For growing 18 and Years distributing our Great ROSES.Specialty We have has all been the to AMOS EDMUNDS,

utilizing what was consider d worthless Notice is hereby given that a meeting of Latest Novelties and finest atandardaorta indifferent Disco Ill.
sizes and prices' to suit all We sendSTROOTlGOa.
as well as a nuisance in every the Stockholders: of the Jacksonville Suburban 018: i'LA6m(" safely by mail or express to all points.

house in Florida. C. H. 'V ALTON. Real Estate and Railroad Company will 3 TO 12$ PLANTS 51.| *?5.S&OurNewC5uide,88pp..de8cribe8

Eau Gallic. be held in the city (f Jacksonville, State of varieties of Roses the best Hardy nearly 5OO Shrubs 0 nest,Jt K.AIEPIANOFORTES.
Florida Climbing Vines,and New and Rare Flower
,at the State Bank of Florida, on the
Seeds,and tells how to grow them-FREE
Jamaica Ginger. 1st day of ebruary, 1887,at 8 o'clock p ra, for Rose Address Growers.TilE West DINGEE Grove&,Cheater CONARI Co.CO.Fa, .

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: the purpose of altering and amending the UNEQUALLED INTone

I 'have just brought from Englandsome articles of incorporation of said com pat::y. UNLEACHED A Touch, Workmanship,and Durability

Jamaica ginger root, which has HENRY L'ENGLE, S WILLIAM KXA1SE elf CO.
sprouted about three inches. I W. R. HUNTER, President HARDWOOD Not.204 and 208 West Baltimore Street,Baltimore
up Secretary. N Supplied in car-load lots. Admit- H No. 112 fifth Avenue.,.New YE'k.Magnificent.
shall be glad if any of your readers Ated one of the most Complete Fertil- CT
will instructions to now in use. Especially adapted L- 1
give me as )
any for Orange Groves. Quality
the best method of cultivating it. FanCY.( Poultry. D teed. Correspondence uaranS. FliD
A B. L. HOWELL A: CO., ]
Gallic, Fla. J. O. WALTON.Eau Montreal, Canada. B WORKS of ART

W. W. FENDRICH, $100 A WEEK. The greatest offer ever made to subscribers oi
an agricultural periodical. Every subscriber
A starved animal on a farm showsa Successor to Albert Fries, Ladies: gentlemen desiring pleasant profitable at fl-SOper year)to the mtr1can.AartcuUu,.
Keeps 20 varieties of Pure-bred Fowls. employment write at once. \Ve want ist(or 1887 will receive the above absolutely
starved farm; and worse, a starved Yards Shell Road free. Canvassers wanted everywhere. For particulars,
: near Moncrief Spr r jr. you to handle an article of domestic use that Umples
brain in the head of the owner. Pov- Eggs for Hatching,>$2 per dozen.P. recommends itself to every one at sight. ,-etc..address-- -O.JUDD-0,751BroadwayN.Y.CONSUMPTION1- .
O. Box: I. Jacksonville, r s STAPLE AS FL.OUK. Sells like hot cakes.
erty is no excuse, for butcherknivesare 49-Mention Dispatch. Profits 300 per cent; Families wishing to
cheap. practice economy should for their own
.-.-. Type for Sale. benefit write for particulars. Used every I hare positive remedy for the above dictate:bv it*
800 pounds Long Primer, the type the Di. day the year round in every household. nee thousands of cases of the wont kind and of 1oDUJf.ndlDl' t
Small Price within reach of all. Circulars free. bare been cured Indeed.10 strong II myfattla
potatoes be turned into patch is printing from, Is oflered for sa.
may Agents receive Sample Free. Address In IU efficacy that I will send TWO BOTTLKS FKKK,
cheap Address I together with a VALUABLE TKBATISE on this disuse
eggs by feeding. U.W. DACOSTA Domestic Un I'.:' Co.* Marion, Ohio. to any tafferer. Give expr.. and 1".O.addrtu.DB. .
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Painless Pregnancy and Parturition Pos Nurseries of Lake Weir Co.
Bargains in Real Es1atei sible. (60,000sold.) 1OO.OOO Orange and Lemon Trees .. ,

Tokology by Alice B. Stockham, M. D., '
Our trees are very thrifty, three and four
is a noble for a noble purpose. Sample JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
year old stock,%to V inch diameter,with
pages free. Cloth,$2.00; Mor. 52.75.: one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible -
SANITARY PUBLISHING CO., Chicago. to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for
Catalogues. AddressE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

Hernando County Lands. FRUITS.For dec2My Houth Lake Weir, Fla. DEALERS IN

J Hardware Stoves and 'finyul'c.Sasb
prices send list of what you need to SHAKER'SCARDENSEEDS ,

I will sell for one-fourth cash a beautiful Southern Small Fruit Nurseries, Huntsville Doors and Blinds Paints
tract of Eighty acres sloping pine land, near Alabama. G. A. I.Ut.tISIOTT, ,

Oriole, In Hernando County, for Jl.OOn. NO Jlauager. Oils and Varnishes Pumps
waste the
on tract. No more beautiful loca ---- -

tion for a magnificent Winter Home and One Year Old KIKFFKIt: I.): CONTK: l'fEWaacl' GREATLY ENLARGED: CATALOGUE Lead and Iron Pipes, Su-
Orange Grove.Adjoining al1ll nest SOUTIIKICN
Pears Apples Magnificently iilost., sent to any address on receipt of
by Mail or rxpre' 4 ct- in stamps to pay postage. Regular customer gar Mills, Leather and]
the town site Oriole and about Contracts taken for propagating valued varieties supplied free. Special list for Market Gardeners offerm -
two hundred yards from tho railroad and of fruits. SPICING CITY :NUKSKKJhS; *Seeds at wholesale/ price*. Send forit.: Addretf Itubber Brit and
postofflce,I offer 40 acres of land, all high and JOHN FRASER, Proprietor, Huntsville Ala. SHAKER SEED CO..MT.LEBANON,N.y.
dry, for $1,000. Suitable for -- --- --- -- Mill
]laying out In ---- -- -- Supplies

town lots. Farmers' V/agons and Carts. THE BEST HEALTH KESO T

For sale or rent In Oriole-a two-story, four- IS OK TilE of every description. r

room, painted house, next to the chief store If you want a tlrHtclassVagon or Ci>r Line'! of.the'Florida. Southern.

and postofflce, built this year. Oriole has Cheap for Cash, call on Unsurpassed by any other section for the "
school] church
,restaurant, A NEW DEAL"Company
railroad accommodations two 1C. D. ZAIIM: production of Fruit and Vegetables. If you
saw- are coming to Florida whatever be
mill, and other may your
attractive features for Jacksonville, Fla. BY
a permanent -
means or condition will most
Office H. Berlack's Store East Stre you assuredly
built there nepasttwo years.yWillsellufor' Bay be pleased with this Centre of the Lake Re-
WOO Farm Wagons from ._ $35.00 to $12.,' gion. S. L. REED,
orj-ent for$75 per annum. Carts and Drays from ...523.00 to $28', IMitman--. Fla--- Deere
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The Oriole Florida] "" ': '
Company : MAYWOOD.Groves
have Just built, for sale or rent, a two-story JOYCE & HUNT __ MOLINE' I ILLINOIS.
house in the town of Oriole, five rooms, made and warranted on the most --

double piazza front single piazza rear, hall Whitaker Street, Savannah, Ga., favorable terms, in one of the most healthy
above Two Horses do the work of Three.i
and below. Will sell for #KX), or rent DEALERS IN sections of Florida. !Boarding and houses to can .
1120 per annum. Splendid location. NENV HOME and other Machines' attach rent at Send for particulars

ments and parts for all machines! Oils, Nee- and 20 cents for glimpses at the Orange Land.

o. dles, etc. Also Pianos, Organs and Vapor For reference we refer .you to the editor of A SAVIHulTONE-TBIBD
Cook Moves, Just! the thing for summer use. this paper. Direct to
Send for catalogue. \V. H. REED.
Pittman, t la. IN THE COST OF PLOWISO.
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24 inches uLaT;: 1 16 inches
OUP NEW $1 ED CATALOGUE FOR 1887. The : STOCK of choice imported varie- heretofore r;
Sumter Most Complete Illustrated Catalogue published, ties of OUANGE and LEMONS: acclimated and
County Lands. (over 400 illustrations ) NEW SEEDS: NEW tested at Belair. Also PECAN TH":ES. Apply
NEW All the to Donald Houston, Supt. at Belair or

ED OS mHINI".S and for Ut ARD"NER'FARMER _T.- F. IIUGGINS: ('nt, Sanford.'t.ALBERT .
Eighty acres oC high and dry Pine land Send your address on Postal Card' for FREE
4 miles of Bushnell and SCCatherlue COPY. S, Y. HAINES & CO. Seedsmen. FRIES,

Stations on F.n:&N.Go's line, and same distance 04& 68 N. Front St. and 100 Arch St., Phila., Pa. ST. NICHOLAS FLA., .
from Dracem and -
Pemberton Junctions
on F. S. R. U. Good p AGENT FOR
orange and farm-
ing land. Price Sl'l

In the town of Webster, on F. 8. R. R., I When t Bay cure I do not mean merely to itop them for a ROTTED BONE MANURE
offer for sale :2. acres, close by station; 175 orange time and then bate them return BKain. I mean radical Decomposed with Potash.
trees Just cure. I have made the disease of Fl1'S.EPILEP::Y or FALLING +1
coming into bearing; house Price r2S per ton,free on board in Jacksonvill
24x2 SICKNESS a life-long study. I arrant my remedy to -i y
feet, one and a half stories high; beautiful cure the worst case Because others bare failed Is no Samples of 16 different grades of Fertilzei 1. 4,
place. Price J,500.: reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at once for. put up by Mr. Baker, can be seen at the Jet gl;
treatise and a Free Bottle of my Infallible remedy: Give man Drug Store, 19 E. Bay St. Jacksonville.
Express and Post Office.! It costs nothing for a trial,
-x>tof you I'Hr1 rvrt for he greatest plov iaproveae&t of the time
one acre in Webster 100 yards from ass I will CUR you. Dli. H.O.ROOT,IU l'earlit"N.T. wn ca alosue. &
station; house, 15x24 feet, two stories -- - -

$:..50. Fronts the ktation. ; a bargain COL. ALEX. J. DALLAS, More L'rofHahle() than Oranges THE "NEW DEAL" WHEELEI

:send for Catalogue orcrape
Small store house (U.S.A. Retired.)
in Webster
; living rooms '
above; corner lots; right at t.atlon.111 sell Antonio, lleriiumlo Co.. Fla. : "V"in..es i ,

or rent. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE, Suited to the soil and climate of Florida, I SINGLE AND DOUBLE FUXSOW.
Grown and for sale at the

Notary Public and Conveys nCf'r. nUuliihiu and Fort San JLuiu Vineyards IHE "NEW DEAL" Is lighter In draft and man

Solicits) la. is for sale. Prompt attention to And JVitrucries, easily handled than a hand plow, and cuts amore
aU cOlreSp idencc. Send stamp for Circulara uniform furrow.
1\ear Tallahassee, Fla.
Land TUE "NEW DEAL" i is lighter in draft,lighter IDweigbtl
i:. IMJI501S .U
Marion I unngf'r. and lighter In price than a sulky plow
County Lands. I Send for 1'rice! List of F I.olaDA WINKS. 1 do alf its work.IDE .

I I NEW DEAL" Gang cuts W Inches with tlw>

Fine Farm and Orange Urove. Soprvat..our faith we caD fure).OU,deer| Notice is llrtby give > of the formation of draft of a 16 inch hand plow-a saving of 50 percent
a coiporation. named the "The E. Moulie
work of four-
tree. B.S. LAUDIBBICH A Co., >T warkXo.J. t Florida! Floral Perfumery Company, whose horse riding gang with one less borN and little
The hrit l'IJ'ulplu'e of business .shall be .lacknon gaff
best farm for the more than the cost.
money in :Marion
vide, FlorIda. The tienenil nature of iu business
4 county miles; 7 miles from Ocala, tile county seat; sliall be the manufacture and dealing ineery THE "NEW DEAL". Plows are ALL STEEL,
from Belleview and \yt miles iron insuring greatest strength with lightest weight. .
Santos varlet) 01 toile articles, } and prowlrof
Can now, be had at stations least ym on under tue F'Its. R. tt N. ftDoYou flowers and plants for said business. This is no untried and rickety experiment, and

It Is nigh& rich hammock 45 value. TiE U The Capital Stock authorized is Twenty these claims are not made recklessly to attract at-
acres In cultivation
; Thousand; Dollais be 1 issued is the of careful
,35 acres In timber. Two houses ;, to lully paid up. tention. This system outgrowth
a large
and small one. Near The Corporation commences on filing the articles observation and experiment reaching over a periodof
a of
Over 200 orange trees 40 spring pure water. I I] with the Secretary o' State, and con- yearn, with a rational view of the requirement
bearing The
owner, unable to occupy it, is selling it aged and .-:... -. T -.- II tinues en Years from that date of the times. t
0" The business Is to br' conducted by Three
guaranteeing 20 bushels of corn per acre, uu- They are superior to any plows ever offered,
fertilized; also the successful growing of Want ? Directors, Irom among whom a President and the mot economical plows ever placed Uw
aid aid Treasurer hall be
a Secretary
kind of Send for circular.
every vegetable and fruit to bo raised market.
chosen the to Le ejected% the
same y arly as
In the orange belt,and a rise, if well farmed, We have sold this pun for $19.and have very many By-La r is t: Ai;t". \.atht'tilfilitllifY ... ...*.. .
of $oOO per annum on its price during term ol' testimonials expressing entire satisfaction. .jJjL Want prescrIbe
The highest amount of indebtedness or liability
purchaseyears' time. Price I IOO.OOO more subscribers for the AMERI'CAIJ
$3, K' on four the corporation can subject itself to at
payments,or 13,000 cash.
ACRICULTURISTandforthenextThirty u.ife..r
any time Is Five Thousand
Days make the following unprecedented


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HOliES IN FLOUII regular SUBSCRIPTIONS p.i 1.50 I at tacit our TIE ROSS Walking and Plain Culti-

per year, WILL SECURE vators.ALSO .
B for the niter 0 N E of these


BARREL SHOT-GUNS.BREECHLOADING ceIebrdted Planet Jr. Cultivators and Garden Tools

Oriole Ilcruuudt "
u. ,"' '-',. GUARANTEEDI :J ENSILAGE Wa hturn & MoenIfAltHCB

If this Gnn does not prove entirely satisfactory,It
Send'stAmp' for colored Map of Oriole and can be returned: to us. WIRE FENCING.We .

Information how to get a home in Florida, OFFICIALThe ENDOn EJIENT. Cutters
close by Railroad in active operation. Splen Amfrl"an Atjrl'iiltnriKt is the only apriculturaIteiiodical keep the largest stock of
did orange lands. Large number of new : ever indorsed by the U. S. Government These Cutters guaranteed to cut faster. run

groves already begun. Purchasers; rapidly The Iflth Census, Vol. 8, recently pub- lighter machine do made.variety More and Ross better Cutters In work use Atli1CU1.T1il&A i. JIU.'LEJlENTSIn
coming In from all over the Union. Attrac 1 lishcd. coutains the lullouiug : than in the United
Ensilage machines .
all other
for the Stat: '
tive plan of purchase: but little cash required. The American Agriculturist la especially worthy ol States combined. Cutters especially for EnsIlage -
Bargains offered. mention,because of the remarkable success that has heavy strong. simple. never get out of
; Corn spond
attended the unique and untiring efforts of its pro order, and last a J1fe-time. Dry Fodder Cutters, Catalogues and Prices rent free.
prietors to Increase and extend its circulation. IU hand machines In ence solicited.
W. B. CLARKSON contents are duplicated every month for a German worlds The larsestrCtLargest In the
edition,which also circulates widely. United States and the only one building cotten
This Periodical enters the th YEAR of Its publication exclusively anywhere. Send for our large Illus- AddressS.
with the ablest 4|" Agricultural and llor.ticultural "A" 80 ft
Office 72J! W. St. writers In the V world. Sample Copies hated P fes.
: Bay stairs
,v 'd' up uud Cain-asters'> : Outfits furnished free. Address EW, ROSS tCO.SS9LISSSfikSftOof l B. HUBBARD & CO.. .-

.' CRAKGE' JUDD CO., 751 BROADWAY N. Y.l1'JI. Book ca EadUge BU Lee w- all who awe U0 j i Jacksonville
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; RATES OF PASSAGE, f ji } k'' .

JACKSONVILLE TO NEW YORK: I h Lowest! Hate of I'reibt.Iways Given.f .

., Direct connection at )Fermindini with F. :IS. -t )4.Ry.
The magnificent Tron Steamships of this Line will sail from s 1 .
FERNANDINA, FLA., for NEW YORK, alter arrival of trains
from Jacksonville Cedar Orlando and other in b
Key, points
South Florida, This Line offers to the Traveling Public and Shippers of Vegetables
? ,L ; and Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to New
CARONDELET. .Thursday-Dec. 9 York
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO .... .... .Thurhday, Dec. 10OARONDELET I s e Through Tickets and tate-rooms secured in advance at
.. ....... . Thursday, Dec. 21 .;r =-f all points in Florida.
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO . ... .. .. .. .. Thursday, Dec. SOCAKONDELET .1 Trains leave F. R. fc N. Co's laIn Depot, foot of Hogan
... ..... .. . .. ..... .Thursday, Jan. h street at S a m and 4.30; p m, on sailing days, connecting with
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. .. .. ..... .... Thursday, Jan. 13 Steamships at Fernandina.
CARONDELET ... .. . . .. ...... .. .... Thursday, Jan-JO lnT'"For Tickets and State-rooms and further lnfor aatlom,
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. . : ;.. .. .. . .Thursday, Jan. 27 apply to

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

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Business Lots and Stores. 220. 2-acre lot on Central avenue,cleared 8tf. If JO()acres,30 cleared; 700 orange trees, 1 I 31. 40 acres on Lake Fairview,5 acres
No. I and fenced,house of 9 rooms,stable, 125 bearing; 1,200)I nursery trees, figs, I. cleared and fenced, containing 250
good water; terms easy; prIce......... 2,000 bananas, .Japan plums. Pe>n-To orange trees! 5 years old, situated
451. Lot Church street 25x150 feet. ,
on I peaches, Chinese cherries 101)* the T. O.A A. R.R.
Very cheap.................................-...... 51,300 I vines 10 varieties grape other I alongside quar-
II mangoes and I ter mile from depot;. house of 5
I 211. Lot on Church street 5>xNO feet. I'' tropical fruits; SO acres of this room-, cost$1,000! ; price.................... 3,000
412. Lot on Pine street, 27; x120 feet. I New house of:5 rooms; price........... 1,000 tract i is first-class hammock md I:
Office 0(1 rooms, price.... ................. 2,500 I fronts the lake for mile 4-room 45*. 10,000 acres of land within t 6 miles!' of Or-
one ,
lando, for 81.25: to$10 per acre. Don't buy
416. Half interest in lot 53x150 feet two I 108. %acre lot on Main street, two-story cottage, the whole enclosed! with i until you have seen these lands.
stores and restaurant 16 house of 6 rooms, nicely finished. wire fenceprettiest place in Orange I 197. Lake 2 miles front
rooms I county and only five miles from 1,200 acres on Jessup, ,
above the stores, rented for$165 per I I Small nursery and a few trees iu Orlando price................................... 12,000 I II Geneva, pine and hammock; $i50to 14
form price.............................. 2,500 I ;
month; price......_............................. 4,500 I grove ; II per acre.
I I 91. 300() acres', 100! hammock, 120+} acres in 457.4) acres choice hammock lapd,2 miles
417. Lot 27)x150 feet on Church street 2 27. Lot.on Central avenue, :0x200) ) feet, grove form on south side Lake from Geneva,for$25 per acre.cheap at$100.
store below, office rooms above. house of 5 rooms,well finished!\ ,near Apopka, 12 miles from Orlando, :2 Hickory trees 2 to 4 feet in diameter, cab-
Now renting and paying handsomely the business part of the city; price 3.000: I miles frornOcoee; railroad survey bage palmetto and magnolia trees are
; price..............................._. 4,500 through the farm, steamboat land- numerous.
on the property; well adapted to
418. Lot on Pine street,22,',x90 feet; store 269. Corner lot on Church street,200 yds. vegetable,cornetc.;good barn and NOTE.-We have some very cheap lands lathe
20x33 feet, 4 rooms above; price...... 2,650< from S. F. depot. House of 4 rooms. stable.,, house of 6 room; prIce......... 50,000 counties of Volusia, Brevard, Hernando
I Nearly an acre of land; for only..,. 3,000 Or will sell 80 acres, 30 hammock. Hilsborough, Polk and Sumter; price,$1 to$.))
19. Lot and store, adjoining First National with IG-acre bearing grove for......... 16,000 : per acre. We also have large tracts of well
Bank, rented for (75 per 138. J4 acre on South street. House of 2 This property will ray better than i I timbered. lands in Polk and Hernando coum-
month; price-....._............................ 4,500 rooms; price................:..................... 450 $Jooooo iu U. S. bonds. ties, upward of hO.OOO acres. .

We have upwards of One Million Dollars worth of choice property on our books and cheerfully furnish any information concerning It. Write for particulars.
LE\VTER & BEACIIAM, Orlando, Fla. >

The Only Exclusively Grocery HouseDOINGA


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


In high grade Roasted Coffees, I offer Chase & Sanborn's goods-too well known to need comment. All the cheaper grades at manufacturers' prices, freight added. Special attentionIs r
given to selection of Teas,packed In 5 and 10 lb. Caddies from 20 to 75 cents per pound. I carry the finest line in the State. J. E. Burns' Co.,of Philadelphia, manufacture my Spices and
they are sold at Factory Prices! Absolutely pure goods are ground by our Spice Mills and "Dalse Engine." zt


This Department is complete-not only staple and standard goods-but the very finest"'' California ;?oo K. of all kinds. I keep everything that Is put up in a can; the varietyIs
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
anyone, anywhere, and much lower than many of my: competitors.

Great care is exercised here. I have one of the largest refrigerators in Florida for storing these goods. By purchasing in large quantities in August, September and October, I caa sel Kis
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, daily is proof of its success.


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


The superior excellence of the celebrated! Snow Drop" patent Flour needs no comment; it I is used all through the State, and recognized as the King amon, Fine Flours." 1 handle .!
cheaper grades at lower prices. Grits and meal are sold at u margin of ,", per cent. net. Sugars: and mats siro oandlcd! on a margin that would send<< one "over the hills to the poor-house"
If alone a living was dependent upon them.



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r Orange Groves and Other Property in Florida Bought and Sold.


Hugh MacCallum Solicitor
{Late of Scotland.) '


CIIAS.JOY, President. NAT. BOY TZ Vice-President. J. II. Viviox, Cashier.
')f the best quality heavy oak, hickory and cabbage hammock, having miles of river and Late Pesident Bank Late Cashier Bank of Orlando. Formerly Cashier Com'l Bank of
bay fronts and best water protection in Florida. Especially of Orlando. Lebanon, Ky. Late of Potter,
adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables. Vivlon & Co., Bankers,

.... a>g -,.. -."<; Bowling Green,Ky.
: o :.CtI Orange ,
=:j :0
& J1P.1 ANTHONY &YOUNG g=M maa 3 a P 0 Capital Stock Paid In, $5OOOO.OO | Authorii.d Capital, $25OOOO.OO;

i'syJbwg Tenders Its best services to the public In all legitimate Banking business. Collections In
oo _CtI -oo tg'ea this region of country made and remitted for promptly on the day of payment.

fsl&lllslll p ; o Real Estate & Insur. Agents, g :0 6;i 53

cO o t oB mav ; m0pmo.z s < C3
!;ii s a w tp Palmetto, manatee Co., Fla. .a m r cp _m:3:CtI ,
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Town property Improved and unimprovedIn Booksellers Stationers DealersNo.
all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and Paper
bay fronts. Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites
on mainland and islands. Yachting unsurpassed. Correspondence solicited. 29 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

x / TAE: "PL NEl JR.. !IIAN11 titNu SOWERS ti'IIPi4 nti HUES

i aR/ are the newest and Ix>3t.lighter end stronkest known. There are seven
: distinct! tools,each with:special merits no two alike or the Hume price-
all practical and labor 811\'icl The "I luni't .I r." llolIiwMrel'Standard : '.
Horse Hm aa litely introduced. baa i no t"lliul| in the
.<;;'..- -: world. Its excellent work in the held has distanced that of nil com eti., .
.'....J, i i.i! hi tora It is in some seetion-idoinK in one passage the cork f'f four or rive
X32d irvJ&rmOflK J :JA U1} ii Uthvf pdI. old style implements,and in others superseding the tumbevhume and .
: .. : : o ;\ expensive two-huno tools. It i is Hoe (J.Iir",1"", 1hlr6er, Kittjerani -=--
: >r V'tcertr nil t nmhirt '"e. Let every harmer nnd Gardener rend
,, I -'. for new Catal lc.gue+ which gives raluod prices and such deseriptionvaswifrnibereaders
'i ; ) to jndpe correttly ot Jf'I1ts. FreURPEE'S :"
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mixed;; BAL8A.:;(Camellia flowered),very large double,rich colon.DIUTlitl\
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of each particular artiSiberia..) Vegetable & Flowering Plants.
NEW cle. It is our aim to This is the brightest
please>> yon by giving you gem of all. Vermilion .. t ,
the advantages we posFess. Scarlet. Deli. 'y
VERBENAGrandiflora We mention a few rate"Wax-like flowers.
little things we think Foliage resembling a .. ? Prices quoted on application.
will please you,but refer Fern frond. Blooms
to our.general Catalogue last of May. A icture. t Descriptive Catalogue mailed I....
(Mammoth) which we will boqnet in itself. ; -
Send FREE .
30c. each.4fc.rSI.OO.
Single flowers? as to all applying. ; Correspondence Solicited.
large as 25-ccnt _
piece. Geo. S Hacker & Son.

Trusses enormous. 's I II
Colors bright and varied. GLADIOLI J JA
great advance in this favor- u T.W.WOOD&SOHS

ite flower. Our collection is the I HOOKS SA-H BLINDS MOULDING
I Seed 25 Cts.! per packet. Finest In existence. I ,

Very cnrce.LEMOINES HYBRIDS I And Building Material. SEEI.'SMEN' : ,

Y.H.HALLOCKSON&THUlli new mixed hardy varieties hybrids. ocrt.f'and Wareroam, King, op. Cannon :"I1.j j NO. 10 S. FOURTEENTH ST.

lOc. each. Ktntioo this RICHMOND y,. .
Charlei+ton, S. C. | paper. ,

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SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WEST'N PuLman Buffet Cars and -.-- .Je'. _'.-.:,I''j;;;:::_;::_: '_,_;'_'--->>#.fi1- -

Buffet Cars via Waycross, Albany
RAIL'\V A'\- con, and viu Waycross!!, Jesup

WAYCROSS SHORT LINE{ through between Passenger Jacksonville Coaches and J. BAKER! & BRO'SCelebrated

ville and Chattanooga.Pullman .
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. 5, 1886. Buffet Cars to and
ville and Nashville via

All Trains on this Road are run by Central Montgomery.Pullman -""r.
Standard Time. Buffet Cars between '

Passenger Trains will leave and arrive dally, and Washington. TREE
as follows: Through Tickets sold to all : 1 .
WEST INDIA FART MAIL. and Steatrshlp connections,

Leave Tampa via 8. F. R. R......... ...... 8:00 p m checked through. Also, Sleeping .. rr. U R E.
, Sanford via J.,T.& K. W......... 1.-00. a m and sections secured at the 5' fr .i -:;.+_.e:' = : li':: .:- d

Jacksonville...................-......_ 7OU a m in Astor's building, 82 Bay street
i Arrive Jacksonville................... .........12.00. n'n senger Station, and on board
Arrive Waycross.......................?........ 9:10 a m Steamers H. B. Plant and iT WILL PAY YOU !
Arrive Savannah......................_.....J1:55 a m DeBary-Baya Line Steamer City
Arrive Charleston_............................. 4:50p; m ville. WM. P. : GUARANTEED: ANALYSIS.
Arrive Richmond................................ 6:19 a m General !
t Arrive Washington...........................11:00 a m R. G. FLF.MTNG.YOU QnTi"f nrlpnt. . . . . . . . . . . 3.50 per cent.

Artee Baltimore............._................12:18 p m Acid. . . . . . . . . 4.00 "
' Arrive Philadelphia........................._ 2:47 m
; Arrive New York............................_.. 5:30p p m DON'T . . . . . . . . . 12.50 "

Pullman Buffet Cam Tampa to Washington, Southern Sportsmen Look . . . . . . . . . 2.00 "

and New York to Tampa. . . . . . . . . . . S.oo u
The following Holliday
NEW ORLEANS KXFSES only until Jan. 3 . . . . . . . . . 5.00 "
Leave Jacksonville..............................7:00 a m ,
Arrive Jacksonville........................... 7:35 p m Every article warranted or the : has been thoroi-ghly tried for rears fn Florida and nl'uy"
Leave Callahan ............_................,. 7:>3 a m funded. Heie Goes! It is no thcoic-tical Fcrtilizcr,lmt one which has stood' the
Arrive Waycross....... .......................... 9:10: a ro COMBINATION No. used cannot fail ti> repay its cost! many times over in the in-
Arrive Thomasville...................._...... 1:22 p m One general health ana rapid ;;-ro\i'tli. of the tree. j
Arrive Bainbridge. ............ ..._...... 3:85 p m breach-loading Imported Shotgun English finest, the sine superior Fertilizer as when first introduced years ago,
Arrive Chattahoochee......................... 4:04: p m steel barrels double oiled -* quality will he sustained in the future as in the past, as'we do not
Arrive Pensacola via L. A: N.R.R._...iu:10 p m bounding locks checkered key, the introduction of any inferior and lower priced sources of Ammonia,
Arrive Mobile via L AN.: R.R............ 2:15 a m llsh finish ,rubber
pat. butt-plate 1<
Arrive New Orleans via L. &:N. R.R... 7:10 a m ,
magnificent- will Manure is securely packed in barrels of 2oOlbs.
Arrive Albany...................................... 3:42 pm yards guage-a 25 brass shells. gun, .
Arrive Macon via Central R. R......?.. 8:21: p m One;low to
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R.1215 a m leather, trunk-shape gun case,
canvas bound barrels
Jacksonville Fla.
Arrive Chattanooga via W. A.R.R. 5:55 a m stock-the most convenient case ,
Arriv. Nashville via N.C.&:St. L R.RIU45 a m One implement set, containing a full supply of it is constantly on hand,*or to
Arrive Louisville via L. fc N. R. R.... 6:50: p m shell-extractor and
per, measure.
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson- One pat.pocket oiler I leather
ville and New Orleans via Pensacola. and proof shell belt with shoulder; strap
Mobile,to and from Jacksonville and Louis- --- -
proof canvas coat,any size; 1
ville via Thomasville, Atlanta and Nashville, vas vest any size; 1 waterproof can
and Cincinnati to Jacksonville, via Jesup.A. any size; 1 waterproof canvas hat. ; FLOURING MILLS

O. LINE JCZPBK8S.: 1 heavy nickel dog call; I patent ,
Leave Jacksonville.............................. 2:05 p m This Magnificent Outfit Only $
Arrive Jacksonville.........................._12:00( n'n OR How DOES THIS STRIKE BALTIMORE Md.
1 Leave Callahan.................................... 2:47 p m ,
, Leave Chattahoochee. ...... ..............11:30 a m One English double-barrel,
,Leave Thomasville.............................. 1:45 p m shotgun, fine wire twist Established In'.1774.: .
Arrive Waycross................................. 4:40 p m black stock, silver mountings; 1
Arrive Brunswick via B. Av.. R. R... 8:% p m canvas coat; 1 waterproof canvas ;
Arrive J..up......................................... 6:16 p m terproof game bag: I patent shot Mills are not surpassed by any flours made In this country for
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. A G. R. R.11:20 p m bossed powder flask (game pattern);
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. A G. R.R. 2:25 a m dog call; 1 patent duck call. on the proportionate quantity of gluten, sugar and phosphate
Arrive Chattanooga via E. T. V. &: G. 8:20: a m This Outfit Complete Only $ lnla Wheat, from which our
Arrive Cincinnati via C. 8. R. R......... 6:45. p m No? Well how is THIS ? I AM
Arrive 8avannah................................. 7:58 p m PLEASE ALL. ROLLER FLOURS
Arrive CharlHton .........-_-......_......... 1:25 a m One single-barrel breech-loader
Arrive Wilmington............................. 8:30 a m oiled walnut stock Snider action, for the purity and superior quality of Ita nutrition prop
Arrive Weldon-..:............................._. 2:15 p m bs.,31 Inches long,12 25
Arrive Richmond. .............................1:00 p m 1 waterproof cartridge gauge belt,; holds B".c;
' Arrive W..h1a.ctoD.llOO p m dred rounds; 1 set Superlative; North Point Family,
= Arrive Baltimore................................12:35 a m shell extractor and implement measure. ,
Arrive. Philadelphia............._.......-.? fciS *m This Outfit Only 6.5O. and other brands.C. .
Arrive New York................................. 1:50 a m
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Can to and from Finally I can sell you A. GAMBRILL MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Jacksonville and New York, also Jacksonville breech-loaders from $11.50 to 8100. ,
to Cincinnati Jesup. muzzle loading guns from S3.CKJ to 32 Commerce Street, Baltimore,Md.
hundred revolvers from 85 cts. to
KAftT FLORIDA --. Remington repenting rifles, H. BURST, Jacksonville Fla.

Leave Jacksonville............................. 5:00 p m. Flobert parlor rifles, Colt's new --- -- -
Arrive Jacksonville ......? ........._...... &:55 am magazine rifles and carbines. : .
Leave Callahan. .............................? SMI p at son's revolvers,and in fact, AGENT ORANGE HOME.
Leave Waycross................................._ 7:58 p m every kind and variety at FLA.
Leave Gainesville ..............._........_.... 3:55 p m Importers Jobbing Prices.
Leave Lake City.................._:........... 3:20 p m Save retailers' profits and send Hammock Lands
Leave Live Oak.................................... 7:20 p m for what you want or need. The A Beautiful Spot in a Healthy Locatlti.
Leave Thomasville.............._...........ll:30: p IB goods are not job lots, but are, I ,Orange,Polk and
Arrive Albany...................._............ 1:55 a m Bond,lu the Government .
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:30 a m York city. I .
Arrive Mobile via L. fe: N. R. R.......... 2:10 p m So' Catalogue 30 stalls, 24 head of Unequalled for Orange Culture and Trucking.
Arrive New Orleans \la L. &: N. R.R. 7:30 p m etc., all in fine
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R.... 7:05 p m but If you need anything in the up an estate. Big
i Arrive Louisville via L. &: N. R. R..... 2:12 a ra Goods write to me before On the F. R. &: N. Co's main line, 25 miles
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:30 a m elsewhere. Agents wanted on my grove, one mile south of Ocala, 8 miles north of Leoburg.
Arrive St. Louis via L.& N. R.R......... 7:40 a m Send money at once for outfit.Do principal avenue, Transportation unexcelled.A .
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville not send money otherwise :; by original forest
and Louisville,via Thomasvllle, Albany, Money Order, Bank Draft on New ; small 2-room specialty of Educational Facilities, moral
Montgomery and Nashville, and to and from : by Express. ; condition. Price, home influences, health and reasonable
Bartow and Montgomery via Gainesville. ..-Wrlte your name and ; ) profits! from all agricultural and industrial
tions plainly and distinctly. land, 60 acres pursuits. All I ask is!I a personal inspectionof
SAVANNAH EXPRESS. Address at once Orange Home and vicinity.
Leave Jacksonville.............................. 8:15 p m > Arrive Jacksonville ... ... 6:15 a m EDMUND S. () sell this in 40-acre Will sell Real Estate, Orange Groves, Town
Leave Callahan ......::...::::::....:::...::. 9:<'5 p m Key Port, New ; land Chas running Lots, Hammock and High Pine Lands.

1' Arrive Callahan................................. 5:25 a m Correspondence solicited In muck fond near
Leave Gainesville... .......................... 3:55 p m French :Spanish, Swedish and ; fertilizer for I Orange Home Is an ESTABLISHED TO"vrif'
Arrive Gainesville .............................lu:05a m -- - malls, general stores, etc.
Leave Lake City..............................._ 3:20 p m '* **" 1 mile of(Mtra Sta- j Corespondence' solicited. References of the
Arrive Lake City...............................10:15 a m rw ; trees not injured best furnished.
Leave Live Oak................................... 7:20 p m fence; two city lots
Arrive Live Oak.. ........ .. .... ... 6:40: a m !)( ., : n't buy until you write to me.
Arrive Thomasville-.......................... 7:15 a m |E$ to 3 miles of Belle- 'v. C. DODD

: Arrive Albany....................................UMOa m ; balance No.
*>-- r* w y $2.> acre. Orange Home, Sumter Co.'Fla.
Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R R.... 7:55 p m M F iiORiD lake weir per
Arrive Nashville via L.& N. K. R...... 6:.ii a m "g* Arrive Louisville via L. & N. It. R. 1:57 p m or address_ as above."
Arrive Cincinnati: via L. & N. R. R... 635 p m e s a tr ) '
Arrive St. Louis via L. & N. R. It...... 8H I i p m M 5 xVV; '

Arrive Waycross................................11:20: p m .T"U
Arrive Brunswick via B A W. R. R.. 6:10 a m rI't'lll": .I".r '. ll.n }'(EFFER IEC ,
Arrive Albany via B.& W. R. R......... -i:45 a m .- ... !! I j
Arrive thco' via Central R. R.......... POI a m ALSO EAP' ,..,.' I'pwd
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R....... 1:05pm The very best and cheapest : I
Arrive Chattanooga via.W &A. R.R. 7:07( p m Straight galvanized telegraph wire

Arrive Jesup......-...............................- 1:0:1:>am each picket is[ firmly riveted. Can Trumpet
Arrive Brunswick via t':. T. V. & H... 6:00 a m very rapidlY and so as not to sa%- Aceor.lt'onl4. \V. w. THnxrsoNtmithv111eGa.:
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R.R... 7i30: a m ble. The only fence used by the ---- -----
!:ome't! Aeconle-
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V.&G R.R.1130 a m Albany R. R. Co. Do not ('on In the market. TAYLOR I 2 AND 4-HORSE POWERS.
Arrive Chattanoga via E.T.V.AG.RR 6:15 p in an inferior article. ,
Arrive Cincinnati via C. 8. R. R '....... b:40 a m For descriptive circulars address F. STKATTON'.s ._. .,- Overhead, out
Arrive Savannah........... .....__- .... 6:10 a m )., Accordeona. ......,f'.i- _"HL=:" __' ,- j I--- .:"j.'I''j''.' of dirt and snow.Simplest .
I Arrive Charleston" ....... ..., ...... ...'. -12: 5pm t 1 _eri .JA > cheap.
Arrive Wilmington _.............-..........- tsl p m GRINDS tratton's "'- ht. beet. Send
t Arrive Richmond ........ .....................10:15() > u m : Harp for circular) to
Arrive Washington_......,............. ...... '3Ip m Graham Flour .t (; Guitars r TAYLOR
1 Arrive Baltimore ............. ........._....... 4 51 p m HORSE PO"J:1tfOJlP.1ST :
Arrive Philadelphia. ..................... 7:17 p m $ 100 per cent. <-., etc., etc. ,R,,. k ,
I Arrive New York ................. .............. sdl. P m ink to Poultry. Also P\VElt "..?... ;* 10 8e.faaalIL:fflTl'Lt60.Linde.: .

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WJ-JLjJL: : aIAM: : ..4.. :SOURS: : .
(Successor to J. E. Hart,) .
20 West Bay Street, Jacksonville; Fla.I REAL ESTATE.
handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free on ;:": :.' :
application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In :

Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat, x:


Wild, Improved, FAKITIIIMG, Grazing, Timber, Orange and TRUCK Lands, Orange
J. E. Tygert & ,C.'s i Star Brand Fertilizers. (roves, Lands in all parts of the State,

Guaranteed Analysl


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Property, Town and Beach Lots, :Rents Collected, Honey Loaned and Invested .
Prices on application. July 27 tl

Season 1887. THE Season 1SS7.

M A :P E:: S

Oranges COMPLETE AND SPECIAL CROP YegetablesTegetables 25


Oranges Vegetables
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Oranges in adapting them to the most successful Vegetables
growth of Vegetables, Oranges and HORACE DREW
Oranges Fruits on Florida soils. Vegetables I ,

Oranges These Slopes fran"r Vegetables 59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida
Oranges (as acknowledged by the best scientific Vegetables WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
and practical authorities, See the Mapes
Oranges Pamphlet for 1887)) afford the Florida Semi-Tropical Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals and

Small Fruits the Orange only, safe Fruit, rational and Vegetable-growers and economical Fruits Music, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods,
('a1oJ'manuring. Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door

Their High Grade Standard Fully Maintained.All Amusements.
the official analyses published by the Agricultural experimental stations((1886 and
past years) show that the high guaranteed standard of the Mapes Complete: and Special Harcourt'N Fla. Fruit and How to liaise Them. New Ed. Revised, En-
Crop Manures(highest in the world) has been fully maintained. Send postal for new pam- larged and fully Illustrated. Cloth...... ..,.....". ............... .............. ..'....$1.25
phlet 1887, which gives analyses, guaranteed composition, prices and all desired Information Moore's Orange Culture, Rev. Ed ,.,."."..,...,.".".". ., ". .,,". '..' ,,. ,, _"._51.00
,viz: How to get them,how to use them,etc.,address Oemler's Truck Farming in the South: ,,..,,,. ,.,," ,,, ,," "._". ,...'.,., ". ,".,,. .. 1.50
,........... ,..... ..,.. .. . .
( Whltner's Gardening in Florida "' "" ,.', ., ".,,. ."..,.., 1-50!)(
TYSEN, SMITH & CO. Our Forwarding Agents) Jacksonville, Fla. McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida....."..."..,.........",".. ...,","....,,_.. .... ..'.. .. 4.00I
Dr.G.W. LANCASTER, DeLa'.' Fla. I I G. D. CLIFFORD, Eustis, Fla. have all the Maps,Books,etc.,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on application. -
Dr. J. N. BISHOP, Sanford, Legal Blanks of every description.MARSHALL.
THE APES CO., 158 Front St., New York. --


Northern Meats and All the Delicacies of the Season.
. SALE BY Reflted,Refurnished and tbe best hotel in the city.
GEO GE D. HODGES, Proprietor.

THE FLORIDA SOUTHHRN RAILWAY COMPANY (Formerly of the Metropolitan Hotel,New York and-the Grand Union,Saratoga.)
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Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange, VARIETIES OF

Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard Baker, Polk & Manatee,
Budded Orange and Lemon Trees
Consisting of the finest Orange,Farming, Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the State of Flor- ,
ida. Prices$1.25 per acre and upwards, according to location.
For further Information,apply to Omce Florida Southern Railway Co.,Pala ksi,Fla. Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants.

L. N. WILKIE, W. P. COUPEK: Trees Strong and. Well Rooted'aiid EscciaHYAdapteI to South

Chief Clerk and Casbier,Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. Florida.
An inspection is invited. All inquiries by mail promptly answered. Catalogues sent free
ORANGE GROVES on application.
It. D. 1IOYT,

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Loans negotiated on First Mortgage Real Estate Bonds.

DBPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR. NOTARY PUBLIC. line of :arden and Field Seeds 1886 growth. Seed Rye, Oat Barley,Johnson Grass,
Alfalfa,Kentucky Blue Grass,Onion Sets. Proprietor ftlverslde Nurseries. Also a full line
COOLEY: : : c C CO. Green House Plants ,always on hand. Neunan &Wilson's Albany Strawberry rlants for
sale. Catalogue sent free on application. t". TllllSlTIS,
Real Estate Brokers and Agents Seedsman and Florist."SAN .
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61 West Bay Street Jacksonville,Fla. MATEO NURSERIES. "
Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. City
and Suburban Property. for Sale. A fulUHne of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter planting.
Correspondence solicited. Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees ol all sizes.

JOHN T. LESLEY,President. 8. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE,Sec.: &Treas Send for Catalogue. *

TAMPA, FLORIDA, Mag:1c: ) 11 a Hot oil: ,

Are rehab and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every OCALA FLA. .
description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive New Managem:Firftt-Claag In Every lte pect. Prices Kednced.
Pamphlet and newspaper. Commodious Sample Rooms. MRS. L. C. SCRANTONf Manager

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( Standard Time.)ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, November 14,1886,1:30 a m,Trains MANY
will leave and arrive as follows: !
SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND. at this Ma.ori Tonic Syrni

.... ... ..... suffer from
&Q" CD ei CIO 0 I a VOLINA'
..:d a1 : neither
g 0 cOo O..j 0 o.
.4 ; .Z .z .z oS- ,g z .Z "' :::1 Headache, FOR THE CURE OF
.24 Z
a a a .Q 0 a S E.Zz ,gt; ;
S. CORDIAL' Neuralgia
i is.J : g 1 8 z 2t:.. 8TATIOJfSo cO 8 e; g g m Rheumatism,, FEVER and AGUE

crJ i i ;3 < < :: Pains in the
- r -- -- - --
Limbs, Back and Or CHILLS and FEVER
.. ... R: ... Sides, Bad Blood,
10 30 '. 41" 51X} l0.4 7.49: Jnr ::'.- 115 'i3 'Si: ) .roo .rooi.ID SrI 10 Indlge.tfonDy.pep, AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.The .

t 10 40 448 510 ,; 53 7 65 ....... Bela1r....... lit 2 21 821l248 357:) 406 8 55 Jl Z rl Con "patlon&
4 .- ...... fi4 __. ....- Crystal t.ke ill ...... ...... -...-1 ...... ....... ...... KldIlqfTJ"OI&bla. proprietor of this celebrated medioin
5104$ ...... 515 ..._ _. Bents" .... 110 2 16 816. ..... 3..5..... -H-YOLINA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM nitly| daunt for it a superiority over all ren
10 10 468 6 a .m 11 30 a 2) _.Loncwood_ 105 206 8 0512 :rT 3n: a 40 8 25I8 dies ever offered to the public for the SAP
1108 6 !ObSit 9 Illj() 8 _Altamonte .102 15i 757123) 325 3L5 8 13 Bad Blood and Kidney Troubles, by cleansing the
U 11UJ 50$' 5 t 12 00 .850 __lIayo ..... 101 151 7 5712 261 3 20. 2 55 H 05 of blood the of all its Impurities strengthening all parts. CERTAIN, SPEEDY' and PERMANENT cutofAgneandFeverorChillandFeverwhetl
U 11 508( 6 9'271215 9 _. 100 1 .s 74812 ZJ 315 245 800 body.
11 U e165 t 851235 t 15_Winter Park.- 11 140 7 4. 12 15 307 230 750 -+- CORDIAL CURES SICK-HEADACHE, er of short or long standing. He refers to tb

2)) ..._ _.. e ...... .... ._.WIlcox ..... 32 _...... :3 .. Nenralfria,Pains in the Limbs.Back and Side,by entire Western and Southern country to bet
B 111 5 96 ((8 960 I..9 ...Orlando.... 93..7. 2612 O'l 2 210 730 toning the nerves and strengthening the muscles. him testimony to the truth of the assertio
5 __. .. ... ...... ...... ...".1010 .._.Gatlin ._. _...... ...00. ... ......
z 11 584 620: 1002. J 65..._ ....Jeuamlne... 131l 49 125 70'1 "'*H-YOLINA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA that in no oase whatever will it fail to cure;

1148 ...._ G 1005 ...... t01S _Pine Castle.. 88 1 10 7101_ ..... 2 .. .... .... Indigestion and Constipation,by aiding the assim the directions are strictly followedand came
>10 11 M 540 G 10 I' 22710 46.BlcCypreu... 85 102 7031142 110 652 Hating: the Food through the proper action of the out. In a great many oases a single dose hi
14 12 ur 5W 645 w102 2 n 11 BO....MoKlnnon... 8J 12 50 6521132 P X 2 1512 55 6rT: stomach;it creates a healthy appetite. been sufficient for a cure, and whole familit
40 12 615 7 6151040; 3 .._ ...Klnlmmee. 751235 6401120: H 3-i 20012) 6 3) have been cured single bottle with a
41 12 ..._ P K 8 Zt 1 A II ..._.1215...Capmbells ... 7112 fly A K ....... 82 1 P MM ......- ...... -H-YOLINA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS of by a pe
health. It ir
1)S) e. 6 4 1012 3) .Lake Locke_ 6311 47. 10 4& 800 1053 532Ol Depression of spirits and Weakness, by enlivening feet restoration the general
1 652 8 4W12& ...DaTenport.... 581181 1032 7 47 10 3i 515 and toning the system. however,prudentand in every case more ce1
41 180 7k, 7 ;()' 4 4T 1 ..Halnel City.". 511125 1022 735 1015 500 .-VOLINA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKED tam to cure,if its use is continued in smallf
18 1 7 It 7 5 m 145Bartow.Junc_ 17111 1007 7 15 94) 442i doses for a week or two after the disease h*
12 '158 721 7 540 2 ...Auburndale_ 1310.50: 9 54 654 915 and Delicate Women, Puny and Sickly Children.It boon checked especially in difficult anlongstanding
77 2 ( 7 28 74S 5 55 2 40 ... 'Fltzhughs.. 38 037 9II t 642 gOO t 13 is delightful and nutritious as a general Tonic. ,more
M 2. 74.1: 8 15 6 403/ 25 ....Lakeland..... 121013 9 30 6 25 835 355d Vollna Almanac and Diary cases usually this medicin:
2. 8 02 9 00 7 25......._ ....Plant CIty.... l10 00 9 05:; 25 7 30 3 21) for 1887. A handsome, complete) ,. 1ri1I not require any aid|p keep the bowels i

98 2 58 ...... 9 15 ...... ..._ ........Cark_ .._ 17 9 60 ...... 4 55 ...... ...... and useful BOOK telling how to CURE good order. Should the patient,however,n
100 3 1 1 8 22 9 30 8 3.j 4 I ......effner....... 12 9 4J: 8 35 5 4') 6 3)) 2 toJD5 DISEASES at HOME in aplesantnatural way. quire a cathartic medicine,after having take
j 3I7 833 94S 845 12d.......M tOgo..... 10 93': 828 432 6 2)1 t 2 32 Nailed on receipt of a 2c.postage stamp. Address three four doses of the Tonio a single dos

1g() 32 _.... 957 ...... ....._ ......-orl nt.. ..... .6 9 d) .... 4 Ii ...... ...... VOLINA DRUC & CHEMICAL CO. or ,
115 3 40 8 50 1015 9 2' 5 ()X I.i i.r Tampa Lv. 0 l A H 8 0) 4 00' 5 40, 2 00 BALTIMORE. MD.. U.S.A. of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILL
t : PH PM AM PM PH. PPM AMA )! will be sufficient. Use no other.

4 Flag Stations. Trains No. 3 and 6 leave from and arrive at J., T. & K W. Depot. No. I, A .: DR. JOHN BULL"S .
2,3 and! 6 Daily. No. 4.5 7,8 9,10 27,28 and 29 Daily except Sunday. Trains No.3 and 6
stop only at Orlando, K'lsslmmee, flartow Junction, Lakeland and Plant City. No.30 Dally To all who are suffering from the errors and SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
except Monday. No. stops at Kltslmmee for Supper No. 1 and 2 stop at Kltsimmee for Indiscretions of youth nervous weakness early
Dinner No.7 stops at Lakeland for Breakfast. No. stops at Lakeland for Supper. loss will send BULL'S SARSAPARILLA,
decay of manhood, fee., I a recipe
Trough Tickets sold at all regular st .tlon8 for aU points North, East and vVest. Baggage BULL'S WORM DESTROYEr
checked through.Pemberton that will cure you.FREE OF CHARGE. This great

Ferry Brancb.-8.F. R.R. remedy was discovered by a missionary South The Popular Remedies of the Day.

Sanford and Indian HI ver H a 11 rOB d. America. Send a self-addressetl.envclope to tho

BotIth Hound North Bound REV.JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D. New York City. Principal Offlt,831 Main St., LOUISVILLE.
Read Down. Read Up.

F'st Ac. F'st Ac. o Dally except. Sunday. PENNYROYAL PILLS OP I UM..1WUUI..1I. flrt11 Jm n.TJcured Book
rr: M'L AFt STATIONS. M'I AFt =" :wyenL 1 ree.
19. 21. 20. 22. South Bound. North Bound. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." H. 1> Atlanta 6&-

-u: : : :; :-M ;:;: Read Dowd. Read Up. The Original and Only Genuine.

o 4.10 7.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery AI 0.41 t 6.20: 57 a Pas. Pas. Yis a Sate and always Reliable. Beware worthless Imitation. I ASTHMA QY.BiR
1 4.14 7.45 ..........Fltzgerald ..... 9.36 6.1556 = Aht&l't STATIONS. &FL ;: Indispensable to LADIES Auk your Druggist for
8 Lt9 ... ............ Oriole ... .... 9.30 ....... 54a 23. Y5. 24. .eo. "Chlchesterti) ns for nt particulars; leh"and fo take letter no other by retarm,or inclose mall 4c. GERMAN ASTHMA CURE
6 _.... ..... . Bay Clly. ...... ..... .. 51 -- -- NAME PA P E s atadi neater Chemical COot Instantly reliever the most violent attack and
10 4.'i: 82, ............ .Macun......... 9.15 5.40.47 a m p.m a m p.n ,1-b.Ua4Ia., .-. tnRlrft'LcanfortAble' sleep HO WAI riso tar R Ej j
12 .3i! 830 .........Owensboro......... 9.10. 5.30 41 0 1O.b 4.50 Iv.8ancord .........ar 8.00 1.1 i 111 Sold by DragffUtn everywhere. Ask for "CAtebes SCLlXBerofT; used by inhalation its action is immediate -
1. 11.00 5.05 .......;Fort Reed......... 743 20015 ter's. Engllih" Pennyroyal Pill.. Take no ibe* direct and certain and A cure is the
16 1.50 9.05 ..........Dade l.lty.......... 9 00 5.00 I result ia all curable canes. A single trial con-1
ZJ 5.08 g.&t')>> ...........Richland._.......... 8.45 4.1O,3t, 6 11.10 5 15 ...........ut1edge ......... 7...'S 1.!50 1 13 ----------- Tinces Uw mod skeptical. Price&K and 181.00!
82 6.2810.10 .......*Teddervllle_. .. 8.27 :UIJ25 711.1 520....._.._. ,Lord" ..... .7.23 1.11 12: READ THIS CAREFULLY. of any druggist or by mail. Simple) I<*rei for
87 5.4010.30 ..... Kathleen.. .. 8.11)) 3.10 20 12111.3) 5..J? .....-...-.Clifton........... 7.081 1234ii J. ; (stamp. Dr. iL""'CIIIFFM.IYYMt.Pa.lllaa.|
\ 6.47 lO.42........Grlmn's Still"..... .QI 2.5517 5.h .*Tuska\Vl11a 7.03 1.18 5 --
1912.07 6.12..... .....Ovldeo....... .. 6.5011.0 4 In order to introduce and ad\ertUe 01
43 6.0011.15. .Lakeland.......... lUlU 2.4014 ? .
"" in all of tne VT ONCE e
51 6.20: ........._.Haskell............ 7..10 1.51 6 .12.15 6.20 ar..Lake Charm..lv 6.-JO,12.: 0 goods almost parts country )
are *
67 G.*5 12.00 Arr1v8Bartowl v. 7.15 J.40 0 __ ___ __ I GIVING AWAYthe f

Barlow Brandt.-Dally. No.8-At Lakeland with train for Bartowat following: Valuable Collection of Heaut

South Bound. north Bound. Bartow Junction with tram for Bartow.No. fut Useful. Amusing and Miseelfeneoi A FlllEND IN NFRD.;
11-At Bartow Junction with train from Things. We will send the Entire Coltecttoi
Pu. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment.
Pas. Pas. Pas
Tampa.; at Bartow with train from Pember nost-paid, for only ISc.
No. &Ft &Ft ::" 5'rATlONS. ='" &Ft No ton r erry,and Florida Southern Railway for Yon cannot fall to be more than satiafie Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
11. 13. 12. a. 14. 16. Punta Gorda. 6'Reautiful Engravings, viz: The Morninof -- Sweet of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set-
- -- No. -At Bartow Junction with train for Life,A Garland i-f I'iowersThe First Love ter. Has been used for more than -V) years
A Y P. X P.II. Lv Ar 17 A M. P.II. P...
Sanford.No. .
letter, The Faggot Gatherer, Indian Summe- and Is the but known remedy for Rileumat'pralnsBruisesCutsBurns-
11.15 2.10 7.15 0 Bartow J'nc 12 10.40 1.4(1 6.30
13-At Bartow Junction with train from and 'J he Waning Year. till Portraits of Fe lIPm. eUralgla. ,
ll.ao 2.28 7.35 5 Winter Hvn 810.20 1.2j 6.10
Tampa.No. Wounds and all) ext.f'rnalloJmleK.
moue Men, 26 Portraits of Famous and Beat .
11.42 2.40 7J1J 9, Eagle Lake 5110.05 1.13 5.5.5 14-At Bartow with Florida Southern I \VomenlNSeltctionsforAutographA' ( t SOLD BY ALL Din.T.OISl: R-TUT IT.
11 2.55 8.0012 .((3'Itlonv111e 9.'>> 5.45
train from Punta Gorda at.Bartow Junction. ----- ---
01 11.0.1 ; bums,Fancy Work Designs In EmbcoiderlCroch'
12.05 3.10 8.15,17; ar Bartow lv 9.40 5.3' with train for'lampa. t, Berlin Net and Lace Work, Cro'n I Samples Free CROWN Samples' FreeMEDIt'ATED

CONNECTIONS. No. 15-At Bartow Junction with trains Stitch, etc.; 100 Popular Sonus all the favor I
from Tampa and Sanford: at Bartow with ites :300 Puzzles Chat ades Rebuses, Knigma-.
TRAIN No. 1-At Sanford with People's and 'Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda. ; COM Rl.JSXIOrV i'c) \v f Kll.
Riddles etc. 100 Valuable Mon-y-Maklngs*
DeBary-Baya Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains tor crets, some of; which have sold for$5 each; I Highly indorsed by the theatrical profession
and J..T. fc K. W. train from Titugville Contains luablemnlicinal erile- which
; Tampa and Kissimmee. Parlor Games Tricks In Magi. pro
Junction. with train for Baitow Amusing ; all ble.nlsh sot the skin. It
at Barlow ; No. 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida and Legerdemain 5R Chemical and other EJperiments quickly remove
at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at 33 Popular; Recitations, the Lam effects a complete Trant-for n at ion,and cause
2 Lakeland with tr.iln for Bartow ; t ordinary to become St'
No. -At ; Lakeland with train for Kisslramee. of Flowers the Golden Wheel }ooorjun, the mo* person iking-
at Bartow Junction with trains to and from No.20-At Barlow with Florida Southern guage Dictionary, of Dreams, a GuKle t: ly Reantifnl.' It I is put up in I'e-rl and Flesh
Telierta( '
Bartow; at Sanford with People's and De- Railway train from Punta Gorda; at Lakeland Flirtation, the Magic Age Tablet, the Lover.V Until In large toilet b Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville, with train for Tampa; at Pemberton Telegraph the Magic Square, the Morse Tel.> all Druggists or s'nJ Fccureh* reeled' to any
and JM T. A, K. W. t>alas for Jacksonville Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for graph Alphabet, the Deaf and lJnmb A'phllo' address on receipt of PRICE Firry UKNTM: In
TttuI v11le. or Li dies can obtain elegant -
stamps currency.
Gainesville and Palatka.No. .
bet, the !Seven Wonders of tbe World and
No. 3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through 21-At Bartow with Florida Southern Map of the United States. samples KKKK, by enclosing 10 cts in
Coaches without change between Jackson- Railway for Punta Gorda. Jfemember-we will xen d you E VER YTlIJNv stamps top ty far poMnge and parking, ad-
ville and Tampa. Connects at Sanford withJ No. 22-At Bartow with Florida Southern named above for only 18 cl*.in postage utamj. dr.8.". naming< this paper CKOWN CHEMICAL
,.T. A K. w. train from Tltusvllle; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Uorda; at Lake Address, UNION SUPPLY AGENCY COMPANY* Arch St.! I'hlladelpbla, l'a.
tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam land with train for Tampa. Koz 322, 1'hilHdclphlH. Pa.
pa on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Steamship connections are made with HING CHUNG,
with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Steamer Margaret for all points on Hlllsbor- MARRIED LADIES ABLE VAJ.U-
and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Uai nr\.ays: ough and Tampa Bays and Manatee River Information CHINA WARE and JAPAN GOOD'.
with Plant Steamship Company's ships for also with Mall Steamships Mascotte and and samples, securely sealed, by return maUl
Kry West and Havana.No. Whitney of the Plant Steamship Co., for Key enclose sell addressed stamped envelope, and ALL KINDS OF
6-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through West and Havana and steamer for Point name this paper. Crown Chemical Company,
Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack Pinellas and old Tampa Bay. 1018 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Handkerchiefs and Curiosities.Call .
sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, Passports can be applied for through any Reliable Lady Agents Wanted. and'see goods.

Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Notary Public,and Notary's certificate that No.22 Laura Street, near Bay,
Margaret' from Manatee River,and on Sun- such application has bean made, when vised FRUITS
days, Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant by the Spanish Consul at Key West, will an- ORIENTAL Jacksonville, Fla

Steamship Company's ships for Havana and swer the purpose of a Passport. LeConte and Kieffer Pears on than
Key West, FREDERICK H. RAND, riij own roots; Bartlett and other 1)..,. Early Spring Vegetables and Flowers.
o.7 At Lakeland with train for Pemberton o I Gen. Freight&Ticket Agent. on LeConte roots; Pruntw Simons and. Farmers Gardeners and Florists, use tho

Ferry. Japanese Plums;Peen To* Honey Patent Protecting Cloth,originated and prepared
Peaches: Russian Apricots. A only by undersigned. It in! equal to
and assortment of Fruit
a att large general glass,and costs but a tenth as much,on Cold
Trees. Catalocu with facts Fre..
TolntroducetheDJ.we Frames and Hot Bed-. Protects from frost
DOC BUYERS' QUIDE.0010nd ABIC I OFFER. will GIVK; -- AddreMW.F.HEIKES.. I Nanaa'et"8a promotes hardy and rapid growth, does not
ta.lll.l..rtea "
pIat.eI.. 100 e """ "fttaJUe.Alae
i Ma.
AWAY 1,000 Self-Operating Washing shrink or decay Widely known arWt
of di1fereut' lx'eeds' ,IPrite/e are chines. If you want one send us your name. FOR ALL S>3O a week extensively used. Fade supplied' at low rat.t.il
dad wilen Ie kJ'1laiJe4 soe
1NItb. for 16 eeta. P. O.and express office at once. THE NATIONAL WORK and expenses paid. Valua- Send for circulars,samples etc., free.
ASSOCIATED FANCIERS. Co.,13 Dey 8t, N. Y. ble outfit and particulars U. 8.WATERPIU OFINO Fl HUE CO.,

U7 a.Eighth' I&Philadelphia,.. free. P. O. YICKEKY Augwsta,. Mal... 56 South St., New York.JANUARY .







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Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.Result .

OCALA,Fla.,September 15,1885. '
The "Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer" which I bought of you
of Nine Tears Experience in Orange Culture. last season has given most excellent results,and I take pleasure giving
you this tehtlmonlal. I find this fertilizer to be Just what it is represented
.. ,and I cannot speak too highly in its fvor. I want same amount
NORWAI.K, Fla.. September ., 188-. this season. V. 0. EICHELBERQBB.
Having had nine years'.x peri en ce In orange culture In Florida,and _
'laving' tried vanous kinds of fertilizers, [ feel it my duty to my neigh- .
tors to say that :your goods have proved of more value to me for orange FORT MASON,Fla.,August 22,1SS5. '
rees than any other fertilizer I have used t" We have used Bradley's Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and
I have given Hr dley's.'ranee Tree Fertilize Fine Ground Pone !" orange trees,and they have given better satisfaction than any fertilizers
good test Tor I wo years, having used your goods by the side of others we e v er used. VIES&TAYLOR.
.,here I could compare results. I shall invest in no other,and cheerfully :,, :. !.'_ -
recommend j out goods to the public. M. IL BEAN. F = =
.... t : : "7 = Full Supply of. Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone,
=-- -_ r- ,-, -.Jii:. Bradley's Palmetto A Sulphate
'- &.. i ;:; Phosphate, Bradley's -
;; .: ; = _-= of Potash Nitrate of
o :., := Soda, etc., etc.
Attention, Florida Gardeners ",: : .:--G- .. -..
":.. ..' f#:f c. Send for Circulars.
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J i I J'. l Tl2"'y's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer' '? "

.,: : '.. -t = ___--.;. ; :l1 1__-- g GEORGE E. WILSON, State Agent,
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lrepared.E.pe. lo.lly for Florida Truckers. ---=.-!.= --==mar"- 50 West'Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.:

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-;. :?: The : ., -Georgia Associated Traffic Lines I
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', Z--, Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Kansas City, and All Points West and Northwest.
And Only Line Furnishing1st.
TWO PAST FREGHT Schedules each day,connecting with both the Cincinnati Southern-and Nashville,Chattanooga and St.Louis Railroads at Chattanooga,and the Louisville
and Nashville Railroad at Montgomery.2nd. :
We notify the consignees when your Oranges pass Atlanta, Chattanooga and Montgomery, thus letting them know when to expect the shipment,and givin
hem the necessary notice so( that they can use every precaution to protect your interests.3rd. '
We have a full line of Ventilated and Refrigerator Cars, which will be furnished upon application.4th. .
We Have the Shortest Line to the 'Vest, and make the Quickest Time.
5th. Letters an 1 questions promptly an 1 cheerfully answered, and upon application stencils and rates to any point will be furnished.See .
Uut you shipments are stenciled. or routed via. Albany, Ga., ant. notify me shipment and I will see that they are Carefully Handled and Promptly Forwarded.

J. P. BECKWITH, Florida Freight Agent,

". G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A., JOS. M. BROWN, G. F. A.,

;:. Central R. R.of Ga.,Savannah! Ga Western and j Allan tic Ry., Atlanta,Ga.

;or ,- A. J. ROSE

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_'f.- Improved and Unimproved Property, Town Lot, Orange Groves.Y .


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Correspondence Solicited. P.O. Box 197. A. J. ROSE.

References: First National Rank of Orlando: The Kliwlmmae' Oily Kant


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Lots. Groves.
Good Pine and Hammock Lands. Building Lands.

I have near 500 of the most beautiful build- 16-acre grove in city limits, heavily laden.
8,000 within 5 of Ocala '
in large or small acres miles at a bar-
Improved or unimproved ing lots in Ocala,and some choice lots in several -with( the finest fruit,at a bargain.
quantities, ranging in prices from 91 to$1,000 gain, if taken at once.
neighboring towns. Also several Im- One 8-room dwelling with all out-
per acre. necessary
I G-acre grove two years in bearing, four
Space is limited,should you want Real Es- proved lots. blocks from court-house,cheap. building; about 40 acresjn grove. This is a
tate of any kind call or write me, as I have tine place.
lands all over this and adjoining counties.N. Wrjte me for an honest description of any '
I 20-acre grove 2 miles from town,cheap.
Respectfully, Several small and large tracts improved.and
M. I property. Several small groves all over this county. l'
P. O. Box 205, Ocala, Fla N. M. BUOWN. I unimproved. .

T. ::1:) C. PRENTI: Sil JS i i cfe> O C> ,

Rooms 3 and 5 Bret Block, OCALA, FLA.


,Florida Lands---Orange Groves Hammock and Pine Lands

In Putnam, Marion, Hernando, Polk, Sumter and OrangelCounties.

,; Specialties:-Locating' Government, State and Railroad Lands. Also Town Lots and Lake Fronts.

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S x> :1 o e :r c3 Hop & On ,

'. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Leesburg, Florida. .

Bearing Orange Groves, Young Groves, City Property, Unimproved Lands, Etc.
have In our hands some of the handsomest and best paying Orange Groves In the State. Beautiful Lake Fronts with Orange Groves and residences on Lakes Harris and Griffln.NlSyx .
>f the gl'\vea we offer for sale.are now paying Ten to Fifteen per cent.on amount asked for them. We, will take pleasure In gir ing any information in regard to property and this
section of Florid a. '
Refer to D. G. Amb ler,B.M.Baer.Jacksonville,Fla. .


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.. TIME .. 0 -FOR- i CHARLESTON, S. C.

: ,-' Ashciy Soluble 'uo"a'complete high grade Fertilizer.
53 t 0 ,
.A lil6jr Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,

t 'BETWEENfeavannah. and also used: by the truckers near Charleston vegetables.. <

,New 'York BOSTON : ,:.-: .ABU leT Arlo Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer:for orange trees,bananas, etc ,,:
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and rhlladelphlH, Dissolved Bones. ;'
Ashley Ashley Phosphate.
:.CVid between Boston .'. AND '. ,
and Savannah ; :1'v Pure'Ground.Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate Ammonia, Ka nit-.: '. _

f PHILADELPHIA.. Muriate;Potash,Cotton Seed.Meal, etc. ,:' <'
+ 65 to 70 HOURS. .
-. --, .For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers and good articles on Peas, Kalnlt .
Floats etc. address ':

Ocean Steamship Company. TilE ASHLEY- "PHOSPHATE COMPANY,

r Charleston'.8. C.

(Central or 9O MeridianTime..)

: Passage Rates ":Between Jacksonville: New York. and Boston Direct. THE WILCOX &. GIBBS GUANO : .

"Excursion ; ).">. ,
Cabin $25; Steerage$12.30: return trip), tli.- .
i II 1C. Magnificent Steamships of this Company,are appointed to sail as follow: % SUCCESSOltS( TO \yiLOOX, GIBBS_ co., C',

M FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. The Oldest Importers and Manufacturers of Guano in America:; ,
":;1'1 V OFcAUGUSTACapt.. J.W. Catharine...._......-..;.;...Moudav, January '3-12X)noon :." '" .. :- '
OHATrAHUOC E ,,Capt. H.-'C. Dapgett-....__........ ....Woo'' esdaJannary 5- 2:00 p. m '.. :;/:" Established 1850.; '->:;7'I
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F.. Smith..._..........._-..; ....... Friday, January 73:30 p. in *' ':.". : '_ : 1 '
( NA 'OOCH KE, Capt. Kern plon.....,...........;.._..........;-..............Monday.-an nary 10- 6t*")p. m ',
fALL AH ASS t E. Capt Fisher. ....:.........-............._.......\yedn ,.tJuy. January,!2- 7:30 a. m For all kinds of Truck.. ;r
,Ul'l Y OF AUGUSTA, CapU J.-W. Catharine.-......-...;.,..........Kilday, January i M- 9:00 a..-m Truck Farmer' Special (:uatto. (GR3EN I'.AND.) .'
I CUATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. H; C. DaggetU.._:......:;...............Monday. January 17-12.-M noon These Fertilizers, delivered Steamer or Ha!I road, at SAVANNAH or CHARLESTON
. ttl I'Y OF 8 WANNAU. Capt: F. Smith.....:..... .. ........Wednesday January: 19- 2OC p. m tree of drayage bag of 2O: tt s.$3 75 Ton$17 50. '
f : "MACOOCHEE, Cape K rnpton..,...............-......:. :................... ..Friday, January 21- 4tp.) m pr > ; per .
t i Ai",LAHA (HEE," CapU Fisher- ............._......f....NN. ._.......... Monday January 21 I- 6:00 p. m For young Orange and other Fruit Trees. Vines etc. ..
CITY OF AUGUSTA CapU J. W. Catharlne.:.....-....-;....-Wednesday, January 20--7:30 a. m Orange Growers Special UHATTAHOOCHEE: Capt. H. C. Dnggett........:.............N......_ ..YrJday.-January 2$- 1-:30 a.m Per Bag oi 200 < CITY. OF SAVANNAH: CapU F. Srulth.,....................-..-......)toDday. January.HI-10: 0 a. m For Bearing Orange Trees. .

FROM SAVANNAH BOSTON.' 'thi Orange Grower. O wn. (OKA OK: BRAND.) .I;

( V'' OF MACON, CapU,Kelley..... .... _............... ......._..Thursday, Jan. G. at 2:30 1'. mThursday Per Bag of 200 fcs. $1 00; per Ton $10 00 .
U"AIE CITY CapU Uedge...v..M.Hw.i'YOK -?-.:_______..._.- Jxn. ]3. at 8.ti p. m Doubly Ammoniated Trade Farmers' Special Guaao.
*.. 'MAOONCapt.I.K.elle11..1..hunday.Jan.. 25, at : :00 p.m Per Big of 20J Ibs.$; 00 Ton $30 00.
' WATT CITY, CapU-Hedge.;::IN eo..;.. ;............. ......................Thursday_ Jan. 27, at 8:00 .p; m_ ; per
Pure,Anlm..l Bone Meal and Potash.
/.-:( ,, -. FOR PSIIAV1iL+PHIA, Per Bag of 200 fi>s.-3 73; per Ton $37 60 .

H \ /. 'These Steamers do notcatrry Passenger] .. Fare Animal Bone Meal. --: .
,DESSOUG,'Cap'N.-F.' owes......-......-.;=.....-..-....._............,aturday, January 1-10.30 a. m Per Bag of 200 fts.$J 75 Ton$37 :50: : '
I UN I AT A, CapU Asklns.....NN........-... :............................ssturday, January 8- 4:30 p. m ; per .
*'f.SSOUG, Capt. N. F. flowes-:....... :.........,....__.;.. -...NN.N...Saturday; January 15-10:00: m For- Colton. Tobacco Corn, Wheat, etc. .
lit nAT A. tape; Askihs...;' -.......-,-.....-.;.-......".i-.;.. .Saturday,. January 22-'4:30 p. m \Vilcox. Gibbs A:,Co'- a 'Manipulated Guano. BLACK BRA.KD.' ) '
DESSOUG,' Capt. N. F, Howes---......;;........_...........JSaturday: January W,- l'IOO' a. m Per Bag of 2iX&,s. $2 75;,,per' Ton$A 50Excollent
Georgia, Standard Guano. ,.
-THESE PALACE>: STEAMERS, Per Bag of 200>fts.$2 55; per Ton $25 60
''JunoectlnK with,the Sava nah, Florida and ''NVestern Railway (Way cross Short Line) Any of./the abbfo Packed, In Barrels if Dc' lred. .
: \Ofler to the Traveling, Public and Shippers vantages equalled by no other Une. .
lurougb Ticket and Bills ol Lading Issued to principal. points North East and Northwest Our prices are based on prompt and certain Cash. They will not admit of nny.losses by
y." Savannah? )For further particulars: apply to poor or Blow pay. Therefore to insure prompt shipments, orders bhould accompanied
HENRY YONGE Agent, G. M. SORREL. Agent with the money. (Approved acceptance with iutreML at S I her cent. added to our Cash
Pier No.35,North River New York.L'1tyEschange Building.Savannah, Ga.. Prices for the time taken,will ba regarded as equivalent to cash.) GI>re fun! shipping direc
'. RICHARuSON. BARNARD, Agent-, Savannah Plpl iB ton. tions.and you may; rely upon the goods being shipped the day the order Is received. "
W.*L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S:Third Street, fhuadelphia. '
; N. B.-Samples of any of.our Goods,will be mailed on application. :?,
J. D. HASHAGEM,, l stern Agent v.tFlonda.K Western, Ry. Co.,261 Broadway Y.. .
For. imormatlon, and' ,Tickets., apply to. connecting llne Works at Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S. C. :../
H. R. CHRISTIAN, Soliciting Agent.J.'Bl .

,' 0 f ,WILLIAM- KAVI2NCL' ,, President. ..' -.


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.' MERCHANTS. .".,";: .... CHARLESTON S. C. ; .'. ;'::: <=:Jt::
Noa. 5 Nprih.Market and.5 Clinton Sts.; Boston, itiacs.REFKEENCKS .

-T. G. Hller, Cashier Fanue'll Hall) National Bane, Boston; Richardson A -
Barnard Boston and Savannah f3.'S.'Co. Savannah Ga H. C. -: : .'
,AgenU. ;. Denton Gainesville ",
\ Fla.; J; osier; Ocala,;KlaV. ;, A. C.Turner:'Clear, "Water, .Harbor, Ja.;: A. H.Manvllle,JackMAiTLANLT' ,.:" ;:rT;: :,: ; ... ', Established 18TO.' : 4'- ." "
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.:All.varieties of Orange and''IAmon' Trees.:' Buds not on small stocks. but. on.large. and ex- Fertilizers.
trap line ones.- We make a, specialty. of the famous"and- hardy High Grade \

.- "Villa' .jpraiaca ,Lemon, 1. ,;.;'

;,sand can bend NOW for show Catalogue.trees and, ':ttiPK''y v*. They. !stood la.twlnter's. ,. .. cold.-'.as well: as the .Soluble. '.Guano: (J1lg;'* ammoniated), Dissolved Bone Ash Element" : "\t.,

orange. -; '- ,' v KEDNEY 4: CAREY, .;.German Kahlt) ,, ,Cotton .Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate Floats;. v .n .":x. :

: :- j-y .:} > .- Alnltland. Orange Co., Fla. High Grade. Rice'Fertilizer Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. .' ;{ .'.

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All Orders Promptly Fife i. .. i4 Y'
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.':. Naturaljfood, for planUlfeEspecially; adaptedtdsandy.olie. Anyone wishing to obtain "
1 :,'..::'*trletly-good fertilizer will\ flnil 'U to his, interest to try this.- it Is not a cone*, nt'rated. '
;bhemical tertlllzer, but a \relj manufactured Organic Compost The fleet Is permanent. Braidentbwn Real Estate :
; Agency;; :
:Price (,lit. Sacks:V$1O.OO per Toil. y
head forCicculars. 1 have Is. Address OBAIIAXI ".
nougen EDGAR .]!I. ,
!,'\.I. ,-' ,GEO. HUTCHINSON,
., U' .. "-., Crescent CJ tx.-Fla. Attorney'Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace,
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: Ilraldciitowii,' ITIuiiutee Co., Fla. .
.: ? ..,.. Will buy and sell all kinds of Heal Estate on commission. Eighteen years' residence In '
'.. ," ..\.",. .:" -...,.. ," '-. Manatee County Personal knowledge of most of the lan<'ta throughout the county. A* a'
.'.;:.;:.,.' ,.:,.. ,'.. practicing AIt rne-.Rnd- a* County.Judge fora number of years, I have'Iwd occasion to
f1o"' "0. .' become familiar with.many titles and the County Records, Having been omlnuoualy en
:.,..r;'#" .; c ASK' k YOUR.GROCER' ; 'FOR" '. :..-. .;..' '' raced, nil these years in the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and -table product*
:: ; ..:$i.. "/:.; : .' ''' : 'r' : of thin semitropical section gives me advantages in tbe selection! of the various qualltle f
lands suitable. Maps and-\b. tractK furnished, Titles examined and. Deeds executed.. Information
4 ti: ; -EMPIRE'I ; :x ONE : .S. POUN' furnished., Correspondence solicited. j

... ... ;. j' ,' : '. NOTE.Uraidentown Is siiuuted on the conth bank of the beautiful Manatee River,aboutthirtyfive
: I': r;" miles south Has service < 11ar
.- Tampa. dally bythe c'e.,.raut steamer ntret. AdJacent -
.. '1',. _' i ,.. JI_ """" .-' OR '- are the lovely Terra Cea) 8anlmta.! and 1'ulmaKola Uiye,teeming with nil kinds of
r rlsh,clams and oysters; and here un the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building si if K lathe
A" world with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands where tropical fruits aud

: :.- ,howflake, /' Baking: Powders, ; choke vegetables. .... may be grown to perfeclion.,

-., Well and Flues
... And see'that. you, get- them- as they' are the .best: in the. 'Market.. .Manufactured. only by the"FLORIDA Curbing.. \\ Chimney _

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,). JA8' M. FAIRLIE. .} ..Ornamental Cheap aud Strong. No skilled labor required.
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Once.and Laboratory? N 0,:SlNewnan, :Street, near Bay, next Hotel Togni ": Address I
; : Jacksonville,:,Fia. ;> -. ;;;}. } .

w ,...:. "."":' :,i *::1.'f'trr1. ) 'md'J' buon-1h Florida DUpUrtL-. ..: ; '. '*"*_.,>..!/'.. '. ; .. Office MJ$ W M Bay Street .. Jacksonville, Fla.

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:- Offer Residence and'Business Lots; at Si.:Jamey ( Itr (Big Pine hhmdr.barlotle Harbor "

.-: 1 going also suburban vessel*. .land for Tropical Frnlt and_.Wtnter Gan ens.' The... most. southern' port. for sea'. New .York, Charleston & Florida
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The elegant Steamers of this Line'are appointed to sail for CHARLESTON &= NEW YuRK ;

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"I, .. From FERNANDINA' .........,......?_ ... ..?/.Every. 'SU.VDAY and Every WEDNE FRIDAY.+DAY.

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I .. From Jacksonville.CHEROK.EE ,
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::" SEMINOLE: (New)......".*'.,.."......V."........ ......... ... .-.Fn.lityJ....-PH 3JaiuH'at8Oam n. 7atf:3pm! .' "
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It SEMINOLE.(New. ).. .. .,..'- ..'." .. .. .... -.0'-, .' -. '-" .. ...rrJd: ',,'an,,21.23a3tlarn J nt, 1:30: .pm- ',-',

From Fernn'1C h m. '

I gaUon Every Company'8 Sunday and'Wednesday trains. evening.on the. arrival of the Florida Railway.and Navl- .'.:'

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D1rLAWARE..SundayJan.: 9 CITYOF
YEDSA9SEE..;......::.:.... ....SundayJan.16 CITY Ot"COLUMKIA..Wedn ATLANTI.WednesdayJan.12
DRLA WARE ...........-......Sunday,Jan. CITY ayJaa.l9 1
I : T YEMAMSEE..... ....:.............Sunday,Jan.231' CITY 8iABas: { ] ,,} .:.1 ..

Steamers are>appointed to sail from Pier 29, E. R:, New York, every ,TUESDAY ''J.auas1: ; :",
DAY and "AAUxvUAi,at*i p.m. .
The Freight and Passenger; VccomoaoJnions' by this Line -I
** SAJT! CARLOS )) Now St. James ..tton ar' unsurpassed.! Everyalien' I
: ( Open) City.CHESTER will be given business entrusted! to the Llno. Direct aU shipments '
,BALL, Manager. CLYDE'H FLORIDA LINE, Pier.29. East lUver. born New. York via.. ..,
'. 'Reference'R. Campbell, St.James' -Hotel( ,'Jacksonville. Forfnrther Information apply. r

, Delightful st rroundtng's,-driving, yachting, fish,oysters fresh vegetables. Soil adapted t CLARENCE, 'WAGNER, Aeni,.. A.LESLIE,Age i, .
'., 'Oranges, Pine-Apples.Cocoanuts, etc. Tourists, Invalids and. sportsmen say It Is the mos Fernandlna, Fla. Jacksonville, FIA,
'.. attractive spot in the State. '" -
86 Bay St.,cor. Hogan.,
Reached from Punta Gorda by. steamer Alice Howard, leaving for St. James City Tuesday, THEO. G. EGEB;Trafflc Manager, :WIL:\ 'P. CLYDE & CO., Gen. .
Thursday and Saturday.a. m., Address. : 3> Broadway N. Y.. 12 South Wharves, Broadway"! .
Philadelphia *
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,. .J.,. M.. KREAMER- Jacksonville.. .. St. James City, Charlotte. Harbor.. : '


Poinetrran* .Valrico .N'urserles'. ; Guavas : .....:. -.. .
atu, FICI. Bananas. '. ..: I''"
Peaches TROPICAL AND 8UBTKOPICAL. Pine-AppleA'gapes' H. L. 'WHEATLEY .. ..
/; AVOCado I'IPeara : :
Anona, -.""*' fALTAMONTE -.' .
Pecans, ,' 'Catalogue. ) .Free. Acacia, : "-0'f'
Oriental .Y' erium, ; ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
.' Plums and r V Wt G. TOTJS13Y Ca'adium, '
:, Persimmons ; V Poinci
LIME! Etc., ....... Seffhert, HillsborougH Co.FIR., ,PALMS, Etc.na ) Orange &'' Lemon "' ,

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Successors' 'to Rockwell, Nichols&Co., Wholesale,and Retail' I

: ::) Figs of,r'Commerce, New' Pomegranates, Mulberries Nut Trees.Etc. -
:Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing) Goods. Grates, Mantels, Paints, : :
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: Oils Guns Ammunition.Etc. .. ;
... 3', r. 1 Saddlery, r New.Catalogue now ready. Address"aasbove.FLORIDA .:
'::; ..,, .r: > ? goods they may .neeti In our,line.. Prices. lower than ever. '
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SAN PABLO AND DIEGO BEACH COMPANY. i Has dor sale choice\Lot, .Orange, Groves and.Wild:;Lands. Allows lntestpn,, d "pQSi iU, ,Coltect8HenUandInterestt'NeiotiatesLo.nsetc I-:-

Offers Choice.Fruit and Vegetable Lands near> .transportation for Inv sinient/or Cultivation. *> J. 'C. GItEELEit' Rrealdotit.. ._-." ;. 1.'Ii.. ..nosnP.II.( Trrn.nrrr.' .j",
:!I .' Certain Market for Farm Produce: : Attractive Sites for Homes;'Railroad and Dally Malls. .. ', '. ,
,.. Also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantict'ity: the ailment Plnn. desired.: .Address
..JAS. M.:'XRE JlER, President,over I Bunk of Jacksonville: .. ,'or"H'; B. GKAMT. Supt., I SUNSETHILL. .NURSERIES.: : \
,. ,S*.n Pablo,.Florida. :; .
.'Cat&logues'wllb'pracUc ,' hints to i i'ew beginnbra. i, freeoto appllc tJon. Our list. Include
the. .choicest.. varieties.01 the Citrus famllv. grown. Also, > .
Reaches, Pears, PlumsJ6rapes;: ,arid ;other ':Fruits. ; ....' .

A general. line of fruit trees adapted"to Florida, Including the 'largest. stock'' of.Peach .Our stock 18-one 01 the 'largest in the State. Thornier. and. Early Fruiting varieties
:Treest .to be found lit Hie State, .Pecis.To'and: If on ey:Peaches a specialty, speclalty.. -_ ... .. !' ,- aIt.
:',i also several other cholcevarietteiofpeacher..My.stocaotKelsey:'s Japan Plum Trees W. PIERCE,' ,
consists of ,WO or upward all home grown, a. d buds, laKen from bearing trees on my place. '.Indian8prIngsOrlLnge, ..Co., ,Fla. J
l&Plchoilue Olive Trees (2 to tJ ft. liieh.dOOOOOranse) ; Trees ((3 to 4 yrs. old). -
A full supply of LeOonte KeUfer and other Pear trees,Japan Persimmons, Figs; Quinces, '
AprlCots;Nectarines,Japan' Medlars Mulberries English Walnuts, Pecans, Almonds,Japan Deer Isl n-Garde-nSahd: Nurseries:
,Chestnuts. ,,Grapes,Raspberries, Blackberries, etc. -'*-,'. j J'
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An examiation of stock solicited. Catalogues& free'on application OAI .
LAND, "BAXOE (''t1.. f"'.A.
O. ilER. : Pot ,Fruit :
LGlen Semi-Tropical, and ,OrnamentalTrees Plants
,St.-Mary,Fla. ,and ,
... Vines 'No Loss in "
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Catalogue and Price List 1ree,'on application. to the Manager. Address

., ., .,. 4.. Oakland, Orange Co.. Via.t

<. J" Orange, Lemon find Lime Trees,. :Peaches, Pears, Plums; Pecans and Established d'1856. "

; <: :*'. :' .. Persimmons' ,Filberts; Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. 'Frailtlaad 'Nurseries 200 Aeres'in.J'. (Ntuiiry. ,.:
.;:; Descriptive Catalogue and Prico List, !of 27:,pages sent free. Angusa Ga. ;
The stork of Fruit and
Ornamental Treen ipecialiy
: ,. auapteit toFioMda' is doubtless fhe
':.. .. F. S.. CONE, Manager; most varied in the United -tates."As..eetat atalogae (No.'.J) Is published! for thU branch
t.. ; CRliSCENT CITY,' FLA. of our establishment. In addition to the usual Jnrge variety or fruits such as PC en-To.
: Honey'and other Chinese Peaches,oriental Pears,Japan Persimmon, Eryobothryas Grare
; Vines etc ,: we have a.very'large stock of Kel! .ey'a and 'uow Japan Plain. Japan
The ,Lakeland Nursery Company. Chestnut. 1 Ielon 8bra s. and other new fruits. Also air the new Roses of merit. ,Palms
Acacias, broad leaved and coniferous. Evergreen Trees. Flowering shrubs,etc. CaUloxtif"
: > ORANGE LEMON AND LIME .TIREES: sent'Iree to ah'Wholesale: .. No; 1. Hardy fiult t1'eefit..Rose; Evergreens. No.2.'Greenhouse
plants. No.3. for.nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. "TUUM and Ornamental'
-'t(feen-To and Honey Peaches, Keiffer and Le" onte' J'ears;> Kelseya's Japan Plums,' Japan tre.n-nfMl tn PloHda. .. .u., ,r. u....t_*....,".,.' *<. i>_...niA.. <.... -
'" ..5 taaM.l..l.rinnslit11natA'tiles. -. .: urapes, C.at.t1eyGuavAS, btrawberrfes; -lne-Apples and .Bananas. -.-=":' 4 .Vt' 1; : ..
V VVTropical
Potted, Fruit Trees a,Specialty 'eV" 37D1a.: ,:n. :Jhe..ap ,

Price List free on.application. E., H..TISON. 'Manager. .. SA.N() : FLOltX I,)A.. : ..' ".
Lakeland Pot K Co...Fla: ,
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1.000.000! Apple, Peach m, Pear 0. Quince' Fig and Mulberry Trees. .Also'a large stock of Or.DlreTrre., and other fruits and Plantation and Garde.'P.ECIFJCALLY .. CNp's, A..
Peach Seedlings,suitable lor grafting and buduing stocks. .Grape Vines' Raspberry, Strawberry i. '- PREPARED ,FOR EACIICllOP.No ., .t '.
Plants,etc.,for sale at Willow ..LB.ke'Nursery., 'used the
: Vermin-Feeding Compounds in Manufacture of these,Goods
.' Descriptive catalogue and p"lce.lllt mailed free on application. Address. .
'. ;. ,SAMUEL.. KCraPH The highest grade goods.are, tne.beat and cheapestand, these goods meet the want.. Many '
yura' tes,. find them to be all that Is claimed. for them. References can he given.but
MarshallTllle,,--Ofu I needless where goods. are so well known..can be truthfully. said that these are the te dard 1t.1..
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