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 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 21, 1887
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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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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ORGAN OF. THE FLORIDA FRUIT GROWERS1 ASSOCIATION. AND"" _THE I' FLORIDA FRUIT, AND.

., 2 VEGETABLE. GROWERS', PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION

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.,gas....' Y. .B.co.ta") Jacksonville 'Fla: Monday March 21 1S87 I Established I860.
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A Maavllle, Series Vol. 7,No. 12.

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K.A.WT ATT. OEO. D. BABCOCK. PRICES THE LOWEST.
THE CARROLLTON
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HARLAN HOTEL Stores, Crockery, ,
I O. A./DREKA &: CO., Proprietor
Enlarged'and improved. Capacity doubled Tin-ware. 0.:8: L'E N G L E China, CAPT.! J. MINOT, Manager.

in 1886. Elegant new furniture Electric'Bells, Chandeliers, DELAND, FLA.
-- tcv:Tennis, Croquet,'Bllllards,''Boating,'etc. Granite Iron-ware, Lamps
Table supplied with the best of everything. Accommodations for 135 Guests. Situated
'Fresh vegetables from hotel garden every day Oil,Stoves, AND.COMPANY Burners, 'Chimneys, In the very center of the city,conveniently located
In the 'Milk In abupdance from the Silver-ware. to Postofflce.Telegraph office,Churches,
year. .
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Irondequolt'Dairy. Gas Fixtures, etc. Surrounded by beautiful grassy'ground*
arranged for Lawn Tennis, Croquet and other
LAKE.HELEN, VOLU8IACO.:, FLA. i House Furnishings, ". Freezers, outdoor amusements.A .

Five miles-from DeLand. Table Cutlery, f Refrigerators, select Orchestra has been secured' for th*

Gate City Filters, season.
LAKE HELEN. Fire Rate, $2.50 per Day and Upward
Dogs
' JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,,Dinner, Tea and
The Blue'SprhlgOrarige' City and Atlantic Special Rates by Week or Month.

Railroad ,1s now-completed to Lake Helen, Baskets and Wooden-ware! I Toilet Sets. : Hotel, Furniture and Fittings New. Hot
$nd dally,train service has been put on connecting and Cold W'>;ter.Bath and Closet,on each floor.
wlt.i all trains over the J.,T.& K. W. ,Electric. Bells. All protection possible against
Particular Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
Ry,and also St.Johns River steamers. TourIsts Fire. Write for particulars.
should not fall to take a trip\Qver"this
route, passing as it does, directly across the .w.T. FORBES. .'W. P. GIFFORD.", C. G. PEARCE. J. B.CHRISTIE, Attorney.
famous Orange Ridge" of VolusU County, Real Estate and Loans.
:at Its broadest and most attractive point,' :
through extensive Orange Groves, past beautiful W. T. FORBES & CO.,
lakes,- l winterhomes/over;over a.well.
ballasted''roadbed;broad gauge heavy steel -


ployees rails pleasure, elegant, trip and attractive.all Pulman that 'combines Cars, courteous.to make em-a. Florida! :Rnal ,Estate :Exchange and Law a ..omcns.Prope G. B. GRIFFIN 9 & SON

This route. ,-.tartin&at Blue Spring Landingon
the St.Johns River,clos by the celebi.ated

whose mammoth bosom sulphur the largest spring steamers or'this name could float upon, yBought: and Sold in every County? of! Florida. -

In the-.midst tropical'luxuriance: of a
river hammock ro"ses themain line of'.th.. :Capital Invested! Loans +Negotiated, Taxes Adjusted and Paid,
J.,T.&K/W. Ry, at Blue Spring Junction, Legitimate Investments.
one mile from the river. Orange City, the Titles Examined. COin eyancing, Surveying, etc. ,
{ next station is a growing busy town, surrounded1) "
' )wtextensive: orange'groves.' 'From l Send,for our Real Estate Bulletin. .
' Thence to Lake Helen the:present ;
f we pass through a park.llke 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,32i W Bay Street, Jacksonville. Fla.
Land Extension of the same system.Just before
reaching Lake Helen,the' "Villa City" Information cheerfully furnished.
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I of South FlorlJ.L"_TIils Is,without exception, DESlllJS & ,
t the prettiest town on,the peninsula,and no BROK'EDS' West BaJ''Street", ," ,
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pains have been spared or mistakes.made, in ESTATE JACKSONVILLE. '" ,
mak1 g.the'most.; of its natural attractions.Its Best:selections in city and Suburban Lots!,Orange Groves and/Truck Farms.;Pine Lands,
commodious hotel the Harlan House," Lands VIII ..I'es the St.Johns
Railroad and Government ,lovely i on River etc. 75 West BayStreet,Jacksonville,
with its annexes, and the many attractive All business pertaining to Real Eatate-promptly+ attended to and satisfaction guaranteed. OFFICES Windsor Alachua
: { County,
,, ; mansions and unique cottages,
surrounded Inverness, Hernando County.
.A and lawns
1 by beautiful gardens ;
and clustering around the blue waters of Lake The: C1ark's: : CoV"euan.' : : .

Helen. The balmy breezes' which blow from oe> R. N.ELLIS,C. E. A. E.MCCLURK,
Ocean and Gulf,and which at its are not intercepted ,q S Arcnltect,
ameliorating the winter's cold andtempering 8; ; E 3D: e
the i summer's: heat making It,the ... ::-.0 ELLIS & MCCLURE
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healthiest and most comfortable spot,on the !. --e!':: ,
continent either for a permanent. residence U. tOO to ..i + ;z'; p Architects and Civil Engineers
l or lor a sojourn in either winter or r.'Doo,7&IIII6II i
.. ;:: ic 9crz. tzj Plans,Specifications and Estimates for buildings
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; A .< .. 4J a .- 8 of all kinds,Sanitary work etc.
. A trip through South Florida'without a = .IO... : .iU; = ..: Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto Block, Bay: St.
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, but be "tS... 0 ifs.
glance at this lovely country cannot' 10'. 'cp ... P.U. Box 783. Jacksonville,
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EI m M'..v .. ,h .: .:. : F MrW Sanford,83 miles south of Jacksonville. It U
Especially adapted to a'WAR11i > : .. .. ; ... on the high pine ridge on the shores of Lake
'o : > 0 Louise. ,aqd Is surrounded by a fertile and set
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t- tied country. It has'a compllete system of
CLIMATE iI! = : : : lid ...
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.. -c ,c:: F CIi aD .'" water-works and sewers in ClpO'ratlon.HUTEL
... E-4 b c-c.c; Co .,. ;.:.OO .; SEV1LLEContaining -
T. ,ROCKWOOD CUTLER ; ':;: cq x:a : .y., f. S'S' 5 ..a'e i ublic and private bath-rooms,
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f e billiard room. etc.. Is managed by Mr.H.
cs ., cn tl\ Channel,late steward of the t-Jarenuon dab,
ARCHITECT, .. ,_ct_CP.........' .eo- Manchester England under the general direction
0 0 pvE CIIc 4CI _... ol the Seville Company.!

,,Once 32%.West Bay Street ,Abell Block, S -' 1\ ".'-g Lots terms.and acre Settlers property and and fur sale investors on reasonable are re--

>o = to visit the town. Address
Quested
Jacksonville. Fla.- .4. r SEVILLE COMPAN i,Seville,Fla.'
.. .' 1 J. \ Wightman & Christopher, State Agents, onYoung", President 35 Wall at, New
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'., .:KissjwyfEE: :;, ';tANp.;.' AGENCY,,,' ..pGiO- ;:.=:!:' ', 'f';' -4fAL."l '..S'T, ''O ,;. 'f&.... :.f-' 'Q RfMtHflFRUIT : "" l I T'HS'' ",.r.:.tf-04r,. If!

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,* AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTPHILADELPHIA.
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Inaugurators of the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida(without ice).
3,000,000 Acres' Reference: Our Acc't Sales and check, Saturday,for every shipment closed out that week. *


of the Richest Lands in the State. FRUIT TREES, VINES AND PLANTS

. ADAPTED' TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA INCLUDING

[_ i -1I1. Representing all the The Orange and LeD1on.: :

In variety,other Citrus Prints LeConte and Kelfler Pears Japan Plums, Japan Persim..
Disston Companies, mons. Figs,Guavas,Grape,etc.

LrJ PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY

Kissimmee Land Company, A. H. MANVILLECO.. ;

AND Lakeland, Polk County, Fla., and Drayton Island, Putnam County, Fla.
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ftrt, South Florida R, R. Co's Lands. W. N. JUSTICE '

WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT, .

Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts, High and Low Hammocks,first-class Pine Land for No.313 North Water street,Philadelphia. ,
Orange uroves: ,and rich reclaimed: lands for garden purposes. Specialties; SOUTHEHN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Consignments solicited. Returns made on day of sale except for small shipments.
Refer to H.1. Dutton it Co. Bankers,Gainesville, Fla." :.Mann & Hro., Sumtervllle, Fla
J.T.Woflbrd, Fort Mason, i-la.: F.C. Austin,Orange City Ha.: A.C.osteen.Osieen,Fla.;
I ran.ge: Grove First National Bank, C mden,N.J.; W.P. lyde&Co., I hilsdelphla; Ocean Steamship Co.*
Phi la.Office.) Hon. A.Canale,Charleston,S.C.; A. H.Champion, t Havanuah.Ga.
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And Improved Truck Farms. L. W. SHERMAlN': 'C C1C>.,

,- .',. ., General Commission Merchants
TOWN LOTS IN KISSIMMEE, WEST KISSIMMEE AND PINE DALE.
,. ,,' 'C -f' r' AND
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v. J\, .5 RECEIVER OF FLORIDA.. ORANGES
.' 123 Clinton Street Boston.
I. '5;) : i Send for Price and Description List.WILLIAM.
,v ""' : REFERENCES: A.Manville Jacksonville; L.L.Newsome,Crescent City; B. F.WhiU
ner, Fort held ; Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C.W.Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth NatlonaS-
Bank Boston.
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CANNON

Refer to this paper. Kiftsimmee, Orange County, ,Fla. ROYAL PALM NURSERIES.

LAKE .''REOI01V.MORRISON Our new Catalogue of Rare JSxotic Plants, and general Nursery Stock,is now ready.

8T.VPlTL.TOPr fc: CO., BANKERS Price, 15 cents, Postpaid
LEESBUBO, Sumter County, Florida.Correspo&denta .
(Mailed tree to all customers.)
: Amble,Marvin t Stockton,Jacksonville, Fla.; Rank of Manhattan Co.,
New York Cit\; Melville, Evans A Co.,75 Lombard Street,London.Eu land. KEASONER BROS.,
general Bankt g baelneQs copducted. Accounts opened for depositors and collections Manatee, Florida.
made. Money placed on mortgage for investors. -.
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.-Correspondents:Btapylton&Co.,Fruitland Park,Gardenia
P.O..Humter Co., Fla.,and 8 Delahay Westminster, London, England. a:
Investors and rtettlers ere invited to communicate personally or by correspondence. /L1 .

Kill* Mildew. r., :
HAMMOND'S GRAPE DUST ;;
o Sold by 132scdatl J .g dci 't/rvf '
For Pamphlet address ) J&ianavtti : 4Qj; tc 4b. #
hklll-on-Hadion, N. Y.ESTABLISHED Seedsmen.1H75 .
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GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS. t &a) \; :"
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WILLIAM: : : : .4.. BOUB..S, ql1k ; tqtJ'Wj ;
(Successor to J. E. Hart,), 1..
20 West Bay Street Jacksonrllle, Fla.I '.'
handle none but the Best and most Reliable Heeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free on : 71 ,
application. Also,'Wholesale.Dealer in ( -

Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat : .
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GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS, COTTON' SEED MEAL, Etc. a OwitQ& :1 Tha'4'0rvr caJ36kv.,,-. !

STATE AGENT FOR '

J. E," Tygert, '& Co.'s, A Star Brand Analysis.Fertilizers.Guu.ro.nteed j mrt 01"Jt <;:MiCA .S: fr" 'J.IrrruJ mq. .,';rAvAntfN


Comprising ORANGE pr-TREE and VEGETABLE John"Qw: \ .Gtnl jq'r.75 St" A"J .
FERTILIZER, BKL PURE"GROUND BONE ) 4L
'lRADE %
MURIATE OF POTASH, SULPHATE POTASH, /'O ? ,u ;' .
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NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC.. ry {ju-r- .
Prices on application. July 27 tl ., <

BUILDING I r MATERIAL.. THE, CITRA NURSERIESHave'on .

hand'and'for sale a large stock of fine .s'i
THE LARGEST STOCK IN FLORIDA. Budded l Sweet ...
FRONT PRESSED BUICK...................................................81O.OO per 1000 and Seedling Orange Trees. l ,,::;
GOOD FLU It IDA. .. .....r.......... .-.................................. O.OO .* Stocks five and buds one,two and .three years old. All the leading named vanities; well"". .
and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees Ro.. bend .
Lime! ,Plaster,Lath,Cement, ,Hair,Fire,Fire Brirk, Fire'Blabs,Fire Mortar. grown descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhe es etc.. fop

TYSKN, SMITH & CO., 12 West Bay St.. L. W. LIPSEY & CO., .- Cltra, Marion Co., Fla. .

DEPUTY COUNTY. HUKVEYOR. NOTARY PUBLIC. { .,. W.'A.DELL.0. :' -
COOLEY d:3: CO. E.U.STATE BANK OF FLORIDA. T'

Real Estate Brokers and Agents, Safe Deposit Sore. :: ,
Open Dally (Sundays and Lent Holidays+ excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to S p. m... \
61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Safe Deposit hours 9 a.m.to 5 p.m. .
'Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. .City.. .. Fire. and ,Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per Year. ,
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''and Suburban Property for Sale.. ., DOUBLE COMBINATION AND TIME LOCKS. -.. '
Oorrecpond neew>llelted. W.. If. BAiEltt) Cashier. OENBV A. L'EftGI.E, MaaaVer. .",: f. ,
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': FRANK K. KEOGH & CO. A."E. DROUGHT, ". H.SKELDING' J KISSl\JM:
President. C.shier.

284. Twentieth Street, -WHOLK8ALX- Birmingham, Ala. KISSIMMEE CITY BANK, Real Estate Agency


FRUIT AND PRODUCE I COMMISSION MERCHANTS ORANGE' COUNTY FIA.CAPITAL. -

healthy! Lands! Low Prices;!
Early Fruit and Vegetables a Specialty.Consignments .
${50.000. Klsslmmee oflers the best chances for set-
solicited and prompt returns made. Write for stencil and quotations.
I Mei-s in Florida. It Is the coming district asall
Refer to National Bank of .
Birmingham.HAMMOND'S who know the Sate testify. There is IUg
Transacts general: Banking business. M ny for investors in Town Lot

SLUG SHOT KIII.ln.ect.. it j'b Pine and Hammock Land
Buys rind "ellM Exchange. Letters of Credit
Sold by cashed. At reasonable
prices.
For Pamphlet,address
FUhktll-on-the-Htidton Seedsm-en. land for Truck A few
N. T. Has correspondents in all the chief town Au.o good Farming.
ina.i Bearing Groves on tracts of tram
also Seaboard Natk irnl} Bank r
ol Florida, << a
M. & Co., New York. Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
Messrs. C.
2,500,000 ACRES OF LAND Whitney 1 hesft droves are easily enlarged and afford
In Great Britain: The Bank of Irelan start. solicited
a goat Correspondence i
Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Britt i
North America and Melville, Evans & C .
WITl. BONAVJ L.L.
FOR SALE BY London
Klsslmmee,Orange Co., Via

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TIIH FLORID! SOUTllHRN RAILWAY amir -" FAIRVIEW NURSERIES,

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SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF -t: ) 7. O. R. THATCHER,


Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orangr, Manager,

Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard. Baker, Polk & Manatee. 1 0 San Mateo, Putnam County. Florida.The .

Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming, Vegetable and Grazing Lauds In th stale or Flor'
ida. Prlw $1.2.1 per acre and upwards, according to location: .

r For further Information, apply' to. Office Florida Boiunern Hallway ('0., Pala:n,trla.I. J,. best varieties of the Orange and Lemon
rye and other Citrus Fruits.
I. WILKIK:,. \\". P. COUl'KK, .
Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters Choice varieties of the Fig, ol recent Intro
r'1(.let ,'''-rlt and (Chiller l aiiil l I)erlal"1mf'uI.! Chief JolJglllp.erand Land Commissioner. dnction.

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"Fine gardening marks UV progress of clvllIzatlon.-BACON. 44 W. Forsyth St., Op. St. Johns Hott I I. The Cattle Guava, both the Red and Yel-

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA low.The
L How to make fine gardens, how to Peach and Pear of the sorts beat adaptedto
Oimsmlthlng done in all its branches.
the soil and climate of Florida.
} ., grow choice flowers fruit
and vegetables IRON SAFE: WORK
-' f' 1 he Japan Plum -\aJ let It It 01 theMnlbirry'Tart's :
: .A 1 in perfection for pleasure, n""htJ ntlp", I"" stencil rnttlnsr. *>y nH I1. a noire RananR,Grapes, Pecans tie.9Cata .
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j t profit and health, may be learned in 0311'fn: e on application.
Nurseries of Lake Weir Co.
t full by reading that best of all REFERENCES;-Crosby 4 Oowen.Han Mateo;
100,000 Orange and Lemon Trent Hon. <-. W. I yle. Han Mateo: w. J. Webb,
American gardening works, The Our trees are very thrifty, three lend four p.t1"tkA..
\ year old stock %to l IX! Inch diameter, with
: American Garden, which has nne year old buds. Nurseries.: easily acres- New :Plan.t:
> :")le to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for
y just united with itself that sterlingold Catalogues. Address
K. P. FOSTER, Manager
4 journal The Floral Cabinet.: This .18..-11 I iv "nnth Iake \\...tr. FINRare Recommended for Florida.Walnnlsol .
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illustrated magazine of horticultureis
Water Lilies
I is entirely independent, is not run Commerce: II'Ind'" Paper:-
r- rot any merchant has Iced White Blue, :"rlt>rf'rfnrpn'.J"p'tO' Plums, Adriatic tigs.
..) no axes to Yelfcmv, Pink,
.J' Olives i oinfsruna'fs' ', Rosesand many u'ht'r

.... .grind) and is run solely in the I Purple novel I ies. Ever) thins!' ht>
\i 2i":%"csts of American gardening.I.J It is i ciioTcK. scale. Fverything red tl. Sen!\ for catalogue

t Plants free. Pamphlet on. h,g .III lire 1 li
:J the work of Aquatic
ti practical and
men cents. Many plants can be sent by mall.
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\' women in all; sections ot the country. I IN VAUIETY. FANCHEll CREEK: NURSFRY,
r.m1.ft and Chmcesl
.b (See list of contributors.) ollprtio in the (JtTSTAV EISEN Fre-no, California.IConti.
Country.he --

-ftru'el: Lotus ;
f IM *M anal China, 1_
h 'r"y in the
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-\ l'JIICK $l.OOA YKAIJ; reduced( from i nU'ti States; pri i1 -I'-
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:200.:: All L NttLCCO
,;1 premiums abolished. I Grane1'J"pan-
eNtllumblum,. lu"-folored. <
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; Greatly improved in every way. white, with red nt Ipes, $1 j: pure whit,$. Nur ery.
THE TRUE CAPE COD PINK WATER!: H --iiaiiTh
LILY, Si each; two for $7. New Crimson- iuge.tgrr.werot U etr n- horn rut-
f -I Flowered Victoria Keela. Aquatic. for tin s hr-yIuQtherandavo'd Might Catalogues
\ Fish Ponds. General Collection of Green freev VV.W.'l HOMp.-oN,>*mllivilleCJa.
house Plants. Catalogue free to those men- -
E. H. tioning thin paper.
aa LIBBY, K. E. bTUKTEVANT.Hordentowii ibley'sTested Seed

Spw.Jer"py.
Si Catalogue free on application.,
< .. PUBLISHER, BEST WOVEN WIRE FENCING Send for It
STEEL IW\M! SIBLEY & ('0..
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47 Dey Street, New York. WIRE 80c. PER ROD. -

0W AN ANNOUNCEMENT.

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s PATAPSCO FLOURING MILLS -
J The Proprietors of the
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KAI.TIMOIIK, .lid._ 0 Pensacola Greenhouses & Nurserieswould


E stuhlldllt d In : 774. announce that they are now fully or
g..ntzed and prepared for business, with a
"" Twisted Wire Selvage. large and extensive stOCK In all depart mer...*.
The Flours made by these M11U are not surpassed by any flours Trade In this country for All? width*and size: Sold hyn Tope) dealer In ftline and with a Managing Partner of 25 yearn
Family use. of good".FREICHT PAID.Information Wnte practical experience MM FI.rrist, Nurseryman
The value of flour depends on the proportionate quantity ol gluten, sugar and pluwnbateMaryland The McMullen Woven Wire Fence Co, and Lar dpeape Gardner, anal' M full staff of
of lime. and Virginia Wheat, from which oui 158 & .160 W. Lake St.. CHICAGO3O ILL.'ON :. practicallofsl..tRntsln! all department

The Manager who in a practical Landscape
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The Olfchalfd.I I the South in those days, was neglectedand well twenty feet apart or one hundred tor's statement, but can only state
left to shift for itself. In spite of to the acre. facts from my close obs rvatiou of this
.-1 this, however, it grew and throve, and The best method of planting i L* to fruit during the past eight; years.
THE LE COTE PEAR. at the end of six years bore a fine crop dig a hole two feet square and ab..ut When planted on fair soil, enrichedand
of fruit. Each succeeding year it'' eighteen inches deep, and in this, set cultivated it invariably has a remarkably
History and Conditions of Successful doubled, trebled and quadrupled, its the tree up to the collar, (shallower is healthy and vigorous
Culture.At crop of luscious fruit until, even in a better on land inclined to dampness) growth, attaining in highly fertilized
the recent session of the Farm- 'section that was careless of everything cover the roots six inches deep with gardens a height of thirty feet in fiveor
ers' Institute of the Florida Chautau- I but the cultivation of large areas of rich top soil and fill the hole with a six year But when planted in
qua at DeFuniak Springs, the subjoined cotton it attracted considerable atten- mellow compost+' which contains laige old worn out field-, not fertilized, and
j paper was presented on the tion. Even, amateur fruit growers per cent. of vegetable matter. allowe : to shift for) itself among weeds
LeConte Pear, together with the following knew that the splendid tree over forty The trees from the nursery when and grasses I have noticed on several
feet high, bending beneath its load of one year old are straight and un- occasions a blackening of the ends of
LETTER OF TBANBMITTAL. fruit, was not a Chinese sand pear, branched about three to sev,Ii feet the branches which answered to the
H. H. Gillett, D. D., Supt., DeFuniak which is quite dwarf in its habits, and high. These should be cut off after descriptions( of blight I had read; but
Spring, Fla.: skillful nurserymen,after weighing all planting, leaving only about thirty in every case when the same tree was
DEAR SIR-Your esteemed favor of the evidence of its origin, decided thatit inches above ground, and as the eyes afterwards enriche'l and cared for, it
the 9th instant- received on account of was an "accidental hybrid," t the Chinese put out in the spring, all should be has put out a fresh growth and all
Farmers' Institute. I regret that I sand pear being one parent and kept carefully rubbed off except f fouror signs of disease have disappeared andit
cannot be present. some unknown pear, probably the five at the top, which should b"i allowed has become healthy and vigorous.This .
While considering the subject of the Bartlett, being the other. They recognized to grow and form the branches. effect does not follow when trees
, LeCoate Pear, I came to the conclu in it an entirely new varietyof For the first four years they shouldbe are affected with blight.
sion that nothing new could be addedto extraordinary merit, and it was pruned back at least half the growthof Whether this disease I have men-
the good testimony in regard to named in honor of the discoverer, Le the previous year,and all ingrowing tioned is blight or not, the fact remains -
this wonderlul fruit, and just at that Conte. limbs should be removed. The objectof that the Le Conte is remarka-
time a friend of mine-Mr.\ J. H. Gir- ITS INTRODUCTION. this pruning is to make the trees bly free from enemies or diseases and
ardeau of this place-called my at- Colonel Varnedoe, of-Thomasville, broad and stocky, and to discouragethe the appearance of ninety-nine out of
tention to an article he had contrib- Georgia, was agent on the farm where Undeucy of the trees to grow tall everyone hand red planted in Jefferson
uted upon the same subject. I find it this pear grew, and on moving to and slender, so that they may be better county will hear witness to this fact.
so exhaustive, and can endorse it so Thomas county he cut offse-erallimbs able to withstand the winds and not ITS PROFITS.I .
heartily, that I enclose it herewith of this tree and carried them to his be bent down by the fruit. would not touch on this head for fear
and commend it to the society for its new home. He cut these up into The subsequent cultivati >111 consistsof i veracity might be broughtinto -
excellence. 1 cannot add to or sub cuttings and planted them in his gar- keeping the ground free from grass my but as it is a very interesting question partof
stract.from the testimony it bears. I den. To his surprise they all! grew, and weeds and fertilizing trees an this article t.> all who contemplate
,will only say in addition to what he and in a few years he had twelve nually. planting Le Conte I will vent-
says, that with a large; experience-I stately trees yielding fine crops of The best and cheapest plan of culti-- ure a few estimates pears based upon actual
having planted the first LeConte that fruit. At twelve years of age some of vating them is to plant the orchard in factI would warn all who would
planted in Jefferson and thee bore bushels of some that requires clean culture
was county trees over twenty crop read this article, however, not to base
having now in orchard over five hundred pears, and became objects of wonder and high rtilization, lessening the their calculations of the profits of
pear
(500)) trees-I have yet to Fee and admiration for miles around. area planted each year as the growthof culture on these isolated instances,
the first case of blighted Le Con tea, The fact that they could be grown the trees incroach upon the cultivated however true they may each be sepa-
either here or elsewhere. I have sold from cuttings, were free from all dis- land. rated.

nursery stck for five ((5)) years. My I eases; which had hitherto made pear This plan serves the three-fold pur- On land made rich enough to plant
sales this year amounting this season culture a failure in the South, and pose of keeping the orchard clean and cabbages, one hundred Le Conte pear
to over 'OOOO, trees, and reports from yielded so enormously, soon brought cultivated, of fertilizing the trees trees per acre would thrive. At
my correspondents have been invaria- them into public notice,and a demandfor broadcast, which is the best method twelve of they have
years age
bly favorable. This is a wide state cuttings and trees induced Mr. when practicable, and last, of makingthe duced twenty bushels of pro-
pears per
went but nevertheless true and goes Varnedne to propagate them from cut- orchard profitable until it comes tree. These pears have netted five
to prove the adapt bility of the Le tings, and offer them i for sale. They into bearing.The dollars per crate of three peck
Conte to a very large area and i its ,ac naturally first spread into the adjoining LeConte has very few lateral Putting these facts togetner we
to fruit counties of and Florida roots so that is never injured by plow
ceptability experimental growers. Georgia have, as a result, the usual way of calculating -
The trees in this part. of our where, finding congenial soil and cli- ing. It responds readily to cultivation -: the profits of a business, viz:

State, give promise of an abundant mate, they have thriven and Sl| read, and although very hardy and 100 trees, 26 2-3 crates per tree, five
yield this year, and I regard it as a until now their culture has becomeone vigorous will not succeed well if neg dollars per crate; sum total 813333.33
fixed fact in the future that the Le- of the leading industries of these lected and not enriched.ITS 13 hundred
per acre, or one acres (as
Conte will accomplish, by virtue of countries. Thousands of bushels of EN EMn land is cheap and trees plentiful) the
its own edible qualities, which are ex- fruit are annually shipped to Northern It is peculiarly free from any insect modest little sum f$1,333,333.331.3: ,
cellent when properly developed and markets, while the nurseries of enemies. No borer has attacked its as a yearly income on a hundred acre
by reason of the fact that we can here Thomasville Georgia and Monticello
trunk and no caterpillar its leaves. |bear grove. The owner of a paltry
surely grow the better known and Florida, annually grow, and sell hundreds Our midsummer heats seem only to gold mine is a beggar, and a tramp in
e more highly prized varieties upon Le- of thousands of trees to supplythe stimulate its growth, and although comparison.A .
Conte, roots. I say I consider it as demand for them, which is in they have been planted in the far safer calculation than the above

certain that the LeConte will'tlo for creasing each year. Northwest, they have never been in would be, fifty trees per acre, five
Northwest and Central Florida, at an ITS cold. It has been bushels of
CULTIVATION.In jured by long pears per tree, eight or ten
early day, all and more than thecitru's selecting land to plant on, a deep claimed by the friends of the Le Conte years old, one dollar net per bushel,
family have done>, for our Southern loam with a clay foundation should be that was entirely blight proof.: No total''$250 per acre income; this is a

brethren. chosen, although by proper care theycan trees that had been grown during the very modest estimate as the following
Wishing great good and expecting be successfully grown on almostall twenty years of its infancy had shown facts will prove:
lasting benefits from your meeting, I kinds of land, with one invariable any signs of blight, but of late years, Two trees twelve years old in Mon-
remain yours sincely, exception : I have never known themto since it has been more widely cultivated tiuell'i have yielded enough pears in
B. W. P ARTRIUGE. do well on damp or sour land, however several parties have ,claimed that one season to realize.650 at low prices.
Feb.2G,1887.
Florida
Monticello favorable to their growth all the it was not blight pr 'of. Noticeable The lowest prce < tiered for the crop on
MR.. MAGRUDER'S ARTICLE.In other conditions may have been. among these is Dr. Kenworthy, who the trees is $1 per bushel, while $2 or
1853 Major Le Conte, then of Therefore, if the land is not naturallywell claims that he is perfectly familiar 63 i is no uncommon price to realize per
Philadelphia, sent to his neice, Mrs. drained it should be ditched and with the organism which causes blight crate when shipped.At .
Harden, of Liberty county,, Georgia, thoroughly drained before attemptingtheir and that he has, with the microscope, the very lowest estimate that
a pear tree purchased from a nursery, cultivation. On good soil theyare discovered the same organism in limbsof can be put upon them they are cer-
and labeled "Chinese Sand Pear." It usually planted thirty feet apart the Le Conte which showed symp tainly a profitable investment; as ornamental -
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the price they can he'bought for; and side of growing oranges; I am well con sula] trenched, passing the waters of

the enhanct d value of land on which IRP ltion.SUBIRRIGATION.. vinced. On the flatwoods are found rains through soils, extracting their

they are planted will pay for them ten humus, and these have, during solids and correspondingly increasing

times over. droughts, been at times burned over. fertility of lands, at the same time

Two acres containing one hundred From this has come potash. In protracted purifying the waters, the entire of

and sixteen trees sold in Mnnticello --Now Being In- droughts the ponds along Florida would within a few years become

fur une thousand dollars beford the Mr. Cole's System them have dried, and the decay of a garden of the gods. I am as
Lake Helen.
trees ever fruited, and seven acre in troduced at vegetation and death of reptilian, certain of this as of my existence.Can .
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : with fish and flesh this be done? is the
trees, four years olp1 1, brought the same mortality gen- question.
price. Thanks' for l : your prompt publication erally, has added to that fertility. My answer is, it can be done, and is

ITS USES. of my first letter after reaching Their subsoils are usually those of to be done, and the sooner ever person

The LeConte is considered Florida. As stated therein, I had compact sands, and, in numerous in- in Florida comes to understand this,
not a
fine table by those accustomed to been but four days in the State when stances, those of clay or hardpan. the sooner will work begin in earnestto
pear that letter was written. This dates Much to considerable depths is in accomplish it. Not till I came
fine but those
eating to, of us at
pears
the South who do not get those fine'pears my thirteenth day since touching your many instances found along them. In herewas| I able to say this without

the LeConte is a., good sub. soil. I have witnessed three sharp certain cases, clay, muck and sand will qualification. I now say it, and I ask

stitute. It ripens best very when plucked showers, and have seen the waters of be discovered in nearly equal pro every official and stockholder in your

from the when rains moving off in streamlets in some portions. Where sands are so pre- railroad and steamboat companies and
tree fully grown, wrap- degree, and in others have discovered ponderating as to call for clays and corporations to give attention to the
ped in and put in a close place
This fact paper the for that they make rapid transit into mucks, in order to give them consist- following facts:
it
makes ship-
pear lakes and ponds at bases of slopes and ency, these should be lifted from their 1. There are inexhaustible quarriesof
as, it will ripeu in a week or ten
Sing when treated in this: I ate inclines, or fetch up in swamps and beds and added to the sands, but be- coquina rock along your shore lines,
way. along moist lands, as discovered in fore should be best material for
doing so thoroughly : possible filling
(July 23,) some blown off"the
pears countless .
flat-woods. That
your your composted. trenches. Add to this the mounds of
tree during a gale on July 1st, when
lakes and ponds have their sources in i If Florida all
can secure a diversified shell found in parts of the State,
they were only about half] and
grown rains, rather than in springs at their agriculture, she will not unlikely be- and you have something worth more
mellow and well flav
they were juicy,
bottoms as a rule, I am convinced.It come the Empire State of the South. than stone, since in burying them in +

ored.They make ] is these waters that your corre- Her climate is incomparably better trenches you will everywhere be dif
delightful preserves, spondent, Mr. W. C. Steele, seems so than that of other States. Her penin fusing lime in soils and correspond-
sweet pickles, and pickles, are
very sure will be lost. As to prompt himto sular position between the Atlantic ingly increasing their productiveness.The .
fine in
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brandy can
put ,
cheaply canned away and put for very winter : suggest that I am about to demon ocean and Gulf of Mexico gives to her coquina rock should be quarriedby
away strate my inability to store the waters, the breezes of the Bahamas. I find railroad companies and transported -
use.' They make a delightful drink and more than hints that I will fail to her nights cool and her delightful : on flat cars, and the same of shell
resembling cidtr but much bet
very make a success of carryi"g water in a mornings bring me out of bed to see and this should be done at lowest paying
ter, and lastly, can be dried and
evap- sieve. Mr. Steele surely does not understand the sun rise. I have conversed with rates. Nor only so. These companies -
orated and in this shape can be used
me. My system does not scores of Northern people who have should lift up from their beds
the round as a staple article of
year propose storage of water in trenches, settled here, and are spending the en- the mucks and clays, and diffuse them
food. I In this
healthy shape they command -
remunerative but a checking of them rather, flow- tire year in your State, and all agree over the State to mix with the sands.
quite a price, very ing them out when in surfeit, and allowing that the heat is less oppressive thanat This may be done during the summer
much than
that
higher paid for
evap- I them to percolate through soils the North during our warmest sum- months when there is little else to be
orated apples or peaches. beneath, saturating them, thereby mer weather. done.

The young LeConte trees are being making mvther earth a store house of That a gentleman of the manifest 2. Fares over all railroads and

bought in large quantities by Northern moisture for times of need. The soil intelligence of your correspondent, Mr. transportation lines should be reduced,

nurserymen us stocks on which to above the overflows is ma !le a sponge, i Steele, has failed to discover that, and the hitherto exhorbitant chargesat
other of weaker habit
graft pears lifting up the water by capillary attraction were waters of rains falling duringthe the hotels should cease, and their
and for this alone the cultivation -
purpose and allowing plants; t<> eat.and sands down bed-
of the LeConte will continue year upon your dropped at proprietors ome square to
a drink their fill. When rains are abundant once two or three feet. into your soils, rock and Florida should rely upon

profitable business for years to come. shielded as will be the waters from that they would retain their temperature home resources, rather than on grow-

ADDITIONAL FACTS. influence to a large degree, of solar remaining cool, in the stead of ing oranges, keeping hotels and board-

To succeed in growing this pear the evaporation, there will be found no being heated by surface sand, and, in ing houses, and depending upon luck

'first factor is pure stock. To insure lack of sustenance for growing crops. their raiu-water character, move grate generally rather than upon brains and _

this buy. only from reliable parties, In times of drought, however, recourse fully along: watersheds, and in subsurface muscle. This done, aud Californiaand

,stipulate that they shall begrown would need be had to artesian flow leave behind them animalcule other distant lands far less by nature -

from cuttings, and from trees not contaminated wells where obtainable, and where not, and other solids, constantly favored, will cease to commandthe

by the admixture, of other to lifting the waters from lakes, ponds increasing soils in fertility aid evaporating surplus revenues of health and

varieties. Plant carefully cultivate and shallower wells, and throwingthem slowly through the sands from pleasure ekers the world over, and

,thoroughly, enrich bountifully. It back toward summits and drop-- their percolation and movement beneath Florida will secure a resident popula-

adds I very much to the beauty, of an ping them into trenches, leave them ,correspondingly increase humid- tion ten times as great as now, and
to move back to planes and levels be- of the clouds times of the comeandgo
orchard to have the trees planted in ity atmosphere, creating twenty as large -

perfectly straight rows, so that in.. low in sub-surface flow or percolation.I distilling rains, and making an end to order, and that, too, within the next

whatever direction you look a.. feel quite sure that your correspondent good degree of wet and dry spell)) decade. J...N. COLE.
beautiful avenue may itself. has never MS completely tested thAt equalizing the rainfall, and in all re Lake Helen,March 9,1887..
may present
c force as myself, most mysterious of all gards modifying hitherto conditions of r
among nature's magic laws, the one of soils and temperature, is more puzzlingto Irrigation With Hot Water.

Large quantities of home raised capillary attraction. On no lands as me than how "to carry water in a Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:

corn are being brought into town and yet have I found gravity prevailingover sieve,"' more especially when the sieveis Where a large flow of warm water

Bold,,the farmers realizing! seventy five this wonderful influence, exceptin pretty much all in your eye. from an artesian well, having a tem-

cents I per bushel for it. Some of ,our these of gravelly subsoil. Mr. J. If Mr. Steele will look carefully, perature of eighty degrees or more, is

sister counties, where the land does J. W. Billin:sley, editor of the Drainage to my system and understand it rather available, it might possibly have a .

not produce the staff of life, find a and Farm Journal, of Indianapolis. than jump at conclusions, in the steadof modifying effect upon the temperatureof

..surplus of several thousand bushels in Indiana, does not hesitate to de- being a hindrance, he can become a the surface soil if forced into pipes

Levy county that our farmers, would clare that my system is good for lift- help to Florida and her long suffering under ground in great quantities at

like to dispose of for cash.-Levy ing the waters from subsoils and of population. No sooner are your sub. high pressure and perhaps have a ten-

County Times. completely saturating a dry sandbank soils filled with water, and your sur- dency to lessen the danger of injury

Le Conte trees will receive and Mr.,Billingsley should be face ones made into sponges, than the from frosts. But the heating of sucha

another boost pear in Florida after this good authority. vermin so everywhere along your vast amount.of water by any artifi-
season What are denomiuated your flat- peninsula, hitherto the source of greatest cial means is out of the question. The
cold of few
the frozen snap the) blooms a on days the trees ago wo ds are in my opinion to be found discomfort, will largely disappear, expense of boilers, etc., would be be-

having invaluable so soon as sub-irrigation is and your persecutors in air above and yond the means of most gardeners and
of fruit in
and destroyed'the and crop Alabama. It applied to them. While youi ham. earth beneath, and in your waters on after the apparatus was all fitted up

Northern Georgia mocks may be still better, that the and under the earth will pass away. I the expense of running it would be
known how far south the
:is as yet not effected the freeze. flat woods will prove much more productive have never seen any ,country before so enormous. Few who have not stopped

pears were by and profitable for purposes of level as Florida, where so little of to study upon the matter, have any idea

Marion county's crop of watermel- diversified agriculture and horti- stagnation of waters is discovered. of the quantity ot water needed. An

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,cold"weather, yet one inch of water on nia ; and this year I have one bearing, rind ; and though oblong, the blow sh'Jw that belief in his works ;' he
one acre contains 27,154 gallons or the seed of which was planted from a end. is mo'e blunt than the Maltese grows that variety very largely ; he
over 862 barrels. How could that Riverside. Navel 1 brought from Cali Blood and entirely thorniest gets good returns and ha good cus-
amount of water be heated to eightyor lornia in 1880 In July of the same: The Blood' is an upright grower in tomers. There is little doubt that the
ninety degrees? year, buds were taken from it and put habit, resembling the Jaffa, while the order* will keep pace with ,the growthof
It would be a large boiler that in a four<< year old stock. It is not very Oval is to l -v and inclined to droop. hip grove.
'. would hold ten barrels. It would) thorny, and only to day was pronounced The Early .oblong in shape, strongly! E-ich ypar will bo found more and
probably require nearly an hour to exquisite in flavor and in resembles the Blood, and I believe i is morfalling into theme line, who
bring this amount of water up to the juciness. the Silver brought hero by General will grow special varieties ,
required temperature, but at that rate, Hon. H. S Sanford( Charles Amoryand Sanford in his first importation: and a There was n > doubt about Dr. Fos
it would take almost four days of con the late General Babcock import 'very handsome orange.As ter's varieties He has more of them,
sktnt attention, night and day, to heat ed together many trees and a number to thi Drakes Star ; specimens and antthcr'ear will no doubt, bring
and apply one inch to one acre of land of Navels. Among them is one on Mr. of this fruit were brought to the Orange them out, :as I had the pleasure of putting
The expenses would be out of all Amory's place that has horne excellent i County Fair five years ago by in those bids) in a small way, to
proposition to the benefits received.: crops, and I think the fine-t of any of Mr. Norton, of Lake Etistis, and entered show my thankfulness for what the
The, fuel used and the labor necessaryto the Navels I have seen. I entirely for "best foreign orange" We good Doctor did for me when I was
attend to such an apparatus would agree with Major Rountree on that compared it under glass with the Du- sick.We
cost more than the crop would be score. Roi, as imp rted, and could see no should( welcome i very good or-
worth.I Under a critical examination: again difference." Mr. Norton sent me two ange which has a distinctive mark to
think very few will care to invest and again. 1 can see no difference in trees which have fruited since, and classify it. I always had: t a preference
the large amount of capital necessaryto the cellular forrnati ,n of rind of fruit one I got from Richards n, of Los fur a dark red cow, of a solid, decided
test thia theory when it is so very or leaves, t>r tree. I have, in someway Angelos, for a DuRoi is also identical.I color-a Devon. I do not think less
uncertain whether the plan is pra"ti- a decided preference fir'that have no doubt the orange is a Dn- I of my neighbor because he prefers a
cal; that is whether the warm water tree, though I do not know that it. Roi.The Durham or an Alderney. I think
,under the surface will have any effecton bears fuller crops than I have seen on St. Michaels Blood carries best more of him for( having a choice.
the"air above. W. C. STEELE. a tree of the same importation at Be of all that family, is more acid than Every stock grower has strains whichhe
Switzerland, Fla., March 9. 1887. lair. I should have said above, t ese the Maltese and less attractive outwardly prefers of his Alderneys, his Devons
came from a nursery in Italy.I and has many more seeds, and his Jerseys. Every seedsman has
have had ample opportunity to color deeper. There are some other his favorite strain of his favorite vari-
Citrus fruits.CITRUS study these, as I had the care, to some Bloods which I did not have at the ety, and year by year h labors to
extent, of them, and have buds hearing Exhibition. I have sent Edmund make it better. We must do, the same.
== =::==: ;o :::::: : :: :=:: c ::: : : ::: ;:: : :": from them, and a re ord,, and plat and Hart buds which oui/hl to he bearing' Each year we can improve; and we
NOMENCLATURE. personally did the budding.. Some before this, of one which sometimes shall learn more. and faster, by coming
years there is hardly a tied to be shows) Flecks and. sometimes shows oftener together, and showing each
An Interesting History of Several found ; the next there may be some Navel marks also, and another that. is other the results of our work.
Varieties, Including Navels, seeds, and this year were many. well marked. LYMA.N PHELPS.
Bloods, Etc. All these Navels, including the Then on Dr. Gordon's place, adjoining Sanford, Flit., March 1,1887..
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : Parsons alike in this is large tree *-*-
are nearer every way, a seedling
You ask in the last number of the skin,.tenure, flavor and) solidity, thin from the seed of Blood oranges sent I ORANGE GROWING.
DISPATCH, for "The History of the any other variety brought together here about fifteen years age that is a -
Double Imperial Orange." It is a from such distant points I know any- very fine orange and well marked. Hammock vs. Pine Lands-Things
seedling from a Bahia Orange picked thing ab.Ut. From the same seed are trees on this to Be Learned-Care of Fruitin
from a tree brought into Florida I put buds .of the Riverside Navelon place that show color for the first time, Transit-The Fruit Ex-
"before the war" by Mrs. Florida a wild or native lime sto k. It and yet they have been in bearing change-Tight TimesEncouragement -
White. The tree was afterwards taken bears immensely ; the truit is large, eight years. Their hubit is lower than to
to Louisiana. coarse,seedy, coarser than the Parsons the usual seedling, have few thorns, Those who Per-
I got four trees from Maj. A. W.: budded on an orange stock. This or- and are heavy bearers.I severe.
Rountree five years ago, also a quail.tity ange the judges put an interrogationpoint cannot close without thanking: you Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
of buds. Maj. Rountree gave the after when they passed on it at for publishing the sc'ire. It is, indeed, I pee Mr. Steele wants to know the
name to the orange ; I don't think he the South Florida Fair. They did not valuable. This exhibition has shown whys and wherefores} concerning my
raised the seedling. The tree is very tell us why ; it would be interesting to much advance. over any previous one, opinion that orange culture on the
thorny, and shows from its character, have them do so. and.I that the State i is going forward. pine lands:: for profit will eventually
and the lateness in coming to bearing They passed another orange under The score on 1 lemons' is surprising, b given up. He insists that "by
that it has not been budded many the name of "Kumquat" withojt the when we consider it was made on lem- proper care and fertilizing, as good
times.I interrogation, and yet everybody ons grown out of seasons: on trees out and productive proves can be made in
had half a dozen oranges last knows a "Kumquat" is not larger of condition, and freshly picked from the pine lands as in the hammock." I
season, ie, in 1885, and not a hundredin than a small plum, and the rind sweet, the tree doubt it, but admit the truth, and I
'86 ; and I was told by Mr. Roun' and its very little pulp stringy: and The Tahiti lime is entitled to the still assert that that very "care and
tree I had the first stock from him villainously acid, and has a marvel- name Imperial ; it is, indeed l, u most fertilization," which must be unending
which came to Florida. He has told ously large amount of seeds, all wedged perfect fruit; that any should be hereis and ever increasing, will so wear out
me he has had over 10,000 orongts of together.The the greater wonder when we thinkof the owners that they will in time giveit
150 size on a single tree, and says it Washington Navels I entered the cld of a little m re than a year up in des, air for profit. It may bea
is the best orange grown in Louisiana.He were from different tree The one ago, there is little doubt but fruits will long lime, but the time will come.
has sent me on three different oc which scored ,highest ,was a bud on a show a much higher score a year from Besides, it mint be generally admittedthat
,, casions, samples of the fruit., In shapeit very ol 1 Florida lemon stock, appear- the pine grove*i especially those
is generally more flattened th in any ance and size! against it. Again the now.Every grower should have: his.favor- forced( by fertilization, are more subject -
other Navel. Some years he say the Mediterranean Sweet, which is graded itesVe are not all cast in the same to injury by insects, by cold waves
oranges are nearly seedless, other highest, was on a tree, the root of which mould ; none of us treat our trees pre and. by droughts and by ,hot suns
entirely so, and others qui e seedy. was sour orange, the trunk lemon, and cisely alike. That in which we thoroughly than the hammock or normal groves.
The character of the tree is inclinedto the top budded on this lemon trunk- believe is, that from which we I am sorry that I believe this: true, forI
be low, almost drooping. I do not Mediterranean Sweet.I get the best results. All these varieties own some pine lauds.
take kindly to it, when compared with must take issue with the you in can, and will, be improved by age Those lands will be the pleasant and
some we already have. Two years regard to the Maltese Oval having and cultivation. We are all tyro's- healthy homes of the people, and
ago last December, Rountree spent a "blood streaks." I never, saw them. still experimenting.One around such homes will be a few
week with me, and he was greatly impressed This is an orange grown largely in the man exclusively believes in thrifty orange tre s, fed by the domestic
with some Navels on Charles] greei-house of Florists. Next to the hammock, some older ones cling as tenaciously fertilizers and supplying a.luxury -
Amory's place, and pronounced them Navel considered the most certain to pine lands. I think it a if not a profit, to each hoi sehold.
the finest and fullest crops he had ever bloomer. The orange came originallyto good state of things. Each man must Mr. Steele objects also to my "frost
seen on a small tree. Some of the Florida from Buist of Philadelphia have some confidence in himself, or he line.V 1I, there are exceptions to
trees had probably 500, of 128 size to I have been told. AR a small tree, it could not succeed. He must believein all rules, and those exceptions in this
a tree.I blooms too freely, and drops fruit all his own ways for himself; must love case are the hammock groves, pro.
got my first Navel from Prof. the season through, more or less. My, his work, and, under God's blessing, tected by water and timber ; but
Saunders in 1876, then from Beach, old trees now hold heavy crops of try to master it. neither :Mr.( S. n"r I, if starting a
then from Mr. Amory's, from Bellair, fruit. It i is a late orange, more pulpy My neighbor, Captain B. [4"'. Whitner grove tor o .r own use, or purchasingone
and in 1879, from Riverside, Califor thou the Maltese Blood and thicker believes in the Homossassa ; he would choose it north of"a lineMARCE
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drawn from Gainesville, through Pa- is said, if Mr. Adams is right, that the right. Those who fall by the way, deserve out as the genuine Washington Navel,
latka to St. Augustine. He also declares Exchange has doubled its business and should have our sympathies., the only sure way of obtaining this va-
me in error with reference to this year. By the way, in Mr. MACK riety, being from the particular tree
the amount of the crop of the season Adams' extended experience has he .. sent to Riverside, from which the Cal-
just closing and wants faith in my estimate not known or heard of similar experi- ifornians have obtained their stock.
of future crops on this account. ences as those he relates in the case of More About the Nomenclature of Mr. E. H. Hart has in possession some
I was badly, but honestly, deceived as commission men ? Has he not knownof the Orange.We valuable data in regard to the historyof
to the amount of the last crop, but I a hundred such instances, lookingas are fortunately able to give our Washington Nav 1, and we hopeto
have hundreds. for company. Still I bad and worse on their face as his? readers, this week, an interesting account have an article from his facile pen
do not;believe the total orange crop of One of my neighbors shipped 320 of several leading varieties of on this subject at an early day. To
Florida, will ever exceed 2,500,000for boxes to a commission man, this sea citrus fruits from the pen of the well- return to the question in point. Is the
reasons given heretofore, and I thinkit son, and received in return the whole known Horticulturist, the Rev. LymJu variety exhibited by Mr. Phelps, and
will he a long time before it reaches sum of $15 00 The commission: mer- : Phelps. The history therein questioned by the judges, a genuine
that amount. The indications are chant had let them rot and then sold given of several varieties of the Navel Washington Navel ; that is to say,
very,clear now that the next crop will them at auction. He had better done grown in this State, will be new to from the Riverside tree ; or, if not, is
not exceed the last in quantity, I hopeit like the Exchange did Mr. Adams', many of our readers. What he says it another of the Navels sent out from
may in quality. had he not? Sold the fruit at auctionon of the Blovels will also be read with the Department at Washington, and
There are a good many things yet arrival. Mr. Adams would have great interest, as general information possibly different from the Riverside?
to be learned to make the orange busi- all patrons of the Exchange to bemembers about these varieties is meagre and If it is genuine, what of the presenceof
ness in Florida an unparalleled suc of the Board of Directors, unsatisfactory.Mr. seed? Has the Washington Navel
cess. One thing ii i how to pack or like Mr. Greenleaf, if they would be Phelps has ma e our citrus seed, under some circumstances?
load them aboard cars or vessels. The successful. I know a coincidence fruits a special study for some years ; In judging the Kumquat, the com-
boxes should in every cas3 be stackedon which makes this matter funny. A he has had special opportunities for mittee used a modified standard, as
end. In this position there is more man made the same complaint that observing the results obtained from the they did for the Mandarin or Lemon.It .
resistance to pressure, less weight on Mr. Adams does. He complainedthat importations of General Sanford and being valuable for preserving, andas
the bottom b axes, and it is impossibleto at the auction sales of the Ex other experimenters of large means. an ornament, a description of it
pack them so closely as to prevent change the fruit ot such men Green- It is a singular fact that about manyof should accompany it in the report, to
ventilation, provided the vessel or car leaf & Pomeroy, Samson Brothers, our best varieties of citrus fruits make the latter clear to the uniniti-
is well ventilated. In loading a car of Bishop, Harris, Norris, et al., sold for little)..is generally known. The Or- ated. Those posted on the subject
250 boxes, and.that is enough to risk more than his fruit under similar lando Fair has awakened new intereston know that it is not an orange at all,
in any one car, the snuggest possibleway circumstances would sell for. He the subject, and the comparisonsthere but only called so in common par-
to do it is to stand seven boxes on went further and said that he believed made from a basis for intelligent lance.We
end across the end of the car, not per that with his brand, comparatively inquiry and will, present indications are not familiar with the Maltese -
mitting them to touch either the sidesor unknown, on G. & P.'s fruit, the fruit lead us to believe, bring out many oval, and l do not pretend to know
end of the car by two or fur would sell for from fifty cents to one new facts and valuable contributionswhich whether it is flecked with red or not,
inches. Then lay three boxes, side dollar per box less at the Exchange like the foregoing article from but we drew our conclusion from the
down, on the top of the tier of seven, auction And the plaintiff was a member Mr. Phelps will be preserved amongour fact that nearly every orange enteredat
breaking joints. Repeat this oper- of the Hoard of Directors himself! authoritative utterances on nomen- Orlando, under this name, had these
ation until you have have twelve tiers The groundwork of his complaint was clature. flecks, though they were less distinct
in each end of the car. This takes that some brands were known while Referring to a Riverside Navel, than in the other bloods. We should
240 boxes. Then p.ace three boxeson others were not ; and in the hurry of which he entered at the South Florida like to have it definitely determined,
end on each side of the passway, the auction buyers would buy and pay Exhibition, Mr. Phelps says the in this connection, whether these flecksare
and against each of the last lull tiers well for, the known brands, while the I judges put an interrogation point afterit present or not. We should liketo
and in their center, put one box on unknown might contain even superior in their report and he adds that it have Mr. John Anderson's opinion,
top of this partial tier and one at the fruit. If Mr. Adams is not too blindto would be interesting to know why this as one of the exhibitors, on this point,
base, on each side, as a brace to the take hint, or t-jo prejudiced to learn, was done. Although we are not au as well as an expression from any one
whole, and you have the neatest loadedcar he may be able to absorb semething.But thorized to speak for the judges, yet familiar with this variety.:
you ever saw. Have the venti the Exchange proposes to remedythis having been one of their number, we Will :\1 1r. 0. P. Rooks favor us
lators, the email ones, open, and you matter. It proposes to have pack- can perhaps throw some light upon with a history and description of the
are sure of a good circulation of air. ing houses at proper points to whichits this point. The interrogation indicatesa the Drake's Star, and also state what
These ventilators can be closed at the patrons will be asked to send their question in the minds of the com- he thinks of its i identity with the Du
proper time, without moving a box. fruit There it will be graded, sized, mittee as to t the correct nomenclatureof Roi?
Something of the same system shouldbe wrapped, packed and boxed, and will the specimens exhibited. The typi- Which does Mr. Phelps esteem highest -
rdopted aboard vessels! for more be shipped under endorsement of cal Washington or Riverside Navel is the St. Michael's or the Maltese
fruit is lost through too much heat I the Exchange guaranteeing the con seedless. Messrs Edmund Hart and Blood ? Has Mr. Hart fruited the
and imperfect ventilation than on account tents to be as represented. All this A. I. Bid well, stated that they had former, and what does he think of it ?
of cold. The railroad authorities will be done in the "best style of the never seen a seed in this variety which We shall be glad to open our col-
will sometimes load fruit properly art," and the goods approved by the coincided with the experience of such umns to a general discussion of the
at competing points, but generally Exchange, will rank as high and sellas of the committee as had seen this fruitin several varieties of the orange, lemon,
: .if it is well done the shipper will well and as freely as that of any bearing. Just here, we would call and other citrus fruits in the light of
have to do it himself. The damage to firm or individual possibly can. This attention to the fact that we have unquestionably recent experience. It i is an opportune!
fruit aboard ship is due to too much will give us "system," not only in the several varieties passing time to reduce to something like sys-
heat and too little pure air. The distribution and sale of the fruit, but under this name, occasioned no doubtin tem our chaotic nomenclature.
steamship companies should be held also in what is even more essential, its some instances, by mistake, and we -- ..--
responsible for such losses. If theyare preparation for the market. The Ex- fear even fraud in some cases, the tern- Kaffir Corn.
not prepared to carry fruit safely change is not perfect nor infallible. tation to palm off the old Parsons Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
I procured from last spring, a
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t hey should not re eive it at all. As Indeed, I do not suppose it will ever Navel under a more salable name has you
small amount of Kaffir corn seed, and
it is they solicit the fruit and then de reach "perfect sanctification" in this proven too great a temptation to come planted one hundred hills five by six
liberately cook it by steam to its utter imperfect worM} ), but if supported and tree sellers. But back of all this thereis
feet apart, three seed in a hill, plantedon
the ol 'it should be I do believe another for At
tuin. As to transportation encouraged as possibility error. the 29th of March. I put two
fruit by rail, the methods have improved it will reach that "higher life," the time the Department at Washington shovelsful of stable manure in a hill,
I 100 per cent. in the past two to which all good orange-growers imported the tree that has givenus cut it off at the ground about August1st
years, and still there is room. should aspire. Tight times are antici- the genuine Washington Navel, we thirty-six pounds of fine seed,
I see one Mr. Adams, who eeems pated for another season in the Lake are credibly informed, it came with ,'and, got also lots of fodder. It sproutedout
f 10 have inherited a good deal of the Region. It has taken all the receiptson twelve others from Brazil all under again, and more stalks in a
oranges to bridge over the chasm the same name, yet here is possibility grew
Exhangs hill than at first, and made second
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caused by the great cold wave, and ot; twelve varieties.
of good seed. Htock are
from the animous exhibited lessons of strict will haveto Trees budded from these twelve crop very
i'') me, economy yet fond of it, and eat it clean. The
i ill, Mr. Adams' article, that he was be learned. The fact that many of original trees were sent by the Depart grain makes good up also fine
rxther rejoiced that the Exchange did our best groves will bear but little ment to Florida and California. It battercake. G.popcorn H. BURRELL.
Madly with his fruit, so that he could fruit next season is also discouraging. will be seen that the trees thus dissem- Oxford, Fla., March 12, 1887.
have the pleasure of turning himsel: It is fast becoming a question of "the inated might be identified with the .. .
j pose upon it. He jumps upon Direc- survival of the fitt st." Those who do particular tree sent from this lot to Captain I. F. Smith of Ocala, has
t t. ''r D. Greenleaf as though he would survive the long, hard struggle and Riverside Cal., or they might not ; it disposed of four thousand stoc seedling
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While the leaves and flowers are dwarf has demonstrated that green forage
'. floriculture. in com arisen to the towering Magnolia The farm may he had here the year round. His
grandi flora of the southern forests ) plan M to grow crab grass fur the sum-
BY W. C. BTEELE.Bouvardias. the seeds are almost identical, mer, it remaining fresh and green
inclosed in a similar pericarp, and (ofa Texas Blue Grass. through the sason, and Texas bluegrass
bright coral red. The foliage. i is a Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: in the winter. By this means
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: dark, satiny green, darker and! not so I have been asked by a great many he l lln?. year in and year out, the very
Will l give you my ex peri nee' in grow- stiff looking as the Camellia japonica.If persons lately if the Texas blue grassis hest forage for his stock, o i which they
ing Bovardias out of doors So far ]left .unpiuned, the lower limbs will a success in Florida. I have heenexperimern fatten and flourish. The time hasp
have been very successful. My methodis rest on the ground, and the shrub will 'ing with it n ,w two years, S" d when it can be carelessly said
to select rather low ground, a de- assume a shape almost as globular as and have fully satisfied myself: that it that grass's will not grow in Florida.
pression, as it generally keeps mois the globe arbor vita Like all evergreens is a grand sncca-s in Baker county, The number of varieties known to
ture longer, and also contains more it i is of slow growth for the and I believe it will do well anywherein flourish here is large and the necessity
vegetable matter ; spade it up thor- first few years and then grows rapidly. Florida where it is planted ota; good for buying Northern hay is no longerfelt
oughly and rake it, until the surfaceis When once established in this locality land. I find that this grass is like by those who have the energy and
finely pulverized, then if you have it is quite hardy. For the first and everything else, rich land suits it best enterprise to make home made hay.It .
no fine,rotted manure, take some good second summer' it needs protectionfrom and to make it grow fast and cover has bAeu clearly demonstrated that
fertilizer' and give it a good coat of The direct rays of the sun, as indeed the land quick, it should be planted on everything used on .. f farm can be produced
the same, rake the same into the most evergreens do in the South. well prepared and fertile land. on Florida soil, and the farmer:
ground*thoroughly, take your plantsout The blossoms are of a light cream color In answer to J. H. C., in last number who fails to avail himself of the meansat
of the pots and put them into a similar to those of the large magnolia of the DISPATCH, I will say thatI hand displays poor policy in the
tub of water to losen the soil from the and are in perfeetiou before fully have my patch of grass planted on management of his affairs. Farmers
roots by agitating the plant until ex anded. The calyx is dark brown, high dry pine land, a dark soil with shoulctbe producers and not consumers
nearly all the soil is shaken or washedoff and after it. unfolds. its leaves, the flower clay in ono f fit of the surface. The and we anticipate the time when our
then plant in the loose soil pre- is still folded, resembles a cream- land had been cowpened and planted farmers will conduct their own planting -
....- pared for) them, and give a copious colored r. se but]. After expanding( in sweet potatoes the year before() I operations on correct and paying
watering to settle the soil among the the flower drops in a short time, so it planted the grass. I planted both the principles.-Leesburg Commercial.
>' roots, and shade for a few 'ays' dur- should be picked after the caly has sets! and) seed, both did well. I used ----. ..-
ing the heat of the lay ; taking the opened, but while the coralla is still no fertilizer, as the l inn,1 was good
shades off' during the night. Mulch folded. The fragrance is intense. from being cowpeued. I live in Growing Fodder-Deep Plowing.Editor .
the ground with anything that will The plant will grow to the Baker county, thirty milts due west of FLORIDA DISPATCH:
stop rapid evaporation. Water when height of 12 or 15 feet and "f> equal Jacksonville( ou the Florida Railwayand The direction given by Mr. Caula- .
need, and give a little plant-food occasionally -, breadth. The fl'avers are perfect in Navigation load, and I cordially field are all good except one. It i is a
invite :M '. J. H. C. other great mistake to advise deep plowing,
and it will astonish you March, but like the 0I111clliajrlpon tea or any per
how profusely they will bloom under the buds form months: before.) It is son who may be interested in a winter without any qualification, especially
such treatment. The only enemy propagated by layers. Cuttings do grass for stock, to come up and see it. in Florida. There i is tome soil in the
here is the white ants, (wood lie,) not strike readily. It is more slow Drop me :a line to Glen St. Mary post- State which ray: be plowed eighteen
they will girdle the stem, so keep a and uncertain in taking root ,than: the office a few days before and I will meet inches deep without injuring, but it is
lookout for them. Do not plant any camellia. South ofMaconit: is hardy, them there. Let me say that I have comparatively scarce. On the aver-
plants without first crushing the ball but is, I think, more extensively grownin been trying for ten years to find. a age land the farmer who should turn
of earth they come in, as this dries Augusta and New Orleans than in grass that would+l grow here all winterI over his soil to that depth would probe
out very rapidly in our sandy soil any other cities in the United States.It had failed up to the time I got this, ably come out as Colonel.. Waring of
and is one of the causes of non- does well in South Georgia, and is and cin say now that we have something : Ogden Farm said he did in such a
success in starting plants that are ,, grown with little care in" most gardens.It that will make Florida] stand on case. He ploughed a field several
brought from the North. The I is quite as hardy here as the camellia the top round of the ladder. Yes, inches deeper that it had ever been
Coleus is an excellent plant and it ; and when once established is even : Mr. 1 Editor, we can have plenty of ploughed before an sowed oats for
does suprisingly well on our hot sandy less liable to decay. It is 8uccfs fully i milk ami butter row if our farmers Voiling" but they hardly soiled the
soil, and it ought to be planted more grown in conscrvatoiits) in cold climate will only plant Texas glue grass. 1 ground. On some of the land eighteen
extensively, as it furnishes so many ?. -.J/rx. J. S. ;R. Thompson, in have seen it growing on stIHhland at inches would reach down to white
different shades of color. What i is American Garden. Macclt'nnyand believe it will grow on sand which I do not want on the sur-
more beautiful than a bed of Coleus? any 80.1 1 made fertile. Neither cold face. Yet on this same soil I have
If given the same treatment as for nor hot weather seems to hurt it, now growing some of the finest cabbages -
the Bouvardia. ybu will surely suc Washing the leaves of the wax- neither does wet or dry weather in that I ever saw, and last year I
ceed, and all your fri nds and neigh- plant occasionally is t the very best jure it. I have some more seed on grew: from cuttings; the largest one
bors will want to know how you suc- treatment for it. Wh n washing, hand than I will plant this spring.W. year, old grape vines that I ever saw.
ceed in growing such beautiful plants. brushing with a soft brush about the P. HORNE. There is no doubt that by use of
Verbenas are also easily grown and axils of.the leaves will tend to keep large quantities of stable manure,
amply repay for all the attention bestowed the plant free from mealy bugs, one of Alfalfa,Texas Blue Grass and Crab plowing one or two inches deeper each
upon them by fertilizing and its worsts enimies. When the plant Grass. time, the foil may be made good to a
watering them, by the profusion of commences its growth, supply it oncea For long years there has been in- depth of eighteen or twenty inches.
bloom, as.they are rarely out of bloom week with weak manure water. quries as to what grasses can be grownin But such deep plowing. at the start
during the year. Therefore, ,they Florida for stock, and the ignorance would often be a serious damage to the
ought to be in every garden. i in Florida Fashio is setting the right examplefor displayed by many in regard to our land. Those who write for the agricultural
j and by saving the seed new varie- once in the increased use of bloom- grass growing resourses is a matter of papers would give the results
ties can be produced that are by far;. ing plants and others on their own !surprise, when it is cons dered that the of their experience; but would not lay
better than those imported from the r-tOts for festive decorations. press of the State teem with articles down a set of cost iron rules to which

North, they become more lobust and Cardenias are in fashionable favor which furnish reliable informationfrom every one must conform.
do bloom more abundantly than those this season. Designs of them bedded those who have ]largely experimented The farmer who reads the paper intelligently -
from the North. So let those that in ferns and are the in the growing of grasses, with will not attempt to follow
asparagus among
the results. Alfalfa such directions blindly, but will experiment -
cultivate the Verbena produce their more popular. most satisfactory! ,
own new varieties, and in a, few years I! which is generally conceded to be one carefully and only adopt
they will, have stronger and better Papa Gontier is the only new rose of the best forage plants grows luxuri- those which, upon trial, commend
plants, rust proof and can eventually generally offered by New York flor- antly in this country. We now have themselves to his judgment.
W. C. S.
,
send them North, and make it a profi- ists, vho seem to find! appreciative cus before us a specimen which-was grownon .
table business as the plants will have tomers for it. J ud Weaver's place, four< miles
new life infused into them. west of this place. The alfalfa was Marketing Strawberries.Editor .
RAMBLER.Lake One of the New York dailies asserts 'planted November* and now standstwo FLORIDA DISPATCH:
Maltlantl, FIn., March 11, li87. that London and Paris florists copy feet high, proving conclusivelythat Judge Cessna ventilates the plan of
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the designs and fashions of our city. t the plant will grow luxuriantly shipping! berries in ventilated crates.
Magnolia Fuscata. here. Alfalfa flourishes is doubt that strawberries
Gardenia" 'Florid* s is found in al- in sandy soil. There no
'Among ,the evergreen ornamental most.every yard in this State it is commonly It should be planted in the fall and have hten, and can be, shippe I in
shrubs .there i is none more popular, callecf"Cape Jasmine."-ED. can be cut five times a year. Alfalfa such crates, in cool weather, very sat-
,where'known,", than the Magnolia fiihcata cannot be surpassed as a forage plant isfactorily. Yet there is always great
sometimes called banana shrub The wearing of flowers in the hair and will repay well where cultivated.W. risk from heat, and k few hours de'ayin
from the fragrance of the blossom. seems to be coming in vogue A. Rooks, of Fruitland Park, transit ruins your berries. S.

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. following officers : President, Prof. J. being destroyed by crickets, an animal Current Comments.

'. ]N. Whitner, of the State Agricultural; that does not trouble us. Did.t Know 'Twas Loaded.-There
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. The question of ventilated crates or is much
(College at Lake City; Vice-President, truth in what Mr. Shroderhas
--- ---- -- --
--- refrigerators, however, is one of vital to this and he
Rev. J. P. DePass, editor Florida say on subject, putsit
Contents. but will be settled
importance, soon in readable
a very pleasant, way.
THE ORCHARD:-The LeConte Pear. . .257-8' Christian Advocate; Secrftary, A. H. by actual experience. Messrs. Pan- There is but one Florida, and I du

CITRUS FRUITS-Citrus Nomenclature; Manville, editor Florida Diqiitch, cost & Griffith, appear as the champ- not think we need fear a fair com-
Orange Growing More about Nomen- ions of the ventilated{ crate and if it
; Jacksonville Directors D. H. Hol- parison with of the United
clature; Kaffir Corn. . .. ,.... .259-60 ; succeeds they will deserve the grati- any part
lowell, of DeFuniak Springs W. D. States. Still I do not think that we
FLORICULTURE Bourasdla, Magnolia ; tute ot all Florida. So far as their
- Fuscata.. ... .. ..... .... .... .261 Chipley, of Pensacola ; William H. is concerned circulation of should gain anything by misrepre-
theory a sentation. The old saying that "Half
THE FARM;Texas Blue Grass; Alfalfa, Milton, of Mariana ; Theodore Turn- dry atmosphere. No that has "
Texas Blue Grass and Crab Grass person the truth is a lie, is applicable to any
; bull of Miccosukie Charles) A. Fin- given the subject thought or observation
Growing Fodder, Deep Plowing; Mar- ; any and alt accounts of this or any other

keting Strawberries.... ......... ...261 ley, edit Ir of the Lake City Reporter; will raise a doubt. Exactly State which paints the advantages in

EDITORIAL-Orange Growing;.The Farm A. H. Curtis, editor of Farmer and hrw the express messenger that has glowing colors and say not a word
ers' Institute; Circumstances Alter the berries in charge will be able to about disadvantages. Florida is
Cases; How to Eat an Orange; Cotton Fruit t Grower, Jacksonville ; E. O. obtain that necessary "dry air" is not not Paradise any it is

States Agricultural Contest ......... .262 Painter, editor of the Floridi Agriculturalist quite so clear to the writer I that has to it though earth.probably as

METEOROLOGICAL....... .......... ........263 DeLand. frequently had berries ruined in a near as any place on
PUBLISIIER'S DEPARTMENT ...... .. .. ....264 ,
ENSILAGE-Ensilage in Florida; Florida Rev. J. P. DePass addressed the ventilated crate going to Fernandinaand Honey Peaches.Will L. C. R.

Ensilage; As to Ensilage .. ... .....264FLORIDIANA ] carefully placed between the doorsof please tell us how he managed to
Institute the culture of Deciduous
-A Tourist's Trip on Indian upon the car en route. ripen Honey peaches in April ? Treesof

River . . .. . ..... . ..265 Fruits in Florida, referring especially It is true to carry in a modern re- this variety do not usually bloom
COBRESI"ONDENCE-Rcllable Commission the Peach.Interesting frigerator that constantly furnishes a
to until February March and the
.... .. or
Merchants, Forage Plants, etc 266
circulation of dry cold air a temperature -
fruit does not until June
TUB GARDEN-Strawberries. A Canning discussions were held on ripen or
that holds the in
Factory, The Fruit Exchange; Fruit berry a perfectly July.
Shipment . .. ... .. .. ... ... .. 267 various topics of interest to farmers natural condition for any length oi -
.4<< and fruit time costs about four cents more
growers. per Drying Figs.-Mr. Mead says it is t
Orange Growing. A resolution was unanimously passed quart at present, than the express difficult to dry fig in the sun in Flor-

While we recognize fully the importance urging the necessity of a State Inspector scheme, and 1 apprehend the most ida on account of our rainy season. I

of diversifying our produc- of Fertilizers.A enthusiastic supporter of the ventilated should not attempt to do so. Evapo-
tion, and shall keep ahreast of the crate system-if he is compelled to use rated apples and peaches are so much

times in this matter, giving our read committee was appointed to drafta it-another season, will be glad to superior t" the old sun dried fruit, that

era the most reliable information, and bill constituting a State Departmentof find the responsible party that will they have almost driven the latter

the results of the latest experiments.Still Agriculture, under the provisionsof guarantee perfect delivery for ten from the market. I have no doubt
we do not like cents per quart. C. P. P. that cured in
propose, some the new Constitution.The figs an evaporators
avowed apostles of the new regime, to would be just as much superior to the
which were read on the
,give it our exclusive attention ; in I essays How to Eat an Orange. sun.dried figs of commerce, and that
fact have LeCoute Pear andon Orange Growing, when become known the
we no disposition to disparage they to consumers -
the bridge that has brought us have been given our renders in tho "Nasty, sloppy things, I won't eat it would be impossible to sup-

safely over. Orange culture is our columns of the DISPATCH.As another one this winter." The speakerwas ply the demand.

leading industry, and is likely to con- a means of desseniiuating practical bending with orange juice dripping -
tinue so for some time to come, and as from each finger and flecks of Tree Peddlers.-Mr. Bigelow's] ex-
knowledge the tillers of the
such it merits, and EO far as we are among yellow sacs -bedaubed his mustacheand perience is the same old story over
concerned, shall receive a proportion- soil, meetings of this character are beard. He was a new comer, and again. Why is it that people will

ately large share of thought and atten- second only in importance to the agri- had not learned the fine art of orange persist in patronizing such irresponsible -

tion.The cultural press. Their influence in the eating that a Floridian of a month's parties? If fruit growers would

recent South Florida exhibi- introduction of new varieties and improved residence acquires ; for be it known, buy all their stock from home nurse-
tion seems to have awakened our orange the orange pulled fresh from the tree ries, they would be building up the
growers to the importance of methods, are directly felr. Theyare is a far different article from the same interests of the State, and if anything

making a new effort to classify and describe also occasions of interest to visitors after weeks of transportation and ex- proved to be unsatisfactory they wonld

,our varieties, as well as to the and prospectors, who wish to know posure for sale, during which it not know wht re to go to make complaint.But .

necessity of adopting improved meth- how much has been done toward realiz- only loses a portion of its juice, the the tree peddler always takes good

ods of treatment to bring up the aver- the claims forthas surfeit of which so annoyed the grum care to be out of reach before you
ing extravagant put
age quality to a higher standard Since bier above quoted, but which delightsthe have a chance to find out that the
the Orlando Fair we have given our to the bonndless resources t,f Flor- average tourist, but a large por- stock he sold you is not what you sup-

readers a number of interesting papers, ida, and prefer to get their informa- tion oi the flavor evaporates as well. posed it was. W. C. STEELE.

contributed by practical men, touch- tion at first hand.It To enjoy to the full the best of our r
these and have in known fruits, one must needs walk
ing on points we
; is eminently fitting that these The
people are plantingout
several articles of out under the verdant trees, select country
our possession more
Chautauqua assemblies with their edu- their and the is
crops prospect
medium sized thin skinned
the same character, which will russett,
appearin cational atmosphere. features of hard until off i it that they will be diversified as they
the columns of the DISPATCH at an special pull, pull comes,
early day. These articles should be interest and pleasant environ- leaving a hole at the stem, "plugged" have never been. Experience brings
wisdom and it is found that this thingof
preserved for reference by all inter- ments, should include Institutes of this and worthless for shipping, but just -<:
planting one or two things will not
ested in the will right for eating. Pare it as you wouldan
subject, as they at character to study and discuss
pro- Hundreds that have dependedupon
in halves and pay.
become of apple, cut cross ways,
once a part our permanent'
gressive agriculture. Dr. Gillett end have found that a sea
suck from the cells "nectarfit oranges
literature of pomology, upon which future ruptured ,
acceptable works must be based. Col. Chipley, deserve great credit for for gods," sure enough. If more son may come proving injurious to the
fruit. It is comfortable to feedback
<< their effert to do this at DeFuniak, fastidious, use a teaspoon. very
The Farmers' Institute. Add to the charm of orange eating on other products that may be I
and we trust the movement thus in raised farmer should
profitably. Every
One of the features of the Florida will be a mid-winter mid-day, temperature
of
augurated productive good make his own provisions. It is of no
seventy to eighty degrees, rendering
Chautauqua of DeFuniak Springsthis o our farmers and fruit growers as i open air exercise a delight, and you use to say that he cannot, for experience -

season was the Farmers' Insti- well as to the State at large and the have two important reasons why Flor- is against him. What is to pre-

tute, held on the 8th, 9th and 10th Florida Chautauqua. ida is and always will be popular as a vent a man in the country with a cul-
winter when it tivated piece of land from raising his
install resort, especially can
'
.4"Circumstances<<
be reached in six hours from own meat, corn, rice and everythingthat
thirty
Prof.: Whitner, to whom the Association Alter Cases. the soil
New York City.-The South. produces, not neglectingthe
committed the task, openedthe If our friend at Panasoffkee is long staple cotton, which, though

Institute with an able address. We growing his berries on clean white low sometimes in price, always bringsthe

regret that the Professor's modesty has I sand, they will not likely decay as i if f Hon.P. P.Bishop has shipped 18,000 gold. Putnam county, or at leasta

from it before grown on good soil, and if it suits i in boxes of oranges up to date from his large portion of it, is capable of pro-
prevented us laying our his locality I see no reason why he grove at Citra, and he"says that the ducing all that a man needs for 'a

readers. A permanent organizationwas should not. continue to dispense with returns for the fruit have been fairly living. This must not be neglected.

affected by the election of the mulching and save his berries from satisfactory. -Palatka Herald.

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COTTON STATES AGRICULTURAL a liberal and energetic response from PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.THE Can the Mallory Line Stand It?

CONTEST. our people.In Oh yes. But will the public submitto
testimony whereof, I have here- it? To what P To such an unjust discrimination -
FLORIDA DISPATCH being made against the Mallory -
unto set hand and have caused the
Proclamation by Governor Perry. my Is a 20 to 2t page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE Line by its railroad connection.
great seal of the State of Florida to HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY and IMMIGRATION Detention to goods, exacting local rateson
STATE FLORIDA ) In FLORIDA and the COAST BELT
OF be hereunto affixed. Done at Talla-
} 01 the SOUTHERN STATES.Subscription. shipments and requiring prepayment
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. J hassee, the capital, this the fifteenth Rates. of freight i is a poor way to foster trade, or

1 hereby rebpectfully submit to the day of February, in the year of our Per Annum,12.00. Six Months, $1.00. Three to build up the business of your State.
50c. Look into the matter and see if
I Months
people of Florida the following, adopted Lord one thousand eight hundred and ? Remittances think the Pioneer Line is justly entitledto you

at a recent session of the Legislature eighty-seven, and of the ind"pendenceof and dressed business to correspondence should be ad- all these unwarranted attacks.

of Mississippi by an unanimousvote the United States the one hundred CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher Have no fear of overcharges on your

: and eleventh year. Jacksonville, Florida.To freight, for they cannot possibly exist by

"An Act to encourage the Cotton E. A. PERRY. Advertisers. the Mallory Line, so long as prepaymentof
freight is exacted by the railroad com-
States Agricultural Field Contest, By the Governor-attest : The DISPATCH. Is TilE LEADING AGRICULTURAL pany, for our agents will collect from

to be held in the autumn of 1888." JOHN L. CRAWFORD, large circulation JOURNAL In OF Florida THIS STATE and throughoutthe and has a you only for the tariff calls for.

WHEREAS, The National CottonPlanters' Secretary of State. United States and foreign countries- Why does not that make the Mallory
wherever the Interest Is turned Southward. Line the best for you to patronize?
Association of America is .
an .It IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS
The Line has been running to
Mallory
institution incorporated under the laws IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Es-
tate,Nurseries, Transportation lines Banks, Florida for eleven years, and will continue -
There is said be market demandfor
of the State of Mississippi for the pub. to a Hotels and those branches wherein It Is desirable to run until you are advised of its

lic weal ; and, 500,000 bushels of castor beans at to reach our winter visitors or our discontinuance.Listen .
rapidly Increasing permanent population.
Whereas, The said association has from 81.50 to $2.50 per bushel. These 4 to no rumors, but for any infor-
beans and ] most mation about the Mallory Line apply to
yield prolificallyin
already done much work and grow
good received -
We would call attention to the adver- C. MALLORY & Co.,
the substantial recognition of this State. tisement of Frank K. Keogh & Co., fruit General Agents.

the Government of the United hates 4 and produce commission merchants of Pier 20, East River, New York City.

in the matter of the World's Exposition NEW YORK, March 17, 1887. Birmingham, Ala. These gentlemencome Or to R. W. SOL rIIwICK, Agent,
to with the best of recommendations
us Fernandina, Fla.J. .
New Orleans
at which inaugurated
-- was Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: and we bespeak for them a trial.A M. CUTLER, Pass. Agent,

by its means and influence; Vegetables via to-day's steamer sold large amount of our early berries veg- Jacksonvile, Fla.

t and, briskly at favorable prices. I sold sev- tables, peaches, etc., can be disposed of A. H. CRIPPEX, Trav. Agent.

Whereas. The said association has eral large invoices of cabbages, all crates, in the near markets of Alabama and -e-_ .

now inaugurated a Cotton States Agricultural at $3.50, and barrels at $2.50 to $3.00. Georgia at much better average prices A Fine Piano for Senator Mahone.From .
than obtain in New York Boston
Beans at $3.00() to $4.50. Peas at $2.00 to we ,
Field Contest be held in
to $3.50. Cucumbers at $7.00. Beets at Philadelphia and Chicago. Our fruit [ the Baltimore American.]

the autumn of 1888, which designs, $2.00. Egg plants at $6.00. Indian and growers and gardeners should give more A number of prominent musical peo-

through a series of large premiums for : Halifax river oranges at $4.00 to $5.00. attention. to markets nearer home. ol this city gathered in the warerooms of

models of f farm residences, gin houses I Russets at $2.00 to $2.50. Strawberriesmore Messrs. William Knabe & Co., yesterday

and stables ; also, on and agricultural I active, selling at twenty to twenty- Oemler'a Triumph Watermelon. I morning to examine piano made by the
crops five cents. Outlook more favorable. New, of Russian origin, small seeded, firm for Senator 'Billy" Mahone, of Virginia -
1 implements, to promote the G. S. PALMER. quite distinct with rod and orange flesh ; for his Washington residence.

welfare of the people of the C .1ton very early, very productive ana sweet. The instrument was specially designedand

States:; and tinge having kindred interests Seeds for sale by J. M. Thorburn & Co., built for that gentleman, and is trulya

; and, Orange and Vegetable Markets. of New York, and Dr. A. Oemler, of Savannah magnificent specimen of the highest

Ga., at 25c per paper, retail. musical, as well as decorative, art. It is
Resolved, That the Legislature of NEW YORK, March 17, 1887. -......-- a full Concert Grand, the same in size

the State of Mississippi\ recognize' that The following is the market quotationson Cow Peas. Cow Peas. and general outline as the famous Grand

the Cotton States Agricultural Field oranges and vegetables this date: Just received- Messrs. Knabe & Co., furnished for the

Contest has the highest aim for the Fla.>Htrawberrles choice. .. per qt 2>p '500 Bush. Whippoorwills. White House. The case is of rich and
: fair to good 15@ 20 rosewood decorated
beautifully figured ,
good of the people, and is a movementin 44 Inferior IO@ 12 .300 Clays. with inlaid work in white of
Fla. Oranges, fancy..per box 3 75@ 4 00 200 Blacks. carve
that direction and should receive
choice 3 25@ 3 50 200 B. E. Crowders. unique and intricate design, out
the cordial endorsement of the peopleof .h. fair to Rood,. 2 OO@ 2 .=50 50 Conch Peas.'VILLIAM in the most artistic manner. Each panel
Russets . 1750 2 25
the Cotton States and all those interested poor. .. .. I 25@ 150 A. BOURS has a group of different musical instruments -
*< 4 OC)@ 8 00 the whole surrounded by bordersof
in their also Tangier nes. 20 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
development ; .. ...... .
Fla. Cabbage per bbl. 1 4 00 fine marquetry work in leaves and
Resolved, That this Legislature do Fla. Beans .. .. ..per crate 3 ( 510 flowers, etc. The legs and lyre' are
Fla. Cucumbers .. per crate 6 i 650 The E. Moulie Florida Floral Per-
invite the of carved and decorated match the
people Mississippi to to
cooperate Fla Beets .. 2 richly
with the uianagemrnt of t''e' Fla. Egg Plant. .. .-..- perbbl.12 14 00 fumery Co. will buy the following Flowers I body of the case, the whole producing a
delivered at 45 West Bay St.
: and at the time most
J. D. HASHA.GEN. striking same refined -
great enterprise, in order that they Petals of Fragrant Roses of any kind, esthetic effect. The tone is superb,

may receive the benefits to be derived, at 15 cents per lb. striking the listener by its wonderful

and also to invite the co-operation of Meteorological. Petals of Cape Jasmines at .10 cents volume, depth and richness, combiningwith

the other Cotton States and all Agri. per Ib.Rose. greatest power a most refined and
.. Geranium Leaves and Cuttings mellow character and charming singing
cultural and other
public associations 10 to 12 in. long, at 4 cents per lb. quality, the action and touch perfectly
the end that tij w w w: w w w.
to united efforts leadto j < Sweet Orange Leaves and Tender
may .taq'ua as as cj as aa'- delightful to the performer by I its ease and
the most successful results. JO aamaoma+ i Sprouts at 3 cents per lb. It is indeed most
a
responsiveness. ,
roo: aisle e5e.IaAd UUjU: ::3 U: adP i
Write for Circular full direc-
Now, therefore, in view of the im- oo M giving wonderful instrument in every respect,
00 z tions for gathering etc. and the Senator is to be congratulated
OB
portance of the contemplated contest, ..
fro -t- .
L1IPImUH
S
its
: -O en possession.The
and ot"our section of whichit .. r-t-QoOr-Q1O O
: (
country I' nvp aWlt 0 Cotton Seed Hull Ashes .

it is intended to subserve, and in ac ...o For sale bv_the American Oil Co., 18 of will
3a peach Levy
county
cordance with the liberal invitation ot c s. HOB I 11II 'UOOI3A I QC'I: ="' '''ao Broadway, New York. Prices, deliveredat crop
be the raised for And
tho National Cotton Planters' Association E ; j any Railroad Station or River Landing largest years.
a 0..9 55o in" Florida, given upon application. the county raises the finest peaches:
as well as that of. the Legislature ...C : .aOna3JIO
C I Wa;; 3 ass Analysis guaranteed. south of Delaware.
of the State of Mississippi, I call 0 zzm3oa33'O I grown
Mtr2 eto -*-4- .
the attention of the people of Floridato S... Gans.'Atnmnnitlon, Ete.
_.a:2: The Le Conte trees in full
and recommend, that they take IU ki qtpaapanq 4 1 Every one in want of anything in this pear ,
in this deserving enterprise and .sE= :> pus saqou- ; uj SSSSS8S >BH line, should write for prices toROCKWELL bloom are among the prettiest sights to
part G) 8 11(WJaIW uva -Bs: & KINNE, be in the Tallahassee
G) > seen countrynow.
make and full
timely preparation for ceO | Successors to Nichols, Rockwell &Co., .
the same. I would also ask the cooperation H ao;. 38 West Bay street .
of all agricultural associations a' a I 'JII8Q UH9WATK. I SSSSSS: : ti ."O 2rf > .
with
.
z A XCO Using a V-shaped trough,
and other organized bodies in i: Petersburg Express Crates for Straw- '
terested in developing the resources of : : o mumlulR. I :bS a:S ; firHighest berries for sale at manufacturers prices. slaked lime in the bottom, for hog
t: H Q) j in said off cholera
State. D.oc. Consignments of Berries, Oranges and feeding, to keep
our O> mlx"K I ::2 t41a f tilalemoleg lo lo other fruits and vegetables solicited. from the porkers.SEUAL. .
The many and liberal prizes offered, ;;; Send for circulars and stencils.E. .

including liberal premiums for long I 80.165 77 readings BEAN, -
3O : ;;= R
staple cotton culture, the generous in- SOClOOOr--r-. . Waycross R. R. wharf.Jacksonville NEURASTHENIA.
tua awaIt (Nervous Exhaustion)
o
vitation to compete for them, the importance I Barometerreadings Fla. Its Causes, Symptoms and Treatment,
__.. .. .. .. .. .. .. thermometer ->-.-.- with a Chapter on DIET FOR THE NER
.' of new and ,improved 'implements ft o.. :. :.. :.. ..: :..co:. :: barometer Barometer Pure bred brown leghorns eggs for VOUS. By George M. Beard, A. M., M. D.
fertilizers methods and i Posthumous Manuscript, Edited by A. D.
appliances O : J I '- Highestthermometer hatching from two yards of carefully ma- Rockwell A.1\I., M.I) of N. Y. A timely
: 2 t*..0.. xS Highestbarometer ted birds for 13 $2.50 for 26
for production and development, .2Q '" co1 C at $1.50 volume devoved to genital debility and It* re-
-. and the of such ATK. I. $3,00 for 39. A few settings of light lations to nervous diseases. "It deserves a
great efficacy a con- E "
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EnsiIa. 30, 1886. In this silo, strong framing fresh and good ; then begin to use f for) sections for( easy handling.( Thh top,
e. timber is used for panel, bottom, and the cows, mixing the ensil \_e with the like the follower of a cheese press,
studding sixteen inches on the mill feed. Twenty to fifty pound*
::: ': : ::: : ::o: :: :: apart per should]( fit closely to tho sides of the
ENSILAGE IN FLORIDA. outside matched boards are nailed day can be used for each cow, "according building, yet pass freely downward.In .
horizontally. On the inside of the to size. filling the silo boards divisions
How to Build Silos and Operate studs tanned sheathing paper nailed, A ladder on the outside() will he JH c- may he used, that are to be raised as
Them. the paper being in thirty-two inch essary in entering the top of the silo the filling advances so that a sectionof
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: strips, is put on vertically and nailed until the doorway is reached, then go the ensilage can he fed at a time
In reply to various inquiries elicited firmly to the studs covering two through the door on the inside. without disturbing the whol( A per-
by my former article; I will now try spaces. This leaves an air space be. Pay no attention to croakers, who son of ingenuity will soon be able to ..
to give you some practical directions tween the outer sheathing, and the say that the ensilage system is a fail construct a silo, making such change I
with regard to the building and man- paper, the width of the studs. On ure, for there is no truth in their state- and variations, as the nature of the
agement of silos. There are many this paper and directly opposite the ment. He who builds thoroughly, case may pre-ent or suggest.-Correspojident '
ways recommended, iu different parts studs upright strips of wood are nailed and fills well, will have good food for of Palatkn News.
of the country, many of them workingwell and then on these strips of wood his cattle. Try it and report. ...-
in the localities where they are another ceiling with matched boards. HENRY FOSTER.Lake AS TO ENSILAGE.Cost .
built, some proving a failure, and This gives another air chamber be- Charm, Fla., March 11, 1S.7.
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thereby bringing discredit upon the tween the paper and the boards. On FLORIDA ENSILAGE.How .
ensilage system of feeding. Perhapsthe t this last ceiling nail another sheathingof Florida.
best silos built in the North are tanned paper and cover the tanned to Cure-Construction of a Referring to the foregoing article
with masonry, mostly underground, paper with a ceiling of smoothly Silo. taken from the Palatka News on Flor-
and cemented like a cistern. planed match boards, so as to have As this is the season of the year to rida Ensilage a Welaka correspondent -
Mine at the North are all built the inner surface of the silo as smoothas prepare for the growing of fodder, it of the same journal says :
with heavy stone walls laid with possible. is well to have a definite method at "I notice a recent article on Silos,
water lime and cement plastered. This gives stiff,non.{ondncting wall hand for saving and preserving it. by "Rustic," \vhich is a good sugges-
But here in Florida you cannot having three ceilings of boards and Coin fodder( is almost always ready tion, but few Silos ate in this country.Mr. .
build underground, as a rule, for there two sheathing of tanned building for gathering in the rainy season, and 1 Holmes Erwin, of Hallidon Park,
must be no water in the bottom of the paper. This will make it perfectlyair it is often with the utmost difficulty Lake Broward, has the only one I r
silo. Consequently they should be tight and gives a very strong wall, that a crop can he saved. Either we kno of; he was very successful the
built entirely above ground, and a requiring no filling with dir. or saw must abandon corn fodder or provide past season. Suppose' their are many .
ditch cut round them to keep away all dust. The doorway must; be left and) some better way to care for and save Silos, what are you going to feed to?
surface water in the rainy season. managed the same as in the former de- it than the common method. It i is::; We have good pasture most of the
The cheapest mode.of building is to scription. The silo must also be protected right here that the beauty of the silo year and abundance of green f forage,
.lay planks, 3x12 inches, evenly bedded by covering from sun and rain. system comes to our help. It has been all c,f which is hard to cure during the
on the ground, the size desired for Corn, millo maize, or Teosinte, sufficiently demonstrated in this Stateto rainy season. So far as my opinion
the silo-usually 5x10 feet, or 10x20 makes the best fodder that can he be pronounced< feet, according to the number of ani- raised in Florida to put in silo. It to be hoprd that many will avail t themselves I are best to keep to feed the Ensilage
mals to be fed. On these planks, flush should( be cut in one-fourth inch pieces of this method of saving fodder to. Many think cows cannot be kept
with the outer edge, set studding 2x6 with an ensilage cutter. The corn, the coming season, and)( so add) largelyto I successfully in Florida ; others think
inches, 14 feet long, every two feet. etc., must not be put into the silo until the amountof 1 forage; produced. It they must run out in the woods and
Then alternate with these set anotherrow i it has reached the stage of maturity may seem to those nacquainted with I thus bother their owners about finding
of studding flush with the inner called "glazing" or a little past roast- this method that forage so press:;' recd l I them ; or, perhaps, trying to find out
edge of the plank. These studdingmust ing ears for the fodder has not reached would he worthless after a short time. who fired the last load of shot into
be framed into the plank so as to itsmaxium value until that time. Then But where the pr- cess:: isrompaiatively I them. In order to overcome any such
be firm, or spike a strip on the edge cut it with a sugar cane cutter closeto perfect there is no reason why the objections, I propose to give a statement -
and frame them against it. Also du- the ground, or in case of millo quality of the ensilage may not" bo preserved I of two cows I bought last fall .
plicate the same plank and arrangement maize, cut it with a mower. L"t it ( or even improved l hr keeping. One is a Guinea cow, the other about
at the upper ends of the joists, wilt a few hours before drawing it to Its preservation) depends upon the one quarter Durham, the former very
or top of the silo. This makes a firm the silo. same principle that the preservation of small, l he latter of average size I do
frame for the ceiling. Sheath the Then run it through the cutter by canned) goods does ; that of the exclusion not count the forage these cows have
studding on the outside with matched steam power, (or horse power will run of the air and hence the impossibility : consumed. I raised it.. all and havea
though rough boards. Then"sheath a small machine) and by the carrier of decomposition. This is done quantity on hand )yet. They were
the inside with boards planed on one attached to the machine, carry it over by making the silo or pit as nearlyair I Cln old field pasture until December;
side, and that next the silo While the top of the silo and drop it into it. tight as possible, and packing down since then have been kept in a small
the inside sheathing is going on the Tread it down thoroughly, on the the ensilage closely in a compact body, wood lot and well bedded and stabledt
space-12 inches-between the two outer edges especially, and after filling excluding it from the air, and so pre very night. Nor do I make any item
must be tamped with sawdust or dirt. the pilo half full let it stand until it serving it in nearly the same state as of fertilizer which was saved, and( was
This will make it reasonably air tight. becomes quite hot -125 or 130. It when packed away. valuable. This estimate is from October -
Over this must be built a shed to will then settle very mush ; fill againto There are many methods making 1, to March 1, and, I may add,
protect it from the sun and rain. It the top, and let it stand until it silos, but any method that secures the i the cows still keep up regular
can readily be filled then by the ensi- heats and settles as before ; then fill it exclusion of the air will be a success. I mesa, and will increase when I get "
lage carrier at the gable end of the full, cover with about a foot of strawor Perhaps the most substantial and effective I green t feed. I can sell them any day ,
roof by passing the ensilage into the old hay, and cover the whole with method, and probably the. at a good advance over the fir-t" cost.
silo over the top of it. matched: boards, fitting close at the cheapest in the end, will be to make I They were raised about Tallahassee, c
A doorway must be left at the bot- ends, but not enough to bind or pre the silo of stone, or of sand hardened I so must be acclimated ; are gentle and
tom, while building the silo, at the end vent settling. with lime and cement. But a very free from such vices as jumping, kick-
where you want to take out the food. Over these boards put a fort! depthof good silo, and, perhaps the best for ing, etc. In this purchase I was, per
While filling the silo this will be earth, and on the earth put light- temporary-use and experiment may be haps, rather lucky, if such a word will
closed by strips of boards, correspond wood or cord wood enough to give made of pine lumber. A building apply. I see no reason why almost
ing.with the, inner sheathing. After about 250 pounds to the square foot. 10x12, made with double walls of every family cannot keep one, and if
the silo is filled the outer sheathingof While the fodder can be put into the flooring or any close fitting boards, this article is the means of adding a
the doorway can be filled in, tamp- silo while wet, it is not so desirable as will answer very well. Th, space be- good cow to any family I will feel well
ing the space at the same time with the ensilage is more liable to becomesour. tween the walls should be filled and repaid. From October 1st to the
sawdust'so that it will be as firm as The Ross cutter is manufac tightly packed with sand or damp middle of March the cows were not
the other walls. tured in Springfield, Ohio, as advertised sawdust. fed anything,. hence the estimate of
The boards of the doorway are held I in the FLORIDA DISPATCH. St nd The ensilage should be cut and eighty-five days. The forage fed was
in position by strips nailed verticallyto !I for illustrated catalogue and price wilted, so that it may be pressed into corn blades, and was aboutten poundsper
the door frame, and can easily be list.When the smallest space. If exposed to the day, five pounds to each.
removed when you desire to open the :you wish to open the silo, sun for half a day or more it will do Cr. Dr.
silo. All of the lumber must be of take off the wood from the end to- no harm. It should he cut short witha Two 1886 cows,SOO each bought, expenses In !September$5 each,, 8130.00
the.best. of heart pine or it will rot wards the door, shovel out the dirt, hay cutter and hammered down as Feed per day, eight quarts cotton
seed meal and 18 quarts bran;
down very quickly. and take up about two feet in widthof tightly as possible, mixing in a little cost We; 85: days 34.00
The construction of a better and the boards; cut down with an ordi- salt to give it flavor. The top of the Average Average sale milk 7 quarts per day per 13 day quarts.for ... ..*
much'more expensive silo is given in nary hay knife, and remove the layer silo should be an entire floor made ol 5 months, 150 days, lie per quart $105.00 -
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This'leaves the cows now standingme like the preceeding two, varied a little I looked up at the house on the hill beth-a commanding view is,had'from
as an (outlay only $59. The aboveis by visits to the lighthouse and the new to see if we would be likely to dis- its summit up and ,down the '''broad
money dealing and, as a big bal- life-saving station recently established turb the inmates by shooting. No Indian, across the river and the narrow
ance in my favor, I will say that we there by Uncle Sam. signs of life, the blinds shut and no strip of land opposite, to the breakers
have made all the butter (No. 1 and The Jupiter light is a magnificentone smoke issuing from the chimney. rolling and dashing in on the ocean
yellow) a.family could" eat, and sold flashing every minute and easilyseen "There not very early risers that's beach.
ab i1t'85 worth' a month.) We have Over land for twenty miles, and sure," I say to myself discontentedlyas This desirable tract of land i is owned
also had all the milk we could drink by water much farther. I sit down to wait for a time, and by some mysterious personages known
three times a day, another big bal- Wednesday. To-day we made a watch the manouvres of the ducks hereabouts as the "Racy heirs." They.
ance. We never felt better, and the move. I was anxious to hear from only a few yards away from me. Halfan own several other fine pieces.of Ian4]
milk seems to fill a long felt want, and home, and my mail was waiting me at hour exhausted my patience and I in various places near, and the wonders;
the amount of store bill saved I willnot Waveland. Muff is not the most ac- decided to fire, and take up a, fine trace meat is, that they do not "take posses-
'try to estimate. BUCKEYE.ploridiana tive fellow in the world,so some hours of ducks to the house as a peace offer. sion of their own," o; sell to those who
i were occupied in making ready to ing. So I blazed away, once, twice, would improve. ,
push on. "A fair wind filled all our and the poor creatures were flopping; It struck me forcibly that this beautiful -
sails," (which, by the way, was onlyone and turning up their white breasts all Mount Elizabeth would make the
I but "anything to be poetical"!1)). around the posts of the wharf. finest site for a large hotel of any placeon
A TRIP ON INDIAN RIVER. So an hour before sunset I landed at "How many l\Iuff1" I cry excitedly. the lower river. Boating, bathing,
the Waveland postoffice.I "Eight? No, there's two more turned." fishing and beaching, (I suppose I may
The Fishing: at Jupiter, Mt. Eliza- sat on the broad piazza to enjoymy I threw myself flat on the wharf and coin a word in my own diary,) rightat
beth and Vicinity.Editor letters and afterwards walked over could reach four or five, and Muff the door, almost, the St. Lucie
FLORIDA' DISPATCH: the "place," as houses with their sur- after looking cautiously around to see limiting grounds for deer, wild ,
The fishing at Jupiter, the southern rounding grounds are here termed. that he had no spectators, divested and smaller game, within easy waling -
extremity of Indian river, is pro- Doctor Baker, who is postmaster, himself of his pants and waded in for distance, and the most glorious
nounced by tourists to be excellent, has built his home among a cluster of the rest. "Fourt'n you dun got Boss," view I have seen in my wanderings,
and I was recommended by all meansto all pine trees, the heavy hammock announced he triumphantly.By always to be enjoyed by the loungerson
go there. land lying further back. He has a the time Muff had slipped into the piazza.
My 'character," whom I had se a grove of several hundred orange his garments again, the gentleman of Well, well, I am not the one to buildit
cured to manage the boat and do my trees almost ready to come into bear- the evening before appeared upon the but why don't some one who i is, thinkof
+ cooking, had taken other parties to ing, and quite a large "pine apple scene and on exchanging cards I found it?
this point, so made his way easily patch." him Mr. B. formerly of Chicago. I Saturday ni ht.-I am so sleepy Ian
through the narrows, and we at last' Within sight of this place are sev- was about to graciously present a portion hardly write. Been hunting ,all
found ourselves established in the eral others, lying to the north, but of our recent labors, but was in- day on the St. Lucie and had to impose
waters of the Loochahatchee, in sightof Muff appearing at this moment with formed that they had all they coulduse on some one's hospitality for my
both the ocean and Indian river. news that the wind was likely to for the present. dinner. Got so faint I could not
I certainly had not been misin- change, I had not time to visit themas After breakfast I left Muff preparing tramp and had brought no lunch along
formed. Our first day was eminently I desired, but again embarked.We the game and started for a stroll -never saw anything like the appe-
successful. We anchored the Hesper found to our sorrow that the over the grounds on which we were tite one gets in this salt air country.
just inside the inlet and threw out our treacherous wind had changed indeed, located. I was presently joined by Will have to renew accounts to-mor
lines; bass, cavalie, mullet and pom- an incipient North'er had set in, and the owner and we walked out towards row. **.
pan, rewarded us in abundance. to express it in the nautical languageof the grove. There are two hundredtrees
Some little jottings from my dairy a lady I had the pleasure of meeting most of them small of about twoyear's .
(T :s: Cutlcura
which I afterwards before "A Northernercame but dark 1\
glanced over some time growth, showing a -
brought back to my mind most viv- down upon us and we tackled healthy color I noticed that the)' f' A POSITIVE: CURE
idly my camping at Jupiter. back and forth and never got any were planted! nearer together than \ ;; f for Qry\ form of
' Monday, second day-Woke up at where." many groves I had visited; and I in- r ., Skt ll1> and BloodPiriPLEStoScROFULft
7:15, saw that Muff\ (as I call my Just at dark we saw before) us a juired the reason. Mr. B's. purp'>t s'
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"character," his legitimate cognomen long wharf putting far out into the is principally a lemon grove and -i. Dlseas -
being Muffit) has already started a river between two mangro es, and, a these trees do not grow as large and "'- ::::: from -=-
fire and got the fish frying, a good it looked inviting and the weather de- branching as the orange. The older
prospect for breakfast to satisfy my cidedly unpropitious, we stopped to trees which were set out nearer the SKIN TORTURES. OF A LIFETIME IN-
stantly relieved by a warm bath with Cu-
ravenous appetite,so I turned leisurelyover see if a suitable camping ground house were, however, all budded to TICITKA SOAP,a real Skin Beautifier, and a
for another five minutes' nap. could be found in case the wind should oranges. The usual smaller fruits of Skin single Cure.application of CUTICUKA, the great

Woke up again to find that I had compel our remaining several days.I guavas, sugar apples, and further back 01 This CCTICLTKA repeated RESOLVENT dally,with,two the or New three Blood doses
slept forty five minutes instead of five, left Muff preparing, for supper toward the savannah, the date-palm, Purifier, to keep the blood cool, the perspiration
so jumped up, slipped on shirt and while I went to seek for the proprietorof mangoe and banana were flourishing ( pure and unirritatlng, the bowels open,
the liver and kidneys active,will speedilycure.
trowsers and issued forth barefooted to the premises, to obtain permissionto finely. .
take a dip in the "Big drink," as my locate indeffinitely on his grounds.The Mr. B. informed me that being a pruritus Eczema, seal, tetter head,ringworm, dandruff,psoriasis,and every,lichen species ,-
Muff* patronizingly calls the migh ty steps led up a terraced front be- civil engineeer by profession, his busi- and of pimply torturing diseases, disfiguring of the skin, Itching and,scalp scaly
Atlantic. tween two rows of tall palmetto treesto ness took him away from his place with loss of hair, when physicians and all
r Breakfast on fish, Muff's incomparable a pretty little cottage some fifty continually, so that he had never succeeded known Sold everywhere.remedies fail.Price, CUTICURA, -50 c.;
,T biscuits and decidedly muddy yards further back. I found the gen- to any extent, in interesting SOAP,35c.; KESOI/VEXT! ,SI. Prepared by the
coffee. tleman for whom I was seeking and himself in a garden. Next door, how- Mass.POTTER: DRUG AND CHEMICAL Co., Boston,
"Can't you get-this coffee clear?" I obtained a cordial permission to pitchmy ever, on the same kind of land the in *.Send for How. to Cure Skin Diseases."
asked my man. tent for as Jong as I chose to stay. mates usually have one in good condi- PIMPLES, blackheads chapped and oily
"Yas, I'll be like to do hit after, At this point of review my literary tion. There were in Mr. B's place CATED +OAP.prevented 'by CUTICURA MEDI-,,.
I got some fish sounds dry'n." attempts were suddenly brought to a some two hundred acres reaching the -- --- ---
"After?" standstill nod. I whole three of mile wanted to cruel and ell grads to dealers.. fro pl-
from
interrogatively by me by a vigorous con- quarters a M EN dUng.$90'month.botelsadtnrelingespensssp&&
"After what?" clude that I am sleepy and accord- the Indian river to the St. Lucie and NATIONAL SUPPLY CO.. Cincinnati Ohio. 62._ ?
"Why after now" decisively by ingly retire. having a fine front on both waters. --- -- --
Muff. Thursday. When I opened my The land on the Indian river was a White Pekin Ducks !
I meditate ; the provincialisms of f eyes this morning my man was sound- high rich hammock sloping back to a Buff Cochins!
the aborigines are certainly copiousand ly sleeping on the other side of the low savanah so desirable for banana
afford mental food to a thinking, tent, and looking at my watch I took culture. Beyond this was a wide Spanish Golden, Claiborne laced Scabriglitn Games, Silver, W.Spangled F. Blk.-
great credit to myself for waking so streth of hickory hammock good for bearded Ducks and, crellted Light,Brabmas.'Eggs, Slroper Knapp's liKOUCII
man.Fishing is again the order of the i early. I walked to the door, ando either orange or lemon trees and still White Leghorns, llawkin's Plym. Rocks,Pit
day and continued until dinner time. did my eyes deceive me! or were those further on the spruce pine tract suita Games.*. It.Eggs R.,8 and 1.00 per Spangled 13. Game' Bantam
After dinner I go for a walk on the: acres of specks all over the riverreally ble for pine apples. White'CreNted black Poland, Bo"
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beach and find many rare and curious s I ducks ? This afternoon I walked over to the neys Brown',Leghorns Croad's: Lan, Prestons 8hans.Wyandottes.IIoudniiM Eggs, S2.IJUper
shells Which Muff carefully packs away, "Muff!" I cried emphatically, but t place adjoining the one on which we 13. Cockerel,$2.00 each. of above for breeding
for me' among alligator teeth sea below: my, breath, "get up you lazjfellow are encamped, there is quite an elevation purpose Seminole Turkeys, (a 40-1 lb. pure Bronze
beans, birds, plumes, etc., to be carefully and see that sight. Look al t here, in fact the highest point di- bred$tOO for to hardy 9.Boottd. domesticated wild hens.: Eggs f
distributed among sundry sisten! thoseducks- Where's my shot gun ?'' rectly on the river. On all the olc White Cuban- Carrier Pigeons-
and cousins at the'North.Tuesday "There boss, hit Stan's in the co'- Spanish maps, and from.time immemo- $1.50 VILLA per pair.ZAXZA POULTRY :YARDS,
third day-Very mud}l ner." rial, it has been called Mount Eliza Manatee, l'la.MABcK : .



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INJUSTICE CORRECTED. these facts to the public simply to .A..JLES 55i !

.Correspondence.Reliaole justify the claims that they have mnde.,
Verification of Wide-
Convincing t that "if the kidneys and liver are k t'pt
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in a healthy condition by the use off I
Commission Merchants the readers of the DISPATCH: W arner' safe cure, which hundreds

oraffe Plants, etc. in common with many publishersand of thousands have proved t to be a specific -

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : editors, we have been accustomed when all other remedus failed, Most Sonthorn City 0 of Florida.!

I.learn with regret that the Fruit to look upon certain statements whichwe and that has received the endorse-

has decided not to handle have seen in our columns as merely ment of the highest medical; talent in

vegetables' to ship, I had decided to' adroit advertising.Consequently Europe, Australasia and America,

give them to the Exchange, and their we feel justified in many a life would be prolonged and

decision; obliges me to look around for taking the liberty of printing a few the happiness of the people preserved.It Deep wa'er Railroad Terminus. Fertile 1

some reliable commission men. As I points from a private letter recently is successful with so different suit and Vegetable. Land High Rolling
many Pine Lands I .r Building. Balmy and Salu-
I have had no experience whatever with received from one of our largest pat diseases because it and it alone, can brious Climate. Mugnlticfin. Sun and Pea
that much abused class I rons as a sort of confession of faith to Bathing. The Sportmeu's ParadUe. The In-
am whollyat remove the uric acid from the blood! valids' Sanitarium. Tae PleasureSeekers'Resort.
,sea on the subject and come to the our readers. We quote : through the kidneys." .

DISPATCH for aid. Cannot some of "We have convinced ourselves that Our reader are familiar with the

Tour readers who are old shippers be by telling what we know to be true, preparation named.Commendations i

induced to give us the names of some we have produced at last a permanent thereof has often Fine Opportunities for Invest-

good honest commission men in the conviction in the public mind. Seven appeared in our columns.We ment.

various large northern cities? As years ago we stated what the national believe it to be one of the best,

there"are probably many others of disease of this country was, and that it if not the best ever manufactured.We .

your readers in the same bat with was rapidly increasing. Three years know the proprietors are men of 20,000 CITY LOTS.

myself, such information would be of ago we stated that a marked check had character and influence.We .

general usefulness. Can you vouch been given it. are certain they have awakeneda

for'the reliability of .your advertisers "The statistics of one of the largest widespread interest in the public .. .L.I : ._ I I. '

ii| 'this line ? I life insurance companies of this coun- mind concerning the importance of fA I A. E r.: :-.J '
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I read with interest your frequent try shows tuat in 1883 and 1884, the the kidneys. We believe with them ; ..._ t-bt..ylt: .- ..."...t--w, 11
letters on the forage Is theBrownEgyptian mortality from disorders did _.. -'
kidney
question. that they are the key to health, and .. -- ''''Cot-1re ..
or Rural Branching I not increase over the previous years: that for their restoration from disease -I.!: ft'Lor :-:-, "" !
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Dhuprra another name for either of other companies stated the same thing.It and maintenance in health, there is .iJI W.L' '-,-n.J".'... t r L. _I-.i...-. ..

millo maizes? I want to seed an acre is not presumptuous for) us to claim nothing equal to this great remedy.The Jf /. ,...:.;.;.>r.2-1'..:S'i r.:,>?,::ZstAa ,

0180 of'my grove with crabgrass.Can credit ff>r.checking these ravages. proprietors they "do not \..... ,a i;etr.. ,..--or, 1"-
say ; ..__.
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you enlighten me as to the best "Seven years ago we stated that the glory in this universal prevalence of '--..'I&. I.\ 111"or tJ .,...... ._ a.tl' .-
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time,and method for accomplishing it? condition of the kidneys was the keyto disease, but having started out with ; 'l ; :'- .
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Also inform me where I can get crab- the condition of health; within the the purpose of spreading the merits of _..'o-...1--.'4-..,.'". .".....1. rt "/,',ii.1': I'S"to:;.. ;l .

seed. five all careful life insur- : 'o',.. ..I I
past.
years Warner's safe cure before the world, 1'r, ., "'t.-
We had a light frost on the night of ance companies have conceded the because it cured our senior proprietor, <<:Y &&1:1&&:-..;;:.".. '0 :-'... .-. ;I;:1'':. i I. I I
the 28th ult. which nipped of the truth of this statement for whereas 4 .-. :.g:
some who wan given up by doctors as incur- ... i' --:!. :
cukes and beans and an occasionally ten years ago, chemical analysis' determine able, we feel it our duty t > state the I.. _:.., ... '\.. ,.: .-";..:a.--. i,,OW=..-J

tomato and some, of us have got a "big the condition of the kidneys facts and leave the public to its own 1. -I'..-;_a ......t.'.....'_;.",.)'.:_..;.-,..'-r:.;"1 I
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dlsgust'on. D. W. HEATH. was not required, to-day million of interences. We point to our claims, -.'. :; ._-..,.
'Oc&la 'Fla. March ,, : ; : .
,. 7,1887. dollars in risks are refused, because and to their public and universal verification ; )! ... ,

." We' cannot advertise commission chemical examination discovers unsus- with pride, and if the public t .. ...,..:.. ': : .;

merchants' ,. .. free of charge. We trust, pected diseases of the kidneys. does not believe what way, we tell I I -. .....t.. op ........'.,
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however,; that some of our readers will "Seven years ago we stated that the them to ask their friends aud neighbors (.' ,.- .', .."p'..r. ...._.to"""'.",..,.

give our correspondent the information ravages of Bright's Disease were in- what they think about our prep- 't. _._ _,. .--. '..... ..__.: -J:
significant compared with other unsuspected arations." s
he'desires through the mails. We
disorders of the of
kidneys
As!: stated above, we must cordially Broad avenues every four hundred i feetWide
woulil call his attention to Messrs. many misleading names; that ninety- commend the perusal +It'this corre- streets' every two hundred feeL One

Pancbasts & Griffiths, G. S. Palmer thee per cent. of human ailments are spondence by our readers, believingthat bun fresh red air spacious assured. Public A magnificent Parks. Beach Plenty, 100 of
attributable to feet wide and five miles long, is laid out In a
deranged kidneys
and others who advertise with us and in so doing, we are fulfilling a splendid drive and boulevard.: Situated in
which fills the blood with uric acid, simple public obligation. Monroe county,3i) miles south of Punta Uor-
whom believe be
to reliable
we
perfectly da on toe most southern habitable portion
these
which
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orJddney poison causes
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- of tne Peninsular of the Gulf Coast.
many fatal diseases. Cantatas for Flower Time i
'The names enumerated by our correspondent "The uric acid, or kidney poison is

are not synonymous terms the real cause I rf the majority of cases Teachers of Juvenile Singing Classes do not
need to be told of the Intense interest and enthusiasm An Ideal in Florida.Blocks
of heart disease .
City Tropical
paralysis apoplexy,
but'are applied to different varietiesof which attends the bringing out of \
convulsions, pneumonia, consumption, anew CANTATA. The f. Ho wing are new,
sorghums; for a full account of the bright, pretty and easily given. CommenceIn
and insanity; over half the victims of time to prepare them. 200x400 leer Loin 50x100 feet. With
several'kinds see the DISPATCH for consumption are the first victims of VOICES OF NATURE. Operetta. 20 feet lane. 25' per cent of proceed de-
N. K. Sargent. voted to city improvement
.
November. 29,. 1886, page 830.-ED. diseased kidneys. FOREST JUBILEE BAND. N. li.Sargent. i 4
"When the recent death of an hon NEW FLORA'S FESTIVAL. Bradbury.
J. C.Johnson.
Arranged
by
From the'14th of January to the ored ex official of the United Stateswas MERRY COMPANY, or Ca
14th of Lake firm announced, his physician said that Conan Coe. .
February a City r
Price of each book, 40 cts., or $t.GO( ) per doz. Odd numbers will be ROd: for ninety days
shipped 1,200 dozen eggs, and sold I although he was suffering from The first two books are by a nature and without reserve. Kre inducement* to those

about '100 dozen in the local morket. Bright's Disease, that was not the songs music-lover of birds who, flowers fills them Insect'with, etc.very Flora's sweet seeking For Information homes in Tropical, maps<<, c.rculari Florida., etc., call
They have now three or four( hundred cause of death. He was not frank Festival, doubled In size, and with minute on or address
directions, will surely be a success, as will, in
dozen ready for shipment from theirLake enough to admit that the apoplexy another way, the "MERRY COMPANY. JOHN A. GRAHAM,
which overtook him in his bed
Butler store, and hundred or was
Our New edition of VOICES OF PRAISE,
two dozen at their Mt. Tabor House, the fatal effect of the kidney poison in ((40 cu., or$1.20 per doz.) by Rev. C. L. Hutch- General Manager Maple 'Town Imp. Co.,
the blood which had eaten the ins, Is cordially commended to all who A Ih Mohawk Block (over postomce),
besides 400 dozen on hand at their away a &unday-..cliooi Song Book of the
store in Lake City. substance of the arteries and brain ; highest character. Jacksonville, Florida. .

nor was Logan's physician honest School, Academic and Seminaries
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'Mr. W. A Scarborough, of Bradford are always safe in adopting the carelully compiled -
that his fatal rheumatism '
enough to state
school song Book of Dltson & Co.
county, has found the cow pea as was caused by kidney acid in the We recommend (for the higher school SONG .
a fertilizer to increase the productiveness GREETING ((61)) ctft.) and ROYAL SINGER
blood. tiO cts. for schools. SONG HELLS
)
( grammar
of his corn.land one bushel per "If the doctors would 'state in official ((50 cu),and SINGERS for primary schools GEMS FOBLITI'LE .
((30.)
acre per annum. We hope our farmers reports the original cause of Any book ma'led for Retail Price. Authorized Agents: .i
will note this. Besides the peas OLIVER DITSO* 6c CO., Boston.O. '
are death, the people of this onntrv fl. DITSON Co., R. G. BOBINSOV fc Co., Orlando,Fla. :
worth something themselves. J. E. :MITCHELL, tampa, Fla. -
would be' alarmed, yea, nearly p'tnic IH" Krndw y. New York.
C. L. MITCHELL,Tallahassee. Fla.
The Le Conte pear will add its stricken, at the fearful mortality f.om feat* ulAir of'8ft far-- a JAH. P. SNOW*' Co.. B.Mon, Mas*. r.
W/ WILL PAY.4 upe._.to sell o.r goods to F.J. HINSON, Maine ltv Fla. _
quota for the first time this year to the kidney disnrdf rs. k dnler. at home or to travel or f4O..a..........*. to dieutbate HA DIIN AU SalaryprolDSy "
etrealmr in jour vielalty. xpen*" ,
receipt* of fruit about Green Agenu'samplesawofgoodsYI1LE. Vitumpmr E. M. GRAHAM braide town, Fla. %
growers pmld
.. T. c. WATSON. Pe.Racollf? P.a. '
q lrtd. No 1111111b1l1' We mm what we AddrtM.MONARCH .;,t. -
Cove Spring. The writer of the above letter gives NOVELTY COLi) it
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the he posted in regard to it, and not haveto HARDWARE FLORIDA RAILWAY & NAYI-

C arrden. wait fur some one else to report 'for( GATION COMPANY.

--. them. A little more family conversation .
-- '. and confidence among the farmers SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 7,1887.

STRAWBERRIES. and fruit growers would be for the Standard Time,33 minutes slower than Jack
GEO. L. McCoNiHE sonville local.
benefit of all concerned. w:
A Canning: Factory-The Fruit Ex- I .
S. L. REED. From .
change. Arrive Leave
(New Building at Old Stand.) Read up. WEST. Read down.
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Fruit Shipments.Editor No 10 No 2 Nol No 9

The handsomest patch we hay seen 1140 a 730 p......Jacksonville_.... 800a 300 P'
FLORIDA DISPATCH : 40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. 10 40 a 6 50 p........_Baldwin...__. S 41 a- 402 P
this year was at the Urn ti til la Lake In issue of 28th Mr. 1002a 628 p..Macclenny....._ 902 a 431 P
Side Grove. Mr. Traub your February 9 55 a 623p.....Glen St. Mary._ 9 07 a o37p<
although a W. D. Lewis makes a strong point for 9 35 a 608 p.8andersoD.-a 455p
preacher an-I printer, and had never 9 07 a 5 45 p....._.._Olustee......._. 9'44 a 520p'
ventilation for( fruit, especially now of 8 33 a 519 p....._..Lake City...._.1010 a 558p818p'
before turned his baud to agriculture, strawberries. I be permitted to Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves and Tinware. 8 15a 505 p..Lake Ogden......10 23 a
may 757a 452p....... .Welborn.. ._1035ft
take it 635p
to to
seems as naturally as a add a few words. Undoubtedly ,he is House Furnishing (Good, Granite and 743a 4 40 p..........Houston.......?.10 46 a 650p
fish does to the water. His plants Agate Ware. Sash, Doors, Blinds, 7 27 a 4 27 p......_Live Oak._-....10 58 a 720 P
right as to more and better ventilationin Oils. Agricultural Implements; 6 40 a 4 00 p........_Ellavllle_...--1126 a 7 55 p.837p.
were a foot high, and we tried t count car lots I think he overlooksan 6 01 a 326p..........aiadlson.12 01 p
the blooms and HerrifS on one, and yet Iron and Steel. Rope, Belting 5 24 a 2 55 p.........Greenville........12 30 p 915 P
< ftsential lenient ; that is, the more Hose and Packing. Pumps, 505a 237 1>........_Aucilla.....__12 48 p 9<0p.Drlfton .
got as far as two hundred and thirty- careful handling and storing of the Steam and Water Pipe 4 46 a 2 20 p ...-. _....... 107 p 10 05 p

five and gave it up. He uses Baugh's and Fittings, Four 5 15 a 2 50 p.ar..Monticello..lv... 135 p 10 85 p
fruit in the car.V hu is there from 4 20 a 155p..lv..Montlcello..ar..l240p. g 80 P
fertilizer manufactured in Philadel Steel Galvanized -
Maine to California, or from Canadato 4 46 a 220p...?.._..Drlfton......_. 107 P 10 M p
Fence Wire
'ph'a. Now, if we can pet as good 4 22 a 200 p............Lloyd._......?. 1 4.5 p 1032 p'
Florida, that has not seen and suffered Mantels, 4 05 a 130 p...........Chaires....._... 1 68 p 1047 P
made in this State, it is p licy to use from the rough deadly mannerin Grates, 3 30 a 105! p..... Tallahassee_...... 2 Z1 P 1150 P
it and keep the in home circu- 2 25 a 12 35 a........._Midway......_.. 2 64 p 12 40 P''
money which they are handled, and moree EtaAgent 140 a 12 09 a........_ Quincy _......... 321 P 140 a
lation as much as p( ssible. We must in of transfer from 12 48 a 1150 a..... ML Pleasant..... 341p 210> a
do this if the State pecially case a 1201 p H 25 a....River Junction... 405 paS) a
we see prosper ; one point to another ; with or without

instead of sending out so much money knowing it, they seem to be in league SOUTH.
it is expedient that we circulate it at For No.4. No.8. No.7. No.8.
with some evil spirit, and to demon- ......... 4 00 p...,..Fernandina.....11 10 a _
home, and patronize our own industries strate the crate or package of fruit is ......... 2 47 p.......Callahan..........1222p .,,,...
far We Powder Farmers' Friend 630a 225p...Jacksonville_ .1235p
as as possible. have Orange Lightning Slop
may fairly down, care is taken to place it 5 15 a422a 1 43 p........ Baldwin?...... I4 p I 4O P
,and Boss Plows oil Stoves
seen some good berrit a where raine'a with than wisdom. I Dangler Perry 12 60 p....._.Highland......... 215 p 10 47 p
fertilizer ud and the C. Humus so more strength A Co's Celebrated Stoves and Ranges, 4 03 a 1236 p.........JLawtey......__ 22 P llOSp'
was have often wished that they might bec 'Southern (St. Louis) White Lead, 335 a 12 15 p..... ..._Starke .._...... 246 P 1127 p

manufactured by Dr. Hicks, of Fort. mpelled to raise and pack the fruit Masury's Pure Colors in Oil, 2 55 a 1130 a..._...... Waldo ..._...... 815p835p 530ft606a.
Mason is and 10 35 a 11 05 a....._..Fairbanks__....
steadily gaining ground, and then get nothing from it, as we Masury's Railroad A Liquid 9 45 a 10 35 a......_Gainesville_...... 410 P 730ft
the DiK'tor is forced+ trun his machine Paints, Fairbanks' 8 00 a 10 10 a......_Arredondo.... 4 3)P 820ft
sometimes have to do. Standard Scales.WTin 6 30 a 9 35 a........ _Archer....._.. 450p 985ft1080ft
day and night to fill the demand The route agent of the express company 5 20 a 9 00 a......... Bronson ...._ 520p)
If 215p 7 00 ......Cedar ...
these two fertiiiz-rs don'i( fill the a. Key 715p 115p
should be on the route more frequently Roofing,Sheet Iron,Copper and Tin ........_ ......
bill which believe will do let Work to order.PIANOS 2 45 a 12 05 p. Waldo ._ 253p 1205ft1240ft:
we they at this season, and note the 207p 1144 a........ Cam pvllle .... 312p
us have one that will. Strawberries 146 a 1131 a..-.. Hawthorne....... 884 P 1258 a
manner of handling and the results to 12 55 a 1104 a............ Cltra ....*.*..*.. 3 M p 148ft288ft
are not selling as well at the North as such shipments. He might also see 12 05 a 1122 a......Silver Spring ?... 486p450p
usual owing to the cold] I138p1050a 1010 a............Ocaia......_ 245ftS
very the necessity of better ventilated cars ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS 943 a.........Bellevlew....... 517 p ft
weather they are having which n-.t for the of fruit with better 1015 a 918 a............Oxford_........ 640 P 400 a
fruit handling 1000 a 9 V8 a ...._..Wlldwood....... 553p 415ft
only gives the an out-of season springs and trucks. Some years sine, 913a900a 8 40 a.........Leesburg......... 817 P 4 M a
look, but has in many cases frozen it Genuine Bargains. 8 30 a....._..Eldorado... 8'Z1 P 508ft630ft(
in shipping fruit to Minneapolis from 830p710p 815 a........ .Tavares....?.. 846 P
solid, which the fruit cannot endure Illinois, the car being full, having been 6 55' a..Orlando ....._. 810p 754a
and hold its own. Better facilities for
i i. ventilated
carefully placed a express Being Sole Agents in the South for Fernandina and Jacksonville Branca.
ho had before.
transporting must we made
car, some shipments were
CIIICKERINO MASON A HAMLIN, MA- Arrive Leave
can make a perfect success of anything outside of it, to. the same points, which 4 45 p 8 45 Jacksonville..... 900 a 5 00 p
that is so perishable! and for the THUSHEK, BENT A ARION 4 00 p 812 a.........Dnval........... 945a 531 p
arrived in such bad condition, tro-u the 3 28 p 7 43 a...... Hart's Road......10 15 a 55Jp
want of them we have many perfect rough handling and transfers, as to he 3 00 p 7 25 a.......Fernandina.......10 45 a Slop

failures. We sent some berries to worthless.As
PIANOS
Wlthlacooehee Branch.
Philadelphia, and our return was, to refrigerator transportation, it ,

'Ber i is received in very bad comb will not be wise to discard it; when GOING Read NORTH.down. GOING Read SOUTH.up.

thn baskets nit more than half full." 3 00 p m Lv......Wtthlaooocbee..Ar 12 06 a m
warmer weather' comes it will be found ORGANS 3 20 pm" ..... .St. Catherine...... 1145<< ft m
Net returns n thin good and berries will that 405pm ....._.Vumterville: _.. 10 55 a m
Sent Baltimore in many go 5 00 pm" .....Panasoffkee_..... 10 40 a m
fume to line \H\'* E. HOLLISTER. 540pm Ar_..__Wlldwood..._..LT 1010 a m
every respect. Report : "Berries received Tampa, Fla., March 5,1X87.FLORIDA .
.. MASON & HAMLIN, BAY STATE, Marks
in &JuoI 1 order ; baskets! full ; St. Branch.

net returns fifty cents PACKARD ORCHESTRAL. GOING NORTH. GOING SOUTH.
per quart. LANDSAlong 10 30 a m Lv........ St. Marks ........Ar 10 05 a mIn
Our crop holds good for several Everyone given benefit of ourone rice sys- 58 a m" ..........Wakulla...___ 9 40 a m
months and after the tem, and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy 1157 am'. ............ Belalr............ 8 43 a m
.4 shipping season the line of the terms of payment, and payment of freight assumed 1215 a m Ar .........Tallahassee_......Lv 8 30 a m
H over there ought to be some way 'lor South Florida Railroad by us to Purchaser's nearest R. R. or
steamboat landing. ("a"means a.m. time. "p"means p.m.time.)

') preserving them j he great highway to Cuba. <
Dr Abernethy is soon to salve the Rt. Marks' Branch trains run Tuesday,
These lands are admirably adapted to growing Thursday and Saturday only. -.
question, in a measure, of what can he Leaving time is given in every case except,
done in Florida and if he builds his Oranges, Guavas, Pine-Apples, VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, AC- where arriving time is named.
Trains 1 and 2,7 and 8,9 and 10,and trains'On :
canning factory; as he proposes and and other semi-tropical fruits also CORDEONSand Jacksonville Branch run dally.
Trains 3 and dally except Sunday.
will have a jelly manufactory in connection Early Vegetable and Strawberries. Trains and 2 have Pullman Palace SleepIng .

we do not think there will besnthiug all kinds of small Instruments offered at Cars to and from New Orleans. -
T wn Lo.sln growing town along the line lowest prices. Send for our illustrated cata- Trains 3 and 4 have through Pullman Re-::
wasted ; and hope and expect of road. logue. cllnlng Chair and Sleeping! Canto and.fromOrlando. -.. .-

to see this section alive with Large tracts In various parts of the State. .
9 and 10 have
Trains through sleeping. carsu
and ;
for Grazing ar growing,
growiug industries; and all we need timber. purposes; to and from DeKunlak Springs.

Map and Informatlonjlurnished on applica- For maps, rates, etc., apply to Company's. .
now to set the machine in motion i is a tion toLAND Artist materials. Agents,or write to
little capital and We A. o. MACDONELL, -
more energy. DEPARTMENT SOUTH FLORIDA R. R., Picture Frames, Gen.Pa/js.A Ticket A cent.D. .
have plenty of brain ; all our troubleis Sanford, Fla., or Fine Pictures E. AXW"ELL. Jen.Rapt. .--

in not knowing exactly how to use FRED. T. ,11 YE US, Fancy Goods, ---. _. Jacksonville,171a- -.-.,'

them. We hope the fruit.and v"getable General Laud Agent,

growers will send in a report of K2 West Hay ht., Jacksonville Fla. Albums, StationeryWe .

can save you money In anything In o' UNLEAOHED A
failure the that
the ir
success or ; paper
ORIENTAL FRUITS Music, Art or Fancy Goods. Write us for
would refuse to print both would be prices. A S
L' ? LeConte Kletter Peon on theirob .HARDWOOD
no friend to the citizens of Florida. \ n roots; Bartlett and other Pears N Admitted H:
Supplied in car-load lots. -
We would like to hear a report) from r. Japanese on LeConte Plums roots;;Peen Prunes To Simoni* Hone and A one of the most Complete Fertilizers 'E-
think wgtinuld Ct. Peaches; Russian Apricots. A now in use. Especially adapted
the Fruit Exchange : large and general awortment of Fruit D for Orange Groves. QualltYUAraD8''
have one as often as once a month, for, Trees. Catalogue with fact*.Free. LUDDEN &. BATES S. M.H. teed. Corre > .
Addaae W. F. HRIKE9,MUUM. R. L. HOWELL & CO.,
i it is the ]>eoplt>' affair, they should liesurwe.......Huntvlll,.. SAVANNAH, UA. A Ittontrealt Cana4 .



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SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WEST'N Pul man Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir I HING CHUNG
Buffet Cars via Wnycros. Albany and Ma- Oranges and Lemons!
RAILWAY cnn, and vl' Wnyc", *, Jesup! and Macon,
1tween.Tacksonvilleand Cincinnati.' Also' CHINA WARE and JAPAN GOOD;E.
WAY OROSS
SHORT
LINE through Passenger Coaches between .Jacksonville .
and Chattanooga.1'nllman ALL KINDSOF Consignments solicited. Liberal advances
Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville made. Would be pleased to correspond with
TIME: CARD IN EFFECT DEC. 5, 1886. Handkerchiefs and Curiosities.Call .
and Nashville via Thomasville and parties desiring to ship here.

All Trains on this Road are run by Central Montgomery. and'see goods.No. Summers! ITIorrisoii A Co.,
standard Time. Pullman Buffet Tars between 'aek!5onvile! 2'! Laura Street, near Kay, 171 South Water Ht.'Chl'ago.Heft .

e Passenger Trains will I" HWi as follow. Tn-kets .sold to all points by Rai ---- to MetropolPauattonal Dank, Chicae -
and Steamship' connections and baggage I. V. F> rwpll! .to 'o.. fit ,.qf).
WEST INDIA KiT HAIL :
Leave Tamp via :S. .F'. It. R ........ ...... X: ., Sanford \ IlL J., T. A: K. W......... 1:00 a in and sections secured at the Company's: Office I
Jacksonville.?. ... .............. ....... 70 am in Aster's building, 82 Hay street, and at Passenger When I say cure I do not mean merely to stop them for a :, d\WEA\ la Tone,Style( Finish and general.
Arrive Jacksonville......... .. .. .........lt.- n n'n ; Station and) on board People's Line I time and then hate them" return again. I mean a radical (e : ;goods,testimonial made hlarank't'dfor6Ye4m.i and terms,frtafc toiiftlX
Arrive Way cross.......... ...... ........ .... >9:10>: H !. Steamers If. H. Plant and ChaMahoochee and cure.SICKNESS I have made a IIr the-IoDg disease of FITS I warrant tPILf-TaY; or FILLING to Weaver Organ .Piano) ("...,
Arrive Ra van nab .......................... ......11:.).') n M- DeBary-Baya Line SteamtrCity of ,Jackson '; cure the wont cases. Because study. others have my failed remedy is no I' .*. ** *'Mctui7, Murk: !.<._
Arrive Charle ton.......... ................... 4:50p:!() n ville. WM P HARDEN reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at once for a I I .
Arrive Richmond.( ............................... ((5U: u m n")1upl.Paq/il/ ++"vcr \ r )1' ; treatise and a Free Bottle of my Infallible remedy: Give I Farmers7 and Carls.If
f Arrive Washington..........................11:01 I a a- V3 PI Rl/ no 4nna.1,. ton.lonr I! and KzpreM I will and curt Post 1011.Office.DO. H.It G.f'OIt.yeu BOOT,nothing 183 Pearl for 8&.a.trial N.T Wagons .
Arrive Baltic-ore........ ........................1 H'l:! S p m --- .- -- -. -
Arrive Philadelphia..........................? 2:17 p m JOHN F. STRATTON'S you want a firstclassVagon or Can
Arrive New York ........................ .VbO' J p n. C/tfttj' for Cash, call on
Pullman utfetCa,* Tampa to W'ishlng'on. CKLF.IJRATKD 1C. U. KAIIITI,

and New York to Tampa. Brass Band Instruments. Jacksonville, Fla.

NEW ORLEtfC* KXHKKS: : ALSO Office H. Berlack's Store, East Ray Street
Leave JackHonvllle...... ................ 1.fIU.( ) .. n. fi5lIGI.. OIi PYN Farm Wagons from . R15.00tol2iu:
Arrive Jacksonville...................... 7-35' p u. -- JOIn 1. STU.\TTON'S
X Carts and Prays from S' \.Ot) to S28..O.!
Leave Callahan........................ 7': ::11'1:+ !r F_ OR.Y'DfA.. I Gold Trumpet .
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Arrive Way cross. .................?.......... uiOam tea 1. aA r.r7 Accordeons. -
Arrlv8 Thomasville ...... .. .... .. ......... 1:22. : pin a.Pto(> : Early Spring Vegetables and Flowers.
Arrive Balnhrldge................. ............ '::*) p m l.a fig.o The handsomest Accordeons Farmers Gardeners
and Florists the
Arrive Chattahoocbee................ ... -1:114< pin in the market. use
Patent Protecting Cloth originated and
Arrive Pensacola via L. & N. R.IL.... i<''-10 p m pre-
1:) "I .jl' t II.J;) .10 UN F. STKATTON'S pared only by undersigned. It is equal to
Arrive Mobile via L.&N. R. R............ 2:15 a m
glass and costs but a tenth as! much on Cold
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Arrive New Orleans viaL. fe:N. R.R... 7:10: H m "'!;IMARJ scl Piccolo Accordeons. Frames and Hot Bed-. Protects from frost
Arrive Albany............................ ........ 3J2p: m John t StruCtou?* ,
The very l>est and cheapest Fence made. promotes hardy and rapid growth, does not
Arrive Macon via Central R. It.......... 8:21 p in
Straight galvanized wire which shrink or decay rapidly. Widely known and
telegraph to Celebrated Harp
Arrive Atlanta via Central R.......12:15
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each picket Is firmly riveted. Can be put up Guitars extensively used. Trade supplied at low rate
Arrive via W. k A. R.R. 5:55
Chattanooga
a m very rapldiy and so as not, to saa- verv dura Send for circulars, samples etc. free.
Arrive Nashville via N.C.&St LIt.Rtll5am ble. The only fence used by the Boston and etc., etc., et<\ U. S. WATERPROOFING F'i1tRF: CO.,
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.... 6:5': ''J) p m '
Albany R. ( 0. Do not confound it withan 56 South St., New York.
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville inferior article. JOHN F. STRATTON -- .
and New Orleans' via PensacolA. and 49 Malden Lane New York -
For descriptive' oirculat! address as above.CONSOIIPT1ON1. Snowdrift Poultry Yards
Mobile,to and from JecksonvU'eand Louisville -
via Thorn sville, Atlanta mi I Nashville,
and Cincinnati to Jaeksonv111eviaJesup. ORANGE HOME. KEUKA, PUTNAM Co., FLA.

A C. LINE EXPRESS. KEY. NOEL K, IIA3IEK, Proprietor.
Leave Jacksonville.............. .............. 2:0-5: p In I bare a positive remedy C"r" the store disease:br its
Arrive Jacksonville........................._1'2W' 11'n use thousands have beet of ewes of the went ktn l and of longstanding ; Fresh eggs of White Wyandottes, $3.00;
Leave Callahan............ ..... ........ 2:17 p in In its efficacy that rurorf.I '11 r 1 I' 'f',1 1O!.soatronglanJfaith BOTTLES J FREE, A Beautiful Spot in a Healthy Location. While Plymouth Rocks and White Leghons
I Leave Chattahouchee....................11:30: a m IOR.tber with aVAI.l'tC; '.''JFE on this disease! (Knapp'n) $:!.w per lttln!!. Packed in new

Leave Thomasville.... ........................ 1:4.5: p m to any sufferer Gio t. O. vddrecs.Dtt. Unequalled for Orange Culture and baskets ana delivered to Express Co., on Fla.
Arrive Waycross! ................................. 4:40: ) p m T A 1 ireailSL.Nevr. York Trucking.On Southern Ry. Circulars.. free.NOTICE. .
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Arrive Brunswick via B. &: u.. R... 8AI: I' m
Arrive Jesup............................ .. ...... 6:16): p in DR. JOHN BULL'SSmith's the F'. R. &: N. Go's main line, 25 miles .
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. R..1I.M: p m south of Ocala, 8 miles north of Lees-burg.
Arrive Atlanta via J;;. T. V. & O. H..It. 2:25 a ra Transportation unexcelled.A To Whom it 3fay Concern:
Arrive Chattanooga via E. T. V. & U. 8iO: ) a m Sixty days after the first publication of this
Arrive Cincinnati via C. 8. R. R..... 6:45: p m Tonic Sm specialty of Educational Facilities, moral notice application will be made to the Legislature
's Arrive Savannah................................ 7: 8 p m ] home influences, health and reasonable of ..'lorl a for the passage of a charter
Arrive Charleston ..........._......_......... I 1:25' a m profits from all agricultural and industrial of the "Florida Fruit }Exchange" wherebythe
Arrive Wilmington.............................. sz:30 am pursuits. All I ask is a personal inspection capital stock may be increased to a sum
Arrive w eldon. ......... ........................ 2:15 p m FOR THE CURE OF ol Orange Home and vicinity. greate than Fifty Thousand Dollars' ; the par
Arrive Richmond. ............ ................. 6:00: p m Will sell Real Estate Orange Groves, Town value of shares to be reduced from one hun
Arrive Washington............................ltiis p m FEVER Lots, Hammock and High Pine Lands. dred dollais to Ten I Dollars> per Share; to allow
Arrive Baltimore..................... .... .....12:35am: and AGUE the corporation to purchase and convey
Arrive Philadelphia......... .............. :3IS a m Orange Home is an ESTABLISHED TOWN- such real and personal property a* may be
Arrive New york................................. 60a m Or CHILLS and FEVER mails, general stores etc. deemed necessary! to its usefulness, including
Pullman Buffet Hleenlng Cars to and from Corespondence solicited. References of the vehicles of transportation; to lease or erect
Jacksonville and New Yorkalso Jacksonville best furnished. buildings for storage of produce; and advanceon

to Cincinnati via Jesup.' I AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.The j Don't buy until you write to me. produce; to manufacture and sell such
materials as may be useful to fruit-growers

Leave Jacksonville.EAST FLORIDA.... .....KXPKEbS................. 5011 p ru proprietor of this celebrated medicin \\'. C. f>ODI>. and gardeners,and generally to transact such
Arrive Jacksonville . ................. 8:55 a t tLeave i- justly claims for it a superiority over all ren Orange Home,*Sumter Co., FIn. business as rray be 'or the interest of memo
Callahan...... ............_...........h..? 5:41: I p edies ever offered to the public for the SAP ----- -- -- -- bers and others connected with fruit growing
Leave Waycross.................................. 7:58 p in CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cui The Largest and Most Complete Estab- and kindred pursuits and for such other
Leave Gainesville ........................._.... 3:55:{ p >n of Ague and Fe ver.or Chills and Fe ver.whetler lishment South. powers as may be deemed necessary and
Leave Lake City...................... ........... 3:2"I p mLeave proper.
Live Oak ................................... 7:20 p m of short or long standing. He refers to tb GEO. It. FAIRBANKS, GEO. NORRIS,
Leave Thomasville ............... .........._ ll:3<> p m entire Western and Southern country to be, I). GKEENLEAF: : J. D. MITCHELL,
Arrive Albany.................... .. '11)8 In him testimony to the truth of the assertio M 'J'. W. MOOKE, M. J. DOYLE,
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:30 a in I I that in no case whatever will it fail to cure WM. E. STANTON, ROBT. BULLOCK

Arrive Mobile via L. t N. R. R......... 2:10: () p m the directions are strictly followed and carrie B. M. BEAR,
Board of Directors Florida Fiult Exchange.
Arrive New Orleans \ la L. & N. R.R. 7:30 p m
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R... 7.115 p m out. In a great many cases a single dose hi Jacksonville Fla., February 16, 18g'1._
Arrive Louisville via I.. & V'. H. It..... 2:12 a m been sufficient for a cure, and whole familit f = t I I -- -
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. H. H... (6:30: a m I i'I have been cured by a single bottle,with ape -- y
Arrive 8t. Lois via L. t N. t .H......... 7:40a m j jPullin. 1 feet restoration of the general health. It i ;
.." Mullet arv to and ir m .Jat'k..U'iv'llennd > !<'! however and CINCINNATLO.
,prudent, in every case more ce
Louisville> via Thomas* Hie. Albanv, i i I C SOLE MAKERS CFTHE VICTOR I I ,
tain to cure,if its use is continued in small I
Montgomery and NavJivllle, "ml found from i ill (
. ;.rtow end )Montgomery\ Gelues' lie. I II I j i doses for a week or two after the disease he jAiU to NILES&6T.WESTERN MILLS

. : SAVANNA) EXPRESS.\ I I been checked,more especially in difficult an I &6ENUINE000KEVAPORATORo

.,,11 1 Leave Jacksonville............................. $:ib I p m I\ long-standing cases. Usually this medicin 1 i o THE SCR G HUM HAND BOOK
Arrive Jacksonville. ... ............. 6:15: a m I i I will not require any aid to keep the bowels i 1,0 m I8S7 CONCERNING THE CULTURE
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f Lea a Callahan) .............................. !H>: :5 p in : good order. Should the patient, however,rt 4 OFSORONUMANOITSMANUFACTUREINTO
An I ve Callahan: ................ ................5:-',') U in ; quire cathartic medicine after take I I SEDTH4 SYRUP&StJEAJ SENT FBEEON APPUCATIOH.
'j Leave Gainesville M'" .. ..................... 8:.>5 p m \'I having
\r.I\,. (a1npsvllle.! .............................U:0ja in I three or four doses of the Tonic,a single dOE Geo. S. Hacker & Son, :

Le.t.. I Lake < ty.................................. :3:2p: > in I: of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILL ,
Arrive Lake City.................................10:15 a in ''I will be sufficient. Use no other. :MANUFACTURER OF !is
Leave Live Oak.............................. ..... 7:20: p m Fancy Poultry.
Arrive Live Oak. ........................... 6:4f: a in DR. JOHN BULL'S DOORS SASH .BLINDS MOULDINGAnd
Arrive Thomasvllle............................ 7:15 a m ,
Arrive Albany....................................11:40: a m SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, W. W. FENDRICH,
Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R.... 7:55 p m Building Material.Office .
BULL'S Successor to Albert Fries
Arrive Nashville via L.& N. it. R ..... 6:.)> a m SARSAPARILLA, ,
Arrive oulsvllle via L t N. It R. 1-57pm BULL'S WORM DESTROYEIThe Warerooms, King op. Cannon St.Cliarlciiton Keeps 20: varieties of 1'unvbred Fowls.
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. It. R .. 6.35 p m s. C. Yards: rihell lload, near oncrleSprmr.
Arrive Bt, Louis via L. & N. It. R-... 8:0 c p m Popular Remedies of the Da.'. Eggs for Hatching, 82 per dozen.

Arrive Waycross............_..... ............11:20: p m I ; MJltSKKY.NUKSKRY P O. Box:;;ii.! Jacksonville, Ita
ItF.LAlU liltOTC
via B & W. It. ar.- ,t'nflon DllCpR.t('h.Ohlu .
R. 6:10'
Arrive Brunswick : a m
St. varieties (
Principal Office 831 Slain LOUlSYII.LrK STOCK of choice imported -
Arrive Albany via B.A W. It. R ........ ':f; a m -- and
II IIArrh'c of ORANGE and LEMONS, acclimated arlfln'IJ1S.'IIAIH"'SCUredat
MAC01 via Centra1 R. It........_ s :41J a m I II
pain. Book
TREKS. lionx-without
te>tetl l :It Hi'hiir. Also, PECAN :: Apply I
Arrive Atlanta vii Central R. ...... 1: 1. p mArrive : PENNYROYAL l to Donald l 1I0u"loII: Hupt. at Uelalr. or (lr .rtlcul.ir. Hnl Free.
Chattanooga vii W A A. R.ls. 7:07: p in PILLS T. F. IIITGINS.! I .\gCIII, Hanford. __-! I i out.I.1\: M. I Ii Atlanta.Os.
Arrive Jesup....................._.. ... .. :.. a m I . --. --- -- --
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Arrive Krunswlck via J.;. T. V. A- .. s:. 0 a m I "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." .
Arrive (',()n vit E. T. V & G. JUt ';':::1 r It i The Original and Only Genuine. ./ -.. ALBERT FRIES $100 A WEEK.
Arrive Atlanta via 1:. T. V.& U R. 1111 I l :80; n m : Safe and always RellaMe. Beware of worth If**Imitations. I ,
Arrive Chattanoga via }o.T.V.tG.H K 6:15: 'p '" I Indbpensable! to LADIES. Ask: your Druggist for :N10HOLAH, FLA., Indies gentlemen desiring pleasant prof-
Arrive Cincinnati via I'I !-I. II. It ,. ::0 a III "Chlchet Kucll-h"and take no other or lactose 4e. It'W): AGENT FOR i i'ahle employment write at once. We want

Arrive Savannah ................... .... ....... 6:1'. a m i (NAME stamps)to PAPER.at for particulars ChtcheaterChemiealCo.<. inter by return mall.. GL/: aROTTED n"\KI'I; :' you to haudl. an itself article of domestic use thai!
Arrive Charleston: ...... ... ............ ?I25pni :'!31311adln square,I'hUada.Pa. rrtouimcMid! to e''eryoneatelgbL hot ;
I FI.OIIH. Sells like cakes.
Arrive Wilmington ......................_ .. 8.30 p m I Sold by DrtiirffNl everywhere. Ask for '"Chlt'hee- BONE MANURE STAI'I.i': AS Families wishing to
Arrive Richmond ........ ..... .................1fI: 5H. m ter"a .n&U un l'CI1D.Jrv7all'UIa. Take no other.WORK ProfIts SIO per cent.
Arrive Washington..................... ...... 3:10pm t Decomposed>> with Potash.I'rleet2 practice economy should for their own
+ Arrive Baltimore............ ..................,4 51 P In -, - --. -.. per ton,free on board in Jackson vlll benefit write for particulars. Used everyday
An hoe Philadelphia ..................... 7:17 p ra FOR ALL. 830 a week Samples of' 16 different grades of Fertllzei the year round In every household.
Arj.tye.yew 1 ork.... ........................j>....A::)) p rq'Continued and exoduses! paid. Valuable put up by Mr. Baker, can be seen at the (Jet- Price within reach of all.Free.Circulars Address free.
outfit anil >HrtlculanV1CK1S11Y I man .Itrult Store, 19 E. Bay Rt. Jaeknon lile. Agents receive Sample
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. S. B. HUBBARD & CO. SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD.Central .

( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER: SUNDAY, November 14,1886,1:30 a m,Trains
I.AIE will leave and arrive as follows:

JACKSONVILLE; FLA., SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND.

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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PIANOFORTES.UNEQUALLED p Z .Z .Z .Z .cI Az Z go
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DEALERS IN .! aII of g 8 .z ft: 8TAT10cS. .!! 8 E g 0 1:
Tone Touch Wortauship and Dnrabilitr ..s)3 Q :S Q .cIL'I. Q -:: Q
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Hardware Stoves and Tin-ware, WILLIAM KKABE & CO.
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Not. 204 and 200 West Baltimore Street,Battlmon. :u------! All ;; aveAe ;:; A S ----A;;

Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints, No. 112 Fifth Avenue, New York. -- -...- .n-.- --... ....... ...-.. ..... ..R. R. W hart.. _..... ..- ...... I _...... ....... ..... -
Oils and Varnishes o 10 80 4 40 :500 R 5010 00 740 ?...Sanford _... I1S 230 835 100 100 430,805
Pumps, 3 10 -to 4 48 510 90&1013; 755. Belair...... 112 2 21 8251248 350 ...J L.5 7 50

Lead and Iron Sugar Letter 4 ....... ...... ...... ... .... ..... .Crystal Lake_ ill...... ..... ...... .... ...... ......
Pipes, Chicago Poultry 5 10 45 ._... 515 910 _.... _.... Bents._. 110 2 16 8 20 .... ''i. 3 jS ...... ..
Mills Leather and IS THE BEST 10 1065 4 58 525 ( 920 .O45 820 ?..Longwood ..105 l( 206 8 101237 331 2 40 72S
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13 1103 5 001 5 331 928 11 10 8 3.5 ._Altamonte ... 102 1 58 8 0012 30 3 25 3 10. 7 J3
Rubber Belt and Poultry and Live Stock Journal 141107 5 5 9 3311 ZJ 8 4S _....Mayo_...... 101 153 7 5412 261! 310 2 ..8 705
Published.It 15 1112 5 08 543 9 381135 955 ..._.Maitland... 100 145>> 7 5012 23 315 24.) 7 00
Mill Supplies 18 1120 515 562 045115.5, 910 _WhlterPark._ 97 I 40 74212 IS 307 225 650 .

tells bow to mate, raise and manage 20 _..._ .__ 6 00 ...... ... .... _....Wllcox..... 95 ...... 7 34 _...... 3 00 ...... .....
Poultry for pleasure and profit. 22 1135 5 26 608 10 0012 65 9 SO ..... Orlando.... W 128 7 2812 02 2 65 155 6 30

of every description. 25 ....... .. ... ...... ...... ......10 05 .......GaUln ..: 90 ...... _...... .... ...... ......
26 1145 534 620 10 b 1 IS ..... ...Jessamlne... 89 1 13 7 13111 i9 2381240 602Z1
PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNUM.The.Chicago'Poultry" 1148 .?... 6 23 1015 .... 10 20 ..Pine CasUe... 88 1 JO 7 ,..... 2 35 .... ....
ft "EEW 30 1155 5 40 6 80 10 22 13210 40 ,.Blg Cypress.. 85 I 02 7 03 1142 2 2812 28 5 52
) DEAL"toe 34 12 en 550 6 45 A 111035 2151125 ...McKlnnon... 8) 12 SO 6 521132 P M 2 151210 537
Letter and The Weekly 40 1240 615 7 00 6 0010 50 25D _... ...Klllimmee... 751240 6 401120 845 2 001135 5 ID .
u v Western Fancier's Review both for$1.35. 44 12 m ...... P JI 610 A Y ......1210 ...Capmbells__ 7112 f 5 AI]( ....... K M P M.
62 106 6 42 8 30 3 4512 30 ..Lake Locke 6311 47 10 44 8 11 10 25 4 2R
6 Address 57 120 8 52 6 42 4 1012 45 _.Davenpon.... 581135 10 32 8 (00 10 05 4 10
Company J. L. s. HALL. M. D.\ 61 130 700 652 425 1'20 .. Haines t1ty. 511125 1022 750 94. 365
1605 W. 47th 'U.. Chicago, III. 68 1 48 714 7 10 500 1 40 .Bartow June. 47 11 12 10 CJ7 785 9201 337
72 1 58 7 21 7 20 52i) 155 ...Auburndale. 4310 50 954 7 21 3 ID
MOLINE, ILLINOIS. 77 218 7 :S, 700 540 2 95 ...'F. !itzhughs... 38'037 94&& 6 58 840,308 '
TIFEROSSttallsYlllL $3 2 :3 7 42' 7 sa 6 4ft.1.3 25 .....LakeJand.... 321013 9 30 6 40 .
9-1 2 48 112, 8 21'' 7 :iI ..... .. Plant ('l1y... 2110 001 4 05 ij I II 7 10' 2 139n
rrw Horsr G r. n do tin work. uf Three, ; 2 5Q I h :iJ: ... ....... 'C+ rk 17" ( ....( 5 t lol ......' ......
11I:1: : ::11.. 822 H 83.1)1 .J (0(( ....l eflner...... f 12 9.f3., 8 :tl) 5 :t5 I 6 2i I :U
Ii.; a 7 $ 2'< : 85o 815:>>.: I 11'1.......Mango .... 10, 935'' 818 .1) 2"1! 611 f 130Iir
A ; OF ." i .i, :! .. t 19X1( ..... ......Orlnt_ 6.; {9) 21))' ., 5 1 1"1 ..... ......
SANG ONE-THIRD {/ Iii :31t.. ,. R jl) ; If l ( 92,, 4 5 \r Tampa I.v I U': Af, K O' 51M' f 53'.1'1' I 100
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1.1 lifE COST or PIABTIMJ.i ) ENSILAGE r tag ".HiioiiM. i mint* .No.- :{ tud *> leave from and :.rive tit 1., .ti, K W. Depot. .NO. I.
.'.3auUi() l 1-ally. No. ",!t. ;0, i", 9,111, 27,28and29 ally except Suii't>y. Trains !Nu :3 ,+nd6
Turll..I"'lh.'h.
24 inches( i loOw.r 6 inches -AND- atop nnly at Orlando, Klfislminee, Kartow Junction, Lakeland and Plant City. No. :*, Daily
: Lrrtufors nq'1ftd! for Fodder Cutters. except Monday. No.: *top nt KiMlmmee for rtnpper Nos. 1 and 2 -top HI Kl..8lniine: for
Dinner No. 7 ..toPI4..t Lakeland for Breakfast. No. stops at lakeland for Supper.
These Cotters maranteed to cut faster, run Trough TlckttM old at all regulars! tions' (or all points North, Hnstan-J v\est.' Bags
lighter, do a ereater varlet and better work checked through. t
than any machine made. More Roes cuneI'S In use
for EDIUaee than all other machines In the United8tatM ....mbt"rlont'err.llrallc.b.-H.F.ILK.
combined. Cutters especially for Ensi Sanford andlnditnUi rr .-...i'lr.-,....
lace; heavy strong, simple never get out of Sou h Bout d North Bound. .
order and last a life-time. Dry Fodder Cutters Head Uown. Read hp.I --- ---- --
12 sizes' ,hand and power. Largest machines in the -. -
world. The largest Cutter Factory in the ""Mc.. F'st Ac. 1. Ta11yexeelt :-'nn aYe
United States,and the only one building cattereezclo.tveIT M'l. &Ft HTATIONS. M'I &Ft =- .
_, U.f'. anywhere. Send for our large Hlu 19. 21. 20. 2'1. :s South Bound North Hound.
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I,!:. GiFIELD I Read Dowd. _. ._ Read Up. ..
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..-.1I.La '''I'I r I, Ct W. ROSS &, UU* >JTo.6 CeatrsBt,Auasj 2Oat ; U 5.25 7.40 Lv Pembert.'n Fery Ar 9.45 65057 d! Pas. Pas I) ii i
', ii'' Book oa>KatSUs Mat toe M all vte MM tbto pspst.JAR'E ...... "I: =: &tot &I't HTATIOML t'; f.
.,. 1It"'ilC'I" 5. ..-.01 ..........Flt erald .. 9.40 6.1:56 d:1l
.ot111i! .. I !I: II'': 'II'iq! 3 5.35 '. ...__... *0 ole _ ... 51 :s ZJ. 25.. +r
INTERESTED IN POULTRY u 6 -... ..... .p. Bay. City.. .... .. ..51. - IO-
YOU I 5.50 ........._ .1\Iacon........ 6.10 47 a In p.m pm ll
!,''te greatest plow laprorement of the tones, 0I I Practical POULTRY BOOK. I 5.57 8.20.83)..........OwenHboro.......... 9.35.. 6.004i 0 IO.S 510 I V.......,.$HI110 rd ......._air M7..") '.1019LB

III 100 pp. beautiful colored plate.enirravinKS 6.10 9.00............I1adeCity......_. 5.3541' 410.00 52. ........ }mt He-pd......... 71"( 1.)5)
;'"HE "NEW DEAL" WHEELED and dMoiptions of all l'J 6.30 9.15'........_.Rlchland........... 4J,031 6 10.4fJ 5.3.. ... ..'Rl1t1ed e .... .... !.:::1J 1.4.J J 13
breeds; bow to caponize; plans for .Ck. 32 6.\2 10.20 ......_qeddervUle_ R.2 ffi'25' 710.47 5.42.1- Irdes. i.2'2 1..1.11:
PLOWS poultry hones; about incnbatom and Fowl; 'i' +" r 37 7.rr 10..18 ....._! Katbleen. 8.10 3.401:20: 12111.0 6.'M' !, ...........Clifton........ : .9.1 I,13 i
WALKING and to buy I'lay
where
Mmled for 15 Cents. ; {' 7.1 I 10 50 ........Griftln's MIlI_...... $.01 s.517 14,1l--i ? 6.Tus.kawUla_ 1 fl..it 1.05; 3
ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, 13 7.011.02.........Lakeland......... 7.55 :.t.1014 19IU.'J' 6.32.ivtedn: ........' tit ;' .....0, 1it
1j,1'lt'GLB AND DOUBLE FURROW. 1E27 Bti P1 1a4..pb....Pa. ; ; 6.4() ar..latkP Cha 1 .m..lv I 6.10'12.."I, 0
South BUi < 7a+511.25''Haskell.j. .......... 7.30 2.20 6 __ _.____ __ __
5i 8.10 12.IOIA.r1.e..Bartow_L ve 7.15 2.00 (0
In "NEW PEAL Is lighter In'drnf't and
more ------ -
u"tly I handled than hand ffartow Krallcla.-lJai113' No.8-AJ. t.akrlan.I"+ 11... tra u !I.>,. rtow,
a plow,, and cute amore THE CHAMPION FENCE WORKS
uniform furrow. I I I at Barlow Junction wIth train fur Unrtow.
South Bound. .'orth Bound. No. II-At Barlow Junction with train. Irom -
"Uli h:NEW IEAL' 1 f.*. lighter draft, lighter E. M. WESrON Man ger. Pa8. PM. Pas. m v 1'as. P&h PHS Tampa; a' Bartow with t'alnfrom I'r mt>er-
v:' Rtitj and lighter In price than & sulky plow, No. &Ft &Ft :"" rATIONS. =- "FI No. &Ft ton l-erry, and Florida Southern Railway .bar
and will do all Its work.
Works at WaycioES Depot, 11. 13. 12.a:: 12. H., 16. Punta Gorda.
V-1..V!: KEW! DEAL" Gang cuts 24 inches with the --- No 12-At Bartow Junction! with tral for
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th .ftuf a 16 inch hand plow-a saving of 50 per (In centra of E. Bean's Packing-House) A M P. JI P.K. i Ar 17 A S. P.M. P.M Fan ford.
ce.il. In lihor. ])Ol'II! all the work of a fourt Jacksonville FU. 11.15 2.10() 7.15 0 tlartow J'nc 1210,40 1.4(1 6.30U. No. 13-At Bartow Jnnciion with train from
+a lrBU riding gang with one less horse and little 2.28 7.501: 1 5 WlnterHvn 810.20, 1.25 6111 Tampa.
ni .re than half: the cost. This Is the cheapest and n ost ceslrable: 11.42 2.40 -Eagle Lake 5110.05 1.13 5..1)5) No,14-At Bartow with Florida Southern
-if:* **:XE:"? DEAL Plows are ALL STEEL, Fence now made. U Is made of tue best 11.52 2.551 8.00 i2 .U'rdonvil le 01 9.4012501! 5."') train from Punta' Gorda; at Lartow Junt lion"
:;.crhs';>rl'l1tll.t tirength I with lightest weight. BESSEMER STEEL WIRE and YeLow 12.-6- 3.10. 8.1517 aT Bartow Iv S.30 with train Cor .am pa.
with trains
Junction
J tit I is no untried and\ rickety experiment, and Pine Picket Order; for Fencing prom tly CONNECTIONS.TRAIN (rim No. Tampa-At Bartow and Sanford at Bartow with

t.it.t ,claii.ti arts not nude recklessly to attract at- attended. Come and see Samples. No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda.

m.t-n..' 'Thl -yl te:1: id the outgrowth of careful I am sole agent for _the Counties of Duval, DeBary-Baya Line Steamers from Jackson- No. 16-A t Bartow Junction with trains for \
'ii I v ition experiment\ reaching over a. period Clay, St.Johns, Marion and Alanhua for the ville, and J..T. fc K. W. train from Titnsvllle; Tampa and Kissimmee. '
< i y rx, with a rutioual view of the requirements Champion Fence Machine Machine can at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow; No. 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida
f too times.Tif be seen In operation at my works.E. at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at Z
jr nre i superior to any plows tITer offered, M. WESTON No.2-At Lakeland with trdn for Bartow ; Lakeland with train for Kisftlmmee.
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I cud ia: mo-t economical plow. ever placed la the st Bartow Junction with trains to and from No.20-At Bartow with Florida Southern
tU14kct. Send for circular Man ger. Bartow; at Sanford with People's and De Railway train from Punta Gorda at Lakeland -
Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville with train for Tamra; at Pemberton
!State Asjeitts for the above Plow. and J., T. A K.W. tialns for Jacksonville andTitusville. Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for

A Lot minll Gainesville and Palatka.No. .
City
WAay.A
ALSO No.3-Has ,Pullman Sleeper and Through 21=At Bartow with Florida Southern
Coaches without change between Jacksonville Railway for Punta Gorda.
Deere &: Co's Steel Pony ?, 2 and3Horse and Tampa. Connects at Sanford with No.22-At Kartow with Florida Southern
Lot 45x120 feet In J,. T. & K. v. train from Titusville; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Oorda; at Lake. e
Steel Plows, Riding, tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam- land with train for Tampa.

Walking and Plain Culti- MACEDONIA CITYand pa on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 'Connections are made at TafY pa by the "
with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Limited West India Fa.! t Mall, both north
vators.ALSO a Year's Subscription to the and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and ria'unsays and south bound with the elegant and com-
with Plant Steamship Company's ships lorK mi dlous Fast Mall Steamships Mascotte and
AGENTS' FOR KEY WEST EQUATOR !'y West and Havana. Whitney of the Plant Steamshi Co., to and
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No. 6-Han Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana and with steamer -

Planet Jr. Cultivators and Garden Tools the most southern town in the United States, Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack- Margaret for all points on Hillsborough
sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, and Tampa Bays and Manatee River.
For Only $S.SO. Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Passports can be applied for through any
Washburn & Moens Ma1'laretlrom Manatee River.and on Sundays Notary Public,fond Notary's certificate that
Do yon want to know of Tropical Florida, Tuesdays and Fridays with Plan*. such application has been made, when' vised '
BARBED WIRE FENCING.We of the cocoanut and pineapple home, of Key Steamship Company's ships 'lor Havana and by the Spanish Consul at Key West,will answer -
West where already 20.UW: crates of tomatoes Key West the purpose of a Passport. .
keep the largest stock of have been shipped to Northern markets No.7 At Lakeland. with train for Pemberton W. McCOY,
Send F2.50. Do you want a lot in addition to Ferry. Gen. Freight & Ticket Agent
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS this in Macedonia'Macedonia

In the State. Is In Monroe county near far- THE PIONEER BANK Oft' SOUTH FLORIDA.-No. 3409
famed Charlotte Harbor and as only every CHAS. JOY President. NAT. BOTNTZ Vice-President. J. H. VIVION, Cashier.
Catalogues and Prices sent free. Correspondence alternate lot is given away we rely upon the Late Prefdent Bank Late Cashier hank of Orlando. Formerly Cashier Com'l Bank of
solicited. Increase of those we keep to repay us for the of Orlando. Lebanon, Ky. Late of Potter, <,.
unheard of offer.Will r:
Vivion & Co., Bankers,
refer you to the editor of this paper, or Bowling Green, Ky. .t,
to any business man In Kev West as to our
Address reliability. Address (and only if you wish to FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORLANDO, Orange Co., Fla.

stabler!be) Capital Stock Paid ... 5OOOO.OO I Author.d Capital, *25pOOO.Op _rt.
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6. B., ,.HUBBARD & CO., EQUATOR PUB. CO.. Tenders Its best service to the public In all legitimate Banking business. Collections in

Jaokaonvtlle. gla.. Key West, Fla. hU region' of country mad$ and remitted' for promptly on the 4ar Of pp7m nt. '
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:to55'HOURS* { r .. '* 9.and'Ql. .. West.Bay Street, '" Jacksonville,:Florida.
+ NEW YORKV; <** :* i WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL'" .. .. .. ..:.....i.f.:.:

BETWEEN __. Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals'[ .t' : .and J

Savannah. New York BOSTONAND Music Games '
Dolls and
Philadelphia. Toys Fancy Goods,
1 and between Horton V t ANDPHILADELPHIA.. Base-Ball Goods Croquet and Out-door
and Say an Dab 'if; ,

Amusements.
65 to 70 HOURS. ,
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Ilarcourt'N Fla. .'rul.. mid How to Raise T lie in. New Fd. Revised, Enlarged
and fully Illustrated.. Cloth................. .....'.......... .................:...fl.25
Moor '16! orange Culture! Kev. Ed ............................................ ...................1.00
Ocean Oemler's Truck Farming in the South.......................... .. ..._...... .... ............. 1.50
Steamship Company. Whitner's .jarden1ng' in Floiida................................................................... 1-50
McClellan's Digest LAWS of Florida.................................................. ........ 4.00
'(Central or 90 Meridian nme.) I have all the Maps. Hooks etc.,on !l1ca-

Passage Rates Between Jacksonville, New York and Boston Direct. tion. Legal131anksofererpdPtcriptlon.WI .

Cabin, fJ): Steerage;'61 .50; Excursion return trip)),$-iil.5.. :
I'll& Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail follows:
H. PILLOW I
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.

CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. H. O. Daggett...;............ .... Wednesday, March 2-1 1O():$ a. m ,
CilY OK AUGUSTA, CapU J.W. Catharine,..... ...............i-iidav, March 4-1fJQp.m)
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith....... .................Monday, March 7- 4.Xp.rn:( FRUIT VEGETABLE PACKING
NAOOOCHEE, Capt, Kempton.v..:..........................Wednesday, Marc 95:30: p. m AND
TALL AH A 88 KE Capt. Fisher... ... .............,....... Friday Match 11- 7,00; a. m ,
(:HATT'HnOnHEI(, Capt. H. C. Dag tt. ..................... Monday, March !U- 9:3Ua. m .
CITY: OF A AUGUSTA CapU J. W. Catharine...........,.....Wednesday, Marc 16-lltfOa.m Forwarding & Commission House.
CITY OF S\VA(\N.\J, Capt. F. Smith ........................Fiiday, March IS- ls:i0<<>p. m
MACOOCHEE. Capt. Kempton ..... ... .........:.... ........ Monday, March 21!I- 4tt>p. m
TALLAHASSEE: Capt. Fisher... .......................Wednesday, M n-h 21- 5:30 p. ra #
C-'ATTAHOOr-HKE, Capt. H. f''. Daggett.. ..... ............ .. ...Friday.''March 2i- e.OOp.m( OrangeSjDirect: from the Groves for Sale
y CITY OF:AUGUSTA, Capt.J. W. Catherine ..... ..... '" Mon- ay, :March 28-- 8 00 a. m by Single
CITY:, OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Hmlth........ .. ...:......Wednesday, l1arcl1309Wa.: m Box Car-Load.
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FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON.

ClJy OF MACON,'Capt.. Kelley.....!:...........n... ..... .:Thursday, Mar. :3 J,at 12:00: n'n
l4 / E CITY, Capt. Hedge .....:.:. ............ ...........Thursday, Mar. lo f at 600 p.m ..
CliY OF MACON Capu Kelley...............................Thursday, Mar 17at 12:00 n'n other: :Jroc1.u.ce Alto.
OATTB CITY, Capt. Hedge, ..... ...:......:...........:.; ......Thursday, Mar. 21,at 5:30p.m .
CITY t OF MACON. *, CapU, Kelley.' .FOR.;....:PHILADELPHIA.J::...............t'..,.....Thu.sday, Mar 31,.at 10:30am: .All necessary facilities fortMndllrg Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable' + .**.,.*Crops.... .,

[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.] Packages suitable for shipping the above products both rhade up and in the flat always on

HI DATA Capt. Ask nl.\.............. .i.*....:,.,...naturday. March 5- 2-OOp.m: hand and'for sale; also other Growers' supplies,such as FIoops.Wrapping Paper,eta
Du.y vd, Uapt. N. r'. Howes.......\,............. ......' ...t aturday, March 12- 7:30: a. m Location the besU'.vlz: .
If/JIATA, TapU Atkins ................... ........... ... ,.Saturday, March 19- 2:30p.m .
DErJSOUO, Capt. N. F. Bowes...,....................:.....,.......Baturday, March =6- ;:OU) p.m S., F.:& W. RAILROAD. WHARF, .

THESE PALACE STEAMERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Connecting with the Savannah," Florida and Western Railway (Waycrosa Short Line]) Circulars and Stencils on application: .
Ofler to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.
Turough Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North,East and Northwest
TN Bavannah. For further particulars apply to The Altam.o
: : .te Hotel
HENRY YONGE, Agent; C. G. ANDERSON., Agent, ,
Pier No.35. North River.New York. City. Exchange Building Savannah, Ga. ALTAMONTE STATION, ORANGE CO., FLA.
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RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agent Savannah Pip!, Bilton. FRANK .
,A. COI'-RAN- '
W. L.JAMES 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia. Proprietor.
J. D. HA8HAGEN. Eastern Agent, Sav.,Florida A: Western Ry.Co.,261 Broadway, Y. ((01 the Twin. Mountain House, White Mountains,N.H.)
For ln'
rmaton and Ticket apply to .
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O.M.SORREL.Gen. Manager. H. R. CHRISTIAN Soliciting Agent.
WILLIAM HAVEN President
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J. 8. CHAMBERLINE. ESTABLISHED 1872. H. E. CHAMBEBLINE.


J. S. CHAMBER LINE. & CO., STONO PHOSPHATE CO..,.

FRUIT& PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS

Nos.5 North Market and 5 Clinton Ste.., Boston, Mass.REFERENCES CHARLESTON, S. C. ,
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.G. Hiler, Cashier Fanueil Hall National '*: t '
BAnk *
Boston Richardson \
; &: '..<... :if'o/f', At
Barnard.-A gents Boston and Savannah S.s. Co.,Savannah Go.!.H. C.D nton,Gainesville, :- ..
Fla.; J. Pozler,Ocala, Kla; A. C.1 umer,Clear W ater Harbor, h 1a.; A. H. Manville,JackIIOnv1lle. -
Fla. v. .Eatstbliehed 1870. j-

oTJR- = FAVORITE= : : : Y,

A RELIABLE FERTILIZER FOR .., ,
Orange Trees and All Kinds of Vegetables.Natural '
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food for plant-life- Especially adapted to sandy soils. Anyone wishing to obtain 'High.Grade Fertilizers
strictly good fertilizer,will find it to bin interest to try this. It Is not a conentrated :i .
chemical, fertilizer. ,but a welt manufactured Organic Compost. The effect Is permanent.

Price ( In Sacks ) 'IO.OO 'per .Ton. Soluble Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Ash Element

Send, for Circulars.. I.have no.agents. Address German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats ,
GEO. HUTCHINSON, High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes.
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Crescent 01 1)'. Fla I

Fresh Garden and, Field Seeds, All Orders Promptly Fille i.

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

Squash, Tomato, Bush Beans, Valentine, Mohawk, Early Six Weeks and Refugee, and R. M. MEANS, Treasurer
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Garden'Peas. -
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>> 8OO Barrels Seed Potatoes COO Braidentown
.Early Rose, Burbank Seedling, Be8.utyor Heabron and Chili lied. Also Greenhouse and Real Estate Agency.EDGAR .

Nursery Stock. Catalogue free on appUc on. S. L. TIBBIT1S, ,
25 East Bay RU,Jacksonville Fla. See,lsman and Florist.* \ JI. GRAIIAOT,

: \' ASK FOR AND TAKE ONLY Attorney at Law Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace,

lira ideii town, manatee Co., Fla.

Will buy and sell all kinds of Heal
Estate on commission.
Eighteen
Lily Baking Powder Manatee County Personal knowledge of most of the lands throughout years'the county.residence A-In a
practicing Attorney' and a-
County Judge lor a number yearsI have had occasion to
.:: become familiar with many title and the County Records Having been
'f i continuously en-
: : aged,nil these years In the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable products
Emblem of purl ty. of thiN semitropical section. rives me advantages in the selection of the various qualities of
lands suitable. Maps and AbstrartH
: furnished. furnished Titles examined and Deeds executed.. Information -
Correspondence sol lolled.
Absolute Purity and Strength Guar TS NOTE.-Braidentown is Militated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,'about
thirty-five miles south
ot Tampa. Has dally service by the elegant steamer Margaret. Ad-
.< anteed., a ;: Jacentare the lovely Terra Ceia Sar-sota.and Palma RoJa Bays teeming with all of
1tP'; flab,clams and oysters' ; and here on the Gulf coast are the most beaatifubnllding'etUs In
t the world, with thousands
of acres of hammock and pine lands where tropical fruit and
choice vegetables may be grown to perfection.



PREPARED ONLY'BY Well Curbing and Chimney Flues
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Cheaper and Better than Brick.

BEARDSLEE' & FAIRLIE*' FOUNDATIONBLOCKSOrnamental

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Florida ,Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.
Chemical Works
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Jacksonville, *" ,FlOrIda' sic.,,. ..,r-A "oloe West FLORIDA STONE AND PIPE COMPANY,
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Residence'and'BusineM Lots at St.Jam..r-CUBlg( PlneJsland),Charlotte" 'Harbor;; I' ; Charleston
also suburban I.. land for Tropical Fruit and Wiuter Gardens., The moat southern port for sea NeWYprk; &flo rSTEAMSHIP i.da :

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The elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sail for CHARLESTON fe NEW.;YORK .

From JACKSONVILLE......... ...:................................Every FRIDAY.-'
From FERNANDINA.......:............... .....Every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY.. -r

.. In connection h FLORIDA RAILWAY: _AND NAVIGATION COMPANY. '
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I SEMINOLE (New).:..................... ....VT-..........,...... ... .FridayMar.25at 5:00 am'
CHEROKEE (New). ........................................... ......Friday, Ai-ril 1,at 9:30am ...
SEMINOLE (New) ...... .... ........ .""' .......f....."'rlday.April M.at 4:00 am.
CHic ROKE; !New)....... ....4....................v..,......!*........ .. Friday, April 15 IfcSuam
SEMINOLE (New) ..... .......................:..:... ;....,.... ....Friday,April?2, at tOOam

From FernBl1diliB.I .

I Every Sunday and Wednesday evening. on the arrival of the Florida Railway and Navigation ;
5J'' Company's trains.
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5 \ 4 -- -- I YEMAHSEE.Sunday,:Mar.27 CITY OF \1'LANT..Wednesday,)[ar.23
DKLAWARE: ...Hunday,April 3 CITY OK COLUMBIA. .WednesdayMar.30
YEMASSEE .................Sunday April 10 CITY OF ATLANTA. .Wednesday,April 6
DELAWARE..... .........Sunday,April CITY OF CULUM HIA...Wednesday,April 13
Steamers are appointed to sail tram Pier 29, E. R.,New York, every TUESDAY .1JiUss.: %.
.,DAY and SATURDAY,at 3 p. m. '
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a The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line an unsurpassed. ,Every atten-
tion will be business entrusted to the Line. Direct all shipments irom New.York
h given .. vis
SAN CARLOS_ ," (Now Open) !St. James City.CHESTER
CLYDE'S FLORIDA LINE,Pier 29,East Klver.
.BALL. Manager... !* For further information apply
St.James Hotel,Jacksonville. .
I Reference It. Campbell CLARENCE WAGNER,Agent, J. A.'LESLIE,Agent,
Delightful surroundings,driving, yachting, Ash,oysters fresh''egetables. Boil adapted t .t'emandh.aiFla./ S Jacksonville FlA. .
Oranges Pino-Apples, Cocoanuts, etc.; Tourists, invalids and sportsmen say it is the mos 86 Bay St.,cor. Hogan. '. f
+ attractive spot In the state. THEO..G. EGER Traffic Manager, WM. P. CLYDE &-CO. bent Agents,
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for St.James Tuesday,
Alice City
steamer Howard leaving
Reached from Punta Oorda by .. '.
Thursday ahd Saturday a.;'m. Address 3> Broadway Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia,:3> Broadway, N..Y.---
r C. A. BOARDMAN, Gen.Manager, ;
J. M. KREAMUR Jacksonville. St.James.Clty, Charlotte.Harbor.
,. ,Pre&, ALTAMONTE NURSERIES, Y J

ORANGES> .LEMONS, :
Pomeffranat Valrico.y Nurseries, 'Guavas, ".,.ry- \.
<'s,'Figs.; Bananas.Pine ': ; '
H. L
: WHEATL'EY'Proprietor. :: ;
Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. *:Apples.AvocadoP'rs. ': 'I

drapes Pears r".." .**" .' >.- -- ** S. ,# Anona, ,, '. ..... '

Pecans, : t., ,(:'.'Ii.' Catalogue Free.. Acacia, ALTAMONTE, ORANGE ,COUNTY, 'FLORIDA.
CM"ntal. ..1 triura,
Plums and M. ...._, W.Seffner.....G.- OUSEY. .,(a'Adlwn.Peralmmon -
Polncl na, & Lemon par., :
Orange : "
'Llt'IB.. '. tc.t tr t' *. T f-Hilhborough! _.t *-ft Co.tr-I 'Flo.V PAL9IM.tEic.ROCKWELL . .. LOQUATS, j C .{ p' ea bums f.
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Successors to Nichols, Rockwtll: 11 k Co.-Wholesale; I I and Retail Figs of Commerce, .New Pomegranates Mulberries,*Nut Trees,Etc..

Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates. Mantels, Paints, ,*
.New Catalogue now.ready. Address as above.' .
Guns Ammunition Etc.
Oils, Saddlery, .
Parties In town or out.-wlll. 'do'well: 'focall or send,'for onr catalogues and prices of any

good".....they- mayneeii'tn; : oUI1 Une.. Prices. lower. than- ever.r .. ', FLORIDA: SAVINGS; EiANiK
38 West Bay Street Jacksonville. Fla.
AND .

SETTLERS AND INVESTORS. ,REAL. ESTATE EXCHANGE. Y t .

t. JACKSONVILLE,, FLA., I,
_______ Has. for..sale. choice.. 'Lot Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows Interest on deposits,Ool-
: lects Rents and'Interest,Negotiates Loins,eta 'UJ. <

SAN PABLO AND DIEGO BEACH COMPANY .,C.,fiRKEI.F.V: .President. n. D... MRR. Treasurer.',*.
Offers Choice Fruit ant Vegetable Lauds near fr'Jn..port.attonJr. Investment.or Cultivation. ,
Certain Market for harm Produce: Attractive"Sites Homes; Railroad and Dally Malls. :
Also Town Lots at.San Pablo and Atlantic City on the nstallment Plan If desired. Address SUNSET ,HILL NURSERIES.: .:,;"
JAS. M.KBBAMEB. President.,over Bank of Jackson vile,or ,W. II. G ANT. upf.,
.. SanPablo_ ,Florida."GLEN Catalogues ,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Onrllst. includes"
the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also, .

ST. MARY NURSERIES! Peaches, Fears, Plums, Grapes,, and other 'Fruits.Our .

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stock Is one of:the largest.. (In the State. Thornless J and- Early ..Fruiting varieties a
A general line of fruit trees adapted to Florida,including the largest stock, of,Peach specialty. .
Trees'to found'In she-State,,Peen-To and.Honey Peaches a' specialty, It.--W.- PI-ETtOlSf' __.- '. .
also several other choice varieties of peaches. My stock of Kel.y'..rap" PI um Trees Indian Springs: ,Orange Co.,'Fla.
consist of 5,000 or upward,all home grown,and buds taken from beAring trees on my place.
15OO Picholiue Olive Trees ((2 to 6 ft. high), bOOOO.Oransje Trees ((3 to 4 yrs.old).
A full supply of LeConte"Keifler and other Pear trees,'Japan Persimmons. Figs, Quinces Deer ,Island Gardens' and Nurseries F
Apricots Nectarines,Japan Medlars Mulberries,English Walnuts, Pecans Almonds JapanChestnuU.jGrapes .
Raspberries, Blackberries, etc. OAKLAND, ORANGE CO..,FtA. + 5 5 : .
examlation stock solicited. free \
Catalogues on application
An "
G. L. TABER Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees,. :Plants'nd' .; .,,
Vines. No Loss in Transplanting. ;
Glen_St. Mary,Fla. Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the'Manager., Address ,p-
4 1 A. E. ',p
CIIAITIPLIN. Avv
4 Co. Oakland,Orange CoMFla.,;. '. "
MANVILLE NURSERY -_ ? -_,_ ,-T --IT-.---i i i i IT- "v ..<(
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Peaches Pears Plums Pecans,and Established '1856. 200 Acres in knit*!Nursery.
Orange, Lemon and !-Lime,Trees : ,
Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs,' Grapes,. Bananas, etc.Descriptive Fruitland Nurseries, Augusta, Ga. ,
The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, pecially adapted to Florida is doubtless the
Catalogue. andPrice, List,of 27,pages sent free. most varied in the United States. ,A special catalogue(No.4)) is published for this branch'J'\
F. 8. CONE, Manager, of our.establishment. In addition .to the usual large variety or fruits such aa Peen-To '
'CR -, Honey and other Chinese Peaches Oriental Pears Japan Persimmons;Eryobothryas Grape;** I
Vines, etc., we have very large stock of Kelsey and new Japan Plums, Japan
Chestnut Melon 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. Catalogues ,
sent free to all applicants. No.3. Hardy fruit trees.Hoses Evergreens. No.2. Greenhouse-:
ORANGE I LEMON AND LIME TREES plants. No.3. wholesale,for nurserymen and.. dealers only.. No.4. Fruits and Ornamentaltrees ,
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suited to Florida. P.J. Berkmans,.Proprietor.-
Peen-TQ and Honey Peaches, KeUfer and LeHonte! Pears ..Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan

Persimmons'Can.... Loquats,.Figs, Grapes,CatUey. Guavas," Strawberries, Pine-Apples. and ,Ba- R.e-v. Z ymaia: Pze1i: ; /'

Tropical Potted Fruit Trees a.Specialty. FLAN FORD. ,FLORIDA.:
Price List free on application E. H. TJSON, :Manager SELLS
Lakeland. ,Pol ft Co.,Fla.
< FORRESTER'S 'CHEMICAL MANURES

ONE MILLION FRUIT TREES I I PBBPABED'roB
Frails and Garden
Oranges Trees and other and Plantation Crops,

1. &, Apple .Laeach,Plum, l'earaQntnce,Fie and'Mulberry Trees.._ Also a large stock of 'I SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOB. ?:EACH CROP.. _-
Peach SeedllngJ,suitable for Rrantn;and' budding stocks, Grape Vines,Raspberry, Straw- Manufacture\ of
used in the these
, perry Plante,eta,for.sale !:WiUqwI e Nursery. 'v No Vermin- eed ng Compounds. Goods

Descriptive.. catalogue and price lUt"mailed free. on application. Address.. The highest grade goods are toe best and cheapest,and these goods meet the,want... Many "
"'" ": r_,*. ,i '? ...: ? t'"r "isSAOTUEI/ H. HUMPH, years tests find'them to be all that Is claimed for them. References can be given,but it U
.. 7 ... '.Mar. _.bftllvilleGs-. ._ ,. .needless where goods- are-,.. !O well-* known., It can be truthfully? ,.. ;.laid that- these- are the- !rtandsrd.
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