The Florida dispatch
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055757/00057
 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 24, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
lccn - sn 95026759
System ID: UF00055757:00057
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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.. W. DaCosta,) Jacksonville Fla. 24 1887' Established 1809.
Proprietors Monday January I
A H. Manville, j i' I New Series: Vol. 7, No. 4.

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HARLAN HOTEL Stoves, Crockery, ,
G. A. DREKA &: CO., Proprietors.

Enlarged and improved. Capacity doubledin Tin-ware, C. S L'ENGLE China, ______ CAPT. J. MINOT, Manager.
1886.. Elegant new furniture Electric Bells, Chandeliers, DELAND, FLA.
etc. Tennis, Croquet, Billiards, Boating, etc. Granite Iron-ware, Lamps
Table supplied with the best of everything. Accommodations for 135 Guests. Situated
Fresh vegatables rom hotel garden everyday .Oil Stoves, AND Burners, Chimneys, In the very center of the city,conveniently located .
in the year. :Milk in abundance from the Silver-ware. to rostofllce,Telegraph office,Churches,
Irondequolt Dairy. Gas Fixtures, etc. Surrounded by beautiful grassy grounds
House Furnishings COMPANY arranged for Lawn Tennis, Croquet and other
LAKE., HELEN, VOLUSIA CO., FLA Freezers, outdoor amusements.A .

Five miles from DeLand. Table Cutlery, Refrigerators, select Orchestra has been secured; for the
:: season.
Gate City Filters,
LAKE HELEN.The Fire Dogs State, S2.5O, per Day and Upward..
I JACKSONVILLE,' FLA. Dinner, Tea and 022.;. Special Rates by Week or Month.
and Atlantic
Blue Spring'Orange City
Railroad is now completed to Lake Helen, ., Baskets and Wooden-ware! I I' Toilet Sets. Hotel, Furniture and Fittings New. Hot
and daily train service has been put on con- and Cold Water Bath and Closet on each floor.
necting wlt.i all trains over the J.,T. & K. W. Particular Attention Paid to Mail Orders. Electric Bells. All protection possible against
By,and also St.Johns River steamers. Tour- Fire. Write for particulars.
ists should not. fail to take a trip over this
route, passing as it does, directly across the W.T. FORBES. W. P. GIFFORD. C. G. PEARCE. J. B. CHRISTIE,Attorney.
famous .Orange Ridge" of Volusiu County, Real Estate and Loans.G.B.GRIFFIN&SON
at its broadest and most attractive .
point, W. T. FORBES & CO. :'.
through extensive Orange Groves, past beau- ,- '
" tiful lakes,elegant winter homes, over a well
' ballasted road-bed, broad heavy steel -

pleasure ployees rails, elegant, trip and attractive.all,Pulman that combines Cars, courteous to make em-a : Florida Real Estate Exchauo! al Law OMcos.

This route,starting at Blue Spring'Landingon
the St.Johns River,close by the celeb:ated

mammoth sulphur spring of this name upon Property Bought and Sold in County of Florida.
Whose bosom the largest steamers could float, every -
in the midst of the tropical luxuriance of a.
river hammock,crosses the main line of th- Capital Invested, Loans Negotiated, Taxes Adjusted and Paid,

J.,T.& K. W. Ry, at Blue Spring: Junction, Titles Exalll llcd. "eyaiicing, Surveying, etc. Legitimate Investments.
one mile from the river. Orange City,
next station, is a growing, busy town, surrounded Send for our Real Estate Bulletin." ;
by extensive orange groves. From
thence to Lake Helen the present terminus, .
} W. T. FORBES & Co.
we pass through a park like pine forest,Inter- Represntations Guaranteed.

spersed with clear lakes, fine orange groves Abell Block 32 West Street Jacksonville. Fla.
$ Bay
and winter homes, and connect with the De- ,
Land Extension of the same system Just be-
fore reaching Lake Helen, the Villa City"of :EI111S d:3 EJ11is Information cheerfully furnished.
South Florida. This is, without exception, : ,
the prettiest town on the peninsula,and no REAL ESTATE BROKERS 50 West Bay St TCKSONVH.
pains have been spared or mistakes made, in .
making the most of its natural attractions.Its Best selections in City and Suburban Lots,Orange Groves and Truck Farms. Pine Lands. ,
commodious hotel,the Harlan House," Railroad and Government Lands, lovely Villa elites on the St. Johns River etc.
with its annexes, and the 'many attractiveand All business pertaining to Reel\ Estate promptly attended to and satisfaction guaranteed. ( 75 West BayStreet,Jacksonville,
elegant mansions and unique cottages, OFFICES: { Windsor,Alachua County,
surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns, Inverness, Hernando County.R. .
and clustering around the bue: waters of Lake The: c 1ark.'s: Cove Gr-u.an.c: >>.

Helen The balmy breezes which blow from j oa9 .N.&LIJS,C.E. A. E.MCCLURE,
Ocean and Gulf,and which at its are not intercepted = Ar n1tect.
ameliorating the winter's cold and 8: : iDf.g
tempering the summer's heat, making it the a t ELLIS & MCCLURE
healthiest and most comfortable spot on the : :> ,
continent,'either for a permanent residenceor U aoa \ n ;2 p Architects and Civil Engineers
lor a sojourn in either winter or summer. ,
.. = .sg :> bO 9rz:: tj Plans,Specifications Estimates for buildIngs
Don't' Miss It I -
< := ; : = g
= .t- Q of all kinds,Sanitary work,etc.
A trip through South Florida without a = ItS.. .. ..-;) .: 't'3'. Q 0 tI: Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto Block, Bay St.. .
country cannot but be .... It.! t:: >
this lovely
glance 0 li : :+ m : : =::2 8'" 'P.O. Box 785. Jacksonville, }4 aS .
unsatisfactory. ,X CIS r1 q 1'o f : wC
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McCartney Hedge Rose Plants for Sale. : < : ::00 3.Q : () : tI.J yh .. ....
w a I A ::b f_ : d I S'Ec This growing town is the principal stationon
t This Rose makes a handsome and perfectly I .. a "t .. .. .. .... 'tI.: ...... the J.,T.& K. \V. Ry between Palatka and
Impassable fence; said to last an hundred .. CJ......0.... : .. .. .d.... Sanford,83 miles south of Jacksonville. It is
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years. Plants can be set until February, not r..'. > jt; 'O -ill > (I) = on the high pine ridge on the shores of Lake
later. < 'i: ,Q : : : c:: Louise,and surrounded by a fertile and Fet-

Address, M.Fairbanks O'NEILL, Fla. i x: II M E-4 bMi; f ; ;si-3; ; d.
s .. 0 Co ......... u SEVILLE-
::= =' .a
O Containing subtle and private bath-rooms
Plants and Grape VinesBy O 000 s ,
Blackberry -3.. Z.Q-OO + rim d 7AW billiard room. etc.. is managed by Mr. II.
CIS + 117 Channel,late st'ward of the Jarendon: Club,
Mall postpaid,at lowest possible prices, ... "a :m b. Manchester England, under the general dIrection -
and safe arrival guaranteed. The Grape- o .... of the Seville Company.Lots .
Tines are tested Northern varieties,grown on UI :. :((')) and acre property for sale on reasona-
ble terms. Settlers and and Investors
= are requested
iny own place from cuttings. For; ree price to visit the town. Address

list and address SEVILLE COMPANY.Seville Fla.
description, ,
W. C. STEELE, Wightman & Christopher, State Agents, Mason Young. President. 35 Wall St, New

Switzerland,St.Johns Co.,Fla. Special terms on appli-ation. Jacksonville Fla. York. R.H.Mason,Sec.&Treas.,Seville Fla.


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*TA.l tf**%< ne Jili\;; l d el/a:tearly-I believe to be the (
...- .-.-. .- -:... .' greatest acquisition to Florida in the
COITTROLLING fruit lin"that has been brought to public notice in -my 19 years'residence in the State,12
of wh'clrj,have beeaengaged: in'the' nursery business. Mt was myal when the trees were

11 ': -- In fruit .lastr:; tlJ'have all:wha could,call and see them and taste the lrult'well'aware
. ...J 300.0000 Acres that;"the general 'public.would:.prefer,to''have theverd.ct such men as I name"below.to
i the decis on of more interested parties. I respectfully refer you to '.."<

Y sk of the" Richest Lands. la'the' State'_.; ".. .Mahlon'Gore...'N,L\I Mills_ ,Orlando".Fla.: Capt.D.' A.Irwin, Dr.c'.H.Lanpherg_ ;Zellwood;
J: Harklns Illlliard.{ Palatka; 1V.G. Wright, Mt.Dora; Rev.T. W.:Moor.*, Sanford; Levi .
Risinger, P.' \.Iaacs, So.renlo; ; Rev. H.J. Walker, Tangierlne; Charles Phillips,Robert
Mills,Chulustn; Hev.:C.A.Lander,Messina. '
:ELLII : I Representing all the .Owing to JI1-healtli, I l lest spring placed the' distribution and sale of trees for the coming

winter In the h -uds of JTIr. James Iflott Orlando, Fla.,to whom all orlersand letters
Disston Compinies, of inquiry should be addressed. '.

_A. I. BIDWELL..,.
I Kissimmee Land J. B. CHESNUTT.
Company S. H.COLLINS.
!! .T. B. CHE NUTT & CO.,

AND Produce Commission Merchants

;: South Florida R. R Co's Lands. Fruits Vegetables Hides, Wool Ji to.,


Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts, High an-1 Low Hummocks,flrstrclass Pine Land for 99 Bay Street SAVANNAH, GA.
Orange Groves,and rich reclaim d Hnds for garden purposes.Orange REFERENCES-Southern Bank State of Georgia I| Quick Sales and Prompt Returns at Hlghes
"nd the Commercial Ageacifts. I Market Prices.
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ANDREW: : :B.A.NL.EJ: : ,

," .>"n,', Greves. PAINT AND OIL STORE

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And Improved Truck Farms. Railroad. Steamboat and Mill Supplies, Pure White Lead, Zinc and Glass, Putty,
Varnishes,Brushes, Plain ana Decorative Wall Paper,Doors, Color81 ,eta -
Mixed Paints, all Shades and Colors-write for estimate. Locks, Sash-
Weights,Cord,Hinges. Screws,eta Lime,,Plaster, Hair and Cement.. .'

A..... .'.. I E. W.AGNEW, President. A.McINTYRE,Cashier. .

Send for Price and Description List. FIRST- NATIONAL BANK OF OCALA, *FLA., .
CAPITAL 850.000. f. r
Correspondent: Mercantile National Bank New -
.,It :l.t York.
Collections in all parts of Florida promptly attended to.

Refer to this paper. Kisilmme4, Orang"County, Fla. PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS ,


LEESBTTBG, Sumter County, Florida. PHILADELPHIA.

Correspondents: Ambl r.Marvin A Stockton,Jacksonville, Fla.; Bank of Manhattan Co., Inangurators of the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida(without ice .
New York Clt Melville Evans A Co. : )
>; Lombard Street,London, England. Reference Our
Acc't Sales
: and check
A general' business conducted. Accounts opened for depositors and collections Saturday,for every shipment I closed out that week.
made. Money place on mortgage for investors. _
REAL ESTATE DEP.AKTHENT.-Corre pondentB:Stapylton&Co.,Fruitland Park,Gardenia 1O Years Established.G. .
P.O.,Sumter Co., Fla.,and 8 Delahay Westminster, London, England.
Investors and Settlers fire. invited to communicate personally or by correspondence.DON'T SI :PALMER: : : : ,

cn:1.n:1.issiOn.: : : : 1\lIerchan.:

DOl IT. 166 Reade Street, | FOR THE SALE | NEW YORK.
Fruits and Produce Also Hides Furs, Honey Etc Florida Oralitre a
References-Banking houses and principal shippers throughout the Slate. Sand for Sten
cils and Market quotations. Trl-weekly. quotations by telegraph to Times-Unlon during
s,' DON'T BUY shipping/: season.

.Garden, Field, or Grass Seed, Seed Oats, Rye and Barley, Seed

Potatoes, The' C>ran.ge: to.cS.: :L..e'l'Y1on.

in variety,other Citrus Friuts, LeConte and Kelffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan PersIm-
mons, Figs,Guavas, Grape,etc.
Or anything to plant before getting prices from

,. A. H. MANVILLE &; CO. ,
SO. SEED CO.Macoi T a.,

.J. R ELLIS, Pres. & Manager. Seed Growers and Dealers. HOTEL SANITARIA:,

:..... ,CALCINED I HUMUS I DK. II. KNIGHT, Proprietor.

Bellevlew i..in the highlands of Marion the
county,on F. R.&N. Railroad,10 miles south r
Ocala. Its elevation and distance from rivers and swamps ensures a dry
THIS UNEQUALLED freedom from fogs. Table first clas Northern croks. All the Florida fruits atmosphere and and
in their season. This place Is especially commended to those of the invalid class,and vegetables others
., who desire Sill the comforts of a Northern home. Skillful medical attention
FERTILIZER FOR' ORANGE TREES Terms on application. wnen needed.

.. Is delivered at your nearest Station, W. N. JUSTICE ,

No.313 North Water Street,Philadelphia.

Address Consignments solicited. Returns made on day of sale, except for small
W. W. HICKS (Refer to H.F. Dutton &.Co. Bankers,Gainesville Fla.; Mann& Hro., Humteivllle shipments., Fla
J.T.Wo>ford, Fort Mason, h.la. F.C. '
: A usUnl Orange City F la.; A.C.osteen,Osteen,Fla.
Fort Mason,Fla. First National Bank, Camden,N.J.: W. yde&Co., Philadelphia} ; Ocean Steamship Co.:.
Phila.Office.) Hon.A.Canale,Charleston,S.C.; A.H.Champion, Savannah Ga.

t FURNITURE!I :L.. V. SBEJFI..1\lI.A.N: : : d3 cC,

Commission MerchantsAND


123 Clinton Street, Boston.

REFERENCES: A.H.Manvllle,Jacksonville; L.L.Newsome, Crescent City; B. F.Whit-
ner, Fort Reid ; Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C.W.Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth National
Bank,Boston. '
OCTOBER 1st, ,.
When we will remove to Nos.44 and 46 West Bay street. Call at once and obtain
our reduced -
prices before purchasing. Washington or Riverside Navel Orange.

F. E. BOGUE & CO. I furnish the
: can genuine Washington Navel Buds,sent to me in tin cans from Riverside.
California. Also dormant
:._, ; Nos.26)and 28 Ocean street,City. E.B.JORDAN,Proprietor.buds MARION COUNTY NURSERIES,Ocala,Fla
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JANUARY 24.1887.1.] THE, FLORIDA; ,..DISPATCH. '83

1NEiEIE11E LELYiCO'SRELIABLE- & twt oar.w..... President ,Cashier. KISSIMMEE
[FAIflHONC8T; ate I 91 t Gar-, KISSiMMEE CITY BANK, Real Estate Agency. j

HEALINGkTHEONIYBAaS,I, tie.,Field or Flower 1Je! ,In ) inCll1diq Peeas Beans;Corn.
: 't.hat JOII mq88lect from oar Cat Jope.(or th t of any American Seed HouIeit(oar' fa no ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. -
at handr) We hare grown' from original stocks all Novelties of merit,and earn 000 of, ....
the meet complete stocks of Garden Seeds for either wholesale or retail trade in this coun -
PERMANENT try.' ''For I Oc.we will mail any 2 packet of Seeds yon want,together with a copy 01 oar CAPITAL Healthy Lands! low Prices;!
PROSPERITY Harden Almanac and teed manual,96 pages It is gotten upto be a practical $50,000.
friend in making and running.Garden. We aim more Good Iceliaol Heeds, Kissimmee offers the'best :chances for settlers -
11 in these offers than have ever oefore been mailed for the same money If you prefer we will in Florida. It Is the coming distric .as
nake nelectlon of JO papers for81,designed to give the best complete family garden. Market 'ardenereshould Transacts a general all who know the State testify. There is Big
read the testimonials from truckers around Phil-da,who have need our Seeds on pp.64 of our Catalogue, Banking business
and get Special I'rieet to them before buying We have new and select: strain of J'er Wakefield Money for Investors In Town Lots.
Cabbage we believe is the earliertThardiest.and largest heading stock of this variety ever offered.. Sold -
only in%ol.pkts.mailed for 25c.each or 5 for 8 f. Every seed sold by us is warranted pure, fresh! ,and Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit High Pine and Ha mmock LandAt
true to name,or money refunded. 10 papers Choice Rower Seeds mailed for 2 5c. We can give' you the Seeds cashed.Aascorrespondents .
from which you can produce the 7 f H fo'.d ( iwers "LTl-J-1-1-1- '
DeFOREST ELY ,, prices.
finest vegetables. known to-day. & .1303lUarket Ht.W. ., .
r ; In all the chief towns Also'good land for Truck Farming. A few
ol Florida,also Seaboard Natknal<< Bank au.i smail Bearing Groves on tracts of Irom
H. PILLOW Messrs.' C. M. Whitney: &Co.'New York. Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
Great'Britain: The Bank of Irelan 1.i These Groves are easily and afford
Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of British a good start. enlarged'il cited. :
North America and Melville, Evans & Co, .

Kissimmee,Orange Co.,Fla.


Oranges Direct from the'Groves for Sale by Single O. II. THATCHER,_ ,

Box or Oar-Load. SEEDS Manager,

San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida.
O"ther :Jroc1u.oe .4.J.0. \

Send fonre Illustrated
war Catalogue -
All necessary facilities for handling Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops. Vegetable, Flower Field,
Plants, Bulbs,Implements. S E E D S The best varieties of the Orange and Lemon
Packages suitable for shipping the above products both made up and In the flat always on byHIRAM mail on application. Don't and other Citrus Fruits.

hand and for sale; also other Growers'supplies,such.. Hoops,Wrapping Paper,eta F R E E neglect writing for it.
Choice varieties of the Fig,of recent Intro
Location the best viz:
SIBLEY & CO. dnction.

Rochester N. Y. Chicaqo, III. The Cattley Guava,both the Red and Yel.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 322-326 E. Main St. 1214 N.Clark HtA. low. -
Circulars and Stencils on application.I3hvYRtff'.
.. -IV. DOBBINS The Peach and Pear of the sorts best adapted
& BRO. to the soil and climate of Florida.

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a The Japan Plum,varieties of the Mulberry
Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes Pecans,etc.

49Catalogne free on application.

:3W); J r/nf o.I REFERENCES:-Crosby.&Go wen.. Han Mateo;;
Hon. l}. W. Lyle, San Mateo; w. J. Webb,
_. Palatka.
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( h'(9Ilafnct Royal Palm Nurseries
) Tom ; ,
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In ,'dditlon to a full line of general nursery
stock adapted to the climate of !
s ai66oQwo& ; to ]j'&oj 4q / are constantly receiving seeds and plants
Gun Locksmiths and from all over the tropical and subtropicalworld
Cutters, } 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
fr2qd&4.UJi plants_. and trees we catalogue for the fall of

... h _, Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose
unnsmiining uone in all Its orancnes.
7--r Apples,Star-Apples,Suger-AppleSfCherimoyas,
IRON SAFE WORK Sour-Sops, Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish
: Limes/' Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries,
-RnnoiAl-I rptos- .. (\f1 Qtpnt't- ] Onttlng,hy mall. Maumee Sapotas,Avocado Pears, Maumee Apples
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W'o/Thw 6,000,000 PEOPLE USEFERRY'S and Cassias in variety, Jatrophas, Fourcrayas,
Owfw < 33Th1ottt
!)1'0Y1d. 0Q'qr0. __ Yuccas,Agaves Dasylinons, Plumerias, Palms
(in variety), Caesapinias! and Poincianas,many
SEEDS kinds of Ipomeas, CrJ.ons, Dracaenas, and rare

D.M. FERRY & CO. greenhouse plants; Antigonons, Bamboos East
} <; fCllp'! Indian !
Pines and forest
trees Pandamus
Nic''S admitted to be the ;
: t'J.ltmR) Ii ii! are
esq. 1D d to 1 LARGEST SEEDSMEN Veitchil, Musa Ensete; Cyphomandra betacea
'2. ..a a in the world. (the Tomato tree" ot Jamaica)); the Melon
!.. Shrub" and White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses

John} 1i :w l taJ Gll.rllq'r.} .J 75 I3 rtAYFtTA4 A' r..OS .1 t .rI;.the tr t*.
1 2: SEED ANNUAL $2.00 per hundred, $15.0u( per thousand.
1 IM r For'BB7' New atuogue ready in October.
will be mailed Address REASON BROS.,
e4 FREE to ail Box 10, Manatee,Fla.
applicants and -- -- -
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customers New :l1an.1s.;

THE CITRA NURSERIESHave r valuable without ordering it.to- -

all.Eaeryperys Recommended for
on hand and,fnr sale a large stock of fine \ ton using Gar- Florida.

Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange T, ees. q .k tend fori&den. Address Field orFtouer8LED3.hoatd -

Stocks' five and buds one, two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; well D.M. FERRY &CO. Walnuts of Commerce; Hind's Paper Shell,
grown and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees, Roses, etc. Mend for Detroit, Mich. Proeperturleug; Japan Plums, Adriatic Figs,
descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhere. Olives, Pomegranates Roses and
L. IV. LIPSEY &;CO., -. Citra Clarion Co. 100( Album Verses many other
GIVEN AWAY It funny Love and Everything healthy and free from .-

::E3eJl.ryJ3ayer: : ct3 3IOn. Marriage i sc flea, 1 scale. Everything reliable. Send for cata-

IMPORTER Fortune Teller,2"Kurius"Love-letters,12In logue, free. Pamphlet on Fig Culture 10
OF teresting Games, 1 Magic 1 cents. Many plants can be sent by maiL
Bananas Cocoanuts and Age Tab'et, the Language of Flowers, and
Oranges 200 samples of New Goods that will fill your FANCHEll CREEK NURSERY,
pockets with Gold. ALL, SENT FREE foi
only 13c. to help pay postage, etc UNION
APPLES, POTATOES,. ONIONS Etc., SUPPLY AGKNCf, Box 322, Philad'a, Ia.llirThis .
Consignments of Florida Oranges solicited. i.r the Biggest Offer ever made by c. PAIN E'S PATENT PltOUESS
ales. Highest market prices and prompt account of Reliable Firm and all our readers should take For Curing Oranges and Lemons
IIENltY BAYER & SON, advantage of it AT NCR-Ed.. We are now prepared to sell the right to use
215 East Bay,Charleston C. the process for Curing Oranges and Lemons
E. IX. I/ENGLE. in two days so that they will keep for months
w.A. DELL. 1SQ7My in a perfect state packed in the usual way
STATE BANK OF FLORIDA. Send for descriptive I Circulars. ..
beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are
perfect gems of art to bang on the wall and Florida Fertilizing Co.,
Safe: Deposit Saf"e.: always handy to tell the day of week.month E.T. PAINE,President.
Open Dally (Sundays and Legal Holidays or Jacksonville 8 West
excepted) Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. year. ? Bay SU
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Too costly to give away'I"will mall one to
Fire and anybody sending me a nickel to help pay advertising Tested Seed
Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per Year. postage, etc. You need one and !!
DOUBLE COMBINATION AND TIME LOCKS. should send oon before all are gone. Sib free on application.
W. N. BAKER Cashier JAMES HASLEY. Send for it.
HENRY. L'ENGLE, Manager., Seed Grower,Madison, Ark. HIRAM SIBLEY &; CO..

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Business Lots and Stores. 220. 2-acre lot on Central avenue,cleared 86. 160 acres,30 cleared;700 orange trees, 31. 40 acres on Lake Fairview,5 acres
No. and fenced,house of 9 rooms,stable, 125 bearing; 1,200 nursery trees, figs, cleared and fenced, containing 250
good water; terms easy; price......... 2,600 bananas, Japan plums. Peen-To orange trees, 5 years old, situated
451. Lot on Church street, 25x150 feet. peaches Chinese cherries 100 alongside the T. O.A A.R.R.,
Very cheap....................................... $1,300 vines,10 varieties mangoes, and grape oth- ter mile from ,depot; house quar-of 5
211. Lot on Church street., 5ix140 feet. er tropical fruits; 80 acres of this rooms cost$1,000; price-.................. 3,00()()
182. Lot on Pine street, 27Jxl20 feet. New house of 5 rooms; price........... 1,600 tract is first-class hammock and
Office of 3 rooms,price... ................. 2,500 fronts the lake for mile 4-roora.: 453. 19,000 acres of land within 6 miles of Or-
one ,
lando, for$1.25 to$10 per acre. Don't buy
416. Half Interest In lot 53x150 feet,two 108. %acre lot on Main street,two-story cottage, the whole enclosed with until you have seen these lands.
wire fence In
-prettiest place Orange
stores, and restaurant rooms house of 6 rooms, nicely finished. county and only five miles from 97. 1,200 acres on Lake Jessup, 2 miles from

above the stores, rented for$165 per Small nursery and a few trees in Orlando price................................. 12,000 Geneva, pine and hammock; $3.50to$4
form price............................. 2,500 ;
month; price..................................... 4,500 grove ; per acre.
91. 300 acres, 190 hammock, 120 acres in 457. 40 acres choice hammock land,2 miles
417. Lot 27xl50 feet on Church street, ,227. Lot on Central avenue 100x200 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 Qnl8hednearthe Apopka, 12 miles from Orlando,2 Hickory trees 2 to 4 feet in diameter, cabbage
Now renting au a paying hand- business part of the city; price.. 3,000 miles from Ocoee; railroad survey palmetto and magnolia trees are
somely; price................................... 4,500 through the farm, steamboat land- numerous.
on the property; well adapted to
418. Lot on Pine street,22XxOO feet; store 269. Corner lot on Church street,200 yds. vegetables,corn,etc.;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......... 50,000Or counties of Volusia,Brevard, Hernando,
Nearly an acre of land; for only..... 3,000 will sell 80 acres, 30 hammock, Hllsborough,Polk and Sumter; price,$1 to*>
19. Lot and store,adjoining First Na- with 16-acre bearing grove for......... 16,000 per acre. We also have large tracts of well
tional Bank, rented for 975 per 138. K acre on South street. House of 2 This property will pay better than timbered lands in Polk and Hernando coun.

month; price......... ............... 4,500 rooms; price....................................... 450 $100,000 U.S. bonds. ties,upward of 80,000 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.L.EWTER .

& BEACHAM, Orlando, Fla.


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The Trade throughout the State appreciate the fact that I handle Groceries exclusively.
All my energies are directed in one line. .
1 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
given Co 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 Price. Ab.olutel'pure goods are ground by our Spice Mills and Daisey Engine."


Department is complete-not only staple and standard goods-but the very finest California goods of all kinds. I keep everything that is put up in a can; the variety
1a 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 ac
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 can sat
at New York prices without freight[ ,and still make a handsome margin on the usual rise in these goods in the fall. The great quantity shipped dally is proof of its success.


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 good; all, therefore, are guaranteedI
don't handle cabbages as a specialty. *


The superior excellence of the celebrated Snow Drop" patent Flour need no comment; it is used all through the State, and recognized as the Kin?among Fine Flours." 1 handle
cheaper grades at lower prices. Grits and meal are sold at a margin. of 5 per cent. net. Sugars. and meats are handled ou 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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price, whilst stale nuts are dear at any nuts,, and increase yearly for years and and St. Marys., On one of his trips,
jlut Frees. price. The first will germinate with years. The amount realized in money inland, from Charleston, just after j'

half a chance, and the others will not. depends on the yield of nuts and prices crossing St. Andrew's Sound, between '

germinate at all. Dig a hole two therefor. At a rough guess do not Cumberland and Jaykle Islands, Geo..,
THE PEOAN IN FLORIDA., inches deep} and Jay the nyt flat, cover think from $500 to 8700 per acre too he discovered a barrel, on Racroon ;

A Successful Planter- Gives the with same earth, and then mulch with | high, although I have heard of sales Key, and sent his boat and took it on .;

Results of Thirty Tears' half rotted leaves or grass about two' that would doubly discount either. the vesel. It proved to be a barrel .:
Experience. or three inches thick. When up shade ;, During the New Orleans ExpositionI of pecans supposed to have been ,

with singles or small plank, placing t was requested to send pecan nuts as thrown overboard by some, passing
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: them around the tree north, south, showing what Santa Rosa county, Fla., vessel at sea while laboring in a severe i
I .send few lines
you these on pecan east and west. Let the widest be in could do in pecan culture. I full well storm, and drifted in over the bar and ti;
nuts and culture from personal" expe- the wet corner ; at two or three years knew that I had several distinct vari-. ]lodged on the Key inside.

rience, as well as "hear say. Manyare old these can be removed. Squirrels: etits, and after repeated efforts to learn j Capt. Flood, Mr. Joseph S Arnow ,

deterred from planting pecans because and rats are at times very trouble I if any one else had different varieties'and and a few others, planted the nuts )

it takes so long to receive tangi- some. I, therefore, plant three. nuts their names, failed entirely, as no : which grew to be bearing trees in about t
ble benefits therefrom and the ;
at same instead of one, one tor the squirrel; one one seemed to know that there were, seven years. Mr. Arnow then made
time be enthused over the orange and for the rat,and one to stand where the" or could be, varieties of the pecan nut. :' nurseries and shipped trees, in great

pear, persimmon and peach, thus for- tree is intended to be. Should these I was determined to settle this ques- numbers, to many parts of Georgiaand
the time and I
getting money to bring pests not interfere with the nuts, and tion with mine, and so picked out six Florida and also sold nuts in

these into paying quantities, to say all three come up, then at one year old j distinct varieties and sent them (each large quantities for planting purposes
of the death of
nothing early some, pull up all but one, and those so pulled !; variety named and described by me) and I presume that many of the older
and the blasts that sometimescome
chilling up can be transplanted elsewhere: i to the Exposition as coming from Santa trees in Florida came from his placeat
from the north and
icy at one Getting up the tap root i is very careful Rosa county, Fla. These nuts at- St. Mary's, Geo.
all. The
fell swoop destroy pecan work, for should any part of it be left tracted general attention for large size, Col.] L. A. Hardee" efforts didso

lives, grows, and has its being, come in the ground a tree will most certain- smooth shell,thin enough; to be crushedin much for Florida, purchased large

rain, hail, ice or snow, and though ly come ; in fact, after two years old the h. nd, and delicate sweet flavor. quantities of the nub after the war

seemingly of slow growth, it merely it is almost impossible to find the end The names and descriptions are as and made nurseries and sold trees. .

"saves its distance" at the end of each of the tap root. follows : Turkey Egg, very large, long, The experience at St. Mary's has

year, but finally "comes ahead" of all, In planting the tree I prefer that mottled marks and hick stripes, very been that trees bear, on an average in
to the glory of its own majestic self,
tap root be not l shortened, but like to distinct when first gathered: ; meat about seven years from the seed. One
and pride of its owner, into whose lap have just;as much of it as possible, as i sweet, tender, and most delicious in bore, in Mr. Arnow's garden!: as early
the silver dollars fall for and
years I consider it the most important root flavor. Georgia Melon, very large, as four years. It was on very rich
years to come. to the pecan tree. It not only affords rather round{ at one end, flat at the land. It is supposed that you can geta
The pecan does not require any par- food and drink, but is the anchor that other, dark stripes over the entire nut bearing grove two years sooner from

ticular attention-baby nursing Plant- in or holds_the tree against all winds.! I full like the famous Georgia watermelon, the seed than by transplanting. In

mountains of fertilizing.down the and a well know the theory: .of shorteningthe hence the name given it ; meat of first ten years from planting the seed you

good locality, keep grass root to produce earlier fruit, which quality in every resnect. Kepton, have profitable trees if they are on
weeds, and nest of the caterpillar, and does well for everything from the cab large, shell rather nhitivh, one end strong land. The tree thrives in

nature'will do all that is necessary for bage up to fruit trees, but I do not round. the other decidedly+ point d, Georgia on all qualities of land hut.
its growth. By this I do not mean to consider it applicable to the one hun- black points ; meat sweet and tender; the richer the better. There are quitea

say that a little fertilizing would not dred feet tall pecan tree, and having tree remarkably beautiful.: From one I number of trees, at Bolinebr,

be beneficial and increasA the growthof that belief, shall continue to discourage Repton tree, said to be forty. years old, : eight miles from St. Mary's, that wero
the tree, but that without it even, the cutting of the tap root. Let over five hundred pounds+l of nuts were gotten from Mr. Arnow'a nursery and
the growth will continue and the tree gathered the past season. Ribera, planted by Cot. Miller Hallows, who
I have the hole be cut square, and just deep
eventually bountifully. enough for the lateral roots without large, few black marks, pointed at was the owner of the place and took
hundreds of pecan trees of all ages crowding take a broomstick and both ends; meat very fine. Texas, much pleasure both in horticulture and
and sizes, from six inches high up to sharpen one end, and then drive this quite largesome very long, white hull, agriculture.! Col. Hallows was an
one hundred feet high, and not one of down about.an inch deeper than the black points. Petite, small and plump, officer of great note in the English
them ever received a pound of fertil- white hull, very desirable. In addi- and fought with distinguished
length of the tap root, place the tree army
izer, with the exception of a few oys- in this hole, fill in around the.tap root tion to these, I have several other va honors under Gen. Bollver; in South
ter shells around the oldest trees, that rieties but have named of who still
with loose earth, and press well with only two America. His family own
are forty years old. I have gathered the hand, and so on up to the top; them, as follows : Helm Harrourt, his famous Bolinghroke plantation, are
from 150 pounds to 500 pounds from flat at end round at of Jacksonville.The .
then firmly with the foot around very large, one residents
several of them.during the same season, the other black and resembling should he at
the tree, and finally mulch with leavesor points, trees planted
and had them to repeat the same yield half rotted grass ; place four sticks somewhat the "Georgia Melon, shell least fifty feet apart and it i is a good
Some of these
season season. or shingles around the tree as in plant- very thin; meat extra fine, md mor idea( to plant the orange and other
trees are one hundred feet, tall, with ing the nut, and the work is done. It like the "Turkey Egg," t the season of fruit trees in the squares between themas
branches extending out some thirty is well examine the f 1886 being the second time this Hue they reaily thrive under such con
to young trees,
old left entire
feet. These
trees were
I tree has borne. Favorite
young + me- ditions.
and see that rats do not make nests
ly unprotected during the war, and for under this mulch ; if found, the nests : Hum size, dark with black marks. Florida{ should put t thousandof:!; +

years and years thereafter. Cattle and must be destroyed} and, if possible, kill I shell very thin; meat: sweet, crisp and acr.- in t these trees and tn uld they
hogs, negroes and irresponsible whites the rats. From hundreds of nuts and [ delightful ; nuts and)( t tree* cm he ever bec-mie n drug on the market then
doing all the possible injury that could los has been planted in December, Januarv and nut c uld l he used) for+ f fattening stork.
be done, outside of burning up with small.trees planted I have, my from very 'February in this section of Florida. The s.>fds in a nursery should be

fire ; still they lived through all, and the nut that are three-year-old-treps from five to six feet tall, .!I ARTHUR BnOWN.i : planted in cell ps: ck. d] soil"l two inches -
today are the most perfect specimens i Blackwater. Flsi..January 13, 18*7. der-p and about t four iiiclu-s in the rowi
and used pound+ of fertilizeron .
never a .
of beauty and bear just as bountifullyas
should he feet Mulching -
that two
I apart.
of them. The ground has been Forth DISPATCH: 7
unusual had any
if nothing happened, :
which how well the cultivated in Irish and sweet potatoes, ''THE ST. MARY'S (GA.) PBOANNUT. : the nursery is a good plan.In .
proved pecan tree fluid stake off at least
planting a ,
rice millet, etc. My\ trees .
can stand bad treatment without in- corn, pecan .
fifty feet apart and plant three or fourto
are forty feet square, and planted between -
jury. Wherever the hickory tree will : A Chapter of History and a Few the hill and keep the field undercultivation
them are pears, peaches, plums,
the tree will likewise
grow pecan grow. Practical Hints. with ordinary crop
Damp ground, and that with clay sub- cherries amd figs.I i I ...__
have often been asked at what i Just one half century ago the pecan
soil, is the true home of the pecan ; so age I Pecan Culture in Texas.
along the banks of rivers, creeks and does the peacan tree bear, and the nut found its way to St. Mary's, Ga.,

the like, the pecan tree will flourish.I value of the crop. 4This, is a very under the following interesting cir- The Guff Coast Progress thus sums

have, however, seen beautiful specimens doubtful question, and depends largelyon cumstances. Capt. Samuel Flood, of up what may he done in the way ot

on high pine land in Santa Rosa the locality..;Everything favorable, Philadelphia, removed to St. Marys raising pecans :
Fla. the tree will bear in from five to ten and commanded the schooner Helen There are more undeveloped indus-

<. county In planting, the nut be sure they are years, and at twenty years old oughtto and made voyages between New York, tries in the South than are now known,

A fre k nuts; these are cheap at any yield from 100 to 200 pounds of Philadelphia, Savannah, Charleston and it seems passing strange that no



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man has ever thought of investing .and snows surrounding me here and The Hon. B. A. DeLand, tells me the use of his patent is a mere trifle, a
money in a pecan grove. 'Tis true spend the months of February, March that continucus moisture can be hardship to no one.
that it will require ten years before it and a portion of April, even the present realized, crop after crop of berries can If Mr. Cole's system cculd be
will return any income, but we all season, in Florida. Should I come be grown annually in t lorida. I pro- adapted to the conditions of our soil
have to wait long before) richer come there, however, I desire the good opin- duce here, five times as many bushels and)( climate, and be made half as effective
to us. And there is no one thing; that ion of your people. The number of i to the acre as the average grower on I here as upon his own farm, itwoulil
in one to twenty year* will pay: eo largp kindly and cordial letters already received -I bPH cultivated( plats: and can do the I, double, at }least, the profits of
a profit, not even the famous orange from citizens of your State, the I same with sub irrigation in Florida, I gardening and frl1it- rnwing in Florida -
. grove of Florida. There are in the list of which is weekly increasing, unless the most eminent authorities in I ( would, prove of invaluable bene-
South millions of acres of land. that causes me to feel! a deep desire::: to see your State are at fault in their state- fit to the State at large, placing it at
can be bought for 81.25 per acre or and become acquainted with their au ments touching capabilities of your once in the front rank.. so far as horticultural -
less that, are the best of lands to be thors. My book, "Th New Agriculture climate and soils, and the prices to be and agricultural products are
put in pecans. The laud can be dead ," or the "Waters Led Captive," I realized for the fruit produced.( If I concerned.
ened car girdled. at a cost of $1 per is being more and more called for by ; can with sub'irrigation produce a sin We trust the matter will be given a
acre, and 50 cents per acre will plant your people, and I am getting the : gle ClOp berries hpie of the size of I thorough trial under )Ir. Cole's person -
the pecans. Then all that will l 1.1.> I Florida fever, and getting it bad. ordinary reaches, at the rate of five il supervision.State.
necessary will be to keep the buses: Under these circumstances: will you hundred bushels to the acre, I really 0 4
cut down until the pecan is three or permit me to reply to the comrauui should secure with three or four crops News.

four years old when they will shade nation: of a party saying, in your issue: in Florida, a thousand bushels] at six The frosts have done no damage to
the ground ; then it will heixcessary' of Januarv :od, that he would like to dollars a hush 1.I 1. the truck fajms near Kissimmee.
to burn the old logs, and it will be see the figures by which I arrive at I Wcllsville. N. Y., Jan. 8,1887-
ready to bear. At 'fifteen years old, the conclusion that land can be irri- ; The Lake City Reporter says that
the trees will bear: four bushels each. gated, according to my system, at I Irrigation.Editor the farmers of Columbia county have
This will be about 400 bushels per from thirty to fifty dollars an acre ? FLORIDA DISPATCH : received 860,000 less t for< the"cotton
acre, worth now about 800 per acre, To this I reply, that land is found in Mr. Wright hit the nail square on crop of 1886 than any year since the
or $80,000 for 100 acres for an investment New York as! well as in Florida, and the head. Every one is not so fortunate war.
of $1,000. These trees are sub that while it has cost me an average as he, in having a stream readyto An exchange say. Mr. J. R. Be-
ject to no disease ; storms never blow upwards of two hundred dollars an his hand. But if his plan of usinga vi le, near Palatka, has four hundredacres
them down as the tap root runs fifteento acre to fit m< st of my land. I have an plain square box will work on ordi- in oats, and never before at this
twenty feet deep. This is a good 1 acre so perfectly: fitted as to have cost nary land, it would save a large part i season of the year were the prospects
opening for some man who wishes to !. possibly double that sum. On this of the cost of irrigation, the largest I for a heavy crop so flattering as now.
invest a little for. his!: infant: boy that. acre the trenches average lour feet t in item of this cost being usually the
Farmers should
will make him rich when he is twenty depth and three feet wide. The buying and laying of the pipes. plant plenty of
sue years old. Try it, some one. trenches are lust about twenty feet \V. C. s. corn and sweet potatoes this year. .One
source of wealth, hitherto not noticed
> < apart and constructed of stone o-.
In Texas in by them, is drying sweet potatoes.
pecans grow perfection from the soil as the trenching and fit
Mr. Cole's System-The Patent By this means they can be fresh
bottom lands the kept
on are pro- ting was done. All stone was taken
ductive of choice nuts and have be out! of the excavated soil, and all, Feature. all the year.A .
come considerable commercial im- again, to the depth of eighteen inches Things patented represent individual few days ago a gentleman at Kis-
portance. between the trenches. The fine stone interests and yc. sted rights. and simmee shipped -150 boxe: of oranges

Over How does not seem to be preg were taken out with a finetoothedrake are properly placed before the public from that place to England and realized -
judicial to the success of the pecan, and the hard clay and clod reduced through the advertising rather than $3 per box. The freight on the

trees stem to be long-lived( and productive to a fine tilth. Probably no such the reading matter columns of a news- oranges, we are told, was less to Eng-
where only two or three feel) spot of ground can be anywhere else land than to Boston.-Bartow Infor-
above water level as in dry bottom.On found in the world. You have no : paper. The propriety of endorsing mant.
land in Florida, I am quite sure, so such a thing as a matter ,)f public interest -
uplands the Texas pi-can trees I Advices from all parts of Sumter
hard to subdue. On farm and would be
my own importance ques-
attain a smaller size and are less productive county agree in saying that not more
than on low laud less than an hundred rods away, I tionable. At least, that is if it provedto than one-tenth the acreage will be
have land which could be fitted
to be it could be criti- in truck this than
a good thing, planted year was
Mr. Borden has planted out on equal perfection at one third of the
cised as using a position of trust to' planted last, unless a reduction in
Bayard Point, near Green Cove expense. The soil is quite different,
railroad rates
Springs 800 young pecan trees, and) and few stones are found. The trenches I deflect public property into private affected. Tavares on vegetables Herald. can
will soon increase the number to 1,000. can on this land quite as well be constructed I channels-for the editor's position is -
This means a boom for Ocala. at a distance of from three to I trust and his columns belong to his The Highland Press says Mr. CalvinS.
-- -- five feet apart, and equally] as good i I Butt, of Sorrento, who is greatly
flow, and 1 as perfect percolation of the' reader ; if it prove useless'or: a fraud interested in the preserving of oranges,

Indication waters realized. N IW, this is for the he is party to the swindle. Again, we in giving the sand theory a trial this
highe: possible, perfection in horti-i look with suspicion upon those who season, and has put away about 8,000
-- culture. I have, at the same time, sell secrets, or seek to oht: in mon y oranges in dry sand in his barn, pack-
THE NEW AGRICULTURE. several acres of farm land, where the I by patenting ordinary operations.We ing them in four: layers deep.
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trenches be laid ten or even fifteen -
may The Lender Rose & Disston at
I somewhat after says ,
Posibilities of this System in Florida were chagrined
rods apart, and by careful breaking -
I St. Cloud. by January 10 will finish
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : and deep plowing, and perfect giving considerable space} to Mr. planting 110 acres of cane. They are
I confess to having been terribly fitting of the soil between the trenches, Cole's system of irrigation, to find about ready to ship cabbage and cauli-
tried,by the conclusions you reached these lauds can be put under admirable that it had been patented, and gave flower of which they have twenty-five
touching our patent, and especially conditions of the New Agriculture
utterance to sundry strictures upon acres. The farm is well worth a visitas
your characterization of myself as a for from thirty to fifty dollars an showing the fertility of this sec-
this feature of it. It is raid
quack and a sharper. I was not acre, and that too, where to drop the excep tion.
merely provoked, but made angry.I waters beneath the frost line calls for tions prove the rule.Ve know more
considered myself unfairly and unjustly trenching fiom. four to five feet deep. of Mr. Cole than we did when the When you see a man drive up to a

treated. and( my h indignation Mr. W. A. Rooks, of Gardenia, strictures were written, and would I railroad station with eight or ten
knew no bounds. I have, however, Sumter county, has written me that boxes ot oranges marked to five or six
I make an exception in Mr. Cole's case, different houses, and his reason for( it
gotten over my anger, and do not pro- the first shipments of strawberriesfrom I
pose, when an assumed correspondentreturns your.. State to the North, reach I retracting what we then :-aid.Ve is that he is trying them all because
to the attack, to again allow annually an average of from three to II have it upon the best authority that I he mi tru ts them all]), one becomes a

myself to lose my temper. Your four and a half dollars a quart, or Mr. Cole is a gentleman of irreproachable -I little mixed on that man's business
charming"paper i is one of my chiefe from $96 to $144 per bushel. Your j| integrity, possessing the record of I I education.
delights] siuce'I'gather: from its pages correspondent says that the most profitable j i:1 long life well spent, and largely de- ; At Interlacheu strawberry culture
every week most valuable information( piece of land of which he has :> voted to ameliorating the condition of; is receiving a good deal of attention, a
relative to the State in which I pro heard, was the L ''quat Grove, owned i his fellow-men. To perfecting* his considerable acreage being planted.Mr. .
pose to locate and make a home for by Captain Jame>, who realized three "NEW: AGRICULTURE" he has devoted :' Caswell,something of a pioneer in
the remaining winters of a life already hundred bushels per acre in one sea- i}I many years of study and large sums t this business, is demonstrating, by lit-
well spent. The more I read the DisPATCH son. These berries, your correspondent of money, for which he has received i i tie effort in protecting the bloom, that
and Agriculturist, the greateris declares, sold at from six to; eight no return. Finally, the royalty of early I marketing of strawberries in
my desire to get away from the i ices dollars. per bushel.' one dollar per acre, which he asks for I Putnam county is attainable. '

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here and there, and principally on the of benefit to some brother fruit grow- f failure when grown on any roots except -
Ciro'te and Orchard end of. the limbs. All the buds that ers in exposed localities. < its own, it is not surprising, that

Iir ... start except those intended for O. I. F. such trees have failed to yield satisfactory
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branches should be pinched off at the Anthony, Fla., January 12, 1887. ( Therefore in Le-
.. .. crops. buying
Pruning Pear Trees.
end when about two or three inches Conte trees be careful to
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: long, to stop the production of wood Is the Bidwell Fiat ? those grown from very cuttings and havingno get
Some one asks how to prune pear where not wanted and to in jute the Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: roots eXCl [pt their own. Mr. Has-
trees. Our LeConte's when we get formation of fruit spurs. The growthof In the DISPATCH of November kell claims that when such trees are
them from the nurseries where they all the wood is regulated by pinching 22, 1886, is a photograph engraving of set out !in good( soil and pry.perly .
were rooted, are mostly a single shoot, and if the fruit spurs start again the above peach, in shape like the cared for, they.do bear good crops as
from three to eight feet in length. To from the end they are to be pinched "Honey Peach" not flat. This cut far South .as\they have been tested.:
make a shapely tree with a well off.The and a former article from Mr. "B. But they > do not come into bearing
balanced top and to encourage bear- third season all the main limbsare \the originator) and also, the advertisement early. The LeConte, when grown
ing, are the two main objects I shall to be cut back as before, and new in the DISPATCH, led me to from a cutting, is like a seedling or-
consider in stating how I would prune. limbs be allowed to Corm to properly write to Mr. "B," agent at Orlando, ange tree, it will not bear until it
I First fix a definite plan as to what the fill the space: and all other growth ('Mr. James Mott,) for price of "the reaches a certain size; most of the trees
height of the body is to be to where rubbed off or pinched back to form Bidwell Early Peach" trees. On in the vicinty of DeLand are not yet
the top begins. Work all the trees aa fruit spurs. The fruit spurs will bear yesterday I received an answer from large enough to bear. *
uniform as possible to that plan ; and generally when three years old. And my note inquiry as follows : -e-
there need be but little variation. the tree if properly handled may bear OKLANDO: FLA., Jan. 5, 1887. The Date of Commerce.At .
Shorten the tree to within from eightto the fourth year. Other branches from We can send you Bidwell's Early
fifteen inches of the place where the the main leader may be allowed to Flat Peach and Bidwell's Late, a few the Sacramento Citru%fair De-
fruit or lowest limb should form. In form) the second and third year. And hundred if ordered sootf; at $40 per cember 1886, J. R. Wolfskill: exhibited
doing this as in cutting all vigorous all the top should radiate from the hundred, $6 per dozen. several magnificent buches of
; growth, cut just above a full grown main or central leader. Very truly, date grown at his place near Winters,
and vigorous locking bud, by startingthe An orchard so pruned will have JAMES MOTT. Yolo county, Cal. The largest of
cut from the opposite side of the uniformity and beauty, and will be Now, Mr. Editor, I do think I have these bunches would fill a bushel basket -
shoot from which the bud is and slant- brought into bearing much earlier a right to complain of you for repre- Mr. Wolfskill has four African
ing upwards towards the bud and than if allowed to take its own course. senting "the Bidwell's Early Peach"as date tress ntyseven years old,
finishing so that the top of the cut will The trees will be able to carry with- an oblong or common shaped peach. which began to bear seven years ago.
be even with the top of the bud. If out injury a much greater burden of Such photographs are calculated to They have since annually yielded a
cut lower the bud may be weakened, fruit, and the fruit will be more uniform deceive the public. Pardon me for crop of fruit, two-thirds of which
or killed; if higher, it will be necessary in size and of a better quality. anticipating your defence. You may ripens in the open air without any sort
to cut again and so repeat the N. W. attempt to excuse yourself on the of protection.
work. January 26, 1887.PROTECTING. grounds of the public being pre- <-
If the bud .. --- The Crop of 1886-7.
top grows vigorously, judiced against the old Flat Peen-to
it is to) be left for the season to make a ORANGE TREES which is bitter when pulled too soon, The Palatka New says that up to
central leader for the top of the tee, FROM FROST. and, rots, in forty-eight hours after January first there had been shipped
which should always be kept up. If being pulled when ripe. I cannot from the State in all 500,000 boxes.
the growth of the top bud is feeble a Something Worth Knowing.Editor imagine any other defence on your This will leave about 300,000 boxes
lower bud may be taken as a leader FLORIDA DISPATCH: still in Florida, making the crop of
. and when its character is fully established I have read innumerable items in part.Please rise and explain, as a duty' 1886-87 about 800,000 boxes. The
prune back to it. If the tree is yours and other papers on most every yo J owe to those ever loyal to the DIS- largest crop ever shipped was that of
large, say a half inch or more in diaru torte of interest and otherwise, except PATCH, which is the best agricultural : 1885, which footed up 960,000, so
eter, four e branches maybeallowedthe protecting young orange trees against paper I know of.: that -n one year we have nearly re
first season; if smaller, only two or. these cold nights. I notice in travel- B. F. LIVINGSTON.Waldo covered from a blow which was supposed
three. The branches should never be ing about Marion county that large Fla.Pomology. to have "paralyzed our most im-
allowed to form on opposite si ies of trees are not hurt with the cold! of this 1./ portant industry."
the body of the tree or ]leader. If winter so far. But I have. seen lots at the Agricultural De- -- .e-_
they are t six inches apart it is no mat- of young orange groves that would- partment.P. Profitable Investments.Editor .
ter, and they should not be le-s than have fared better with stockings on. Barry; the veteran Pomologist, FLORIDA DISPATCII:
four. All the other buds that start By the merest accident I had some thinks that the best thing the Agricultural Some modification of the
except the leader and the side trees fresh set which came out of the Department can do for pom ship plan described by Mr. Sherman partner-
branches should be rubbed off, and the cold winter of 1885-86 fairly well, ology, is to gather and publish monthly, Adams would probably
entire growth confined to not more although severely exposed to the cold. or otherwise; statistics of the fruit cheaper and better for Northern prove
than five shoots. In setting them out lots of earth was crop throughout val iJUS fruit grow- capitalists to make way an
A uniform growth should be kept thrown over the roots to act as mulch- ing sections of the country. Experimental than the usual one of orange hiring all grove the
up in the branches by pinching off the ing, and, fortunately for the trees, I[ stations and the introductionof labor done by parties whose only in
end of any that seem to greatly out- failed to get it raked away in hoeingas new varieties from other countries, terest in the matter seems to be to
strip the others and the leader intention. In he thinks best be done get .
; must was my the springwe can by State large for little work.V.. C. S.
be helped to keep the lead. Trees so found that where the dirt had been societies, and individual effort. "Each pay .
treated may not make the growth they taken away "properly" the roots were State knows best what it wants."
Pumalo and .
would if left alone to take their own badly damaged, and in some instances The American Pomological Society, Shaddock.L.
course; but the growth will be whereit killed; but where the earth was piledup 1 without a dollar of national or state M.Holt,of Riverside,ays the} pear
is wanted, and the checking of the five or six inches against the bodyof aid, has done for American pomology shaped fruit of the citrus; decumany is
growth by this means will be hastening the tree they were all right in every in the last twenty five years, more the "puuialos," and the globular "
early fruitfulness.The instance to the top of the dirt. From than the department of agriculturecould fruit of the same species the "shad
second year, cut back half or this I infer that it does not hurt the have done with 850,000 a year. dock. He suggests that pumalo or
more of the leader, by cutting to a body of an orange tree for the dirt to Indeed all the progress we have madein pumalos is a corruption of pompelmoose -.
bud on the opposite side from the one freeze around it, but that the same agriculture and kindred arts is due a name by which the fruit In
it was cut back to before. Cut back freezing will injure or kill the roots o:f to State and volunteer societies. We the East Indies.
the branches also half < r more, to a small trees even with a light coveringof I must look to them in the future as in .
bud on the under side of the limb. dirt. Bare roots were not hurt as s I the past.. Japan Persimmons. ..
From the end of the branches so badly as some with half an inch of i ..** Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH :
pruned} allow a leader from the end dirt. | LeConte in South Florida. I would like to see some\\ figures as
bud to grow, and also two side budsat Now, I acted upon these observa- j:.! Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: to the actual profits of 'this fruit.
such a distance from the end as will tions and piled mounds around each! j In the Florida Agriculturist of'Dec. Where is the best market, at home or
best fill the space to be occupied by tree of twenty-five acres of younggrove i i 29, the question is asked, "Why does in Northern cities ? What is th 3 av-
the top of the tree. using clean earth. So far i it I I not the LeConte pear fruit in South erage net price per bushel ?
d This is the season to begin to work has proved a perfect protection, i inmost Florida?" Mr. W. H. Haskell says W. C. S.
for fruit ; and jour skill this season cases small twigs retaining their I i I in reply that a great many LeConte .*..
will largely determine whether you vitality. This knowledge would have :; pear trees grafted upon quince, apple Mr. W. Lyle, of Polk county, hast
will have a tree with open top, uni- been worth three or four thousand and other pear roots, have been set ou raised a cabbage which weighs ten
formly laden with fruit, or whether it dollars to me early ]last winter. I in that country. As the LeConte has pounds, and says he has one hundreda ,
will be a mass or jungle of branches write this article hoping it may prove universally' and invariably proved more just like it.

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dine found to go with it. The Ives is not : burg, White Muscat, :MissionConcord, : vines are hardy and healthy, and the

} arrd. jin attractive looking grape. Bear and :a few other kind of cuttings. I I bunches and berries increase in size

this fact in mind, while reading the planted them with some care in ground with the age of the vine, and it becomes -

following quotation from a letter deeply dug, and all grew finely, some ,, : one of the most productive, and

TABLE GRAPES FOR FLORIDA. which I received from Pancoast & few even making a growth of six feet j j the clusters the largest and handsomestof

,>, Griffiths, of Philadelphia in August. '1 i the first seacon. I have since thoughtthat : its class.! No vines of any varietyare

Varieties Best Suited to Conditions : They are the parties who sold grapes I Ii for this country a cutting is as t, hearing: more handsomely this year

Here. i for() Mr. Von Luttichau. in June, :at good, or better, than a yearling vine, than the Pocklington. A very important -

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: 'forty cent- per pound. They wrote: pry vided that proper care i Is taken insetting j matter is, that the skin of the

In my article on grapes which is "Fiist grapes .Tune 28th ; forty cents it, more especially if it has a I] Pocklington is more tenacious than

criticised by Mr. Du l.ois in the I DisPATCH }ter> pound ; they were white, probably ''I little of the previous year's wood at its i| that of' one rd, LadyVorden, or any

of January 10, I used the Niagaras. Next heat came the Dela base. The Black Hamburg vines i other of the Concord seedlings, thus

term Northern grapeimply; { as a ware, and they sell highest; at this time. I lived longer, and done better, than I enabling it to be handled and shipped

means of) distinguishing: th "mfrom the Never mind about the name, nor be j jso :any other of the foreign( vines. A : without injury, and also to be kept

varieties of the Vitis ulpina, Musca particular about the very earliest, ;; neighbor got a cutting of the Hamburgfrom !, without injury for( a long time after

dine or Scuppernong fitynilv. Perhaps fir the bfst quality grape will imt'\ sell me, which produced( a vine yield-- gathering. When fully ripe, it is of a

the term "Bunch grapes" commonlyused if poor, scraggly bunches, no matter i ing thirty pounds of grapes in o'-e sea- :i delicate yellow color, and though itI

by the natives of this State in when they come in, you can depend | son, which sold
speaking of these grapes, would be on that. The very first quality you I pound] ; but the next year it died. I i and pleasant flavored, and to most

more suitable. I do not intend to ex- need for a market grape is its clusterto I soon found that my few remaininggrape i! tastes a very acceptable grape. To

clude any variety, worthy of cultivation be a large, compact bunch. The vines were of no use to me, as 1: my taste it is certainly better than the

which can be successfully 1 grown next thing is appearance(color, soundness 'I the birds ate all the grapes before they I Concord."

here. : size, etc.), and next earliness and were quite ripe enough for( my taste. 4

Since reading: Mr. Dubois' last :article then quality. Quality last? Yes, last, Since, however, by bagging every I Orange Wine.

T have been studying up the jrEsti- because early, high-priced grapes are bunch as soon as it colors I get good I "
valis family. I have heen told several used more for table decoration than grapes, well ripened. They sold at : Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
. I I herewith send directions for
times thatto this family we must look for) eating. The eating pe pie wait for eight cents per pound in Jacksonville you

the"coming"grape Florida.) TVday our local crop. Therefore, you go for last season, which I consider a fair making a very superior orange wine.
strain the iuice then make
I took the "Bushberg:; Catalogue and large, compact clusters of white grapes paying pricti. I have only two kinds, Squeezed, ,

Grape Manual" which is probably the early as you can get: them, but don't Hartford Prolific for early,and Salem sweet nearly enough an inch to of float surface an egg then to show have

most complete and accurate descriptive sacrifice the lare bunch for an earlier : for) later ripening. Of the Scuppernongs ,
and level full until the has
list of American grapes that has mem, bunch. Mean little bunches and the Amber is the best, and sells open scum

been published. I went through it loose grapes will not sell at all." best. There is very little encouragement all worked off, then put in round
thick botttles and tie down the
carefully and read the description {.f Frmii the above it will be seen that to plant any of this family of stoppers
which must be in six weeks
every variety belonging to the JEsti the Ives does not fill the bill. grapes, except one or two vines forborne tight,
valis family. What is the result? The Delaware is good and I have use, unless one proposes to make the wine is made; but age improve it,

They are all without exception recommended strong faith that the Brighton will wine. M. CHESBBRO. also exposure to the light. Any sort
of wine be made
as wine grapes, and of only also do as well, and perhaps sell better Mandarin, January 12. 1887. can this way, the only
two is it also said that they are table it is thing necessary is to have the juice the
a* a more showy grape. ---- --- ----
grapes. One of these the Eumelan i is Mr. Dubois rather takes me to task A Large Vineyard. proper sweetness and that can only be

one of\ the best flavored grapes that I f for mentioning Indiana when writingfor i determined by testing as some fruitsare
The largest vineyard in the world, sweeter some seasons than others.
ever tasted, but unfortunately; Florida readers: I understand that
oJ and of the oldest in this
one ,
country New cane is better than
vines are very subject to mildew and entire' different pi syrup any
they are a- es. My
y is at Vina, Tehama county, Cal., and( sort of sugar for sweetening wine, it is
on that account it has l-een entirely mention of Indiana was merely inci
Senator Stanford. The
now belongs to mild flavored and makes
quite as
discarded except in a very few favored; dental. The Delaware is usually called
first vines here
were planted forty wine. If stoneware wooden
locations Of the other the Paul'iie, a slow, weak grower, and I quoted my stronger or
by Peter Lausen the vessels used wine in
years ago ; prop are to put they
the catalogue says, "said t t. he superior former ex pent nee to show that it is into the hands of
passed Henry be else will
wine erty must very strong or they
for both and table
) not alwny.i so. And then I went on
Gerke, a German vineyardist, who burst round bottles than
Since writing the above I have been to show what it had done in Florida. ; stronger
it until there
enlarged were seventyfive ones. It will require from
looking over Berckmans' catalogue : I cannot understand) why Mr. Dubois' square
in Senator Leland
acres grapes. three to six days for the scum to work
oral two Texas lists. Both recommend+l Delawares grow so irregularly; if they
Stanford purchased it in September, off. Respectfully,
the /Estivalis family very highly, but were all equally fertilized, etc. The 1881. His purchase was not confinedto

do not mention either of the ah ve varieties only possible:; way of accounting t for) it the vineyard, but thousands of MRS. N. S. WILLIAMS.Wiliiston .

Mr. Onderdonk, of Texas, seems to) me to be t' conclude that of laud Fla., Dec.,28, 1887.
acres adjoining were bought,
however, says of t the Black July, the weak growers were weak, stunted until now his possessions amount to 4

which belongs) to the same: family, vines when planted There are such 56,000 acres. He worked a complete I' Catching the Leaf Roller.In .
"An excellent table grape." I fin not vines in every lot growll; and often
revolution the ranch. The mot
upon read before the Eustis
with to be uNl-;tolcl I as disparaging; thev are verylow in getting started. an essay
experienced vine growers) :: were employed -
Fruit and Growers' Association
the JEstivulis, :t family: which has Mr Dubois( is doubtless correct in Vegetable -
l and l workto
/ set immediately to
Mr. B. F. Mark
produced a grape of the quality of the what he says about late surnm- fertilizing -i overhaul the old vineyard and to brings out
that is worth
Eumelan has beforeit cultivation one point remembering
.great possibilitits and being an injury
vines. Hundreds Ill'men
set out new
ami He that
but they are yet undeveloped. when it starts: t the vines into a second work the land testing. says some one,
lo. preparing! ,
put not has
: would-be t name given patented a trap
Many ( grape growers: are growth. I
and from 1882 to 1884 1,000
ayres t for the "leaf'roller" moth.It .
opposed from principle to wine linking J It was to avoid this second growth catching
added the and since
were to vineyard,
consists of with
therefore( have f. a large lamp a
no use nu" that I recommended fertilizing :und \
ex.ensi..eclrlitions haveheen
then more : reflector and of kerosene oil
variety which i is exchmirety+" a it? HP cultivating' late in the seas"ii. Bit / a pan
made until he has
I now+ nearly
underneath. One of these
grape. Such peisoj rs: \\ inot\\ plantlargely it must not be delayed l ( until the vines in vines : in full or m re ,
4,000 acns 3,000
of the JEstivalis;: unless hung among the vines at night, will
!: family) begin to rest ; t the cultivation should the
.. they have a tat<- for experimentingin never stop and the fertilizer should he hearing, making; largest vineyardin soon trap most of these pE>sts" Thougha
world. It is intended 1 make
the ( + + to f patent is claimed! for the particular
growing seedlings. applied early enough to begin to take
additions and in few
still a form of described the idea is
Mr. Dubois asks why I con 'le mi effect before the villas are quito readyto the VilJl"inp'rlnl: will have no ': trap yet
old and has been
the Ives? Simply because I have rest.I an one public pro-
I less than 5,000 acres. for time. There is noth-
: perty a long
grown bushels of them and could not I have \'incthat did not stop growing I .. ____
---- from
sell them at all for table. use. The when the crop!>> ripened, but con i, I ing to prevent any one hanging
I \ The Pocklington Grapo. lantern:*, with reflectors, over dishesof
only market I could find was occa : tinut'd to grow vigorously until quite I I
sionally some one would buy a few to late in the season. In fact the tips of Mr. G. W. Can.phell. of Ohio, says j kerosene in different parts of his

make into jelly. Ii some of the Delaware canes did not of this variety: : I vineyard.In .

Suppose the Ives has a thick, tough ripen before the cold weather came on. I "J uclgin from the past two years' 4

skill, which will permit it to be ship W. C. STEELE. experience, I think this grape has been I II Sacramento county is one of the

ped to California and back again if --. .- I underestimated, and I venture to predict !i great vineyards of California, that of

you wish, what of that, if it will not Grapes and Grapes Growing- that a popular and profitable market i the N atom a Water and Mining Company -

sell ? If we are confined to the Dela- Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : grape, except in a few Northern i i I about eighteen miles east of the

ware and the Ives, then, I say, by all I Ah'nit sixteen years ago I sent to a ]localities: it will grow in favor, as it ;: capital. The company has nearly

means plant all Delawares, until some friend in California for some grape becomes better known. Though often i,1,900 acres planted in vines, of which

thing better than the Ives can be cuttings. I received some Black Ham- rather slow ot growth while young, the I Ir)l I y00 acres are in bearing.






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all sorts of pictures cut from books This makes a beautiful preserve. .I Simple Remedies.Editor .
rIOIl1e Interests and magazines, and in a walk through The clear amber syrup resembles HOME INTERESTS:

the forests where mosses abound, we I honey. G. G. C. During my travels through the
BY MRS. E. A. HILL. gathered the material to make rustic States, I have frequently come in contact
frames for our collection; soon the Lace Making. with people having swollen faces,
The Invalid.To cheap chromo and fancy scenes were hands and necks, through the stingsof
those persons who have come to crowned with mosses and pine cones, jIT E. A Hilt--Dear Mndam: bees, wasps or scorpions. Allowme

our State not merely for pleasure, nor and our walls when finished were indeed I wonder if you would like a pat- to inform your numerous readersf
yet as settlers, but with the hope that a "thing of beauty." tern of lace that is as easy as "any- the very simple but efficaciousmeans
our climate will enable them to live The "scrubs," that is found in many thing," because, if you do, I will send I adopt when stung, as I have
more comfortably: and to live longer, portions of Florida is full of beautiful you mine. Mamma says any girl thatis been dozens of times. Immediatelyupon
we say: Go out into the sunshine as berries and evergreens; and the ground ten years old can learn it right getting a sting I go into the ...
much as possible; do not remain shut moss that is so plentiful on t htwhite away, and I that it is nice if we can house and rub wet alt well into the :
up in your room day after day,as thatis sand hills of the "scrub," makes the make the edging for our own under- affected part. This simple remedy
very enervating. Begin with slight loveliest crosses and mounds for the clothes. I had No. 10 thread: for I has taken all pain away, and never
exercise' and stop short of fatigue.If mantle. did not want it to wear out ; but it allowed the part to swell. Again,
one does not feel fresher, both in Nature has given us much in this is prettier done with finer thread. A simple remedy to relieve heart
mind and body,after exercise, he may fair sunny land, and with a little Here is the directions for burn or dyspepsia is silt. Take halfa
work, and ingenuity we can accom- of table salt -,
safely conclude there has been an over- EYELET EDGING. teaspoonful common :
dose of what might have been beneficial plish much toward making our homes Cast on 4 stitches, then knit back well dissolved in a little cold water.
in less quantity. Try again, al- very attractive; the common bayonetthat plain. If salt be taken every morning before -
ways stopping short of exhaustion, and grows so luxuriantly in South First row : Knit 1, over narrow, breakfast, increasing the quan-
it will be seen there is increased ability Florida can be made useful as well as over knit 1. tity gradually to a teaspoonful of table

to do more, or with greater ease, ornamental. Second row; Knit 5. salt to a tumbler of cold water, it will,
unless the muscular system is beyond Take a branch say two feet long and Third row : Knit two, over narrow, in a few days, cure any ordinary-case
the power of recuperation.We on the sharp points stick red berries, over knit 1 of dyspepsia, if at the same time dueattention
have seen, and experienced, such place in a corner and you have a card Fourth row : Knit 6. is paid to diet. I don't meanto
benefit from a sojourn in Florida thatwe receiver, also a pretty and odd orna- Fifth row : Knit 3, over narrow, say this remedy is a thorough success
have strong faith in the curative ment; another way to make the room over knit 1. if folks drink hot drinks and cold
power of our climate.So attractive is to place sweet potato ina Sixth row : Bind off 3, and knit 3. drinks at every mouthful of l food :
far as work is concerned, while broken glass jar filled with earth Bgin again at the first row. taken. Take time to masticate the
there are many times in life when people and water, very soon it will put fortha NELLIE. food(], and drink either hot or cold
seem forced beyond their strength, the I! tender shoot, and ere the season'is; drinks when finished eating only.
invalid should avoid undue exercise, I over you can train it to frame your Good Bread. Never "bolt" the food, and drink
endorsing the "do nothing" policy, 88I I window with living green, the tender Editor HOME INTERESTS : when finished eating. Salt is an ex-
a matter of principle; sometimes thisis fibres will entwine themselves around. cellent remedy( for constipation.As .
the only right thing to do. I the rough wood work and no one can : It is a great desideratum with a garble for sore throat, salt is a
that the "staff of life"be
S.---- imagine what a lovely picturo it housekeepers good remedy. Mix a dessert::! spoonfulof
A Good Gruel. makes. good and wholesome ; to this end, salt to a teacupful 1 of cold water, or
I Window gardening is not necessary it must be light, soft, and spongy, and warm milk and water, and gargle the
For a sick man's gruel take our i in this country for the beautiful climate the whiter the better, if it conies from throat as often as possible. If a little
common grits and wash thoroughly.In I given us, is just what we want to sound kneeding. I send you direc- be swallowed so much the better, as it
cooking use an excess of water, awl make this indeed the "Land of Flow tions for making "ycat":: bread( from will tend to alhy the irritation.As .
cook until perfectly soft, pouring oil the beginning. To make good bread
Yet mind
ers. my a room seems
emetic in of
and straining the liquor, which shouldbe bare without its pot of indoor flowers the yeast t must be right. To make an cases poisoning,
; from four
salted to the taste. The more water blossoms this, take a handful of* hops and p.ur p'jt one to teaspoonfuls of
when the it
you use the lighter in body the gruel.If fills)) the room young with beauty and appear we all over it one quart of boiling water, let salt in. one pint of tepid water anddrink.
it is desired to make it richer, add watch each bud with pride and pleasure. it boil slowly for half an hour, then
Salt is valuable in
about one-half milk and here a astringent
; you take from four to six good Irish pota-
have a splendid gruel for delicate per- Although South :Florida can no toes, pare and grate them raw, add to hemorrhages, particularly for bleed-
ing after teeth extracted.
sons and for convalescents. Use the them one-half of two having
called cup sugar
longer be a pioneer country, Salt has both and
cleaning healing
grits from Southern grown corn. spoonfuls of salt and one of ginger.
there still who have
are many journeyed and is
-__ properties, a good application
F thither and Strain tie hops water onto this, then
are now watching for ulceratious.
Encouragement for the Pioneer
the growth of the orange and the add another quart of boiling water ; these few hints
Wives. Trusting single
it hack on the stove and boil it ahalt' may
of their forests.It put
cleariug up pine be of of readers
use::! to many your : ,
Ten years ago South Florida was takes hour, stirring it well, as it will
perseverance, I remain &c.
not the thickly settled country it now years of waiting, but those years can thicken as it boils ; this J east will C.,H.yours WALTON.Eau .
is. For miles and miles the virgin be made and the keep a long time.
enjoyable, rough Gallic, Indian River, Fla
forest stretched out undisturbed by the home adorned. To make the bread, take a quart of 0-----
woodman's ax. The true-hearted boiling water and it into the cen-
Then let be and make pour
us up doing, The first wards children
pioneers were few in number but the best of everything, and when ter of your flour,stirring it into a stiff r make them duty t If have is to
in heart indeed batter when cool happy. you not
brave to rough and > ; enough to prevent
peace prosperity are our we can made them have
the wilds of an unsettled coun truly say, "we did what we could." scalding, add half a cup of the yeast them other happy you wronged
try. Visions of golden fruit and acres LULU K. MATLACK.\ and a teaspoonful of salt ; let this make; no for that.-good Char they may get can
of bearing trees in the near future, stand and rise over night, then kneed up Buxton.
kept hope burning brightly in their up again quite stiff; kneed well, fill the
bosoms. Sweet Orange Preserve. bread pan about half_ full of the Recipes.
No one knows the trials and priva- Take twelve oranges, cut them in dough, let it rise until the tin is quite SAVORY BEEF.: -Take a shin 01
tions that new settlers undergo while quarter, then cut each quarter in two, full ; the top of the bread should be beef from the hind quarter, saw it into
the orange tree from tiny shoots crosswise.-squeeze; out the juice into a welt greased before the last rising.Is four pieces, put it into a pot, and boil
spring up into magnificent trees with bowl. Pick out the seeds, put the there any one in Florida who is it until the meat and gristle= drops
millions of glittering emerald leaves pieces of orange into a kettle of cold I accustomed to make "salt rising" from the bones; chop tile meat very
and shining fruit. water ; boil precisely as directed for bread? If so, we shall be glad to learn fine, put it in a dish, and season it
The pioneer's humble cot is often orange marmalade. Change the water their method. with a little salt, pepper clove and
only a rough board house, with board eight times, to remove the bitter taste; Yours for the HOME, sage, to your taste ; pour in the liqour
shutters and home made doors, more boil in the last water until tender; MKS. E. H. in which the meat was boiled, and
often a rude log cabin is graced by the strain off the water and put in the The above yeast can easily he wade place it away to harden ; cut in slices
name of home, but health and happiness juice of six more oranges. Boil gently into cakes by adding sufficient fresh and serve cold.BEEFSTEAK.

is paramount. Home is where twenty minutes, measure ; add one corn meal to thicken, roll out and cut : O IEL TrJl. Three
the heart is, and be it ever so humble, even cupful of sugar to one cupful of into cakes, dry on a board, turning pounds of raw beel (veal is better),
where love reigns. "There's no place the fruit, mix well ; boil until the them two or three times each day, chopped fine, six crackers, rolled fine,
like home." pulp begins to look clear. Set off until thoroughly dry. Sweet potato four eggs, two teaspoonsfuls of melted
The rough walls of our pioneer until next day. Pour off the syrup, can also be substituted for Irish i if butter ; mix with the hand. Make ina
home we soon covered neatly by past-, boil it a few moments and return it to more convenient for making yeast. loaf and put in a butter tin, heating
ing common newspaper; we collected the fruit. ED. H I. often.


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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Fridged California. growers from fear of another freeze, or ty in South Florida making the most

r "Late telegraphic advices report a from shortness of purse, owing to loss excellent exhibit of the growth and

A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. severe frost in portions of California, of last year's crop, felt compelled products of any county. For this pre-

-'i __... :..>. where such an occurrence is almost mium at least three counties must com-
market their fruit in December, and
Contents. unprecedented. At Riverside, in that pete.A.
the number who were holding on of hundred dollars
Nut Trees-The Pecan In Florida, A Suc- State, we are advised that at least 500 premium one
sessful Planter Gives the and for less will be for the excellent
Experience car loads of oranges are damaged or higher prices grew visibly given most
of Thirty Years; The St. Marys (Ga.,)
Pecan Nut, A Chapter of History and destroyed by the frost and it is feared after the sharp frrsts of January 2d, exhibit of citrus fruits, and a premiumof
, a Few Practical Hints. 85 the one hundred dollars for the best
trees are nipped.
3d and 4th which
r so uncomfortably
< IrrieatiOB The New Agriculture; Possibilities
1 of this System: in Florida; Irrigation So says the New York Market Jour last winter's blizzard. The general display of vegetables.
I ; Mr. Cole and nis System, The Correspondingly liberal premiumswill
Patent Feature. 86 nal. We do not reprint the foregoing bulk of the crop has therefore been be offered in the floral, horticul-

Grove Protecting and Orchard-Pruning Orange Trees from Pear Trees Frost;; to be noised abroad. Our readers will : rushed forward as fast as it could be tural, ladies', art, miscellaneous and
Is the Bid well Flat; Pomology at the I
Agricultural Department! The LeCouto hardly refrain from mentioning the I moved. racing departments.
In South Florida; Pomolo and Shaddock Attractions of variety will be
in view of the every
; The Crop of '8G-7( ; The Date of matter, generous treat- For three weeks past the weatherat
Commerce; Japan ,Persimmon, Profitable presented, including day fireworks,
ment received under similar circumstances
Investment. 87 we the North has been intensely cold, athletic sports, boat races, balloon as-

Vineyard-Table Grapes for Florida, Varieties at the hands of our Pacific for of the time below '
.. Best Suited to Conditions Here; a good part zero, censions, civic and military displays, .,
. Grapes and Grape Growing; Catching sister last year. But having been completely paralyzing the fruit trade. and band contests ; and no effort will ",
the Leaf Roller; A Large Vineyard;
The Pocklington; Orange Win 88 there ourselves we know how it goes, As a result of this state of things, or- be spared to render the coming Exhibition -
:' Home Interests-The Invalid; A Good the most interesting and varied
Gruel; Encouragement for Pioneer and, in a quiet way, would extend to anges are piling up in New York,
held in Florida. To thii
Wives; Sweat Orange Preserves; Lace ever secure
Making; Good Bread; Keel pen. 80 Riverside our commisseration, it is Chicago and other markets, and notwithstanding result, we need the active cooperationof

", .' Editorial-To Fridged California Subscribers; Cold; Snaps Arbor: South Day; more the easier to bear because it is the seriously low pricesat the counties and of individuals.Will .

Meterologlcal.Florida. Fair;. Orange Market Glutted; 90 new thing, but its repeated occurrence which sales are made, the fruit can- you at once correspond with the

Publishers Department. 91 really does render it more. likely to get not be moved. On top of this there leading fruit growers of your countyto

Vegetable Garden-Panasoffkee Ahead; into the New York (we've been I perfect an organization with whichwe
papers have been of
Don't Mulch their Strawberries: and get large receipts foreign correspond ? The time for
to Market Frst; Gardening in Florida; there too ) and this account it may
Celery Growing in Marion; Nitrate of on i fruit. Manager Ives and the commis- preparation demands immediate ac

.' Soda Strawberries.: ; Starting Onions; juulchlng\ 92 should be stopped! at once. sion houses have urged our growers tion.The
Lire Stock-No Fence Law; Live Stock Cold-- Snaps.-- -- to hold the fruit until the market directors will provide space for

in Hernaudo. 92 individual exhibits in tents, and it is
Florldlanla Middle Florida The Resources clears but thus far to no
; up purpose.
breath freer when the
Again we
':" and Advantages of the Country hoped each county will purchase a
Tributary to Gainesville; LimestoneIn At the present rate the market will not in shown the
weather man at the Signal Station tent, which may be entry
Florida; A 'lourlshingGrove; Potters -
Clay. 93 pulled down the black centered flagon regain its equilibrium until the whole for the county premium. For this

Fertilizing& -Home Made Fertilizers; Hu forwarded the directors in
crop has been when prices purchase are now cor
mus. 83 Wednesday last. The preceding

The Farm Tobacco Growing More Corn will go up suddenly on a bare market, respondence with numerous houses,
; night the mercury only got down to
and will be forwarded immedi-
Less Cotton; Tobacco Culture Will prices
Tobacco Alachua Tiosente. 94 25 it is while 3d it but too late to do our shippers any
Pay; ; true, on January ately on application of county organi-

California-California ersider on ills Ear.vs. Florida, A Illv- 94 registered 25 degrees, and on January4th good. zations, giving details of space re-

Apiary-Different Races; Honey in Flor- 22 degrees, but these cold snapsare Already the weather is moderatingat quired.
ida; Deep Frames Best. 95 the North and if shippers would For premium list or information
Insect Powder-Pyrethrum In Georgia; rather too frequent for the com-
Buhach Insect Powder. 96 only hold the fruit back until that now relative to the exhibition, address Secretary
fort of those whose oranges are un- of South Florida Exhibition,
To Subscribers.Do on hand can be sold, prices will regain
gathered and painfully suggest the Orlando, Florida.

not forget that delinquent subscribers "big freeze" of '86. their normal standard and can be

are now promptly droppedfrom The lowest point indicated by the maintained for the remainder of the NEW YORK, Jan. 21, 1887.

our lists. Look at the printedtag mercury at the office of the signal season, and the small part of the crop The following is the market quotationson
this date
still on the trees can be disposed of at oranges :
on your paper and if it bears date service observer in this city duringthe Fla. Oranges,fancy bright, per box$3 OO@ 3 50
of the current month renew at once good prices. Hold back the fruit; choice 2 50( 2 75
last fourteen years has been as there is little probability of another poor to fair 1'200
if you wish the paper continued. Russets 1 OO@ 2 00
follows freeze this and it is
: season :sacrificingthe J. D. HASHAGEN.

Arbor Day. Dec. 28, 72, 27 ; Jan. 19, 73, 24 ; fruit at ]less than cost to force it

The Governor has issued a procla- Jan. 9, 74, 35 ; Dec. 18, 75, 28 ; Dec. on the market now.. Meteorological.

mation setting apart Wednesday, the 3, 76, 24 ; Dec. 1, 77, 29 ; Dec. 28, South Florida Exhibition.The .

ninth day of February, as Arbor Day 78 27 Jan. 7 79 25 Dec. 30, '80 < .Hn"8a.\\ ..: a .- .L* I* I* Ca
; ; South Florida Exhibition is eSi:.: aIS, e.s, eS"MM,s
for the 1887. JO 7 year 19 ; Nov. 25, '81, 32 ; Dec. 17, '82, I CO .1t.8 OSeia&V ( 6 :=:36co
forward the
4 being pushed rapidly by CO pN
28 Jan. 12 '83 29 Jan. 6 '84 21 -M3 -- _
Associations. ; ; ; committees having the work in hand. z -4c-- ,.

Regular meetings of the Florida Jan. 18, '85,3H ; Jan. 12, '86,153,10. We have received the following circular g p> 4cS Igo uia 11 _Ct.tGIj':)_"" oo&

Fruit Growers' and the Florida Nur- this cold the 2d : :< _
During snap on letter signed by John G. Sinclair, > cx: -- --- -II
serymen's Associations will be held at 3d and 4th of this month the :4 I atO-;) .: a
.registered President and Charles H. Smith Sec- .:; 11;>0IaA I .ro- *
Orlando during the week of the South 'tS -- 53
22 degrees at Jacksonville, .
Florida Fair which commences Feb retary : c I *aoo
c : < : aoilaart0 >
while it indicated 32 San- !
degrees at :
ruary 15th. In anticipation of the premium list, a on a2Z f1lC
ford Ocala 23 :.; I I .
Programme.The degrees at degreesat which will soon be issued, and in answer w .c... -- ------ -- .o

Gainesville, 32 degrees at Lee to many inquiries, the directorsof : rr. ._ sqjpaapunq 8332333332S383 1) -
m :; =
following essays will be read at the South Florida Exhibition p pan saqoaj aJ .oa
burg, 29 degrees at DeLand, 30 decrees beg ) g U"8JUJ'8.I t &U"8J t:
the next meeting of the Florida: Nurserymeu's leave to make to make the following 3 ||
f > at Orlando, 35 degrees at Merritts w ---
Association which

Orlando on the 15th, of Februarynext convenesat Island,Indian River. Showing pretty statement Since the: re-election of the officersof w I. II"8U uual'l bl; ,o ar

accurately the relative intensity of z S ._ F a;)
Peach Culture in Florida
: by the Exhibition ample grounds for ... g
cold in the several sections of .1"-f' .... .:a
waves 0 .0.. Q) wnw'a" to.Q.
Geo. L. Taber, Glen St. Mary's ; Oriental State. the requirements of the various displays a14.CI ;IIsas

Pears, by H. H. Sanford,.Thorn- the have been secured, and the date 03cc o. WWJX"8I'l f f! 8 3 .s c

asville, Ga ; Grape Growing in Flor for the Exposition has been fixed
i. The Orange Market Glutted. on ooI ........-ac
ida, by W. C. Steele, Switzerland ; Tuesday, February 15th, 1887, to con- I -,t-'tS .
Small Fruit Culture, by W. K. Cessna The orange market opened up this tinue through the week.A .2 .JC1amOJ"8g :3U"8
Gainesville ; The Japan Persimmon season with fair prices which were premium list aggregating several 2"o

by N. Woodworth ; Tropical maintained until the last of December thousand dollars, guaranteed by the .-. --.... .... .... .... .... ..! ..t o aasa o
Fruits in Florida P. W. Reasoner : : : : :Q) 2"2
by when the immense quantity of fruit liberality of various railroads and citizens c) :. i :. :. :.- t
Manatee ; The Pine-Apple in Florida, of South Florida, is now in the -.-.... .:'.1..:). t r t :S.a !_
thrown the market broke down ; ... .... > I
Jas. H. White Lemon upon 8 ,, .
by Gtorgiana; hands of the printer.A It '""+=s am:: ; L'" QQ..c"ii )
Culture, by W. i*. Tousey ; The Fig, prices completely, and this demoral-- premium of two hundred and :0.2 am

by D. Redmond, Jacksonville. ized condition still continues. Many fifty dollars will be given to the coun- Jei: rzul2 0 E-4 ..CI.. ==zErt



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PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.THE The Girls That Are Wanted.The Orange Grove. Look Here, Florida Bargain Seekers!

Fine bearing orange-grove, 1,000 trees Are looking for investment
girls that are wanted are home girls-, ;you paying
Girl's that are mother's right hand for sale, quarter of mile from Lake Como either TOWN lots adjoining Railroad
i Station J., T. & K. W. R. It. ; 30 acres Stations; on navigable rivers or front-
is a 20 to'28-page weeklydevoted to AGRICULTURE That fathers and brothers can trust to, ;
HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY and IMMIGRATION And the little one's understand.The of beautiful high land, beautiful lake for ing on beautiful salt-water Bays or
In FLORIDA and the COAST RENT boating or fishing lovely island (li acres) Harbors? On Orange Groves, or wild
of the SOUTHERN !STATES.Snbseriptlon. girls that are wanted are careful girls, out in lake, high hammock land, good lands from one to one million acres P If
Rate Who count what a thing will cost; I buildings. This is one of the best grovesin so, send for "The Orange Grove," a
Per Annum,200. Six Months, 8U<(0.) Three Who use with prudent, generous hand, Putnam county. Price, $10,000; ouar. monthly journal published in the interest
Months, 50c. Remittances But see that nothing is lost. ter down, balance easy terms. AddressC. of Lands in Florida,-only one dollar a

and business correspondence should be ad- B. SMITH, 12 West Bay street.Jacksonville. year-Sample copy FREE. Addres,
drtssed toCHAS. The girls of this stamp wide-a-wake girls, THE ORANGE GROVE,
W. DACOSTA, Publisher Who want a Charter Oak Stove, to try -. .H- Liverpool :Manatee Co., Fla.
Jacksonville, Florida.To it.When'they; Peen-to and Honey Peaches. -----o_.

read this, these dear, sweet Big stock and low prices. Grape Vines should always( be moved

Adrertiaers. girls, you can bet, MANVILLE & REED, before the buds start. As they often be-
The DISPATCH Is TilE LEADING AGRICULTURAL Will rush to Rockwell & Kinney's and Drayton Island, Fla. gin to grow in February in this State,
JOURNAL OF THIS STATE and has a it. -tH-
large circulation in Florida and throughout buy those wishing vines should order at once
the United States and foreign countries .4 For Sal P. Address W. C. STEELE.
wherever the Interest is turned Southward, A Live Real Estate Exchange.The .
In the field, a cabbage crop of about Switzerland, Fla.
MEDIUMS South Florida ..
IN THE!SOUTH-especially for Heal Estate Railway Company 100,000 plants. Will be ready for ship- ---- --V a I I Mil MM
Nurseries, Transportation lines. Banks, has long been remarkable for a judicious 500 Sicily Lemon Trees, 1 inch in diam-
4. ment end of to middle of :
Hotels, and those branches wherein it is desirable foresight and enterprising management February May. eter, 2i to 4 feet high, young, thrifty
to reach our winter visitors or our of the affairs of its line. It was, there- For Terms apply to stock,"guaranteed O.K.
rapidly z Increasing permauent population. fore, no surprise to hear of the appointment A. S. PORRIEN, A. H. MANVILLE

'of:Mr. Fred. T. Myers, formerly of Haresfoot Farm, Kissimmee, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.
New Advertisements Tallahassee, as General Land Agent for . .

There are valuable additions the headquarters in this \Tanted. Geo. E. Snow, of East Lake, states
our advertising many departments this week.to in the Waycross Line ticket office in the To exchange LeConte Pear Trees for a that he is better satisfied with Williams,
Astor Block, on Bay street. This Breech-loading :Must be in
We ask our readers to consult all ad- cen- Shot-gun. Clark & Co.'s Orange Tree Fertilizer
vertisements when ordering our tralizes this department and places the good repair. Address, describing gun, than any he has used in eight years' e\
articles here enumerated and or buying call principal office for handling the land "SPORTSMAN," Monticello, Fia.Nnt perience with orange tree fertilizer.
we sales and business in this it .
their city as -> CIa 4- --- o -
attention to these cards.
should be. The South Florida Railroad lce. Kelsey's Japan Plum.
Foremost the
vertisement comes ofCAPTAIN well-displayed ad- lands are among the most valuable in the To Orange and Stock Growers: Our Extra fine trees at greatly reduced
State and readily sell for good prices to Favorite Fertilizer for Spring crops prices.
WILLIAM CANNON, those posted on the value of land for ready. All orders filled as booked. MANVILLE & REED,
of Kissimmee, Fla. Mr. Cannon is a practical purposes. Read )[r. Myers* GEO. HOTCIIINSON. Drayton Island, Fla.
real estate and land agent of unquestioned advertisement elsewhere and consult him Crescent City, Fla. \ .

probity, honesty and fairness. What he before buying real estate. f V Cuttings of three varieties of the FJg
contracts for he wants, and what he sells ---e- ------ Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching thir- furnished to order at $2 per hundred.
he guarantees as it is. Therefore, he has Paste This in Your Hat. teen for $2.01)) Small cuttings of six inches sent by mail,

made a big success as a real estate agent. "Is life worth living?" Ask of him C. C. CORBETT & SON post paid. H. REED,
He controlls over 3,000,000 acres, of the Who toils both day and night Jacksonville, Fla. Boy 251 Jaok.Honville, FU.
richest lands in the State .
representing ------ --- ---e.SAN'OUD -
To make little
a home for those
the Disston Companies, Kissimmee Land So dear unto his sight. Seed Irish Potatoes. FLA., Nov. 9, 1886.
Company, and South Florida Railway The best potatoes for planting in this
"Is life worth living for? We should 11. J. Baker & Bro. :
Lands. These consist of valuable truck- State are those brought from farthest
ing lands, improved lands, orange groves, smile; East. Believing this, last we imported DEAR SIRS-I have used your Orange
The battle of life is half year
fought, Tree :Fertilizer the "Babcock Grove"this
town lots, etc. A visit to his handsome several thousand barrels from on
If to Rockwell and Kinne's have been
office in the thriving town of Kissimmee, you past season and find it ranks with
And a Charter Oak Stove you've NOVA SCOTIA the best of commercial Fertilizers, and
will repay any of our readers, but if they
cannot go they should send to him for bought.-Tcnntfs. .Son. of Early Rose, Chili Red, Beauty of feel ready to give it my hearty recommendation -
prices and description lists. All letters ------- Hebron, etc., and the potatoes raised to all growers. .
will be cheerfully answered. Cornell & Eckersley, from this seed were very fine large, ami Yours truly,
of Jacksonville, leading real estate brought highest prices. We have another T. F. HUGGINS,
SNOWDRIFT POULTRY YARDS agents, conveyancers, auditing, and public cargo of these same potatoes on the way Manager Babcock Grove,"
of Keuka, Putnam county, Florida, accounting firm, are ably representedin here: and will sell as follows: Crystal Lake, Fla.
owned and ably managed by the Rev. another part of the paper. Chili Red, per barrel, $3.50. PSI
Noel R. Hamer, are mentioned else This firm is located at 71i West Bay Early Roae per barrel, $3.00. Dons, Ammunition, :te.
where, and our readers should write for street, in very handsome quarters. They Beauty of Hebron, per barrel, $3.00. Everyone in want of anything in this
particulars about eggs and raising poul- have very desirable property for sale in We guarantee the potatoes to be as line, should write for prices toROCKWELL
try. :Mr Hamer is a man of ripe judgment the; city and surrounding district and represented. Send money with order & KINNE,

J and honesty. among other bargains a beautiful orange and we will ship promptly. Successors to Nichols. Rockwell & Co.,

CARLOS REESE, grove in South Florida, that contains CHURCH ANDERSON & Co., 38 West Bay street.
twenty acres of heavy bearing trees andis Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 5, 1887. .
of:Marion, Ala., advertises for the sale
of Texas Blue Grass seed. one of the best producing groves in the E. S. Scott, Sylvan Lake, Fla.. Octo-
State. The.references furnished by the Japan Persimmons. ber 9, 1886, writes: "I have used this
E. BEAN, firm are unexceptional, and those who Large trees cheap. over ten tons of your Orange Tree,
Commission Merchant, of this city, has once do business with either member will MANVILLE & REED Fruit and Vine and Vegetable Manures.

plenty of orange growers supplies wraps, not only never regret it, but they will Drayton Island, Fla. I used with good satisfaction the Fruit
boxes, etc., for sale.B. want to transact business throught hem. and Vine on my bearing Orange Trees,
W. PARTRIDGE, ------- Palm Hilt Xursery. Strawberries and Grapes. Mv larger
of the Rocky Branch Nurseries, at :Mon- Ocean Steamship Company.We Choice varieties of orange and lemon trees have had no other fertilizer but

ticello, la.,will sell our readers Pedigree call attention to a change in the trees grown on high price! land, stock Mapes' :Fruit and Vine for the past four
LeConte and Keillor pears. sailing dates of the steamships of this three years old and well rooted. Buds years. I have a good crop of fruit this

H. A. L'ENGLE, ESQ., Standard Florida Line, and also to the of past seasons setting. For prices, call year, and am told by my neighbors that
of this city, has a legal advertisement return of Capt. H. R. Christian, soliciting on or address DUNCAN BROS., my trees, for their age and crop of or-
elsewhere. agent for the line to this city, aftera Clear Water Harbor. :Fla. anges, are the best in the county."
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trip to Savannah and the North. This
U. 8. WIND ENGINE AND PUMP COMPANY, 150,000 Livington's favorite tomato Feed.
is one of the transportation lines that
of Batavia, HI., como out strong with a ,, gives to our citizens a feeling of confi- plants for sale; good strong plants $1.00 For Horses, composed of sound corn,
display advertisement of their world- dence that their shipments will be care per hundred, delivery after Jan., 1st. oats and barley, judiciously mixed,
famed wind mills, wind engines pumps, fully handled, promptly delivered and C. F. HEYEK, cooked, dried by steam, then ground;
etc. This is a reliable manufactory and the utmost dispatch used. We recom- Lakeland, Fla. put up in 200 pound sacks. Price per
our readers should write for descriptive mend the line to all shippers. 100 pounds, $1.50.
catalogues, etc. Williams. Clark & Co's High Grade Cow Feed, composed of sound cornmeal
THE CALL, Peen-to Peaches. Bone Fertilizer is considered the best middlings and cotton seed meal,

of Dorchester, :Mass., has something to First-class trees from $30 to $65 per now in the market. Office 61$ West Bay judiciously mixed, pu: up in about 175.

say about agents, elsewhere. thousand. A. H. MANVILLE street, Jacksonville. pound sacks. Price per 100 pounds,
PETTERSEN & MURRAY, Jacksonville, Fla. Attention Fruit Grower Feed compossd of bar
+ .4 Poultry corn,
of Pensacola, Fla., owners of a remarka- Cuban Tobacco Seed Send in your orders for a few overbearing ley and judiciously mixed, dried by

bly prosperous that have nursery and green house, Just received, Imported Cuban Tobacco orange. Large one year buds on steam then ground. Price per 100
near city, a display advertise- Seed-finest four stock. $1 each, $10 dozen. pounds, $1.50.
in another column that variety from the year per
ment readers. We will advise be appreciated Vuelta d'Abajo District. Can spare a This orange tree will give you fruit the While at first glance the price of this

by our the : all little at 75c per oz., 6 per half pound, year round. C. B. PELTON, feed appears high, it is not so in fact, for 4
to carefully peruse same, buying postpaid. H. S. KEDNEY, South Florida Nursery, Lake Helen, the reason that it is concentrated, is very
bulbs shrubs
plants, flowers, or Winter Park, Fla. Florida. rich, and only a small quantity is neededto
trees, to name this paper. Messrs. Pet- . be fed at a time. Send orders to
tersen & Murray are thoroughly reliable Save 1\louey-:1: Partner wanted with $2,000 to take CHURCH ANDERSON. & Co.,

and painstaking.T. By writing t for special offer of LeConte charge of a paying Country Store and Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 10, 1887

C. DAVENPORT, and Keifer Pears, Moore's Early Grapes, Postoffice. .
advertises "seed" potatoes for sale. etc., to "Arcadia Nursery," Monticello, :MCDONALD DALY'S GROVE, Good male agents for the sporting oil
Bead the card and send for prices. Fla. St. Johns Co., Fla. fits advertised by E. S. Morgan


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duce an earlier crop, can be grown in No Fence Law. CA :RD.

Vegetable garden, this way. But for several years past The Madison Recorder speaks for a

tomatoes. shipped in April and early section where farming in the strictestsense

in May have not netted the grower as is the combined
PANASOFFKEE AHEAD. leading industry, The undersigned would respectfully Inform
good prices as those shipped from May with stock raising upon the old plan of the public of Jacksonville and the State that
they have office
opened an at
Don't Mulch Their Strawberries 15th, to June 15th. herding them on the range. In speaking -

and Get Into Market First. W. C. STEELE. of a no-fence law, it says that the
71 1-2 West Hay Street .-
question of "stock law" "no-
a or a
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Celery Growing in Marion.
I 'fence law" similar those of
to Georgia,
I desire to add mite to what"Orlando"
my The question has often been asked, south Carolina and other Southern For the transaction of
says in your issue of the can't be raised in Florida
'Why celery States, is being talked of by some
10th about mulching strawberries. ?" Well the truth is it I
can, here It is to have immediate
I proposed our General Agency Business
Many good in this ,
growers though possibly few of our Northern representatives introduce such
tected section of ours by using that"cricketharboring"
friends think It is well known
: so. a a bill in the next Legislature and to

invention of the fact that this vegetable requires very advocate the measure with all the Making a Specialty of
devil, put themselves on the same rich land which have abun-
we an fervency. the, can.Ve do not know
plane, as far as earliness (or say rather dance of in and attention
our county, how those the would
lateness) i is concerned, with such early favoring question :Real Estate: >
to make it success and with ,
a have the measure in its bearings, but
(1)) counties as Alachua Bradford Baker
these two and fair knowl-
requisites a that it will be left to the
suppose people -
et al. in other words come in
; edge of vegetable raising in general, of every county to decide for them- PUBLIC ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING.A .
about a month behind. In this connec-
believe it will do handsomely in
selves whether the law shall
new ,
apply -
tion it has been refreshing to me to
his, section. Mr. Nelson native of
to them, or that they shall by a
read of the communications from
some England, who resides about two miles vote retain the
those early (?) counties. Doubtless present system.
from Ocala, has an acre of it doing The Georgia "no fence law under
share public patronage is solicited and
there have been few
a sporadic quarts nicely, and as fast as it becomes of the; local option feature, has to an invitation to call and become acquaintedis
from them in the State) butI proven hereby extended.
shipped ( proper size he brings it to Ocala and be a "God-send" to many counties in
have been all over the patches in
disposes of it to ourmarketmen who that State, where it was adopted (in We have had placed. in our hand for sal
those counties within the last three
for it. We in some very
get good prices are instances
weeks (before the last cold and I some ) against strong protestsof
debted to Mr. Nelson for a sample of the minority but who having
could count the blooms on ray finger, this choice and to Desirable
vegetable can testify its beneficent results, have become its Proportion,
while our patches at Panasoff'kee were the excellent quality of it, and hope advocates. [In South Caro-
simply white with them. I also be- more of our practical farmers will turn in city and surrounding districts.Capital .
lina told the fence form-
we are rows,
lieve that the first of
regular shipment
their attention to this industry. It burdened by
erly expensive fencing,
berries outside the State vios made from
still remains to be seen what cannot are paying the total taxation of the
here on the 12th to Messrs. Pancoa t
be in our land.-Ocala
grown sunny State and in other that
many cases we
& Griffiths Philadelphia and that Inves'tmen't.ca.n
mention is called the
might "poorman's
neither Alachua, Baker nor Bradford K4Nitrate "
counties will ship a berry for six weeksto of Soda. law, because of its proving also be had by those desiring same by
such to of limited calling or to who will
writing us.
a help people means upon si-
come. I will close by simply add- Editor of FLORIDA DISPATCH: cure them?
in his share of
ing, that from my own patches I ex- Possibly a cheap source of ammo-. fences.lessening keeping up

pect to ship over 500 quarts before the nia, in the above salt, may have been CORNELL &:; ECKERSLEY,
This is that land
15th of February. overlooked by Florida gardeners. In a question every

W. D. LEWIS. our climate the soil seldom gets very owner, cattle owner and tenant are 71% Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

Panasoffkee, Fla., January 14, 1881. cold, if the surface freezes a little dur- vitally interested in, and in the fram-

P. S. -Since writing the above I ing a cold snap, the sun comes out and ing of the proposed bill attention $15,000 A Great Bargain $15,000

have received the following telegram : warms it up again in a few days. should be specially paid to the inter-

PHILADELPHIA,January 15,1887. Probably cotton seed meal will be ests of each. .. .
Strawberries received in good condi found to be much better adapted to -

tion. All sold for four dollars a quart. the wants of the fruit and vegetable Live Stock in Hernando.I. .

PAKCOAST & GRIFFITHS. growers. This, however, is a question Kirby Smith, of Floral City, ONE OF THE FINEST ,

Comment is unnecessary.W. which cannot be satisfactorily an- Fla., reports his Jersey cattle, Poland

D. L. swere : by the chemist in his labora- China hogs, Plymouth Rock chickensand

January 17,1887. tory nor by the editor in his office, but Pekin ducks.to be doing as wellas Orange GrovesIN

Gardening in Florida.G. must be settled by experiments madein they did in Harrison county, Ken

H., evidently understands his the field by practical men. Will tucky. He says : "I killed a hog a

business There is often a difference not some one use a little nitrate on one few days since about eighteen months

of opinion between experts. When he now, some cotton seed meal on the old and it weighed over three hundred THE STATE FOR SALE.

speaks of four requisites for successful next and ordinary fertilizers or none pounds net ; same sow had raised

gardening, viz: soil, seed, labor and on the third, alternating thus over the twenty-eight pigs, and I took fifteen -

fertilizer, he overlooks one which is patch and then report the result to I from her on day of butchering. Can

fully as important and that is water. the DISPATCH. W. this be beaten in Kentucky ?"
This Grove contains 20 acres all in trees,
Without an adequate supply of water .
Starting Onions.S. .
you my have the best soil in Florida, : situated in Sumter county. It has many advantages -
use desired quantity oi fer L. Reed's directions for growing If an old cow is quickly fattened its
may any meat will be more tender than where as to location,and ought to be seen
tilizer, plant the best seed obtainableand onion from the seed are excellent for
high dry land. But I am the feeding has been protracted. The to be
work as hard as you can, but the every year appreciated.
and convinced of the great difficulty in feeding old cows is
result will failure. How very im more more superiority -
portant then to select soil which foes! of flat woods land for all in getting them to digest large
of food. This is best done in
kinds of gardening. When properly amounts
not suffer from drouth or else providesome
means of supplying the needed ditched to carry off the surplus waterin summer, when.fresh grass, which is the The Grove is Actually Worth

water in case of a'drouth. the rainy season, no amount of rain most easily digested of foods, may be

Cabbages set out in November and will injure the crops any more than supplemented with gradually increasing $ G,000,

December will no doubt be profitable.But thoss on high land, while it will not rations of meal, taking especialcare

gardeners at Mandarin are now suffer from a drouth that would ruin never to give more than will be
readily eaten Bat the owner is compelled to sell to raisemoney
marketing fine cabbages and cauli- any crop on dry land. X. ,
flowers at remunerative prices. The at once'for other purposes.J", ,'_ .-

seed was sown in August and the plants Professor Cook, of Lansing, Mich., Mr. T. M.\ Wier, of Sarasota, is the {.. .... .

set out in September. has killed cabbage worms with a mix fortunate owner of a splendid cow, half ;:,;1/-'

... Some of our gardeners tried the ture of one pound of bubach with 200 Durham and half Jersey. She is cer-

plan of growing tomato plants by sow- gallons of water. tainly the most beautiful cow we have Apply to

ing early,and then transplanting, but I Bubach mixed with flour and also seen in Florida, and her calf, three-

have abandoned it as unprofitable. The I with water, and has found both meth- quarters Jersey- to one quarter Dur-

profits of the crop not paying for the ods efficient in destroying the larvae ham blood, is a perfect beauty,havingthe CORNELL & ECKERS LET,

extra labor needed. There is no doubt and imagos of the Colorado potato points and marks of the best milk

that larger, finer plants, that will pro- beetle. producing stock 71 West Bay Strut, Jackionvllle,Fla.

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duced. It is particularly gratifying NAPLESi: : !
:, ii. & a. to note the fact that this section of FeMlizn.
Florida is h ingrapidly settled
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MIDDLE FLORIDA. with public-spirited, enterprising citizens Humus. THE .,.
from other States. Let them
The Resources and Here will find Humus is the element generally
'. Advantages of come.; they rare op-
the County Tributary to portunities for the safe investment of lacking in our soils. Of the benefitsof Iozt 1 : SonID rn City of Florida.
Gainesville. capital, and will be welcomed by all humus Prof. Pendleton, eminent J
y There is no section of Florida that our people and made happy and contented authority on scientific agriculture,
offers, at the present time, greater inducements in their new homes. particularly as applied to the South,
to home-seekers than Ala- .4 says :
chua and contiguous counties. The A Flourishing Grove. It absorbs moisture from the atmos

last issue of the Florida says that One of the promising young grovesof phere and thus supplies plants with it. .
Alachua has of It retains the moisture longer than Deep wa'er Railroad Terminus. Fertile
an Florida
area is
county over owned:: by Salon Pember .-''ult and Ve. etabH Land. High Rolling
1,300 square miles, and embraces ton, of Thou tosassa, Hillsboroughcounty. any other ingredient of soils. J t fur- Pine Lanls fr Building.. Balmy and Salarioas -
every variety of land, including the In February, 1877, not ten nishes a considerable portion of car- Bathing.> Climate.The Sportme nltlcp.nt.<<'sParadUe.Sun and The Pea In-
richest hammock, rolling pine, hickory years ago, he cleared ten acres of land bon to phnts, either directly or indi val.ds Resort. Sanitarium. _Tae Pleasure-Se ker.'
oak and flats. rectly. In its widest sense, it suppliesthe ::=
palmetto Any of for a grove. This was put out in
& these lands may be made available and trees, and this year two hundred and mineral elements of decayed mat-
brought into cultivation. They will twenty-two trees are bearing. Before ter in solution for plant food. It ab-
produce eea island and short cotton, the; freeze last year he marketed three sorbs and holds free ammonia and its Fine Opportunities for Invest-

r corn, cane, oats, rice, sweet and Irish hundred boxes of fruit. The crop of carbonate, and thus supplies plants.It ill ent.
potatotes, and in fact nearly all the the present year reached one thousandand absorbs lime and its carbonate and
crops that can be grown in any Southern twenty-two boxes, and it is esti- renders it assimilable as plant food.It .
latitude. Such fruits as oranges, mated that he lost five hundred by the furnishes a solvent to the soil (car- 20,000 CITY LOTS.

peaches, pears, figs, bananas, straw- splitting and falling of the fruit, as: bonic acid), for the silicate of potash
berries, grapes, etc., are also successfully the fruit of this particular grove and phosphate of lime, by which
grown. The!: hammock lands are seemed= to be specially unfortuate. in plants are supplied with the two im- 'S tr.ii.' t 1 I

the most desirable for the productionof this respect. As oranges this year are portant compounds, phosphoric acid 1' I Iy A, M l cca
crops, but other grades of land, worth from $2 to 82 50 per bnx at the and potash. In warm climates, it rltre V
however; by the use of fertilizers can, groves, Mr. Pemberton will receive cools the soil by the constant imbila-
and are being made to pay a good per not less than two thousand dollars tion and evaporation of moisture.: It .
cent. The vegetable industry of this from his: crop. It is further claimed is, in fact, a prime agent in the laboratory

county, although comparatively in its that he has nearly or quite supported of natur1, for carrying on r Z8'i
infancy, is assuming mammoth pro- his family during the time from veg- chemical changes in soils, producingheat :1t SS'a ( r" :

portions. Hundreds of thousands of etables grown among his young trees. evolving'carbon, oxygen and %D.wr LI 11or ,,,4.. .
crates of vegetables are annually .shipped Orlando Reporter. hydrogen; as well as nitrogen obtained ..I M
over the various railroads to east- 4 by absorption. Perhaps of all of the ,
ern markets, and many people are ac LIMESTONE IN FLORIDA.To benefits resulting from humus in the 1 Gnatl !
cumulating vast sums of money. The soil, this last is the most important.Each .
amount of capital invested in the production be Worked up for Fertilizers. and every one of these effects

of tomatoes,cucumbers,squash, Professor H. S. Greeno, of St. Louis. have been again and again demonstrated sstrrxI

watermelons, beans, cabbage, egg has purchased a twelve-acre marl bed by the author and others, not .,
plant, etc., etc., we have no means of near Ocala from Mr. A. E. Waterman in flower pots simply, but in the open ')
definitely ascertaining, but the aggre- the consideration being $10,000 fields, and yet we find men assumingto
gate sum is enormous. When the The Free Press says : be agricultural chemists who consider .
vegetable crop is disposed of, .then "During the last yea this wonderful humus in a soil of no agricul- .gyp i. 4,

commences the picking and ginning of bed of rock has received examinations tural value. 4 e 4mtt. o, (
sea island and short cotton, corn gathering from Professor J.. Kost, State Home Made Fertilizers for the -
potato digging, rice harvesting, Geologist, who now pronounces it the South.
and cane boiling. From the cane finest lime rock in the State, and containing The following is the formula used!!! Broad avenues every four hundred feet.
raised,in this county our farmers pro. all the ingredients for the man- bv Mr. Furman, who has made such hun Wide:red streets spacious every{ Public two hundred Parks. leet.Plenty One of
duce as fine and pure article of sugar ufacture of fertilizers. It is the inten- an eminent success of intensive farm- fresh air assured. A magnlflceat Beach 100
miles laid out in
wide ant five is
feet a
d and syrup as can be found in any tion of the company who purchased it ing in Georgia : Hi-lendld<(< drive and boulevard. Situated In
of the Before these to in shaft at and the Monroe county,30 miles south of Punta Oor-
part country. put a once, export "Barnyard: manure, cotton seed, da, on the most southern habitable portionof
staple summer and fall crops are fairly stuff to Northern markets. Professor each 30 bushels ; acid phosphate, 400 tae 1'eulnsular of the Gulf Coast. fafeH
4 disposed of, commences the gatheringand Kost says the deeper the examination pounds, kainit, 200 pounds. Mix in- '.%
shipping of the orange crop, which better lime was secured. A shaft forty : timately at once. Or put alternate An Ideal City in Tropical Florida. g j
occupies the producers time until early feet deep has already been sunk, and; layers of 1, cotton seed ; 2, phosphateand
spring. One great advantage this the purchasers are fully satified that these
part kainit, 3, manure. Repeat Blocks 2 JOxtOO) ) leet. Lots 50x100 feet. With2U
of Florida''. has over re.ions further they have found material superior to layers. The seed to be well moistened, \ feet laue. 25 per cent. of proceeds de-
' north is that we have here three dis any yet discovered." and in the latter case mix by cutting voted to city improvements. .

tict crop seasons, one being clearly off .. .. entirely through from top to bottom.It .
before another is clearly on hand. It Potter's Clay. should be in pens with perpendicular Lots Ten Dollars Each.Odd .

may truthfully be said that each of Colonel WW. R. Coulter, of Levy sides and at least four feet thick,
these crops, or money seasons, is an county, sent a box of clay taken out and covered over with a layer of rich without numbers reserve.will Rare be sold inducements for ninety to those days
nually assuming larger proportions, of a well on his place to a jar factory earth six inches thick, it will need no seeking homes in 'Iropical Florida.
For information, circulars, etc., call
thus rendering beyond question the in Alabama to have its quality tested, roof. It will be ready for nse in fourto on or address maps
speedy development of the country'sbest : and they report it as being the best eight weeks and"must be used as
interests. The best informedmen 'clay they ever worked. A jar made soon as ready to prevent lots."
among "us predict for Alachua from the batch was sent him. The The formula used by Prof. New- JOHN A. GRAHAM,

county a bright and prosperous future. Times says: "It is one of the best man, of the Alabama State Experi
When the resources of Florida shall earthen have mental Station is follows
jars we ever seen, being as : General Manager Naples Town Imp.Co.,
have been developed she will rival smooth, glossy and well finished in "500 pounds acid phosphate, 750 13 Mohawk Block (over Postofflce' ),
California with all her mines of gold. every particular. The jar can be seen pounds each cotton seed and stable ma- Jacksonville, Florida.
The State is now on the high road to at this office, where it will be kept on nure green," Treat as above. Thisis -
success, and the people of Alachua exhibition as a sample of the productof a cheap compost and very valuable.On .
county will be found in the front ranks the, excellent soil of Levy. A jar old clayey lands especially, eitherof Authorized Agents:
with those who are determined to win. and jug factory, to work up this clay, these is perhaps preferable to any >
R. G. ROBINOX&Co., Orlando,FIa.I
Railroads are being rapidly constructed would be a paying investment. Who formula in which cotton seed meal is J. MITCHELL, I lampa, Fla.
and yet more and more must be will start it? No Alabama clay substituted for the seed. C. L. MITCHKLL Tallahds ee. Fla.
.TAS. P.SNn\v& Co., Boston,Mass.
pushed forward to meet the demand equals this here,and the busine-s couldbe The reason why the crude seed are WHITLEDOE &:TATUM, Bartow,Fla.
for to the market of the made the of meal is that the former (0'.J. HINSOX: Halne*IityFla.
transporting profitable, as quality ; better than the SANDMX <* NILES 5, Key West, Fla.
North the millions of oranges and the goods made would be superior to produce humus of which lands are E. M. ORAHAIT fcraldeutown, Fla.
',, : T. C. WATSOX,Pensacola, Pia. ,
-'\ enormous vegetables annually pro- that from almost any other section." destitute. I CARLETON&CRAWFORD,Fort Ogden,Fla.. ...
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I.lit.'f... THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.. [JANUARY 24,1887.

f The. Tobacco in Alachua. B. F. Slater, and Mr. Armour, a cousinof Texas Blue Grass Seedand j

iI Fwm..r Many farmers in Alachua countyare 'hicago's great pork packer of that sets for sale. The greatest Winter and
,' .. awakening to the fact that some- nam gentlemen of unimpeachable earliest spring Grass known; also a fine Hay
\! -:: : : : : : : ::;:::::: Qras ready for the Mower by tt e 15th of
i thing more can be done here besides veracity. As regards my second statement April. Rend stamp for circular.
:t' Tobacco Growing. I II growing vegetables. Tobacco cultureis relative to ice at Oxford on the CARLOS REESE, Sr, Marion, Ala.Lad .

t Tobacco growers throghout the I destined to receive considerable at- morning of November 7th, I would I j _send six 2-cent stamps for 2 packages -
tention at their hands the coming give as my informant Mr.Vm, Jour- i I O'cho'ce mixed flower seeds.
country are complaining bitterly of
((2.X()kinds.) THE CALL,
: low prices, caused by overproduction, season. It is a product that can be Ian, of this place, whose daughterwrote 0rc.hest.er,1\I.
especially of poor grades of tobacco. manufactured at home, thus saving that day that she had washed
The price is now so low that but little the many great risks attendant on her hands with ice. If Mr. White is For PEDIGREE JLeCONTE'SAND

is bought, and this at prices ruinously shipping vegetables to uncertain and still skeptical, I can furnish him with
Keiffer'a on LcContc Roots
low. With the increased quantity fluctuating markets, There is no sworn affidavits.

produced there has been a corresponding 'don't-delay -thiscarperishablepro- :. As regards the temperature of Riv- Address B. W. PARTRIDGE,
perty" business about tobacco and erside, San Bernardino county, Cal.! its
decrease in quality ; one pound of Rocky Branch Nursery, Monticello, Fla.
really fine tobacco will sell on the mar- with attention and skill, it can be true, as a matter of record, that the
ket for five times as ranch as the com- made to bring more money into the mercury did fall to 27 but for one Snowdrift Poultry Yards

mon grade ; often, indeed, the dispar- country in one year than the vegetable -: night, and one night only, for next KEUKA, PUTNAM Co., FLA.
agement is even greater.In business will bring in ten years.Teosinte. day we find it at 31, aud the day after KEY. NOEL 1{. IIAMEK, Proprietor.

view of this state of the market, .-.-c at 44, with an average for the Fresh eggs of White Wyandottes, $*.00;
month of 54. That there was no recurrence White Plymouth Rocks and White Leghons
it seems to us pertinent to ask the (KnHpp'n) $!.IJ) per 8ItUn Packed in new
many advocates of tobacco growing in J. Macfarlaue\ says in the Lake during December is proven baskets ana delivered to Express.,on Fla. }
Florida, "Are you going to make it City Reporter that he planted Teosintelast by the lowest mercury, namely, 30, Southern Ry. Circulars free.

pay?," The general market is in quiteas April, four Dud a half by four and that no damage was done is proven
depressed condition as the cotton feet. It was slow and unsatisfactory by ]letters I am in receipt of, informingme FLORIDA LANDSAlong
in starting but later in the that not a leif was singed.
market,about which there has been so season the line of the
much complaint. A superior article started off lustily. He cut it five or While Riverside! has a remarkably
would probably pay. Can we raise a six times. The stock ate it greedily, equable climate, she ,has never, to my South Florida Itnilrnml,
quality of tobacco fine enough to com and he thinks it will make more for knowledge, claimed the honor of having The great highway to Cuba.

mand a high price in the face of the age to the acre than any other forage "the" most even climate in the These lands are admirably adapted to growing -
low prices at which lots are plant yet tried in his section. He world ; that title belongs to her sister!
average city San Diego of whom the OrallgctJ, Guavas! Plnc-. IIlc.,
relling? found it difficult to cure, as it was so great
c succulent it was apt to mould. Why scientist, Agassiz, has said! : "You havea and other semi-tropical fruits, also

More Corn-Less not use it for eusilage ? grand capital in your climate. It Enrly Vegetable and Strtrwberrie
Cotton. Mr. M.\ does not think it will ma- will be worth millions to you. This i is
W. P. Horn says : ture seed in this latitude. one of the favored spots! o'earth.. A Town Lots in growing town along the line

"We shall have to change our modeof climate that has; no equal." I haveno of Large road.tracts, 'invarlou" parts of the State,
Yes have desire and no incl natin: to for grazing purposes, Sugar growing, and
farming. we got to get Twenty acres will]] cost more for cul- quote timber.
out of the old rut, and get to making tivation than ten. Let us plant or San Diego's climate in invidious com- Map and information' furnished on application -
three and four bushels of corn wherewe sow'the ten, and apply the cost saved parison with Merrill's Island, but I toLAND
used to make one. But some of you I in improving that under cultivation.In must believe that Mr. While is guiltyof DKPAKTMEXT: SOUTH FLORIDA R. R.,
Sanford, Fla.,
may say, 'How can we make so muchon this way, while this great "over both insincerity and! disingeneous- .
;:ii: > T. uivr.us,
our worn out lands? Our lands are production" in the country is being ness, in that he seeks to convoy the General Land Agent,

too poor, and if we get ten or twelve consumed, we will be able to bring our impression that his locali-m) is an aver 82 West Bay ttt., Jarkfconville, Fla.
bushels per acre it is all we can do, land up to a finer state of cultivation. age indication; of the temperature of --
and it does not pay to raise only ten ready to meet the "rise in prices." :South Florida, which one at all conversant Just Received and in Transit

bushels of corn per acre.' Well, yes, Less grain and more grass and stockis I with "water protection" knows

my friends, this i is all so. I know that the farmer's remedy for hard times. is not true. Island Home, if (?) the 30, OO Orange( Koxev,
there is no money in raising ten bush- data] which Mr.: White furnishes i*
e's' of corn on one acre of land ; but For a first crop on new land none correct, is a remarkably :and: ) peculiarly 100,000 Orange llox Hoop,

there is one thing about it, ten bushelsof equals the sweet potato. A large favored spot as regards exemption 20,000 nnB'of OrangeVrap; ".
corn in your crib is worth twenty amount of trash can be worked into from frosts and freezes, but that* it is
bushels in Jacksonville, if you have the beds, the oak and other hard wood not always favored! over and aboveits Other Growers' supplies in full stock. Send

not got the money to buy it. Remem roots thrown between the rows to be neighbors, i is proven in last Jan- for Price List.
ber the old adage, "One bird in the carried out. By the time this crop is uary's freeze, when Mr.\ White's [pineapples -

hand is worth two in the bush. I will off very little handpicking will be \\erefrozen to the ground, whilst E. BEAN
tell you in my next letter how to make needed ; all small roots, sticks, pine across at Rock Ledge Mr. S.S. White'swere ,
I leaves will have become of
four times ten bushels.' I etc., part UnSCH}hed. Commission Merchant and Forwarder,
the soil. in the State ofDenmark"
-.. "Something rotten
Waycross R. R. Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.
here! '
"Plow than fer
no'deeper. can
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Tobacco Culture Will Pay.
tilize." If you have an abundance of With a smile on my lips, ,and sorrow IConteNursery.
One of our East Florida contoinpocaries stable manure to plow under you may in my heart at having been the

states the fact, that one man go deeper ; if you must depend on innocent cause of breaking in on the I P 1elkltrrFE
cultivated six acres in tobacco this commercial fertilizers atone' it would pastoral and Acadian quietness of Mr. -0-

year near Lake City, and gathered be folly to plow deeper than four or White in his sea-girt isle, permit me
therefrom five thousand pounds of five inches. to extend to him the assurance of my .

the leaf, and has been offered twenty- most distinguished consideration and The largest grower of these I* ars from Jut-(:
five cents a pound for it-which esteem, and while sitting 'neath his tin, s, by no other and avoid Blight. Cata-,.
free. W.W.TiioMPSOJr.Hmltuvllle,U
would be twelve hundred and fifty California rose-embowered j orch, with the jocund j logues- -- '. -- -
dollars-which is equal to $208.38i .r south wind gently toying( and kissing $100 A WEEK.
per acre. CALIFORNIA VS. FLORIDA.A in amorous love the wealth of flowersin Ladies o"gentlemen desiring pleasant profitable .
There is no doubt of this being the this favored and blessed isle, surrounded you to employment handles an article write of at domestic tmce. We use want that
result. In 1885 Mr. Hardy Croom, Riversider on His Ear. by his thermometers barom- recommend. itself to everyone at eight.
s'"A. ...: AS ft'LOUic. Sells like hot cakes.
of this county, did equally as well as Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: eters,hydrometers and hygrometers, let Profits 300 per cent. Families. wishing to
the Lake City planter. Now, if by Insomuch as Mr. White, in your me wish him a very prosperous and benefit practice write economy for particulars.should for Used their every own
the culture of tobacco, our farmerscan issue of January 3d, has seen fit to happy new year. day the year round in every household.
within reach of all. Circulars free.
realize upwards of two hundred question my veracity by his very-sug JOHN S. BROWNLEE. Agent receive Sample, Free. Address
dollars per acre, why should they continue j, gestive intimation "of an interrogationpoint PanasofTkee. January, 1S87. Domestic Jlnf Co.: :Marino Ohio. .
the folly of an "all-cotton" crop, somewhere," I trust you will -- -. .------- AA

and receive therefrom a revenue of kindly see the propriety of permittingme The Manatee county cattle men have c UNLEACHED .

rarely more than $17.50 per acre. Of; to reply.As been astir for several days over the rumor HARDWOOD S .

course the tobacco farmer must under regards my statement that the that their large cattle range east N Supplied In car-load lots. Admit .H *.
stand the process of cultivation and mercury was at 39 on the morning of and) south of Fort Ogden was soon to A ted one of the most Complete FertilE .

curing to be successful, but all information November 8th, I would reply that it be fenced in, and their cattle movedout. D izers for Orange now In Groves.use. Especially Quality ItuaranS
is within reach-MonticelloConstitution. is a simple matter of actual record at This was to be done by a large teed. Correspondence ''.
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\ : bees will let me stand an hour at a HARDWARE AN ANNOUNCEMENT.

I : Apiary, time right in front of their entrance,

.. .. ,,;'. .'. turning out for me, and not one offer- -
': ing to while in less than
I ; Different sting ; two : The Proprietors of the
; Races. minutes a black colony will resent !

{ Mr. Doolittle does not like the Ger- such impudence to the score of hun GEO. L McCoNiHE, Pensacola Greenhouses & Nurseries

"' man or common black bee on account dreds of stings, if you don't leave
would announce that they are now fully org -
of their inclination to rob and willing- The Cyprians, I dislike to part (New Building at Old Stand.)' nlzed and prepared for business, with a
new to be robbed their from with for bee in large and extensive stOCK in all departments,
; running they are really a good and with a Managing\ Partner oi 25 years
the combs and out of the hive, unless all points but one ; but that one pointis practical experience as Florist, Nurserymanand
40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Landscape iardner, and a full stab of
handled very carefully ; do not resist altogether to sharp for me. Of all practical assistants in all departments.:

j the wax moth ; are poor honey gatherers the bees to sting when provoked, this The Manager,who is a practical Landscape
except in times of plenty ; inclined bee "beats all. My flesh fairly Gardener of 25 yeais experience, will be
pleased to consult with any lady or gentleman -
to sting with little provocation, crawls as I write, to think how I have Hardware Cutlery, Stoves and Tinware. In regard: to the Impiovement and embellishment -
and do not do work in a business like been stung by them. 1 hey also have House Furnishing Good, Granite and nish plans nd of specifications their grounds if desired.and will fur-

way, by which I mean that they live "a touch" of the laying-worker nuisance Agate Ware. Bash, Doors, Blinds, md address
Send your name on a postal
only from hand to mouth, as it were, but nothing like as bad as theSyrian. Oils. Agricultural Implements, card for nV illustrated Catalogues of both>
Iron and Steel. ,
Hope Belting, departments. Address
calculating only a day or so in ad- Hose and Packing. Pumps,
vance. They go into the sections to The Carolinians, so far as I have Steam and Water Pipe ENSACOLA, GlI .;NIIOUSES AND

work, and build comb only so long as tried them, are a rather mixed race or and Fittings! Four NURSERIES,
honey comes in plentifully. The least only a very peaceable strain of the Steel Galvanized -.--- --- -- Pensacola, Fla.

1 slack stops comb-building, only that black bee. Some of the queens pro- Fence Mantels Wire, ,

the cells are lengthened on that already duce a hybrid progeny, while others Grates Mason & HamlinORGANS

o. built, so that I have frequently give nothing but black bees. As to Etc.

found sections one-fourth full of comb, the "steel blue" color claimed for

and that one-fourth lengthened out, them, I will say that the same will be : PIANOS:
filled and without lot of black bees Highest Honors ,ya" Sine mod of
capped over, being seen on a just at all Great Do
attached to the sections except at the hatched, if held FO the light strikes Agent For World's Exhl-for @ quarter notrequtreonebitions at-

.top. 1 never saw anything of the them; just right. As far as I am con- eighteenyears.One hundred much Pianos tuning en theprerailingr

kind with any other race of bees, for cerned, I have no use fir then, Orange Lightning Powder, Farmers' Friend {Styles 900.For fn.Cash.to II 0 "wrest. IDYPaYDlents "
all start and build the It 1 i.s and Boss Plows, Dangler Oil Stoves, Perry system. Remarkable -
they section : hardly necessary for me to say or Ken ted.Catalogues for
& Co's Celebrated Stoves and of
full of comb as if they calculated to that the Italians ( home bred) are my Southern: Louis) White Ranges Lead, free. purity durability.tens

do something business like. If another choice, and especially ns I find them Masury's\ Pure Colors! in Oli, ORGAMPIANOCO.164TremontSt.Bo8ton.

yield of honey comes in a few now, after we have J passed thr ugh al Masury's\ Railroad & Liquid .

days, these bees start the comb down most the poorest honey season we have Paints, Fai.rban.ks' 46 E.I 4th St. (Union Sq.),
a little further, when it is again ftu:! b- ever had, at work on red clover, and Standard Scales.! N.Y. 149 Wabash Ave.,Chicago.

bed off if the flow slackens, aud again storing honey from it in sections, 4TIn Roofing Sheet Iron,Copper and Tin EVERY FARMERTHE

.' and again do the same thing, until I while hybrids and other bees are Work to order.PIANOS .

have counted as many as five times in scarcely getting a living. BEST HIS OWNFILLER

a single section where they have *. ..- Is theCHEAPEST

started and stopped, making the face Deep Frames Best. ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS

side of the comb resemble a wash Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH t.a, .

l board. It has been claimed that there Mr. Elisha Gallup, the originatorof Genuine Bargains.

is a difference in these bees, some say the frame whose dimensions are

ing that there is a large brown bee of given in this article, once said :

merit others claim "Other things being equal a colonyof
superior ; great Being Sole Agents in the South for
things for their gray bees, both of bees will build as much comb and
which are said to be a great way ahead produce as much honey in a nail kegas -

of the little black bee ; but I wish to in any hive, and they will produceas THUSIIEK, BENT & ARION 1 t-" -j t' __f WE HAVE HAD

say, that, after getting queens from much honey in my-=nail keg as in 32 years Experience.

several claiming to have these yours.:' PIANOS Use the Ilalladay Standard. Geared Wind Mill.I.X.L
superior Corn Shelter and 1-\ L Iron Feed Mill and do jour hell--
strains, and placing them beside In the humid climate of Florida, in tad an.l ijriu'liii*at home, thus laviiig toll and teaming to sad
from the Grin Mill. This work can be done rain, windy dart,
the "little black bee" our forefathersused an apiary where the colonies are liable when oat-door work, Is suspended on the Farm. The tame Will
will ,
eat corn nallu saw wood ran churn and grindstone pump
to have, there is not a bit of difference to be neglected, I would chance a ORGANS water We,manofiftnre etc. the Ifalladar Standard Geared and

in them so far as I can see, or cypress gum rather than the best shallow Feed PumpingtiV'Ind 31111. I-X-I Mlll, Htalk.,|.X.LCorn Cutter*,hellvr Howe Power.I>X-LIron.Jack.
of bee keeping friends to framed hive known, as the condi- Saw Tables,Standard Haying Tools.eonsisttog of Antl-Friction,
any my I. Reversible, Swivel and Rod Hay Carrier Harpoon and Grapple
whom I have shown them. Well I tions are more faverable for their self- Home Hay Forks, Pulleys and Floor Hooks. Alcoa full line of
MASON & HAMLIN, BAY STATE, Tanks,Tank Fixtures and Pumps for Farm.Ornamental,Pillage
: must "curtail" or I shall not get along protection from insect enemies and PACKARD ORCHESTRAL. tad Reliable Railway purposes.Agent wanted Send for la all catalogue unassigned and territory.price.

very fast.I moisture, the two greatest impediments U.S. WIND EXCISE: & PUMP ., CataTla, 11L

have thoroughly tried the Syrians; to profitable apiculture.J. Everyone given benefit of our one rrice sys- Notice of Amending Articles of Incorpo-
tem, and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy
and for this locality I consider them Y. D. terms of payment, and payment of freight: assumed ration Jacksonville Suburban Real .Estate -
New Smyrna, Fla. by us to Purchaser's nearest II. R. or and Railroad Company.
the of all the bees
poorest yet broughtto steamboat landing.VIOLINS .
this country. The two great faults Notice is hereby given that a meeting of
The canal from the Withlacoocheeriver the Stockholders of the Jacksonville Subur-
which make them thus axe, first, not
breeding when they should breed and to Lake Cbalo Apopka, was ban Real Estate and Railroad Company will

then breeding beyond measure when, opened through to Floral City on the GUITARS, BANJOS, AC- be held in the city of Jacksonville, State of
8th inst.
they ought to breed but little, which 4ConsUmlttion CORDEONS Florida, at the State Bank of Florida, on the

results in few laborers in the field in 1st day of ebruary, 1887,at 8 o'clock p m, for

the honey harvest, and countless numbers Cured. and all kinds of small instruments offered at the purpose of altering and amending the
lowest prices. Send for our illustrated cata-
after the harvest is }past, to eat An old physician, retired from practice logue. articles of incorporation of said compar y.
had in his hands
all that the few gathered. Consequence having placed by HENRY L'ENGLE,
up an East Inuia missionary the formula of! VV. R. HUNTER: President.
no profit. Second, the workers a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy Secretary._ ____
begin to lay eggs as soon as the and permanent cure of Consumption. Artist Materials
leaves the hive, whether by Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all
queen Throat and Lung Affections, also a positive Picture Frames! Fancy Ys Poultry.W.
otherwise that the .
swarming or so
r and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Fine Pictures! ,
combs are filled with a multitude of ity and all Nervous Complaints, after having Fancy Goods

dwarf drones, to the disadvantage of tested its wonderful curative powers Albums Stationery.We W. FENDRICH,
bees, combs, and owner. Fertile in thousands of cases, has felt it his dutyto Successor to Albert Fries,
make it known to his suffering fellows. can save you money in anything in I Keeps 20 varieties of Purp-br d Fowls.
". workers are always present with these Actuated by this motive, and a desire to Music, Art or Fancy Goods. Write us for Yards", : Shell Road near Moncrief Spring
bees. At time? they sting fearfully ; prices. Eggs for Hatching, 52 per dozen.P. .
relieve human suffering, I will send, free O. Box :ssi.? Jacksonville 11a.tomMentinn
at other times they are nearly as of charge, to all who desire it, this recipein PI' pat
peaceable as Italians. However, they German, French or English, with ful -
for Sale.
will not venture an attack unless the directions for preparing and using. Sent Type .
800 pounds Long Primer,the type the DI
hive is disturbed as do the black by mail by addressing, with stamp, nam- LUDEEN & BATES S. MBAVANNAH H. patch is printing from, is offered for sal 1 1I
I ing this paper, W. A. NOYES:: 149 Pow- I cheap. Address
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: be sifted through a fine seive,and then, THE COCAINE HABIT. treatment, which, of course, we do not
: Insect Powder. if not wanted for immediate use, put divulge to the public. Every case thatwe
up in an air-tight glass fruit jar. The Worst Slavery have treated first with Warner'ssafe
Buhach is usually used in the even- Revelations of Power. cure, then with our own private
Pyrethrum in Georgia. ing or in the early morning, because Cincinnati-Times Star. treatment, and followed up again with
Speaking of this plant, Professor J. the dew on the leaves will make the When cocaine was discovered the Warner's safe cure for a few weeks,
E. Willett, of the Georgia Agricultural powder stick to the little insects medical world exclaimed, "thank has been successful. These habits
Department, says: and kill them. Th. powder shouldnot heaven!" can't be cured without using it, be-
"Seeds of t' o species of pyrethrumwere be used on rainy days, for it will But useful as it is, it is also dangerous cause the habit is nourished and sustained -
distributed for experiment hereby wash off from the leaves, and do no especially when its use is pervertedfrom in the liver and kidneys. The
the Department: of Agriculture at good. The insufflator, a little inven- the deadening of pain for surgi- habit can be kept up in moderation,
Washington, some four or five years tion for holding in the hand and cal operations, to the stimulation and however, if free use be also made, at
since. I received packages of both throwing the powder, is the best arrangement destruction of the human body. Its the same time, of that great remedy."
kinds, and succeeded in raising seeds for applying buhach. The first effects are soothing and captivating "Yes, it is a world famed and justly
and in making powder of an excellent powder never injures the leaves of but the thraldom is the most hor- celebrated specific Like many other
.. quality. plants. It can be applied mixed with rible slavery known to humanity. physicians, I used to deride the claims
"The seed should be planted in Feb water. Prof. Riley says that in a mix- J. L. Stephens, M. D., of Lebanon, made for it, but I now know f ruary in a box, or in the ground, and ture where only 1.200 of a pound was 0., was interviewed by our reporter that it is the world's greatest blessing,
the earth should be watered so as to used to the gallon of water the solu yesterday at the Grand Hotel,and during having sovereign power over hitherto
be damp until they come up. The di- tion proved fatal to caterpillars. The the conversation the doctor said : incurable] diseases of the kidneys and
rections were that the young plants water mixture is the most economicalway "The cocaine habit is a thousand times liver, and when I have said that,
should be set out, six inches apart, of using buhach on plants, although worse than the morphine and opiumh young man, I have said nearly everything -
early in the spring,of the second year.I in order to prevent the too bits, and you would be astonished," for most diseases originate in, or
transplanted mine only the second rapid evaporation of the mixture, add he said, "if you knew how frightfully are aggravated by, a depraved condi-
season. I neglected to transplant some some glycerine, about half a gallon of the habit is increasing." tion of the kidneys."
planta.and they were stun ted and failedto crude glycerine being added to forty "What are its effects ?" "People do not realize this, becnuse,
bloom. The pyrethrum is biennial, gallons of water. This mixture kills "It is the worst constitutionwreckerever singular as it may seem, the kidneysmay
and the flowers appeared in April of both the red spider and the scale in- known. It ruins the liver and be in a very advanced stage of
the second year. The flowers which sect, pests that in former years have kidneys in half a year and when this decomposition, and yet owing to the
were left to mature made an abund- been fought against with lye, and work is done, the strongest constitu- fact that there are but few nerves of
ance of perfect seed. The white flow- remained unconquered even when the tion soon succumbs." sensation in them the subject will not
ered species, the Pyrethrum Cineraria} lye was strong enough to crack the "Do you know of Dr. Underhill'scase experience much pain therein. On
folium, bloomed two years in succession bark and injure the trees. here in Cincinnati ?" this account thonsands of people die .
and then died. The rose flowered The use of buhach in liquid solu- "That leading physician who be every year of kidney( disease unknow-
species, Pyrethrum roseum, bloomed tion in this country dates from 1880, came a victim of the cocaine habit ? ingly. Thf-y have so called disordersof
only The conditions when the United States the head of the heart and
once. were very Entomological Yes. His case was a very sad one, lungs
unfavorable. The soil was very sandy Commission discovfd that it couldbe but the habit can be cured. I have and stomach, and treat them in vain,
and almost without humus, and the so used, and the Government En- rescued many a man from a worse con- for the real cause of their misery is
years were characterized by extreme tomologist, in his report for 1881-82, ditie n." deranged kidneys and if they were restored -
drouth. Both species were natives of says that "the finer the spray in which "What, worse: than Dr. Under to health, the other disorders
cold countries, and endure cold better the fluid is applied the more economical hill's ?" would soon+ di appear."
than they do heat. But I am per- in its uss, and the greater the "Indeed, sir, far so Justin M. Hull 1, Dr. Stepheus'c: experience, that can
suaded that they can be grown suc- chance of reaching evere insect in the A. M., ?\1. D president of the Slate! confirmed( by many thousands whomhe
cessfully in this latitude. When cul plant." Board of Hl alth of Iowa and a famed has treated, adds only more emphasis -
tivated on the large scale, the whole -.-. practitioner, and Alexander Niel, M. to the experience of many hun-
plant is cut down and converted into Insect Powder D., professor of surgery in the Colum- dreds of thousands all over the world,
powder. It is not necessary: in such In regard to the manufactory of in- bus Medical College, and president of that the remedy he refers to is with
cases, that the plant should continuemore sect powdertheBuhach Producing and the Academy of Medicine: a man out any doubt the most beniticent discovery -
than two seasons, and it is hereby Manufacturing\ Co., or Stockton, Cal., widely known, Rev. W. P. Clan--ey, ever givt.n to humanity,
better adapted to unfavorable soils and says : "Much\ depends upon the condi- of Indianapolis, Ind., from personal .
seasons. The best po\\der is madefro.m tions of the atmosphere during the experience in opium eating, etc., can Groves where Williams, Clark & Co.'s
the flowers when in full blo: m. time the plant is maturing and whileth t tell you of the kind of success our form( Orange Tn-e Fertilizer has been used are
The flowers are dried in the shade, of wins." looking finely.
*_* flowers are being dried after theyare treatment .
and when thoroughly cured may be picked. The value of the powder "Would you mind letting our read- Malaria.
ground to fine powder in a mortar. depends upon the quantity of essentialoil ers into the secret of your methods ?'' Twenty-five hundred dozen bottles o
The powder should be kept in a tight contained in the flowers of the "Well, young man, you surely havea ordered in one month.It .
box to prevent the escape of the essential rlant. This oil is partially soluble in good bit of assurance to ask a man positively eradicates all Malaria, Fever
oil, which possesses the insecticide water, and when rains or heavy dews to give his business away to the pub- and Ague, Billions and Intermittent
properties. As the powder may be fall upon the plant while the flowers lic ; but I won't wholly disappoint you. of Fevers one thousand in any climate.testimonials.DUE Head. our book
mixed with twenty times its bulk of i are maturing or while they are being I have treated over 20,000 patients.In WESTS. C., March 12, 1883.
flour, without lessening its deadly prop. dried, the effect is particularly injl'rl- common with many eminent phy- G. G. GREEN Dear Sir:-We will soon
erties, it will be-seen that everyone ous to the powder. Consequently the sicians, I, for years made a close studyof need*more Ague Conqueror. It is taking -
who has a garden may easily supply dryer the atmosphere during the time the effects of the habit on the system like hot cakes"Yours and, giving ELLIS satisfaction.BROS.
himself with this valuable poison for the plant is in blossom and afterward and the organs which they most -
insects. Persons desiring to experi while the: flowers are being dried for ,severely attack. Dr. Hull, Dr. Neil FAIKFIELD, Mo., Aug. 29, 1886.
ment with the pyrethrum may obtain grinding, the stronger and more effect- i and Mr. Wilson whom I have men G. G. GREEN, Dear Sir: Your Ague
seed, with full directions for plantingand ive will be the powder produced there- tioned, and hundreds of others, equallyas Conqueror knocks time. the I warrant Chills and Dumb bot-
every every
culture, from the Commissioner of from. Powder made from flowers that expert, made many similar experi- tle and it never fails. I have cured cases
Agriculture, at Washington, D. C." have been grown and cured under favorable ments on their own behalf. We each where quinine had no effect whatever.
conditions may he kept incans found that these drugs worked most Yours, truly, W. H. SHAW & CO.
Buhach. hermetically sealed for years with- destructively in the kidneys and liver ;
Buhach powder is made by pulver- out losing its insect destroying proper. in fact, finally destroyed them. It Garden and Field Seeds
izing the flower-heads of a variety of ties, and consumers of the powder will was then apparent that no cure couldbe
Pyretherum P. cinerariaefoliom. The always find it cheaper and more satis- effected until those organs could be Forage Crops in Particular.Kaffir .
flowers, which look much like daisies, factory to purchase in cans rather thanin restored to health. We recently exhausted Corn-New.handsome and valuable.
Headquarter Seed,50c lb. Postage 16c extra.
are gathered before they quite open, bulk, and if but a limited quantityis the entire range of medical Yellow 3Illlo l'Iaize-EarJy prolific desirable
and should be dried under cover, as used they had better purchase in science, experimenting with all known :.also Large African tlllet,or White
Dura; w ite Mlllo Maize, Early Amber,and
the heat of the sun seems to injure small cans, and there is no reason why remedies for thorgans, and as the Early Orange Lane. These at 25c >tt>, or by
them. So does the heat of stoves, or the smaller packages should not be result of these close investigrtions we mail lie lb.Spanbh.
: Peanut, sire B, by mall 36c lb.
other artificial, heat After drying, if kept by all dealers. all substantially agreed, though fol- Full assortment Garden Heeds, Grass and
only a small quantity is to be pulver- lowing different lines of enquiry, that Clover Field Crops.Peterkin'Heeds. Early and Reliable Corn for .
ized, the flower-heads can be put intoa One pound of bubach mixed with the most reliable,scientific preparationwas Improved Cotton Seed-10 percent
mortar, and covered with a piece of thirty of sulphur, and allowed to stand Warner's safe cure. This was the Send Let for lists of any Seed wanted. Prompt
leather, through which pestle can pass. six hours before using, he recommended second point in the discovery. The attention to orders.J. H. ALEXANDER

After pulverizing, the powder should as a sure remedy for vine hoppers third was our own private form of Seed Store. Augusta,Ga ,'..;....t.


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Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard!, Baker, Polk & Manatee, Ray View, IIMsborough Co., Fla.

Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming, Vegetable!: and Grazing Lands in the State of Flor- ;
ida. Price 51.25 per acre and upwards, according to location. ;
,For further Information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatal,Fla.


Uhlel Clerk and Cashier,Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. line of :arden and Field Seeds 1886 growth. feed Rye Oats Barley,Johnson Grass,
_------------ ---- Alfalfa, Kentucky UUie GrassOnion Sets. Proprietor Riverside Nurseries.; Also full line
Green House Plants always on hand. Neunan &Wilson'Albany Strawberry plants for
ORANGE GROVES sale. Catalogue sent free on application. S. I,. TI Rlt 1'I'J S,
Seedsman and Florist.
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negotiated on First Mortgage Real Estate Bonds.

A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter planting.
Fla. Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialt-Trecs of all sizes.
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Send Catalogue.!
y C"L> <> I..aE"Ycfc CO. San Mateo,Fla.
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rI'I\ 61 West Bay-Ktreet., Jacksonville, Fla. OCALA, I..A.

4 Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. City Management.. First-Claim In :Every Rci pect. Price Iteduced.
It-: and Suburban Property for Sale. Commodious Sample KooniH. AIRS. J* C. SCRANTON, Manager.
e: Correspondence solicited.

.;. J-IHN T. LESLEY" President S. A. JONKS: Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE! ,Sec&:Treas ROYAL PALM NURSERIES.

Our new Catalogue of Rare Exotic; Plant, and general Nursery: Stock,is now ready.

TAMPA, FLORIDA, Price, 15 cents, Postpaid.
Are reHab !and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every (Mailed tree to all customers.)
de crlpUo. of( Heal Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive KEASONER BROS.,
waaphleC and new.paper, lUanatee:> Florida.


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Tb..e: FJ.oric1.a :D1spatca: : 123.0:

With the Magnificent Connections. "

The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South. -
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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
Florida Railway between Tampa and Hanford, 8.:,.F. & AV. Ry between Jacksonville, Gainesville, River Junction and tavannah, Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship
Line between Savannah, Philadelphia, Boston. and New York. The best equipped, fastest and most prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest. Receivers -
and shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection: '

Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah. Double dally fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and Sa-
vat nah to all points in Florida; fast fre Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior i and Live Oak.
and Coast points, Including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and I Tri-weekly service by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company, sailing from
Providence. I New York (New Her 33, North River,) direct for Savannah Tuesdays,Thursdays and Satur-
Trlwec.aklconnection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah days.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursday
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company, leaving Savannah direct, making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. for all points in Florida. Only direct line from New England to the South.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steamship' Company, leaving From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., sailing from Philadelphia every Saturday for
Savannah every Thursday. Savannah direct.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via the Ocean Steamship Comany, leaving Savannah From Baltimore Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., two steamers per week
aturday. from Baltimore for Savannah direct making close connection with S., F. &: W. Ry for all
Sailing days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. I I points South.
The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest'and best fast freight route from all points North, East and West to Florida. For full particulars rates,stepcils and shipping. receipts apply
to any agents of the above lines,or to WM. P. HAHDEE, tien'l Freight Agent,}> avannah, ua.
C. D. OWENS, Traffic Manager,Savannah, Ga. W. M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Traffic Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. D. H. ELLIOTT, Trav. Agent, Jacksonville.


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


Hugh MacCallum (Late Of Scotland.) Solicitor, ,


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Late Pesldent Bank Late Cashier Bank of Orlando. Formerly Cashier Com'l Rank of
of Ormndo. Lebanon, Ky. Late of Potter, .,Johnson & Stokes' CARDEN AND FARM MANUAL for 1887 will be mailed Free I
Viviou &: Co., Bankers, 3 to all who write for it. Valuable and Interesting. Handsomely illustrated with
Bowling Green, Ky. ;over 2,000 varieties BEST CARDEN, FARM AND FLOWER SEEDS, Fancy !
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORLANDO Co. Fla. Poultry, &0.. Address JOHNSON & STOKES, Seed Crowers, Philadelphia, Pa.
Orange ,J.i. ';..,:::;.;_-;",.----".. -- -=_. :x... .#- _' .-_ -..- ..'-? --- ---
Capital Stock Paid hi, $r)OOOO.OO | Autliorilfd Capital, $250.000.00, : -

Tenders Its best services to the public in all legitimate Banking business. Collections In \\

this region of country inad.e and remitted for promptly-- onjthc-day--of--payment.-----_- _._ -_ n e ROSESEs



Booksellers Stationers Paper DealersNo. QO FRUITORORNAMENT AL TREES, GRAPE VINES
OR ANlfTIlING IN TilE NURSERY LINE, without first writing
_. for our valuable FREE Catalogue the I
29. West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. BEST we ever' issued, containing the Rarest New and (1 121 YEAR. 700 ACRES.
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FRANK A. COI""RAN, Proprietor.

((01 the Twin Mountain House, White Mountains, N. H.) THE LARGEST STOCK IN FLORIDA.

GOOD :FLORIDA .... .. ... .... . . ..... ... 9.00'per .'
13,000 Acres
Lime, Planter, Lath, Cement, Hair, Fire, Fire Brirk, Fire Slabs, Fire Mortar.
Of tbe best quality of heavy oak, hickory and cabbage hAmmock. having miles of river and
bay fronts and best water protection In Florida. Especially TYSEN, SMITH A: CO.. 12 AVest Bay St.
adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables. ... .. _
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"V i hR..o! ;: o iH Real I Estate & Insur.I Agents, apr 2- :OC 5 CJQ(Qz; I CelebratedAETREEJ

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all the Town towns propert.improved the Manatee River and unimprovedIn Beautiful river and .. M A IU R E.
on L' II-J!! ;: f Z: 4':;" "..l':1.:.. .!t>.::.:ir.. ;''!,
bay fronts. Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites
on mainland and Inlands. Yachting unsurpassed Correspondence solicited.

FOR In PO8trt! !(iitamP".OPlDon r, ( pl.t.e.ch)
30c. mnd mail, I O PACKETScone following a
rare and vnlnnMe we will flower by Seeds A8TEK8.prepaid,new double dwarf roquet,extra fine Ammonia . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.50 per cent. .
mixed Doable: IUI.81aS(Camellia flowered),very large double rich colors: DU TlllS A vailable Phosphoric Acid . . . . . . .. 4.00 "
( Dildem Pink),rich velvety colors; GIANT GERMAN PANSIES .
from the H&rtz Mountains Germany.the finest. larjje t.moxt beautiful in the Potash J . . . . . . .. ... . .. . -. .I-..0 "
world Rose flowered PETtAILlarge), nearly flowering all doable all flowers colors;striped PHLOX.blotched DRI[ IMorDI1.;POKTlLitli bright' :. colors(D'ble; 'J Soda. . . . . .*. . '. . . . . 2.00 .*

VERllENt.liools mixed;ZlftMl(Pompone).extra.larged'bleonefine; OrBkravnUlirmix :Magnesia. . . . . . . . . . . . S.oo .*
.+ (size. pnrkets| one splendid for 3Oc.t1h. ortwo I.1r PI.for."|6Oc.one beAutiful Directions lTfrl,; forcaltivatingoneach...tinr'no.r-in all.1 3 Oar fall Lime. . . . . . . . . . . . 5.00 u
beautiful mas.88-pp.catalogue oc 'und.bythebu5ieirCllMC the acre.Address OAITIULL|| | WILSON,A BuCAS CO.vPa.GEORGETOWN \\ thc best" results." It is no tlito.cU4-.il: Fertilizerbut one which has stood, thc 1
test" for years,and j if properly used cnnno fail I to rtj.; y its cost many times over in the in- j ,
creased yield of Oranges, general health and rapid { /ovt'tli of the tree. ::1..
It is and always has been the same superior Fertilizer when first introduced years ago,
and w'e guarantee that its quality will be sustained in the future as in the past,as we do not .'
NURSERIES.A.NJ propose to cheapen it by the introduction of any inferior and lower priced sources of.Ammonia :
Phosphoric Acid,Ax.
: AND ORANGE TREES Our ORANGE. TREE Manure securely! packed in barrel of 25O: lbs.
Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good health locks. Send for descriptive pamphlet to
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, P. McQUAID, Jacksonville, Fla.,

AARON Wes, Geor eto-w--.n, Fla 1 I Where a full supply of it is constantly on handler to ,

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SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WEST'N Put man Buffo Cars and Mann,, i
udolr! J.
Buffet Cars T. L _
viaVayero Albany
s. 'as
UAI3JWA % con, And vii Waycro, Jemp and M \*::t- G 11 NtiT1; A T4-=-- j SEEDS 1

WAYCROSS SHORT LINE between .THckJon;; "Jlle and Cincinnati AI !.: Union Block aTTIZ. 1 SEEDS !
through I'assengertoaches between Jacksori'ville EN..J.11 ."
and Chattanooga. 1range: Groves,Pine/ ? A.G

TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. 5, 1886. Pullman Iluffttl -ars to and from Jacksonville :\ \},...., sun :-r .,. FLA. \ -
and Nashville via Thomasville and lu4t heft flmOck landS

All Trains on this Road are run by Central :Montgomery. "-- ,\ J' I, and Clover Seeds,
Standard Time.Passenger Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville! A 2-story Ll, p.tnot' e pont and \ Crass

Trains, will leave and! arrive daily, and \\F shlngtnn.TIJlou hordes! and mules, "'gi", I and Potatoes,
as follows h Tlr keta sold to all points by RnI trim, in Ocala, sold to Muse A Seed

WEST INDIA PAST: MAIL. and Stead !ship connections and baggage -,.. head of \\\1.i and Flower Seeds< ,

Leave Tamp via H. I''. It. II........ ...... 8:00 p mat checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths 23 acres! bearing hammock ;g, jn tine Garden
Sanford via J.,T. &i K. W......... 1:00 a m and sections secured ut the Company's office from Court-house, and on pr nci. Big Flowering Plants.
*' Jacksonville.. .. .. In Astor's building, 82 Ba street, and at PJIS all high! and well protected by or g. 'Vegetable &
... .. ....._......_ 7.0. a n water small \
Arrive Jacksonville.............................12:00 n'n senger! Station and on board People's Line :growth; good well of condition., !\ lie.>
j Arrive Waycross..............................? 9:1{} a no Steamers H. b. Plant and ChnMahoocheenndDeKaryBaya .house; trees In thriving .

Arrive Savannah .................................IIA5 a m Line Steamer City of JHCHSOUvillc. ls,6oo. best hammock land 60 ru. quoted on application.
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Arrive Charleston................?............. Wp ro WM. P HA :IiBK.: ncres bain in wood 2 miles from Relicview. Prices
cleared 4
Arrive Richmond......?........?............ 6:W.1 m "Ir rn PaR. "cr AgentRir1 Price Vl,000.'dl sell this in 40acretracts Catalogue mailed FRS*
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Arrive Washington,..........?...............11:00( a ro "" \4"JO.Co"1" "nntcrlt at ?5 acre. This land has Cunning scriptive
Arrive Baltimore.................................i2.ix p m --. water on it and per a splendid muck pond near Solicited.Kentioa .
Arrive Philadelphia........................._ 2:17 p m that will afford desirable fertilizer forvegptahl's. Correspondence
Arrive New York...................?........... 5bO p m YOU DON'T S \.y SO' very

Pullman Buffet(lire Tampa to Washington, Southern Sportsmen Lock Here I()cres hammock land,1 mile of"ltrn Station t
and New York to Tampa.NEW In trees not T.rioi9 (! .
7 Injured
The following Holliday: Combination good ncres bearing grove; O TS
ORLEANS EXPBE3 only until Jan. 3, 18S7. h l y cold, enclosed; by good fence; two city lots \ IJ
Leave Jacksonville..............?........ .. /KHra) In Clt rt. All for $3,500-: ,
Arrive Jacksonville........................... 7:3 p iri Every article warranted or the money re- 2OOO acres land from 2 to 3 miles' of Belle- "'
Leave Callahan...............-...-........... 7:!(3 a m lunded. Htie Goes! view; l/iOO) acres best! hammock balance No. FT T
Arrive Waycross................................. ? 9:10: a ro COMBINATION No. 1 pine and mixed land. Price $25, per acre. fd 0. 10 S. Y.1.; J."

Arrive Thomasville ........ ...........?....... 1:22 p in One Imported English double-barrel Property on the beautiful lake Weir at from th! svaver.EENTH ST.
Arrive Bainbrldge..... ............ ............ ;&:a,5 p m breach-loading Shot-gun, finest laminatedsteel $20 to fV' () per acre. Call on or address above. __.............n_ VA.
Arrive Cbattaboochee........................ 4U:( p m barrels double oiled stock --- -- ----- :\1\11.11"-. =,
key rebounding -
,' Arrive Pensacola via L. & N.R. R_..J 141:10 p w locks checkered pistol grip, Eng JOHN F. STRATTON'SCKLKBIl andConslgnmen's

Arrive Mobile via L.&N.R. R........... 2:15: a m llsh finish, pat.,rubber butt-plate, l", 12 or Iiiguaea ) \TKI Oranges ons !
Arrive New Orleans viaL. &N.R.R... 7:10 H rn will kill
f Arrive Albany..................................... :3J2p m 25 brass fr-agnlHcent shells. gun, at 100 Brass Hand Instruments.ALSO .
1 Arrive Macon via Central It. R.......... 8:21 p m yards;low trunk solicited. Liberal
One -shape gun case, waterproof
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R........12:15: a m leather bound barrels made. Would pleased to correspoianc.es
canvas, placed over
Arrive Chattanooga via W. & A.R.R. 5->'> a m stock-the most convenient cuse made. JOHN F. STRATTON'SGold parties desiring to ship here. with

Arrive Nashville via N.C.&St L R.RHio a m One implement set, containing:; loader, cap Trumpet Summers 3Iorrikoii & Co.,
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. B.._ G:5'J! p m shell-extractor and Accordeons. '
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville per, measure. 171 South Water St., Chlca o.
oiler I leather bound waterproof
One pat. pocket -
and New Orleans via Pen acol and shell' belt with "boulder; strap; 1 water- The handsomest Accorde Refer to Metropolitan: National Bank, Chicago -
Mobile to and from Jacksonville and Loulsvllle coat 1 ons In the market. ; J. ('0.. Cbicntro.I
proof canvas ,any size; waterproof can-
j via Thorn svllle, Atlanta and Nashville, ; vas vest any size. ; 1 waterproof can va' pants, JOHN..VT. STKATTON'S THE DINGEE & CONARD CO'S
and Cincinnati Jacksonville, via Jesup.
I any size; 1 waterproof canvas hat. any size; Piccolo Accordeons. BEAUTIFUL E'EIt.llLUOJJ.lNGROSES
j A C. LINK RXPKES8. 11 heavy nickel dog call; I parent dues call.

Leave Jacksonville............................. 2:03: .: p m This Magnificent,; Outfit Only $23.50.OR Joke t'. Struttuii'sCclubriiteil

Arrive Jacksonville............................12:00' n'n How DOFF: THIS STRIKE You ? Harp
Leave Callahan................................... 2:47: p ra ( ui'nr
Leave Chattahoochee... ...... ....?.........11:30: a m One English double-barrel muzzle-loading
1 Leave Thomasville.... ..............?........ 1:13: t> y+ shotgun, tine wire twist' t. the'I ifully carved etc., etc., etc. For 1 R Years our (1 real Specialty ha been
Arrive Waycross................................. 4MO: p m black stock. silver mountings; 1 waterproofcanvas growing and distributing IIOSJES. Wehavealltb*
Arrive Brunswick via B. 4 r. It. R... 8:28 P m coat; 1 waterproof canvas hat; 1 waterproof .Jnll F. STISATTWN. Lnt CM!:Novelties and finest standard tvt't.in differ-

Arrive Jesup............................. ... .. 6:16 p m game bag: t patent shot. belt; 1 embossed 49 Maiden. _.Lane, New York. ent sizes and prices to suit all.We send sT RO Uo,n .OB-
flask 1 nickel --- -- eta 'LAa It' safely by mail or express to all point.
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Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & O. R. R.1I:20 p m ponder (game pattern); -- ---- -- --
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & G. R.B. 2:2i a in dog call ; 1 patent duck call. 3 TO 12 PLANTS $1.' s8 11 o e2
I Arrive Chattanooga via E.:: T. V. Oar 5K)finest
Arrive Cincinnati via C. H. R. R........ 6:1.: p m No? Well how is Tins ? I AM BOUND TO varieties:NewtiunleS8pp.1descnbe8 of Ioyestbe' best Hardy nearly!Shrubs, A
Arrive Haviinnah....................?.:......... !:*t3 p m PLEASE ALL. Climbing; Vines and New and Rare Flower ..
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Arrive Charleston .?.. ? ? 1:25 a m One barrel breech-loader blue barrel Heeds, and! tells" how to irro\vtliein-FltKK
Arrive Wilminfton....... ..................?.. K:30am single Snider action, 7 A Beautiful Spot in a Healthy Leoatie*. Address THE DINCJEE ,\: ('O AUn CO.,
oiled walnut !stock weight %
Arrive .. .......... ........................ 2:15 p m IDs.! :31 I Inches Id: 23 brass shells Rose.. Growers. U'cist. < long. -- -- -- -- -- -- -
Arrive Richmond .................M........... 6:00: p m cartridge gauge belt ; holds hundred ;
1 waterproof one -
................. Unequalled for Orange Culture.and Trucking.
Arrive Washington-I ..........11:00: p m rounds 1 setloadercapper, THE CHAMPION FENCE WORKS
Arrive Baltimore..............................12:33: a m ; and Implement I ,
shell extractor measure.
Arrive Philadelphia......... .............. 4 r_ 3:45 a mArrl $6.oO. I
This Outfit Oaljr On the F. R. & N. Cola main line 35 miles
v. New York................................ 1:10 a D1 :. miles E. M. WESTON, Manager.
south of Ocala, S north of Leeaburg.!
Pul'man Buffet Bleening Cars to and from Finally I can sell you Imported English
breechloaders from 811.50 to SIW English Transportation unexcelled.A Works Waycross
1 Jacksonville and New York, also Jackson Depot,
vllle to Cincinnati via Jesup. muzzle loading guns from SJ.OJ to S''8. Five specialty of Educational Facilities, moral
+ hundred revolvers from 8.5 cts to S13eoh.Remington home influences, health and reasonable (In centre of E. Bean's Packing-House)
repeating rifles' Stevens' rifles, from all agricultural and industrial Jacksonville Fla.
Leave Jacksonville............................. 5:00: p m Flobert parlor rifles, Coli's; new lightning profits All I ask: is a personal inspectionof ,
Arrive Jacksonville .. ..... .........-...... S.55 a m magazine rifles and cirbines.' Smith & Wes pursuits.
Home and This Is the and most desirable
Leave Callahan...... ............M...............M 5:41 p m : son's revolvers,and in fact, sporting; outfits of Orange vicinity. Fence made.cheapest It Is made of the best
Leave Waycross.................................. 7:68 p m every kind and variety at manufacturers and Will sell Real Estate Orange'Groves, Town JtKSSKMElt nrow $EEL n'1JBand Yellow
Leave Gainesville ......................?........ 3:55 p m importers Jobbing Prices. Lots, Hammock and High Pine Lands. Pine Picket Orders for Fencing
I Leave Lake City..................... ........... 3:2.i. p mLeave Save retailers' profits and send direct to me Orange Home is an ESTABLISHED Come and .
TOWX see samples.I
Live Oak ................................... 7:20) p m for what you want or need. The advertised malls general stores etc.
Leave Thoraasville ...............-..........._ll:3u:: p m goods are not j.b lots but are, even nvzv, In am ole* agent for the Counties of Duval
Arrive Albany......................_...,...... .. 1:55 a in Bond, in the Government warehouses.in New best Corespondence furnished. solicited. References of the Clay, St. Johns! Marion and Ala"hua for the,
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:30:: a m York city. Chit ipion Fence )IlI".s.Iachlne can
Mobile via L. & N. It........ 2:10
Arrive R. ? p m \ Don't buy until you write to me. in .
o Catalogue.; Le seen operation at ray works.!! __q
Arrive New OrlE'ansIa L. & N. R.R. 7:30: pm.
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R... 7u> p m but if you nefd anything in the Sporting \v. c. nom. E. M. WESTON,
Arrive Louisville via I.. & N. R. R..... 2:12 Goods line, write to me before purchasing
: a m Orange Home, Sumter Co., Fla. Manager
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elsewhere wanted on Outfits. .
agents my '
Arrive Cincinnati via L. fe N. H. R... 6:30:: a m -- -- -
Arrive St Louis via L.& N. H.R......... 7:40 a m Send money at once for outfit.
Pullman Buffet <.arstoand from Jackson Do not send money otherwise than by P. O. The Largest and Most Complete Establishment -
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vllle and Louisville,viaThoraasville, Albany, Monev Order, Bank Draft on New York, or South.Ji1 I
r Montgomery Nashville, and to and from by Express.
e Bartow and Montgomery via Gainesville. a -Write your name nnd shipping directions -
plainly and distinctly.
Address at once
Jacksonville............................. 101:15 p m p4. PIANOFORTES.UNEQUALLED
Arrive Jacksonville. ....... .................. C:15: u m KDIIIUMI: S. ItlOKISAN, ? ? .

Leave Callahan .............................. {U:<5pm Key Port, New Jersey. IN
Arrive Callahan................................... 6:25 a m Correspondence solicited in German, Tone Toneb and
Leave Gainesville-... .. ..................... 3:55 p m French, Spanish, Swedish and Norwe lm. r Workmanship, Durability
Arrive Gainesville. ............................11.:0.<> > a in WILLIAM KXA11E A CO.
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Leave Lake City.................................- :3:2): p in -- ///os.' 204 and 206 West Baltimore Street,Baltimore
Arrive Lake City................................10:15' a n1 I No. 112 Fifth Auenue, New York.
Leave Live Oak.....................?............. 7:20 pIn II I
Arrive Live Oak- ................................ 6:jt)H in II THE' JU' "'J' llhALTJl; KESUnT

Arrive ThomaHVille-........................... 7:15a in $&$fflm&Mft&m&s I
Arrive Albany 1 ...................................11:10") a in te IS! OX TIIK
Arrive Montgomery: via Cen. It It._ 7:).'; p m -ttitt 3sB&al I Line of the tloridii .Southern.Irn.surpaed .

Arrive Nashville via L &: N. K. R?... u i.V, a m I,! by any other section for the
Arrive ixmlsville via L. Arrive Cincinnati: via. I... &: N. II. R.. 6 35 p in 9t, s s, a n, i, artcomfng to Florida,whatever may be your
Arrive St. Louis via L. & N. R. R...... 8:0' p m I means or cot dition, you will most assuredlybe

Arrive \Vay cross..................... ...?......11:20 p in I Geo. S. Hacker & Son pleased with this Centre ol the Lake Re
Arrive Brunswick via BV.. II.1t.- 6:4Ha m I ,," rf'1.. '1nn'i':' .:r.E i .r I gion. H. L. REED,
Arrive Albany via B.& W. R. It......... 4:1.; a in ..o tON.SfJ's.! Plttman Fla.
Arrive M coi via Central It. It.......... SU a in MANUFACTURER OF _
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R. ...... 1:05 p m The very best! and cheapest Fence made. MAYVVOOD.
Arrive Chattanooga via W.&A. R.R. 7i>7 p m Straight galvanized telegraph; wire to which DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDING

Arrive J sUl)............................-..........- 1:0 a m each picket is i firmly riveted. Can be put. up I :Groves made ana warranted on the most
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. A H... tin*0) a m very rnpldiy and so as not to srv-verv tlura- favorable terms"", in one of the most healthy
Arrive Macon via E. T. V & G. R.R... 7:3apt\) ble. The only fence used by the Boston. find I i And Building Material. sections! of Florida. Boarding and houses to
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V &G R. 11.1130 a m Albany R. R. ('o. Di not confound It withan I rent at moderate prices :send for particulars
Arrive Cl1attanoga vlaJ;.T.V.&O.ltH. 65p! i*; Inferior article. : Office Warerooms, King op. Cannon ht. and 1X cents for glimpses at the Orange Land.

Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. K....?.. i:.u) a in For crinttve circulars address", asnGRIND Charleston, S. (!. For reference we reier you to the editor of

Arrive savannah..............-......?......_. 6:10: a m I ----. ----.... --------- --- -- -- I this paper. Direct to
Arrive Charleston ....... .... ............ -12:!: 5pin YOUR OWN I ,\ H. REED.Pittman .
Arrive Wilmington ......_.................... h'W::;() p in n I Bone i Meal CONSUMPTUJNsI rillL.tlli .
t Arrive Richmond,........ ............?......._lt<:li a m -Jf" OyMerSbellf -- --
Arrive Washington'-: ......?............ ...... :3:10pm Graham Floor & Corn. in the hare a positive reined/ fur tho above dlau\Oe: brit : t.nH'J: : t1ltSEliY.NutSrity '
Arrive Baltimore............ ....?.?.......? 4 51 p m O(w HAND MlllFp=" use thousands of ca-es of the wont tint and Of fonjfi : HTOCK of choice Imported varieties -
Arrive Philadelphia. -................... 7:17 p mArrjvo _. "'. $ Off ,er c.-ot.morenabs 1 tan dins:: have been curtI!. It:.foetroreUn n'r faith of ORANGE and LEMONS, acclimated and
New York ................. ........__ 1J': IJ p m: in keeping o..ttl'Y. Also PIlt'EIIMll.IJSand I In tnc::Us-therwIt efficacy,aVAl.t'.tfLE4irATlSEonthis that I will PC- l TWO! COTTLIS CUllOIliAeto i IIEE, tested at Belnir. Also' PECAN TIEES. Applyto
.. JKA1UI FEEU JllILI....*..CIrcnlanandt etimontaaiUUO8. &ul.aJr"rt'f. (iitori"-.4 M. ll*. O. 'to.1reo.! Douald Houston, Supt. at lielalr. or
coittnlted t. next column, .eDt >.JJplic&UOD."J.LtO UMaB.t: ".. DR. T.J. :::1.\.11.; lU rru1 S'",Yaw York T. F. HUGGINH, Agent, Sanford



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% :- : -=- .. 1, Nurseries of Lake Weir Co. S. B. HUBBARD & CO.

Bargain8 I '100OOO'Orangc anil Lemon: Trees, ,

in Baal Fatal F 0 It .t-D ;lOur trees are very thrifty, three and four JACKSONVILLE FLA.
8 year old stock, % to P4 inch diameter, with
g ,,I "..dTUfC' one year old buds. Nurseries easily accesOble -
Grove to Florida Southern Railroad. bend for
Catalogues. Address WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

Eilh"ety o'anaa1 E. B. FOSTER, )Manager

\er, 6 miles south dec21-ly South Lake Weir Fla. DEALERS IN

Hernando County T pfalns IN::')acrtu,3t() acres
Lands ALBERT FRIES Hardware, Stoves and 'fin-1 rare,
lirove contains
a 2000 trees ,
.. ST. NICHOLAS FLA. Sash Doors and Blinds
I WHI .en for ot Pald.UiV'tseut> crop 3fO0: boxes. Also : ,
tract of Eighty one.tourth; cash "of other hearing fruit! trees! AOENT FOR
Oils and
acres a beau Under Varnishes Pumps
Oriole s 1 I If tnl w. ,
to oping GEO. ri. UAKiat'SROTTED
pine -
,land nesJapan Persimmons,, plums,
waste on r ea1.200 b
tfon for a the tract.doNCountJ", for glom No a lal'ears. figs, etc. Large barn, pack- BONE MANURE Lead: and Iron Pipes, Sugar -

Orange omagnlricentVi'tebreRnutitu 1 lnd(>ca- 1e1."e, green-house, tenant house, poul- Decomposed! with potash.\ Mills, Leather and

drd with running water, wharf, art. slan Priced per ton, free on board In Jacksonvlll-(

\Adjoining) the town site ot ail\, sUlphur bathitu pool, in tact a completelace. Samples of ItJdiilerent grades of Fertilzet. Rubber Bdt and
yards OrIole and put by Mr. Baker, can be seen at the lei
abl up
to Ts 40 aorps from land) rafJroadt.O Modern cottage hou e of 10 looms, be- man 1)t ug Store, 19 E. Bay St. Jacksonville. Mill Supplies

-wn' Jots. ". Suitable of for all)l 'r' sides laundry, bath-room,stoie-room,etc., all Send i tent stamp for ca nlo up..

JaYfn'!1our-! with hot and coM water. Grounds well of every description.
;' lore Profitable than Oranges !
J'orsaleorrpnti r store stocked
with choice shrubs and flowers. For
room, PaImPdhln0rlle-afvlole !hand further particulars address Send for Catalogue of "
offi' on t", n xt to... toftice. A NEW DEAL"Company
school church* built this v stores, saw- 1\'. F. FULLER, GrapeVin.es

8CcommRdery, re ureA. for a perrailroad San Mateo, Fla. Suited:; to the soil; and climate of Florida, BY
other housesmanentd Grown and for sale at the

.1400 built, orrent there I for toe'pasta 17 atlracJbsrs.,"A binum. Will sell for Farmers' Wagons and Carts. Aiiduliihin. and and Fort; Nurseries San Luis Vineyjirds Deere &

Improvement Company If you want a firstclassVagon or CVnCheap Is ear Tallahassee, Fla.

The Oriole par sale or rent, a two-story for Cah, call on I:. UUISO1S, Iaiiagrer. MOLINE, ILLINOIS.

have Just b- town of Oriole, five rooms H. I). ZAIIM, Send for Price<; List of FLORIDA WINES.
house in .A front, single' piazza rear, hall
double r below. Will sell for f1ilWt* or rent Jacksonville, .Fla. is Two Horses can do the mil of Three
Notice hereby given of the formation ofa
above,.er annum. Splendid location. Office, H. Berlick's Store, East Bay Stre I
corporation, named the The E. Moulle
for'J' Farm Wagons from. 85.00; to $12. "
Florida Klo>al Perfumery Company whose
Carts and Drays from . .t:T.00) to 52S:L"' principal place of business fi\hallbe,Jacks-on! A SAVING 0 OE F ONE.THIRD

.' vide, Florida The general nature of Its business -
.-/ shall be the manufacture and dealing Inevery !
/ JOYCE & HUNT variety ol toile, articles and growingof IN THE COST OF PLOWING.
flowers and plants for said business.

31 Whitaker Street, avannah, Ga., The Capital :Mock authorized is Twenty 24 inches Turned with.a rjr: ; (16 inches
DEALERS: IN Thousand I Dollars> to be issued hilly' paid up. hsreto/brs/

Sumter County Lands. VEW HOME and other )IRchlne attachments The Cornorat'on commences on filing the articles -
and parts lor all machines Oil, Needles 1'' with the Secretary Of State, and continues
"' etc. Also Manos, Organs and Vapor Ten Years from that date
Cook Moves, Just the thing for bummer/: use. The business is tube conducted by Three
Eighty acres of high and dry pine land, tend for catalogue.SORiETHiSQ. Directors! from among whom a President
wit bin 4 miles of Rusbnell and 8t.CatheiIne Miid a Secretary and Treasurer shall be

Stations on F. R.& N.fats line and same dls-! ; WORTH HAVIHU I chosen, the same to be elected y. any aR the
tance from Dragem and Pemberton Junctions By-I a ws prescribe.
on F. R. R. II. Good orange and farm. OUR NEW SEED: CATALOGUE FOR 1887. The The highest amount of Indebtedness or liability -
ins land. Price $19 per acre. Most Complete Illustrated Catalogue published the corporation can sul-Jt-c itself to at
(over 400 Illustrations ) NEW SEEDS!: NEW any time is Five Thousand 1'ollars.
In the town of Webster, on F. S. R. R. I fPWnvrrSLC! for tho FARMER OEHROE E. WIL'ON.LOHENZO I t
offer for sale 2 acres, close by..tatlon. ; 17i orange L7LI: UJLJ .&0 J.'tJ I.doand GARD NEB A. WILSON'
tr 'e* Just coming: into house Send your address on Postal Card for FREE ... -
21x23: t, one and a half storlt-s high; beau COPY. SY HAINES & CO. Feedamen, I
tlful place. Price$3,500. 64 & GO N. Front St. and 100 Arch St., Phila.. Pa. i lWblli

J>t of one acre In Webster. 100 yards from She gmtest plov Isproyeaeat cf the tiaei,

station; house, 15x21! feet two stories; a bargain I CURE HTSIWhen ,

$250. Front the station. :co ."" --" .... THE "NEW DEAL" WHEELED
t say cure I do not mean merely to atop them for. -' f ..JfItIle1nY.lpd \< I
Small store house: In Webster 1 lying time and then bate them return Ri.in./ I mean a radical ( ( ;:: .... -frt'lJ '
rooms cure. I have made he dUeiine of 11'S..triU-.raY or FALLINO ( -i \ WALKING PLOWS
above; corner lots; right at station. Will !sell SlCKN&sS a llle-lonKBtudj. I.arrant.. my remedy to ."-'= :' 'f. ,
or rent Cure the worst cast*. Because otheis. ve faneliis no ENSILAGEAND
reason for n t now receiving\ a cure Fend a&once for a SINGLE AND DOUBLE FURROW.THE
trtatlne' and a Free Bottle of my InfslllMe remedy. Give
Ex I Teas aDd ron Office. It('olt.yeu nothing for*trial, ; "NEW DEAL" is lighter In draft and more
DU. H.G.ROOT,1S3 Pearl St.,N.T
nit I will core your Fodder Gutters
easily handled than a hand-plow, and. cats amore

COL. ALEX. J DALLAS These Cutters guaranteed to cut faster, run uniform furrow
lighter do a greater variety and better work THE NEW DEAL" i I.. lighter draft InWCighti
(U.S.A. retired.!: ) than any machine made. More Ross Cutters In use and lighter in price than a sulky plow

San Antonio, llcriiaiidn ('o.. l-'la. for Ensilage than all other machines In the United Ensilage 1 do all its work.
States combined. Cutters especially for
Marion County Lands. REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE ; heavy strong, rumple, nevergetout. of THE NEW DEAL" Gang cuts 21 Inches with the
order, and last a lire-time. Dry Fodder Cutters, draft of a 16 inch hand plow-a saving of 50 percent
Notary Public and CVmveyumer.Solicits 12 sizes hand and power. Largest machines In the in labor. Does all the work of a four-
world. The largest' Cutter Factory In the horse with less horse and little
Fine Farm and Gro.e.Tbe attention riding gang one
Orange la Isforsaie. Prompt tri'lcorre cutters
United States, and the oMli/oue building more than half the coot.
pi ulence. Send st THE "NEW DEAL" Plows' ALL STEEL
"A" HO are ,
-- -- trated Catalogue psges.Ea
best farm for the money In Marion 36 A YS'---TR-I'At. insuring crcattat. ,eireugth with lightest weight.
county; 7 miles from Ocala the county seal : I ROSS o.eo N Pt3R nttr Stt.AlbannyaN.ZOtl.
4 miles from Helleview and 1U miles THIS NEW Ire Thin is no untried and rickety experiment, and
irons "L' t Bcvk on EwU&(e seat fite to aU who name this|P&l'C1.SEED
Santos, IlMllroad stations on toe }1'. R. AN. I 7 ELISTJG TRUSS I' these claims are not made recklessly to attract at
Can now be had ai least $500 under its value. ), tention. This fynteni id the outgrowth of careful
!t is high rich hammock; 45 acres In cultiv 1m --_ %; llaa a 1'od ditTerent from n11>> observation and experiment reaching over period
; = others is rnn shaw with Sell with rational view of the
Lion, :X> acres In timber. Two hOU" s, a lrR f' adjusting! Ball in l tnter.ad3.p; > of year*, a requirementsof
and small one. Near a spj ing of puke water SENSIBLE f itself to all positions of Ii the times.
Over :20J orange trees, 40 bearing. The a.ced TRUSS body while the ball in tlll'I: They are superior to any plows ever offered,
owner, unable It, IM selling it and presses back the Intestines POTATOHEADQUARTERS and the moat economical plows ever placed in the
bushels ss=ss just as a person
Bend for circular.
guaranteeing 20 of corn per acre un R'ithlight the Uer- market.
pressure -
fertilized; also the successful crowing/: tiaishekisecurelythy oeswiththefinger.and nlphtiin4 a radical core to Statd AK"...... our t.ue UO' r .
every kind vegetable and trust to be raised ;crtain It is easy,dnnble and chean. Sent bymail Ctrlnlaa r; ,
in the mange belt, and a rife: I I't>11 farmed ; free. LGGLLSTOX TRUSS. CO., Chicago, 111.. 1 Orignal importer of
U the famous Prince
of -,110
$ per annum on Its price during term 01 Lu Ed ALB.
purchase years' time. Price &VJO"; on font Catalo -- ward Island
s pay mtnts, or$3,000< cash. SITE'S Elistralei Seed uet the Early world Rote for earlvacd best in .
; & Cinset Fcrr .
FREE to all applicant dextrine handsome crop. All sere
CHOICE SKLECTIONSof FLOWER, the standard varieties : ra ; r:
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SI.Lt ; .
.IJor- .
VKGKTABLE.FIELD.BIRD: SEEDS bat no fancy kinds. ) l ,
I ic., ASPARAGUS and other roots, Z =-- Now in etore and
: and Plain CultiI -
trust to name and of best qualitJ.UIPLJUIKNTS Walking
and everything -
HOMEN .IN FLORl. taming to the GARDEN or GREEN per -- lloe' Beauty of I vators.ALSO .
HOUSE at lowest prices. A TRIAL "-

\VM. H. MITH, 8eed man, Ac.State Send of for Maine Cat-

-- 1018 MARKET ST., Philadelphia, Pa. logas FREE. Planet Jr. Cultivators and Garden Teds;


Oriole, IIorrmn County. STEEL

WIRE 80c. PER ROD. I!A II HIM) IVIltr Fi. N1.NG.:
WE WANT Agent every bore u travel and distribute
Send circulars C>J;; S VXj V3E .3T lu' every awn and
stamp for colored
Map of Oriole and village they pai Uuuugu. loco..Uo1.UIUCU.OOJ'aud girU.whodo We keep the largest stock ofAGItICUI.TUiLtI.
information how to get a home in Florida, not wUb to be agar from home orrr nigbt, have a grand
close by Railroad in active operation..Splen. z opportunity to make Hundred of Dollars in their own 11'11..I.:1I1.NTSIn :
did orange lands. Large number of a Ticinitr. All wbo wish to dutriOuur circular* for ns will be
required to bare samples of our goods on band to exhibit to
groves already the 4tata.
begun. Purchasers rapidly a whoever mar call on them to see the good: which they are ads
coming In from all over the Union. Attrac rertiiing for u:*. A sample package of our rood and full particalar -
Live plan purchase; but little cash required *will be sent wirb circular F .EE.C7":: Write Catalogues and Prices pent free. Correspond
Bargains oflered.W. and weare an a;{rncr before it I* too I..... Send 3.Q ence solicited.
CENTS ONLY'to help par po.tare( ,packJn .etc..etc.,
.v and we will forward to TOO at once together with a contractfor
TOO to ten. Thi contract exr'Ulns how
B. CLARKSON monthly.aud the EXPENSES IN ADVANCE. AddressS. !
Twisted Wire Rope Selvage.All You can hare your tame and a,Mreis printed on the circulars
widths and sir. <*. Sold by us or any riealerIn in-Une if desired. Addre aiynce
of goods.FREICHTPAID.Inforniationfree. Write Tho Na.lb zi a1. Supply 00.,. B. HUBBARD & CO.
Office : 72* W. Bay St., up stairs, The McMullen Woven Wire Fence CoM BRADFORD ItLOCK. CIXCL ATL OHIO. .
l IS8 & 160W. Lak St., CHIOACOIL&.;;. JackHOOTllle. Fla.MU .


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(Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER SUNDAY t November 14, 1886, 1:30 a m,Trains MANY
will leave and arrive at follows: PERSONS
SOUTH BoujfD. NORTH BOUND. at this season Syrni

..; :!" MS ..: c 'I"l .; ::" o a l .:,. suffer from
fa::. :0.:.= .. :-t tIIII VOLINACORDIAL eitherheadache
0 .c5 0) 0 0 h CIS 0 0 ,,: 0 .o -to ,
.8 S.z S.Z S.Z.:= .8z Sz ;:Z S.z 1 FOR THE CURE OF
$x 1Q S ?... OZ mz ix
? ;i i I": i .;W7:; 2STATIOJ"S.. II' 8 Q; g Neuralgia,
= ,oe f Q) f ,,'" Rheumatism, FEVER and AGUE

! ." .aJ q < E-4J4 ,. 2 ii1 : ,Pains in the
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][ PM PK AX AK PM Leave-Arrive &x Ax AM PM PM AMww Limbs, Back and Or CHILLS and FEVER,

:.._ _.ww. ....... .... w ..... ..Ii.. It. Wharf.. ......- .. .. ........ -...... ........ _..... Sides, Dad Blood,
o 10 80 4 40 S 00 8 40,10, 40 7 41) ......SqnCord..... liS 2l0: 8 00 1 00 ,-I It.) 420 9 10 rXndigetionDyspepsiaf AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.
8 10 -iO 4 48 510 8 5.l0; 5i 7 SS ....... Belair...... 112 2.21 8 2112 48. 3 S) 4(45 8 55

,c ..._ __ ....w ..... :...... ....._ .Crystal Lake. ill _...... ......_...1 I ...... ...... ...... MalariaConstlpatlon&Kidney Troubles.VOUNA The proprietor of toil celebrated medicbjutly
5 10 45 ._'... 515 900 ...... ._ _...Bents.. .... 110 2 16 8 16. 3 ...,. *- CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM claims for it a superiority over all renHieseveroft'ered
! 10 10 55 458 525 9 101130 8 2) .?.Longwood.105 2 06 8 0512.37 3 : 3 40 82S ,
13 1103 5 03 533 9 181150 8'48 ...A.ltamonte.. 102 154 7 5712. 31)) 3 3 o.ils 13 Bad Blood and Kidney Troubles, by cleansing the to the public for the SAP

14 U en 5 06 S 3i 9 2"l112 00 8 50 :..?."M yo.. ..... 101 153 7 .')2 12 23, a 15.. 2 ctS'l blood of all its impurities strengthening all parts CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cmof
1112508 6'43 92711215 9 00 .....Maitland..... 100 118 7,4812ZJ 3 2 551 800 of the body. Ague and Fe ver.or Chills and Fe verwhetler

1811,20. ) 615 662 03$12&1. 915.Winter Park.. fIT 140 74') 12 15 230 750 -*- CORDIAL CURES SICK-HEADACHE of short or long standing. He refers to th

2)) ....._ _.: 6 00 ..._. ..... .. _. ..._*Wilcox .._. 95 ....... 7 32........ 3 00 ...... ..... Neuralgia Pains In the Limbs.Bark and Bidet. entire Western and Southern country to bee .
22 1185 526.608 9 50 1'40 9 6) ......Orlando:_... 93 123 72612 O'l 2 S5 210 7 30 the and the muscles.by assertio.
25 ....._ .. ... ...... ...... ...... 10 10 .......Gatlin ..... 90 ...... ......... ...... ...... ...... toning nerves strengthening him testimony to the truth of the
26 1145 584 620 1002 J 55 ..._ .....Jessamine 89 I. 12 71311 49 240 125 702 +-VOLIHA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA that in no case whatever will it fall to cure j tithe

27 1148 _.... 6 23 10 05 ...... 10 25._.Plne Castle... 88 1 10 7 101........ 2 37 ... .... Indigestion and Constipation! ,by aiding the assimilating direetionsare strictly followedand carrie t
80 1155 5 40 6 80 1012 2 2710 46 ..Big Qypres.. ,85 1 02 7 031142 2 30. 110. 6 52 of the Food through the proper action of the out. In a great many eases a single dose hs .
84 12 fIT 550 645 .A111025 2 471130.4McKlnnon... 811250 6521132 PH 151265 637 stomach;it creates a healthy appetite. been sufficient for a cure,and whole familic..
fO 1240 ;615 700 61510 fO 3 20 ...?._ ..Kissimmee.. 75123-5 6 401120 83.5 2 0012 ID 6 20
44 12 50 ...... P M 625 A. ..;.. 12.15 ....Capmbells... 7112 05 A M ....... 82 Z P ){ .- ...... -YOLINA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, have been cured by a single bottle,with ape:'
52 108 6 42 6 43 .4 1012 35 .Lake Locke.. 631147 10 -it 8 00 10 53 5 32 Depression of spirits and Weakness by enlivening feet restoration of the general health. It if:,

, 67 12)) 862 655 4 3012 52 .Davenport 581135' 1032 747 1035 5 15 and toning the system. 1&oweverprudentancl case more certain .
61 130 7 00 7 05 4 47 125 ...Halnes C1ty.. 541I"25 10 22 7 3.5 1015 5 00 -MfOUNA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKEDand to cure,jilts use is continued in small
68 148 714 7 22 5'2)) If 4,5 ..Bartow'.Junc.. t7 U 12 10 07 715 9 4) 442 : doses for a week or two after the disease ht\
12 158 7 21 7 33 5 40 2 00 4310 50 9 5. 6 5t 915 4 2i Delicate Women Puny and Sickly Children.It .
; 77 208 7 28 743 655 240 tFltzhnghs... 3810 37 94t 642 gOO 4 13 is delightful and nutritious as a general Tonic. been checked,more especially in difficult an '

83 223 7 42 815 6 40 3 .....Lakeland.... 321013 9 30 62.5 S 35 3 55 i Tollna Almanac and Diary long-standing cases usually this mediein r
N 2 fJ! 8 02 9 00 .7 25........_ ....Plant City.... 2210 00 .9 05 5 2.i 7JO:: 3 ID i for 1887. A handsome completeand will not require any aid to keep the bowels i .

98 2 58 ...... 9 IS ._.. ...... ...._..Cork ...:. '17 9 fJO ...... 4 55 ...... ...... useful BOOK,telling how to CURE good order. Should the patient,however n.
103 810 8 22 9 30 8 35 4 10 ......8etrner....... 12 9 43 8 35 5 40 6 3')1) 2 40 DISEASES at HOME in a pleasant,natural way. cathartic medicine after
' 103 817 828 9 (1) 845 j 20 .......M Ingo...... 10.9 35 82B 432 62)) 232 :Mailed on receipt of a 2c.postage stamp. Address quire singe

I 109 325 ...... 967 ...... ........ .OrienL. ..... 6 920 ..... 4,18 ...._ ...... VOLINA DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. three or four doses of the Tonic,a dos '
115 840850 1015 92'') 50l1A.r. Tampa Lv 0 AX 80:> 400 540 200 BALTIMORE, MD., U.S.A. of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILL ,
I : PH PX AK PH PI( PI PM AM AM will be sufficient. Use no other.

: *Flag Stations. Trains No.3 and 6 leave from and arrive at,f.,T. A K W. Depot. No. 1. A CAitDTo : : DB. JOHN BULL"S
2.3 and 6 Dally. No. 4 5. 7,8; 9,10, 27,28; and 29 Dally except Sunday. Trains No.3 and 6
atop only at Orlando, Klgslmmee.! J Bartow Junction Lakeland and Plant City. No.30 Dally all who are suffering from the errors and SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
except Monday. No.3 stops at Klislmmee for Supper No. 1 and 2 stop at Kissimmee for Indiscretions of youth nervous weakness early
Dinner No. stops at Lakeland for Breakfast. No. stops at Lakeland for Supper. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA,
loss of manhood I will send
decay ,
Trough Tickets sold at all regular stations for all points North, East and West. Baggage a recipe .
checked through.Pemberton that will.. cure you FREE OF CHARGE.This great BULL'S WORM DESTROYEr.The

Ferry Branch.-S.F. R.B. remedy was discovered by a missionary in South Popular Remedies of the Day.

Sanford and Indian River Railroad. America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the

Soith Bead Down.Bound North Read Bound.Up. REV.JOSEPH T. INMAN Station D,New York City. Principal Offles 831 Main St., LOUISVILLE.KOPIUMdounn \ .

S F'st Ac F'st Ac.Ft o Dally except Sunday PENNYROYAL PILLS"CHICHESTER'S rrt.at+without: l1 imin.la'l' cu'ec1 Book
M'L &Ft STATIONS. M'l =" I s.-iit Free.
g 19. 21. 20. 22. South Bonnd. North Bound. .'.":Y.M.I Atianta.Gs.
ENGLISH. -- -- --- .. ,
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A.J( A.X P.M. Up. The Original and Only Genuine.
0 4.10 7.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery AT 9.40 6.2057) I Pas. Pa& Pit'" Safe and always Reliable. Beware of worth taw Imitation ASTHMA mmm
1 4.14 7.45........Fltzgerald...... '9.36 6.1556 &Ft &..t STATIONS. 4Ft =" Indispeniable to* |_A DIES.* Auk your I/rtt*a\ut for"Chlckeater

8 4.19 1 '... .....-.... Oriole ......... 9.30...... 54 %J. 25. .24. :E (stamp*)to at *for KnlUh particular and<"take letter no other by retwM,or DCIOMI4c.BialU CERMAN ASTHMA CURE
6 _.. : .. ...Bay City......,... ..._ ....51 --- -- NAME PAPER. ChldierterChe... .IC I InsUnUy relieves the most violent attack and
10 :,433 8.20.. ) .....*.._ AlcLCOu..*....i.. 9.15 5.40 f7 a.m p.m a.m p.rn lun Madison Square,Philadjk,Pa. I IDsur8 comfortable sleep HO".UTl O for KK1I
12 4.38 8.30 .........Owensboro........ 9.10 5.3041 o 10.45 4.50 lvw..Sanford..w..ar .8.00 :.'.l} H, send by:Drantota ererywhere. Ask /fcr "ditches I 1tLTM.Beingused by inhalation it.action iff imI -
16 4.50; 9.05 ....._..Dade Clty. ...._ 9.00 5.00 4l 4 11.00 6.M .......Fort Reed......... 743 2.0015 tor's EncUfth" Pennyroyal Pllla Take 80 othn. mediate direct and certain.and cure is the
2J 5.08 9.40 ........_Rlch1an ............ 8.45 4.10 34 611,10 5.15 .......':.RnUedge........ 7.33 1.5013 I 1 result Tineas in the all most curable skpptical.canrs. Price A single 5110.trial and 91.00 con-
82 5.28 10.10 .......Tedderville.... 8.27 3.3025 711.15 5ID.........:.....Lord..._ ........ 7.29 ,4i 12 READ THIS CAREFULLY. I of any druggist or by mill. Simple Free for
87 5.40 10.30 ....*...!JvAlulGGIi...... 8.15 3.10 m 12 11.35 5.40 ...........*CUnon ...._.... 7.03 .ZJI 7 tamp. Or. II.t rt"MANN.8&h.I...
40 6.47 10.42 ........Grlftln's MU1........ 8J06 2.5517 1411.40 5.45t'uskawllla... ... 7.03 J.1815 i i advertise H BHHMBnB 1. -.I
'In order to Introduce and 01 i "
51 45 6.0011.15..Larelaadw.ww......... 7.30 8.00 24014 1.51 6 I 1215 6 2200 ar...Lak Chaim..ly.... 6.3012.45. 0 goods in all parts of tne country AT ONCE *t

67 6.35I1200IArrlve.Bartow.L\ Bartow Brancli. ve 7.15 1.40 0 are almost GIVING AWAYthe ..

No.S-At Lakeland with train for Bar to w following Valuable Collection of Heaul.
South Bound. North Bound. at Bartow Junction with tram for Bartow. rut Useful. Amusing and Miscellaneoi A FRIEND IN NEED.
No. 11-At Bartow Junction with train from
We will send the Entire Collection
PaL PaL Pu Pa& Pas 16. Things. Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linimant.
Tampa; at Bartow with train from Pember-
No. aFt =" .rATIONS. =" aFt post-paid for only 18o.
11. &Ft 12. I::&! 12. 14o ton terry,and Florida Southern Railway lor You cannot fall to be more than satlsflet 'Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
P.MA Punta Gorda. 6 Beautiful Engravings viz: The Moruln- Sweet,,of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set-
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X P. X P.J(. Lv A.. P.II. No. 12-At Bartow Junction with train for of Life,A Garland of blowers The First Lov.i ter. Has been used for more than .V) years
11.15 2.10 7.15 0 Bartow 'Arl17 10.fO 1.40 R.1tO Sanford. letter The Kagg t Gatherer, Indian Surame1 and is the best known remedy for Rheuma-
11.30 2.28 7.35 5 WlnterHvn 810.3)) 1.25 R.10lL42 No. 13-At Bartow Junction with train from and The Waning Year. W) Portraits of Fa tism, euraJgla Bruises,Cuts Burns,
.Eagle Lake SIO.05! 5.1)5 Tampa.No. moos Men,26 Portraits of' Famous and Beat Wounds and all, external injuries.
11.52 255 & 12 1.03. 5.45. .14-At Bartow with Florida Southern tifu Women 20ti Selections for Autograph A HOLD BY ALL UltUCOIS'iS Y IT.
12.05 3.10)) &l5.,17IarBartowly/ 01 19.40112.50 5.3'' train from Punta Gorda; at Bartow Junction !I bums 41 Fancy Work Designs in Embroider -
with train for Samples Free Free
Tampa. SamPles
Crochtt, Berlin Net and Lace Work Cro 8 CROWN
CONNECTIONS.TRAIN No. 15-At Bartow Junction with trains Stitch etc.; 100 l'opularSonls.all the favorites
from Tampa and Sanford; at Bartow with 300 Puzz'es,Charades,Rebuses Enigma MEDICATEDOOMIM.EXION
No. 1-At Sanford with People's and ;
Florida'Southern Railway for Punta Gorda. I'OWDXm.
Riddles etc. 100 Valuable MonyMaklng Ht
DeBary-Baya Line Steamen from Jacksonville No. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains tor ; Highly indorsed by the theatrical profession.
crets, some of which have sold lor 15 each; (It
and J. 'I, k K. W. train from Tituivllle;
and Contains valuable medicinal
:] Tampa Kissimmee. properl"
Amusing Parlor Games; 83: Tricks in MagK*
4 at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow; No. 19 At Pemberton all bleailshrs ol' the skin. It
Ferry with Florida and Legerdemain; 58 Chemical and other EJperlmeht !: quickly remove
at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry.
Southern Railway train from Gainesville at effects a complete Transfonratfon and caused
; : 33 Popular Recitations the Laiguage -
No.2-At Lakeland with tr tin for Bartow
; Lakeland with train for Kis+lmmee.No. of Flowers, the Golden Wheel FortuneTellerja the mo ordinary person to become Strikingly -
at Bartow Junction with trains to and from
.20-At Bartow with Florida Southern Dictionary of Dreams a Guide t... Feautllnl. It is put up in I'esrl and Flesh
Bartow; ,at Sanford with People's and De- Railway train from Punta Gorda at Lake- Flirtation, the Magic Age Tablet the Lover tint, In large toilet boxes and is for sale by
Line Steamers for Jacksonville
l Bary-Baya land with train for Tampa at Pemberton all Druggists or srnt curelv Pealed to
and- ; Telegraph the Magic Square the Morse Tel> any
and J., T. A.K.W. alns for Jacksonville
Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for Deaf and Dumb address on receipt of PRICK FIFTY CENTS
Titusville. Gainesville and Palatka.No. betpthelSeventWothe of the World and stamps or currency. Ladles can obtain elegant -
No.8-Has Pullman Sleeper between and Through : .21-At Bartow with Florida Southern Map of the United States. samples lazy by enclosing 10 els. in
Coaches without change Jacksonville Railway for Punta Gorda. to '> frr and
Remember-we will send you EVER YTIIJN- stamps p y postage packing, ad
and Connects at Sanford withJ
No.22- At Bartow Florida dress naming this CROWN CHEMICAL
with Southern paper.
named above for only 18 els.in postage stamj.
.T. A K. w. train from Titusville at Bar-
Railway train from Pnnta CO.PANY.I01 Aich HL Pa.
Uorda at Lake Philadelphia
; Address, UNION SUPPLY ,
tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam- 'I land with train for Tampa.
Uox Philadelphia, 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- ,
r and .Plant Bteyu Thursdays and Saturdays ough and Tampa Bays and Manatee River nriand tloa CHINA WARE and JAPAN GOOD
with' Company's ships for also with Mail Steamships Mascotte and samples, securely sealed by return maUl

Key West Havana. Whitney of the Plant Steamshln Co., for Key enclose sell addressed stamped envelope and ALL KINDS..OFHandkerchiefs _
No. 6-Han Pullman Sleeper and Through West and Havana and sttamer 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. and Curiosities.Call .
sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, Passports can be applied for through Reliable Lady Agents Wanted. '
and with Steamer any and see(;00<1101.
Wednesdays Saturday*
Notary Public, and Notary's certificate that
Margaret from Manatee' River,and on Sun such application has bean made, when vised No.22 Laura Street.near Bay,
days Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant by the Spanish Consul at Key West, will an- Jacksonville' ,Fla.
To Uod AS loaf as interest U
Steamship Company's ships for Havana and kept up.
swer the purpose of a Passport. 0 Person rtty only for Interest.
Key West, FREDERiCK] H. R.L..D. Send S ceDU for partical&ri: LOAD bnm, Early Spring Vegetables and Flowers.
No. At Lakeland with train for Pember- I Gen. Freight&Ticket Agent. ete. Name this paper. T.S. Gardner,
ton Ferry. Manager.Palace Building.Cincinnati,O* Farmers Gardeners and Florists, ape the
Patent Protecting Cloth originated and pre-
pared only by undersigned. It is equal to
s OU WANT A D OG NEWCABDS.4Qsr.r glass, and costs but a tenth as much on Cold
To Introduce them
DOC BUYERS' CUIDE. ABIC OFFER.we will GIVK .Oanraseinjr Outfit for AGENT'S f'c.stamp. :Frames and Hot Bt>d.. Protects from frost

Colored plate 100 engTaTincsI AWAY 1,000 Self-Operating Washing Machines. VAJIOTORKS.. Z.et&fard,1.... promotes hardy and rapid unwth' does not
I of different breeds,prices they are I II send shrink or decay rapidly. Widely known aqf
If want
I worth and where to buy them. you one us your name, FAR ALL 930 a week extensively used. Trade supplied at low rat
P. O.and office at THE MATIONAL :
Itafled express once. WORK and Valua- Send
for circulars
expenses paid. etc free.
F NCIERS Co. i3 St. N. Y.
Dey ,
ASSOCIATEDfor ble outfit and particularsP. U. 8.WATERPROOFING FIBRE CO.,
|S87 8.Eighth it.Poiladelpaia>> ,Pa.>> P. O. VICKKRY Augusta,_Maine. 66 South St.,New York.

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Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.

OCALA,Fla.,September 15,1885.
The Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer" which I bought of you
Result of Nine Yearn Experience in Orange Culture. last season has given most excellent results,and I take pleasure giving
you this tehtimonlal. I find this fertilizer to be jut>what It Is repre-
sented and I cannot speak too highly in its favor. I want game amount
NORWALK, Fla.. September 7,188). this season. u. U. EICHKLBKKQKR.
Having had nine years'txperience in orange culture In Florida,and i -
having, tried various kinds of fertilizers, I feel it my duty to my neighbors -
,to say tbat your goods have proved of more value to me for orange s FORT MASON,Fla.,August 2,1885.trees .
than any other fertilizer I have used We have used Bradley's Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and
I have given Bradley's Prance Tree Fertilizer and Fine Ground Bone # orange trees,and they have given better satisfaction than any lertlnzers
a good test for two years, having used your goods by the side of otherswhere we e\er used. JJA VIES&;TAYLOK.
I could compare results. I shall Invest in no other, and cheerfully -ci. .:"
recommend-3 our goods to the public. M. It. BEAN. _-_;= Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone,

=--- .. ::-:_2 Z" Bradley's Palmetto A Phosphate
=_- ;. = -- --_ Bradley's Sulphate -
=- =:.: '..' of Potash, Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc.
Attention, Florida Gardeners r -# -.

\ 'EZ -t-- _; Send for Circulars.

Jj, ; 3/ill3> j I y's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer :;it =:S -=
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.. -: _;:-:- -t- ;;; .t .""' ;:F- GEORGE EVILS ON, State Agent,
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Prepared Especially for Florida Truckers. -== --:-=---== --------- 50 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

.1't The Georgia Associated Traffic Lines.

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Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Kansas City, and All Points West and Northwest.And .
Only Line Furnishing1st.

TWO FAST FREIGHT Schedules each day;connecting with both the Cincinnati Southern and Nashville,Chattanooga and St.Louis Railroads at Chattanooga,and the LOUIS.
Vllle 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 giving
t.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 West, and make the Quickest Time.
5th. Letters and: questions promptly and cheerfully answered, and upon application stencils and rates to any point will be furnished.
fee that: your shipments: are stenciled or routed via Albany, Ga., and notify me of shipment and I will see that they are Carefully Handled and Promptly Forwarded.J. .

P. BECKWITH, Florida Freight Agent,


Central R.R. of Qa. Savannah Ga. .
Western andjAtlantlc; Ry.,Atlanta,Ga.

A. J. ROSE .



Improved and Unimproved Property Town Lots, Orange Grroven.

rixolsL C3-a.rca.oxx: :Lass 3L.

Correspondence Solicited. P. O. Box 191.
References: First National Rank of Orlando: The KlH4lrnm' OS'v Hantr.

N 3UC.: :Brown.: ,


Good Pine and Hammock Lands. Uulldlnl' Lots. I Groves. Lands.

I have near 500 of the most beautiful buildIng Iti-acre grove in city limits, heavily laden
In largo or small 8,000 acres within 5 miles of Ocala at
Improved or unimproved a bar
and choice lots in with the finest fruit at
lots in Ocala, some several ; a bargain.
quantities, ranging In prices from 51 to 31'JOO' ) gain,If taken at once.
per acre. neighboring towns. Also several Im- II (%-ncre grove two years in bearing, four One 8-room dwelling with till necessary outbuilding
Space Is limited,should you want Real Estate proved lots.Write (blocks from court-house,cheap. ; about 40 ucresjn grove. This is a
of any kind call or write me, as I havelands
all over.this and adjoining counties.N. ; me for an honest description of any.1 I I fine place.
: -acre grove 2 miles from town,cheap.
)[. BROWN, property. Respectfully, I t Several small and large tracts improved.and
I Several small all this
groves over county.
P. O. Box Vii, Ocala, Fla. N. M. BKOWN. I \I I unimproved.B' .


:J:) C. :JFI..EJ1'TTISSJ: ct CC> ,

Rooms 3 and 5 Bret's Block, OCALA, FLA.


Florida Lands---Orange Groves Hammock and Pine LandsIn

Putnam, Marlon, Hernando, Polk, Sumter and Orange'.Counties.
SICCUlltlcs-Locatillg' Government, State ami Railroad Lands. Also Town Lots and Lake Fronts.

Spl.cer: : do c>: :psOn. ,

REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Leesburg, Florida.

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

'" \ re have in our hands some of the handsomest and best oaylng Orange Groves the State. Beautiful Lake Fronts with Orange Groves and residences on Lakes Harris and Griffln.
Many of the groves wo otTer for sale are now paying Ten to Fifteen per cent. on amount asked for them. We will take pleasure giving any Information in regard to property and this -
section of Florid a. -
Refer to D. G. Ambler, B.M. Baer,Jacksonville, Fla. .


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FLORIDA TYTSPATfTT! = ---- 1ft-....-*

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53 to 55 HOURS NEW YORK, Asliely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.

F .', BETWEEN Ashley, Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
*%- and also used by the trackers near Charleston for vegetables.
i Savannah, New York BOSTONand
Philadelphia, Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees, bananas, etc

and and between Savannah Boston AMDPHILADELPHIA. Ashley Dissolved Bones. Ashley Aeid Phosphate.

Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnlt
65 to 70 HOURS. Muriate, Potash,Cotton Seed Meal, etc.

-- For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kainit
Floats, etc.,address


Charleston,A. C.
(Central 90 Meridian Time.)

i Passage Rates Between Jacksonville, New York and Boston Direct. THE WILCOX & GIBBS GUANO 00.
i Cabin, g2i Steerage,$12.50; Excursion (return trip),543.50. ,
I'll E Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:
t The Oldest Importers and Manufacturers of Guano in America.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher- ......................................._.......Monday, January 21- 6:00 p.m
' CITY OF AUGUSTA,Capt.J. W. Catharine........................Wednesday January 26- 7:30 a.m established 1859.;
t:.f ATTAH00CHEE, Capt. H. C. Daggett..................................Friday, January28-8:30a.rn
CIty OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith .................................l\Ionday, January:31-1030a.:m
NAOOOCHEEJ Capt. Kempton...........................................Wednesday, February -1 ioc) n'n For all kinds of Truck.
.ni. .ij. .0 1'.E. Capt. Fisher...................................................Friday, February 4- 200 p. m Truck Farmers' Special Guano. (GREEN BRAND.)
CHATTAHOOCHEK, Capt. H. C. Daggett.............................Monday, February 7- 5:00 p. m These Fertilizers delivered to Steamer or Railroad, at SAVANNAH or CHARLESTON
'JTl' Y OF AUGUSTA, Capt.J.W. Catharine..................Wednesday, February 9- : a.m free of drayage, per bag of 200 lbs.S3> 75; per Ton 3J7 50.
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith..............................?..Friday, February 11- 6.00 .m
1 NAC'OOCHEE, Capt. Kempton...............-.............-...............Monday, February 14- 8:30a..m For young Orange and other Fruit Trees. Vines etc.
Orange Growers Special Guano. (BLUR BRAND.)
' FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. Per Bag ol 200 fts.$J 75; per Ton$37 60

i CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.............._................................Thursday, Jan. 25,at 3:00 p.m For Bearing.OrangeJTrees.
' UATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...... .........._......................._............Thursday, Jan. 27,at 8:00 p. m Orange Growers Own. (ORANGE BRAND.) .
"L'J Y OF MACON, Capt Kelley...............................................Thursday, Feb. 3, at 1:00 p.m Per Bag of 200 tt>s.$I 00; per Ton MO( 00
ArE: CITY, Capt. Hedge............................._....................-.Thursday, Ft b. 10, at 7:00 p.m Doubly Ammoniated Truck Farmers Special Guano.Per .
Bag. of 200 fts.$5 00; per Ton $50 00.
I FOR PHILADELPHIA.These Pure Animal Bone Meal and Potash.
[ Steamers do not carry Passengers.] Per Bag of 200 fts.!3 75; per Ton$37 50

I UNI AT A, Capt. Atkins ................-.....-........-..........._......--Saturday, January 224:30 p. m .Pure Animal Bone Meal.
:DE8SOUG, Capt. N. F. Howell...;....__. ............"...;.... M Batnrday, January 29- 8:00: a.m Per Bag of:200; fts.5:* T5; per Ton$37 50
'(J.NIAT, Capt. Askins...;...._...............*............_.....;....._..8aturdu. February 53:00: p.m For Cotton Tobacco, Corn, Wheat,etc.
D rnSOUG, Capt. N. F.Howes................................................Saturday February 128:30 a. m Wilcox, Gibbs & Co' Manipulated Guano. ((BLACK BRAND.)
Per Bag of 200)fts. $2 75; per Ton$27 50
THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Excellent Georgia Standard Guano.
Per Bag of:200; fts/$2: 55; per Ton$25 50
connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Any of the above Packed in Barrels if Desired.

tl 1 Through* Savannah.Tickets For and further Bills of Lading Issued to principaf to points North,East and Northwest Our prices are Lased on prompt and certain Cash. They will not admit of any losses by
' ., apply pooror slow pay. Therefore to insuie prompt shipments, orders should be accompanied
,,,.G..M. SORREL, Agent, with the Cash
Pier No.35, North River,New York. money. (Approved acceptances with interest at 8 per cent. added to our
.0 -- City Savanna Building,Savannah Ga.' Prices for the time taken, will be regarded as equivalent to cash.) Give lull shipping directions -
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third& BARNARD Street,Philadelphia., Agent, Pier, B .ston. ,and you may rely upon the goods being shipped the day the order is received.N. .

I J. D. H.ASHAGEN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida& Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway.Y. B.-Samples of any of our Goods will be mailed on application.
For information and.Tlckets apply to connecting lines.H. Works at Savannah Ga., and Charleston, S. C.
R. CHRISTIAN Soliciting Agent.
WILLIAM President.


Nos.5 North Market and 5 Clinton Sts., lloston, JTIass.

REFERENCES-T. G. filer, Cashier Fanueil Hall National Bank, Boston; Richardson &
Barnard, gents Boston and Savannah S. S. Co.,Savannah Ga.; H. C. Don ton, Gainesville,
t' Fla.sonville.; J. Dozier,Ocala, Fla.; A. C. Turner, Clear \\ ater Harbor, Fla.; A. H. Manville,Jack- Established 1870.


All varieties of Orange and Lemon Trees. Buds not on small stocks but
on large and
extra -
fine ones. We make a specialty the famous and hardy High Grade Fertilizers.

Villa Franca Lemon: .
and can NOW show trees and IUPE FRUIT. They stood last winter's
orange. Send for Catalogue. as well as the Soluble Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Ash Element;

i KEDNEY & CAREY, German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats.
Maitland, Orange Co., Fla. High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes.

C> LT :FI.. ::FD ..A.V- C> :FI.. :JJI1: : : EJ
Ji A RELIABLE FERTILIZER FOR All Orders Promptly Fillc J.

Orano Tree and All Ifiinlw of Veg-etntoles...
Natural food for plant-llfe- R. M. MEANS, Treasurer
fSpecial1yadapted to
sandy soils. Anyone wishing to obtain ._
a strictly good fertilizer will find it to his interest to try this. it is not a cone ntraled -- ---
1 chemical fertilizer, but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The effect Is permanent.

Price ( in Sacks ) $10.00 per Ton. Braidentown Real Estate Agency.EDGAR .
r Bend for Circulars. '
I.have nolagents.: Address
3tt. GRAHAM,
t Crescent Ci ty, Fla Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace,

j PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIESASK llraidcntowii, ITIunalcc Co., Fla.

Will buy and sell; all kinds of Real Estate on commission. Eighteen years' residence In
Manatee County. Personal knowledge of most of the lands throughout the county. As a
practicing Attorney and an County Judge for a number of years, I have had occasion to
YOUR GROCER FOR become familiar with many titles and the County Records Having been continuously engage .
,all these years, in the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable product
of this seml-troplcaI8ectlon. gives me advantages in the selection of the various qualities! of
EMPIRE lands suitable. Maps and Abstracts furnished, Titles examined and Deeds executed.. Infor-
ONE SPOONOR mation turnished. Correspondence solicited.
NoTE.-Braitieniown is situated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River about
thirty-five miles south of Tampa. Has daily service by the elegant steamer Margaret. Ad-
Jacent are the lovely Terra Cela. Sarasota and Palma Sola Bays,teeming with all kinds offish
,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building sites in
the werld, with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands where tropical fruits and
i a Snowflake Baking Powders, choice vegetables may be grown to perfection.

And see that you get them as they are the best in the Market. Manufactured only by the Well Curbing and Chimney Flues ;u .

,i Cheaper and Better than Brick.

IS JAS M. FAIRLIE, J Proprietors. Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required. 9r''

Office and Laboratory No.83 Newnan Street,near Bay, next to Hotel Tognl, _; Address

Office 62}! West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.r4 .
Write for Price List
and mention the Florida Dispatch.
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1.. Residence and Business Lots at St.James,City (Big Pine Island), Charlotte Harbor; New York
r. also going suburban vessels. land for Tropical Fruit and Winter Gardens. The most. southern port for sea- ,


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The elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sail for CHARLESTON & NEW YORK

From JACKSONVILLE......... .;.................................Every FRIDAY. .


From Jacksonville. .
CHEROKEE (New)....................................................Friday,Jan. 7,at 6:30 p Dl
s..w. II ?tI SEMINOLE (New)....................... .............................Friday,Jan.11,at8:30a: In e
s CHEROKEE (New)........ .....,......................,..............Friday,Jan.21,at 1:30 p m
SEMINOLE (New),................... .....,................,........Friday,Jan.28,at 8:30 a m

From FernandIna.

Every Sunday and Wednesday evening on the arrival of the Florida Railway: and Navi-
gation Company's trains. .
YEMASSEE..Sunday,Jan. 2 CITY OF COLUMBIA.\ ...Wednesday,Jan. 5 ,
DELAWARE.................Sunday Jan. 9 CITY OF ATLANTIS. ..Wednesday,Jan.12
l ka. YEMASSEE...................Sunday,Jan.16 CITY OF COLUMBIA. ..""ednesday..Jan.19
DELAWARE ...............Sunday,Jan.23 CITY OF ATLANTA.....Wednesday,Jan.28Wednesday
YEMASSEE........,.........SundayJan.30 CITY OF ATLANTA.,.... ,Feb. 2

ffi -a---p j.. Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, E.R.,New York.'.every TUESDAY, THURSDAY
-- and SATURDAY,at 3 p. m. .

The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line ar3 unsurpassed. Every attention
h'SA.N will be given business entrusted to the Line. Direct all shipments from New York viCLYDE'S
CARLOS Now St. James
( Open) City.
FLORIDA LINE, Pier 29,East River.
Jacksonville.CHESTER BALL, Manager. For further information apply
Reference R. Campbell, St.James Hotel, .
Delightful surroundings,driving, yachting, fish,oysters,fresh vegetables. Soil adapted t Fernandina Fla. Jacksonville,Fla. 4
Oranges, Pine-Apples,'Cocoanuts,etc. Tourists, Invalids and sportsmen say it Is the mos 86 Bay St.,cor.Hogan.
attractive in the State.
spot THEO. G. EGER Traffic Manager WM. P. CLYDE & CO. Gen.
Reached from Punta Gorda by steamer Alice Howard,leaving for St.James City Tuesday, : 35 Agents
Thursday and Saturday a. m. Address 35 Broadway. ,N. Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia Broadway,N. Y.--
C. A. BOARDIVAN, Gen.Manager,
J. KREAMER, Pres.,Jacksonville. St.James City,Charlotte Harbor.
Pomesrranatts Valrico Nurseries Gnavas, L'
Figs, Bananas. .
Peaches TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. Pine-Apples, H. L. WHEATLEY, Proprietor. .
U rapes, Avocado P'rs,
Pears, Anona,
Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, ALTAMONTE, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Oriental J erlum, ,
Plums andPersimmons W. G. TOUSEY, Ca'.adlum, r

LIMES, Etc.Seffner, Hillsborough Co., Fla. PALMS Polnci, "Etc na, LOQUATS, )1| Orange-TREES-& Lemon {J p cache lum ears,i ,

ROCKWELL & KINNE, ersimmons.

Successors to Nichols Rockwell&Co. Wholesale and Retail
Figs of Commerce New Pomegranates, Mulberries, Nut Trees, Etc.

Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates. Mantels, Paints,
New Catalogue'now ready. Address as above.
Oils, Saddlery, Ammunition, Etc. -
Parties in town or out will do well'to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any
goods they may need In our line. Prices lower than ever. FLORIDA SAVINGS BANKAND 4

38 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla.


Has for sale choice Lots. Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows Interest on deposits,Col
lects Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans etc. s
J. C. GREELEY, President? L. D. HOSfflER, Treasurer
Offers Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near' transportation for Investment or Cultivation.
Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Dally Mails.
Also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the J nstallment Plan if desired. Address SUNSET HILL NURSERIES. ,
JAS. M.KBEAMEB,President,over Bank of Jacksonville,or W. B. GRANT. Supt., .
San Pablo, Florida. Catalogues with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list includes .
the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also i

GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES I IA Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, and other Fruits.

Our stock is one of the largest In the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties a
general line of fruit trees adapted to Florida,Including the largest stock of Peach specialty.
Tree. to be found in the State, Peen.To and Honey Peaches a specialty, 11. W. PIERCE
also several other choice varieties of peaches. My stock of Kelsey's: Japan Plum Trees Indian Springs Orange Co.,Fla.
consists of 5,000 or upward,all home grown and buds taken from bearing trees on my place.
1600 Picholine Olive Trees((2 to 6 ft. high), 5OOOO Orange Trees ((3 to 4 yrs.old).
A full supply of LeConte,Keiffer and other Pear trees,Japan Persimmons Figs Quinces, Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries
Apricots,Nectarines,Japan Medlars,Mulberries English walnuts Pecans,Almonds,Japan ,
Chestnuts,Grapes Raspberries,Blackberries,etc.
An examlation of stock solicited. Catalogues free on application to ,
G. L. TABER, Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and
Vines. No Loss in
Glen St.Mary,Fla. Transplanting.
Catalogue and Price List Free on application to the Manager. Address ,


Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans and Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery. .

Persimmons Filberts Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. Fruitland Nurseries, Augusta Ga.
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, ipecially adapted to Florida Is doubtless the
most varied In the United States. A special catalogue(No.4)) is published for this branch .
F. S. CONE, Manager, of our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as Peen-To.
Honey and other Chinese Peaches,Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons,Eryobothryas GrapeVines
etc. we have a very large stock of Kelsey's and new Japan Plums, Japan
Chestnut felon Shrubs and other' new fruits. Also all the new Roses of merit, Palm,
The Lakeland Nursery Company.ORANGE Acacias,goad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees, Flowering shrubs,etc. Catalogue
sent free to all applicants. No.1. Hardy fruit trees Roses Evergreens. No.2. Greenhouse
LEMON AND LIME TREES plants. No.3. wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamentaltrees
suited to Florida. P.J. Berkmans, Proprietor.
Peen To and Honey Peaches, Keiffer and LeConte Pears, Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan
Persimmons Loquats, Figs Grapes Cattley Guavas Strawberries Pine-Apples and Ba
nanas. :RevLyman.: : : : :I? h. e 1 :p s ,
Tropical Potted Fruit Trees a Specialty.Price .
List free on application. E. H. TI80N Manager,
Lakeland Pol k Co.,Fla. SELLS


Oranges Trees and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden Crops,
l: Peach Seedlings,suitable grafting and budding stocks Grape Vines Raspberry, Straw
berry Plants etc.,for sale at Willow Lake Nursery. No Vermin-Feeding Compfafinds: used in the Manufacture of these GoodsThe

Descriptive catalogue and price list mailed free on application. Address highest grade goods are tne best and cheapest,and these goods meet the want. Many .
SAMUEL H. KUMPH, find them to be all that is claimed for them. References can be given,but It Is
MarshallTllle,Ga. needless where goods are so well known. It can be truthfully said that these are the :

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