The Florida dispatch
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055757/00063
 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: March 7, 1887
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
lccn - sn 95026759
System ID: UF00055757:00063
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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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ill> ::: Manville W. DaCosta, ,j) Proprietors. Jacksonville r Fla.,. Monday arch 7, 1887. I New Established Series; Vol. 1800.7,No. 1O.X. n



HARLAN HOTEL Stoves, I Crockery, ,
i G. A. DREKA & CO., Proprietors.CAPT. .
Tin-ware 'I ChinaChandeliers ,
Enlarged and improved. Capacity doubled C. S L'ENGLE' J. MINOT, Manager.
to 1886. Elegant new furniture.Electric Bells, DELAND, FLA.
etc. Tennis, Croquet, Billiards, Boating,etc. Granite Iron-ware, Lamps
' Accommodations for 135 Guests. SituatedIn
:Table supplied with the best of everything.
ITresh vegatablea from hotel garden every day Oil Stoves, ANDCOMPANY Burners, Chimneys, the very center of the city,conveniently located -
In the year. Milk In abundance from the Silver-ware. to Postofflce.Telegraph of Churches,
Irondequolt Dairy. Gas Fixtures, etc. Surrounded by beautiful grassy grounds
arranged for Lawn Tennis,Croquet and other
LAKE HELEN, VOLU8IA CO., FLA. House Furnishings, Freezers, outdoor amusements.A .

F Five miles-from DeLand. Table Cutlery, Refrigerators, select Orchestra has been secured for the

Gate City Filters,
LAKE HELEN. Fire Hate, S2.5O per Day and Upward.
FLA. Dinner Tea and
Special Rates by Week or Month.
The Blue Spring, Orange City and Atlantic

Railroad Is now completed to Lake Helen, Baskets and Wooden-ware4! __________ I Toilet Sets. Hotel, Furniture and Fittings New. Hot
and dally train service has been put on con- and Cold Water Bath and Closet on each floor.
meeting wit.i all trains over the J.,T. & 'K' W. Electric Bells. All protection possible against
Particular Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
Ky,and also St.Johns River steamers. Tour- Fire. Write for particulars.
tots 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 Volusl t County, Real Estate and Loans.G.B.GRIFFIN&SON
At Its broadest and most attractive point, .
through extensive Orange Groves, past beau- W. T. FORBES & CO.

tiful lakes,elegant winter homes,over a.well ....
ballasted road-bed broad gauge, heavy steel -
rails, elegant Pulman Cars, courteous employees -
pleasure, trip and attractive.all that combines to make a Florida Real Estatn Exchau[ and Law .OMcns.

This route, starting at Blue Spring Landingon
the St.Johns River,close by the celeb,ated
mammoth sulphur spring of this name upon
I whose bosom the largest steamers could float, Property Bought and Sold in every County of Florida. .
R In the midst of the tropical luxuriance of a
river hammock,crosses the main line of th. Capital Invested l, Loans Negotiated, Taxes Adjusted and Paid,
J.,T.& K. W. Ry, at Blue Spring Junction, Legitimate Investments.Representations .
One mile from the river. Orange City, the Titles Examined. C'omeyancinjj: Surveying, etc.
next station, is a growing, busy town surrounded "
extensive From Send for our Real Estate Bulletin.
by orange groves.
thence to Lake Helen the present terminus,
we POSH through a. park like pine forest,Inter- W. T. FORBES & Co., Guaranteed.
epersed with clear lakes, flue orange groves
and winter homes, and connect with the De- Abell Block, 32* West Bay Strcetr Jacksonville. Fla..
Land Extension of the same system just be-
fore reaching Lake Helen, VtlJa Clt ." Information cheerfully furnished.
of South Florida. This is, without exception, :Ellis dO ESlli: ,
the prettiest town on the peninsula,.and no 50 WMt Bay Street,
pains have been spared or mistakes made, in REAL ESTATE BROKERS, .JACKSONVILLE. -

making the most of its natural! attractions. Best selections in ,;1ty and Suburban: Lois,Orange Groves and Tru,*k Farms. Pine Lands,,
Its commodious hotel,the "Uarlan House" Railroad and Government Lands, lovely Vllli es on the St. Johns River etc. ( 75 West Bay Street, Jacksonville,
with its annexes, and the many attractive All business pertaininz to lle-d Rotate.promptly attended l to and.sat_stactlon' guaranteed.
and elegant mansions and unique cottages, OFFICES: j< Windsor, County
4 surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns, I Inverness, Hernando County.
and clustering around the b.ue waters of Lake The )1ark.'s: Cove Guam.

Helen. The balmy bret-zes which blow from .a 0 9q R. N. ELLIS,C. E. A. E. MCCLURE,
Ocean and Gulf,and which at its are not intercepted < ArcnltecU
ameliorating the winter's cold find a = :x-8p:
t tempering the summer's heat making it the = po ELLIS &. McOLURE,
I' healthiest and most comfortable spot on the -e:
continent either for a permanent residenceor :.: aoa .J m. C Architects and Civil Engineers,
for a sojourn I in either winter or summer. V -I: t
Don't OTIss It .. -- oo boll 2.z. t"") Plans,Specifications and Estimates for build
Q < .. ..,. _a Q) M 0 ings of all kinds,Sanitary work etc.
A trip through South Florida. without a. ...... co -_ a 44 _(-II wa C Rooms and S Palmetto Block, Bay St.
at this lovely country cannot but benn..aUsfucton. ... "d ; .. =v > y Jacksonville Fla.[
glance .. q .CO" Q) P.O. Box 785 ,
r."... as ,.. ".. .. ... .Q...).. .... ._O... .. :>d (-3.)

,-GO Q) : toJ SD- 1IJ lSiEVILLE: : : : : : :
y -< : : t"") : loa yh
II I .CD -. I This growing town is the principal stationon
.. : .= I SD 1' the J.,T.A: K. W. Ry between Palatka and
I ....
r v0 MNw Jacksonville. It la
l Q) N.: :- 'r C Sanford 83: miles south of
;1 > : .. 'ii :. :. :._x mx :x! on the high pine ridge on the shores of Lake

,. WI""' .. e -o:-->-J_... : ; .. .. .. r>. .... = Louise,and is surrounded by a fertile and settled -
8 p:. : o' q .. \b: : : : 0< 't7H -4 .. country. It has a compllete system of
: : -I! .. :: r rI: '"I water-works and sewers in "'p-ration.
v II a c-; aq s:. s.dca; : "" .aa C. -HOTEL SEVILLECoritaining -
= : 0 == .!. =' 4 .a I ubllc and private bathrooms,
... ... Z-,=.. .-.... 0 01T\. II'GO billiard room etc. is managed by Mr.\ II.
-- -i-I-' OJ.. .417 !IIas Channel,late steward of the i larendon Club,
Q) a under the general di-
CUTLER w -- oiot "d Manchester England
T. ROCKWOOD =.:1- C .
..... rection of the Seville Company.Lots
2... oaSc ..110! on -iiPona-
ARCHITECT S= t : -t"") and acre property lor*
d"as-cS C ble terms. Settlers and and Investors are re-
Office S2K West Bay Street,Abell Block, 4 r quested to visit the town. AddiebS
Jftoibouvllle Kla. < SEVILLE COY PAN), + vllIe,Fla.
General Southern Acent of Co-operative Wightman & Christopher, State Agents, Mason Young, President, \VaI18t., t ew
Building Plan As-ociatio-v& Shoppel's Mod- Jacksonville: York. B. H.Mason\ ,Sec.&Treas.,Seville..Fla'TWENTY -
terms on application.
ern Houses. Circulars and Information free. Special





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Produce Commission Merchants,
Fruits Vegetables Hides, Wool, JhXo., :
)-.ta 99 Bay Street, SAVANNAH, GA.
3,000,000 Acres REFERENCES:Southern Bank State Georgia I I Quick Sales and Prompt Returns at Highecnd
t.hp Commr'ial Age'cIPR. I Market Prices.

of the Richest Lands In the State. i ANDREW HANLEY: ,

L_ Representing all the ,
Disston Companies Railroad, Steamboat and :Mill Supplies, Pure White Lead, Zinc and Colors, Glass, Putty,
Varnishes, Brushes, PlaE43mq Decorative Wall Paper, Doors,Sashes,Blinds,etc.
Mixed Paints, ail]'tif&. md, Colors-write for estimate. Locks, y, sh-
Land Weights Cord.'"HlrifMf tfcriws,etc. Lime Plaster Hair and Cement.'
J Kissimmce Company, Cor. Whltaker. President and York Streets - SAVANNAH, GA. ,
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r South Florida R. R. Co's Lands.


Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts, High'and Low Hammocks, first-class Pine Land for PHILADELPHIA.
Orange uroves,und rich reclaimed: lands for garden purposes. .
Inaugurators[ or the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida(without ice).
Reference: Our Acc't Sales and check Saturday,for every shipment cloeed out that week.
ran.ge Gr.: over, 1O Yearn Established.G. '

: EJ : I.MEFL ,

And Improved Truck Farms. Comm1S1On: : J.\I.Ierob.an.: "t

168 Reade Street, I FOR TIlE SALE I NEW YORK.
fruits and Produce, Also Hides, Furs, Honey, Etc. Florida Oranges .
References-Banking houses and principal shippers throughout the State. Send for Stencils
and Market quotations. Tri-weekly quotations by telegraph to Times-Union during

shipping__, _peason._ ________ __ __h_ ___ __ ,
Send for Price and Description List.WilliAM.



Refer to this paper. Klsslramee, Orange County, Fla. -rb.e orange: ai.d J.ernOD.: :
In variety,other Citrus Friuts, LeConte and Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Perslmr
LAIcE REGION.lUOltlt.ISON coons Figs,Guavas,Grapes! ,etc.


LEESUCRO, Surater County, Florida. H. MANVILLE & CO. ,
Correspondents: AmbUr, Marvin &Stockton,Jacksonville, Kla.; Rank of Manhattan Co.,
New York City; Melville, Evans*Co.,75 Lombard Street,London England.A Lakeland, Polk Couuty, Fla., and Drayton Island, Putnam County, Fla.
general Banki 'g business conducted. Accounts opened for depositors and collections
made. Money placed on mortgage for investors.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.-Correspondents:Stapylton&Co., Fruitland Park,GardeniaP. HOTEL SANITARIA
.O.,Sumter Co., Fla.,and 8 Delahay Westminster, London, England.
Investors and Settlers : Invited to communicate BELLEVIEW, MARION CO.,FLA.
: :re h __ __ ___________ personally or__by_correspondence.HAMMOND'S _____
Hit. II. KNIGHT: Proprietor.
l ilhilUlldc'v.
GRAPE DUST Bellevlew i*.in the highlands of Marion county on the F.R.&N.Railroad,10 miles noutb
Sold by Ocala. Its elevation Hnd distance from rivers and swamps ensures a dry atmosphere and
For Pamphlet address freedom from fogs. Table first-clas*. Northern cooks. All the Florida fruits and vegetables
Fihhklll-on-lludson, N. Y. Seedsmen.GRAIN In their season.! This place is especially commended to those of the Invalid class,and others
who desire all the comforts of a Northern home. Skillful medical attention when needed.
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AND No.313 North Water Street,Philadelphia.
FERTILIZERSVVXLLJ.A.J.I.I Consignments solicited. Returns made on day of sale, except for small shipments.Refer .
( to H.F. Dutton&Co. Bankers,Gainesville Io'la.Iann & Bro., Humterville, FlaJ.
: : : A. BOT.TI: L .T.Wofford, Fort)Mason Ha.: 1<'.C.Austin,Orange City Ha. A.C.Osteen Osteen Fla.:
(Successor to J. E. Hart,) First National Bank, Camden,N.J.; W.P. Clyde&Co., t-hiladelphla; Ocean Steamship{ Co,
Phila.Office.) Hon._A.Canale Charleston S.C.; A.H.Champion, Savannah Ga. .
20 West May Street, Jacksonville, Fla. :
I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. :My new Catalogue will be!sent free on

application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In ::1:.... W. S; ER.J.\I.I.A.: .N' so CJC>.,

Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat
General Commission MerchantsAND

123 Clinton Street. Boston.
1 J. E. Tygert ,& Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers. REFERENCES: A.H.:Manville,Jacksonville; L. Newsome,Crescent City; B. F.Whlt-
ner, Fort Reid ; Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C.W.Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth National
Guaranteed Analysis. Bank Boston. ___ -___--_-
waE lUll(
MURIATE OF POTASH, SULPHATE POTASH, Our new Catalogue of Rare Exotic Plants, and general Nursery Stock,Is now ready.

NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC. Price, 15 cent, Postpaid.
Prices on application. July 2711
(Mailed tree to all customers.)

BUILDING I MATERIAL I Manatee, Florida. .


FRONT PRESSED BRICK...................................................810.00 per 1000 FURNITURE ..
GOOD FLORIDA ............... .................................... 9.00 .. %,

Lime, Plaster,Lath,Cement,Hair,Fire, Fire Bri k, Fire Slabs,Fire Mortar. .

v T .TYSEN, SMITH & CO., 12 West Bay St. Great Reduction in Prices .. 1 1



Real Estate Brokers and Agents, 1st,

61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. When we will remove to No*.44 and 46 West Bay street. Call at once and obtain.our.. reduced .
before purchasing.
Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. Oity prices F. E.. BOGUE & CO.
and Suburban Property for Sale. .. "
Correspondence solicited. N os..2634 and 28 Ocean:street,City.



Mar-II 1887.] f=THE, FLORIDA DISPATCH.. 215W


H. PILLOW President. Cashier.
Real Estate Agency


Healthy Lands! Low Prices;!

\ Forwarding & Commission House. CAPITAL $GO,000. Klsslmmee otters the best chances for set-
ners in Florida. It Is the coming district as
-. all who know the H.ate testify. There is BigM
Transacts a general Banking business. mey for investors in Town Lots
OrangesDirect from the Groves for Sale by Single
high: Pine and Hammock LandAt
Buys and sells Exchange. Letters ot Credit
Box Car-Load.
or cashed. reasonable prices.

land for Truck A few
AibO good Farming.
Has correspondents in all the chief towns
oIma,! Bearing Groves on tracts of trom
O-ther Produce .A..1.so. of Florida also Seaboard National Rank an '
Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
Messrs. C. M.Whitney &Co., New York.In
and afford
these roves are easily enlarged,
Great'Britain The Bank of Irelan J
All.necessary'.facll Itles:for handling Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops. Royal Bank of Scotland: Bank of Britt+t.it a good l start. Correspondence solicited
North America and Melville, Evans & C".
Packages 8ultable*for shipping the above products both made up and in the flat always on London WM. BO'WELL.Kissimmee .

hand and'Corsale; alsootber: Growers supplies,such as Hoops,Wrapping Paper,etc. ,Orange Co., Fla
+ Location the.best; viz:


Circulars and Stencils on application.

J / 1 SEEDSSend Manager,

San Mateo, Putnam County Florida.The .

732seIAflJ 4O&Anjl4 forre wur Illustrated CatalogueVegetab'e
) 1&nnOfll: J./r,2b : ,, la v.iowUI .
Flower, Field, S E E D S best varieties of the Orange and Lemon
Plants Bulb,Implements. and other Citrus Fruits.
by mall on application. Don't
CTCWqAj FREE neglect wilting for I'. Choice: varieties of the Fig,of recent Intra
S &rw1) 0AtlFnCdl
; rw : HIRAM SIBLEY & CO., dnctlon.

Rochester, N. Y. ChicaQo, III. TheCattley Guava,both the Red and YeJ-
:322-326 E. Main St. 12 14 N. Clark 8t low.
s '(> is1tr JVe/L O & ; {' 't7j777 / cp4q /
.' N.DOBISIIVSAc BRO.i The Peach and Pear of the sorts beat adaptedto
the soil and climate of Florida.

i The Japan Plum,varieties of the Mulberry
; t 'Im{ flart's Choice Bananas,Grapes,Pecans, etc..

49 Catalogue free on application.

REFERENCES-Crosby&Gowen Han Mateo;
trZ.Ci Hon. (.,. W. Lyle Han Mateo; W. J. Webb,
Ps.Islf k'A..

aowJw) <9t 'flwi-c'crir o'r'c3oJcrurrnpo __ :New :J1.ants.

',,J; tr
y. Recommended for Florida.

J "Nca x NA' S erJ.CrnRJ: q. .

Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters,
Walnuts of Commerce; Hind's Paper Shell,

Jomw} : \h .Gt1 1'r'J t St. AVI\WJA"' l. 44 W. Forsyth St.,Op.St.Johns Hotel Proeperturiens; Japan Plums, Adriatic rigs,

\ ) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Olives. Pomegranates,Roses,and many other .
novelties. Everything! healthy and free from
done In all Its branches.
Gnnsmithing scale. Everything reliable. Send for catalogue

@ f e IRON SAFE WORK free. Pamphlet on Fig Culture If)

Hntria) rats on Stencil ('nttingby mall. cents. Many plants can be sent by mall.

( KISKN( : Frt-'lu. CHI Horn I.*.
Have'on: handjand: sale a large stock of fine
D.M. FERRY & CO. ; 3q L'Cf'Dtj(' ;
Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees. I iI!$I ii!1 are admitted be the All k
Stocks five and buds one, two and three years old. All the leading named' vanctles; well Qa in tht world. ,
grown and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees, Roses,.tc. end for ..;J D.M.FERRY&CD'SIllutrmUd 1rECQ -
descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhere.L. .! De g
W. LIPSEY ACO.; Cltra: Marion To., Fla. !C::!a rrl"Uf.*rrie. ----- t J #, SEED ANNUAL Nuncrj.
E. M. L'KNGLK. W. A. ItKI.I. !" For 1887
will be mailed The iHigest grou er or il CSI- I 1' JIIH from Cut-
STATE BANK OF FLORIDA.Oeposit applicants FREE'to and all in N biy no W.W.TtmM1 other ana a\o'd oN-rnitLvilleUa.Might tata'rguesfree -

Colactwaaoa'iwithout -.- -- -
Safe SaC"e.Open customers
Dally (Sundays and Legal! Holiday.. excepted). Banking hours 9 a. in. to X p. m. or-
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. ru. to 5 p. m. derinctt.ton ibley'sTested

Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and S20 per Year. Isealrabl.toa1l.Zsery p.,. Si Catalogue free for on It.application.Send .dS
uiing -
field or II1UAM SIBLEY & CO..
W. N. BARER Cashier. HENIIY A. L'ENGLK. Mattnirer.Hotel. JToiMr 8KKD8 riould v v CHICAGO.
MJIIl for it.Addrew
The Altamonte: Detroit, Mich.
ALTAMONTE STATION, ORANGE CO., FLA. Whereas three weeks' notice has been
FRANK A. COTKAN, Proprietor. given of this mee'ing to amend the articles The Proprietors of the
of association of the Jacksonville Suburban
(Ol the Twin Mountain House White Mountains, N. H.) Real Estate and Railroad Company as required Pensacola Greenhouses & Nurseries
bylaw, as appears by the affidavit
and copy of the same hereto attache t and
"SAN MATEO NURSERIES. made a part hereof; belt wou'd' announce that they are now fully.or-
Resolved That tho article be amended as g nlzed and prepared for business, with a
follows: In lieu of the sentence 'the amount large and,extensive stocK in all department,
A fall'line: of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter planting. of Capital Stick authorized' sha'l be twenty- and with a Managing Partner, of 25 years
Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees of all sizes. five thousand dollars to be paId In as called practical experience s Florist, Nurseryman
for.' the language shall be, The amount of and Lardscape Gardner, and H full staff ot
Send for Catalogue. Capital Stock authorized is'Fifty Thousand practical afesihtants in all department
MAXWEI.I, ANDERSON 4c CO., Dollars to be issued fully paid.HENRY .
The Manager who is a practical Landscape
Ran Mateo, Fla. A. L'ENOLE,
Gardener of 25 yea's experience will beplpue.j
W. R.HUNTER President.
to consult with any lady or gentle-
TilE PIONEER BANK! OF SOUTH FLOHIDA.-No. 3409 8ecrE'trary.Nurseries man in regard to the improvement and embellishment -
CIIAS.JOY, President. NAT. BOYNTZ Vice-President. J. H. VIVION,Cashier. of their grounds, nod will furnish -
Late Pesldent Bank Late Cashier hank of Orlando. Formerly Cashier Com'l Bank of of Lake Weir Co. plans nd specifications if desired.
Oriando. Lebanon, Ky. Late of Potter,
Vivion &Co., Bankers, 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees, Send your name and address on a postal.
Bowling Green, Ky. Our trees are very thrifty, three and four card for new illustrated Catalogues of b tn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORLANDO, Orange Co., Fla. year old stock,%to ly4 Inch diameter,with departments. AddressPE1'RACOJ..A
one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible -
Capital Stock Paid In, t50OOO.OO | Aathorllftt Capital, 12 O,000.00 to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for GREENHOUSES AND
Tenders Its best services to the public In all legitimate Banking business Collections In Catalogues. Address NURSERIES,
his region of country made and remitted for promptly on the day of payment c3My E.BSohTLka War,IlL Penaaeaak, Fin




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\.' JAtttsoNVtLLK TO NEW YORK : t Lowest Bates of freight: Aitvny*' Ziveii.
Direct connection at Fertmmlhiii; with h'. K. &N.Ky.
The trt gnl cent Iron Steamships Of this Line will sail from t
EUNAJTOINA FLA. for NEW YORK,alter arrival of trains
from Jacksonville; Cedar Key., Orlando and other points In This Line offers to the Traveling Public and Shlpnersof Vegetables t
South Florida.tiAhONDELETj. ,. and Oranges!' the Quickest and Only Direct Line to :New

Capk Jbhn RUk.s,..., ... ..;Thursday, Mar. 3 York In advance atall
Tickets J and Staterooms t secured
CITY OF &BAN ANTONIO. Capt Wilder.DAHONUELET. ..../Thursday, Mar. 10 ,- Through
ANTONIO ttfek Thiir6day.. Mar 17 points In Florldn.Trains Co's Main foot of Hoganstreet 1
CITY nF MAN Wilaer..Tharsday leave F. R. AN. Depot,
Cupt. Mar.24
CARONDELKT Capt.Johri; Risk. ; ...Thursday Mar.31 at 9.0'inm and i o.OCpm()( on sailing days, connectingwilhSfamfchlpsatFernandlna. .
CITY OF &SAN ANTONIO Capt. Wilder. :.:Tht rsdl\y' Api. 7 .
4 ij'For Tickets and State-rooms and further Information
ARONDELET, Gait.John Risk. .Thur8daY:4pl.14:
CITY OF BAN ANTONIO, Capt. Wilder..Thursday, Apt 21 apply to

R; \V. SOUTHWICKi, Agent;Fernandiuaj; Fla. A Hi CJtJPPEN} OenU Traveling Agent. .j, M. CUTLER Pass. Agent,75 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
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'" 11 aF'1Or d. :J::> : patca I..in..e

With the Magnificent Connections.

i The Great Fast Express Freight: System of the South.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. Paiatka nnd Jacksonville S.'uth
Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford, 1"Y, Ky between Jacksonville, Gainesville, River Junction and t-avannah, Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean SteamshipLine
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 Northwe t. Receivers
and shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection:

Double daily fas: freight service from all points North and West! via and Savannah
Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah. Jacksonville Calla-
to all points In Florida; fast fre gut trains both via Gainesville, ,
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior han and Live Oak.
and Coast points. ', including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and 'l'rl't>eld .sprvlce by: the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from
Providence. New York: (New: IMer So, :North River,) direct for Savannah Tuesdays,hursdays and Satur-
Trl-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah da's.
Mondays, Wednesdays! and<' The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursdayfor
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners.Transportation Company,leav- Savannah direct, making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
1n 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 Cor any,leaving Savannah From Baltimore Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., two steamers per week
every:taturday. I from Baltimore for Savannah direct making close connection with S., F. & W. Ity for all
Sailing( days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. I points South.
The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and best fast freight route from all points Nort h: East and West to Florida. For full particulars rates,stencils and shipping receipts apply
to any agents of the above lines,or to WM. P. BA HDF.F.: : (.en'l Frelcht Agentavannah, Ga.
C. D. OWENS, Truffle Manager Savannah,Ga W. M. DAVIDSON, Ocn'11'''rattle Agent, Jacksonville, 1<'))1\. I). II. ELLIOTT, Trnv. Aucnt.Jitrkwnvllle.JSl ) .
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The Flours made by these Mills are not surpassed by any flours made in this country for TREE '

Family use. .
The value of flour depends on the proportionate quantity of gluten,sugar and phosphate
of lime. Maryland and Virginia Wheat, from which out ., .. r"",-?-

manufactured, is unequalled the purity and superior quality of its nutritious prop. .

Pu/tapsoo:: Superlative, North Point Family, Ammonia . . . . . . . . 3.50 Per centvailablc .

,<., ... and other brands. .\ Phosphoric .A cid/. . . . '. . ... .. .. . 4.00 "..

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/ 32 Commerce Street, Baltimore, Md. Magnesia . . . .. . . . . . . . 8.00 .

Represented by Mr.J A8. H. BURST,Jacksonville, Fla. Lime . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. ts ."
This justly cclchratcI l Ian'uc haw! b"en t'orot'ghlv! tri"lf for years in l"loridt.tnll uhvupl
r With the best rcsnlt't.' It i is u.) t:1l'odh.: n'trtiliz: r,but one which haxntood the
: test fur years,and if properly \1"( d t ClI\JW': fil: I tu rrp..y its cost many times over in the increased -
BARRS CLARK & TATE yield of Oranges, gcmral health ann rupid growth of the tree.

It is, and always has been the same superior Fertilizer as when first introduced years ago, y.
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL and we guarantee that\ its quality will be sustained in the future as in the past, as we do not
to cheapen it by the introduction of any inferior and lower priced sources of Ammonia,
Booksellers Stationers & DealersNo. propose Phosphoric Acid,&c.
Paper Our ORANGE THEE Manure iv, securely packed in barrel of 25O IbM.

29 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Send for descriptive pamphlet to

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w ) c h -o = IK the best tlin of alt the )'E'ar.VhlJe the un it!!* low and ground moist and no growth on
u t- og I the tiers the chances of success are mm h better th -n set later in the apt lug.
A :.!!;: s a a Real Estate & Insur: Agents, !a' O r S x S i. Kor Catalogue send request to
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bay fronts. Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites .
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hundred heads which ought to sell 1 hibited in our deeds we have no sa start for the old goal. In this intervalof
: FloI'idiana.' for one dollar per head, beside. fifteen 1 loons, consequently have no justice:: ot pause investments may be advantageously -
hundred or more plants worth $15 per the peace, constable! police, or other made.
:. > ]hundred. Nothing very vi-iouary officer, nor do we need one. We have That property in Florida will shortly
Didn't Know 'Twas Loaded. about such a crop as that. Cavendish 1 two Methodist churches, one Baptist, ,take an upward tendency ;s as cer-
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: bananas will pay well even in loc Cities two saw and planing mills, four stores, tain as that it is now down. A rise is
There seems to be a general belief where they are cut down every good school privileges, one railroad as much a certainty now as was a fall
tbat Florida is not sufficiently advertised other winter. depot-on the Florida Southern twelve months ago. During last
and to a certain extent I share No, Brother Scribblers, be guardedin three; miles distant, another on the F. we put into operation more than tree
that opinion ; but of gratuitous advertising what you say. If Florida's repu- R. & N., four miles, and within a hundred miles of railroad and openedup
1 of an undersirable sort, she is tation suffers because you allow your short time the iron horse will be a .country correspondingly wide.
getting a great deal too much. Every mouth! to "go off half-cocked/ will snoriing through our town on the : This will shortly be filled by the immigration
. defect and shnrt-coming sh*. poses('sand I he a poor apology for you to say you new Melrose and Micanopy\ Railroad ; ''II and business now pouting into
a great many which she does not didn't-know-'t wasloaded.JAY. so y 'III see we shall not la k for ship South Florida; and then will come a
possess, is daily heralded to the world SHRODER ping facilities. The writer having I reaction for the better, as we are now
not aloie by enemies or in the interest Winter Haven, Polk Co., Fla., Feb. 12. spent eight years in traveling over suffering a period of depression corresponding -
of a rival State, but by friends as well, Florida, a little over one year ago se '' to our previous prosperity*
whose stab though unwittingly given, Windsor. lected this place for his home in preference : ., There is no reason for despair, and if
is as, deadly as the malicious thrust ofa Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: to any other place he had seen we apply business principles to the situation
foe. Printer's ink, at the commandof Thinking perhaps some of yon in the State, on account of its fine we may take the same advan-
a careless writer, is as dangerous as readers would like to know somethingof climate, excellent soil, the very best tage of the present that We have of the
the proverbial "empty gun" in the Windsor and this section of Flor of water, its remarkable healthfulness past with equal profit. If we cannot}
hands of the"didu't-know-twas-loaded" ida, (which we venture to think tht freeness from insects, its good others will gather the ripening harvest.
crank. Those who write for the press very best part of the State), I will t y society, and its accessability. If any Let's up and be doing.-Palatka News*
should be sure of their facts, not too to give you and your many readers of your readers want a home in Florida .+
hastily in their conclusions and em- some idea of our section. Alachua send them here, and I think they Florida for a Poor Man.
ploy language which cannot be mis county lies very near the center of the will be convinced I made no mistakein What is the chance for a poor man ?
construed. We cannot hope to silence State, and is second only to Duval my choice of a place for a home. Very good, indeed. I think it is betterin
those who have a malicious or mer- county in population, and for health, L C. R. Florida than any where else in the
cenary nrtice in slandering Florida, but fertile lands, water and society, standsat *-+* world. If a man comes here without
we need not furnish them the muni- the head of any county in the The Outlook.
any money, depending entirely upon
tions of war. There are too many State. Gainesville, the seat is One warned
county year ago we our people his labor for a support and to securea
"didn't-know-'twas-loaded" writers in a smart, thriving city of some four or that the "Florida boom was dead," home, he must expect to have a long,
Florida. When the editor of Pensa- five thousand inhabitants. Directlyeast and that we must go back to strict hard struggle before success will crown
cola Commercial wrote *The climate of Gainesville, some five miles, business principles and hard work if his efforts. But if he is honest, industrious -
ofFlorida: outside of Dade and Monroe .lies one of Florida's prettiest lakes we would live through the inevitable persevering and eeonomical,
is shakey so far as frost and called Newnan's Lake, some twenty- I season of depression certain to follow( he may expect to win in the end.
freezes are concerned," etc., he proba- eight or thirty miles in circumference, years of inflated values and speculation. Though I speak thus plainly of the
bly "didn't-know-'twas loaded" but it well stocked with fish. On the eastern That time for hard work is now difficulties to be met yet where can
was, and the report was just what the shore of this lake our town of Windsor upon us, but we see as little necessity he do better? The cost of food is no
Santa Clara Valley, of California was is located, covering what was for despair now as for undue elationat more than in any of the eastern States
listening for. That paper now asserts formerly known as the Ed Lewis and the height of the boom. The freezeof and many of the western. The mate-
that "the newspapers of Florida f frank. Elder King farms, and noted for last winter was not needed to pricka rial for clothing is very little' if any
,: ly confess that State is an uncertain years as two of the most productivefarms balloon whose fall was already at higher in price, while very much less
country for orange culture." in the county or State. Nearlyone hand. The end would have come soon is necessary. And, in the country
A prominet Florida seedsman says half of the 4,000 acres were under without the freeze, and the one only fuel costs nothing except" the labor of
I in his catalogue : "The musk melon is cultivation when the war broke out. marked the memorable collapse::! of the cutting and hauling it.
a failure in Florida so far, only the This land has been laid out in lots', other. It has been demonstrated that If a man can bring a few hundred
earliest amount to anything." I ranging from one to twenty acres, our trees can endure owr hardest cold dollars with him to buy a little land
gathered over three hundred from much of it being fifty feet higher than and so much nas been gained. and start a home for himself, he may
ninety hills, equivalent to thirty-six the lake and sloping gradually But our hotels railroads and towns expect in a few years to be independ
hundred per acre last t season. Such do.vn to it. Many milts of streets had outgrown our population, and the ent.-Florida Correspondent Farm
failures will not injure Florida, but have nicely graded, and more than temporary pause in the march of pro- and Fireside.
misleading statements like that quoted twenty miles of oak and other shade gress was inevitable. It is equally .
will. trees set out, boxed and.well cared for, certain that when the conditions are State News.
'In the DISPATCH of the 7th inst., which in the near future will (if not changed that march will be resumed. Orange trees on Indian river are
Mr. Boggess, of Manatee\ county says: already) make Windsor one of the We are demonstrating now that not I putting on a fine growth after the late
"To plant bananas and pine apples as most beautiful places in the State. even the calamity liar can; injure us I rains.
profitable crops, will not do for practical Our soil is a dark rich loam, which save for a very short time. Informationcan : Shipments of strawberries from
men though it may do for vision makes our drives fine, hard and now be made too precise and full [ Starke are just twenty-nine days in
aries. The banana headsare smooth. The soil when properly tilled to admit of doubt, and the public can i advance of the first of last season.
small and the fruit has no flavor. produces the finest vegetables of all soon correct malicious or false reports. !
The LeConte in full
t The same can be said of pine-a pples kinds, and seems equally as well adapted Activity in real estate has been suspended -,: bloom pear the trees,
That may be of Mr B's locality, but to the growth of the orange, peach, but no industry with a solid :, to be), are in among.the Tallahassee prettiest sights
it will not apply to others. Here in pecan, plum, and all other kinds of: business basis has been suspened and seen country
the lake region of Polk county, pine- small fruits. none but paper towns have been burnedin I now.As
apples have grown all winter without Many\ orange groves are being set the blaze of criticism so suddenly the price for oranges has slightly
other protection than that furnishedby out, while there are many old bear- turned upon us. advanced in market our growers are
the lakes ; and as f for flavor, 1_never ing groves in the vicinity. It is only But as we warned Floridians to put beginning to ship *their fruit more
knew what a luscious pine-apple was about ten miles from the famous Har- trust no longer in the boom, so now we[ : freely.
until I came to South Florida. Here ris and Bishop groves. Several thous- warn those who mean business that the i The LeConte pear will add its quota
too are some extensive banana patches, and peach trees have been planted time for investment in our lands and[ for the first time! this year to the re-
not the ''small head and no flavor last season and the present winter. industries is at hand. Fancy prices, ceipts of fruit giowers about Green
sort,"' but the Cavindish, Mum Chi : The writer set Honey Peach trees in and inflated values are out of the mar- Cove Spring.
nensis Cavendishii which produces December, 1885, and picked in April ket, and the next change will be up The full corn crop of last year has
enormous heads of the most delicious following the finest peaches he evr ward. Our improvements had got; made most of our farmers too anxiousto
bananas grown anywhere.. I have an tasted, trees cost but fifteen cents each. ahead of our populition ; foreign cap plant cotton, and as an immense
l' acre of this sort which will producethis We have a population of some four ital had given us r growth too rapidfor 1 amount of kainit has been purchased
season, notwithstanding the two hundred intelligent, industrious people health, and we are now bracing j by them, we fear a heavy long cotton
cold snaps in January, at least three and as the sale of liquor is pro- muscles and hardening bones for a new crop.-Jasper Courier.THE .


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lf01le and Orchard. that beggar weed was preferable to for their support. The bottoms of arging the area and variety of these
crab grass, if but one kind of feed was these drawers are of galvanized wire fruits that, in a year or two more,

: : :: ; : (;:::::::':::: C : : : : :::: :::: 1" to be raised. He advised the tryingof netting, such as is ustd for window facts will speak for themselves. It is
A Discussion of Home Matters. various kinds of f forage, as the experiments screens. A door fur the fourth side fair to estimate that about ten thous-

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: nted not cost much, prop- is provided, which is fastened by four and fruit tiee, aside from the orange,
The Charles Downing Horticultural erly managed.Short ho ks, a space being ]left under the have been put out in this vicinity the

and! Agricultural Society( met at Kerr remarks were made by o'her door tor draught. One person can part season. As the growers have
City Fla. members present, which exhibited a pare core :+nd slice a bushel of apples m mostly raistd their own orange nurse
February 12th, and heldan
interesting meeting.The decided opinion in favor of home- in an hour, and a much larger quuu' ries'', an estimate has not been made of
first on the grown forage, and the saving of the tity of fruit may be prepared in the the increase in the range groves, but
vas an
address by the President, L. H. Mead. expensive and burdensome hay and same time. 1 he slice are carefully we are certain 1 that it has not been in
Subject : "1 he Neglectd I Fig" He grain bil!Is. laid on the wire and I the door shut, keeping with the are covered by other
took the ground that the The society adjourned to meet againat while a gentle fire in the stove underneath varieties of fruits, and this we considera
was a neglected -
fruit, and( fell far short of receiving Kerr City, March 5th, 1887.A. soon evaporates them so as to wise step! MI the part of our growers.
the attention it merited, whichwas MEMBER. retain their form and flavor. Berries \Ve regard the peach, pear and the ,
due t-) the fruit growers Florida Dwarfing the 4 Orange. or any other fruit may be easily driedin different varieties of the plum as having -
being so engrossed!: in this way at small expense for fuel, ; a future in this section, to be surpassed .
claimed orange other desirable growing.He There eon; -iderable interest just at and with no danger of loss from dust l : : by none in point of profit of

fruits had suffered many the same neglect present in the subject of dwarfing the or injects, mid the) product will in all (culture. The Spring.
for the same reason. While the orange and l lemon. The following by respects he the equal l of that from any /A4 -- -
should always be the orange ]Martin Benson is right to the point of the high-priced or more elaborate LeConte Pear Trees.
regarded staple
as -
fruit of "Limonia trifoliata, the only hardy mechanisms in use. The LcCunte. will not flourish on
our favored State, at .
the same time we should not allow yet species of the citrus fruits seems to be ---ref-- any roots but its own, and it is important -
any perfectly hardy here. it forms) a low Experience With Tree Pedlers. to keep its snp free from the con-
one staple to exclude us from other
shrub with trifoliate leaves-very Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: tamination of the old diseased vari
sources revenue. The
yet be the victim of some orange sweeping may beautiful-and blooms constantly.The There are hundreds: of persons all dies, and therefore it should I { never be

blight, as many other fruits have been ;I fruit is red, about the size of a about the State who, like myself, wish propagated by grafting. It is unf+'r-

and, if so, those) who are depending; pigeon' egg, of fine flavor ((1)), and from time to time, to buy nursery tunate that some nurserymen have
upon the one source of revenue will be bears most abundantly. 0 stock and feel somewhat hesitant about already sent ot grafted LeConte pear
in a predicament more to think When oranges and other citrus fruits tr sting their orders to stranger--, for trt e3. The pedigree tree only is reliable -
about than to realize. easy are grafted on Limonia trifoliata, they feir that they will not be fairly dealt that i is, treys grown from cuttings
Among the merits of the fig ale dwarfed the same as the Paradise by and get stuck true to name, and in regular succession from the originaltree
mentioned its h "atthfulness and thriftiness stock dwarfs the apple. They form, have it properly handled, etc. I must The temptation to propagate
of tree growth, the freedom of- when thus treated, small and very pro tell of one experience with an agent the LeConte by grafting or budding IB
the tree from insect enemies the [lific j bushes which arespeciay)) adapted from a Northern nursery, who was very great, as it is a certain and cheap
and cheapness of cultivation and fer- for|(( pot culture, as they never grow through here some three years or more method ; and any number can he
.tilization, its great productiveness and large,and bear when very young, when since, and succeeded in securing avery grown in that way ; whereas the number -
only two old The stock of that be had) from
one or liberal
the in which the fruit years patronage: as he was a cuttings can
many ways
be prepared for home use or for mar can dwarfs| the tree only) ; the fruit is of ;good talker, suave, gentlemanly and I pedigree trees is limited and only a

ket. The fig can be dried, stall zed, full size and quality, and the flowers lib ral, in giving an occasional rosebush :small per cent of them grow, so that
cry are as heautiful and as fragrant the ]ladies will elapse before the
picKled, canned, preserved, and made as on to putting in freo, a many years
into marmalade, jam, butter, the standard trees. few strawberry plants, etc., and made i country can be supplied with pedigree
etc. There is also a large demand syrup for They make a most exquisite p >It i it "as clear as wind" that his Japan I trees.-Southern Cultivator.

fresh fruit at home, which will plant, and for greenhouse culture they persimmon trees were cheap at 82.50, .-.S
well to supply. pay are vastly superior\ to s'andards! for when plenty of better ones at seventy- The Kelsey Plum.

The chief obstacle to contend within several I reasons: : Ut. They do not grow five cents were waiting purchasers at The Kelsey Japan plum so gener-

fig culture being the rainy seasonat large, are easily handled, and do not all our nurserie Same with pears, ally introduced( last year, has made a

the time of ripening, ,. aking it almost occupy much room. 2d. They comeintu grapes, plums, peaches, etc. Severalof very satisfactory growth. Where
impossible to produce sun-dried bearing at once, and 3d. They my friends gave orders and I went budded on to native plum stocks they
figs, but winch difficulty the are most prolific, I have seen fine ort t to Sanford with them to receive their have done even better than the original -
parent anjres on a plant fifteen inches, high stock and it roots. Reliable who have
driers can fully overcome. In conclusion ; so happened that one f friend c ct parties
he advocated experiments to be and in) a few years it will !he load: .J who: had ordered some 823 worth including !rown this fruit in Florida( report that
made uth varieties with fruit and flowers ev ry se.ison. a fine variety .,wonderful 1 it ripens between August 15th and
rtcently imported
especially the White Adriatic. I When the merit of these dwarf plants i fair grapes) cherrus: peaches, plum! >, eptember 15th. Has a small[ ftone..
The balance become known, they will be among the of
t the time at the meet most popnlar of greenhouse plants $sold his place and! concluded riot togo ( a pound. They are firm and ship
ing was consumed in the discussi! of Those:; who wish to decorate their j near the "tree man" and ''let him well They are extra luscious when

the subject, "Can Florida lake her houses with ripe oranges on the trees, whist e" as h,. could not collect a billof ] ripe ; when evaporated they exceed
forage" cheaper than she can buy will find these Lilliputians: of I he citrus a man wh ) had( nothing. Well, 1 any prune of commerce. Buds hear
it. The discussion was led off by B. family especially. adapted to theirwants. offered the man in charge five dollars when one or two years old and never
t S.:) and J. J. Wouuday. B S.,!, 'V oun- ." for) the lot, all 01 which seemed to bei fail to nave a heavy crop. A food as
day was bold to say we could raise our+ i i good order and fi led the bill well]) well as a luxury. They can be
forage for one-half the of importation Drying Fruit at Home.
expense i- of the other fellow who made the sale, plante between young orange trees
from the Northand that the In a recent number of the Amer and was conveniently absent just now. and will pay a good profit before the '
cheapest forage to raise, by all odds, icon Agriculturist a homemade fruitdryer The result was that, after a little bantering 1- oranges hear. Several of our citizens
was the much despised crab grass. He :Is described, of considerable capacity F got thestuff at my offer and] have already planted them this sea-

claimed many people were unwillingto which seems to be especiallyadapted took it home and used the utmost care son and many more will do so.-Mic-
experiment unless they sent a big for use by those whose cropsof insetting, caring for and nursing upto anopy Gazette.
bunch of money to i orne remote corner fruit are not too large The dryeris the present time, and what I have ..-
of the earth for s miething new, whereas described as J f: Bows : Take three left of it after two years of extn care Short Orange Crop Next Season.

nine times out of ten, it would pay sides of a rectangular box of the size i is not worth over a dollar in a Florida A Leesburg correspondent says:
much better. and cst much less, to of a cook stove, s > that the entire top nursery and would he a f fool'sh! tour "As a matter of information there area
experiment with what was light at t of the stove may be utilized. Th'' chase at that. Exit all hnvf/hcg/ tree great many orange trees of beating
hand. All ugrfclIJru:ists should observe l bottom and side of th" box
top, one (lgP1 ''x. S. BIGELOW. size in this vicinitwhich have no
closely the iriowths native to are removed.: It is open at top andbottom Sanford, Fla., Feb.3';. bloom at all upon them. Indeed then
t... {their respective localities. before risking when in use and i is time feet '- --.- are entire groves and many of them
money and time in sending for and experimenting in height, standing on irtm lets six Fruit Growing in Clay County. -upon which no bloom scarcely can bet
on untri d novelties. H Ie inches high The formed the We have
space ) by before remarked that i found.] Such groves are generally remarkable
claimed his crab grass hay suited his legs between the bottom of thin box was our belief that Clay county wouldbecome 1 for the extensive growth
horee better than the best importedhay and the tip of the stove i ii enclosed by yet the banner fruit growing they are now putting on. If this
he could get, and cost less than a strip of zinc six inches wide:, restingon county of the State, owing to its peculiar scarcity of bloom is general over the
half as much. the stove and united to the bottom adaptability to the growing of State there certainly will be a short
J. J. Wounday also stated that we edge of the box. '1 welve drawers, 01 e nearly every variety of fruit, exceptstrictly t. crop next season. The lemon trees
could raise our forage at onehalf'ofthe and a half inches deep, fit in the open tropical fruits. So gradually] are generally blooming heavilv. :. 5
coat of importation; but believed I II' tide of the box; cleats being provided have our farmers and growers been en- GEO. H. McKEE; :.'J.'...

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wrapped, solidly and regularly pac' ed. : give a description of his garden, whichwe
J\1arrl\eMIl\ g' In all respects Equal to any I haves The Aden think is the finest we have yet seen
nt this winter, and should have sold in Florida. The list is as follows :
\- : : : : : :: : for the btst and would have ;: : -
price, Cabbages, beets, carrots, rutta bagas,
THEJFRUIT; EXCHANGE. done so, if it had been put in the Marketing Strawberries.Editor peas, lettuce kale, turnips, radishes,
Experience but Satisfac ands of a fruit merchant who had FLORIDA DISPATCH: onions and 1 snap beans. Four months
sense enough to discriminate. Fruit Judge Cessna in his paper preparedto ago this was raw land, but when he
tory.I growers who have fruit to throwaway be read before the Nurserymen's broke it up it was given agouti coaling
have just received returns from can send it to the Exchange ; but for Association, says : of lime which thoroughly sweetenedit.
my second shipment of oranges throughthe myself I can say, I pack my fruit in "The importance of placing fruits He has water pipes laid under the
Florida Fruit Exchange. I received such a uniform and careful manner, 'of any kind on the market in goud ground, and a tank built at such an
and it is OI: such quality that it has order i is admitted by all-yet large elevation as to force the water through
For Deducting 22 boxes oranges cents per a check box for for the.box... .$, 10 23 ranged from $5.00 down to $2 25 per quantities are lost every year on meth them to any part of the garden. It is
wraps, picking, packing, etc .. 11 00 box. I have been satisfied with the ods of transportation previously proven, watered by means ofrevolviug sprinklers -
Leaves me for22 boxes orange .. --77 way. I have been used, and the prices a failure. This is eminently so with which are attachable to any of the
Now my entire experience with tlw obtained: by my commission merchants, strawberries. Growers seem to rush hydrants which thus save a great deal
Florida Fruit Exchange is thus : and shall stay \\iithem\ till some better into methods without method or judg of labor, when watering is necessary.
. ment. We have been in to the tune
FIRST SIIIl>!IE T. ; way is discovered.I Our declaration that vegetables can
21 boxes, received check....... .. ", ...$ 14 49 felt disposed to join my brother of thousands of quarts. Our eyes are be profitably raised on high, pine land .
SECOND SHIPMENT. fruit[ growers in the Exchange, hoping open-still our neighbor-with our by using a little fertilizer and plentyof
22 boxes received cheek ,... .... 10 23 that in union find filly before him, persists in going in too. is
we might strength. water substantiated
Total for 43 boxes oranges .. .. '.. 24 72
Deducting 50 cents per uox for box, 1 L tee-now we have made a mistake. It Funny, ain't it? Truly, man is "an by Mr. J:ckson.
.... "
wrap, picking, etc 21 5!) institu tion.
is too big a thing for small heads to The cabbage, t tl1 which he has several -
Leaves me net for 43: boxes oranges sold manage, and the Exchange not only Investigation reveals the method of varieties will be ready f for ship-
through the Florida Fruit Exchange. 3 22
breaks down itself, but, in its stupid transportation in general use. ment in about a week. The rutabuga's
About seven and one-half c- nts 1. C. S. Durling's Refrigerator car
per blundering, cripples those merchantswho and turnips are as fine as any
box. At the same time and in the really do ;know how to do husi system. one would wish to see. Strawberry
same market (Boston,) my commission ness. Fruit growers:!, we must not be 2. Small refrigerators as used by plants are in bloom, and pea vines as
merchant has not sold a single the Southern Refrigerator Company.
ashamed: because we have been deludd luxuriant as any we. have ever seen -
box less than $2.25, an.I. the last returns but we should be ashamed if 3. Pancoast & Griffiths ventilatedcrate North or anywhere else. They are

from him (received- the same we continue/ to he. plan.Berries laden with bloom, snap beans are
week of the above from the Florida DUDLEY W. ADAMS. have and can be carried nearly gone, and carrot almost ready
Fruit Exchange) was a check for Tangierine, Fla., February 18, IS.r7.; succcessfully by either method. We for market. His radishesare, of larga
$94.60 for( fifty-two boxes, and that is i know it because we have done it. By size and exceedingly pahtable. He
the lowest return I have had this The Present Situation.Editor the first, we have lost some fruit-lack uses Peter Henderson's seeds mainly,
season. FLORIDA DISPATCH : of ice the By the second V
cause. and gives his personal attention to the
I can see serious objections to We did not !/') so far as your criti- more "man's inhum.inity to"-one garden.; Any one who having tried
marketing our crop through commission cism of our remarks; implies, in that another-the case, and by the third, gardening here, and have failed,
men. I hoped the Florida Fruit this miserable condition of the orange half or )ver-nature's purversenecs in would do well to visit::! Mr. Jackson::; ,
Exchange would be of use in tracingout m-'irket resulted from auction sales, and refusing t-> furnish the "cool dry air" who I am sure would be pleased to
a better plan, but dire stupiditythat we must sly: we think you a little premature I necessary to carry off the "fruit heat" give them some advice as well as en-
will force fruit at auction on a to this "(ll1e.tion the correctness ) -the cause. Each plan has its couragement. What he is doing, can
full market and sacrifice sound fruit of said statement." \Ve simply friends. We do not condemn either, readily be done by others, an I his
that would keep weeks is past forgiv stated the trut -the fact that the unprecedented but we trust, however, that we may be garden certainly contradicts the state-
ing. Such a suicidal course not only low prices and lack of ; permitted to remember what P. Henry ment made by some persons that you
sacrifices the fruit consigned to them, confidence in our orange market said to the fathers about a lamp, etc., cannot raise: vegetables on high pine
but breakes the market hopelessly so commenced and continued parfl.lel1Oitlt! that's all. 1-ind.-A griculturist.
our tried and competent commission the regular auction! sale We say it The objections to the first plan r -r *-.-<
men cannot hold it up. I assure you is a significant; coincident for your people summed up, are, expensiveness: necessity Strawberries and Vegetables.We .
it gives me no pleasure to tell my to contemplate. of a large acreag 5 to sustain it may now consider the straw-
humiliating experience\ with the Ex- "Equally low prices prevailed"never and tendency to monopoly. Its com- berry season of 1887 as fairly inaugurated -
change. But I should not be true to before without some other self mendation are, perfect security againstless and this delicious fruit will
my fellow fruit growers, who water evident reason. You instance 1884 l of fruit in transit Celerity and soou grow more abundant and
their trees with the sweat of their :. and 1885. In 1884 the rot and in ease in handling. Uniform results cheaper, as the acreage planted in
brows, if I did not warn them so far 1885 the freeze are well known causes "delays" not "dangerous. stra! berries in Florida considerably
as my knowledge goes. The Florida without dispute. You further instancethe Objections to second plan are its exceeds that of last year. Of courseat
Fruit Exchange must show some sort "\V estern markets being too far absolute requirement of great care in present prices the* emend is limited,
of business capacity before( it can ex- distant to be influenced bv sales in handling. Want of sufficient ice ca- as they are a luxury which can only
pect to receive our confidence. New York and Philadelphia." pacity to keep berries fr.>ni spoiling in be afforded by wealthy people. But
I have no doubt others have received Why, the notoriously low auction hot weather; and re-icing in transit. when they get down to fifty cents or a
similar returns to mine, but sales here and in New York have induced Its commendations are many, it cano dollar a quart they will be eagerly
from very shame have kept the humiliating the fruit houses in Denver and anywhere on any railroad, reach sought after by hotels, restaurants and
fact to themselves. It wouldbe Minneapolis to employ their correspondents any market, deliver in good condition, families to make the toothsome and
pleasanter for me to do the same, here to buy at these sales The third method has its objectionstoo. always welcome "strawberry short
but if we have an institution at home and re-ship, and many more of our Berries must t he picked green in cake"etc. The festival season comes
slaughtering us worse than the distant nearer Western friends have thus warm weather at the expense of size still later, when the "best berry that
merchants we ought to know it. Hereis helped us along. and flavor. Certain weather condi- God ever rnide" is most plentiful.
an item. We simply mention the.facts as they tions must exist, otherwise the fruit i is: Southern vegetables are just begin-
When the Florida Fruit Exchangemade exist. We need not? "squeal" becausewe sure to spoil. It B also in danger of ning to make their appearance and
its last return it sent me a cata- can have oranges sold at the same injury at all transfer stations,and "de- are much sought after with the ad-
logue of the fruits sold at the same sale auction sales on such terms as to ena- lays lire dangsrous." It commends itself vance of the season by the better class
with mit) ,F brulry: 9, 1887,minesten- ble us to make our regular commissioncover for low rates of transportation,and of trade, as the war-Tier days prompt a
cil No. 2,884, sold for $1.15 ; Greoulea all. number of markets served. desire for something fresh and green.
& Pomeroy russets $2.10. This Green. PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS. You have'in brief: the methods now Early peas and string beans are arriving -
leaf is one of the moguls of the Florida Philadelphia, February. 4 23, 1887. in use. You pay and take your choice. in small quantities and sell]}
Fruit Exchange, hence the difference Our ticket to New Yvrk reads viaDurling's from $4.50
readily at to $5 per crate. ..
It is claimed that Panas: ff kee will "
price.Moral.If. Refrigerator Car. "C. Scarcely cucumbers enough. are com
strawberries this than
ship more season .. .
you want a good price forward establish
ing to quotations,
other the Florida Rail-
point on DeLand Garden.
for your oranges become a director in any but good quality from hot house bring
the Florida Fruit Exchange. The way and Navigation.The About four months ago Mr. L. D about ?3 per dozen. Choice new
fruit which I fooltd( away by sending vegetable crop at Lake Worthis Jackson )leased a plot of ground of E. beets bring: $2 per crate ; cabbage
it to the Exchange was very choice, fair now, and its prospects improving W. Barnhill, and commenced market S3 50 to 83 75 per barrel crate; toma-
and mostly budded fruit, mostly 176 with every rain. All that seemsto gardening. We visited the gardenlast toes bring S3.5U t. So per crate.
and 200 counts, with some 226 and be lacking is sufficient rapid and week and were surprised at the The above are wholesale>> prices.-N..
250. It was carefully sized: assorted, reliable transportation. progress he had made, and will try to Y. Market Journal. Feb. 25lh.

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fertilizer to plow under. I would or deterioration of the contents in any larger percentage of good feed, the
Forage Crops strongly advise everybody to avoid way have appeared. mold not penetrating the new ensil-
this "weed for it is else. .
nothing *- age.-New Farm.NAPLES.
But one farmer in this vicinity has How Shall Silos be Built?
Raising Fodder on High Pine Land.
the presumption to praise its good Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
James Caulfield, who has a large qualities, and he is .the poorest farmerin I had been thinking of asking you : : t

dairy at DeLand, gives his experiencein the neighborhood. The weed is a to write an article on !silos: and ensilage -

growing fodder for mulch cows and perfect nuisance more ways than one. when, to my delight, Henry C. THE
other stock on the high pine lands of When once it gets; "set" in a field it is Foster's article on that subject appeared
Volusia county in the Agriculturist, impossible to eradicate it. It begins to in your valuable paper.

as follows : grow as soon as the corn is "laid by"in Silos, I think, will solve the questionof Most Sonthorn City of Flonda.
Before any just conception can be May\ and by the time the corn is forage in Florida.In .
formed of what has been done, it must ready to gather the weeds are as highas summer, when our forage plantsare
be born in mind that it is not one or the corn, and it makes the harvest most abundant, there is so much

two head of stock we have to providefor ing of the crop vexatious, as well as rain that it is difficult to properly cure

but twenty-eight head, as we have dangerous to the eyes of man and hay.I.
fed our six large hogs, as well as beast. The leaves of the weed are do hope Mr. Foster will give us'full 1"+',Deep ult and wafer Vegetable Railroad Lands.Terminus.High Rolling Fertile ..
twenty-two head of cattle on green small and lance shaped, and cattle directions in regard to buildingand Pine Lands fur Hulldiner. Balmy and Salubrious -
feed entirely, for now going on five and horses will eat them after the managing a silo." Bathing.Climate.The Sportmeu's Magnificent ParadUe.Surf and The Pea In-
weeks, and previous to that fed green rest of the field is gleaned over. The Can the ensilage be cut and stored Resort valids' Sanitarium. Tue Pleasure-Seekers'
fodder once a day for some fourteen weed does not grow rank enough for while wet, as well as dry?
days. Of course we have fed our fertilizing purposes unless the land is What is the price of the Rose; or

usual quantity of middlings, bran, "cow penned." On ordinary soil it some other good ensilage cutter, and Fine Opportunities for Invest-
etc., but during the time mentioned ,grows slender and not more than a where obtained? ment.
green fodder has entirely taken the foot or two high. The progressive Where can the seed of Milo maizebe

place of hay. farmers hereabouts plant conch peasat had ? J. L DERIEUX, 20,000 CITY LOTS.
On the land cleared last winter we the time of the last plowing of their Lakeland, Polk county, Fla., Feb.56, 1887.
it good application of and October the is Will Mr. Foster please answer these
put upon a corn, by ground a ...I. '1.-b t e Iff" I lJ,' I
barnyard manure, plowed this in dense sheet of living green, and by questions ? .ta.L." .-I +- !
eighteen inches deep (there is nf> November first the field is white with Write to W. A. Bours,Jacksonville, ...fA 1/fA I fffE&J! .Iflr
greater mistake made than the systemof blossoms. The horses are turned in for Milo maize seed.-ED. 0tJIf'Q' .... ;@fei I; I Ivnrw
shallow plowing in use all aroundus the and 4 I '. I
as soon as pods are ripe, they ?s.in I
), then sowed on cow peas broad get as fat as swine in a short time. Cutting and Packing Ensilage.The .. "\(;)'.r-".-'-". !.."-"J)-'J!. yo.J Lt1olh. I---.("';,:.. !
cast, about one and a quarter bushelsto For three months last year I did not stalks should be in the condi- \ .'"%...- .f .,:-. ;"'"t '
the acre. All who have seen the feed a grain of corn to my three tion of well matured fodder. $: j. .'<" ',, '", S': ....1 1 I sa'St "'I"
crop here express themselves as never horses. The vines make excellent fertilizer Short cut ensilage packs the best \"'-."./s.,:,':'tSaLHY11. ..B:..--_._, /I _.
its equal. On of this when under. t. I'..!'i rr h ., ......_ \i.If ;
having seen some plowed and eats the best-not longer than \ t .-':;f.;fJ ". .
"I\ .
same land we have a second of M.\ ARNOLD. half inch.I ':,"1.. 1-, : /<" + ,-,
crop peas an UCur..k'\ t ,; cs't1",......
coming along, looking just as luxuri. Richland, Fla., Feb.. .18., 1887. filled three feet every third dav :- \ 1'! 'i.i-:. i r I
ant and good as the first crop. For or when the temperature reached 125 \.,i. i:. Jr."'\1...t"....1,/, _.
the second another Ensilage in Florida. f',.... '::& 1 -.' ....:' "" t'" '1.. .I.
crop we put on or 130: I cut the fodder and let it & w':..1-"" '1;'_-:: -- 9 ..
appication of barnyard manure, and This subject i is attracting a great lie in the field from one to three days o. \ \\o..\ -r; &t'-:)'
plowed two inches deeper than at first. deal of attention just now. The following before putting it into silo.I ---.... e\. -" .;.n.;{....:; 0
1 .. .
.. .. : .-. ,6I -
.. ..". ..... ...
Our crop of milo maize has done won- account of the experience of tramped the edge thoroughly with I .t' .,,"'........-.'... ". '-..:.'.'-'",r. :'.... "
ders what it suffered from Geo. D. Mendenhall\ taken from the :...r'. -rt
considering men while filling-the centre not so .j t S ; :-:1..: .
the long drouth. We have already Levy county Times, will be read with much. Giving time to heat gives timeto I) ...##;: j,I.- '..,

had one cutting off it (fully seven feet interest : settle. ) '... 1.".....-.",..'-,. : '"-,
in height), and it is now not less than We have just concluded successful Fully matured corn, with perfectly I \\ 'd''':"'" .

three feet high toward its second cut experiment with a silo, the ensilage dry fodder, was a success with me, and ,. ., .. ... .t;.,;.i; ;: &.(.#'O. 't*'!>
ting. We planted entirely in drills being readily eaten by the stock. all who saw my ensilage pronouncedit --- -- --

this year, not in hills, and we are quite During the summer, when the cow- the sweetest and best they ever saw. Broad avenues every four hundred] feet
sure it is the best system. Did we peas and crab.graS3 were flourishing, One gentleman smelling of it, asked if hun Wide.red s'reet spacious every Public two hundred Parks. Jt Plenty>et. One of
want it for seed purposes the hills we cut them with a scythe, and with I mixed in while filling. fresh air assured.. A magnificent Beach 100
syrup feet wide and five miles long l is laid! out In a
would be best, but for quantity of large cane knives cut it up while green One more word. Half] a bushel of fti-lendid drive and buulcv..rd. Situated In
fodder the drill system is far prefera- and fresh in lengths of from six to seed per acre was what I drilled last d-l Monroe,on the county mom,3J southern miles! south habitable of Punta portionof Uor-
eight inches and stowed it in toe Peninsular of the Gulf Coast.
away an season; this year six quarts per acre in
ble.Upon the land we grew Westerncorn old cemented cistern in the ground, part, and less than half a bushel in
we have a second crop of fodderin tramping it thoroughly and salting it the remainder. Plant early and get
the way of cow peas well on, makingtwo as it was put in, with enough s,.It to well matured fodder if you want sweet An Ideal City in Tropical Florida.
crops already off this land. Wherewe make it palatable for stock. After it ensilage.Correspondent Country Gen-
grew our garden _stuff last year we was filled and tramped as tight as it tleman. Blocks 200x103 leet. Lots 50x100}() feet. With
2J feet laae. 2>per cent of proceeds devoted -
have now a crop of milo maize and could be tramped, the lid was put on, to city improvements.
Western corn growing. The grub has and weighted down with about two Ensilage.

attacked our Western corn bad, so tons of rock. The edge of the lid was .. Ensilage is fast becoming a perma.
that we have sawed: between the rows sealed up by banking clay and earth nent institution in our country. Every Lots Ten Dollars Each.Odd .

cow peas, which answers as another up around it and thoroughly packedto year we have new developments in
crop off this same piece of ground. So exclude the air. About the first of reference to the method of putting it numbers will be sold for ninety days
sum all up I do not anticipate havingto January this silo was opened and some up, and the effects of feeding it upon seeking without homes reserve.In Tropical Hire Inducements Florida. to those
use any hay in the feeding of our of the ensilage fed to the cows and different kinds of stock. For Information, maps circulars, etc., call
cows before November next. I do mules. The cows did not "take to it" We observe lately that the ex- on or address

not think this is a bad showing for at once, but after tasting it, commenced tremely heavy weights, which were JOHN A. GRAHAM, .

our high pine lands. Of course it t eating it with avidity. The formerly considered indispensable are General Manager Naples Town Imp. Co.,
has not been done without hard laborand mules liked it at once, and will eat'al] now omitted, and with reported good 13:Mohawk Block (over Postofflce),
perseverance and in the hottest t they can get of it. results. One of the latest methods in Jacksonville, Florida.
part of the day, as we have no other The result of this experiment is an filling the silo has been to surroundthe

time to do it-the. cool hours of the agreeable suprise to us, and proves to new stock with a foot or more of ,it
morning and evening being entirelytaken our satisfaction that ensilage is practi- the old ensilage refuse from the pre- -'
up with our milk business. cable in Florida as well as farther vious year. As the new is put into

... north. We intend to make a much the silo, tramp it down thoroughly, Authorized Agent:
Beggar Weed vs. Conch Peas. this and thus and when filled it with thick
larger.one summer, save cover a R. G.ROBINHOX &Co.,Orlando,Fla...
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: our winter's supply of feed.I layer of old ensilage also tramped J. MITCHELL, tampa, Fla.
number of the DISPATCHa will in conclusion that this C. L. MITCHELL,Talu.h late
In a say solidly.It JAS. P.SYn\V& Co.. Boston, Mass.
correspondent from Oxford askedabout silo has been opened and shut many is said that this method does not F.J. HiNsox. Halnei City; Fla.SANDI.IX .
&: NILKS, Key west, Fla.
the advisability of growing"Beggar times since the first opening or "un- require heavy stones placed upon the E. M. GRAHAM, braide town, Fla. ......
weed" for feed ,as well as a sealing," and as yet no'signs of decay plank covering, and insures a much T.CABLE-TON C. WATSON&CRAWFORD,iensacolaI'.a.' ,Fort Ogden,Fla.I_





their roses could be set when received. plants watered last may get too stronga ive plant and will! be sure to give excellent -

floriculture: : They should be kept in the shade until dose." satisfaction. It grows rapidly
they start in to growth, they may then in ordinary soil, and requires only com-
BY W. C. STEELE. be planted out in the open ground but Double Portulacca.Editor mon treatment."

should ba shaded and mulched until FLORicnLTURE
: --S*----- -
Tuberose Culture a well established. It would be much In response to your invitation to Weeds.

W. H. B. wishes information in re setter to procure Southern grown give one's views on items of floricultural I- How to define a weed continues to

gard to the cultivation and plan s so far as possible, the first cost interest, I would like to give my be a subject of discussion in magazinesand

of tuberose bulbs for management market. would be more, but the percentage of experience with one of the best "dry newspapers. It seems to us a very

They need good strong soil. They do loss would be very much less and the season" flowers that can be grown in simple matter, it is a term having a relation -

not suffer readily from drouth but are result far more satisfactory.The Florida. Last spring I planted two to cultivation and nothing more.

ruined by stagnant water about their following ]list of ever blooming, small beds with double Portulaccaseed The prettiest wild flower i is a weed

roots. climbing roses will give good results ; and they grew, without any of when it springs up where a man does

Beginning with the small bulb- Chromatella, or Cloth of Gold, deep the fuss and care that must necessarily not want it. A wild carrot is a weed

lets, they be planted very quite thickly yellow, best when budded ; Marechal\ attend many other tender plants when when it springs up in our Pansy beds)
in the rows, ten or twelve to the Niel, deep chrome yellow; almost a they began blooming at about the be or fields of Indian corn-but when it

foot. If to be gay cultivated by hand( the failure on its own roots, but one of the ginning of the dry season. They werea grows in wild, uncultivated places it is

. rows need not be more than eighteen best when budded ;clirabiug Devonieii- gorgeous sight, there were seven or as much a pretty wild flower as any-

inches apart, but if you wish to use a sis, white, with creamy centre ; Caroline eight different colors, and the bets at thing else. If there were no gardensor

horse make them three feet apart. Goodrich, lilac red; James Sprunt, high noon in the hottest weather were farms there would 1 1 be no weeds. A

The sets should be covered not less dark crimson ; Jules Jurgensen, Magenta the admiration of every one who saw weed,therefore,is simply a plant which

than two inches deep. very double ; Lamarque, white. them. The petals areas thin as tis- grows where the good cultivator does

All the care they need the first Of the Polyantha roses, the best are sue paper, and fade at about two not want it-it is a plant out of place.
yearis \ Mad. Cecil Brunner Pac o'clock but from o'clock
to two
to keep them clean. Unless provi-- Mignonette, eight Gardeners' Monthly.
querrette and Little White Pet. they are as brilliant as a rainbow. On -*...-
ded with a warm storeroom, where they
will be safe from danger of frost, The list of good tea roses is so long cloudy days with a misty rain, they Orange blossoms, yellow jessamineand
they should* not be dug until spring. that: we can only mention a few of the will remain open until nearly sundown.I violets reign supreme. The air
jest the old standard varieties. wish Floridian would
of every buy a is redolent of their sweet perfume
If there is danger of damage from freezing ;
in the ground, a light furrow Safrano, buff; and Bon Silene, rosy single bed if no more, this spring. No they are to be had in abundance for
may carmine, makes very beautiful buds, but matter how poor the soil they will do the and heard
be thrown to the row from each side gathering, yet we a
being only semi double when open, well. M. P. ARNOLD. man yesterday he could
covering the tops two or three inches say see more
Richland, Florida, 30.
deep.In. should always be picked. bef re they .January-.. -- flowers in a ten minutes walk up

the spring they should be dug, open ; Cornelia Cook, white ; Niphetos, The Streptosolen. North than he had seen in the whole

the sets or, small biilblcts broken oil white ; and Pede des Jardins, yellow ; State of Florida, still that very chap
In the American Garden E. E.
and all'replanted, the small ones the are all very fine but are weak growerson I i has bought a piece of property here
same as before and the larger ones their own roots. Rexford says of this plant : because his "wife is so fond of flowers,
La France, silvery rose is one of "An unjustly neglected plant is
from two to three inches In ; and wants to live where they grow
the beautiful and seen in Streptosolen Jamesonii, whichin
most most fragrant
with little
planting the second it is better to abundantly or no cultiva-
year varieties that have but it is such window garden is a deserving "
root the bulbs and plant those of each we a my tion. We warrant his wife, will see
that the only way to get favorite. The flowers are lobed, re flowers in .
size by themselves. This the poor grower more a ten minutes walk
year satisfaction of it is have it sembling somewat in shape the well-
out to
largest bulbs will probably reach any around Bartow than he will see in the
budded stock. known browallia, of which plant it
blooming size. on some strong growing whole State of Florid-Informant.A .
Duchess de Brabant :Mad. reminds me in more than one.
These bulbs must be Brarv, ways .
large planted
Catharine Mermet and Hermosa The flowers are of about the same size
are gentleman whose home is but one
the should be coverednot
quite deep, top
less than three inches. The all excellent. The list might be made and the habit of growth is very much hundred feet from an electric lamp
bulb forms each on top of the old very much longer but these will suffice. the same in both plants. But in color tower in Davenport, the light of \which
year With a dozen bushes selected from the they are quite unlike each other, the falls unobstructedly upon his garden,
one and if there is not room for a long
bulb it will be short and round whichis above list, any one may, with a little Streptosolen being a bright orange on says his day lilies, which ordinarily

a unsalable shape. If not care, have roses almost every day of opening, changing after a day or two bloom in the day time, open in the
very the to a dark, cinnabar red. The blossoms
year. night and that the morning glorieswill
the mistake
planteddeep enough: may _
be remedied later in the are freely produced. Its periodof unclose in the night in a few min-
partially the sea- Plant Fertilizers and CultureIn bloom is during the spring months.A utes after the tower lights brighten the
son by hilling up rows.
well-grown specimen of it in full
If it it intended to market them plant notes Gardener's Monthlysays sky.
: "No article of liquid manure bloom will brighten a room wonder S4
be watched and if of
they must any
fully. It is not a plant that requires a
them begin to bloom the rest of them possesses more manurial propertiesthan Maurandia is a vine that meets all
must be dug at once before the bottom soap suds, and on this account it great deal of heat, and on this accountis the requirements of habit, beautiful

spikeis in sight. They can be dried should never be thrown away. It well adapted to cultivation in the foliage and persistent bloom ; flowers

off and spread thinly on the floor of a contains\ : the food of plants in a state' living-room, where the temperature strongly resemble the foxglove.
deep will solution and is therefore preparedto changes considerably at night. It Blooms constantly and is very showy.
not too
building, or they
heat treated in this be act at once and with energy. By should be repotted about January, be- Grows rapidly from seed, and will do
way they may
in without mixing it with soapsuds, chip manure, fore it begins to bloom, for the soil in f fairly well in the house during winter.
dug September injury
the pot it has been growing in duringthe
muck etc. and allowing the whole to
Those flower
not large enough to Look out for green fly and found,
will be be
summer likely
ferment excellent for field pretty
an manure
second be left in the
year, may brush or wash them off'and dip the
filled with roots, and it is to
and garden will be obtained. Ina necessary
until and in the crops
ground again spring, plant head foremost in tobacco water.
start a growth of new branches to
state it is valuable for
liquid manure
and before.In :
spring dug replanted as of flowers." Fumigation is most effective but is offensive
good supply
vines and all kinds of fruit
of fertilizers the tube- grape
the matter to most people, particularly ina
trees, as well as for vegetables and
rose is not very particular, any brand Othonna. dwelling house.
flowers. Several kinds of fertilizerscan
that will produce good vegetables
be used, but do not use fresh stable may ma- be used with practically the same The following recommendation of Nearly all of the cacti family require -

nure. When well rotted and fine, results. Ammonia in water is good, this plant, taken from Vick's Magazine, a season of excitement followed

there is no better fertilizer, but when inducing a healthy growth. Hen manure we can heartily endorse. We know by a period of rest, and a rather limy,

fresh it is an injury instead of a benefit dissolved in water is excellent.Let from experience that it is deserving of sandy soil.
the water be about the color of even higher praise : .4

weak tea. Use twice a week, whichis "One of the best plants for a han The peartrees: in and around Talla-
-- probably as often as plants will need ing basket is Othonna crassifolia. On hassee are white with blossoms, and

The Rose.-Concluded. watering at this season. For those account of its thick succulent; leaves it i should they escape a "cold snap" the

A great deal of money is sent North who prefer to buy"plant food,"a prep- is able to stand more drouth at the i crop will be an unprecentedly large

from this State every year, for rose aration of bone-meal and other ferti- roots than most plants,and this is what one.

plants, they are usually very small lizing ingredient' is recommended.: hanging plants have to dread most. Mr. Lewis, the pioneer strawberry

when received and a very large per- A handful of it, dissolved in a pail of I It is a good bloomer, and its yellow grower of Panasoffkee, shipped in the

centage fail to grow, and this causes water, is about the right proportion.It flowers are very bright and cheerful.It neighborhood of a thousand quarts of

great dissatisfaction. Much of this will be necessary to keep stirringthe likes a sunny place to hang in, and strawberries during February. Prices

might be avoided, if purchasers would water as you use it, for some of will not bloom much unless it can have received for the same range from $4

provide themselves with a number of the ingredients are heavy and will considerable sunshine. But without quart at the opening down to 81 at

small three or four inch pots in which otherwise settle, and some of the flowers it is a very pretty and attract- the present time.


[[MARCH 7, 1887.

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. that could be expected of it under the Another and Successful Process for practical workings of the
circumstances, and \\e believe hoi lJa Preserving Oranges.Mr. Palatka "News.

A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. the key to the problem of successful .
S. J. of New Haven ----
.... Hoggson, ,
... However
wishing to give
Conn., the inventor and patentee of a The Best Stock.
Contents. all sides a fair hearing, we publish this
new and of
Florid fan-Didn't know It was Loaded; week a letter from a dissatisfied .shipper process preserving California orange growers are investigating -
Windsor; the Outlook; Florida for a oranges, is in the city and at the relative
Poor Man............... ..... ............. ........ .. 217 and a commission merchant's the Carleton House. We had stopping merits of the
Grove and Orchard-A Discussion of opinion on the situation. a very several stocks upon which citrus fruitsare
Drying Home Matters Fruit at;Home Dwarfing; Experience the Orange with; present-. pleasant interview with him last even- "worked." Sour stocks seem to

Tree "Peddlers; Fruit Growing in Clay Answers to Correspondents.In ing, and obtained some valuable and have the best end of it from every
County; LeConte Pear; The Kelsey interesting information relative to the point of view as has been the case in
Plum: Hhort Orange Crop next Season218 reply to a correspondent at Fort
Marketing, -The Fruit xchange the new Mr. Hoggson is at the this State. Of the Chinese
; process.
Present 8ltuatlon.. ...._............................ 219 Meade\ we would say : head of the Florida Fruit lemon
The Garden-Marketing Strawberries; A 1. It is best to buy and Storage lock advocated by many a prominent
your orange
DeLand-".Garden.............;.Htrawberrles...... .... ...............Vegetables ........-. 219 trees already budded. Company of New York, an association nurseryman says it is merely a cut- \
Forage Crops-Raising Fodder on high 2. As an aid in selecting varieties organized expressly for the purpose of ting-and short-lived-therefore no ,
Pine Ensilage Land In; Beggar Florida Weed; How vs.Shall Conch Silos Peas be; send for the catalogues of the nurserymen preserving and storing fruits. Its fair man will compare it with the sour
Built; Cutting and Packing Ensilage warehouses are located at Brooklyn which is raised from
1 Ensilage ...........................................;. 220 who advertise in the DISPATCH, and root seed. As to .41
Floriculture-Tuberose Culture; the Rose some one or other of them will probably bridge; have a capacity of 168,000 what is said about their being "per-
Concluded; Plant Fertilizers and Cul- boxes. These apartments, as Mr. haps best for the of Florida
ture; Double Portulucca Othonna offer any variety that swamps ,
Weeds.....................................;....................;. 221 want. you may Hoggson calls them, are water, frost but out of place on our messa," thereis
Editorial Florida-Oranges-Notable; The Events Fruit; Fine Exchange Grade; 3. There is no truth in the report and fire proof, and fruit stored in them, no proof that the sweet stock wouldbe

Answers to Correspondents; Another and that the foreign varieties are shy bearers after being put through the Hoggson better on the dryer lands than the
Successful Process for Preserving Oranges-
ges; The Best Stocks; Information with the of the Navel process, will keep for almost any sour. We know, however, that the
Wanted ......... ..............-.:........ ...... ...... 222 exception length of time. Mr. Hoggson wild bitter) lemon is unfit
says to
( use
Aquaculture in Florida; Profits of Orange they are as prolific as the Florida va-
Growing; Metrological; New York Markets the fruit, thus preserved, is as good in here. Irrigation is always
......... ....................................._........ 22 rieties. At any point below dangerof July in Mr. a severe
Publishers Department..... .......................- 223 injury to the crop by frost in win as January. Hoggson'smethod test for the roots of an orange tree,
Poultry-Notes Grove and Poultry from Yard a Florida Fumigator Kennel for; ter, there is no question that Hart's is simple, and fully accords and we are forced to guard against the

lien Lice............... ...........;........_......._ .... 224 Tardifl, which does not ripen until with nature and with common sense. III effects of flooding which often hap-
Live Htock--Care of the Heifer............... .. 225 The are dipped into a chemi- of all Flooded
Irrigation-Mr. Cole's First Impressions... 220 May or June, will be the most profitable pens, spite precautions.
Apiary-Effects of Cold Waves on Bee- variety to plant for market. cal liquid, which unites with the oil of ncsa is ditto with swampy Florida,
keeping in 1'lorldaJJee; Notes from the the rind thus
CMloosabatchle; Will Bees Destroy 4. It would be better to have the' changing it from a pure and we do have some gum disease and

Sound Fruit................................................. 227 trees guaranteed to live, if it were hydro-carbon, or volatile oil to a substance foot root, !Mr. R. to the contrary not-

Notable Events. possible, but it is not customary to do which unites with the preservative withstanding."
this. The of the State in preventing spontaneous fermentation "Swampy Florida !I" certainly com-
This has been an eventful for nurserymen
year virtually converting the miserates the test of
are as honorable a body of men as can severe irrigationon
Florida ruralists. In last the
August be found in business. If orderedat outer rind of the fruit into an elastic, the roots, the gum disease and the
Florida Fruit and Vegetable Growers'Protective any
air and
tight water proof foot
wrapper. rot.
the season and handled with
was organizedat The process of applying the preservative Dr. Neish in the to the
Ocala. In November reasonable care, there is little risk of, appendix report -
followingthe loss. is to put the fruit into a wire bas- says :

. Nurserymen met in Palatka. ket and immerse the whole in the "Still another instance of the longe-
During Fair week at Orlando had
we H. W. B., of Clermont, asks the chemical liquid. This treatment has vity of the orange tree may be men-
sessions of the old FruitGrowers'
interesting: ; ( effect the inner rind the
following questions : no on or juiceof tioned of historical interest, and remarkable -
Association, as well as theNurserymen's the fruit. Mr.
Hoggson that occurred under
and So 1. Have pine ashes any value as a says as having
Agricultural the preservative so completely assimi- artificial conditions. I refer to the
fertilizer, have the leaves (pine nee-
cieties. Next week the DeFuniakFarmers'
dles) any potash ? lates with the oil of the orange that bitter orange tree, familiarly knownin
Institute In June
convenes. the fruit is enhanced in both
Answer to both questions-Yes, appear- France as the Great Constable or
the Protective Association
again ance and touch. Grand Bourbon, which is known to
though pine ashes are not worth as
meets at Bartow and in July the
So far the has worked well)] be 463 old."
Georgia Horticultural Society hold much as those from hard wood. process years
in the North. It has to be triedin Messrs. Twogood Edwards and
its annual session occasion of 2. Are sweet potatoes an exhaust yet ,
scarcely less interest, to Floridians ing crop of the soil? this climate. Oranges from some Cutter, of Riverside, California, draw
Answer-No. fifteen sections of the State have been the following conclusions from the
than the meetings of their socie-
ties. own 3. Which has the most nutriment, preserved by Mr. Hoggson for the foregoing facts in the Rural Californian -

a sweet potato or an Irsh potato ? Fruit Exchange of Jacksonville, :
Fine Grade Florida Oranges. Answer-The pweet potato. which are being watched with interestto "It will thus be seen that not only

Although price have not yet recovered 4. Is it certain that pears of any see if the process will work equallyas in the moist climate and low ]lands of

from the depression' caused by kind will yield well here? satisfactory in this climate. It has Florida, but also in the dry air and on

the glut of the last few weeks, still Answer-No, though it seems probable to be changed somewhat, but Mr. the rocky bluffs and plains of the

there is a demand for good fruit at that the LtConte will be profit Hoggson thinks his experiments will Mediterranean the wild stocks are

remunerative prices. The growers on able. If not, there is a good prospect show conclusively that oranges can be preferred. The bitter is used to small

Halifax and Indian rivers feeling thet that some seedling from the Orientalrace stored and preserved here as well as in extent in Florida but the sour is therein

they were sale from danger of damageby of pears will be produced that the North. general use for all budded trees. In

frost have been holding back their will succeed in South Florida. Mr. Hoggson's object in visiting our California one orchardist has tested

crops for better prices. This fruit is 5 Will Northern grapes do well State at present is to experiment, as them-Mr.\ Bliss, of Riverside, son of

now forward and brings from $3.50 to here ? far as possible, with his process in this B. K. Bliss, the well-known seedsmanof

$4.00 per box when it arrives in good Answer-Some varieties grow well climate, and to ascertain the opinionof New York. Some years ago he

condition. and yield good crops under proper fruit growers on the important mat- sent to Florida for sour orange seed, .

There is still considerable inferior conditions of pruning, fertilizing and ter of carrying over fruit to more though plenty of the common trees

fruit on the market, which, though cultivation. Whether their cultiva- favorable markets. If his process could be had in Riverside, and now

sweet, is not popular with the trade, tion will prove proidable is still an proves a practical one, there will be all the trees on his place are of this

is selling at from $1.25 to $2.00 per open question. but one opinion among orange growerson stock and are bearing fruit of the

box, according to quality. 6. Can you tell the proper time and 1 the subject, Mr. Hoggson also fine-t texture and flavor."

.* way to bud the persimmon ? wishes to collect certain data by whichhe .iInformation .
The Fruit Exchange.It Answer-Bud the same as an will be able to shape his future Wanted. -

is very important that the orange orange, very late in the fall, as late as course in this connection.If Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:

growers of Florida should know the the bark will slip, when the sap is very thought best, Mr. Hpggson says I notice in the issue of the DIS-

best method of marketing their crop. thick. there can be no objection to the PATCH, of the date of the 14th ult., an

We have expressed our approval of f 7. How are castor beans cleared Florida Fruit and Storage Company article written by W. P. Home, giv

the plan of the Fruit Exchange. Upto from the hulls? co-operating with the Fruit Exchangeof ing his experience in growing Texas

the present time no other method of f Answer-Castor bean rods, when this State, and growers generally in blue grass. He appears to be very

marketing our oranges has been pro ripe, pop open and throw out the beans buying, preserving or storing fruit on sanguine of its adaptability to Florida

posed which seems possible or likelyto (T with great force. Where the beansare account of either or all parties con soil and climate. Will Mr. Home

be successful. grown on a large scale, the headsare cerned. The plan can easily be enlarged be kind enough to give us, in a future

"To err is human," and althoughthe gathered just before they are fully and extended to other cities article, the following informatiou :

Exchange has probably not at- ripe and spread where the beam can besides Few York and Brooklyn, i if What kind of land is his grass on,

tained perfection It has done all be saved when they fly out. time should demonstrate the complete hammock, high pine, or flatwood ?



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i 7,1887.] = THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. 223

Was it started from seed or sets" shipment when they had been set al PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.THE Tomato Plants.

What fertilizers were used, if any ? most three years. When they were Good plants of Favorite, Perfection and

Also in what part of the State does six years old from the setting they,had FLORIDA DISPATCH Paragon packed and delivered to steamer
l\Ianatce.at 40c hundred, $3 thou-
Mr. Horne live? There are two or brought him eight hundred dollars is a 20 to 2 page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE sand. Address,per W. C. STEELE.per

three experiments being made in this from sale of fruit. This winter, seven HORTICULTURE In FLORIDA, and INDUSTRY the COAST and IMMIGRATION BELT- Switzerland, Fla.

locality with the same grass which years from the planting, the two acres 01 the SOUTHERN STATES .

have proved very encouraging so far, give him about six hundred dollars Subscription Rates. Purebred brown leghorns for
Per Annum,$2.00. Six Months 81.00. Three hatching from two yards ofcarefully
but as the has been less and the date of is from ma-
grass planted ([ note, planting Months, 50c. ted kinds at $1.50 for 13. $2.50 for 26,

than a year: we are not able to speak February to June in advance of the and business' correspondence Remittances should be addressed 3,00 for 39. A few settings of light

with the degree of assurance as Mr. budding). This grove has been en- brahmas to spare. $1,50 per setting.
Horne, but'are ready to fully 'endorsethe larged to twenty acres, vegtables have W. DACOSTA, Publisher, RUDOLF GETZLAFF.
Jacksonville, Florida.To .
sentiment he expresses as to valueto been profitably raised between the rows .Tallahassee,

Florida of a plant that will give us of growing trees. Mr. Hunter has Advertisers.The WELAKA. FLA Nov 1st, 1886.

a first rate pasture. With good pas- made an abundant living, and is surrounding DISPATCH JOURNAL Is OF THE THIS LEADING STATE and AGRICULTURAL has a Messrs. Williams, Clark & Co.Forthe

tures Florida's future is assured beyond his home with the good thingsof large circulation In Florida and throughoutthe past two years I have used your celebrated -
United States and foreign countrles-
.. the possibility of a doubt. It .-Leesburg Commercial. wherever the interest is turned Sonth ward. "Americus" brands of Orange

woUld, indeed, be the very finest stock It IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS Tree and Special Vegetable Fertilizer:
IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Estate
also Pure Bone Meal and High
and dairy in the world. Our Nurseries lines your
country Transportation : Banks
Profitable bee keeping greatly depends Hotels! and those branches wherein It Is desirable Grade Sulphate of Potash with the greatest -
groves, gardens home, would be of the to reach our winter visitors or our satisfaction and profit, and in
more than doubled in value, and hun- upon a gathering up fragments rapidly Increasing permauent popu.atlon.; your goods I believe I have usinfir"

dreds of families of limited capital that nothing be lost, Fragments value for my money. I most heartily

would into our fair and of time can be used in caringfor Plymouth Rocks recommend your fertilizers.

' State seeking pour homes that hesitate sunny at bees, fragments of lumber in mak-- Eggs for hatching from three grand R. J. BROAD.

ing hives and frames, fragments of yards. Write for circular and prices.C. .
present on account of the expense of Cotton Seed Hull AshesFor
comb for and of E. BAKKSDALE;
keeping stock confined on farms. Letus wax; every drop Jonesboro, Ga. sale by_the American Oil Co., 18

keep up the hunt for the much honey is useful; even though mixed .-.-, Broadway, New York. Prices deliveredat

coveted plant, and success will surely with dirt, it can be.fed to needy colo- Early Golden Sweet Potatoes for sale any Railroad Station or River Landing.

be the result. J. H. C. nies. at $2.25' per barrel, f. o. b. Terms cash.J. Analysis in Florida guaranteed., given upon application.
Acron, Fla, Feb.21,1887.Aquaculture .
Glen St. Mary, Fla.
Meteorological. .-.-, The E. Moulie Florida Floral Perfumery .
in Florida. Company
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Will pay 25 cents per pound for Yellow

Mr. Cole is full of enthusiasm, and I 'I h s: s.: r.: r.: ..: <:.: The E. Moulie Florida Floral Perfu- Jasmine Blossoms, delivered at 5 East
has 2 .1aq1Ua.\1 3 =cS =eS ffl CIS CIS_r.: mery Company, will pay ten cents per Bay Street. Parties who can pick Flowers -
faith in the J _o.w a. i>
great OQ
fc c: pound for Sweet Blossoms and
p..: altos' \r.laAV VUJUJJb:: ( for the above Company will please
power of his system, which is all very 00 H ] the same: price for Bitter Sweet and Sour correspond with them.

well. But until he can devise some !00P X, Orange Blossoms packed separately) delivered >_*H-
of in 'a 'd't PJwnH I 2 e< oS- tO .Q.. at 45 West Bay street.
means carryrig water a sieve, I A[llIP uva11 :o1 C Guns, Ammunition Ete.
COui Full printed directions for
do not think that he will have any <.o _c and sending, will be addressed Everyone in want of anything in this
rn packing
great success in his effort! to make our 1JaolaA I t- :::att.a..r. eStt free to every applicant. line, should ROCKWELL write for prices& KINNE to ,
Florida sands hold the rainfall E .
and = >- H
_A 25a Successors to Nichols. Rockwell & Co.,
store it for use in a drouth. You may C=0<_ 3 .uonaa.lJG r Petersburg Express Crates for Straw- 38 West Bay street

dig down a foot into the soil of any of a 0 Z ZZ rnrn berries for sale at manufacturers prices. >-.H

our high, dry lands in the midst of a s C: u.OQ uX other Consignments fruits and of vegetables Berries, solicited.Oranges and "Anthony Nurseries"

prolonged drouth and it will seem .ccIw Send for circulars and stencils.E. Have on hand plenty of home grown
wapuueagauiuj 833838.
JId Peen To and Honey peach trees for sale.
moist. After one of our heaviest rains, BEAN,
0) IIUJul1J.1 IIUG ,-H:: Must close out. Send in your orders at
when two or three inches of water fall 3 MH: m Waycross R. R. wharf, once. Better buy home grown stock,

in a few hours, go and dig into the IIIIrn. Jacksonville, Fla. than from other states. Also fine Cali-

same soil three hours after the water 0 CO IIUG uual I ''h-&O"&QtO OO- s .S fornia grape roots viz. Golden Chasalas,

has disappeared from the surface yet, .. 3 a.. ,OO"O-m Garden Heeds. White Malaga, Black Prince, Black Mo
z. Cj
though the land be level that U 0 .4) mnwlulJT I &OOJl'COOO 0&0: .,.: .rs".d ,; a:: Are you going to plant a spring garden? rocco. Deep blue mission, and Sweet
may so o a.x:r:; rx -t ma7 4) f Have you purchased your seed? If not Water, Grapevines 30 cts each or 23.00per
none of the rain ran off; you will not o oroc?*r-c
be able to see any perceptable differ. wmlxul; I -&Qt-t-- 22 5'.. seed catalogue for the spring of 1887. California. Also genuine Adriatic fig

ence in the looks or feeling of the sand. -c -.,.:::-- Just issued from the press ot Chas. W. trees 18 to 24 in. 75 cts each, can furnish

It might .trifle if testedon .ialaalo.IBg.I ; CO ao ... Dacosta. The Catalogue contains a full any deciduous trees that will prosper in
weigh a
more *> [lUG uuaJ dod p'p (:O list of seeds adapted to this climate together this latitude. Also a fine lot of sweet
the scales but the difference cou'd ao I M.' MC9s'9C M M5S2
m* with comprehensive hints on seedling orange trees. Fine Pecan trees
not be detected by the eye or the hand. O -".. ..- .. .. .. .. SSSco COO planting in Florida. Mr. Bours does not cheap by the quantity.

I am glad that Mr. Cole is coming O fc* I. :: :: :: *'s4* : ':. two handle commission seeds but his seeds For prices, addressI.

into the State: to test the matter -a> :U m i ::: ;:: s: AM I IJ asa...,:; are grown especially for him and will be J. BROKAW, Prop..
per a> :J' .: as >. .. I found in every way reliable. Mr. Bours Anthony, Fla.
sonally. But he should stay throughone E foe QA ClSaS a'i L m0 III I. also offers a full line of forage seeds.
summer to be able to see the difficulties :: as"E "'I c faa__ .
::S !"
to be overcome. I trust that -. ps p mA::s SEX> ORLANDO, FLA, Nov.,8,1886.I Music BOOKSFOR
& -r>' ::!'-;;
his prophesies that we can grow the have used on my grove the past sea-
son Williams, Clark & Co's Orange Tree
English be realized. ButI
grasses may :MALE and MIXED QUARTETS: for
think that he will find that it is our New York Markets. :Fertilizer, and am satisfaction.pleased to say it has QUARTET C1IO HIS and SOCIAL
given me perfect My trees
hot summer, not the lack of water, NEW YORK, March 3, 1887. are looking much better than in any previous -I tunas.
which the failure of after the of other fertili
causes timothy, year use
The following is the market quotationson FOR MALE VOICES.
clover, etc. Our rainy season comes oranges this date: zers. Amphlon ((3; books) 14; Arlon ((5 book) SI l *
in summer, and our winters are comparatively Fla.Orangesftncy.brlght.perbox$3 50) 4 00 llariuonla((:i books) $.50; Apollo$2; Boy.ton ..-
choice . .. 3 00@ 3 25 GEORGETOWN, FLA, Nov 15th, 1886. Club Collection $ .>0; Cro"s' Part
dry. Yet I have seen a fair to lIood. 2 tXk()@ 2 ffi Messrs. Williams Clark & Co.: Having Songs! t>0 Cts.; Jo mer on'l'I' Quartets and

fine, vigorous growth of timothy, and Russets .. ..... 175 2 25 used several brands of fertilizers on the Mendelssohn Choruses, GJ els.!Four; Male Part Voice Glee Book SI I;
bone* wj cents.
II ;
both and white clover in poor, wasty. I have in charge, I have taken : Dow' Sacred
red winter, II Tangerines.II! 4 (0") @ 8 but they died out when hot weather Fla. Cabbages. .... "...... ...per bbl.1 00 3 00 particular notice of the results, and find 81.75; Male Voice Choir< cts; and Ameri-
canMale Choir$1> cts.
that Tree Fertilizer has
Orange given
J. D. HASHA.GEN. your These contain a great variety of the best
came. I have seen red clover in bloom, me better satisfaction than other
of Male Voice music.
in the streets of Jacksonville, very brands. Have also used your Vegetable FOR MIXKD VOICES.Baumbach's .

early in the spring; ; but that does not NEW YORK, March 3, 1887. Fertilizer heartily with recommend the same pleasing fertilizer results.I for. Collection $L7d Quartets; Muck's$1.75 Motet; and Collection his New

prove that it can be grown profitablyin Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: trees and your $2; and his Second Motet Collection 92;
the orange vegetables. Emerson's Concert Selections |1; Uow's
fields. W. C. STEELE.
six thousand
To-day's steamer brought BENJAMIN: SMITH. Responses and Sentences Me s.; Thomas'
Switzerland, Fla.,February 11,1887. boxes of oranges, also several refriger- Sacred Quartets $l.7-j: Kuien ons' ftacred
ators of strawberries and a few crates of roTobacco dust is excellent insecticide Quartet's $1.75; Shepard Church Collec-
an tion 81 l; 8trachauer's Church Munlc 81;
Profits of Orange Growing. vegetables. Strawberries are selling as it will lice in nests of Church Offering 1I.3S; Dresitler's Sacred
... 50 box Fancy.oranges .
from 20 to cents per ; Selections 81.60. Sterling books, widely
In February, 1880, W. D Hunter, $3 to $4; Russetts or Clouded. hens if freely dusted therein, as wellas used.",

of Sumter county, set two' acres in Sl.50toS2.00; fancy beans and peas $5 being an excellent protection against Send Price.for descriptions. Any book mailedfor

orange stocks (two inches in size), to $6 per crate; cabbage $2.50 to in 3.00 bad; those insects that damage gooseberries, OLIVER DITSOX k CO., Boston.
All the
beets $2. vegetables
which he budded in June following.. squash and currants, when used for O. H. DlTSOK order sold at lower .
prices.G. 867 BiOidway, 1 U Chestnut at-:
From these trees he made a email S. FAUIEB. that purpose. New York. P.tilla.MARCH .

F ")'

__- _____[ 7,1887.
.. I
Commencing as a boy among the wearied of attending funerals of our C.A.R.D. J JThe
Poultry.l hills of Massachusetts with our foxhounds old comrades "laid to rest" "The

and: partridge spaniels, our world forgetting and by the world
yards of game fowl, from which in our forgot" the fresh bloom blown from off
Notes from, a Florida Kennel, undersigned would respectfully info-rm
youthful days we had many a glorious our life's bouquet like the froth from the public of Jacksonville and the State that
Grove, and PoultrY'Y, rd. flin with the rival strains they have opened an office at
4 m of our the champagne of our youth, we
Editor FI.OBIDA DISPATCH : school companions, when suddenly it pitched our tent on the shore of the
Some months ago we read in a prom- seemed to us, bugles were blown, banners beautiful Manatee river to indulge 71 1-2 West Bay Street
inent journal published''':in Jacksonville waved along the streets filling again in our boyhood's pastime with

a communication.' :froth"a poultry fast with marching men while the rod and gun. After a few months the For the transaction of

breeder in this. ,State,.stating..that lie. bands played "Hail Columbia" the "orange fever" seized upon us as it has
had "sunk" during, the year some village choirs the "Coro-
were singing on many a better man. We built our
twelve'hundred'dollars. in the fancy nation Hymn" and "Home, Sweet concrete dwelling house, kennels, sta- General Agency ISuslneab,
poultry business because he had been H orne." bles and poultry houses in the centerof -1

"depending nI I the, ,frivolity of a Bloodier mains than game cocks a young theriver's ,
orange grove upon Making a Specialty of
caprice, and ,closed< his article with fight-larger game than hound or spaniel shore, where we have experimented -
the statement that "In this State poul- hunt, called us away with many a i with almost every variety of
try, will'not pay as a business." boyhood friend who long since has dog and fowl known to civilization. Real; Elstate, f
If we are to be considered as somewhat joined the ranks of the 'Unreturning When we commenced we hoped to

in the business: our 'experiencehas' Brave" and soon we were marking better follow our text of Kennel, PUBLIC ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING.
been 'the 'reverse, for 'we have time behind the tail of the iron grey Grove and Poultry Yard, instead of f'I

found poultry raising a profitable upon which rode the gallant General this lengthy self-introduction. However

business as far as our experience goes of the Eighteenth Army Corps. you will better know from what

with the following varieties, for'whichwe Two of our game cocks were tethered i standpoint these articles are written,
have'fenced into separate subdi by i small metallic chains, sometimes on for in ensuing papers we hype to show an A invitation share of public to call patronage and become is solicited acquainted and

visions, a forty acre orange grove, and a soldier's knapsack close to where you how kennel, grove and poultry is hereby extendrd.
propose to' still further extend the marched the Hungarian Count Leo- industries
keeping as dove-tail one We have had placed In our hands for sale
business : Pea fowl, Guinea fowl, doyar, with his milk white Persian into another like a piece of cabinet some very

(white and pearl varieties) Bronze cat, named "Mignon," perched behind making, work. The grove with its

turkeys, Seminole turkeys (Bronze his shoulders, on his knapsack's blan shade and cultivation affords n natural Desirable Properties,
tom ,bred to domesticated wild turkey ket roll. home for dogs and poultry. The fowls

hens), Embden geese, Creole geese, Even among the tumultuous scenes b). their insect hunting proclivities, in city and surrounding districts.
Grey Call ducks (for decoy shooting), that followed amid the "panoply of cultivating the ground by the untiring .

Muscovy ducks, Black Cayuga ducks, glorious war," its triumphant victo- scratching of their busy feet, removing

Imperial White Pekin ducks, Rouen ries, sufferings, disaster} and defeat as every noxious grub or insect, and
and English ducks, four varieties well, through all its strange vicissitudes after the young of reptiles, as well as Capital Investmentscan
Game fowls, four varieties Bantams, we had birds well in-
game nigh nipping many an intrusive weed in
also Cochins, Brahmas, Langshans, vincible, dogs that of the the bud and i also be had by those desiring same by .
were "dog depositing a continuous i calling upon or writing to us. Who will secure -
two varieties Leghorns (white and regiment" and horses-whose memory accretion of excellent fertilizer over : them?

brown),Wyandottes.Plymouth Rocks, lingers with us as the memory of an the hungry soil. The dogs tethered
Houdans, three varieties of Polands, early love.Following. with their long chains at the entranceof CORNELL & KCKERSLEY,

White-faced, Black Spanish, White the clash of arms over each separate enclosure are faithful

Spanish, Carrier pigeons, and dogsad the sea, after the Civil War was ended, guardians of the poultry, fruit, and _71X_n Bay_._ __St.,, Jacksonville, Fla.
libitum. The last named are necessary we mingled with the contending armiesof premises as well.

when breeding poultry on any the Old World and saw the imperial At some future time we will give $15,000 A Great Bargain $15,000ONE
thing like a large scale to protect silks of France trail beneath the you our experience with the different

from marauders, especially coons, both belching thunder of the Prussian guns, breeds, inform your readers how we
white and black, for whose especial 1 and vividly to our make
memory returns our coops, nest boxes, and prepare -
benefit we are breeding a cross between the sight of the wounded, maimed and the necessary food, what Breeds

the blood hound and English bull dog, mangled horses in front of the fortress succeed the best with us, how we avoid OF THE FINES"
that will track up and catch anything of Issy and Mont Valerian, and how and cure disease, and, in fact, give you
from a wood rat to a small sized loco mercy prompted us, after the uoke of the benefit of much dearly boughtexperience. "

motive engine. battle had closed away, to ride among A. J. A. .
We have frequently been asked whywe them, prone upon the bloody field, Villa Zanza Poultry Yards, :Manatee, Fla. Orange Groves
happened to be engaged so extensively dying of wounds, of thirst and hunger, ++.
in the "poultry business" in this and with our revolver release them Fumigator for Hen Lice.

State, especially when so many peopleare from their agony. In almost every poultry book or IN THE STATE FOR SALE.

publishing their doleful experiences The Sisters of Chari y, God bless paper I read I find something about
in this pursuit We reply to the them the Ked Cross
; organizations, insect powder and the method of using t
effect .that there is 'nothing difficult the different ambulance all vied ---- .1
corps, -to dust in the apertures of the house 1
about the matter if conducted on busi with each other in caring for the by means of bellows. I think
my way
ness principles and paying .the re wounded men ; but no kindly arm is better. I use the Eureka fumigatorc This Grove contains 20 acres all in trees, ,

quired to.it. however, it oftenappears seemed ''strong enough to release the (c > 81.25)). It holds about half a
situated in Sumter county. It has ad-
easier than .
really is, and noble" horses who fell with their facesto peck of tobacco stems, and is sufficient

reminds us of the Irishman, who, on the: ,foe, and thus, you perceive, it i is to fumigate a house twenty or twenty- vantages as to location,anal ought to be seen ,
being asked to play "Rory'O'More"on natural for us to love animal t
our five feet long by ten feet broad. It is to be appreciated.
the fiddle, replied,t that it might friends and this is ..
; perhaps, the reason safe even to set on a pile of shavings, 4
bother him just a bit at first, but he, why'we have always'been success and burns all the stems, sending the ---- ,
was sure he could do it anyway, as he ful in our'relations l with them. smoke into all cracks and crevices p. >',"
had watched Mike do it and it "looked Iaily. How, the 'blood -
young tingles in our where the insect will '
powders not '
pen The Grove is Actually Worth$25OOO 1' :
Poultry keeping is very simple, veins yet, as, we ''think'' of chamois etrate. If the tobacco stems are damp .

looks easy, is easy, yet some,there are hunts,' among ''the Alpine paks of ened slightly the smoke will be more ,,>
who cannot make it pay, but there are Switzerland, of'the"grouse and pheasant dense.-G. JaB. in Farm and Fire ..
other branches of industry; in ,which shooting) among the Scottish heather side. "t'7'f." :,

people fail to find profit ,as.well. and::over In the first place, to succeed, one blithsome' meet of hounds, whose curling Fowls dislike food. '
sloppy :
: J ; ,
at for other
money once purposes. :
must have'a taste', that'way, with us it tails 8. m.'lik.. a hundred sickles You can't clean the coops too often. 1 / ,. ,-,,: .. '''
is a pleasure and' we take to it as naturally reaping the morning mist as it wreathed Whitewash the roof also on the in -.'.' ;
as a duck takes to water, for around, the. scarlet of 1 the huntsmen side. ,,

during the'' past thirty years we,have upon many a gallant field under the half-starved hen won't lay Apply toCORNELL ,"
kept our share of horses, dogs, poultryand hazy English skies, as well as beneaththe '. .
pet stock, and fail to rememberthe more fervid sun and clearer atmosphere eggs.Petroleum ointment is a specific for .Il
occasion when we have felt that of the: .j
'grand Campagna that, vermin. & ECKERSLEY, /
we have not'had ample remunerationfor like a prairie sea, rolls out from Rome. Ungalvanized iron vessels the :.:;.
the time and money spent ,i it It is ,<, ft:: !,
upon nearly twelve since best for water. .P-'
years '"',
West ,
11% Bay street Jacksonville.FU .,
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mouth, and wad by wad rechewed. Commence to feed your corn spar- HARDWARE: !
Live ptoc After ,thus being remasticated, it ingly at first, and increase the quantity -
passes into the second stomach and very gradually. Never over feed. -
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from thence into the other two. Study to feed, (not at the beginning,
Oare of the Heifer. It is very important to have the but after you get under good head-
The following article on "Care of the food fed in such a form that as much way), just as muchonly as the.animalwill : GEO. LMoCoNiHE;
Heifer, before and after calving, "will of its nutrient properties: as possible eat up clean ; ,if she leaves any
commend itself to all careful stock may be secured by the animal, whether she'is overfed, and the ration shouldbe (New Building at Old Stand.)
raisers, and will be an especial boonto you are feeding for growth and bodily slightly decreased. Feed only twice

amateurs, and to the many families developments, or for fat, or for milk per day. The intervals between the 40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
who have been converted to the "gen- and butter. two feedings, from morning till night
; tle Jersey," and to pleasure and profit We are perfectly aware that our ad- and from night till morning; are necessary -
Jo.be derived from her, if understand- vice to feed cotton seed, even in lim- for,'her to remasticate her food,
ingly treated. Much good instruc- ited quantities, is offensive to the and to digest properly what she has Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves and Tinware.
tion appears in stock journals that is views of even so expert a professionalas eaten. If fed in the middle of the day House Furnishing Goods, Granite and
lost to the novice in stock raising be Prof. E. W. Stewart. In all his also, the stomach is sure to be over- Agate Ware. Bash, Doors, Blinds,
Oils. ,
cause of a lack of what is to him to he advises loaded food than she Agricultural Implement
necessary answers correspondents, more can remas- Iron and Steel. Rope, Belting, .
details, and because reasons against feeding cotton seed in any ticate and properly digest.If Hose and Packing. Pumps,
are not given, for and against this or form, raw or cooked. This advice the heifer's bag, just a little Steam and Water Pipe
that practice : would doubtless be largely modified by while before calving, becomes hard, and Fittings, Four "-
"Your heifer being immature in him, were he a resident of the South and shows symptoms of inflamation, Steel Fence Galvanized Wire,
( growth, the strain upon her system in and could understand more clearlythe you must milk her a little once a dayto Mantels,
! the condition that she is representedto ease with which thoroughly cooked relieve the pressure on the bag. It Grate.,
be-pregnancy, is very severe. The cotton seed were digested by our cattle is not often, however, that this is 'ever EtaAgent
food that you must give her must be and their food values appropriated to required of a heifer. It is something .. .
t such as to insure' ample development such good use, and without any evil almost unheard of-a heifer with first
of bone and muscle. It must also be results whatever attending their feed calf having milk fever or bag spoiling.You .
in, sufficient quantity and quality to seed is the richest and might let up a little on you feed :For
meet the absolute necessities of the un- cheapest food we have for cattle. In- about ten days before the heifer was
born calf, and to insure the steady deed they are too rich to be fed alone expected to calve. After the calf is Orange Lightning Powder, Farmers' Friend
and Boss Plows, Oil Stoves,
growth and development of every with good results. It is not a well dropped, be sure to feed moderatelyfor A:Co's Celebrated Dangler Stoves and Ranges Perry, .
vital part of the animal system. balanced ration, for the albuminoidsare a week or more, and then gradu- Southern (St. Louis) White Lead,
With a heifer so young, not yet two far in excess of the carbo hydratesto ally increase the amount of feed. Masury's Pure Colors In Oil,
years old, the character of rations, es insure anything like a well balanced This must be gradual. But keep on Masury's Railroad&:Liquid
pecially the different proportions of proportion between the two. increasing and only stop when you Paints Standard, Fairbanks'Scales.
albuminoids, and of carbohydrates in Fed alone, the great excess of albu fiud out that the food is not eaten up
the) food, would differ very greatly minoids disagree with the animal and perfectly clean. A cow should never 49-Tln Roofing,Sheet Iron,Copper and Tin
from what would be the case if the tax her digestive organs. Only a have more food than she will eat up Work to order.PIANOS .
animal had her full grt wth. It is cer- small proportion of this albuminoid clean. We want you and others to
tain that the heifer must be well fed, material is being actually needed by remember this. It is important. The
or else the calf will: be born a weakly, the animal system, and only so much question of animal feeding is a com- ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS
puny thing; or the future growth aud being capable of being appropriatedby plicated one, and one that calls for a
development of the heifer will be her for use ; the balance is actuallylost high order of scientific knowledge, as Genuine Bargains.
largely sacrificed, or both. going off to enrich the manure well as practical skill, in order to
We should say a good ration would pile. There is then no use in wasting achieve the best possible results to the -
consist of valuable food and when breeder and feeder. It is
average early cut hay chop: especially a questionupon Being Sole Agents In the South for
ped fine and moistened. Then take thiskind, of unwise feeding of a very which a very considerable
one part of corn meal to four parts of injudicious ration injures the animal amount of thought, investigation and -
bran ; add to this a small quantity of fed. practice may be required if each in- THUSHEK, BENT &: ARION
cotton seed cooked. We would not Early cut hay is best to feed if you dividual stockman if he would econo-
advise feeding raw seed if you can have it, because it is more palatableand mize food to the lowest minimum cost, PIANOS .
avoid it. The cooked seed are more more digestible. The hay has a and at the same time have his stock ,
digestible and more palatable and the large excess of carbo-hydrates ; this reach the highest perfection that
nutrient properties more likely to be !roes to keep up animal heat and fat. human mind and skill can attain. We ORGANS
appropriated in l larger proportionsthan The bran is a fairly good proportionedration all need more information on the ,
if fed raw. The raw seed havea of itself. Both cotton seed and chemical values of stock foods, and
hull that is tough and hard to digest. bran will insure all required by the how to intelligently proportion each MASON &: HAMLIN, BAY STATE,
This hard hull will more or less irri bones and muscles.It individual food, one with another, so PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.
tate the stomach. It is especially im- would not do to feed too much as to form the best proportioned ration;
portant in this special ,case of a young corn meal, because its tendency is to at our command, to suit the circum- Everyone, and pi given Ices benefit guaranteed of ourone lowest.price Easy!system -
heifer, where the tax upon her systemis impart too much heat and put too stances and peculiar conditions of the terms of payment,and payment of freight assumed -
so unusually heavy, that the food much fat on the animal. Bran is various breeds of live stockhavingreference steamboat by us landing.to Purchaser's nearest R. R.or
should be of such a character as to tax slightly laxative on the bowels, but to individual animals of different -
the.digestive organs as little as posi- the cotton seed contains oil enough to ages and for different purposesof -
insure the bowels to be open. use.
object of cutting hay is, first, You will understand that cows advanced ,
that it is more easily masticated ; second ) in pregnancy are more liable to Peach, plum and pear trees are. in CORDEONSand
Fairbanks and from
by cutting, other food can be coastipation than otherwise. There is full bloom about ,
easily mixed with it; third, the cut- generally a tendency in this direction.If present appearances this there will be an lowest all prices.kinds of Send small for Instruments our Illustrated offered cata at
ting of the hay insures the bran and you had pea vines or clover hayto immense crop season. logue.
meal adhering readily to the hay ; if replace the average hay,you wouldnot Orange and lemon groves on the -
such was not the case, the coarser food have to feed so much bran or cot- Halifax are putting on the handsomest .
would go to the first stomach or ton seed, as this character of hay is so growth seen for years at this season of Artist Materials, ", '
paunch,.while the finer portions wouldbe rich in albuminoids. While we could the'year, and are blossoming heavily. Picture Frame.,
liable to divide and seek the fourthor not attempt to proportion your ration Sugar cane seed in Hamilton coun- Fine Picture.,
last stomach, and thus very muchof for you in exact quantity: we should, which was supposed to be very Fancy Good.
the nutrient properties of the finer. however, recommend, first, hay cut up ty much, injured last fall by the frost, is Album., Stationery
food"would be lost. fine ; second, one part of corn meal to and
found to be in splendid We can save you money In anything in
In feeding cotton seed, the coarseness four of bran, add a small quantity of nicely. Music, Art or Fancy Goods. Write us fer
of the food would necessarily insure cooked cotton seed, all well mixed to- growing prices.
3 it going to the paunch. All food i gether, and the hay dampened so that The Land Department of the South -
that goes to the paunch or first stom- the, bran and meal would adhere to Florida Railroad has obtained a large
ach, (not properly a stomach in the hay. The seed will be damp already, quantity of pure": fresh Havana see i, BATES S. M. H.
true sense), is, during the leisure time and much of the bran and meal will which it will distribute free to persons LUDEEN &. ,

of the cow, taken back into the...adhere to them, which is desirable. desiring to plant. SAVANNAH, OA. .


22i...tl.,... -.- .. --._- ---... =,. TBE FLORIDA DISPATCH. [MARCH 7, 1887.

.. :
Irrigation.Mr. '

28,587,335BOTTLES .

Cole's First Impressions.Editor .


This-is my fourth- day in Florida,

and I may as well confess at the out- SAFE Cure

set that your sudden changes and

marked variations of temperaturehave

taken me so by surprise as to Sold, to Z>eo. 27, lose. .

modify conclusions which I had

Such reached has before been *my touching experience your at soil mj No Other Remedy in the World can Produce such a Record ,

home in the North with the watersof

'rains and melting snows deep This wonderful success of ..Warner's SAFE Cure" Is due wholly to the real merit of the Remedy. For a long time It has been BeIrard..d .
dropped down into trenches along Complaints.; by tbe Highest Authorities as the Only Specific for Kidney Liver and Uriiiay Diseases and Female

watersheds, I came to Florida under Thousands people owe their life and health to "Warner's SAFE Cure," and we can produce 100,000 Testimonials to that erect! f

the impression 'that not more than

once possibly in a generation, wouldit Read the following and note the large number of bottles distributed. We guarantee these figures to be correct,as our sales-book will prove.

become necessary to run hot water

into trenches to protect vegetationfrom Boston 1U9,12 Cleveland .
: 682,632. Chicago 2808693.
the effects of frost. This idea is .1 ,

already dissipated. The discomfortsof CAPT. W. D. ROBINSON (U. S. Marine Ins., MRS.T.RITCHEY((562 Uh Ave.,Louisville. C. H. ALLEN (Leavenworth. Kan ),son Edwin -
Buffalo, N. Y.). In 1885 was suffering with a Ky.), was a confirmed invalid for eleven two years of age, articled with extreme -
this morning's air, and the seem- akin humor like leprosy Could not tleep: years, just living, and hourly expecting case of Bright's disease, and the doctor -
ingly increasing cold of to-day admonishes was in great "'",ny. For two years tried death Was confined to bed ten months !'*gave him up. y the advice of the doc-
everything, without benefit. Was pronounced each year. Was attended; by the best physi tor's wife, began the use of Warne-'s SAFE
me, that protection from frost is incurable "Twentv bottles of cians. Her left s-de '. Could: : Cure and after taking seven bottles he is
Warner's SAFE Cure completely cured me. neither eat, sleep, nor enjoy lite. The doctors perfectly well and has had no relapse.
a something necessary nearly or quite I am strong and well." (Feb.5, 1-85.) paid she was troubled with female com-
every winter, 'and that even now, plaints; but she was sail fled her kidneys Detroit, 840,946.)
wereatfected. Under ot War
Providence operation
when -- ------ -- -
your February, corrfsponding ner's SAFK Cure she passed a large stone or
to our May, is not free from frost, and EX-GO T. G.ALVORD(Syracuse,N.Y.),in calculus, and well in when Nov., IftsS"reported, II Am GEN.New H.York P.),WALLEN scarcely able(Iii to walk-dison two blocks Ave.
today a as a girl.
'that even in March are liable to 18<4 began running down with General without exhaustion and, having lost flesh
you Df'bllltaccompanltd with a genre; of heavily. began the use of Warner's SAFE
find it uncomfortably cold; the fact weight in the lower part of the body,with a Cincinnati i !, 8i3,1i67.< Cure and says: "I was much benefited by it."
feverish sensation and a general! giving out I _- __ ___
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must be looked in the face that of the whole organism. Was in serious COL. JOSEPH H. THORNTON (Cincinnati, Milwaukee .
water in trenches at temperature condition, confined to his bed much of the 0)), in 1885) reported teat his daughter was 458,894.
time. Alter a thorough:; treatment with very' much prostrated; had palpitation rf
sufficiently high to beget evaporation Warner's SAFE Cure he says: "I am com- Me heart, intense pain in the head, nervous EX-SENATOR B. K. MUJCE (South Carolina :
the soil ptetrlq. restored to health by Its means." disorder and catarrh of the bladder. !She lost ), after doctoring for years for what he
through nearly or quite reach. fifty-five pounds. Other remedies failing, supposes was! M-tlnria, discovered: he was
ing summer heat is not only important Portland Me. 441105. they beg m the use of Warner's SAFE Cure, atllicte.l Kith tiugar Diabetes, and havingobts.lnE'd
no rellel whatever from his physicians -
SAFE Pills, SAFE .Serein, and within three
but for absolute security, indis months she had gained fifty pounds in he began the use Warner's/ Diabetes
pensable to successful cultivation of lAJOlt s. B ABBOTT (Springfield, Mo.). in weight and ws restored to good health That Cure, and he fays: "My I friends are astonished -
171 was filleted with lame bnck, Rheumatism at my improvemnt.
was three ,and Mie is stPlln as
the soil. In central and and Kidney trouble. Consulted: the very years ago
northern portions good health as ever in her Ilfo. col.Thorn
best physicians in San: Francisco, and vis .Minnesota
ton himself, was cured of Chronic Diarrhirrt
of the State, therefore, the ited all the mineral springs there. ook I a
of eighteen years' standing, 11l1 1881 1, by War
rule for safety would call for free health trip to the New England;: States, but ner's SAFE Cure. MR.: R. hROtt'N ((2221! Woodward Ave., Detroit -
use for seven which suffered constantly from his _____ __ _____ u______ Mich.), injured his back from a fall.
of water in sub-irrigation of from maladv, bad resulted in JlrighCs dis- i Was confined to ins bed Mix eeks. The full
After EX-GOV. H. T.J AC.JBVestport.( Kv.), was
ease. using a couple dozen bolt R of his intense
seventy to ninety degrees. Water of Warner's SAFE: Cure and two of SAFE Pills, prostrated with severe Kidney trouble and Injured fering. Warner's kidneys SAFE producing Cure restored hit UtlI suf
he wrote back and with lost 40 Ibs of tlesh. Alter a thorough treatment -
this be reached : My Kidneys are
temperature by to their condition and he
may out pain, and, thank God, I owe it all toWarner's i with Warner's SAFE Cure he reports, nys
artesian wells as a rule, but in the absence SAFE Remedies." ".1 have never enjoyed beitel'heal/h." I smart writes find, "I_.active am. now eighty years of. age,
---------- -- ----- ---------
apparatus of this should class be of waters resorted, a to heating secure Bal. of New\ ;--Ens, 441,753. I Bal. Ohio, (State,) (6aa,15S.1: Bal. N. W. States, 1,707,119.WARNER'S .

ing evaportion defeating the effects of .:J' ..'!;:r-'f:' ..'." 'A'-""' '- ; \ -fl' ';;. t."L.L'I ", !",-:- ;

frost. Plants near the grounl! will be

perfectly secure by bott'm heat inI I Ask Your Friends and Neighbors

this way without surface protectionThe

orange tree can be dwarfed and

made to. trail near the ground, and

thereby the blossom and fruit saved SAFE CURE.The .

from damage or destruction ; whereas,

if left to grow JIB hitherto, those frigid

atmospheric conditions becoming

alarmingly frequent would preclude

posssibility of security at all times
Most Ever Discovered.
from the effects of frost.That'sub.irrigation Popular Remedy

intelligently applied -;

will make an end of floods, frosts

and.drouths in all of Florida I ,
parts New York State 3,870,7J.' St. Louis San Francisco 1242946.
do not hesitate to declare. To this the J,51o,527.1 ,

people of your State must come, and MRS. THOS. SCHMIDT (wife of the Vlce- J. Q. ELKINS(Elkinsvllle.N.C.),suffered for ,
'onsul of Denmark,69 Wall St.,New York), ten years from Gravel, which attacked him MRS.(P OF.) E.J. '" OLF ((Gettysburg, Pa.,
will come ere long. I am here to see reported that her little son,after an attack every six months. He lost 45 pounds In three wife of the Ed. of the Lutheran Quarterly),
the work begun, and the Hon. A. De- of Diphtheritic Sore Throat eight years ago, months,and his strength was nearly gone. began to decline with Pulmonary -
tlun. (Over 50 per cent ot all cases of Consumption
was afflicted with Brlght's Diease in an ad- After a thorough u.e Warner's SAFE Diabetes -
Land, making the beginning at Lake vanced form; by the advice of Gen'l Chris- Cure he reports I am at well as I ever are caused by diseased kidneys.)
Helen this week will lead the tiansen,of Drexel,Morgan &Co., Bankers, was,after using fourteen bottles.'' Despaired of living.Warner's After a thorough course
way. New York, she prescribed Warner's SAFE of treatment with SAFE Cure, she
During my stay in Florida, which Cure, with the" consent ot the physicians, Kansas( City, -717,860. writes, "I am perfectly well."

cannot exceed six weeks, I shall, from and will be reports perfectly well the physicians say that he
MAYER ((1020 N. 12th St., St.'Louis, Mo.)
necessity, be. closely confined to my afflicted with tired feelings, dizziness andps Bal;Pacific Coast 732,316
work at this place, and parties inclinedto Pennsylvania, 1,821,218. in across the back, and lost appetite.
Was sallow and care-worn all the time. The
visit or correspond with me will do MISS Z. L. BOARDMAN (Quechee.. Vt.), In doctors failing, he began the use of War- CAPT.GEO. u. WILTBANK ((919 Spruce 8U
so at this point.Trusting May, 1882, began to bloat, thence came stomach ner's SAFE Cure, and r ports, "I feel like a Pnlla.. Pa.), prostrated in Central America- _
with Malarial Fever, cawed by congestionof
trouble, terrible headaches,and finally fighting cock.
that the introduction of the doctor's opinion that it was BrighCs di.tecue Kidneys and Liver. Delirious. pan of the
and incurable. Eventually she became. HON. N.PLYMPTON (Worcester, Mas.), time. Liver enlarged on.-lhlrd. Stomach
in Florida will prove, not nearly blind,pronounced by the doctors to in May,1880/ ,was prostrated by Gravel. Un- badly! atrectt d. Could hold no food; even
merely and boon be the last stage of Brlght's disease. After i der the operation of arner's SAFE Cure water was ejected. Using less 1 ban a dozen
a blessing to your having been under treatment by Warner's alone he passed a large stone and subse- bottles Warner's SAFE Cure he writes,
but increase the : quently wrote, "I have had no recurrence "I was completely cured."
people, circulationand SAFE Cur t for one year,she reported, "I am .
of trouble since Warner's SAFE Cure
as well a$any one.' : my -
enhance the usefulness of your pa- cured me.'.' !

per, I remain very truly,'your friend, Southern States, 3,534,017.Every i Bal. S. W. States, 740,785.: Canada, 1,407,824() :*
Testimonial we publish i> sc inuine. Write to tbe testators, enclo sing stamp for reply, and learn,for.
Lake Helen,Volusla County. Feb. 281887. yourselves.





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4 piaI1. erected would for be the more purpose.economical I concludedit to melt How to Cure S. B. HUBBARD & CO.,

". them into beeswax than try to preserve Skin &Scalp JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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them another season. For this '
: Diseases
Effects of Cold +
on Beekeeping -
reason I am of the opinion that the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL .
in Florida. wiring of frames in this climate is wltq theCUTICUF

t Editor FLORIDA (DISPATCH : neither; economical nor profitable, and A DEALERS IN

I One year ago my home apiary contained in future shall discontinue it. Hardware, Stoves and Tin-ware

{ fifty col"'flies, in average condi- J. Y. D. U l.r.? REMEDIES.I Sash, Doors and Blind, Paints,
tion possibly a dozen. colonies short in New Smyrna, Feb.11, 1887. DISFIGURING, ITCHING,
stores and weak in bees. With few --- .>.. TORTURING pimply diseases of the skin, Oils and Varnishes, Pumps,
a scalp, and blood with loss of hair,from infancy -
exceptions, they were in eight frame Bee Notes From the Caloosahatchee. "to old age, are cured bj the CUTICURA lead and Iron Pipes, Su- '

Langstroth hives made of what REM EDIES Mills Leather and
pine UTICURA RESOLVENT the New Blood Purifier gar ,

l lumber and supported by legs about Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: disease-sustaining, cleanses the elements blood and,and perspiration thus remove of Rubber Belt and

j six, inches from the round in order to Bees swarming and bringing in the caute. Mill

\ keep off the ants. The combs were honey rapidly from the abundant allays UTICURA itching, the and great.inflammation. Skin Cure,,clears instantly tee Suppliesof

mostly built on foundation which was bloom of the penny royal, so that extracting skin and scalp of crusts,scales and sores,and every description.

supported by wire, and taking all into is the order of the day. Hivesare restores CUTICURA the hair.SOAP,an exquisite Skin Beautifier -

consideration they were in as good) a very heavy, containing about an is indispensable in treating skin diseases "A"NEWDEAL" ,
baby humors, skin blemishes,chapped
, condition as those of any apiary on the average of about fifty pounds of honey, oily skin CUTICURA REMEDIES are the

coast at the time. The frost of Jan-i most of which is sealed over. Pros great Sold skin everywhere.beautifiers.Price CUTICURA, 50c.: BY

; ury 1886, destroyed much of the for- : pects good for( an average of seventyfive SOAP, 25c.; RESOLVENT $1. Prepared by the Deere &
POTTER DRUG AND CHEMICAL o.t lioston, Company
; age that the bees depended upon in to one hundred pounds pr colonyof .M ass.. .
previous seasons before() the opening of penny royal honey. By the time a.Send for "How to urA Rkin Diseases."

the Bay, Grape, Palmetto; and mangrove that crop is gathered, the saw palmetto fPTMTED 1 AN skin bathed with the with loveliest UTICUBA delicacy MEDICATED is the MOLINE, ILLINOIS.

and they did not build" up as in will open up, and bees kept busy at SOAP. Two Horses can do tie work of Ttoe.

previous seasons.CQnsequently that until June.I .

the yield from the see in the last DISPATCH "S." ad- FLORIDA LANDSAlong

Bay and grape was only sufficient to vises tn ckers and fruit growers to A SAVING OF ONE-THIRD

carry them through the season, and keep bees for the purpose of fertiliza- the line of the IK THE COST OF PLOW1KO.

the surplus usually secured and ex- tion of blossoms, strawberry, orange, South Florida Railroad, Tur..dwttLw

.tracted failed to appear; on the adventof etc. I have never seen a bee on straw- 1 he great highway to Cuba. 24 inches 6.retobr.nd ; 1 16 inches

the cabbage palmetto bloom they berry blossoms in my life, though I These lands are admirably adapted to growing -

received a stimulus which caused have always had both ; and I don't Oranges Guavas, Plne-Apple.,

them to breed freely, but not add to think I have seen bees working on
and other semi-tropical fruits,also
their stores. The result was the sur- orange blossoms, but this may be because

plus was insufficient to carry them the penny royal is blooming at Early Vegetable! and Strawberries.

the and it resulted) the same time. H. G. BURNET. -
through season!: in Town Lots in growing towns along the line
the loss of one-half the colonies by the Alva, Monroe County, Fla., Feb.22, 1881. of road.
I. .-.-. Large tracts, in various parts of the State.
ravages of the ants and swarming out. Will Bees Destry Sound Fruit ? for Grazing purposes Sugar growing, and
I omitted to there was increaseby timber.
say, no
Now comes the keeper of the Na- Map and informationjfurnished on applica-
natural hie'
swarming at the proper tion toLAND iwllif It
tional Experiment Station at Aurora
season as in many aparies on the DEPARTMENT SOUTH FLORIDA R. R.,
mainland. The colonies were left to Illinois, and makes his report to the Sanford, Fla., or The ffmtett ploT' iaproremeat of ti.time. ,

care for themselves in a great measureI Agricultural Department at Washington FRED. T. MYERS, THE "NEW DEAL" WHEELED
having been from home. and avers that he has experi-- General LandAgent,

On the secretion of away the syrup from mented with bees in close confinementto 82 West'Ray'Kt..'Jacksonville. Fla. WALKING PLOWS,

the saw palmetto berries in the fall gee if they would punture Found C UNLEACHED AA SINGLJS AND DOUBLE FURROW.
fruit of different sorts, and after the
the colonies worked zealously, and at THE "NEW DEAL" Is lighter in draft and more
the close of the season, were well filled several tests covering long periods of HARDWOOD 2 easily handled than a hand plow, and cots a
with the black In this ccndi- time and it seemed that bees would N Supplied in car-load lots. AdmitH more uniform farrow.
syrup. do their best A ted one of the most Complete FertilE THE "NEW DEAL" Is lighter In draft lighter In
certainly from
tion they were left until about ten t.t keep izers now In use. Especially weightf and lighter in price than a sulky plow
starving to death, it is demonstratedthat Orange Groves. Quality do all its work.
Dfor JtuaranS
I examined them
ago, as
bees will THE NEW DEAL" Gang cats 24 Inches with thedraft
is usually done in the spring of the actually starve to death A B. L,. NOU'.=LL & CO., of a 16 inch hand plow-a saving of 50 percent
I found sitting on ripe, sound fruit, because Montreal, Canada. in labor. DOts all the work of a four-
year. an ample supply of bone riding gang with one leas horse and little
they have no tools by or with which more than Lit me cost.
stores, plenty of bees and young brood, Chicago Poultry LetterIS
and of they could puncture the skin or ripe THE "NEW DEAL" Plows are ALL STEEL,
a good prospect having early
I fruit THE BEST insuring greatest strength with lightest weight.
so as to get the inside of it.
swarms. A half dozen colonies: hivedon Poultry and Live Stock Journal This is no untried and rickety experiment and
the Gallup frame were better if No hornets, yellowjackets, linnets, these claims are not mode recklessly to attract at-
insects Published.It tention. This system is the outgrowth of careful
anything than the Langstroth, thoughc jaybirds or of any kind were observation and experiment reaching over a periodof
allowed to be in the cage with the tells how to mate, raise and manage yearn, with & rational view of the requirements
mfined in hives division for and
long by Poultry pleasure profit. of the times.
bees, so that a fair and just decision
hoards to economise the heat. The They are superior to any plows ever offend,
result of this winter will warrant me cauld the be arrived at that ought to settle PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNDM.The and market.the most Send economical for circular.plows ever placed la the

in changing the balance over as soon question forever.
State for the above Plow.
---->- HGarden
as it can be done without loss. Mr. Chicago Poultry Letter and The Weekly
truck is i in Western! Fanclei Review both for$1.35.
D. Barber, of DeKalb Junction, New quite plentiful ALSO

York, has been with me for the past the Tallahassee country. Peas are Address J. L. S. HALL M. D., Deere & Co's Steel Pony ?, 2 and

two weeks, and expressed himself blooming, Irish potatoes are up and Kffi W. 47th '*?.. r'h"L'O., Ill 3-Horse Steel Plows, Riding,
--- -
highly satisfied with the condition. of : growing finNly.White Walking and Plain Culti-

the colonies. Mr. B. i is veteran T9S S vators.ALSO .

beekeeper, and is one of the few. ,inon i Pekin trucks AGENTS FOR
who winter their bees i "
surwsiftilly.He Huff i, chins !
and his brother keep nearly five Gel at Planet Jr., Cultivator, and Garden Tools
Ciolitn lucrtl >f>abri;:ht', '\ ..F.Spai BIll.
His fits vi-it
hundred colonies. t. ish, ',nl'ornM (iiiniH; Ml or "UII- Washbnrn&Moens
this phce! was in D.ceuiber,18', 3, an 1 gored bearded and ere ted. Kg: s, $1. '" \I.er 1{. ENSILAGE .
Il'tiicit Duck, Lijihi Hrahmas.: I 1C ap >'s'hlte -AND- BAKBED WIRE FENCING.We
now since the mangrove has been de '\ l.eghorcs, ituwkin's l :yni. I Hoc', Pit
etroyrd his opinion that the Games B. It. and Spangled fame liaiitnms. Fodder Cutters. keep the largest stock of
expresses .
Ktfsrs; ,SI.W per i.:3. ,
faster run
to cut
Cotters coaraoteed
outlook would.not justify much (If anexpenditure White C re Mod D uck Polaiitls. Bo lighter Tbeee, do s> greater variety and better work AGHlCUI/rURAL. IMPLEMENTS
.f neys Blown Leghorns, Prestons Wyandottes than any machine made. More Ross Cutters In use In the State.
for the production < lloiKlniiw, troll's auvFlinns.; Eggs, Sim for EnsOaffe than all other machines in the United
either comb or extracted ln-uey.. Of per 13. Cockciels of above for breeding States combined. Cutters especially for Ensl-
and Prices sent free. Correspondenoe
oJ Catalogues
never get out
purposes,S..0( >each. lage; heavy stronr pimple
the combs from the remaining twenty- Seminole Turkeys, ((1\40-lh. pure Bronze order and last a life-time. Dry machines Fodder Cutters In the solicited.
121tzea.hand power. Largest
five colonies bred to hardy domesticated wild hens. Eggs, in the
some 450, after having world. The largest Cotter Factory
Vnlted Statei,and the only one building cnttert Address
vainly endeavored to protect them ;;;Booted White Cuban Carrier Pigeon., ael..ITelyanywhere. Send for oar large IUu ..
from the ravages of the moth by $10 per patryVILLA Sra&ed Catalogue "An a F ages.I S B: HUBBARD & CO:
ZANZA POULTRY YARDS, W. ROSS &CO. >'o.8! tn'\t!! Rf.it.a311it
smoke, sulphur etc;; in a building Manatee, Flit __.-.. elaaDt ......-....:..... Jacksonville, Fttuf







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 Years' Experience In Orange Culture. last season bas given most excellent results,and I take pleasure In(riving
you this tet-tiuQonial. I find this fertilizer to be just what it is repre-
sented.and 1 cannot speak too highly in its f.vor. I want same amount
NOKWALK, Fla.. September, 1S85. this season. i G. EICIIELBERGKR.
Having had nine years experience In orange culture in Florida,and
having tried various kinds of fertilizers, I feel It my duty to ray neighbors -
to say that your goods have proved of more value to me for orange FORT MASON,Fla.,August 2f, 1885.
trees than any other fertilizer I have used. We have used Bradley's Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and
I have given Bradley's Orange,Tree Fertilizer and Fine Ground Bone orange trees,and they have given better satisfaction than any 'fertilizers
a good test for two years, having used your goods by the side of others we ever used. DA VIES&TAYLOR.
where I could compare results. ;I shall invest in no other,and cheerfully f:
recommend your goods to the public. M. R.BEAN. =Y-_ =
Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone.BralIey's ,

Palmetto A Phosphate, Bradley's Sulphate r

-=:::=- = of Potash, Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc.
Attention Florida Gardeners -= = r 3=
s,=.- c
-- -
--: .,,,,.. .- Send for Circulars.
Use Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer L

4 GEORGE E. WILSON, State Agent,

Prepared Especially for Florida Truckers. ---:- : == -- 50 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

'. : The Georgia Associated Traffic Lines.

t;' : .. Fas-t Freight R.ou.te.

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Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Kansas City, and All Points West and Northwest.

,-.:._. And Only Line Furnishing
lit. TWO FAST FREIGHT Schedules each day,connecting with both the Cincinnati Southern and Nashville,Chattanooga and St.Louis Railroads at Chattanooga,and the Loni'".
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 given:
them the necessary notice so that they can use every precaution to protect your interests.3rd. .
We have a full line of Ventilated and Refrigerator Cars,which will be furnished upon application.4th. .
We Have the Shortcut Line to the We t, and make the Quickest Time.
5th. Letters and questions promptly and cheerfully answered,and upon application stencils and rates to any point will be furnished.

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

P, BECKW1TH, Florida Freight Agent,

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

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

g ; : A. J. ROSE .


k :Improved and Unimproved Property, Town Lots, Orange Orove


,."f" Tr-u.ck. Garden: "Lan.d.: .
Correspondence Solicited. P.O.Box 197.
; (:a. References: First National Bank of Orlando: The K1iwtmm' e Oltv Kan*.


prange Groves and Other Property in Florida Bought and Sold.



MacCallum Solicitor
Hugh (Late ot Scotland.) ,



AND ORANGE TREES Fancy y. Poultry.W. Ladles o'gentlemen desiring pleasant profitable
employment write at once. We want
Budded from tried'and approved varieties, and on good health locks. you to handle an article of domestic use tbat
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, ana a general line W. FENDRICH, rcconiiiiciiclN iiweir to everyone at Muht.
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida Address, XTAFL.K FL.OUK. Hells like hot rakes.
AARON "W-AJESie Successor to Albert Fries, Profits 300 per cent. Families wishing to
Georgetown, FlaMav Keeps 20 varieties of I'ur .brrd Fowls." practice economy should for their own
IR'M tt ___ Yards: hell Head,near Moncripf Spring benefit write for particulars. Used every
Eggs for Hatching,82 per dozen. day the year round in every household.
BAY VIEW NURSERIES. P.O. Box::ii. Jacksonville, Kl*. Price within reach of all. Circulars free.
I{ -MenUon Dlspatrh.issz. Agents receive Sample Free. Address
t Domefttic MufCo.. MArion. Ohio.

Budded Orange and Lemon Trees, ,

.. Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants. Trees strong and well rooted My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are ;
and especially adapted to outh Florida. perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and ALBERT FRIES
Annspection Is Invited. All Inquiries by mall promptly answered. Catalogues sent free always handy to tell the day of week,.month ST. NICHOLAS, FLA. ,
on application.- K. D. IIOYT. Bay View, HillsborouKh Co., Kia. or year.Too ,
-- costly to give away.U'will mail one to AGENT FOR
JOHN T. LESLXT,President S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE,Sec.&Treas anybody sending me a nickel to help pay advertising GEO. %,,. BAKE II'S .
postage etc. You need one and
'TAMPA, FLORIDA W.l Grower. MmU-nn. Ark.I Decomposed with Potash.
Price$25 per ton,free on board in Jacksonville
Are rellab and responsible,and being chartered are amenable,'to the State. Have every HABITS cared Samples of 18 different grades of Fertllzer.
description of Real Estate. We solicit OPIUMaDdWHISKV pain. Book put up by Mr.Baker,can be seen at the Gel- .
Send .
correspondence. for .
I sont Free. man Drug Store,19 E.Bay St.Jacksonville.
Fsustpklet.\ \ and ne1t'Jp&per'. .. .M.II.,..&.Uu&e.& ea. Sen 2-cent stamp for catalogue.g ','

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SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WEST'N Put man Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir HING
Buffet Cars via Waycro.-s. Albany and Macon CHUNG Oranges and Lemons!

'.i BA.IL W. .*: and VH! Waycross, Je.up and Macon,
between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also' CHINA WARE and JAPAN GOODALL -
SHORT LINE Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville
through -
.,,',. and KINDSOF Consignment:solicited.iLiberal advances
Chattanooga. made. Would.be with
tliifc CARD IN EFFECT DEC. 5, 1886. Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville Handkerchiefs and Curiosities.Call parties desiring to pleased ship here.correspond
and Nashville via Thomasvllle and
', and'see goods. Summers ITIorrison & Co.
Ail, Trains l on this Road are run by Central Montgomery. ,
fjtandaird Time.Passenger Pullman Buffet"Cars between Jacksonvilleand No. 22 Laura Street, near Bay, 1H South Water St.,;Cblcago.

Trains\frlJl.;leave and arrive dally. Washington. Jacksonville. <' Refer Metropolitan National Bank, Chlca-
Tickets sold all Rai -
[ Through points by -- -
ris follows; go: .1.,V. Farwpll fe Co..Chh a 'n.
.. WEST INDIA' FAST MAIL. and Bteati'ship connections, and baggage -
of,> Leave Tampa via S. F. R. R........ ...... SrOO: p m checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths I CURE FITS I THE DINGEE &; CONARD COS"
Sanford via J.,T. '. Jacksonville............................_ 7.0-j a m Astor's building,82 Hay street, and at Passenger When 1 say cure I do not mean merely.to atop them for a
Arrive Station, Rnd on board People's Line time and then bare them return again I mean a radical
Jacksonville......... ..._.12:00 n'n
haTe made the disease P.Au
Arrive \\.uycrosR.................. 9:10: a. m Hteamers If. B. Plant and Chattahoochee and cure.INO SICKNESS a life-long lCud oU'lT8.,. I warrant my.remedy or to
Arrive Savannah....._...............__...11:5.5 a m Dellary-Baya Line Steamer City of Jncaiso11- cure the wont caaea.: Because others have failed la no
Arrive Charleston............................... 4:5O: ,p m vllle. WM P II.\'IHJ b:1<:, reaaon for not now receiving a cure. Send at once: for a
Arrive Richmond.............. 6:19 a m 11pn4iN Pat'(4n"'I'T AyPfR treatlae and and a Post Free Offlre.Bottle of Iteoeteyeanithingforatrial my Infallible remedy OlftBxl'l'elll For 18 YenrSourGrentSpeclaltyhualbempoW
O.The tl'iL11TNfa Q""C'.htpnr1pnf.
Arrive Washington....................11:00 a n _and I wWcanJOtIo _DB.B.G.BOOT.!,. 183 Paul "N.Ta Latest Dg Novelties and icnestatanttavdwrtsIn diner-
Arrive Baltimore................................12:18 p m ent size8and prices to suit all We endSTROH! ,TlBOE.
ft Arrive Philadelphia........................._ 2:17 p m JOHN F. STRATTON'S 018 riASiH I safely 67 mail or express to all point.
Arrive New York..........................._.. 5:50p m 3 TO 12 PLANTS *
t jj ,
51.| ?
Pullman Bu "etCan Tampa to Washington, CKLKHRATED: : per .
-. and New York to Tampa. Brass Band Instruments.ALSO Our e'ft"G ui le,88 pp.describes nearly 5OO fl neat
varieties of ltoaestlte best Hardy Shrubs,A
NEW ORLEANS: EXt'K&i: t'limbintf: Tines and New and Rare Flower
Leave Jacksonville............. ............. ,.00 m i Heeds,and tells how to arrow them-FREE
Arrive Jacksonville......... 7:3.5 p m JOHN *. STRATTON'SGold Address THE DINGEE & CONARD CO.,
Leave Callahan.......... 7-1: a-ro x Trumpet Boee Growers. West Grove,Cheater Co.Pa.

Arrive Waycross .....?................_- 9.10 a ro I Accortleong.
Arrlva Thomasvllle........ ... ......... 1:22: p m es Fer THE CHAMPION FENCE WORKS
Arrive Bainbridge.................. ............ :,:35 p m The handsomest Accordeons ,
Arrive Chattahoochee......................... 4:04 p m In the market.
I Arrive Pensacola via L. & N.R.R......10:10 i p m JOHN F. STKATTON'S E. M. WESTON, Manager.
Arrive Mobile via L.&:N.R.R........... 2:15: a m '? MARION G?
Arrive New Orleans vlaL.&N.R.R... 7:10 a m Piccolo Accordeons. Works at Waycross Depot,

Arrive Albany........_....................... 3J2 p m very best and cheapest Fence made. Joint J'. Stratton
Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 8:21 p m Straight galvanized telegraph wire to which Celebrated Harp (In centre of E.Bean's Packing-House)
1 Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R..12:15: a m each picket Is firmly riveted. Can be put up Guitarsetc. Jacksonville, Fla.
Arrive Chattanooga via W.&A.R.R. 5:55: a m very rapidly and so as not to sag verv dura-
Arrive Nashville via N.C.&St. L R.RU:45 a m ble. The only fence used by the Boston and ., etc., etc. This Is the cheapest and most desirable
1 Arrive Louisville via Jj. & N. R. R.._ &:50 p m Albany R. R. Co. Do not confound It with Fence mow made. U Is made of the best
Pullman Buffet_Cars to and from Jacksonville an Inferior article. JOHN F. STRATTON BESSEMER STEEl WIRE and Yellow
; and New Orleans via Pensacol, and Maiden Lane, New York. Pine
For descriptive circulars address as above. Pickets.! Orders for Fencing promptly
Mobile to and from Jacksonville and Louis-
i' : attended. Come and see samples.
Thomasvllle, Atlanta and Nashville, '
; and Cincinnati to Jacksonville via Jesup. CONSUMPTION. ORANGE HOME. I am sole agent for 1 the Counties of Duval,
Clay, Ht.Johns, Marion and Ala hna for the
Leave Jacksonville.............................. 2:05 p m HM thoniandt. of long Champion ''fence Machines. Machine can
ca ei of the of
worn kind and be In at works.
t Arrive Jacksonville..........................J2.-00 n'n tundlnr have been cured. In.'ecd.otrorrl n y faith A Beautiful Spot in a Healthy Location. seen operation my
I f Leave Callahan................................... 2:47 p m In Hi efflcacv, that I *ill ncsul TWO BOTTLES:; FREE E. M. WESTON,
Leave Chattahoochee ...............11:30 a m tojrrtberwUh aVAUTABU: irrATISK on this 6Ueastoanjiuff Manager.
Leave Thomasvllle............................. 1:45 p m .rer.DR.T.Givecxp A. SLu. ....ut.:I. .i V.O.Iddre... York Unequalled for Orange Culture and Trucking.On .
f Arrive Way cross.................................. 4:40 p m m realist.Ntw Farmers' Wagons and Carts.
I t Arrive Brunswick via B.& .*'. R.R... 8:t8 p m -

.. Arrive J esup......................................... 6:16 p m DR. JOHN BULL'SSIuth'sToliic the F. R. &: N. Co'g main line, 25 miles \ -
J Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. R.11:2U p m south of Ocala, 8 miles north of Leesburg. If you want a first-class Wagon or Can
t Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V. & O.R.R. 2:2a' m Transportation unexcelled.A Cheap for Cash,call on

Arrive Chattanooga via E.T. V. & G. 8:20: a m B. D. ZAHM,
Arrive Cincinnati via 0.S. R. R........ 6:45 p m SyraiFOR home specialty of Educational Facilities! moral
Influences health and Fla.
Arrive Savannah................................ 7:58 p m ) from reasonable N Jacksonville
profits all agricultural and Industrial Office H. Berlack's Store East Street.
Arrive Charleston ............................... 1:25 a m ask Bay
I Arrive Wilmington............................. R:30 am pursuits. All I Is a personal inspectionof Farm Wagons from............835.00 to U2.UU
Arrive VI eldon................................... 2:15 p m THE CURE OF Orange Home and vicinity. Carta and Drays from..........125.00 to S28.1X'

.. Arrive Richmond. .............................. 6:00: p m Will sell Real Estate Orange'Groves,Town
i Arrive Washington...........................11:00 pmt FEVER and AGUE Lots, Hammock and High Pine Lands. Early Spring Vegetables and Flowers.
t Arrive Baltimore................................i,2, ai a m Home ,
Arrive Philadelphia.......................... 3:45: a m malls Orange Is an ESTABLISHED TOWN- Farmers, Gardeners and Florists use the
i Arrive New York.............................. 6:50: a m Or CHILLS and FEVER general stores,etc. Patent Protecting Cloth,originated and prepared -
t Pullman Buffet Bleeping Cars to and from Corespondence solicited. References of the only by undersigned. It Is. equal to
I Jacksonville and New York, also Jacksonville best furnished. glass, and costs but'a tenth as much,on Cold
t to Cincinnati via Jesup. AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.The E rDon't buy until you write to me. Frames and Hot Bed. Protects from frost,
promotes hardy and rapid growth, does not
I EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. proprietor of this celebrated mediciojutly W. C. shrink known and
Leave Jacksonville.............................. 5:00: p m claims for it ODD, or decay rapidly. Widely
I Arrive Jacksonville ........ 8:55 am f a superiority over all ren Orange Home/Sumter Co., Fla. extensively used. Trade supplied at low rate

Leave callahan.... .............................. 5:41 p m dies ever offered to the public for the SAF1 ------- Send for
i Leave Waycross.................................. 7:58: p m CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cm The Largest and Most Complete Estab- U. S. WATERPROOFING 56 South St. New CO.York.,
Leave Gainesville ............................... 3:55: p m of Ague and Fe ver.or Chills and FeverwhetJer lishment South. ,
t Leave Lake City..................... ........... 3:20) p m of short or long standing. He refers to tb -
Leave Live Oak................................... 7:20: p m entire Western and Southern he Snowdrift Poultry Yards
f Leave Thomasvllle........................._..11:30 p m country to ?
i Arrive Albany..................._.. 1:65 am him testimony to the truth of the assertio KEUKA, PUTNAM Co., FI.A.KEY. .
Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 7:30 a m that in no case whatever will it fail to cure NOEL R. HAME1C Proprietor.Fresh .
J Arrive Mobile via L. &: N. R. R......... 2:10: p m the directions are strictly followedand carrie
Arrive New Orleans via L. &:N. R.R. 7:30 p m out. In a great many cases a single dose hi eggs of White Wyandottes, $3.00;
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R.... 7:05 p m been sufficient for a cure and whole familii While Plymouth Rocks and White Leghons
i Arrive Louisville via L. &: N. R. R..... 2:12 a m ki ( ') S2.IX per slttlne. Packed In new
Arrive Cincinnati via L. &: N. R. R... 6:30 a m have been cured by a single bottle,with ape. baskets ana delivered to Express Co.,on Fla.
a Arrive St. Louis via L.&:N. K.R........ 7:40 a m feet restoration of the general health. It i Southern Ry. Circulars free.NOTICfc. .
Pullman Buffet tars to and from Jacksonville however,prudent,and in every case more ce --.---

j and Louisville Thomasvllle,Albany, tain to cure,if its use is continued in small .
Montgomery and Nashville', and to and from
doses for a week or two after the disease hrbeen
Bartow and Montgomery via Gainesville. To Whom it May Concern:
checked,more especially in difficult an
SAVANNAH EXPRESS. Sixty days after the first publication of this
Leave Jacksonville.............................. 8:15 p m long-standing cases. usually this medicin notice application will be made to the Legislature -
Arrive Jacksonville-........ ................. 6:15: a m will not require any aid to keep the bowels i of ,lorlda for the passage of a charter
Leave Callahan 9.H5pm: good order. Should the patient, however,rr of the "Florida Fruit Exchange," whereby

Arrive Callahan.................................. 5:25 a m quire cathartic medicine,after take the' capital stock may be Increased to a sum
Leave Gainesville........... 3:55 p m three or four doses of the Tonic singe doe &greatethin Fifty Thousand Dollars; the par
Arrive Gainesville .............................10:0.3 a m ,a Geo. S. Hacker & Son value of Mrues to be reduced from one hundred -
Leave Lake City................................ 3:20 p m of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILL dollars to Ten Dollars per Share; to allow
Arrive Lake City................................10:15 a mLeave will be sufficient. Use no other. MANUFACTURER OF the corporation to purchase and convey

Live Oak................................... 7:20 p m such real Nod personproperty as may be
I r Arrive Live Oak.......................... 6:40 am DR. JOHN BULL'SSMITH'S DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDINGAnd deemed necessary to Its usefulness' Including
Arrive Thomasvllle........................... 7:15 am vehicles of transportation; to lease or erect
t Arrive Albany_......11:40 1)a m TONIC SYRUP, buildings for storage"" of produce; and advanceon
Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R.. 7:55 p m BULL'S SARSAPARILLA Building Material. produce, ; to manufacture and sell such
Arrive Nashville via L &: N. K. R ..... 6i5: a m materials as may' be useful to fruit-growers
i If Arrive ix>u1svllle via L. & N. R It. 1:57 p In BULL'S WORM DESTROYEIThe Office Warerooms, King, op. Cannon St. and gardeners,and generally to transact such
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6.35 p m business as may be for the Interest of mem-
Arrive Kt. Louis via L. & N. R. It...... K.-O" p m Popular Remedies of the Dal. .. .Charleston_ S. C. bers and others connected with fruit growingand
i Arrive Waycross.............11:20 J: p m -- kindred pursuits and for such other
Arrive Brunswick via B &: W. R.R... 6:40 a m Principal Office, 831 Main St., LOUISY1T.L" Y{' ON 30 DAYS' TRiAL. powers as may be deemed, necessary and
Arrive Albany via B.& W. R. R......... 4:45 a m proper.
Arrive Mcot via Central R. It.......... 9:01 a m OEO. R. FAIRBANKS, OEO.H.NORRIS,
Arrive Atlanta via Central I It. R.. 1:X5 p m [ELASTIC TRUSS I)GKEENLEAF, J. MITCHELL,
Arrive Chattanooga via W.&A. R.H. 7:07 p in PENNYBOYALPILLS T. W. MooRE, M. J. DOYLE,
,ta ., Has a Pad different from all WM E. STANTON BOUT. BULLOCK
Arrive J f'SU' iw a m j others. 13 CUD shape with Self ,
Arrive Krunswlck via E. T. V. A U... ftt 0 a m "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH. SEM518LE ad.JustingBall center.adapts B. '*. BEAR,
Arrive Macon via E.T. V & G. R.R 7:30 a m The Original and Only Genuine. TRUSS itself to all positions of tho Board of Directors Florida Fiult Exchange.
V.&G : body while the ball in the cup Jacksonville Kla. February 16,1837.
Arrive Atlanta via E.T. It.Rllm a m Eafo and always RelUM TUware of worthlr' Imlutiont.IndUnensable back the intes- ,
Arrive Chattanoga via E.T.V.AG.R 6:15: p ro to LADIES. Ask;; jour ttrnnrUt for tines presses Just as a person
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R .. t:'0 a m MChlchcter'Encli''h"aa Arrive Savannah! .......................... Clf: >a m (NAME puunp to PAPER.ua for particular ChlchMlcr In Utter Chcnlral br return nail.,, its oes 13 held securely day and night and a radical cure "oE IYMYERIRONWORICSc1
Arrive Charleston ...... ._ _12: 5 pm 2318 Hadliton i tnare,I'hllada,Pa. -crtain. It is easy dnrabln and chean. Sent by mail.Cir- 1o cmciNHAna
Arrive Wilmington ............ 8.30 p m Sold by DmrcM everywhere. Ask for "Chlohe Mars free. EGGIXSTO3: TRUS8 CO., CUeac, Ilk SOU MAKERS OFTHE i/inTnD V I U I UK,

Arrive'Richmond..._. ............_.........itirlSa m tor's EagliaU Penny royal 1111. Take no oiben l- ; NILESACTWESTERN
Arrive Washington-! ................... 3:10 pm in i.Aiii RorI1:: MIKSEUY. t
Arrive Baltimore ............................... oj 51 pm NURSERY STOCK of choice Imported varie- H &6ENUINC COOKEYAP03ATCBCCNCIRNWO
I Arrive Philadelphia. ..... .........._........ 7:17 p m FOR ALL. .3O a week ties of ORANGE and LEMONS, acclimated and SORGHUM HAIR BOOK
Arrive New York -....... fl'JQ p m W 0 R K and expenses paid. Valuable tested at f>lalr. Also, PECAN TREES. Apply oA 1587
outfit and particulars to Donald Houston, Sup at Belair,or THE CUITIWESHTOHUM
Continued to next column. (? AND ITS MANUFACTURE
."", {Tee. P. O. VICKEKY, AUluata.Maln.) T. F. HUGGK,Agent, SanfonL pT.. SYTCPaSUIW LSDff Tilt M APPLICITIOJt



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.goad___for.P'of Cauiogue.:=te.dmons.l..ad irwl\ GwnotaedlBri terms,Ova r.i..to. ( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, November M, 1886, 1:30 a m,Trains -
Weaver OIM sad Plano Go. tk'act.ry. will leave and arrive as follows:

ORGANS. J BEST ..:. :- &If. r:. ri. 1 ..c-i .. :- tk. 0 pcr! Z.CZ
:: ;Q -
I WOVEN WIRE FENCING ,..:. 0 I 0 0 t-1 I == 0 0 ... .,.:. .0. .o .
inchest ROBOT at all Great world's Esblbtdl__tot STEEL -o. .Z .Z .Z.. ,,:::0 c. 0 0 0
nine, yean.. 100 atjrlet, 923 to 1900. For ca.h, .... WIRE 80C. PER ROD. m E. 37 e c.- a y0 0 Z.. III.: S. e z..... E $':" ..... ,c oZ hz
.dtq tJa O + C. STATIOJoS. C ..e... .,
Pajrmcnu.orBenied.PIANOS. u c: e'-I I 8 g ... .! == g ::2 g g
N -a;: c:,) CJ c:,) .:: CD c:,) .:- c:,) CJ f "
x c c c: r- f1 5 c: a c c' ,

The Improved by MAM Method* HAKU of Strl&clae 7ft conceded, introduced by.eom cad. > il-;; ;;-I,- A M a;; ;; 'e-Arrlve V A M -;-; -;; -;; -;; -;;

Eected ; to constitute a radical adraac la Piano t a ..._ ......_ ..._... ,....... _....., ...-... ..... _R. R. WharL_ ....... .. .._ _...... _...... _...... ... _
Duo Z1sac I 0IUCft1J o 10 30 4 415 00 K 5010 00 7 4:. .....Rnford .. ...115 2:1(1: 83,5' 1 00; 4 tJO 4 20,8 0.5
not,.require DetcrtpilTe one-quarter M nracb tofilaff M 3 10.J0 4 48 510 9 ('5'10 13 .7 55.....! Belair...... 112 2 21 8 2512 48. 3 50 4 l61 750

Catalogue by mall -I ..... ..... ..... .. .. ..... .Crystal Lake Jll ..... ..... _.....'' .... ...... ......
5 10 4.5 ..... 5 15 9 l it(. -... .... ....... Bents.... 1I0i 2 165, 8 20 _... 3 15 ...... ......
ORGAN &PIANO I CO 10 105.) 458 52 i I 92.104.. ) 820 ?..Longwood __ 105 200'' 8 1012371 33 t 3 40 72 i
13 1103 5 0.1. 53: 9 2h I 11' 10( 8 3) ... Altamonte.. 102, 1511 8 00 12 30 :J 2.5 3 W 713
Twisted Wire Rope Selvage.. 14 11(17( 5O653': 9331121 8 4i ......_Mayo_......1011 1 53: 7 54 12 I 26! 3 20 218 7(5(
WJ 1'1It..,Bono.Wabi.ZTq, All of good widths FREICHT and sizes. Sold PAID.Information by us or any dealer free.in tbl Wnte*line 1 15< 11 12 508, 543:: 93'41135' 9 5-3 ..._Mal Hand_... 1lI0 14=. 751l223 315 24i 700
> : The McMullen Woven Wire 0. 18 1120 515 552 945l15' 5 910 _Winter Park_ 97 1 40 74212 15 317 225 650
I 158 & 160 W. Lake St., CHICAGO, ILL 20 ..... ......1 1 6 00 ...... ... .... ......Wllcox..... 95 ...... 734 ........ :J 00 .... .....
? 3526 6C8 1 0012 55 950 .Orlando. .. 93 128 72S1202. 630 4I
Fine gardening marks the progress of civtltzatton.-BACOS. 25 .._ ?. .1005.::::::*Gatlin.. ::: 90 .. ..3812.. .. I
26.1145 534 620 101. 1 .._ ....Jessamlne... 1)9 1 1J: 71311 49 2 40 602Z1
How to make fine gardens, how to .1148 ...... 6 2J 1015 ...15..10 20 _.fine Castle... S'J 3 1 10 7 10 _...... 2 35 ...... ......
301155' 5 40 630 1022 13210 40 ;Big Cypress... 85 102 7031142 22812 29 553
grow choice flowers, fruit and vege- 34 12 en 5 501 6 45 A H 10 3.5. 2151125' ..McKinnon.: 81 12 50 6 52 11 32 PI 2 1512 10 5 37
: 40 124(' 6 15 7 00 6)01050) 255.... ...Kissimmee... 7512 40 64(1120( 84S 2C01135 520
tables in perfection for pleasure, 4-1 12J) ...... P If 610 AM......1210 ...Capmbel1s.. 7112 f 5 A JII .... 885 PH .m.'_ ......
52 1 (h8 6 42 6 30 3 4512 31; .Lake Locke_ 631147: 10.U 8 11 10 2S 4 28
profit and health, may be learned in 57 1 20 6 52 6 42 4 1012 45 ....Davenport.... 581135 10 32. 8 CO 10 (l'5' 110
it"I tl) 130 7 1*) 652 4 25 1 2t. .. Haines City. 54 11 2,5 .10 22: 750 94.j 355
full by reading that best of all 68 1 48 714 7 10 :5') (05} 1 .Bartow Junc_ 47 11 12 10 07 7 35 920 3 37 a
72 155 721 7 20 5 25 1 55 ...Auburndale.. -131050 954 7 21 855 3 20
American gardening works, The 77 2 ((8 7 :8 7 30 5 2 45 ... l1tzhughs._ 3810 37 9 41 658 S 401 308
83: 2 23 7 42 7 5.1 6 451 3 25 ..._Lakeland_... 321013 9 3Q 6 40 8 151 2 fJQ
American Garden, which has 9J 2 Ors 802 820 7 ....... ....Plant City.... 210 00 9 03(} 610( 7 101 2 15<
98 2 58 ..... 8 :i3 .... .........Cork_..... 17 9 50 ...... 5 .1K ... i ...... .
just united with itself that sterling 103 310 8 22 S 41)) 8 35, 4 Q .......8etfner....... 12 9 43 8.3.5 5 3.5 6 2))) lU:
lit)i ? I 17 8 2S 8 50 8 45 j 12 .....::\bngo...... 10, 9 35' 8 28 5 2.i 6 III 13011x1
/ old journal TIle Floral Cabinet. This .1 2'1 ..... 9 00 ...... ..... ...... Orient".... 6', 9 20 t) ...... ......
U5 340 8 50, 9 15 92i 4 !5: Ar Tampa Lv 01! A&I: 800 5 001 530 100
illustrated magazine of horticultureis PM PMT AM Pit P'4 I PM' PM1 A'4 AM

is Flag Stations. Trains No. and leave from and arrive at J.,T. & K W. Depot. No. I.
entirely independent, run 2,3 and 6 Daily. No. 4,5. 7, '8', 9, 10 27 2* and 29 Dally except Sunday. Trains No. 3 and 6
4 for merchant has no axes to stop only at Orlando, KIssimmee ?Bartow Junction, Lakeland and Plant City. No.30 Dally
any except Monday. No. 3 stops at Kissimmee for Supper Nos. 1 and 2 top at KlRslmmee for
l grind and is run solely in the inter- Dinner No.7 stops at Lakeland for Breakfast. No. stops at Lakeland for Supper.
Trough Tickets sold at all regular stations for all points North, East and West. Baggage

ests of American ;gardening. It is checked thrnugh.NmbertonlE'erry.

: Hruncli.-S.F. R.R.
L K (4 t the work of practical men and Sanford and Indian River Railroad. .
Sou h Bound North Bound.
'I 45cp women in all sections of the country.See Read Down. Read Up. '

f F'st Ac. F'st Ac. Dally except Sunday.
list of contributors.)
( ::" M'L &Ft STATIONS. MM &Ft =-
$ 19. 21. 20.> 22. $ South Bound. North Bound.
A. Read Dowd. Read Up.
P.M. A.Mst P.M.
r 1 5.25 7.40& Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.45 650 57 I 00 Pas. Pas. I P.,s.l CD Q)

PRICE $1.00 YEAR; reduced from l 5.29 7.45........* ?erald. .... 9.40 6.1556 ::: &V23. \ &ht STATIONS. !AFt M: .
:.1 5.35 .. .........*.. *Oriole . .... .. 51 I I 25. 24. A
$2.00. All premiums abolished. 6 ..... ....... ... .. .Bay City........ ....;'))1110 - -
5.50 8.20 ............ *Macon........ 9.35.. 6.10.j7 i I' a.rn p.m a m p.IO19
Greatly improved in every way. 12 5.57 830 .........Owensboro......... : 6.00 -0 I 1O. 5 5 10 lv..Sanford..ar: 7-.i; ._
16 6.10 9.05 ........Dade City...... ... 902 5.31141 410.30 52 ........ Fort Reed........ 7.10 J..">! 15
n 6.30 9.15 ...........Rlchland........?.. 8.45 4.50:3i,: 6 10.40+ 5.a; ....... ...*Rutledge........ 7Jtt: :) I..45 13
'12 8210.20 ....._*Teddervllle _. 8.21 4 05'25' 10.47 5.4.1.: ........_..*i lydes. 7.22 1..J.,1112: :
-I "J7 7.0710.i8....._..Kathleen... ... .. 8.10 3.4020 111.0' ;;i 6JN1..........Clifton. ............ ; .13 7
f.( 7.1.. 10.50 .......*Grif 1n's Mill........ 8.01 3.1517 14 1125' 6.05 . .*Tuskawilla.. 7'I .05, 5
B 7.iO: 11.02 ...........Lakeland_......... 7.55 :3.10 14 1911.3'\ 6.32: ...........Ovideo............ ,;'..W4\I:
E. H. LIBBY, .1 1 7.5511,25.Haskell., ............. 7.3i) 2.2'6 \111.45 6.40:ar..Lake Charm..lv_ _6.10_ 12.3OU
)7 8.10I12.IO Arrive-Bartow..L .< ve 7.15 '!

PUBLISHER, Bartow Ilraucb.-Daily. No. 8-At Lakeland with train for Bartow,
I at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow.No. .
South Bound. orth Bound. 11-At Bartow Junction with train from

Q 47 Dey Street, New York. Pas. PaJI. Pas. m Pas. Pas Pas I Tampa; at Bartow with train from Pember-
No. &Ft &Ft ='" EHATIONS.- } Ft No \Ft ton terry, and Florida Southern Railway for
11. 13. 12. 12. H. 16. Punta Gorda.
A M ;:-; ;:;: Lv Ar 17 ;;: ;:;. ;:;: I San No.ford.12-At Bartow Junction with train for
HORACE 11.1' 2.10 7.15 0 Bartow J'nc 12110..jO 1.41 6.30 No. 13-At Bartow Junction with train from
1l.30 228 7'3.1) 5 WlnterHvn 8 10.20 1.2' 6.111 Tampa.No. .
Jacksonville Florida 1l.4:! 2.40 7.1))() 9 Eagle Lake 510.0.5' 1.13 5.1)5) 14-At Bartow with Florida Southern
69 and 61 West Street ,
Bay 11.52 255 S.OO l2 .Gl'rdonvllle 9.55 1.01: 50.45: train from Punta Gorda; at Bartow Junction
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 12.05 3.10\ 8.15,17,, arHartowlv 01 9.H 12.50 .:m with train for'I ampa.
No. 15-At Bartow Junction with trains
Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals and CONNECTIONS.TRAIN I from Tampa and Sanford at Bartow with
No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda.
Music, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods, DeBary-Bava Line Steamers from Jacksonville I, No. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains lor
and J..T. & K. W. train from Titusville 'I .
; Tampa and Kissimmee.No.
Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door at Bartow function with. train for Bartow; 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida
at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at
Amusements. No. 2-At Lakeland with train for Barlow ; I Lakeland with train for Klsxlmmfe.
at Bartow Junction with trains to and from No.At Bartow with Florida Southern
Harcourt'H Fla. Fruits and How to Raise Them. New Ed. Revised, Enlarged .11.21- > Bartow; at Sanford with People's and L>e- Railway train from Punta Gorda: at Lakeland -
and fully Illustrated. }. Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville with train for Tamra; at Pemberton
Moored Orange: Culture, Rev. Ed. 1.50' and J., T. A K. W. gains for Jacksonvtlleandfltusvllle. Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for
Oemler's' Truck Farming In the South Gainesville and Palatka.No. .
1McClellan's '
Whltner's Gardening: in Florida. 4.00I No. 3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through 21-At Bartow with Florida Southern
Digest Laws of Florida. Coaches without change between Jacksonville Railway for Punta Gorda.
have all the Maps Books, eta, on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica and Tampa. Connects at Sanford with No. 22-At Bartow with Florida Southern
J T. & K. w. train from Titnsville at Bar- Railway train from Punta Gorda at Lake;
tion. Legal. Blanks of everv description. ; ;
4 ______________ tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam- land with train for Tampa.
pa on Monday Wednesdays and Fridays connections t are made at Tarrpa bv the
2,500,000 ACRES OF LANDFOR with Steamer Marearet for Manatee River, Limited West India .Fat Mall, both north
and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays' and south bound with the elegant and commodious -
with Plant Steamship Company's ships for Fast Mall Steamships Macotteand
SALE BYFLORIDA K-y West and Havana.No. Whitney of the Plant Steamshl Co., to and
-Ha* Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana, and with steam
Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack- er Margaret for all points' on Hill&borough
sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, and Tampa Bays and Manatee River.
THB A 80UTHBRN RAILWAY COMPANY Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Passports can be applied for through any
Margaret from Manatee River and on Sundays Notary Public, and Notary's certificate that
Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant such application has been made, when vised
Steamship Company's ships for Havana and by the Spanish Consul at Key West, will an-
SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES Key West., swer the purpose! of a Passport.
No. 7 At Lakeland with train for Pemberton \V' McCOY,

Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange, Ferry. Gen. Freleht&Ticket Azent.T379FRUIT .

Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard Baker, Polk & Manatee, I ARE YOU INTERESTED IN POULTRY { TREES

Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming, Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the State of Flor Practical POIHJTKY BOOK.
ida. Price $1.25. per acre and upwards, according to location. 1OO PP-i beautiful and descriptions colored plate of all p Vines, Plants, etc.

For" further Information, apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palau,Fla. I breeds eoRravlass; how to caponize incnbators; plans for LI Apple Quince,Pear* Strawberry Peach,Cherry, Raspberry,Plum,
ee; ; :"
where fret Blackberry, C-rranta,
I and boy JMnOedfor {p aDd Fowl.. lira pen*
L. N. WILKIE, W. P. COUPEK, 10 Vents. v- j tioo.eberr1e-,k Brad cft4'gBI J. ft. COU-IXS Moorwtow JT.it
' Chief Clerk and Cashier Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Comm luloner. isstbCltliBraM! ; Pi.

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53 to 55 HOURS 4 NEW YORK, i Ashely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.

BETWEEN Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.
Savannah. "New York
and PhlladelphiH Ashley Aah Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange& trees, bananas, etc

and between Boston Ashley Dissolve Uouev. Ashley Aeld Phosphate.
and Savannah .
Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate Ammonia, Kaiult

9 65 to 70 HOURS. PHILADELPHIA. Muriate, Potash,Cotton Seed Meal, etc.

-- For Almanacs and Hand Books, Agricultural Primers,and good articles on Peas, Kaiult

Ocean Steamship Company. THE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY; ,

[ CbarleMon.R.' C.
(Central 90 Meridian Time.)

Passage Rates Between Jacksonville, New York and Boston Direct. THE WILCOX & GIBBS GUANO CO.
Cabin $25; Steerage,$12.50; Excursion (return trip)),S43.5u.; ,
I'll E Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:

CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. II. C. Daggett ........ .. ... .....Wednesday, March 2-lOMa.m The Oldest Importers and Manufacturers of Guano in America.
CM Y OK AUGUSTA, Capt. J. W. Catharine ..... ........ .t b rlday, March 1- ttOO p. m Established 18: 9.
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith.. ..... ....... .... .. .. .Monday: March 7- 4:00: p. raNACOOCHEE
t' Capt. Kempton . .... .,...... ...... ....Wednesday, March y-5:30p.m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .... ............. .. ... .. Friday, March 117:00: a. m For all kinds Truck.
1 DHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. H. C. Dasg tt. ..... ..... .. ... Monday, March 14- y:30: a. m Truck Fanner' Special ( lIalio. (GRKEX BRAND.)
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt.J. W. CatharIne. ........ .. .. ..Wednesday, Marc 116-11:30 a. m
t CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith ................ .....Friday, March IS::- 130: p. mWACOOCHEE. These Fertilizers delivered to Steamer or Railroad, at SAVANNAH or CHARLESTON
\ Capt. Kempton .. .,....... .............. .. Monday, March 21- 4:00 p. m free ol drayage, per bag of 2UU lbs.$.I 75; per Ton $?7 50.
I TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher. .. ..... ... ...... .. ....Wednesday, March 235:30: p. m For young Orange and other Fruit Trees. Vines etc. -
VII ATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. H. C. Daggett. .. .. ... .. ....... ..Friday, March 25- 0:00: p. m Orange Grower Special >uano. (BLUM BRAND.)
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt.J. W. Catherine. . . .. .. Monday, March 288 00 a. ra Per Bag ol 200 B*.SJ 75 Ton 537 50
; per
( CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith. ... . ....... .. Wednesday, March 30- 9:30a.: m

CUT OF MACON, Capt. Kelley............ ........... ... .. .Thursday, Mar. Sat 12:00: n'n Per Bag of 2UU lbs. $t 00; per Ton $-1000!
G A IE CITY Capt. Hedge. .. .... ..... ...... ..... ....Thursday, Mar. 10,at 6:00 p. m
CITY OF MACON, Capt Kelley. .... ...... ... ......... ... .Thursday, Mar. 17, at 12:00 n'n Doubly Ammoiiiiitcd Truck FarmerSpecial Guauo.
, DATE CITY, Capt. Hedge .. .. .. ... .. ....... .. . Thursday, Mar. 21, at SMOp.m:: Per Bag of 20J lbs.$5 00; per Ton ?30 00.
I CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley. .. ...... ... ... ...... .. .. .. Thu slay, Mar 31,at 1O:3Ua.m Pure Aiiitunl Hone Meal am! Potash.
FOB PHILADELPHIA. Per Bag of 200 fcs. S3 75; per Ton ?37 50

These Steamers do not Pure Animal Bone ITIcul.
t [ carry Passengers.]
I CfMATA, Capt. Askins .Saturday March 2:00: p. mDiS Per Bag of 200 lbs. $J 75; per Ton $:-77 50

-SOUG, Capt.; N. f. Howes. ..... ...,........ .. . .. Saturday, March 127:30: a. m For Cotton, Tobacco, Corn, Wi'eat ef(".
illNIATA, Ca]>t. Ai-kins .. .... ...... .. .... ... . .Saturday, March 19- 2:30 p. m Wilcox, iibbs A: Co's Manipulated. Guano. (BLACK BRANirf)
DESSOUG, Capt. N. F. Howes .. ...... .. .. ... .. . .. .. J Katurday< 1larch:6:00:: : p. m Per Bag of 200 lbs. *2 75; pef Ton m 50
THESE PALACE STEAMERS Excellent Georgia Standard Guano. '
Per Bag of 200 s.$2> | 55; per Ton r$25< 50
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line)
Ofler to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Any of the above Packed in Barrels if Desired.Our .

r TrroughTickets and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North, East: and Northwest prices are based on prompt and certain Cash. They will not admit of any losses by
alb Savannah. For further particulars apply to pooror slow pay. Therefore, to insuie prompt shipments, orders should be accompaniedwith
HENRY YONGE, Ageut, G. M. SORREL Agent, the money. (Approved acceptance: with Interest at 8 per cent. added to our Cash
Pier No.35, North lUv r. New York. City Exchange:: Building! Savannah, Ga. Prices for the time taken, will hs regarded as equivalent to cash.) Give mull! shipping directions -
RICHARt,3ON & BARNARD, AgentSavannah PI!"!i, B tton. ,and you may rely upon the goods being shipped the day the order is received.
W. L. JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia.J. .
D. HASHAGKN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida& Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway,N.Y. N. It.-Samples of any of our Goods will be mailed on application.
For iniormatlon and Tickets apply to connecting line*. Works at Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S. C.
11. R. CHRISTIAN. Soliciting Atrent. ___ u _____ ___ _ ____ _ _
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i Nos.5 North Market and Clinton Sts., llostoii, .llnss. CHARLESTON, S. C.

REFERENCES-T. G. Hiler, Cashier Fanueil Hall National Bans, Boston; Richardson &
Barnard Agents Boston and Savannah S. S. Co.,Savannah Ga.; II. C. D'' nton, Gainesville, .f '
Fla.; J.Dozier, Ocala, Fla.; A. C.Turner, Clear \\ ater Harbor, Fia.; A. H. Manville,Jacksonville

Fla._ E tnblJshcd 187O.High .
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Orange Trees and All Finds: of Vee'tnbles.

r Natural food for plant-life- Especially adapted to sandy soils. Anyone wishing to obtain Grade Fertilizers.Soluble
strictly good fertilizer will find It to his interest tatrythis. It Is not a conc ntrated .
t chemical fertilizer, but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The effect is permanent.

Price in Sacks $10.00 Ton.
( ) per Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Ash Element,
Bend for Circulars.
I.have no agents.
GEO. HUTCHINSON, German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats,

_________________ _____ ___ ____ Crescent Clt ty. Fla High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes..

Fresh Garden and Field Seeds
All Orders Promptly Fille I.

?. Full line for Spring planting, consisting in part of Water Melon Seed, Musk Melon

Squash, Tomato, Bush Beans, Valentine, Mohawk, Early Six Weeks and Refugee, and R. M. MEANS, Treasurer
Garden Peas.
BOO Barrels Seed Potatoes 5OO
Braidentown Real Estate
Early Rose, Burbank Seedling, Beauty of Heabron and Chili Red. Also Greenhouse and Agency.EDGAR .

Nursery Stock. Catalogue free on application. S. L. TIB1IIT1S, It. GRAHAM

25 East Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. .__ Seedsman and Florist. ,
Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace,
Oruidentoxvn, manatee Co., Flu.

Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate on commission. Eighteen years' residence In
PowderEmblem Manatee County i'ersonal knowledge of most of the lands throughout the county. As a
Lily Baking practicing Attorney and all County Judge for a number of years, I have had occasion to
become familiar with many titles!! and the County Records Having been continuously en-
gaged,all these years, in the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable productsof
of this seml.troplcalsectlon. gives me advantages In the selection of the various qualities of
purity. lands suitable. Maps and Abstracts furnished, Titles examined and Deeds executed. Infor-
mation furnished. Correspondence solicited.
NOTE.-Braidentown is situated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River about
Absolute Purity and Strength Guar- thirty-five miles south of Tampa. Has daily service by the elegant steamer Margaret. Adjacent '
anteed. are the lovely Terra Cela, Sarasota and Palma Sola Bays,teeming with all kinds of
fish,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building situ In
1a the world, with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands, where tropical fruits and
choice vegetables may be grown to perfection.
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_= Well Curbing and Chimney Flues
Cheaper and Better than Brick. j


Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.

Florida Chemical Works, Address
Jacksonville, Florida TKAJJIIo .tUC. = = Office 52H West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. at


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Offer Residence and Business Lots at$t.Jama City(Big Pine Island), Charlotte Harbor; New York Charleston & Florida
also suburban land for Tropical Fruit and Winter Gardens. The most southern port for sea- ,
going vessel.

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

From JACKSONVILLE ......... ................................ ....Every FRIDAY.
From FERNANDINA...,................. ....Every SUNDAY. WEDNESDAY.. .

From Jacksonville.

CHEROKEE (New)....................... ........ ........... ..........Frlday,Feh. 4atl'2:00n'n
SEMINOLE (New).... .. .. ... .... ....... .. .............. ........ Friday, Ft-b. 11,at 6:30am
CHI-.ROKEK ((New)....... ................... .......... .. ...........Friday, '<>b.18,at 12:00: n'n
SEMINOLE (New).................... .................:.............Kriday/Feb.25,at fcooam

From Fernandina.

Every Sunday and Wednesday evening on the arrival of the Florida Railway and Navigation -
r Company's trains.

Ii i r DELAWARE..................Sunday, Feb. 6YEMASSEK. CITY OF COLUMBIA .Wednesday,Feb. 2
............ ......Sunday, Feb.3 CITY OF ATLANTA.. *
DELAWARE ...............Sunday, Feb.20 CITY Of COLUMBIA. ,.
YEMASSEE..Sunday, Feb.27 CITY OF ATLANTA.. ..W ;
Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, E.R.,New York, every TUESDAY
DAY and SATURDAY,at 3 p. m.

The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line are unsurpassed.
tion will be given business entrusted to the Line. Direct all shipments from New
h SAN CARLOS," (Now Open) St. Jamey City.CHESTER. CLYDE'S FLORIDA LINE, Pier 29,East Kiver.
BALL, Manager. For,further information apply
Reference R. Campbell,St.James Hotel,Jacksonville. CLARENCE WAGNER .
,Agent, J.A. LESLIE,Agent .
Delightful surroundings,driving, yachting, fish,oysters,fresh vegetables. Soil adapted t Fernandiua, Fla. Jacksonville
Oranges, Pine-Apples, Cocoanuts etc. Tourists, invalids and sportsmen say it is the m os 86 Bay St.,cor.
attractive spot in the tate. THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Mana2erVM.. P. CLYDE & Gen.
Reached from Punta Gorda by) steamer Alice Howard,leaving for St.James City Tuesday, 35 Y. 12 CO.1
Broadway,N. South Wharves,Philadelphia,3'> broad
Thursday and Saturday a. m. Address
C. A. BOARDRIAN, Gen. Manager t
J. M. KREAMER, Pres., Jacksonville. St.James City,Charlotte Harbor.

Pomegrrnntt Val rico Nurseries Guavas,
FIgB ananas
H. L. WHEATLEY, Proprietor. :
a rapes Avocado P'rs, .
Pears. Anona,
Pecans,' Catalogue Free. Acacia,* ALTAMONTE, ORANGE COUNTY FLORIDA.
Oriental I erlum,
Plums and W. G. TOUSEY, ( a'ad turn,

LIMES Persimmon Etc., &ff 7t ', HUlsborough Co., Fin. PALMS Polnci, Etc.na, ) Orange & Lemon !:::: ,


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

Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates. Mantels, Paints.
Guns New Catalogue now ready. Address
Oils, Saddlery, Ammunition, Etc.

Parties In town or out will do well to call or send for on- catalogues and prices of any
goods they may neeu in our line. Prices l wer than ever. FLORIDA SAVINGS 4

38 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla.


Has for sale choice Lots Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on ]
lects Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans,etc. r
J. C. tt RE I?LEY, BreMident. I,. D. IIOKIVfER. ti*
Offers Choice Fruit ani Vegetable umds near- transportation for Investment or Cultivation.
Certain Market for Farm Producet.tmcUve Sites for Homes; Railroad and Dally Mails
Also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the nstallment Plan if desired. Address SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.Catalogues standard't'
JAS. M.KBKAMKR President,over Bank of Tacksonvile,or \V. u. GItA:* r. .
San; Pablo, Florida. ,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list t
the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also,

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
general line of fruit trees adapted to Florida,including the largest stock of Peach specialty. ;
Tree. to be found In Ibo State, Peen-To and Honey Peaches a specialty, It.. \V. PI 1
also several other choice varieties of peaches. My stock of Reiser's Japan Plum Trees Indian Springs,Orange
consists of 5,000 5r upward,all home grown,and buds taken from bearing trees on my place. J t
15OO Picholliie Olive Trees ((2 to 6 ft. high), bOOOO Orange Trees (3 to 4 yrs.old).
A full supply of LeConte,Kelfler and other Pear trees,Japan Persimmons, Figs, Quinces, Deer Island Gardens and
Apricots,Nectarines,Japan Medlars,Mulberries,English Walnuts, Pecans, Almonds,Japan.
Chestnuts,Grapes, Raspberries, Blackberries,etc. i
An exatnlation of stock solicited. Catalogues free on application to I
G. L. TABER, Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees,

Glen St.Mary,Fla.I I Vines. No Loss in Transplanting. .
;r,' Catalogue and Price List ree,on application to the Manager. AddressA.

MANVILLE NURSERY Co. Oakland. E. ,Orange ,

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

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. Fruitland Nurseries, Augusta, Ga.
Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees t peclally auapted to Florida is ;
Descriptive most varied in the United states. A special catalogue(No.4)) is published for
F. S. CONE, Manager, of our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as
$ Honey and other Chinese Peaches Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons,
Vines, etc., we have a very large stock of Kelsey and new Japan
Chestnut Melon Shrubs and other new fruits. Also all the new Roses of !:
The Lakeland Nursery Company.ORANGE Acacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees Flowering shrubs,etc. ."x
sent free to all applicants. No.1. Hardy fiult trees.Roses, Evergreens. No.2.
LEMON AND LIME TREES plants. No.3. Wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and ::1'
trees suited to Florida. P..T. Berkmans, :
Peen-To and Honey Peaches, Kelfferand LeOonte, Pears, Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan
Persimmons, Loquats, Figs, drapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba- >> j
nanas. :EI. eV. L ?maii: F :noi: p
Tropical Potted Fruit Trees a Specialty.Price .
List free on application. E. H. TISON, ] anager-
Lakeland.Pol R Co.,....Ia. SELLSFORRESTER'S


Oranges Tree and other Fruit and Plantation and Garden
1000 000 Apple Peach,Plum, Pear,Quince Fig and Mulberry Trees. Also a large stock ofPeach'8eedllnga. SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOR;EACH CROP. :
suitable for grafting and budding stocks, Grape Vines, Raspberry, Strawberry -
Planuletc.,for sale at Willow Lake Nursery. No Vermin-Feeding Compounds used in the Manufacture of

list milled free appllsatlon Address
Descriptive. catalogue and price The highest grade goods are toe best and cheapest,and these goods meet the
SAMUEL H. HUMPH, yean'tests find them to be all that is claimed for them. References can be
Marshalivllle,Ga. needless where goods are so well known. It can truthfully said that these are the