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 Material Information
Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1887
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00055757:00082
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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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Parties town or out will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any
Bold everywhere. Price, CUTICURA 60c;;; goods they may need in our line. Prices lower than ever. R. ,A. ROBINSON & GO
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a f of the Richest jLands in the State. Wyaudottes Until further nu Uce,wilt fur.
The best equipped school In the State;afleomtnod* oMtriotlr : ? nlsh Eggs from the above varieties at|1 per
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ALWAYS TH E LOWEST. This Pioneer Line offers to Floridians,the Traveling Public-
and Shippers of Vegetables and Oranges the Quickest and,
Line to New York
magnificent Iron Steamships of this Ling will sail from Only-Direct as-Through Tickets and information secured In advance at,
FEBN tINA,FL\.,for NEW YORK,every Thursday even_ points In Florida. Staterooms reserved from Jack
ing filter arrival of 4:30 train from J*,ksonvllle, and evening principal sonvllle or Fernandlua'office.49Tralns '
trains from Cedar Key,Ocalo,Leesburg,Tavares, Orlando and leave F.R.&N.Co's Main Depot, foot of Hogan,
Florida!
South points street.Jacksonville at 8 811 a m and 4.80proon sailing days,,
RTO ORAlDE_._... w...._....__............Thursday: ,July 14 landing passengers'on Steamship's whatf, toot of Centre tU.: ".'
RTATE OK TEXAS.............,."' .....__...._Thursday.July 21 Fernandina. 4
RIO GRANDE..................................w.... ...-Thursday.July 28 Every this attention povl'rie table Is Is expended passengers going the 43-For Tickets and State-rooms and further Information.,. '
line. The with the best
STATE OF TEXAS.....,......................._.....Thursday, August 4 by New York and Florida supplied markets afford.apply to

R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,FernandIna,Fla. A. H. CRIPPEN. Gen'l Travling Agent J. M.CUTLER Pass.Agent,75 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.
C.H. MALLORY&CO.. .General Agents,Pier East River,foot Fulton street,New York City.

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I The Great Fast Express, Freight. system of the South


The attention shippers Is directed to the Plant S.S. "between Havana, Key West and Tampa,and People's Line of Steamers.between Sanford, Pa*.
latka and Jacksonville South Florida Railway between Tampa. and Sanford, S., F.A W. Ry between Jacksonville, Gainesville, River..Junction and Savan-
r"w nab, Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,Philadelphia,Boston and New York. The best equipped fastest and most:'
: r.- prompt lines between aU points In Florida and all points North and N ortb we.st.: Receivers and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection t .

NORTH BOUHD. SOUTH BOUND.
Double dal'y fast freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah.Donble dally fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah .:. .
to all points in Florida;fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Call-
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior han and Live Oak .
tend Coast points,including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Trl-weeklyservJee by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from
ProTrlvldencke.1 New York(New Pier 35,North River,)direct for Savannah Tuesdays,Thursdays and Batiux .-
y connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company,leaving Sa van- days. .
man: Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursday,
Twice a week for Baltimore'VIa the Merchants and :Miners Transportation Company,leavfor. Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
ing Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. for all points Florida. Only direct line frotu New England to the South.
weekly connection for Boston via the.Boston and Savannah Steamship. Company, leaving From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., 'g from Philadelphia every Saturday tat-
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Savannah every Thursday. Savannah direct. ,_ -
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via the Ocean Steamship Comany,leaving Savannah.. From Baltimore Merchants and Miners Transportation Co.,two steamers per week-
very Saturday from Baltimore for Savannah direct making close connection with s.,F.4 W.Ry for alfe:
Saaillng days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. points South. .
The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and best fast freight route from all points 'North,East and Westto, Florida.to For full particulars,rates,stencils and shipping receipts apply
any agents of the above lines,or to WM. P. HARDEE, Gen'l Freight Agent t Pavannah, Ga.
O. D. OWENS, Traffic' Manager,Savannah,Ga. W. M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Traffic Agent Jacksonville, Flu.
H.M.Sunray,Trav.Agent Gainef v-lle J.E.DBATTON,Trav.Agent,Live Oak. J.H.STEPHENS,Agent,Jacksonville.
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FOR SALE, BY


PABLO AND DIEGO BEACH COMPANY THE' FLORID SOUTH RAILWAY COPALY
Offers Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for Investment or Cultivation.
Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Dally Mails. .
Also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the J nstallment Plan if desired. Address
JAS. M.KBKAHJEK,President,over Bank of Jacksonville,or W.B. GRANT,Supt., SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF
8.n Pa 10. Florida.
Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange;;

FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee- -' ,,?"'*: : .

Cousistinff of the finest Orange,Faiiolng,Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the State of Floiv.
AND Ida; Price: $1.2.')per.acre and upwards, according to location. .

REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, For further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway C/GV,PalaLka.,Fla.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA., L. N. WILKIE, W. P. COOPER,
Has tor sale choice! Lots.Orange Groves and Wild Lands Allows interest on deposits,Col
lects Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans,etc. Chief Clerk and Cashier,Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner.
,J. O."GRKEMSY, President. E*. D. HOSBIBR Treasurer. '

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BUILDING I MATERIAL I FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHA s,

THE LARGEST STOCK IN FLORIDA.: PHmAJDELPHIA. <

FRONT PRESSED BRICK....................................................810.00 per 1000 Inaugurators of theVentilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida without ice)..
GOOD FLOltIDA ..........._.......................................... 9.00 .* Reference: Our.., Acct Sales and check Saturday,for every shipment closed out that week. <>.
Lime Plaster Lath,Cement,Hair,Fire,Fire Brick Fire Slabs,Fire Mortar. -

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BraideHtewH, Manatee Co., Fla. Ic g- != O"eo
Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate on commission. Eighteen years'residence It ;. :..:) I :g
Manatee County .Personal knowledge of most of the lands throughout the county. A>a 0 I. I
practicing Attorney: ,and a* County Judge fora number of years,!have had occasion tc }t CL 1 .. 1 1e3 = tfi .
become familiar with many titles and the CountY'Records. Having been continuously en ,.. q O ,
gnged,all these years In the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable product t-I O'"Ca4 W S
of this semi-troplcal section gives me advantages the selection of the various qualities O' uI
lands suitable. Maps and Abstracts furnished, Titles examined: and Deeds executed. Info- I ., 8
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toatlon furnished. Correspondence solicited. pi :::::; IG
NOTE.-Braidentown Is situated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,about r"' ; ) 3'A j
thirty-five miles south ot Tampa. Has daily service by the elegant steamer Margaret. Ad -ctf.s r ;
Jaoont are the lovely Terra Cela Sarasota and Palma Bola Bays,teeming with all kind**); pt::: : It.)
fiiih,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building sites in ..-.-.. _., -s s
the world, with thousands of acres of hammock and. pine lands,:where.tropical. fruits and .. o 3O
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when we consider that nature has assigned vators will pursue the same policy and GIRDLING.

C qlle' and Orchard, to each race special conditions, thus avoid great and inconvenient r ,

,\{;. ::":G ;;;"- :':: : :i::: (':;?:: :: : : and therefore a special zone, then her complications.I How to Make the Navel Bear.!', ,

For\.the'\FLABIDA DISPATCH.- .* > distinctions become a pomological will give an outline of our presentlist "Number Nine," a correspondent of
SPANISH AND CHINESE necessity. I may here remark inci- in their order of ripening, giving
the Palatka News had number of
PEACHES. dentally that while single race may their race .and place of origin. And a

occupy the northern extreme and here let me say that we, of the ,extreme Navel orange trees, but becoming dia-

Their Relation to other Types, and another race the southern extreme of South are under vast obligationsto gusted with their barrenness concludedto

to Florida and Texas Culture. the general peach zone, yet that the Mr. P. J. Berckmans the intro- graft them with other varieties.

t Our definition of what 'we call the subordinate zones of the different duction of material upon which to He says ;
races to HO overlap each other base our improvements of Southern
Spanish race of peaches is sufficiently appear : "At about two feet from the ground
that two or-more different Chinese
races are races.
.given in the extract from my pamphlet I sawed the off
tree
; nearly leaving,
found successful ground .
upon commonto Peen-to Chinese from P. J. Berck
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in the DISPATCH of June 27. each other.I perhaps, one.inch thickness of wood
Georgia. .
mans
''r While we usually speak of this class have been reading the DISPATCH ,, Early; China Chinese"; Texas VV seed' and bark, then bent the top} over to

1 as a strain, yetI believe it entitled to until I have come to realize that while ling of Honey. ,, ; the ground. The trees now began to
bloom set fruit and continued to do
be designated as''a race.: \there are some very marked differences Honey, Chinese, from P. J. ;Berck ,
Jor nine months until sawed them
so (
The varieties of between the two States, yet in I mans; Georgia.
usually spoken as off bloom and fruit of all
) having
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peach culture, there is a great deal of Pallas, Chinese, from P. J. Berck
Persian have in estimation sizes that the winter I
my an Wants so following
similarity of between Southern mans, Georgia. \ '
equal claim to be designated as thee sent them to the New Orleans Exposition -
Texas and Florida. It seems that Mote Hybrid, Spanish and Persian;
bunch of blossoms and
Persian race instead of ther Persian some of the progeny of the Chinese Texas. a fifty-

strain. In both of these(general types Cling are successful in Northern Florida -; For this season of ripening we shall three sizes of oranges ; the largest, a ?

as the entire Northern Chinese are introduce a Texas seedling of Honeyyet ripe one, weighing thirty-three ounces,
there are a number of special strains all from the
picked one tree same day.
in Middle or Northern Texas. At the to be named and possibly the"Daisy'
To avoid contusion should The the with'bloom
we employthe trees lying on ground,
time
same quite the whole Northern of Dr. Neal, Alachua coun- ;
'terms most descriptive of the Chinese class are worthless in the coast ty, Fla.. ripe oranges and all sizes 0 be-

thought. ,' region of Texas except under some Onderdonk Spanish, resembling tween, were a great think curiosity."I there be

While..there seems to be a resemblance unusual local conditions that seem to Crawford, has crimson color, sweet, such began to much might'in
be covered of altitude favorite from Texas.Rupeley's a thing as too vigor a
by questions
in the style of fruit of the our ; fruit tree don't know what else to
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and humidity. Cling, Spanish, resem-
above two races there is a call it), and by checking its growth it
,yet very
On the other hand the Peen-to, so bling above, but is cling. .
marked, ,difference in their style and far ,as its varieties are too early bloomers hula, Spanish, resembles Onder would turn its attention to fruit. The
next I of the limbson
ltO tof, oWt. An interesting! chapter are too far north with us, and the donk, but is a few days later.Cabler'S spring girdled some
: ; one or two Navel trees. In the
is usually lost with us accountof indian, Spanish::) corres
might her. written here, upon the crop on fall I had to those limbs
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frosts. after blooming, ,/' ponds to Indian Blood of Persian race; '
development, of races from a common were so loaded with fruit. On others

original'; ; ;"! VV,: ... W ,.. i60 ,.... ..-.a.., : ieembatLalljaigties! f.t ;.re as', 1. 0, : I slitted the bark down the bodies;
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0'or" Persian af Mquite' impracticablefin : 'Carpenter North Chinese
Cling, ,
those trees held all the fruit they oughtto
We observe that the Chinese
: Cling both Southern Texas and Florida splendid and runs farther south than bear. "

and its"numerous ja-ogeny differ from except under extremely local con-, any other of its class we have tried; "I had a fig tree ten years'old, it had

the more Southern Chinese in a way ditions. It seems, also, that both the Texas. never borne a fig. I was mad, and

quite similar to the differences be Southern Chinese, Honey (and its Galveston, Spanish, large, whitish slashed the bark of the body from the
progeny),and the Spanish races are sub-acid. (We have a seedlingof
green
tween the Spanish and Persian. So limbs to (the ground; ; it manifested its
adopted to both sections, unless it same type that may prove still fruit than
pleasure by bearing more we
great are these differences, and such is proves that the extreme of Southern larger, but we await its testing); could consume, and this is again
year
the increase of difference as we approach Florida is below tjie zone of either or Texas. loaded. I had previously dug and

the' equatorial limits that the both of these' races, although it seems Sander's Cling, large, very bright thrown away fifteen fig trees,up now I
adapted to the Peen-to type. which yellow, of unusual firmness; Texas. .
thought naturally occurs to speak of: am planting more. There are now
seems to extend below all other races. Bonito Spanish, resembles Lemon
in
standing near a build-
this class as the Northern Chinese my nursery
It appears to me that, in considerationof Cling in external appearance; Texas. buds'not'
ing, two one year-old
(shall ,it be race or strain-I race). the conditions orange
say above presented, a Texas, Spanish, medium to large, over two feet high ; they were girdledby
Next comes the Honey type. Both victory gained for peach culture 'in greenish white, with bluish, firm flesh;. wood lice ; one of them had over

Honey and Peen-tn are eminently one of these sections is a triumph for' Texas. fifty blossoms and set the fruit, then

Southern and truly Chinese/" why then both regions. Therefore these two Gandalupe Spanish, large, white, died ; I heaped the earth up>> about the

not designate them as Southern Chinese regions, although distant from each excellent clingstone; Texas other, above the(: girdle, and it now has

? Moreover, we find very marked other have great interes.s in common, Orman, Spanish, reminds one of Susquehanna an one-third This sub-
distinctions between not only our and should be largely interested in in external appearance, although orange is grown. and
ject very interesting to me, no
. original of both of these types, but each other's pomological progress. It much later, very showy, cling doubt many of your readers have noticed

these distinctions run through their is fortunate for each section that the stone; Texas. the same cause and effect. I am

entire progeny. Also, we find that other has been making just such improvements Liltard's October, hybrid Spanishand not scientific enough to explain the

the Peen-to type evidently run farthersouth as are adapted not only to Persian, large, white, red cheek; cause, but would like much to
than the Hone :. As these_ distinctions itself but to the uses of the other. Texas. have of readers very that
any_ your _are capable -
are so persistent why not And now has not the time arrived I While we have tried a considerable to do so through your columns."

class.them separately and have a designation when the two regions can mutually number of hybrids between the Span In another
j descriptive of each type? enlarge their resources from the other? ish and Persian, we have found very answer to correspondentthe

What more natural designation could \Ve in Texas certainly want the improvements few that have not presented such serious writer says:

we adopt than to speak of the Honeyand that have been made in defects in habit as rendered them "It seems to be almost impossible''to

its progeny as the Southern Chinese Florida.In useless in our culture, although they kill any tree by girdling, with a few

race? our improved Spanish peacheswe may have become valuable farther exceptions, from the time they beginto

And as to.the Peen-to, already the have secured counterparts of a north. We think we have the Rose grow in the spring until about July.I .

mother'of quite a progeny, why not number of the choice varieties of the and fMlard's October at about their have seen a magnolia, two feet in

speak of the type as the Peen-to, race/ Persian race. In Florida you have lowest practicable southern limit. diameter, completely girdled from the

For the purposes of the present Spanish varieties corresponding to When we get Florida improve- ground fi ve feet up ; it healed, and

chapter we will adhere to these desig- some old valued sorts which we have ments in the same your lines in which we such a profusion of bloom I never saw,

nations. It may be said that it is inexpedient been unable to match. Our combinedlist have here for laboring, will we not. and later in the season the ground was
to multiply distinctions. will be a treasure to both sections.In covered with fruit.
have a supurb list? And when.Florida.
Well, we are not 'responsible} for. the my nomenclature I have not adopted gets our Texas improvements, will not "To produce the desired effect on a

distinctions made by the God of nature any names suggestive of the old your people have a good list also? non-bearing fruit tree, the girdling,
: and we cannot ignore them without varieties which our Spanish peaches G. ONDEBDONK. slitting of bark or any other kind of

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spring soon after the 'tree has com- udgment.- For my part, a common I have had no experience with the For the FLORIDA DISPATCH:
menced to put on a vigorous growth, seedling is preferred-is far superiorto English walnut, but see no reason Oranges in Louisiana.The .
and in case of the Navels before the an Australian Navel. why it would not do well m Florida. successful booming of the orange
blossom, buds have opened. As to Florida's 'having grown the Pecan trees come into bearing from business in Florida and California has
"With the fig I nee the knife when genuine Washington Navel identical six to ten years, and at twenty years awakened lower Louisiana and she is
the tree first begins to show signs of with our Washington Navel as longas should yield from 150 pounds to now putting forth her claims as an
starting ,its buds in winter. The fig California I very much doubt. 200 pounds per tree, presuming all orange-producing State In a.. late
tree that had never borne up to two And as to the quality of this variety, things are favorable. In placeof number of The South Illustrated, New
years a'go"and which I treated with as grown in Florida, I cannot pass deteriorating in bearing the older .,Orleans, Edwin L. St. Ceran, well
the abuse system, and loaded with my judgment, as I have never tested, they get up to fifty years there known to the readers of the DISPATCH,
fruit the season following dropped its to; my knowledge fruit of this variety will be marked improvement in yield says that they possess a large citrus-
first setting of fruit this spring, but Florida grown. If you have varie- yearly, and consequently a steady advancement producing area of country equal in
now is a sight to see. The fruit is of ties' of oranges that are superior to in the income. The extent to,the combined citrus belts of
all sizes, and more than our family of our Washington Navel], I have yet to tree is not affected by any climatic Los Angeles, San Bercendino and San
four can consume. The fig needs a:' find ,them. I would like very much to change of heat or frost, but upwardand Diego counties in California,and com-
home market, it ripens by the clock, find 'a variety or varieties that surpass onward continue to grow, increasing prising the greater part of ten or twelve
each fig, or half a dozen, has its time, the genuine Washington Navel'in yearly in beauty; and finally, with parishes extending from Ascension on
and to get them at their best, you flavor'or bearing qualities.I ,outspreading branches, is a tree of the north to Plaquemines on the south, .
should sit under the tree, and as each can truly say that ninety-nine beauty and money promise to the and from Pearl on the east to Sabine ,,
ripens reach up and catch it as it is, trees out of every hundred planted' owner.. The borer is the only enemyto on the west. All this land is admira-
about to drop-then they are yum- here are of the, Washington Navel fight and is easily detected and killed. bly adapted for raising oranges, consisting '
yum. variety, and they are very careful l to Destroy all caterpillar nests and of clay loams, sandy lands and 1
"In connection with the subject of know they are getting the genuine ar- chances for these borers are thereby' river bottoms.In .
girdling fruit trees in the spring to ticle ; nearly all the demand for the diminished. A gummy substance, Plaquemines is produced the famous
make them bear\ I will say that my last five years has been for this variety.As sticking to the tree denotes their pres coast orange, which is par excellence
experience teaches me that to kill tim- to its bearing qualities I will ence. Scrape away this substance the finest ,grown on our conti-
. ber trees mosteflectually that they say truthfully there are varieties that where a hole will appear ; in this hole nent. This parish, the most southernin
will not sprout from the ground or are more prolific, yet, as this fruit insert a wire and thus crush the worm. the citrus belt extends peninsularlike
stump after 'being cut-girdle them always commands the best prices anda Sometimes they may be found under into the Gulf, hugging the Missis-
near the ground: in the month of Au- ready sale-never having enough to the ground three or four inches and sippi in its meandering course to the
gust. ". Old timers. say'when; the signis supply the demand-it bears regularly, close to the trunk, but are generally sea, and embracing the rich delta lands
in the heart'.c sep almanac.) no "off" years like the Australian, found in the trunk or limbs. The harmis rivaling in fertility the shores of the
"If you.anticipate clearing hammock variety; it costs no wore to pick, pack in girdling a limb as completely as famous Nile. The coast oranges bring
I land next winter, the coming August and market than anJ: other variety; if done with an axe, when the limb top prices in Northern markets and
girdle all' the timber of any size,. andit and selling for double the price, even dies. Pecan trees need no particular are richer than all others in succose
will save a heap of (cutting) sprouts if it does not bear quite as much fruit, attention or fertilizing. and will bear and saccharine matter.
next season." the price obtained more than pays bad treatment,and gross neglect better They claim, among other things,
Girdling has been practiced for a the difference in quantity. We are sat than any tree I know of.: I know of a proximity to the Western and North
number of but can of our isfied with its prolificness.Mr. case where a lot of pecan trees were ern markets with rapid and cheap
years any Parsons says: "Get some seed left on the sidewalk of a principalcity transportation, early maturity in being
readers tell the after treatment ? For of the Washington Navel, as it does in Florida to the mercy of frost, one month ahead of the Florida
how many years does girdling prove sometimes produce seed.; I will pay and sun for days. The roots were almost and two months in advance of Califor-
beneficial, and how often should'; it be Mr. Parsons, or anyone that wishes to withered and terribly mutilated. nia ;; earlier maturing of trees, budded
repeatedED.. engage in the business, twenty-five They were finally bought and plantedon bearing in three years ; exemptionfrom
JFor\ +++ dollars per seed obtained from the the sawdust and poorest looking red and white scale and other
the FLORIDA DISPATCH: Riverside Washington Navel, I to ground I have ever seen in Florida. fungoids and pans"rtes.Does .
A.. ,Ca1ifornian'on, the Navel Ques' furnish the fruit, and, providing the Eight years afterwards I stood under ., (
tion-Riverside, Beats party fails to find the seed, they to the branches of these trees and saw Barrs' Daisy Head the List?
the World. pay five dollars per box of 140 oranges hundreds of nuts on them. As a gen- In the last issue of the DISPATCHthe
,. Jn your issue of .Tune 20th} I notice more or less, 65 pounds of eral rule, wherever the hickory tree editor states that the Gazette was
extracts from my letter (which' was fruit. will grow, the pecan tree will flourish. "too previous" in stating that Bans'
not intended for publication) to Mr. In the thousands of oranges of this Along creek bottoms, the margin of Daisy peach weighed nine ounces and
E.,.,H. Hart, Federal Point, Fla., in' variety that I have examined I lakes and like localities-though I have Bidwell's three ounces. Further, the
which I expressed myself candidly in have found but one little, puny seed seen splendid specimens on high pine DISPATCH states that it was Bans'
regard to the Navel question. -this in many years' experience. land four miles from a water course.I Daisy which weighed the three ounces.
Also in same issue I notice your Anyone wishing to engage in the plant in squares of forty feet and We may have been mistaken in stating
remarks in your editorial under head business can now avail themselvesof between plant pears, peaches, etc. that Mr. Mott committed himselfas
of"The Washington Navel." In said this opportunity. We claim that The pecan orchard can be utilized for to the merits of the> two varieties,
editorial you see fit to "get after me" our Washington Navel is absolutely years and years without injury to the but we and others who saw the samples
pretty lively. Now Mr. Editor to do seedless-so near so that we will bet trees or a vegetable garden or truck are not mistaken as to their mer-
justice to myself, I feel as if I should on it. C. 8. BURGESS. patch. The largest Irish potatoes, its and weights. We can prove by the .
make a few explanations to this letter Riverside, Cal.,July 2d, 1887. egg plant, tomatoes and cucumbers I affidavits of several reliable citizens
published in 'the DISPATCH of June The fact that California oranges have raised in Florida, have been that our statement of the weights of f
20th. bring higher prices than Floridas is, grown immediately in the shade. of the two peaches referred to was cor
I did not claim to have seen all the owing to the season at which theyare forty-year-old pecan trees. rect.-Micanopy Gazette.If i
Navel in Florida. I shown I sell nuts and old
trees
was marketed rather than to dis- pecan one year the Gazette was mistaken as to
several varieties of the Navels called any trees. These trees from
pecan are my
the words it in Mr. Mott's mouth,
parity in quality. Late Florida fruit put
Parsons, Bahai, Washington and own varieties of pecans, and conse-
Bloo1. Also was shown some of the that is left ou the trees and marketedat quently the buyer knows just exactly why may it not be mistaken as to the
original trees from Washington, D. C. the same time as the California what he is getting. The different relative weight? We have already
I am satisfied you have the genuine fruit brings equally high prices.-[ED. varieties growing on my place are unlike expressed our "dubiousness" as to the
Washington Navel there but I have ever seen and the
; many DISPATCH. any nine ounce Daisy, and if we were
of those called the Washington Navelare e meat is far superior in taste, as the
nothing but the Australian Navel. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: nuts are in looks to any raised in quite near to Brother Martin, ..VJQ
My interest in the matter is not 80 English Walnuts and Pecans.I America, so far as I know and believe, might whisper in his ear our doubtsas
great as to warp my judgment (as you have been requested to answer and have been pronounced by judgesto to the Bidwell's weighing three
assert). If Florida has better varie- through the'columns of the DISPATCH, be the Simon pure soft shell pecan ounces, how is this for a change? The
ties than our Washington Navel whyis the following questions: "1st. What nut. My one-year-old trees will DISPATCH has "no enemies to rewardnor
it that they do not command the age do pecan trces and English wale average from six t:. eighteen inches "
friends to It is after bottom
price in the markets? Why is it that nuts come i to bearing; what mode of high with good sound tap root twiceas facts. Now sponge. the"Alfred
our oranges sell for better prices in culture do they require? 2d. Where long as the tree is high. Nuts and Davids." bring on
the markets than Florida fruits? can the trees be bought and what is trees ready for market from Novem- ,
At New Orleans, if the Australian the price per hundred? Will a grove ber to March. A tree near Lake City,.ja fiaid i ":,to
Navel ranked higher than the'Washington of these, trees be likely to pay the investor ARTHUR BROWN, have thIrty., bushels of Le':Conte pearson
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; the grapes and packing them in glass great runner and afine bearer, several The vine is growing in a hollow be-
1 ins ard f:' jara to be preserved for:exhibition.The North Carolina seedlings, three varie- tween elevated ridges of rich shell
vines were planted last springon ties of Scuppernong grapes, the Flowers -, land, what soil there is being as blackas
tn: :::::;; a::;; :: :; =:';: ; ':.'i-:"' Illinois
newly cleared land. I measured the Tenderpulp and the Thomas.It the richest Indiana or prai-
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; r .i. "' several, and found that many of them was a sight worth going miles to rie.This
Grape Culture in Orange County. had made two or three canes ranging see, for it is an undeniable negative to proves to us conclusively that
:While:' t traveling through the country( from nine to twelve feet in length. those who assert that nothing but where the soil is suitable and. 'rich, .
around(I Orlando, I kept a close watch One of them had three canes of this oranges can be grown in Florida. A enough the climate of Forida presentsno
to,:J,see ,what was being done in the way year's growth that measured in the I few years ago I saw so little growingbut obstacle to grape culture-of, cer-
of grape culture. I saw some very aggregate over forty feet. These vinesset oranges that I did not know but tain varieties. at any rate.
flourishing scuppernong vines but there some fruit last season, their first they might possibly be stating the P. W. REASONEK.
wren ,very few grapes on them thisyear. year., Most of them set plenty of facts. Now the only question with me Marco Pass, 8. W..Florida. ,June 17,1887.
Most of them bore heavily last grapes this year but the owners very is, what cannot be profitably grown in
season. A few complained that though wisely picked off all but a few bunches, Florida? and the-number is destinedto The Ives.
the,Vines: grew luxuriantly, they had two or three clusters each, on perhapsa be largely increased from year to The editor of the Gardener's
Very y few grapes. several l dozen of the largest vinE's.At that year. Even now, ,no State in the Monthly,_, says: Because the Ives was
times near the city, I thought it might date few of the grapes were fully ripe. Union can equal Florida, in variety of good for nothing but wine in Ohio. is
f be possible that the scuppernong did The bunches we picked were of fair desirable productions. no reason why it should not be,a good
not thrive in Orange county, but later size under the circumstances, by no Greatly increased attention shouldbe table grape in Georgia. The editor
t I found that the trouble was merely means large for that,variety:; but were given: to all of the many fruits that has eaten Ives in Tennessee that were
local, and that as a rule the vines were compact and perfect specimen The can be successfully and profitably good enough for a very critical taste.
4t as productive as elsewhere. grapes are very good-sweet, clear grown in Florida. We need more No one knows exactly why, but it is
There has been some experimenting through; the flavor fair but not equalto variety in every locality. There is no certain quality varies remarkably with
with other varieties: and the results some of the finer grapes, such as danger but that people enough will location in grapes.
shoW'that Orange county may be the Delaware, Dutchess, etc. Yet, attend to ,orange growing for a fine Prof: E. Dubois, the well known
counted as being within the limits of owing to the large, compact bunches, orange grove is very .attractive. vineyardist, of Tallahassee, has been
successful grape culture. large berries, white and fine looking, Every possible variety of fruit should, selling Ives grapes in New York City
'rhe most curious variety is the Tuberous there is no doubt that it will be a profitable be grown to increase home comforts, twenty cents per pound. He says he for-
-rooted grape from Cochin grape to grow for Northern as well as to send to market. is more and more in love with this
China. Mr. A. I. Bid well has two, or markets. Ripening as it does in Juneor SHERMAN ADAMS. variety, as it proved this year to be
three vines growing on his place near early in July, it would undoubtedlysell Gabriella, Fla.,June. .20.. 1887. earlier than the champion, which is
Orlando. This variety dies to the from twenty to forty cents per not generally the easel '
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roundevery year, and, each springnew pound. Destructive Grape Insects. We recommend the foregoing to
,cane start from the root, grow Besides the vineyard I have men- '
; Mr. Steele who maintains that the
u'.very rapidly,bloom and ripen their tioned, I saw other Niagara vines near The insects in box sent with 'this 'i
fruitVhen I saw these vines, some Altamonte. All were growing vigor are very destructive grape leaves; Ives is worthless everywhere. ,. ,
of the canes had reached a height of ously and seemed perfectly healthy. I they riddle them, .leaving only the ,
eight to ten feet and at that lime the think, however, that they will find, veins. W. C. STEELE. For the FLORIDA Disr ETCH:
leaves had hardly begun to develop. after a few years' experience, that the REPLY: In the box sent, I found:, Steel-Blue Beetle.
The clusters of buds were well grown vines will do better when allowed to two distinct insects: The green bug is You desired the name of the Steel
but.none] in bloom ; each bunch was grow freely during the summer than an Homopterous insect (Pnecilopternseptmtrionalis Blue Beetle. It is Haltica chalybea.The .
several inches long JHld .s.e med{to Contain } when summer .pruned or pinched. spinola") common on larva to the leaf: the beetle to the
two-or threejiundred flower buds,! 1: have a few Niagaras-growing andam grape vines in June and July. It hasa unopened buds, scooping them out and
the prospect fora crop of fruit was so well pleased with what I saw of suctional mouth, which it inserts in ruining the vine, are the most destruc-
very 'good. them in Orange' county that I intendto the bark and feeds on the sap tive pests I have ; they are everywherevery
''I saw on several places,.vines of the plant more of them next winter.A of the vine, but is never in suffi- numerous, even two beetles are
"St: Augustine" grape, Herbemont or word as to personal experience dent quantities to do much injury enough to ruin a vine for one season
\ arren; they seemed to be very flour- My Brightons have proved to be at and need occasion no alarm. in one day.
ishing and were full of very large, least two weeks earlier than the Del- The other insect is a beetle (Colas' I The caterpillars you have seen at
handsome, bunches of grapes, thoughnone awares this year. They are larger pis brunnea Fabr.) It is a common. Mr. Lehman's is Procris Americana.The .
of them had begun to ripen yet, and very much finer looking grapes, insect in all parts of the United States, ; moth is blue-black, with a saffron .
On1 one place.near Altamonte, I found and most people would undoubtedly feeding on the leaves of various oaks. colored collar and a notched tuft on
a' 'row* of large Vines full of fruit. pronounce them the hest. If it feeds on the grape vine, it is a the extremity of the body. The wings,
They were' mostly varieties of Vitis W. C. STEELE. newly acquired habit and never be- which are very narrow, expand nearlyone
vinifera. The two t.hat'seemed to be Switzerland, Fla.,July 4, 1887. fore reported, although another beetle, inch. H. VON LUTTICHAU,
doing'the best were Black Hamburg closely allied to it and belonging to Earleton,Fla., July 1887. *
ami,1'WhiteSweetwater; the Iona, a hybrid For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: the same family, called the grape vine .
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of American origin, was also Grapes at Oviedo.A flea beetle(Haltica chalybea lliyer) is For the FLORIDA DISPATCH:
'quite thrifty and was ripening some recent call upon J. S. Wamble, 'very destructive at times, to the vine Niagaras. r
very good clusters. at Oviedo, gave me a very agreeable in the larval and beetle stage.A I sent you on Monday, by express,
'A' gentleman! near Oviedo sir-wed surprise In the matter of grapes. A wash of Cither "Paris Green" or a small box of my "Niagara" grapes.I .
me soma very healthy vines full of few years since he procured a numberof "London Purple," is always efficaciousin have seen one or two doubts of their
fruit; None were ripe enough to be vines from a Jacksonville nursery, destroying these pests. merits expressed in your valuable pa
t named with He had and they have done under his W H. ABHMEAD.
\ any certainty. one finely M. per. I find it a very thrifty grower,
or two Delawares and some of the painstaking care on his excellent high Jacksonville_ _July.1887. abundant bearer, and, I think you will
Rogers Hybrids. He showe i me two pine land. I have eaten of his grapesas --- .- agree me, it is a very fine table grape,
vines bought of a "tree peddler," ,for I picked them from the vines in pre- For the FLORIDA DISPATCII: sweet and tender.
"Black Hamburg," and some other vious years, but they seem to be increasing Goethe Grape. J. H. GIRARDEAU.
choice Variety whose name I have for in excellence and productiveness As of interest in connection with Monticello, Fla.,July 6,1887.
gotten. They were full of fruit, whichwas from year to year. This year the"grape" talk which has appeared in The box of Niagaras came duly to
not yet colored. I saw at once. they are a sight well calculated to in the DISPATCH from time to time,I will,
hand and were certainly as fine specimens
thatthey.were not varieties of Vitis spire enthusiasm in the lover of the state that here on Mr. Collier's place, :
'vinifera, but full blooded natives of delicious fruit of the vine, and also to in company with thrifty old) "alligatorpear of this variety as we ever saw.-
the Labrusca family, probably Con. encourage and strengthen the faith of ," sapodilla and sugar-apple and [ED. Dis. .
'cords. all who believe in the possibillities of lime trees, which:: have their tons of --- ----.>. -------
of Orlando,. set out. in the spring o)f I The vines, without an exception, so year old grape vine of the Goethe thinks must have gone wrong
1886 some strong, one year did layer far as I could see, are literally loaded (Rogers No. 11) variety, now covered some how, the American Garden says:
vines of the ,Niagara grape. By their with delicious-fruit, not one variety with bushels,of ripe grapes (I wouldnot "We have :always confessed a likingfor
invitation I visited their vineyard on alone, but all. 1 noted the names of a dare estimate bow many),of most this variety and claimed its supe
the afternoon' ofMune 21, I met there number. They are Ives' Seedling, exquisite flavor. The branches are full, riority in the face of the then newly
Mayor: ; 'Reel, Mr. Gore, editor of the Black and Golden Hamburg: Lutz, compact and evenly ripened, showingno introduced Niagara, and we are
Reporter' p another gentlemen from Rogers No. 15, Martha No. 19, Concord rot nor mildew, though it is raining pleased that so excellent an authorityas
Orlarido. The purpose of the meeting Delaware,Isabella a grape from here nearly every day ; many of them Mr. Campbell should sustain this
:" wag witness the picking 'some' f I his home place in .North Carolina, a are,'.ix and seven inches in length. opinion.JuLi .



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; settled a great many disputed pointsin the South is like many other things, the tity of the manure heap by using con-
Hhe&rni. the science of agriculture, and the poorest in quality. One horse will eat siderable bedding, and as the manureis
one under consideration among them. from three to four dollars worth a taken out scattering coarse litter
"For the FLORIDA DISPATCH : These experiments had particularly in month-say $40 a year, and the hay among it. To the extent of absorbingall
view a study on plant nutrition. being of a very inferior quality he will, the liquid or soluble portions, litteror
SoiJs Leach. By actual. analysis of thirteen hun- therefore, require a larger supply of bedding can be used to a good ad-
In your issue of July 4th, I notice dred samples of the drainage water grain food to make up for deficiencyof vantage. But when we add a quantity -,
that this fact is seriously questionedby collected at a depth of sixty inches nutritious. over and above what is necessaryto
the Rev. Lyman Phelps] and that and over, below the surface,they have Of the hay we made, as related do this, we are adding to the quantity -
you editorially reiterate the questionand demonstrated beyond all question that above, one horse ate twice the quantity without materially increasing the
express your decided doubts of tome valuable manurial elements are he would take of Northern hay ; and supply, because a larger quantity will
the fact. leached through the soil and lost.I. that cost us about $20 to make and be found necessary to secure the same
As you invite a "full expression"on H. GIRARDEAU. stow, lasted the animal about eleven amount fertility. Straw and fodder,
this subject, allow me to express For the FLORIDA DISPATCH H.-C : months, also reduced his demands for material that we usually use for bedding -
myself decidedly in the affirmative on A Successful "Hay Maker" in grain food about one-half. Thus there contains but a small amount of
this question. It is one that I did Florida. was a saving of at least half the cost, plant food, and add but very little
not think was seriously questioned by and a superior article of forage sup- I [fertility to the soil. Their principal
any observant planter. "A Penny Haved Is,a Penny Earned. plied. without stint. Try it.C.; value is in a combination of feeds for a
My\ reasons for thinking that soils If we can save the cents and the V. H. stock,'or by using them as absorbents. q
(especially sandy soils) leach are dollars annually expended for hay, Fernandina, Fla.,Jfuly 8,1887. H[ properly used in this way they cane
these: by utilizing the grass under our feet, e-4 ) made of considerable value. i 9eighty
1st. The fact that our rainfall, to a making hay thereof which our stock Farm Yard Manure. Mr. Shepherd says it is necessary to
great extent, leaches through our soils will accept and eat, then we shall have We usually speak of this as if it was supply to all the stock a sufficient i
until stopped by an impervious strata earned the price which would other always the same quality, which is quantity of bedding to keep them
of rock or clay, as shown in our common wise have been paid for Northern or wrong. Circumstances cause it to clean and comfortable, and in doing
and artesian wells, if* of ,course other hay. differ widely, even under the same this a.sufficient quantity is secured, or
not doubted. Now, as all fertilizing The two great essentials for hay management., The age of the. animal rather applied, to furnish all the ab
elements must be dissolved before they making are grass and sunshine; put yielding it has something to do with sorbents necessary. Above this he
can become available as plant food, with them the necessary labor and the its character-the manure from an old does not consider it best to apply .simply -
how is it possible that some of these hay is made, the money saved and animal is stronger and better than to increase the quantity.
elements thus held in solution should earned. There is no lack of any of the that of a young and growing.animal, The farmer should endeavor, if pos
not obey the same law of gravity and essentials in Florida. How shall we as the young animal uses up more of sible, to raise most of his stock feedon
leach through in considerable quantities utilize and combine. these successfully? the valuable elements in the food to his own farm. Bran will have to
? This loss would be greatest in We earned it in this wise : increase its size. Then the characterof be bought, of course, also cottonseedmeal
the winter when evaporation is least, A ten-acre orange grove on ham- the feed consumed has very muchto but it should be bought with the
during wet seasons and on laud free mock land just come into bearing, was do with the character of the manure. price of something raised, making the
of vegetation; it would be reduced to for four years constantly hoed clean, Mr. N. T. Shepherd, a well-informed transaction simply an indirect ex
a minimum in dry weather and whilea and all stumps of the forest clearingwere contributor to the Indiana Farmer, change. When this cannot be doneit
growing crop was on the land, as broken up with an axe as fast as refers to this fact and says the mate- may be taken as a sure sign that
capillary attraction and a network of decay admitted, weeds; vines and rial used as feed makes a very considerable the farm is going back, and some kind
roots would then turn the tide the sprouting trees were kept out by pull I difference in the quality of the of change in management should be
other way. ing or digging up by the roots, and a manure. Wintering stock upon corn made immediately.-J. P. Sielle, in
2. How else can the fact that poor steady improvement in growth and fodder, straw, either wheat or7 oats, Mobile Register.
laud is so much benefitted by planting uniformity of the grass crop was observed with only a little corn given along to ..
it to leguminous crops be accounted from year to year In 1886 clean keep up necessary animal heat, will Cuban Corn.
for, if you discard the accepted and culture was discontinued and a luxu- make manure of a much lower quality Mr. E. L. Bugbee, who would be a
time-honored one, that the deap-feed- rious growth of grass came up, presenting than if the same stock were fed upon desirable acquisition to any commu-'
ing! roots of the legumes bring: back to a smooth meadow-like surfaceof good hay or clover and straw with bran. nity, and who resides near our town, '
the surface elements of fertility that waving green,.broken only by the By cutting up straw-say rice straw showed us a specimen of the finest Cu-
had leached below the reach of surface regular rows of orange trees. To one in the lower South-and then addinga ban corn we have ever seen. The variety -
.feeding plants? Certainly ,the accustomed to the hay field, the temp- small proportion each of.wheat bran is something the Cotton Belt, an
small gain from atmospheric sources tation to "try it" was inevitable. I and cotton seed meal we secure a feed agricultural paper published at Memphis -
cannot account for it. True, there was no mowing machine, equal in value to the best quality of ,Tenn.,has been offering to Southern -
The renovation of old fields, by nor tedder, nor horse rake, but in a timothy hay, at a much less cost, and farmers as the best kind of maize
allowing them to grow up again in few days there were scythes, forks and at the same time the manure is considerably that can be grown in this latitude.
trees, has always naturally been at- hand rakes, and during June, July and increased in value. When matured the kernel is of such a
tributed to the same cause, the long August the grass received attention Feeding wheat bran and cotton hard and flinty nature that the weevil,
roots of the trees, reaching down far from time to time. When the rains seed meal gives us for most purposesa which is so destructive to other corn, .
below where a cultivated crop could, were frequent the floor of the: spacious most valuable manure. This is of cannot injure it, and hence should be
and bringing up again and depositingupon packing house served the purpose for course for cattle and sheep, although largely cultivated. Mr. Bugbee got
the surface fertility that had curing and making equally as well as horses that are not at work can be an envelope last April with 150 grains, o
sunk below an available depth. Of the ground ; and the loft of the same wintered on it in good condition. Mr. which he planted ; only I 115 came up. ''It
course after a few years this process is building supplied a suitable and con- Shepherd always considers it best to Most of these stalks have two ears .
assisted by the mulch of leaves depos venient place for stowing. During the feed the working teams a little grain apiece,and average 1,000) grains to the tl
ited which prevents evaporation.The curing i in the house,and while!! stowing? every day. _Gut oats'and. bran makea ear.: and it will yield at the rate of I
experience of our farmers bear the newly made hay was well sprinkledwith first-class feed, and at the same time bushels to out this theory, also and the least salt. The result was an entire give us a good quantity of manure.It i Banner. .
observant of them can tell you that |success on every point and especiallyas is not so' much the quantity of 1 O < ::
the effects of a fertilizer are felt longest to the esculence of the hay. The manure that is valuable as the qual- Clover and Timothy.
on their stiffest soils, where the horse or cow would leave any other ity, and in manuring the soil this fact I notiee at the present time, white
leaching would naturally be slowest.3d. long forage, fodder or Northern hay. must be kept in view. In some soils clover, red clover and timothy, grow..
Cases of the water of wells be- When they could obtain the home- and with some crops three bushels of ing finely and in bloom in the streetsof
coming impure when situated near made native grass hay. The conclusion hard wood ashes is equal in value to a Sanford, and without shade. Red
contaminating influences, cannot be is that with broad field and improved ton of average farm manure. Poultry -i clover is also growing without shade
accounted for on any other theory machinery, we can make as manure if properly managed is and is in bloom in a sandy field in the
than that the impurities leach throughthe much good hay in Florida as our barn- much more valuable than the average outskirts of Saiiford. Is it not likely
soil into them. yard stock and working animals can manure secured from other stock kepton that they can be grown here, profita-
But all of these reasons would not consume. The hay and corn tax which the farm. Manure that is made bly, on a large scale?
be conclusive if we did not have the I the people of Florida pay annuallyto by holding all the liquid voidings, by 'V M. H. BATES.
record of actual experiment.A the farmers of the North and Westis i using good bedding as an absorbent, Sanford Fla.,June 20,1887.
series of experiments extendingover a self-imposed one, and can easily : is much more valuable than when no .
a period of forty years at Roth- be saved. But the great trouble is, too. care .is taken in this respect and the The MacClenny] Sentinel reports a
amstead, England, conducted by Drs. many prefer to buy, or go without, liquid portions are allowed to leach muskmelon of the banana variety,
Lawes and Gilbert, under the patron- rather than take the trouble to make away. I which measures two and a half feet in
age of the British government,'have what they. need. The hay shipped" to You can of course add to the quan- length and weighs twenty-one I i1n I3.

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between the large and small,breeds a larger place in the food and the med- the high pine 'lands about Nashua.I .
Live! ptocl\. depends upon the mode of winteringthe icine of the future, than it has in the have heard ,of similar cases but
stock. If the accommodations are past. To improve its quality and en- never met with one so well defined as
such that the hogs will not be sub large its quantity is worthy our best this. It has occurred to me that men-
Common, Sense About Feeding jected to severe cold, they may be car- endeavors. tioning it in your excellent journal,
Horses. ried over winter with profit, and "Anybody able to own one cow, or perhaps some of the native stock men,
If owners and drivers horses were breeds for that purpose are kept that many cows, should be anxious to have of large experience, might be able to
all posted on the subjects of foods and are hardy and attain large sizes, suchas the best, and should spare no pains to give some information, and4 prescribea
how ther; should be fed, horses and the Poland-China and Chester improve what he has, by judicious remedy that will be of great valueto
other working; stock would fare better White.according to the preferencefor breeding and proper care. Every ex- many of your readers, as Dr.Moore
than tlif/y do. It is not generally color. Where a hog is requiredthat tra good cow is here on a special mis- has done in the case of the diseased
known although constantly presented comes in about April, to be sion. To multiply her species and orange trees, and thus the great valueof
through agricultural papers duringthe slaughtered at Christmas, the small prove her kind is what she was sent the DISPATCH will be again dem
last few years, that carbonaceousfoods breeds are more suitable, and if a here for. Whoever can't help her in onstrated. J. H. S.
furnish only heat and motion, cross of a small Yorkshire and a large her beneficent agency has no right to .
while the nitrogenous foods furnish common sow be made it will be an keep her, but should transfer owner- Goats as Land Clearers.A .
muscle and power. It is not even i admirable one, as the pure breeds are ship to somebody who can. At any
bred and do for farm he should take to : ,wealthy land owner in theOzark
generally known what carbonaceous finely best pur- rate, pains improve
and nitrogenous foods are, and many poses when crossed with good natives. her progeny, and put it where it will mountains,Ark., utilizes browzing
t do not even know the definitions of There is something to be consideredin do the most good, if he does not wishto habit of goats for ridding his newly ,
....y the terms, nor of others used as qualsty also. The Suffolks are keep it himself.-Rural Home. cleared lands of the oak sprouts after
fatted and small have the trees'are cut down. It may not be
synonyms. But if these facts were easily though ,
the For the FLORIDA DIsPAT n. known to many farmers that a flockof
known, common sense would teach alarge proportion of fat, while
owners of horses that fast going and Essex and Berkshire give a greater Cattle Dying of Unknown Cause.In goats will in a very few; years clear

frequent feedingof proportion of lean, yet the meat depends the DISPATCH of June 27th, away the undergrowth of quite a large
concentrate fop'd-not so concentrated on the food, for any kind of there is a communication, from Dr. area of forest where they are kept.
as to pack in the stomach, but I! hog will fatten to excess if well treated T. W. Moore, in which he recognizesand For this reason pioneers will especially
with just enough coarse material to and fed almost wholly on corn prescribes for the diseased orange find them useful and profitable. The
writer remembers well that when the
keep the food loose, so that the gastric Southern Planter. trees .of which I made mention in the
juice may penetrate and dissolve it. DISPATCH, of June 20th. .The reme- rich agricultural section of Madison\
Corn is a concentrated food, but it is To Raise or Buy Cows."I dy prescribed would seem to be the county,Fla., known as Patterson Ham- .
not of the right kind; it is too carbo- hold that every man who has an proper thing if the diagnosis is correct mock, was first settled, portions of this
land studded with
naceous, furnishing heat and motion, extra good cow is morally bound to and I am inclined to think that it is. were so thickly
but a small amount of muscle material devote her to breeding purposes, spar- It is to be hoped that everyone having tangled undergrowth these that localities it was couldbe with
. and force. Hay and grass are too ing no pains to ,breed from males be- those diseased trees will see the Doc- great difficulty
A few later it
bulky, and the horse cannot eat longing to families of real merit. It tor's communication and be benefited penetrated. years ,
enough to get sufficient nourishmentwhen is to be presumed that farmers and thereby. I have seen the same dis had mostly disappeared, especially in
the 'northern section the Ocilla
hard worked or hard driven. Oats dairymen advised to buy their cows, eased condition of trees at various along
come'the nearest to the filling of all have some choice cows already. If, points on the east coast, in hammock sloughs, under the operations of a large
requisites of a complete food; yet if they fail to breed such animals to the groves, but have not yet seen it in any flock of goats. There are few plantsin
the forest will feed
they are crushed, the addition of a best bulls they can get access to; i if- groves on pine land. Query.Is the they not upon,
and the winter when there is
little l>ea.meal would be an improve- they hand over their progeny to the disease confined to hammock groves ? during ,
ment in cases where extra exertion is butcher before they have tested them, Its fungoid nature would seem to in- little or no frliage, they readily turn
demanded. But it should, be borne i in< they don't fall)in with: the great law dicate this, owing to the greater hu- their attention to "barking" many va-
rieties of the smaller which of
mind that the more violent the, exer of progress-the,survival of the fittest; midity ,of the hammock lands. What plants, ,
tion the sooner the food is used up they ought to be arraigned before the says,the Doctor on this point? course, never recover from the injury..
Goats therefore useful "shrubhere"
and the system exhausted; and'as the courts for going counter to what the In my meanderings I have recentlymet are, ,
horse has a very small stomach in lawyers call "public policy." Any with another disease, in which I of new ground, and, thriving
proportion to his.body. it will be seen man in charge of a choice animal, who I feel interested. My friend, Mr. Dun- upon such forage, may be turned to
for their hides and flesh.
that- it- must need frequent falling when neglects to give it opportunity to re- bar, of Nashua, has a sick cow, neither profit
the horse does extra duty; indeed, it produce itself, ought himself to be he nor any of his neighbors have any .
needs filling oftener than it generally annulled for acting "contrary to pub- knowledge of the disease, and consequently A goat farm has been established at
is filled under ordinary circumstances.The lic policy." cannot apply any remedy. Anthony. It was started with one
writer has often heard it asserted "if: only one calf in five will make a What makes the case more perplexing hundred head, and now numbers four
that it does no good to feed a horse cow ,thai will furnish milk enough ina is, this is the third or fourth cow that hundred. Only the male young are
extra when it has done extra work. day for a pound of butter, then more Mr.\ Dunbar has owned, that,has been sold, all the females being kept to increase -
AB well say the owner does not require pains should be taken in breeding the affected in the same way,all the others the flock. They find ready
extra food when exhausted from hard cows. Buying, instead of raising, is having died in a less period than two sale for the kids at from $2.00 up to
work. Surely a man taking much responsible for the mischief; and it i years. The general l symptoms as I $3.50 and $4.00 per head to our local
physical exercise needs more food than will continue just as long as that prac- understood them from Mr.\ D.; are meat men. The proprietors are ambi-
one taking none. The same is true of tice is followed, for it slaughters the about as follows: The cows when he tious to increase their herd to 1,000
the horse.-Nat. Live Stock- Journal. progeny of many of the best cows, and bought them were in good conditionand head, and from present favorable indications -
fills their place with a miscellaneous giving a good quantity of milk, a year or two will see the real-
9 The Small Breeds of Hogs. assortment raised fx sell. but in a few weeks they began to lose ization of their efforts.

Those who produce pork for shipment "If anybody says that the progenyof flesh. No change in food that he
p prefer a hog that can be made welL selected stock will, four cases could make, or any medicines that he I The Cuban cattle market, which has
4 to weigh over 300 pounds when eIgh- in five, fall below a pound of butter a gave were of any avail, but they con remained closed for two years, has
teen months old. But whether the day, he says what he has no authorityfor tinued ,to decline for a number of opened with orders for 500 head of
large hog is more profitable than the saying. Doubtless the thirty and weeks and then died. There is no cattle, a trade which, if continued,will
circumstances. of butter-a-week fever local disease but I be a fortunate thing for Manatee
small one depends upon forty pounds cows are or apparent,
Under certain conditions the large hog abnormal, and are mainly valuable in noticed an anxious pleading look from county.Mr. .
will give the best returns, but the showing the potency feedand the pos the eyes. These cattle were confinedto
smaller animals zlre.the most profit- sibilities of improvement ; there is no a small range, and fed on green Emile Dubois, of Tallahassee,
able when quick growth is more essential doubt whatever)that there are among food of various kinds, with some hay has !been making' a visit'to Eustis and
than heavy weight In the bloods, grades and natives, a great and grain and ,watered from the well. through the lake region of South Flor-
Southern States, where the wintersare many cows that, under the stimulus of They were well cared for, well fed and ida. He says that the variety of
mild, and where any length of good feed,would make fourteen poundsof regularly milked. I think in every grapes that he is growing so success-
titne may be allowed for growth (the butter a week, and there is just as instance they were native stock and fully in Tallahassee would do splen-
swine : the privileges of the mast little doubt_ that,bred to the bet bulls, were fairly good milkers. Mr. Dun- didly in the lake region, and that he
in the forest), only a single cross of a their heifer calves would average more bar is of the opinion that there is has sold thousands of cuttings to par-
large breed is desired, as it is not profitable than that amount. Private interests something which the cattle find in ties there who have decided to add
there to destroy the activity of and "public policy" demand that all their range in the flat woods, and on grape culture to their orange and vegetable -
the natives, they costing but- a small the cows that make a good record be the margins of the 'lakes,swamps and industries, and thus diversifytheir
sum until ready for the fattening used to i improve our milking stock. I streams, which essentialj to their :, crops and extend: the resources
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Early in March the flowers of Eri- to see it in the full perfection of bloom, This is a very handsome plant,with

-,:Ornamental 'Horticulture.! geron bellidifolium, Fleabane, begin one must o to the tropics, or to those fern-like-foliage.. It !always attrac-
parts of Florida where but the lightestof tive among powering i plants, and is
to The,leaves till from
BY W. c. 8TEELE. appear. grow frosts occur. I once grew a sped, jBrjtjclass for window decoration.

"J'...,.. ." .. ...... '. ''' .-. ,. -,.... the root and but a single flower is men in the rigorous'climate of Putnam Soak the seeds for two or three hoursin
found on stalk, but each plant sends, county to a diameter of nine or ten warm water,then sow in light/sandy
Some Native Plants Worthy of '
Cultivation.The up from six to ten of ,these blossoms.The inches at the base,but never could in- mould and place where the soil will .

leaves are oblong spatulate, duce it to bloom, and finally a cold be kept warm. When the young
correspondent, T. Z., who sent snap snuffed it out,altogether. plants have started, pot off into soil
twigs of.a Hypericum for name, also (spoon shaped) and the blossoms look While some, varieties, like the Aca- composed of three parts sandy loam

asked that we publish descriptions of very much like Daisies. They are cia of Constantinople(julibrmiri), and and one part leaf mould. Cut back

some of the best wild flowers. It is'not pinkish purple on the outside and sub-varieties, Nemu or Japan silk once or twice during summer to make
nearly white towards the center. They tree, the well known A. Farnesiana, them branch. By autumn they will
an easy matter to describe a plant, be beautiful little for decora-
,'(. remain time. from the golden bulbs of which is dis- plants
Ii long Though
without the aid of illustrations, so open tilled a delightful perfume, are decid- tive purposes.
usually found in rather wet land, still ...
t"aty,.any one, ,other than, an expert uous, and therefore not'suitable for a < -- -
botanist, would I recognize it. they will thrive on high land if not winter shade ; many others are ever- St. Bruno's Lily.

There are native plants in exposed to the full power of the sun. green ; some of the evergreens are so The Anthericums are but *, little
\. '" many One of the handsomest of delicate as to wither and die under the ;
our spring in this State. would
They :probably < thi .4S tate that are well worthy of gen- grown
but
wild ,flowers is ,Xerophyllum aspho- slightest breath of frost, many are j do well in the open ground( if
eral cultivation. A few of them have entirely hardy in Middle Florida. !
shaded from the direct of the sun.I
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deloides. The is rather formidable rays
,name -
been introduced at the North and are Plants of Acacia dealbata, the Silver They are also fine house plants, --
t but though 'it has been intro- Wattle of Australia, where it to very
offered for sale florists there grows
by ; The following is from Park's Floral
them A. Trea- duced into;, ,cultivation in England, be a large timber tree, thrive admir-
,among are Amaryllis Magzine:
in section. I set out
we do not know of common name ably our a planta
tea, Hibiscus coccineus, Sarracenia any few inches high, which, in five years, "St. Bruno's Lily, known in botani- 4
for it. The to the
variolaris, Crinum Americanum, etc. plant belongs grew thirty feet,with a diameter of almost cal works as Authericum liliastrum, is

There are many more that should Melanthacea3 (Calchicum family), a a foot. California A. decurrens, a very pretty herbaceous pereninal,per-

become better known. near relative of the lily family. The :or the Black Wattle has grown over fectly hardy, and would be popular
i leaves and fifty feet in and is usefulas among amateur florists if its merits as
are long narrow, claspingthe eight years
in winter often in Jan-
ginning border better known.
plant
a ; were
a windbreak 1 'besides being
The flowers small ; very
, uary, one of the first flowers of spring, stem. are ,pure tannin, 'and' furnishing a gum, which The plant has grass-like foliage, and

,in this State, is Pinguicula pumila, white and very numerous. They growin exudes copiously wherever a branch is flower-scapes two feet or more in

followed in a few weeks by P.lutes and a simple dense, cone shaped,raceme. cut, equal to gum arabic. height, upon, which are borne lliy-like)
This spike of bloom is often so longthat Acacia falcata is said to be one of flowers, pure white, marked on .each
P. of the
elatior, the common name ,
by the time the ,upper' ones open the best of trees for holding drifting segment with a green dot. The.flow-.
family is Butterwort. They all grow ers are not only handsome in
sands, for which it has been appear.
purpose
BO.much alike that it is nearly or quite the,lower ones ,are beginning to ,fade. used in Jape( Colony. Another Aca ance, but are exceedingly fragrant.The .

impossible to distinguish them from The cluster lasts several weeks; though cia (horrida), the Karra doorne of genuiue name, Anthericum, is

each other, except when in bloom. pure white,at first, the petals of the South: Africa, being densely armed derived from anthos, a flower,and.ker-
flowers turn, pink or rose color before with savage thorns,is an effective hedge kos, a hedge, because of the hedge-like
The leaves are small and all grow in !
they fade.J This plant.is well worthy, plant; while for the florist, I may appearance of a row of this plant in
a little tuft at the ground, they are mention A.retinoides,always in bloom, bloom. The seeds vegetate without
very light green in color, ,the edgesare of a place in every garden. and very fragrant. In semi-tropical : difficulty, and if sown,during'the,present -
This subject is too long for one.article month a good stock of plants may
varieties
turned under and they have a South America' are .many ,
if and will be continued when '.con'-- furnishing excellent 'timber and podsof be had by the time another bloomingseason
very slippery feeling, as they ere
arrives. Anthericum illiago is
venient. saccharine matter; 'as valuable for
,greased. There is only one flower on 1-0-4 stock feeding as-th'Carob,or St.John's another hardy species, known as St.Bernard's .
a ,stem, but several stems to each i For the FLOKIDA DISPATCH. Bread> of the Levani$; ship-loads Lily, the plant of which is

plant. The flowers all have a spur Acacias. which have been sent-to'England: for more strengthening in growth, and the

and those of P. pumila are often mis- It is singular that while the horti-. that purpose. ; flowers similar. Both these plants are

taken for kind of violet cultural editor has been prancing In short, to enumerate and describeall desirable for the herbaceous border,
some new ,
about for a long time after a desirable the members of this'comprehensive and deserve general cultivation. ,
they vary from light purple to almost hide the barren sands of ..*..
shade tree to genus would fill ,an ample'volume, andI
pure white with a straw colored '!eye. Florida, till he can establish a Steno- have written' what '''I have' written to Dahlia Zimpani.

The* blossoms of P. lutea are much taphyrum lawn, he should pass lightlyby call attention to the subject, in hopes Dahlias should be more 'generally

l larger and bright yellow in color or ignore entirely, such a desirable that some one endowed with experience cultivated. The new single varieties
the Acacia. Look into that and with books of reference '
family as equipped
The flowers of P..elatior are also quite are deservedly very popular, ..being
wonderful triumph of human ingenuity will take it up and give us an
large, light purple in : color, curiously or horticultural comprehensiveness exhaustive description of the acacias very ornamental in the gardenandmuch

veined I with white. All the varieties a German seed catalogue and most desirable for!planting in Florida. better than the double varieties. >

,,are found in wet low-ground, they count up the hundreds of:varieties of. Seeds of all may" be had for a trifle for flowers. A correspondent of Park's

bloom freely in the house'if taken up this pinnated genus that are offered. from the large European seedsmen. Floral, ,Magazine gives_ the following
And will all in Florida when Miss Helen Har-
they grow Perhaps,
with little earth and. in account of new variety
a kept a saucer a :
Indeed; will they ;j' ,and with greater court succeeds in establishing the no-
of, to,water... They would undoubtedly luxuriance and rapidity, perhaps;than menclature of the guava upon a firm Lastear, for the first time,,! culti-
grow in, cultivation if the conditions elsewhere under the sun ; for the conditions basis she will find time, 'wIth the assistance vated Dahlia Zimpani. It is such a

were made to agree ,with those in ,of sandy soil, showery, climate, of her unique and authoritative nice flower it ought to ,be ,, better "
which About and bright sunshine are precisely thosein "Rhind," to give us such a seriesof known. I am told it is a native of
they grow naturally. which acacias revel. No difficulty articles.Or Mexico. It is easily raised'from seed.
the same time the ground, on higher The plants about twp/ t high,
either in suiting the various whimsor if Pliny, the youtfger, would lucubrate grow
and drier land, begins to be carpetedwith tastes everybody, since the vari- for a few nights with the are very bushy, have Dahlia-like foli-

the delicate star-like) white flow eties are as diverse in size and appearance Baron, we might reasonably look for age, and myriads of flower.s emsbear-
ers of Houstonia rotundifolia. Thisis as are seen in the canines and something useful and ornamental alikein ing the most intensely crimson; :, maroon -

ophidians of the animal kingdom. i style, matter and the resulting con- and velvet flowers ever seen.
a little vine creeping on the sprface ,across.
about three inches
Some are low shrubs, others immense thereof. They are
.of the soil and rooting,, at every joint, trees hundreds of feet high, often fur sequences E. H. HART. The stamens are of a bright .golden

with small round or oval leaves, op nishing the most durable timber, and Federal Point*FJa.July 2.1887. color, very distinct., MtMfr4 _
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the stem. It would be like the arabic of .
posite on very precious gums, gum Achimenes admirably adapted
are
ornamental in a hanging basket} at commerce, useful alike in medicine Acacia Lopantha.In for, basket culture. / '

any time, as the foliage is very pretty, leaf and and the arts flower.; and all are beautiful in connection with the article, by Plants in flower'should ,not'be watered -

4 but-when the plant is in bloom it is so I 'may instance the Acacia flamboy- Mr. Hart, found on.this page, the overhead. .' ? : ,,.; ; ,

completely, covered by the flowers that ante, orPoihceana regia, as one of them following item from the Ladies':Home The various Amaryllis are
rery) few of the leaves can be 'seen., st gorgeous'plants in existence,'but Companion will be. found of interest., house plants. ** '' ,.,if tt.6JU '
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Interests.BY ern end of Richland ; men were felling f strictly feminine accomplishments it ]But neither: entreaty: nor ridicule, -,can
ptonie: trees; men were rolling logs, men were I might be well to remark that one i induce me tochange my Habits. .

hauling posts and lumber. As the old glance at a crazy quilt that she is making Even a dish of ice cream cannot tempt

MRS. E. A. mLL. settlers drove along the road adjacentto is enough to give a person die me."

the improvements going on, they nightmare for a week. Greater praise, .. )

Economy.By doubtless soliloquized: "Some new I opine, could not be given a crazy For the FLORIDA DISPATCH :

comer is about to set out a grove. It quilt. The music of Beethoven, and Figs.
no means a novel word to the does beat all how crazy them Northerners Chopin fairly drips from her finger Editor Home Interests:
I it understood that I do ,
average housekeeper. But what is a want not
do get about orange growing. tips, and for a pastime she paints
proper and profitable economy? After a little the observant passer by placques.The t belong; to the brigade of faultfindersIn

While it should be a matter of prin- might have noticed a young lady citizens of Richland should i regard to what we shall eat. A

to allow neatly attired, giving directions to her present Miss S-, previous to her long time ago I noticed a letter from
ciple
nothing to go to waste Alice L. wherein she that her
hands. She walked quietly about, observing departure for her Georgia home, withan says
that can be utilized, either by the with comprehensive glance the engrossed copy of resolutions.thanking papa ;is a very funny old gentleman,

family or that class of persons who progress of the various operations as her for her commendable efforts to !and when anyone begins to complain

"are always with uswe" do not they were ,being carried on by an ac- infuse a little life in this burgh, and he-says, "Laziness, Madam pure laziness -

advocate that system of scrimping and tive force of help. In fact, the men for setting an example that is now is what is the matter with this
appeared' to be unusually alert and being extensively followed. If they do country. You can't grow a crop with-
.saving such exhaustive "
,on an plan
as out the seed and
plant -
so
you
say
attentive to their tasks. Passers by not do so they are forfeiting a privi
practiced by some. An even.handedjustice would ask of one another, "Who is lege that more appreciative towns I.
should prevail in all the economies that young lady over there?" Pres would gladly avail themselves of.: But about figs; what does anybodywant

I( of life; for instance, the wife must ently commendable curiosity was satin NELLIE BLY. of a better breakfast than bread
be fied and it became generally known and milk and figs, and such ones as
not to turn her.
expected gowns be had in this
that Capt. R-'s sister-in-law was Plain Living. can country, too. The
. wrong side out, and up side down, the young lady who would have an The following article from an exchange figs should be .gathered they,,.ripen;
* while the husband and that is when begin to crack
sons spend they on
on orange grove. While on a visit to her is worth its weight in gold to
every hand to suit their tastes and sister, she conceived the idea of start- the end. A very nice sauce can be
those who invalids
are already or to made of them by paring and cutting
wishes, ofttimes, we fear, spending ing an orange grove on her own ac
those who desire sound them in
to secure a up small 1 slices and pouringcold
In incredible
money for that which is not bread, time count.five acres an was cleared short, plowed space and of mind in a sound body: water on them,, to stand eight or

while the poor toiling wife wears out ten }hours, and you can add milk if
A
grubbed, until it was clean as a gar- lawyer by profession, but a judgein
heart and brain trying "to make both den, when Miss S----, with her one of the highest courts in New you wish,just before sending them to
ends sister York for is the table. Generally figs,do not need
meet. as chaperone, accompanied by twenty-three years, noted
B visited the various methodical habits sugar, as they are sweet enough; in
Capt.
Where the husband receives a stipu- --, nurser legal acumen
ies within riding distance, and and perfect integrity: Long past fact some persons add the juice of the
lated sum or salary, a certain portion personally lemon
to the water in which
selected hundred erect and of they are
two budded sixty, vigorous as a man,
should be set aside, and given into the trees of ,the largest size and choicest forty, he cannot count a day lost by soaked.
hands of the wife for household Stewed figs are also nice, and
ex varieties. These were set out undther in a quarter of a century. very
penses. If by superior management and personal supervision and a ton o rAt his post as regularly as the sun can be flavored to suit the taste.
two of commercial fertilizer rises after he writes Whenever the ripe figs are not:relished -
tact, she is enabled to save somethingfrom spread adjournment out
broadcast and harrowed in. But this the opinions of the court, which so well, cooking them will changeor
this fund for herself well and
multiply the taste so.as to be
enterprising lady did not stop here, already fill several large volumes.No very
good ; if not, some special provision she wished to utitize the considerable man in the city is more worthy of agreeable. The. recipe given in the

should be made. space between the orange; trees and the universal regard which he long DISPATCH a few weeks ,ago ,for can-

We are charitable enough to.believe, i ,. >, therefore sent for half a hundred Peen since secured. Having long known ning is excellent;.a friend of mine; has
*
the mass of house wives too well< trainedto i To peaches'and half as many more of Judge Blank, I once asked him the tried it with perfect satisfactbn.
five or six other varieties that prom secret of his power "Plain living," he We believe that fruit should form a
enjoy seeing anything go to waste, large{ part of our diet in this country
ised to do well in Florida. In addi replied, "has been my salvation. I
yet, we know instances have and do tion she bought a complete assortmentof t was a nervous youth, high-strung and in warm weather, and of all fruits

occur, where the husband or father is every kind of fruit tree that would excitable. I smoked, drank occasionally J none is more wholesome and enjoyablethan

industrious and frugal, and desires to probably flourish in South Florida. ,and was given to rich food. Short- the fig. *+-\ H. E.

. secure a competence for his family, In fact, she has the most complete list; ly after being admitted to the bar, I Recipes.
: of fruit trees and vines to be found i in found myself the victim of dyspepsia.
yet, on account of the selfishness and One pint of sour milk or cream, butter -
this portion of Pasco county. Were I began to study my habits and their
indolence of the who should be or lard the size of a hen's egg, one
one
a the young men around Bichland cog influence on mind and body. I .experimented
"help meet," he is unable to realize hisideal. nizant of'this enterprising being? Yes, with food, drinks and exer teaspoonful of soda, a pinch*of salt,
flour
make
stiff
to
.' This state of'things is greatlyto kind reader, quite so, judging from cise. The result was in fixing a rule roll out enough thin and' line a dish.dough Take;
the well beaten trails leading to Cap of]life which I have since followed in a
be regretted and no doubt comes and
ripe peaches, pare quarter and
R-'s mansion. Advanced flexibly. After a plain but substantial
from wrong training in girlhood. youngmen put in a layer in the dish and sprinkleon
who fondly hugged the delusionto breakfast, I loiter about for an hour or
Inasmuch as our habits are the their bosoms that they knew all 1 two and then walk to the court house, sugar. Put on top crust, if;pre-
ferred. Pour in sufficient water anda
chains that bind us in slavery for goodor about horticulture or floriculture, on or a distance equal to three miles or
lump of butter. Serve hot with
ill, how important that right train- talking with her on, the subjects, more. Having previously had the sweetened milk.GRAIrAM ,
r' quickly found out that she had forgotten room well ventilated, I stay in the
ing be given to those who are to have
PUDDING-Two of
enough information on the subjects building, occupied, except an hour at cups
control of the rising race. at issue to liberally endow a chair i in noon, with my judicial duties. The Graham flour, one cup of molasses,

anyone of our burlesque Agricultural other judges take a hearty lunch; I eat one teaspoonful of soda dissolved in

1 For the FLoRID/ DISPATCH:, colleges. About this time, I think I] nothing. At five o'clock I am throughfor half a cup of hot water, half a cup of

An Enterprising Young Lady. hear some reader remark, so to voice: the day, and walk up 'town again. citron or dried apples, well soaked.

Enterprise in any line of businesshas "A Yankee girl, I'll wager." Thanks, Rain or shine, cold or hot, finds me Steam three hours. :serve hot, with

always been considered but it wisely happens that every smart swinging my arms and plodding along sauce.

a
commendable girl need :not necessarily be a Yankee in the same gait. All legal, work is GRAPE SYRUP.-Grape,juice boiled
trait, but here in Florida i iis it Miss S-comes from Southern Georgia dismissed as utterly from my mind as down to a clear syrup is the most rel-

especially true, as the climate is.i a region that is not popularly supposed if I never knew Coke or Blackstone. ishable thing in sickness, to be,eaten

enervating and the facilities for making to have' on hand an excessive I eat a hearty dinner; take no ,made for food or diluted as a drink. it is

rapid progress ofttimes conspicuous supply of energy or exuberant enter dishes, no Worcestershire sauce or in- an article which, where known, would
prise of Miss S flaming condiments prevent all danger of an of
their absence. It hare any description. ; no pudding, pie, overcrop
by requires grove is looking better for its age than ice cream or custards, and drink no grapes; it can be exported for use in
work, perseverance and well directed any grove in Pasco county. She has wine. I have a sense of comfort but all climates.

efforts in a man to make a home in i lately had several large, bearing trees not of repletion, feel no desire for in- MOCK GREEN APPLE? PIE.Take

Florida and to set out in his groundjudicious a added to her orange grove, and the toxicating liquors, and make a business five soda crackers,,add five cupaful of

assortment of trees that will chief care of the grove has been givento to thoroughly digest my food boiling water; cover in a dish and let

yield him a competent return for his a competent person. Lest some oi f eaten twice a day, no more. I am frequently them soak ; add three cups 'of'sugar,

labors in the near future. Last fall your lady readers should fancy that compelled to attend dinners, grate the peel of two' lemons,'aai3 add

there was a stir observed in'the south- Miss S- is unacquainted with banquets and,festivals of revery,..kind. .juice. .Two crusts.JULY .-, t .'" '






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EDITORIAL, DEPARTMENT. Shall Jacksonville be the Market? only that the requisite number of about this result than by heartily sup-
.
.'..,-'. Mr. Moreman's article, which ap boxes be obtained by October next, porting Mr. Moremen's plan as devel-

A. H. MANVILLE, Editor.. peared in our issue of the 20th ult., then Jacksonville becomes the market, oped elsewhere in this issue. It in-

Contents. urging that Jacksonville be made the the requisite capital for necessary fa volves no risk to those who pledge

GROVE AND OBCHAKD-Spanish and orange mart for Florida, has attracted cilities being forthcoming.The their fruit, for these fledges are not
their Relation to
other Chinese Types Peaches and to Florida and Texas wide attention. All agree that sucha plan is feasible; the only ques- binding unless the success of this move-

Culture Navel Bear Girdling......,..how.... ...to... .make.......the.... 695 result is of the utmost importance to tion is, Can the fruit be obtained? ment is positively assured-which it

Riverside A Californian Beats on the the Navel World;Question English, the; orange industry; that combined Are our orange growers sufficientlyalive would be beyond doubt by the con-

.Walnuts and Pecans; Oranges in Louisiana with cold of sufficient to their own interests to cooperate centration of a million boxes. Then,
Does Barrs' Daisy head the a storage plant
List ..;. ...... .. .. ........ ..... ..,... ...... 596 capacity to relieve the market of a in this matter? Mr. Moremen if the Exchange does not rise to the
Culture in Orange
VINEYARD
." ,'.l county;Insects-Grapes Grape at o vledob. Destructive The glut at any time by withdrawing and believes, they are, and he requests issue, others stand ready to do the

< Ives Grape; Steel-Blue; Beetle; Niagaras.rape; .. 697 holding the surplus, it would effectu- every grower to send an expression of work-but we believe the Exchangewill

THE. F.A.RX-80lls Haymaking Leach In;Florida Forage;;Barn-Successful ally solve the great marketing prob. hiS opinion to this office,. and to state, prove equal to. the. emergency. ,

., yard and Timothy.Manure;...Cuban.. ... ...Corn.... ..;...Clover. ...... 698 em. The present season seems most if favorable to the enterprise, the Home., Seekers. \j
LIVE STOCK:-Cattle Dying of Unknown propitious for bringing about this re- number of boxes- he. will send to the Swindling
Cause; To Raise or Buy Cows; Com- Through the courtesy of Mr. John I
mon Sense about Feeding Horses; sult. As each year goes by with a Jacksonville market, provided the mil- *

: The Land Small Clearers Breed... .of...Hogs.......;..Goats.... ...as., 699 constantly increasing crop it will be lion boxes are promised.The H. Welsh, of Welshtou, Fla.] we give
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE- Some .prize is worth the effort. We on another page the first accurate and
Native Plants worthy of Cutlvation; more difficult of accomplishment and
Acacias Acacia Lopantha St. Bru- gladly lend our assistance, and trust authentic account of the "Italian- "
no's Lily; ; Dahlia Zimpani; ...... .... 690 will entail greater loss. Although the to hear from every orange shipper Colony-in-Florida" swindle published ,
HOME INTERESTS-Economy; An'Enter'prlslng coming crop will amount to at leasta who reads the DISPATCH and what
; ;
i ,Ylgs; Recipes Young. .Lady... ...;...Plain., ......Living........; 601 million and a half boxes, it will be avery progressive orange grower dues, not in this State. This scheme, which hd I
EDXTOBIAX/. -Shall Jacksonville be the recd the DISPATCH? proved so disastrous to Mr. Welsh: .
short with the
Sub-Tropical Market; Sober,,,.Second...,..,..Thought..,., ,.,..;.,The.... 602 crop compared ... together with the Sarasota affair,,|theSt.
full of the It will be
capacity
Hintto groves. Sober Sacond, Thought.
Mr. Moremen and his plan A
the Exchange... ..... .....;.... .,.... 603 much easier to.deflect into a new chan- Andrews Bay fraud, the Belmbre
METEOROLOGICAL,.,...,...............:.., 603 We but voiced our orange shippers' 'City swindle, and other enterprises ofa
PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT..........,.... 003" nel a small crop than a large one. sentiments, when we wrote over againstthe similar character, has done much to
PLOBIDIANA-Swindling Emigrants;For- Furthermore, the Sub-TropicarExpo-
.elgners brought to Florida and De- first uninterrupted seasons' accom- give Florida a "black eye" and, to
serted,how the Scheme worked....... 604 sition and the "boom" that is comingnext
of the Florida Fruit Ex-
A Prosperous Section of the State..... 605 plishment prejudice home-seekers in America
MISCELLANEOUS Orange Leaching, winter, according to all indica- change the verdict, "Mene Mene
ShadeTreesetc-. "... ..H......... ... ..... 605) tions with the low rates of and foreign lands against Florida.
together "
,
Tekel The were
Provide Upharsin. people
MARKETING- Cold Storage: How Fortunately in this particular instanceno
the Auction System Is worked in the travel southward; will be especially
that institution
Cheese Market; Jacksonville the sorely disappointed an citizen of the State, nor person
; Market, the Fruit+ must be sold at advantageous to a newly established which had builded such
Growers upon they identified in with Florida is
Home,an appeal to Orange ; any way ,
Fruit at Auction, the Re- market here.
California should make
turns from the first sale in New York. 606 great hopes such a sorry implicated. We wish we could sayas
STATE NE'V8-,... ...,.. .....,....,..,..,... 607 We have often urged that the only out. It did not revolutionize the mar- much regarding other land

POULTRY ida Houses AND;APIARY-Poultry Some Goose Hints In;Notes.Flor- 70S ivay to successfully solve the market- ket, it did not prevent gluts, it did not swindles by which people) have been

ing problem and to satisfactorily dis- maintain prices. Some were inclinedto induced to invest their money in

The Sub-Tropical is booming' pose of our fruit is to induce the in- think, in the first stress of their disappointment worthless lots here ; in most cases, the

vine- vestment of capital in the product.The that it had not done as dupes being persons of limited. means
Messrs. Lehman & Hostetter
.. announcement by responsi'bleparties well for them as the commission mer- purposing to make this State their

yardists, of South Lake Weir, .Fla., that oranges would be bought chants. A careful investigation, how- home. No more despicable confidence
have our thanks for a basket of fine here for cash in unlimited
quantitiesat ever, indicates that the returns obtained game was ever undertaken. Being

grapes. It contained, according to fairly remunerative prices, would at by the Exchange have exceeded "scooped" by "three. card monte,"
the letter accompanying the same, establish confidence in the
once orange slightly the average returns made by "green goods" or any one of a hundred
'specimens of the "Prince, "Rock".and market. Such an enterprise- would commission merchants, and it has certainly other "games" worked by the accom-
"Silence" varieties. The latter is
unquestionably pay handsomely, but proven an efficient shipping I plished villain usually involves some

i an. amber colored grape, with large to its successful accomplishment a agency, saving to its patrons all risk : degree of complicity on the part of
berries of peculiarly delicious,flavor cash capital of at least a million dol- of from dishonestmen
loss damage en route, the victim. But in such., cases as. this
aWo: ..were much pleased. ... with it. lars is requisite. For cooling houses, ,. etc. But here its usefulness innocent, honest citizens are "taken

I cold storage houses and other expen- ended. It was not what was wanted. in who
persons are dependent on
.The peaches left by Mr. W. W. : sive facilities must be provided, requir- But it has accomplished much, perhapsas their labor for the maintenance of

(Fendrich for identification, were sent ing large outlay in addition, to the much as was possible with the lim- their families. We understand that

to Mr. Geo. L. Taber, who says "they amount necessary for investment in ited capital ($5,000) with which it Conti is in jail and we trust he and

I ':were very nearly identical with 'Stumpthe fruit. This capital is not forthcoming, started out, and it certainly offers the his accomplices will receive punish.
World of which I had two trees ment commensurate with the
egre-
at least not for the next Are
basis which
m crop. best available upon to "
'that: fruited this but the fruit off giousness of his crime.
year, we, as intelligent men, going to sit build for the future. To discard it is ....,-- < ?

them had been gone three days when quietly down and ,permit our fruit to to throw away much important work The Sub-Tropical.

these arrived. If they were budded be slaughtered again: ? The Fruit that would have to be gone all over The meeting.y of the stockholders of J Jthe
trees I should call them that without
Exchange is a safe forwarding agency, again Manager Ives. is the right Florida Sub-Tropical Exposition,
much doubt, and if" seedlings they are but as at present operated it has man in the right place, his attention, for permanent organization, was heldat

,1_ very. similar to it.' 4 proved utterly unable to influence, is, however, necessarily absorbed in f the the rooms of the Jacksonville Boardof

A basket of LeConte pears received much less control, the market.At routine and detail work of the Exchange Trade on the 12th inst., it was a

from, W. W. Thompson, of LeConte this juncture Mr. Moremen\ The President should be an largely attended and enthusiastic

Nursery, Smithville: Ga., contained a comes forward with ,a second article, active worker, a man of broad ideas meeting. The following Board of

cluster of thirteen pears on a six inch (which will be found on another page) and indomitable push, a man of fertile Directors were elected :

limb, the largest weighed eight ounce perfecting a plan of campaign where- resource and good executive ability. Sherman Conant, Jas.E.Ingraham,

and measured nine and three-quarter by the requisite capital can be ob. What the Exchange needs is capital, Jas. M. Schumacher, Jas. W. Fitz.

inches one way and ten and a half, tained. capital to control the fruit, capital to gerald, Jas. M. Kreamer, M. R. Mo-
ran, Jno H. Thomas, John Q. Bur-
the other. While the Georgia. Le-; Mr. Moremen\ assures us that if the put in cooling and storage houses and
bridge, John E. Hart, Sigo Myers,
j' Contes are very fine, we believe the growers ,will pledge one million boxes other facilities. And thus equipped, Wm. M. Davidson, B. F. Dillon. F.

Floridas will be ahead of them., from. of..oranges to be'sold in Jacksonville... the' growers need the Exchange. R. Osborne, L. Furchgott .

two to four weeks.in ripening..... said pledges :to hold: good, ,provided ,. There ,is no better way to:",bring The*-. "<1 total t "** subscription*! -i Jg _]bas'1 :j i \ hedr

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S2$,190. The project is, ,now established fruit is white-fleshed, freestone and PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. Buds of the Maggie peach,furnished at

on a firm ,business basis of fair size and quality. $1 per 100, 8 per 1000 500 at 1000 rates.

Address, P. C. MINNICH,
and the ,Board of Directors will at CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher, Waldo, Fla..
Mr. Wm. J. May, of Eustis, receiveda .

once take vigorous measures to push package of buds from Mr. C. S. THE FLORIDA.DISPATCH For Sale.

the thing through in the short, time Burgess, of Riverside, Cal. on the Is a 21-page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE, acres high pine land; ten acres
: HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY, IMMIGRATION fence six acres cleared and five set in
that now remains before the opening 21st of June, which were shipped on andHoMR INTEREsTs FLORIDA.
: the orange and lemon trees;also other fruits;
15th-six
days-and "theywere Terms of .
of t Exposition.. says Subscription.Two good; house and stables, etc., one mile
in better condition than I thought Dollars per year, In advance, postpaidto from Conant and one and one fourth
oC the United States Canada
or :
Mr. Moremen'and His Plan. possible, considering the distance. lO foreIgn countries comprised In Postal miles from Lady Lake on the Florida

Union,Two Dollars and Fifty cents. Southern Railway,for further particulars
Speaking of Mr. Moremen and his The date when the subscription expires Is to A. G. Lake Florida.
of Lake apply Lady :
; Mr. Ben Dowd, county, on the Address Label of each paper, the ,
plan, as announced ,in, the .FLORIDA whose endorsement of Calcined Humusis change of which to a subsequent date becomes -+-*-
a receipt for remittance. No other receipt Waverly Stock Farm.
DISPATCH, the New8-Herald of this given in another column, is a man of Is sent unless requested.The Cows and Heifers in Calf to Panic
paper Is stopped at expiration of the
:
city says: undisputed integrity, and he wouldnot subscription, unless previously renewed. No. 9,420, American Jersey Cattle Club.

endorse anything unless he was When a change of address Is desired, both Panic's g. g. dam, Eurotas, No. 2,454,
"Mr. Moremen is a middle-aged man, satisfied it was correct. the old and new addresses should be given. made 778 pounds of butter in one year.

with smooth-shaven face, wears spec- Remittances Bomba, No. 10,330, was sired by the
tacles, and has in general the look of 'at the risk of the sender unless made by Duke of Darlington, No. 2,460-Panic's
The DISPATCH is under obligationsto i. registered letter or by check, express order,
Her calf sold for
a keen business man. He came to or postal order, payable to CHAS. W. DA- grandsire, $12,000.
Florida from Louisville Governor Reed for a large basketof COSTA, Publisher of the Honda Dispatch, Pedro, No. 3,187, sold for $10,000, is a
Ky., seven- Purple Brunswick or Large Purple To Advertisers. son of Eurotas, No. 2,454-Panic's g. g.

teen years ago, and has been engaged Figs. They were extra large and ofa The DISPATCH Is THE LEADING AGRICUL- SCHBADEB BBOS.

,I' in orange culture ever since. Heaplily TURAL JOURNAL OF THIS STATE and has a Tallahassee, Leon County, Fla.
superior quality.... large circulation In Florida and throughoutthe -*- -.
he has not been a sufferer from .. United States and foreign countries-

"wildcat" commission men, but has always In the most beautiful valley of the Old wherever the interest Is turned Southward.It Kelsey Plum Buds
IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS for sale. $2 per hundred, postage pre
Dominion, and in the pleasant town of
realized and
good prices prompt IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Es- Discount lots.
..J Salem is located Roanoke of paid. on larger
College, one tate,Nurseries, Transportation lines Banks
returns from his He markets
1J crop. the best, cheapest and most successful Hotels, and those branches wherein It is desirable G. L.. TABEB,
generally about 4,000 boxes of fruit institutions. It has ample grounds, spa- to reach our winter visitors or our Glen St. :Mary Nurseries,

'from his grove in Switzerland, and cious buildings, and a library of 16,000 rapidly Increasing permanent population. -...Glen. .-St. Mary, Fla.
|
volumes. See Advertisement.
having an extended acquaintance
: .. Advertising Rates. Why?

among orange growers, no better man STAUNTON Va., July 30, 1884. $1.00per inch first Insertion cents per go outside of the State to a summer resort -
than he could be at the head of this We take pleasure, in recommending to j inch for each subsequent Insertion.Preferred to spend your vacation when you

movement. The plan has met with no the public "Dunsmore's Business College I Positions, Next Heading or on Cover: have one of the most delightful of sum-
$1.40 per inch first Insertion 70 cents
; per
opposition so far, and bids fair to be this city. We have attendedand inch for each subsequent Insertion. mer watering places in your own State at
taken part in 'several examinationsof 10 per cent. off on S months' contracts. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
It will
a complete success. save Mr. Dunsmore's pupils and can testifyto ro" "on 6" on the beautiful Suwannee river in
thousands of dollars and unmeasured 30" on 12" "
Hamilton county. The waters of this
his thoroughness as a teacher, and to Advertisements JUST be acceptable in
.anxiety, to the orange, grower.I the uniform proficiency of his scholars. EVERY respect. spring are noted for their great curative
I 'I: His pupils are now filling a number of THE FLORIDA DISPATCH Is sent free to qualities, and constitute one of the finest
those who advertise in it,as long as adver- pools of sulphur water to be found in
Is'the Tardiff Also a Shy Bearer,? important positions. tisement
'i 4 ) THO. A. BLEDSOE, continues.Address this country. At the Springs is a firsc-;

Mr. John E. Nicholson, of Ocala, Cashier Nat.Val. Bank. CHAS. .W. DACO T.\., Publisher, class hotel, with ample accommodations
Jacksonville, Florida. for hot. cold and baths Reached
W. P. TAMS, : plunge
Florida under date of 11th, .
July instant Cashier Augusta Nat. B'k. I by the F. R*& N., to Welborn,thence by

) propounds the following : o < Cotton Seed Hull Ashes hack line, eight miles, over the beautiful

j : For California.. as prepared by our mills, are without hills of middle Florida. Cheap round
"It is of the Tardiff
reported orange, Readers who wish to know more about doubt the best Fertilizer for fruit and trip excursion tickets, including hack

that it does not have a regular crop the genial sunset land of the Pacific vegetables used. They contain a very fare from Welborn to the Springs, now

every season on account of holding its Slope, its rare products and wonderful large percentage of Potash and Available on sale at all F. R. & N.. ticket offices.

crop so' long on the trees.'. I should! resources ,and climate, will do well to Phosphoric Acid, in their best forms for For further information, apply to any F.

like to knOw through if send:fifty cents:for a map and 12 sample agricultural purposes. The ash of plantsis R. &N., ticket or write to O. K.
yourpaper copies, (worth 1.25 of the (illustrated) the natural food of all plants, contain Paxton, Prop White Sulphur Springs
'
this is really so, or if a good state of PACIFIC RURAL PRESS, the largest and ing every element but nitrogen requiredby Hotel, White Springs, Fla.

cultivation, etc., will give a steady best agricultural weekly in the West, and any plant. No better Fertilizer can -> <

crop?" one of the' freshest and most original be used. These Ashes are put up in 110 Strawberry RefrigeratorsFor

home farm papers! in the world. [5 cop- bags. You get much more value for the Sale. Apply! to
\Ve should like to hear from those than in other fertilizer. C. F. WINTON, Mandarin Fla.
1.* i* ies, 25 cts. Jan. 1, 1870. same money any :. ,
whQ.htve had experience; with the Address;, PACIFIC RURAL PRESS, 220 We sell in car loads. !less quantity is -..--
Market St.. San Francisco. wanted, write to us for'the address of the From M. P.! Plant,Esq.

Tardiff this point.. .-ED. DISPATCH.A > dealer nearest you who sells our Cotton JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,June 6th, 1887.C. .

Seed Hull Ashes. H. REDDING, General Agent. ,
Hint to the Exchange. Meteorological. American Oil Company, Dear Sir:After giving your Calcined

'* ,Referring to our full description of ......... 18 Broadway N. I.: humus a fair trial,I am pleased to inform

a ..J9q1'B9.r.' tiwwti w r.: <. pou that, in my judgment, it contains all
the cold storage system, in the DISPATCH r(4 Jawls ---= w U__ 3? that is requisite for young trees. Trees
COCO .. 93TU9AVsqipaapunq 41l 4i ooo FORT MASON. FLA., July 8, 1887.
that landto
set out corresponding
of the 4th' inst; the- LongwoodJKepuiKcan W were on
Mr. Redding.If at Ft.. Gates and at the
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f4 J1p8 ) use t--=tirmmt: : 6 for their flowers sell them Calcined not made the growth
( .; Here is. a hint for the Florida Fruit < } growth-the prolific
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Exchange might a
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within the next two oJj three ,years, M"4 c a< 3 .UOn:>9Jta I'rr3';; a> will special so state fertilizer when for ordering.flowers as which we makea Can furnish the genuine Washington
we
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five at most whoever controls the guaranteed name.
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,1 ,celd-storage )houses will control, the I: QQCM while for the orange tree and peach tree your
nearest office or office, $20
5 ,fruit trade in Florida. ..:c' 1:: pun saqoui: tIt I.8S2.S82ao. . d.mqm ,f fertilizer we ask $16 per ton for quanti- per M in post thousand lots.express As to my re
0 ties under five tons and $15 ton for
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1"' Correction.AJnJ ::- all lots over 5 tons;delivered at nearest Norton D. H. Kline Eustis Fla. R.W.
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wnmtIu: ,htitinntm-h: ? *& Riverside Nurseries. Riverside, Cal.
speaking of the old Spanish strain the Si A Sure and Perfect Care. -.-.-

type say "it is no better," when the Reportfor E-t L I\: O)N.,.NM' .,.- 5 Mr. J. D. Ayers, Little Rock, Ark., Van Epps Howard Eusti,Fla.
writer said "it is better adapted." ttIwJX'BN; I apCiW0003ao Isa writes: "My wife and child was afflicted Grove contractor and agent. Land
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of Peen-to 1* i" cleared, set with orange trees and taken
:A'gain speaking we are -QOS:: December, in 1884. Nothing I could get care'of. Trees furnished. Taxes paid.
9mo.x'8a: kq1(1
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t meantime Conti made a careful examination recommending to the archbishop agent; Henry Hofale, merchant,and
plbndianau* of the lands in Welshton) its Conti and his colony,.but how obtainedis myself, instead of money the box was
." :,. healthfulness and fertility, and finally to me, a mystery: found to contain only $1,000,000 of _
SWINDLING IMMIGRANTS. bought for ,the company 2,330 acres A Son Excellence Monseigneur utterly worthless bonds. .:
for $63,250 on ten years' time, pay- Jacques Gibbons, Archeveique de "Here was a dilema. A hundred.
Foreigners" Brought to Florida and ments annually., Then he returnedto Baltimore, Etats Unis d'Amerique. and forty utterly destitute Italiansandthe
Deserted':'-,How. the Scheme! Palatka and the following day was Eugene Lachat, local manager afraid to tell them
Worked. back with his colony, a calamitythat ancien eveque de Bale, of their desertion. Indeed,for months
-, came near being the total ruin of Archeveque Damiette, Ad ministrateur after they learned the truth, his life,
A FULL ACCOUNT OF THE "SWISS- the community, and from the effects apostolique Cessin, Suisse. as well as the lives of his wife and
ITALIAN-AMERICAN COLONIZATION of which we have not yet fully re- Excellence: children, was in imminent peril. Hop-
COMPANY AND covered. J'ai Phonneur de recommander a ing'against hope that the companywhich
ITS VICTIMS.. "Previous to the coming of Conti votre bienveillante protection le hom- sent them might yet do its duty,
Under'date; of July 9, 1887, Mr. two attempts,were made, one by Count me' Henri Valentin Conti, leguel ac- and that the blame was all Conti's, it
John Welsh, of Welshton, Fla., writes the other by an Italian banker compagne et conduit des colons dans was thought best to say but little to
us: I send you to-day a marked copy to establish Italian colonies in Ia Floride, Etats Unis d'Amerique, au the; colonists, and to draw the atten-
,of the Harrisburg (FaT Telegram of Welshton. In each case the scheme, nombre de 50' families, qui quittentleur tion of the company at Ceasso by telegrams -
the 3d instant, containing the first when fully'developed, was so dishonest patri dans 1'esperance d'y trouverun and letters to the deplorable
published history of the:Italian colony to: the intended colonists, it being no avenir plus favorable a'leur posi condition of the people. The com-
in Florida. 'The coming' of the col- l less than that I should .charge each tion. Je suppli Votre Excellence de pany replied, 'money forwarded, etc.,'
ony was simultaneous with the SaraSota family with the price of forty acres faire prendre soin de ces Chretiens les but not a penny came, though ,for .
affair (which; was about all that while they got but ten acres, the other assistant dans leurs besoins, principal- months hope was kept alive with
Florida could stand). But throughthe going to the, managers that I utterly ement en vue de leur foi, et de leur promises. Before leaving Bishop
good sense of the press, and: :by refused to sell the land either in Welsh- salut eternel. Dans 1'esperance .qu'elle Moore paid a bill of $230 for the Ital-
putting forth every effort, I succeededin ton or elsewhere, and expressed my daignera agreer mon instante demande, ians, and gave me his check for $200 i
preventing the Italian colony reflecting condemnation. terms not to be mis je la.prie de recevoir 1'assurance. du for their use, the only assistance ever
even greater disgrace upon understood. About the first questionput prpfond; respect avec: leguel je suis. received for them from any outside
Florida than the Sarasota affair to Conti was 'Do you,know-, Son tres humble et tris obeissant source.
,;The fUowingj! is the article from the Italian banker"and, has he'any- ervite r. Eugene Lachat, "The Italians were now put on regular
4\, FEsiegram referred to : thing to do with your company?' He Archeveque de Damiette, rations, at an expense of about
People all over the country hnve replied, 'No, he is a thief' ; he robbed ,Adminisistrateur ahostiq du $22 per day, which amount was re-
often, heard of land swindles in Florida me of ,$7,000, by the failure of his Cessin. duced gradually until in time the ma-
]but; most of the stories have been bank. Making a motion indicativeof Balerna; Canton du Cessin, Suisse, le jority became self supporting.Through
greatly exaggerated ,One's h me, his purpose, he added, 'I will wring 30 Octobre, 1885. every circumstance the deluded people
however, under the name of ,"The his head off the first time I see him; "Conti is soon back in Welshton, clung to their faith in the company .
ISwiss-Italian-American: Colonization 'The colonists being assigned such and twenty-three houses are erected, and Conti. The .!same might be said .
Company," duped so many poor souls! quarters as they could offer, no provi- (for which I have since had to pay,) of the people here as a rule, who be- -
hat it stands'at the head of frauds ,of sion whatever'\ having been made for each family is, assigned twenty acres of lieved to the last that somehow Conti
this description and merits more ,than their coming, contracts were at once land, and all go to work clearing it would,do right. He possessed a per '
passing notice. Besides this, it is made by Conti for the erection of a i off, planting grape vines, and putting sonal magnetism the like of which I .
likely to figure in an international hotel and fifty three-room houses, at in crops. A happy and contented have never seen, and a daring that
dispute: between the governments of an expense of $12,500-immediate body of people they seemed. would make Dick Turpin ashamed.
Italy and of th$ United States, which construction. A party was commis- "A week only had elapsed, Conti This was evidenced by his return for
shows its grave[importance. The, ex-., ioned to buy horses, and a purchaseof had gone, to Palatka, intending to return the purpose of getting from the colo-
act nature and ''conduct of the,enterprise 50,000 orange,trees was made of L. in .a day or two. Things began nists a written statemeut controvertingthe \
may 1)0 best given in the words A. Barnes, of Gainesville,who still has :to look wrong. I follow him to 'Pa' letters they had sent to Italy, tell-
of my informant, Captain John, H. the drafts._ A local manager was ,next latka and tell him plainly he should; ing of the company's conduct, and he
Welsh, the founder of this pretty i in. order, and I wad induced to,accept be with his people. He promises to succeeded, the head of every family .
town, who hails from Pennsylvania; the responsible position of referee in return the following morning, and then signing. In this scheme he was great-
and who was brought into business relations all disputes, and of paymaster-general, t I hear of him h a telegram from ly aided by the company's treasurer,
with the prime actors in the receiving at the same ,time a check. n' Philadelphia saying, Conti has left who came with him, he giving his per-
foreign company with the high-sounding -, the bank; of Mendresia .Switzerland. for'Europe. A day l later came. a letter sonal promise that all should have
name. ,Mr. Welsh says : for $10,000, which,some;two months from. Couti himself, saying he had their money and have their wrongs
"Late in November, 1885, I received later was returned dishonored. gone after another colony and askingme righted, putting the blame on Conti,
three telegrams signed 'Conti, "The time. had now come for the to care for those who were here whom the colonists threatened to kill.
general .manager S.,L,A..C. Co'T he drawing up of articles of agreementfor until,,his return. Inquiry soon developed The great Pelloni, the treasurer, was, I
first was from Philadelphia,,the, next the land purchases.: Conti had a .the fact that the colonists were not to escape, getting off, however,
from Jacksonville, and the third from large l amount of in n ey.' The colonistswere pennile Each family claimed to with only a clubbing.
:Palatkar asking (me to. go to the latter here there was not a flaw any- have paid the Swiss-Italian-American "Years ago, before the J press ,and
,place. To them I replied: 'If ,you where,.and yet: perhaps; because of the colonization company $200 before people of Florida expressed in no'un-
wish, to see me, come here.1' The.next immensity\ of the undertaking, I could leaving Ceasso, in addition to which certain measure their condemnation,
day Conti and his interpreter came. not-divest myself of a doubt. So I the colonists had given to Conti, at reports of Florida were often marvelsof
I then learned that he represented sent four;. telegrams. to Switzerland, Antwerp, all the money they had, to imagination. I have lately seen
.company with capital so vast that asKing.for Ccnti's authority,and if the exchange into American money. Nota accounts of the West that put Florida'sbest Ir
with:,it any ,undertaking was possible; 810,000'check would be honored, to penny of this had been returned andit efforts to shame,and pretty thingsare
that he,was here to ,establish a colony, aU of which satisfactory replies were amounted in all to about $4,000. I sometimes said even by European
:and that he had a hundred and forty' received, Conti ,cheerfully paying the had learned something about the syndicates. But all are as little chil- i
people, the first installment, in Palatka. expenses. Conti, his interpreterand: j money before Conti left and called dren, when compared to the printed
He had heard favorable reports I went to Palatka, where the ,contract I his attention to it. He replied that descriptions of Florida published in
of Welshtpn and :wanted to was drawn up, a work requiring two i he had turned the money, whatever it Italian by the"Swiss-ltalian-American
locate here. His company had i\, (days. ,From there three other. telegrams 'was, over to the 'Local General Man- Colonization company," translated to .
million 'dollars in: bank to ,carry out all written by 'Conti at my instigation ager' and that the cash was in 'A me by Rev.. D. A. Bottolaccio, the
the object in view, namely, the making were sent to Ceasso, Switzerland Strong Box' not yet arrived. For .I gentleman who worked unceasingly
,of homes' in free America for his BUI.' regarding the colony. Again the this box he showed a check, and finally ,:for the Italians while here. Here is a
fering( countrymen, etc., etc. Every answers confirmed: all the'acts of Conti,, secured the services of Hon. E. M. sample:
:family was.to have a finished three- and pn the second, .day of December, Cheeny, United States District Attor- "All the precious timber, boxwood,
:room house, horses, cattle seeds and 1885, the contracts were formally ex ney of Florida, to bring suit against mahogany, walnut, etc.,grows every .
implements of every kii4l.| Schools, ecuted. the railroads for the money and dam- where. Diamonds and all the precious -
churches, hospitals y large hotelor Just. here, it may throw some' lighton ages. Telegrams were frantically sent stones are to be found in great
\ depot were to be built at,once, and Conti's position to give the.,follow- along the line of travel, the trunk was quantities on the sea shore and on the.
factories of various kinds erected. All ing,letter, a document, that did'' muchto found and forwarded. Opened by borders of lakes and rivers.
of'these were to be furnished the colony give Conti and his colony a stand. the! local manager, Deneasa, in the "The earth is full of valuable minerals .i .
ou long time and easy terms. It ing.-' It is from the Archbishop of presence of a committee consisting of dig anywhere and you,will find
was a gigantic enterprise, but, as explained Switzerland to Archbishop (now Car Bishop Moore, Catholic Bishop of them. The sea and all the.lakesnd
i entirely practicable. In the dialGibbons) 'of' :Baltimore, Md., Florida; Mr. J. R. Dewey, railroad rivers are teeming with fish'and1 the -.


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J flowing with milk and honey." stay of the colony, and from whichmany Messrs. ,Devault and Danielson received of the pine, and all the orange treesI
'J.J;|;,Every family buying ten acreS, was would have been glad to escape.A $1,461 from three acres in cabbages have seen removed had them vary-
,.to:have a sea,l lake or river front whiletheprpmises riot was likely to occur at any time. and Mr. Geo. Devault $753 ing with the size of the, tree, thus in-
:' made, to the colonists were A deputy sheriff was appointed here from two and a half acres in cabbages.Mr. dicating that ''they would,, continue to
.*!marvels] of munificence. When satia and arrangements were made with the Wilder sold 1,100 crates of tcma- grow with the tree.. Further, a tree
t ted the company had practically abandoned sheriff to 'come whenever called for. toes for over $1 net. He also sold that has blown over is not a fair sam-
the colony l I deemed it best to Everything fortunately has an end. beans, squash, melons, etc. ple to judge by, the verY' fact of their
?tell' .the, :people the true state of the At last the long year for which the Now, while these are among the being overturned, shows that some-
< case, and BO,called a meeting of all the colonists could hold the land expired, best yields I know of, they are riot all thing has happened to their tap roots,
heads of families at the achool-house. and Welshton once more raised its and a great many others have made or that they are not of the kind that
explained: through '$ev.. D. A. :Bot- tired head with the proud consciousness money. The names and amounts cane have them all their lives.
,tolaccio ,all the facts as I understood that "ithin {its borders thEreVas > had. I mention these 'to establish I would like to remark, 'in referenceto
,them, and that at the expiration of a not an Italian colonist' left, and that the fact that we are surrounded "Leaching," that I made a filter of
year:.,from the date, of ,the contract, ifcompany ,Conti and Pellorii!are within the walls with the three conditions that go to a barrel containing: about two feet of
did not ;pay the amount of ap, Italian prison paying, the penalty make a happy, prosperous and contented sand and very poor water came through
.then due, they, would have no furtheri1" ; of their crimes." people, and that the future of decidedly purified. I think the effectof
claim ,to ,the lands on which they were Such is the story of the "Swiss-Ital- Jmatilla is full of bright promises. irrigation would rather be to carry
...,..settled That put an end to the work an-American, Colonization Company," I hope your readers will not think the surface elements down just where
on what they had fondly hoped would one of the coolest instances of mis- these letters are written by a "real the roots can feed on them as they
be(their homes ;From that day they placed confidence that ever brought estate agent," in the usual acceptationof cannot in the dry surface soil, and by
were a changed,people,and glqom took undeserved suffering upon a host of that term; or by one 'who' has an decreasing the latter :increase the food
the, ,place laughter. During Conti's helpless strangers in a strange land. axe to grind, and all T will say is for supply and area. But an insignifi-
1'second visit I utterly refused to recog- << them to come and l look for themselves. cantly small quantity gets below the
',"Size i him, and gave him 'my reasons For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. j NO. A. MICHENER.
':'for sd doing, as I wished his people to A Prosperous Section of the State. Umatilla, ,Fla.,July 5th,1887. roots.Mr.. Steele deprecates the Bermudafor
understand' my resentment to his treat- There,are some dissatisfied peoplein winter lawns. We, in Orange
''ment. Gradually many' of them secured Florida, and if it was different we pscellaiieous: county, are of the same opinion. but
d' : employment, and were able to would have another world's wonder to have no substituted At any rate, if
support 'families,permanent places put into history. No country, no not green in winter; it is more solid
J being obtained when possible. The'following' state, no county, no town, is exempt For the FLORIDA DISPATCH than the sand and does not so forcibly
is a list of the officers, of the from this class. We might add, too, Oranges Leaching, Shade Trees, remind one of wading newly fallen
Swiss Italian-American Colonization that this' trouble found in all fami Etc. snow.
,Company, as furnished me by Conti, lies more or less, so we will just cover The various discussions in your The same, to some extent, holds
with their residence: the whole ground and say whereverwe paper are very interesting, yet I good as to his remarks about shade
''President, Von Burn, Bern. go we will meet someone who can would like to see some of them broughtto trees. Anything that will endure:the
Vice-President.. J'W.' Blankarn,Na- not say, ,*'Let the wild, wild world an end by an authoritative settle- heat of our sun,and thrive in our sand,
pl s. wag as 'twill, .I'll be' gay and ment of the questions involved. Many will not allow of a rival near. It
Advocat, A. Promevei, Balerma. happy still." people may be doing as did the son of wants all the food and water that can
ffSecretair, '''E. C. Daraim, Basel. But I believe the class of people Mr.\ H. S. Williams, mentioned in the be supplied, and I have failed to finda
:*J3aptrien)> Count Belonzaghi, Lu-, who have settled around Umatilla are opening letter in your issue of July really worthy substitute for the or-
cerne. as well satisfied and as contented a 4th. We may be led to experimentwho ange excepting, possibly, the oak.
!!;Directors: Count J. Mamaam, Venice people 'as there is to be found in Flor- cannot afford the failure of ex Here at Eustis, we have some eucalyptus
;f'G.' : C. Menalrea, London ; F. ida or in any new country. .A great periments. I feel certain with refer. which I set out for,several partiesin
Boughi]! Borne.i4 many things could be enumerated to enc to the orange, that if we are careful the spring of 1885. They grew
*'Jne printed circulars distributed cause 'a person to be really satisfied, to do our' 1 best. with the varietieswe finely but were cut off by the freeze.
';in(Italy &nd Switzerland :refer, also to but I think three conditions could be have, and cultivate them carefully, They came up prdmptly, and are now
many of the great official dignitaries put down as the foundation stones for thoroughly; and thoughtfully, we will from two to three inches in diameter,
IJSV>'f Italy as favoring the project, show- this "satisfaction" or Fat least there reap our reward in 'due season, "if we and twelve to fifteen feet high. Theyare
.,eQ,' ing collusion' on the part of the Gov- would necessity' be three to bring faint not." We must use our effortsto beautiful, at all times fragrant.
erument. It, is, perhaps, needless to about the others; 1st, a healthy loca- produce the very best, but the fine There are a number of vm- etie3.-They
say"'that the telegrams written ,by tion ; 2d, a productive country-and varieties we have will compete with fulfill all the requirements of the
nConti, at my dictation, were worded I mean by this,one.that will producea the world. I do not say we can ever Florida shade tree but one-they are
'''Id' suit himself, and' went into the crop that will you well for labor drive the Spanish (Valencia) or the too good. Their roots monopolize'the
hands of confederates. It is as needless and trouble-an Say neighbors. for Italian[ from the market, but we will ground and destroy, in a few years,
to say that not bile of ,Oon i'8 the third. have a good chance. I would like to even ponds of water.
schemed was carried, out, not even the With these three conditions anyplace ask some of our best authorities, like The mulberry will, if properly
ninety days' p[.visions ,the colonists will prosper ; prosperity will Lyman Phelps, if attempts have been trimmed, make a good shade, and so
",were to get being furnished. The contractor bring schools, churches/hbme comforts made to introduce the Valencia, and will the catalpa. I have 'several of
I fortunately,-did not put up I and then a satisfied people, if with what success? Cultivation has both and the new Japan catalpa is
,tho buildings, and( Mr. Barnes did not they can be made so.' Now I believe much to do with the quality of the being set out largely in Eustis. Theyare
fu"rpiah the trees, prefering to get 'his Umatilla has these' three, conditions. .orange, and I ,am sure no fruit can all subject to the same objection,
pays, Ht:8t.: I never ,received a penny I know we have the first and third, come up to a high,standard of perfection their leaves drop in winter. Let us,
l t l"After ,the 1ian8"were": made to ,from. experience. As for the second, if starved 'or choked by hungry thenlook, further for something better,
If ,' :understand the situation,, which i it I propose to give names and figures. weeds. I have, at times, been half and in the meantime, I will recom-
r see'me 1.difficult for.them; to corn pre- ,"*A tree, is known, by its fruits. In persuaded of the advisability of letting !mend the orange, the oak and the
jhend",they became' greatly excited. my last I mentioned Mr. John Troub's groves grow up with weeds and grass, bay, not the one that grows in
/Meetings' wer of daily, often hourly tomato yield, and stated that he had but the short dry spell, this spring, swamps.
.. j; occurrence,, and the colony dividedjntq .not heard from 100 crates. He now convinced me that if my ground needs We did not have much of a blossoming
i t 1 two factions ,those who. favored nas in his; returns, which show $443 shade or vegetable matter to plow in June, not as much as some
exposing the company, and those who from' : one and a_ quarter acres vine under I will raise it on the next lot. are having now, in July. Bat there
thought was not policy. Nearly all land. I had in about same in a small Give me weeds and grass but dead will be a great many oranges for
''carried guns- or knives. A committeewak1appoihted'to lot to itself.: For this crop IVas ones.I to market this fall. And by next seasonI
'' ,watch Conti and not offered and ',took $133, at the com find much diversity of opinion hope shipping facilities may be
'to allow him to leave the town. :The ,mencemenj, ,of the shipping season. i. among my neighbors on the Navel improved and perfected, for we will
'wildest rumors prevailed and everywhere The purchaser gathered and sold the question. Many find them shy bearers. need them all. The trees are look-
there was wild talk,and excite- crop and: received, .$301. I should Some claim that they bear as ing remarkably well.
*1 lment! t:' 'Conti and Pellonf} in turn'were have-stated' in:,the proper place that well as others, but require more care The Alabama, Florida & Atlantic
:'the objects of their fury and when Mr.Troub only received $4 for forty and fertilizer. Yqur correspondent, I Railway is being graded very* fast
they were not to be found Deneasa crates, of his j tomatoes., Shipped theseto Hillsborough County, takes the most i through here, and will form another
'.sand" his poor wife had to take their the wron',.house,!Iou tee. pertinent view of the subject I have. link to bind us to the busy outside
't condemnation, not! even the good Mr. M. H. McGuire bought last yet seen. world. ; ; : '
pjebeing able tQ check them. A summer ,five acres pine land, cleared, : In relation' "Tap Roots," I think VAN EPPS HOWARD.
general l tate of disorder existed, ,utterly -' ,one, set to tomatoes, ,and realized Miss Harcourt may not have extended Eustis,Fla..July 9?1887.4 J ;tt.
.ruinous to: ,tbetown, into.which not enough to pay for his land, 'cultivation her research quite'fir enough I have Pelican Island i in Indian* River is

?, ,a', family; came, ,.to,..settle during. the .of crop,;fencing and clearing. seen no limit, to the age:of the tap root, said-to be white., with'youngbirds."A. !,,.. .
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: fatigue is due exclusively to the DIS- the highest price, and all received season of profit or loss. In the article
"' 'JVIWl\em1\ i' PATCH, its editor and corps of porno- above New York prices. Thus far the published in your issue of June 20th,

_. .. logical contributors, (which is exclu- new way has proved a great improvement .it was partially outlined how this great
the'FLORIDA DISPATCH: n. J sive of your "esteemed friend.") over the old way. It affords the and much desired change in the mar-

Provide Cold Storage.I J.. D. MITCHELL. best prices and causes the prompt keting of the orange crop could be effected

Daytona,Fla.,July 6_,1&7. transaction of business. Saturday even ; and a few of the beneficial results ,
desire to express. thanks to your ing every cheese was sold in less! than were maintained. However, so
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH
square-toed and level-headed contributor : half an hour, and the business of the plain are these facts to every thoughtful -
Adams of for the able How the Auction System is Worked '
Tangierine
board was closed before 8:30.: F. business mind, that to repeat, or
and exhaustive squelching he the in the Cheese Market. .
gave > o < !to go more into detail, would be a
prevailing custom of rating orangesby There has been from time to time a CALIFORNIA. FRUIT AT .AUOTI01T. waste of your valuable space, and es-
certain "points." have always felt good deal of discussion in Florida as .. pecially so, since the whole matter depends -
that there was something wrong in it, to the merits of the auction system of for its success upon the willingness -

but from lack of special interest and selling oranges. As all know, the The Returns from the First Sale in of the people to open a marketat

time have never dissected it as he has, whole of the foreign fruit broughtinto New: York. their doors, instead of entrusting
to find out what's the matter with this is sold auction l
country at The following from the SacramentoBee their products to unknown and irresponsible -
,Hannah. As he very pointedly says, : and it has been claimed, reasonably, parties one thousand: miles
the beginning and the ending of the as we think, that there was no good of June 30th, shows how the Cal- i away..

whole matter is : "Is it good to eat? reason why our Florida fruit should ifornia fruit realized under the auction TO THE ORANGE GROWERS OF'

That is what au orange is made for," not be sold in the same way. If all system : : FLORIDA! ,

The orange that gives most all-around the fruit shipped to New York from The California,Fruit Union has received -. '
satisfaction in', is the best auction it would To settle the question as to whetherwe
eating Florida was put up at returns for the first carload of
orange, regardless of"points." attract all the buyers to compete with fruit shipped by them from Sacramento.! are ready to make orange culture

You have done us a great favor in each other, as they do for the foreign It was a,carload of assorted fruit which profitable, or prefer a continuance of
placing cold Hoggson fruit. We find illustration of the great uncertainty that now at- >>
storage, process: a new left Sacramento by fruit
; ordinary car ,
sand etc. before in ,of .the taches to it, you will please give the
packing, us a lump, the advantages auction systemin attached to the regular overland pas-
serving up the whole menu at one the following account of selling senger train, and was sold at auction in proposition of making Jacksonvillethe
market immediate attention
meal The conclusion you have reached cheese and butter : your ,
New York on Tuesday. The fruit arrived -
seems uncontrovertable-to-wit: that In the Times' special report of the in good order. The returnsof i an signify your decision in the matterin
of them all, cold storage is the onlyone sales of butter and cheese at the Canton the sale were $1,500 gross, of which a brief note to the editor of the DISPATCH -
that promises ,out of the board last who will place the same on
a way Saturday, our admirable
amount $625 was paid for freight anda
file. If the first of there
by
September
slough of despond in which we are correspondent briefly mentionedthe
small amount for comm &5i(n. The
mired. The next thing to do is to fact that the board had adopted a net amount which the fruit shall appear one million boxes pledgedfor

provide the storage, and when account new way of selling butter and cheese, average brought per pound was four and one- the Jacksonville market, requisite
is taken pf the nnmber of men which was by auction. This board capital will take up the matter and
half cents -i. e., the growers :receive;
all the facilities for
with surplus means who would use it heretofore has had long and tiresome, four and one-half cents per pound for provide necessary
the successful sale of the fruit.
for oranges and lemons, or for straw- sessions, similar to the present experience this fruit, placed on the car at Sacra
A after this is
berries and other of the Watertown board and note something style
or peaches or guavas ; mento. The peaches and apricots
fruits and too dicker around until suggested : "I pledge my crop (one
perishable vegetables that is to Sunday brought the best price, selling from $2
thousand boxes for sale in Jackson-
)
to mention i it would The method
numerous seem morning. new seems to $2.50 of
to crate pounds.
twenty
that funds for buildings and machin- work at the Canton board admirablyand per ville, provided you secure the mi lionboxe.s'
,Pears and plums did not bring so much. "
would at first call if in ; or"I am opposed to the Jacksonville
satisfaction. Thisis
ery come men gives general The cash returns for this sale are now market."
whom the peoplehave confidence took thw(, the do it : A blackboardhas
way their to the whereas
on way producers, :; ,
We desire know the of
to standing
the lead in the movement. been which the
Sup- provided on names under the old commission th
pose the Executive Committee of of all ,the factories on the board of have :had. to wait system, month'or ywould' the fraternity upon, this question, and
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take it of field
the of surmise.
the Directory of the utilize radsj As the salesmen out
Exchange {' are painted. more., The members:; of the UnIOnseem
that organization in this direction and come In to register, the number of to be jubilant and declare that Whenever we create a,stable mar-
ket for this will have
put their machinery at work at once. cheeses offered are marked on the the auction plan of marketing is a product, we as-
by adopting Mr. Moremen's recent blackboard against the name of the ,success.R. sured our own prosperity, and will
great
in the DISPATCH and mak- At 7:30 J. C.Birge have done more for the prosperity of
suggestion factory offering. p. m. B.Blowers, the Eastern mana'gerof
the State than could be
ing Jacksonville headquarters for president of the board, steps to the, Union,amost! conservative man, accomplishedby
storage (cold), exhibition, sale and the blackboard, calls the meeting to 'wild was slow to embrace, the, auction a board of immigration and a pro-
shipment of the million boxes he order and asks for bids for choice. plan, telegraphs from New York that tective tariff'combined..

names, I believed all the objections We will give the transactions of Sat- he wants all his fruit shipped to that Awaiting results,M.I am 8.,MOREMEN.respectfully,
heretofore made to the Exchange urday evening, as near as we can re-
place for sale by.auction., Switzerland, Fla..July 11,1887.
would disappear and this radical member, to illustrate. The telegram Sobel& Day, the New York agentsof .

change of front would, give the friendsof quoted fancy cheese at Sic. and firm, the Union, telegraph to send at onceas It would seem that the Flsrida Fruit

the Exchange-and: there Are many cable 45s. 6d. The first bid was 8c. much fruit as possible. The supply, Exchange has been a "blessing in disguise -

and true-solid ground on which to for 4,000 cheeses, the next 8Jc. for however, is limited,as just now we are ," in that it has had the effect of
rally the nearly disheartened troop 2,000, the next 8Jc. for 2,000,. the between the early and the late fruits. introducing commission merchants in
and give them renewed courage to next 8c. for 1,000, the next 8f c, for Whether the California fruit growers the truck business to make good square

make one more determined effort, to 500, This waS the highest bid, and in general approve of the Union returns to Florida shippers. It is a

redeem past shortcomings. I, for one, the buyer selected Royal, Kensselaer] and its workings or not, at all eventsit noticeable fact, that truckers have w
am willing to trust the men who COm- Falls Howard and Union 544 cheeses.
is fair\to presume that the auction made more money than usual the last
pose this committee or any other the This started the ball and the buyers plan of, sale will be all that was season, and it is believed that they
directory might name as a special with books in hand took the cheeses at claimed for it, and its originator for have been dealt with honestly "this

committee for this purpese.I prices quoted, to-wit: 683 at 8c., this coast, Weinstock, congratu- time" in order to cripple the ExchangeAssociation. J
have neither time nor ability to 764 at 8 ll-16c., 2,486 at 8c. The lates himself accordingly. Another Possibly and probably.

work out the details of a plan of cam- ll-16c.. cheeses were to be deliveredat carload of fruit will be sold in New Eustis SemiTropical.The ,
paign, but there are men who have Morristown and is equivalent to York '
to-day.
both, and they should be employedand 8fc.' delivered here. It will be ob: r -.-i Riverside cold-storage house is
paid liberally for doing it. Some- served that all the sales were above For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.JACKSONVILLE the second on the Pacific coast. The

thing of this kind must be done to save the prices quoted in the telegram, and THE.1 MARKET. first was put in by this company for
the organization which "is dear to our above any figures the sellers could ex- the Santa_ Ana Valley Fruit Companyat
hearts? (thuogh not; to that of Bre'r pect to receive. In this,way the seller The Fruit Must be Sold at Home- Santa Ana. It was got in opera-
Curtis.) 1 has nothing to say beyond "yes" or An Appeal to Orange Growers. tion late last year. A few carloads of

I could have said much more to the "no." The first sale made establishes Through the"columns of your.val grapes were shipped, which were received -

credit of the editor and publisher of the highest price and gives the buyer uable journal, I desire again to call in prime condition.

the DISPATCH if I had supposed it was i the selection of factories. When he the attention of Jhr felloworangef Riverside now has in cold storage a

of any,,consequence what 1 thought'or, has taken what he wants the next to the proposition of making quantity of oranges and lemons that

said. Up to a,recent date the reading: buyer takes his choice. The best fac- Jacksonville our orange market, and were.placed there several weeks ago.

of Florida papers, especially those i tories are always certain to received ask .their immediate action thereon. This fruit can be kept until October

giving prominence to agriculture an highest price, and the poorest must The time !of harvest is approaching, next and then sent to St.Louis for exhi-
horticulture, made me tired, and that t take what ,they can get. Saturday and 'It' entirely depends upon our bition and sale.-Press and Horticulturist. -
I am in a degree ; recovered from, this night thirty-three factories received united action whether we make it a .

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R will be engaged in quite extensively with considerable interest-1-. = Orlando feet condition. A few of the larger

I :i (State Items, another season.Levy County Times Reporter.Mr. plants have been allowed to go: to seed

.. Mr. Horace B. Lock of for purposes of propagation. Mr.
Keuka
: : \ W. F. Jackson sends us from
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.raised fine of red and Holden regards this experiment as a
some specimens
1 Condensed from Our Exohanges. Twin Lakes samples of sweet potatoes,
'd 'white broom-corp, the average heads grown on his farm near that place, the perfect success.
'Dr. J. F. Appell, Lake City has a being inches It
thirty-two long. was )largest of which weighs:: about three
j Japan chestnut in fruit. raised land without fertilizers.
on pine pounds, and were planted about the

,'There will. be a fine corn crop in Primus W. Jones, of Baker county, 25th of March. They are the finest 800,000 ACRES

the vicinity of Plant City. as is his annual practice, has sent the that we have seen this season, being ,

A '. The :Manatee Advocate received a first bale of cotton, of the season, to smooth and perfect in shape and color.

Bixty-eight-pound watermelon.The market. It arrived at Brunswick, JBrooksville Register.If FLORIDA LANDSSituated

Ga., July 5th, and was forwarded by no disaster befalls the growing
farmers of Live Oak are talk- in the Counties of Nassau Duval,
the Brunswick Board of rade to crops the yield in Leon and the ad Columbia,SuwaneeAlachua,Lafayette.Marion -
ing of organizing a farmers' club. New York Hernando Sumter Orange, Volusia.
Jour-
by ress.-SanJ ford he the
will
joining counties largest Brevard, Polk, Hlllaborough, Manatee andMonroe.
From section of the State nal. .
every the that has been gathered for many years.

report, is they are having enough, if Mr. Jas. M. Earnest yesterday Both cotton and corn are in fine
TOWN LOTSIn
not too much rain. condition and'the farmers are looking
showed us a sample of second crop ,
,b Tomatoes forward that will them the TOWDS of Kissimmee,Winter Uaven,
to the number of 123 on Bed Astrakhan apple grown on a tree a.crop pay Gordonvllle,Bartow,Anburndale, Lakeland,
one vine is what S. J. Frost, of Mer- budded to LeConte stock. The fruit. out of debt and leave plenty for an- Seffner, Mango,Orient Eagle Lake, Haskell,

e 1\. rill's Island, has produced. is of good size, pretty shape and color. other year. A splendid oat crop has Kathleen Pemberton., Klchland, Dade City, Owensboroand

Mr. Earnest succeeds with everything been gathered and the faces of the A Map and Descriptive Notes showing the
The Bartow Informant showna farmers wreathed with smiles. location of these lands will be furnished on
grafted or budded on the LeConte.- are application to the Land Department of the
fine of millet
sample sugar grown South Florida Railroad Company.
.. within a mile of that place. Floridian. Mr. W. H. Holden, who lives a few .

The huge standpipe for the Orlando miles from Orlando, has a tobacco G E0. Fox,
Messrs. Yates, Jett & Young of
Plant water works is 12 feet in diameter, patch planted from experimental packages Chief Clerk,
City, netted $440 from two acres of Cuban tobacco seed sent out
made of steel, and is 125 feet high.It by SANFORD, "LA
of strawberries in new land.
holds 238,000 gallons, apd the pres- the Agricultural Department last

The farmers who do not feel satisfied sure from the weight of water on the spring. The plants are now about PIANOS, ORGANS &-MDSICAL GOODS

with their corn crop, should make the bottom of the tank is4 55 pounds to ,shoulder high and seem to be in per-

shortage good with potatoes and cow- the square inch. It will require three Genuine Bargains.

peas. hours to fill it when empty.. The cost HARDWARE -

The peach of Columbia has was about $10,000. ..
crop Being Sole Agents in the South for
been good this ,and the later -
very year
varieties are now ripening in luscious Capt. C. Mailing, who lives across CHICKERING, MASON & HAMLIN, MA-
the lake from Kissimmee, is braggingon THUSHEK, BENT A ARION
abundance.The
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a cucumber grown, on his place, GEO. L. MoCoNiHE

recent rains,.it is reported, have without the aid of fertilizers, which PIANOS .

damaged the large peach crop of Columbia measured nineteen and a half inchesin (New Bulldlng.at Old Stand.) ,

county, causing them to split length. It was from seed broughtby

and fall off. him from Englandis; a very rapid 40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Flu. ORGANS,

; Judge Wigg presented the Palatka grower, and is consequently very j" ,.
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News with a fine bunch of Japan per crisp, tender and d"eliciouseating.' MASON'; ?& HAMLIN, BAY STATE,

simmons from a tree which maturedone The Sopchoppy Phosphate Com Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves and Tinware, ORCHESTRAL.
PACKARD
hundred and thirty. building warehouses and Honsefurnishinc Goods Granite and
t dwellings Agate Ware, Sash, Doors, Blinds
? At Orange City the orange groves on their beautiful town site Oils, Agricultural Implements, Everyone given benefit of our one price system -
lowest.
I are putting on a second growth. The on the Sopchoppy river, where the Iron and SteelHope,Belting, terms, and of payment prices ,guaranteed and payment of freight Easy as-

grove of Stevens & Grover has put on company's phosphate works are being Hose and Packing, Pumps, sumed by us to Purchaser's nearest R. R.or
a much larger crop the second time located. It is the intention of the Steam and Water Pipe steamboat, landing. '

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and Fittings, Four
than the first. company to ship their phosphate down Steel Galvanized ,
the J'iver'to the Gulf until a railroadis .
Fence Wire,
One of our imported citizens, Mr. built to Tallahassee.-Tall 'ta8seean. Mantel, .... VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-
John Scarnio,has recently planted 50C Grates,.
olive trees, which he had sent to him : Capt. Blocker has growing in his Etc. CORDEONS

from the sunny clime of Italy Apop- yard a,tree called the umbrella tree .

ka Oily Union. of, Japan (entirely} different from the lowest p ces.o Send for instruments our illustrated offered cata at

umbrella: 'tree of China). It is onlythree.years'old Agent For logue. -
Mr. Sowers, of Seneca, has now and now has )leaves on I
Powd erFarmecs'Friendand
12,000 vines growing, embracing it that measure, twenty one inches in Orange Boss Lightning Plows, Dangler 011, Stoves,

thirty-five varieties of American length by sixteen wide. It id umbrella Perry & Co's Celebrated Stoves and

1 grapes, and is making a complete shaped, and makes a shelter that is Ranges,Southern (St. Louis White Artist.Materials
of their culture. Pure Colors in OH, Frames
success impervious to sunshine or rain.-Tatlahasseean. Lead Masury'a picture ,
Masnry's Railroad & Liquid
Fine: Pictures,
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Paints, Fairbanks'
JarBest Fancy Cood
Mr. A.M. Roberts, living'six miles Standard Scales. ..
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)- r bled many of the farmers to make good II north of this..city, brought! into our STATE AGENT FOR Album"St-tloner;
their !losses on cotton and prevented ,. We can ave you money anything In
office of the :
qf white
an ear corn large '
Goods. Write: us for
Music, Art or Fancy
them from going in debt. Stove CO'S
which Chattanooga
variety, measures ten inches in prices ;
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length and nine in circumference at
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The largest cabbage grown inAlachua &TOYES.
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by L. C. Graham, a young vegetable bushels of the same sort, raised on. PRICES SAME AS IN CHATTANOOGA. LUDDEN & BATES, S. M.H

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i grower at Rocky Point The head in twenty acres of hammock land. If .fl -Tln Roofing,Sheet Iron,Copper and Tin
question weighed anybody can beat this we would like W\t'k to order. WAVANNATT..
i twenty pounds.
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to hear from him.Brookmille Register. -

t Florida, it is said, will soon have a ANDERBIL
paper mill that will produce the finest V 1
On his place near Altamonte, L. D, .
? : class.of out, of palmetto fibre.
paper
Whitney has a date palm in bearing. UNIVERSITY.SEVEN .
The location has not been settled
yet .It is about twelve old and has
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years DEPARTMENTS!
upon but the mill when -- _
completedwilL.give __-
had a number of blooms, but,shed all L DKFABTBKjrre of literature Sdenceaal
employment to hundreds of but two bunches which he thinks will : I-MlOBOphy. Ecsineerlnir Law.Olu
people. -.. ology,and Pharmacy open September
Other had blooms ;- Students in farnlbearoon
mature. trees "'-- n! In Wesley Hall andgnlre FREE.
Our farmers have gone into oats, which were of different colors, evi- -- DEFABTXKSTS of Medlein aDd Dentlrtrj
Academic
In
-, e pen Oct.Ut 1M7. FEES:
9 corn, sugar cane,.potatoes, etc., to the dently of different sexes. Fruit grow : aj .= Ensrineerinsr, Pharmwry and lOOMedka Dental Deg
partmentB $65: each;Law: $
exclusion of cotton. Some few are': ers throughout ,the country will.await C w $OO; !eliree$15: ; Technology, free

planting. ? acco:. in, a small way;,it I the ripening of Mr. Whitney's. dates. WILS CatA1o{ WILLIAMS.on Sec.application.' to.T.JULY ..&
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i tPoultry house. Nor should we have an open- from the main flocks and only the

and Apiary.* ing under the roof for ventilation. very best selected,if we would improve .

X. r This allows the HZ w Pa
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For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: '- air to escape, while the impuritiessink Always yet hens in the even- .

POULTRY IN FLORIDA... to the floor. For comfort, and your Ot-\ ,
ing rather' than by daylight. They Q
to. avoid colds and ]let the sides ZGrows .
roup
Houses._ will]) be more sure to stick to the nest
that are closed be absolutely tight. all kinds of Fruit Trees and Vines '
A house for poultry in Florida need The front and south sides can be madeof afterward. fc Large stock LeConte and other Pears)Persimmons -

not be elaborate or expensive. It is laths, put on two inches apart, or Ducks, after commencing: to lay, cheap., Peen-to Send for and Catalogue.other Peach Seedlings:

not heeded as a yard aod )laying house of wire netting, which is nearly as drop one .egg veryregularly every w. \v.THOMPSON Smithvllle,,Ga

during four months of the year, nor cheap and more durable. This gives twenty-four hours, almost invariablyafter r .. ....

have we to keep fowls warm and wrap the early sunshine and all necessary night. '
thelarge combs in flannel during this' PINH APPLE SLLPBS
ventilation, while the cold winds and The farmer who gets the most eggs: -
time. If there
are
separate arrangements drafts are avoided. The who earliest and :
one gets. up se .1
for shade rand, laying, the houseis The perch should be arranged witha to his flock good warm break ,
needed ably at night,1 and.' there is view to the comfort and health of cures Red Spanish or..Key Largo Large, $13.50
fast > .
by daylight. r 1,000; $115 per 10,000.Red
rarely a day in winter when the fowls fowls. It need not be more than a Spanish or Key Largo,Small,$11.50 per
will care to Btayin it. : Gather the droppings around under 1.f00;,$95 per ",000.
foot from the floor. This suits Cochins
i Porto jRlco.Birdseye,Sugar Loaf and Egyptian -
The sha size will be determined and Brahmas and for Leghorns is i the roost every two or three davs if Queen,$1.25 per dozen; $7.50 per 100.
location and the number of I would have poultry free from Cavendish Banana Suckers. not
by
you your <
quite as good as if near the ceiling. Eyes$8 per 100. t 1
fowls! 'we'keep. ,If,(in a back yard, or If two or more perches are used, let the scourge Qf scaly legs. house Carefully free packed and delivered at freight-,
of
in any place where they are likely to all be on the same level. If cedar or It is the appearance of goods that Terms, Cash charge.with order. t't tr,/
be disturbed at night a floor will be References-Wm. ABours, Tysen, Smith.
sassafras poles are not available, a sells them. Nice, large, fat; plump & Co. .
necessary. And for dozen fowls, a good perch can be made of strips- white turkeys, 'ducks, chicks or geese JOIIIV K. :BEACH,'H '

h us Jiveor six,.feet long, three feet 1x3-the sharp edges being taken off. always bring outside prices.: : Indian River Nurseries,.1'
Melbourne
Florida.
wide, three feet high at the back and Instead of nailing them to the side$'of j __ .. -- ;I
four feet in front with two perches The person :who goes into the chicken
the house, it is better to have wooden
put4n, J ]lengthwise/and the. floor two ledges there, with a piece cut out of business expecting simplv to throw GRAPE VINESSuited ) :
down feed and gather will find ..
feet from the ground, will answer the the top about an inch deep and three eggs, "
well. It can be made the credit side of his account alarm- to the Soil and Climate ofi J '
purpose very and a :half inches wide, in which.the .
eight feet lung, five feet wide and have perch will fit loosely. This allows ingly small. "
FLORIDA
these perches for twenty-five fowls. It An excellent to'feed to ,
the removal of the perch at any time, thing poultry '!
is not well to keep .more than this and there are no trestles or wide especially hens 'and pullets; is GROWN AND FOR >SALE?AT, ,

number in one place. boards for droppings to take up space parched corn. It makes but; little I I San Luis and Andalusia Nurseries '

In the country, where there is a and interfere, with the frequent cleaning :: difference how black it is so the grains!: ,

grove or orchard ,available, it is bestto of: the house. But this question retain their shape. The 'best plan is NearTALLAHA SEE, FLA.! ''

have a movable house without- of cleanliness, as well as a description to crush it and mix it with other meal]; E. DUBOIS, ManagcraSend ,

floor. If made of light-' material, it of nests,and '''yards, must be reservedfor as by this means they are sure ,to pick ; for Catalogue and order early. Send'. ,
also,for Price List of :
can bemoyedv from one place toaribllfprbetween another letter. up a sufficient. quantity to do them'''

:;the trees. In this The reader will take what has been good. FLORIDA WINES. "':
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arrangement there are no floors to, written as merely suggestive of what a, The guinea fq\0,is a great ,forager, '
clean and the ammonia and other ..: '" .
valuable 1 i/ tI /Llfl.
poultry house in Florida should be. and destroy ..many insects ,that the

properties of this manure are: If,we, observe a few simple! rules in re hens, will not catoucb. They do not I I FAIRVIEW NURSERIES,
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absorbed the'soil The .' .
by \
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poorest :
gard to the roof, ventilation and scratch the garden, and though not .
orchard, treated in this way, will soon perches, the architecture and size of easily kept inear the house, they make O. R. THATCHER,'

become rich and fertile. A flock of the building can be left to one's taste known the places where they l lay by a i ,, .t.

twenty-five fowls :on each acre of the and fancy. N. R. HAMER, peculiar noise, which enables one accustomed Manager, ,", ':n.

grove, will pay their board bill in fertilizer Snowdrift :Poultry Yards. to them to find all the eggs San Mateo,.Putnam County, Florida.

and work, and the eggs they Keuka, Fla.,July,.187., they' lay They. really cost little to '.'
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will be If unleached -
lay pure gain. ..''
Some Goose Hints. raise and when roosting near thehouse .11 I r;':-
wood ashes"are_ applied) to this, groveat''a"diflerent create an alarm should intruders The best varieties of the Orange.and Lemon
.time, however, the,trees;> No doubt the most profitable kindsare and other Citrus Fruits. '.tjtJ
make their appearance.Testimonials ,
will have everything\ they need for these that grow largest, says an v** ''"Choice varieties' of the Fig,of recent Introductlon. I 1.

growth and fruit. exchange. A goose is never noted for from; persons :who have ,;, \ a 't; ', ,

This house in tIle back:'jra'rd* or its great number of eeg, as they usu- been cured by a medicine ought to 'con: TheCattley Guava,-both be lied and Yel
vince those from the' same disease low. .,._. /. i U' 3
country, for twelve or twentv-five ally lay but one litter, unless broken suffering t ;
and i Known to'be<'genu The Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto
fowls will cost little if built The number from
eightto
very ups ranges ine. Please notice ,that :whenever we the soil and climate of Florida:: if.
according to the plan suggested. But fourteen. A goose will nearly always publish any testimony in favor:of Shalen- L"0 \
there are certain points to be observedin sit anywhere you wish 1 jlf you berger's Antidote for Malaria, the name Han's'The Japan CioiceBananasOrapes Plum,varieties of,Pecans the Mulberry,etc

building, or the most elaborate cover her fora,few days, or until she and address are given and that we in- .
house will be a failure: in this climate. gets:'Wonted 'to her nest. ,She should] ] vite you to verify it by writing directlyto *3 Ca alogne free on application. :, T

The should"be be accustomed while sit- the parties themselves.A. REJ'ER.BNCJCS-crosby: &Gowen $an MR i.ea; *
roof perfectly tight to handling
T. SHALLENBERGER& CO.rRochester Hon. (-I. W. Lyle San Mateo; W. J. Webb, .
It may be 'made of rough boards, of ting so that at hatching time you may Pa. Palafka.

different! 'widths if they are the same be able to look$? over the eggs occasionally y. 1

thickness, and these can be covered forif one should slip over anotheregg ROT .NOT," \ ORANGE. TREESFOR

with felt roofing of some kind. Thisis it would be nearly impossible for For preserving Meats Milk, 'Butter, Syrup" ,,
waterproof, cheap and will keep th'e unborn gosling to reak both Cider; and Fruits and Vegetables o* every \ '
kind In their natural state. Tasteless,Odorless -
away. insects. If given one or two shells,** Trie'food .for goslings: may be Harmless.''Enough for five gallons. ,by ';' .' j 'JI'rSummer i
,coats of such be had the that for chickens but after mail$1. Intelligent Agents Wanted.
paint, as can same as KING'A A.&.P.AGENCY.779 2d Ave.,N.Y City. Planting.f
with the roofing,and sand, is sprinkledover they have learned to eat grass, they .., .
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this, it will last as long as the care but little for anything else, and Nurseries of Lake Weir Co. ,. J. ., ,,>:.\(:

house This roof can be extended one will grow.,finely,, .They should, J>e allowed -
100,000.|Orangc and Lemon: Trees,
foot over the east and south sides. quite a field of running water Our trees are. very thrifty,three and four Budded f Trees! of Choice Varieties.

The house had better face the east .. year old stock,%to p inch ,with ; 'd 1
one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible 1 Inches diameter, two year old buds.
White fowls when dressed for the
or south-the east preferred. On the to Florida Southern Railroad. pend for Also S Seedlings all sizes. F 'gale'cheap,

north and west rough, uneven boards market,do not show pin feather' marksas Catalogues. Address. B.FOSTER 1'E. ,Managerdae2l.ly A. II. MANVILLE,';
can be used, as for the roof. Two or do the black breeds. outh Lake Weir Fia.. Jacksonville Fla.

three good boxes will l furnish all the Ducks should be allowed as much ,
material for this. Cover SOUTH 'FLORIDA NURSERT
necessary liberty as possible,as they are not partial -
these two sides with tarred paper, to confinement like chickens. 4
thick will do better. SUty thousand choice Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees for sale. Ten thousand fine Florida!
though roofing
grown Peach Trees,of the Honey and Peen-To varieties also two new varlet, Hybrids of
.Be sure to have it wind and rain' Coarse bones in fowls indicate coarse Honey and Peen-To named by us Chinese King and Chinese Queen. The Chinese King
meat. A coarse meated fowl is a poor r1pen In May. The Queen ripens three weeks later than Honey. Our evening bearing orange
proof. It is better to have the sides .will give you ripe fruit the year round. We have the genuine Washington ..Navel rent.to USJdll'tCt.trom'Washington.
than ,to cover them enough to thing side of a fine,juicy meated one., .1 Big discount on large orders. *'* *+
Mien I., ,. B. PEI/XON,.Manager,
make currents. of air through the Breeding fowls should be separated. Lake HelenFIorlda.|
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CLEAR WATER NURSERIES. BIDWELL'S EARLY PEACH.A .


Choice and Improved Varieties Tropical and Semi-Tropical seedling of the Peen-to;by A. I. BIdwell, of Orlando, Fla.; in quality best, sprightly,
fruits, Plants Bulbs and Flowers. Juicy and sweet; the only variety yet brought forward ripening with the Peen-to it Is superior
to the latter In size and quality;It is not flat like the Peen-to but is a round peach of
Special attention given to setting and tending young groves,budding and pruning old standard shape and high color. The original tree,the seed which was planted in the win
ones planting Lawns and Flower Gardens. All work guaranteed. SST"We aro also agents ter of 1882 is.now six inches In diameter and has fruited finely the past three seasons,yieldingfour
for Hussey's Coulter Harrow and the old reliable brand of Geo. W Baker's Flesh, Blood and bushels this season,,the first ripening May 7th,to-day (May>tb)) all left on the tree are
Bone Fertilizer. All inquiries promptly answered. Send for Catalogue. Call on or address ready for JAS. ITIOTT, Orlando, Fla.
0 UK CAN BUO, Clear Water Harbor, Hillsboro'County, Fia. market.-. -
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FLORIDA GROWN PEACH TREES
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The Lakeland Nursery Company

Kelsey Japan Plums, Olive Trees, Oranges,Figs, lemons,Pecans,
Are in readiness to forward
now a copy of theirS
By the dozen,hundred or thousand,also a full supply of other Nursery stock adapted to
1T MMElIt: : :I? B. ICE: : :II: S T Florida and the Gulf States. Am now booking orders for Fall delivery season of
1887-88. Write for Prices. Catalogue free on application.
h TO ANY ADDRESS FREE ON APPLICATION.
GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES
Communicate with E. H. TISON, Manager ,
June 15,1887. Lakeland.Polk Co.,Fla.c.aln.e.vLJ.1. G. L. TABER, Propr..Glen St.Mary,Fla.BAY .


VIEW NURSERIES.CHOICEST ,
: :Nru.rseries, .

GAINESVILLE FLOlUDA. VARIETIES OF

NEW PEACHES A SPECIALTY. 5,000 Superiors, ripens in May, size above medium, Budded.Orange and Lemon Trees
quality best of all. 5,000 Thomas,late,ripens in September; single specimens have weigheda ,
pound., Bidwell's Early Wonder,and five other new varieties will be found in stock. Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees Vines and Plants. Trees strong and well. rooted
lit 10,000 Kelsey Japan Plums; 20.000)(J( LeConte Pears. 20,000 Japan Persimmons, 2 to 10 feet and especially adapted to outh Florida.
high,and 100.000 Orange trees,of all good varieties,win be sold CHEAP FOR CASH An inspection is invited,, Inquiries by mall promptly: answered. Catalogues Bent tree
Many miss it who buy elsewhere. on application. R. D. HOYT, Bay View, HHlsborough Co.. Fla.
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Lemons Lemons Genuine Navels.ORDER ROYAL PALM NURSERIES.Our ..


NOW, before our stock' of Villa Franca Lemons Is out. We have Just sold 7,600 new Catalogue of Rare Exotic Plants, and general Nursery Stock,is now ready.
r of this choicest of all Lemons for Fall delivery, but have some left. Our bearing Lemonsare
loaded. We shall ship in July and August and publish results in the"Dispatch." Price, 15 cents, Postpaid.
1 We have also a beautiful lot of the GENUINE Washington Navels budded from one of
the ORIGINAL TREES we received from Washington nine years since. Also most all (Mailed tree to all customers.)
other varieties of Orange,Lemon and Lime. BEASONER BROS.,
The Double Imperial Navel and the Atwood's Seedless Navel we now offer for the first time :Manatee, Flor:......
to the Florida Orange Growers. We shall have for Fall and Winter delivery few hundredof !
each of these varieties. KEDNEY k CAREY, Winter Park, Fla.

FRUIT TREES, VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED


GEORGETOWN NURSEBIttS.: TO THE. CLIMATE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDING

LEMON AND ORANGE TREES The Oran..ge an.: I. LeD:1on.: :-..

Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good health locks. In variety,other Citrus Friuts, LeConte and Kel1Ier=Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LzCONTE: PEARS, GRAPES, ana a general line Figs;Guavas,Grapes,etc.
malt Trees suitable to Florida. Address, .
: PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY
:t'r "" Georgeto'W"n, Fla
,.. ', May 18'83 tf A. H. MANVILLE & CO.",

Lakeland, Folk County, Fla., and Drayton Island, Putnam County, Fla.

THE CITRA NURSERIESHave Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.

Fru.l.1i1an.: : I. 1 'u.rserl.e.s.AVGUSTA : .

w on- ,hand' and for.. .sale. ',a large.. stock, 'r.of fine GEORGIA. P. J. BERCKM, Proprietor.The .
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Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees.Stocks / stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees specially adapted to Florida Is doubtless the
the States. valuable additions have lately been made to the
United Many
five and buds one,two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; wel) most varied in suited sections. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits
to
sub-tropical
lists of Fruits
and well rooted. Budded Peach !
grown and Nectarine Trees,Roses,etc. Send for Pallas Peach Trees also, Kelse
To Honeyand ;
Peen-
we offer 100,000 ,
before VinesStrsw-
orders
descriptive catalogue giving elsewhere.
your Persimmons (_
other Oriental Plums Oriental Pears,Japan rape
.; L. W. LIPSET CO., Citra, Iffarion Co., Fla. berry Plants etc. Our stock of Roses, Everjrreenu. Palm, AcacIas. and flow
.. ering shrubs Includes everything of value for Southern gardens. A bpecial Catalogue(No.4))
,"ORANGES, LEMONS, is published for this branch of our establishment,and will be mailed free to all applicants.
5 Pomegranates Val rico Nurseries Guavas, jpjp We do not employ agents. Send your orders direct to us and avoid being Imposed
,Figs, Bananas upon by irresponsible itinerant tree peddlers._
Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL Pine-Apples,
U: rapes. Avocado P'rs,
Pears. Anona, W. W. HAWKINS & SONS
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Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia,
Oriental Cerium, PROPRIETORS OF THE
Plums and W. G. TOUSEY, Caladium,
Persimmons, Polnclna, Lla ]: 3.e George :Nr"U..rserl.es:
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L.IIT1EN, Etc. Scffner, SUlsborough Co., Fla. PALMS, Etc. ,
..-- Will have an exceedingly fine lot of trees for the coming fall and winter's trade,especially
of the Hiverslde Navl. The buns of this variety we Imported from California ourselves,
L MANVILLE NURSERIES.Budded and know that it is genuine. Also a fine stock of Tangerine Hart's Tar dl If,and the
\\ other leading varieties. And last,but not least,the Bidwell's" Early Peach which is
going to the best Peach in the State.
Orange Trees,from one to three ears:old,for planting during the rainy season. Send for Catalogue tong

Orders taken for all varieties ol'F' rust aruf Ornamental Trees,to be delivered the coming W. W. HAWKINS & SONS

Fall and Winter. Lake George,Fla.

j F. S. CONE, Proprietor, -

CRESCENT CITY, FLA.
RIVERSIDE NURSERIES.


I SUNSET HILL NURSERIES. Choicest Varieties of

Catalogues,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list include BUDDED ORANGE AND LEMON TREES.And
the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also, .

I : Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, and other Fruits. delicious Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants In every variety. All Inquiries promptly an-
C. 8. BURGESS Manager
Our stock Is one of the largest In the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties t swered. Address Riverside,California.
specialty.
R. TV. PIERCE
I Indian Springs,Orange Co.,Fla. Nurseries of the Milwaukee Florida Orange Company,


.?: Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries, *Dunedin, Hillsborough County, Florida.We .

make a specialty of the DISTINCTIVE varieties of CITRUS, FRUIT TREES,including
a: OAKLAND, ORANGE CO.. FLA. Double Imperial Riverside (buds personally selected in California by a member of our com
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Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants am pany) and Washington Navels, Maltese Blood, Hart's Tardiff, Jaffa, Du Roi,Stark'.Seedless -
.. ,etc.,etc. In Lemons we have Villa Franca, Sicily,Genoa,Belair Premium and Eureka.
Vines. No Loss in Transplanting. Also Tahiti Limes, Peaches,Plums,White Adriatic Figs etc. etc. Our stock is large,com
Catalog;" n ml ,rice List Free,on application to the Manager. AddressA. plete we1l1'OOtedt thrifty and clean. Special terms on large orders. Catalo Dunedin on applicatfon.
E. CIIAITIPLIN Address A. L. DUNCAN: Manager, Fla.
Oakland,Orange Co.,Fk
1C Years Established.WHOLESALE .

G- f3. :J:=>>AL1EB.: .
-Tur > v
Alt: a.Cn.'te: 1 eries. MERCHANT
COMMISSION ,
A full line of. NURSERY STOCK ADAPTED TO FLORIDA, Includingall
the SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY ,

Ornamental Trees. JOG Ilende Street, New York.
New Fruits and. Flowering
Consignments solicited and Returns made promptly. Stencils and Market Report. furnished -
Catalogue and Advance Price List:Free. on application. '
H. I,. WHEATIEY, REFERENcxs-Chatham National Bank,Thurber,Whyland&CO.t New York City l ala
AltamontefOrangeiCounty Bank and established Produce' Merchants. New York,Philadelphia,Baltimore and BortoIf'

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PABLO.; BEACH. SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD. '

(Central Standard Time.) ON AND :AFTER: MONDAY, May Z3, 1887, 8:30 a m,Trains ,.; J
will leave and arrive as follows:
-0- SOUTH Bouin NORTH Bo11Nn.

Jacksonville' and Atlantic R'y Co. ,4. = ciy
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IN EFFECT SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1887.EAhTWA"RD. "'; 0 SO o O r go aC! ",; g..o c..
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Direct all-rail route between Jacksonville, ;;> = ::
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Green Cove Palatka
Gainesville.
Spring, ,
Ivo. 1 No. 3 No. 5 No. 7 E aS CJ r CJ a.aS a
Ocala Leesburg DeLand Enterprise. Titus- ept'4 ; m a: CJI'4, Co> ... a... ...
Lv nvi118 l 6:30 a 2:30 6m ;; r': r'4 .... -
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Ar Pabko.... 7:15a 10:200a 3p 6:45p ville, Ranford, Mt. Dora, Tavares, Winter' ,q a2 ... 1'4 1:1:4: a2 < ;;" ":f"1
Park, Orlando Tampa and Houthern Florida. -----1---1AM j --- --
WESTWARD. Time table in effect June 27, 1887. (Central PM PM AM AM Leave--Arrive F M AM A M : PM AM:

No. No. 4 No. No. SLv standard time. A means a. m.: P means p. m.) ..._ ...?._ ...... -.-........._.. _R. R.Wharf.... ....-.. _...... .. .....?. .. .-
Pablo] I 7:85 21 l:05p / 4:40 61 l !:OO p o 8 40 4 40 5 00 10 201 4 40 ...?.SAntord_... 115 2 0 8 20 100 5.35 3 45
Ar Jacksonville 8ID a'l 1:00 p 1):25) 9:45 p GOING SOUTH.Lv 3 8 50 4 48. 518 10 4 55 .......Belair....... 112 :150 8 0812481'" 518 ,3 33 __ .
4 ...... ...:. *Crystal Lake.. 111 .. ..... ..' ... I.
Trains 1 and 2 run daily: except Bunday. Jacksonville from S., F. & W. Ry Station. 5 865 ._... b Zl ... ..... .... Bents..... 11,1 4t) g 03...... ... .
Trains 3, 4, (, 6,7 and ru n daily. Cuban 10. 905 458: 53l 10 57 525 ....Longwood_ 105 134. 7 5012 :n 458 310
JULIUS HAYDEN, Pass. Mall. Pass. 13 913 5 (04 540 llltj 543 ...Altamonte .102 127 7871230 430 258 t

Superintendent. Daily. 14 918 607 545 11 555 .?? Mayo .....101 120 73)12( 26 420 2 50 t...
STATIONS. A.M. P. M. P. M. 15 9 22 510 560 11 13j 6 JO .....Maltland.....100 1 15 'l 2512 Zl 415 245 .
Lv Jacksonville- _?....... 8:00 12:30: 3:45: 18 930 658 680 f11
THE 518 1140. 107 7151215 400 235
TEACHERS' RESTat _Winter Park_ .
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Orange Park..... .... A::< Green Cove Spring... 9:05 1:24 4:54 22 9 45 5 30 615 12 20' 7 30 .....Orlando_... 931255 7 0012 02 314 2'15

this season Is well) earned, and should not Ar Palatka.................. M 10f0 '2:11 5:53 ..... ...' ...... ...... ...... ......_GatlIn .... 90 ....... ...... ........ ...... ...
be disturbed "ft cannot, however be annoy- Lv. Palatka.............._.... 10:05: 2:15 6:00 ,9 55 538 625 12 43 7 4S Jessam1ne... 891240 6 :371149 300 152

ing, In' leisurely way, to think and plan "" Pomona;....-.._......... 10:40 6:34: 9 58 ... ...... _... .... _?Pine Castle_ b812 37 ...... ....... ...... .?...
HuntingtonCres.C.( ) }()://S1 6:45: 25..1005 545 635 12 55 8 00 .. 851230 6 251142 2.fS 'r 40 '
Big Cypress. .
whatMUSIC BOOKSfrom "" Seville .............. ..?....1115 3:10 7:10 1015 5 57 6 50 A'Y 13 .8 15 81 12 20 6131132 PM 2. 32 1'2) ,
DeLand Junction. 12Q8p 3:52 8\5 10 30 6 00 1 30 8 55 .. ( 9 00
the inexhaustible supply described in Ar DeLand (DeL. Ky... 12:25p 4:10: 8:20: 44 10 40 6 3i P M5: 6.10 PM ... ...Capmbells... 711145 A )1 1105 8 M P1M 12 4400 ,. ',

DITSON & CO'S Catalogues, it will be well Lv DeLand (DeL. Ry)... 11:Wa 1:55 7:40 52 10 68 6 52 630 9 40 ..Lake Locke.. 631125 JO 4.j M 23 1208' 1

to use in the next musical campaign. Any Lv Orange City: June.._ J2:20: 4:01 8:18 57 1115 7 O'l 6 42' 10 O'l ....Davenport-... 5811 15 10 32 810 U50 .
book mailed for retail price. Enterprise Junction. 12:32 4:12 8:31 61 11'2-5 710 652 1017 ..Haines Clty. 511105 1022 755 J1 35'
f Hunday-school teachers will be able to 68 1142 7 24 710 1105 Bartow .Junc. 47 10 63 JO J1 7 35' 11 10 ,
soon Monroe................?... 12:39 4:18 8:38: ( w
examine our new and beautiful Sunday- Ar anford '.... ........ ... 12:52p 4:30p 8:48 72 1154 7 3J ,7 ID. 11,25 _Aubnrndale.. 430! 40 9 54 7 05 10 t1 i J
School Song Book. the Children's Diadem 77 12 O' 7 38 7 03 U40 .?F1tzhugbs... 3810 28 9 44 6 60 1035
(35) cts), by Abbey & Munger, and the newly A. M. P M. 83 128 7 5'1' tM 05 ," Ij 31.,f '..._Lakeland..... 321015 9 30 i6 32 1010'
Lv Sanford: ..__............. I
arranged and valuable New Spiritual s 9:00 5:00 93 1243 812 831} 120 ...Plant City.... 22 9 53 900 54.> 9'25 .
((35 cts.), by Tenney &Hoffman. Ar Sorrento..................... 10:12 5:57 98124).1 .. 850 ..... ........'Cork..:...., 17 9x8 ...... 625 .n
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School .teachers will be pleased to look at Mt Dora...........?....... 10:32 fl:13 103 105 8 32 9 (05) 2 00 ?.....8t-1fner....... 12 9 Z1 8J5: ,5 08 8 40
Tavflr s...................? 10:48 6:27 15( 12 838 9Z Z [ .
our new Royal SlDtrnr ((60 cts.), for Adult 1 2'15 ..?.. Mango...... 922 820&5"00 07
Singing Classes and High! Schools. Also the Ar Enterprise?.........__ 4:25 109 1 20 9 33 ..?...Orlen t.., 611 915 4 48 I.......
Song Greeting(60 cts.). for High Schools (a Lv Enterprise ................ 4:30 115 133 800 950 255' A'r Tampa Lvi) 900 800 430 30 '
great favorite); and the delightful little Pri- Osteen........................ 4:55 PM 'PM A11 PM, AMP)( PM: v

mexy!' School Song Book, Gems for Little Ar Tltusville....... .......... 6:32 Flag Stations. Trains No. and leave from and arrive at J.,T. & K."W. Depot. No. 3,

Slucerg (30 cts.) Lv. Sanford (So Fla Ry). 4:10 and 6 Daily. Nos. 1,2,4.5,7,8, 9, 10,27 and 28, Daily except Sunday. Train No. 6 will stop
Music teachers "on the wing. are invitedto Ar Orlando ..................... 5:32 only at Plant City. Lakeland\ Bartow Junction,Kissimmee and Orlando. Nqs.2 and.3 stop .
alight snd examine the superb stock of Instruction Kissimmee ...........:... 6:15 at Kissimmee for Lunch No.stops at Lakeland for Breakfast. No 8 stops at Lakeland
Books and Collections Vocal and 44 Lakeland................. 8:00 for Supper. "
Instrumental Music for teaching purposes, at Bartow...................?..' *'. 8:40 Trough Tickets sold at all regular stations for all points North, East and West. Baggage

the stores ofOLiVER DI'J'HOlco.: ., **_'Tampa (So Fla Ry.... __ 9:10- checked through.Pemberton '

449 and 451 Washington st., Boston.C. Lv Palatka ({Fla ao-Ry-iOo.'i) Ferry Drancb.-S.F.
H. PTTPOJ & Co., 8fi7! Broadway, N. > Ar Gainesville................ 12:20p S an f or.. d an d.IndlauRiver, n a II. roa d.
J. E. DIT: : ON & Co 1228 Chestnut st Phlla. u_ Ocala........................ :18. Sou h Bound North Bound. '
LYON & HEALY, Chicago 4' Leeaburg..........-....... 3:15: '. Read Down Read Up. ', '., ." ,' w.,.; : .
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j Brooksville............... 5:40. a 4"st Ac. F'st Ac. Daily except Sunday." .. r "

Southern : Oalifornia. GOING NORTH. :' M'L &:Ft trrATIONIJ..: M'l &:Ft ::'4

Cuban Mail. Pass. Pass. 19. 21. .. 20. 22. Z South Bound. North"Bound.P.M. .

All about its wonderful inducements to Daily.P.M.A.M.s"", A.M.. : :c; A. M P.M'. Read Dowd:; ; ?J ;) ;Reaarup.o .
settlers and investors. HTATIONS. .
Lv Tampa(So Fla RR). R:10: ,. .- fi.00 7.00()( Lv Pembert'n Fery AYr 9.60 4.50 57 m I PaL r 1!
/ 1 6.o-t 7.00 .........*}4..1tzgerald...'. .9.4.5 4:4556: =" &Ft: STATIONS &Ft :
Lakeland .................. 9:30s < /I.
Bartow...... ...... ....... 6:00 .- .; ."- -. -3 6.10 ..._ ..._.... .Oriole . ..... 9.40 ..._ 54 :. .4 2a -:: _... :_" ._.._ .el.. -'
Kissimmee...... ......... 11:20 6:25 11:40 6 ..._ ._.. ...Bay C1ty.... .., J.i.. ......51 :-::- $_,_ ..-i1<. 'S=".; -- -
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10 5.25 ........... .Macon... 9.z t.15 47 pm a.m ?
41 Orlando...............:... 12:25a 7:10 12:05pAr
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12 6.35 .... ....Owensboro ......... 9.15 4.07 45 ? ly.8anford ?.ar i;
:Sanford So Fla R R 1:00 8:20' 1:15 7.35. ?
( 16 6.50 ... ...Dade City 9.00 3.60 41 3 _.... 6.03 :......'Fort Reed.?....,. 7.42 .......15
i YMMwuwAYY011ht11RRFiY1W1I1WANIM11R11sBIi 61YYD1Yo Lv Titusville......-..-...... ll:28a :l1 6.10 ....?. ....Richland .......... 8.42 3.183t 5 ....?. 6.10 _.,.. ...uUedge ......... 7.32 ....... 13
44 Osteen .....................- l:12p 32 6.30 9.15 ......?..*Tedderv1Ue? _. 240 25 7 ....... 6.20 .....--. +Clydes. .. 7.24 _.., 11
; Ar Enterprise.-,.,............ l:33p 37 6.45 9.40 ..... ._ Kathleen... . 8.10 8.22\\ 2.20 2D 12 ....... 6.35 ............;Clifton ............ 7.03 -. 6
z Lv Enterprise ........ ...... l:37p 4 6.50 9.52 .? MUl........ 8.0V, 2.0817 13 ....... 6.43. . :*Tuskawilla. 6.55 _..? 5 ti

. Lv Tavares..................... 7:00 11:41'a 4J r.2010.30 ...?......Lakeland........... 7.5 1.55 14,17 .......\:7.07\?.?. .... OvIedo -......... 6.40 .;;.. ,1
-F.. '< .it Dora......? ............. 7:14, 11:57a 51 7.1511.00 ..?.__'Haskell.......?.. 7.30 1.00 6 19,....... ar..Lake Charm....lv 6.20.x.. 0
Horrento..................... 7:38 12:17pAr 67 5 (00111.20)), Arrlv4"+..Bartnw T', ve 7.151240 0 '
Sanford .. .. .... A M 8:25 l:'0p
liartow Ifrancli.-Dally. No. 8-At Lakeland with train for Bartow ,

Lv Sanford........?...........-1:15 8:20 l:35p : I' at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow. -4. .
Monroe... ............ ..? 8:40 1:44 South Bound. north Bound. No. 11-At Bartow Junction with train from' .
Orange City Junc..... ]:46 8:59 2:02 Pas. Pas.I I Pas. Pas. f Tampa: at Bartow with train from Pemberton ,.
44 DeLand_ Junction...... 2:''() 9:12 23 No. &:Ft. :' SfATIONS. &:Ft No I Ferry, and Florida Southern Railway, .
Ar- r eLandDeLandRy( ) 9:30 2:27: 11. 13. ::;t 12. H. Punta Gorda. 1
Lv DeLand 44 / 8:55 1:55 -- No. 12-At Bartow Junction with train. ,.for.. \s.
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A H P. Jd: Lv -;. Ar A IS. P... Sanford.
Lv Spring Garden...?.... 2:19 9:31: 2:30 : 11.45 7.40 0 Bartow J'nc 1710.40 7,10W'O No. 13-At Bartow Junction with train from"
Seville.( ............ ..' 3:02: 10:09 3:10 7.00 5 WlnterHvn 1210,25 6.5' Tampa.No. VV, V
44 Huntington (Cres C) 3:26 ih29(: >R:31: 12.ID 8.12 9 Eagle Lake 10.05\ 6.3'' .14-At Bartow with Florida Southern' '"

I' Pomona..........,-....... 8:38 10:40: 3:11 l 2.85 8.512 .G'rdonvilie 5 6.20 train from Punta Gorda; at Bartow Junction V .
Ar. Palatka.. 4:15: 11:12 4:14 (12.55 8.40 17 ar Bartow Iv! 0 9.30I 6.00 with train for Tampa. '
E. AM AM No. 15-At Bartow Junction with trains
Lv LeesburgFlaSoRy( ) 10:55 CONNECTIONS. from Tampa and Sanford at Bartow with

Ocala........................ 12:43p TRAIN No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda.
Gainesville............... 6:45: 1:30 DeBary.BafB Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains for _
1r t. Ar Palatka-__ __........ ...?.... 10:40 4:10 and J. 1. & K. W. train from TitusvUle; Tampa and Kissimmee. "" r

::"L.. ... .. .. ..--" --- I II Lv Palatka.u .,.......?....,..?. 4:17 11:17 4:19 at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow; No. 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida' -" *
L : Green Cove Spring... 5:21 12:19p 1i:16 at Lakeland with train Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at

Magnolia .................. 5:23 12:22 5:18 No. 2-At Lakeland with twin for Bartow; I'I Lakeland with train for Kissimmee.
Send 15 cents for sample to I
copy with trains to and from No.20 At Bartow with Florida Southern
at Bartow Junction -
.. 5:48
Orange Park... .. 6: 8 12:56
BROOK
-REYMERT &; ,
Bartow Sanford with and De- .Railway train from Punta Gorda- at Lakeland
at People's : -
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Publishers, Los Angeles, Cala. Ar .Jacksonville... ._ l:28p. 6:20p Pemberton J
_'__'_ ----- __- ,- --- Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville, with train for Tampa; at '
Three trains between Jacksonville and San and J., T. & K.W. trains for Jacksonville and Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for
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Gainesville and Palatka.
ford. No of between Jacksonville Titusville. '
change cars
OANOKE COLLEGE and Tampa. N6. S-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through:: No.21-At Bartow with Florida Southern

The Cuban fast mail train awaits Coaches without change between Jacksonville Railway fofPnnta Gorda.
12:30p.m. '
and Tampa. Connects at Sanford withJ No.22-At Bartow with Florida Southern
the arrival of the fast mail from the North ?
Ii In tbt> Virginia Mountains. and stops only at the principal stations! and ,. T. &: K. w. train from Titusville; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Gorda; at Lake
tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam- land with train for Tampa.
-$149' $176, or $204 A 'YEAR- at st Tampa Lemon;street with,steamers Palatka. making for Key connection West And pa on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays t'onnectlons are made at Tampa by the
Margaret for Manatee River Limited West India Fast Mail both north
Thorough instruction ; good discipline; best moral Havana on Monday and Thursday evenings. with Steamer ,
Graduates and and and south bound with the elegant and commodious
influences. Students from many Statef' Pullman Buffet Sleeping! cars are attached to on Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays
in 28 States and Territories. Thirty-fifth seas with Plant Steamship Company's. ships for Fast Mall Steamships Mascotte'and
this train from New York through to
ion begins Sept. 14th. Illustrated Catalogue free. Tampa, K<>y West and Havana. Whitney of the Plant Steamshlr-CO., to and
Adam JULIUS D. DBCUE&, President" BXLEM, VA.ooo and to 8:0ft p. m. train from Tampa through to No. 6-Ha* Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana and with steamer -

Washington. Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack- Margaret for all points on Hlllsborough
Direct connection is made at Palatka with
sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, and Tampa Bays and Manatee River. ,, .
the Florida Southern Railway to and from
WHY MOTi-ooo and with Steamer be applied for through
Wednesdays Saturdays Passports can any
Ocala and other
Gainesville Leesburg, points
Margaret from Manatee River,and on Sundays Notary Public,and Notary's certificate that
reached that road. Also the f Johns
ATTENO I by with: Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant 4 uch application has been made, when vised
and Halifax Railway for Ormond. Dayton for Havana and the Spanish Consul at Key West will an-
DUNSMORE'SBUSmeSSlnoorporatedbytheLesislatweof Steamship Company's ships by ,
C \\ M At Huntington with stages; for Crescent City.
West the of a
Q) At Oranage City Junction with B. 8 O. C. & Key swer purpose Passport.w.
No.7t Lakelana with train for Pemberton MCCOY,
V..and tdoned by 'leading boat.nessmenandtateofkiata. A. Ry for Lake Helen and New Smyrna. At Gen. Freight fe: Ticket Aeent:
Ferry.
Indi- Monroe with Orange Belt Railway for Apopka
YJdoftl instruction. Teaching by Theory aDd Aefealpra.ct1t'1e and Oakland. At Sanford for all points ..
what utben information leach by theory only. Cataloguecontaining reached by South Florida Railroad.
fall and
AdOrou J.G.PUl 8110RE,.M-A-,nstldent testimonials,StauctonVftFor froa. ledge Steamer Melhorne leaves arid Titusville all t Intermediate Cocoa! landings, Rock- &ock.yE3raD..cb.: : rqu..rseries 1 ,. .

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on Indian River. at8 a. m ,Monday,Wednesday -
Blank Books and Friday. Returning leaves Mel-. LcCoiitc, Kcifer, Bartlett, Lawson and. Gnrber's Hybrid car* a Spew

__ bourne, at 5:30 a. m., ruesday, Thursday and cialty. ,
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'.CALL AT THEM "_. Saturday.City ticket office northwest corner Bay and Sum contracts, Special Rates,will now be given. Address,

Hogan sts. L. C. DeMlNG, G. T. A. B. W. PAIITRIDGB,

DaCosta Printino-,&: lPub.House., M. R.MoRAN, Gen. Supt.and G. P. A. Monticello, Fla.


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t SAVANNAH DINE.TIME HORT-HAND ''fypewdttag '!

. -FOR- set ,eel.with coati.tu' QR-IDke) >

,. ing lessons in either art, 10 cts.; both arts,20 cts. .
I No stamps accepted. Send silver or postal note. : >BAIWAYA
53sto. ,55 ;HOURS "PEW YORK, These lessons are complete tnd ara.tne same from :
and which
rhich students are taught at Ilaren's Colleges
. I BETWEEN enable tu to fit students for Short Band and Typ -writing ajJAv1gATIoNa .
office positkjns Three Months'time. The lessons are
i BOSTONAND solely the work of Mr.Curtis Haven,can be learned at home
Savannah, New York
by a child,and cannot be obtained except at one of Haven's
and Philadelphia Colleges. Tfi9 CAr lirm 06reer. Baltimore, Xd. savs: SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 2, Ib87.
1 and between Boston "They are a great advance beyond other systems makingthe
,F and Savannah acquisition Sbo -Uand comparatively easr." Address Standard Time,53 nit antes slower than Jacksonville -
either of Ilaren's Colleges: New York.N.Y.: Philadelphia.Pa locai. -
PHILADELPHIA. .; Chica&O. DL; Ci cil1D&tl..0.; SanrraacisooCat.. ;
65 to 70 HOURS. From To

Arrive Leave
Read Wi trr. Read down.
Ocean SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WEST'NRA.IL'W No 10 Not up. No I No9

Steamship Company. 1145 a 7 SO p;......Jacksonvllle__.. 800a 300p
A. ins a ?!p-.._...N.Baldwln8 41 a 402p
(Central or 90 Meridian Time 10 l'O' a 62i p'Macc1enny. 9 02 a 4. 31 p9i4a

., '. SHORT LINE) 823p.N..GlensitMary..907a 437p
WAYCROSS
Y'n.sNngo Rutoe : 91 I\a 6 W p..Sand erson,.__ 9 23 a 465 P
:Between Jacksonville and New York, 1st class Sil.75; Intermediate $16.75; Excursion$13. 0;; 9 OT a 5 45 p...._Cllustee_ .944a 520 P
Steerage$11.75. TIME CARD IN EFFECT JUNE 19, 1887. 8 33 a 519p.. Lake City. ....,1010a 600 P
Jacksonville and Boston, in class S25.1W; Excursion! $13.50; Steerage 1250. Road Central 757 a 4 52 p.._ .Welboriu..._10 85 a 641 p
All Trains this
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: on- standard Time.are run by 7 43 a 4 40 p..........Houston ._......1046a 658 p
7 27 a 4 27 p_..... Live Oak.__.10 58 a 739p
p FROM .SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. ? M Passenger Trains will leave and arrive dailyas 6 10 a 4 00 p....-Ellaville...._ ..11 26 a 808 P
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher Tuesday, July 5- .- p.m follows: 601 a 3 20 p..l\IadlsoD.12 01 p 848p
" L CITY OF 8 AV*NN AH,Oapt.F. .! ,July' *-8OOp.m 521 a 25 p.........Greenville._.+_ .1230p 925p505a
CllY OF AUGUSTA. CapL J. W. Catharine..... Sunday, July 10- 9:30 a mWAOOOCHEECaptTkempton WEST INDIA FAST MAIL 237 ..... '
Tuesday, July 12-11:00 a. m Arrive Jacksonvllle............-............. I2tfO n'n p. Dc111a12 .1243p 9 a p
.
446a 220p ...Drilton__
, f. TALLAHASSEE. Capt. Fisher. .Friday,July 15- 1:30 p. m Leave Jackson ..................._.__ 7.0u a tu 107plQ09p
CITY OF SAVANNAH Capt.F. Smith...'...............:.......... Sunday,July 19- 4:00 p.m Arrive Waycross._...___........ 9:18 a m 515 a 2 60 par..Montlcello..ar ia5p035p
t, CITY OF AUGUSTA. I Capt.. J. W. Catherine.... Tuesday,July 19- 4-30 p.m Arrive Jtsup..NNN _._...__......_._.KhS a m 4 20 a 155 p Iv..Monticello.lv..J240p 930p
\ ItACOOCHEE, CapCkempton. Friday,Joly 22- 7:00 p.m Arrive Savannah.....__................12:06 p m 446a 2 m p.DrICton_..;_ i07p009p
T ALLAH ASS KB. CapU Sunday,July 24-'8:00 a.m Arrive Charleston__.;... .:__?N. 4:46 p m 4.22 a 21 tq p.N..N.Lloyd..N..N.. 14\P 10 3b p
I: CITY OF SAVANNAH. ..... ,. "day, July-KfcOO a.m Arrive Richmond._.__..__....6:51 a m 405a 130 p...__Chat res...._. .158pl049 p
'1 CITY OF AUGUSTA,Capt.J. W.Catherlne................... ..... Friday,July 29-1::0 p.m Arrive Washington-...N.-.NNNNN..NJ1:30 a m 330a 1 0i p..Tallahassee...... 227 P 11 5f' p
: .NAOOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton,..4.?*_?-...?.Sunday,July 313:30: p.m Arrive Baltimore..........NNN..............12:40 p ra 225a 123.5p.Mldway_.._ 2 54 p 12'40 a
Arrive Philadelphia....._.._..._ 3:10 p m 144a1209p.NN.QnincyNN.N| 321 p 140 a
SAVANNAH
FROM TO BOSTON. Arrive ..... ..._... ::. .
.NNN 5:50p m 12 48 a 1160 p._ M t. Pleasant_ 341 p 2:." a
CITY OF MACON, Capt.W. Kelly...-.__...._........_..*>hnrsday,July 7,at 7:30 p. m Pullman Buffet Cars to and from New York 12 01 a H25p....River Junction N. 405p 3 flU a
} OAfE CITY Capt. Hedge.................................................Thursday, July 14,at 1:00 p.m and Jacksonville and ullman Sleeping: cars N.
CITY OF MACON,Capt.W. Kelly.: _._........_-......_..........Thursday,July 23,at 7.-00 a.mGATE to and irom Jack sonville and Tampa. SOUTH.
CITY, Capt. Hedge. ._......_.___ ._..._..._.....-Thursday,July 28,at 12.-00 m MAIN LINE
FOR PHILADELPHIA.* NEW oRLEANS! EXPBE-. No.4. No.8. No. 7. No. 3.

r These Steamers do not carry Passengers.) Arrive. 7:45 p m 10.15 a <4<05 p...... Femandina _10 10 a 4.Oq p

DKSSOUG Capt. N. F. Howes....___....._.........................._Saturday, July 2- 3:30 p.m Leave JaWsonvU1e.NN.N.NN ._.._.. 1:00 a.m ......... 241 pN/__Callahan.__?.11 27 a _
F 5' JUNIATA, Capt. Mklu .._._.........._...._..._..._......_.._._.Saturday,July 99.00 a.mDEBROUG. Arrive WayCl'088........-.........__ .NN._ 9:18 a m 680a 230p_...Jacksonville;.N .1136a 900p
( Capt. N. F. Howes................__............__Saturday,July 162:30 p.m Arrive Thomasville......?........... ._... 1:22 p m 515a Hip......... Baldwin 4. _1241pllOp J020p
JUNIATA.Capt.ARkins.M.__........_...._.._........ ...._._Saturday,July 23-7:30 p.m Arrive Balnbridge.....__.?. &:>5 p m 4 26 a 110 p...._Highland..._. 1105 p
DESSOUG, Capt. N. F.Howes........__._.._...._..._ ...Saturday,July 30- 2.-OOp. m Arrive Chattahoochee._................... 4:04 p m 4 OS a 100( p._......J.awtey..J... ..118 p 11 Sip
Arrive Pensacola via L. &N.R.R......10:10 p m 3 45 a 12 45 p___Starke _..NNN 132p 1147 p
t THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Arrive Mobile via L.&N.R.R..._?.... 2:15 a m 3.05 a 12.05 p....._Waluo... ; 1.55 p 12.25
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) Arrive New Orleans viaL.&N.R.R. 7:10 a m 218 a 1144 p..._. Campville_. 217p 100 a
to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Pu Iman Buffet Cars to and from Waycrossand 212 a 1131 a...... Hawthorne._ 226 P 115a529p
T1u0ongh Ticket and BUll of Lading issued to principal points North,East and Northwest New Orleans via PensacoU and Mobile.A. 113 a 1104 a........_.Ctt ra -J.- 2M P 2.02.
Tla Savannah. For information and rooms apply to -- 10 23 a.....Silver Spring_ 336p --
HENRY YONGE, Agent, 0. G. ANDERSON, Agent, C. LINE KZPBK83. 1150 p 1010 A_.._..._Ocala....$..NNN a 62 p 8 15 a .'
Pier No.85 North Saver New York. City Exchange Building Savannah, Ga.RICHARLSON .. Leave J acksonville.........._......__... 2:05 p m 1100 p 9 43 a..w....BeHeview..._4. 20 p 4 00 a .
& BARNARD.Agent, Savannah Pler'BNsion. Leave Callahan............._............... 2:47 p m 10 20 P 918 a_.._..Oxford..._" 4 4i p 4 35 a
" W. L.JAMES Agent: 18 8.Third Street,Philadelphia. Arrive Waycrosa......................_.......... 4:40 p m 1002p 9C8a._.WildwoodLeesburg _.N 4Mp 463a .
J. D. HASHAbEN Eastern Agent Sav. Florida& Western Ry. Co. 261 Broadway Y. : 915p 8 40 a..._ __ 6 35 a
Arrive Savannah.: ..>......>..__..._ 7:58 p m
{ G. M.SORREL. Gen. Manager. H. R. CHRISTIAN, Soliciting Agent. Arrive Charleston ........._......-......?. 1:25 a m 900p 8 U: a8TOp ..._Eldorad.._ 529p 5 50 a .
For Tickets apply to 8., F. Arrive Weidon..._._..................... 2:4U p m 710 p 6 55 a..._.Orlando ::._ 700 P 815a

4 :L M.X/JCHGUE. W.A. DELL. Arrive Richmond ..............._...._. 6:00)p m Cedar Key Dl"t1aJon.
Arrive Wasblngton.-........._.............ll:0i)p m '
STATE BANK OF FLORIDA. Arrive New York.........._.....__..._ 6:50 a m 10.15 4.05 p...Fernandina._..lO.lra .OOp
a Pul'man Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jack- -- 2.47 p..Callaban.U.2'7' a .
aI I Saffe Deposit; 8aCe. sonville to New York. 8.30 a 2.30 ?...JackfK>nville:.....11.85 a' 9.-)P
5.30 a 1.45 _.Baldwin;_..._12.45 10.70
I Open. Daily (Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m 4.25 a4.(8a 12 40 p.p._.Highland. p132p UM P
p
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. Arrive Jacksonville JUST FLORIDA.......EZPB..........._i._... 9:45 a m ( 12.20 p..._ _Law.e7.. ...__ I..U. p 11.24 p
f Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per Year. Leave JacksonvilleNN ....._N....___ 4:15 pm 8.43 a 111)9) a.... .Starke N..__ 2..t"1 P 11.47 p
DOUBLE COMBINATION AND TIME LOCKS. Leave Waycross..:__...._.._......._ 7:20 p m '3 or)a 11 15 a_.... Waldo___N IMp 830a700ft ,
Leave Gainesville ......_..... .. 3:45 p m 1035p915p 1055a..N .F irbankfr._ 257p '
1 W. N. BAKER, Cas>iier. HENRY A. L'ENGLE,19aaager. Leave Lake City_..__....._ _..._/_ S.-25 p m' l0 35 a........Gainesville.Arredondou.__ 323p -9 00 a

M Leave Live Oak....._........._.... ....... 6:55 p m 825 p 9 45 a__ _. 34.Jp415p: 9"Sa700p
Leave Thomasville......_..._......10:55 p m 9 00 a.._.._Arcber.N..N_.. 11 00 a
it "OUR FAVORITE" FERTILIZERS. Arrive Albany.?......_......_......__... 1:22 am 635p 8 SO&.......,. Bronfton ..._ 4 45 P 11 Wa
Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R._ 7:26 a m 330p 6 15 a....._.Cedar Key.... 635p 230p

Arrive Mobile via L.&N.R.R......_.. 1:50 p m
FOR BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGETABLES Arrive New Orleans\ia L. fc N. R.R. 7:20: p m Tampa Division.

Arrive Nashville via L. &:N. R. R,_ 7:05 p m 10.15 a 4.05 p..FemandJn81O'I0 a.4.00
p
w Arrive Louisville via L. & N.R.B.M_ 2:12 a m -- O All 1 p....... f V.nilHUUU oYlfiflAV ........11,27 a -- .
Arrive Cincinnati via L. A N. R.R_ 6-30: a m 6.40 a 2.80 p.....Jack Ronvilie _U.5' a 9,00
SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO SANDY SOILS I Arrive St.Louis via L.N.. R.B....._. 7:35&m 5.%>a 1.43 p_N.":' Baldwin_..._l2.40p IO.20p< p
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville S.Ma 12.$p..._...Waldo.. ..lJ55p, 12,25 i
Not Plant Food but Matter. and St.NashvilleEAST Louis via Thomasville, Montgomery 11.50 p 10.10 aOcal".....,.M3.53p :3.15 a
t. Supplying Only 'OrganIc and 4..50 p 9.0Sa_.WIM wood._._ 5 25 p 9 30 M
TENNESSEE: EXPRESS., 415 P 83la __PanasoflTkeeBumterville_. 549 p 1005a
Arrive Jacksonville................._ 7.-2S a m -- 8 2R aNN?., _... 556p --
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS PER TON OF 2,000 POUNDS : Leave Jacksonville..._.._-.....__._. 7:00 p 308p752a.._. St.Catherine_ 83.5. P 1057
Leave Callahan...._..........__... ..._. 7:40p m 250 P 7 40 a. Withlacoocbee 8 45 p 1118 a
.k ..... VEGETABLE MANURES: ) Arrive Waycross...,...._......_........ 9:30 p ID 218p 717 a.?... Owensboro.. .- 708pH57p725p
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Arrive .M10 7 00 ...._Bade
,Ammonia............... ....:..... 4 per cent | Phosphoric Acid.................. 2%per cent Jesup V. : p m 150p 7 a City.N 1225 P
Sulphate Potash.......... ....... 6 per cent Arrive Macon via E.T. & G. R. R. 3:0 a m .
? Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V. &G.R.K. 7:20 a m Jacksonville Branclk.
), ORANGE TREE MANURES: Arrive Chattanooga E.T. V.& G. 1:35 p m

Ammonia....................?..... 3} per cent ( Sulphate Potash......... ......11 percent Pullman Buffet Jacksonville cars and and passenger coaches 10-15a 550p_.Fernandlna._ 700a 4COp
Phosphoric Acid............... 5 to 6 per cent I! Potash, actual.................. 5Ji per cent to and from Chattanooga. 9 45 a 52.)p.Hart'. Road.... 722 a 429p
.'. SAVANNAH EXPBESS. 9 :4! a 5 03 p.._......Duval...__... 746 a 503p
f The remainder consists of thoroughly pulverized humus.-.Q:: Arrive Jacksonville _..,._ SOa: m 3 30 a 4 30 p..... Jacksonville_ 820 a 545pSt.

Arrive Galne vtUe. .....__..._...JO:30 a m Marks Braneh.
NO MUCK NEED BE USED WITH THESE FERTILIZERS.TESTIMNIA3.S Leave Jacksonville...__............... 9.00 p m
Leave Gainesville._.../.._......_..NN &1.5 p m 1215 p m ___.__.Tallahassee...... 800 a m
Leave Lake-City. : ..._........._....<_ 3r25 p m 1157am103am ..NN .N.N..BellairNNNN..N.N. 8 43 a min
Leave Live Oak____........._._._ 6:55 p m M a J11 ...._Waknlla.__._... /..fc 940am
.. I Arrive Waycross.................. .JIMo p m __N.__St.Marks .;.__-JO())am
> ..1 have used "Our Favorite" Fertilizers upon Orange Trees, Roses and Garden Plants, Arrive Albany via B.&W. R.R.NNN 5.-TO a m
and I do not want anything better. Arrive Ma cot via Central R. R...._. 9:10 a m ("a"means a.m.time. "p"means p.m.time.)
-. HENRY G. BUBBARD Crescent City, Fla. Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R.?.... 1.-05 p m St. Marks' Branch trains run Tuesday
'4, I tried your Fertilizers on Onions,Cauliflowers and other Vegetables. I consider it an Arrive Chattanooga via W.&A.R.R. 7:,5 p m Thursday and Saturday only. .
excellent and cheap Fertilizer,which will greatly. improve the land, and is not simply a Arrive Savannah.._....NNN?._.._...6:10ant. Lf'avlnetime is given in every case except
stimulant. --..". Arrive Charleston.......... _......._.. ll:40 a m i where arriving time is named.
i H. LEGLER, Haskell, Fla. Pullman Buffet Can Jacksonville to Cincinnati Trains 1 and 2.7 and 8,9 and 10,and trainson
and through coaches Jacksonville to Jacksonville Branch run daily.:
> Chattanooga. I Trains 3 and daily except Sunday
'2XtICE8 PER 2. Pullman fleeting Cars to and from Jacksonville Trains 1 and 2 have Pullman Palace Sleep

Orange Tree Mature............In sacks 24 Vegetable Manure ............. In sack '1700 and Savannah. ins Cars to and from New Orleans.
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U .' :...........In bbls. 25 001 .. ...... ..........In bbls. 1800 Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail : Trains 3 and 4 have through Pullman Reclining -
,w ,. and steau ship connections and baggage i Chairand Sleeping Cars to and from
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths Orlando. .
TERMS STRICTLY CASH. and sections secured at the Company's Officein Trains 9 and 10 have through sleeping canto
", Aster's building,82 Bay street and at Passenger and from DeKimlak Springs.

."';;:..'" ,.... > .' Station, and on board People's Line !, For maps, rat<>",etc., apply to Company'
Steamers H. U. Plant and ClmUahoochee and Agent,or writ e
'. GEO. HUTCHINSON DeBary-Baya Line Steamer City of Jackson : toA.. MACDONELL,
-, Ville. WM. P. HARDEE, t Gen.Pass.A Ticket A d enU.. .
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General Passenger Agent.. D.E.'MAXWELL,Gen.Supt. .
.' Crescent City; Florida. R. G. FLEMING>; : Superintendent JacksonvilleFla
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New ork, Charleston & Florida


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

I I.I From JACKSONVILLE:......... ................"..:............Every TAURSDAY.From .
FERNANDINA.............................................. .....Every SUNDAY. '
The Finest and But Poultry Journal In the
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I : .I Inconnectlonjrtth FLORIDA, RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION COMPANY.
World. .
From Jacksonville. ,

.Issued on f the First of Each Month., ( ).........:.*\.......:............................Thursday.,July 7,at 5:30am.
; I SEMINOLEJew(/ ),....................*....'.......................Thursday,July M,at 11:00 a m
rages, and' Cover, at Only 81'p >r Year J CHEROKEE(New).........,*:':'.................. ..................Thursday,July 21,at 4:30am I'
Sample Copies, G cents. Geo. SEMINOLE(New)............:":...'t................................. Thursday,July 2.i!,at 10-.30 a m
'. S. Hacker & Son, From" Fernandina.
Every Sunday afternoon,on arrival of the Florida Railway and Navigation Co's trains. .
Address HAJTtrrACTUEEB OF Steamship YEMAMSEE ... :............-.-...." ....................,..........Sunday,July 8,p m
C. J. WARB, u DELAWARE.................'::,.......................... Sunday,July 10,p m I)
't DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDING ': YEMASSEE ............., ......".,.;............................ Sunday,July 17,pxa
113 Adams Street. ("hlealtc-rIU. ftM DELAWARE... f.;................ ........................ Sunday,July 24,j>m
And Y ,&IAS8EE............;r........................................ Sunday.July 31.pm
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Building material.Office .
Steamers are appointed to salLfrom Pier 29. E.R.,New York: every TUESDAY and FRIDAY .
Farmers Wagons and Carls. and Warerooms, King,op.Cannon St.Cbarlestou : ,at 3jg. m. Tuesdays'ships for Fernandina and Fridays'ships for Jacksonville. s sTheFielght

and Passeuger;Accommodations by this Line an unsurpassed. Every atten.
*If you Want a: first- lss4* Wagon or Call S. C. Lion will'be given business entrusted to the Line. Direct all shipments from New York;via
Cheap fov.CaMhf call on CLYDEfS FLORIDA LINE, Pier 29,East River.' II' .
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.Jacksonville,Fla. : VILLA: SITES FRUIT CLARENCE 1. WAGNER, Agent J.A.LESLIE,Agent,
fOftJce, fi. Benack's Store, East Ray Stre t Fernandina, .n&. ; Jacksonville,Fix

Farm Wagons ffom.. ........... $ 5.00 to*42.U \.'. ::5 : 5 88 Bay St.,cor.Hogan.
CartR and nmyi\rrom f25.00 to 128.0 ., :'' LANDS -:: THEO.. G. EGER, Traffic Manager, t :: WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen.'Agents '
..,.....,.,L. 35;Broadway,N.Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia,35 Broadway,It.Y.ESTABLISILE .
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POULTRY. GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS;
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A."' J. ADAMS. : FERTILIZERS I S

MANATEE,FLA.: vVZLLZ.A. ..A. :l30iITB.S>
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Notary Public and Justice of the Peace. (Successor.... to J. E. Hart,) .
Great Farni.Industrial and Stock Pe- '
The West Street Jacksonville ,.
20 Bay Fla. '
iriodleal of the Sortth It embraces its con-
rstituency the Intelligent,progressive and sub Has for sale one thousand acrra"' of choice handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free on. .
stantlally success ul l farmers of.this section; land on Manatee river,la\slg tof Manatee i application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In ";.. -
,and as an advertising medium.the Merchant Bralndentown. Ellenton and Palmetto, ands : .
.Manufacturer. Stock-Raiser and Professional manufacturers' agent lor: Win Fencing Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranW 1eat
Man Is at) olutely unequalled. Space Poultry Netting, Lime, Cement Fertilizers ,
Judiciously Employed In its columns alwaysremunerative and Plantation Supplies,Cracked Torn and
By. recent purchase It now Rice,Ora ulated Lime,Rock and hell. Cat- GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS COTTON SEED MEAL Etc.
...combines: The ,Atlanta Ga.. lu and Poultry Feed ground to order In ,
the Plantation,Montgomery Ala. the hard, team mill on premises. STATE AGENT FOR
iSun,Nashville 'J..rpn.: ; The SOutbern Farm- Has also breeding kennels of acclimated
ers Monthly, Savannah. Ga." Southern Laverack and Irish Setters, Irish Bull Ter- I. E. Tygert & Ce.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers.
World Atlanta G>'.; the Phoenix Agriculturist riers. Slow-trail Bloodhounds and Colorado
Marietta, Ga.,hand'unites the patrons of Catch or Tiger. Dogs (tor wild hogs,bear and Guaranteed Analysis.
those with its own" large list of subscribers.The tramps).
press and people, all testify to Its great Comprising ORANGE.TREE. and VEGETABLE
merits a medium for controlling Southern OUR POULTRY YARDSare
trade. Subscription one In advance, well-stocked with freshly Imported male FERTILIZER, roc PURE GROUND BONE.". "
;Hamplecopies sent free. i '" .
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Advertisements We bird which are mated with carefully selected MURIATE OF POTAsH SULPHATE POTASH '
line 30c. to
,per go press bens of our own raising each v.riety being ; "
the 25tboC each month preceding our date.
allotted to separate enclosures in a forty-acre
Address NITRATE SODA,. KATNIT, Ere.
THIS CULTIVATOR PUBLISHING CO., orange grove. Fggs carefully packed in baskets '
at Prices application. July 27 u.
following prices: on .
P.O. Drawer 8,Atlanta,Ga.
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White Leghorns (Knapp's) Pit Games .
(Healhwoods). Plymouth Rocks (Hawkins),
WILL BUT THE BEST Game JSatams: (Shouldlngs), Light Brahmas :Re-v. Ly-m.an.: :Jhe1ps1 :
O S L W (Williams). Ronen and Muscovy Ducks f UX) ,: ,
L per thirteen. I i SANFORRD: FLORIDA. t
("laiborne and Cuban names salver Beardedand i. &
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Crested Polish W.F.black Spanish,Buff S SELLS
Cochin Golden Laced Seabrtghts and Imperial FORRESTER'S CHEMICAL MANURES
White i'ekln Ducks,$1.50 per thirteen. ti'a
White Crested Black Polands, Boudans, PREPARED FOB / _. '.
Wyandottes(Prestons), Laogshans (Crouds), Oranges Tree and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden Crop, '
FOR, THE: MONEY. Boneys Brown Leghorns.82.00 per thirteen. .
; SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOR EACH
Write for Uluitratdd DesetiptiTe Circular.. Bronze and Seminole Turkeys, $3.00 per CROP.
RICHMOND' MACHINE WORKS mOBlf..t A. nine. :* No-Vermin-Feeding Compounds used in the Manufacture of these GoodsThe s
-- -_ Booted Whi. e Cuban Carrier: Pigeons,$1.50
per pair. highest grade goods are tne best and cheapest,and these goods) meet the want. Many
ea e years' tests find.them to be all that Is claimed for them. References can be given but It u :
DOC BUYERS' CUI E.0010nd needless where goods' r9 sn well known. It can be truthfully said that these. are the standard* j;

? plates, 100 engravings TRAVEL VIA ,';./' ...
of different breeds.prices theyare Through Trains with Dining ; :
crarth and where to buy them.. Cars, Pullman Palace Sleep. :l3'O0 A.oresUf g
Ma.Ded for 16 Centt Burlington Ing Cars, Modern Coaches. the best quality. otheayy.oat hickory and cabbage hammock having miles of river and
ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, Sure connections In Union .,bay fronts. and best water protection In Florida. Especially
an B. tit Tlla4.1..:Pa.
Eighth to Florida fruits and
adapted vegetables.
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I with trains from and tot the .5 ew
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East, West.North and South. : _-:::"' *= o... III$0011II
A. DOBBINS k BRO Cheapest, Best and Quickest fe --=0 wN -a

C.B.&Q.RR I or Route St. Louis from to Chicago PeorIa i- iiC) :i s ANTHONY & YOUNG, !g= .vamp ro

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SAN DENVER FRANCISCO, ST.MINNEAPOLIS PAUL, i-g s ; g= Real Estate & Insur. Agents, 50 333 ; s g ;:

OMAHA, \ PORTLAND, ORE. :-coE o any srbs r nmay o
S KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH, $!o ti A' ;cp ;, Palmetto, Manatee Co., Fla. m !MR 4 p a o

CITY OF MEXICO, ATCHISON. .. Cod) "" t' 2.Cf .
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For Tickets Rate,Maps,Ac.,apply to Ticket Agents 'B1
cf connecting lines, or address Town property improved and unimproved ".
1.J.POTTER, H.B.STONE, PAUL MORTON In all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and
71t Y.P. Q.U. 9.P.4.'To A.. bay'fronts. Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building siteson
For A Pronovndncr Dictionary tnt&lnlner SfJXXi words. mainland and inlands. Yachting unsurpassed. Correspondence solicited.
.J CDpageg.gen4 in ttampa to Fan! )f rtnn.I..IBY *" .
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dun __ Wen Curbing and Chimney Flues ,
Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters
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SNDlNG30( [CENTS( Cheaper and Better than Brick.FO.UNDATIONBLOCKS.
44 W. Forsyth St.. ,Op.Sh John* Hotel. 5 ,

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA In stamps.fOll.-in HANDSOME BOX of Dote
get by tint roil a
Qnnsmithlnff done ln all its branches. ud envelopes! FOR LAD'Esandcolltainln&DeYo 1 paper .5 a _Ornamental, Cheap and Strong .No skilled labor required.
r put up specially Address .
IRON SAFE WOB& Address CEORCE E. STEVENS ,
BOOKSELLER and STATIONER.CWCIKNATI. OJtlo. FLORIDA STONE AND PIPE COMPANY,

:1.8pocial rates" .on Stencil,. Cutting-;..by..' mall.- I "'" Offlcet2K!< West Bay.Street, Jacksonville$" ,Fla.
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