The Florida dispatch
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055757/00064
 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 14, 1887
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
lccn - sn 95026759
System ID: UF00055757:00064
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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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G. A. DREKA a: CO., Proprietors.
Enlarged and improved. Capacity doubled Tin-ware, O. S L'E N G L E'' China, CAPT. J. MINOT, Manager.

In 1886.: Elegant new furniture.Electric Bells, Chandeliers,
etc. Tennis, Croquet, Billiards, Boating,etc. Granite Iron-ware, ,
I Lamps, Accommodations for 135 Quests. Situated
Table supplied with the best of everything.
Fresh vegetables from hotel garden every day Oil Stoves, AND Burners, Chimneys, In the very center of the conveniently located
1n the year. Milk in abundance from the Silver-ware. to Postofflce.Telegraph office,Churches,
Irondequolt Dairy. I Gas Fixtures, etc. Surrounded by beautiful grassy ground
House arranged for Lawn Tennis, Croquet and.other
LAKE HELEN, VOLU8IACO., FLA. I[Freezers, outdoor amusements. -
Five miles from DeLand.
Table Cutlery, I Refrigerators, A select Orchestra has been secured for the
( season.
Gate City Filters
"JEN.. Fire Dogs, Bates., 2.5O per Day and Upward
The Blue'Spring,Orange City snd Atlantic Special Rates by Week or Month. .

Railroad t&.DOWcompleted to ,Lake Helen, Baskets and Wooden-w"re1 I Toilet Sets.COMPANY Hotel, Furniture and Fittings New. Hot
404 dally train service has been put on connecting and Cold Water Bath and Closet on each floor.
wita all trains over the J.,T.A h{. W. Electric Bells. All protection possible against
Particular Attention Paid to Mail
By,and also St.Johns River steamers. Tourists Orders. Fire. Write for particulars.
should not' fail to take a trip over thisroute

passing as it does, directly across the 'We T. FORBES. W. P. GIFFORD. C.G. PEARCE. J. B.CHRISTIE, Attorney.
famous "Orange Ridge of Volusla County, Real Estate and Loans.
.:at Its broadest and most ;attractive point,
through extensive Orange.Groves,past beautifUl W. T. FORBES & CO. .
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 Roal..sae Exchange! id Law omcus. G. B. GRIFFIN SON

This route,starting at Blue Spring Landing &
t>n the St.Johns River,close by the celeb.ated
mammoth.u1phurlprlngofthls name
"whose bosom the largest steamers could float upon, Property Bought and Sold in every County of Florida.Capital \
In the, midst of the tropical luxuriance of a
river hammock, crosses the main line of th.> Invested, Loans Negotiated, Taxes Adjusted and Paid,
J.,T.A K. W. Ry, at Blue Spring Junction, Investments.
one mile from the river. Orange City, the Titles Exam ed. Cons eyancing, Surveying:, etc. Legitimate

next station, is a growing,- busy town, surrounded "
Send for Real Estate Bulletin.
by extensive orange groves. From our
thence to Lake Helen the present terminus,
"we pass through a park like pine forest, interspersed W. T. FORBES & Co., Representations Guaranteed.
with clear lakes, fine orange groves
and winter homes, and connect with the De- Abell Block, 32$ West Bay Street, Jacksonville., Fla.
Land Extension of the same system just be- .
fore reaching Lake Helen, the Villa City" Information furnished.
of South Florida. This is,without exception, :&11.1.1& d :Ells cheerfully

the prettiest town on the peninsula, and no 50 West Bay ltreeJACKRONOILLF.
pains have been spared or mistakes made, in REAL ESTATE BROKERS, -
making the most of Its natural attractions.Its Best selections in City and Suburban Lots Orange Groves and Truck "arms Pine Lands,
commodious hotel the Harlan House" Railroad and Government Lands,lovely Vill t I'es on the St. Johns River, etc.
with its annexes, and the many attractiveand All business pertaining to Real Estate promptly attended to and satisfaction' guaranteed. 75 West BayStreet,Jacksonville,
elegant mansions and unique cottages, OFFICES: {{ Windsor, Alachua County,
surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns, Inverness, Hernando County. .
:and clustering around the blue waters of Lake The Clarl.'ss Cove Guano.:
1.. Helen. The breezes which blow from -
\1 balmy .; y>> R. N. LLLIS, C. E. A. E.MCCLURE,
Ocean and Gulf,and which at Its are not intercepted -
j% ameliorating the winter's cold and G) fir Arcnitect.
tempering the summer's heat making it the .o.. rC0 IiIII :: ELLIS & MCCLURE
healthiest and most comfortable spot on the a o -.crsO'JB' 9 ,
continent either for a permanent residence a .. 7i- Cs Architects and Civil
c \oo o:) ; Engineers
or for a sojourn l in either winter or summer. 8 ,

Don't OTUs It .. -- S33 -b -52s: Plans,Specifications and Estimates for buildIngs
Q < .. .., : : 8 of all kinds,Sanitary work,eta
A trip through South Florida without a ,. 112.... ..t-o-_ 451 Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto St.
glance unsatisfactory.at this lovely country cannot but be 8 e -a :: : ': ;0.. ': : S"g P.O. Box 785. Jacksonville, Fie,

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Modorn Low Cost louses a 3-' .". -.-a"-" SOQ Ir ., >' 2H 2a aoZ SElVILLB.: :
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S JIll. S : ts on the J.,T.& K. W. Ky between Palatka and
H 9a I J I :VO :- : : ; > c. Sanford,63 miles south of Jacksonville. It is
Especially adapted to a .. > .. <.t: -all ;. ;. :. 55 :! :iie on 1 he high pine ridge on the shores of Lake
:10>. ti:: .. >. C Louise,and is surrounded by a fertile and fettled
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WARl\.1 CLIMATE.T. II: .o... ::0" .. ts country. It has a compllete system of
'Q" ..::::: 5 : : C.... III. waterworks and sewer In<'p-iation. -
2 H araq c... "" '*.w .x. pI. -HOTEL S VJLLE-
ROCKWOOD CUTLER .a CJ --0:II_C) _O._... .a Containing i'ubllc and private bath momS',
.5. z.c-::::- =- c:,:) :III D billiard room etc. is managed by Mr. H.
t. oJ ..:.:.'. OiCnii a IIIaSQ >. Chaunel,late Bt*ward of the larendon Club,
ARCHITECT, j 'i .. iio Manchester England, under the general direction
pAv ot the Seville Company.Lots .
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Office 333 West Bay Street, Abel\ Block, :: :s. S 1k .(') and acre property lot sale on reasonable
terms. Settlers and and investors are requested -
Jacksonville, Fla. r to vifelt the town. Address
<< :SEVILLE: COMPANY,Seville,Fla.
Wightman AjChristopher, State Agents, Masn Young, President 35 Wall 8t New
Sketches. furnished and estimates free. given. Information Special terms on application. Jacksonville, via.C York. R. 11.Mason,Sec.d 'reas.,SevilleFla

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t AGENCY, '. ,. :l.tt!: :...>.CHE NUT < \a'CO-, '

.. l E.D : Prod a :Com tis lon\ ;Merchants. ,:

f s ar .;..:H.. 4. .Fla .....' 4 J.COrTROLLING J...sL.. ;. '._ Fiuttr.k.-- 'Peetsblee.. -.o.U"> .....Htde s. OJt:e.. :Woo1, J.J to.;, .._ :.'


99 Bay Street; SAVANNAH, GA.
30OOObO( Acres tricBBarcKs Southern Bank State of Georgi*I Quick Sales and Prompt-Returns at Hlghea
; and the Commercial.Agenci*.*.. I Market Prices.. _

L of the Alehed Lands In the!State. : A..N R iT, HANL Y,

r RepresenUngill the STORE
..AND-ILd ,
Disston'Complies and Colors Glass,Putty,
Varnklie,Brushes,Plain and Decorative Wall Paper Doors,Sashes,Blinds,etc.
Mixed., Paints, all Shades and..Colon-write for.estimate. Locks, Sash
:r. : ,etA Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement.
Kissimmee Land Company i Cor.Whitaker.Presidentand.York ;
Streets SAVANNAH, GA. \


':a South Florida R..R. Go's -Lands.t i ,

'Consisting of beautiful Lake 'Fronts, High and Low Hammocki ,'first-class Pine Land for PHILADELPHIA.-
Orange' urovec,and rich reclaimed land for garden purposes;
Inaugurators of the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida(without ice).
.. Reference: Our, Acc't Sales.and check Saturday,for every-shipment I i closed_out that week.

Orange Grove _16 Years Established.Gr. .
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,And Improved Truck Farms. c C>DJ.DJ.1..10n.: : : Merolhan: : .t

166 Reade Street, | FOB THE:BALK | NEW YORK..
Fruit and Produce, Also Hides, Furs,. Honey, Etc. Florida Oranges a
: 0. References-Banking houses and principal shippers throughout the State. S-nd for Stem
ells and Market quotations. Tri-weekly quotations by telegraph to..Times-Union during;
shipping season.FRUIT .
". Send for Price and Description List. ,- ..


.... ... .. .' .' WILLIAM CANNON -, .- .

Refer to this per: ,: -* 'Kissimmee., Orange County,,Fla. The Orange arncl.: Iexa.on.: :
in variety other Citrus Friuts, LeConte and Keiffer 'Pears,-Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons
LAKE R.EOIOIV.: Figs,Guavas,Grapes,etc.

LEESBUBO,curwter County, Florida. ; '
A. 'H'. MANVILLE, & CO. ,
Corte po'dent&: Ambler: Marvin dc;Stockton Jacksonville,Fla..; Bank of Manhattan Co.,
Evans Lakeland, Polk County, Fla., and Drayton Island, Putnam Fla. .. '
New York City; Melville, A Co.,75 Lombard:Street,'London.England. County
>A general,Bankiig business conducted. Accounts opened for depositors and collections -
made. Money placed on mortgage for Investors. ". -
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT..:..Correspondents:Stapylton&;Co.,Frultland'Park,Gardenia HOTEL SANITARIA ,
P O..Sumter Co.. Fla.,and 8 Delahay Westminster, London, England. ,
Investors..and Settlers J'1'8.. Invited.,- communicate: personally or by correspondence. BELLEVIEW, MARION CO.,FLA.
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Kills lUlldew DR. H. KNIGHT,* Proprietor.

HMMD'S GRAPE DUST :Bellevlew i-in the highlands of Marion county,on the F.R.&;N. Railroad,10 miles ttouth
Sold by Ocala. Its elevation and distance from rivers and swamps ensures a dry atmosphere and
For Pamphlet address freedom from fORS. Table flrst-clas" Northern cooks. All the Florida fruits and vegetablesin
Fishklll-on-Hudson;.N._ Y. : their season.. This place is especially commended: to those of the Invalid class,and others
who desire all the comiorts of a Northern home. Skillful medical attention when needed.
rESTA'ULISHED 1H75.GRAIN' Terms on application. *


AND No.313 North Water Street,Philadelphia.
FERTILIZERS Consignments solicited. Returns made on day of sale, except for small shipments.Refer .
( to H.F.Dutton&Co.. Bankers,Gainesville, Fla.; Mann& Bro., Sumterville, FlaJ.
WILLIAM: : : : : A. -crFl..t5I, .T.Wofford,Fort Mason, h la.: F.C.Austin,Orange City N'la.: A.C.Osteen Osteen Fla.;
(Successor to J. E. Hart,) First National Bank, Camden,N.J.; W.P. Clyde A;Co. Philadelphia} ; Ocean Steamship I Co.,
Phlla. Charleston S. C. A.:H.Champion, Savannah,Ga.
20 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.I Office.) Hon.A.Canale, ;
handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds._ My new Catalogue will be sent free on
application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In : W. EI IIERM.: : L1J d3 CO.,

Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat
General Commission MerchantsAND

123 Clinton Street, Boston.
J. E. Tygert &. Co.'s Star Brand Fertilizers.Guaranteed REFERENCES: A.H.1\Ianv11leJacksonvUle; L.L.Newsome,Crescent City; B. F.Whit.-
ner, Fort Reid ; Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C.W.Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth National
A.nalysis. Bank, Boston.


MURIATE OF POTASH'IIAaE twrc SULPHATE'POTASH, Our new Catalogue of Rare Exotic Plants, and general Nursery Stock,Is now ready.

NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC. Price, 15 cents, Postpaid. _-
Prices on application. July 27 tl
(Mailed free to all customers.)
,BUILDING I I MATERIAL I Manatee, Florida.

FRONT PRESSED BUICK...................................._..............81O.OO per 1000 FURNITURE!
GOOD FLUU1DA ............... ..'.................................. 9.00 .*

Lime, Plaster,Lath,Cement,Hair,Fire,Fire Brick, Fire Slabs,Fire Mortar.

TYSEN, SMITH & CO., 12 West Bay St.DENLT ':
Great Reduction in Prices

CbC> :L.E. : ] d3 'Q.= Ui4T1LOCTOBER

Real Estate Brokers and Agents, 1st,

61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. When we will remove: to Nos.! 44 and 46 West Bay street. Call at once and obtain our reduced .

Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. City prices before purchasing. F. E. BOGUE & CO. ,
; and Suburban Property for Sale. ,
Coi: respondence solicited. Nos.28%and 28 Ocean:street,City/'

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MARCh 14 1887._] THE ,FLORIDA. :.. :DISPATCH. 23D

A. E. DRorOHT. ,F. ll.HKRL.niNO: KISS SS Il\J\J 1.i .:";
W.r'tH.; ; PILLOW Ple..ldt>nt. l>; hler. ..... :,. it .,...."' ....

KISSIMMEE CITY BANK; Real Estate, A ;eta cy


,. Lands]
< Healthy Low Prices !

Forwarding & Commission. House. (..API. : A L 8"iO.OOO. "Ioolmmee: oflers lie best CLanCett for' seti .
'''. -.' in Florida it I U the coming district asII
who know the s ate testify.' There I Is HUM
Transacts general Hanklna; hU"'lU"' "'s. .t."y tor Investors lu Town Lots

Oranges;Direct from .the Groves for Sale by:Single -
u'b::: Pine and Hammock LandAt
I .r .' Buys and sells Exchange. Letters ol Cmit I I'
7* Box or Car-Load. .. :: cashed. reasonable'prices.
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.; h 4 e .1lhUgood land for Truck Farming. .\.law
In all the chief town
Has correspondents
Other .:: ,also Seaboard National Bank ai maa Bearing Groves on tracts of from
: .A.1sc of Florida I i wenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
&Co., New York.
Messrs.C. M.Whitney:
I I bese Groves are easily enlarged,and afford
The Bank of Irelan i
All neceseary'tacilltes, forth ndlirg Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Crop Royal In Bank of Scotland: Bank of Brlti.<,v I a good! start. Correspondence solicited

North America and Melville, Evans & CILondon' ",
Packages suitable for i>hlpp
hand and'forssale; also other: Grower' supplies,.such as Hoops.Wrapping Paper,t>W. ,Orange Co..Fla.
Location the beat,'vlz: -


a .1 \\CK8ONVILLK." 1.\
Circulars and Stencils on application. .

-0; n SEEDSSend Manager,

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__ San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida.

lCd ? J oU't/rvf fonre<:r Illustrated CatalogueVegetable -
( .t7v +1't+QJ/'IQ2.li". : !/GQ .
Flower. Field, S E E D S The best varieties of the Orange and Lemon
Plants. Bulb, Implements.F and other Citrus Fruits.

Ics ( ) GrCYQib.wv. R E E by neglect mall writing on application.for it. Don't Choice varieties of the Fig,of recent Intro
tfrw ; rtJAQnlcW

Rochester N. Y. Chicago! III. The Cattley Guava both the Red and Yel-
Oi46oecnL 322-320 E. Main St. 12-11 N. Clark Ht low.
; O't'flUJ tWrojo4b / .
The Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto
A. N. the soil and climate Florida.

The Japan Plum,varieties of the Mulberry
lq! ; mjr Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes,Pecans, eta

*J-Cataloguc free on application.

; REFERENCES:-Crosby&;Gowen!,Han Mateo;
: Hon. .... W. Lyle, Han Mateo: w. J. Webb,
Palatka.'ems 1 .
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:.a w:1: 7aicrir tiri3oicru..:- 1ants. .

'i rye Recommended for Florida.

,: j 3m1 ofh} (;N\'r.A' 1S :J.ltrmIJ 7 inq. Gun Locksmiths. and Stencil Cutters,

Walnuts of Commerce: Hind's Paper Shell,

John\ );w \d.Gen'l R..q't.l 7g IVY, tAVYffi) NcJJ JACKSONVILLE 44 W: Forsyth St.,,"Op.= -St.- Johns- FLORIDA Hotrrl; Olives Proeperturlens, Pomegranates; Japan, Roses Plums,and, Adriatic many other figs

novelties.! Everything healthy and free from
Gunsmlthlng done in all its branches.. scale. Everything reliable. Send for cata-

tf 6t. IRON SAFE W''Rl.Iis1.tc1Hl logue, free. Pamphlet on Fig Culture 10

cents.. Many plants can be sent by mall.
tatPu on !lenH) Puttlne.' by mail.I
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GUHTAV EIHKN. California.Nursery.. .
llii .Fresno
Have'.un hand and:fnr sale a large stock of tine I LCont '

o Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees.

Stocks five and buds one', two and three years old. All the lemMntr named vari'1hwell ORGANS. p ,
grown and well rooted. Budded Pencil )tHe 1 Nerini Ine Tri*> Hnsfs. *tc. end lor 1'Q -
HIrhest Honors M aU JbftfODl ten
descriptive ca.aiogue btfore giving your orders elsewhere nineteen yean. 100 ctjle. |23 tto O.sYor. Cub Ell)
1,. IV. L1PM-V: & CO., Citrn' ., Marion <'o., Flit pp.QQ,tree.t ;pEAk
__. _ _.__u__ ._--__.._ t rayme&u.orfieoMd.PIANOS .
K. M. L'KNGLK. W. A. DKI.L. ,
The of these l*,ars from Cuttln -
The Improved' Method of Strtnctnc introduced and largest grower
STATE BANK OF FLORIDA. perfected by MAMV HAKLIV. f*cbneaded by competent < s. bry no other and avoid Wight- Catalogues '
I judge*to coaititute a 1W1.1A1I4YUoCe.I.. ta PUno.tortaeoottrucUoa. free. W.W.THOMPSON,!*oImltllvlllt.
tatfi l ).ponit P41I11.,. .
Do not require one-qnuter aa nodi taaiac ss PUaojcenenlly.
Open Dally (Sunday anal l i legal lloltday expel'led). UanKing: bourn u a. m. to a p. in. DMcrlptlTa Catalocne by maUORGAN& Tested SeedCatalogue
8fe nppos't hours J a, .. to 5 p. m. ibley's

Fire and. Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per Year. I : i PIANO e M'Whereas I $ freeforon It.application.:

W. N. IIAKF.U. Cnhlrr. IIT.MCV ..\. 1.'IVtIIh.: 1IUlna.'r. 164 8tBosloa.149Wabi Iv,1Ctric> o, -" v Y &CniCAQo.ILL.

48 E.14th 8G(UaSos sea,lf.Y. AN ANNOUNCEMENT.

The: Altamonte Hotel ,t,

ALTAMONTE STATION, ORANGE CO.. FLA.. three weeks' notice has been -
given of this meeting toameud the articlesof The Proprietors ol the
Proprietor. association of'the Jacksonville 'ubu..banRt'al

(Of the Twin Mountain H use. White Mountains, N.H.) Estate and Railroad Company as required Pen alola Greenhouses & Nurserieswould
by law. HH appears by the affidavit ?
and copy of the same hereto i-ttache and
"SAN MATEO NURSERIES. made a part hereof; be U announce that they are now fully or-
Resolved That tbp article be amended AS g-inized anl Prepared for business, with a
I follows: In lieu..f the sentence 'the amount large and extensive HtocK. in all department..
A full.)line of Nursery fiiock now ready for Fall atui Winter' planting. of Capital I Stack authorized sha'l be twenty'five and with H Managing Partner of 25 ye*.ri
Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees of all sizes. thousand dollars to be pad In a. calltd practical expel lence Mil FloriMt Nurseryman
for/ the language: shall he, The amount f and Landscape Gardner, and M full stan ot
Send for Catalogue. Capital Stock authorized: 'is Filly Thousand practical "f-sUtants in all department
ITIAX\VII.I DKIKSON AC co.., ,, Dollars to be Issued fully paid.
HENllY A. L'KNOLE, The Manager who IH a practical (f..andHC&
Ran Mitten, Kla W. R.HUNTEK, President. Gardener of 25 yea' experience, will be
--- Secret rary. pleat ei to consult with any ..."yor gentleman -
TilE PIONEER HANK OF SOUTH FLORIONo.3"'U9CUA8.JOY -- In regard to the Improvement anJ embellishment -
President. NAT. BOYNTZ VIce-President. J. H. VIVION, Cashier. of their eround. and will furnish -
Late Pesident Bank Late Cashier bank of Orlando. Formerly Cashier Com'l Bank ol i Nurseries of Lake Weir Co. plans nd specifications if desired.
of Orlando. Lebanon, f Potter,
Vivlon & Ky.BLaken; 100,000 Orange and lemon Trees, Send your name and address on a postal
Bowling Green, Ky. I Our trees are very thrifty, three and four card fur new .llust rated Catalogues of b..tb
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORLANDO, Orange Co., Fla. year old Mock,$ : *>ne year old buds Nurverien easily aceen-
Capital Stock Paid In. 550,000.00 | Authoriii.d Capital, S25OOOO.OO. 1 ',)le to Florida!Southern Railroad send for PKNSACOr.A GREENHOUSES AND
Tenders Its best services to the public In all legitimate Banking bualneB Collections lu. } catalogues. Address VU1WEBIEH,
kl*region of\'I01tD.de .od mmlttad" for promptly on the d.aT. it paym. t. &3. J'08TJa\ aI J4ec31t7 Pear.olk, Tk
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JACKSONVILLE TO,NEW YORK: Love Kate!! of Freight Always Given
Direct connection at Fernandina with F.1C.& N.lty.
The magnificent Iron,Steamships of this Line will sail from _
FERNANDINA, FL\., for NEW YORK,alter arrival trains 'a',"
from Jacksonville Cedar Key Orlando and other
points In
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would advise all who Intend setting Fruit Trees of any or:all'.kinds that the presentIs
Hndded from tried and approved varieties, and on good health locks. the best time of all the year. While the sun Is low and ground moist and no growth on
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, ana a general line the trees the chances of success are much.better than set later in the spring.
mutt Trees suitable to Florida Address. t-'or Catalogue send request to

AARON: W.A.RR. Georgetown, Fla W. W. HATVKINS & SON, Props.,

Nav 18'R4tf Lake George,Fla.

.'I f the best quality of heavy oak hickory and cabbage hammock. having miles of river and .
hay fronts and best water protection in Florida. EspeciallyAdapted VARIETIES OF
to Florida fruits and vegetables.

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all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and
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4" the I do not mean that Florida does not that such of my hearers as are unitia- near future, and I would suggest that

Orange Gfroire. raise as many fine oranges as she did ted< in the imsteries of the art, will in this H a matter of sufficient importance -

ten years ago; on the contrary, she dul r" me in a few prosy details. t-) engage its attention. It

,: raises more, but the quantity of inferior LOCATION. I would( confer a lasting boon upon
Orange Growing.
. fruit has increased in a disproportionate East and S-'uth Florida' and acquirea
;' Read by A. H. Manville, before the Farm- ratio. I think who We have to do only with th,:-e elements )
. ers' Institute, held at DeFuniak, March 8th, every one high! reputation for practical efficiency -
[ locatinn which effect the
9th and 10th, 187. has compared our best fruit with that or if by a series of experiments,

Mr.President,Members of the Farmer's grown) in other orange regions of the measure: of the product, and pass such :. and by collating the resuHs of private
Institute Ladies and Gentlemen prudential c nsiderations as proximity
; globe will with in the I
agree me assertion experiment, it would ascertain;; why
When I kind to transportation, loci tl advantages,
received a invitationto that Florida raises the finest or- certain situations are free from rust,

read an essay on this occasion, I anges in the world. While this fact healthfulness, etc., and, take up situa- and by what method and t. what extent

promised myself the pleasure of preparing is undisputed, it is equally true that in tion, exposure and soil. i{I I j it could be prevented elwhere..

a careful and thorough treatiseon the last three years Florida has sent to A few years ago when oranges

orange growing, the subject as, the great markets of the country proportionately brought five dollars a box without re SOIL AND SITUATION.

signed me, entering in some detail more inferior fruit than gard to quality, any situation and soil But to return to the matter of loca

b into its history, growth, present pro all the other orange growing districts in which an orange tree would grow j tion. The palmetto hammocks of the

portions and future prospects. But combined. If all the unripe, frost was deemed eminently suited! to profitable j lower East Coast realize as nearly as

much to my regret, I have been prevented bitten.flavorlessjuicelees, small, black, orange growing. But.a change possible our ideal situation. Here the

from doing this by "circum- inferior fruit we have sent to market has come over the spirit of our dream, {soil is rich,so that it supplies the grove

stances over which I had no control," during ,this period has been charged ,i or rather we have awakened to the with abundant nutriment, while it sustains

and which barely left me the opportu against us, we have a long reckoningupon reality that for profitable orange growing the virgin forest which has been

nity of throwing together a few des the debit side of the account. the local conditions ot"earth, air j simply thinned out to make room"for

ultory thoughts on one phase of the DECLINE IN PRICES.I and water must be such as to produce the orange trees ; and we have seen at

subject which I deem worthy of con handsome, high flavored fruit, or .the same time a growth of rank weeds
conclude, therefore, that there are these must be easily and cheaply ,
sideration however imperfectly they I sup. and grass waist high, yet neither timber
may be presented: und to which I in- two reasons for the recent decline in plied; furthermore, the isothemal con- nor grass robbed the orange trees.
prices. First, the rapid increase in ditions must be flavorable the business <
vite your attention.To The timber not only breaks the force.
the volume of production, combined being most profitable where there is
speak! acceptably on orange- of violent winds, but maintains that
growing was a much easier task ten with an inadequate system of distributing least liability of injury to tree or fruit warm, humid atmosphere which is tovorable'
and marketing. I wish to call from frost. Where does best
years ago than it is now. Lands were jack our to plant growth, and allplants
your attention just here, however, to fruit from ? From low ham-
come our
cheap, it was just as easy to make .a derive a much greater portionof
a grove as it is now, and the productwas the fact, that during the season that is mock lands. This was clearly shownin their food from the air than most
now drawing to a close, a season the competitive exhibits at the
worth more than double its pres- re people suppose. We have round tho
marked by continuous depressions:: and cent Orlando fair, now fresh in the
ent price in market. We still have most favorable conditions of earth
low prices, that bright, heavy, high minds of all and will I think stand
the same laudable desire to keep our and air, but what of water, possiblythe
flavored fruit has been in de-
best foot foremost, yet we cannot speak steady unquestioned by well informed growers. most important factor of all ? In
mand at very good prices,showing that Low hammock fruit is
intelligently on the subject, unless we not only the situation we are considering the
first admit that the orange industry in in orange growing, as i in the law, thereis juicy and well flavored, but it is porous nature of the soil and adjacent

Florida is in many respects in an unsatisfactory plenty of room at the top. From almost always bright, devoid of that streams or lakes to which such lands
this maximum point prices have been
condit.ion.Vhile some rusty appearance which disfigures so ; afford:
are nunUy: marginal, a perfect
are realizing their brightest anticipa- graded down to a very low minimumas much of our fruit. the first of
drainage, requisite successful -
the of the fruit deterioated
quality ,
tions in the profits of their groves, RUST. irrigation; at the same time the
the low with
average indicating, H>o.e
we cannot deny that a large numberare below
to water
proximity rraanent ,
degree of the immense Let here to refer incidentally p
me degress just
accuracy quan- -
and fail
making nothing some to the capillary attraction of the soil, and
city; of pour fruit sold. This bringsme to this same rust. The mi-
realize much the interest their
so as ou the prevention of evaporation by the
to the second reason for the general croscopist has discovered the presenceof
investment. trees above the soil
I dec'ine in prices, namely, a dete mycelium in the early stages of rust keeps permanently
moist. Here have
PRESENT PRODUCTION.One we a perfect natu-
rioration in quality commensurate with development and gives us the fungus
ral of This
year ago, the mercury reachedthe the increase in quantity.The hypothesis; the entomologist has ascer- point system is of the sub-irrigation. .

lowest point in over fifty years, destroying marketing problem, which now tained that the rusty appearance is greatest importance.Do

the ungathered fruit and se perplexes the growers, will ultimately oxidized sap which has exuded from we not invariably get our brightest -
and best fruit from the ot
riously damaging the trees. It has i regulate itself: This has been the case the sap vessels of the rind through portion
the that down thewater's
been estimated by competent authori- with other great staple crops. As the punctures made bv an insect, and we grove!: slopes to
and the
ties, that the crop of 1886-7 has been volume of production becomes, to some have the rust mite hypothesis, now edge, just as near wateras
the without
lessened one half by this freeze, yet extent fixed, the relative standards and generally accepted. If either of r trees can grow danger
of their ?
this fractional crop has already reached values settled, and demands of distribution these hypothesis be correct, why water standing upon r> ts
Irrigration at the time is
the almost incredible magnitude f1 established, the fruit will havean do we find no rust upon low present engaging -
the attention of ,
one million boxes and we are con- accredited value at the grove, and hammocks where the conditions of agriculturists

fronted with a minimum estimate for() the growers will be entirely relieved of insect and fungus life are most favora- and more particularly of gardeners
and fruit the
the next crop of two million boxes.( this division of labor. ble? Why are we able to eradicate growers throughout
All familiar with the
The average price realized this season, But the quality of the product, : the rust in a season or two by supply- country.wonderful results are obtained Mr. A.

has been very low. What are we to which must always determine its ing lacking elements or conditions of by
N. Cole at Wellsville New York
expect next season with a crop twiceas value is a matter with which the i plant food ? For while there is no ,
through the of his
large ? grower only can deal. It seems to i generally accepted rule of proceedure application systemof

Why has the price of Florida oranges me the great question which should i in this matter, and perhaps can be suh-irrigation, or aquaculture, as he
calls it. Mr. Cole is in Florida
steadily declined for( the past I agitate} our orange growers to day is none applicable to all conditions alike, into this now in -

five years ? Overproduction, you re not what we are to do with this vast still our progressive growers are ex- looking with conditions subject which here connection -

ply. Are you aware that this country amount of fruit ? But rather, how perimenting on this line with the most
exist. not that
annually consumes twice as many oranges shall we maintain a high standard in satisfactory results. It is manifestly May we hope
his efforts the
through or by experiments -
as Florida has yet produced ina quality? impossible to prevent the rust t .
of others will be
single year, paying for them a higher This is a practical question effecting by destroying the insects or the fungus devised with some way abundant

price on the average than ,we have received every individual gr' wer, and upon its ; it would be an herculanean task, whereby and, our obtained
water ,
the present season for our fruit? satisfactory solution, rests the successfu and in the event of its accomplishmentwould supply easily

Under such circumstances it is absurdto financial outcome of many vent cost more than it would come flowing wells, we may be able, cheaplyand

cry overproduction. Indiscriminate ures in orange growing. to. Let us begin at the other end of all of easily, to sub-irrigate most, if not

marketing is another reason given What are the conditions requisite to the line and endeavor to bring about our groves.

by many for this decline in prices, and, the production of first class oranges. I such physiological conditions in tree I The remaining point to be consid-

beyond question, it has had much to answer, proper location, variety and and fruit as will render the lodgementof ered in locating a grove is most im-

do with it. Another reason is, that treatment. This brings me to a con insect or fungus impossible. I understand portant of all. No matter how fine

our fruit has deteriotated in qual- sideration of the practical operationsof we have reason to hope for a the fruit, if it is liable to be frozen if

ity very markedly the laat few years. orange growing, and I must beg State Agricultural Department in the left on the tree through Decemberrr








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and January, it must he gathered and who own groves so situated, are now and their work, although incomplete by some Sweet Seville, etc. These
forced on the market early in season, realizing a net profit annually equalto I and fragmentary, has been the ftHlndnI varieties do not color up any earlier
regardless of prevailing prices, or the entire original investment. But I tion upon which such subsequent classification than other orange, neither do their
stored at considerable expense and these are exceptional situations Where as we have had has been based. juices mature in any proper sense before
risk. fISOTHERMAL natural conditions are less favorablebut This committee also did another good Noveml}'er. Their claim to earli-
CONDITIONS may he readily supplied by artifi thing, they established a standard of nesa lies solely) in the fact that they
The isothermal conditions of the cial means, orange growing is still a excellence by which the qualities of an lack the arid +quality, their juices being
locality or district should first he con- profitable business. Descending the orange might be judged. This stand- insipidly sweet, for this reason theyare
sidered, for it is a fact that many scale of natural advantages in soil and ard, modified, by experience, has been the most palatable when yet quite
places in the State are less liable to situation, we find at'lower points the : used in t the comparative tests at our green, as at this stage some little acidis
severe cold than other places in the orange is a valuable adjunct to other State fairs ever since, also at the New present, owing to their; immaturity.I .
same latitude, for which there is no agricultural operations and even profi- Orleans Exposition. According to do not wish to unduly disparagethese
apparent reason to the casual l ob- table as a main crop when the grower this standard, a perfect orange is rep early varieties, some of them
server. Take, fur instance, the lower is content with a fair lemuneration for' res-nted by a score of one hundred, taste quite well as early as September, .
east coast The well known immunity actual labor. But etill going down, made up of ten different points of excellence and gathered at this season and artificially -
from frost of this region, together we find oranges lots of them growing in each of which,a score often "colored up," as we do lemons,
with the superior quality of under circumstances of )location that represents perfection. These ten points,. they bring high prices. We question,
fruit produced, enables the growers to from the present outlook certainly ;do considered in detail are, 1st. general I however, if these prices could be
bide theirtime in the matter of ship. not promise even to remunerate the appearance. 2d. Size, two and three- i maintained if any considerably quantity
ping and to command the top price for grower for his labor. quarter inchfs being perfection, this. were raised. These varieties are
the season, a manifest advantage. Inquiring of a native orange grower size packs one hundred and seventysix evidently introduced sorts of the same
Large bodies of water to the northwest a short time since, the reason why he to the box, the size most sought in strain. We have some discrepanciesin
are a great protecti n from cold, and his neighbors were seeking to exchange market. 3d. Weight. 4th. Smoothness nomenclature even here. The
unless it is of such protracted durationas their places near town and in of rind. 5th. Thickness if rind. Sweet Seville, to which I have referred -
to chill the' water, which was the the settlement for what seemed to me 6th. Absence of pulp, including ten- as of this strain of varieties, is
case during the great freeze of the less eligible property because more derness. 7th Juiciness. 8th. sweet- not the variety generally disseminated
year 1886, when large lakes which had remote. He replied that since the de npss. 9th. Vinous quality, including untie this name, the latter being amid
afforded effectual protection ever since cline in the orange market they foundit all the properties of flavor. 10th. season fruit of high flavor though

orange trees were planted f for profit in impossible to maintain the fertilityof Seed, entire absence being perfection. small size. Again, the variety exhibit
Florida lost their power to modify the their lands without an outlay which The highest exc. Hence in each of these ey Lyman [Phelps, as'Early Ol.
temperature on their'southeast shores. absorhed all their profits. But surrounded particulars, is, as I said before, represented lone, is evidently quite different from
Relative'' altitude is a great advantage by open )lands they Could according to this scale bv a the < Id Early Oblong of the insipid -
in case of heavy frosts, which keep stock: on the rangeor this purpose score of ten, the aggregate for( the ,. strain
sometimes do great damage, but avails and also avail themselves of the whole being one hundred p ,inn for We are better off in the matter of
nothing against a severe! freeze. forest leaves which were to be had for perfect fruit. This standard must of late sorts ; we have one really good
Forest trees are a great protectionfrom raking, they could keep up their course be modified, in case of. such ''ate variety, namely, Hart's Late or
cold. Scattered through a groveat fences at less expense, etc., etc., he sorts as the Navel, Mandarin, etc., Tardiff, and it is a good orange aside
regular and frequent intervals they added by way of conclusion, that "out which have peculiarities not therein from its lateness. At the recent Orlando -
may be considered in most sections side" places would come into greater provided for.SEEDLINGS. Exhibit the specimens of this
of the, orange belt complete>te pro. demand in the near future. VS. BUDDED TREES. fruit entered for premiums from sev-
tection. Alternate strips or belts of It is not my purpose to take up in But some say, why make so muchof eral sections of the State were at once
timber.can be so arranged! aa to have detail the various classes of land and variety, will not the average Florida recognizable by tHeir green color, as .
the same effect. But the influence of qualities of soil and Huh soil mid their seedling produce fruit of a quality well as their immature juices, they
such bells is not as far reaching as is relative adaptability tooraii growing,, unsurpassed under favorable: conditions evidently would not be at their primetor
sometimes supposed. I have found all this is pretty accurately laid down situation and treatment? Cana at )least three months. Higley'sLate
them a complete protection where the in the st ndard works..n the stibj ct. draught horse he made to trot in 2.10by is another late sort, having a
forest trees ueie (,f. average height, But I wish to point <*ut the fact which giving him the requisite training ? local reputation, being esteemed quiteas
has been too generally overlooked highly as Hart's where it is
for a distance of about seventy-five No more can an ordinary seedling( be grown.
feet north and south of the timber, and that situation is an important factorin made to equal our finer sorts. Your MARKED VARIETIES.As .
affective in both direction successful orange growing. That be under
equally fine variety may very poor will be seen by the published
but where further apart than one hundred soil, exposure, and other natural ad- some circumstances, but it possesses inherent -
tables, the Washington Navel scored
and fifty feet the severe frosts vantages which we include in, the term capabilities of responding tn
the highest number of points at Or-
would settle down in the centres beyond situation are just as important in proper treatment which the seedling
lando, reaching ninety-four. It is
the influence of the timber very locating an orange grove in b ioridu lacks. Bnt I am approaching to near
the old
greatly superior to Parson'sNavel
heavily.It as they are in locating an orange the threadbaresubject of Seedlings; .
and finer evtn than the Double
will only pay to plant orange grove in California, an apple orchard Budded Trees, which I have no purposeof
1 imperial, which ranks next to it
trees under forest trees upon rich, low in Minnesota, or a peach orchard in taking up and which is being rapi'dty' Navels. It only scored eight amongour in

soil, capable of sustaining both and Delaware.The settled beyond cavil by the logic ol sweetness and vinous quality, whichwas
Whetherit next thing to he considered in The that intelligently
not suaceptable to drought. events. grower plants -
low for otherwise
an so su-
forest maintaining a high standard of excel has defi orange
will pay generally to plant now-a-days a more perior. But this is characteristic of
trees in our grove to grow up with lence in the character of our fruit is nite object than the production. of the Navels, they excel in tenderness -

the orange trees and protect them is VARIETY. oranges or even of fine oranges. He and juiciness, but lack
an open question which time alone can proposes to have early oranges or late and
fhe varieties of the orange grown sweetness flavor. In fact this
settle. in Florida, of which we have two hun oranges, pulpless and seedless oranges,, is a peculiarity of many importedsorts
WHERE IT WILL PAY. highly colored, peculiarly marked, or
dred or more named and described they excel juiciness, tendernessand
I have refered to the lower east with more or less accuracy, comprise highly flavored oranges: dessert seedlessness, but lack the sweetness
that do soil the in
coast as possessing favorable conditions native sorts that have originated from oranges not fingers and sprightly, hi toned, racy, vinous
for orange growing, simply be- seed or sport here in this State:> introduced eating, or by other peculiarity of season flavor which characterizes our native
he aims
cause it is a familiar instance, not be- sorts that have been named I appearance, or quality to Florida fruit. The great objection to
the and thus makehis
cause of any luck of equally favorable here, and introduced sorts that retail cater business to consumer remunerative., the Navel is its shy bearing, the
situations in other localities. We the names under which they came tc more \Vashington is an improvement on the
find them on the west coast and us. The nomenclature of the orangeis .. EARLY AND LATE SORTS. varieties previously grown here in .
throughout the interior. The Citra however far from. satisfactory. We The orange shipping season propej. this particular. But whether it possesses
region, with the immense groves of f have no recognized standards or authorities begins about November first. Foi. such persistent,;,prolificness aa
Harris, Bishop and others, is right in and the hap-hazard classification .. two months prior to this time the will commend it for general culture,
point, and many instances might be maintained by nurserymen and l market is bare of good fruit, which remains to be seen.
given of groves under such favorable horticulturists acting without concert t would command a high price if i il t The Maltese Blood js the best of the
conditions which are paving well of purpose, is necessarily somewhat t could be had. A var.ety of goodquality Bloods, it was one of four to score
now notwithstanding the prevailinglow conflicting and misleading. Some tel] that will ripen early enough tc.
prices. On rich, well-watered lands I or more years ago, the Florida Fruit t market through September and Octo .
practically exempt from cold that will Growers' Association appointed a committee ber is a desideratum in orange grow. a shy bearer, but I presume this is not
injure tree or fruit, orange growing i is I on nomenclature. This committee ing. It is true we have early sorts, sc the case with others as some recommend
to-day an exceeding profitable investment named, described and classifies called, such as the Early Oblong,: it highly for profit. Rev. Ly-
in a ipeculative sense and tome I number of varieties of the oraayt Egg, Be cb'. Ko. 1, ft variety cult I map Phelpi aaaurea roe that the red



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flecks characteristic of this variety are plied to the yellow fruited "Willow The orange grower reaches the same j spaces between the trees, allow

always present in the fruit of his trees, Leaved" varieties. Of these several result in a more direct way, he keeps I h, successive growths of vegetation

and that this color deepens the longer are of good quality and bring a high the exhaustive process at the high pressure i io he returned to the soil. Fertilize,

they bang on the tree the whole pulp price in market. The red fruited point the year round ; unfortunately I not th. trees, but the soil for the first

becoming blood red late in season. Tangierine commands the highest he cannot like the planter when i few years, or until it will produce a

From the fact that not a single price in market of all oranges, ruling fertility is gone, remove his operationsto 'fatisfactry green crop. It will not

specimen exhibited at Orlando Du- during the past season from six to a virgin soil. His trees area fixture : require more fertilizer for this than

Roi possessed the ribbed appearance eight dollars per box. Its high coloris and he must battle with insects, the treys have received under clean

characteristic of this fruit as grown in attractive, it is esteemed as a dessert disease and decadence incident to their culture and the quantity can be diminished i-

some sections of the State, it is apparent fruit owing to its losely adherent rind, reduced vitality while he labors to re- from year to year, while under -

that we have two distinct varieties and the taste for its,peculiar aromatic turn the very elements he has driven the lath r system it must be in-

under this name. The smooth sort has flavor grows upon one. It is probablethat from the soil. creased.

no great value. But the Ribbed Du. it will command a relatively high COMMERCIAL F KRTILIZ: ER9. I These suggestions apply: more particularly

Roi i i.* one of the best varieties we price for some time to come.I I to the management of young

have, its quality is good, fully up'to trust at no very distant day we Artificial fertilizers are resorted to groves. As the trees: grow older other
.. the and shall have to maintain the vigor of. the trees.
average of our leading sorts, periodical pomologtcal exhibits means must be resorted to to maintainthe
it has the additional merit of a distinctive either under the patronage of The soil becomes a negative factor exercising fertility of the soil Even.for this

mark. The latter point I consider the State or of a strong society, taking the mere mechanical functionof purpose let us have recourse to the

one of the greatest importance; each fruit in its season, affording op supporting the trees in their posi- barnyard and cow pen to the inexhaustive -

we should encourage the introduction portunity for a comparison of relative t ti tion and affording a medium for the supply of organic matter in our

and dissemination of plainly marked merit, and resulting in a more systematic artificial nourishment of the plant. forests and muck beds rather than to

varieties. In market amid an im and scientific classification and (Chemical analysis determines what the fertilizer birrel. If we maintain
of nomenclature than exists. \the trees are to) receive each year. If "
mense quantity indistinguishable at
present :; the supply of humus the reaction of
fruit. designated simply Florida t the grower is deceived as to the! con
as the agents of atmosphere and. rainfall
GROVE MANAGEMENT.In stituents of the fertilizer he
buys or
oranges, whether correctly or not upon most of our soil under the favoring
there isno, means of determining from taking up the subject of grove fails to "hit it" right in quantity or influence of cultivation will afford
his suffer unless he has
quality trees
its appearance, a marked variety at management in its hearing upon the ; the other needed elements of plant
more wisdom and than the
commands attention. It fixes foresight
once production of fruit of superior quality, food in abundance.
itself in the mind of the purchaser and I do not prppose to enter into the details average mortal, under this "handtomouth" I would not decry the various chem-

if it be a good quality is sought of cultivation, fertilization, prun- feeding some element or condition ical fertilizers and complete manures,

after. If I were to choose between a ing, etc., but rather to confine myselfto will be wanting at the right time, we need them as constituents in our
and his trees will lose their
variety having a distinctive appear.ante the consideration of certain lines of composts, for application to our farm
and a score of eighty-five pointsof policy upon light uplands where rn';st If he does produce a vigorous growth crops, and they are a valuable\ adjunctin
he must follow fer-
excellence, and one scoring ninetypoints of our ora 'ge groves are now being up one stimulating maintaining the fertility of our
tilizer with another to his trees
without these distinctive feat- planted. These lands are deficient inorganic keep groves. But I protest against the fal-
ures, I should unhesitatingly take the matter-hurnustbe presence of from "falling back. He mutt main- lacy and the folly of depending upon
tain a constant warfare with all the
former. which, as we have seen, is an iudispen- their use alone to enrich our soil or to
.Drake's Star is another ills the orange tree is subject to, with
distinctly sible requisite to the orange. sustain our orange trees.
marked sort ofgood quality. It Was on By the prevailing method, as much the odds against him,and the consoling In conclusion let me say that undera
exhibition at Orlando where it prospect ahead of being able to con-
attracted organic matter as possible is removed cumulative system the grower has
tribute his to the
considerable attention, and has in portion increasing but one object in view increase
clearing, orange tress are set namely, to -
quantity of inferior fruit that Floridais
taken premiums at previous State out, and the surface is then subjected the quantity of organic matteror

Fair. Alajor O. P. Rooks, of Sumter to a process of constants now sending to market.In humus in the soil. From this pabulum -

. county who has brought it out, esteemit stirring which is to be kept up until a sate of nature we find that the tree will elaborate all the

. highly) and if the star like appearance the trees come into bearing. Constant soils having sufficient vitality to produce elements: it requires and the resultant

of the blossom end is persistent, stirring is constant sereation, and this vegetation, constantly incieas, in vigor will best fortify it against the

it is worthy of dissemination.The in a semitropical climate means during fertility. There is no wastage. The ravages of disease or the attack of insects -
plant food elaborated! fr the soil
..JaffaVas one of the the greater part of the year, the m by and induce an early, prolific _
the action of heat, light, air and
h four varieties that exceeded ninetpoints y rapid evaporation and volitilization of mois'ure yield of bright, golden fruit of that,
to nourish the
of excellence at the South the nutitive elements of I he soil. The goes vegetable perior quality pr. duced only in
owth that at all times the
g covers surface -
Florida Exhibition. Unlike of
, some rains also are washing away the Florida.
the thornless imported sorts it is a organic matter that lies lightly and in turn every blade of grass, ------e__

strong grower and makes one of the upon the surface. The action of f every green leaf i is constantly absorbing Why the Navel Don't Bear.
from the atmosphere and rain-fall
handsomest orange trees we have. the elements, rain, sun and air, combine The editor of the
other elements to be returned to the Agriculturistthinks
Mediterranean Sweet and
Majorca are not only to dissipate the plant the Navel is bearer
soil. Each succ-sivegrowth in its life a shy
among the best of recent importations' food that has accumulated for ,
years and cause of deficiency of pollen in the
subsequent decay, returns more to
the former is somewhat delicate
a but also to and
disintegrate destroy
the soil than it takes from it, and the flower. He says : "By taking an ordinary -
and this is said
grower )n account to other substances which nature has
latter rich in humus from reading glass and examining
be quite susceptible to injury from stored away in insoluble form for future to grows year the stigma of the blossoms on trees

cold. use. The soil is taxed to its full Following year. nature shall we then close to other varieties in bloom, a few

NATIVES AND MANDl)\'RINS.Magruder's capacity to produce nothing. The cease cultivating our orange t trees ? By will be noticed to have little yellow
trees it is true the benefit of such
get them which show that
on bee
no means; this would stop the elabora- spots a
Madame Vinous stood portion of the plant food thus elaborated or other insect has been there and
tion of plant food in the soil to a great car-
next to the, Washington Navel in the as they take
can use. They can ried pollen from the
extent and while native growths might neighboring trees.
score at Orlando, and was esteemed and assimilate however but small ;
up a thrive the would These will hold and produce fruit.
trees languishfor I
by the committee the best there, of the nutritive elements orange
orange part given lack of available food. Many see I Take a blossom of another variety and
for while the presence of seed up by the soil, the greater portion of ing the evils of constant clean culture I hold it alongside that of the Navel

and pulp placed it at a disadvantage which under this system of tillage is rush to the opposite extreme of'neg and the contrast will be remarkable.The .

i in competing with simply waited.: As a result pine lands anthers of will be with
lect or semi-neglect with the effect of one yellow,
the Navel this was more than counter naturally poor, are speedily impoverished the
making bad matters worse. fecundating dust and the stigma
balanced in their opinion by its greater and the richer hammocks soon partly or wholly covered with it while
sweetness and higher flavor. Time lose their THE CUMULATIVE SYSTEM.
\ fertility. the other will be of a creamy color. It
will not permit' me to enumerate the Under the old exhaustive system in We have seen that by constant stir- would be well)) for th se who have Na

long list of similar varieties which the Cotton States, thousands of acres ring the soil is taxed to its full capac- vel trees to bud them with some variety

like Homosassa, Magnum Bonum, of the most fertile lands i in the country ity in the elaboration of plant food, that blossoms at the same time,

Nonpariel, Cunningham, etc., have an were worn out and abandoned. Sci continue this stirring,at least in proper and let from one-third to one-half of

established reputation but are practically entific'agriculturists are now laboringto season, giving the trees the bene-'t of the tree go to this variety,which would

undistiuguishable in appearance. restore the fertility of their lands all the nutriment they can appropriate furnish in due time pollen to fertilizethe

The Mandarins including the sev by cumulative methods of fertilization but plant some crop between. the Navel blossoms, and thus producemore

eral "Willow Leaved" varieties the and culture, methods which had they trees that will take up all the surplus Navel fruit on one-half the tree

Satsuma, Spice, Tangierine and King been applied at an earlier day would, unused by the trees and 'return to the than is now raised on the whole."

Orange, complete the round of the have maintained and insured their soil with interest what would be ---- --. .

varieties. The term Mandarin whichproperly fertility. The cotton planters soil became wasted under the exhaustive system.In The orange trees in the vicinity of

applies to the species or 'subspecies gradually depleted until the fruit culture this methodcan Gainesville are loaded down with

is in commercial usage, ap- product was no longer remunerative. easily be followed. The open blooms.



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her all particulars regarding it. When apply also to others who have favored appear almost like magic. I took off
Jon'e Interests you go .to the Fruit Grower' Association us with communications. Try again. one this past summer. Some day you
take wife with, When ,. will
your you. ? attempt to use soda, but find no
BY MRS. E. A. BILL. this is not practicable make up for it If We Had But a Day wart; leaves no trace, and makes no
by bringing her a root, or slip of some We should fill the hour with sweetest things return. WELL WISHER.
Privations of Florida-The Head of choice ,shrub to show her you were We should If drink we had alone but at a day the ;purest springs, -. .
the House. thinking,of her while away. In part- In our upward way. Orange Blossoms.
"All the world's a garden sweet ing give her one kiss for the absent We should love with a lifetime's love in an The following, originally from the
When there's love at Home." mother sister dear and for hour,
or so one If the hours were few. Florida Agriculturist, will be of inter-
For many generations we have heard yourself: don't forget that. When the We should rest, not for dreams, but for fresher est to our readers:
BO much in regard to the duty of woman fare at home is scanty, say, "never powerTo be and to do. As the season of orange blossoms is
in the home, that much of the' mind dear," we will have bread and .. come, I send you a recipe for utilizing
good advice has become 'stereotyped, cheese, and kisses." In everything Recipes.The them,which some of your readers
but latterly "the voice oi society" i is pertaining to your home and heart, following column of new recipesby like to try., I have not used it myself may;
beginning to proclaim that in the home, let her see and feel that she "reigns Mrs. L. K. Matlack, of Sorrento, because I do not live in an
as elsewhere, there' is a "party of' the. queen." will he found good and appropriatewe It orange
grove.; was given to me by a ladyof
first' part," who is mainly responsiblefor ,Such woman will help you make a doubt not.Ve give this as a sup- New Orleans, who assured me of its
the requisites of a happy home. home on any soil, in any clime. plement to the preparation of orangesin excellence.
Whittier tells us that "Love' is the But what about the childrenVe our last issue : Place sheets, or any suitable articles,
sole] necessity of earth and ,heaven," hive all heard that children are easily PUMPKIN CHIPS. under the trees at night to catch the
and while there are many noble men satisfied ; where there is love and joy Peel the pumpkin and cut into thin falling blossoms. In the morning, be-
who admit this in the abstract, yet in bubbling up from the mother's heart slices about two inches long. Soak fore the dew is off, gather up all that
the hurry and of life they for- that will be all to the children.
worry i over night in clear water, next morn- have fallen and put in a three-cornered
get the little things that make or mar Perhaps some are curious and would ing boil in clear water until soft. Have bag-flannel that has been washed is
the happiness of life at home,and with know the result of the case above prepared a rich syrup made thus : One best. As soon as possible 'pour over
out which women fail to become the cited : At first, tiny plants appeared quart of fine white sugar to one pint these boiling syrup, made of the best
grand inspiration they should be to all thousands upon thousands but, owingto water, boil low. Drop the pumpkininto sugar, but rather thin. Hang up thebag
the 1 household in the trials and privations the "varmints" the green leaves the boiling syrup and cook until to drain, and leave it out all day;
incident to life in a new country.To were destroyed, the summer sun burnedout almost? dry. Season with either lemon take out the scalded flowers and save
illustrate. About fifteen years very many, and only a few strag- or ginger, seal: while hot in glass jars. them. Repeat the process of fresh
ago a lady, with her husband, came to ling trees remained.The Watermelon preserves made the same flowers for three mornings, using the
Florida, fully intending to make ,a wife who had been BO cruelly way will be found to excel the old same syrup ; then bottle as a delightful -
home in this sunny land; they ,located deprived of the very bread of life," style of preparing, and saves time and beverage with water added. The
in-a (then) out of the way place near to a woman, began to pine, all her labor. The former manner of soaking flowers that have been scalded can be
Smyrna. The cottage was lowly,,and trouble came from mo-ing to Florida, three days in alum, salt and water, is used by placing them in thin muslin
surroundings poor; the husband, became hope, heart and health, even failed. entirely unnecessary.Tomato bags between layers of butter ; the
wholly absorbed in the new busi- To the husband came a reaction from
preserves can be made with butter can be used in cakes, saucers, or
ness of orange culture victim to the the "craze," and they left Florida in little trouble and are unequaled. Havea any way that flavored butter may be
orange craze, nothing else was thought\ utter disgust, proclaiming everywherethat rich syrup prepared as above. Select wanted.
of,' nothing else spoken of morning, all the stories about the value of i ripe fruit, firm but small, and drop -.-.
noon or night, but oranges. Bushelsof an orange grove was a farce, and into the boiling syrup. Cook until Home Hints.
decaying oranges were ever at handto Florida the greatest humbug known. almost candied, no seasoning is re To take mildew from linen, mix soft
utilize every spare moment in get- No, no, gentlemen, that is not the. quired. soap with starch, powdered, half the
ting out the seed. The only reply to way to begin life in our State, or else- Sweet oranges preserved similar to quantity of salt, and a piece of lemon,
the wife's kindly solicitations was, where. The law of God changes not, the above will be found a delicious and lay it on both sides with a paint
"Oranges," the only thought of absent to obey is to live, as Charles Dickensso addition to the tea table. Divide the brush ; let it be in the open air-on
friends, "Oranges." beaurifully says, 'Tis love, 'tis oranges into plugs and drop into the grass is preferable-till the stain is re-
This poor lady made every eflort to love, 'tis love that makes the worldgo rich boiling syrup, serve cold. moved.A .
rally. In coming to Florida she felt round." good wash for the hair and scalp
that the changefrom a good home to LEMON PUDDING. is borax dissolved in water; it is also
the lowly cot was nothing, the trials of Water. Take one lemon, squeeze the juiceout good for the skin, removing tan and
trying to keep ,house under adverse Editor HOME INTERESTS: and peel the rind very thin, then pimples.A .
circumstances, "with nothing to do Physicians have told us that the cut up fine ; beat the yolks of four feverish thirst that cannot be
with," faded into insignificance beside I water we drink is the cause of more eggs to a cream, add four ounce of be
quenched water
by may allayedthus
the deeper trouble at hand-the loss I sickness in the South than almost all sugar and four ounce of butter melted. Throw slice of bread
of a husband's loving sympathy. In other causes. We are afraid of the When well mixed, add the lemon juice burning: coals,a and when it is aflame upon
the evening, wearied with the labors of water in shallow wells)] as it is usuallythe and rind. Line an earthenware or throw it into a tumbler of water. This
the day, and .still occupied with "get- drainage from the land, and unfit baking shape with rich flake paste remedy has been tested and proved ex
ting out the seed," there was no timeto tor drinking purposes ; it will do nice- raising the edge with a second row of cellent.If .
speak of the dear friends in the old ly for washing and cleaning, as the paste ; bake until half cooked then put
home,or for consultation regarding the water here is so soft ; and, perhaps the prepared pudding in and cook a your lamp burners become cloggedand
few minutes must be taken not dim, boil them in water in whicha
new situation ; in the husband's mind after boiling will answer for cooking ;
there was apparently but one thought, but we ,prefer to use rain water to to let it burn. good-sized lump of saleratus and
small of has been dis
the profit to be derived from orange drink. We have a small brick cistern, FIG PUDDING. soap
solved. When well boiled rub
growing; in a few years he would gather but barrels, or a hogshead will do. Take half a pound of figs, chop witha while hot,and will be quickly with
untold wealth, and then he would A small bag of charcoal dropped into quarter of a pound of bread crumbs, the effect.E. you pleased
shower upon his wife unnumbered the barrel will keep the water pure ; add three tablespoonfuls of sugar, two
blessings. Sad mistake Ground lost also, take a thin muslin or cheese ounces of butter, half a pint of milk D. J. Writes: "Several years
in this direction can very seldom be cloth to cover the barrel or cistern to and two eggs. Butter a mould, sprinkle ago, being a sufferer from catarrh, I
regained. To deprive the loved wife prevent dust, leaves and debris from with fine bread crumbs, pour in consulted a physician, and he pre-
of the daily crumb of comfort and affection getting into the water. The cloth can the pudding, and steam three hours. scribed the use of diluted carbolic acid,
is like I long fasting,that a feast be washed when needed.I Serve with lemon and sugar. to be taken each morning by snuffing
may be had by..and bye, sometime. have read many articles in the it up the nose. I used it, and in three
The result will eventually be deathor Home Department with pleasure.: Warts. months a permanent cure was the result -
disaster. As before intimated there B. E. Editor HOME INTERESTS : I have also found the remedy
has been so much good advice in the ... If any of your readers are troubled good for a cold in the head."
past to wives and mothers. The hus- To Alida. with these unsightly excresences, I A spoonful of vinegar put into the
bands and fathers will excuse me if I From our correspondent Alida we think they will find the enclosed di- water in which meats or fowls are
say here, if you wish a permanent and have recived a poem which is good, rections sufficient for their removal: boiled makes them tender.
happy home in Florida, commence by but unsuited for our columns. Please Put soda on the warts as often as Warm mustard water should be
giving your wife extra attention ; always favor us again. Write about anythingthat you think of it. The worst seed wart given to one who has accidently swallowed
ask her opinion whether guidedby 1 wpuld be of benefit to the settler, I ever saw went off in about a month. poison; this will cause vomit-
it or not; try and get her enthused I remembering this journal is devoted to As dry soda is so apt to rub off I made ing; after that give a cup of strong
with whatever interests you ; let herhelp Agriculture, Horticulture, Industryand a strgng solution of it with water, and coffee; that will counteract the re-
you' plan your business and tell I1 Immigration. These remarks will kept it corked. A small wart will dish maining effects.

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.MARCH. 14, 188t.] THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. -- 24:1:

with the same outlay as for stable "Such a shed will pay for itself
Vineyard, manure just as good crops, and often The &m. every year. Manure can be handledover
better ones. It was observed in t',ese under this shed, and composted
experiments that less favorable results it desired. Yard manures may be
Vitis Vinifera in Florida. were obtained with white than colored t thrown together under it for better
There has been considerable hesitation grapes. The explanation given that Stable Manures.On protection."The .
about planting vines of this family white grapes have deeper roots, and this subject W. D. Boynton says man who is called upon to
in Florida, for fear of their being that the manure should have been put in the Western Plowman : renovate a worn out soil must learn to
attacked:and destroyed by the phyl- in deeper to get the same results. The "While the renovation of soils may make the most of the manurial resources -
loxera. best manner of applying thief rtilizers be possible without the use of stable upon his farm."
Baron H. Von Luttichau believes was found to be to make with an iron manures, we must never overlook themas .
that there is no Just cause for alarm. post-hole bar, narrow, oblong excava- factors in this work. At present Millo Maize. ,
Some varieties fail from other causes, tions about eighteen inches deep, at they are the main dependants of the I desire to add another testimonialin
and many of those brought into the short distances from the vine, and to farmer. favor of millo maize. I refer to the
State are intrinsically worthless. He sprinkle in each hole four or five "It is not generally thought that yellow variety, which is the onlj kindI
says:,_ "All grape vines, and vinifera ounces of the manure ; four or five farms can be brought up and main- have ever seen worthy of the name.I .
k especially, are greatly injured if allowed such excavations may be made around tained in fertility without its use. A planted one fifth of an acre and have
to bear mach fruit before they each vine, and they are left open to large class of farmers labor under the just gathered 440 pounds> of seed. I
are strong enough to do so. And here collect the rain fir the solution and idea that only by increasing the live planted too thickly, otherwise the
will be found one reason for so many distribution of the plant-food ; the stoc r upon the farm can its fertility be yield would have been greater. Two
failures. Planters are too eager to application is made late in the Fall or enhanced. stalks in a hill is sufficient. This
I get fruit, when more patience would early Spring. A mixture containingsix "While this is no doubt in part erroneous yield is at the rate of 2,200 pounds to
aSsure an unusual produce of fruit for per cent. of soluble phosporic acid it is a pretty safe rut to fall an acre. As for fodder, the quantity
any l length of time. Allow the vini- six per cent. of potash as sulphate, and into. The farmer who adheres strictlyto is immense, and the quality, accordingto
ferat overbear, especially when three per cent. of nitrogen as ammo- this policy will seldom be found analysis ((1 refer to green fodder),
... young, and it will be injured for life, nia salts or nitrate, has given the best with a run out soil. He will properly is richer in fat forming principles and
if;it does not die outright."Butplantsomestronggrowing. results ; for deeper-rooted grapes the appreciate the value of stable manure. heating properties than red clover.
kinds. nitrogen is better applied in the form( I "Another,and I regret to say a much My stock all eat the seed more raven-
of vinifera, some which are compara- of nitrate, so that when taken into so- i larger class of farmers, seem to have, ously even then corn, and the hogs ex-
tively free from rot and mildew, and lution it may sink deeper." I. as yet, no rational idea as to the real tract the saccharine matter in the
which ripen early ; give good cultiva- _._< value of even stable manures. But lit- stalks with great relish. I have
tion, but do not force by heavy fertil- The Ives and Perkins Grape. tle is manufactured on the farm, and turned two furrows to the stumps and
izing, nor encourage late growth ; do Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : that little is not half cared for or ap- expect to gather another crop of fod-
not allow more than a few good bunchesthe I am very sorry that I have given : plied. der. We had a drouth during the
first season, if a one-year-old Mr. Dubois the impression( that I am "The first idea should ,be to save all month of May, but my little crop was
has been planted, renew the canes oftener contentious and determined to "have the stable manure and put it into the not affected in the least. It was "new
and when pruning retain but the last word on all occasions, and most available form-that is, so thatit every morning and fresh every even-
one-half, or, at the most, two-thirds of about everything. I do not think may be advantageously applied. ing." Last, t h-it not least, my wife
the wood you ,would allow to a strong that such ;8 my disposition. A man "!low many make any provision i furnished egg bread this morning
growing American vine. Keep up a who, has no opinions of his own and is whatever for their stable manure? equal to any I have ever ate made
.correct course of summer pruning and : swayed about like a weathercock by Not one in twenty I venture to assert. from corn meal. I had been informed
some of the best kinds of vinifera vines I every win( that blows is not likely to Holes are made in the back side of the : that it would make good bread-now
will live and do well. At least mine amount to much. Mr. Dubois himselfis .
stable (under the eaves) for throwing I know it. As will be inferred, my
do."I very tenacious of his opinions, wit- it out, and that is almost universallythe experiment year has proven more
should,not think the phylloxera ness his defence of the Ives. At the only provision made. than satisfactory, and another year
of much consequence for Florida. The risk of confirming his opinion of my- "It would be positively appaling, will see an increased. amount cultiva-
insect is ,probably all over this State self, I must still hold to my formerly astounding, if the usually close calcu- ted.-D. C. Calkins, of Louisiana, in
long ago.' Authorities on this subjecttell expressed views, and object to some lating farmer could see just how much Home 'tnd Farm.
us that the root louse does not varieties that he recommends.I he is every year allowing to go to .
thrive in sandy soil ; experience has must acknowledge that I over- waste for the lack of a little protectionand B. W. Pierce, of Indian Spring Or-
proven that sufficiently ; therefore looked the paragraph, in the description management of his manure pile.If ange county, has recently purchasesthe
Florida could not be a very congenial of Norton's Virginia, which he half the bulk of his manure pile was Harmon Brown nurseries in the
home for the phylloxera." quotes. The result of my reading of felon&usly abstracted, he would be ableto western part of DeLand. Last month .
It may not be generally known that this item is that 1 shall test the N rton see the loss, but while the bulk remains he shipped to Riverside, Cal., 120,000trees
some vineyards in California have been here as soon as possible.In intact he is: sensible of no loss. from his nursery, ranging in size
seriously injured by the ravages of this regard to the Ives, I will say thatI "Now,the real truth is, that he who from a half inch up. Within the last
insect. It is stated as a fact, by ob-i ha the genuine Ives and grew as leaves his manure piled out to the few days he has put out over 100,000trees
bervers in that State, that in no case good specimens of the variety as can weather through all the seasons loses to fill the place of those sent to
has a vineyard which was regularly be proi'uced in out door culture without one-half the actual value. This is Riverside. He has other nurseriesnear
irrigated been attacked by phylloxera. bagging. But I1S I said before, it worse|than to have half the bulk stolen. Eustis.
They'do not assert that irrigation is a : does not fill the bill, it is not an attrac- He has the bulk left, which he must The Spring of Green Cove refer-
remedy ; such a claim would be prem tive looking grape. The skin is handle over. The most valuable and to the Peen-to, ,
ature, but ,they say that it is demon- tough and will stand shipping a long available portion is gone. ring Although have often peach crop, says dis-:
strated doubt that but the pulp is also hard and we spoken
beyond a irrigated ways "Ammonia is a hard element to holdat of the Peen-to
vineyards have, thus far, escaped uninjured tough, very poor in quality and almost best. It cannot be held in anything its fickleness in blooming peach at, owingto intervals -
uneatable.I like its original volume in manure ex- from fall
early to early spring,
see that Mr. Dubois recommendsthe
posed to the sun rain and wind. A
Fertilizers for Grapes. the chances are that the crop of these
Perkin's as an early market grape.I good share of it may be held where absorbents will be full the
"Experiments with commercial fer- know it has been popular in some are used and the quite coming
tilizers in vineyards, continued for places, but the quality is still worse! kept well holsed until time of appli season with as fruit trees are laden
four years in the Rhine district," says than that of the Ives. It is not valuable ,cation. marbles.young now as large as small
Dr. G. C. Caldwell in the New York unless picked before it is ripe, as "A manure shed that will answer
Tribune, "have given encouraging results soon as it begins to color. When fully the purpose very well can be built at Daytona Halifax Journal: Robert
showing that such manures can ripe it is very foxy and has a very I very small cost. The stable wall Anderson brought from England the
be profitably substituted for stable strong musky odor which is offensiveto proper will form one side of it. But Black Alicant, Black Hamburg, Muscat -
manure as to the effect both of quan- most people. W. C. STEELE. little more than a good roof is needed.It Alexandria, Gros Guillaume,1\lac-
tity and quality of the fruit, althoughin Switzerland, Fla., Feb., 22,1887. may be partially enclosed about the clesfifild Court, Golden Queen and Foster -
general no important advantageover .. sides if so desired, but it is not abso- Seedling grapes, all of which are
stable manure i is gained. Never- The orange groves in the vicinityof lutely necessary. If such a shed shuts growing thriftily ort his Beach street
theless, it may be comforting to those Sanford, it is said, were never in a off the light from the stable, anotherset lot.
who cannot get for their vines all the more healthful condition, and are full of windows may be put in above There is every promise of a heavy
stable manure 'they would like, to of blooms, and every indication is the roof of the shed. This roof need fruit crop fir the present year in Columbia -
know that by judicious use of super- favorable for a heavy crop in 1887. not be high up,just above the manure county, including peaches, Le-
phosphates, potash salts, and nitrogen New groves are coming into bearing windows will be high enough, provideda Conte pears, quinces and oranges.'
compounds, they may be able to get also. man can stand up well under it. Ihe crop of blossoms is enormous.

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12 THE FLORIDA ,DISPATc1r.t.. [MARCH 14, 1887.
', EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Plant Seeds. will now be asked by scores of Flor- even probable, our peach crop will

0"4, r-- -- Some years ago Mr. Berckmans ida discouraged shippers, who have exceed in value our present orange
:, A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. been slaughtered the last six or eight
planted a peach seed sent him from
=-' : days, during: which we have had hard
i t..: Contents. China. It sprouted and grew and he weather, stormy and cold. The same thing has been true in re- .

\1. Ora1geGrove-orange ; Why the cared for the tree until it arrived at Besides the. weather being deleterious gard to strawberries. It is but a few

J Navel-Does" Bear .... ... ..... -9
the hearing age, when he found it to the berries, it was against the years since our gardeners recognizedthe

Home Water Interests-Privations; to Alida; If we had of but Florida a Day;; worthless in his locality from its habitof trade for them. Added to this, the fact that straw berries could be
Recipes Warts Orange Blossoms fruit trade for such
Home Hints; .....;..... .. ......... .. ...;240 blooming too early in spring. But general necessary grown here. The introduction of theN
quantities of berries has not been usedto
Vitls Vinlfera in Florida; Fertilizers he did not despair of results he sent unau peculiarly to conditions
for Grapes; The Ives and Perkins the berry business so early. Hav adapted
Grapes ... ...- o. ., .... .241 the Florida where it, here
variety to to
The Farm-Renovation of Bolls Millo ing no established demand at this sea- gave a new impetus
, Maize .. .. . .241 flourished nd bore. Thus we got our .son of the year for them, the jobberswere strawberry growing, and to-day Flor-
Editorial-Wanted an Early Orange;
Planting Other Fruits Between Orange Peen-to peach. afraid to touch berries duringthis ida has in round numbers a thousand
Trees; Strawberry Market; Porno- bad weather. The berries arriving -
logical Development;New Addition to Some five years ago Mr. Bid well acres in berries, from which the fruitis
Jacksonville ..... ..... .. ... . .242 in poor to only fair condition, and
. Oranges and Figs; Trucking in FloiIda ...243 took the trouble to plant a few of the increasing in receipts, lead to be sold now being rapidly shipped to Northern '

Markets Meteorological.24.1..... . .. 0 . ...243: first Peen-to seed he could obtain, andas at any price to cart boys or be dumped markets.A .

Publishers . . . ...243Floridlana
a result he has to-day a new familyof consequently prices dropped from few years ago the pear and plumwere
-Jefferson County, A Four 81 and S1.50 to 15c. and 25c. in a
desirable in very classed the 'Northern
Thousand Acre Farm; Our Natural peaches even more among
Wealth The Halifax An Alachua few days.
Plantation; . ..;. .... ., . . .244 Florida than the Peen tn. fruits" that would not do here. But
There has been no natural demand
Live Stock-Dehorning Cattle; Manage- The Palatka since that time have received Oriental
ment of Bulls; Corn Meal for Milch morning paper says, a for a week. But daily we have had we

Cows Breed;Good Stock Calves Farm;in Different Putnam Urcecis.County;.245 experimenter has a thousand Irish natural reason to expect clear and pears and plums, as well as .

Poultry-Insect Pests. . .. 0. .0 0 .'.. .248 potato plants grown from the seed of warmer weather and with it good peaches, and the LeConte, the Kelsey,
Marketing--Some Ideas Not Entirely New markets and better prices again.It .
but Progressive.., . .. . .247MM last year's crop. He hopes to originate is and their congeneer are flourishing in ,
utterly impossible to protect
better suited Florida the sands of Florida and
a potato to promise to
shippers against such undeterminableresults
Wanted, an Early Orange.If than any now grown. because they are likely to be give us a new race of pears and plums

we had an orange that colored up Judge Cessna, of Gainesville offers reversed by the time their shipments adapted to our climate.

and matured its juices, in other words $100 for a seedling strawberry that arrive if shipped .at. .such a time.Pomological Grapes were tried extensively in

ripened properly in September, and will excel the Numan in this climate. Development.If days gone by, but were finally dis-

half the trees in the State were buddedto Our best variety of the orange manyof carded as not doing well, and withal
we read the signs of the times
this variety, the next orange crop them have originated from chance profitless. But behold I we have a

would bring two million dollars more seedlings.A aright# the frait growing interests of revival of the grape interest, and,

than it will under the present circum- raspberry suited to this climate this State are about entering upon a strange to say, the vines now promiseto

stances. We have a good late sort but would be a valuable addition to our period of great activity. The numer- thrive and be fruitful, while the
ous experiments which have been un-
there, is too much risk carrying best of fruits. industry seems profitable. We are
dertaken during the few ,
a crop on the trees. What we wantis Grape growers assure us that there I Ii past years getting to know better what varieties
are beginning to yield results and
an early orange of really good i is every eason to believe that we can to. plant, and the treatment requiredto

quality, that can be marketed before raise a race of seedling grapes here, promise some remarkable develop- obtain a given result.
ments. In nil probability, in the near
the bulk of our crop and the foreignare that will embrace in their several varieties We have not the space to enumeratethe
future, we shall have a pomology
put on the market. all the excellent qualities of the pe- many new fruits which, like the
culiarly Floridian covering 'vid'erange
That this is entirely possible, in fact grapes !grown north of us in this coup" a Japan persimmon, loquat and hardyguava
of fruit and an extensive list of
that it is sure to come we are entirely try or even in Europe.We are highly esteemed by our
varieties and being like all things else
confident. But who will bring for- live in an experimental age, the fruit growers.In .
in the Land of Flowers characteristi-
ward this great boon to the orange most important results are being ob- looking back over the work of
cally uuique.Ten
grower? We trust that our growers tained where least expected. If our the last few years we must admit that
our progressive horticulturists
will continue to experiment in this di- progressive horticulturists would plant years ago the Department of Pomology, at least,
had tried the leading va-
rection. There's "millions in it" for each year selected seed of their best Florida is making rapid strides toward
rieties of the peach and pronouncedthem
the that there" first. would have diversified which is
man "gets products, we soon many production, very
a failure here. Indeed, it was
PSI I improved varieties specially adaptedto gratifying to those who have persist-
Planting Other Fruits Between Orange I our soil and climate. one of the excepted tenents among our
ently advocated the "Don't-carry-all-
Trees. PSI fruit.growers that the peach could not
The Strawberry Market. your-eggs-in-one basket" philosophy.
Fort Meade Pioneer says: "When be successfully grown in Florida. -.... .

you are replanting! orange trees in The outlook is far from 'ncour- Since that time the Peen-to and Honey New Addition to Jacksonville.A .

remember that there are a aging for our strawberry who
your grove growers have been introduced from t'Georgia, small tract of choice land has
varieties of fruits that
grow to have been shipping large quantitiesin
and several native varieties have been
been secured by C. W. DaCosta and
perfection in our State, and it may pay
the last two weeks. Following lastspring's
you to give them a trial and set themin brought forward, all of which succeed A G. Ellis, who have laid it out in

the place of the dead orange trees." disaster in the vegetable trade admirably, some as far south as the large residence i ]lot* and named it

The Pioneer is right in recommend. and the ruling low prices for the or- orange is grown. Already we have, DACOSTA, and placed it on record as

besides ange crop, this is rather discouraging. several varieties the of
ing the planting of other trees new offspring an addition to Jacksonville,

the orange that thrive or promise to Last year strawberries were the one these which are great improvementson This addition lies just north of La-

succeed here, but we would suggest redeeming feature, proving very remunerative the parent stock. From these Villa, on the Moncrief road, and running

that very few trees will grow off*satisfactorily to the growers. This in oriental peaches we shall, probably, west through to the Durkee shell
.. duced the planting of a largely increased derive strain road ; has a fine frontage on these two
if planted among large orange a new type or peculiarly
this season. But the splendid driving avenues, and is rightin
It is all well acreage Floridian varieties
trees. very to plant adaptedto the line of Jacksonville's most rapid
bottom seems to have dropped out the conditions of soil and
them at the same time the orange trees varying growthAs

are set, at the same time thus giving before the shipping season has fairly climate from the Georgia line to the these lots are large, and the

them a chance to occupy their share of F commence Pancoast & Griffiths Keys and affording a succes3ion of prices asked very low, we predict an

the soil. But the gJOSS; feeding orange write us under date of March 4th: fruit from June November. Alreadywe early sale, and quick development for

trees when once well established will I In regard to strawberries, never before have peach orchards as far south
give them but little chance to grow. did the Northern markets have -MM-
MM such a general supply so early, and as Orange county, growing as thriftily Strawberries are getting p'entiful in
The pineapple crop on the island never were they so low so soon after, and bearing as well as any of the our market, and are now selling for 30

keys near Key West promises to be a the start. peach orchards of Delaware. And cents a quart. The berries are very

large one this year. | Why so disastrously low so early ten*years hence it is quite possible,I fine.

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ORANGE AND FIGS. ter results on account of the experience Meteorological. PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.THE .

the first The .
year. expe- .
The "Valencia" Orange and the --. .
rience of these two them -
White Adriatic and San seasons gave '.laglgael: t' t:tr 4'g; w S.A FLORIDA DISPATCH
a pretty good knowledge of the best FLA JO .i'3'3'525'3eo ; Is a 20 to 28-page weekly,devoted to AGRICUI/-
Pedro Figs.A modes of the culture to obtain the roo: Q'J'B'JS aBelaAy. U6,,-W6 ;jo:;;, U. TURE, HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY and IMMIGRATION -
8 .
California correspondent writingus best results in this section, and that 18 01 the SOUTHERN STATES.Subscription.

under date of the 8th ult., speaksas knowledge gave them heart to push 'J pJmnH U'8P I r I.oa: ,oo,.?p!-x Corps. Kates.
follows regarding the above varieties their work this season with confidencethat o-. OBSERVATION JACKSONVILLE U'89K SignalCorps. Months Per Annum, SOc. $2.00. Six Months, fl.00. Three

: their labor would be well re- : Remittances
"The 'JJOOI9A I oaa'aa'I4 -*- Signal and business correspondence should be ad-
orange, was intro- warded. Before giving the results of dressed

duced by Mr. Chapman, from Rivers their efforts we will state that the land 3= : a SergeantSignal toCHAS.. W. DACOSTA, Publisher
Nursery, England. It was sent him they have been cultivating is not aohoata zzmmm3 Jacksonville,Florida.To .
for a Navel but coming into fruit, marsh or reclaimed land-the richestin Ending EndingMar.: 0 8eek Sergeant Advertisers.The .

proved ,to, be a different variety and the world-but an inferior grade; OFFICE U.. DISPATCH Is THE LEADING Aoa cUL-
sqjpajpnnqpun TURAL JOURNAL OF THIS STATE and has a
he named it River's Late, which prairie :and, which we have heard saqoaj: uj 83588SS level.level.TH large circulation In Florida and throughoutthe
it has been known : tIVJUI"BJ U'8Q .... United States and foreign countries
name by locally, some of the old settlers around here SERVICE wherever the Interest Is turned J Southward.
till about a year ago, when a promi- was not worth plowing. They 3: m It Is ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS
say GNALSERVICE _......,...,. 512 IN THE SOUTH-especially) for Real Estate -
horticulturist II:) .s
nent from I
Spain visiting have been and 'cIBug
making frequent large for alq (Q=cc ccCCQ'O 3 ,Nurseries, Transportation lines Banks,
here Hotels, and those branches wherein It Is desirable
recognized it as what is knownas .shipments of vegetables for some GNAL ;;S8 ti to roach our winter visitors!' or our
"Valencia August" in Spain, as it time, and bright reports have often ... -m= mnmlunQ : St; -m;:;m m.rol III'O rapidly Increasing permauent popu atlon.
ripened in July and August there. reached us of the Whitmore Bros'. :tJ E-4 k
Our call it Valencia Late m/mIuw I n;D l::o;()t- _O oS
growers success. Last Monday Mr. Cannon .- Attention.
and it is placed in market about thefirst took a party down to inspect their operations I .sI: The E. Moulie Florida Floral Perfumery -

of July. Col.} Dobbins received and from him we learn the alaoaotsg .=:Q...:--0t-; ; CQ '" i Company, will pay ten cents per
$4.00 per box on board the cars here following facts: They have about seven U'8a U'8 ii 0) .: :: pound for Sweet Orange Blossoms (and

last summer for shipment to Denver, acres in cultivation, but their ship- .. ..--.. .. .. .. .. QI.Uari 0 the same price for Bitter Sweet and Sour
where it arrived in :. : : : : ; :. s Orange packed separately) delivered -
fine order, and the ments thus far have been confined to MeteorologicalReport I : : : 0 0 I at 45 West Bay street.
; I : : : I
dealers said it was the "best orange, one acre of cauliflower. From this :.0 i i i>.o ,CIS Q Full printed directions for gathering

and arrived in the.best order, of any acre they have already shipped one E-o c.: .. d Pt >I1.- .a omj_ I so as not to injure the fruiting of the
orange received in that market." The hundred and fifty barrels, which has : < as-c'C> \ sI: III) Eo'OJg trees, packing and sending, will be ad-

fruit is remarkably solid and shows netted them a little over nine dollars :: :J =0:J i.Q o =::IZFz.1) or dressed free to every.-*-applicant.. .

very few culls when picked in July. per barrel, and they will have at least ) '''' '''' Petersburg Express Crates for Straw-

The tree is a good grower, resembling one hundred and fifty barrels more to berries for sale at manufacturers prices.
the Washington Navel somewhat in ship from thi same acre. Their ship- New York Markets. Consignments of Berries, Oranges and

habit of growth. I consider it a much ments thus far have already netted NEW YORK, March 10, 1887. other fruits and vegetables solicited.

better tree in habit and fruit than the them $1.850 from one acre,and if they The following is the market quotationson Send for circulars and stencils.E. .
Mediterrauean Sweet. The fruit resembles obtain the same prices for the balanceof oranges this date: Waycross R. R. wharf, ,
Fla. Oranges, fancy bright.per bozJ4 0?@ 4 25
that variety some except in their shipments, that one acre of I' choice u 3 OO@ 3 7.) Jacksonville, Fla.

color, being lighter colored, firmer and cauliflower will net them over $2,700. a'44 Rnssets fair to aobd: .... .. "*4 22527S 2 Ou@ 2 50, .
having smoother rind. This may appear almost like an absurd 44 poor......."._" .. I 50@ 1 75 ORLANDO, FLA, Nov81886.
Those who have leading varieties but its truth be estab- 44 Tanglerlnes 4 oo@<> 8 00 I have u.ed on my grove the past season -
your statement, can Fla.Cabbages .... ..... ... 3 00
fruiting here, like it much better lished by affidavits of as good men as Fla.Peas... .........................per crate 100 5 50 Williams, Clark & Co's Orange Treo
Fla. Beans ..........................per crate 5 50 Fertilizer, and am pleased to say it has
than Tardiff, which is now bearing is in the county. Mr. Cannon broughtup J. D. HASHAGEN. given me perfect satisfaction. My trees

some very choice specimens of cau- are looking mnch belter than in any pre-
here.By the way, I notice the Report of liflower, the largest one weighing six i NEW YORK, March 10, 1887. vious year after the use of other fertili
: E. F. SrERiir.
Southern California Nurserymen's Association teen and a half pounds. If prairie zers.
The receipts of oranges via Savannah .
in the DISPATCH, and the land will produce ouch cauliflower, today was seven thousand boxes. Fancy
Tomato Plants.
editorial comment on the same, there what may we reasonable expect from Indian and Halifax rivers in demand at '
mention in the $3.50 to$4 choice russetts at$2 to $&.25 Good plants of Favorite,Perfection and
being no report on figs the reclaimed land ? This I laud cost ; ; Paragon packed and delivered to steamer
of the White Adriatic and San Pedro cloudy brights$2.50 to S3. The few vege-
Whitraore Brothers about and
$5,000, tables in good order sold at extreme prices. Manatee at 40c per hundred, $3 per thou-
figs. This was not because of any knowing that at one time they were Peas $3; beans $4 to $5; beets $2.50; sand. Address, W. C. STEELE.
lack of faith in those fruits, but they discouraged and wished to sell, Mr. cabbage $3. Fifteen thousand quarts of .Switzerland, Fla.
had not been planted here (in South Cannon asked them what they would strawberries in to-day, selling at fifteen ----

California,) long enough to produce take for their place, and was met with to outlook thirty favorable.cents. Weather better, and the hatching Pure bred from brown two yardsuf leghorns carefully, eggs ma-for

fruit, or rather those that had been the prompt reply, $25,000. This shows G. S. PALMER.Orange ted kinds at $1.50 for 13. $2.50 for 26,
here, cut so close for cuttings that no their present faith in this section of *. $3,00 for 39. A few settings of light
fruit had been secured. We reported Florida.-Kmimmee Leader. Blossoms.We brahmas to spare $1,50 per setting.

only on ouch as were fruiting in South would call especial attention to the RUDOLF GETZLAl"F.Tallahassce Fla..

California. There will be plenty of Last Tuesday, the 8th inst., was a E. Moulie Co's advertisement for orange .. ,
blossoms. They offer ten cents
fruit here this for The a poundfor Cotton Seed Hull Ashes .
season and the questionwill memorable day Orange City. the petals or' fully developed buds.
be fully settled as to its merits.I occasion was the opening of the "Or- Gatlieriny the blossom.* IN NO WAY INTERFERES For sale by_the American Oil Co., 18
have seen dried Adriatics recently, ange City and Atlantic railroad." WITH FRUIT BEARING, and they Broadway, New York. Prices, deliveredat
Railroad Station or River Landing
cured at Fresno county, in this State, The excursion to the coast was a grand may be made The a best considerable to source the of in any Florida, given upon application.
revenue. way gather
that nice. I have three About thousand of the
were very "success. one orange blossoms is to spread under the Analysis guaranteed.
hundred trees that will fruit this sea citizens of Orange City improved the boughs sheets of any kind and then shake .-.-.

son, and expect to plant twenty opportunity to visit old ocean by rail. the tree. The shaking of the tree will GnDs,'AlDmuDltloD, Ete.
, acres next season. i am now planting The crowd was swelled by large delegations not injure in any way the fruit, as the Every one in want of anything in this
petals of the mature flowers will fall line, should write for prices to
t1 15,000 cuttings in and haveno from Jacksonville Palatka
nursery, ,
when gently Shaken, as they would fall ROCKWELL & KINNE,
' lack of faith in them as the coming Sanford, Enterprise, DeLand, Lake by themselves under the slightest breeze. Successors to Nichols. Rockwell & Co.,
I fig." Helen and other places to such an extent The sour and bitter sweet orange blos- 38 West Bay street

,. that although every car belong soms will be accepted at the same price,
Trucking in Florida. ing to the road was pressed into serv- but should be packed separately. THE CHAMPION FENCE WORKS
Flowers gathered in the morning shouldbe
Four or five years ago the Whitmore ice, it was found necessary to procurea forwarded same day when possible
Brothers, of Boston, purchased a large number from the Jacksonville ana if gathered too late for this they shouldbe E. M. WESTON, Manager.

body of land on the west side of the Tampa road. Even a number flat spread for the night in a cool dry Works at Waycross Depot,

lake, two or three miles south of Kis- cars were seated, and made to do place. Pack in small packages to avoid (In centre of E.Bean's Packing-House)
simmee. They were without knowl. duty. When the long train movedout I pounds heating.are Cloth suggested.sacks,. holding 15 to 20 Jacksonville, Fla.

edge of farming, especially as con- under the careful eye of conductor This Is the cheapest and roost desirable

ducted in this section, consequentlytheir Hawkins, the waving of flags, thee The South Arredondo Fruit and BESSEMER Fence now made.STEEL It Is WIRE made of and tue Yeliow best

efforts the first season booming of cannon and the shouts of f Wine Company we learn, will have in Pine Picket! Orders for Fencing promptly
discouraging, it might be almost the people, all testified to the gloriousfact readiness to place on the market early attended. Come and see samples.I .
called failure in fact muchso that and the Atlantic am sole agent for the Counties of Duval,
a so Orange City in the Fall 15,000 gallons of nonalcoholic Clay, St.Johns, Marlon and Ala hua for the
that they placed their land in the coast are bound together by new wines, consisting of Orange, Champion Fence Machines. Machine can
hands of Mr. Cannon for sale. Theireffort That last the be seen In operation at my works.E. -
ties. at muddy chasm Strawberry, Blackberry and Scupper- M. WESTON,
tfie"-.V Becond season returned bet-, is bridged. nong Grapes. Manager.




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county of the State, its resources are abundance, of excellent quality, suitedto orange grower. The handsome and
ploridiana, unlimited, its climate unsurpassed, its many of our daily needs, at prices fine grained Jaffa and Malta, the
soil,equals"any in any civilized country much trouble than we now pay. The heavy seedless Navel, the noble Hali-
JEFFERSON COUNTY. almost'every-agricultural productis only has been the want of a fax King, the rich and heavy bearing
raised 'to perfection in its borders, machine for the extraction of this fibre, Homosassa, and the late, green tinted
its hundreds of of and this machine, we are warranted in Hart's Tardiff
acres fruit lemons
A Four Thousand Acre Farm. pear groves :grape ,
and vineyards, fig, pecan, walnut, pomegranate saying, will soon be perfected and puton and plate after plate of brightest,
E. B. Bailey, of Jefferson :county, peach, plum, orange (killed the market. We have st en many heaviest, most delicious looking fruit,
is one of the largest planters in Flor- by frost last winter, suppose we have skeins of fibres thus worked out which complete the display and speak loudlyto
ida; he has 4,000 under cultivation, had fifteen crops in twenty years, anderhaps furnish evidence patent to the senses the transient world of what Floridain
1,000 of which is free from, of the marketable value of the
stumps.He > more profit in one crop in ten pro- general can do and of what Ormand
''grinds his own corn and saws his years than,ten successive crops in some duct. And all these are from plantsto in particular has done. Halifax fruitis
own lumber by 'water power at two countries) and other fruits attest its be found in the greatest abundance, certainly gaining an enviable repu-
splendid water mills'-upon his place, fruit producing capacity; its church costing nothing save for collection. tation. CORRE.
,having in connection therewith facilities and school facilities are excellent ; From the cabbage and saw palmetto, i
for cutting preserving thousands of there are free schools in the countythree the maguey, the yucca, and several An Alachua Plantation.
tons of the finest ensilage or hay as, the to five months in the year, and others the product is exceptionally fine Smithville was formerly known as
case may be. He will fatten 1,000 ten months in town ; its healthfulnessis under the manipulations of this machinery the great Ormand plantation. This
beeves and ship 1,000 tons of hay. not excelled by any country; its per. and its accompanying process. valuable property contained one time
Speaking of the resources of Jefferson fect freedom from pestilence and epidemics Here is a true gold mine. more than 1,000 acres of good pine
county he says: is shown by life insurance For many years we talked and won- and hammock lands. The acreage,
"We can feed stock at about one dered over the vast accumulations of
charges being less than in some sections however, is now reduced to 500, Mr.
tenth the cost North. We can get offa of other States ;.it is noted for clean shells which are found in many Smith having during his occupation'
crop of Irish potatoes, tomatoes, the hospitality and honesty of i its peo- places in East Florida. Knowledgetakes disposed of the worst lands and consequently -
water melons, oats,'etc, in May, June, ple. Monticello, chief town of Jefferson hold of these loose shells, mixes retains the best. More than t
July and in August'can cut'beggar county,is twenty-eight miles from cement with them, and out of the new 400 acres in pine, the balance being
weed (a spontaneous growth and'com Tallahassee, the capital, and twenty compound the Ponce de Leon is built. hammock.Of .
plete stock food, which by analysis of miles south of Thomasville, Ga., andis From these we have a material for the 600 acres 100 are under
Professor' Meyers, of the Mississippi the cleanest and healthiest little inland building more durable than brick, fence, sixty are in cultivation and
Agcicultural College is worth $18.00 town of 1,500 inhabitants in the more beautiful and less costly than strange, nevertheless truthful, several
per ton,) at1'a'very small cost for mow South. The drives in and around the coquina-ths supply is inexhaustible, acres of this cultivated oU pine land
i ing. The ensilage yield being from town; in connection with the finest liv- the quality unexceptionable. How has been in regular cultivation since
ten'to thirty tons, and proportionately ery in the State, are the delight of all much of our natural wealth, equally 1856. Its yield this accordingto
less for hay. We can plant in Augustor visitors. It is one hundred and forty abundant, is still hid? the theory of experts year is as follows :
September turnips, rye, etc. We miles'west of Jacksonville and thirty We import millions of dollars' worthof 3,000 pounds of sugar, 400 pounds of
can add cottonseed 'meal (our native miles north of the deep waters of the jute every year, simply because we lint cotton, 500 bushels of sweet pota-
product'and the most concentrated and Gulf of Mexico. have no manual labor as cheap as that toes, thirty bushels of corn acre
nutritious stock food in the world at of India for the o'f the wood per
) In climate, soil, good seasons or separation and this without an ounce of artificial
really no legitimate cost, as we use it healthfulness all combined, there is no from the fibre. So did wealth lie hid fertilizer. True the land has been
as fertilizer: and its passage through other section of the world that equals in the soil of the South until inventive composted with muck, oak leaves and
stock does not take from its,fertilizing genius us the cottin gin. How
Middle Florida, and its advantagesonly gave straw. Irish potatoes, rice, rye, oats,
properties, but renders it most available need to be advertised to get in long before some benefactor of his race peas, melons, and all vegetables grow
for plant food. Professor Stewart, people and capital to develop it and shall give us machinery hich will do there.
of New York, in his book on feeding make it the garden spot of America, the work? He will be greater than One of the largest orange trees in
animals, places cotton seed meal at a and most prosperous section." Edison, and will make the cultivationof the State stands near the residence.It .
value of $2.30 per one hundred It will interest many of our readers jute more profitable than that of our is by actual measurement fortytwofeet
pounds,compared to cornmeal at $1.12, to know that Mr. Bailey is a native fruits. Will the universal Yankee nation high, and two feet from the groundis
oats ninety-eight cents, and good hay Floridian, but thirty-one years of age. "give up" such a problem as that? six feet and ten inches in circum-
seventy-five cents per one hundred .. -Palatka News. ference. Its actual yield is from
pounds. We can raise corn here as Our Natural Wealth. choice Con
5,000 to 6,000
cheap as Illinois, by getting up stumps For the'first time the native wealthof The Halifax. nected with the residence oranges.is a four
and using proper implements. I Florida is attracting general atten Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: acre grove, about one-half of which is
planted, a piece of land last,year in tion. Knowledge and scientific attain- This region still continues to attract in bearing ; also, some LeConte pear
Irish' in corn for silo ments'are the much attention from fruit and
potatoes January, examining productionsof growers trees, plums, peaches, and other fruit
in,May,,peas in August and rye in our State, and with these a'thousand from tourists. The latter run over trees and shrubs. On the margin of
October; four'successive crops on same sources of revenue will soon be discov- from Palatka to spend the day at the hammock is a beautiful four year
land,in one '''year, !the' rye extending ered. A gentleman carried pieces of Ormond or Daytona in the great for- old seven-acre orange grove.
into this'year. Tsaved all the rye for our soft brick.home with him last win- est orange groves or on the river or .S .
seed, except one-half acre, which was ter, discovered 'by analysis: 'what'was beach and return to Palatka or Jack- Dr. A. Schaffranek, the well-known
cut as needed,-'and fed ten head of ]lacking, and by'simple 'and inexpensive sonville at night. The orange growers scientist and botanist, has anew plant
cattle for. four months, with'only small addition: of cotton";seed that cost clay{'a. brick 'which rings under ,the of the Ormond oranges in the exhibitions been given no name. The plant was
ten .cents'per bushel.. I cut, 'enough: hammer'like'steel, and is of the finest and of the generous returns on produced by fertilizing the bloom of
beggar weed and crab'grass,hay from: quality. Here is the. germ of a,'pro- shipments of Halifax fruit. Just now an Irish potato plant, with the flowerof
about two acres to feed sixteen mules cess;which 'will make millionaires in the Putnam House, of Palatka, has a tomato plant, thus producing the
for six months, instead of pulling fod- the future. secured a large part of Ormond's and seeds from which the plant grew. The
der, which is'more damage to,the corn 'Wood engraving.has'now become so Orlando's exhibit, and delights its Doctor does not know just what kind
than the fodder Is worth. :Ex-Gove-' popular;that:'boxwood has been made Northern guests with a glorious spreadof of crop the plant will produce. It is .
nor George F. Drew, made in,,adjoin very'costly-a'specialist'obtainedsome the bright, golden -hammock fruit. possible that*the plant will produce to- v
ing county on'poor land by manuring, of our dogwood and shipped,it to,New Many Northerners are surprised to matoes on the branches and Irish po- \
135 bushels of corn to the acre; 'We can York, where ,it ,has been thoroughlytried know that there is more than one variety tatoes on the roots, in which event, a
make,'from four hundred; to six bun and found "entirely suited' I to all of oranges, and few have knownof friend of the Doctor's suggests that it 1 '..
dred gallons of syrup to the, acre and the purposes of the;'engraver.: Now'a morn than the Mandarin, Navel be named'the "Dumb-bell."-Palatka
two hundred to'six'' hundred bushels of distinguished; botanist ,informs us that and common orange. So in viewingthe News.
sweet potatoes to the acre. Our 'Le- heih+> found a wood still better; and Ormond display, they, wonder at
Gonte pear,,trees are free from blight, i that'we' have enough to supply'' the the variety as well as at'the beauty of feet There in circumference is a magnolia four tree,feet thirteen above
the fruit, most delicious, can be pulled I present demand of the world for 'one, the fruit To their eyes the numer-
and kept ten days to ripen, an,excel- I hundred years. "From 'this source ous ornamental oranges, the myrtle the ground on D. W. King's, place at
Fort Lake
Mason the
lent shipping quality;,can .be cannedor alone one hundred thousand dollars with its clustering fruit and tiny leaf, near
is said t
evaporated;' the yield is'enormous per annum will be poured into Florida the spice'or cleopatra with its deep, red be House. This magnolia tree to '
the in the State.
and profits.immense. when these facts are generally color and smell, the Chinese Kumquat .- largest
known. the peculiar "nutmeg," and Vegetable farmers in Alachuav
Jefferson county is the banner We have plants indigenous to our then the enormous Mandarins and the county complain that many tomato': .
i county of the State. ,More of its chief soil and calling for no cultivation, great flat Satsuma, are as interesting. plants have been killed by the dry.
crop, cotton, is produced than in any which can be made to furnish fibres in to them as they are to the eyes of the ; weather. ,*'* .
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If the "horns must go" it would sary to overcome the loss of heat from HARDWARE !
I Live (Stock;. seem that the more practicable and' exposure to the cold. For this reasonit
: humane way would be to breed them is equally important that cows shouldbe -
: : : ::: :: : : IA
.. out, for as long as "dehorning" meansa sheltered from severe cold as much,
DehorningCattle.. painful and disfiguring operation, to as possible. If the milk is blue
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: 0 be repeated year after year, endlessly, in cold weather few stop to thin that GEO. L. McCoNiHE,
I notice that the various stock pa- it cannot become popular. A serious the reason is that the carbon in the

pers in the country frequently bring drawback to the dairyman breedingthem food which should go into cream and (New Building at Old Stand.)
up the subject of dehorning cattle, off, is in the fact that the horn- butter has,been taken by the cow to

some favoring the practice, others less cattle, the Polled-Augus and maintain animal heat. In other words, 40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
strongly opposed to i it. ,One, ,claims Galloways are beef, and not milk pro- the cow has practically been eating I
that it is an unwarranted cruelty, and ducers. cream and butter, which is certainlytoo
a' disfigure to the animal who is madeto The owner a herd of handsome Jerseys expensive either as feed or fuel.-

suffer it, while another considers the would be loth to mar the delicate I Breeders' Journal. Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves and Tlnwart.
practice justifiable and commendableon beauty of form or even to lose House Furnishing Goods, Granite and
the grounds of humanity to man the small, wax-like horns, that Stock Farm in Putnam County. Agate Ware. Sash, Doors, Blinds,

and beast. An important feature i. e. are almost harmless, and certainly an G. "W.Priest, living near Como, whois Oils.Iron and Agricultural SteeL Rope Implements, Belting, ,
how to do.it safely, appears to receive ornament to the deer like head and one of the oldest, settlers in the Hose and Packing. Pumps,
but little attention in the heated controversy face, by crossing with a large framed county, and whose views on farm work Steam and Water Plp
over the proposed custom. shapeless animal, and one too, of inferior and stock are well worth studying, as and Fitting, Four
Dr. Horne, a veterinary surgeon, It is vexed Steel Galvanized
milking qualities. a his long and practical experience has *
Fence Wire,
condemns in
dehorning unmeasuredterms question. E. L. R. caused him to become thoroughly familiar Mantels,
and suggests several methods of with just what is best to do on Grates, '0'
fixing the horns of a bull or cow to in- Management of Bulls. a Florida farm, is very fond of improved EtaAgent
sure safety. Mr. John Boyd, of Chi- The writer bulls
having kept nearlyall stock, and has paid as muchas
cago.claims! that dehorning a bull renders the time for more than thirty twenty dollars for one sow, and has
him useless for breeding purposes. years, and never having had one that sold several hogs that would weigh
The Southern Live Stock Journal vicious handle when dressed. For
was or dangerous to three hundred pounds
says: "Domestic cattle have no use for : while others to his knowledge have His Berkshires thrive splendidly and
1 horns. In their wild nature, these ap scarcely had one that was kept till make all the meat he can use, besides Orange Lightning Powder, Farmers' Friend
and Boss Plows, Oil Stoves,
of warfare and Dangler Perry
pendages tyranny were
two years old that did not become too furnishing a number of porkers for
&Co's Celebrated Stoves and Ranges,
I well enough, to protect the uncivilized ugly to be safely kept, feels that much market every season. He owns an Southern (St. Louis) White Lead,
animal and herd from the merciless
depends on proper management No extensive herd of cattle, keeping at Ma ury's Pure Colors In Oil,
attacks and injuries of wild animals of calf that is to be kept for a bull shouldbe least fifty breading cows on hand at Masury's Railroad&Liquid
prey. But this is a day of a high played with or handled around the all times. He says that the full- Paints, Fairbanks'
state of civilization with cow-kind as head in a way to get them to attemptto blooded Jersey is a failure with him,, Standard Scales.

well as mankind. The natural hook or butt, as they almost invari- the half-breeds obtained from Georgiado 49-Tln Roofing,Sheet Iron,Copper and Tin
viciousness of the cow-kind, in its present ably will if treated in this way. Most well and make the best milkers.He Work to order.PIANOS .
domestic state, is almost gone. young creatures that are thrifty and says the short horn cattle are the
Constant handling, kind treatment, frolicsome and young bulls will many best for Florida, and if brought here
intelligent breeding,-has made of the time act when loose in the yard as if young, so that they could be accli-- ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS
wild and ferocious cow, a gentle, ready for a fight. In such cases the mated, they would be the most valu-
patient, affectionate creature,the faith-
keeper should pay no attention to able cattle. Genuine
ful servant of mankind. The wild their antics, further than a light cuff 4 Bargains.
nature originally possessed by the Breed Good Calves.It .
if they refuse to go where they should; -
cow, has been bred out. A really but club them is plain enough to the enquirerthat
never whip or to get Being Sole Agents in the South for
vicious cow is an exception-not often their temper up. Before they are a the dairymen who are the most
met with. The bull would doubtlessbe CHICKERING, MASON & HAMLIN, MA-
year old they should have a ring in successful are those who seek to improve -
gentle and kindly disposed himself; the nose by which they should ever their stock. Scrub bulls do not THUSHEK, BENT & ARION

but he is badly managed and badly after be led, and if at any time they pay. It pays to breed good calves
brought up. Having long, sharp should incline to be too familiar with and raise the females for the dairy ; PIANOS
horns, he Boons learns to know their'. their horns a sharp twitch upon the better than to sell off the cows when I
value for mischief. Having once inflicted ring will teach them good manners. they are dry and substitute others in

injury to person or animal with They should early be taught that you their place. Pursuing such a system
said horns in a fit of exceptional mad- are their friend and master ; thereforeno dairymen would witness an annual improvement ORGANS,

ness-perhaps under aggravating circumstances one that is inclined to fear them or on the average, with all the .
-he is ruined forever- herds that would add thousandsof
abuse them should have
anything to many
that is, he will never do to trust again, do with them. It is an excellent planto dollars to the value of their pro PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.
for he has learned the power for whichhe have them mated with an ox or stag ducts. Good feeding, pure water, dry
is capable of wielding by reason of and worked enough for sufficient ex- quarters, and clean,management of the Everyone given benefit of our one price system
and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy
said horns. ercise. They can be worked regu- milk and butter are, of course, very terms of payment,and payment of freight assumed -
Of course manufacturers of buttons larly if well kept and are not over necessary ; but the most important of steamboat by us landing.to Purchaser's nearest R. R.or
and knife handles, and such like, heated, and it is better than close con- all is to keep pure-bred bulls.
would feel the loss if cow horns or bull finement. If not convenient to work -
horns were they can by puttinga
farmers crop-but they could easily post strongly in the ground, of suit- We want Holsteins and Ayrshiresfor VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-
supply their place with other material able height, to the top of which a the general milk and cheese sup- CORDEONSand
j just as serviceable perhaps. As a sweep or strong pole is attached, so ply, we want Shorthorns and Here-
r matter of ornamentation, we admit that it will turn on a pivot, with holesin fords for their beef, but the country all kinds of small instruments offered at
lowest prices. Send for our Illustrated cata
there is some reason why farmers and one end in which to put a bow, wants the Jersey for her buttersolet logue.
stockmen should prefer horns; but for with a light leading pole in the first us have an end to the opposition
utility .itself, horns are absolutely' one at a suitable distance; then yokein which this breed has met with for -
valueless; moreover they are a' positive the bull He who wins. *
attaching a rope or leading forty years. Artist'Materials .
disadvantage, to the welfare of chain to the ring in the nose and to The "general purpose cow" is ,an impossible Picture Frame.,
both man and beast. the leading pole and leave him to ex- animal. Let each farmer de- Fine Pictures

HORNS MUST GO. ercise himself.-Practical Farmer. cide whether all circumstances point to Fancy Good.,
The advocates of dehorning, and of 4 a beef, a milk, or a butter breed, and Album., Stationery.
breeding off the horns, are becoming Corn Meal for Milch Cows. choose his stock accordingly.-Live
stronger in numbers and louder in In cold weather some part of the Stock Montfily. Music We ,can Art save_or Fancy JOU money Goods.In Writ anything us ifcr in
voice, year by year. One by one our cow's ration should be corn meal. It .. prices.
best and most prominent agriculturaland may not be better than linseed or cot- Vegetation is booming and is far.in
stock journals,are becoming-con tonseed meal freed from husk, but far- advance of that of a year ago. A -
verts to the "no horn" side, and are mers have become accustomed to its stranger looking upon our trees can
( making the fight on that side, and are use, and are in less danger of overfeed- scarcely realize that we ever experi- LUDDEN & BATES, S. M.H.
converting thousands." ing. Some kind of oily food is neces- enced a frost-1-Waldo Advertizer. SAVANNAH, GA.





SHAMEFUL ABUSE to give the world this statement regarding I using the remedy he so highly recommends -
\t Poul Itz'y. Heaped.upon a Noted Englishmanfor the value of Warner's safe and get well, while the rich
His Open Honesty. cure. I make this statement on factsI and able depend upon the perjudiced
WM ED. ROBSON, M. D., L. R. C. am prepared to produce and sub- doctors and die !
Insect Pests.
S. 'I., M. K. Q. C. P. I., late of the stantiate. I appeal to physicians of
Editor. FLORIDA DISPATCH: Royal Navy of England, has got into large practice who know how common .A.JLElS: : !
. Can you or any of the readers of professional trouble for writing the and deceptive diseases of the kidneysare
the DISPATCH tell"us what to do to get following letter to the editor of the to lay aside professional prejudice,
rid of chicken I fleas ? These fleas London Family Doctor: give their patients Warner's safe cure, THE
seem to be a new thing in this section, "I believe it to be the duty of every restore them to perfect health, earn
having appeared the past season on physician to make known any meansor their gratitude, and thus be true phy-
one or two places and have spread remedy whereby sickness can be pre sicians." Most Southern City of Florida.
until every hennery is alive with them. vented, and it is for this purpose I "I am satisfied that more than one-
They resemble the common flea, but write tofgive' my experience both here half of the deaths which occur in England -
are as large as the head nf a small and abroad. 1 ask the publication of are caused,primarily, by impaired -- '
pin. They bite and suck like'a tick, the statement that people may be action of the kidneys, and the conse-
and'when so doing are very difficult' warned before it is too late, to say to quent retention: in the blood of the Deep wa'er RaIlroad Terminus. Fertile
to dislodge. Their bite does not them that there is at hand a means by poisonous uric and kidney acid.Varner's Kiuit and Vegetable Lands. High Kolllng I
poison like the common flea and no which they may bejfreatored to perfect \ safe cure causes the kidneys Pine Lands Climate.lor Rulldin Mnguldcpiii?. Balmy Sun and and Salubrious Pea-

after effect is noticed. They hop and health. It is well known to the medical to expel this poison, checks the escape Batblnsr.valids' Sanitarium.The Sportmeu's Tue Paradise.PleasureSeekers'Resort. ", The In.
run like the ordinary flea, but are world-fandJindeed}: to"the laity, of albumen, relieves the inflammationand
mod sluggard and are easily caught that a certain disease is making a terrible prevents illness from impairedand
when seen on the person. If they havoc; that next to consumptionit impoverished blood. Having had
were confined to hen houses the ordinary is the most fatal, and that when fully more than seventeen years' experiencein Fine Opportunities for Invest- .
precautions taken for lice and developed ,there is nothing to be done my profession, I conscientiously and ment. .
other vermin might prove effectual, for the sufferer." emphatically state that I have been
but unlike them, they spread out on "Physicians and scientists have long able to give more relief and effect more 20,000 CITY LOTS.
the sand and are found wherever the been trying to throw light upon the cures by the use Warner's safe cure .

chickens have run. They seem to cause, and if possible, find in nature a than by all the other medicines ascer- .,...ea:. b n o
breed on the open sand, and when medicine for this fatal malady. They tainable to the profession, the majorityof I A. .r:ll-.4W.!
any one passes by they can be seen have shown, absolutely, that the blood. which, I am sorry to say, are very "II a ru..wn'f[: ; t I
hopping to the uncertain in their action." :.;.... I I ..wz.l -
up'on person, women purifying organs of vital importance, .. -l-+-tl '!Ft.t'rl": .
particularly, on account of their are the kidneys, and that when they "Isn't that a straightforward, manly ..'I t:.' A. L-- : .

skirts, pick them up by hundreds. once fail, the poison which they should I letter?" .ff..o.":"Uu\.....;; ....Y I I T -,_:-.'
When one enters the house to clean it "Indeed it is." .1''L. ..ncl.ftl.-r: I
take; out of the blood is carried by the 'C roa IDLe 3 '
GI fS!
he becomes alive with these "Well but do know the author ".e!.,,24,- i -...
fairly blood into every part of the body, developing you \"-. ,.tI lit .
fleas. One curious feature is that the disease." has been dreadfully persecuted for 6A.... tr.\C./;" ';.'f..!'":....:..__._, ..._. _a. ,
chickens themselves the 'In in I writing it ?" w 11 ,,';.f"tf t.t .
except very my hospital practice England, : -. ,.. r.
young ones, seem to suffer no ill con- India[ and South America, and also "How soVhat has he done to LA C 0-1.I ;* '' .. ;;'I/ \:. Vi
their feathers merit it?" -N ,.?*\.. -l. t
sequence. Though are while a surgeon in the&Royal Navy, of Tyf "" ; t : -- .' i
full of vermin they remain healthy Great Britain, I gave a great deal of "Done ? He has sp -ken the truth Q:.'- ....h.t..J."- .. '::."I.",...J...,,',. ..I. lJ \
and lay ,well. : : I attention to the*study of diseases of 'out of school,' and his fellow physi- J tff .:. c. ..II'.:r..L.. -1t
But to other stock and human ; cians who the think t ..,.. \ r : t=
to the; kidneys and urinary organs, and want public 1 \ 1 ",..r Jo ,
beings they are such an intolerable found[ that not only was the cure of they have a ruonoply in curing diseases ,'1'f.:; '. ... ...:......"_........; 4n'J,.
nuisance that several of my neighborshave chronic Bright's Disease hopeless, but are terribly angry with him for !. ... I .0.f-:.fI ,:: ". .."'- ..'1.rJ' I
sold off their whole stock and that kidney disease was remarkably admitting professional inability to '. :'II., ---.. '.
ceased, to keep fowls, and, we will,all prevalent ; much more so than generally reach certain disorders." 'J f -- .. '-.
have: to, do it if some remedy. .is.not known, and was the cause of the "That letter created a wonderful ; '. l-\"fttwV *-
found. majority of cases of sickness, and further sensation among the titled classes and aI I ,' v.t;
I need not say that everything we that the medical profession has the public. This jarred the doctors I .:.ot.-- .- i
could think of has been tried, but as no remedy which exerts any absolute terribly. The College of Surgeons I
the fleas are not confined to the hen control over those organs in disease." and) Queen's College, from which institution Wide Broad streets avenues every every two four hundred hundred leet.) feet One

house, nothing has yet'' had any effect.It I "Some time ago when I bad a case he was graduated, asked fran ( hundred fresh air spacious assured.! Public A magniflceut Parks. Beach.Plenty 100 of
makes no difference how the which resisted all regular treatment explanation of his unprofessionalconduct feet wide and. five miles long is laid out in a
chickens cared and notified him that unlesshe Hclendld drive and boulevard situated In
are kept for.
My which is very limitedcomplicatedwith Monroe county,3u miles south of Punta Gor-
fowls have the range of fifteen acres the passing of stones from the made a retraction they would disci- da on the most southern habitable portionof
of grove, and their house has been kidneys, much against my will I permitted pline him." toe Peninsular the Gulf Coast. I
kept so clean that I have never been my patient to use Warner'ssafe "The doctor replied that he allowedhis i

troubled with mites, lice or ordinary cure, of which I had heard mar- patients to make use of Warner'ssafe : An Ideal City in Tropical Florida.
vermin the fleas bad with only after all the regular ; I
yet are as velous results. In his case the result cure
with me ,as with my neighbors, who was simply marvelous, as the attackwas methods had failed, and when he was' Blocks 200x10) feet Lots 50x100 feet. With
take no pains with their fowls.I a severe one, and development very satisfied that there was no possible 20 feet laue. 2i per cent.of proceeds devoted -
have written at considerable grave, for an analysis showed percent. hope for them. U length on this subject, but it is a seri- of albumen and granular tube casts." after having used Warner's sate cure, t
ous one with us. All my neighborsare "The action of the medicine was he was so much surprised<<1 that he wrote Lots Ten Dollars Each.
.in my fix, and unless we can get singular and incomprehensible to me. the above letter to the Family Doctor.
rid of' the fleas, chicken raising in this I had never seen anything like it. The He regretted that the faculties found Odd numbers will be BOld for ninety day
of Florida will have fault with his .ction in the matter but without reserve. Rare inducements to those
to ,
part go. patient recovered promptly, and is i today seekln homes In Tropical Florida.
All success to the DISPATCH. I a well and healthy man. This be could not conscientiously retract For information, maps,circulars,etc., call ,
subscribed to several agricultural pub stimulated my inquiry into the meritsof the facts as written to the Family Doc- on or address

lications, but while they were good for the remedy, and after analysis I tor." JOHN A. GRAHAM,
other parts of the country, they were found it to be of purely vegetable: char- "The faculties of both colleges re General Manager Naplei Town Imp. Co., (#
no good in South Florida. In the acter, harmless to take under all cir plied that unless he retracted they 13 Monawk Block (over Postofflce), I
DISPATCH I find precisely what is cumstances." should cut him off, which would naturally Jacksonville, Florida.
needed in this country, and would not "Casting aside all professional prejudice debar him from again practicing I
be without it if the price were three I {gave it a thorough trial as I his profession, and also prevent his
times what it is was anxious that my patients shouldbe securing another appointment in the ,

CHAS. P. FOSDICL restored to health, no matter by Royal Navy !" .1 t
. Longwood, Fla., March 3, 1887. what medicine. I prescribed it in a The illustrious doctor's dilemma is Authorized Agent: .
-- great variety of cases, Acute, Chronic, certainly an unpleasant one>, empha- R. G. ROBINSON fc Co., Orlando,Fla.J. 1
One of the greatest drawbacks that Sright'a Disease, Congestion of the sizing, as it does, both his own hon. C.. E.L.MITCH MITCHELL BIX,,Talih Jam pa<, Fla.ee. Fla. .
new beginners in poultry! raising have, Kidneys, Catarrh of.the Bladder, and esty, and the contemptible prejudiceand JAS. P.SNow& Co.. Boston Mas. *.
is the desire to crowd fifty fowls int- in everv instance did it speedily effecta bigotry of English medical men. BANDI.IN F.J. HINSOX A NILES Halnet, Key West, Fla. .
the space that half that number should cure/ The masses, however having no sym E. M. GRAHAM, uraldeatown, Fla.
T. C.WATSON, Penaacola, Pia.CABLETOX .
occupy. "For this reason I deem it my duty pathy with their nonsense, keep on &CBAWFORD,Fort Ogden, Fla.2h .., .'.'
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]\\1arr: etiIl side that, I as could their make guarantee in other, but ways what be Remarkable Success !

guarantee was there for labor ? One DR. SCOTT'S.GENUINE ELECTRIC BELTSProbably
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thing I guarantee to labor i. e. rags .
Some Ideas Not
Entirely New, and poverty stop, no sir truth is never since the health and good feeling
But Progressive.Editor Invention of Belts and come back. They are con-
FLORIDA DISPATCH mighty and will prevail, and justicewill Supporters has so large a ,a -k atructed on scientific principles
: demand been created as P PRICE R I [( r 0 ON H ,imparting an exhil
Some one eke has said little: acorns at, last be done and as the great now exists Helt.forDr.Over>cott'sElectric sev- I aratinghealth-giving rent to the whole' system.cur-
wheel makes its
sometimes that r.w on a small of.nature revolution, enteen thousand |Itwple in The celebrated Jlr. W.thecityofYewYorkalnne .

tree, become scattered over the very face 01 it brings about Evolution. We have wearing them dai York A. Hammond lormerl Surgeon of Newarenow I

amount of facts records and Tbeyurerecommended S S3 00 sw T Ifi lAt l GeneraloflhetJ.S.Army,
any ,
the country, and occasionally one that by the most learned physician lately lectured upon this |
figures to that reductionin in the treatment of s subject, and advised all
has a strong germ in it takes ro it and prove every alt Mule and FemaleWeakness. medical men to make trial
rates, and every concession: to urhepeople" Nervous Of these agencies Ue crlb-
grows into a large tree-"the pride of and (Jencrtil Debility, tag at the oume time most
has been for great and extf' Itheuiimtixin. 1'urnlv- remarkable cures he had
the forest You
etc. see it is by a Bis. etiraleia. Sciatica made even in cases which

law of nature, fitness, that this is thus, sive good. So if we can accomplishgood A-Mlmi"" Dyspep. i would seem hopeless
KryMpelii* -
so ideas that were once hooted are to for ourselves, while helping sin. I>'>ale.., hpilepar.I'nint : ; Price $3.00_on_Tnal 1,
others why not make our lay in himJbd'. We will end either
day grand and palpable truths-sub- goose lips IJufli, < a ti Gent.'s or Lady Belt on
of M i" i
stantial things. The same as we have two eggs a day instead of one ? The Kidney Disr.iMCS*. Liver au3 trial post-paid receipt
of $3. guaranteeing safe'nr"1
advanced in the arts and sciences we idea of helping infant industries has t.Henrt.!! im..aircdclrcu-It quickly'''- delivery. State nlze waist
!' when ordering Lady's Belt
been quite popular why not the idea .11110,I.
shall in political r by money order or
progress government,
There I!*no waiting along draft at our risk or currency
there shall be changes and improve- of helping the poor ? Why not help time for results. ElectrouKiicaism eoR.ScnTr t ei in registered letter.
our "infant industries ?" "Infants"that acts quickly; GENUINE @ r A 1dre* G}EO.:; SCOTT'.
ments in our customs and( usages, and generally the flrst week = felt Hrondwny cor
have been thus helped have more frequently the drat aECTtilt: p lath >c., Ne\r \ ork.dayandotenovendarifR .
some fashions, and each change comes grownto For sale at all drug stores.
he giants, and would to God our the tint hour they ure Take none but Dr.Scott's
about, as it were, of itself; it comes worn their wonderful curative I 1'' Genuine. See name Is on
land was full of giants. And just one powers tire felt. s. theboxandbelt..lltvayaThe
so gradually that we hardly know mind become ac- :: :,r! utrnllonthipaper.,
when it Now I line more, this orange industry; is a tire the nerves and slug,1.(, Call and exiunine our |
want to ,
comes. say wish circulation are stimulated Thmc BrlH urn for male goods. c >r. Broadway and

that if any man, or set of men, who great giant, but he is flat of his back and all the old-time nt yonrimmeJlutevieio- lnribut If not l3thSt.overtiturTheatte.In ---- 'U"_.
have been the pets or objects < f favor now But. I hope the Inter-State ThefollowlnsrnrereJl1'e- A AY liy.i ..*iul. direct to Dr. Robinson Rk..Rob'son.Ill.
Commerce bill will be one of the means entative TentiraonlalM 1WTH f*<0TT. Mia Broadway, The sixth Belt received
and patronage at the expense of the | of the thousands we arreef \YWCSW 1\ v Hew York. and futisfiictory.. Their
of helping him on his feet. There are ivtnjr. AM quick cure rheumatism
tolling, tax-ridden masses, and he, or 2121 Henrietta StM Philiu Enrh In ntnpeil with the hverand kidney troubles,
lots of slu inhering giants in this gloriou Dr. Scott: Your belt has name Pall AUII Electric and debility are wonder
they, expect to stay the progress tf'vox I cured me of rheumatism A..'n of J'Oiulon ful. It gives me pleusureofandaronndthekidneys
climate, and if they were awakened to recommend them to
( :populi), Goi! Almighty'slaw8, will which medicine had failedto suffering friends. A. P. ,
be 'smashed up. I am no sou of, a and harnessed in the chariot of popn help. W. H. UPJOHN. t111..._ Sateen Belts at S .OO. WOOIMVOIITII.Cashier.

lar rights, but I stop talking for thu Dr. Scott's Article $5.
prophet, but I am a a m of a gun if Electric Suspensory, the Genuine ,
imo glory hallalujah let us shout.
there isn't a big change coming) over BalUmore, Md. Cedar Falls la. resting., Your goods are thor
the time is close at hand when n*., all Intense nervous debility has This Belt his done me more oughly rellable.
our: old ways and means, and we have been my troub'e for years. Physicians good' In a short time than all the ALBERT KRUG.
it in direct and will have equal righ s-when Florida: and their medicines did medicine 1 ever took. Peoria III
our to guide
|power not help me. I finally derived E. MEADE.
these and that can send produce to the West as cheat great relief from Dr.Scott's Eleo- |''Houston. Mich. I suffered' from kidney, liver,
events changes so they and nervous trouble for tw..lyeEast
trio Belt. L. H. MILLER. Dr. Scott's Electric Belt ha
as the West can send truck to Floi y ars. Dr. Scott's Electric Belt
will accomplish the good to Berlin. Pa. cured my brother! severe hack-
greatest Your Belt has cured me of Insomnia ache from whith he has sufferedeight entirely cured me after all other
ida. Come in this chorus
) join me : rpmf'f1t. had failed.: Ills Electric
the greatest number, and still protect and nervousness and has years. Mr father 70: years!
aleohadwonderfuleflectonNen-, not walk 100 Hair Brush has cured my
could yiirrt! :
No armies" here .
more "hungry
the sacred rights and justly acquired mUlo affection> of the chest after wearing the Belt one mont h Neuralgia.B. .
WT P N' PT.n. SELL. he walked nine miles without
property of the few. I !Mcott'ii Electric Cornets enre'and' prevent sickne 8. IL $1.50, |2. and f.1
Now, I have got a little idea to uib Rare: Water Lilies DB.SCOTT'S ELECTRIC: HAIR BRUSHES.: $L $1.50, nand 13. DR.SCOTT'S EI.KCTRIC (S OLES.50 cts.

wit to the people of our country : 10,000 agent wanted, quick Males liberal pay, untiifnrtlon gnnw-nn'.I.

Suppose that some of our railroads Jted. White. Blue, I ..... _
Yellow. Pink, Pezy1va>is *i.tsrj t cri YCTS, r ,
that have land should .
large grants
say Purple Earquhar's Standard Ent
to the world, come, come on we give ; CHOICE- aWEAVERORCAN8 -. and Saw

every man forty acres, and we will sell a" Plants I

him forty more Hffj lining at 8250 to Aquatic
85, accordinj-: to quality, etc and we IN VARIETY.Largest White Pekiii trucks I

reduce 'ireiirhts au.1 l rates so that thou. '_ find Choicest II I
t Collection in the
Buff Cochins !
sands may run over and look whether __ Q n ttrg. fonx' Pfeotphftt Feel Com P1"ntm and Gmn Drt"..Standard Impt
menu generally. Send catalogue.. A.&JTA York,Ea.
i hey settle or not. Thea we charge so The sacred Lotus Gold"l1 Incrd ".bright", W. F. Blk. --- -- -4iaiAf
...:- of India' and China, Spanish, CtHtrtorno; Game, silver Span-
little on truck that you may grow just Is hardy in the gled bearded and ere-ted. Eggs, $1 I.M per 13.

anything for market. Now I I United States; prire.V Rouen Duck, Light, Brahmaa. K apo'8 i Music BOOKS
-.. ::. <<*\ > to ?I iX) n"h. White Leghorns, Hawkin'x Plym. Hoclls Pit
they may charge all that! n. given I Grand New JapaneseNeluiubiuitiK Games li. R. and Spangled Game Bun* FOR

'will bear." I firm believer lose-coloreO.to '.J bch; tn ins." Eggs: $L1U per 13. MALK and MIXED QUARTETS for
thing am a
while I with rfd *t ipe:, SI: pure white, $;. White Crested black Polnudw Bo- QUARTET CHOIRS and HOCIAT
and advocate of justice-per TILE TKUK: CAPE COD PINK WATER I neys Brown Leghorns Prestons Wyandottes.
LILY, SI t each; two for $7. New Crimson- lloudni froail's I ansshans. Eggs, 82.00)( IXG8.
feet justice- 'no antagonism to the Flowered Victoria Kegia. Aquatic. for per 13. Cockerel of above for breeding -

necessary capital," perfect ju ti'e all Fish Ponds. General Collection of Greenhouse purposes, 82.00( ) each. FOR MALE VOICES.
Plant Catalogue free to those mentioning Seminole Turkeys, (a.40-lb. pure Bronze
the way through ; but when we are this paper. bred to hardy domesticated wild heus. Eggs, Amphlon ((5 books) 54; Arlon ((5 book) $l;
IIariuonlar(! books) S2J50 Apollo $2 Buyl
E E. 8TUKTEVANT.Ilord R00for9. ; ;
robbed of what we have, or do pro ...iltow, ..lerrey.rr''rW" Booted White Cuban Carrier Pigeons, ton Club Collection Sl..yj; Crons Part
___ ___ .f'-W __
duce find practically+ from h $1.50 per pair. HOOKS (GO j( etA.; Einersou'M Quartets and
) prohibited
Choruses SO()ets.: Male Voice flee Book 81;
producing many things that uv could '" I BEAUTY VILLA ZANZA POULTRY YARDS, MnndflhHohn"' Four Part Songs fit) cents.;

ITIaitntfe, Fin.i SanJer-FeMt 81 I:S; Uow's Sacred Quartets
grow, and well, too, and at a fair of SI.7-3; Male Voice Choir cts; and American -

then it is mail. Now :Male Choir 5+) cts.
price, we jjft ,
: Skin & Scalp Or Lot GiVOllAway,1 These contain a great variety of the best
please stay and hear me a few Hues:: of Male Voice music.

further. A man has several carloadsof C:1 RESTORED I; FOR MIXED VOICE
ISaumhachN 31.75 and his New
squashes, they sell in the Northern I :-.: by th(. ;:: A Lot -loxl-20 feet in Collection gt.7o Quartets; lluck's Motet: Collection

markets for $1.50 it is fair I Il.1ACEDONIA $2; stud his Second :Motet: Collection;
crate, a CITY
I per : CUTICllFJR'i'1'ed i
I \ iI "';mer on'lt Concert Selections II; Dows
price for the vegetable, the railroads and a Year's Subscription to the '! lEeHpoiiMeri' and Sentences' ISO C'H.; Thomas'
I S. I Sacred (Onartett 1t1.7! *: hmerMin's; Sacred
want such a large lion's share that the Quartet's SI.75: Shepard Church Collection -
squashes are allotted to rot on thr NfOTHlxn IS KNOWN SCIENCE .\' EQUATOR, | 1 ; Strachauer'H, Church 'lu"le SI I ;
Church $l3=$ Drestler's Sacred
> to the PITTICUKA UKMEDiFi I OtTerlii: ;
) ground. Again a party up in Madison : in their marvellous properties for the most southern town in the United States, !iI i belectlons $IJ*). Sterling books, widely

rJeansing) ,purity iugand bexutttyingth.'Fkin( I u.. d.
Florida writes here and wants For
and in curing torturing, disfiguring! itchin, Only I I Send for descriptions. Any book mailed

two or three barrels of oranges a week, scaly and pimply diseases of the kin, ,scalp Do you want to know of Tropical Florida, } for Price.

'for which first lot he sends the and blood, with loss of hair of the cocoaunt and pine-apple home, of Key i OLiVER DITNO.N &; C11., 11011I&011.
CUTICUKA the Skin tire I'L'TI-
great West wh a'.W'O' ( crates of tomatoes
I re already [
U. H. DITSON A Co., J. E. DITSON & Co.,
they are shipped and it costs two dollars j I CUKA.SOAP, HII exquisite" kin autif1er, pre- ave bet: n. shipped to Northern markets? 857 Mro-idwHj*, 1::W Cbehtnut Ht.,
: from It, externally, and! CCTICUKA ttE3 -
that ; pateJ Send $:!511.() Do you! wan a lot in addition to New V TkTERfeTED Phln)
barrel them there
per to get SOLVENT, the nw Blood Purifier, internally, this in Macedouia? -- ,

killed that goose. I cut down a !prove I are a positive cure for every form of disease, I Macedonia i>i In Monroe county, near rarfamE' -
troni pimples to scrofula CUT CUKA It.: uI :- ;
I har>otte Harhor and
as only
IN PpuOWf|
of fine lemons and lime that I had I! DIES are ab>nlutfly pure and tbeonlinlalli- I nlteinate lot is given away WP rely I upon theinc'e. t -

worked to make hccaust : lJl(111 l ::\ bf.intifie'san'i i b'ood pur-fiers. ...M* tit in se we keep to repay us for the [Practical l'OITIATJtBOOK.. ,
some years I Sol I rve-ywhere. Price, 'UTJCURA.1:/ <*.; I unheard of off=r. 100 pp., beautiful colored Plate:, -
railroads wanted m' re: than Irtli'to I RE'"()I.VEN" r. Si; SIt.\1..2)(". I'r-pa ed '(b'' the.. I, Will refer lOU to the editor of(this paper or i engravings and descriptions of au t
I POTTKK Ol'UG ANP f HKVlCAh 'O... C/SlOU how to caponize plans forponltry
: ,
I / town}' hu take them to market. I JIILdlt have i b-Send for NIIO\to_ _Cure_ skin nine; 4 whereto
,*to?H even that, but they .li' nr.i tolop1IeN. I HANDS bolt MR> doter down, and a" white, ,.l1b,. rlte.. H$n. lU dJrj5iWlV...- &
OtrricujtA MKDICATCP IQU\'K: PUIt: 9t
I b- ii ]ng i :
\ 'ihRy; Wa1Jf.tuj .n hs / CO't ..
t wqu:y. ., 3G.t) << .



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218, ,,- THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. [MARCH .14, 1887.



Standard Time,83 minutes Blower than Jack-
sonville local. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Celebrated

From To

Read Arrive up.No WEST. LeaveRead down. Hardware, Stoves and Tin-ware, ORANGETREEMANURE.

10, No2 Nol No 9
Sash Doors and Blinds
1140. 780p....... acksonville...... 800 a 300 P ,. Paints, .
10 40 a, 6 60 p.Baldwln.......... 8 41 a 4 02 p Oils and Varnishes ... .
10 02 a 6 28 p..Macclenny....... 9 02 a 4 31 p Pumps,
9 65 a 623p_,.Glen Bt. Mary.... 907 a 537p Lead and Iron Su-
9 85 a 6 08 p....._8and erson........ 9 23 a. 455p Pipes, IT WILL PAY YOU !
9 07 a' 5)45 p......._uiustee............ 9 44 a 5 20 p Mills Leather and
8 33 a' 619 p........Lake City.........1010a 558 p gar GUARANTEED ANALYSIS.
815 a 5 05 p.......Lake Ogden.......10.1023a 616p Rubber Belt and

7 57 a 4 52 p..........Welborn..l0 35 a 6S5p Ammonia . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.50 per cent.
7 43 a 440p...........Houston.Madison. .........10 46 a. 650p Mill
7 27 a 4 Z7 p...... Live Oak..l0- 58 a 7 20 p Supplies Available Phosphoric Acid. ... . . . . . . . 4.00 "

6 40 a 400 p.Ellavllle..l126 a 755 P of Potash . . . . . . . . . . . . .12.50Soda "

6 01 a' 3 26 p.......... ..........1201 p 837 p every description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00 "
5 21 a 2 55 p..........Greenville.Aucllla ......1230p 915 P
5 05 a 2 37 p......._ .....-.....,.12 48 p 9(0 p Magnesia . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.00 "

446 a' 2 20 P ........Drtfton..........107 p 1005 P : Lime . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 5.00 "
515 a 2 60 par..Montlcello.lv... 135 p 10 a5 p This justly celebrated Manure has b-en thoroughly trirrl for years in Florida, and always
4 20 a 165 p..lv..M.ontlcello..ar..12 40 p 980p BY with the best results. It i i-5 no tlitoicticul: Fertilizer: ,but one which has food the

4 46 a 2 20 p.........Drifton.......... 1 07 p 10 05 p test for years, and if properly used cannot fail to repay its cost many times over in the in- j
4 22 a x UU p..Lloyd.....?...... 145 P 1032 P creased yield of Oranges, general health and rapid growth of the tree. j
4 05 a 130 p...........Chalres.8 ........... 158 p 10 47 p Deere & Company It is, and always has been the same superior Fertilizer as when first introduced years ago,
30 a' 105 p.......Tallahassee........2 Z7 P liS')p and we guarantee that its quality will be sustained in the future as in the past, as we do not
2 25 a 12 35 a..........Midway.......... 2 54 p 12 40 p propose to cheapen it by the introduction of any inferior and lower priced sources of Ammonia,
140 a 12 09 a.........- Qulncy......?.. g 21 p 140 a MOLINE, ILLINOIS. Phosphoric Acid, &c.
12 4ft[ 1150 a...... Mt. Pleasant..... 341 p 200 a Our ORANGE TREE Manure is securely packed in barrels of 25O lb..
12 01 p 1125 a..Rlver Junction.... 4 05 p 330 a
Two Horses can do the wort jf Throe Send for descriptive pamphlet to

SOUTH. P. McQUAID Jacksonville Fla.
No. 4. No. 8. No. 7. No. 3. ,
......... 4 00 p...... Fernandina....1110 a ..._ A SAVING OF O F ONE-THIRD Where a full supply of it is constantly on hand, or to

......... 247 p..Callahan..1222, P ..._.
680 a 2 25 p..Jacksonville... .1235 P 880 P ,
615 a422a 143 p......... Baldwin ......... 140 P 940 P IK THE COST OF PLOU1SO. -- --- -- -- -- -
12 50 p..m.Ulghland......... 2 15 p 1047 p T .
403 a 12 36 p..M....LawteyM......... 2 2H p 11 U6' p 24,inches :=;:: power 16 inches
335 a 1215 p.........-Starke.......... 2 46 p 11 27 p r gaind for

2 55 a 1130 a.......... Waldo ........... 315 p 5:30!) u
10 35 a 11 05 a....._R'olrKanlrc........ :335p 005 It
915 a 10 35.Gainesville-....... 4 10 p 7 30 a
800 a 1010 a.......Arredondo........ 4 20 p K :YO a
6 SO a 9 35 a......**...* *czicr_......... 4 51t> p 9:i5' a
520a 9 00 a........ Bronson........ 5 20 p 1030a
21&p 7 00 a.......Cedar Key_ 715 p 115 P tool eee ained Remarkable for simplicity, Invaluable i in any Family WQldothawofkof lit
the favor ci the Ameri.pahtta strength,earn and per 10 moan with the
:2 45 a 12 03 p...........Waldo.......... :25p 12u5a so rapidly. faction of work. I Vegetable Garden. mon hand hoe.URPEE'S .
207p 11 44 a....... Cauipvllle ...... 312p 12 40 a '
145 a 1131 a...,... Hawthorne...... 331 p 12 58 a i I i; SI L ALLEN & CO. > lfi is Ys
12 65 a 1104 a............ CUra ............ 351. p 43a MI.I. I.4i
1205 a 1122 a..,...Silver Spring s..436p< :2 38 a ,..
. 1138 P 10 lU.a...........Ocala........... 4 to p 2 -5 a w
IOWa 9 43 a.........Beilevlew.} ........ 5 17 p :< 5a ;ARM 18871
1015 a 9 IS a..Oxford..... ... 540 P JtiOa) d IBIyjNH(1N0.( hD '(I ( p ttltJ.wf9n
10 00 a 918 a........Wlldwood........SSip: I15a ,. .., Witt Handsome be Bent; Book of 128 for it. It tea
9 13 a900a 8 40 a.........Leesburg........ 0 IT p 4 53 a She gruteit' plow Improvement of the tin I of Three laDa.nd bun-1
8:30 a........ E1<10rado........ 6 27 p 5 08 a and tells all=Til6 ,Farm
830 P 8 15 a,.........Tavares.......... (6 45 P 53Ja) "NEW flower Bulbs, Plants* Thoroughbred Stock and Fancy
7lOp 655 a..........Orlando ........:810p '7 5i M' THE DEALWHEELED Poultry. It V E E D S describes RARE NOVELTIES In VEGETABLES and
i FLOWERS, X of real Yaine,which cannot be obtained elwwhere.: Send,
on aATL W for the most complete Catalogue published,to
Fernandina and Jacksonville Brancn. WALKING, PLOWS BURpaeW
Laddress & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA.U .
4 45 p 845a..Jacksonvllle...... 9 00 a 5 00 p FURROW
4 00 p 812 a.........Duval........... 9 45 a 5 31 p THE "HEW DEAL"- Is lighter in draft and
3 28 p 7 43 a.?...Hart's Road......10 15 a 5 64 p bandied than
easily a hand plow and cots
300 P 7 25.Fernandlna..l045a 45 a 600 P more uniform furrow. a gardening marks the progress of clvlllzation.-nACO.

Withlaeooehee Branch. THE> "HEW DEAL" is lighter draft, lighter How to make fine gardens, how to
weight and lighter in price than a sulky plow,
GOING NORTH. GOING SOUTH. and will do all its work. grow choice flowers, fruit and vege-
Read down. Read up. THE "NEW DEAL" Gang cuts 24 Inches with the
sOap m Lv..Withlacoochee.-.Ar 12 05 a m draft of a 16 inch band plow-a saving of 60 per tables in perfection for pleasure,
320pm .....-St.. Catherine...... *' 1115 a m cent. In labor. Does all'the work of a four I
4 05 pm" .........uumtervllleM...... 10 55 a m hone riding gang with one less horse and little : profit and health, may be learned in
5 00 p m .......Panasoff...... 10 40 a m more than half the cost. .
5 40 p m Ar.........Wild wood..,......Lv 1010 a m HE "NEW DEAL" Plows are ALL STEEL, full by reading that best of all

insuring greatest strength with lightest weight. American gardening works, The
St. Marks Branch. This is no untried and rickety experiment, and
these claims are not made recklessly to attract at American Garden, which has
10 30 a m Lv ......... St. Marks ..?....Ar 10(05) a m tention. This system is the outgrowth of careful
1068 a m"..........Wakulla......-.. o' 940 a m observation and experiment reaching over a periodof just united with itself that sterlingold
1157am ...........Belalr........... 8 43 a m years, with a rational view of the requirementsof
1215 a m Ar........Tallahassee-.Lv, 830 a m the times. journal The Floral Cabinet. This
They are superior to ever offered,
("a"means a.m. time. "p"means p.m.time.) and the most economical plows ever placed In the illustrated magazine of horticultureis
market. Send for circular.
St. Marks' Branch trains run Tuesday, entirely independent, is not run
State Agent for the above Plow.
Thursday and Saturday only.
for merchant has torriml
no axes
Leaving time Is given In every case except any
where arriving time Is named. ALSO '
and is solely in the interests -
Trains 1 and 2,7 and 8,9 and 10, and trainson run
Deere & Co's Steel ? 2 and
Jacksonville Branch run daily. Pony of American gardening. It is
Trains 3 and 4 dally except Sunday. 3-Horse Steel Plows Riding
Trains 1 and 2 have Pullman Palace Sleep- 'the work of practical men and
Ing Cars to and from New Orleans. Walking and Plain Culti-
-Trains 3 and 4 have through Pullman Re.
women in all sections of the country.
vators. ,
dining Chair and Sleeping Cars to and from .

Orlando. (See list of contributors.)
Trains 9 and 10 have through sleeping cars i ALSO AGENTS FOR
to and from DeKuniak Springs.For I

maps, rates, etc., apply to Company's Planet Jr. Cultivators and Garden Tools -
Agents,or write to
A. o. MACDONELL, 1 (
Washburn A Moens
Gen. Pass. &Ticket cent. PRICE $1.00 A YEAR; reduced from

D. E. MAXWELL. Gen. Supt. BARBED WIRE FENCING.We All abolished.
Jacksonville.Fla. j $2.00. premiums

keep the largest stock of Greatly improved in every way.


S Catalogues and Prices sent free. Correspond

ease solicited. E. H. LIBBY,
N AdmitH
Supplied In carload lots.
A ted:one of the most Complete Fertilizers E AddressS.
now In use. E8 adapted PUBLISHER a
for Orange Groves. Quality
D guaranS
teed. Correspondence B. HUBBARD & CO.
A B. L.14OWELL & CO., Q., 47 Dey Street, New
..ntru14 J..eta. Jaolnonyllla. FU. York.Sri





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SAVANNAH 'FLORIDA AND, WEST'N Pill man Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir HING CHUNG and
Buffet Cars via Waycrots,Albany and Macon Oranges Lemons!
RA.ItL.WA1i and via Waycross, Jesup and Macon
between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. -
WAYCR08S, SHORT LINE Passenger Coaches between Jackson. advances
KINDSOF Conslgnments'sollcited.t
vine and
,TIME CARD IN EFFECT- DEC. 5, 1886. Pullman Chattanooga.Buffet Cars.to and from Jackson Handkerchiefs and Curiosities. made.parties desiring Would.be to pleased ship here.to'correppond: with
ville and Nashville via Thomasville and
Call and'see goods. Morrison k Co.
All Trains on this Road are run by Central Montgomery. ,
Standard Time. .Pullman Buffet Cars. between Jacksonville No. 22 Laura Street, near Bay 174 South Water St.,!Chicago.

Passenger. Trains will leave and) arrive dally, and Washington. I Jacksonville, Fla. Refer to Metropolitan National Bank Chicago -
Through Tickets sold to all points by Hal :
as follows: J. V. Farwell A Co..Chicago.
WEST INDIA FAST MAIL'Leave and Htean ship connexions: and baggage :

Tampa via S. F. R. R......... ...... 8:00 p m checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths I CURE FITS, Painless Pregnancy and Parturition Pos-
0" Sanford via J.,T. & K. W......... 1.00 a m and 8E'ctJ/fnS secured at the Company's Officein ,
Jacksonville... .... ......._........ 7.OJ a m ARtor's lauding,82 HaV street, and at Pas When I wy care I do not mean merely to Mop them for a sible. (60OOOsold.( )
Arrive Jacksonville......................._.12:00: n'n seltg stHtlon: ) Hnd on board "reople's Line tone.and I tare then made bare the them dlaeaae return of JITS again.,EPILEPSY I mean or a radlcncars. PALL Tokology by Alice B. Slockham, M. D.,
Arrive Waycross......_........................0:10: a m Steamers H. t'. Plant and ciu t hoochee.. >nd [NO SICKNESS: a life-long study. I warrant my remedy tour is a noble book for a noble purpose. Sample
Arrive Savannah......................_.....11:55 a m fp.Bar.r-Ba'a Line Steamer Cilv of Jac s< n- the worst caaea. Because others here filled is DO pages free. Cloth.S'K' ): Mor. $!ol.').
Arrive Charleston............................... 4:50j'p!'(), m vine. VVM. P. iiA h1JJca reason for not now receiving a cure. Send'once for a SANITARY PUBLISHING CO., Chicago.Farmers' .
Arrive Richmond.............._............. 6:19 a m R. Q. FLKMTNG.:: (ipnNrn Qn'rfntpnflpnt.< I PaClSAnvpr. A2'@n' treatise and and a Post Free Office.Bottle of It my costs Infallible yea nothing remedy for:a trial dtvoItzpress ,
Arrive Washington*.....*.11:00 a m and I will can 700. DS.H.G.BOOT 1M Purl$1",..'W<
Arrl ve Baltimore..............*.................12:18 p m Wagons and Carts.
Arrive Philadelphia.....*................*.*. 2:47 p m JOHN F. STRATTON'SCELEBRATED
Arrive New York*..........*......*......**. 5:30p m If you want a first-class Wagon or Carl
1 Pullman Buffet Cars Tampa to Washington, Cheap for Cash,call on
and New York to Tampa. 5 iZaw..iu'i-M.M! 6i Brass Band Instruments.ALSO 1C. D. ZAIl.Tl! ,

NEW ORLEANS EXPHES Jacksonville,Fla.
Leave Jacksonville...........*............_.. 7:00 a m Office H. Berlack's
Arrive Jacksonville............................. 7:35: p m JOHN :t.; STRATTON'SGold Store. East Bay Street
Leave Callahan.. ..........**.....:*........... 7:C3 a in Trumpet Farm Wagons from... ........:$35.00 to JM2.tu
Arrive Waycross....................*...*.......* 9.10 a ru Accordeons. Carts and Drays from_ ..... ...$25.00 to$2S.m
Arrive Thomasville........ ........*....*. 1:22 p m t Ft
Arrive Bainbridge ...........*.... ...._.... :*::).i p m The handsomest Accordeons Early Spring Vegetables and Flowers.
Arrive Cbattahoochee........................ 4:04 p m In the market.
Arrive Pensacola via L:& N.R. ll......'<>:io p m BELLEVIEW. Farmers, Gardeners and Florists use the
Arrive l\IobUevla L.AN.R. R............ 2:15 a m ,, MARION C? Patent Protecting Cloth,originated and pre-
Arrive New Orleans viaL.& N. R.R... 7:10: a m Piccolo Accord eons. pared only by undersigned. It Is! equal to

F Arrive Albany............................ *...... 3: 2 pm The very best and cheapest Fence made. John *'. Stratton glass and costs but a tenth as much,on Cold
Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 8:21 p m Straight galvanized telegraph wire to which Frames and Hot Bed. Protects from frost,
Arrive Atlanta via Central K..R........12:15 a m each picket Is firmly riveted. Can be Celebrated Harp promotes hardy and rapid growth, does not
put Guitarsetc.
Arrive Chattanooga via. W.k A.R.H. 5:55: a m up shrink or decay rapidly. Widely known and
rapidly so as not to dura-
very sas?verv
used. Trade at low rates.
Arrive Nashville via N.C.8t L R.R1IM5 a m extensively supplied
ble. The only fence used by the Boston and ., etc., etc.
Send circulars etc. free.
! Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R._ 6:50 p m Albany R. R. Co. Do not confound it withan for WATERPROOFING samples FIBRE
U. S. CO.
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville inferior article. ,
9 49 Maiden New York. 56 South St., New York.
and New Orleans via Pensacola. and For descriptive circulars address as above.CONSUMPTION. Lane
Mobile to and from Jacksonville and Louisville -
# via Thomasville Atlanta and Nashville, Snowdrift Poultry Yards
and Cincinnati to Jacksonville via Jesup. ORANGE HOME.


Leave Jacksonville...........*........*....... tai(} pm TIM I bars thousand a poaIU of remedy for the the above Ueaa;rlu fonrfaltS REV. NOEL K. HAMEK, Proprietor.
Arrive Jacksonville...........................12X()( n'n lUndlnr has been ewes cured.of 1n.I worst f'd. oatronrtatn kind and of A Beautiful in Location.
t Leave Callahan................................... 2:47 p'm In Ita efflcacT, that I wIll nerd! TWO BOTTLES: FREE, Spot a Healthy Fresh eggs of White Wyandottes, $ .OO;
f Leave Chattahoochee... ...... ...............11:30 a m tog therwith a VALUABLE.. 7RFATISLonthis: 4leuu White Plymouth Rocks and White Leghons
Leave Thomasville............................1:45 p m to Any sufferer.DR.T.Guer\A.. au .Arrive WaycroRs................................. 4:40: p m bLu.cM. lEt I'eail8t.tM York baskets and delivered to Express Co..on Fla.
Arrive Brunswick B.A ..k. R. R... 8:28: P m Southern Ry. Circulars free.NOTICE. .
Arrive Jesup.......................................... 6:16 p m DR JOHN BULL5SSilhilk's the F. R. & N. Go's main line, 25 mile
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. fe G. R. R-1IJU p m south of Ocala, 8 miles north of Leesburg. .
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & <}. R.K. 2:25 a m Transportation unexcelled. 0
Arrive Chattanooga via F;.T. V.&: G. 8:20: a m To Whom U May Concern:
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R......*. 6:45 p m Tonic Syii A specialty of Educational Facilities, moral Sixty days after the first publication of this
Arrive Bavannan.....................*......*.. 7.00; p m ] home Influences, health and .reasonable notice application will be made to the Legis-
Arrive Charleston .*.......* *,..............*. 1:25 a m profits from all agricultural. and Industrial lature of t Klorida for the of a cbarter
Arrive Wilmington.............................. R:30am pursuits. All I ask Is a personal- inspection of'the ."Florida Fruit 'Exchange passage ". whereby
Arrive eldon .............................:*. 2:15 p m FOR THE CURE OF of Orange Home and vicinity. the capital stock be Increased to sum
Arrive Richmond. ..........................*.. 6:00 p m Will sell Real Estate, Orange'Groves Town greater than. Fifty may Thousand Dollars the par
Arrive Washington............*..............llrWp) m FEVER and AGUE Lots Hammock and High Pine Lands., value of shares to be reduced from one; hun-
Arrive Baltimore...............................12:33: a m dred dollars to Ten Dollars Share to a1
Arrive Philadelphia.....*.._...*........ .... :3:15 A m Orange Home is an ESTABLISHED TOWN- low the to per and ; \
Arrive New York...........*.......*........*. 6:50 a m Or CHILLS and FEVER mails general stores, etc. such real corporation and personal purchase property as may convey be
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from Corespondence solicited. References the deemed necessary to its usefulness Including
Jacksonville and New York also Jacksonville best furnished. vehicles of to lease erect
transportation; or
to Cincinnati via Jesup. j...Don't buy until you write to me. buildings for ; and advanceon

EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.: The proprietor of this celebrated medieio produce; to manufacture and sell such
Leave Jack80nville.6:00 p m materials as may be useful to fruitgrowersand
Arrive Jacksonville ....... .........*...... 8:55 a mLeave justly claims for it a superiority over all ren Orange Home/Sumter Co., Fla. gardeners,and generally to transact such
Callahan... ............*................. 5:41 p mLeave dies ever offered to the public fortheSAFlCEBTAUf business as may be for the Interest of mem-
Waycross.................................* 7:58 p m SPEEDY and PEBMANEKT cm The Largest and Most Complete Estab- bers and others connected with fruit growing .
Leave Gainesville ............*.*........*...? 3:55 p m of Ague and Feveror Chilli and FeverwhetJ.r } lishment South. and kindred pursuits and for such other
Leave Lake City.................*.. ........... 3:20 p m of short or long standing. He refers to tb powers as may be deemed necessary and
Leave Live Oak....................*.......*..... 7:20 p m entire Western and proper.GEO.. ,
Leave Thomasville...........*._.*....***J1:30 p m' Southern country to be. R. FAIRBANKS, GEO. H. MORRIS
Arrive Albany..........._......._...........,. 1:55 a m him testimony to the truth of the assertio D. GREENLEAF J. D. MITCHELL
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:30 a m that in no case whatever will it fail to core gfl 11' T. W. MOORE M.J. DOYLE,
Arrive Mobile via L. A N. R. R......*.. 2:10 p m the dlreotionure.triotlyfollowedandcarrie WM. E. STANTON, ROBT. BULLOCK,
Arrive New Orleans via L. & N. R.R. 7:30 p m out. In a great many cases a single dose hi B. >M..BEAR,
Arrive Nashville via "L. A N. R. R.... 7:05 p m Board of Directors Florida Fruit Exchange.
Arrive Louisville via L. A N. R. R..... 2:12: a m been sufficient for a cure and whole familic r'.s. Jacksonville Fla., February 16,1887.CIRCINNATLa .
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:30 a m have been cured by a single bottle,with a pe
Arrive SU Louis via L.A N. H.R......... 7:40 a ra feet restoration of the general health. It i
Pullman Buffet cars to and from Ja 'ksonvllleandLouisville however,prudentand in every case more ce .

vlaThomasvIlle, Albany, taro to care,if its use is continued in small iffPTTID
Bartow Montgomery and Montgomery and via, and GMnesv: to und from. doses for a week or two after the disease hi SOLE HAKIM OFTSE I IUIUK,

''EXPRESS. been checked,more especially in difficult an ?: NIHSABTWE8TWH MILLS

Leave Jacksonville SAVANNAII............................. 8:15 p m long-standing cases usually this medicin U a *GENUINE CO OK EWOMTCR
Arrive Jacksonville. ....... .................. 6:15 a m will not require any aid to keep the bowels igood : SORGHUM HAND BOOK
Leave Callahan .......*...................... 9:1'5:< p m order. Should the patient, however n I. 1887 CCNCERNINQ THE ailURC
Arrive Callahan................................... 5:25 a m quire cathartic medicine,after having take ''b OF It HUM ANCITSMAMJTCTUE1.t0
t Leave Gainesville** .......................... 3:55pm' three four doses of the doc Ilrsupl4 aA o
Arrive Gainesville .:..............*...........II.IJ5< a m or Tonic a single Geo. S. Hacker & Son
Leave Lake City...............................*. ;!:: ) p m Of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILL ,
Arrive Lake City...................*..........10:15: a m will be sufficient Use no other.
Leave Live Oak.................................... 7:20 p m MANUFACTURER OF !L
Arrive Live Oak...............*................. 6:40: a m DR. JOHN BULL-S DOORS Fancy Poultry.
Arrive Thomasvllle............*.............. 7:15 a m'' SASH, BLINDS, MOULDINGAnd .
Arrive Albany.....*............................11:40 a m SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, /
Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R..* 7:55 p m BULL'S SARSAPARILLA Building Material. W. W. FEKDBICH,
Arrive Nashville via L.& N. R. R...... 6:55: a m Successor to Albert Fries
Arrive ixmisvllle via L. & N. R. R1:57 p m BULL'S WORM DESTROYEIThe Office and Warerooms, King op. Cannon St.
Arrive Cincinnati via L. A N. R. R... 6:35 p m Keeps:20 varieties of Purebred Fowls.
I I Arrive Fit. Louis via L. A N. R. R...... 8:00 p m Popular Remedies of the Day. Charleston, S. C. Yards: Shell Road near Moncrlef Sprint. ",

' Arrive Waycross............*..*... ...........11:20 p m Eggs for Hatching J2 per dozen. .
Arrive Brunswick via B A W. R.R... 6:40 a m Principal Office.831 Main St.. J OUlSVIJLr..KPENNYROYAL '. BEL.AIR GROVE NURSERY. P. O. Box .381. Jacksonville 1"111.
:s Arrive Albany via B.& W. R. R......... 4:45 a m NURSERY STOCK of choice imported varie- r-MentIon Dispatch.
Arrive Macon; via Central R. R.......... 9:01 a m ties of ORANGE and LEMONS, acclimated and
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R. ...... 1:0.) p m tested at Bt>lnlr. Also, PECAN TREES. Apply ahomllSKY ItA1S1'Jcurea t pmin.: Bo.k
Arrive Chattanooga via W.&A. R.H. 7:07 p m PILLS to Donald Houston, Supt. at Belair. or OPIUM of particular nmt W"ree. .'

Arrive J esup.......................*..- ............ 1 iw1' a m '1'. .K. HUiGINNAgent, Sanford. ,, __B. SI. SVOOLLEY.M.D.AUnU.a.. .
Arrive Brunswick via Jt. T. V. A Arrive Macon via E. T. V &.0. R.R 7:3u a m The Original and Only Genuine. A WEEK.
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V.A G.R.R.11'30 a m Bare aDd always Reliable. Beware of worthless Imitation ,
Arrive Chattanoga via E.T.V.AG.R K 6:15p rn bdlmnaable to LADItS. Aak your Draalat for>> ST. NICHOLAS, FLA., Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant prof-
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R......*. b:40 a m "MCklehcrt E..U take BO other,or loM eo. itable employment write at once. We want
Arrive Savannah.....***.**...*.*...*.*. 6:10 a m (naaijw)to .!!. AaEXTFOR you to handle an article of domestic use that
Arrive Charleston....**. .....:..........- .12:55 p m NAME PAattoMaddI.oonSquarreePhUada.- GEO. 4\ HAKEKVS recommends itself to everyone at light.
Arrive'Wilmlngton .....**.................... 8:30: p m Bold ky Drant-ta ererywher Ask for *< NTAPl AS FLOUIi:-Sells like hotcakes.
Arrive Richmond.......* ...........*.........10:45am. .a Uak"Pennyroyal P11U. Take DO Clitekeavtar's ogres ROTTED BONE MANURE Profits 300 per cent. Families wishing to
Arrive Wa hlngton............................. 3:40 p m Decomposed with Potash. practice economy should for their own
Arrive Baltimore...................*..*,._* 4-54 p m Price S25 per ton,free on board in Jacksonvlll benefit write for particulars. Used every
Arrive Philadelphia.................*.....:.. 7:17 p mArrive FOR ALL .3O a week Samples of 16 different grades Fertilzei; day the year round In every household.
New York .....*...............**.*..: 9:20 P m WORK and expenses paid. Valua- put up by Mr. Baker,can be seen at the Get Price within reach of all. Circulars free. 1
to next column. ble outfit and particulars man Drug Store, 19 E. Bay St. Jacksonville.Sen Agents receive Sample Free. Address
Continued frH. P.' O. YICKEKY, AugustaMaina. 2-cent stamp for catalogue. .Domestic Unl'" Co.. Marlon Ohio.

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250.'. -. THE .FLORIDA DISfcATCtt .. [MARCH, 14. 1887.
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Along the line of thf'l' ICRAIE I ; (Central Standard Time.)"ON AND AFTER' SUNDAY, November 14,1886,1:30: a m.Trains
will leave and arrive as follows:

*South Florida Railroad, SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND.

::'J ,.; 0; g c-.j ";' ::- rx.' e ac.c.
The great highway to Cuba. PIANOFORTES.UNEQUALLED .;t; .: ""cc :-t .baO
.. a:! 0 0 0 I cS 0 0 0 =-coz
These lands are admirably'adapted to growing IN .Z .Z .Z .c z .Z ..ZOZo 20
C: ax e I S 6 .a C ;x ez Z e .
Oranges, Guavas, PIne-Appley Tone,Touch, Wortaanship; and Durability: ;N I 0 g 0 -iZ '2E): liTATIONb. S.1t 0 .:; g p lzti
WILLIAM: KHABE &CO. m C a- c c:.; a1 < a:: 4 c cAM f L'I...
< fie 2 S :
and other semi-tropical fruits, also Nor 204 and 200 West&/tlmOl'lBtrut,Bal tlmors. t'f EI fie c
Early Vegetable and Strawberries. Ho. 112 Fly Aoenue,Hew York. ;; --1-. lAX AM ;;- LeaveArriver -AMi -- -;; -;; -;

..... ....... -..- -...... ........ ....... _... ..R, R.:Wbart. j.1o -.- .. ?. ..... ; -...... _...... _._..
1030 4 40 500 50,10, 00 7 40 ......SAntord .....115 230: 835 1 001 400 420,805
Town Lots in growing town.* along the line 3 10 4 48 510 9051013 755 ..,..+ Belair..112221 I 825124S 35750

of road. EVERY FARMERTHE 4 .....4 ...... ,.... .. ..... "Crystal Lake_ 111.. ..... ....' .' .... ...... ... .
Large tracts in various parts of the State 5 1045 ...... 515 9 10 ..... .. ..? + Bents.._. 110 216 8 20 .. t 3 .. ......
for razing purposes, Sugar growing, and BESTHIS' OWNIs 10 1055 4 58 4) 25' 19 20. 43 8 20 ....Longwood 105 2 06), H 10112 371 3 15.. a40 7 25
Urn ber., 13 1103 4) ro, 5 33 928 I It 10 83\ ... Altamonte.. W'z 15h 8 0012 30j 3 3 10 713
Map and information:furnished on applica- 14 11 fJ 5061 53'9: saJl: Z: 8 45 ......_ Mayo........ 101 153 7 54 12 :3 2 fiS 7 16
tion toLAND the (f L MILLER 15 1112 5 081 II 543 93'<';11 35 9 55 .....Maitland.... 100 1.6 750 12 2J1 31ii, 24.5 700
18 11 20 5 15'' 5 52, 9 45.11 Si 9 10...Winter Park.- 97 140 7 4212 a (.7 2 2i 6 :5))

DEPARTMENT SOUTH FLORIDA R R., CHEAPEST ..... .....1 6 00 ...... .. .. ....."W11cox.,.. 95 ...... 7 34 _...... 300 .. .....
Sanford, Fla.,'or 20..1135 5 26 6 os 10 0012 55 9 50 ..... Orlando.... 93 1 28 7 2312 tJ2 2 55 1 51 6 3U

'FRED. T. MYERS, 25 ....... .. ... ...... ...... ......1005 ....c.Gatltn 901, ...... ....... ... ...... ......
26 1145 53.j 620 1011 J 15..... ....Jessamlne.. 113 713.11 491, 238 1240. 602
General Land:Agent; Z1 .... 6 2J 1015 10 2C ..Plne Castle... &i 1 10 7 101.... 1 2 35 ... ....
TO West. RAY "'t.. Jacksonville. Fla. au 5401 6 30 10 22 13210 40 ."Big Cypress... 85. 1 02 7 03'II 42 2 2812 28 5 52
34 5 50 6 45 AM 10 35 21511 25 ....McKlnnon... 811250 6 5211 82, PH 2151210 537
LetterIS 40 1148.. 615 7 00 6 0010(J() 50 2 55.... .. ..Kissimmee... 7512;) 4I" '64011 20 H 45 2 001135 520U
Chicago Poultry I ...... PII 610 A H......1210....C'aprnbe1Js.. 711215 AII ...... t K M PH........ _...
52 ( 6 42 630 3 4512 80 .Lake Locke6311 47 104-I 811 1025 428
THE BEST!: 57 6 52 tJ 42 4 1012 -45 ....Davenport.? 5811 35' 10 32 8 ('0 1015, j 10
Poultry and Live Stock Journal 61 130 70u 652 425 121) .. Haines t1t)". 1 t ) 1021 750 9451351' l '
Published.It WE HAVE HAD 68 1 48 714 7 J01 505 1 40..Bartow June.. 511125! 10 07 7 35 9 ID'r' 337
32 72 I 5S 7 21 7 5 2i 155 ..nbnrndaJe 4i: 10 9 54 7 21 8 a m ( '
tells bow to mate, raise and manage years Experience. 77 2 US 7 i 30 5 2 45 ... .ltzhughs.. 880! Ol 9 41 658 S 40r 3 08
Poultry for pleasure and profit. Use the HiUUd T RUadard Geared WI 4 Mill. I.X-L 8:1: 223 7421 7 53 6 45);) 3 2S .....Lakeland.... 3210131: 9 30 640 K 151: 2 hO9J
Corn) and Shelter grinding and*l home I.X.L, thus Iron Feed Mill and do your.hlltof 24 8 02' H20 '7 ....... ..Plant Clty.... 2210 00 SJ Ov 61 .7 10) 2 l 15.
from the Gnat M11L This work Saving can be toll dons and raID teaming. windy to da'aDd.. 98 2 ,1)8 .... b 33 ... .. .........Cork .. 17 9 bO .. 5 43 ......., ......
PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNDM.Tbe'Chlcago when outdoor work it impended on the Farm. .The tame Mill IW 3 111 8 22: S .15 8 35', 4 (Of.) ....Seflnei....... 12 9 43. R 35' 5 35 620 I ::17loi
will cut corn stalks,u r wood,,ran churn and rrind-tone,pump 3 17 8 281' 850 8 ". 4 12......"Mango .... lOt, 935 828. 5 28 610 130
water,mannfketnre etawe the 109 32.) ..... \ 9 (IMI ..... .... ..........Orl<<::n1.. 6: 910 51R ......! ......
Poultry Letter and The Weekly En"P'"g Wl.d MllI.ITeJUdftT,I.X.L.Cora PUndard$Bbeller Geared 1-X-L Iron and 115 340 800, 9 15 92:.j.4 !5 Ar Tampa Lv 0'; A 11 8 Gi 5 I un 5 30 100PM \
Western Fancied .Review,both for.$1.35. Feed Mills I.X.L Stalk Cutter. Horn P"w.r..Jacks. PM1 .AM PH PM PM PH \V AM
Saw Table,Standard Haying TooU.oonsiftlogof mi-Friction,
Address y Reversible, Swivel and Rod Bay Carrier, Harpoon ant Grapple Flag Stations. Trains No. 3 and leave from and arrive at J., T. & K W. Depot. No. I I.
J.;L. 8. HALL M. D.. Tanks Horse,Hay Tank Forks Fixtures Pullers and and Pumps Floor for Farm.Hooki.' Ala a fu'l l line of 2, 3 acid 6 Dally. No. '!, 5. 7,8, 9,10) 27, 28, and 29 Dally except Sunday. Trains so. and 6
imv W. 471 h Rt. f'h t "RICO. I 111.m i. and Railway purposes. Send for catalogue and Ornamental prices.. Village stop only at Orlando, Kissimmee.! Bartow Junction, Lakeland and Plant City. No.30Ia11yexcept )
Jtellable AceaU wanted fa all nnauigned territorr. Monday. No.3 stops at Ktatlmmee for Supper rOll. t and 2 "top "t Kisslmmea", for
U. S. WIND "THINE A POMP CO.. Batavia rn Dinner No.7 stops nt Lakeland for Break fast %o.1 8 stops at Lakeland for Sapper.
ROSSENSILAGE Tro-igh Tickt-iH bold at all rt'guiAf It tlonR for all points North, hastamt West. Bagtage

checked through.Pemberton .__ -

TRAVEL VIA Ferry Branch.-S.P. R.R.
Through Trains with Sanford and Indian River UaHrnaul.
Dining Sou h Bound North Bound.
Cars, Pullman Palace "
Burlington SteepIng Read Down. ,. Read Up. "
_led Cars, Modern Coaches.
-- --
Sure connections In Union -F"st Ac. r8t Aa Daily except Bnu"a; )".
1 Depots at its terminal points, =- M'L &Ft STATIONS. M'I dFFtrr
I with'trains from and to the 19. 21. Sooth Bound. North Bound.
East, West, North and South. --=- Read Dowd. Read Up.
Fodder Cutters Cheapest, Best and Quickest P.M. A.H A.M P.X.
C.B.&Q.R-R Route from Chicago Peoria o 5.2.' 7.40 Lv Pembert'n Very Ar 9.45 6.5057 Pas. Pas. Pas. I!
? [ .. :" &;N't &F. t STATIONS. AFt: ="
These Cutters vnaranteed to cut faster ran or St. Louis to 1 5.2SI 7.45...._ .Fltzgerald. 9.4H 6.1556
Heater* do a greater variety and better work 3 6.35 .... ?...-..... .Orlole'. .... 9.35 ... 6j 23. 25. 12 '1
than any machine made. More Ross Cutters In use DENVER, ST. PAUL, 6 __. ....... ... .Bay City.. ...... ..... .... 51 _
for Ensilage than all other machines In tbe United SAN FRANCISCO, MINNEAPOLIS, 10 5.50 8.20 ....._..... 9fncon... !ius. 6.1017 a.mlp.m( P D1 pin
States& combined. Cutters especially for Ensl* OMAHA PORTLAND ORE. 12 5.57 R30.oweu..bonL....... 9.136.00-h n 10.155 IO lv..J4anford ". ......ar 7''j' .10 HI
lace; heavy, strong, simple never get out of lti;, 6.10 9.0'!,........_ CIty_... .._. O' 5.3141 4 l0.-31))' 52 .........Fort It. ...1........ 7.10 1..')) 15h
order and last a llfe-time.- Dry Fodder Cutters KANSAS CITY, ,ST. JOSEPH, n 6.30 9....') ......... Hhhland_...:..... 8.4.)I 4.50 a.ti 1O.4u ii.Sil':"_. ...RU1Ipd t! .... ... 1.:" J." 13i :
In the
world.12 sizes,hand The and largest power.Cutter Largest Factor machines In the CITY OF MEXICO, 'ATCHISON. ; ''L2 1020.....$Teddervl1le. H.2 4 U5125 10.47 5.421., ............."t, I lydes. i.2:! t.n: I IY12i11.U =
Dui edlhatesandtheonlyonebuildingcatterlie For Tickets, Rates, Maps, Ac.,apply to Ticket AgentsOf '37 ;.(11 1O.-J8: .......... Kat hleeu... 8.10 3.4012 ,. 6.Ir"C11Ron./ ........ :.0 1.la: i
.IYel.an1'wh, Send for our large Ulus- connecting lines, or address ill 7.1. W.50) ........Orlffin's b1i1L...... 8.01 S.S.17B 1411.25 6.03 TnskawlJla.. 6.)01 f 1.0). 5;
&raa.ec1. Catalogue "A" 80 1a 7.J. POTTER, H. B. STONE, PAUL MORTON, 7.;:11.02.I.akeland., .......... 7.55 3.10'14' 19 6.32 Oviedo ... ..... 6 ,,111.456.Oar..LaeChar !: U
E.W:ROSS & CO.Oar 'o.8 19J.!]fin 2t I tat V.P. G. M. O.P.etT.A. 51 7.1511.25."Haskell.' ........... 7,10: 2.20''1 6 1 .... 6.01230i
;, For a Pronouncing Dictionary mtaining 32,000 word! 57 H.I12.10/ Arrive-Bartow..I. va i.15, 2.Inl( 0
Book M XatUat Not n.ta aH sltB war all JIII& S20 pages,f en<1 ifcvln stamps to Paul Morton.<'''
-- Bartow Hrancla.-Dally. I II No. 8-At Lakeland with train for Bartow,
I I at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow.No. .
2,500,000 ACRES OF LAND South Bound. >orth Bound. i 11-At Bartow Junction with train from
Pas. Pas. Pa8. m Pas. Pu Pas. Tampa; at Bartow with train from Ppmherton -
No. &Ft &Ft =" arATI0NS. =" AFt No &Ft Kerry, and Florida Southern Railway lor
FOR SALE BY 11. 13. 12.J: : % 12. H. 16. Punta Gorda.
- No. 12-At Bartow Junction with train for _
Ar( P. M P.K. I..v Ar 17 A K. P.II. P.X. San ford.
II.I 2.10 7.15 0 Bartow J'nc 12 10.40 1.4<1 6.30 No. 13-At BartowJnncilon with train from
THB MM SOUTHBRN RAILWAY COPA1IY 11.30 2.28 7'3.5 5 Wlnt.erHvn 8110.20 1.Z) 6.1U) Tampa.No. .
11.42 2.40 7.riJ 9 .Eagle Lake 510.05 1.13 5))5) 14-At Bartow with Florida Southern
11.52 2.,1)51 8.00112 "G'rdonville 01 9. 5.45 train from Punta Gorda; at Bartow Junction
SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF 12.05 3.101 8.15117 af Bartow lv 9.40112.501 5"30 with train for lam pa.
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No. 15-At Bartow Junction with trains
CONNECTIONS.TRAIN from Tampa and Sanford at Bartow with
Columblat Bradford, Clay Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange, No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda.
DeBar/ .Ba"a Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. i6-A t Bartow Junction with trains for
Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee, and J. 1. fc K. W. train from Tltusville; Tampa and Kissimmee.No. .
,t Bartow Iunctlon with train for Bartow: 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida
Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the State of Flor at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferr)". Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at
ida. Price$1.23. per acre and upwards, according to location. No. 2-At Lakeland with trim for Bartow ; Lakeland with train for Kl8)1lmmee.No. .
at Bartow Junction with trains to and from '-At Bartow with Florida Southern t
For further Information, apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Pala k.t,Via Bartow; at Sanford with People's and l>tBaryBaja Railway train from Punta Gorda at T ake-
Line Steamers for Jacksonville, !land with train for Tampa; at Pemberton
L. N.. WILKIE, W. P. COUPEU, and J.. T. & K. W. tialns for Jacksonville and Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for .
Titusville. Gainesville and Palatka.No. Y"
Chief Clerk and Cashier, Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. No. 3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through 21-At Bartow with Florida Southern
Coaches without change between Jackson. Railway for Punta Gorda.
yule and Tampa. Connects at 8anlord with No. 22-At Bartow with Florida Southern
PATAPSCO FLOURING MILLS J,. T. & K. *'. train from Tltusville; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Oorda; at Lake: ,
tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tampa land with train for Tampa. "
on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays fonnectlons are raaae at Tampa bv the .
BALTIMORE, Md. with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Limited West India Kant Mall, both north
and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; and south bound with the elegant and commodious .
.. with Plant Steamship Company's ships tor Fast. Mall Steamships Maftcotte and
E tal>llBlied. 1D:1'7'7.: Kp y West and Havana.No. Whitney of the Plant Hteamshl"., to and
6-Ha Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana and with steam 4
Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack- er Margaret for all points on HllJhboron hand
The Flours made by these Mills are not surpassed by any flours made in this country for sonville.' Connects. at Twmpa on Tuesdays, Tampa Bays and Manatee River.
Family use. Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Passports can be applied for through any
Tbe value of flour depends on tbe proportionate quantity of gluten sugar and phosphate Margaret from Manatee River and on Hun- Notary Public, and Notary's certificate that
of lime. Maryland and Virginia Wheat, from which our days, 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 answer
PATENT ROLLER FLOURS Key West the purpose of a Passport.W.
No.7-At Lakelanu with train for Pemberton McCOY

are manufactured, is unequalled the purity and superior quality. of its nutritious prop Ferry. Gen. Kreleht & Ticket Agent.HAMMOND'S .
ertles. We make -

Patapsoo ( Superlative: North Point: Family

and other brands. .


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;,_ -FOR- t: GO. and 61 West Bay:.Street. Jacksonville, ,, Florida,

BKTWKKN' Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals and

BOSTON Music 'Games Dolls and Goods
Savannah New York ,. Toys Fancy ,

i and and between Philadelphia Boston AND Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door
and Savannah -

65 to, 70 HOURS. PH11, DELPHIA. Harconrt'M Fla.. Fruits and How to liaise'The .. New Ed. Revised, Enlarged
and'ully.Illustrated. r-ioth..... ,............................................'... ..$].21)
." Orange Culture, ticv.: Ed. :......................................,.......... .........:..1.00
; Ocean Oernler'B Truck Fanning the South....,...................O'.................. ............. 1.60
; Steamship Company. Whitner's Garden ngin Florida................................................O'.............. 1-50
McClellan' Digest Laws of Florida................................................. ........ 4.00I
Cextrnl 90 Meridian have all the Maps, Rooks,etc,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica
( or Time.)
tion. Legal Blanks of every dP8eripUon.WILCOX .
Passage Rates Between Jacksonville, New, York and Boston Direct.

Cabin CS: Steerage,12.50; Excursion (return trip),H&fio
( THE: Magnificent Steamships I of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: THE. & GIBBS GUANO CO.,

CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt H. C. DMlrfit............./ ....Wednesday, March 2-lOaOa.m SUCCESSORS. T.) WILCOX GIBBS CO.. ,
,1 01'1 Y OK' AUGUSTA, Capt.J.W. Cat arrive .....f ridav. March. 4-.1OOp.m The Oldest Importers and Manufacturers of Guano in America.
z CjnTY OP8AVANNAH, Capk F. Smith.- M or day, March 7400p.m '
NACOOGHEE, Cape Kemp n.Wednesday, Marc!1 9- 5:30p. m Established 1859.
rALLAHASSEE, Oapt. .- ... ,Friday k Mar h.U-7OOa. m
IJIATTAHOOCHEE; Capt. H. C. Darg,tt........ ............ Monday March 14- -.ooa..m For all kinds of Truck.
:? CITY OF AUGUSTA, Cap t.J..W.Catharine,................Wedneady.Marc lft-ll:30ain ,
OTYOFSAVANNAH, OapU F. Smith. ........................Friday, March 18-1:30p.:: m Truck Farmers' Special Guano. (GREEK BBAND.)
ttACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton..... .........'.. .-.........., .' Monday, March 214:00 p..m These Fertilizers delivered to, Steamer or Railroad .at. SAVANNAH or CHARLESTON
TALL.AHAB8EE.tipt. Fisher ... .................Wednesday;March 23-.&30 p.m free of drayage,per bag of 200 ies.13 75; per Ton $J7 50.
Chi ATPAHOOCHEE' ,,CajO. H. C.hag.g.ett......................!..Friday March 25- tl00: p.m
r J CITY OF AUQUHTA, Oapt J. W. Catherine ............. -,Moth(,&3P, March 28-800 a. m For young Orange and other Fruit Trees Vines etc.
CITY OFBAVANNAH,'CaptF.Smith.r.,,...,................Wedneaday,. .. 9oo..m. Orange Growers. Special. 4>uano. (BLUE BRAND.)
Per Bag of 200 B*.S3 75; per Ton $37 60

f 'OFMACON,'Capt Kelley............,........... ....... 'at, 12:00) n'n For Bearing.OrangeJfTree*. Grower. Own. ORAKOB BRAND.
U A I'E CITY, Capt. Hedge ................... ...........Thuraday'Mar.10 at 6:00 p.m Orange ( Per Bag: of 200 Ibs.) $4 00 Ton $40 00
} CITY OF MACON, Cap, Kelley..............................Thursday, Mar. 17,at 12rfO n'n ; per
' lATE CITY Capt, Hedge. ..... ........... .... ... ... -.......Thursday: Mar. 2j,at &30p.m Doubly Ammoniated Truck Farmers' Special Guano.
t CITY OF MACO Capt.,.. Kelley..f.; :..:. .-,;;.....:...7.: ...:..:.....Thursday" Mar Sl.at. 1050a.m Per Bag of 200 Ibs.$i 00; per Ton$50 00. *
FOR PHILAl>ELPiI A. Pure Animal Bone Meal and Potash.
[These Steamers do not carry Pa 8eneen.] Per Bag of 200 Ibs.S3 75; per Ton$37 60 .

I IIJNIATA .... .. ... .... .....
apt Askins .:.i., .* ,} Saturday, March 52:00 p.m Pure Animal Bone Meal.
DOSttOUG, rapt N. at.Howes.... .?..... ...Saturday, March 127:30 a. m Per Bag of 200<>Ibs.$i 75; per Ton $37 50
k UNIATA, Capt. Atkins............'......:.... .,.... .... . .Saturday, March 192:30 p. m For Cotton,Tobacco, Corn, Wheat,etc.
DESSOUG, Capt. N. F.Howes.,4... .,.Saturday, March 26- iOOp.m wilcox, Gibbs & Co' manipulated Guano. (BLACK BRAND.)
THESE PALACE: ( STEAMERS, Per Bag of 200 fts. $2 75; per Ton $27 50

Connecting,with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway; (Waycross, Short Line) Excellent Georgia Standard Guano.
' Per Bag ot 200 s.l$2> [ 55;per Ton $25 50
Offer to the Traveling Public ahd Shippers advantages equalled by no other Jlne.- _
Turough Tickets and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North, East and Northwest Any of the aboi e Packed In Barrel. if Desired.Our .
Savannah.., For further particulars apply to, .
HENRY YONGE, Agent, *" ...> C. G. ANDERSON, Agent, -.. prices are Lased on prompt and certain Cash. They will riot admit of any losses by
' Pier No.35, North River New York. City Exchange Building;Savannah, Ga. pooror slow pay. Therefore, to insure prompt shipments,orders should be accompaniedwith
y RICHARuSON & BARNARD, Agents Savannah Pier, B .ston.t the money. (Approved acceptances with interest at 8 per cent. added to our Cash
W.JU JAMES, Agent, 18 S.Third: Street,Phitadelphta.J.D.aHAMHAGENEaaternAgentSav.Florlda .. Prices for the time taken, will be regarded as equivalent to cash.) Give lull shipping directions -
&'Western'Ry.Co.,261BroadwayNY.For : ,and you may rely upon the goods being shipped the day the order is received.N. .
iniormation and Tickets apply to connecting line" B.-:Samples, of any of our Goods,--will mailed. on application.

H. R. CHRISTIAN. Soliciting AKent.J' .. Works. .at -Savannah, Ga.. and Charleston, S. C.


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1 NOB!5 North Market and Clinton. Sts.,',Boston, 'lU.... ,
REFERENCES: -T.G. filer, CashlerFanueU Hall National BanK, boston; Richardson & ,
Barnard, Agents Boston and Savannah S. S. Co.,Savannah Ga.- H. C.Denton, Gainesville,
Fla.; J. Dozler, Ocala,.Fla.; A' C.Turner, Clear \\ ater Harbor, t ia; A. H. Manville,Jack- -
sonville.Fla.. '. I .
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Orange; Trees and All Kinds of Veg-otnbles.

Natural food for plan -J1fe- Especially adapted to sandy soils. Anyone wishing to obtain '
strictly good fertilizer will find it.to biB Interest to try this. It is not a'cone* ntrated Grade Fertilizers.
chemical fertilizer but a well manufactured Organic Compost The effect is permanent. High

E Price ( in Sacks ) $10.00'per Ton.

Send for Circulars. I have nonage nU.. Address Soluble Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Ash Element,
GEO. HUTCHINSON, German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats,
________Crescent Ct 1y. Fla
High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes.

Fresh Garden and Field Seeds,

All Orders Fill '.
Full line for Spring planting, consisting in part of Water'Melon Seed, Musk Melon, Promptly e.

Squash, Tomato, Bush 'Beans, Valentine, Mohawk, Early Six Weeks and Refugee, and
Garden Peas. R. M. MEANS, Treasurer

-- GOO Barrels- J 8 eed I'otntoes, 5OO

Early Rose, Burbank Seedling, Beauty of Heabron and Chili Red.: Also Greenhouse and Braidentown Real Estate Agency.EDGAR .
Nursery Stock. Catalogue free on application. S. L. T1UB1'i'I S,

i 25 East: Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla._Seedsman and Florist. M. GRAHAM,

ASK FOR AND TAKE_ONLY Attorney at Law Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace,

Braideiilown, Manatee Co., Fla.
Will buy and fell all kind of Heal Esta'e' on commission. Eighteen years' residence In
Lily Baking PowderEmblem ; Manatee County Personal knowledge) of most of the lands throughout the county. Asa
practicing Attorney and a? County Judge for a number of years, I have had occasion to
Il become familiar with many title and the County Records Having been continuously en
gaged, all these years in the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable products
purity. of thl gemKtropiral section! eves me advantages in the selection of the various qualities of
lands suitable. Maps and Abstracts furnished, Titles examined and Deeds executed. Information
furnished. Correspondence solicited.
Absolute Purity and Strength Guar NOTE.-Braldentown situated! on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,about
thirty-five miles south ot Tampa. Has daily service by the elegant steamer Margaret. Ad
anteed. J a rent are'the lovely Terra Ce.'a' Sarasota. and Palma Bola Bays,teeming with all kinds offish
,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building sites in
the world with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands where tropical fruits and
choice vegetables may be grown to perfection.

a.'j Well Curbing and Chimney Flues

.war "., PREPARED ONLY BY l.r l/ ; _
.-, / Cheaper ani Better than Brick.


,Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.
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Florida Chemical Works, 4, Address ., ,

Jacksonville, Florida. TRA1J mUtK. Office 2K West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

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. O'ffer Residence and Business'Lots'at St.James City:(Big'Pane Island);Charlotte' Harbor; New York
also suburban land for Tropical Fruit and Winter Gardens. The most southern. port for"sea- Charleston & Florida



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The elegant Steamers of this,Line are appointed to sail for CHARLESTONS& NEW|YORK
From JACKSONVILLE.......... ....."4...........................Every F FRIDAY:
From FERNANDINA....,................ .....Every SUNDAY and WEDNK DAY.In .

: .J "80nville.
CHEROKEE (New)...................................., ....,.,....... :",Friday,Feb. 4,at 12:00 n'n
a MEMINOLE (New), .......... ........... .. ..... "......... ...\Friday, Feb. Uat 6:30am
CH i I.ROKEF: ( ew). ...... ..+................ .. ...... ....... ...Friday 'eb.IS,at 12:00: n'n "
-1 SEMINOLE (New).................... ..... ....... -. .". .. .,....... ..Friday, Feb.2,;,at 6:00am 4
From Fcriiuiidina.
1 Every Sunday and Wednesday evening on the arrival of the Florida.Railway,'d Navi-
gation Company's trains. i : **

DKLAWARE............. ......Sunday, Feb. 6 CITY OF-COLUMBIA ..\VednesdayFeb. 2
-4 -- .% Y YEM AHSEE.....1.......,.....Sunday, Feb. 13 CITY OF ATLANTA.. ./Wednesday, .Feb. 9
DELAWARE ................Sunday, Feb.20: CITY OF COLUMKIA. >.Wednesday,Feb.16YEM
__L r -- ArtSEE. ..................S1ndayFeb.27 CITY OF ATLANTA....,.Wednesday,Feb.23
.- Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, E. R.,New York, every TUESDAY THURSDAY -
and SATURDAY,at 3 p. m.

The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line ar,- unsurpassed. Every atten
tion will be given business entrusted to the Line. Direct all shipments from New York.via I
''SAN CARLO,M (Now Open) !St.Jamey: City.CHESTER. CLYDE'S FLORIDA LINE, Pier 29,East River. .
BALL, Manager. For further information apply

T Reference-J. R. C'ainpbell, St.James Hotel,Jacksonville. CLARENCE WAGNER,Agent, J. A..LESLIE,Agent, ..
Delightful surroundings,driving; yachting,. flsh,oysters, fresh vegetables. Soil adapted t Fernandiua,.Fla. Jacksonville,Fla.
Oranges, Plne-Applcs, Cocoanuts,etc. Tourists, invalids and sportsmen say it Is the m os 86 Bay St.,cor.Hogan. .
attractive spot in the Htate. THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen.Agents t
Reached from Punta Gorda by steamer Alice Howard,leaving for St.James City Tuesday, 3>Broadway,N. Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia Broadway, N.Y. t
Thursday and Saturday a. m. Address
C. A. BOA RDM AN, Gen. Manager. .,
J. M. KREAMER; Pros., Jacksonville. St.James City,Charlotte Harbor. .

Pomegran Valrico Nurseries, RAAasaa
ate s,FigsPeaches '
H. L. WHEATLEY, Proprietor. -
PIII&Appleglirapes :
: Avocado pIn, "'rr '
Pears. Anona, '
\ Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, ALTAMONTE, ORANGE COUNTY FLORIDA.
Oriental 1 erlnm,
Plums and w. G. TOUti1 1Y, ( a wHam.
Persimmons, Poind na, SQUATS Orange &'Lemon ears,
&fn6r Hillsborough' Co., Flo. PALMS Ele. )
LIMB, Ete. i L 1 { P lams,
Giant andCommon. -TREES eachev,
ROCKWELL & KINNE, :enlmmons.

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

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

38 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla. .


Han tor sale choice Lota. Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows Interest on deposits,Collects
I Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loins,eta
J C. OREEIjEY Kreldenf L. D. HOSltf ER. Treasurer.
Choice F'rult.an:1: Vegetable Land near transportation for investment or Cultivation.
Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites for H mes: Railroad an t Daily Malls. )
Also Town Lots at.Ban Pablo and Atlantic City on the nsull went Plan if desired. Address SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.
JAS. M.KBEAMKR President,over Bank of Jacksonville or V. B. GKANT. .,
Sin Pablo, Florida. Catalogues, with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list includesthe
choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also, .

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

is of the in the State. Thornless and
Our stock one largest Early Fruiting varieties a ,;
general line of fruit trees adapted to Florida including the largest stock of Peach specialty.
Tree. to be found in she State, Peen-To and Honey Peaches a specialty, 11. \V. PIERCE,
also several other choice varieties peaches. My stocK of Kclsey's Japan Plum Trees Indian SprI'gs,Orange Co.,Fla. :1'
consists of5.'<00 or upward all home grown,and buds taken from bearing trees ou my nlace.15OO .
Pirhoiino Alive Trees((2 to6 ft. bleb), bOOOO Orange Trees ((3 to 4 yrs.old). ,.
A full supply of l,Conte,Kelffer and other Pear trees,Japan Persimmons, Figs, Quinces, Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries \
Apricots,Nectarine:;,Japan Medlars,Mulberries,English" Walnuts, Pecans, Almonds,Japan ,
Chestnuts, Grapes, Raspberries, Blackberries,etc.
stock solicited. Catalogues free on application to
An examlation. of G. L. TAIJEU, Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and r
Vines. No Loss in Transplanting.
Glen St.Mary,Fla. .
Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. Address
A. E. CIIAmPLIN t \ .
MANVILLE NURSERY Co. Oakland,Orange Co., Fla.

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

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. Fruitland Nurseries, .Augusta. Ga. ..
The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees *pecially adapted to Florida Is doubtless the
free. .
of 27 sent
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List pages most varied in the United rttates. A special{catalogue(No.4)) Is published for this branch
F. S. CONE, Manager, of our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as P*>en-To, '
CRtSCENT CITY, FLA. Honey and other Chinese Peaches,Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons, Eryobothryas Grape '
Vines, etc. we have a very large stock of Reiser's and new Japan Plum, Japan "' ,
Chestnut felon Shrubs and other new fruits. Also all the new Roses of merit, Palms,
The Lakeland Nursery Company. Acacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees. Flowering shrubs etc. Cataloguessent
free to ah applicants. No.1. Hardy fruit tree Hoses, o.2. Greenhouse
LEMON AND LIME TREES plants... No.3. Wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Krults and Ornamentaltrees
ORANGE suited to Florida. P.J. Berkmans, ProarietorRev.
Peen-Toand Honey Peaches, Kelffer and Lenonte Pears, Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan ,

Persimmons nanas. Loquats, Figs, Orapes., Cattley Guavas' Strawberries, ,Pine-Apples and Ba- Lytman: : :11aelp: : s ,

Tropical Potted Fruit Trees a Specialty. 'SAN FORD. FLORI DA. ,
List free on application. E. H. TISON. Manager '
Price SELLS .
Lakeland' Pol It Co..Fla "'

Oranges rl."r..e. and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden Crops, :

1.000,(XX)Apple,Peach,Plum, Pear,Quince,Fig and Mulberry Trees. Also a large stock ol SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOR EACH CROP. .

berry Peach Plants SeedUngs,etc.,suitable, for sale for at Willow grafting Lake and Nursery.budding stocks Grape Vines, Raspberry. Straw- No Vermin-Feeding Compounds used in the Manufacture of these Goods .

Descriptive catalogue and pr Ice list mailed free on application Address The highest grade goods are tne best and cheapest and these goods meet the want. Many ,
SAMUEL H. HUMPH, years'tests find them to be all that is claimed for them. References con he given but it is y
Marshall ville,Ga. needless where goods are so well known. It can be truthfully said that these are the standard


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