The Florida dispatch
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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: May 23, 1887
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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A Journal of Agriculture, Horticulture, Industry Immigration



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PURIFIEDAND Oil Stoves, ..AKDCOMPANY Burners, Chimneys, IN

BEAUTIFIEDBY Silver-ware. Gas Fixtures, Tone, Touch, Workmanship,and Dnrakfllty, -
House, Furnishings, Freezers, Nos.204 and 206 West Baltimore Street,ffnfffaoni"
No. 112 Avenue,New York.
CUTICURA.I Refrigerators fifth
Table Cutlery, .
k Gate City Filters, R. N.fc.LX.IS! ,C.E. A.E..ifCULUBJt,
.I: beautltylt.fctlie skin of children and In- Fire Dogs, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Dinner, Tea and. Arcnlteci
fonts and curing torturing diseases of the Sets': ELLIS & MCCLURE
I Toilet
akin,scalp,and blood,with loss of hair,from Baskets and Wooden-ware I .1 ,
infancy to old age the CUTICDRA REMEDIESare Architects and Civil Engineers
infallible. Particular Attention Paid to Mail Orders. ,
CUTICDRA,the great SKIN CURE,and CUTI- Plans,Specifications Estimates for build:
CURA SOAP,an exquisite Skin Beauttfler,prepared w.T.FORBES. W. P. GIFFORD. C.G.PEARCE. J. B.CHRISTIE, Attorney. ings of all kinds,Sanitary work eta
from it, externally and CUTI CURA RE Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto Block Bay: St.:,
SOLVI NT,the new Blood Purifier, Internally, P.O. Box 785. Jacksonville, Fla.
invariably succeed when all. other remedies W. T. FORBES & CO.
and the best physicians fall. ,
CUTICUBA REMEDIES are absolutely pure,

and blood.the purifiers only infallible,free from skin poisonous beautifiers Ingredients. and- FIortdn a Real Estate Exchange id Law OMcos. This SEVILLE.growing town Is the principal"''station.;

Sold Price CUTICURA roC
everywhere. ;; the J.,T.ft K. W. between Palatka
by the on Ry and
SOAP 25c. RESOLVENT,SI. Prepared .
Sanford 83 miles south of Jack on'\'llle. It Is
Mass. Property Bought and Sold in every County of Florida. on t he high pine ridge on the shores of Lake
,49-Send for How to Cure Skin Diseases." Louise,and surrounded by a fertile and settled -
Capital Invested, Loans Negotiated, Taxes Adjusted and Paid water-works country.and It sewers has a compllet in operation.*system of

R A RY'Q Skin and Scalp preserved and beau- Titles-Examined. Conveyancing, Surveying, etc.
SOAP: Bend for our "Real Estate Bulletin." Contained rubllc and private bath-rooms,
billiard room,etc.J _
W. T. FORBES & Co., Lots and acre property for sale on reasonable .
terms. Settlers and and Investors are re.
Abell Block, 324 West Bay Street, Jacksonville. Fla. .quested to visit the town. Address
Fancy Poultry. 8KVILLE COMPANY Seville Fla.
Mason Yonnsr. President 35'Wa11St., New
BOKCBIE fOUtTRY YARJ1S1 ROCKWELL & KINNE, York. R.H.Mason,Sea A Treas,Seville,Fl ci

P. O. Rex 381 a.
I.- W. W. FENDBICH, Successors.- to Nichols, Rockwell&Co.,Wholesale and Retail HUGHES' TONIC

White and Brown Leghorns, Light Brahman ,
Hardware Stoves House Goods Grates. Mantels Paints
Plymouth Rocks, Langhams, Wyan- Furnishing ,
dottcs and Pekln Ducks. Until further notice Oils, Saddlery, Guns, Ammunition, Etc. SURE AND SAFE REMEDY lOBChi11sFever
,will furnish Eggs from the above vari-
eties at|1 per thirteen;delivered at Express. Parties town or out will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any
goods they may need in our line. Prices lower than ever.

' It,. Mention DHPATOII.Burlington .. 1 38 West Bay Street.: J_ Tillert&-: .
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Through Trains with Dining
Cart, Pullman Palace Sleeping It will Cure the Most Obstinate Cases

SuN connections In Union Offers Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for Investment or Cultivation. FOR SALE DRUGGISTS."
Depots at Its terminal points, Certain Market for Farm Produce; Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Da117.Malls.
1# RouteS&Q I with trains from and to the Also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the J nstallment Plan if desired. Address PREPARED BY ,
fact West North and South. JAS. M.KRKAMEB,President,,over Bank Jacksonville,or W.B. GKANTt8UPt.,
Cheapest, Best and Quickest R. A. ROBINSON & CO..,
Route from Chicago, Peoria
or SL Louis'to LOUISVILLE, KY.
SAN FRANCISCO, MINNEAPOLIS, would advise all who intend setting Fruit Trees of any or:liycinds that the present PENNYROYAL PILLS
OMAHA PORTLAND, ORE. is the best time of all the year. While the sun Is low and ground ,moist and no growth on
KANSAS ST. JOSEPH the trees the chances of success are much better.than set later in the spring. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH."
CITY, *or Catalogue send request to
CITY OF MEXICO, ATCHISON. W. W. HAWKINS a SON, Props.. The Original and Only Gen" In .
for Tickets Rates Maps,Ac..apply to Ticket Agents Lake George,EJ&. !..a11raJI to ADIES Ubfe. Be1rarI.f.A k sm Dvst J---fir
connecting lines, or address eMe "and CUe ro eIIaer._ Iis...
f.POTTER, H.B.STONE, PAUL MORTON, (ICaIDJI!)a .fmtor p.rtleol.n 4tI i.tt.r by retara a.LL

IttV.P.. Q.U. 6.P.AT.A.word. MANVILLE NURSERY Co. NAME PA stIa.. :: -=:;i .,
a Pronouncing Dictionary containing 32,000 .
>lIOpa aaend 1&\.In stamps to Pan! Morton.*'M-- sill bi..........neI7Wlaere. Atk Ibr "CI"'"_
Budded Orange Trees,from one to three years old,for planting during the rainy season. ..'I ZaoIk 'emQ'NJ'al Pm'lab.ao w1w

BELAIR GROVE NURSERY. Orders taken'for all varieties of Fruit and Ornamental Trees,to be delivered the coming j Any one can apfiC
NURSERY STOCK of choice imported varieties ROOFINGS ij ft, Catalogue
of ORAHGB and LEMONS,acclimated and Fall and Winter. "ample*Free I-.ESTABJ
tested at Belair. Also,PXCAU TBXK& Apply -F. 8. CONE, Proprietor, W.H.FAY&CO.Canrden.NJ o
to. Donald Houston Supt.at Belalr,or .

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1C Years Established.WHOLESALE .




166 Reade Street, New York.
Consignments solicited and Returns. made promptly. Stencils and Market Reports furnished -
C1IL 3,000,000 Acres on application.
REFEREsOEs-Chathnm National'Bank,Thurber\Vhyland&;Co. New York City; also,
Banks and established Produce Merchantsot New York Philadelphia Baltimore and Boston.

of the Richest Lands in the State. .


EI _ } Representing all the VARIETIES OF

'" Disston Companies, Budded Orange and Lemon Trees,

Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants. Trees strong and well rooted
ri and especially adapted to ouch Florioa.
; Kissimmee Land Company An inspection Is invited. All inquiries by mall promptly answered. Catalogues sent free
on application. R.D. HOYT, Bay View. Hlllsborontrh Co.. Fla.

ii .- -. ,AND
-.a ---L-I y 1 Well Curbing and Chimney Flues I
' South Florida R R Co's Lands. =
= Cheaper and Better than Brick.

Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts, High and Low Hammocks,first-class Pine Land for FOUNDATIONBLOCKSOrnamental _
Groves,and rich reclaimed lands for garden
range purposes.
,Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.

Address iiI
: Office 52K West Bay Street. Jacksonville,Fla.

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Our new Catalogue of Rare Kxotic: Plants, and general Nursery Stock,is now ready.

TOWN... ; -,. LOTS, .' IN- KISSjMMEE, ". ...,,. WEST- KISSIMMEE AND PINE DALE. Price, 15 cents, Postpaid.',
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.. '. Send forPrice and Description List. BKOS.
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.Refer to this paper. Kissimmee, Orange County, Fla. Haveon handandfor: : sale a large stock of fine

Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Tr eas.

OUR: pw "V" C> :FI. ITIE3: Stocks five and buds one,two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; well
grown and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees,Roses,etc. Send for
descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhere.L. .
Orange Trees and All Kinds of Vegetables.Natural .. .
W.LIPSEY &: CO., Citra, Marion Co.Fla.
food for plant-life Especially adapted'to sandy soils. Anyone wishing obtain
strictly good fertilizer will lind it his interest to try this. It Is not a concentrated E.M.L'ENGLE. W.A.DELL.
chemical fertilizer bu.t a well manufacturedto Organic Compost. The effect permanent.
Price (in Sacks $10.00 per Ton. STATE BANK OF FLORIDA.

Send for Circulars. I have no.agents. Address Safe Deposit SaTe.
Crescent Ci ty,Fla Open Daily (Sundays and Legal' Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Safe Deposit hours 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.

EtarJ AnLISHED 1W75. Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per..Year.
N. BAKER, Cashier. IIENRY A. L'ENGLE, Manager.
ANDFERTILIZERS Pomejtranatts Valrico Nurseries Guavas,
,Figs, Bananas,
; U rapes, Avocado P'rs,
': WILI.1IAMI: : : :: : A. :BOTTR: 3, Pecans Pears. Catalogue-Free. Anona Acacia,,

(Successor to J. E. Hart,) Oriental 1-eriurn,
20'Wet Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Plums and W. G. TOUSEY, Caadlum.Persimmons : ,
handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free on Hillsborough Co. Fla. Poinci na,
application. Also,:Wholesale Dealer In LIMEY, Etc. Seffher, PALMS: Etc.

Hay Corn ,Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat

GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS, COTTON SEED MEAL, Etc. 69 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,


E. & Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers Periodicals
J.; Tygert Books, Stationery, Newspapers, and

Guaranteed. L Analysis. Music, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods,

Comprising ORANGE pr'TREE and VEGETABLE Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door -

1IURIATE OF POTASH, J SULPHATE POTASH, Harconrt's Fla. Fruits and.How to Raise Them. New Ed. Revised, Enlarged -

NITRATE SODA, p \ 'KAINIT, 'ETc. Orange and fully Culture Illustrated.,Rev. Cloth..i1.2Moores '1.00

Prices on application. J July 27 tf Oemler's Truck Farming In the 1.50
Whltner's Gardening In 1-50
McClellan'e Digest Laws. of .- 4.00

PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS' I have all the Maps,Books,etc.,on Florida that.are published. Complete lists on applica
tion. Legal Blanks of every description.Braidentown .


)Inaugurators'of theVenUlated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida(without ice).
Attorney Law, Real Estate,Agent and Justice of the Peace,
Jteferenee_ : Our'Acc't Sales and check Saturday,for every shipment closed out that week.
Braidentown, Manatee Co., Fla.

Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate on commission. Eighteen years'residence in
FRUIT TREES practicing.Attorney,and as County Judge for a number of years,I have had occasion to
become familiar with many titles and the County Records. Having been continuously:engaged .
ADAPTED,TO THE'CLIMATE OF FLORIDA INCLUDING ,all these years,In the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable product*
.. ', 7 Qranae an.C1 'Lemon: of this semitropical section gives me advantages In the selection of the various qualities of
: lands suitable. Maps and Abstracts furnished Titles_ examined_and Deeds executed. Information
,In variety,other'atroa-Frtttte/leConte. 'find.KelfferPear y Japan. Plums,Japan Per 1m. furnished. Correspondence solicited. '---
f Woes, F fs,Quavas,Grapes,etA Non.=Braidentown is situated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,about
thirty-five miles south of Tampa. -Has daily service by the elegant steamer:.Margaret. ,AdJacent
PEEfi-TO, ,'anaHONEYEAQHES! A SPECIALTY. are the lovely Terra Cela, Sarasota and Palma Sola Bays teeming with all kinds offish
,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building sites in
'A. iH. ;M&-OTIjiriB! : &, ;'CX: >.., the world, with thousands of acres of hammock.and pine lands,where. tropical fruit and

,> .Lakeland, Polk'County, Fla., and Drayton Island, Putnam County., Fla. choice vegetables may be grown to perfection.
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The I Springs says : rience does not enable me to satis- pigs, and yellow dogs. Just here
Orange Qrove, 'I have been waiting some time to factorally answer the question. Will another is suggested by Mr. Patter-
see something in reply to your inquiry some one with better knowledge do so son's system, which is, "How: to ,feed
Nor the FLORIDA DISPATCH. about the "Drake" ,or "Star Orange." and give facts ? the orange tree." Richard Roe and John
I for one cannot agree with mv friend What constitutes good culture'? I :Smith) only fed about twice per year
DUROL Mr. Phelps, that it is the DuRoi. It am even puzzled to answer this. Dick aid notwithstanding they cultivated,
certainly has very different foliage Roe says it is clean culture. NeighborJohn yet their trees do not yield as abund-
Is it Always Ribbed? Is it Iden- from any DuRoi that I ever saw. The Smith says, only) partially cleanis antly as Patterson's. The farmer who
tical With the Drake Star ? leaves are somewhat crimped, and the plan. But Bill Pate son says : would dump manure m piles! over his
The Maltese Oval. are of a lighter color than any other "I don't cultivate at all. In my groveI fields exposed to the sun, rain, wind
We have fruited the DuRoi four orange that I know of.: I can usually keep my pigs, chickens: calves, and and dews, would be considered a fit
e years and have never seen a specimenthat tell them, when they get good size from other stock' sometimes. In one corner I subject for the asylum. Yet Bill Pat-
did not bear the ribbed any other variety, a quarter of a mile of the grove, and what is the poorest terson does it and gets marvelous re-
distinctly I away. They are of rapid growth part of the soil, I have a t* nant house, i sults. Looking into facts we concludeas
appearance, characteristic of the : colored and wife 'I the is .
making an umbrella shaped top. occupied by a man orange tree ninety per cent.
variety. We were therefore somewhat :I He continues : "In regard to the with the usual number of about a dozen'' moisture leaving only ten pw cent.
surprised when both E. H. Hart and i' Maltese Oval orange,' will say with bahes. They keep their chickens,yel of ash element to be supplied from
Lyman Phelps asserted that the Mr. Hart and Mr. Phelps, have fruited low dogs and a piney woods rooter or i some source, it naturally follows thatit
ribbed it for years, but never saw it streaked, two also, and notwithstanding this does not need much at any one
appearance was by no means or dotted with blood in the least: de part of the grove is the poorest of my time, but feed it little and often. We
constant. We subjoin the opinion of gree." soil, I challenge the world to excel it. have closely watched orange trees
two well]] known orange growers on -.. .-..-- I have not put a plow or hoe to the about residences and the quality of
this point, growers who have long For the FLORIDA DISPATCH : soil in several years and I get good soil. Our observation shows that'the .

the same DuRoi i strain with GROVE TREATMENT.. .ON. PINE annual crops." finest orange trees are found on sandy
grown SOILS. From these three experiences we soils with perfect drainage, and in
which we have been familiar. Their I ought to be able to learn something. many instances such soils are poor ;in
testimony!) would seem to point ,o the The Best Mode of Cultivating and I have watched them closely, and conclude the extreme, so.much so that. without
conclusion that there are two varieties Fertilizing-The Orange that either plan is good, if favor- the aid of manure and good culture,
grown under their name in this State. Spring Region.I able conditions surround each. thty would hardly sprout cow peas,
Chas. W. Hawkins, of W. W. Haw promised, in a communicationwhich The past year we cultivated exclu- yet the orange tree grows to perfectionon .
you kindly published in three sively with the sulky harrow. The such soils when they enjoy the ben-
kins & Sons, Like George, says : efit of culture.I .
numbers of your DISPATCH last fall, plan pursued produced only partially yard
"I never saw :a DuRoi orange tree to give to the public some experi- clean culture The grasses were kept will mention that our location is
bear oranges without the distinctive ments in the cultivation of orange down, but weeds were allowed to growto the once noted resort, Orange Spring,
marks, and we have perhaps twenty groves? after coming into bearing on some extent. After winter set in so noted in anti-bellum days, and
trees that have borne heavy crops for pine lands. .I then stated that, with we continued to run the harrow, pleasantly remembered by visitors of
five or six years. The fruit on some sixteen years' experience, I was somewhat which dragged and broke up many of those days.It .
of them is not as plainly marked, as on at sea without a compass, as conflicting the weeds. In January we broke up was one of the popular resorts
others. Sometimes- we' find a tree of easons, such as drouths, cold broadcast with the turning plow, let-.. before the war, and a place of large
this varietyall the oranges on whichare snaps, extraordinary yield of fruit, all ting it run some four to five inches commercial business and banking
: very plainly marked and otherson showed some ill effects ; that I had deep ; instructed the plowmen to facilities.
which the, oranges will all be faint entertained ideas that it would be break up all roots within that depth, The site is one of the handsomest,in
ly marked. But, if there ever shouldbe possible to pursue a policy in culture and in finishing each land or space the State. Noted for its elevated dry .
one without the ribs, I should.! call where proper soils had been between orange rows to run twice in soils, pure free stone well and spring
it. the exception that proves the rule. selected, to successfully combat these the same or water furrow.In waters, and one of the finest t ulphur
We prize our oranges of this variety three difficulties encountered by the I the old and thickly planted por- springs to be found in the world:
highly. They are medium size, nearly) orange grower. In agriculture, where I tions of the grove, the turned soil looks The soil is steel gray color, and fineas
round, thin skinned fine grained, very proper methods are followed, the only' like turf soil, so completely matted flour, possessing most wonderful
juicy, and with a rich vinous flavor. chance for failure is from casualties, were the feeders. The plan is con- and remarkable recuperative powers.It .
They are at their best with us in February such as storms or insects. Droughtsthat demned by many as suicidal. Up to naturally posseses latent fertilizersor
and ninety-nine out. of everyone visit our Southern latitudes are four years ago we used the plow exclusively qualities, and when systematic or
hundred will show the rib marks in culture. Our results
never of sufficient extent to produce intensive farming rules are followed,
' plainly." entire failures, when horough culture then were almost marvelous but the most wonderful results,follow. As an
+4 W. F. ,Reed, of Drayton Island, has been adopted. Short crops often trees were only coming into bearing, illustration ,of these facts, I will state
i says : occur, but entire failures only occur and crops, such as cotton, corn, pota-. that Mr. I. I. Hall housed from one
"I have a number of DuRoi treeson to those who only partially' and imper toes and vegetables, were raised among and three-fourths acres, 750 bushels of
my place now in bearing which I fectly cultivate. the trees. : measured potatoes and on two acres
budded several The ribs \Ve note these facts : That certain We expected the system, that is the :eighty-seven bushels of corn. He has
are prominent years in every ago. instance. trees are never injured by cold snaps, deep plowing, to produce. an extra tin orange, tree that will yield this year
There are a good many trees of this while others are. There are reasons yield of blooms, but find only a mod : from 8,000 to 10,000 oranges.
variety both on Drayton Island and why this is so. Sometimes shade pro- erate amount of blooms, with the most |I The locality is noted for its beauti- .
Lake George. This orange being one tection is the prime cause. We can abundant growth of wood. Three ful lakes midst the majestic pines.
of the best, both as regards quality, readily comprehend) the reasons why, years ago when we began the use of Often these lakes are free from grasses,
prolificness, hardiness and solidity late under these circumstances, it is s'). In the }harrow and partially laid aside weeds or lilies, and their crystal .
in season. I have budded quite a all groves there are trees of less thrift the plow, a severe drought occurred, I waters reflect the stately pine shading
number of trees for( other with this than others. It is a noted fact that then followed the cold winter and II i their very shores. Some of the finest
variety, some of which are now in cold snaps effect these more than short crops. As before noted, not- groves are now coming into bearing
bearing, and have yet to find a bud those of better thrift. Often in groves withstanding the drought and the I and the surrounding country is noted
that does not produce fruit plainly where culture and fertilization has freeze, many trees yielded fine crops. i for its thrifty farms and growing prosperity -
marked with the longitudal "ribs." been exactly the same the fact is We think it is possible to pursue a ; which has gradually been undergoing -
In fact this mark is the main charac noted that some are injured more plan of culture that can overcome ina I: development for the ]last fouryears.
others. I have that the these troubles : .. the noted is
teristic that determines for us the fact than thought. great measure just as Among groves
that the orange is a "DuRoi," with thrift and vitality of the uninjuredtrees the successful farmer doe, for( we have i Luckenough grove, whose fruit is now
,the "ribs" absent, we should be in was the cause. Now the ques known a few who never failed how- :as well established as the famous Indian -
doubt unless we were positive as tion arises can we produce a plan that ever severe the drought may be. Mr. i River fruit, but possessing the
very : will this trouble. I have Patterson's have merit of far better .
to the setting of the buds. overcome system seems to met I having keeping
thought that good culture and fertilization with general good results. Let us i qualities, growing on pine soils. We
Referring to Mr. Phelps' opinion will accomplish it. But what is look into it. He neither cultivatednor : have heretofore been neglected by the
that the Drake or Star is identical with good culture and fertilization ? I fertilized. He fed his trees everyday ; various railway lines. Late develop-
the DuRoi, R. .W. Pierce, of Indian must confess my sixteen years' expe by means of the babies, chickens, ments show flattering encouragement


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for u road in the near future. Our himself, Vinifera will ripen its fruit, that standard variety. The Brighton r'I For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
heretofore neglected soils, beautiful if free from the insect. The prospectis being a hybrid between the Concord Vinifera and Anthracnose.i .
sulphur! spring and other attractions very encouraging for those who and the Diana-Hamburg probably.i a personal letter to us, Prof. E.
will come into n< te at once, if our have tried again this class of grapesin owes its superior quality to its foreign 1!! M. Dubois gives his experience with
citizens are only true to their interest. spite of the well.known one thousand blood Mv one bearing vine of this '
Our generous soils, healthy location, and more failures. Why did those I variety has now, :May- 2, made six !i I Vinifera grapes as follows :
beautiful lake fronts, interesting country very intelligent gentlemen never resort I canes ranging from three to six feet |i I planted in my vineyard in 1883,
and lovely sites, for winter homes to grafting ? Or how would it do I each in length. My four bearing Concords tho following varieties of V. Vinefera,
will no longer be idle. The prospects if Mr. White would graft his Concord I / have from three to six canes i rece'ved from France and California :
of rail connection( with the outside m his Delaware for Phylloxera pro- I each that range from+ three to six feet in I Chasselas Rose, Chas:lfls deFontaine-
world has already shown itself.: Several duction ? Different localities, different length. One large Delaware has nine I bleu, German Muscatel, Muscat de
prominent parties with large rules, I suppose. Fruit of my canes, one of them over seven feet I Frontignau. Black :Malvoisia, Queen
means,.are making inquiries and to Vinifera from grafted vines as \\ell us lun! j and the. others from three to five. Victoria, Rose of Peru, Trosseau,'reinI -
those who are inclined to invest or to from vines on their own roots haves These are all new growth of this sea- I turier, Cab nift Seuvijjnou, Carnienere -
make Florida their homes, fewer ld for the last four years f for< from s nand do not include an inch of old I Alalbee, iMerlot, Folle Blanche,
places offer better inducementsA. twenty-five to fifty cents; a pound. In i WI"+ (1.In Zinfandel J, Reisliug,Muscat of Alexandria -
L. C. Jacksonville Marx Bros., netted I February I et out over three I Malaga: Flam Tokay, etc.
Orange Spring, Fla., April 23,1887.Vineyard thirty cents. Such prices would hardly hundred one-year-old grape vines ou I All these vines grew luxuriantly the
have been realized it the fruit was half new pine land, which to this day hasn first two years;, mildewing only a little
ripe as Mr. White imagines, and I am .it received an ounce of fertilizer. the second year. The third spring
quite sure that among the many vines Among them were something over several vines f foiled to grow, the wood
1 have bought all over the land, the I: one hundred Delawares: over fifty ot which I had found sound at the l
Phylloxera was introduced several !. Brightons and from one to twenty pruning time. I dug them and could
For the FLORIDA DIHPATCH: times, but I have found n,i signs of vines each of over forty other val' not discover any trace of :Phylloxera
"" VINIFERA AND. PHYLLOXERA, I that insect's ravages.To eties. The vine that has made the part of the roots++ were decayed and
be on the safe side in regard to I: longest cane is a Hartford Prolific, part still alive, which explained how
Reply to "Grape Talk1' No. H of of them from the
Vinefera, and principally for reason and it measures a little over two some sprout ground
April 25th. ot their growth, grafted vines are ad- feet. Many of the Bri hton vines later in the season. I dug at different
Merritt's Island seems to be a favor visable and it will be found, if paper have two and sometimes three canes times some o4, the vines close to' the
ite spot for Rogers' Hybrids, but a bags are used, more satisfactory to I that are from ten to tifteen inches l l'ng. dead ones but no Phylloxera in any
rather sorrowful locality for other grow a fine bunch of Hamburg than a his is not a very great length, but it of its stages was noticeable. It was
kinds. Mr. White :is not correct in vine full of Rogers' berries i shall must be remembered that the vines only in the early spring of the fourth .
stating that V. Labrusoa has not much Lot dispute Mr. White's suggestion, are only one year old from the cutting year that I found out that what I had
resisting power to Phylloxera; at that appetite guides novices in their were moved in February, have not supposed to be downy mildew afflict-
,least such varieties as are usually selection of varieties. Undoubtedlysuch yet received any fertilizer and have ing all my European varieties and aho
planted, and he has reference to Ives, has been his own experience, but only had about two months to grow. most of Arnold's hybrid, was anthracnose -
Concord, Perkins, Victor, Championand he ought to know that Hamburg th As they will continue to grow for over commonly called "Dry rot" But
others, have, on the contrary, Chasselas family and Tokay, are all six months, if they do no better in contrary to what is reported about this
great resisting power. Concord so good, as are those of V. Vinefera m' st proportion, they will have two and malady, that it prevails in wet seasonsit
much, that it has been sent as grafting likely to succeed in open air. three canes from three to five feet generally attacks our vines dur-
stock to France and is recommended If Mr. White will give the V. Vini i- long, but they are sure to do very ing droughts. Among the above men-
for such purpose here. In fact all feet a trial, and graft some on his much better each month as they be- tioned varieties we fruited only a tew,
purely American vines resist, some Rogers, Massasoit for instance; called come more thoroughly established in and by using paper bags, obtainedsome
Hybrids and V. Vinifera succumb. "Rogers' Bronze," by Peter Hender the eoil and the rocs reach out fartherin sound and fine bunches, while all .
Over a hundred of these Inbrusea are son, I will, with pleasure, provide him search of food. This is sufficientto those left unprotected rotted badly l or
bearing on my place, Diana in: with some'suitable gratis, and I am show that, in my soil at least, the dried up before ripening. My Flam
cluded. Contrary to,llr.Vhit 's experience satisfied he will in time report more Labrusca varieties will grow, and that Tokay, Rose of Peru, Muscat of Alex-
here I and on many other favorable and have a sirable improvement they will many of them prove to be andria and Malaga are all dead before
places I know of, the principal trouble on his Rogers.H. profitable I feel equally sur having set any fruit.
with' them is that they grow rather too VON LUTTICHAU. The "foundation of suitable varie European varieties grafted on) wild
much ; if quality were better, we Lake Santa Fe, Waldo. ., Fla., :May 8, 1887. ties" is much broader than is generally Estivalis and Riparda do not seem to
need not l look for any other kinds. I --- supposed. There is good reason to do much better than those on their
did not plant any more of them be ; : believe that nearly all the known varieties own roots ; they suffer just as much
1 did not like to eat them Varieties for Florida. from anthracnose and rot.
'cause preferred may be grown in some par: of
Hamburg for that, as Mr. Mr. White's second grape talk Florida, though owing to various The Professor declares that those
White correctly supposes. Perhapshe shows conclusively that there are ex- causes many of them may not proveto who undertake to grow the Vineferafor
would! show the same taste if Hamburg ceptions to all rules. If he were not be profitable.As profit will be disappointed and dis
would grow on Merritt's Island. so well known'as a careful and accu- to varieties of Vitis vinifera f we ,
Mr. White informs us that the Phyl rate observer, I should think that he should not be deterred from testing gusted. He has thirty-two acres in -
loxera is an enemy to the grape ; that was cultivating some other variety these grapes by fear of the phylloxera.The vines and is planting two hundred ..'
is nothing new; that the Phylloxerais under the name of Delaware. It is I reason that they cannot be grownat acres more. After trying almost every -
just as destructive in Florida as any an unheard of thing f r the Delawareto the North, in the open air, is because known variety, he says : f'
else is that the be reported Totti",, While liv-
where perhaps so ; as the climatic conditions are un We shall confine ourselves to the
Labrusca outside of this in Northern Indiana when the
resisting ing favorable. Should farther experiment following varieties : Cyuthiana, Nor-
State gets killed in Florida, that is Concords, Hartfords, and all of Rogere I I prove that our climate is suitable for ton, Oporto, Delaware, Elvira, Missouri
certainly something new ; but nevertheless Hybrids rotted so badly that their the growth of these varieties, but that and Riesling, (especially the two
he.has the Delaware in bear. cultivation( abandoned
; was as unprofitable they will be in danger of destructionfrom former).
ing, a variety that would, if at all, I never knew of a rotten grape phylloxera, it will be necessaryfor -. v_ --' -
succumb much quicker than any of among the Delawares. It does not us to follow the example of the HYBRIDIZING THE GRAPE.
Labrusca. So far I have not thrive and xometimes mildews
the : always rape growers over large districts of -
seen the Phylloxera, and it seems to but so far as I know it has not before Europe. They have renewed their The Artificial Method of ProducingNew
me the insect has had already plentyof been accused of rottine. As to qual- vineyards, on the same grounds where Varieties.
time-to make'away with the many ity it has always been acknowledgedto they were destr eyed by this insect; by
fine vineyards allover the tate. Per- be the best American variety ; ot simply grafting the varieties, that they Through the courtesy of the Florida
haps it has not found them out yet, as course there are differences of taste, wish to cultivate, upon the roots of Farmer and Fruit Grower, we repro-
Mr. White suggests: But the fact remains and what would be considered first- phylloxera proof American varie- duce the following article contributedto
the same, the insect does not class by one would be put down as ties. By means of this simple
I that journal by J. C. Neel, M. D.,
thrive in sandy soil in other parts of second or third rate by another.I they are having good success in the
the world. There are sandy tracts have known people to say that' they I very districts that have been most !: of Arcner :
(like Florida soil) in southern France liked the Concord better than the I severely ravaged by this most destructive -I Secure ripened stamens, remove the
where the vines are flourishing in the Delaware, because the latter was too 1 enemy of the grape vine. It I hoods from the flowers of the "mother"
midst of infested vineyards. But this sweet. In quality the Brighton is would not he.much to our credit, if we I grape, cut out the anthers, touch the
danger, if danger it be, is easily overcome very nearly equal to the Delaware, could not do as well. I tops of the stigmas with the pollen
by grafting the Vinifera on resisting by some good judges it has been pronounced W. C. STEELE. 'I from the selected stamens, cover the
stock, and as Mr. White says superior in some respects to Switzerland, Fla., May 2. 'I' bunch with a paper bag, and thejN

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thing is done So it is in theory, but Such, in detail, is the morfu oper- i it pense. Perhaps!, artesian wells might tlu-n uncouple the hose from hydrant
the practice is something els-e.] t midi of this important method of i producing yield a sufficient supply, but everyman I No. 1, and connect it with hydrant
The intending propagator of new new varieties of grapes. There can't have such a luxury. No. li, and move on as before, and( :*>)
grapes learns,by tiresome experiments, remains to carefully save the seeds, I There are two methods of irrigation on to the last hydrant. Here use the t
\\\wi\, the flowers are not always ready, plant, and in about four year you knovai respectively HO surface and last hyirant as a pivot and swing the
that' often a few hours will find all the I I will know and reap the reward. tub xvrfac:, or simply sub irrigation. perf rated carriage around it; then
'hoonV1 none, and every. stigma self- We need hybrids; adapted to our I There are difficulties in the way "t>t tboth. proceed back to the other side of the
t fertilized( ruining 'prospects' for climate.Ye want Scuppernongs The common method of sur tank. In this way you thoroughlywater
thAt season. I with Hamburg flavor, ripening in face irrigation by means of a hose discharging a strip of gn nd 100 feet wide.
In the sketches taken from recent July and November, or a Herberaont its water at the extremity i is Other supply; pipes may be laid, and
bloon, s.I endeavor to show the varied Scuppernong hybrid, or a Chasselas too slow and tedious to apply successfully thus a field however large, may he
Scuppernong. In this case the pollen to a large area. A mere sprink- watered.MR. .
of the earlier 1 blooms could be kept ling will not answer ; the land must HURST'S PLAN OF SUB-IRRIGA-
I I II I\ several weeks in a paper box for u eon have a soaking. One method proposed TION.
the Scuppernong fl wers. is to direct a stream of water in This i is a plan both of irrigation and
I hope this may lead some poor trenches between the rows of vegetables drainage, and is applicable the mar-
1t stKigglii'j g brother" along in the path or to lay perforated woo den gins of 1-ikes. sinks and ponds, the
leading to success.Irrigation.. troughs between the rows and supply outlets of which can be controlled so
3 them with water. Perforated iron
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pipes may be used in the same: way. than about a foot-say six -inches
6 I The name Abjection. applies to all above to six inches below the bottom

___ N,,,_ ,_ __ __',__,_ n, ____-_____----- these-the immense amount distribution of water of of the drain ditch. There are large:
required. The proper 1 b cliPs) of such land in the State that
1 For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: the I supply is another difficulty ; and
can be treated in this manner at moderate
Some Experiments in Irrigation. still another- -, is-the obstruction- of. the.,. c< st. Mr. Hurst has preparedabout
Florida is now in a transition stage, proper cultivation of the ground. It j an acre at a cost of about fifty
I'd'.. a transition from the one crop periodto would he almost impossible to work dollars-not including the first clear-
2 4 that of diversified production. '1 he the land properly, either with hoe or ing of the land. I will describe
; ORAPK FLOWKUS. (Magnified.) spirit of inquiry after the )best methods I cultivate. The other day I paid a briefly what he has done. He has
,<, u,Corolla,or"hood." visit to the farm of Mr. J R. Hurst,
before active w excavated number of ditches
b, Author. was never so as n I a say
c, Stigma. in direction I situated about a mile south of Lake six nine feet
People are reaching c ut every 150 feet long, from to
forms the grape flower assumes. No. to obtain the best varieties of Helen, where, in a little more than a wide (the width depending upon the
1 is the immature bud ; the hood is fruits, grains, grasses, and vegetablts, year, a neat house has been erected, a amount of soil required,) and three to
firmly attached to the stem below the and to ascertain how they should be beautiful close shaven lawn made, and four feet deep. The earth is thrownup
insertion of the stamens cultivated to produce the best results many other changes effected which addto between the ditches (care being
No. 2 is ripe and ready for hybrid We have in the trite phraseology of the beauty, comfort, and profit of taken that the rich surface soil be
izing. The hood is loosening, and has the day, "a wonderful I cliihate," and a the place. Sir. Hurst is one ot the thrown on the top)) to form a serifs of
changed to a light-brownish green.It soil which, if not so rich in vegetable many Northern immigrants who are lands or beds, which are then leveledoff
easily removed,and soon the top i mould and some other desirabl-) applying intelligent business methods! and prepared for planting. One
of the stigma becomes moist. If pol ments as the Western prairies re- and strong common sense to the culti- of the canals or ditches is connected
len is dueled over this moisture it is sponds readily to cultivation and is vation of Florida soil, and I was so with a drain which carries off any sur
retained and absorbed within three capable of producing truly wonderful much interested in some experimentshe plus water that may accumulate intoa
days ; the fruit sets, the moisture did results. But there are certain drawbacks is making in irrigation, that I lake and a.l the ditches are connec-
uppe rs. If pollen be not applied and limitations, as in every asked and obtained permission to give ted by wooden conduits so that the
within this time the fruit blasts.In country. As in California and many them to the public. If they do not water will always be at the same heightin
No. 3 the "hood" is removed so other places, one of the chief difficul- sOlve the problem they will certainlybe all. The beds stand about two feet
the stamens are released and are shedding ties is the regulation! of the moisture. valuable in the way of suggestion. above the surface of the water, and
pollen. It is rare that hybridization Sometimes we have too much and MR. HURST'S METHOD OF SURFACE are therefore, thoroughly subirrigated. -
can be effected in this case, and sometimes too little. The former( condition IRRIGATION. They are also thoroughly
in No. 4: it would be no use trying. I may be easily overcome by First, I call attention to his method drained. A bed is also prepared
One needs for this delicate performance ditching, and much remains to be of surface irrigation, which he has about twenty feet wide all around the
a small pair of curved dissecting done in this direction. There are mil- tested on a small scale with excellent garden, and the boundary will be
scissors, ,fine forceps, a good pocket lions of acres of what we call "flat results. It is this : Provide a large planted with some sort of ornamental
magnifier, a fine canels-hair brush, a woods" that are now lying neglectedand tank placed at 'a sufficient height to plants or trees, such as bananas, clean-
little pill-box or shallow bottle anda regarded as of little worth, which give sufficient hetd-say twentyfiveto ders, etc. It is Mr. Hurst's intention
big stock of patience.The may at slight expense be made Won- forty feet, to be filled by means of also to endeavor to utilize his minia-
best time is after the dew is derfully productive. We have thousands !- a windmill, horse power, or engine. ture canals by converting them into
' dry in the morning. hen get a supply of acres of such lands)!! right herein From this run an iron pipe one quarterto fish ponds. He will endeavor to get a
4 '' of ripened anthers from the vine Volusia county which !may he one half inches in diameter, throughthe supply of carp to stock them with.
t whose good qualities you wish to pre drained into our lakes and creeks and field or garden, with hydrants as By this method Mr. Hurst expectsto
serve, remembering that, as a rule, thee made a very garden of fertility. follows : One fifty foot from tank have vegetables all the year round.
, female will transmit the vigor of Everybody knows this, and yet few another at a distance of one hundredfeet He has a garden thoroughly but not
growth to the ensuing vine, the male avail themselves of the advantage from the first, and so on. placingone too abundantly supplied with moisture -
the flavor and time ripening to the thus afforded. They prefer to settleon at the end of the pipe. These ; and the open water will temperthe
fruit. Find a bunch of buds and high pine land where they are per- hydrants are provided with nozzles f.r neat of summer and the cold of
blooms, cut away all bloom like 1. 3 petually confronted with the dangers ,. one-inch hose. Now take a piece of winter ; so that it seems to me that the
and 4.Vith the fbrceps gently catch of drouth, and where the necessary one inch pipe twenty-five to fifty feet conditions are favorable for overcom-
the "hoods" of those like No. 42 at the humus can be supplied only at great in length, closed at one end and with ing some of our principal difficulties,
bottom and remove them carefully, ex pease. hose attachment at the other, and per and obtaining successful results.
then rapidly cut off the ant hers. With But I propose to consider more fully rated with some six or eight three- There is nothing visionary or speculative ] -
your magnifier watch for( the "drop of the second condition mentioned above, thirty-two-inch holes to the inch. about the plan ; it is simply plain
(dew" on the tops of the stigmas, and that of deficiency of moisture ; in As the iron is soft, these holes can be common sense applied to agriculture ;
as soon as seen apply the pollen dust, other words the problem of irrigation.Mr. easily made with an ordinary drill. !. and I trust that the experiment will
either by touching an open anther to Cole thinks he has the key to the Now put upon this pipe,from two to. commend itself to others who have
the stigma, or covering it with pollt-u:: problem, and by means of it-that is i four wheels, as may be necessary, mak land to which it is applicable.]
with the camels-hair pencil.! Use the by means of his method of sub- ing the pipe serve as an axle. Placeit J. WILLIS WESTLAKE.Lake .
magnifier to see if pollen granules are irrigation-he thinks "Florida may l he right angles to the supply pile, the Helen Fla.,.fay. 14, ]1887.
visible in quantity on the stigma made the garden of the world." But open end being at or near the tank. where laud is
The extra yield irrigated -
Cover the bunch with a little paper Mr. Cole is an enthusiast, almost, per- Now, connect it with hydrant num- than the of
sack. In a day remove the sack and, haps, a monomaniac on his pet plan. ber one, by means of a one-inch more pays expense
see if the stigmas still "glisten";; if It seems to me inapplicable our soil, I hose fifty feet long, then turnon irrigating.
they do apply more }pollen.) The: because, first, it i H too expensive, and the water, and move this perforated Farming in a country where the
fourth day take away the sacks!! mark secondly, our soil is too porous, anda f tubes ,along in the direction people have to irrigate, pays better
the impregnated bunches' and keej a_ I sufficient quantity cannot be obtained of.the supply pipe and at right anglesto than where it is not considered; negessary. -
careful record. without disproportionate ex- it, so far as the hose will permit, .

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The' charge, it is on pine land three and its fruit mostly on the ends of,the tion now and then gives improved
Orchard. four years planted ; last season he branches, he had cut off all the fruit varieties in these aa in other fruits.
gathered four boxes' of oranges from it, spurs, except one little one that had Cross-ferilization is best carried on
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: the trees are simply perfection ; and escaped, and on it was a fine apple] ; by growing the plants in pots in a
POMOLOGHOAL NOTES. this off year most of them are now seen there I found another Kelsey] plum one frame protected by glass or, perhaps
full of oranges, and again I found a year planted, not over four feet high, better in this country, by fine mosquito -
A Tour of Inspection through Or- great, big point in Pomology. The with three perfect fruits. netting, as then they are more
ange County.I trees are well supplied with food and Well we are home to-night, pretty easily protected from the influence of .
am just in from a short trip they never have any quarrel or fight tired, hut well pleastd] with our trip, foreign pollen. The seed can be sep-
hunting for Kelsey] plum and peach. with the "tree pruner," they are never and! next winter we will plant more arated from the pulp by paring it off
For Borne reason the Kelsey droppedall touched with saw and shears. I could Kelsey s, some of the early apples, as thinly as possible and then rubbing -
its bloom here in the south part of mention two other groveR a little] farther and adozen Bartlett pearson quinces, it in dry, clean sand, or in a fine,
the county, while farther north in the on that their owners live there for if I only get five of that best, of clean cloth, to separate it.
county are trees at different points, and as I am often by them can see all pears to the tree each season, I can The seed can be preserved in a small
fruiting finely. I guess they were they are very anxious to get them early afford the little ground that the dwarf bottle, securely corked, till, say, the
some later in sending out bloom, and in bearing, and big for more labor is shrub will take.I latter end of September, or early in
that freeze in January did not catch expended: on them each season; wagon forgot to remark that I don't see October, when it slould: be sown in
them as it seemed to here. loads of brush are hauled off the grove where >o many peaches are b-'ing: well-drained, shallow boxes, or in beds
At Captain Erwin's place in Zell- every spring. The trees are one year grown as some are writing about in the of mist., sandy soil, and protected I
wood is a tree planted in January, older than the bearing young grove papers, and I am trying to hunt them from the extreme heat of the sun-
1886, that now is holding thirty fine before mentioned, and nothalf] as large up, but I don't find any to amount to from 10 a. m. till 4 p. m.-by a covering -
fruits, are as large as hens eggs, theyare and again I am at a loss to know why anything, except on Peen-to and some of sacking stretched on a frame
very promising surely. people cannot learn that an orange tree on the old Florida peach, (it is of the and raised a foot or two above the
The Captain is doing a deal in is constituted with certain "inalienable old Spanish strain, not a Pf rsiau), but beds ; this covering will also be useful
beautifying a home, and only here in rights" that man shall not tamper I don't believe were I to offer $100 fir t'1' protect the seed and young plants
Florida do we find such beautiful with.But a peck of peaches) grown on any tree roni heavy rains which would other
home spots as his ; here on pretty little I have ]lost the road, got off on of any age outside of the Peen-to and wise wash them out of the ground. As
lake Madjora, nestled as it is among :. the orange trail, but this is such a Spanish strain; families, that J would soon as they are large enough to handle -
the pine hills, nothing seeming in nature country tor cross roads it is of en difficult : find any one in Orange county that the young plants should be prickedout
more handsome than this ; on top traveling.At could deliver the goods. into beds of light, rich earth and
of the hill is the house and grounds, Sorento, I called on that genial ; OSCEOLA. of course well watered, if the weather
the land gently sloping to the water's old gentleman Mr. Wadlock, and 'should he dry.
edge, a windmill forcing the water at the mention of his Kelsey trees thatI PRUNING THE PEACH. Treated in this way the young
into a tank on the hill, from which it had seen before, a pleasant smile and plants should come into bearing in
is carried in all directions for the a "go right out to pee them,"' is the The Cause of Shy Bearing Un ex- fifteen months from the seed. sowed
thirsty plants. answer ; two trees planted a year ago plained.Mr a 1 quantity of imported seed last September -
He'has some half an acre of ground last winter, they may be an inch in Wheatley, in the DISPATCH of and October, which has pro '
planted in peaches, a chicken yard is diameter, one of them with five per- May 9th; attempts to tell why my Peen- duced several thousand plants, among
made of the plot, and not a fruit is fect fruit not less than two inches in full I which I trust some good varieties will
to trees are not bearing a crop.
stung. This chicken yard about the diameter. Then we go on to his son's wish this problem were so easily solved.I show themselves next fruiting season.
,trees is the only effectual remedy I lot, he has one of the first trees plantedin am aware that pruning the peach Seed planted' this spring was a failure.
have seen in practice to prevent the I Florida, two years ngo last winter. and other trees during the summer HERBERT W. BUSK.
I it bloom the many Gotha, Fla., May 9, 18S7.
ravages of Curculio and codling moth. saw following spring. months will increase the surface
My attention was called to two Peen It has not grown very rapidly and is bearing capacity of th trees and if For the FLORIDA DISPATCH:
to trees outside ; he said he had now holding thirty-four fruit. Walter conditions are favorable should increase Chinese Quince.
pruned (cut back,) one of them to try Cooper has several trees that are in the crop of fruit-but th;$ PeenA This fruit should remain on the
an experiment, had left the other un fruit. Our next stop is at Mr. Butts' will
under favorable conditions a heavy trees:: as long as they hang, say
pruned the same as mentioned by Mr. place, he too, is a pioneer, he came bearer even when unpruned, in fact, is until the 1st of December, for this
Wheatley in the last DISPATCH ; the when "barr and sketers were powerful inclined to overbear ; in this county section. When they begin to fall off,
cut back tree dropped all its fruit plenty," and what a variety of fruit, some trees are bearing heavily while pick them and place them away till
while the one not pruned is full of apples, pears, peach, plum, quince, others have only a light crop both> un- January or even February and even
peaches. Somehow it did not work as grapes and persimmon, and a measureof pruned show local causes and not the later here. They will become tender
in Mr. Wheatley's case, some troublein success with all of them, and while neglect; to prune to be the trouble. but not mellow, and can then be
operation, I did not think to there is a show that the old gentleman and tur-
My Bidwell's Late trees had not been pealed cut up as easily as a
ask him if he it in the has more trees planted, more work
pruned moon, pruned up to June 22th, 1886, and nip and about as tender or nearly so.
I presume Mr.\ Wheatley did his. I than he can attend to, yet to the lover laat season's crop on the unprunedtrees They will then make a highly flavored ,
don't how he about such of pomology, here much that is
see brought very was so heavy that I thought bestto butter or marmalade with a very
remarkable success unless he prunedin interesting. His apple trees are made flavor. We them "-
thin the fruit and did pick one half strong quince use
the moon ; will Mr.\ Wheatley be up of some d' zen or so different varie- early in the season leaving then a every year in this way and find them ,
kind enough to tell us about that. ties, and while they all show by their heavy crop. '1 be last of June I very nice. W. W. THOMPSON.
An hour's drive: brings us to Sor dwarfish growth, this is not their pruned the trees severely cutting over Sinlthville, Ga. > .
home the Red June R.d ->>-.-.-
rento, and what a fine country over yet Early four thousand buds. This season it or the FLORIDA DISPATCH: .
those little hills often covered with Margaret\ and Early Harve3t, are all
did not set one half the fruit after the Seedling Strawberries. .,
thick forests and then full of apples, and he has a Bartlet
pine we are
; heavy pruning that it did the previousyear
If Mr. Long will plant his strawberry
passing! some verv fine orange groves, pear grafted to a quince stock, that when unpruned. My two Bid- it from
feted as he takes
as soon
HarY..Smith's is one of them;and thenat he raised from a cutting, is two years
well's trees both pruned in
the ripe fruit in a moist shaded place,
"Kerr's Cold is another old since the graft was set, and is now
Spring" ,
1885, and each bore a good crop the covering it very slightly and not allow -
bearing trees, with some twenty Japan holding five half grown fruit. t following) year, but was not pruned the surface to get dry, they will
plum trees that have been in bearing Farther on we came to Rev. Brooks' heavily last year as stated by Mr. soon germinate and fast.
for years, giving each season, ..h such place, where I had before seen a Yellow !. Wheatley, as I had plenty of other Here we them grow large enough very in I
delicious fruit. Mr. Kerr is one of the Transparent apple tree that was trees from which to cut buds and tiiis one season grow to produce fruit the next. ;
pioneers in this section, and his home- planted two years ago and believingas year both trees are bearing heavily, so CHAS. BLACK. rHlghtstowD. :/>:
stead entry is one of the best selections I have, that this very early Russian much so that I thought best to thin .S. J., .rt 1 ay 7, 1887.
bis house and grounds are taste apple would be nearer a success here out the fruit, and did in April pick: over _-..-- ,$
fully arranged showing as it dots the than any other, I was hoping to findit five hundred from each tree. Jno. E.Nicholsou, ofOcoee, Orange ..:\. ;:
cultured gentleman. Here is the larg- full of fruit, and how I was disappointed !f. I. BIDWELL. county, says there are LeConte pear _
est Fuscata, (Banana shrub) I ever the man that prune s trees had Orlando.Fla May 11,. 887. trees in his vicinity four years from :
saw, six, feet in height, with its dense, been there, and there is a great difference ----- --e-- --- the cutting which are bearing, an indication .
evergreen foliage, covered with those in opinion how to prune ; some For the FLORIDA DisrATCif: he suggests that they will .
peculiar, creamy white: blossoms, filling prune up and some trim down and The Strawberry from Seed. bear young in South Florida. He
the air over the whole place with their then some cut the tree down and trim New varieties of the strawberry; are adds, "A New York commission merchant -
oh so sweet exhalations. after, "that is a good way too." In only to be obtained from seed, and tells me they are of no account
Another prove I would mention, adjoining this case it had been trimmed down, careful crossing or hybridizing is the in that market. The commission .
Mr. Risinger's place, it belongsto cut back the limbs to oue-half inch surest way of producing improved merchant referred to has probably .
a friend of his and he has it in and as the Yellow Transparent bears forms, although chance seminal varia- never seen them properly ripened up. ".





MAY 23, 1881.J TIrE FLORIDA DISPATCH._. --------- 439. 2

contend with and For the FLORIDA DISPATCH:
some special
'1 ]1rketi.\ : cular difficulties. For instance ; if its Selliug our Oranges.I Fertilizers

i facilities were to be reserved only for firmly believe this question to be
:;;: : : : : ;::::;; ; ::: : n?
city receivers and denied to country of vital the
more importance to peopleof
and shippers, the latter will
growers Florida, than tiny now awaiting so-
be view it with dislike and I State Analysis Needed.
apt lution. is Florida
Difficulties Many and Varied My proposition ,
question its sales and ,returns. It State Our Legislature can be none too
prominently an
Will Auctions Tend to Drive I orange growing ,
Out Commission Men? would he a matter of great regret if a thousands of people are ready to come soon in passing a law to establish a

"Cheap John" really worthy enterprise of thi kind, and help develop her resources in this State Chemical Station, where all fertilizers -

v Methods. seeking to establish itself by honorable direction but feel uncertain of the must be analyzed before sold

method, should incur the stigmaof profits in the business. N w every in the State. A nice little pamphletcame

Referring to the prospective establishment being a sort of"Cheap John" outcome candid person, acquainted with the to hand lauding a "concentrated

of a new produce auction of a New York "ring." markets of our country must admit phosphate," worth from 860 to $90

But on the other hand, if all the ton which could be had in Jack-
house in New York City, the Market that, if properly distributed, our oranges per ,
Journal advantages of such an institution be will never "go a begging," but sonville for $40 per ton. I sent for

says : thrown freely open to producers and find ready sale at remunerative prices. sample, and imagine my surprise to

The building up of a successful forwarders generally, will it not seri-- Now what we want is intelligent concerted find it nothing but finely pulverizedrock

Auction House requires the seasoningand ously interfere with the business of I. action in. perfecting the best I suppose it is Carolina phos-

ripening of time. It takes years local produce and fruit commission possible plan of marketing. In my phate rock, as that is the best I know

of labor and upright dealing to secure dealers? This is an important ques- opinion the "sine qu i non", of this of Why not give the true name and

the confidence of consignors and buy. tion for them to consider. It certainlyseems question is, distribution, there must be let the purchaser know what to ex-

ers, and it demands also, specially probable that a fruit and
pro- concert of action on this point, the exchange pect.
r trained faculties and business ability duce auction house, conducted on the agent or commission man can Ina paper before me I read that

\. of a very high order. above plan, would if it met with any not make you satisfactory returns withan the South Carolina rock is: sold in

In the fruit traffic a new auction measure of success, deflect consign- overstocked market. The "modus Vermont for $18 per ton and is con-

house must enter into sharp rivalry ments from the commission m.)n and operandi" adopted by the Exchange sidered there desirable at that price.I .

with the leading and long established tend so render them, or some of them, contains some features essential to success also have read, I do not now remember -

\ auction house of Brown & Seccomb, practically unnecessary. in marketing, and I believe if it where, that the rock is laid l downin

which now sells the entire Mediterranean \ These brief observations are respect- had received the undivided support of Philadelphia and New York for

fruit imports coming to New fully submitted to our readers as orange growers, there would be no crushing at $5 per ton. Why this ar-

York, and a large proportion of the worthy of consideration. We have just cause of complaint today.It ticle should be advertised and sold in

Florida, or domestic crop of oranges, merely glanced at a few points and is manifestly financially suicidalto this State for 100 per cent. more thanit

etc. Their business methods are crys- there is a great deal connected with consign further to irresponsible commission is worth passes my knowledge. It

talized into a system! which is the re- the history and character of the auction men community has may be dealers think that since we
sult of long, practical experience. business 'in the city which is of ample testimony to this effect. If the have been giving away our oranges

They are widely known and their interest. Exchange has disappointed you look and vegetables.., the past two .vears we
sales draw crowds of responsible ... -
buy- ---+ anxious
are now to give our
for the cause, when you find it, help away
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: also. N. W.
ers.In remedy it ; help perfect some system money
order successfully to handle the Tariff on Oranges. Welaka, Fla.
whereby our oranges will be a source ..
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oranges and other products of Florida Call things by their right names. of income thereby quadrupling the For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
and California hew auction
a house Under the caption of "Tariff on Or. value of your own property, and bring
Sulphate or Muriate.
must first convince shippers that it "
tinges, the last DISPATCH gives a millions to our State. I am caringfor
can profitably dispose of them, and it very well considered editorial article sixteen groves and am interested. Through the courtesy of W. P.

\ must also attract buy -rs and formulate showing the wants of orange growers. R. BINGHAM. Wright, of Drayton. Island, Fla., we
such business methods as will se-
The crop of Florida is rapidly inerea<- Melrose, Fla. are permitted to publish the followingletter
cure their confidence and patronage. ing and will soon be abundant to .
Here are two factors difficult to recon- from Professor Jas. R. Nichols,
ply all the wants of the United States. For the FLORIDA DI43PA'rcH.Experience

cile ; to secure consignments without a There is no good reason why our home With the Exchange.I j of Ilaverhill, Mass., the well known

buying patronage, and to secure buyers market should not be kept clear for am much interested in the market- authority on fertilizers. Replying to
without consignments to our home producers. Governments are ing of our and consider a letter of enquiry from Mr. Wrightthe
time orange crop
offer them. However, and good
organized and maintained to protectthe that of the importance Professor
in question one greatest says :
management might a measure over-
come these difficulties. persons and property of the peo- to the fruit grower. On the "Your note of enquiry regardingthe

Ill dairy products it would ple. Its power in that matter shouldbe organization of the Fruit Exchange, I employment of muriate of potashas
appear exercised in all
legitimate ways. connected myself with it, and ship- a fertilizer in orchards in
that, i a. new auction house must con- The of and orange
tendwith, the exchanges in the sale of cultivated orange groves laborers Italy who receive Spainare ped my entire frnit crop through it Florida is received. You state that

articles. Butter cheese by the past season. Whi e not realizingmy the fertilizer manufacturers assert that
graded ,
eggs but few cents for their labor.
sold a per day expectations, I am inclined to the muriate of potash is injurious to
lard, etc are there according< to The fruit is hands six-
packed by at
standard, and their ruling prices are ; think my returns averaged as well as the 'orange trees, that the sulphate]
lave The
widely quoted. It is probable that teen to twenty cents per I those growers who shipped to commis- should be substituted for it, etc. This
tf from there New York is
freight to

only inferior lots would drift into an sion houses. In discussing the matter assertion has no good ground to rest
box. In
auction room and that such goods in twenty-five cents per my with one of the growers in Altamonte, upon and cannot be received as worthyof

orange grove I pay laborers $1.25 per he stated that he had shipped fruit to belief. The sulphate of potash, if
of auctioneer
; the hands an would
and New York is
1 hardly realize the prices which a repu- day, my freight box. to some: eight commission houses as wellas the price and per centage were th .

merchant fifty cents per the Exchange and the Exchange same, might be substituted for the
table commission could obtain -
tariff of box
A $1.00
protective per ahead. I do doubt
little not
for them. was a muriate without disadvantage, but at
will equalize that and enable me to but that the officers of the
Many difficulties will suggest them- the present time the relative price of
Aftlerican labor
selves in proposing to sell peaches, continue paying a see many things which they can commercial salts. is in favor of the
price so laborers can be respectableand improve upon. It is certain they had muriate and therefore its use be
berries, fresh vegetables, etc., by auc- may
live The tariff
comfortably. we much contend with. We all know
to continued as an ingredient in manu-
tion. In the first place they must be
have is "tariff for
at present a revenue did all that
the commission
men was rial compounds as it has been duringthe
; disposed of speedily after their arrival. "
: The Government does
i only. not!; break down the
It will not do to hold over the receiptsof possible to Exchange. past ten years by orange growers.
: need it. Its is
revenue now too large. I shall continue to the
:- Personally give The chemical action and relation-
to-day for morrow's sale. The
One dollar box will in short time
per a confidence for in
bulk of this produce arrives here Exchange my no ships of the muriate as connected with
great home market home
give our to our make it what
other way can we we Florida soils and the tree is
at such unseasonable hours as to orange
pre and the millions of dollarsnow
growers I. it will be later
it hope on. now quite well understood, and thereis
; elude the idea of selling practically
and will be.
sent to Spain Italy, GEO. FUST.
-; at auction. It is, in fact mainly dis- no necessity for any modification of
but when
paid out to our own people, Boston,May 12,1887.
tributed in the early hours of the that is done the "revenue onl)'" will _. views expressed by me several years"
; morning and much of it appears upon ago in a brief treatise on the subject.
appear. Mr. D. E. Gillet from Pal- ...
the breakfast table of the. consumer on Yes shipped -
give us a good paternal pro-
the day of its arrival. metto 18 crates of tomatoes that netted
tective tariff of one dollar per box Grain raised by irrigation is much
It might be suggested that such an ) him $108. The average crop on
and will that have
we see you plentyof heavier than most grain that is raisedin
auction house, founded and supportedby hammock land is about 150 crates to
and of the best.DUDLEY .
a few firm' directly interested in oranges W. ADAMS. the acre, an average of $3 per crate, or a country where they depend on

its line of traffic, should be prepared Tangierine, Fla., May 9, 1887. $450 per acre. ran.


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Has any one been successful with .scuring the horizon with a maze of some evergreen climber which will
' !
Ornamental Horticulture any of the ornamental climbing varieties richest color The effect was only succeed tolerably well with house culture
paralleled by that of the Yellow Jessa and should be trained on a small
of Asparagus, viz, A. tenuissimua,
BY W. C. STEELE. mine (Gelseminum), which, earlier in trellis. In the greenhouse however,
._ A.plumosus, etc., in out door cultiva- the season, spreads before us more it be planted as<< a
---- --- -- -- --' may permanent
Camelies, Etc. tion ? than acres, even miles of golden glory. rafter plant, succeeding as it does,
Romantic and esthetic natures much better t than in pots. The white
During a recent visit to Hibernia, For the FLORIDA DISPATCH
with nothing else to do, may extasizeover jasmine-like flowers fill the room com-
Clay county, Florida, we found Came- The Ipomea. the magnificent prodigalities of pletely with exquisite fragrance, and

lias growing in the open ground fully Noctiflora, Noctlphyton. nature, but when the stern old granger are produced very freely throughoutthe
exposed to the sun. Though planted Somebody, I think it was not Benja comes, whose absorbing idea is the spring and summer months. The
min Franklin, has remarked that if a utile without the dulce, they fide flowers are handsome, and are especially -
in the light sandy soil of East Florida,
couple of destitute Yankees were cast before his axe, plow and hoe, like theboY'i desirable for bouquets, the perfume
and entirely unprotected, they have upon*a desert island, they would, before extatic dream before the morning being agreeable to all. There are

grown for several years, are thrifty night, have each gained $5 by call of the relentless taskmaster.The two varieties, namely, R. jasminoides,

and bloom freely. The only variation swapping jackknives. And if the same old man looks with dismay plain green foliage, and R. jasminoides

from ordinary cultivation, was that reverse of this holds"true, a couple of upon the myriads of ox eyed daisies, variegata, with lovely leaves. This
thriftless "Cracker, under similar the marguerites that poets rave about, plant succeeds with a night temperature -
had been fertilized with stable
they circumstances, would assuredly have taking possession of his fields, and he of only 40 to 50, with propor-
manure and the bed had also receiveda each lost $5 by not swapping jack- straightway turns in a flock of sheep, tionately higher day temperature.: "

dressing of a natural deposit found knives. I am let to these reflec- before() whose persistent nibbling of This vine is perfectly hardy in Flor- I
tions by observing the vast difference the buds vanish.
near there, resembling marl. If this they quickly ida. It has been in bloom here for
between people about taking advantage Your humble servant cleared a
treatment was the cause of their thrift, up some time and is much admired
of circumstances. Many starveto patch of swamp alongside the afore- very
then a compost containing decayed death surrounded by opportunitiesthat said natural plantation of Ipomeas, by all who see it. The Daytona

vegetable matter, derived from muck, have led on to fortune the few and as the rice grew he was kept busy Journal says of this vine : "One of the

pea vines or whatever is available fur I shrewd enough to profit by them. pulling volunteer moonflowers out of prettiest pictures we have seen latelyis

the purpose, bone meal, cotton seed I This didatic flourish is intended as a it, till he wished the whole tribe as far to be found at Mitchell's. It is a
prelude to a short and merry disserta- away as the midnight luminary herself. climbing vine encircling the trunk and
meal and potash would fill all the
tion on the Ipoioa noctiphyton or moon Never till now did he realize what a limbs of a huge live oak to its extreme
conditions. In another yard we found flower. The botanical and scientific
as precious fool he was. Those moon top covered with thousands of white
in cultivation a native plant whose pects of the subject will be left to savants flowers, liko Wuittington's cat, might star shaped flowers which are very

beauty we had often admired and like Prof. Curtiss and Pliny the have laid the foundation of an ample fragrant. It is a Chinese plant botanically -

wondered that it is not more frequently younger, whose surname is Reasoner.It fortune. Look into all the pa pera,and called Rhyncospernum. It is
is dangerous for such highly imag- you will see these identical pestilent a hot house plant north but grows
] found in cultivation. We
re inative pens as this to venture upon weeds, for they are nothing else, here in the open air."
fer, to Erythrina herbacea, which is scientific hobbies, which may carry puffed throughout the length and _. --e-
quite common, at least throughout the them, like beggars on horseback, to breadth of the land by the redoubt :I For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.

northern and eastern parts of the the very devil. Had Darwin's hobby able Peter Henderson, who, like Bar Salisburia Adiantifolia.My .
been less: hardly ridden we might have only experience with Salisburia
: num, when he inflicts a sell upon sim-
State. It is sometimes known
as lived on in blissful ignorance of beingall ple folks, thinks it amazingly funny to adiantifolift is this: I planted a small
"Turkish Sword. of us nothing more than an improved publish "how 'tis done." He actually tree some five years ago in the midst '

On the same place we. found a large breed moukeys.. And those charges forty cents each for these: of trees and bushes in a hammocky

bush of Helianthemum algarvense, doubting his conclusions are often weeds, and boast of having last year spot at Eustis, and with the exception '

Hock or.Sun rose,in full bloom. Thisis humiliated and struck dumb by meet- sold fifty thousand of them. This of one or to hoeings the first year,
ing people whose actions seem to con- only shows the difference between left it to its own devices. It has
an evergreen shrub, perfectly hardyin firm the hideous theory. people. What you and I. dear reader, grown slowly but has appeared perfectly -

this State being entirely uninjured One of your correspondent, in a pull up and throw away., the mighty healthy and if given a fair

b) the severe freeze of January 1886. late issue of the DISPATCH, waxes Peter turns into the snug sum of $20: I chance would doubtless have becomea

The flowers are quite large, pure eloquent over the beauty, fragranceand 000 a year. No wonder he can sit large tree by this time.
white at the base rapid growth of the moon flower, down and talk about "Gardening :for Very many species of trees and
a purple spot
except all of which is very fine, and calls it a Profit. We raise tanyahs (Caladium plants were thus planted by me in

of each'petal.. native of Mexico. Perhaps it is, and esculentum) to feed our pigs and chickens what I hoped to make into a. "wild

It is certain that this shrub and perhaps it is also a native of Florida.I and he sells the same tubers at a garden", but,of these nothing survived

also the pink variety H. Albidus, de. remember twenty years ago gazing quarter each, realizing about $150 per excepting the Salisburia a small Aza-

serve to be more widely known and with wonder and admiration upon it, barrel. If the stern old theory of lea Indica, and some fancy leaved
riot in the hammocks and Caladiums which last made themselves
cultivated than running the survival of the fittest holds, what
more generally theyare. swamps along the St. Johns river. A wonder that stout old Peter flourisheslike entirely at home, though none of the

succession of winters nearly free from a green bay tree, while thousandsof plants mentioned had added very per-
frost had permitted a continuous his calling fail, go hence and are ceptibly to its size in the five
Information Wanted.It growth of several years, and vines seen no more. years of struggle for existence with .

is probable that many readers of could be seen, with stems like cables, Why should not we imitate Peter the native plants.'F. '"

the DISPATCH are often puzzled to clambering over the undergrowth and and make :a fortune) out of some of our L. MEAD, .

know what to do for some drooping into the tops of the tallest cypress native weeds? There are "as good Lake Charm-.- ,.n May_--3rd.-, 1887..
trees, which were hiuden under a fish in the sea qp ever were caught." For the FLORIDA DISPATCH:
favorite among their plants, or how to smother of the large, pointed, dark- Why does not some one lay hold on Mandevillea Suaveolens, Etc.

treat some new species just received, green leaves of this giant Ipomea. that other beautiful native Ipomea In the April 18th number of the

or how to prune some flowering shrubto That stranger, who was startled by (Sinuata or quercifolia), almost as DISPATCH there is an article on Man-

cause it to bloom more freely ? coming suddenly upon twelve or fif rambling in habit as the noctiflora, devillea Suaveolens. I have had it in

We shall be glad to receive such teen of the blooms around the corner i and bearing in profusion a pure white my garden for over four years, and
of the house, undoubtedly would have bloom with scarlet throat, and make with me, like many other things, refuses -
questions and will publish all that been paralyzed, or, as they say out his jack before Peter the Great gets to grow off just exists. The

seem to be of general interest to the West, "completely chewed up," had ahead of him ? Nothing can surpassit Lion's Tail, in the same number, does

public. We do not promise to solve i he emerged from the wo-.ds and seen, for) screens and its palmate, deeply well here. Of the Gingko tree I re-

every puzzle or to give a satisfactoryanswer as I have seen, untold thousands of cleft leaves, with pinnatifid segmentsare ceived for myself and others a numberof

to snowy chalices lighting up the deep- exquisite as lace.. Who will do small trees from Mr. Berckraans,
question. Probably
every ening shades of the river forest after it? I paus-e for a reply. and they are all doing well here. I
if questions are asked which the Editorof sunset, or wet with dew and sparkling UP RIVER CORRESPONDENT.May also receivfd from Mr. Berckmans a,

this department' cannot answer in the beams of the mornin: sun, like 5,1887. small Jujube tree that is unique as a
--' 4
some reader of the paper may be ableto gems set in emerald. The eye rested specimen tree and would improve a
The Rhynchospernum.
do so. If not, then we may find upon the scene before it as upon the small place where little room could be
decorated curtain of a theatre, but the The following from Popular Gar- spared. I have a bearing fig from
outside who As
some one can. a sam
puny effort of man was as nothing to dening describes an evergreen climber seed, very much like our yellow va-
ple, we will ask a question suggestedby the mighty screen, acres in extent, which deserves to be better known : riety. ORIENTA.

our own experience. dropped from the vault above and obI "The Rhynchospernum is a hand- Altamonte Springs, Fla..April 28, 1887.



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MAY 23,1887.] =THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.= 441:

and the youth, who have such great. A Chapter on Rice. RICE BATTERCAKES.These are

rloIlle Interests hopes before 'them, and ambition to :I I Rice is one of the most nutritious made like other griddle cakes, with

rise to fame, and (not the least import- foods known and is within the reachof the additiui of a cup of cold boiled

BY MRS. E. A. HILL. tant\ little one with its baby prattle everyone because so inexpensive.In rice, which is a great improvement. *

and cunning ways, all have their paitto some countries it forms the chief RICE PUDDING.-(No eggs.) One

Home. takp in the play of life and home. article of food. Perhaps some of our cup rice, one cup sugar, one half teas-

The We must have our minds suppliedwith readers have heard Sau Ahbrah, a poonful salt two quarts milk. Bake
following extracts
an essay -
reading. History, biographies, Christian Burmese nobleman, lecture about two hours.
read by A. N. Duncan before the travels, science, etc., should, with atlas, on his own country. He says the M. & A. FIELDING.Recipes. .

Home, Farm and Grove Society, are chemistry: and other books of usefulness Burmese have "rice for breakfast, rice 4

BO pertinent that we trust we shall be be made to fill a spacious library, for dinner, rice for supper for dessert .
while the table should be well filled
rice and for a change-rice !I"
pardoned for inserting nearly entire, PLUM JELLy.-Take as many plumsas
with the different classes of periodicals
Americans fond of
are not as that
have sufficient
under the head of Home : you pour boiling
of science and
news, agriculture, art. article of food as their Asiatic cousins,
water to them. Pour off
"Home," which is said to be one of For the mind, while being interestedand blessed over cover
nor, being more are they water them.
immediately draining
the three sweetest words of lan led onward trained in a higher
our up forced to have it every meal, or Put plums in preserving kettle, with
guage, or that brain can think, or sphere, cannot forget its usefulness, to cooked always in the same style. boiling water enough to cover again ;
find in about with
tongue speak, will ever furnish mate- drifting Perhaps you fancy it would soon pall then boil until they begin to open and
wind and tide. For Satan finds mis
upon the appetite ; but there are so juice is extracted. Now off
rial for deep thought and kind words. some pour
chief still for idle minds to fill.
of this valuable
many ways preparing liquid, strain it, and to each.pound of
"Home" is
a place or country whereone And still we find another sense dish that have "rice fir
you may juice pound of white
one return -
lives and all that gratified at home-that of hearing.The sugar
pertains to a breakfast, rice for dinner, rice for supper to the kettle; boil from twentyto
dwelling place makes home. It is sweet songster, as it pours forth for desert rice and for a change thirty minutes, as it may require,
its notes of and melody the
praise ; rice" without being of it.
said one can make themselves jUbt weary and you will have fine jelly. The
roll of the waves the singing of the
The readers of the DISPATCH
what they have a mind to be and : may plums may be used in pie!! or sauce.
breeze, and the noise of life in its different get a few si-ggestions from the follow-
there is more truth in this than we elements ; the sweet chords recI pei.: PLUM PIE.-Three cups full of

often suspect. This i is also true of our drawn from some instrument, mingled PLAIN BOILED RICE.-One of the plums ; simmer in water-cover with

homes ; they are too often not what with melody from happy voices sing secrets of cooking rice well, is to washit one and one half cups full of sugar-
they might have been, owing to the ing those sweet hymns and tunes that so thoroughly that little starch re until tender ; line pie plates with

lack of love, and the proper respectfor fill our souls with love and joy, causing mains. To one coffee cup of rice add paste ; wet edges, cover, wash with

the rights and privileges of others.If us to forget the toils of life and one quart of water and boil one half egg ; bake in a quick oven twenty

all that pertains to a place goes to cling with renewed earnestness to the hour or until thoroughly cooked. Do minutes.

make home, then how readily can one promise, all tend to the make up of a not omit salt.CURRIED .. PLUM PRESERVES.-Put the plumson
see why there so places called home.
are many pleasant the with
RICE.-Take a coffee stove water enough to
home that are totally unfit to bear so'8weet >-+-*
cupful! of the best rice, wash thoroughly cover them, adding one table spoonfulof
a name. Some of the causes are For the FLORIDA DISPATCH : and boil so that when cooked each soda to about one half peck of
selfishness, jealousy and stinginess. The Key Note Still Sounds. and cook until ,crack
grain will be separate. Slice an onion plums, they ;
And some homes are tainted by evil Here Aunt HPttie then take and rinse in clear
comes knocking and cook in a frying-pan with a pieceof out
habits, dissipation and crime, caused I for' admittance and to have her "say," butter the size of an egg. Whenall cold water, this take_ the "pucker"out
by the great evil, intemperance. But the juice is fried out of the onion, of them ; stone them, wash them,
will bid her welcome ? The clos-
we find all causes; are traced to the you .
take of it from the nd take one pound of sugar to one
every particle ,
lack of one thing, the absence of one ing words of our editor of"Home Interests" pan
and put in rice. Sprinkle over it one pound of plums ; make a syrup of one-
beautiful word, that little word is love. in "Privations" has struck a
if third of the and a little water.
tablespoon ; (more sugar
But the old has been found chord in a woman's heart which you
song very many
Put the into the and
like and stir i plums
) lightly an quickly syrup
true "that and plenty there will respond to the touch and
peace one so that each particle will remain cook until tender; then add the rest
abide when there's love at home." man's too as witness the words from
of the and cook
whole. Be sure there is enough salt sugar slowly twenty
But to draw a picture of our ideal Lake Helen.
in the rice or it wPl'J not be palatable. minutes.
home and to see how easily it can be Oh, the stupidity of men Is it not
made by al will be more pleasant, if enough to make one groan 'being RICE CROlUh"TTES.-To one coffee- PLUM PICKLE-SWEET.-To four
not far more profitable than dwellingupon burdened ?" How little they know ofa : cup of boiled rice add two eggs, butter quarts cider vinegar add five poundsof

the causes of one to the contrary.To true woman's heart How much size of an egg, melted, one half pint sugar, one-fourth pound of cinnamon -

make home pleasant, love must she will bear, and toil, and suffer, and sifted flour, a level teaspoonful Royal r and two ounces of cloves to seven

abound. The Word says, "Seek not sacrifice for one who loves her and Baking Powder, two heaping table- 'pounds of plums. Scald the vinegarand

your own, but another's wealth," deals tenderly toward her, for it spoons of sugar. Beat up quickly and sugar together and skim ; add

pleasure, etc.; thus we find there is sweetens all toil and mitigates all suf-; lightly. Do not forget to add sufficient spices ; boil up once and pour over

more true pleasure in giving than in fering to know she is loved and appre- salt. Take up one half table. the fruit; pour off and scald the vIn-

S receiving. There is, in fact almost an ciated ; but how heavily the burden spoonful:! drop from spoon into plate of egar twice more at intervals of two

f innumerable number of things that go rests upon and crushes the spirit when sifted flour, rolling it over that it may days, and then cover close or seal.

to make up an ideal home, and these only fault is found, and nothing is be covered, take up into When and TOMATOES FRIED.-Cut them in

are all, based, on a foundation of love. satisfactory, and she finds the one she drop into boiling lard. the slices without removing the skin, pep
"Be it humble there is loved and trusted in croquettes are a light brown take up
ever so no place so fully, lacking per and salt' them to taste ; then
like home !I" Even: when enticed to manhood, and other noble qualities in with perforated ladle, (cracked spoon sprinkle with flour and fry in butter

wander by the grandeur of the world, which she had invested him. will do) put on a brown paper in a until brown ; put them on a hot platter
find like th I it is There is wife who is biscuit pan to drain. To serve, fold a
we prodigal, sweetto many a more and pour milk into the butter and
return to the love of home. Home lonely than she ever felt in the days of nice white napkin in a vegetable dish, juice, when boiling hot pour over the
be the A her maidenhood who placing croquettes in it. To be eaten
must pleasing to sight. ; many a one tomatoes.
pretty villa in a shady grove, by the crushed in spirit, and disappointed, hot or cold.SAVORY .
shore or river bank, or on a hill, as has withdrawn within herself, and can RICE.-Slice an onion :into TOMATO CATsup.-One peck ripe
bacon-oil and fry. Put into the hot tomatoes, cut up, boil tender and sift
the taste ma, be, with the walls and only look up and say : "Thy Maker is
and love pan some cold rice-either remove the through a wire seive ; add one large
mantels covered with statuary and thy husband, here i i. a that
frames of drawings and paintings ; faileth never. onion, or not, before doing this- table spoonful ground cloves, one]large

rustic resting places in shady b ewers ; Praise doesu't hurt a wife, for if she sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste. table spoonful allspice, one large table
Serve hot. This is a nice breakfast spoonful cinnamon, one tea spoonful
vines, shrubs and beautiful flowers all felt it more than deserved she would very
growing In rich profusion,-go 10 make strive most earnestly to come up to it dish. cayenne pepper, one-fourth poundsalt \
up the beauties of home. But still and know that it was hers by right.So RICE FOR DESSERT.-Boil 1 rice in one-fourth pound mustard, one

home is not complete without our husbands don't be chary in your milk, (sweeten if you like) pour into pint vinegar. Boil gently three

loved ones to share! it with us, to be words of praise, but let her see that forms, and when quite cold turn intoa hours ; bottle and seal hot.

pleasantly engaged in the duties of she is the object of your tender glass dish pouring cream, whipped, 4

life,,adding taste and beauty to suit thoughtful care, and you will be repaid over it, in which bananas have been The skin of a boiled egg is the most

their fancy ; ever keeping our talents "a hundred fold" here, and know sliced. efficacious remedy that can be appliedto

busily engaged that they may gain that you have endeavored to redeem RICE FRITTERS.Fritters are madein a boil. Peel it carefully, wet, and

usury for His coming. The aged ones the promise made when she gave her- the same way as croquettes except apply to the part affected. It will

who'have already ,begun to watch for self into your peeping. that the batter must thinner. Fryin draw off the matter and relieve the

the,sunset of time ; the middle aged AUNT HETTIE. a frying-pan in boiling lard. soreness in a few hours.

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442 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH_. f AlAY 23, 1887.


EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. that have been made in irrigationhave I! have sold readily for $4.50 to $5, and is preferable as being more easily at-

conclusively demonstrated that !1 at Cincinnati they have brought better tended to. In Florida it can be made

A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. our average soils will yield prodigiously 1; prices than California fruit. The im- prow during the entire year. The superabundance -
of sunshine in Florida
: if and sbundant | of would be
a steady sup- posing an extra duty a
Contents. I during the greater part of the year
ply of water be maintained.The tax on the consumer, and, by raising gives the State its advantages over
always Ribbed, is it Identical with the practical difficulties of applying prices, the consumption: throughoutt. other States. Any person sufficiently
Drake Star, the Maltese Grove
Treatment on Pine hk>Oval'h e best "the water has prevented the gen- e country would be diminished.The interested can see now, this month of
mode of Cultivation and Fertilizing, and in full bloom the
the Orange Spring Region . 435 eral adoption of any method of arti7 orange ought not to be regardedas May growing
VINEYAUD.-Vfnlfera and Phylloxera: finest poppys at Cape Canaveral. These
Varieties for Florida; Vinifera and ficial irrigation, and the solution of a luxury, but a? a necessity, and plants spring spontaneously from
Anthacnose Hybridizing the Grape, up
the Artificial Method of Producing this difficulty is a matter of great im the consumption should be encouraged<< seed sown and'no care
many years ago
.. .. .. .
New Varieties 436
IRRIGATION.-Some Experiments In IrrI- !. portance. On another page of this ; as much as possible. Cheap and rapid whatever taken to preserve them. I

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THE gation.OIlCHARD.-Pomological Notes, a 437 issue we give two method ,one surface I transportation, with method in the J pronounce them as an expert, the

Tour of Inspection through Orange irrigation and the other of suli-irrigation distribution, should give the Florida finest in the world. They grow on
Pruning the Peach the
County; cause the edge of the scrub, close to the

of Quince Shy Bearing; Seedling Unexplained Strawberries.; Chinese...... 438 both of which have been per- orange equal advantages with the for- sandy beach in land than any one will
MARKETING.-The Auction Sy.tern,Difficulties fected by a practical Florida farmer
: and its
many and Varied, will Auc- eign product, superior quality tell you is not worth twenty-five centsan
tions tend to drive out Commission who has given much time and thought should ensure for it a ready marketat acre for anything else."
Men Cheap John Methods; Tariff on to this subject and who is now applying
Oranges Helling our Oranges; Exp I He claims that thousand dollars
the best prices. It is true that one -
rience wIth the Exchange 439 these methods on his place in
FERTILIZERS.-State Analysis Needed the latter of and worth of opium be
; Putnam during part April can grown
Sulphate or Muriate . . 439 county.
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE.-Carne- I -..._ early in M iy, Florida oranges brought from) a single acre at very little cost.
lias Information Wanted The
; ; Ipo- Ordnge Statistics.The .
mea; The Hhynchospernum: Sulis- high prices, comparing favorably with He continues:

buria aveolens.Adlantlfloria. ...;. .Mandevlllea. ..Su-. 440 heavy importation of foreign prices obtained for California and "Sixteen plants yie d, by my pro-

HOME INTERESTS Home; the Keynote fruit, an important cause of the gluts cess, one ounce of opium worth
Still Sounds; a Chapter on Rice; Uec- foreign fruit. But it is misleadingto
Ipes.... . ... 441 and stagnation in market during the $4 per pound. Anybody can see how
base conclusions for the entire
EDITORIAL-Contents;Irrigation Orange sea
Statistics The Duty o Oranges due doubt much ground sixteen poppy plants will
; ; past season, was largely no ,

Opium in Florida ... . 442 son on prices obtained for the small and from that make their
The Agricultural College. . .. 443 to the inacurate estimates generally cover, own
MARKET REPORTS 443 percentage of the crop marketed at calculation how many an acre will
PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.... : .. 443 circulated and believed in advance of *
METEORLOQICAL .. .. .. .. . ...,... 443 the close of the season. As a rule contain. Opium raising
ENTOMOLOGY.-Orange Insects; The the Florida crop of '86-7. The best fruit than Florida depends upon the cost of abstractingthe
foreign brings more
White Scale in California; Paris
Green and London Purple; Beneficial judges said there would behalf a gum from the plant. Heretoforethis
. crop fruit at least this has been true dur-
Insects.. .. . 444FLORIDIANA. has been done by incising the
.The New South, the Possibilities which was correct, hut they set this
of Thrifty Farmer ing the last season or two The sell- capsule and scraping off the exuded
who FIOrJdaithe the Outlookfor half crop down at six to seven hun-
Truckers, Eddcatloii, a New Rail ing price for the entire Florida crop juice. This is only three-sixteenths,

road etc.; Indian River Notes . 445 dred thousand boxes, which was incor- of 1886-7 probably fell below $2.50: of the actual amount of opium the
STATE ITEMS.-. . 446
POULTRY>> AND AIIAItY.-The" Best Breed rect ; they failed to take into consideration per box, the returns to the growers plant contains,_the rest_being ]lost, and
for Florida; Charcoal as a Disease the of it is
the increased labor collecting very great,
bearing area
Preventive; Experience in Keeping in the of
Hens; Bound Craw. . . . . 447 being neighborhood $1.25 and so costly as to forbid its use in
which would full of
A Bad Case . . . . 448 produce a crop per box on the average, representinga America. By my process I not only

4 over two million boxes. This year a net of 75c. to $1 per box. extract all the opium in the capsule,

The American Nurserymen's Association short crop is again reported, but in all Neither i is it true that a duty of but obtain it from the entire plant, and

I meets at Chicago on the 15th probability it will be a half crop of a at a cost one hundred per cent. cheaper
$1.00 box would be a tax on the
proximo. We omitted the place in million and a half boxes.In per than even the Hindoo laborer at ten
consumer. It would crowd out for- collect his three- 1
our announcement last \vu-k. view of the rapid development of cents leer j day can
.. eign competition now sustained by sixteenths."

The difference of opinion on the our orange interests, it is highly im- shere force of system and organizationin All very plausable but unfortunately -
that statistics be affording -
possibility of profitably raising Vitis portant gathered, the face of a home production sufficient for( the faith of the incredulous, the

.Vinifera in Florida, and upon the pres- intelligible information on the tl) supply the demands of the author makes the whole thing hingeon
subject and forming reliable 'data on
ence of Phylloxera here is somewhat country. By giving home grown fruit his process. He admits that according
which base such estimates.In .
perplexing. Baron Von Luttichau to precedence in market, it would facilitate to the established methodsnow
order to obtain information of
insists that many varieties of the Vini- a better distribution of the pro- in use in opium growing coun-
this character Ives of the
fera do well and are profitable. Prof- duct, encourage the storage of the sur- tries, the returns would be but three-

fessor DuBois does not think it can be Fruit Exchange is sending to all plus, prevent the slaughter of the fruit sixteenths of the estimate he makesor

orange growers in the State, a blank incident to gluts, and in this way
and thinks it mis- from which
successfully ,grown, $187.50 per acre, expenses -
form, which, when properly filled out, equalize prices throughout the season,

leading to encourage novices to will give the following informationfrom but it would not, in all probability, must be leducted, no great ,

attempt it. Mr. White attributes the increase. the price to the consumer one bonanza in this. But by the use of
the making the return :
failure of Vinifera to Phylloxerawhich grower cent. "my process" thirteen-sixteenths more
I Number of acres in .
orange grove ;
both of the above named gen. : in Florida. gum can be extracted at one hundredper
number of trees in ; number of Opium
tlemen have failed to find here. Mr. grove cent. less cost. Singular that a
trees in bearing ; when trees Considerable excitement has been
Lehman's vineyard is planted to young man possessing a secret that would
will bear fruit; number of boxes ship- occasioned by recent glowing accountsof
seedlings of the Vinifera. The fore- revolutionize the opium world should
the possible profits of opium cult
ped in 86-7 probable of'87-8
going opinions are based on experience. ; crop ; leave the countries where opium is
Who shall determine "when same information regarding lemon ure in Florida which have appearedin
and select State that has
produced a
doctors disagree?" trees ; also separate information regarding certain State papers and been gen-

Mandarins, Tangierines, Sat- erally copied by the Press of the never grown an ounce of the gum

and Navels wherein demonstrate the wondersof
Irrigation. sumas to
country. Dr. W. W. Winthrop; the
We trust our orange growers will his Ten dollars is the
\\9hile.we have sufficient rain process.
during take the trouble fill and author of these accounts, who is saidto
to out return
ordinary seasons to mature average these blanks. have had an extensive experiencein modest price which this gentlemanasks

crops, it is also true that the distribu- opium growing in India, speaks as growing for including fujl information the secret op opium of his

tion of rainfall throughout the year is The Duty on Oranges. follows of poppy growing in Florida. i wonderful 1 process. Remarkable that

very unequal. The precipitate and Alluding to the very general demand "The laud should be prepared as information of such priceless valueto

copious rains of summer are apt to be on the part of Florida orange for any other crop ; fine preparationwill the opium magnates of the East

offset by periods of drought during fall, growers for an increase in the tariffon yield increased return as in any should be given away for a mere triflein
other plant. The kind of seed to sow. this to them out-of the-way corner
winter or spring, the very seasons oranges, the New York South .
for opium is the white poppy, papaver of the globe. "
when our truck for market one of our : While Messina\ and Catania
says sjmniferum. It can be sown in drills or The thing has a suspicious look on

principal money crops, is growing or fruit has sold lately in New York for broadcast. In small quantities of an the surface and we advise our readersto .

maturing. The limited experiments $3 to $3.75 per box, Florida oranges acre or two in poor new land the drill "go slow" on opium. '

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For the FLORIDA DISFATCII: tution away above the needs of Flor- PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. Well Tools.

THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. idians, but one that will give such instruction ---- Two setts of Well Boring :..ol!? rcr
sale cheap. J. CKASNIIAAV, JrLawtey
the Publisher
as present generation
An Appropriation Should be Made Fla.
--- -
------ -- --
are capable of profiting by-instruc- .
Adequate to the Needs of i '.1
I tion in agriculture and the industrialarts TilE FLORIDA DISPATCHIs
the Institution. Hull Ashes.
Cotton Seed
21-page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE,
history, English, political
The State Agricultural College i is to economy, mathematics, and such in and Holy IN BESTS In FLORIDA. The best fertilizer you can buy. One
of Cotton seed Hull Ashes containsmore
get fifteen thousand five hundred dol- dustrial sciences as chemistry, elec Terms of Sub cril.tloll. ton and acid than
lars less over-half than the Two Dolla-s per year, in advance, postpaidto potash phosphoric
a sum by
the sciences.
tricity and physical any part 01 the United States or Canada four and one-half tons of the average of
faculty said is needed. The East Such a school would send out, just tO foreign countries composed in Postal hard wood ashes, or fifteen tons leached
Florida Seminary is to twelve Union, Two Dollars and Kilty. cents. ashes. Send for circular, giving analysisetc.
get what the State needs, practically edu- The date when the subscription expires is
thousand ; so, at least, the committee cated who would know on the Addr'ss Label of each paper, the American Oil Company, 18 Broad-
young change of which to a subsequent date be- way, New York.
recommend. What is to be the resultof how to go about the development of comes a receipt for remittance. No other receipt .
this splitting up of the State's is sent unless requested.The -- --
the and other
agricultural resourcesof paper is stopped at expiration of the An English officer having been calledto
means? Two poor, puny schools, and the iState. They would, as teachers, subscription, unless previously renewed. India wishes to sell his property by
When a change of address is desired, both
the young men and women of Florida also bring about that reform which the old and new addresses should be given. private sale on Lake Harris, Lane Park,

must, as heretofore, continue to go beyond Governor Perry in his message so Remittances Sumter county, at once. Lake front,

l. the bounds of the State if they would know howto at the risk of the sender unless made by five acres cleared and fenced, large five-
strongly they
urges registered letter or by check, express order, roomed house furnished or unfurnishedto
desire education above the of
grade introduce manual training into the or postal order, payable to CHAS W. DA- be sold a bargain. Terms on appli-
high schools. ',O TA, Publisher of the Florida Dispatch, ;
public schools.I To Advertisers.The cation. CAPTAIN GIRDWOOD.

Can we not lay aside our petty local have little choice as to where the DISPATCH is TUB LEADING AGRICUL- Lane Park, Fla.

jealousies and view this subject from is located-at Tallahassee TURAL JOURNAL OF THIS STATE and has a .. .
t ,
: large circulation In Florida and throughoutthe
the standpoint of patriotism and states- ;jainsville, Ocala-it makes little dif United States and foreign countries Orange Trees! for Summer Planting. .
wherever the interest is turned Southward.
ference. But as the beginning has It IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS Budded trees of choice varieties, three-

If Jacksonville wants high schools been made nt Like City, and as that IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Es- quarters to one and a half inches in diameter -
she is able to have them and what is tate, Nurseries! Transportation lines, Banks, seed-
beginning was made possible by the Hotels, and those branches wherein it is desirable two-year-old buds; also sour
more,she does have them. If Gainesville of the State the to reach our winter visitors or our lings of all sizes, for sale cheap.A. .
gift $20,000 to by
rapidly Increasing permauent population.
wants a high.school she is of her-
people of that town, and as the site is Jacksonville, Fla.
self, more than able to have it, especially one of beauty and usefulness Advertiaiiig Rates
inasmuch great SI 00 per inch first insertion: 50 cents per 4
as she already enjoys Lake City would seem to be the inch for each subsequent insertion. .,
the income (about three thousand dol- place. FLORIDA." Preferred Positions, Next Reading or on Cover: Wuv rly Stock Farm.
Cows and Heifers in Calf to "Panic"No.
lars per annum) of a small Govern- $1.40 per Inch first insertion; 70 cents per
inch for each subsequent insertion. 9,420, American Jersey Cattle Club.
mental endowment. Tampa, Sanford, Chas. Donovan, Tampa, Florida, 10 per cent. off on 3 months' contracts. Panic's g. g. dam, Eurotas, No. 2,454,

Palatka, Lake City, and other townsare inquires, "as to the best method by 30 20"" "on"on 12"6" "u made 778 pounds of butter in one year.

amply able to have each a high which Bermuda grass can be extermi- Advertisements JUST be acceptable in Bomba No. 10,330, was sired by the

school. But as to a college worthythe nated from an grove-if thereis EVERY respect. Duke of Darlington, No. 2,460-Panic's
orange THK: FLORIDA DISPATCH is sent free to grandsire. Her calf sold for 12000.
name, the State alone is able main- any such method." Will some of those who advertise in It, as long as advertisement Pedro, No. 3,187, sold for $10,000, is a

tain that. our readers furnish the desired infor- continues.Address son of Eurotas, No. 2,454-Panic's g. g.

With twelve thousand dollars in one mation for publication in our columns. CHAS. W. DACO T.\, Publisher, SCIIRADER BROS.

and fifteen thousand five hundred dollars ________ _Jacksonville___ ___ _.__-_-n --, Florida.- Tallahassee, Leon County Fla.

in the other, it ,is utterly impossi. The leaf enclosed::! by L. B. S., of The large new office and warehouse of --. .

ble to raise either institution above Dunedin, Fla., is of the Shaddock W. H. Fay & Co., manufacturers of The E. :Moulie Florida Floral Per-

the grade of a very good high school., family, but it is impossible( to deter-I Fay's Manilla Roofing and Carpeting, fumery Co. will bu West following St. Flowers -
mine of what Camd, N. J., was entirely destroyedby delivered at 45 Bay :
As proof of this assertion, I give the particular variety. fire last night. With commendableenergy Petals of Fragrant Roses of any kind,
-*-.-.- '
following facts and figures, taken froma at 15 cents per 1 Ib.
have work and
: they gone to se-
table recently published in the J. E. Grove, Seffuer, Fla., wishes to cured temporary quarters and are to-day Petals of Cape Jasmines at 10 cents

TimesUnion : know the location of a castor oil man- ready for orders. Fortunately these gentlemen per Ib.Rose.

The South the ufactory. Can any of our readers have a very large stock at their Geranium Leaves and Cuttings,
Carolina College, furnish the informatio'i ? factory which is in another portion of 10 to 12 in. long, at 4 cents per lb.
South Carolina Military Academy, Petals of Arabian Jessamine, 30 cents
the city, and they assure uOS that their
.the, University of North Carolina, the patrons and agents throughout the land .I per pound.
University of Georgia, and the Uni- Telegraph Vegetable Markets. will receive their goods as promptly as Write for Circular giving full direc-
Special to the };'r.ouIDAl.JIsPATClI: tions for gathering etc.Meteorological..
fire had Philadelphia -
versity and the Agricultural Collegeof though no occurred.-
May 14.
Alabama, the University and Agri- NEW YORK, May 20, 1887. --.-- -
cultural College of Mississippi-eight Washington Navel Buds .
Florida Strawberries, fair to good,
State institutions in States contiguousor per qt ll'@ I5c Can furnish the genuine WashingtonNavel
Florida Oranges,medium i bright t per buds, Guaranteed true to name. ,
near; to_ Florida-possess buildings, box ...... . 300@4 00 : I
Delivered in first-class condition at .. .. ..
. . your : : : .. <
II .. ..
grounds, apparatus, etc., whose aggre- Florida Oranges, Russets 2 00@3 0J( I JaqJuu\ : : c: as_:
Florida Oranges, poor . 1 50W2 oo nearest post office or express office, $20 -- ..1S
gate value is $1,520,600 ; that is an Florida Irish Potatoes.prime per bbl 4 50@3 50 per M in thousand lots. As to my reliability r- lap3'18 e5B.IaeV w'i000 7

of $240,075 to each institu- Florida Cucumbers. per crate 2Fla. tlO refer to G. D. Clifford, G. H. o J ;if' 3DI
f average Beans, Wax ...............per crate @ ;_;jJ ; --- '
tion ; their average income is each round............. 00 Norton, D. H. Kline, Eustis, Fla.; R. W. M .
"fiat.. ......... ...... 00 Pierce, Indian Springs Fla. g 11PltUnH{ OO0)8 't-" 0
$29,890.75. If this is the annual cost Fla. Beets...........f......."..)....... 113 25 Address: O-) E-4 of maintaining colleges of only mod- Florida Cabbage per bbl 50 C. S. BURGESS, >... 0 "3a
f ..
Florida Squash, white .per crate 50 ..
erately high_ grade in those States, will Florida Squash, yellow 150175( Mgr.Riverside Nurseries, Riverside, Cal. : n olaA I Qlr- :.:: -tlOg ;*+:
anybody assert that anything more Florida Tomatoes.. ... ...per crate 2 50 3 00 Gaining: In Popularity Dally. :$ -- OD"a
) -
than a pretty good high school can be Eastern Messrs. J. H. Scull & Bro., Pine Bluff, L: :-.f. I 'nolha1IQW ;:;:.:>
Agent. Ark., : 'We enclose herewith a few :::- ':I. 2Z14Z&o
supported in Florida on twelve thou- Special Dispatch to the FLORIDA DISPATCH. testimonials on Hughes' Tonic. So far a M4<.I. .I I __ ___ _____ eIfII;
sand or fifteen thousand five hundred extends it has given ..LJ = .rn
NEW YORK, May 19, 1887. as our knowledge -
dollars ? other chill .' ... '; .9Q1p- Jpunq S3333S8I mM
satisfaction than
The falling off in receipts of cabbage more any -:; | !pus saqouiui{ { o
And what, pray, is the use of the from Florida has caused an advance In tonic we have sold. The increase in our J E (HBJUIBJX uua .:

State maintaining a high school in prices. and choice sold at $3 to $3,35; if sales, both wholesale and retail, is an indication ._. X I' ------ aS_n '

over-ripe, however, it will not arrive in that it is gaining in popularitydaily.
Gainesville and another of but little g
{ 3c.
good condition. The receipts! of tomatoes 1cf..c" 1--- t'-F' -N C4
higher grade' in Lake City ? Those & Co. ;; < : ]( I .
are large but prices will hold favor- R. A. Robinson 8 ___ -- ,0( ,,,
.1 .i "
Wholesale 0
towns are able to do that themselves.: able for some time to come, the demand Druggists Louisville. Ky. t. r wnUIIUU( I 3333233: m -s::

Moreover, there are already quite a being large; beans, wax $3 to 4, green Sold at retail by Druggists generally. o Q.t. '' I ------- ii 4)M

number of good high schools .in the I $1 to $3; ship none but young growth; van Epp! Howard. 4 Euatis, Fla. 1-;.,. I ;: ::2a W6'n
cucumbers worth $2 $4
very scarce, to ;
State. Why! not have at least one squash $4; potatoes $4 to $5.50. Out- Grove contractor and agent. Land 2385

college? Why not let the $12,000, look for firm prices. G. S. PALMER. cleared, set with orange trees and taken .O 'ialaalorBII I. 8-00-;;8 ) : mS1BI

which is to go where it is not needed, i care of. Trees furnished. Taxes paid. C') uuaN oddd.) 144)J.
PHILADELPHIA,PA., May20,1887. I c- : .t.t
Satisfaction Terms mOder- 235
be combined with' the $15,000 into guaranteed. .=
Special Dispatch : i ate. o -- ---0o4)
total of $25,000, and put where. it Choice potatoes $5.50 to $6' seconds 4 : i : : !:P : 0
o i
will do the most ? Would that soundtomatoes Live IVIa.il Wanted.A .., J: jO;
good $3 to $4; sound cabbage,$2 to $3; ::.,.f 'mI.-: :ac
not be statesmanship ? We could $2 to $3; cukes, $3 to $4; Live and energetic man wanted to 3 c -ad--- ce I

thus have what the State needs much squash, $1 to $1.00; egg plants, $3 to $4; canvass for one of the leading publica- E H< -;....; .... S,as,'i'0 .a.a! rat
Peen-to peaches, $4 to $6; satisfactory tions in Florida. Address -,... =: .; ::,'::n:: f' Y E-4

a'college.. .. demand for good stock. PUBUSHKB DISPATCH. "d :::::M;!: 'a: ;ClxxmmA ; ;;
By'a college don't mean an insti- PAMCOAST & GRIFFITHS. Jacksonville, Fla. &: E-4 3H

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,444: --=THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. -- [MAY 23 1887.

I find on investigation that they are quite sure that the rapidity with which water, it is safe to use one ounce of
Entomology. spreading very ,rapidly. In conversation : your orange orchards have been and poison to five gallons ; or, the same
with J. 0. Matthews\ I learn are being converted into town blocks proportion, one pound to eighty gal-
from that gentlemen that while in and town lots has marked influence on lons. Either of thee two substances
For the FLORIDA..DI8PATCU ORANGE INSECTS.: Tallahassee a few day since he met a the spread and increase of these scale may be applied for such leaf-eating
gentleman from Orange county and insects ; for no sooner does the owner insects as do not affect fruits or vege-
one from the Indian River, who statedto of a grove subdivide and sell it than tables, that are to be used soon after
Questions from CorrespondentsWith him they had noticed its appear- the different new owners allow it to the application. Potato beetles ofvarious
Replies from Professor ance in their section. Mr.\ Matthewsat "run to grass," so to speak, and for species, cucumber beetles, can-
Ashmead. that time had not noticed it, but miles around all your thriving and ker worms, and the various leaf-eating
Griffith .RoW ,Okakumpka, Florida. upon his return home found it already growing centers of population may be larvae that attack the foliage of fruitor
-I send some insects, you would greatly in his grove and on the increase.I found neglected orchards upon which shade trees, may all be destroyedby
oblige by telling me through your notice this insect feeds upon the the insects are reveling and multiplying the application of these insecticides.
journal way. 'destroy them, and cuticule of the leaf and detaches it at and scattering into those whichare There seems to be no satisfactory reap
'their' awe. They live on the young the lobes when it falls to the ground. more carefully cultivated. To son why their application to preventthe
;shoots and appear to be without number. Some advance the theory that it is this cause is, in my judgment, due ravages to the codling moth in the
,The growth of these young trees caused by the use of tobacco stems for very much of the rapid reinfesting of apple orchard, should not become
is'being entirely destroyed. fertilizing, some claim it i is caused by these cultivated orchards." general among orchardists. Alreadythe
REPLY.-The "bugs" sent by Mr.Rowl \ the use of the various commercial fer- Speakibg of the danger of this scale practice largely prevails in the
,'from:Okakumpka,are raresnout tilizers. I have used both and find it spreading from place to place, Mr. great fruit-growing districts of Western
beetles (Chalcodermus ceneus.) I have about equally distributed. Lelong said he had shot birds with the New York, and is rapidly becom
taken it at times near Jacksonville, There are shipped from this lake larva of scales in their plumage. Meta ing popular in other States. While J
but never on, the orange tree. Its at- nearly 500,000 boxes of oranges, and lady on the cars with orange blossoms arsenic is sometimes recommended as
tacking the orange tree, if it does, is the appearance of this new pest causesno in her possession and found them a substitute, for the arsenites above
,hew to me, and must be a newly acquired little uneasiness, (if such it provesto full of young scale. Had frequently mentioned (Paris green and London
/ habit. If the larva of this bf.REPLY.. found them on rosebuds worn and in purple,) it has the great objection thatit
beetle are formed in the new shoots, I .-The orange leaves sent by bouquets being carried about the scalds the foliage to a very much
should be pleased to receive s me for your correspondent > from Citra were streets. greater extent than either of the
study and descriptive purpose. received in a dried up condition and And we have here in Florida cause others. Still it may sometimes be
M. L. Heyer, Tarpon Springs, not a single insect could be found on for thankfulness for not having sucha available when the others are not, and
Florida: Will you please give me them. However, they presented the pest to contend with. Judging from possibly may occasionally, in the
'I the'remedy, (if there is one,) for lice appearance of having been effected the remarks of Prof: Riley in referringto hands of judicious persons, be preferable
on' plants? My cucumber and turnip with the new orange mite (Tetrany- Riverside being free from it, what a to them for application over large
patches have been entirely destioyed chas till-arum,) which has been denre relief it is to get from a scale-infected areas, as it is soluble in heated water,
by them, have used whale oil soap and dating groves in various parts of the region, with the attending: evils of and hence does not clog the nozzle
insect powder to no purpose. State. Professor, H. G. Huiibard and blighted and withering growth, smut- through which it is applied. It may
.REPLY.-The,plant lice mentioned myself have several times* expatiatedupon tiness and unmarketable fruit, into a be easily prepared by simply dissolving
by your Tarpon Springs correspondent this mite in your columns, vide neighborhood yet exempt from these in boiling water, in the proportion of
:, is the Melon\ Aphis (Aphis Professor Hubbard's remarks and pests like this enterprising locality in an ounce of arsenic to a quart of water,
citralli, Ashmead) briefly described by remedies, in last years DISPATCH. It which you meet and then diluting the mixture thus
the writer in the FLORIDA DISPATCH, seems to be more particularly plentiful It's no wonder, as Mr. L. M.\ Holt, formed in the proportion of one quartto
1882. It was afterwards recnristened and troublesome in hot, dry editor of the Riverside Pres8, of 16th fifteen gallons]) of water.Western
Aphis cucumeris, by Professor S. A. weather. A sulphur wash or a dilu- of April says, that "Southern California Rural.
Forbes, State Entomologist of Illinois, ted Thymo-cresol wash will kill the was at present more interested in .. .
'in his Twelfth Report, 1883, page 83, pests. corner lots than in fruit raising," Beneficial Insects.
under the impression it was an unde- -- .------ that "dollars and cents were what the Beetles are not the only beneficial
scribed species. My\ name, of course, For the FLORIDA DISPATCH : people+ were after." "\V."
insects far the
by mtans by
. will take precedence. It is a verywidespread The White Scale in California. HH any ;
and destructive species Judging.from the proceedings of Paris Green and London Purple. greater number are found among the
extending from the Florida Keys into the recent Fruit Growers' Annual Paris Green may be applied mixed Hymenoptera. This order includesthe
most' of the Eastern States, and has Convention, held in Riverside, Cal.! with water, or in a dry state. The parasitic Ichneumon, which
been noticed as far west as Illinois as published in the Riverside Frets, it former mode is preferred. Mix\ one range all the way from flies an inch or
and Missouri.I looks as if in the near future the ounce with three gallons of water, or "more in length, to minute species
have been unable to study the white scale would take pretty general a pound in fifty gallons.) London scarcely visible to the naked eye. The
species in the field, but no doubt like possession of the orange groves in the purple is a newer insecticide than larger kinds deposit only one egg in
other aphids, it will be found para- State. Prof: Riley in his address, Paris green, and Dr. Lintner gives each victim, while some of the smaller
sitized by chalcids, braconids and speaking of this insect, says : these reasons for preferring it to the lat- leave their entire complement of eggs.
other parasites. Externally, Coccin- "It is at present widely distributedin ter: "It is of nearly uniform strength, on one caterpillar. A _well known ..
ella-beetles, Chrysopa and Syrphid the State, and a very lull accountof and as its production is much in excess example, which is familiar to most
flies are known to feed upon them. its distribution kindly furnished to of demand, it does not pay the manufacturer gardeners, may be found in the tomato-
Remedy.-Take one pound of me by Mr. Matthew Cooke shows that to adulterate it by mixture worm. A small black microgaster fly
powdered helleborre and mix it in there are some ten infested districts, with any other substance. As mixed goes peering about among the tomato
twenty-five gallons of water and spray namely : Six in the counties of for use it is far less poisonous than vines until it espies a worm on whichit
over infested plants. Marin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sac- Paris green, as shown from its having lays its eggs.
Another remedy which I have found ramento, Sonoma and Napa, and four been eaten by persons without serious These soon hatch, and the tiny larvae
effectual in destroying aphids on grape in the counties of Santa Barbara and harm. It is more adhesive to vegeta- eat their way into the worm and are
and orange and in the insect pests is Los Angeles. And while the tion, and therefore not as readily soon thickly packed between the skin
Thymo-Cresol. This is a preparationmade greatest co-operation should be urged, washed away by rains. Its effects are and vital organs, where they eat all
I think, from an Australian and, if possible, enforced, in battling more permanent, as from its fine state the substance that would otherwise go
gum ; it is put up in cans and for sale with these insect pests ; yet so far as of pulverization it is partially absorbedby to make the future moth, and their
by T. W. Lawford & Co., agents, No. this particular species is concerned, no the leaves. The color that.it, imparts presence does not prevent the worm
296 East Chase street, Baltimore, human endeavor can now exterminateit l+ to the vegetation shows its application from eating and growing, until the little -
Maryland. from the country. It has come totay. and may serve to prevent the parasites are full fed, when they
A can to experiment with, was sent But I would lay I! careless use of poisoned plants; for: eat their way out of their,host, ,and
to me last summer ; it is an excellentand stress upon this conviction which has food. In its condition of a very fine each stands on end and spins for itselfa
trustworthy preparation and I forced itself upon me after a pretty powder it admits of a more thorough tiny white cocoon. Sometimes these
can heartily endorse it. extended experience of the country, admixture, when used dry, and is cocoons are so numerous that the back
No'better preparation or a surer namely,that, however much you should more easily kept in suspension in water of the worm is almost entirely.covered
cure can be found for killing the encourage all co-operative efforts to ." with them, and now ,it, shrivels and
"fleas" causing the "sore-head" in prevent such transferring and spreadof Mr. Clarence M. Reed, as reportedin rapidly shrinks in size and soon dies.
Florida fowls, than Thymo-cresol. injurious pests, they cannot be fully the Illinois State Horticultural Re- And this work of destruction is con- ..
A. S. Kells, Citra, Florida: Whatis exterminated when once they obtain a port, says that if the Purple is applied stantly going on all around us. .
the insect on enclosed leaves and foothold, and in the end each individual dry, mix one part by weight of the Were it not for these parasites, vegetation -
the remedytherefore ? I have made fruit grower must de'pend on his poison to forty parts of flour, and siftor could scarcely exist on the
dilligent inquiries in regard to same. own efforts. But I am dust on in the usual manner. In earth.Am. Agriculturist.





grow elsewhere, flourish as ID their division of labor, produced the exam- trees in June. I would be !glad to
ploridiana native element, then you will have ple, namely : "The south raises cotton learn of .those who have had experience -
some conception of what this State can and' sends it to New England to be in lemon growing and marketing -
For the FLOUIDA- DISPATCH. do. It is grand in its possibilities.An converted into cloths ; to produce andto as to the advisableness of planting -
THE NEW SOUTH. old gentleman from the red hills manufacture, she, the South, cannot groves of the Villa Franca and
of Alabama, now seventy-five years do." The now South has exploded Belair Premium. Will lemons gathered -
The Possibilities of Florida-The o'd, and very feeble, said to me yes this idea, and as she gathers strengthshe when one and a half inches in
Thrifty Farmer who 'Lives at terday : "I plant all the year round, will obliterate it. From this time diameter, before grown, (green, un-
Home-The Outlook for Truck- before one crop is gathered, I plant henceforth, this illustration is foreignto matured,) and heated in a close room
ers-Education-A New Rail- another in the same ground. I have the subject. The first orange boxes with temperature 110 to 115 degrees,
road, etc. corn up in my beans." I asked : Do 1 saw last autumn, were from Bangor, for ten to twelve hours, and then colored -
By permission we publish another you raise corn enough to do you ?" Maine, made of birch with Hckory or bleached by fumigating with
letter Florida written "Oh, yes, I have old corn now, I hoops. The answer to my i iiiquiry: burning sulphur and then wrappedand
interesting on planted only five acres last year ; I 'Why send to Maine ?" was 'It makes shipped to New York, sell at such
f by our correspondent, Miss 8.; Smith, fed two horses the most of the year the fruit more valuable." Our, truckers prices as to make it profitable to raise
N of Oxford, Florida, to a friend in and all of the year pigs and chickens." are now buying their boxes at them ? I would like to be enlightenedon
I Birmingham, Ala. The subjoined letter This frail,honest, consciencious,highly I Conant, a town eight miles distant, this subject. We estimate a light
which we give with but slight esteemed old gentleman "lives at :. made of Florida pine. Beauties theyare. crop of oranges from Indian River
home." out of debt, and brings orange "Why not raise your vegetableseed the ensuing season. Trees bloomedfull
date of 28th
abridgment, came April trees into bearing from the seed in ?" "Because ten days make a and have taken on a very ]luxuriant -
1887 : four years. He believes in Florida, great difference in the market. Northern growth, but from some cause,
"Doubtless you imagine that I because it suits him in his old age. raised seed yield earlier vegeta- have cast off'so much of their fruit as
will soon exhaust the subject Florida.I The soil i is. easily cultivated and responds bles." The sooner this idea is exploded to make the crop short. We learn
have 110 fear; like the kaleidoscopewith generously to proper cultiva- the more money in the crop. that a syndicate has just purchasedlands
its many reflecting surfaces, it is tion. A few acres well cultivated, is Good cultivation, everything else favorable at Eden, eighty miles south of
ever presenting to the eye a variety of his motto. He is sensible. Just as will make up for the deficiencyin Rock Ledge, Indian River and pro-
beautiful colors and symmetrical his first beans were ready to pick 1 time. Some say the seed will' not pose to establish a large hotel canning
forms-that is natural Florida-the called to see him and his family. In keep. Before garden seed became an factory, pine-apple grove, and build a
perverted illusion as is the way of all speaking of over production and glutting article of commodity, what did these steamboat to run between Hotel In
false representations, is pleasing until the markets with vegetables, he Floridians away off from all transpor- dian River, Rockledge and Eden
the truth gets out. remarked : "Beans and squashes are tation do for seed ? Canning the fruits hotel, easy stages of daylight trips from
When I wrote you last, a disastrous quite as good as corn for my horse and( and vegetables that are left on the Rockledge to Eden and from Edento 4
visitation, about the 27th of February, cow, and hogs. Last year I fed my ground to rot, and making starch for L'Orient which is located upon a
in the ,form of frost and freeze, _had pony thirty-three squashes, which I table and laundry out of the cassava, pretty body of pine land forty to sixty
lowered several degrees the exuber- found equal to thirty-three ears of will add much more to the prosperityof feet altitude, in latitude 2710', free .
ance of beans, and truckers. The corn. He flourishes on his feed, so I a town than ten thousand spent ina from frosts, where the pine-apple,
depression remained ,unchanged ,until always plant ; if there is no marketfor hotel to stand unoccupied nine mango, avocado pear, sugar apple,
;'March 19th, when a sudden tumble of them I have a market at home." months out of twelve.To cocoanuts, and other tropical growthswill
the mercury decided the fate of manyof The idea to me was as arausi ig as give you some idea of the prog- luxuriate in the soft, balmy air
both classes. Patches not exceeding novel. It is such evidences as this old ress made in educational facilities in a of the Atlantic Ocean, tempered by
one-quarter of a mile' apart, sim- gentleman gives, that shows up this few; brief years, I copy the following the Gulf stream, whose waters are so
ilarly located, same character of soil, particular part of the State in its true from the report of Hon. A. J. Russell, very warm as to make it delightful
sustained different degrees of damage, light. It is conceded that the pine Florida's efficient Superintendent of bathing in mid-winter. It is proposed,
difference in, time of planting one : lands of this locality are.very superior. Public Instruction. Florida has now and twenty acres of selected land stt
week. The. later. and the more promising To-day, while the rain was fallingan about 2,000 public schools in opera- aside for establishing a Botanical
were killed 'out\ and out, ,the all day rain-I looked out and sawa tion, one school for every 175 inhabi- Garden, other plats for parks, public
earlier weathered the blast, and are herd of cattle jogging on the burn tants. "The number of schools in the hall, churches, business lots, and extending -
now yielding in "returns" a most gratifying near by. I recognized in the numberat State in 1884 was 1.504 ; 1885,1,724; back into resident lots and
result "Timber protection" is least six yonng calves, the oldest in 1886, 1919.; The attendance in grove plats of five to ten acres each.
highly prized the year round especially not exceeding six weeks.h'What a 1885, 62,325 ; in 1886, 70,992." This Company starts out with 12,000acres
agaInst'' the extremes of heat waste what neglect !" I at once hear -It rejoices the peninsula part of of land, portions of it as fine
and cold, but when Jack,Frost takes you exclaim ; so you may in that region Florida! to know that at no distant day hammock as any in th* State, and a
one stalk and spares the one by its where iron is all the go. But shorter and more direct route to the paid up capital stoc .f 8120,000.
side, it confuses us,.and we inadvert: this will explain to you the reason interior of Alabama and to the West This is a new town just being estab-
antly inquire into the cause. Cold comes I that Florida cows in general are not will be constructed for the general lished, and we learn that ten acres of
in streaks and straight lines, is the gen good milkers, they suffer in the lack of good. The cheering news we obtain selected, suitable land will be donatedto
erally accepted instruction. What IS that prompt, uniform and careful at- from Birmingham of the work already any competent influential physicianor
t your opinion ? In view of this disaster tention conceded to be indispensable to begun, tends to lift the average Flor- party who will establish a Sanita ,
'the railroads and commission the proper development of milk se idian out of gloom and despondency.While rium here, where the pure, ,balmy
agents will suffer in the purse. Oppression cretions. This herd was doubtless the waiting its completion, a revo- ocean atmosphere, will cure almost
and breach of trust invariablyrun property of one il*lividual. If you lution will have taken place in Florida any disease the human system is heirto.
a short race.. In the meantime were to call at his residence and ask pursuits, new towns set on foot, other Truly it will prove the "out door
those Floridians, who have engaged for a cup of milk ora pound of butter, railroads connecting important points, Sanitarium of America. Also ten
wildly in the trucking business in] the the reply would be: "We milk twentycows schools, [colleges, Chautauquas, now acres of nice land, pretty site, will be
past to the neglect of raising home but barely get milk and butterto numbering three, churches increasingin given to any one who will build a
supplies, and are now about,swallowedup supply our actual wants." The interest and influence. Altogethera 820,000 hotel. Health pleasure, fish,
in mortgages, held by merchantswho cows are turned out, calves and all, more flourishing and hopeful state oysters, sailing, rowing, bathing and
fed them, ''fill assuredly profit by when winter comes, to shift for them- of affairs than now exists. -gunning-, as good as can be found.
their rough experience. So, "all is selves. It is too much trouble and too Corn is tasseling, oats ripening, to- C. B. MAGRUDER,
well that ends well." This business is expensive to keep a cow through the matoes and melons looking well, field Rockledge_ April__ Si,.1837.
new,;"shipping oranges is new ; transportation winter ; hence, no butter except from crops bountiful-on the whole the out- -- "--W ""'"' "
is new : the .population. is Northern or Western dairies. look for full barns and plenty of home St. Augustine! Weekly.The workof
hew ;"'everything'',but the pine' trees, How charming here after a rain made supplies excellent. With this ) driving piles for the foundation of
sand, lakes, and the old, old State, is While I am writing, ladies, girls and cheering prospect, I bid you adieu for the Alcazar is progressing very rapidly -
new. Then his not strange'that fatal children are promenading here and another two months.For ; two steam pile drivers and a hori-
mistakes made the native and there zontal circular saw are in constant
,are, ,enjoying the solid walking, while
the FLORIDA DISPATCH:. motion hours of each
ten day. The
immigrants run to excesses. When a: the farmers are setting out potato slips,
of its Indian River Notes. saw works at the end of a perpendicular -
proper' appreciation advantagesin hoeing corn and sugar cane or working -
climate and' products are realized, a the garden. We have had fine rains, and are now shaft about three feet below the
change will come, and such a change. I .Necessity is _a most successful planting sweet potatoes, sowing beans, :Mirface of the ground, and cuts off the
Do not' forget that almost i every fruit, teacher, as well jj the mother of invention okra, squashes, etc., for summer and :largest piles at uniform height with
vegetable,'cereal and textile cultivatedin When I was at the "Jud- fall use.Ve are plowing over our :astonishing rapidity.The .
all the world outside, not in the son" attending school, our instructor groves and planting peas for fertiliz flow of water at the Ponce de
United States, will grow here, and in Political Economy to illustrate be- ing purposes. Also preparing land Leon artesian well, St. Augustine exceeds
many, very many. kinds that will not fore the class the importance of the for setting out more orange and lemon 10,000,000 gallons per ..lay.I .

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DISPATCH. [MAY 23,1887.State .
newspapers, including two dailies, Or- weighing 18 pounds, grown on his pal- The Ft. Meade Pioneer reports an

{ ) Items, lando having six out of the nineteen.A metto place, four miles from town.- orange tree near that place four years

: :: ::: : collard grown at Kissimmee meas- Seville Independent. old from the seed, that measures fifteen

-Condensed from our Exchanges. ured four feet eight inches across and Dr. B. F. Corey left us a sample of inches in circumference and has a fine

weighed sixteen and one half pounds.A ye raised on Florida soil, without cultivation crop of oranges on it-probably 500,

Early lemons are ripening. row of radishes, 120 feet long, ; some of the stalks are sixty- and a three year old Peen-to peachtree

Guavas are ripening,at Yalaha. near Jasper, averaged eighteen inchesin four inches in length, and all are! well which has more than a bushel of

A fine crop of peaches at Pittman. length ; one measured twenty-six headed.-Sanford Argus.Dr. peaches on it ; they are turning: ripe.

Apricots ripe at Green Cove Springs.A inches.J. H. W. Johnson handed us six Mr. D. F. Gramling brought to our

B. Shute brought us a beautiful handsome specimens of Early Rose office on Wednesday a fine lot of new
fine of is
Keuka.crop peaches reportedat ripe Peen-to peach, which is probablythe Irish potatoes, the six weighing five Irish potatoes, ripe and ready for

first of the season.Orlando Re- pounds, and they were beauties in shipment, a part of his crops which he
Tobaoco'plants are looking finely porter. their; way.-Plant City Courier. was shipping that day, and a sampleof
around Quincy.The his of seventy-five acres of
The Gainesville Advocate The Squashes, corn, cabbage, tomatoes
says : green
in full
farmers will oats, measuring five anda
Quincy soon com-
of is onions beans, lettuce radishes
shipment vegetables now so great ,
feet in length.-The Floridiun.
mence cutting
that many trains are delayed on that and new potatoes are in market at
At South Apopka grapes will be account.. Eustis. Among the fruits are oranges, The South Florida Railroad Company -
this recognizes the fact that a beautiful -
. plentiful season.Watermelons Apopka has a curiosity in the shapeof lemons, strawberries and blackberries.
garden is of the at-
have made their appearance a four-legged, three-winged turkey, Vegetation which has been rather one greatest
tractions of a Florida town and is
in Kissimmee. just hatched, which has been preservedin backward this spring has at last takena ,
now having the plat of between
ground -
Good stands of cotton are reportedby alcohol.A start and is spreading itself. The
the freight and depots
Madison county farmers. hen at Oxford has laid an egg bountiful rains recently and genial filled in for the passenger of laying-
The first plums of the season appeared every day since the 15th of December, sunshine have done the work.-Madison it out in shell walks and planting it .

in Tallahassee last week. or about 135 eggs without a single in- Recorder.The in flowers.Tampa Tribune.

termission.The schooners Wabash and
Several car loads of Ruge
oranges were Tampa Journal : Onyesterday we
shipped from Daytona last week. new steamer Lake Worth, builtat were in from the sponge reefs this were shown a cake of as fine Jersey
week. The former had 105 bunchesof
O. P. Rooks, of Gardenia, has 1,000 Jacksonville for business on the butter as we ever saw in any marketin
lake by that name has arrived at her sponge which brought $222 The
guava trees loaded down with fruit. the North, or as fine as was ever
latter had 157 bunches which
destination.Pine .
made in section. It had the
The first shipment of tomatoes from 38115. Times.A any
Anthony netted something over $5.00.A Level Times.-The orange Apalachicola golden hue, the fine flavor, and the
groves in this neighborhood are look- Boston( ship owner is said to have solidity 'of real genuine Jersey butter.

four dollar hog destroyed a $40 ing beautiful 1, and are loaded with offered,' if he could get a cargo of 10,. Although it had not been on ice, yetit

crop of cucumbers at Clear \Vater last young fruit. 000 boxes at fifty cents per box, to was as solid though it had been

week. Mr. Elmer Townsend, of Blue 'transport them to London market taken from a refrigerator.A .
Field crops in Bradford county are I from some port in Florida, as an experiment -
Springs, planted grape fruit seed, Honey peach tree at Barberville,
looking well considering the late and if successful, would establish -
in which and Volusia from
February came up are line. county, only two years t
spring. now in bloom. a the seed, measures eight and one-half

About 2.50 crates of vegetables are The first peaches the season came A report from Richland, Fla., dated inches around the body and twelve and

shipped from Ocala weekly for Northern into Palatka market from Evanston, May 9, says : Peen to peaches half a three-quarter feet across the top. On .

markets. May 13th. They retailed at fifty crop and just beginning to ripen. the same f.lace there is a mulberrytree

Major Rooks, of Fruitland Park, cents per dozen.B. Honey peaches few or none, Thurber of the same age, the trunk ,of

has added a thousand trees to his large L. Hickman of Kerr peaches none. Very few Japanese which is twelve inches in circumference. -
City, has
peach orchard. Persimmons this year. The Delaare The tree is fifteen feet high and
had three
crops of fine large Irish
The first lot of for the grape crop i is very good twenty feet across the top.
green corn potatoes from one piece of land in one
season appeared in the Sanford mar- year without fertilizer.A An Egyptian red beet, grown in The wood supply of South Floridais

ket, April 30th. the garden of Colonel R. H. Gamble] being consumed at a rapid rate, and
Catley guava, at Orange City, was on exhibition at the store of Byrd
in a few more it will be
The steamer Rock ledge old years scarce.
transported two but two feet
only high,
years & Denham, Tallahassee, this week. It The supply now seems inexhaustiblebut
nearly 9,000 passengers during the now holds 750 perfectly formed
measured thirty-one inches in circum-
the railroads the
throughout country -
season just
past.Cantaloupes by actual count.
guavas ference and and
weighed seventeen a are consuming it very fast. When
and Nutmeg melonsare The strawberry season is about over. half pounds.-The Floridian. their wood supply runs out just callon
being shipped from Ocklawaha Growers '
received good prices this There is now on exhibition at Mr. Middle Florida, and your will be

station to Atlanta. year, and several netted satisfactory E. L. Evans' stole, a cabbage weigh- supplied. We have countless acres of

The truckers about Bloomingdaleare results.-Ocala Free Press. ing twenty-four pounds. Two others the best wood to be found in the State.

putting their gardens into sugar Daytona has a head of black seeded were taken from the same patch which -Madison Recorder.

cane and forage crops. Simpson lettuce, a curly green variety, weighed nineteen pounds each, and I Mr. William Bell and Mr. John de

Blackbirds are playing havoc with which measured five feet in circum- the cabbages have received no extra LaRua inform us that they have

the oats, and shot-gun war should be ference and weighed five pounds. cultivation.-Fort Myers Press. English walnut trees which are now

declared against them. five years old and which have fruited
Manatee The railroad is having
Advocate.-Large ship- company a
Peach and LeCunte pear trees loaded ments of vegetables are flow being fine iron hull steamer built for the and will be bearing this year. These
with fruit at Waldo. A good show of trees have grown from the nut and .
made from Terra Ceia, Palmetto and winter season to run from Titusville to
grapes is also reported. Ellenton, and good prices prevail. Melbourne, and Tysen, Smith & Co., not from imported scions, so that we '

Lake Worth tomatoes are going The in Sumter are building( a fine stern-wheel boat to may count on the growing of English
crops county are walnuts here In fact the
as a success. .
forward in large quantities, one ves- looking finely and the farmers are run in connection from Melbourne to
walnut is ahead of which
sel carrying 700 crates. Eden, thus giving a daylight trip pecans were
in of
already smiling anticipation the planted at the same time and in the
Three-eighths of an acre of cabbage rich harvest they will gather soon. through. same soil.-Pensacola Commercial.

near Ocala, has yielded seventyfivecrates One man near Oxford gatheredfrom Saturday evening the surveyors got Captain Rose, of Kissimmee, seemsto

netting $2.25 per crate.P one ninth of an acre of land, down as far as beautiful Island. They[ have implicit faith in Florida. He

D. Eclesheimer, of Winter Haven near 600 quarts of berries, for whichhe will survey the river to the mouth and has started a six-hundred-acre sugar

has realized about $600 from one received $130 clear of expenses. out as far as the outer buoy at Sanibel! farm near Kissimmee. He has put in

acre of strawberries this seaon. Plant City Courier: Cucumbershave Island. One man avers that they fifty-five thousand dollars' worth of
The Floridian found 900 more bends in the Caloosa- machinery for the and
says : Raspberry been retailing at one-half cent grinding cane
bushes are fruiting prolifically in the each. Ripe canteloupes and roasting : hatchee than is down on the maps.- sugar-making:, and intends enlarging
Fort Press.
Tallahassee country this season. ears in market. Notbad for April 30.I Myers his acreage to seven hundred acies.

A three acre cabbage near Mr. Venning, of Plant City, bought, The lands selected for the purpose are
crop Dr. Holmes of Indian
Titusville has realized $900, with the writes : last fall, seventy cents worth of Ber some that were drained by the Okee-
I have found
occasionally umiblicated muda onion seed from which he has chobee The
'"-*.shipments to be heard from. Drainage Company. Captain
trees of other
"' oranges on varieties raised with very little fertilizer twelve now has sugar cane waist high,
_. farmers around Oxford
) when there
are were no blooming Navels
dollars worth of onions. Two of these where he formerly ran a steamboat.
planting largely this year in cotton, nearer than a mile.
onions weighed two and a half poundsand Where his residence now stands was
corn) potatoes and other farm crops. Col. W. G. Mann presented us on each measured sixteen and a half: formerly the finest of fishing grounds.

range county supports, nineteen Wednesday with a monster turnip inches in circumference. -

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breeding season. They do not haveto Many thousands of persons live in regions HARDWARE !

Poultry and fIpia.tr he forced to eat it as many are led where Malaria prevails in such

to su PP.s( but will eat it of their own quantity every season, that every ,-
stranger coming among them will havean ..
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. accord quite greedily, and seem to relish attack of chills. The old residents >',

The Best Breed for Florida. it, and it is really wonderful to see are full of the poison also; they often :
how much they will devour when they feel miserable, but don't know the cause, I
We are often asked, which we con have the opportunity especially if A dose or two of Shellenberger's Anti-I GEO. L. McCoNiHE
dote for :Malaria would lift them into ,
eider the best breed of fowls suitable
they have been deprived of it before.
4' perfect health at once. Sold by dealers.
to this climate. It simply a.matterof
Sit ce the charcoal thus acts as a

preference, as any will do, provided cleanser tQ the system of the fowls, (New Bulldlngiat Old Stand.)

you start with a good strain. Barn- it is quite valuable as a preventativeof PINEAPPLE SLIPS.

yard fowls produce lots of cackle, and disease, and in this respect alone it
but few eggs. They are dear at any will a great deal more than pay for .40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

price. It costs no more to keep a good the and trouble of .
expense obtainingand Red Spanish or Key Largo, Large, $13.50
V bird than a poor one, and will more preparing it. It is one of the per 1,000; $115 per 10,000.
than both as meat and Red Spanish or Key Largo,Small,$11.50 per
repay egg pro best antiseptics we have. Thus it is l.COO; $9o< per lu.OUO.
ducers. Heavy, close feathered vari- to see what a benefit it is Porto Rico,Birdseye, Sugar Loaf and Egyptian -
easy great Hardware, Cutlery Stoves and Tinware
Queen, $1.25 per dozen; $1.50 per 100.
eties do well the
equally as as lighter to fowls, and is bound to give them Cavrmlisli flaunt II It Slickers, not IlouHefurnlshinjj Goods Granite and
breeds, notwithstanding the erroneous: better health and general thrift than Eyes, $8 per 100. Agate Ware Sash, Door, Blinds
Carefully packed and delivered at freight-
idea that our climate is too warm for. could be obtained in any other way. house free of charge. Oils, Agricultural Implements. ,
them. It seems that most Terms, Cash with order. Iron and SteelHope,Belting,
persons 4 References-Win. A. Hours, Tysen, Smith Hose and Packing Pumps.,
think Leghorn and Plymouth Rocks For the FLOIUDA DISPATCH: & Co.
Steam and Water Pipe
succeed the best here, if they would Experience in Keeping Hens. Indian JOHN River IS.:Nurseries REACh, and Fittings, Four

raise other varieties well know I Perhaps of readers
as we some your may Melbourne, Florida. Steel Galvanized
they would find them just as profitable.i be interested in a short statement of _._--- -- -- -- Fence Wire, ,

Mr.: W. C. Steele, in an article in the my experience in keeping hens. I Mantels,

DISPATCH some time ago, stated that, began November 1, 1885, with ninetyone 800,000 ACRES Grates Etc.
"he had.had enough of Light Brahmas fowls of the Brown Leghorn and .

r in Indiana, so wanted nothing more to Black Spanish breed, mixed, "which I

do with them being poor foragers, re- consider a good breed for Florida." At FLORIDA LANDSSituated

quiring to be heavily fed, always wanting the end of four months my account Rent For

' .to set and very difficult to break with poultry showed the following results In the Counties of Nassau Duval'

up, about their only recommendation : Columbia, Suwanpe,Alachua, LaCa"ettela- Orange Lightning PowderFarm.-'Frlend
rion, Ilernando, Sumter Orange
being their large size." That might I had paid out for grain shells, etc., Brevard, Polk, III lis borough, Manatee and and Boss Plows, Dangler 011 Stores,
have been his experience, but it differs $44.50 ; had sold $68.44 worth of Monroe. Perry & Co's Celebrated Stoves and
Ranges, Southern (St. Louis) White
greatly from and also of of and had made twelve barrels of
ours, some eggs, TOWN LOTSIn Lead, Maury's Pure Colors In Oil,
the mostnoted breeders in the country, clear hen manure worth $12. This is Masury's Railroad & Liquid

such aa Williams, Fetch& ,Son, and besides what eggs we used in the fam- the Towns of Kissimmee, Winter Haven, Paints, Fairbanks'*
Gordonvllle, Bartow, Auburndale, Lakeland,
if we are not mistaken,your correspondent ily; the highest price received for Seffher, Mango, Orient,, Eagle Lake, Haskell, Standard Scales.

Dr. Hall, of ,the Poultry Letter, eggs was thirty-five cents per dozen, Kathleen Pemberton.A Kichland. Bade City, Owensboroand .

is quite a fancier of this breed Theyare and the lowest twenty-five cents. My A :\ and Descriptive Notes showing the W.'rk.eGJ-Tln to order.PIANOS Roofing. ,Sheet Iron,Copper and Tin
location of these lands will be furnished on
as good as the Plymouth Rocks, so hen-house was a cheap one, and my application to the Land Departmont of the .

far as foraging is concerned, and do hens had all the range they wished in South Florida Railroad Company. ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS
not require as much feed as the Leg- the pine woods. The last season has GEO. Fox

horns because the latter are always on not been so favorable, as eggs have ., Genuine Bargains. ,

the "go," being ''very active, conse- been very cheap, the highest price received Chief Clerk, -

quently it is natural to suppose they being twenty-five cents and SANFORD, FLA.

need more food to keep them in good down as low as fifteen cents, which i Being Sole Agents In the South for

condition. When Brahmas are once gives but very little pay for the work I GEO. K. COLGROVE, CHICKERING, MASON & HAMLIN, MA-

brought' to the required weight, they of caring for the fowls, and is rather' House, Sign and Ornamental THUSHEK, BENT & ARION

will remain so on the same amount as discouraging for a new beginner, and : PAI N TER.

any of the heavy birds, and on less unless a person has the means to do PIANOS,

than the Leghorns. We have "been with and can wait two or three years Hanging Special,attention Graining given and Boat to Frescoing Painting., Paper

,there," and know "whereof we speak.*' before he realizes any profit from his Fourth Street and Adeline Ave., Springfield, ORGANS-

We have a breeding pen that has laid hens, I would advise him not to go JACKSONVILLE FuA.

f since last November, and only three very heavy into the business.

.* have had any inclination to set, up to A. B. C. MASON & HAMLIN, BAY STATE,

date. That does not look as if they Putnam County Fla PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.
.* Ditson & Co's. SundayschoolMusic
6' were always broody. They don't be- For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. Everyone given benefit of ourone price system -
gin to be as stubborn to break up as "Bound Craw." and pi Ices guaranteed lowest. Easy
ranks with the very best, and no Sunday- terms of payment,and payment of freight assumed -
the Rocks when make
Plymouth they As I am a constant reader of your school management should adopt a new Sing- by us to Purchaser's nearest R. R.or
up their"minds to incubate. valuable and especially the Ing Book without carefully examining one of steamboat landing.
their tried and true" Sunday-school Song
The Light Brahmas stand preemi- Poultry Department, I thought that I Books: -
inent in the public favor as the favor- Voices of Praise.
add bit of experience for the
might a
(to cts., $4.20 per doz.) Rev C. L. Hutchins.
ite among the older breeds but seem I above named application that might be Music and poetry dignified and classical, but VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-
not dull In fact, bright and enthusiastic.
little bred in Florida need ;
they only
beneficial to those interested in raising Very large collection for the money. CORDEONS
to be tried to be appreciated. chickens. Others have tried it Muring On the Way.
may ((35 cts., $3.60 per doz.) By Mrs Jewett.ably
W. 'V".FENDRICH, but I have never seen it in print. assisted by Dr Holbrook whose noble com- and all kinds of small instruments offered at
Breeder of High Class Poultry. positions are known and loved In all the i Illustrated cata-
Send for
lowest our
Last week one of my hens was drooping churches. This, like the book abovementioned prices.
around with her craw swelled out does excellently well for a Vestry logue.
Charcoal as a Disease Preventive.It Singing Book for prayer and praise meetings.
so far as to almost drag on the ground, Songs oi Prom I", *. -
is the liul' things' about the care and she seemed to be in a dying con ((35 cts.,$3.6J per doz.) J. H.Tenney and Rev. I I
and f which E. A. Hoffman-the first highly gifted, mu- I
manag'-"" tit poultry dition. I gave her doses of warm sically, and the second the author of many ArtltttTOateriaU,
need the I'i ."-- trillion' and which hymns of refined and beautiful quality. One
water, and worked her craw with my of the newest books Picture Frames,
have un inij'} ">i ;''hi influence on' the fingers but it did no good. As a ]last Song- irftliip. Fine Picture,
real success and final profit derived (r*5 cts ,$3.60 per doz.) L. O.Emerson and W.
resort, I cut the craw open with a pSherwln.. both celebrated compilers, composers Fancy Good.
from }poultry culture. Charcoal is a and leaders and the latter well-known
knife cleaned it out well and sewed it
Albums, Stationery.
of the music at
small as having charge many
item but
of diet too
poultry again as also the outside skin witha Chnutauqua mcetln s.
often up books, send for lists We can save you money In anything In
neglected, or at least, it does not For other good please
common sewing needle, and to my and catalogues.For Music, ArTor Fancy Goods. Write as for
receive the attention its importance astonishment, in less than halfan hour a lovely little book for the young chil- prices.
deserves.It dren of a Sunday-school,look no further than
the fowl was picking with the other FRESH FLOWERS ((25 cts., $2.40 per doz.,)
seems to have an important chickens, and is now as well as if Emma Pitt. Sweet Hymns, Sweet Music, -

cleansing the fowls influence and on the system of nothing had happened. Pretty Pictures.MAILED FOR RETAIL PRICE. LUDDEN &. BATES S. M.H
is valuable
especially MRS.\ M. G. JOHNSON, OLIVIER DITSON & CO,, Boston
when fed to laying hens during the Jacksonville, Fla., May 8, 1887. C. H. DITSON & Co.,867 Broadway,N. Y. SJAVANNAH!} OA.
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448 =THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.. [MAY t 3,1887.

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Read the indictment as it appearedin r

the DISPATCH of January 24th, y SEEKING

and judge for yourselves : y ( ,
1. "Mr. White has seen fit t to question s ,

2. Mr.; White is guilty of both in- 111 ,
sincerity and disin enuou.8n4 ss in that' r a' i. I..

: he seeks,to C.IDV y the impression that O r RH"ULD

his location is an average indicationof '
the temperature of South Florida." .
3. "Something rotten in Denmark A' AVOID DRUGS, SECRET MEDICINES, ETC.,

here." To all of which I plead not -

guilty. What are the facts ? Here is AND SEND FOR
what the charge is based upon. "Iceat

Oxford and a temperature of sixty-

five degrees here is a wide range for so 0V ""Review or 'Health and
short a distance. This ,
seems almost incredible, and strongly W Renewed .
suggests the necessity of an interrocra-!

tion'point(1)) some where." See DISPATCH 91"RENCI11St'egth f
of .January 3d. I neither PUBLISHED FOR THEIK
"questioned his veracity" nor"dispute! .... .

his temperatures," but placed other ,:- ,...
temperatures by the side of his 1 hat .. "
made them appear "almost incredible." 1\hi y4; .

The want of agreement between the It Treats* on Health, Hygiene, Physical Cultured I
indictment and offence is a very mild REGAINED .
sample of Mr. Brownl e's want of ac- d and Medical Subjects, .

curacy. W
I know nothing of his veracity or j r \ndlsu complete Enc 'clo'n'dia of Information for .Mutteringhumanity
afflicted with long-standlnirchroi.le. nervous, ex-
his want of it, but I do know that his hosting or painful diseases. Every: subject that bears on
statements are often very remote from health and human happiness asked receives ailing attention di Invalids'
the many questions by persons
the truth.; I will give a few examplesfrom and who have despaired of a cure are answered, and valuable information -
E E Is volunteered to all who are in need of medical ad-
his letters to his home the COPIES I
paper, vice. No similar work has ever been published. Every sick
Press and Horticulturist, of Riverside, or Idling person should have It.
California. Jn the issue of February YOUNG AND )nDDI ";-AG"D MEN and others who suffer from nervous and physical debility. exhausted 'Italy! ,. premature decline -,
etc., are especially benefited by consulting its contents. Everything: such sufferers wish to !know is fully given ,In' Its tiages.| if n
5th, speaking of the cold of January need of medical aid or counsel, read before "doctoring" or Investing in medicines or appliance of **? descriptton'and you will save
3d he time, money and disappointment. If using medicine or medical treatment of any kind, read it and learn., the> bt'ttpr way.
: and points outthe
says who profess to practice
THE REVIEW exposes! the frauds practiced lay quacks and medical Imposters
"On the morning of the 3rd the, low- only safe, simple and effective road to health, vigor and bodily ener<"y. ,
Beware of the sham curative articles called Shields, Generators. Girdles, Pads, Brushes, CorsetsJf "?!"?, Plasters! etc now deceptively -
reached here how- them In-
temperature was concerning are
advertised as Electric, Voltaic Magnetic.. These articles are as entirely spurious as '
ever, viz : twenty-six with twentytwoand sidious. This can be easily detected by a simple test which is fully explained in THE REyIt>\> ,
Electric Belts and all curative appliances are treated upon-all about them. Belts on thirty day trial ((1\\and other fallacies re-
a half at Brooksville fifty miles viewed. Thousands of dollars saved nervous debility sufferers and by the advice given. ,
south of this admits Reader, are ;you afflicted, and wish to recover the same degree others strength and energy xper encedln former years'! Do any of
point. Tampa forms,
diseased suffering from ill-health In any of Its many
the following symptoms or class symptoms!' meet your condition? Are you
twenty-six degrees. These temperatures consequent! on a lingering, nervous.chronic, or functional disease? Do you feel nervOUS. debilitated, fretful, timid and lack the power of
unfit for
will and action? Are you subject to loss! of memory, have !spells of fainting fullness of blood in the head, moping
may or may not be correct for stomach, urinary organs, liver or blood in n disordered condition -
business or pleasure, and subject to fits of melancholy? Are your kidneys,
ought I know, but the "fifty miles ? Do you suffer from rheumatism, neuralgia or other aches and pains? Are you timid, nervous and forgetful,. with your mind to restless continually -
business pursuits? Are you subject
for .
dwelling on the subject? Have you lost confidence in )'ourseland energy
south of this point" is far from the nights, broken sleep, nightmare, dreams, palpitation of the he\rt. bashfulness, confusion of ideas, aversion to society, dizziness in the head,
truth. His letter is dated dimness of sight, pimples and blotches on the face and back.and other despondent symptoms? There are thousands of young men, mid ,
at Sumter- dle-aped and old who suffer from nervous and physical debility. There are thousands of females bro ten down in health and spirits,who,
ville and in going thence to Brook- from false modesty or neglect: prolong their suffering.
Why further neglect your health and future happiness, or continue to be dosed, drugged and quacked, when TILE RE\ IEWhlch
ville the southing is only about twelve and vigor? "THE REVIEW," or II EALTII AN lJ
costs you nothing, teaches us the true and only way to permanent health strength
STRENGTH thousands to suffering humanity. THE REVIEW Is now in Its
miles instead of "fifty. REGAINED, contains particulars and information worth
ninth year of publication.Complete .
Sumterville is in town twenty and specimen copies mailed free. Address the pubUsbers.PULVERMAOHER .
Brooksville is in town twenty-two

south. COMPANY, 1164 Broadway, New York.
Seventy-five per cent is a heavy dis- s.

count on an item of distance. Now is the time to apply, as you may not see this notice again. Send your address on postal card to-day, naming this paper.

But in the issue of December 1st --- -------------- ".
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he has a sensational yarn about an In- factured to suit the market lor() which abundant proof of these :statements. ction knows is not true." Exactly t
dian war in Florida- that is subject to they were intended. I have the figures before me but for what "an average indication" mayor

even a greater discount It is too Another sample of his fidelity (?) to the sake of brevity omit them here. .I may not mean I don't know, but 1 do ,.
lengthy to quote and too silly to be the truth is found in the claim that Prof. Agassiz eulogy of Southern California know that our temperature here is a

worthy a moments thought, only as San Diego has "the most even climate has been on duty in the immigration fair wimple of South Florida tempera-

showing that Mr. Brownlee's testimony, in the world" and that Professor Agas- literature of that State for the tures. Going S uth the daily range

is of no value upon any question of Biz said of it, "a climate that has no I II last fifteen years, but wherever I have becomes less with a decrease of lati-' -

fact.We equal." I,j seen it the phase "A climate that has tude to Key West where the temperature -
will compare some of the statements The claim in regard to San Diego no equal," has been wanting until is more even than at any other

with the facts as given by the is false and the record of Prof. Agassiz Mr. B's imagination supplied the defi- point in the United States. The

Key of the Gulf published at Key utterances is falsified in the attempt j ciency. I average daily range for 1884 at San

West : to provH a falsity. Limiting our view'! And now I ask in the name of truth Diego was 14.4 decrees! while at Key
"They can muster 500 All told, there are the United San Whereis West it but 9.9 degrt es.
fighting braves." less than 200 Indians to States, we find( that and ju-tice: Where is honor? was
In the (State. Francisco has a more even climate decency ? Where is shame ? When The third count is "something rot-

cowboys"They accuse of stealing the The Indians have no than San Diego, and so has all the words that he never u'tered are put ten in the '.:;: tate of Denmark here."
their cattle." cattle. Pacific Coast; northward including into the mouth of a dead man for the And this because I failed to tell the

"Their suppressionwould They are peaceably Sitka, in Alaska, and Behring's Island, ignoble purpose of proving a false- readers of the DISPATCH that "in last -
passable.be"well nigh im either inclined arms with or little anunu-of f in Behring Sea. So has thr Gulf h< od. January's ((1886)) freeze Mr. White's

nition. Coast .--f Texas from the mouth of The second count in the indictmentis pine apples were frozen to the ground, .
His letters are a series of slanderous Trinity river to the Rio Grande, and as follows : "I must believe that Mr. whilst across at Rockledge Mr. S. S.
diatribes bearing upon< their face all of the coast line of Florida from White is guilty of both insincerityand White's were unscathed."

unmistakable marks of malicious and the mouth of the St. Johns, on the disingeneousness in that he seeksto For me to tell such a yarn as.that,

willful misrepresentation. Florida 'Atlantic, around Cape Sable to Cedar .convey the impression that his loca- would be downright lying, for( I knew
with him is "old malaria" and her Keys, on the Gulf of Mexico. Th tion is an average indication of the it to be entirely untrue.
people "benighted heathen." Reports of the Chief Signal Officer of temperature of South Florida whichone Here the l lowest temperature was"'

But the goods were evidently manu- the United States Army, furnish i at all conversant with water pro- [Concluded on page 4.O.1]

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Consisting of the finest Orange Farming, Vegetable and Grazing Lands in tho State of Flor- 13,000 Acres
ida. Price.$1.25 per acre and upwards, according to location. of the best quality heavy oak hickory and cabbage hammock.Especially having miles of river and-

For further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Pala ka,Fla. bay fronts adapted and best to water Florida protection fruits and in It'lorlda.vegetables.

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Peen To and Honey Peaches, Keiffer and LeConte Pears, Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan 2 o .Q.j -s o, c Q.p
Persimmons, Loquats, Figs, Grapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba- .. CJ -gc U 7
lanas. Town property improved and unimprovedin
' Tropical Potted Fruit| Tree a .Specialty. all the towns on the :Manatee River. Beautiful river and siteson
I Price List free on application.. i;. II. TISON, Manager bay Il'0nts. Pure salt water. Oysters. fish and clams.Correspondence Lovely building solicited.
t Lakeland,Pol)fc go,,FJa. maInland an J Islands. Yachting' unsurpassed.' .
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F JACKSONVILLE TO NEW YORK: Lowest Rates of Freight Always Given.

Direct connection at Fernaudina with F.R.& N.Ry.
The fWJlte8111 Iron Steamships of this Line will sail from t li
fl' RN NDIKA., FLA.,for NEW YORK,iter arrival of trains "}
front Jacksonville, Cedar Key Orlando and other points in This Line offers to the Traveling Public and Shippers Vegetables
South Florida. L and Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to New

k STATE OF TEXAS........ ...... ............m..'Thursday, May 26 *York.*?-Through Tickets and State-rooms secured in advance ai
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO................................Thursday,June 2 principal points in Florida.
STATE Oh TEXAS....._......._..........................-Thursday.June q i ..2-Trai"8 leave F. R. & N. Co's Main Depot, foot of Hogan
w/' CITY OF HAN ANTONIO.............. ....... .......-Thursday.Juue 19 street. at 8 30 a m and 4.30.p m,on Bailing days landing passen-
i STATE OF TEXAH.Thursday. June 23 t rs 01' Steamship's wha f, foot of Centre St.,
> CITY OF t 8AN ANTONIO......................._....,..Thursday,June 30 *.For Tickets aad State-rooms and Fernandlna.U on.
f.1 STATE OF TEXAS...........................................Thursday,July 7 apply to

r 1 R. W. SOUTHWICK Agent, Fernandina,Fla. A.._H. CRIPPEN, Gen'l Travling Agent. __!: M. CUTLER, Pass Agent,75 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.


The florid Dispatch Linep :

J The Great Fast Express With the l\IaF citghtectionsSystem;; of the South.

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/ I. Th9atentionof8Wppers is directed to the Plant S. S. Line between Havana, Key West", and Tarnpa and People's Line of Steamers between Sanford Pa-
latka and Jacksonville. South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford, S., F. & W. Ry between Jacksonville, Gainesville, River Junction and Savan-
nah, Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah Philadelphia, Boston and New York. The best equipped fastest and most-
prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest. Receivers and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection:
Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah. Double dally fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and Sa
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior vannah to all points in }Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville, Callahan -
and J COast points,including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Live Oak.
Washington and
Providence. Trl-weeklyservlce by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company sailing from
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah New York(New Pier 35,North River,) direct for Savannah Tuesdays,Thursdays and Satur-
Mondays days.
,Wednesdays and Fridays.
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation i The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursday
ing Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. Company,leav- for Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight' trains
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steamship for all points in Florida. Only direct line iron '\j ew England to the South. _
Savannah every Thursday. Company, leaving From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., 'g from Philadelphia every Saturday for
Weekly connection. for.Philadelphia via the Ocean Steamship Savannah direct. -
every Saturday. Comany,leaving Savannah From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation Co.,two steamers per week
from Baltimore for Savannah direct making close connection with S., F. fc W. Ry for all.
Sailing days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. points South.
to The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and best fast freight route from all points Nortl l, East and West to Florida. For full particulars rates, stencils and shipping receipts apply
..any, agents: .C of.the above lines or to TirXf.. T>. If A RnRR., 1en'1 tfratcrht." _Acront HoTrannaVi. ,
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H.VTIr"0' 1TaInamanagerZSayannanLa. W. M. DAVIDSON Gen'l'l'ratftc Agent Jacksonville FIB.
,Trav.Agent,Galnevfille. j. E. DRAYTON,Trav.Agent Live Oak. J. H. STEPHENS Agent,Jacksonville.

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References* First national Rank of Orlando'_ _The KU' .'1nrmn >p Q_>t.v Ropfc.I .
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$: ,. FRONT PRESSED BRICK.................... .._... .. .... ...........10.00 per 1000
'; r: FOR BALE BY GOOD FLORIDA .......... .... .... .. ... ..._.... .. ........... 9.00 "
.!.. Lime Plaster,Lath, Cement, Hair, Fire Fire Brick, Fire Slabs Fire Mortar.
TYSEN, SMITH & CO., 12 West Bay St.


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Columbia, Bradford Clay Putnam Alachua rult Trees suitable to Florida. Address, .
Levy, Marion, Orange,
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Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough Brevard Baker Polk -
& Manatee, May 1 R': @f.f

Uoua1atinc of. the finest:Orange Farming, Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the state of FlorIdL 18 000 Acres
Price$1.25 per acre and upwards, according to location. m
nl the best quality of heavy oak, hickory and cabbage hammock. having miles of river and
For further Information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palathn. ,Fia. bay fronts and best water protection in Florida. Especially
adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables.
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3 .Persimmons tanu. Loquat, Figs, Grapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries Pine-Apples and Ba 1-._-CJ isog U 4 IX p0 am 7

Tropical P'ttttt: Fruit Trees a SpecIalty. Town property improved and unimprovedin
I Price List all the towns on the :Manatee River. Beautiful river and
free. on application.. 1 K. n. TISON Manager, bay trants. Pure salt water. Oysters flsh and clams. lively building sites
1 Lakeland,Pol]k (5).,FJa. on mainland an J Islands. Yachting- unsurpassed.. Correspondence solicited

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26 with plenty of ice along the shore (Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, May 8, 1887, 4:00: pm,Trains RAILWA 1 .
and in vessels containing water and will leave and arrive as follows:

pineapples were all killed to the ri ci I .
.ao. :Q c I I.. '-Q:;) =:;- TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. 5, 1886.
ground. ...; wo so : I o wo ;:. 0.oZ
.. All Trains on this Road are run by Central
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Through Rockledge Hammock the .Z :.. .r s: .co C: 's: .c Standard Time.
thermal from :s ::..:. a STATIONS.S ?; t0 m c Passenger Trains will Ieav, H lit! wrrivedaily *
readings ranged twentyto -; -QI, w .. w CI) : Q)r Oot E e. m as follows:

twenty-five degrees, varying accord- m -m WEST INDIA FAST MAIL.
via S. F. R. R....._.. ...... 8:00 m
Leave Tampa p
ing to exposure and make of instrument 7-1- A M AM Leave--Arrive ; ; ;; P M ;; Sanford via J., T.& K. W......... 1:00 am.

At' Mr. S. S. White's it was .-- -....? .-..-. -...... ........ ...R. R. Wbart_ ........ ?...... _...... .. .._ Jacksonville...................-......_ 7:00 a ju
o 8 40 4 40 10 4111 4 40 .....Sanford ._... 115 2 (d)I 100 5 40 s 20 Arrive Jacksonville............?...............12:00 n'n
22 with plenty of ice, and his pine; 3 800 4 48 1050.. 455 ....... Be1air....... 112 1 5012 48525 8101! Arrive Waycross............_..........._........ 9:10<< a. m
all killed to the 4 ...... _... _...... ..... .Crystal Jake.. III ...... _._..." ...... ...... Arrive Savannah....._.....................__l:5o a m
apples ground. 5 855 ....? ......_ _.... Bents 110 145 _...... ... .. .. Arrive Charleston............................... 4:50jp m
The instruments in use here are the 10 9 05 5 04 1120 5 25 ..,.I.longwood_ 105 3412 3'7 5 04 7 50 Arrive Richmond................................ 6:19 a m
13 913 515 1180 543 ...Altamonte'... 102 12712 30 4 35 7 32 Arrive Washington......_....................11:00 a TO
regular signal service make and pre- It 9 18 515 11 3di; 555) i ......_Mayo... .... 101 1 2012 261' 4 25 7 25 Arrive Baltimore. .................................12:18 p m
sumably accurate while that showingthe 15 9 22 518 11501 6 10 I Maitland. .. 100 1 1512 ZJ 4 20 7 20 Arrive Philadelphia....._........_........._ 2:47 pm'
18 930 528 1205.630, .WinterPark.... 97 1071215 4 05 708 Arrive New York._........................._. 5:30p m
lowest temperature is selfregistering. 20 'W. 95 Pullman Buffet Cars Tampa to Washington,
Does Mr.\ B. these 22 9"45 5.4' 12-5 ,.3 I ::::::.Orlando: ::. l fM ?roo s.j5 654 and New York to Tampa.

want statements 25 ...... ...... ...... ...... I ......Gatlin ..... 90.. .. _...... ...... ...... NEW ORLEANS EXPRES _
verified ? If he will pay for 26. 9 b5 550 105 7 45) ....Jessamlne... 89112 401149. 312 620 Leave JacksonvIlle................?............. /:00 a m .r.
Z1 9 58. ..... ...Pine Castle... ta412 37 _..... ...... ......
making the affidavits he can have 30 Arrive Jacksonville............................ 7:35 p m
as lu 05 58 .. .. 8 00
5 _'Big Cypress... 851230 11 42 3 00 6 10 Leave Callahan................-..._.... ..... 7::3 a m
many as he may desire. 34 40 10 15 6 10. AMI O 8 15 '....McKinnon... 81 12 201132 PH 2 45 555 I Arrive Waycross...................._....-..... 9:10 a In ,
1030t635 530 150 855 i .KlsslmmE'e.. 75t12111120" 9 10 2 30 5 40 Arrive Thomasville ......... ......... ....... 1:22 m
His p
closing paragraph demands a 44 10 40 7.03 5 42 PH ...401\ :....Capmbells.. 7111 45....... 8 55 I I Arrive Bainbridge...... ....--...... ....-._.... 3:35 pm.
brief notice: 52 10 58 6 08 9 Lake Locke. 63112510 47 H 00 PM.. 4 32 Arrive Chattahoochee................_...... 4:04 p m
67 11 15 715 6 10 O'l ....Davenporr.... 5811 151035 8 15 4'IS I Arrive Pensacola via L. k N.R.R ...10:10 m
"With a smile on my lips, etc.," is a 61 112i 724 6 201 1017 ...Halnes Clty._ MIl 0510 25. 800 4 00 Arrive l\IobUevla L.&N.R.R.....-...... 2:15 p a m
68 11 42 7 40 6 55'' 1105 ..Bartow Junc. 47 10 53 '0 12 7 40 3 40 I .
Arrive New Orleans via L.&N.R.R.. 7:101m
reminder of the fellow who
strong 72 11 5.4 7 48 7 101 1125 ; ...Auburndale. 43 1040,10 00 7 10 3 Z3 Arrive Albany?............................_...... 3:-2 p m
"could smile and smile 'and be a villain 77 12 0:; 7 55 7 25 11 40' ... tFltzhughs.. 3810 28 1 9 521 6 55 312 Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 8:2p m
83 1218 8 10 t8 05 12 30 ...Lakeland..... 32 10 15t 9 40 g6 35 2 25
1 Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R........12:15 a m
still. The animus of the thingwas 93 12 43 8 30 8 H 1 20 ...Plant City.... 22 9 53 9 20 5 45 2 2U Arrive via W. &A.R.R. 5:55
that intelligent 98 12 l)3 ...... 9 00 ...... !. .........Cork_ .... 17 9 ;R ......I 5 25 .. Arrive Nashville Chattanooga via N.C.dt St. L R.RH:45a a m m
so suggestive a very 103 105 8 50 9 -n 2 05 .......Setfner....... 12 9 Z 8 50 5 0$ 1 37 I Arrive Louisville via L. fc N. R. R._ 6:50
correspondent speaks of him as 105 1 12 8 56 9 35 215 : ..?.. 1\bngo...... 10' 9 2"l M 5 00 1 Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville : p m' (..
109 120 ...... 948 ...... I 40)) 301 *
"that California .....'Orient. .. 61 915 ... 4 481 ... .1 and New Orleans via Pensacola, and
fiend. But
to 115 1 35 9 201010 2 55
my \r Tampa Lv 0, 900 820 130. 1
OOf Mobile,to and from Jacksonville and Louisville -
mind it has a less serious aspect.A PM PM AM PM Al\1 PM Pl'tl'' A 'M' via Thomasville Atlanta and Nashville,

reminder of the advice of Flag taUoulI.! 'J'ralns1'-l0. n and Ii leave from and a:rive 8t 1.'t'. &: K. W. Depot. No. ;3, and Cincinnati to Jacksonville, viaJesup.
a and 6 Hally. Nos. 1,2,4,7, H, 9, 10, and 27, Daily except Sunday. Train !'In. 6 will stop only A C. LINE EXPRESS.

learned counsellor' to a newly-fiedged Plant City, Lakeland, Bartow Junction, Ki8blmmee and Orlando. Nos. 2 and 3 stop at Kis- Leave Jacksonville.............................. 2:05 p m
If have law the simmee for Lunch No. 7 stops at Lakeland for Breakfast. No.8 stops at Lakeland for Arrive Jacksonville......................._._12:00 n'n
attorney: you plead Supper. Leave Callahan. ._..................._.. 2:47 p m
law. If you have facts, plead the Trough Tickets sold at all reguhu flta.tlons.for all points North, East and West. Baggage' Leave Chattahoochee... ...... ...............11:30: a ru

checked through. Leave Thomasville............................. 1:45 p m
facts ; and if you have evidence, plead Pemberton Ferry ISranch..F. R.R. I Arrive Waycross............_.................... 4:10 p m
the evidence. But if have neither ;Sanford and Indian River Railroad Arrive Brunswick via B.& .V. R. It... 8:28 u m
you Sou h Bound North Bound. Arrive J esu p........_...................... ....... 6:16 pm.
law, facts nor evidence, then soar." Read Down. Read Up. I Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. R-11:21 p m

How he soars From the magnificent F'st Ac. F'st Ac.- Dally except Sunday. Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V. A G. R.R. 2:25 a m -
M'1. &}c..t STATIONS. M'I &Ft '" Arrive Chattanooga via E. T. V. &: G. 8:20 a m
grandure of his aerial flights, one 4 19. 21. 24. 22. = South Bound. Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R....._ 6:45 p m
North Bound. Arrive Savannah..._................... 7:58 p m
might fancy that he is a real eagle P.M. A.M -A.M -P.M. i Read Dowd. Read Up. Arrive Charleston............................... 1:25 a m

dwelling in the clear sunlight of o 5.00 7.00 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.50 4.50 57 !!1l2, P as. Pas. m Arrive Wilmington........................._.. R:30am
1 5.04 7.05 ......_..Fltzgerald . 9.45 4.45 56 .QI. &Ft STATIONS. I I&Ft :" Arrive Richmond. .............................. 6:00 pm.
eternal truth and independent of the 3 5.10 ...... ............. Oriole ... 9.40 ...... 54 25. 2J. ::a Arrive Washington...........................11:00 p m
firm foothold of substantial vulgar 6....? ..... .Bay city.. ..... ..._ 51 1-- I, Arrive New York.........__................... 6:50 a m
10 5.25 7.35 ....._..... Macon. 9.2i: U5 47 ......p.m Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from
fact, but clip the wings of his imagin- 12 5.35 7.43 .........Owensboro?......... 9.15 4.07 45 o .. 6.10 Iv..8anford .........ar Jacksonville and New York, also Jacksonville -
ation and down he the laba- 16 5.50 8.OS ........._Dade City........... 9.00 3.50 41 ....... 6.2. .........Fort Reed......... a.m.-. to Cincinnati via Jesup. '
comes to 23 6.10 8,45..........H.lchland...........i, 8.42 3.13,34, 4........... 6.33 ......:....Rutledge ......... EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.
rythine marshes of "Old Malaria\ ," I 32 6.30 9.15 ........"'Tedderv11le 8.22 ....... 6.41 .........?....f1ydes. Leave Jacksonville..............._............. 5:00 p m
37 6.45 9.40 ........_ Kathleen. 8.10 2.40i251 12'... 6.58..............Clifton........... 7.01 ....... 7 Arrive Jacksonville ... ..... ........._...... 8:55: a m
and we are no, longer in doubt of his to 6.50 9.52.........Griffin's.MilL...... 8.01 2.0817 14\....... 7.06 ."'TuskawUla_ 6.55 ...... 5 Leave Callahan...... ............-..............._ 5:41 p m
identity as we hear his lone quack 41 p.2010.30 ..........Lakeland.......... 7.'ij 1.5514 17 ....,..I 7.32 ............ Oviedo?......... 6.401.; ... 1 Leave Waycross................................- 7:58 p m
51 7.4511.00.'Haskell............ 7.-JO: 1.00 6 191.... 7.10 ar..J ake Charm..lv 6. ;.......1 0 Leave Gainesville ..............._............... 3:55: p m
quack, as he paddles along the murky 57 8.OIlu.20, Arrive..Bartow..L ve 7.151240, 0 -- --------- --- Leave Lake City..................?.. ........... 3:20 p m

t. of Panasoffkee Lake. ilurtnw ISrancti. Leave Live Oak ...................-.. ........... 7:20 p m
margins -Daily. No. 8-At Lakeland with train for Bartowat Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R.......... 2:10 p m
JAS. H. WHITE. South Bound. .North Boa d. I Bartow Junction with tram for Bartow. Arrive New Orleans ia L. & N. R.R. 7:30 p m
No. 11-At Bartow Junction with train from Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R.... 7:05 m
Island Home J Pas. Pas.
April 20,1887. Pas. Pas.
Tampa at Bartow with
; train from Pember-
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R... 2:12 a m
No. &Ft Ir1 &Ft ?
:: "rATIONS. No. ton
NOTE.-That this reply is untimely 11. 13.4 4 12. 14. Punta Kerry Gorda., and Florida Southern Railway for Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:30: a m
i .. Arrive St. Louis via L.& N. K.R......... 7:40 a m ,
is no fault of mine. I wrote one at A H P. M Lv Ar A M. P.M. Sanford.No. 12-At Bartow Junction with train for. Pullman Buffet Lars to and from Jacksonville

11 proper time, but the Fair and other 11.45: 7.45 0 Bartow J'nc 17 10.40 7.10 No. 13-At Bartow Junction with train from and Louisville and Nashville,via Thoraasville and to and,Albany from,
Montgomery ,
I2.ro 8.00 5 Winter Hvn 121025 6.55 Tampa.No. .
matters of immediate interest crowdedit Bartow and Montgomery via Gainesville.
12.20 8.17 9 Eagle Lake\ 810.05. 6.35 14-At Bartow with Florida Southern
and when for 12.35 8.30J12iG'rdonvllle' train from Punta Gorda at Bartow Junction SAVANNAH EXPRESS.:
over sought publication 12.55 8.45!,War Bartow 51 9.5016.201 with train for Tampa.No. ; Leave Jacksonville............................. 8:15 pm.
it could not be found. Then 15-At Bartow Junction with trains Arrive Jacksonville.......... .............._.. 6:15: a m r.
came the request to rewrite it, whichI No. 1-At Sanford with People's and from Florida Tampa Southern and Railway Sanford for at Punta Bartow Gorda.with Leave Arrive Callahan Callahan.. .............................. 9oo'p 5:25 a m m +.

have done with as little delay as DeBary-Baya Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. 16-.\t Bartow Junction with trains for Leave Gainesville.............................. 3:55 pm.
.. and J. 1. & K. W. train from Titusville; I Tampa and Kissimmee.No. Arrive Gainesville ............................10:05: a m
possible.The at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow; : 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Leave Lake City................................_ 3:20 pm..
first one milder in tone at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry. I Southern Railway train from Gainesville at Arrive Lake City..............................10:15 am.
was No. 2-At Lakeland with train for Bartow ; Lakeland with train for Kissimmee. ; Leave Live Oak.................................... 7:20> p m
than this, for when I wrote it I had at Bartow Junction with trains to and from No. 2f-At( Bartow with Florida Southern Arrive Live Oak......._......_................. 6:40 a m
Bartow; at Sanford with People's and De- i Railway train from Punta Gorda at Lake- Arrive Thomasville-........................... 7:15am
not seen Mr. Brownlee's attack uponme Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville, land with train for Tampa; at Pemberton Arrive Albany-.....-............................11:40 a m
in his home paper neither had I and J., T. A K. W. tialns for Jacksonville and Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R... 7:55 p m
Titusville. Gainesville and Palatka.No. Arrive Nashville via L.& N. R. R...... &35 a m
seen the garbled version of my replyto No. 3-Has' Pullman Sleeper and Through 21-At Bartow with Florida Southern Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.. 1:57 p m
him in the Coaches without change between Jackson- Railway for Punta Gorda. Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 635 p m
same paper.ORANGE ville and Tampa. Connects at Sanford withJ No. 22-At Bartow with Florida Southern Arrive St. Louis via L. & N. R. R..... 8:00 p m
,. T. & K. *\. train from Titusville; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Uorda; at Lake Arrive Waycross................... ...........11:20: p m
tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam land with train for Tampa. Arrive Brunswick via B & W. R. It.- 6:10 a m
pa on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays "Connections are made at Tampa by the Arrive Albany via B.& W. R. R....._.. 4:45 a m
TREES with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, 1.lmltedVest India Fast Mall, both north Arrive Macor via Central R. R......?.. 9:01: a m
and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdayswith and south bound with the elegant and cora Arrive Atlanta via Central R. IL..... 1:05 p m
Plant Steamship Company's ships for ni i dious Fast Mall Steamships Mascotte'and Arrive Chattanooga via W.&A. R.R. 7:07 p m
FORSummer Key West and Havana.No. Whitney of the Plant Steamshi* Co. to and Arrive J esup....._......._......................... i:00am
6-Ha* Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana, and with steamer Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G... 6.UO a m
Planting.Budded Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack Margaret for all points on Hlllsborough Arrive Macon via E. T. V. t G. R.R 7:30 a m
sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, and Tampa Bays and Manatee Fiver. Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V.& G.R.RllrSO am.
Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Passports can be applied for through any Arrive Chattanoga via E.T.V.&G.R 6:15 pm'
Margaret from Manatee River,and on Sun Notary Public, snd Notary's certificate that Arrive Cincinnati via i;. S. It. R....._.. 6:40 a m
Tree of Choice 'Varieties days, Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant % uch application has been made, when vised Arrive Savannah ............?........_._...... 6:10: a In .
Steamship_Company's ships for Havana and by the Spanish Consul at Key West, will an- Arrive Richmond...._.. .....................104.5 a m
Key West, swer the purpose of a Passport. Arrive Washington..................... ...... 3:10 p m
to IK Inches diameter, two year old buds. No. 7 At Lakeiano withjtrain'/or; : Pemberton w. MCCOY Arrive New York .......... .............."....... 9:''>0 p m
Also Sour Seedlings all sizes. For sale cheap.A. Ferry. Gen. Freight& Ticket Agent., Pullman Buffet Can between Jacksonville .

-IANVIL.L.E! and Washington.
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail '
Jacksonville, Fla. FRANK K. KEOCH & CO. and Steamship connections, and bergs
Checked through. Also, Sleeping Car
CONSUMPTION. 224 Twentieth Street, Birmingham, Ala. and sections secured at the Company's Office
WHOLF.SALF.FRUI'l' in Astor's building,82 Bay street, and at Passenger -
Station, and on board People's Line
I b-re ltl. fur the above dleeue ,
a e
po remedy ; "
HI* thousands of r. *. tile leant Hn4 and of irons AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS Steamers H. B. Plant and Chattahoochee
". 'C'rcl. iioi tront|:It n-r faith DeBary-Baya Line Steamer City of Jackson ... "
T0 BOTTLKS FREE, Early Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty.ConlgnmenU vllle. WM. p. lIA RDEE,
"AT 1FE! on this 4iMU
Gevet'1\1 PaP -ns'r Agent,
a u.J V.O.i addrf" solicited and prompt returns( made. Write tor stencil and quotations, .
iai'eilBK." York Refer to Fit st National Bank of Birmingham. R. O, FLEMJNW, Superintendent,

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MAY. 23, 1887. J =THE! FLORIDA DISPATCH.---- 451

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BETWEEN Manager,

V T nnah, New York
and Philadelphia San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida. -
And between Boston = SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY'2, 1887.

and Savannah '- Standard Time 33 minutes slower than Jacksonville -

is to 70 HOURS. .. PHILADELPHIA. The best varieties of the Orange and Lemon
fi and other Citrus Fruits. From To
AI rive LeaveRead
Choice varieties of the Fig of recent Intro Read np WEST. down.
Ocean Company. ductlon. No 10 hot Not 9

Steamship 11 45 a 730p.......Jacksonville...... 8 00 a 3 00 p
The Cattley Guava both the Red and Yel 10 3' a 6 5p' ........_Baldwin_......... 8 41 a 402 P
(Central or 90 Meridian Time.) low. 10 lO a 6 23 p.N.Macclenny.N..N 9 02 a 431 P
9 64 a 6 23 p.....GlenM. Mary.._ D 01 a 437 P
Passage Rates Between Jacksonville! New York and Boston Direct. The Peach and Pear of the sorts best adapted D $' a 608 p.nndenon.:: ; _...... 923a 455p
to the soil and climate of Florida. i 907 a 5 4) p........._c tlu'-lee.. .......... 9 44 a 520 P
'tfebln, K5; Steerage, $12.50;; Excursion (return trip),143.50. (These tickets Interchangeable.) 83.1 a 519 p....., Lake City.........1010 a '6(00 P

riltfi: Magnificent. Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: The Japan Pjum, varieties the :Mulberry 7 57 a ,452p.Welborn..103ia tt4lp
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Hart's Choice Bananas Grapes Pecans, etc.Cataloguo 7 43: a 44'')p........Houston......10 46 a 658 p

NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton..... ....................... ......Tuesday, May 17- 2HKp.m) 727 a 4 27 p......... Live Oak_......10 58 a 7 30 P .
,.r' TALLAHAS Capt. Ffcher... .. ....... ...... ............ ....... Friday May 20- 4:00 p. m &- free on application. 6 10 a 4 U> p........Ellavllle....._..1126 a 818 p
(Use CMATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. )!. C. Daggett....:..................... .Sunday, May 22- 5:00 a. m 6 01 a 3 26 p..........Madlson_....._.12 01 p 848 P
tJITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt.f.. W. Catherlne..Tuesday. May 216:30: p. m REFERENCES:-Crosby k Go wen.San Mateo; 52la505a 2 55 p..OreenvUle.12, 30 p 925p

NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton...:..,. ............... ................. Friday, May 27- 8:30 a. m Hon. (;. W. Lyle San ,Mateo7.; J. Webb 237p.R........A ucilla...........1248p gap
TALL AH ASS KE, Capt. Fisher......:............. .r.... .r...........Sunday, :May29-10:30a: mCHA.'l.IAHOOCH'EE Palatka. 446ft 220p ....Drlcton._...... .107pl009pNo(
r CapL H. C. Daggett.....;.... .. ... .......... Tuesday, May 31- l:00p.m A. N. OJBBIiVS & B1 5 15 a 2 60.ar..Montieello..ar 13 p 10iS: p420a
t3irY OF AUGUSTA,Capt. J:W. Catherine................. .. ...... Friday,June 3-4.-OOp.m .O 155 p..lv..MontlcelIo. lv.. 1240p '9SOp

NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton.........:.... .......................Sunday June 6- 5:00am) 4 46 a 2 20 ....Drifton........... i07p009p
TALLAHASSEE: Capt..Fieher .. ............ ................ ...... Tuesday, June 7- 7:00p.m 4 2 a405a 2(0(' p..N p ...........L1o .d............. 143 P 1035 P
CHATTHOOCHEE; Capt. H. C. .......r..... ......... .Friday,June 10- 9:03: a. mOil 130 p.........,thai res.....:...... 158 p 1049
OF AUGUSTA, Capt. J. W. Catharine....... .. ............Sunday, June 12-10:30a a m 330 a 10 p.......Tallahassee....:... 2 Z1 115)P
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton....,... ............. .............. .Tuesday. June 14-12:30 p. m ''2 25 a 1235 p.........Midway...:...... 251 p P 12 40 &P
rALLAHASSEE, Capt Fisher..... .... .. Friday,June 17- 3:00 p. m 140 a 12 09 {p........... Quincy......... 321 p ..140a34Ip
...... .. .. .... ..
GHATTAHOOCHEE Capt. H..C. Daggett. ... .. Sunday, 1ft- 4:00 p. m 12 48 a 1150 p.... MU Pleasant ...' 230 a

FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. 1201 a 11 25 p ...River Junction. -& 00 P 380 a

GATE CITY Cs t. Hedge ......................_.............................Thursday, May 19, at 3:30 p.m ,
MERRIMACK: l Capt. 0.Crowell..NN.........................................Thursday, May 26;at &00 a. m SOUTH.
r MEBRIMACK, Capf G. Crowell....._......_............_......._.......'Ihnrsday, June 9, at 800; a. m No. 4. No. 8. No. 7. No. 3.
10.15 a 4 05 p...... Fernandina ......10 10 a 4.00 p
FOR: PHILADELPHIA. ......... 241 p.280p.........Callahan.........1127 a :..._ y
(These Steamers do not carry Passengers.] 6 30 a' ......Jacksonville... .1135a 900 P
PESSOUG, Capt. N. F.,Howe........................................._......._Saturday May 21- 5:00 p. mOUNIATA 515 a 141 p...;...;. Baldwin .........12 41 p 1020 P
Capt. ABkins ...._.............................. .._...................Saturday, May 28- 9:30 a. raDfcfeHOUG Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters 425 a 110 p.........Highland......... 110 p 1105 p
Capt. N. 1'. Howe...................._...;....;..;..;.;...._;.....Saturday, June 45:00 p. m 4 Od a 100 p....._..Xawtey......._. 118 p 11 24 p
JUNIATA. Capt. ................._..................._.......................Saturday.Alkln :Jun 11-10:30 a. m 44 W. St. St. Johns 3 45 a 12 45 p.......... Starke ........... 132 p,11 47 p
Forsyth: Op. Hotel. 3.05 a 12.05 p...........Walun............ 1.55 p 12.25 a
THESE PALACE STEAMERS, JACKSONVILLE _ FLORIDA 218 a 11 44 p........ Campvllle ...... 217 p 100 a
:Donnecting with the Savannah, Florida'' and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) 2.2 a 11 31 a...... Hawthorne-.:.... 2 26 p '115 a
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Gunsmlthlng done in all its branches. l13allSOp_ 11 04 a............ Cltra......_. 255 p 2 02 a
Turongh Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North East'and Northwest -;.. 10 23 a......Silver Spring ..... 3 Sfl P -=-
Yin Savannah. For further particulars apply to .. IRON SAFE WORlsRnwial 1010 a............Ocala........_ 352 p 315 all
HENRY YONGE, ,' C. G. ANDERSON, Agent, 00 P 9 43 a....._. ellevlew.$ ........ 420p 4 00 a
Pier No.83, Agent New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah Ga. rate on Stencil Cutting,by mail. 1020 p 918 a..Oxrord......... 441 P 4 35 a

RICHARDSON & BARNARD. Agents Savannah Pier B..ston. 1002p915p 9 C8 a.......'Vlldwood....... 455 P 4 53 a
W. L.JAMES Agent, 13 8.Third Street; Philadelphia.J. Nurseries of Lake Weir Co. 840 a.........Leesburg........ 520 P 5 35 a
HASHAGEN. ,Eastern Agent Sav., Florida & Western, Ry. Co., 261 Broadway Y. 9(a))p 8:31 a....._.1orado....._. 5 29 p 5 50 a
For Information and Tickets apply to 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees, 830 p710p 8 15 a..Tavares......... 545 p 0 15 a
O. M. SORREL Gen. Manager. H. R. CHRISTIAN. Soliciting Agent. Our trees are very thrifty, three and four 6 55 a..Orlautlo..........106 p 8 15 a

year old stock, %to IK inch diameter with Cedar Key Division.
one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible -
to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for 10.15 a 4.05 p..J' a 4.00 p

:NOW is YOUR CHANCE: !is Catalogues. Address -- :2.47 p.........Callahan...... .11.27 a -
--- E. B. FOSTER Manager 6.30 a 2.30 p......Jacksonville.....11.35 a 9.00 p
dpf'2).1v Honth Lake Weir. Fla' 530a 1.45 p.........Paldwin.....x..12,4.5 p 10.20 p

4.25 a 1240p.....?.Highland....... 132p 11.05 p
.... + 4.8 a 12.20 p.........._Lawiey......... 1.41 p 11.21 p
:3.43 a 1159) a..Starke........_ 2.' 1 p 11.47 p305a
1115 a.......... Waldo......... 2 35 p 6 30 a
? : 10 33 p 10 55 a.........Fairbanks.-.... 2 57 p 7 00 a ,
Office Stationery and Printing. 915p825p 10 35 a........Gainesville........ 3 23 p 9 00 a
{9 45 a........Arredondo....... 8 43: p 9 45 a
\" 730 P 9(d)I)a..........Archer......... 4 15 p 1100 a
,,/, -'"', 0' 6 8i p' 8:30 a.......... Bronson ......... 4 45 p 1150 a
'n"Kk 1 330 p 615 a..Cedar Key_ 635 p 2 30 p
.I "t.
V'i: 45th YE A It. Tampa DlvUion.

:;:' COMPLETE OUTFIT ,FOR MERCHANTS :FOR $10.00. The Great of the Farm.South Industrial,It embraces and Stock in its con-Periodical 10.15 a 4.05 p.......Fernandina.Callahan. ......10.10 a ,4.u p '"

2.41 .....11.27 a --
stituency.the intelligent progressive and substantially
6.30 2.30 p..Jacksonv11le 11.35 a 9.00
successful farmers of this section a p
and as an advertising medium for the Mer-; 5.30 a 1.43 p..........Baldwin........,12.40 p 10.20 p
'chant.Manufacturer Stock-Raiser and Pro- 3.(5a 12.0()) p...........Waldo._. '1.5.5 p 12.25a
c fessional Man is absolutely unequalled. Space 1.50[ p 10.10 a...,.........-Ocala.......... 3.52 P 3.15ft
.j, :' CONSISTING OF Judiciously employed in its columns is always 4.50 p 9.08 a......_'VUdwf'od........ 5 25 p 9.30 a

. l' remunerative. By recent purchase it now 415 p 8 3J a......Panasoffkee..... 5 46 p 10 05 a
,.( < ). ,: !- 'rf: < :
f .t. 8 23 .ttumtervllle. ......556
:. nl.J. combines: The Dixie Farmer, Atlanta Ga.: -- p -
; } ) .i: : .
: BUSINESS CARDS. { J :_ the Plantation Montgomery Ala; the RuralSun 308p() 7 52 a..... Catherine'......, 6 35 p 10 57 a
.0( 0" 500 ; Nashville ;
., *- .. .'-.. ', ... ,Y.".. k-, '"!>.1.,>.Y,.,; ..-. ers', Monthly' Savannah ,Ga.; Southern 218 P 717 a...... Owensboro._. .708p.725p 1157 p
,, "''" '3"HI' World,'Atlanta Ga.; the Phenix Agriculturist 150p 7 00 a.....-Tade City_...... 22.1 P
Five Pads '
1 500 NOTE HEADS ( ). .: :: ?Marietta, Ga.;, and unites the patrons of
',> .. ." of subscribers. ,
? I" these with Its own large list Jacksonville Branch.

: 'J' '>: XX ENVELOPES (White or Tinte.d--.I) ; : :,' ";., ; The merits press as a medium for'all cont testify'oiling to Southern 1015 a 5 50 p..Fernandlna...... 7 00 a 4 00 p

500 YSOoJSTATEMENTS ... trade. Subscription, one year in advance 9 45 a 5 25' p......Hart's Road..... 7 22 a 4 29 p
w,1 .,'' .f'>l. postage'paid, $1.60. i Sample copies sent'free. 914 a 5 ro p ...........Duval........... 746 a 503 p

:., '\ ....",,i. ':,"' ,", .... Advertisements per line 30c. :-We go to press 330 a 430p......Jacksonville._.. 820 a 545 p
:; i:,,, ,' (Five. Pads). ; 'r= > -vv the 25th of each month preceding Qnl'late.; St. Marks Branch.

iR f ', ,. ,THE CULTIVATOR{PUBLISHING CO., 12 16 p m ..._N._.... Tallahassee....._ 8&)a m
,. o00 MEMORANDUM: BILLS (Twenty" '' Pads-) P. O. Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. 1157 a m....._........Bellalr..........._ 8 43 a m
;. .,z., : ; ; .- 10 58 a m ....._.__.Wakulla.__...__ 9 40 a m
w \"' ICoUece iTypeWrlttas pamphlet 10 30 a m .........._.St. Marks ...__.._10 05 a m
wit* fut
.' .ay : >> set Mil-tCAA!}* ("a"means a.m.time. "p"means p.m.time.)

rI:"/. -rt' -. .,. V.ins.lessons in either art, 10 ct+.f.both art.20 cU..VV St. Marks' Branch trains run Tuesday:
No Send tilrer or postal note. '
sumps aooepted.
,. Thursday and Saturday only.
.. and the from
are Mine
1Ii'1' \ ?.""."'" '. ',/" "' '" S. WRITE, TO ... .,'. <; "'- '. :;;;- -: ;!. ,. -,.. which students Theee lessons are taught are<< complete at U Ten'. Colleges and which Leaving time is given In every case except
: ;, : --: where arriving time is named.
; enable ni to fit students for Short-Iliad and TypeWriting
",', -.:.<., ., .i." -' .h':',... ." '........ ;..:' '. .-' .. ,'. .', office positions in Three Months'time., The lessons are Trains 1 and 2.7 and 8,9 and 10, and trains
**k : 'f .... ..". ..; be learned at hone .
,.. .4 solely the work of Mr.CurtU Haven can on Jacksonville Branch run daily.
IT a child,and cannot be obtained except at one of HanD" Trains 3 and 4 dally except Sunday.
; ; Ollege JKt CAr ian 06<<:rwr. BaZ amore. Xd. pays: Trains 1 and 2 have Pullman Palace Sleeping

:t ThexacostaPrinting: :and Publishing House, the"They aeantaition area. Trains 3 and 4 through
either of Havens Colleges' New Torts.N.Y."Phfladelphia.
en.;Chicago;DL; Cincianatl',O.I,San,rrandieo.Cal.' dining Chair and- Sleeping Cars to and from
Orlando.' ,
d ';R.OT.JSOr; :'" ,Trains 9 and 10.have through sleeping. canto
: and from DeFuniak Springs. '
BAY AND .PINE, For, preserving .Meats,1M11aS, "Butter'O Syrup, For maps, rates,etc.;, apply. .. ,to Company's.. '

Cider:and Fruits and:vegetables of every ;Agenta.orwr.Wlo....> ,
kind ln''their' natural Btataj'iTasteless! Odor- A..O. ,)L&cDONELL,
': : less, Harmless. ,Enough tor-five gallons>.y Gen.Pass.A Ticket. A Kent.'
.:. :; ., :" '. -'..",. .:. 'mall,'Intelllgent'Agents' Wanted: D. E, YAXW.ELDGen..811p '- *'1*
: d''iJ'j'acksonv1J. r.T : '
\.' .:1' e, '" "_ fif't1.7'; t'r: ,;;' ._.:: 7'Ij11, .KINO'S. ." :A.&oJ.P.AGEYCTrn2dAve.N.Y.Clty.__ .. ";_ .-.JacklOnv111e.1'la.**.*.*.__ -**.> *-*.;-.**
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'452 r =TTTT! 'FLORIDA DISPATCH. MAY 23,188'1..
:.6000 Eook Agent*JFanttd to Sell The Largest and Most Complete Estab. -

THE lishment South. CLYDE'SNew ':.,

York, Charleston & Florida?>,



I- "IJJ The elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sail for CHARLESTON A NEW YORK. :

From:JACKSONVILLE.......... :...............................Every TAURSDAY.
Z. JIII J- From FERNANDINA....................................:......... .....Every SUNDAY.
'Z From Jacksonville.

Q ; IIV 8EMINOLE (New).................... ....;......"...................Friday,May 6,at 2:00: p 1>\
: a CHI ROKEL (New)....;.. ............;..................-......... Thursday,May 12,at 8:00an\ .
QE SEMINOLE(New)...........................;......... .............Thursday,May 19, at l.-OOpm
CHEROKEE(New)............................... .................Thursday, May 26,at 8:30am
These Steamers touch at Fernandina north bound and sail on arrival of Jacksonville alter
Geo. S. Hacker & Son noon train.
From Fernandina.
Every Sunday afternoon on'arrival of the Florida Railway and Navigation Co's trains

f Lynuui Abbott and ROT.8. ..Hallld MANCTACTUBEB Or Steamship CITY OF ATLANTA... ................................,. .....Sunday, May I,p D1. .'
Amft.pastor of Plymouth Church,and dictated DOORS YEMASSEE -..... ...........................:...................Sunday,slay 8,p mr
lamlr by Mr.Beecher himself,and received hiss SASH, BLINDS, MOULDINGAnd e1 CITY OF ATLANTA...........................................Sunday,May 15, p m .
afld ADd approval;the book also contains eonI YEMASSEE.;....................................................Sunday,May 22, pn\
I Munitions of personal remlniacences from Building Material.Office CITY OF ATLANTA..................... .....................Sunday, May 29, p m, .
.Tirap prominent writers. This is the rtent Steamers are to sail'from Pier 29 E. R., New York
appointed TUESDAY
I be every and FBI
: induced
rla.1 Mpk> ** ire Ute of the great to get pre any eher.other.Agent_Con- .and Warerooms, King, op.Cannon St. DAY at 3 p. m. Tuesdays'ships for Fernandina and Fridays' ships for Jacksonville.The ,

waatsxl in every' town. 49-JMrtAm* jio liXncfep.' Charleston, 8. C. Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line ara unsurpassed. Every atten. t
i&Sk? dYe SPECIAL TEEMS an4 PAY' Uon will be given business entrusted to the Line. Direct all shipments from New York via
IIOTIC&-AU our Agents an dna the taB For further information apply .
iMMttpf ow" LJBRAXT .-ncu.'J'I01f.1I'bJcb"
caeaettK11' 8Ol1dtlDc. $nbscarf. VILLA SITES FRUIT CLARENCE WAGNER,Agent :J.A. LESLIE,Agent,
*. Jacksonville,FlA. ;.
... ever before has each.opportunity_ tIIIIt -" r 88 Bay St.,cor.Hogan. }j.t:'
tWs J1IbJIoatioD to Aventsas, before to the here offered. _,la placing LANDS THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager, WM. P. CLYDE &: CO. Gen.Agents -
.tirWrt.. for;ftaJl particular public.and SPECIAL 35 Broadway" ,N. Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia,35 Broadway, i4.Y. ::,,'
._v ..,
s _t. to AIL 90C1tPe9 ftD Aft .-
r ? agency
'm:, isjuMig fl.00 fur outfit. Bo/>k now HUNTING DOGS '
- iflit,.,, : ;
WiNTEl 4 co.,PiRifehetil, 50,000 Orange 100,000 Peach *

8D1'1nafteld,MaM* ANDFANCY .

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men by these present, that L. P, : J'. ADAMS: Orders booked now for Fall delivery of every variety of tree,both fruit and ornamental., Y ,.

Donald Grant, ,A.G.J.A.OrmAleD. C. Allen and J.A.H.O.Porter Mac-, MANATEE, FLA., Including the ,best varieties of ORANGES. and LEMONS; Peen-To, Bidwell, Honey I,. 4

under and In accordance with the provisions Notary Public and Justice of the Peace. and otl er varieties of PEACHES; Kelsey;; Botanklo, Masu and,other varieties of JAPAIT
of an Act of the.Legislature) of the State of "
Florida, Providing for the Creation of Corporation PLUMS; seven varieties of JAPAN PERSiMMONS; White Adriatic FIGS; Olives, Grape,.

the name have of THE aMociattnl HOMO3ASSA themselves REAL under land Has on for Manatee sale one river thousand,in sight acres of of Manatee choice, Nut Trees, eta; GrevUieas, Acacias, Poincianas, Biotas and other ORNAMENTALS(potgrown

ESTATE AND TIMBER +COMPANY, with Braindentown Ellenton and Palmetto, and ). .
place of business at Jacksonville Florida. 'is manufacturers' agent lor Wire Fencing, +.
The object of the Company.will be to, buy and Poultry Netting, Lime, Cement Fertilizers 43-Write for advance prices on orders booked previous to:July 1, 1887. J
sell Lands and Timber,. and transact such and Plantation Supplies, Cracked Torn and '
other business! as may be necessary for the Rice,Granulated Lime,Rock and wheli. Cattle x H. L. WHEATLEY, Altamonte Nurseries: 71..
welfare of the Company. The Capital Stockof and Poultry Feed 'ground to order in '
said Company is, Fifty Thousand Dollars team': mill on premises.Has ALTAMONTE, ORANGE. COUNTT, FLORIDA.FLORIDA .. ",
((150,000)). The Shares to be paid up in full also breeding kennels of acclimated ,. ,
when issued.. .The Company begins business Laverack and Irish Setters, Irish hull Terrier -
from the date of filing its Articles*>f Incorporation *. Slow-trail Bloodhounds and Colorado -
viz:: May 3d, 1887, and,will run Catch or Tiger Dogs (for wild hogs, bear and SAVINGS BANK :
for Ten Years from said date. Its Officers to tramps).
consist of a President, Vice-President, Secre AND '
tary and Treasurer and a Board of Three DI-: OUR POULTRY YARDS REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE '
rectors, to be elected on the Second' Monday are well-stocked with freshly imported male : : r:""
of February in each year.' The highest birds which are mated with caremlly selected JACKSONVILLE., : .<;;_,
amount of indebtedness the. Corpoiatlon can hens of our own raising. each v.rlety being Has for sale choice Lots. Orange Groves and Wild Lands.: Allows interest on.deposits,.Col*. .c.;:.. ;; '
at any time subject itself to is Ten Per Cent. allotted to separate enclosures a lorty-ncre leas Rents and Interest, Negotiates Loans,etabase --' .
Of the Capital BLOCk, viz: |5X(><)t.
(Signed) L. P."GRANT, orange kets at following prices A e.aefully: packed in J. C. fiREEI/EY, President. L. P ROAMER, Treasurer. -

A.J. ORME. White Legborns (Knapp's) Pit Games ,
D. C. ALLEN (Heathwoods), Plymouth Rocks s Hawkins),
A. O. MACDONELL, Game Patams (Shouldlnps), Light Brahmas SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.Catalogues .
G.A.WHITEHEAD, (Williams),Rouen and Muscovy Ducks,$1.00(
J. H. PORTER. per thirteen. ,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list include ,
rJalbome and Cuban GAmes Silver Hearded: 1 the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also, '

Painless Pregnancy Parturition Pos and Crested Polish, W.F. Hlack Spanish, Huff Peaches 'Fears Plums Grapes and other Fruits. '-
Cochins Golden Laced Seabrlgbts and Imperial ,
slble. (60,000sold.) White Pekin Ducks$1.50 per thirteen. Our stock is one of the largest in the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties a. -' Y
"TokologTj by:Alice B.Stockham,'M.D., White Crested Black Polands, Houdans, specialty. ,
is a noble book'for a noble purpose. Sample Wyandottes (Prestons), Laugshans (Crouds), ..' R. W. PIERCE, '
pages free. Cloth J$?.00Mor.$" .75. : Boneys Brown Leghorns $2.00 per thirteen. Indian Springs,Orange Co.,Fla.
SANITARY PUBLISHING CO.,Chicago. Bronze- and Seminole Turaeys, $3.00, per ?
nine. .
Booted Whl'e Cuban Carrier Pigeons,$1.60 Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries

Farmers' Wagons and Carts per pair. .

If you want first-class' Wagon or Cart Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and
Cheap for Cash,call on I .FITSI!
R. D. .ZAHM Vines.. No Loss in Transplanting.CatalOl11e "
....I_ cue J..root s..a...1 to stop thuD fors and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. Address .
Jacksonville Fla. ....ud then kr them ntara 8< Office, H. Berlack's Store,East Bay streetFarm I tun cud.&be disease of WlTtJ,KI'ILi78Y or1LL4dlo Oakland,Orange Co. Fla.
Wagons from............$35.00 siQltl< alu.1oq stad7. I warrant my rnsMdyt ,
to$12.UV can tbs wont ..... BWXBM,th.rs bar toed la De .
Carts and Drays from.............$25.00 to$Zg.tit'! ?sot for tot BOW rteelTlof a cut. Send at one for thwWs ,
sod a PrM Bails CJI my tBfaUlU wm.Jy" alt ,
and Plants Palms
Kiiitax and tat can. It can 7...,-.-..fora trW. Greenhouse Bedding Etc. '
.BdlwOleuerMkWarranted JJL H.8.ROOT.mFeastsbLl001PD ; .?tOur
Oranges and Lemons!!I t
stock of the above is most extensive and varied. As we grow the leading classes in,

very large quantities,we are enabled to quote at unusually low prices. New. Catalogue wilt f
Consignments solicited. Liberal advances PradIeaI POUL T be mailed Iree to all applicants. Address *' u
made. :would be pleased to correspond. with Yply
parties desiring to ship here. I eaiM n oaa de.oeiptboa :' P. BEKCKMANS,
Sn&maen Morrison & Co. bnidl boW 10 capoaJse: DIaDa forDOUltrJ' ,o Fruitland Nurseries, ': b
t "
botaes: shoat; lDe.baton,
174 South Water St./Chicago. iD4whenlo gr p_Fowl.. 49-No agents employed.- Augusta. Ga. :
Refer to Metropolitan Notional Bank.,Chicago IIaBe4 f r 16 Veata. -

; J. V.yanvell.A Co.,Chicago.TOR ., >':16ooihCtlfhNfaeeifi+ h1 kow. B.e-v. LYD1an.: : :Jh.e1ps ,

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