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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: August 8, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
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System ID: UF00055757:00085
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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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DaCbstfL&> fa _, .j.Manville> j. '1 i g- ,_Proprieiors.ry' it ;- Jacksonville; ,, Fla., Menday' ; ,Lw I 8, 1887 8 > 1:,* v > :' \ 'New Series: Vol.L1: No.. 32.

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FRIG ; LOW S 'f-e : R., N. ELMS, a E.ELLIS &'Moarrchiitso't' '
::; CuticufaA : !.:f .:... .e ; J-,. :: aH:, .') : !_ "r' .'

I A POSITIVE: CURE Stoves, :,:'.H.- : M ., ...........,..I'T"i_ .,. ,". f', .. Crockery, &: cCI..URE::: : "
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for V ryfornLof I Tin'' ',Granite-ware' ff'Q" ":H,O..J." ..!S L'ENGLE tf"rt.: \ ; : .;! Chandeliers. -- -.,-| t B(. ? i Architects and Clvjf-:Eif insert,

Ironware,51Oil ', Flans,Specifications and Estimates for buildIngs
S1n1 Blood Lamps
and .. xfl .. -. of all kinds,Sanitary"woWc eto.Aooms7 .'--,J
Stoves -
\, i':r. :, ?> -AND Burners Cliimneys,' : and 8 Palmetto Block. Bay St..
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;; Is as NJo.: ;'" 'P r'i" ,: : Jacksonville JI'lLROANOKECOEGE
S.l Ver-ware. ji' ,.: ,, ; $ d. M,; .. GasFiztares,: P.O. Box'lSS.
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House_ Furnishings, ;COMPANY Y, Freezers: ,
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PIMPLES' to SCROfU'LJ' ; .
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Table Cutlery ; ,
SKIN TORTURES OF A 'L! 'KTUIE IN- .. .r :
relieved by a warm bath with CU'r1CU1tA : ': ''::. ," ; '-.J; ) GateCityPiltera, ;

SOAP,A real Bkln Beautifier, and a FireDogs, JACKSONVILLE FLA. Dinner 'Tea ; .
single application of CUTICURA, the great ; $204 A YEA
." j" =* andToilet'Sets. -$149, 5176, or -
akin Cure. Baskets and Wooden-ware1! : I : Thorough lostruction f good discipline; but moral
This repeated dally with two or three doses
influences. Student* from many u:
o* CCTICUUA RESOLVENT, 'the New: Blood I Particular' Attention ,Paid to Mail Orders. i natf In 28 States and TerrUonw. fifthi!*
Purifier, to keep the blOod cool,the perspiration I lion begin",8t"pt., 14th..JHuatrntwl Catalogue free.
bowels D.;BatHEa.A'regldeat, t1AttS,Yf.,
pure and untrrlUUing.the open, dQff'aa Juuu : ;
the liver and kidneys active, will speedily ROCKWELL & KINN J"

pire.nxizeraa.. 000WHY ROT-0Q4
hf.I ter,ringworm, pforlasls!! ,lichee, Successors to Nichols, Rockwell &Co., Wholesale and Retail .
pruritus, scan heAd, dindrutt';and every species ATTENO ,'.
of torturing. disfiguring, itching, scaly Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates Mantels. ,'Paints, j c.-f"
and pimply diseases of the 81ttn and scalp, D NSMORR'SBusiuessIncorporatsdbgtheLegialatyreot .: .
with loss of hair, when physicians and all Oils, Saddlery, Guns, Ammunition, Etc. : :C 1\::. .

known remedies fall.' Parties In town or out will do well to call or send for oar catalogues and prices of any Va.and indorsed by leading bnsl- "
Bold everywhere. Price, .CUTICURA 50 o ; goods they may need In our line. Prices lower than ever. ness men and State officials. IndlTidaal ,
SOAP,350 ; UESOLVENT.SU Prepared by they instruction. Teaehln by Theory aad AeSWBl .'
3S.West.BQree.r tKlSSIMMEE' dlt .ksanrilla Fla:, practice,what others teach by tktory only. ,
POTTKB DBCO ..A.lfD,CHEMICAL. Co., tioston. : : ; Cataiofra*
Mass. ---,--,- _."-.-- -,- --- -- -- .- .,_.__ .eor-tfttnC'l-fuU. Infonnatton and testimootai*'trequ .
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Q-Send for MBftwtoCoreSlnblackheads Dls' JIes." _IoU IN J.Q.DaDJlORJJLL.pre.ld.em.8t.aD1', m jq


PIUPLE. prevented by. chapped:UUTIOURA and MEDI.oily LAND AGENCY, EVERY FARMER


CATED BOAP. '. "* J -x. THE BEST HIS OWNIs

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The bed equipped ehootln the StAte;a.oeommoda.tonl -: the Rlche in {
of .Lands the State
strictly tinkl&11l;heated by steam and lighted by gut # .
only two young ladies to the room;splendid taeulty oezperh
"need teachers. Session begins tnd Monday -
la September. For particular or Catalogue, ,address
J., X..trrBBSON, ,Pre.,.Lexington,Ky lU-- Representing'ail.fhe? ; s\v $
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: Kissimmee Land Company,. .. .;... -UM the HaUaday Standard Geared Wind MCU.I.X.L
Cora Slelleraad I.X.L Iron Feed Mill D.4 do 1011r ihell
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':11 i'" iokodKriBdincfttbom .tau saving ton and teaming. I* mi
A1fD. .- ,'t.. ._:'- from tbs Grist MIU. This work eaa be don laiD,,.lo4y darn
when oat-door wort!* impended on the Farm. The HUM llui
Correlated wUhTa.4erbiU Ualeni6jidractapes :.ti : "Ill"'cora stalks,MW wood,rut cbarn and crlD4..toe
In every Departm e t. Splendid new builcUnfvAtnpltFAcnlty. ) South Florida R R. Co's) ,LankCtonslstlng : water,eto.Wt P'JII k
' MnaloArtCauatbenia.KU1L mall1lraetlln t108 aa<
locesttbUltr.. For Cstalorae.address '< Pumping WInd 3IWiI-X.LC.raShellertiLX-Llretl
ier..OEO.".1'.rfilCK&D*Prean N liTlIlfl.T*> .. Feed MUU. I-X.L Stalk Cutters, Hone Powers Jacks
beautiful Lake Fronts and Low Hammocks,first-class Pine Land for Saw Table.Standard Haying/ Toot,eooiiitfng 9f>> AnU-Frtotioa.
of High : JUrrerrible,Swivel n4 Rod flay Carriers.Harpoon and Onppl
range Groves, and rich. reclaimed lands for garden purposes. Bona Bay Forks,Pallets and Floor Hook. Also a rat MM.f
WESLEYAN FEMALE INSTITUTE Taaka,Tank Pixturei and Damps for Farm Ornam' & ,,VUlap
and Railway pvp tS. Send for eatalogut and price
---BTATJXTON.: YIIt9LlIA.1 .- Reliable AocnU wanted all unassigned territory.
'TJ.S.;WL>D Z5QI5E A PUMP CO..Batarla.m.
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.,- .: Farms."f HOW TO BUILD THEM.
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TOWN LOTS IN ,KISSIMMEE' 'WEST KISSIMMEE. AND PINE: D LE'. full description of desirable modern houses,
r .. ::! "; from 4 rooms costing from 940) to >$5,000,
', ; '. :: : t: ., ,;? r1..: profusely Illustrating up. every detail and many
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: ,' I,. ji' r. Send for Price. and Description List. -" ; I adapted to all climates and classes of people.
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Opens Set tember'laxst.t88y. One of the'FIRST SCHOOLS > [ The latest best, only cheap
*OR YOUNG LAOIBS iw THE UNION. AU Deputmeotsthorougiv. ; I > < kind published in the world. Bent by mall,
Buildings elegant Steam heat. Gar li lit. Siaia.* : '
: of 25 cents.
't' receipt Stamps
Lou beautiful. Qam&tt splendid Pupils from nineteen States. .,. WILLI AMCANNON' post paid,upon .
All Important advantages In oae creatly reduced charge.Board, :. S ... ...... J. taken. Address i
ash m$ Uzhts,Et tlsh.Latin.French German Musk,ttu&Iiolasnc '.' '" .jit- rj-' ''>: T-jr.*'? ** ?>-v '- -" RQOKLYN BUILDING ASSOCIATION,

-& ..WU.year A.,from HAIUUS Sept.,to D J one Wncsideat.,f260 For StauutonT'Catalogue writs. Aefeif,to this... paper, .-'--Jt1.u1mmee I Ora..e::: County' A ,'Fla.- Brooklyn, -f,;..Y..
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C',51 -- -THE FLORIDA: DISPATCH.fi rAII Kam. 8,1887.; .r :-r'*'


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%-:;;FROM." FERNANDINA, ---- ':-ROM NEW YORK', .

fCENTBE STREET WHARF, : PIER 21, E. RIVER, V ;.

EVERY THURSDAY EVENING.V EVERY= FRIDAYt I :: .. '

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Lowest Bate of Freight Always Given. .
RATES OF PASSAGE '
# Order your freight from New York,Philadelphia and Boston -
u via Mallory 8.8.Line irom Pier 1\o.21 East NewYorts

f ALWAYS THE LOW EST. Direct connection at Femandlna with F.R.&N.By.,
For Jacksonville and all interior points In the State.

The magnificent Tron Steamships of this Line will sail from s .
KERN A:N nINA,FLA.,for NEW YORK,every Thursday evenIng This Pioneer Line offers to Floridians,the Traveling Public
alter arrival of 4:30 train from J. ksonvllle, and evening: and Shippers of Vegetables and Oranges the Quickest and
trains from Cedar' Key,Ocalo,Leesbnrjr,Tavares, Orlando and Only Direct Line to New York. '
South Florida points. 'Through Tickets and information secured In advance ai
RIO GRANDE_._.._....._.__.....Thursday,August 11 principal points in Florida. Staterooms reserved from Jnck
STATE O'"" TEXAS.__...___.....Thnr day,August 18 sonvllle or Fernandioa office.49Trains .
RTO GRANDE..._".......N1...__., ........Thursday,August. 25 leave F.R.&N. Co's Main Depot, foot of Hogan
BTATE OF TKXAS.__..._.__. Thursday,Sept mber 1 street Jacksonville,at 8.30 a m and 4.30 p m,on sailing days
RIO GRANDE _.._ .....___..Thursday,September 8 landing passengers on Steamship's whaf, loot of Centre tit.*
8 ATK OF TEXAS._.__..._._.'i hnreday,September 15 Every attention possible is extended going Fernandina. .
RIO GRAND; ..._.._..__.-Ti.ur*day,September 22 by this line. The table is supplied with passengers the best the -oa-For Tickets and State-rooms and further Information
STATE OF T XAS....._...__.........1 bursday,September 29 New York:and Florida markets afford.apply,. to

R. W. SOUTHWICK Agent;Fernandiua,Fla. A. H.I CRIPPENGen'l Travllng Agent.: *J. M. CUTLER Pass.Agent,75 West Bay St.,JackaonV1J1e.lI'la.

a H.MALLORY A: t XX.General Agent,Pier 20 East River,foot Fulton street,New York City.



:.t : SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAYAND



V \ -The P'ie>
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The ; Great Fast Express Freight System of.the. South.


,,' The attention of shippers! Is directed to the Plant 8.S. Line between Havana,Key West and Tampa,and Peo pla's Line of Steamers between Sanford, Pa-
latka and Jacksonville:South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford, 8., F.k W. Ry between Jacksonville, Gainesville, River Junction and Savannah -
Bavannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah, Philadelphia Boston and New York. The host equipped, fastest and most
prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and North went. Receivers and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connections

XOBTK BOUXD. SOUTH BOTTHD.
Double daily test freight service for all points Wed via Albany,Jesup and Bavann..h.Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah
to all in:Florida fast trains Jacksonville
points ; freight both via Gainesville, ,Calla
Dally fait freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior ban and Live Oak.
and Coast points,including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and 1'r1-weeklYlervlce by>> the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from,
1 Providence. New York(New Pier 85:,North River,)direct for Savannah TuesdayaThui'IdAyaand Satur
Tri-woekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company: ,leaving Sa van- day'.
ash Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays. The Boston and Savannah Compan leave Boston every Thursday
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company,leav- for Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
tB'Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. for all PQlntlln Florida. Only direct line froiu: 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 for
Savannah every Thunday.H Savannah dlrec
'Weekly connection for Philadelphia via the Ocean Steamship Comany,leaving Savannah From Baltimore Via Merchants and Miners Transportation Co.,two steamers per week
very saturday tram Baltimore for Savannah direct making close connection with 8., F.A W.Ry for all
Sailln z days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. points South.
The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and. best fast freight route from au points North,East and Westto Florida. For full particulars rates stencils and shipping receipts app17
to. any agents of the above lines,or to V WM. P. HARDEE, \Ien'l: Freight Agent,Savannah, Ga.
O.,,D.,OWENS Traffic Manager,Savannah,Ga. W. M. DAVIDSON, Oen'l Traffic Agent,Jacksonville,FIB.
H.M.SCHLKY,Trav.Agent Gaines?'lie. J. E.DBATTON.Trav.Agent,Live Oak. J.H.STEPHENS,Agent,Jacksonville.

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.: SETTLERS, AND INVESTORS. "OUR FAVORITE" FERTILIZERS.FOR .

BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGETABLES.

SAN PABLO AND' DIEGO BEACH COMPANY

Offers Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for investment or Cultivation. SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO SANDY SOILS I
Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Dally Mails
Also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the I installment Plan if desired. Address Supplying Not Only Plant Food but Organic Matter.
JAB. M.KBZAMs$,President,over Bank of Jacksonville,or W. B. GHANortHupt., '
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GUARANTEED ANALYSIS PER TON OF 2,000 POUNDS :

: :FLORIDA SAVINGS BANKAND VEGETABLE MANURES:

Ammonia. .......,....., .:........ 4 per cent | Phosphoric Acid................... 2's per cent
Sulphate Potash........... ....... percent

ORANGE TREE MANURES: .
,. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE :
-". FLA.Sass Ammonia....................... 3Kpercent Sulpbate Potash................H percent
*C' JACKSONVILLE, ,. Phosphoric Acid................ 5 to 6 per cent I| Potash,actual................... 6&per cent
for sale choice Lots Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows Interest on deposits,Collects .. ,
remainder consists of humus.*
The thoroughly pulverized
Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans,eta .. J
J. C. OREEL.EY9 President. L. P. HOSMER+ Treasarcr. '
NO MUCK NEED BE USED WITH THESE FERTILIZERS.
18 Years Established.WHOLESALE .

_ GP..A.L.LEIR.: : .., TS' TIMONIAL s S
COMMISSION MERCHANT I have used "Our Favorite" Fertilizers upon Orange Trees,Roses and Garden Plants,
and I do not want anything. better.
SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY, HENRY G. HUBBARD, Crescent City,Fla.
I tried your Fertilizers on Onions,Cauliflowers and other Vegetables. I consider It an
106 Rtade Street, New York. excellent and cheap Fertilizer,which will greatly improve the land, and is not simply a
Consignments solicited and Returns made promptly. Stencils and Market Reports f or- stimulant. **
tdabed on application. H. LEGLER,Haskell,;FlaT
BZJ'ERENcEs-Chatham National Bank,Thurber,Wb New York C Ity: ale
Banks and established Produce Merchants New York,Philadelphia,Baltimore and Otto
PRICES, PER 'ION .
Orange Tree.Manure. ..hi sacks |24 00 j 1 Vegetable Manure ........In sacks ?17 (OO)(
Braidentown Real Estate Agency.EDGE ." It ...:.......Inbbls. 2500J bbla. 18 (OO)(


: ; M. GRAHAM, ". TERMS, STRICTLY CASH.

Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace,

BraidentowB,Manatee Co., Fla. CEO. HUTCHINSON
Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate on commission. Eighteen years'residence Ir ,, ,
.. Manatee County Personal knowledge of most of the lands hoot the county. As$ ,. : V Crescent City Florida.BUILDING .
years : .. ,
practicing Attorney and as County Judge for a number of have had occasion tc
become familiar with many titles and the County Records. Having been continuously en
caged,All these years in the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable product I I MATERIAL I
of this aemi-tropical section.gives me advantages in the selection of the various qualities o'
lands/mltable. Maps and Abstracts furnished, Titles examined and Deeds executed. Info ,
: nation furnished. Correspondence solicited. THE LARGEST STOCK IN FLORIDA.
NorJK.-Braidentown ix situated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,aboui ;
thirty-five miles south ol Tampa., Has dally service by:the elegant steamer Margaret. Ad FRONT PRESSED BRICK..............................................:.....810.OO per 1000
Jacentare the lovely Terra Cefa, Sarasota and Palma. ola Bays,teeming with all kinds o GOOD FLORIDA n....................... 0.OOz,,,,. **
fish,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are the! most beautiful building sites ir Lime Plasteo Lath,Cement,Hair,Fire,Fire Brick, Fire Slabs,Fire MortarSMITH <" "".
the world, with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands where tropical t.l and
choice vegetables may be grown to perfection. ,< ;, TYSBN ; tc CO., 12 We..J Bay,fat.V .
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and it i is a wonderful testimony to the varieties is that '"
fiioPicaI Plants being more tardy by salad as a ood-sized lobster"or a
y'" enterprise of continental seedsmen that several months in blooming, the fruitis i chicken, and is much cheaper. The
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THE. BANANA. collecting and classifying such a large and grand proportions, they make American countries, but is rapidly
jr V "* If--'". f.. >I 1' number of varieties in that miasmatic the most, effective of all ornamental growing in favor among" allclasses..

More About the Cultivation and wilderness.The growths, being often used for Ten years ago there, were not more
Varieties. fact is,however, that the banana that purpose where there is ,than 100 brought to this city in the
'I see that, having discovered in the does seed more or less freely in other no chance of perfecting fruit. One of course of the year, while at presentthe
American Agriculturist an article on oriental tropic islands, and elsewhere, the finest,of the redI had from North sales of one firm, which has almosta
the banana, by one of your regular, or how could we account for the originof em greenhouse under the name of monopoly of this trade, average
or rather irregular correspondents, so many excellentsorts as we find Musa magnifica. In a favorable seasonit from three hundred to five hundred
YOU have collared and dragged it back in cultivation. Brazil is a banana put out an immense bunch of, fruit, every week during the season, which
into 'the columns of the DISPATCH, country par excellence, and Orton,says which never came to,maturity on 'account -' begins the first of June *and :closef l
where it rightly belongs. Apparently there are hosts of variations there; but of 'the approach of winter. It about the first of November. There' is'-

Regular is .sending his pigs to the that the, nomenclature i is in hopeless developed sufficiently, however, to one curious feature of the alligator
wrong market. Next we may look for confusion. In this he is correct,but show that its fingers were much smaller pear with which probably few of
an essay on orange growing: in the Alas he too had been reading Kingsley, than the Baracoa, and belonged to those who have eaten it are familiar.
V Argus o'r a "discourse on.raisingpineapples and repeated the old Andaman chestnut the short and thick fig class. The,seeds/mixed; in a)jelly-like! subs' -
in' the Sitka Snapping Tur. with a slight modification. The great Abyssinian banana ance, are contained'within' the core.
tie, and then, by way of retaliation or ,About a dozen years ago, Mr. E. E. (Ensete) I have tried again and againto If'the core be split open,-and a pen,or
reciprocity, the DISPATCH ,will come Ropes, of Volusia-: -who',has a geniusfor raise;, seeds: sprout! readily enough, sharp-pointed stick be dipped into
w out with a.succession of serials on sal- oddities, and who once on a time : but when the murcur;: crawls up into this jelly-like mass,\using *the half of
mon.and seal slaughtering, or an analysis ) astonished the New York surgeons by the nineties and rain becomes scarce the core as a cupand: *: stirring the
':*of..agriculture.,."' !ing the Aleutian: : recommending the use of'mr bull dQg the plants:;!languish and 'die. seeds and jelly togetherfthecompound

Archipelago. ants for closing intestinal wounds- There is another variety, more petite can be used as an indelibl -'ink.: ..The
As long as a certain degree of mystery sent me some seed of Musa Caven--. even than the fig, which is'known as mark made ,by it is at first/',ajydirty
t envelopes Florida' and the tropics dishii gathered from, his plants. I the date banana. Your, predecessor, cream color, but becoc&es darker with
generally, Northern people of leisure gave them to Mr.\ Bidwell as havingmore Mr. Redmond, chronicled the receipt time, finally assuming a deep salmon
and means will wish to come ,down experience in and better facilities specimens of this fruit from a friendin hue,,and there is no known acid which
hero and for the germination of delicate Middle Florida several will it. New
gather pine-apples and bananas years ago, remove York, Evening
from the of seeds than myself.: He succeeded in and the quality was, pronounced Post. <
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hasnot, thrown the market"Bidwell's For:the FLORIDA DISPATCH ..: 'V,
is unveiled, and stands naked, and I yet upon The Musa Cavendishii was intro Granadilla. -,*.. -* *.t;**.
commonplace before( them, they will extra early boss banana, duced into Florida much more than :
not care to come to the infinite disgustof which may appear in due time. Per- ten years since. Mr.\ Atwood, of St Having just readMr.. Frank's most
railroad men, hotel keepers and the haps; you are not aware that Mr. B. Augustine, had it not far from twenty interesting" article on "The Frnita'ofJamaica
Timee union. also without spectacles discovered seed years ago, and soon afterwards Col. in the DISPATCH for July

I must take exceptions with your in the pineapple, which likewise grew, Whitner, of Orange county,was growing 11,. I would say in justification of our
"Granadilla" for the fruit of
adi who knows name
but
Regular regards continuous mulch : some day we may it on an extensive scale.
ing of the banana. It may do for the hear of "Bidwell's Patent Ponderous Much more that is apropos of the Passiflora Edulis, that Loudon in" his

orange-.tree, but the habit of the banana -, Prolific Propagating Pineapple." |.I ]Musa I might write, but in order that "Encyclopaedia of Gardening, Describes -
It id i a mistake to that plantains all of the edible fruited Passi-
is more like that of Indian corn, say my "moderation may be known to all
which needs frequent stirring of the have not yet fruited on the mainlandof ,men," I will let this suffice for the 'floras under the general name "Granadilla" -
Florida. I have,, them here, -of which he describes five
soil. If any one doubts, let him try grown | j present. E. H. HART.
each method on a couple of and ripened on the stalks they were Federal Point, Fla.,July ZJ,18T.Alligator species. Passif flora guadranqularis,
mental plants] and which experi far better to eat raw than the common 4 mdlifonnis, lansifolia, edulis, and
see plant incarnata. At later date than..thisLondon's ,
gets tired first. The cultivation need angular slimy Florida banana, the J Pears. \ a
not )Ie deep, and the few roots cut will meanest of all the bananas, and the I The Spanish name of this fruit is I IJ ( work was published'"in
not hurt, for there will be plenty left, name El Bobo is better applicable to aguacate in the West Indies. In Brazil 1860)), Von Mueller applies the same

as they fill the ground thickly on every J the chap who eats them than to the it is called the palto, and is also general. name to 'all of the ediblespecies. "... .'
side from the surface down fruit itself. Lest anybody may want | known] the The
to water.A as avogada pear.
Mr. J. H. Hart in "A
plants of the plantain from I will Botanist'sRamble
: me,
good way is to mulch for a few alligator pear, when fit for food, "
Central America tells
in
weeks and then trench or )list in the say that through carelessness,I allowedmy weighs from one pound to a pound us
that Paegi lore is the"Granndilla"
mulch, giving clean and frequent cultivation stock to die out. and a half or two pounds. It has f macrocarpa
afterwards then will Your correspondent calls "Hart's 11Choice" much the, of so common in Jamaica,
11 : ; your ba shape a largesizedbell
(of which island he is a resident), but
nanas laugh and in the banana the Lady Finger. 11 In the is
sing day time, or pound pear centre a
the is
that name also applied to the
and on moonlight nights fairly'snap What are sold here and at the Northas large, husk-like core enclosing the
fruit of P. quadrangularis.
with rapid growth, like corn on the Lady Fingers are entirely different. seed. Between this core and the REASONER.
Scioto bottoms. They are long enough and slim enoughto skin is the meat, ,which when ripe is off Manatee, Fla.,July P.20,1887.W. .
Charles] Kiugsley was endowed witha merit the name, but a hand o a rich creamy yellow, and tastes as --- .- ... 'J
mind of wonderful versatility and 1 Hart's Choice with well developedfingers much like beef marrow as it is possible For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
penetration, but \when he wrote what considering the thickness of for one thing to taste like another. It Passiflora Quadrangularis.
he did about the banana only produc these: digits, looks more like the paw is sometimes: eaten with a dressing of Mr. Thomas P. Frank's article) ,tin
ing seed in the barbarous AndamanIslands of a sailor than the manual extremityof salt, pepper and oil, but is generally the DISPATCH of 11th inst., on "The'

,, he was, doubtless! a little off a delicate lady. In shape and flavor used as the basis of a salad. When cut Fruits of Jamaica" is very interestingand
soundings. European dealers offer seed they certainly resemble that sectioncalled open the core drops out,And it is seenso instructive. In June, '84 I;ob
of the following varieties of musa i: the fig, the varieties of which that there is a double lining, resembling tained a plant, each of Pau flora Eu-
acuminata, balbisana, coccinea,.corm ii ,styled are numerous, and many of a thin brown l leaf or skin, but be- dulus and P. Quadrangularis, of Mr.
culata, ensete, ,glauca, lancifolia, ma ii i- them show no dark blotches on the tween the meat and the interior core. Bidwell, at Orlando. Both did well
culata, nana, ornata, sapientum pruinoso young leaves, although the stalks are One of the linings clings to the meatf t and fruited in '85. The freeze of January
Fuperba, odprata, rosacea, speciosa [- macu-'ata. I have tried numbers o and the other to the core. The lining 1886 killed P. Quadrangularisand
textilis, zebrina, and many more these and found them mostly too tender being removed from the meat, and the seriously injured the other. It,
besides. 'The Andaman Islands are to be reliable in this latitude. outer skin of the pear cut off, the fruitis however, soon recovered and fruited
covered with the most impenetrableswampy The''only high'flavored kind I know treated the same as the meat of the same year, a'so' this year. This
jungle of any place in the of that is of use here is Hart's Choice, chicken lobster designed for salad. vine would, at the present, cover a
world, and peopled by one of the most which in average seasons will bear Prices for this fruit in the New York space of about ten by twenty feet. The
savage and untameable of races. Itjs i| fruit every Tear, and for flavor noth- market range from twenty to forty fruit is small, not larger than an orange
only :within a few years that whitemen ing can be finer. cents each. A ripe alligator pear, cost- of size 200, and is slightly ovaL
have made any explorations: there, l The trouble with the red skinned ing forty cents, will make as much il I I The pulp is jelly-like consistency,



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and quite palatable. The: leaf resem-I his experience. They begin where he Five years ago the Fruit Growers', would not turn the grass under to ferment -
bles that of the Virginia Creeper, but stops.I Association invited me to deliver an and sour in our hot weather, but
is more beautiful. P. Quadrangularis well recollect, in the more free essay on lemon culture and, I believe, cut it and let it decay on the surface.
is.a very rank grower; in fact, it seems and simple Florida days, the many marketing. I did not think the time So doing, it will keep the land cooler
to me it would outgrow the famous pleasant "tiffs" Mr.Kedney and I had had come to write it; neither has it and more moist-then it should rest
pumpkin vine of California. about seedling oranges ; he stoutly now; it is too soon. A cycle of sevenor till November. The direct rays of the
J Some of the other fruits describedby maintaining that "a Florida seedlingwas eight years in a climate that is new sun by grass or mulch,should be broken
Mr. Frank haya been successfully good enough for him." I could to most of us is not too long to wait from the raw land in midsummer.The .
grown in this peninsula. have had the satisfaction years after- before we essay to tell our neighbors value of so doing can hardly be
A. Jj DUNCAN. ward of saying "I told you so," whenI how. We cannot in less time tell how estimated.The .
Milwaukee Nurseries, ...;.''. showed him results, viz: lemon changing climatic conditions affect the lemon is more likely to be affected -
Punedln.Fla. July 26, l 1887.
shrubs or bushes trimmed so low that different classes of vegetation, and our by fungoid growth than the
they were broader than high, where seasons run in cycles. long-lived sweet orange, but not more so than the
Citrus lIo there were four to five boxes ot market- fruit trees are not sufficiently matured bitter sweet. When there is plentyof
able lemons to a tree, and an ordinarysized under fifteen years to show their best rain I have experienced very little
For the Fixmrox DISPATCH. man could stand on the ground points. That the lemon and orange damage from this growth.I .
"" '- THE: LEMON.TlTe'Different and pick them all. I showed him the show so many good points here so do not think it probable lemon
;.t returns. Mr. Kedney always did go much sooner, is only an earnest of growing will be found remunerativeon
Varieties, Manner of around and did see and use what he what we may safely hope, if we perse- high dry pine land, without some
Planting, Cultivation, Picking, veringly keep the right foot forward. system of irrigation.
"' Etc. saw.On this "showing" did Mr. Kedneyact The great cold of 1886 taught me There is one main time for the
During the last six months I have and set out, even to the distancehe not a little. It dispelled some pet the- lemon to bloom, the last of January or
set them, his lemon grove on the ories, and demonstrated others. My first week in February, and more or
.had least half hundred letters
at a South Apopka. No one has more lemons, which stood the cold best were less stray blooms come all throughthe
not unlike ,this: emphatically "changed front" in the budded on the old wild lemon of Flor- summer. Every full moon in sumi
July 21st 1887. last dozen years, than H. S. Kedney. ida. They lost scarcely leaf; they mer, as there is an increased flow of jl""
*'DEAR'AIR. PHELPS:-For three or There was no need for me to say any bloomed full in the following April, sap from the increased light-and all '
four years I have taken the DISPATCH, thing; his own words were: "I have and held a good crop, which was sold plant life is quickened by it-you
and have read your articles therein lost five years by not budding the here for two dollars per hundred, may find stray lemon blooms. If by
with much interest and benefit. And foreign varieties on the seedling." boxed. From this one experience I any cause the first bloom (which is
now I 'am going to ask you to favorme In this as in other business mattersit could not build any theory about it. usually on the inside of the tree), is
with your advice., I have sixty is seldom we can afford to throw My largest orange trees, too, for their damaged or destroyed, in the first or
acres of the very best pine land, whichI away the experience of the genera- age, and most prolific, are budded on second month afterwards, there comes
intend planting to oranges the com- tions preceding us. lemon' stocks grown from the seed of a second and pretty general bloom,
ing winter." The rest of the letter is I believed so teniceously in foreign Sicily lemons. With proper care, I and more on the outer branches than
,.in regard to varieties. "How many varieties which had a reputation,some do not believe' Orange county will experience the first. I do not to this day con-
of each to plant; which I deem best; of them at least, as old as modern any cold which will hurt sider this ever-blooming tendency desirable -
how far apart," ,and a postal l, card is Florida itself that I offered Mr. them. I do not know, but my opinionis when nothing interferes with
enclosed bor reply. Kedney buds and went out and the lemon stock is not as longlivedas the first bloom. All the lemons of
.. A.short time since, I received one showed his faithful man .the little I the orange tree. the first bloom do not mature alike.
j from another.State, in: regard to budding knew about budding. Evidently, to- When there is ample protectionfrom There is from one to two months dif-
trees "just beginning; to bear day. he does not regret his broader cold-forest and water-lemon ference.
well;" "clean culture,""cow peas,"'etc. VIews. growing in a period of years, as I endeavored Experience only will teach you
The writer enclosed one dollar, with All this occurred after I had spent to show Mr. Kedney, is when to pick. It needs to be clipped,
the words: "not that I consider it the weeks, for two successive seasons, in likely to be more profitable than not pulled. The percentage of the
vulgar equivalent of the letter I hopeto New York .among the sellers of foreign orange-but there are far more landsin citric acid is greatest before there is
receive, but I know, you must, get fruit, showing the superiority of Florida which will grow good any sign of yellow in the rind. After
many such letters and must be a busy the foreign lemon grown in Florida, oranges than there are that will grow that decomposition begins in the acid,
man." But enough of this.I and attending all auction sales to lemons successfully. The consumptionof.the but growth continues in the rind.
believe the men as a rule, who make up my mind, intelligently, as to lemon and its products are more There is a clear, waxy sort of look,
are investing their means in the cultivation whether I wanted to dispose of my rapidly increasing than the orange.In bordering on transparent-a sort of
of oranges and lemons, and :fruit at auction. It was before, too, point of health, a lemon is a neces- wounded look which says I am at my
are helping to develop the State,look- your correspondent Sherman Adams sity-while the orange consumptionmay prime. It is pretty safe to clip Villa
ing forward to a home some day began here the broad cast sowing of still be termed a luxury. Francha, Belair Premium, Sicily and
among us, are as cultured a class as adjectives for all purposes and "besideall I The lemon, well cared for, is mar- Genoa and lemons, when they are from
were ever brought together for such waters." I vellously prolific, needs different plant two and a quarter to two and a half
work. They are thoroughly in earn- One thing I wish to correct just. foodfrom: the orange, and more of it- inches in diameter. Carefully size,
est. I for one, intend to reply with here: Our county and State fairs will not thrive under clean culture, get as many 300s as you can, they
all the brotherly kindness that has have left behind certain records) whichare needs the pruning shears (and what are the most marketable. In clipping
prompted their 'writing.Mr. desirable, and withal "convenientto fruit tree does not?) But should be line the baskets-that the delicate
Editor, will it not serve my- have." The Villa Francha lemon grown so low that its branches when rind may not be even scratched, for
,self and them a good turn, if you has neven taken the first premium in fruiting fairly touch the ground; and it will all show ten-fold under the
allow me a little space in the DisPATCH Florida when shown in competitionwith will thus act as braces in the wind and methods of curing, which is the "
for a general reply, in two the Belair Premium. Its acid; storm. destruction of vegetable color. The .)
numbers? by actual test, is not so great by from Were I to plant a lemon grove, I first stage, in a sense, of the breaking ..
. Every wise man asks advice; .and four to six per cent. Its skin is should not set farther than 25x15 feet. down of the tissues of the rind. A cut
yet every successful man must for thicker and it is more seedy. I gave Should expect the trees to nearly touch in clippling destroys the lemon. It
himself, after weighing the advice, the name because of its record in getting each other in six years one way, so wil blacken in curing.
make his own decisions. He must i I premiums both in Orange county there would be only room between You cannot be too severe and care-
actually see in fruit-growing the i L nd at the State fairs in Jacksonville. them to pick the fruit. The other way, ful in your grades. Wrap as care-
identical tree he wishes to pattern E" At the late South Florida Fair, at they will in time become so close, fully as you would your finest oranges.
after or, mentally see it and its i (Orlando, the Villa Francha fell short bere will be only room to drive a Pack and get them to your con-
'habits, to grow one like It. To not a several points as compared with the single horse. I should mulch the signee quickly, if possible, before the
'few, the description is actual sight. Belair Premium, and the one enteredas young trees at first, fertilize well from rind even wilts. The rough and rusty
No one can afford to lose the opportu- a Villa Francha, and took the pre- the start; and get the land shaded as ones do not pay to color. There are
nity of studying the habits and char mium as such, was actually a Belair rapidly as possible. By this culture in dealers in New York who can sell themto
acter of the particular varieties: of the Premium; and the lemon which took five years time, there would be no their particular customers, just as
classes of fruit he decides to grow. Premium 59, "best plate of any variety space the roots had not penetratedIshould they arrive.-some of the restaurantsto
,He can scarcely decide till he does. ," was a Belair Premium. I am cultivate in the early winter be served with first, but most to the
To all outside the State, and not a i sorry to say these two lemons are very and do it thoroughly-early enough to pie makers.I .
few inside, I would say, "come and 1 much mixed among the growers. The have finished before any danger from have seen come out of the curing
see" if there be "any good thing" in records of the fairs will have to stand cold. Then let the land rest till May, rooms some of the handsomest lemons
growing citrus fruits. What any one until some lemon is brought forward, then cultivate thoroughly again, and from Florida. Soft and thin rind,
man has done, can be improved upon and"shown and passed upon, which be sure I had plant food enough in the and fragrance exquisite, that I do not
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can ever take the place of the lemon the Villa Francha. Would like to which case each would be immediately

with the most of the 'people in the hear from others on this subject. The Orchard limited to its native original habitat?

markets. Men and women buy lemons 4 .... .. Plants may not be able to accom-

for the peel as well as the acid- Cotton Seed.A For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. modate themselves to as speedily extended -

for their looks and unsurpassed per- practical orange grower says: Budding the Japan Persimmon, a range of environment as man,

fume: I have seen many a sick person Hand Fertilizing Unsuccess- but is it not a fact that both naturallytend
Cotton seed is considered by some
for hours their and to accommodate themselves to
forget pain ful-Pruning Kelseys-King-
to be fertilizer for the
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self, by the pleasure' inspired from the nearer than a perfect other found. It Orange-Figs from Seed.I the changes of their conditions ? If

of handsome lemon which peach any yet these both
perfume a changes are too extreme
is used than noticed in the DISPATCH of July
could be looked handled and more extensively any but if the is made
at
perish, change grad.
other fertilizer for nursery stock, giv- 25th you ask the experience of othersin
smelled and lastly eaten. ually from generation to generation
,
and an budding the Japan persimmon. I
ing a quick, rapid growth
The varieties I would grow of all it peems reasonable to believe that it
abundance of foliage. It contains avery have recently budded a few, leavingthe
others the Belir: Premium Villa be in the
are ; can accomplished one case as
of ammonia and wood in, and when tied I cover
i large percentage :
Francha Ever and well in the other. The of
Sicily Bearing, as causes
will give the tree a rapid growth earlyin completely with grafting wax. Very
Genoa. failure it be foundin
t the spring. It is soon exhaustedand few of them failed. I also put in a seems to me, are to
In the culture of lemons the haste with which the
changes
as every- are
the trees will suffer for want of few grafts at the same time that were
thing else, you cannot, year by year, attempted to be made rather than in
its stimulating effects, producing scale, successful. I used the tips of the bud-
take off and their The of
good nothing impossibility. history
crops put insect and dieoack. Should a handfulbe sticks, two or three eyes. I think it
back. The who takes fruits and to show that
9,000 plants
man seems
the tree it easier and more certain, than the cleft
carelessly dropped near : ,
of milk from his Bel- these have been
acclimatizing changes
pounds cow
will soon girdle it at the root. "Be- grafting in the spring; at least I findit
medle Staten Island in made the of man'shistory.
on a single during progress
ware of cotton seed meal; it is the so in my case. I cut the stock off
year, cares for her, looks to what feed That which has been done
most article to and make a slight perpendicular cut
injurious an orange
and when and that she be done and
is given sees again again.
may
tree that has ever been introducedinto in the bark at the top, and start up
. has drink and solids also-all that Experiments that scientists have
Florida. the corners a little whittle the scionto
she I from ; made in the of bacillis
can appropriate. cannot my growth prove
f a point on one side only, and slip
We would that cotton seed
draw suggest that the descendants
large cistern, day by day, out down under the bark and tie and wax. by gradual changes -
and not find bottom if nothing runs in. meal is an invaluable ingredient for of later generations thrive in
Mr. S. :Dyer's: secret of making the
I could not write if I dicll not read: if I home-made fertilizers in combinationwith Navel tree bear don't work temperatures that would have been

did not listen, if I did not see, if I potash and phosphoric ascid. If worth a orange snap in this neighborhood. I fatal to their progenators a number of

did not appropriate and make my : used uncomposted it should be appliedto helped to hand fertilize tree this generations removed., They have

own .daily events transpiring in my I adapted themselves to their environ-
and
spring, using sweet sour
O\\u! little world ; if I did not glean some green crop rather than totrees grape ment. As the basic principle of all
fruit bloom to do it with, but it madeno
through the medium of the daily direct, and the growing crops difference. There are only threeor : forms of life is essentially the same it'is

press. Something never came from used I to enrich the soil.-ED. DIB. four fruit on the tree now. evident that the diverse forms and

nothing. It is a great mystery, even .... Can one tell me, would it be characteristics of life are due to the

a daily,( miracle to me, that I can put For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. any variations in the surroundings and not
advisable, to a Kelsey plum tree
seed in the earth and it prune the inherent life that is
a tiny see Prepared Citron. to make it bear? I have one that to principle

gradually! spring and grow into great always developing in the highest degree -
Can you tell me where I can find a' grew well, and bloomed full this spring,
t tree.That I can put seventy-five cents to market for file "citron?" I find it but spilled off all the fruit it set. possible, consistent with its surroundings -

one.; dollar's, worth of pure chemicals, and continually attempt-
; grows very prolific in this region of For the benefit of some of my neigh-
in. way of available plant Joed, on a ing to adapt itself to circumstances.The .
California, and should certainly pay bors and myself, will Mr. Phelps or
spot of soil twenty to twenty-five feet only requisite seems' to be that
well if a market could be assured. I Mi. Stovin kindly answer, through the
square, till, (tend and care for the spot, about the changes be so gradual that the
cannot learn here of parties who DISPATCH,thefollowing question
any
and the of God take off shall be
by ; blessing strain not too great
are preparing it for sale. Any information the King orange? We have young anima
ten or_twenty fold more than I put on one generation be it of plant or
you can give me willl be ap- trees that have not fruited yet, going
in value, and yet leave the ground Experiments in acclimatization should
preciated. by that name, that are thorny,
very
better than I found it. therefore be We
Ample DAVID CLARK. but the most marked peculiarity about encouraged. may not

fertilization is self.preservation in Camulos-f ,Ventura Co., Cal.,July 21,1887, them is the dark color of the bark meet with as great a degree of successas
growing fruit. {somewhere from 1850to we may desire, because of the
Can of our readers answer the when mature. I have seen it almost
any
1855 had the pleasure of listen- black in some cases. Do the trees brevity: of human life, but it may be
above? ED. DISPATCH.
ing to the great orator, Edward Ev- accorded to later generations of our
they speak of in recent numbers of the
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erett, in an agricultural address at the descendants,and doubtless will be. We
For the FLORIDA DISFATCII. DISPATCH have that dark coloring of
State fair of the Empire State at Buf. should live not for ourselves alone but
the bark and l rather slender
What does it Cost to take Care of long,
falo. I have forgotten the exact year, Grove? thorns? for the future as well.
an Orange
but never t the ideas, as he describedthe In number of SHERMAN ADAMS.For .

miracle of seed-life, in his wonderful Would you, or some of your read- a recent your paper 4
asked if would
of word-painting, and yet howit ers, Jive me an idea of what it worth somebody figs grow the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
way from seed. I have one that grew from White Adriatic (?) Fig.
tend five of three hundred
all God to a acre
was dependent on sending grove
seed from It the first
fig candy. was A reliable California
Nurserymansays
and trees four
'the former and the latter rain. seventy-five years
I came here, and I hardly knewa "The of the so-called
year true
: name
work. old by the to do all the work
God's blessing on our year,
- LYMAN PHELPS. that is necessary to make the grove a fig tree, and did not recognize this White Adriatic Fig is 'Verdomi. It
until it had been turned with the
out
was imported some twelve or fourteen
Sanford,Fla.,July 25, 1887 success, and to pay the man who worksit
.. ... fair wages and at a profit to the plow. I tramped it back, and took years ago from Italy by W. B.

. such good care of it that it grew so West of Stockton California who
.. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. owner? First, pine land ; second, ,
late the frost killed it. Next it
year was in Europe himself and saw
Which is the Hardiest Lemon? hammock land. READER.Lake .
grew up a great sprangle and did the figs and thought greatlyof
County, Fla.,July 20,1887. very
.'I. will give you my experience' .-.4 well. This* spring 1 thought to im- them, so much so that he plantedan

which covers three varieties only. Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH. prove the looks of it, and went to orchard of ten acres after securing

:During: the freeze of 1886 the Villa he Tardiff not a Shy Bearer. pruning it, and like to have killedit them. But at Stockton,on his place

Francha was )covered with sacks, all lu regard to non-fruiting of the again. Now I will let it alone, and (which is very heavy soil) they did

new growth, all leaves dropped and Tardiff, because of its late ripening, as perhaps I will get some figs from it. not succeed, and he grubbed them up.

some were killed. The Eureka was mentioned, by Mr. Nicholson in the WM. S. RUTHERFORD.Apopka Since that, it has been discovered that

not covered; it lost its new growthand DISPATCH of July 18th, I can say i it Fla.,July 1-30.,-4 1887 they did well in some localitieswarm -

.leaves, none died. Another va- makes no difference with our trees. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.If dry climate, with a loose, warm

riety, not covered, but suffered about They have been fruiting six years, and Animals can be Acclimated why sandy soil but that soil is quite moist

the same.as the Eureka. The Villa during that time have not failed to Not Plants? and the climate inclined to be cold,

Francha had not been set as long as produce a full crop. This year, an they have the habit of cracking open
It that those who claim
the others, and this fact may have off one, they }have on more fruit than that seems to cannot me be acclimated take and souring before they ripen. But

been against it. Last winter the Villa any other budded trees of the same plants to be candid, we have some doubts
untenable in direct
Francha was affected by frost more age E. B. CARTER. ground oppositionto about their succeeding in a very moist

than the others. C. E. B. Tampa, Fla.,July 20, 1887. the largely accepted Darwinian the- climate."

.c. ory of natural selection, or the survival C
Fla.,July 2"., 1887.
In Lemons at Key West begin bearing ofthe fittest. If it can be proven that Quinces are getting ripe now. Per-
conversation with
a leading nurseryman in two years, and by the time they are plants cannot be acclimated, will not haps you don't believe they grow this

: he stated that he considered six feet high are loaded with fruit the same arguments prove the same far South, but they do Orlando Re-

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F/lllIIl./ stock sheep, we begin with cow peas to leaching. His illustrations with other roots after they have decayed,
one to two feet high. Fifty sheep are regard to the slowness with which and at times are doubtless transformedinto
folded on two hundred yards of land; water penetrates the ground, and the water courses.
Improved Cow-Penning. they would in twenty-five days coveran fact that the color of the soil is not 3. The impure water of some wells.
The question of how to maintainthe acre. If in that time they were changed below the depth to which the This is not by any means the unan-
fertility of farm lands, to restore fed a thousand pounds of cottonseedmeal fertilizer is incorporated with the soil, swerable clincher of the argument that
wornout ones, to bring up naturallypoor not only would most of the fertilizing seem to be conclusive on these points. some might at first glance suppose.
ones to a condition capable of properties be on the land, or His conclusions are well supported by Wells in filthy localities become drainage
bearing crops profitable to the hus- in it, but it would be there in a better the suggestion of Mr. Phelps, as wellas basins, veritable cesspools. Thisis
bandman ]lies, at the very foundationof form than if applied directly to it. by your editorial remarks in the due, however, not to leaching of the
husbandry, and assumes increasing The cow peas or other forage crop is, previous number. I also find them soil, but to seepage. Channels of
importance with the constantly in- moreover, put into a better form, as fully confirmed by my own observations varied sizes are formed in the groundby
creasing competition of different re manure, than it would be as a green throughout South Florida. As divers causes and the water and
gions. Not only must restoring elements -. crop turned under. The great argu- I[ have frequently stated, the chief, if filth in masses finds its way by force of
be had, but they must be had I ment, as I intimated in the beginning, not the only, foe to the fertility of gravitation directly from the surfaceor
economically.What for this plan of feeding, is the diffi- Florida soils, is the calorific influenceof storage basin of the filth which had
sums of money have been culty, you might say the impossibility, our semi-tropical sun which transforms not been incorporated with the soil.
wasted in utilizing sewage in poud- of saving the manure by any other the fertilizer into gaseous pro- Fertilizing matter once thoroughly in-
rette, in dry earth appointments, all method. Much the larger part of the ducts to he dissipated by our constant corporated with the soil is held with a
abandoned for the cheaper and better nitrogen voided by an animal is in breezes. grasp so firm that it is separated with
preparations of the chemist. The volume the urine, about all of which is was- The soil may perhaps be washed great difficulty except by the live
of waste of barn manures from ted, or if absorbed, as some of it may away by currents of water, but I do feeders of plants, not by mechanicalmeans ..
careless management, and from unnecessary be, by the litter, it probably is in no not believe that there is the slightest to any considerable extent, certainly
handling, is beyond computation. better condition for immediate use danger of the fertilizer being washedout not by the usual rains and ""
Heavy rains ami thirsty air alternately than that contained in the solid por- of the soil. If either goes, soil and showers. SHERMAN ADAMS.
carry off the best fertilizers tions, and requires a fermentive process fertilizer must go together. I trust Gabriella, Fla. ;. a
from the yards of most Southern and to make it available, whereas Mr. P. will give his other reasons and .
Western farmers. And now the chem- nitrogen in urine is immediately his mode of using fertilizers, for,judg- For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. '
ists are adverse. We:used to rest com. available, and urine is therefore_ a very ing from the absurd ways in which the Long Staple Cotton-Seed Meal.
in the belief that As there seems to be quite diversity
fortably "plaster, forcing manure. majority use fertilizers, it is evident a
when used in the stall, securely held In -the matter of suitable foods, that there is much to be learned in of opinion in regard to the valueof
the ammonia for us until when deposited we are every way 'prepared for this this regard to check, if not entirely "Long Staple" cottonseed meal as
in the soil plant roots demandedit system. We may herd or fold neat obliterate the present immense annual compared with what is termed in the
but now we learn that this was a cattle and have for waste. .
sheep or hogs,
market
delusion. So, too, we long thoughtthat them flesh-forming and fattening foodsin We note in this section that if a as "bright"meal, please inform
dry earth retained for us those abundance all the year. The Eng- quantity of dirty impure water be some of your readers, who wishto
economize in their
easily decomposable elements, but it lish farmer who pays an annual rental filtrated through a few inches of plant-food expenditures -
which of the
brandsIs
two
now seems that ferments and microbesare i of from five to twenty-five pounds, "Florida sand" it comes out pure and ,
the valuable fertilizer and
robbing our compost heaps. It clear indicating that all the fertilizing more as a ,
puts fertility into his soil and -
money what difference there be
begins to look as.though the only wayto in his pocket, by means of crops, in qualities are retained in the soil. JAMES may R. DAVIS.per ton.
keep any fertilizer is not to accu- i inferior to Is[ not this a strong argument againstthe
part ours,are none superior. Bartow, Fla.,June 27,1887.
mulate any, but to get all onto or into His tares and vetches are no whit bet theory of leaching? The experi-- The above inquiry was referred to
the soil in the shortest and quickestway. ter than in ment is easily tried.
our everything
cow-peas Mr. W. A. Bours who
replies as follows -
the turnip family grows as well hereas Though the very surface of the soil
It would seem that in no countryare there. Our peanuts are nutritiousas needs to be stirred often to break up : ,r'.,.'. .
the conditions so favorable for beans, sweet potatoes and cassavaare the crust that forms on the surface, it Editor of FLORIDA DISPATCH:
herding, or more properly folding wonderful to yield, and may be does not appear to me to be any evidence I have just returned to the city from
stock upon the land as here. A. uni- fed in this manner all winter; chufas that our soil is so "compact" as North Carolina and find your letter in
form climate, with practically no frost; the same. None of these change their not 'to need the use of the roller. The reference to cotton-seed meal, from
a growing season lasting from Januaryto qualities by remaining in the ground soil in many fields appears to be so Mr. Jas. R. Davis, of Bartow, whichis
January, enables us to '''keep stockin until spring. Flat turnips, Sweedes, loose[ after plowing as to suggest the referred to me for a reply.
the fields with no protection, but a collards, all may be had in successive necessity of some process to make it Regarding the dark or Sea Island
sufficient shade. An indisputable and crops during winter, and rye for pas- more compact. cotton-seed meal, I would say that for
acknowledged completeness and facility turage. These crops may be fed out on Permit me to add a word with regard fertilizing purposes I think it equallyas
in saving and handling the manure the land all winter. Suppose the dairy to the three reasons by J. H. G. good as the bright or short staple
make a set of conditions hardly to be your line, and you sell butter, your in the DISPATCH of the 18th, regard- meal. Its analysis is as follows :
improved upon. cows take carbonaceous matter from ing leaching of soils. Ammonia, 7 per cent.; bone phosphate -
It is a system of feeding stock, and the bran you buy, and leave most of 1. That the rainfall leaches until 5J per cent.; potash, li per
of enriching land, in vogue in old] as the phosphates and nitrogen for the .stopped by an impervious strata, dissolving cent. The bright meal may be a frac't'
well as new countries. Though in use soil, and by this plan of feeding the the fertilizing elements and tion stronger in ammonia and potash, ..
as one of the earliest means of enrich- soil gets it, it isn't wasted in whole or carrying them down by the force of but not enough to make much differ-
ing land, it is brought down to the part. Simple cow-penning is an admi- gravity. These are not the exact ence in the commercial value. .
present day. J. B. Lowes, the great rable way to enrich land, because it words and construction that he used,but A great many are prejudiced againstthe
English farmer and experimenter, brings plant-food from distant,or from I believe they correctly express the Sea Island meal on account of its
when applied to to manage an utterly wild or low and wet lands, but the idea he conveyed.To dark color, and I will endeavor to
light, tract of land that wouldn't this I that there is it has that
poor manure is of poor quality, for the rea- reply, no ques explain why appearance.
grow grass, nor even weeds, and with son that the food is, and we must sup- tion but that the water dissolves (par- Those who have seen the Sea Islandor
carte blanche in the matter of capital, pose that continuous cropping with tially) the fertilizer, and would take it long staple seed are aware that it
decided a flock of treedingsheepfolded such a system is possible, not only for with it did not the elements of the soil has a thin, smooth, black hull, very
on the land and fed there, as the avail- what is added to the soil, but for the seize hold of and retain the fertilizingatoms unlike the thick, fuzzy hull of the upland
able plan, in preference to artificial fer- changes induced in the soil itself by and molecules. or short staple cotton seed. This .
tilizers and cropping. In the great corn what is added to 2. The beneficial action of l leguminous hull of the Sea: Island seed cannot
growing States, I have known flocksof it.D.. R. PILSBURY. plants, with their deep feedingroots. well be separated from the kernel, and
sheep kept in the corn fields from Sanford:) Fla.,July 27,1887. forms but a small percentage of the
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earing time until severe weather. That I deem due, not only to the weight. It is ground with the meal,
Fattening cattle and hogs often feed Forthe FLORIDA DISPATCH. saving of fertilizing material appliedto and as it contains considerable potash,
down the crops in the same way. What Becomes of the Fertilizer? the surface, but to the fact in no way detracts from its value as a
No one supposes it true that we can In the DISPATCH of July 11th, Mr. that they avail themselves of the origi- fertilizer. The black particles of hull
bring our sandy soils into a productive Pelton makes some excellent state- nal inherent fertility of the soil at show themselves so plainly that great
condition without the addition of ments and suggestions with regard to some depth, which they transform and many object to it on that account, butI
some fertilizer from outside. We the leaching of soils, especially Florida bring to the surface. Their roots also have yet to hear of any dissatisfaction -
. must manufacture milk butter, wool], soils, and his argument appears to be form tubes through which the oxygenof from those who have given it a
and'for these must buy fattening or indisputable that Florida soils do not the air and other gasses exert a fair trial, and I think it is being used
flesh forming foods.. Now, supposing I leach, but that the loss of fertilizing beneficial chemical action on the sub- more largely every, year as it becomes,
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known. It is pure .and in no way tors and Representatives should be financial success. Ample capital willthen
adulterated.For Exposition asked to invite the good offices of the be forthcoming to increase the
feeding purposes I think that United[ States consuls in the West In- attractions of the Exposition another
the bright meal is better, but I have dies and Bahamas to assist the expo- season.
THE SUB-TROPICAL.
known of the dark meal being used :: sition commissioner in his duties. 20. The director-general should be

also for feed, though I would not rec- Col. Kreamer, President; Dr. JamesH. 11. The different sections of the clothed with large discretionary power,
ommend it. Paine, Director General- State should be urged to keep capable that he may act decisively and with
My impression is that the dark cote to be Held in Springfield., representatives at the exposition prepared out delay when exigency demands.But .
ton-seed meal and pure ground bone to inform visitors of the various he should be accountable directlyto
The board of directors met
mixed in equal quantities makes the Monday, advantages of their sections. ; the board of directors! and act in
cheapest fertilizer one can get, for July 25th, and organized by electing 12. A bureau of information and harmony with their presiding officer
Col. James M. Kreamer
almost any crop. The cotton-seed president; advertising should be established and executive committee, prepared at
S. Conant first
meal will give immediate results and Major vice-president; where visitors may obtain intelligenceas any time to render accounts of his
John L. second
the ground bone will give lasting qual dent. English, vice-presi-I to hotel accommodations, routes official transactions.
ities. Some think that a little phos- The then read of travel, fares, time-tables, points of Suggestions might be multiplied, but
phate added makes it better.I following paper was interest in city and State,. etc. The the necessity now is for immediate and
shall be pleased to send samples, by the secretary, prepared by Dr. State journals should be kept regularlyon effective work rather than words. .'
James H. Paine at the of the'
and answer any questions that I can committee request file. In conclusion, realizing the great
regarding the meal, as I handle a : 13. The exposition building should responsiblity of the position and the
large amount of it. Messrs.eher.Moran Thomas and Schuma combine sufficient floor space with I necessity of untiring exertion involved,
WILLIAM A. BOURS. ample light and ventilation,for the effective I respectfully apply for the positionof
Jacksonville, Flo.,.July. 28, 1887. Sub-Tropical Exposition: and convenient arrangement of director-general, and, if selected,
GENTLEMEN Thanking you for the different departments and the ac- shall strive and merit your endorse-
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Blow the Stumps.: !your courteous invitation, I herewith commodation of the masses of people. ment. If any other person, in your
up briefly outline some of my views as to The structure should be durable and judgment, will better subserve the in-
# I have" noticed several articles in" the management of the exposition: appropriate, capable of enlargementas terests at stake, command public con
your paper on "Getting rid of stumps, 1. All.measures adopted should be occasion required and means per- fidence and attain the desired results,
and having had considerable experience. for its permanent establishment. mitted. The success of the exposition I shall cheerfully continue my personal -
I submit the following, and 2. The leading design should be the will be measured primarily by the efforts in behalf of the under-
guarantee it to succeed every time, viz.: thorough excellence and completenessof completeness and excellence of the ex- taking. ..
Take a 1J inch augur, with a shank the exhibits as an exposition of-the hibits, and this leading design should Again thanking you for your cour-.
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4 or 5 feet l long, bore a hole under the productive capabilities of our Sub- not be sacrificed in attempts at archi- tesy, I remain
stump, as close to the bottom of the Tropical State-prominently, fruit, tectural competition with other ex- Very truly yours,'
stump as possible; and when there is vegetables, tobacco, cotton, sugar, for- positions whose financial resources are JAMES H. PAINE.'
a tap-root, bore two-thirds through it. age, cererals, fisheries, fertilizers, etc. vastly greater. Dr. James H. Paine was elected
Then take a half or whole cartridge -with the view of attracting immi- 14. The exposition advertising in
(owing to the size of the stump) of gration and capital, for their increased all its details should be attractive, Director-General. Adjourned.The .
high explosive powder (some call developments. unique and typical of the leading design. first regular monthly meetingwas
it dynamite), attach your fuse and cap 3. Similar exhibits from other sub- Prospective glimpses of fruits, flowers, held August 1st. '
to the powder: and with a wooden I tropical countries should be solicited, foliage and the life and beauty of the A letter was read from Mr. H. S.
rammer shove it to the bottom of the ; for comparison, which would inure to winter months in Florida and the Ely, of the Springfield Com-
secretary ,
hole fill the hole with dirt sand
or our benefit. Tropics, contrasted with their dreary
light your fuse and skedaddle. You 4. A large space should be devotedto surroundings in the frozen regions of pany, detailing the conditions on
will have the pleasure of seeing your competitive county or neighborhood the North and West, will be the effective -: which the Exposition could have the
stump pulled out of the ground and displays of resources. Diplomas of means of attracting travel use of their lands in the vicinity of
torn to fragments. After drying a weekor merit or other premiums to be awardedby hitherward. The various transpor- the waterworks lot, which gives the
two the pieces can be piled and the "Advisory Council" consistingof tation lines interested in Florida travel Exposition a twenty years lease of the
burned used for fuel. A small triangular lot in the rear of the water-
or very one member from each county exposition should be induced to include in all
quantity of powder will split the stump committee. their announcements the Sub-Tropical works at a nominal rental of $1 per
so they will readily burn. It is the 5. The departments from the West exposition as an additional attractionfor annum, the Springfield Company to
quickest, also the cheapest, method of Indies and Bahamas should be varied the coming winter season. Their do the necessary filling in at a cost of
removing your stumps, and never failsto and attractive enough to invite a active co-operation will prove a main $1,500. They also reserve block 4
do its work on the largest rock, largely increased tide of winter tourist factor in insuring success. for three years, and will sell it then to
stump or tree. E. C. KEESE. travel. To secure this result a duly 15. Exposition stationery, includingneat the Exposition if required for expo-
Jacksonville Fla.,July 27. 1887. authorized exposition commissioner and typical designs for letter head- sition purposes. They give the Expo-
.. should canvass those islands during ings, envelopes, etc., should be con- sition the right to remove their build-
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. the three months preceding the open- tracted for and furnished to businessmen ings, if it should be found necessaryto
Slops Will Reach a Well.I .
do so before the expiration of the
ing of the exposition. Next year other at cost, for use in correspondence.
have been amused at some things attractive features may be added from 16. The Exposition music should be lease, and will subscribe for 250 sharesof
said in reference to our soils leaching.I Mexico, Central America, etc. artistic and more suggestive in its stock. After full consideration of
,think if one will throw a lot of slops 6. Efficient agents should be set to character than the conventional brass the proposition it was .
out near the well they will find out, work in every section of Florida to band, and promenade concerts and Resolved, That the president and
41k as a family I knew did, and lost three obtain by gift or purchase full and special musical entertainments inter secretary of the Exposition be author-
of their children, and came near losing continuous representative displays. spersed throughout the Exposition ized to sign a contract with the cityof
f two more. I would as soon think 7. Discretion to exclude exhibits of I would add largely to its revenues. Jacksonville on terms suitable to
.. of asking the question, Would ashes inferior excellence, or inappropriateto 17. The home market feature of the them in behalf of the board of directors -
leach? as our sandy soils. Of course the general design, should be firmly Exposition should be steadily kept in of the Sub-Tropical Exposition,
where there is hard pan or clay, there exercised. view, especially the bringing of orange and also with the Springfield Company -
will be but very little if any leaching 8. Every industrial interest capableof growers and buyers in communication.The on the terms of the agreementnow
through that.I development In the State should be manufacture and sale of Florida offered; and that the location of
knew a well dug where there wasa represented. cigars should be a prominent feature. the Sub-Tropical Exposition be now
mortar bed and some fifty barrels of 9. The director-general should se- The sales of products should be madeto definitely fixed for the waterworkslot
lime slacked some years ago, and the lect as committees fort proper classi- produce a steadily increasing rev- socalled.At .
water has become quite hard, while fication and arrangement_ exhibitsin enue from year to year. a meeting of the City Council,
before the mortar bed was there, it the various departments-esj>ecially 18. The ornamentation of the Ex- held August 2d, the President of the
was as soft as melted snow.I those of horticulture agriculturemen position grounds should be systemat- Council was authorized to lease the
farmed on Illinois prairies with of capacity, impartiality and ex- ically and steadily carried forward,
clay subsoil for thirty years, and have tensive acquaintance with the resourcesof including lawns, pathways, fountains, unoccupied portion of the city water,
been working Florida sand for five the State. miniature lakes, flowers, foliage, etc. works grounds to the Sub-Tropical
years, and my observation is right to 10. Application; ,should be made to 19. While expenditures for the accommodation Exposition.
the reverse of friend Pelton, but I the proper department in Washingtonto of leading features --+..
may be an ignoramus. D. secure, if possible, a Government should be on a liberal and sufficient There is said to be a good demandfor
--a-f. exhibit of choice tropical and sub-. scale, strict business economy should mustard seed. "It _would:be a good
Frank Savage has_ pearl millet on tropical plants, etc., in charge of:f control the management, and the first idea for some of our truck gardenersto .
1 his; ,place, near Eustis, ten feet high. an experienced gardener. Our Sena- annual report attest an encouraging investigate. .. .- '-

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sected by bayous, lakes, bays and here. Its introducer describes it as a makes it so warm with us.

rivers, 'are protected from frosts, the large white fruit with red, delicious The dry weather has checked our

vast water surface prevents rapid radiation pulp. San Pedro, or apple fig large, June, rather July, bloom on the orange -

For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. of heat, renders extremes of white, delicious;; growing in favor. trees. Still, we have had con-

LOWER LOIIId_ heat and cold impossible, and,temper- Le Carpentiers Barcelona is of delicious siderable of that class of bloom, and

ing the climate, prevents sudden atmospheric flavor, large, white, and is are very anxious that you and the

Its Topography and Pomology.. changes. grown for the table on Bayou other wise men of the East should tellus

"Louisiana low lands low." TROPIC AND SEMI-TROPIC FRUITS. Lafourche, Louisiana. in the DISPATCH what we may expect -

Comparatively little is known by The date, tamarind, and the POMEGRANATE.This of it; what it will amount to.
sago
the outside world of the of Will it make fruit? If
diversity so, when,
palm family, not excepting the cocoa- fruit is destined to become one
soil and climate embraced in that favored what. kind, and how much? And
nut, grow in open air on the gulf- of our valuable shipping fruits. The
knowas will it be
Lower Louis- salable
region .front of the and marketable -
parishes of Plaquemines, cultivation of the common white-
iana. The uninformed have long associated Terrebonne, St. Mary and Cameron. skinned and insipid varieties has ? I mean, can we get it .to
the Louisiana with market in salable
condition in midsummer
name mos- a -
Grown without any purpose to commercial ceased, and the propagation of the
quitos, alligators and loathsome rep- ? While our people are in
and in
production seen only new and superior sorts commenced.The .
tiles and the idea had caused the dark this
erroneous concerning thing, yet
isolated_ situations. I can say noth Spanish Ruby (new), large, eye
wide credence the the of oldest inhabitants
such that southern most
our are
of their fruitfulness small
ing or quality. yellow skin, beautifully colored
of this fair State inclined to look the
portion presented an "Junebloom"
upon
Their hardiness:seems assured.THE with red; pulp wine colored and sweet;
irredeemable tangle of swamps, marsh a desirable sort. as a misfortune. They argue
and cane-brake. The World's Indus- LEMONS AND LIMES. that it is unnatural and hence will be
Paper Shell (new), small foliage
,trial and Cotton Centennial Exposition These, tender fruits grow _in the distinct not fruited here.; injurious the trees.and to succeedingcrops
yet
,held in New Orleans in 1884-85, aforesaid parishes. The thick-skinned, Carribean; Ceral (new). This hand- ; also, that the June crop will be
did much to dispel and dissipate the seedling l lemon is very common in of no value. If it should result in giving -
some and attractive sort, recently introduced -
widespread and stupid misconceptions, lower Plaquemines. Some attentionis from the borderingthe us half of our crop ripe in November -

and strangers within our gates, loud now being given the commercial ar- Carribean Sea bids country fair to and half ripe in June, it would be '-
and enthusiastic in of this ticle Eureka Lisbon and bud eclipse California wouldn't?
praise section Sicily, anything of the kind ever here. a good joke on ,
with wonderat ded Mexican limes grown observation is that the
gazed open-mouthed on sour orange. My most ,
Medium to large yellow beautifully
the fertility of our soil, and the variety grow in protected situations, and are covered with crimson, flush, the skin growthy, thrifty trees, have the most .
and excellence, of our pomol 'g- hardier than the Persian or Tahiti ; of this bloom upon them,and that those .
while thick is of a soft leathery tex-
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ical The limited varieties. that already had fair of
productions. space'at a crop oranges
ture, classing it soft shells and
my disposal prevents anythingmore Citrons and Shaddocks are grownin rendering it a splendid"among shipper ,meat. upon them were just as likely to have
than of its localities and under like ; of this bloom The
a meagre description same con- plenty as any.
pink and aromatic in flavor in
ripens
geology, topo taphy and pomology. ditions. June. ; groves that have been well cared for

Separated into two grand 'divisions, JUJUBE AND GUAVA. VITICULTUREGRAPES.While are putting on a tremendous growthand

bluff and level lands, and sub-divided Same as above, the first a shrub the it is the regulation spring growth\ ,

into five distinct classifications,namely, latter a bush. No attempt has yet been succeeding with various that is, it is out all over the

alluvial, prairie, pine fiats, arable made to produce the paste or ,jelly of members of theLabrusca and JEstivalis tree, not simply at the top, as
swamp lands and coast marsh, Lower commerce. variety of American grapes, few, or is unusual this time of the year.

Louisiana presents much that is new BANANAS. none, have grown the Exotic or Vin- Senator.elect Pasco was here amongus

and interesting to horticulturists and ifera with any degree of permanent this week. He returned home im-
in mild winters in
Bananas ripen
agriculturists throughout the country. success. The famous California Mission pressed, I hope, with the desirabilityof
air as far north as New Orleans,
open growing now in Tangipahoa
par- for
ALLUVIAL, but suffer in ,comparison with the a good appropriation openingthe
ish, in this State, seems to be thor- Ocklawaha River to
sometimes denominated "bottom West Indian fruit insipid.THE permanent
oughly acclimated and adapted to its disinterested
lands," lie along the 'rivers and water MESPILUS OR JAPAN PLUM. adopted home east of the Rockies. navigation. that Any this is desira-per-
son can see a very
courses. They are known to be almost Almost in the Cuttings were received from E. T.
a sure crop vicinityof ble work and would be one of the
inexhaustible in fertility, having New Orleans; ripens in March.THE Baldwin's celebrated vineyard in San best things the Government could do
been cropped from time immemorial Gabriel Valley, and set out in the
in to the cost but
MELON SHRUB. proportion our
without showing diminution or dete spring of 1885. They have since
statesmen have far been directedto
Introduced from Central America so so
rioration of harvests. Sugar-cane, or- ; vigorously, and as yet show no
is in this latitude.THE grown the north end of the State that they
anges, rice, sea island cotton, straw- hardy signs of blight or mildew. not able to that
were see any good
berries and melons are the principal KELSEY PLUM. EDGAR L. ST. CERAN.
could come out of South Florida.
productions. succeeds admirably in all soils ,and Ponchatoula, La.For.the ,
in time their be
Perhaps
eyes may
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PRAIRIE. localities and ii a great acquisition.OLIVES FLORIDA DISPATCH. opened.;
These lands lie west of the Mississippi LAKE
COUNTY. The seat of Lake
temporary county
river and constitute the well
are adapted to the entire State, from has been located, and at Bloomfield.
known Attackapas prairies of South- its southern limits to the Arkansasline June Bloom-opening the Ockla- Little did the little village ever dreamof

west Louisiana; sandy soil, underlaidby ; suited to all soils, and stand' ten waha River-Bloomfield, the the honor in store for her. Bloom-

yellow clay. These soils can be degrees more cold than the orange. Temporary County Seat. field is! on the south shore of Lake

made productive by good drainage, Mission and Pickoline varieties, grow- Your columns have contained con- Harris, about five miles across the

cultivation, and the application of ing in Tangipahoa parish and other siderable matter lately on tap roots. water from Leesburg. It was foundedby
.humus or other nitrogenous manures. It would seem that some tie is
places. Its commercial importance is strong Mr. MendenhalJ, a friend from

PINE FLATS just being understood. necessary these warm times, to hold the "Quaker City," Richmond, Indi,
lie in the southern of one down to Mother Earth, and .
portions Livingston ALMONDS. preventing ana. It consists of a store, a half

Tangipahoa and St. Tammany.Sand This nut requires a drier soil and him ascending in the form of dozen residences, church and school- .
soil underlaid with and -cremated,as it were, alive and
yellow climate than Louisiana affords. It vapor ; house. Its ambitious little sister Yal-

red clay. Fine fruit-growing soils deficient succeeds well, worked in with the yet we extend the hand of sympathyto aha, a mile away, has overshadowed it.
only in humus. Rich in min- and our suffering fellow-beings a thou- It will be a quiet and retired place to
eral the peach plum. sand miles north, who, especially in
or inorganicmatter: requiring construct the business of the county
help! of the cow pea or some like ma- FIGS. the large cities, have it much worse while the furious fight is going on for

nunal agent to convert and transformit I This crop has never failed in this than we do. The mercury has not at the permanent location between the

into plant food. Hammock lands I State, and is classed among our most any time gone over a hundred here,in big towns of the county. The general

also abound. valuable fruits; such sorts as the Brown the shade, but we have heard no one health is good indeed. The occupationof

ARABLE SWAMP LANDS. Turkey,Lemon,White Marseilles, and complain that last Sunday (July 17) the physician is gone. The people

drained Mammoth Black, need no descriptionat afternoon and night were not warm have gone through the melon season
When cultivated and
these lands plowed my hands. The Celestial,or sugar enough to suit him. It was the warm- without a shiver, and are bracing up
are enormously productive is for table est and most time this witnesS
"' and the toil of fig, highly prized preservesand oppressive well under the warm weather. Work
amply repay : and will and ever experienced in Florida.
the husbandman. crystalizing, dry up is pretty well suspended. The corn
improve in saccharine matter and Our' rainy season is misbehaving fodder has been saved in splendid con-

COAST' HARSH. sweetness if left on the tree. The itself. It clouds up and threatens dition. Our people are not unhappy,

Found in parishes bordering the tree. grows in all situations and thrives rain every afternoon, but still does those who had ,vegetables did well

Gulf. When leveed and drained theyare without care. not rain to amount to anything. We with them, and those who have oranges

" : among the best in the State. The White Adriatic, imported from need rain, right here in the midst of hope to do well with them. So 'may!

Rich in humus and phosphorus.These Sicily, and said to be the genuine fig the wet season. The absence' of our it be. MlckTLeeaburg \

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o' men for a' that," and if occasionally pride to us; and while we prefer this the white sand bare and hot in:them.I

;IoIIle he finds some with large pockets and land of our adoption, still we' would don't think I could be contented
i
without of shade trees and,a good
small brains, who look down upon i do justice to all other sections. We plenty
BY MBS. E. A. HILL. green lawn in any country. .Now,
"- "- the man who wears home-spun and is invite each sister of the Home Depart- have been told that the men

Social Status of the Farmer. an honest tiller of the soil, still ment and other citizens of our Stateto like it in Florida, but the women seldom

We wish to refer to the words of "The man Independent mind consider this letter in the light of a so I shall be anxious to see

our correspondent from Manatee, in He looks,and laughs,at a'that." personal "call" for an expression on you have to say for yourselves,

To the men of Florida who shall expect to see the Home Depart-
young the and of Florida. Let the
last issue where pros cons
our lie
says: "many, ment crowded with letters,
otherwise sensible people, look down are now working for their daily bread, subject be well ventilated in the lightof or disparaging'"Fair Florida."

upon," etc. ,,but who have an honest ambition to experience, which, after all, is the MRS. M. W.'

be esteemed among men, we say, savea true guide. Woodford, 111., July 2D,1887.
We of that .
are truly glad qualifyingword --'* --
part of your earnings, and this we are .. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
that is the right -word in the
confident do if will and For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. Beoipes.
you can you ,
right place, only that and nothingmore. Give Us the Facts,
b
you have no bad habits ; study nights, The following recipes have '
Shallow souls invariably lookon Editor Home Interests: for this *
and read prepared expressly paper
the surface; all sensible persons of Sundays. While we usually I have been an interested reader of Florida) housewives:

denounce debt in no measured terms, the DISPATCH for the and
past ,
observation and year
the
experience are ac- BAKED TOMATES.-Peel tomatoes
still we note, that sometimes the prom- always look anxiously on your pageto
customed to look beyond the surfaceof and place on an earthen pie
ise to pay for a piece of land or a see what the women of Florida haveto with deep paste season with
things. Our correspondent's suggestion 1 in favor of their Southern ;
I. home has been like a sheet anchor' say salt and pepper. Bake slowly.
to farmers, that there should homes.I .

I be thrift and intelligence, and that to a young man. have just finished washing the BAKED EGG PLANT.-This vegetable

When p: T. Barnum resolved to last dish after a two days' siege of when well cooked is not only
refinement that comes of culture; also, tractive but wholesome. Take .
a
the threshers and if there is
purchase American Museum, he : ; anythingmore
cleanliness of person and clothing, is had 'calculated to make life misera- specimen and with a sharp knife
certainly "ducats" hand
very apt. "The body is .ever more no on as ble than folks in two lengthwise cut out the
twenty hungry men ,
the first installment, but he brought from one-half, leaving enough adhering
than the raiment, and one must be the thermometer above 90 and no
himself to rigid dining to the skin to keep it in shape.If
attired according to the business on economy on help but a fourteen-year.old child, I :
bread and cheese until be surprisedhis have it. there are five or six in the
yet to experience
hand; clothing should be appropriatefor this will be sufficient the rest
can
,
We have been of
family and the trustees by payingthe seriously thinking'
time and It does for another meal. Cook
place. not pay kept
farm and
to
selling our coming
last installment and himself yourState
the farmer to neglect his personal appearance signing to make us a home; in the win- .vegetable until tender, just as
P. T. Barnum, proprietor. So would it will take
a pumpkin
in the home; as soon as the ter, when the thermometer is way
much for "clear grit" and his unflinching will four hours; there must not be too
down, we think surely we not I
labor of the is done
day a
sponge purpose could be imitated to ad- winter here again, but when summer water. Drain very dry ; mix into
bath and change of clothing should be of butter salt
a large lump ,
almost unbearableheat
with its
vantage. To win respect and success: comes,
considered the necessities of pepper, a trifle of onion, yelk of
among its millions of flies that destroy
be industrious be honest be economical
-
; moisten with
atom of comfort foreman and egg ; cream or
life.Our and studious. Give and take no every densed milk enough to make
a
beast it then if it would be
experience, and we think it is seems as
"treats"-dare to differ. Believe batter. Fill the empty shell with
me, folly to think of going where it must
the universal in Florida
experience ,
the world respects the man who has necessarily be hotter than here, and batter, sprinkle the top with .0"t
is that the intelligent cultured laborer crumbs and bake fifteen minutes in
mind enough to say nol! or, I have no where the flies will never freeze to
ranks very high; he can always death.It quick oven. Another way to
occasion. Cultivate the society of
command good wages, and why shouldhe has been very hot here in central egg-plant. Pick the fruit before

] not a good social position, good people, and if feasible cultivatea Illinois, for the last month almost seeds get hard, as they will be bitter

occupy love for and the study of music. If every day above 90, and it has been allowed to hang until that time.
provided his character is well
Mrs Stowe has judged correctly in 90 after six p. m. often, and some for breakfast, the night before
assured. them in slices a of an
above 100 in the quarter
her remarks that "a handsome woman days considerably
There are too many people living shade, and the wind is fairly scorching thick, and lay in-an earthen dish in
in the singer's seat is of !
a means weak salt and water. In the orni
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by their wits, for the world's good; many days.I
grace, then the young man who think there must be many thingsin drain and wipe' dry, and dip
oft-times this is only a polite name
can sing, if not otherwise objectionable, Florida that would be enjoy- slices in a beaten egg and then
very
for dishonesty and, sooner or later, bread crums and fry slowly to a
has than fruit.
a pasport to good society, and his able-nothing more so its,
"He that perverteth his shall be cate brown. Do not let them
ways Now these hot when
presence is acceptable in the society of we sigh days,
known." flat and stale whenwe but be sure to cook until done.
everything seems ,
cultured ladies.
But of
The landed aristocracy is the independent read in the DISPATCH of the PRESERVING EGGS.-Eggs can-

oldest and most honored in the world, this, if he possess the characteristicsabove : peaches, juicy and luscious, and the kept sound and good a long time

mentioned, his social status is many'other kinds of fruits that can be I painting them over with linseed oil
and'with land in the State of
so cheap to form film the shell
assured. raised there. But then we ,have often as a over ;

Florida and the facilities for securing "The world worships success" it been told by people who have been prevents the evaporation from

.) an independent home, there is no good yes there that it is the poorest place to live penetration of air into the egg
does and the who has
\r. reason why any man should be so man developedthe in the world; that everything con- plan has been. _tried satisfactorily.
God-like in his natureand ..-
possesses sumed there is brought from the
shiftless as to remain "a hireling" the
A Novel Method of Destro
the ennobling qualities of trueman- i North, and so the conflicting state-
balance of his If of Bed Bugs.
days. women or-
hood, in short' who has made a success ments confuse till one scarcely knows
Take box fill
to homein a can, or gourd,
dinary ability can aspire a what to believe.
of himself, has achieved the greatest of dirt and put in it a piece of
Florida and do if Now there are doubtless sis
( they ), they can many
success possible to man. By the "sur Find an ant bed; set the box by ;
ters who read the DISPATCH, who have
by and by personal ex-
management the ants will in the box
vival of the fites, he will"inherit theearth" formerly lived in Illinois, who know move ;
ertion this with all odds with cloth and set it
secure cover a by
when he "who struts and stares, all its discomforts and all its pleasuresfor
against them surely no man with intelligence bedstead. Catch one or two
it has after hot
and a
a' that" has passed into oblivion. ( great many
and in the box to the
start
and good habits need fail of -... *-- weather and flies are gone), I wish I drop
In two there will not be
days a bug
his in this would tell us through the DISPATCH '
aspirations respect. We are pleased to insert in this they the house. Then throw the box
I "honor bright which place
"Water always finds its level;" any issue a letter from Mrs. M. W., This method never fails and
they prefer to live and die in. Giveus

farmer who does not bring himself down of Illinois, and though not personally the pro's and con's, and if you can ruined by scalding.. .
F. C. M. BOGGESS
to be a mere slave of work, but who known to her, we feel like giving the convince us that the advantages are Ogden City, Fla. :,

allows himself time, at least to read "right hand of fellowship" to any resi- more than the disadvantages we will .* '

the agricultural papers of the day, and dent of the "Old Sucker State," as come and live neighbor to some of Never wash the feet in warm'w t
Tell us of the flies fleas mosquitoes just before ; Cold
you. except retiring
the that is the ;
of particular locality "hail
profit by experience others, will we
gnats and snakes,as well as the with a little ammonia or salt

nd, even in plain clothes, that he is Irom." The "Great West" is, and fruits ,and flowers. Have ,any of you in, is much pleasanter, and.

not only "lord of the soil," b\1\ t "king ever will be, an object of- interest i and green grass in your door yards, or is healthful. .






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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. THE NEXT ORANGE CHOP: cost, and the country wants the pro- i namely, to convince prospectors that
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T. A. H. MANVILLE., Editor. What Shall we do With It? duct-there is no over-production there is an opportunity to dowel! and
It seems to us the Palatka News is But it is of the greatest importance to make money in this State, and how
Contents. slightly off, in asserting that the next all lines of business in the State-to could this be done with our leading

TKOPICAL. about cultivation PLANTS-The and varieties Banana;,Granadilla more- orange crop/will fall far below most the welfare of the Commonwealththat i industry ]languishing? It could not
; Passlflora Quadrangularls........ 655 calculations.) An increased importation the solution of the marketing be done, the marketing problem must
CITRUS ent varieties GBOVB,manner The Lemon of planting the differ-,cul punished us severely for the I problem be not deferred; we need relief be solved as a part of the great planto
tivation, picking, etc._.__.,._..._..._ 656 induce home-seekers
Which is the hardiest Lemon; Cotton under-estimates industriously dissemi- < to come here
now.From
cost Seed;to Prepared take care Citron of an ;Orange What Grove does it; nated last season, and it is importantthat many sections we have had and develop our resources; the Home
THE The OBCHARD Tardier is-not Budding a shy the Dearer Japan......Persimmon ...... 657 a correct j impression be made* reports of a heavy July orange bloom Market scheme has its part to play in

Pruning,Hand KelseYIKlng Fertilizing OrangeFlgs Unsuccessful especially throughout the North as A correspondent, whose communication inaugurating the great boom.
from.teed; If Animals can be Accli- to the extent of the next crop. To my appears on another page,wants to But we must thank the projectorsof
mated why not Plant White AdriaticTun
Flgs_.**.. ;_.'...._....>_._._ OOff that we will have but half a crop, know what this summer blooming will the Sub-Tropical for enthusing the
What. FABM Becomes-.Improved of the Fertilizer Cow-Penning; Long; which is probably true, gives the im amount to. As the trees have never people with the aggressive spirit thatis
Staple Cotton Seed Meal....................... 658 bloomed so generally at this of bringing about such
of short season important results
Blow Up__ the Stumps; Slop will pression a supply. Few
peo-
EXPOSITION!teach a-Well.The.*.Sub-Tropical.*.._....._...._. _Colonel_......._ 659 ple realize that a full crop means the year, we have no precedent upon It is gratifying to know' that

Kreamer, president; Doctor James H. three million boxes, and that this which to base a conclusion ; but every this enterprise has been removed from
Paine,director
general .to be held In
Springfield_._......-.._;-....._...._....._ 659 year's short crop of a million and a half, year we have a few eratic or peculiarly the field of uncertainty and is now being -
CORRESPONDENCE-Lower Louisiana, its environed trees that blossom out of pushed steadily toward completion.We .
Topography and Pomology; Lake boxes will, under the present no-sy.
county lawaha;June River Bloom; Bloomfield;Opening the Tem-Ock- tern, strain the market to its utmost season,and, as a rule,these individuals give elsewhere an outline of the

HOME porary INTERESTS County-Seat Social.....Status.............of......the..... 660 capacity, if it does not break it completely set little fruit, and ,the little they do final organization (which was crowded a
A Farmer Novel; Give Method us the of Facts Destroying; Recipes Bed down, which is probable, insmuch bear is coarse, spongy and juiceless. out of last issue), with "the plan of
nugs ..._..._.__._......_.................._. 661 as this immense quantity of eWe r do not feel sanguine that this phenomena campaign" suggested by Dr. Paine,
EDITOBIAI/Crop,what-Contents shall we; do The with Next it;Florida Orange I fruit will, under existing circumstances will result in materially increasing subsequently elected Director-Gen-
Waking up;The Home Market............ 662
I the next eral and which in view of this fact
..... .... be forced on the market before i it orange crop. ,
METEOROLOGICAL ........ ......... 663 .
PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT........ ...... 663 has reached perfection, and at a time Florida Waking Up. may now be regarded as an official
MARKETING-How to Market the Crop, pronunciamento. In the site
Views of a Prominent Grower on the I when consumers do not want oranges. Notwithstanding an unusual exodus choosing ,
Storage Florida; Fruit Marketing Exchange our Oranges and Cold, a As Mayor Burbridge forcibly said i in general hard times, and extrordinarily and in electing its officers, the Exposition

company Home Sale organizing Station.......to_....establish...._....._...a. 664 urging the claims of the Home Mar bad weather, Florida is still alive ; indeed Company has been particularly
Another Endorsement of Moremen's fortunate, and these are by no means
ket scheme
the
Jacksonville
Plan; Marketing Oranges; California upon e at this seemingly unpropitioustime
Navels,They sell for|7.00 per box in Board inconsiderable factors of the success
of Trade will ,
New York; Bay Home Grove pledge people not buy she has apparently thrown off .
their crop...**.**.**.**....**..._.-.._......_.... 665 oranges in midwinter when the ther her proverbial lethargy and is moving that seems now assured. "
FLORIDA-Immigration Meeting, Note .
worthy from Gathering over the 8tate.of Representativemen .....................668 7, mometer ranges below zero; and no aggressively forward. The stay-at- The Home Market.In .
Salt Sick Cattle ..._.....**... .....***** 667 plan for successfully marketing this homes, though few in number, certainly its incipiency the Florida Fruit
THE NURSERY- Trees
True to Name Consideration Transplanting for Cus- valuable prbduct can succeed that do not lack grit, and grit is the fruit
tomers; Forest Trees.............................. 668 does embrace Exchange antagonized dealers
not some feasible meth what wins. The dull summer of in Northern markets, and as a resultits
The difference of opinion regardingthe od of holding back the fruit until the 1887 marks the beginning of three efforts to surmount the difficulties
commercial value of cotton seed market is ready to take it. The plain great enterprises either one of which incident to properly marketing the
meal made from the long and short facts are, the half crop of the coming would do credit to a prosperous year. Florida crop has proven abortive.

staple cotton seed, is ably answered in season will be the largest crop ever We refer to home market for oranges, There can be no solution of the mark-
another column by Wm. A. Bours. seen in the State, and unless we have the immigration movement and the eting problem without the co-operation
some radical change in our methodsof sub-tropical exposition. Each has of buyer and seller. This is the
The best varieties of grapes for marketing, will prove an elephanton followed 2S a necessary sequence. The central and most important feature of
Florida are Cynthiana and Nortonfor our hands, bringing even greater sub-tropical conceived first,and under- the home market scheme as promulgated
> wine, and Delaware and Ives for disaster to our groves than the freeze takes to fill the aching void left by by Mr.. Moremen. We are' to
market The European and fancy ot '86 or the glut of '87. the missing tourist, would have but a have.cold storage to relieve the market

varieties have not yet been sufficientlytested We do not believe there is any temporary ,,effect in promoting our and prevent gluts, and to enable those
to warrant their being plantedfor thing to be gained by hiding these prosperity did we not induce some of whose fruit is in danger of freezing on

profit. facts, or rather attempting jto hide its visitors toabide with us. In fact, the trees to hold the same for better

Dr.Paine, recently elected Director- them; they are patent to all who look much as we need winter visitors to fill 1 prices, and advances are to be made

,.General of the Sub-Tropical Exposition beneath the surface, and we can hopefor our hotels and make business lively i in on fruit in storage, and on the trees '
has been active in pushing the no considerable immigration or the season, we are more sorely in needof where it is reasonably safe from frost,
enterprise from its incipiency. He is business boom as long as they exist. immigrants who will take up our but these are merely the details incident .

.eminently fitted for the position; has We would not for a moment have wild lands and make permanent homesin to the execution of a plan off

made a careful study of the subject, the impression go out that the DISPATCH Florida. Hence, the necessity o united action, whereby grower and
.and his heart is in the work. What was skeptical regarding the some effort to induce immigration and dealer co-operate in marketing the
"more could be desired in a Director future of the orange industry, (we believe 5to locate settlers as a powerful auxil- product. :
General ? oranges growing in Florida, render 'lary to the eub tropical, by which the The plan: as elaborated .by Mr.
. normal conditions, to become oneof opportunity thus offered would be Moremen first in the FLORIDA DisPATCH -
,The Church Messenger, of Charlotte, the most remunerative rural pmf rfully utilized. This lead to the agitation and more recently in the daily"
,N. C., and the CHURCH AND HOME, o suits. But we are laboring under; that crystalized in the convention papers (see his last utterance on the
Jacksonville, have been consolidatedand I temporary conditions that are not held in Jacksonville on Wednesdayts subject which we reproduce on another

will hereafter be printed in Jacksonville normal. The present depression results a full account of which appears page), has met the approval not onlyof
under the management of the from the sudden increase of the on another page. the leading business men of the

CHURCH AND HOME and published 1 orange product from an insignificantto The Palatka Board of Trade deserves State, but also of many growers and
weekly, making it a general churchjaper an enormous out-put, and is incident special credit for its foresight and zeal 1 dealers-all whose attention have been

devoted especially to the furtherance I, to the adjustment of the market, in ,eliciting the co-operation of the several rm called to it. Our business men, and
of the work of the church in the which is thrown out of balance by the boards throughout the State, and indeed all thoughtful citizens realize

South.. The paper has a larger field, i introduction of this unexpected factor. pushing the matter to a successful 1 I that the success of the immigration

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1 1Superceding

sition, Indeed of most private enter in maintaining a school of agriculturewith PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. all Others.

prises, depend upon this thing.It all the appliances and means for Mr.Irvin Miller, Walnut Grove, Miss.,
writes "This certifies that I have been
CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher :
will take large capital,very large experimental work, even though no selling Hughes1 Tonic for six years, andas

capital, to inaugurate this enterprise, student ever enter its walls. But prac- THE FLORIDA DISPATCHIs a remedy for chills and fever it has
a 21-page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE, all others in trade. It
superseded
,but the money' is forthcoming, our tical work should be insisted on ; less and HORTICULTURE HOME INTERESTS, INDUSTRY in FLORIDA., IMMIGRATION invariably cures when given my according to

l Business men are prepared to take the of text book and theory, more work in Term. of Subscription. directions and no evil results to the sys-

initiative in the matter and endeavorto the field less of the Science and more Two Dollars per year, in advance, postpaidto tem from its use. For the malarial coun-
any part of the United States or Canada try it is the very medicine we need and
: bring grower and dealer togetheron I of the Art of Agriculture.Em. to foreign countries comprised in Postal the only! one for chills and fever that I can
Union,Two Dollars and Fifty cents.
sell. I send enclosed two other
a platform of common interest. > < The data when the subscription expires is you certificates -
on the Address Label of each paper, the in regard to Hughes' Tonic.
Will the growers cooperate? Will Dubois, of the San Luis and change of which to.a subsequent date be- Could send you one hundred as easily as
comes a receipt for remittance. No other receipt I could two but these; I think will be suf--
they pledge their fruit to the home Andalusia Nurseries,Tallahassee, Fla., is sent unless requested.The ficient."
paper is stopped at expiration of the
market? Do they realize the emergencyof has 120,000 rooted grape vines for this subscription, unless previously renewed. Prepared? bv R. A. Robinson & Co.,
When a change of address is desired, both
Wholesale Druggists Louisville Ky. .
,
the situation? Or must they, as season's trade. They are Florida the old and new addresses should be given.
Sold at retail by Druggists generally.
some fear, be punished still further in grown from Florida raised wood. Remittancesat .
the risk of the sender unless made by
the severe school of experience forcingthe registered letter or by check, express order, Waverly Stock Farm. .
The ,Governor has appointed Col. or postal order, payable to CHAS W. DA- Cows and Heifers in Calf to Panic "
entire State to suffer with them COSTA, Publisher of the tlvrtda Dispatch,
No. 9,420 American Jersey Cattle Club.Panic's .
W. D. Chipley, Prof. A. H. Curtiss ,
under the rod of adversity? To Advertisers.The g. g. dam, Eurotas, No. 2,454,
and Hon. J. G. Knapp to represent DISPATCH is THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL made 778 pounds of butter in one
We are glad the effort is going to JOURNAL or THIS STATE and has a year.
Florida at the American Forestry Con large circulation in Florida and throughoutthe Bomba, No. 10,330, was sired by the

be made now! for we believe the situation gress, which will be held at Springfield United States and foreign countries- Duke of Darlington, No. 2,460-Panic's
wherever the interest is turned Southward. Her calf sold for $12,000.
grandsire
is ripe', and that the growers will Ill., September 14, 15 and 16. It IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING ME- Pedro No. 3,187 sold for $10,000 is
& DIUMS IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Es- a
come forward in a body and give the The Governor has appointed the tate,Nurseries, Transportation lines, Banks, son of Eurotas, No. 2,454-Panic's g. g.
Hotels, and those branches wherein it is desirable SCHBADEB,:BBOS.
.enterprise their moral and material following additional delegates to the to reach our winter visitors or our Tallahassee, Leon County Fla.

support as well as their.fruit. Inter-State Convention of Farmers to rapidly increasing permanent population. -... .

11 --------s --------.. be held in Atlanta, Ga., August 16th, Advertising: Hates Orange Trees for Summer Planting..
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8100 inch first insertion: 50 cents Budded trees of choice varieties three-
Agricultural Schools. 1887 : Uriah Bowden, of Duval ; H. per insertion.Preferred per ,
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inch for each subsequent
to and half inches in diam-
quarters one a
Writing of Agricultural Colleges, D. Berry, W. L. Hunter, W. P. Horn, Positions, Next Reading or on Cover: eter. two-year-old buds; also sour seed-

John Jones, William Jennings and $1.40 per inch first insertion; 70.cents per lings of all sizes, for sale cheap.A. .
and the work
they accomplish, a correspondent inch for each subsequent Insertion.
R. S. Rowe, of Baker; R. B. Stapleton 10 per cent. off on I months' contracts. H. MANVILLE,

says: "Of one thing we of Jackson ; Jesse Thrasher, of ro" on 6" .. Jacksonville, Fla.Why ;
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feel certain, the average Agricultural Citrus ; G. L. Taber and Gordon Tay- Advertisements 30" on UST 12 be acceptable in 4

,College student learns to despise manual lor, of Baker ; W. B. Wynns, of Jackson EVERY THE FLORIDA respect. DISPATCH Is sent free to'' ?

labor and when W. E. Wells, of Citrus ; E. those who advertise in it,as long as adver- go outside of the State to a summer re-
registers a vow tisement sort to spend vacation when
your you
Whitmire' J. V. Dansby and G. W. continues.Address
he graduates never to soil his hands have one of the most delightful of sum-
of Escambia W. C. Zimmerman CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher
Crary, ; FlorlJa. mer watering places in your own State at
by 'contact with mother earth. To a and Nick Barco, of Citrus ; N. Jacksonville, WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,

great extent this is true. Few youths A. Carter, E. G. Liles and W. C. Just Received. on the beautiful Suwannee river in

Summer of Pasco W. E. Hope B. Fresh Turnip Seed. Hamilton county. The waters of this
map out for themselves a life devotedto ; spring are noted for their great curative

cultivating the soil ; as a result the F. Keih and W. J. Bailey, of Her- Fresh Fresh Ruta Cabbage jBaga Seed.Seed. qualities, and constitute one of the finest

nando. pools of sulphur water to be found in
Fresh Plant Seed.
'Department of Practical Agriculture ........ Egg this country. At the Springs is a first-
All varieties. Send in orders.
'i in our Agricultural Colleges is usually The crops of Oadsden county are Remember. I guarantee my seed.your class hotel, with ample accommodationsfor
hot, cold and plunge baths. Reachedby
very poorly supplied with students, looking finely.] Several hundred acres WILLIAM BOURS, the F. R. &N., to Welborn,thence by
20 West Street Jacksonville.
Bay ,
and Departments of Literature, Sci- of tobacco have been planted and it w': hack line, eight miles, over the beautiful

and Art have in, been expected to be manufactured at home.A WEST BROOK, NORTH CAROLINA, hills of middle Florida. Cheap round
ence most cases
Sept. 6th, 1886. trip excursion tickets, including hack

added, in order to attract patronage Georgian, by planting calamus DR. A. T. SHALLENBERGER, fare from Welborn to the Springs, now

adequate to their maintain nce. It is roots in an unhealthy marsh, gathered Rochester, Pa. Dear Sir The two on sale at all F. R. & N., ticket offices.

a valuable of roots, and was no boxes of Pills you sent me did everythingyou For further information, apply to any F.
(no avail to say this ought not to be ; longer troubled crop with impure water. said they would. My son was the R. & N., ticket White or write to O. K.

victim of Malaria, deep-set, by living in Paxton, Prop, Sulphur Springs
that agriculture\ a noble pursuit .
Hotel White Fla.
Springs
Florida two years, and the Antidote has ,
none more elevating-and other plati' Meteorological., done more than five hundred dollars' .

worth of other medicines could have done Cotton -Seed Hull Ashes '
'tulles of this sort, of which alt will ad-
-1 I I for him. I have had one of my neighborstry as prepared by our mills, are without
mit the truth. We must deal with it .. 1oQlga" t *. l :*: : the medicine, and itcured_ him Imme- doubt the best Fertilizer for fruit Ir"r' Ialvlq ::: eS ej e8 Ul
::
as it is. Granting that ambitions boys, COCO .. a 1Ua Ay I :o-o M: H w6roy : diately. I now recommend it to every vegetables used. They contain a very
H one suffering from Malaria. large percentage of Potash and Available
who have the opportunity! seldom wishrJ z THVI 00C, Respectfully yours, Phosphoric Acid, in their best forms for

\ to learn farming, of what avail is a ., Z 'S1iPImnl"JI'8P' uWJ I .htnt, 0 .. .W.-f AV. MONROE. agricultural the furposes. The plants ash, of contain-plantsis

school organization? Of much avail >o C1J HO Strawberry Refrigerators
; 3O *:* V 3to ing every element but nitrogen requiredby
> :MO. "I"",.,laA I .:.to. .co to: .'99.:. ota. For Sale. Apply to No better Fertilizer can
its field of usefulness is a wide one. A 3 C1J < -d -<- t roo 55 any plant.
'} C. WINTON, Mandarin, Fla. be used. These Ashes are put in
p'
few boys do wish this knowledge a Q .. -a -. up
; bags. You get much more value for the
C) eC : nol1aatIO : >
I : rr" 1V For hen lice and insects on vines than in other fertilizer.We .
same
Oc any
;/very large number of the best educated C E:tJtJlJtJaJ: ; 12 money '
: 111 tX2 shrubs, etc., Rough on Rats is claimedto sell in car loads. If less Quantity is

and most progressive men-men !o-!>.. .CO.. be a sure cure. It is worth a trial. wanted, write to us for the address of the

who have prepared themselves for or W bM putt sqipa-ipunq saqoui :;!;.BmH. .3. oh:: See advertisement' -4.in another*. column. dealer nearest you who sells our Cotton'
JrfQJ!: OS Seed Hull Ashes.
finished their life-work in other fields ;M. U'BJtII1U' U"Ba 55 I For Sale. American Oil Company
0813o Improved Florida Seedling Strawberry '
3 18 N.Sweet V
desire a post graduate course of this : J4 Broadway
"tta
Plants and Para Grass Cuttings. Prices
.
.. .
._ 'S1gQ[ ''1 Oro
-It =
I .
.kind. It is true, they may not go and a I U"BaltT :! So rso oo co1SSSS22 ,, .-- Reasonable. Address Seedling Orange Trees.

.
...
S S --- t: y PETER EYCLESHIMEI: ,
sit under the professors' lectures ; but .. oO. s 'r" Auburndale Fla. I have four hundred for sale if
m tlIUtUlutJi \ : ;: ::;I: .:.: cheap
... .
: .Q lID 'tS .
for A. J.BOWEN
,they devour with avidity and apply o AI Eof ogw applied soon. ,
For California.
: Jacksonville Fla.
the information disseminated.Then mml uic' I ) 525, ., .
practical O: .. Readers who wish to know more about -
..
:' a:: -- .aI the genial sunset land of the Pacific WANTED.Copies ; .
there are the practical farmers < .35a :
-c .JQ'19UlUJ\t11 I :" .., r.Mro_ 4 Q..:.:; Slope, its rare products and wonderful of the DISPATCH, issue July 18th, 1
men already engaged in field gardenor 0; .OO$C;aa a ..+. and climate will do well to 1887. Parties who do not file
J n'8 1 t1",\: .:c::) oo.id.) ..... .: ... resources preserve a
cn: I :- = < send cents for a and 12 sample will confer a favor by returning copiesof
orchard work- have not the I. fifty map
they o ..,._....... ___ :-,
. > O a
worth date this office.
*. *. .. .. copies, ( $1.25) of the (illustrated) above to
'time nor means, most of them, to carry o.- '. I.! 1 =o-. PACIFIC RURAL PRESS, the and .
I.l SA ..
1 I on experiments and investigations lead- o -. l ::0". ..i_i ..I. a! best agricultural weekly in the jest, and Van Epps Howard, Eo.Us.Pla.
.
*
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.. Q.:Q...:... CI$ .-1-- one of the freshest and most original Grove contractor and agent. Land
ing to improved methods and results. C%) f- :"s'tI'tS) ct z. W.. home farm papers in the world. [5 cop- cleared, set with tree and taken
E <. .oa s
Here alone we have a field of usefulness -- C1i::s; 'tS Q"0'tS C t .Q t'.I-:; ies, 25 .PACIFIC Jan. I, 1870. care of. Trees furnished. Taxes paid.

wide ...... :".-.1... Address, RURAL PRESS, 220 Satisfaction guaranteed. Terms mOder-
enough to warrant. the State 1 :!)'\ ;>f04 Market St.. San Francisco. ate.EqUfjr .



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.. the orange growers of the State so would not be worth"fifty cents on the to undertake this home market prob '
]'{[ .P ethtg t rich an opportunity of destroying their dollar" in a few years if the present lem. The stock of this company will
proverbial unity! condition of affairs relating to the be placed with growers and buyers.
It may be naturally asked why can marketing of the fruit continued. And These two classes must be mutually
HOW TO MARKET THE: OBOP. harmony of action on the part of the this is the humble opinion of many of interested. No one can sell without a
be in the those who have been interested No without
growers expected one case particularly buyer. one can buy an
'Views of a Prominent Grower on when failing so signally to secure it in in studying the subject.Let offering. We hope by this means to
the Florida Fruit Exchange the other? the grower realize and the pur- establish a mutual confidence between
and Cold Storage. However this is not a question which chaser know that the orange is not seller and buyer, and make both alike
.. .The leader in your issue of the would suggest itself to one who was perishable goods in the former sense of interested in the success of the movement
27tbinst; ., on the Florida Fruit Exchange conversant with the plan proposed. the word, and that its sale is not neces-
has been noted with interest, There is not a grower who would sarily a matter of chance, then orange THE COMPANY'S PLAN.V
and while many of the orangegrowerswill not prefer selling his fruit on his placeto property will be enhanced, rather than The company will open in Jackson-
probably differ from you as to any other method that could be de- fall 50 per. cent.Grower, in'New- ville sale and cold storage rooms and
some of the premises advanced, they vised. Not doing this, his next choice Herald. 'warehouses for the receiving, exhibiting -
will mainly agree as to the conclu- would be the nearest point to his grove. for sale, or for the storage of the
sions. With the market in our own State the MARKETING OUR ORANGES. fruit. The fruit will be offered each
In writing this I think I voice the grower would feel justified in accom A Company Organizing- to Estab- day at auction, with the pooling feature
sentiments of the majority of the growers panying his fruit to the place of sale lish a Home Sale Station. somewhat amended. The pooling
of this vicinity! and if they do not and have the satisfaction of seeing it feature is this: A and B send to
represent the ideas of the growers offered to the purchaser at once if de- It is well known that this orange the auction house ten boxes of oranges
throughout the State generally, agita- sirable. industry has attracted within the past each. These oranges are equal in all
tion, of the subject will at least tendto Cold storage having proved thor ten or fifteen years a large immigration respects. A's oranges are offered
draw them out and show where we oughly successful wherever tried with to this State, and caused heavy when few buyers are present to start ,
the fruits will insure investment of capital. It is also well
stand.We most perishable on. They go at $1.60 per box. B's
cannot admit that prices have preservation of the shipments for such known that within the recent past, ina oranges later, when business becomes
been better by twenty-five per cent. length of time as might be desirable to large measure, both immigrationand brisk, go for $2.50. Make returns at
for the last two orange crops than pre- regulate the supply and demand fea investment have ceased. Is it the these figures. A would at once con- (
viously. If statistics show that the ture, thus giving the grower a feelingof recent cold winters, the ravages of in- clude he had been swindled, and,natu-
crop of 1884-5 netted the grower less a small amount, ,of independence, sects,or any other natural cause averseto rally enough, would not patronize the
than 81 per box, while this might pos which is foreign to him when shippingto the production of the fruit that has auction house. The true market valueof
sibly be true, yet they were necessarily the consignee, who must sell on ar- placed this check upon the influx of that grade of fruit for that day is
incomplete statistics, since results were rival of goods, and who is at perfect immigration and capital? Most certainly $2 per box, and that is the return
not obtained from all the orange growers liberty to report hurried and unsatis-, not. For today the groves are that would be made to A and B.
on which to base these figures. Nor factory sales because of the conditionof maturing a fair crop of fruit. The Now for the amendment to the pool-
could the Exchange be reasonably expected the fruit. The owner is enabled to reason is found in the fact that pros- ing feature. There are growers who
to accomplish 'such results as hold his fruit if prices are not good to- pective investors fail to discover a believe they produce a superior or-
are claimed for it while controlling so day and try them on a better market profit being realized by the owners of ange, or that they pack and grade
small a patronage. Since it sells dailyor to-morrow or the next month with no groves. better than many others, and that
otherwise at auction in the cities of fear of bad results while in storage. WHY DO PROFITS FAIL? they have built up a reputation for
New York, Boston and Chicago, a These are recommendations which no Why do we fail to obtain that an- their brand. It would be wrong to
small proportion of the oranges that other place now in operation' possesses. ticipated profit that induced the in- ask these growers to pool. Now, to
are sold in those cities, why, from this The fact that the Board of Trade of vestment of money and many of the meet this condition, it will be optionalwith
fact, should the buyer be induced to your city, and a probability of other best years of our lives? Is the fruit each seller to pool or put his
give more for his oranges? On the boards in the State, show a partial interest not equal to the best? It is said to be fruit upon its merits. The seller will .
contrary, it is simply additional competition in the subject inspires confidence. the best. Is the cost of production too be required to signify before offeringhis
which is the "life of trade," The projectors of the scheme do not great? Our climate and soil combineto fruit, in writing, which method he
but with the life all the wrong side forth propose nor expect that the Board of produce most prolific results at minimum desires. Another feature of this home
growers. The most sanguine Trade of Jacksonville nor any other cost. Then has the period of market will be the making of private
friends-and we are friends of the board should build or furnish cold overproduction been reached? Surely sales. Sellers and buyers, meeting
Exchange-could only hope for its storage facilities, as one of the members not, since there is only one box for each other after auction hours, can
success providing every grower provedhis intimated in his remarks on the !' every forty people; and Florida is fur- arrange such terms of sales as may
friendship, and thus permitted the subject in yesterday's meeting. They nishing only one-third of the oranges suit them, pay charges and remove
Exchange to monopolize the orange want, however, at least the "moral consumed in this country. Then whyno the fruit, thus giving combined auction -
trade, and thereby regulate the ques- support" which all such enterprises in profit? The answer is found in the with and without pooling, and
tion of supply and demand. their incipient history require. The fact that the right method of market- private sale.
But the naked fact stares the Flor promoters of the scheme also proposeto ing this product has not yet been put
ida fruit exchange in the face, and "begin with the growers," their_ in- into operation. Believing this home DODGING A FREEZE.
they must recognize its existence, tention being to get a certain 'proportion market movement is in the right di- The proposed company would offerto
that former friends are losing faith, of the coming crop guaranteed rection, the careful, considerate atten- the growers in sections where freez-
"
tion of those concerned is ing is feared an advance on all fruit -
not in the soundness of the policy nor the growers; and even this early havea most re-
for all alike will be affectedby stored with them, if an advance is
in final success if worked as intended, goodly number been pledged for quested,
but in its ability to concentrate the disposition in this manner if the prop- the solution of this marketing problem } desired. In sections where freezing is
growers, on which hinges the whole osition is consummated, and these whether grower or buyer. Ma- not expected the fruit can best be held}
matter. And the sooner it discoversthe pledges when made will be good. terial and moral support is at once over on the trees till February at least.
drift of the tide to put it into successful In these sections the company wouldbe
or the directionin These facilities for storing and sellingthe necessary oper-
which this offered ation. willing to take part of the risk by
popular tide could be Florida oranges will be
most easily made to drift, and avail sooner or later in some portion of the OUTLINING THE ENTERPRISE.It making advances upon fruit in
itself of this most natural tendency, State or at some accessible point out is designed in this article to givea grove.To.
the will be the life Fruit While Jacksonville is brief establish such an enterprise as
longer of the of it. not as outline of the enterprise,whichis
Exchange.Let centrally located with reference to the now but in its formative stage. Its this proposes to be is no small task.
Its difficult and critical
the Exchange survive to look "orange belt," she has many advan- full development entirely depends history will be
back with satisfaction over the first tages not possessed now by any other upon the support the growers will written in its first year. The friendsof
will
the
two years of its precarious existence, point for the purpose. give it.% As they are the producers of enterprise not unnecessarilyplace
when it was still in the first stage of f Savannah bids for the cotton crop the fruit, they must also be the initiators burdens upon it, receiving the
formation and crudeness, and feel thatit of this State, and should the same of any method for disposing of it. advance whenever they can afford to
had itself illustrated the meaning of f efforts be made there for a far more This movement, if a success, must wait for sales.
the word co-operation and taken the important industry it would be hers. have the .of the growers. Yet it would be the purpose of the
next step which now offers. Let it The situation as it now exists is of All the capita in Christendomcould company to promptly respond when
co-operate with the movers in the the gravest nature to the owners of accomplish nothing without the called upon,for the vicissitudes through
Moremen proposition for making our orange groves, and also more or less to actual material support of the grower, which the growers have recently passed
will be
own metropolis the headquarters for, every man financially interested in the in sending his fruit to this market fully recognized.UPON .
the sale of the Florida orange crop, State. A prominent business man of Presuming that this support will be WHAT SUCCESS DEPENDS.It .
an ?take this as an amendment, or it- your city remarked, a few days since, given, it is proposed to form a com- is impossible in a newspaper arti-
self be an amendment. Do not give that the orange groves of the State pany with a sufficient paid-up capital cle to'give the many details attaching


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this important matter, so I have frost, they will naturally be ready for desert the Fruit Exchange ship, un- for all iis short-comings, which I do

;. stated as briefly as possible a few of the market first. less,she fumigates and eliminates her not think is just or right, for his duties -

the leading features,and will only add This, however, is a matter that will excrescences, and rallies under the new are too largely ministerial for him

1 now in conclusion that the immediateand regulate itself, as no grower who consults banner of concentration, conservation, to shoulder it all. The man or men

ultimate success of this home his own interest will gather his etc. B. F. LIVINGSTON.Waldo who advocated selling by auction are

} market movement is entirely dependent fruit before it is fully colored. Oranges Fla.,July 2D.,.1887.* the ones I would like to stretch a pole

i upon the growers themselves. They should be as staple an article of com- For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: across. E. B. CARTER.
their'fruit be with fixed for Tampa,Fla.,July 2D, 1887.
must not only promise to merce as cotton, a price CALIFORNIA NAVELS.

sold in Jacksonville, but take stock different grades, so that growers indifferent ; i

and be identified with it, and not feel i parts of the State should They Sell for $7.OOperBox in New- 1UDft O Oa e
that it is an alien. The effect wouldbe know any day what they were sellingat York.

to bring about a better understanding in the market. To accomplishthis MARKEDON'T
Under date of 21st Messrs.
between buyer and seller and es- however, many growers will haveto July ,
tablish that confidence which should learn how to grade their fruit, and Sgobel & Day, of New York, agentsof

exist between them. The legitimate some of them even how to pack it the Florida Fruit Exchange, writeus

trade throughout the country is givingthe properly. These are points on which as follows : ...T B HOU ,
movement hearty endorsement, there is a chance for those who do Our attention has been.called to an ,
and the is when the know how do these to
day coming sender to things right of
article which appeared in your issue Gone where the Woodbine Twineth.Rats .
of a circular asking direct shipments give very valuable assistance to those July 4th, on the subject of the Navel are smart, but "Rouen ON RATS"beats
will be put down as a snide, anda who are not posted.Whenever them. Clears out Rats Mice Roaches Water
orange, signed by Mr. H. Williams.. Bugs, Flies,Beetles, Moths, Ants Mosquitoes,
grower who will so consign will be Jacksonville becomes the In said article there is clause which Bed-bugs, Insects, Potato Bugs, Sparrows,
a
Skunks easel. ,
Gophers Chipmunks Moles
,
his fellows. market will
regarded as an enemy to principal orange buyers reflects on us, because it questions the Musk Rats,Jack Rabbits. Squirrels. .&25c.
\ -M. 8. Moremen, in Time -Union. naturally visit different parts of the the
reliability of one of our reports to HEN LICE."ROUGH
fruit the thus
eoit State trees
,buying upon ,
Time8->Uniont on or about the first of
; For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. transferring the picking, packing, and on RATS" is a complete preventiveand
1
last relative the sale here of
Another Epdorsement of More- April to destroyer of Hen Lice Mix a 25c. box of
.
shipping to the dealer, where it rightfully one carload (not two as Mr. Williams "ROUGH ON RATS" to a pall of whitewash
men's Plan. belongs. It take to keep it well stored up whfle applying. Whitewash -
may years puts it) of Washington Navel oranges the whole Interior of the Hennery;inside
By referring to the DISPATCH of bring about this very desirable result, and outside of the nests, or after hens have
which arrived here at that time from
set a week the "ROUGH RATS"
sprinkle on
May 9th, page 404, you will find a but if the growers will "fight it out on California. We stated that part of dry powder, lightly over the eggs and nest
this line" will be succed bed. The cure is radical and complete.
to
they sure
short article headed, "Make Jackson- the fruit had been sold for $7.00 per .
time. A. F. STYLES.Oak POTATO BUGSFor
uille Market which closes follows some box and ascertained, the fact from (11
the as Bluff Grove, Jacksonville,July 224 we Potato on
"If. Florida ,_*_ Messrs. William T. Coleman & Co., of Vines,Shrubs, Trees, 1 pound
: oranges are ever or half the contents of a $1.00
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. this cit who 'received and sold this box of"ROUGH ON RAs"cultural (Agri
it
sold auction extent
at to
any great Marketing Oranges.. Size) to be thoroughly
must be at some point where the fruit fruit.We mixed with one to two barrelsof
"Hang the banners on the outer walls,for now beg to hand you a letter, plaster,or what is better ah
would naturally concentrate in large the cry Is still they come." slacked lime. Much depends
addressed to us by these gentlemen,
quantities, and which is also easily Co-operation and concentration of upon thorough mixing, so as
which fully confirms our report and to completely distribute the poison. Sprinkle
accessible to buyers. No place combinesall fruit and capital is the first progressivestep It on plants, trees or shrubs when damp or
ask you to give the same publicity to wet, and is quite effective when mixed with
these requisites so fully as Jackson looking to satisfactory prices. this letter and that of Messrs. WilliamT. lime, dusted on without moisture. While in
ville. Thousands of boxes pass throughthe Lay aside all past schemes and the Its concentrated state it Is the most active
Coleman &Co., that you did to that and strongest of al Bug Poisons;when mixed:
city daily, during the season, and ambitious rivalries for leadership, and of Mr. H. S. Williams.The as above is comparatively harmless to animals -
if 'they could not be sold here there fully and heartily endorse Mr. More- or persons in any quantity they would
following is the letter referredto take.preferred to use in liquid<< forma table-
would be but little delay in reaching: men's and Mr. Manville's plan, and spoonful of the full! strength 'ROU H ON RATS'' *
other markets. Now if the will of it. : Powder, well shaken, in a keg of water and
Exchangewill something good surely come applied with a sprinkling pot, spray syringeor
devote, its energies to making Cold storage is practicable; it will NEW YORK, July 19th, 1887. whisk broom,will be found very effective.
Jacksonville the market for Florida concentrate the fruit, as well as keep Messrs. SGOBEL & DAY, New York: all Keep Drug it well stirred and Storekeepers.up while using.15c.,2Sc.l.Sold by

oranges it will (possibly) prove itself it. Then, with prudent und} judicious Referring to your favor of 18th. : ,Chemist Jersey City N.J.

r a 'power of good' to its stockholders 5, management in distributing sell The report wired by you on April 1st

the orange growers andJacksonville. ing, we can say, "Eureka." was correct. We sold nearly all of the

." i We must fight the rings and rascals car at $7.00 per box to arrive, buyers WEBSTER'SUNABRIDGED

This, I believe, was the first sugges- that seek to break down prices. taking the fruit on its reputation. On

tion which ever appeared in any pub- \Vre ,must bind ourselves together ; arrival, some boxes did not open to

lic print, that Jacksonville was. the individually we are weak ; combinedwe our satisfaction and we voluntarily With without Patent Index. -

! proper place to sell Florida oranges. are strong. Our long staple cotton, ducted $2.00 per box. Fruit in whatwe OYbBSTE

It was. an idea bad long entertained, with its delicate, frail fiber, cannot considered proper condition, was f u9OlC4JTIoNriLF

believing that in this direction lay the at nd the least strain or tension individually retained by buyers at $7.00.

answer to the oft-repeated question, ,but combined and twisted to- WM. L. COLEMAN & Co..

How can the orange crop be profitably gether, it can be made into,a rope that By John M. Chapman.

I disposed of?" I have often talked will hold the biggest ship in the most Your Attention is invited to the fact that In pur-

the matter over :with, friends, and finally furious gale. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. chasing the latest Issue of this work,you get

..... made the brief suggestion quoted The fruit speculators will get up i Bay .Home" Grove Pledges Their A Dictionarycontaining

I ,. above, trusting that, some one more some_ heavy gales in order to wreck' Crop.
to the task would "catch but with cables and In to Mr. Moreraen's\ 3000 more words and nearly:2000 more
competent our ship, strong response appeal illustrations than any other American Dictionary.A .
on" to,the scheme and push it forwardto good anchorse will be able to stand "To the Orange Growers of Flor-

.. final success; believe that Mr. the florin until the rough waves subside ida," I wish to say that I am pleased Gazetteer of the World{

Moremen has .already put the matter and then, in peace, we can steer with his plan, so far as expounded, containing over 25,000TitIes with their pronunci-
in such .shape that success is certain. our vessel safe into the harbor. and am authorized by the proprietorof ation and a vast(recently amount added oftother,)and information,

No grower
entire,crop, on the conditions named, industry is i of such a perishable nature this season's crop,providing the necea A Biographical Dictionary .

because if the requisite number is not that it needs artificial protection t to sary number are secured to make his giring pronunciation of names and brief facts

secured he is free to sell where he enable it to stand the vicissitudes of plan successful.\ would like Mr. concerning Carious tables nearly giving 10,000 rateable Noted Information.Persons; also.

pleases, while if the full quota is made climate to which it is subjected. /old Moremen to give more details. I can
Book.
up Jacksonville becomes the orange storage, it seems, will, in a measure, then more intelligently discuss the All in One

market, not for this season only, but obviate that evil. matter with growers here. We have Webster's Unabridged Dictionary is recommended -
for all time. In union there is strength, cooperation two thousand trees in bearing, but will by the State Superintendents of Schools in 36
States, and by leading College Presidents of the
You can mark me down for 4,000 and concentration of labor w capital not have more than four hundred. United States and Canada. It is Standard Au-

boxes (more or less, hope more, but at least it will inspire the confi- boxes this year, our trees having failedto and thority in the with Government the United Printing States Supreme Office. Court It has,

possibly.less). There is one condition dente of capital, for we have to nave bloom. We have also eight thou- been selected in eTery case where State Purchases

whicn growers in this northern section enough of"the filthy tucre" to hull i sand trees from three to six years old ary have upon been which made nearly for Schools all the,and school is the books Diction-are

will have to make-that their fruit cold storage apparatus at least. in grove form, and it occurs to me thatwe

must be sold early-not later than Now, what do our 1 Kruit Exchange are somew hat interested in securingsome based.Get the Latest and Best.

the first of December AJS: .oranges leaders have to say on this ,matter? more satisfactory way of disposing
It is invaluable companion in School
color here earlier than in We would like to hear from Major of our crop than that furnished t.}' and an at every Firesi:
the southern portion of the 'State Fairbanks; Mr. Greenleaf, Major Nor the Fruit Exchange last season. Some testimonials sent prepaid on application.
Published by G. & C. MERRIAM& CO.,
where there is no danger: from ria and others, as we rats are about to are inclined to blame Manager. Ivts Springfield,Mass.,U.S.A.










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from the West to Florida, or from the part of the country at a paying rate of everyone present owned lands for sale,

ploridiana, East to Florida, a person has to buy a freight, while Florida, so much nearer and while he had heard a great deal

... first-class ticket whether an emigrantor the great commercial markets, cannotdo about reduced railroad rates, he had
IMMIGRATION- :ME.tJwG.]- tourist. The rate from New Yorkis so. What have we here from various heard nothing of reduced prices of

$31 and from Cincinnati $22. This parts to induce travel? Simply ]lands. It would cost the railroads

Noteworthy, Gathering of Representative State has never taken up this matteror first-class tickets, while to California alone $200,000 to get up an equipmentfor

Men From made any effort to bring about a they have various grades of tickets. immigrant cars,while there was nota
Over the State.A concession of rates so as to enable peo- We want reduced rates also, and we road in the State that had any sur-

convention of the representativemen ple to come to this State. They gen- are here now for the purpose of demanding plus cash on hand with which to

of the State was held at the Boardof erally come here as tourists and as our rights.PASSENGER I meet those expenses. It could not be

Trade Rooms, Jacksonville, Wed- pleasure-seekers, but what we want is AND FREIGHT RATES.I I expected that the railroads should do
nesday and Thursday of last week. men who come for homes for them- The committee of thirteen presentedthe all the work. The old adage that the

Col. R. W. Davis, of Palatka, was selves and their families. I desire to following report : "Lord helps those who help them-

chosen chairman and J. H.Fairlie, of say that in taking hold of this ques Your committee, having consideredthe selves" was applicable in this case.

Jacksonville,secretary. Every countywas tion of passenger rates this is the subject of "passenger and 'excursion Instead of depending entirely upon
represented excepting Baker,Cal- greatest question that can be presentedto rates to Florida," respectfully the railroads, the citizens themselves

houn, Columbia, Dade, Franklin, this convention. I understand and recommend .the adoption of the following should put their shoulders to the wheel,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Liberty, Madison am informed that the Western roa shave preamble and resolutions : and assist themselves, and they would

Manatee, Monroe, Nassau, anta always been willing to make low WHEREAS, We regard cheap trans- find that the railroads would come to
Rosa, Taylor Wakulla, Washington, rates to Florida and also the Eastern their rescue.
portation rates to Florida as being a
Lee, DeSoto and Citrus. roads, but I regret to say these efforts primary importance in securing travel PROFESSOR BOSWORTH SPEAKS.

After thanking the convention for have never been met by our railroadsin and immigration to the State ; and Professor Frank Bosworth, of Cres-

the honor of being called upon to pre- Florida in that conciliatory spiritin WHEREAS, transportation n com- cent City, was invited to address the
side, Col. Davis said: "No more im. which we have a right to expect
panies and the people of Florida are convention. He was in favor of lib-
portant convention, in my humble them to do, and I say if we can do
equally interested in promoting these eral advertising. He said that over
opinion, has ever assembled in this anything to bring about a change I ends, the Northern Pacific Railroad solid
State than this one. The field which think we will have accomplished some- .
Resolved, That the convention respectfully immigration trains of six sleeping cars
spreads out before us to-day is almost thing that will be a credit to ourselvesand
the transportationlines left Chicago for Washington Territoryand
urge upon
i illimitable in importance. I shall not of great advantage to the State." the importance of giving the other parts in the extreme Northwest -
undertake to forestall those who will The following gentlemen were elect- t
lowest possible passenger and freight every other day crowded with
follow me by suggesting the line of ed Vice-Presidents:
rates for immigrants. tourists to passengers. The regular first-class
business you should pursue. There.are Captain J. M. Barco, of Levy; Mr. and through Florida, and that they rates were put down as low as $37,
those who have prepared themselvesfor P. C. Fisher: of Clay; General Bul-
provide immigrant sleepers similar to and if; on arriving at their destina-
this duty and I will not forestall lock, of Marion; Judge J. W. Ashby, those now in use on the transcontinental tion, they became settlers $20 of the
of Mr. J. F. Richmond of
them. Alachua; lines running to California.The $37 was refunded. The citizens of the
Mayor Burbridge was introduced to Lake; Colonels J. J. Daniel and J. Q.
committee of thirteen presentedthe State hold out some inducements and
the convention, and spoke as follows: Burbridge, of Duval; Mr.\ J. A. Balt- following report: guarantees to the railroad companiesthat
Mr.'President and Gentlemen : It is zel, of Jackson; Colonel John A. McDonald would lose the
they nothing by
AN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
a great pleasure as mayor of this cityto of Lake.A reductions in the rates. So far as he
extend committee of thirteen Resolved,That this convention selectan
to you our sincere thanksfor was. appointed was concerned, he would sub3cribe
order of business and sub- Executive Committee to consist of
your having selected this as the i on to $100 if would do
man
place for your meeting. I cordially mit subjects for discussion. one member from each county of the every present
so, as'a guarantee to the roads to secure -
welcome and desire to DISCUSSING IMMIGRATION. State, to be known as the ExecutiveCommittee
assure
you you I them against any losses, and he
that everything we can do in our powerto Under the discussion of immigration of the Florida Immigration believed that their business would be

enable you to discharge the duties Mayor\ Burbridge, in order to call Convention, whose president shall so greatly increased by virtue of the
you can count upon us to do it. The the attention of the convention to the reside in Jacksonville. Five membersof reduced rates, that he would not haveto
city of Jacksonville can never of the made this committee shall constitute a
prosper importance question, some pay $1 of the amount to the compa-
unless the material interests of the quorum for the transaction of business.
very pertinent remarks on the subject.In nies to renumerate the railroads for
State are fully developed and his should Reasonable notice of meetings shall
some opinion we point out to losses. He was particularly severe
movement inaugurated to take up the the North and East, in no unmistak-- be given to all members of said com- upon the fraudulent land swindles

vacant lands scattered throughout our able terms, what our numerous advantages mittee. which have been doing the State so
State. We,therefore, are peculiarly are, not in the growing of or- Resolved, That the said committee much injury for past. He re-
interested in your work, because any- anges and other fruits and vegetables, be subject to the call of the president, ferred to the St.Andrew years Bay schemeas

thing you do which will be for the for the question would naturally arise, and t that it represent this conventionin the most colossal fraud that he had

development of the material resources what do we with the products after we all matters of public interest relat- ever heard of.: These frauds shouldbe
of this State and the State's prosperitywill raise them? for the transportation rates ing to passenger and immigrationrates and if
exposed possible
wiped up
into and through the State.
aid in
the prosperity of Jackson- are so high that we cannot market themto from the face of the earth. It was
ville. and such will be On motion, Mr. Alfred Bishop Ma-
advantage, always for the citizens to work earn-
"We son, of the J., T. & K. W., was invi- necessary
are intimately} connected together the case until some concessions are and
estly, together, to secure the objects -
and we should\ Work together.I made by the railroads. Colonel Bur- ted to address the convention.MR. so much desired.

desire to say on the part of the citi- bridge referred to a meeting held in MASON'S SPEECH.
zens of Jacksonville that in the futurein Atlanta some time ago, at which the Mr. Mason said that he did not COLONEL FORBES SPRA KR.

every thing that you,. thepeople representatives of the Western and come to teach but,_ to_ learn_ and also_ Colonel W. T._ Forbes was _called !,
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01 the State) attemptto Eastern roads agreed to make a con- to express the regrets of Mr. Moranat for, and expressed his views at lengthon

do in directing immigration siderable reduction in the rates to his inability to attend the conven- the subject of immigration, being
to our State, in using every Florida. They telegraphed to the tion, as well as to meet with what freely applauded. He also dwelt at /
effort to get concessions on the rail- I lines in this State to see if they would could be seen at a glance was one of length; upon the advantages of the
roads to this State, the people of Jacksonville I meet the reduction. One of the lines the most truly representative assem- Sub-Tropical Exposition, and urgedall

_ will co-operate with you. I agreed to it, the others refused. They blages that he had seen during his six present to use their influence in
think the great trouble we have here- would not consent to take less than years of residence in this State. Referring making it a success. He also strongly
tofore met with is this: In the Western four and five cents per mile after the to the matter of delegates from urged the organization of an immigration -

States they have taken an interest in soil of Florida was reached. These the railroad, he said that they could society.At .
the question of immigration. They roads complain that they cannot make i not be appointed without a meeting of the conclusion Colonel Forbes'remarks

have sent their representatives East dividends at lour and five cents per the railroad directors, which would the committee of thirteen
and these have met with the repre- mile. In the speaker's opinion, they require several days. He could not made its final report and asked to be

sentatives of different railroads and never would make dividends until,they speak on the rate question, but his discharged.The .
they have agreed upon cheap trans- came down from the present rates to feelings were the same as those of all report is as follows:

portation to the Western States. They one and one and< a half cents per mile. others interested in the welfare of FINAL REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE.

have agreed upon such rates as will This would encourage immigration, Florida, and that is a desire to see immigration Your committee further recom
enable a man to buy a ticket to the the settling up of the vacant lands, turned to the State, and if mends:
West, hunt and buy a home for himself and a great impetus to business gen- it was possible he would be glad to see First. That there be organized in

and family. But we in Florida erally. Throughout the West combi- immigrant rates put on. He desiredto each of the counties of the State a

have relied upon our natural .attrac- nations,and concessions are made by make one suggestion however, and County Committee under the super-
tions. the railroads, so that now far-off Cal- that was that it was not fair to expectthe vision of the members.of Executive

:"It is, a significant. ,fact .that to go4s.a ifornia can ship her products to any railroads to do it all. Almost Committee of the county who shall co666 -
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operate with the Executive Committee the report of the committee was adopted ages, and in all localities where thereare
in the discharge of its duties as far as a whole.A clear water lakes and sand scrubs.It 800,000, ACRES

as practicable. And to that end the committee of three was appointedto prevails more among calves and
said committees collect and have care- select the Executive Committee. yearlings than of any other age, but

fully prepared and published, truthful Their report was received. few ever recovering, possibly half,, FLORIDA LANDS, .
descriptions of their respective counties The convention adjourned to Pablo, which require about twelve months to "
Situated In tbe Counties of Nassau Duval, ,
t the productions of the soil and and then adjourned subject to the call fully recuperate.The Columbia,Suwanee,Alachna,Lafayette! Marion -

climate, schools and church facilities, of the president, who was authorizedto cowboys of Polk and Manatee Brevard, HernandoSumter, Polk, Hillsborough, Orange, Manatee, Volusta--and;
etc.,etc., of which they shall furnish make such call whenever he is no- have always tried to keep their cattle Monroe. i

the Executive Committee with copiesfor tified by the,Executive Committee that away from the lakes, and that is one
distribution. And we further: in their opinion the cause of immigration cause why the Polk region has not TOWN LOTSIn

earnestly recommend that they take:; -demands such meeting; and that been populated by the "Old Timers." tbe Towns of Kissimmee,Winter Haven,

such steps immediately as they may the County Commissioners of each and As to a remedy, it has been said cop Seffher Gordonville, Mango,Bartow,Orient,Auburndale Eagle Lake, Lakeland, Haskell,,
deem most expedient for raising funds every county in this State be requestedto peras, sulphur, equal parts, mixed Kathleen, Richland. Bade City, Owensboroand
sufficient to defray the expenses of the send three additional delegates to with faIt, I can't say as to its efficacy. Map Pemberton.A and Descriptive Notes showing the
Executive Committee, and of an agent such meeting from their respective GEO. W. HENDRY.Fort location of these lands will be furnished on
application to the Land Department of the
whose duty it shall be to visit the counties, appointed by theracelves. Meade, Fla,,July 24, 1887. South Florida Railroad Company.
North and Northwest for the purposeof Each town or locality not representedat
inviting immigration to their respective this convention be invited to send Beautiful New Upright GEO. Fox,
Piano Rose-
: counties, and procuring them three delegates to any future meeting.The wood Case,only,$165. r Chief Clerk,
w immigration tickets. Executive Committee met and New Organs only SANFORD, FI,A.
Second. That the encouragement organized as follows: $60. Greatest Bar WILL BUY THE BEST '
SAW
.. and hearty support of the people, and President-J. J.*Daniel; first vice- Established gains "Ever 28 Offered. $200- '

the co-operation of transpoi tation lines president-John P. Wall, M.\ D of For Catalogues,years.address _________ MILL
with such enterprises as the Sub- Tampa; second vice-president, John L. Gem Piano and Organ Co. If _L: :__ .
Tropical Exposition to be held in Inglis[ of Madison; third vicepresident Washington. ,N.J., &A.HARDWARE. _- "- 'i '1iI" .
> Jacksonville, the South Florida Ex.position Samuel A. Swann, of Fernan- 'I"n:=
FOR THE MONEY. _
to be held at Sanford, Lake dina; fourth vice-president, Martin Write for Illustrated Descriptive Circular.
Weir Chau tau qua, the Florida Chau- Griffin, Sr., of Palatka; fifth vice- RICHMOND MACHINE WORKS,m "lliA.

tauqua at.DeFuniak Springs, the State president, C. C. Banfill, of DeFuniak PIANOS ORGANS & MUSIOAL GOODS
Sunday-school Chautauqua at Mount springs; secretary and treasurer, W. ,

Dora, and all similar enterprises, will I T. Forbes; central executive committee Genuine Bargains.
be great aids to immigration; and we I J. J. Daniel, W. T.. Forbes, C. B. GEO. L. MoCoNiHE, ,
believe that the transportation lines yicClenny, C. C.' Bemis, Robert Bullock -

will equally benefit themselves the Walter-Gwynn, Martin Griffin (New Building at Old Stand.) Belnr Sole Agents In the South for

State by giving the lowest possiblerates Sr., and L. F. Jennes. I CHICKERING, MASON & HAMLIN,.MA-
to those visiting these enterprises. The secretary was instructed to have 40 & 42 West Bay-St., Jacksonville, Fla. THUSHEK: BENT & ARIONORGANS-
Third. That to make this move- printed as soon as plans, etc., can be .

ment the success that its importance formulated, the proceedings of the PIANOS, ',:i:
deserves, it is eminently necessary convention, together with the plans,in .t
that there should be co-operation upon pamphlet form for general distribu- Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves and Tinware, ;;
the part of the citizens of every seation ; Honsefurnighing Goods, Granite and
tion.The Agate Ware, Sash, Doors, Blinds
of the State as well as that of president was instructed to
ap- Oils, Agricultural Implements, MASON & HAMLIN, BAY STATE,
the transportation lines. point three delegates to attend the Iron and Steel,Rope,Belting, PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.
Fourth. That the Executive Com- meeting of the Southern PassengerAgent's Hose and Packing,Pumps

mittee establish an office in the city of !. Convention, at his earliest Steam and Water Pipe Everyone given benefit of our one price system -
Jacksonville and employ a compe- convenience, which he proceeded to and Fittings, Four and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy
Steel Galvanized terms of payment,and payment of freight as-,
tent and intelligent man as secretaryfor do.On Fence Wire, sumed by us to Purchaser's nearest R.R.or
the purpose of supplying information motion, it was decided that work Mantels, I steamboat landing. ::

and promoting immigrationinto should be immediately commenced I Grates,
the State. throughout the State, and interest in Etc.Agent. .J .

Your committee of thirteen respect; immigration. be worked up. In view VIOLINS, GUITARS BANJOS AC-
fully submit this final report: of this the Central Committee was instructed '
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In addition to the recommendationfor to formulate plans at the ear CORDEONS .

voluntary organization looking to liest time possible and call county For and all kinds of small instruments offered< at'
the furtherance of immigration, the meetings for the purpose of having Orange LIghtning Fowd orFarmers'Friendand lowest prices. Send for our Illustrated cata

committee desires to impress upon the county societies organized, and thus Boss Plows, Dangler 011 Stoves, logue.
convention the importance of organ get the people interested. Perry & Co's Celebrated Stoves and
izing a corporate body with a capital After some general discussion the Ranges,Southern (St. Lows) White .
not less than $25,000 or more than committee adjourned to meet a+, the Lead,Masury's Pure Colors in Oil,
a $500,000, to be known as the Florida Board of Trade room at 10 o'clock Masury's Railroad &1 IJquIdPai'nts Artist materials*
Fairbanks'Standard
Immigration Society, the object of Friday morning. Scales. Picture Frames,
which shall be to induce, promote and Fine Pictures
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encourage immigration into the State For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. STATE AGENT FOR Fancy Goods, '
of Florida. By the organization ofa "Salt Sick" Cattle.I Albums, Stationery

stock company of this Kind the object judge that the disease of the cows Chattanooga Stove Co's We can Kave_yon money" In anything in
of this convention can, in the opinion referred to by Mr. J. H. S. in the Music prices., Art or Fancy Goods. Write us for_; .

of this committee, best be assured. DISPATCH of July 18th, is what' the ..
All of which is respectfully sub- cowboys call "salt sick." Why they LOOKOUT STOVES. ."",'

mitted, and your committee, respect- call it by that name, I am unable to --
SAME AS IN CHATTANOOGA.
fully ask to be discharged.C. say, unless for the reason that cattle PRICES LUDDEN & BATES, S. M.H

i C. BEMIS, Chairman. take it on the sea coast. I have often << -Tin Roofing,Sheet Iron,-Copperand Tin SAVANNAH. OA.UNIVERSITY..
MAHLON GORE, Secretary.On heard the cause warmly discussed by sink to-- order.-

motion, the report was receivedand the cowboys, and the subject pursued .
laid on the table for further action until the last theory would be knocked. VANDERBILT

Thursday, and the committee was dis- into a cocked hat, as calves are often
chttlcci. sick at birth, unable to stand and die -_ .
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On. moti n, the thanks of the con-, without having eaten jor drank any ---- i :
vention WCAC unanimously extended thing. The real cause will never be i = = SEVEN DEPARTMENTS!
Science ana
OKFAKTV ESTS of Ititer&tore.
to committee for its valuable services,. known unless there are more causes ._ _,'- Philosophy, Engineejrlnff. Law.Tne.olojpy. -
% .and Pharmacy open September zi.
On motion, the convention ad. than one. Strange a cow in perfect t "\ "\" --- Students Theology are furnished. rooms
journed until 9 o'clock, sun time health and very fat, will give birth to Y in Wesley Ball of and Medicine tuition and FREE.PxPABTxerrs Dentutry
= '_1 Oct.1st., 1887. FEES: In Academic.Engteeerlnsr. .
open
Thursday morning.The a calf deathly sick, which may never Pharmacy and Dental! DeLaw100Medical
convention met Thursday morn. walk, and should it walk will soon die, partments.|OO; Biblical.;' $65 each$US; T lc&tIoogyfreen .
ing, and after considerable discussion This disease is common among al]1 Catalogue free on
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668 -THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. [AUGUST 8,1887.The *

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buy "cheap" trees, and find out in a stemmed,. and vigorous and wise meas- ONE MILLIONFruit

J'ulfseIZ1.! few years that they have made a mis- ures of restoration adopted.-C. L. Vine*Tree. Strawberry Grape

take. They ought to have had sense :Watrous, Nursery men98 Convention. Plants, Etc.

Transplanting. enough in the beginning to have Willow Selling Lake low Nursery.at

**** known this, or else kept out of the Descriptive catalogueand
"If'.is not nature's design that a tree business of fruit growing.We GRAPE VINESSalted price list mailed free

should be transplanted; the seed is know of a gentleman who on Sam application 11. Itiimid Address.

sOwn, .,the tree springs up, and there it planted an orchard in 1884, consistingof to the Soil and Climate of Marsha vile,da.

stands until age and decay brings it oranges, lemons,peaches, pears, etc. FLORIDA KELSEY JAPAN PLUMA
to the ground. The seeds are carried His oranges were all warranted to be SPECIALTY.
from place to place by the winds, the Navels and his peaches Lemon Clings. Three, six and twelve months buds; 2,000
AND FOR SALE AT .
GROWN
two-year old* Some fruited this year.
streams, the birds and animals, and if The present year one of his peach Botan.Marianna.Purple Leaf and Limon

it finds a congenial spot it grows, and trees fruited, the others showing no San Luis and Andalusia Nurseries, best Plum for on all Florida sections Seedling of Florida.Plum Eureka stock, Peen-the

the tree is soon ready to do its share signs of fruit. When his half dozen Near TALLAHASSEE, FLA. To.Honey,best October and other Peaches on
Florida stock. Japan Persimmon,
peach
toward its
perpetuating species. peaches were ripe he discovered that E. DUBOIS, Manager. Grapes,Oranges, etc. Price list ready soon
Man is not satisfied with this slow Inspection
nectarines I His exreri-
they were solicited.A.
Send for Catalogue and order early. Send, CAf.LAIIAN,
and uncertain method of distribution.By ence with the oranges was equally bad, also,for Price List of flrop.Eureka,Nursery,Melrose,Clay Co.,Fla.

care and protection he propagatesmany as one of the Navel trees produced a The Hoffman
plants where only a few, if any, very fine Mediterranean Sweet orange FLORIDA WINES. Seedling Strawberry.This .

would naturally grow. Then, to distribute last winter.It extra early) and most prolific berry,

the plants where he chooses to is very important for the fruit AIRVIEW. NURSERIES, now grown very extensively around Charleston -

have them, he resorts to the processof grower to get plants) true to name. and Norfolk for Its great shipping quality ..
and its handsome color and size,Is the best
.transplanting, and :it is surprising O. II. THATCHER
{: only The only safe plan is to buy direct of berry now grown for the Northern market
that it can be carrIed..on so first-class nurserymen who have madea and has superseded all other varieties wherever l'
Manager,
successfully under all circumstances as reputation for fair dealing. The Introduced. I am now growing a large I

itis.A best nurserymen have a reputation San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida., stock of plant that Is now ready for the fall
tree or shrub to be successfully that they do not wish to lose by cheating trade A 1 parties wishing to try them will
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please apply.me for circulars, as I will sell
transplanted must undergo a certain and defrauding their customers. them at a low rate. (
amount, of preparation in the nursery This would ruin their business; as well and The other best Citrus varieties Fruits.of the Orange and Lemon very

: or greenhouse. In nature theroots as injure their customers. The best of OLIVER MOORE,
Choice varieties of the Fig,oi r"Cent.lntro
of the tree continue pushing us make mistakes so do 15 Blake Street, Charleston, S. C.Grows .
nurserymen, duction. ,_ __,_ __
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outwards in search of food and mois- who at the shipping season of trees and
.
The Cattley Guava,both he Red and Yel
ture, and become, after a few years, plants, bave perhaps a hundred men

very long and widely extended, with digging, trees and plants, and any care low.The Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto ti p i1.
the young or feeding roots at the ex- lessness on their part of keeping the the soil and climate of Florida. 'L'a

tremities far away from the tree andso trees and plants separate will mix the The Japan Plum,varieties of the Mulberry o
twisted among the stones in the yarieties, and the customer finds to FTart's joice Bananas,Grapes, ,Pecans,etc.49Ca 1

soil and among the roots of other trees his cost that he has different fruiis alogno free on application. Z

that it is not possible to get them, and from the kind ordered.Rural Cali- REFEBJNCES-crosby!: &Gowen San Mateo; all kinds of Fruit Trees and Vines,
when the tree is dug nothing but! fornian. Hon. O. W. Lyle, San Mateo; W. J. Webb, mons Large,stock Peen-to LeConte, etc.and Peach other Seedlings Pears,Persim-cheap.

stiff stubbs, bare of fibers, are presented Send for Catalogue.W.
A tree in this condition has Consideration for Customers-For- Palatka.PI1ME SUPS .W.THOMPSON Smithville,Ga

little chance of living, for the fine est Trees.

fibrous or feeding roots are very neces- Nurserymen must be leaders of pub- ORANGE TREES
sary. They are obtained in the nurs-
lic in
opinion solving the questionpf Red Spanish or Key Largo Large, '13.50per FORSlimmer'
ery by frequent removals or root prun- what,to plant, and while the duty 1.000; $115 per 10,000.
ings. When a root is cut off it begins Spanish or Key Largo,Small,$11.50 per .
of each leads him to strongly urge the 1.000( ; |9oper 10,000. > '
immediately to heal by forming gran. sale of valuable plants,it just as strongly Porto Rico,Birdseye,Sugar Loaf and Egyp- Planting.Budded .
tian Queen,$l.25per dozen; $7.50 per 100.
ulations between the bark and wood
; commands him to refrain from Cavendish Banana Suckers, not
from these granulations spring numer- Eyes, |8 per 100.
selling himself, or by his agent, to the Carefully packed and delivered at freight
ous fine fibrous roots. In four or five innocent or ignorant purchaser, ar- house free of charge. ,. Trees of Choice.Varieties
Terms, Cash with order.
years the stronger ones of these push ticles unfit for the where
region theyare References Wm. A. Bours, Tysen, Smith
off away from the tree, and must be to be This to &Co. Also IK Inches diameter ,two year old buds.
planted. duty
our JOHN B. BEACH, Sour Seedlings all sizes. For sale cheap.A. .
again cut by pruning or transplantingto friends, our customers, cannot be too Indian River Nurseries, II. (MANVILLE,
keep them within bounds. If the sacredly performed. Does not the Melbourne. Florida. Jacksonville.

trees are carefully dug two or three to the educated also
duty
nurseryman -
Nurseries of Lake Weir Co. w RIPE1f: UI
after this root-pruning
years process, call him to an extra effort towards re-
it will be seen that all the fibrous roots clothing our denuded hillsides with 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees, "How to Grow LeConte, KelflTer,

will be obtained, as they do not ex- forests, by urging the sale and plant- ,. Our trees are very thrifty,three and four Bartlett, and Other Pearsin
year old stock,%to \% inch diameter,with
tend far from the Then with
tree. ing of timber trees? The forest area I one year old buds. Nurseries easil the South." Free.
proper care in after transplanting,success of nearly all the States is far below sible to Florida Address Southern Railroad. lend for .
Catalogues. \V. JENNINGS & CO., ,
is certain. With more frequent ,the healthful) limit for civilized fruits E.B.FOSTER,ManagerdneQtlv Ff. T Thomasvllle, Ga. ..
South Lake W ir.
and the
transplanting root-pruning and civilized men. Burning drouthsin
fibers will be made so numerous and summer, devastating floods in SWITZERLAND NURSERIES. i-
closely packed that the soil will be re. unobstructed in winter
tained them spring, gales Peen-to, Honey and Bidwell's early peach trees. Kelsey, Botan and other plum trees.
and the
among tree may with lessened snowfall and greatly increased .-. Grape Vines, Blackberry and Strawberry Plants.
be removed with heavy ball.of earth
a depth of soil-freezing, strikingat A Nur ery at; Your Own Door.A .
attached to the roots. This gives them the life of fruit trees and plants, specialty made of sending all kinds of trees and plants by mail, and safe arrival guar-
protection from the action of the sun are a few ,of the consequences follow anteed. Price lists,free to all,will be sent out September 1st. Address ,
W. C. STEELE, manager,
and drying winds, and makes success ing a generation of forest destruction.No _Switzerland,St.Johns County Fla.
more certain than with such care as man here but knows the facts and

trees usually receive. A tree or shrubin the dangers. Spain, Italy, and Southern SHELL POND NURSERIES.Peaches .
this condition is much like
a plant France are the examples ever be-
taken from a pot where it has been fore of the terrible
our conse-
eyes,
growing?. Vick's Magazine. .. for August. quences following forest destruction.The Pears, Figs, Plums, Kelsey Plum and Other Fruits.. ,

herbage and the soil soon followed } Send for circular. Circular contains short history of peach culture In Florida,and hintsas

Trees True to Name. the forests, leaving only rocky to culture. JAS. P. DePA S, Archer,Fla.

We can hardly conceive.of anythingmore wastes. A journey through our older

vexatious than to buy a lot of bettled States reveals to the observanteye INXERLACHEN NURSERIES, .

trees, plant them in good soil, give too many indications that the .
them careful culture for three years, same course has already begun there. Eustis, Lake County. Fla.,
and then discover when fruiting time If greater knowledge brings heavier Offer for sale a stock of budded orange trees of all leading varieties, including the

comes that they are not at all what duties, the nurserymen of the country RIVERSIDE; fJLVJiI! ,
Budded entirely from buds received this season from Riverside. Cal. Bid well, Peen-to and
the nurseryman said they were. We should bestir themselves in.this behalf, Honey Peaches,Kelsey and other Japan Plums. All home grown. Best native and foreign
grapes,Including a large stock of BlackHambnrg. White Adriatic and other:flgs,. .Persimmons
have with the who that the tide of destruction
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CLEAR WATER NURSERIES. BIDWELL'S EARLY PEACH.

Choice and Improved Varieties of Tropical and Semi-Tropical
.
i Fruits Plants Bulbs and JFlowers. A seedling of the Peen-to;by A. I. Bid well, of Orlando, Fla.; in quality best, sprightly,
juicy and sweet; the only variety yet brought forward ripening with the Peen-to.it is supe-
Special attention given to setting and tending groves 1 budding and pruning old rior to the latter in size and quality;it is not flat like the Peen-to but is a round peach of
ones,planting Lawns and Flower Gardens. All work I:6r'"We are also agentsfor standard shape and high color. The original tree,the seed of which was planted in the win-
uueY'a Coulter Harrow and the old reliable brand of Geo. W. Baker's Flesh, Blood and ter of 1882 is now six inches in diameter and has fruited finely the past three seasons,yielding
Bone Fertilizer. All inquiries promptly answered. Send for Catalogue. Call on or address four bushels this season,the first ripening May 7th,to-day(May OTT) left on the tree are
JUTROAH BRO'S, Clear Water Harbor,HUlsboro'County,Fla. ready for market. __JAS. lI _, Orlando, Fla.


The Lakeland Nursery CompanyAre FLORIDA GROWN PEACH TREES,


now in readiness to forward a copy of their Plums Olive Trees Lemons Pecans
Kelsey Japan Oranges,Figs, ,
.:.SUMMEB.: PB.IOE: LIST By the dozen,hundred or thousand,also a full supply of other Nursery stock adapted to
,Florida and the Gulf States. Am now booking orders for Fall delivery season of
1 TO ANY ADDRESS FREE ON APPLICATION. 188788. Write for Prices. Catalogue free on application.

Communicate with E. H. TISON, )Manager GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES,
June 15,1887. Lakeland Polk Co..Fla) G. L. TABER, PJopr.: ,Glen St.Mary,Fla.:


Gral.t1e.v-111e: : l u.rseries, BAY VIEW I NURSERIES.I


GAINESVILLE, FLO KID A. CHOICEST VARIETIES OF

". NEW PEACHES A SPECIALTY. 5,000 Superiors, ripens in May, size above medium Budded Orange and Lemon Trees
quality best of all. 5X00 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
10,000 Kelsey Japan Plums; 2.000 LeConte Pears. 20,000 Japan PErslmmons, 2 to 10 feet and especially] adapted to outh Florida.An .
high,and 100.000 Orange trees,of all good varieties,win be sold CHEAP FOR CASH inspection is invited. All inquiries bv mail promptly answered. Catalogues sent free
I' Many miss it who buy elsewhere. on application._, It, I). HOYT, Bay View Hillsborough: Co.. Fla.


p Lemons !I Lemons !! !i Genuine Navels. ROYAL PALM NURSERIES. .

1 ORDER NOW, before our stock oi Villa Franca Lemons is out. We have Just sold 7,600 ,
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." Rare exotic plants of all descriptions for summer planting. Rare and new fruits.
We have also a beautiful of the GENUINE Washington Navels,budded from one of Palms,Acacias,Agaves,Aloes, Cacti and Flowering Plants. A general line of Citrus Trees
') the ORIGINAL TREES we received from Washington nine years since. Also most all and Nursery stock suitable for Florida.
other varieties of Orange,Lemon and Lime.
The Double Imperial Navel and Atwood's Seedless Navel we now offer for the first time Price of catalogue(of 93 pages)15 cents,postpaid.: Mailed free to all customers.
to the Florida Orange Growers. We shall have for Fall and Winter delivery a few hundredof REASONER BROS.,
each of these varieties KEDKEY & CAREY, Winter Park,Fla. _Manatee, Florida.


THE CITRA I NURSERIESHave I' GEORGETOWN NURSERIES.


on hand and for sale a large stock of flue LEMON AND ORANGE TREES

Budded and. Sweet Seedling Orange Trees. Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy locks
'_ Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line
Stocks five and buds one,two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; well. rult Trees suitable to Florida. Address, -
grown and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees,Roses,etc. Send for
descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhere.L. ..AkJ=3ODfcT: "V\7".A-IE, O-eorgretown, Fla.

W. LIPSEY & CO., .. CItra, Marion Co., Fla. May tR'83tf


ORANGES Pomegran-, Valrico Nurseries LEMONS Bananas W. W. HAWKINS & SONS, .

aUsFi 8, PROPRIETORS OF THE
,. Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTROnCAI Pine-Apples, ''
Ur&pes, Avocado P'rs, La, e G-eorge 1..1.rseries,
Pears, Anona, Will have an exceedingly fine lot of trees for the coming fall and winter's trade,especially
Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, of the Riverside Navel. The buds of this variety we imported from California ourselves,
Oriental J-'erium" and know that it is genuine. Also a fine stock of Tangerine,Ilart's Tardiff,and the
Plums and W. G. TOUSEY, Caladlum, other leading varieties. And last,but not least,the Bid-well's Early Peach which is .
LIMES Fla. Polnci"na going to be the best paying Peach in the State. Send for Catalogue to
Etc. Seffher, HUlsborough Con PALMsEsc. W. W. HAWKINS. & SONS, Lake George, Fia,
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MANVILLE: NURSERIES. RIVERSIDE NURSERIES.Citrus .


Budded Orange Trees,from one to three years old,for planting during the rainy season. and Deciduous Trees, Rooted Grape

I'.;. 'Orders taken for all varieties of Fruit and Ornamental Trees,to be delivered the coming Vines and Cuttings.We .

Fall and Winter. .
make a specialty of Grape Vines of all varieties,and Fig Trees. Liberal discount to
I"F.. S. CONE, Proprietor, nurserymen. All inquiries promptly answered. AddressC.
S. BURGESS, Manager,
CRESCENT CITY/FLA. Riverside,California
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SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.Catalogues Nurseries of the Milwaukee Florida Orange Company,


,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list includes Dunedin, Hillsborough County, Florida. .
the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also, We make a specialty of the DISTINCTIVE varieties of CITRUS FRUIT TREES,including
Peaches Pears Plums Grapes and other Fruits.Our Double Impe rialRlverslde (buds personally selected in California by a member of our corn-
pany) and Washington Navels,Maltese BloOd, Hart's Tardiff, Jaffa, Du Rol,Stark'u Seed-
stock is one of the largest in the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties a less,etc.,etc. In Lemons we have Villa Franca,Sicily,Genoa,Belair Premium and Eureka.
specialty.. Also Tahiti Limes,Peaches,Plums,White Adriatic Figs,etc.,etc. Our stock is large,com-
T R. W. PIERCE, plete,well rooted,thrifty and clean. Special terms on largo orders. Catalogue free on ap-
Indian Springs,Orange Co. Fla. plication. Address A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla.


r Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries i :FLockyE3ran.ch.: : ]N u..rseries.LeConte .

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OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FJLA. Keifer, Bartlett, Lawson and Garber s Hybrid Pear. a Spe-

Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and cialty. .,
' Vines. No Loss in Transplanting.
Summer contracts,Special Rates,will now be given. Address
Catalogue and Price List Free;on application to the Manager. AddressA.
E. CHAITIPLIN. C. IV. PARTRIDGE,
Oakland,Orange Co.,Fla. Montlcello.Fla.
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A1-tarn..e: >D.'te: N'u.rseries. SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES.Sixty .

thousand choice Orange,Lemon and Lime Trees for sale. Ten thousand fine Florida
the full line of NURSERY STOCK ADAPTED TO FLORIDA, Including grown Peach Trees,of the Honey and Peen-To varieties also two new varieties,Hybrids of
mil Honey and Peen-To named by us Chinese King and Chinese Queen. The Chinese King:
1 New Fruits and Flowering Ornamental Trees. ripens in May. The Queen ripens three weeks later than Honey. Our evening bearing orange
; will give you ripe fruit the year round. We have the genuine Washington Navel sent to us
Catalogue find Advance Price List Free. direct from Washington. Big discount on large orders.
H. L. WIIEATL.EY, C. B. PELTON, Manager,
Tike Helen Florida.
Altamonte.Orange County Fla.

I Established u I .
AUGUSTA P. J. BERCKITIANS .
GEORGIA. Proprietor.The
INCLUDING
stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees.specially adapted to Florida is doubtless the TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA,
most varied in the United States. Many valuable additions have lately been made to the THE ORANGE AND LEMON.In : .
lists of Fruits suited to sub-tropical sections. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits.we variety,other Citrus Friuts, LeConte and Kettler'Pean, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons
offer 100.000 Peen-To,Honey and J. ; sBotanand Figs,Guavas,Grapes,etc. -
otherOrlental Plums,Oriental PearsJa anPerkiOrroonsGrapeVinesrytravvberry -
Plants eta Our stock of Ko es,evergreens, Palms, Acacias. and flowering PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY
shrubs includes everything of value for Southern gardens. A special Catalogue(No.4) : & co. .
is published for this branch of our establishment and will be mailed free to all applicants. A. H. MANVILLE ,
t "n edo notjemploy{ ageII a. Send your orders direct to us and avoid being imposed upon. Lakeland, Polk County, Fla., and Drayton: Island, Putnam County, Fla


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SOUTH ;FLORIDA RAILROAD. :

F|-1 (Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER MONDAY, May 23, 1887, 8:30 a m,Trains '
will leave and" arrive as follows: :

SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND. .

TampaaKeyWEsTRy.Direct .. ::- .a a aDO; c-i ..r "t..t.&Q i d e '
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all-rail route between Jacksonville 8 .
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Green Cove Spring Palatka, Gainesville. .... 8. g... f STATIONS; t.... g 8.
Ocala, Leesburg, DeLand, Enterprise. Titus Sl :a Q
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yule, Sanford, Mt. Dora Tavares, Winter -
Park, Orlando, Tampa and Southern Florida. -1-U; -;-; rAJI-
AX AM Leave-Arrive AM AM
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Time table In effect
June 27, 1887. (Central ,_ _._ _... .....- -- .R. R.Wharf.. _.. __ .. _
-, standard time. A means a. m.: P means p.m.) o 840 440 500 10 2U 440 ......Sanford 115 2 Oi()I 820 100 5 M{ 345

.Finest and Best Poultry Journal In, the GOING SOUTH.Lv 3 8 50 448 518 10,32 455 ?....Belair...... 112 150 8 08 12 48: 518 ;e3 33

<,''V"; World. 4<< -. ....... _..... Crystal Lake.. 111 ... ........ "'I .....: if.....
:" Jacksonville from tt., F. & W. Ky Station. 5 855 _.. 523 ...._ _.. s Benta. 110 -I.8 03 __.. .....a J. ..
'.t Cuban 10 905 458<< 533 10 57, 525 _,Longwood105 134 750l27 4 58 310

Issued! on: the.First, ... .. of.Each.Month.' ', < Pass. Mail. Pass, 13 913 504 540 1107 543 ...Altamonte..102 127, 7371230: 430 258
4 j.'f :' : Daily 14 918 507 545 11 13 5 55 .__Mayo_....,101 1 20 700 1226 42) 260
3 Pages; and Cover, at Only 81 per Year | STATIONS. A.M. P. M. P. M. 15 922 510 560' 1125 610 .....Maltland..lOO 115 7 2512 ZJ 415 '"2'45
Sample 6 Lv Jacksonville.._.._. 8:00 12:30 3:45' 18 930 518 558 1140 630 _Winter ParkW 107 7151215 4 00 2'35

Copies, ccutcu:. Orange Park.....-...... 8:30 12:53 4:18 2D ...... ..._ ..._ _.... .-.. ...?..Wiloox.... 95 ..._ ...... _...... ._ ill
,I Green Cove Spring... 9:05 1:24 4:54 22 945 530 615 12.20 730 ....?.Orlando... '.9312 55 7 001202 310'215
a'8 Address Ar Palatka...._......... 10CO 2:11 5:53 25 .._. ..... ...... ...... .Gatlin. ? 90 _.... .. _.. ...;..
Lv Palatka..................... 10:05 2:15 6:00 26 9 55 538 6 25 12 43 7 45 .5Jessamine_ 8912 40 6 :371149 3 00 1 52'Z1
,; :: O. J. WARB, Pomona.................... 10:40 6:34 9 58 ..._. ...... _. ...... .N-Plne CasUe.. 8812 :37 ._..
:113 Adams. Street Chicago,'JU. HuntingtonCres.C.( ) 10:51 6:45 30 1005 545 635 12 55 800 _.Big ypress.. 85230 62511 42 248 1,40r.
'".v..,.. )'""1, w \ a Seville....._...............11 1512:08p 3:10 7:10 34 1015 5 57 6 60 A M 113 8 15 McKinnon 8) 12 211 6 18 11 82 P M 2 32 125 r i
nfi Nt N ". DeLand Junction.... 3:52 8:05 40 10 30 t 6 25 7'05' 6 00 130 8 65 ...KIssimmee.. 75 6001120() I 9 05 215 '105 :
:' \;-, Ar DeLand (DeL. ",y... 12:25p 4:10 8:20 44 1040 6 mJ :p H .610 px __.. ....CapmbeUs... 71 11210 ADI 1105 850 Pf 1240'
YiCLA SITES FRUIT Lv DeLand (DeL. Ry)... 11:50a 1:55 7:40: 52 1058 652 630 940 ..Lake Locke 631125 1044 825 12 08 f

Lv Orange City- .I unc ... 12:20, 4:01, 8:18 57 11 15 702 642 1002 ...Davenport... 581115 1082 810 U50 :."
'1Ii i t 3 If Enterprise Junction.: ? 12:32 4:12 8:31 61 11 205 7 10 6 52 1017 .Haines CIty54 11 05 10 22 7 55 1135 .: r

: i" LANDS ; :Monroe_.................... 12:39 4:18 8:38 68 1142 724 710 1105 ..Bartow Juno. 47 1053 1007 '7 3,5 11.10 '
,. ......* : Ar Sanford .............._..12:52p 4:30p 8:48A. 72 115.3 7,31 720 1125 .Aubumdale. 431040 954 705 .: 1050 J .
I 77 12 00 7 3S 7 03 11,40 _tF1tzhughs.? 3810 28 9 44 6 50 10 35
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-i M. P M. 83 12 18 7 52 18 05 1' 30 .._Lakeland.. 321015 9 30 i$6{! 32 1010 .. ,
HUNTING DOGS Lv Sanford...!*._.:*.......... 9:00 5:00 9a 1243 812 835 120 _.Plant City._ 22 963 906 5 4.5. 9,25 '.
: : ,.-;: Ar Sorrento._....*........'..' 10:12 5:57 98 12 1)3) .?... 8 50 .... _....Cork_ 17 9 v8 .._. 5'25 ...: g:
< .kI Mt Dora....._.....__ 10:32 6:13 103 105 8 82 e (05) 2 40
.' ,/I'} ,A..>. 0'1.< 05 ......Be1fner....., 12t 9 ZT 8 35 5 08 8
t2:1.::Ii!; ..;.<..: : AND f""" :.' .';. Tavares..._......._.... 10:48 6:27 105 1 12 8,38 9 22 215 '_.... Mango-... 10' 9 22 8 20 5 00 8 Oh : ;;; ',

\ Ar Enterprise.?....__ 415': 109 1 2D ?:... ,9 3J ..Orlent......., 6 "915 ..:.., 4.48 ....... 'f ,
FANCY POULTRY. Lv Enterprise........._ 4:30 115 ,135 900 960 255 Ar Tampa Lv 0 9.00 800 (30 '130 "
.f", Osteen...._......_...._ 4:55' t PM PM ADi PM A'X' P.M PrM; PM 1: _

: :_" M Ar Titusviile....____. 6:32 *Flag Stations.: Trains No. 3 and leave from and arrive at J.,'J'. &: K. W. Depot.' ,No. 3,
.' jr.Rotary AD A 1\.1: S Lv Sanford (So FlaRy,). _- ,4:10 and 6 Daily Nos.1,2,4.5,7,8, 9,10,27 and 28'Dally except Sunday. Train No. 6 will stop

:' Ar Orlando..................... 5:32 only at Plant City, Lakeland, Bartow Junction,Kissimmee and Orlando. Nos.2 and stop
,.h ; t' ){A.NA EEF: A., Kissimmee ......-.... '6:15 at Kissimmee for Lunch o..7: stops at Lakeland for Breakfast. No. 8 stops*at. Lakelandfor

k Lakeland._.......... 8:00 Supper. .. < <,'" I !:)-* .
Public and'Justice of the Peace. 41 Bartow...................... 8:40, Trough Tickets sold at all regular stations for all points North, East and West. Baggage
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rw'" ," Tampa (So Fl&Ry. ... 9:10 : checked. through. *, :<
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\ Has for-sale one 'thousand acres of choice Lv Palatka (Fla So 1j)-.10:05a-- '' Pemberton Ferry Branch.,'F.'R.R. .
laVidon' Manatee river, In sight of Manatee Ar ,Gainesville............... 12:20p I I Sanford and'ln'lIau Iliver Railroad
Bralndentown Ellenton and Palmetto, and .. Ocala......................?.. 1:18 Sou, h Bound North Bound. ,' ., ;$'. '
manufacturers'' agent for Wire Fencing, 41U Leesburg?'."'."....l.;...... 3:15': Read Down. Read Up. : .'" ',R .f

Poultry JNetting, Lime, Cement, Fertilizersand B rooks ville ..........w 5:40: g J F'st Ac. '. F'st Ac. m Dally except Sunday. :Ir,, -', .
Plantation Supplies, Cracked Corn and GOING NORTH. l' =- M'l. &Ft STATIONS. M'l &Ft =- .I iI oJ.. '.' ,r-\!\T
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Rice, Granulated Lime, Rock and Hheli. Cattle 5 19. 21. 20. 22. :South Bovind.BeadDowd. Northbound.ReacfUp. .
Cuban Mall.Dally.. Pass. Pass. ,
and Poultry Feed ground to order in *
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steam mill on premises.Has ,F' .
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P. A.M .
STATIONS. P.M. A.M. A.M.
also breeding kennels of acclimated 700 Pas. Pas.
5.00 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.50 4.50 57 m
Laveraek and Irish Setters, Irish: Bull Ter- Lv" Tampa (So Fla RR)_ 8:10 1 5.04 7.05 ..._"Fitzgerald. .. .. 9.45 4.45 56 :.. &Ft STATIONS. AFt :'., 8i:
Lakeland ................ 9:30 ,
riers. Slow trail Bloodhounds and Colorado ::a 25. 24.:, .
44 8 5.10 ..._ .._... Oriole ._ 9.40 __ 54 I ,.
Bartow.................. 6:00 '
Catch or Tiger Dogs (for wild hogs, bear and 44 Klsslmmee..........._. 11:20 6:25 11:40 6 ._*.. :.. ..Bay City.. ... .._ __ 51 '- - -
tramps). ...... _._
44 10 5.25 7.35 ..._.... *Macon .. 9.23 4.15 47 p.m a.m
Orlando.......__ 12:25a 7:10
12:05p 12 5.35 7.43 _.... .Owensboro.._. 9.15 4.0745 0 ?..?. 5.50 lv......Sanford ......ar 8.00 __ 19
Ar Sanford (So Fla R R 1:00 8:20 1:15 3...... 6.03 ........Fort Reed..... 7.42 _...15
OUR
POULTRY YARDSare 16 5.50 8.08 ...........Dade CIty...._. 9.00 3JO) 41 ,?
Lv Titusville.._........... ll:2Sa 23 6.10 8.45 .....Rlcbland.,....._. 8.42 3.18 34 5 -... 610....... ...*Rutledge... 17.32...:. 13
well-stocked with freshly imported male U Osteen .......*..;._......_ l:12p 32 6.30 9.15 ..... .*Tedderville... 8.22 2.4025 7 _.. 6.20 ...._._...C1ydes. . 7.20 _.._ 11
birds which are mated with carefully selected Ar Enterprise.....*.......**.. 1:33p :37 6.45 9.40 .....?...._ Kathleen. 8.10 2. 0 20 12 _.. 6.35)).............Clifton......... 7.03 :..::". 6
bens of,our own raising, each variety being Lv Enterprise...._. .::.. l:37pLv 40 6.50 9.52 .......*Griffln's Mill!........\ 8.03 ,2.1817 13 ...._ 6.43 .. ..*Tuskawllla- 6.55 ..._ 5
allotted to separate enclosures In a forty-acre Tavares.................- .. .., ,7:00 .11:40a 43 x..2010.30 i ..?....Lakeland...._ 7.55 1.5514. \ 17 _....\ 7,07 ..-...OViedo'-..._ 6.40.1;
orange grove Fggs carefully packed in bas- JU.L Dora.*.........;..M.... 7:13 ll:57a 51 7.4511.00.Haskell.......... 7.30 1.00 :6 19..... 7.15 ar..Lake Charm..lv 6.20 _._ 0
kets at'following prices: I t Horrento...................? 7:38 12:17p 5? 8.001L20 Arrive-Bartow.L ve( 7.1512 40 0 ,I I .. ...'
., White Leghorns (Knapp's) Pit Games : Ar Sanford........_..._. A M 8:25 l:30p Bartow ISranch.
Dally. No. At Lakeland with for
8 train Bartow
(Heathwoods), Plymouth Rocks.(Hawkins ,
Game Batams (Shouldings) Light Brabmas), Lv Sanford.................... 1:15 8:20 1:35p: I at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow.
(Williams), Rouen and Muscovy, Ducks f 1.00per 44 Monroe...........?.... ... 8:40: 1:44 South Bound. Worth Bound. No. 11-At Bartow Junction with train'from .
thirteen. 44 Orange City June.:... 1:46 8:59 2:02 Pas. Pas. m Pas. Pas.1 Tampa; at Bartow with train from Pemberton -
Claiborne and Cuban Games,Silver Bearded 44 DeLand Junction..... 2:00 9:12 2:13 No. &Ft ::'" 81'ATIONS. ::'" &Ft No. Ferry,and Florida Southern Railway for

and Crested Polish, W.F. Black Spanish, Huff Ar DeLandDeLandRy( ) 9:30 2:27 11. 13. 12. 14. Pnnta Gorda.
Cochins. Golden Laced Seabrights and Impe Lv DeLand 8:55 1:55 -- No.12-At Bartow Junction with train for
White A X P. M Lv Ar A"H, P.K. Sanford.No. .
rial Pekin Ducks, 1.50 per thirteen. Lv Spring Garden........ 2:19 9:31 2:30 from
11.45 7.40 0 Bartow J'nc 17 10.40 7.10 13-At Bartow Junction with train
White Crested Black Polands, Houdans, 44 Seville......._. ..:: ... 3:02 10:09 3:10 12.00 7..t.j 5 Winter Hvn 10.25 6.55 Tampa.No. .
Wyandottes (Prestons) Laogshans.(Crouds 44 I
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Huntington' (Ores C) 3:26 1029 3:31 ,
12.2D 8.12 -Eagle Lake 6.35 .14-At Bartow with Florida Southern
Boneys Brown Leghorns, 82.00 per thirteen. 44 Pomona...............?.. 3:38 10:40 3:41 I 112 train from Punta Gorda at Bartow Junction
nine.Bronze'' and Seminole' Turkeys, $3.00 per Ar Palatka...._._._... 4:15 11:12 4:14 1255 8.25\121-0'rdOnVUle\ 0 51 9.601. 6.2D1! with train for Tampa.No. ;

AM AM 15-At Bartow Junction with trains
.Booted Whit Cuban Carrier Pigeons Sl.50
Lv LeesburgFlaSoRy( ) 10:55 CONNECTIONS. from Tampa and Sanford at Bartow with

per pair. Ocala.........?.............. 12:43p TRAIN No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda.
44 Gainesville.............. 6:45 1:30 DeBary-Baya Line Steamer from Jacksonville ,No.,16-At Bartow Junction with trains lor
T...... ..: P.A. 01J' 3 Ar Palatka........... ........ 10:40 4:10 ,and J..T. & K..W. train from Titusviile; Tampa and Kissimmee.No. .
Lv Palatka.............,...... 4:17 11:17' 4:19 at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow; 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida
44 Green Cove Spring... 5:21 12:19p 5:16 at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at
CRESCENT m. SHIRT 44 Magnolia.............. 5:23 12:22 .5:1RII No, 2-At Lakeland with train for Bartow ; Lakeland with train for Kissimmee. > '
Orange Park........... 5:58 12:56 5:48 tit Bartow Junction with trains to and from No.20-M Bartow with Florida Southern \
Ar Jacksonville...........,.. 6:30a l:28p 6:20p Bartow; at Sanford with People's and De Railway train from Punta Gordar at.Lakeland -
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1KC18DIH6 LINEN COLLAR AID ..OFFS.It : 1 Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville, with train for Tampa; at ltembertonFerry j.
and J., T. & K.W. aids for Jacksonville and with Florida Southern Railway for
is a source of wonder to shirt wearers Three trains between Jacksonville!': and San- Titusville. Gainesville and Palatka. ,
that we can sell so fine a shirt and 4-ply linen collars ford. No change of cars between Jacksonville' No.3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through No.21-At Bartow with Florida Houthern.
and cuffs, which retail anywhere for $1.50 or and Tampa. Coaches without change between Jackson- Railway for Punta Gorda. .
$2.00,for so low price, idThe The 12:30 p.m. Cuban fast. mall train awaits ville and Tampa. Connects at Sanford with No.22-At Bartow with Florida Southern

.. for advertising offer such a bar- the arrival of the fast mall from the North, J,. T. & K. strain from Titusville; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Gorda; at Lake
reason Is we can manufacture and stops only at the principal stations and tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam- land with train for Tampa.
Jahl that we at Lemon street, Palatka, making connection pa on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Connections: are made at Tampa by the .
in large quantities, buy goods nt Tampa with steamers for Key West and with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Limited West India Fast Malll4h north
tor cash,thus and you savin buy at factoryprices Havana on Monday and Thursday evenings. and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays: and south bound with the elegant\,and commodious -
Jobber Pullman> Buffet Sleeping! cars are attached to with Plant Steamship Company's ships tor Fast Mall Steamships Mascotte and
that. of the
profits, this train from New York through to Tampa, Key West and Havana.No. Whitney of the Plant Steamshir: ,to and
Wholesaler Retailer, and to 8:00 p. m. train from Tampa through to 6-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana and with steamer -
\ and when we have a customer Washington.Direct Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack Margaret for all points on Hillsborough
once we have him always. These connection Is made at Palatka.with sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, and Tampa Bays and Manatee River. : !
i! shirts are made of the finest the Florida Southern Railway to and from Wednesdays Saturdays with Steamer Passports can be applied for through any
WamasuttaanaUticaNonpareilmuslin Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg,and other points Margaret from Manatee River and on Sundays I Notary Public;and, Notary's certificate that
I ; the,bosoms are of extra reached by that road. Also with the St.Johns Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant 9 itch application has been made, when vised
1 _. heavy hand-made Irish linen,in and Halifax Railway for Ormond, Daytoni. steamship Company's ships for Havana and Spanish Consul at Key West, will an-
all sizes from 13 to 17,buttonholes hand-made.When At Huntington with stages for Crescent City. Key West, sorer the purpose of a Passport.W. '
ordering collars please state style wanted whether AtOranage City Junction with B. S., O. O. & No.7 At Lakelana with train for Pember- McCoy,
standup or turn-down. We have so much confidence A. Ry for Lake Helen .nd New Smyrna. At tau Ferry. Gen. Freight&Ticket Agent ,
in our goods, that if you are from any :Monroe with Orange Belt Railway for
cause not satisfied, we cheerfully refund your and Oakland. At Sanford for all points -" '
money. Try them once and you will buy no other. reached by South Florida Railroad.
For $4.80 we will send you six shirts, nix Steamer leaves Titusville for Cocoa, Rock- PANCOAST & GRIFFITH I .. ;

4-ply linen collars and three pair 4-ply linen ledge, Melborne and all Intermediate landingson .....t. ,.
mils. For $2.GO, three shirts, three 4-ply Indian River,at 8 a. in,Monday, Wednesday M'
linen collars and two pair 4-ply linen cuff and Friday. Returning, leaves Mel- FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS;" '
For $1.00 we send one sample .shirt one bourne, at 5:30 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday and Y ,
4-ply linen curs and one 4-ply linen col '"' "
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> CRESCENT SHIRT CO:. Hogan City ticket sts. office, northwest L. C. DCXING corner, G.Bay T. A.and the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida (without,Ice)

$6,0: )Spruce St. New York City. M. R.MORAN, Gen. SupU: andtG. P. A. Reference- : Our Acc't Sales and check Saturday, for every shipment closed out that'weSk, .


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Savannah. New York All'Trains on this Road are run by Central
and Philadelphia .... .'.. ..._ .- ; Standard Time. .
j :mad between Boston il' AND Passenger Trains will leave and arrive dally SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY :*, Ib87.

and Savannah r t '-yr as follows: Standard Time,33 mlnnte slower than JacksonvIlle -

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;;65 to 70 HOURS. PHILADELPHIA. WEST INDIA FAST MAIL.
Arrive Jacksonvtlle12:00 n'n
From To
Leave'Jac&.sonv111e..N..NN ...N.. 7.0v a n At rive LeaveRead
Arrive Waycross. _.......__.. 9:18 a m Read up. WI tST. down.
Ocean Arrive Jtsap..._ ...MM......_.... a m No 10 No 2 Not No 9
Steamship Company. Arrive Savannah.......................r.N.-112.-O6 p m 1145a 73Op.Jacksonville.N.800a 300p
Arrive.Charleston-.....__.........-.. 4:46 p m 103.a 65ft __ -.Baldwin....._ 841 a 402p
Arrive Rlchmond_............__. ... ..... 6:54
(Central or 90.Meridian Time) ? a m 10<<'Oa ewp: .....__Macclenny_ 902a 431 p
: Arrive Washington-....?. ...................11:30 a m 9 M a 6 Z1 p...-.UlenM ..Mary__ 9 07 a 437p
-t .4, Pa ago: 'II sates. : i Arrive Balllmore..........._............ .12:40 p m 9 35' a 6 t'8' p-ancJerlloll.._... 9 ZJ a of 55 P
,Between Jacksonville and New York, let class 821.75; Intermediate $16.75; Fxcuwlon$13. 0; Arrive PhUadelphla...__._.__ 3:10 p m 9 07 a 5 45 p..NNN.OlusteeNN........ 94-& a 526 p
Streraee$11.75. Arrive New York..._........................... 6:50 p m 833a 519 p452p-._..Lake City.........1010a 600p
Jacksonville and Boston, 1ft class i5.UO; KxcnrMon$13.50: Steerage 812.50. Pullman Bullet Cars to and from New York 757 a ,?_." elborlL... --.1083a 641 p
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: and Jacksonville and f unman Bleeping cars 743a 4 *'p427p_.._.Houston.,,......10 46 a 658p

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. to and from Jacksonville and Tampa. 727a ?....... Live Oak....? .106,3a 780 p

KAOOOCHEE,Capt.Kempton .......... .....:... ... Tuesday Augn''?- eM: r. m 6 40 a '400 p_. N..Ellavtlle..N..NJ120a: 8C8p
CITY OF 8A V ANN AH,Capt. F. Smith. ..... ...... ...... ...... Friday,August 5- 7:008.m NEW KIEAN3 XZPBXS 801 a 3 26' p:.._..Madison__ 1201 p 848 P
8:10 Arrive Jacksonvllle.............._ ._.. 7:45 p ne I 521 a 255 p...._..Greenville..._..123Up 92Sp
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TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher.-... .............,......... Sunday August 7- a mCHATTAHOOCHEE ?
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; 9- 9-.30a.rn Leave Jacksonvllle_...___..__.. .00 K a 505a 2 37 p..__A DemAn. ..., .1248 P 947 p
Capt. Darcel L. .... ....._....._ ...._.Tue day August
ACOOOHEE.Capt.Kempton..N.N..N..N.N..N ...__Friday A.ugust.12-12:00 m Arrive Waycross....._. ............._.?:. 9.18 a n 446a 220 p.... ....Drifton...INN,. | en p 1009 p

CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt.F.ttmlth................-..........Sunday,August 14-1:30 p. m Arrive Thom&svllle_.._,.___ 1:22 P IL 515 a 2 50 p-&r..M ontleelio..ar. 13i P 1035 P
lALLAHABSEEJOapt. Fisher .. .. .................. ..... ,.k... Tuesday August 16-3: 0p.'mCHATCAHOOCHEE Arrive Bainbrldge......_.___ 8:33 p re .4 20 a 165p lv..M ontlcello.lv 1240p 980p
CapL DaRett.. ........ .....................Friday,August 19- !:OO p.m Arrive Chattahoochee..............._.... 4.04 p m 4 43 a 22ap___Drinon. ..._ i07pl009p
NAOOOCHEE. ClLPL empton.. .. ..u....,.............,....-....*. .BandayAnguzt2l-7:00a; m Arrive Pensa.colavta L. &N.R.R.... .Iu:10 p m 4 22 a 2 TO p...__LJoyd............. 14S P 1035 P
A UTTY OF BA V ANNAJi. apt.Smith..............:-...............lueday, : -8:30p.m Arrive Mobile via L.&N.R.R.........?. 2:15 a m 406a 130 p.....__Chalre&....._ 158p)040 P
TALtAHAB KE, pt.FCaber"s.: ..' #..,......... F day.August 28-12:00 mOHATTAHQQCIEE Arrive New Orleans via L.A N.R.R. 7:10 a m 330 a 1 O'i p_ ..Tal lahassee.Midway. __ 227 p 11 S"'P
Capt. PaggeU..,"...:.......:..:.......... Sunday Augu t28- 2:00 p.mNAOOOCHRE. Pu man Buffet Cars to and from Waycross 225al2S.5p..._... ...-. .. 251 p 12 4n a
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,Capt. Kempton. ..... ...aeeday August 80- 4:00 p. m and New Orleans via PensacoU and Mobile.A. 140al209p_- _QnlnQ"'_.._ 321p" 14*>a

FROM: SAVANNAH. 'TO. BOSTON. 12 48 a 1150 p__ AIL Plea ant.?.,.. 341 p,. 2 fta..

? v crrr OJ' MACON Capt. W ,....__......._..;..._......!'harsday: August 4,at 6:00p.mMM.Thursday Leave Jacksonville. 0. U2UE.:..EXPB..._S8._. 2KXS m 1201 a 1125 p._..River Junction. 4 OS p 35* a

OATH CITY10aP1o. BedfA ......_...........___.... August 11,at ll.00a.rn.Thursday () Leave Callahan_..___..._ 2:47 p m
CITY : Capt.W.Kelly..._: _.:.......__ ,;August 18,at 5OO&.m Arrive Waycross._...._.._._ ..__ 4:40 p m SOUTH.
SATE CITY, CapU Hedge.... .._....:....__ .. .Thursday,:August 25, at.1L-00a. m ? p MAIN LIIVK.
.NN..N..N.N. ArrIve Savannah_................""...._7:58 p m No.4 No.8. No. 7. No. S.
FOB PHILADELPHIA Arrive Charleston ?..?........._._ 1:25 a m 10.15ft 405p__ Fernandina......1010 a 4.00 p.NN.N.
Arrive WUmlncton..._.........M.M N..NN.. 8d25 a m ,241pm..Callahan..1127a _
[These 8t-..do not carry Pas.engerLJ] Arrive Weldon_....... ..... ............__ 2:40 m 630
) p a 2SOp_...Jacksonvl
Ile_ .1J S5a 900p1020p
IUNIATA, Capt. Aakln ....__......._._.........._ '" If _. turilay. August 6- 7:00a.m Arrive Richmond.__...__._ 6.-00 m 615
DSBSOUG, Capt. N. F.,Howe*.....__........ ...._.__euNN Saturday,August 18- !:()')p.m Arrive Washington.,..._............11:00 p m 425 a 141 p. ?_ Baldwin __1241 P
JUNIATA.Capt.:Askina..._............_ .._......"'............_.Saturday,August 20- 6dO p. m Arrive New York ...._........_.... ... aso p a m 408 a lIOp 100 ?._Highland..._ 110 p 1106 p
DBB60L G, Capt. N.F.Howes.*_..._..____..._.....?.N Saturday August- IKKP.) mTHESE' Pullman Buffet Sleeping Can from> Jack- 345t a 1245p pmNNN..Lawtey..N_._Starke; __N N 118 1rJ: P P 1124 Jl47p P

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PALACE STEAMERS sonville to New York. 8.06 a 12.05 p._Wal<1o.._ N. 10M P 12.23 a
218 a 1144 p..._ Caml"lUe 211 boa
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Hallway; (Waycross Short Line) XAST FLORIDA KXPIUESS. 2'2a 1181 aNN HawUlorne. _r.. 226p P 116 a

O2".rTo the Traveling Public and Shippers principal .equalled by no other line. Arrive Jacksonville ........._....___ 9:45 a m J> *3 a ii 04 a_..N..... Cllra._._? 2M P 202&isa.
Through Tickets and Bins of Lading issued to points North: ,East and Northwest Leave Jacksonville.M ....._...____ 4:15 p m -- 10 23 a......Silver Spring: __ s M p -
'Ole Savannah. For intoraaation'and rooms apply to Leave Way cross.....__.....................- 7:20 p m 1150 p 1010 a.._....OeajSi N. .NNN 362p .
HENRY YONGE, Agent, C. G. ANDERSON Agent, Leave Gainesville ........_...-...,.....*.. 3:45 p m 11 00 P 9 43 a..... .Bellevlew__. 4 :20 1) 400.
1 Pier No.86.RICHAEL8014 North River New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. Leave Lake Clty.................... _._N. 325 p m 10 20 p 918 a.MM..M..Oxford._ 44lp 435>e
& BARNARD,Agent, Savannah Pier Boston. Leave Live Oak....._............................. 6:55 p m 1002p 9 f8 a.._.Wildwood._ 4 M p 453--.
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 18 S.Third Street 1 liifadel hia. Leave Tbomasville. ......_................IO. 5 p m 9I5p 840 L...._Leesburg.._ A20p529p 536 ai
J. D. H ASH AGEN, Eastern Agent, Bay.,Florida A Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway: Y. Arrive Albany.___........M..M..........._. 1:22 am 900p 8 aia...NNN Eldorado_ 550s
,.Q.. M.SORREL. Gen. Manager. H. R. CHRISTIAN Soliciting Agent Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R._ 7:28 a m 8 ro l p 815 a_._Tavares.__ 645 P 615 ss
For Tickets apply to B., F. & W. Railway office. Arrive Mobile via L. &N.R. R......?.. 1:50 p m 710 p 6 l 55 a. .Orlando 706 p 8159
Arrive New Orleans \la L.A N. R.R. 7:20 p m
X... X.Xi'KXGLK. w.A. DELI Arrive Nashville via L. &N. R. R._ 7.1)5) p m Cedar Key Division
Arrive Louisville via L. A N.R.R..._ 2:12 a m 10.15 a 4.05 pfj.ernandlna.-10.lfl
fi STATE BANK OF FLORIDA. Arrive Cincinnati via L. &N.R. R. 6:30 a m a 4.00 p
-- 2.47 p_......Callahan...... .11.27 a _
d... Arrive St.Louis via L.&N. K.R..M. 7:35 a m 6.30 a 2.:30p.: __ Jacksonville.. -11.35 a 9.00
Safe Deposit Safe.a Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville &30a 1.45 pN..??."aldwin._ .12.45" p 10.20 p p

Open Daily (Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m., to 3 p. m. and and St.Nashville.EAST Louis I via. ThomasviUe, Mont 4.25a 12 40( p........Hhrbland..._ 1 32 p H.C5p .
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. gomery 4.t 8 a 12.20 p.-Law.ey.. .._. 1.41 p JJ.2-t P
TENNESSEE EXPRESS. 3.43a 11 59 a..NNNgfarke__. 2/1 p 11.47p
Fire; and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent $10 $15 and $20 Year. Arrive Jackson ville._......._........_.. 7:25 a m :305 a 11 15 a....._. Waldo .._.. 235p 6SOa:
per Leave Jacksonville........._......_....., 7:0( p 1035p945p 10&5a..._ Fairbanks-_ 2fi7p 700a
DOUBLE COMBINATION AND TIME LOCKS. Leave Callahan.MM..MM.m ._MMMm.'.. 7:40 p m 10S.Sa945a__-GainesvilleArredondou-..._ 323p 900a945a .
W. 1''(." BAKER Cashier. HENRY: A. L'ENGLE l9aaager.ACRES Arrive, Waycross........._..._..._...... 9:30 p m 82S p __ __ 843 p
r Arrive Jesup....._...............M.MM..M..lh57( p m 700 P 900 a..._N Archer_...._ 415p445p,HOOa
Arrive Macon via E.T.V.& G. R. R. 3:60 a m 635p 8 M a..._.BronKon ...__. llfOa
Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V.A G.R.R. 7.-20 a m 380 p 615a...._.Cedar Key_ 635 p 210p'
2,600,000 ,OF LAND Arrive Chattanooga E.T.V.&G. ]:3.) p m
Pullman Buffet Cars and passenger coachesto Tampa Division.
and from Jacksonville and Chattanooga: ,
I FOR SALE BY SAVANKAH KXPBB9S. lu.15 a 4.15 p_...Fternandlna......l0.10a 4.00 pHoop
-- 2.41 p"allahan1.2'7
Arrive Jacksonville--. -..... 5:30 a m 6.30 2.30 _.. ; a
a JacfeKnnville' _
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I Arrive Gainesville. ?..._......__..-.10:30 a m 5.'ta p 1I.'i.S a
., mH FLORID SOUTHHRlf RAILWAY mIP1NY.SITUATED } Leave Jack onvtUe.._..._....___. 9:00 p m 3.05( a 12.0T L.f.1p.FaJdwln12.40p p...._...MWaldo 10M 1O20P.PanasofiTkee 12.25..
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Leave Gainesville J__.__._......._N. 8:45 p m 1L50P4JAp 10.10 a.Ocala_.....am
Leave Lake Clty..............._._..._..'S.-25 p m 9.08 a_,-Wildw od._ p 3.15 a
IN COUNTIES Leave Live Oak....._.. ................... 6:55 p m 4l5p"iciip 8 34 a_ _. 625p 930a
THE OF Arrive _...._..... ...... 648p 10 05 a
Waycrosa. ...11:45 p m 8 2A a.....,.enmtervllle..... 5 66 p --
Arrive Albany via B.&W.R.R..._. 5:00 a m 752a.... Catherine.
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Bradford Arrive Macon: via Central R. R...... .. 9:10 035p 10 57 a.
Columbia, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange, Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R1K)5? ) a m 250p218p 7 40 Wltblacoochee 8 4.1 p 11 13 a
p m 717 _
Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee, Arrive Chattanooga via W&A.R.R. 7f 5 p m ] Sop 700 a a.......Bade Owensboro.City-....._ 7 7 08 25 p p I167p1225p
Arrive Savannah..;........-:;_.__..._ 6:10 a m
Consisting of the finest Orange,Fanning,Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the State of Floe Arrive Charleston...._..._.......__.._11:40 a m
ida. Price 9135 per acre and upwards according to location. Pullman Buffet Cars Jacksonville to Cincinnati Jacksonville Brmncn.

For t further information apply to Office Florida Southern_ Railway Co.,Pal&lka,Fla. Chattanooga.and through coaches Jacksonville to 1015 a 5 60 p.N ..Fernandina... 7 ro a 400p722a
945a 525p_...Hart'.Road_ 429p
Pullman bleeping Cars to and from Jacksonville 9 24 a 5 03 p..._?... Duval......_ 7 4tJ a 503p
L. N. WIUKIE, W. P. COUPEK, and Savannah. 3 W4 341)p_- Jacksonville..., 820a 545pSt.
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
Chief Clerk and Cashier,Land Department Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. and btean.shlp connections and Marks Bran ehl' .
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car bergs
CO and sections secured at the Company's Office 15 p m ?..__.__'raUShelStL830 a m
I :' < in Aster's building 82 Bay street,and at Passenger 1157 a m ..._.___.B l1alr____- 8 43 am
,"I; M Station, and on board People's Line 1058am1030am ___WakuJ1a.-__ 9 40 a m
3W : u _..__ ..St. Marks _..._
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.. Steamers H.B.-Plant and Cliattaboocb.ee and i < 05 a m
a ac : Q L .J4 DeBary.Baya Line Steamer City of Jackson
g ::c D. < ville. WM. P. HARDEE, ("a"means a.m.tIme. "p"means p.m.time.)

E t; General Passenger Agent. fit. Marks' Branch trains run Tuesday
Ei CD ....1 R. G. FLTEMTfVO Bupprlntnndent. Thursday and Saturday only.:
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a ; -........ .- ...... i'IIPf" V 0 Leaving time it given in every; case except
5--t 7f\.c -q cIS II) where arriving time is named.

g (;"I :.aW.!! = Trains 1 and 2,7 and 8,9 and 10,and trains
on Jacksonville Branch
run dally.
c:.:;) ;i Fancy K Poultry. Trains 3 and 4 dally except Sunday
., O' 1"1 Trains 1 and 2 have Pullman Palace Sleep
I' / ine Cars to and from New Orleans.
= Trains 3 and 4 have
I L.I 0'qib MONCRIBF POULTRY YARDS through Pullman Re-
n clining Chair and Sleeping Cars to and from
P. O. Box 381, -Jacksonville, Fla Orlando.

q, ;:::c4 i : Q E4'CO W. W. FENDRICH, to Trains and frost 9 and DeFuniak 10 have through Springs. sleeping can

**$ 41iw / White and Brown Leghorns, Light Brab- For maps rates etc., apply to Company's
.- .. mas, Plymouth Rocks, Langshans. and Agents,or write to
,,' t .... .... !as! Wyardottes Until further ncrtlcewiII furnish -' A. o. MACDONELL .
.c.-' .' Eggs from the above varieties at?1 per Oen.PaM,&Ticket. A gent..
.. I.' CD "0 thirteen, delivered at Express office. D.EL MAXWELL,Oen.Supt. .
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The Great farm.Industrial and Stock Periodical The elegant Steamers of this Line ar.e appointed to sail for CHARLESTON & NEW:YOBJC 3

of the South It embraces In Its conetitueucy From JACKSONVILLE........... :..?.';...,.....................Every TAURSDAY.',
the ,progre-sl vo and SUbatanttaUI' I From FERNANDINA.......:..............;...;.........n......... .....Every SUNDAY.
fincceasfnl" farmers<<:. of this section;
and as an advertising medium for the Merchant In connection.with FLORIDA RAILWAY; AND NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Manufacturer Stock-RAiser and ProfessionalManisabsolutely -
unequalled. Space From Jacksonville.

judiciously employed In its columns is it always SEMINOLE...............,........:,..............-............,.....Thursday,August 11,at 8:30 a m
remunerative! By recent purchase Ga.now. CHEROKEE............;:................-.. ...:.:....;.>.......Thursday,August 18,at 3:00pm
combines: The Dixie. Farmer,Atlanta RuralSan SEMINOLE./ ....................:.......... Thursday, August25at8:30pm
the ,Plantation Nashville,,Mont.gomery.Ala.Tenn.; The Southern; the Farmers Geo, S. Hacker & Son ..........i.........-.....ce... Thursday,Septemoer 1,at 3.OO pm

Monthly, Savannah Ga.; Southern From Fernandina.
World Atlanta Ga.; the'! Phoenix Agriculturist Every Sunday afternoon on arrival of the Florida Railway and Navigation Co's trains.

Marietta, Gap. and unites the patrons of MANUFACTURER OF Steamship DELAWARE....n...fc.................-u............... ........Sunday,August 7,p mYEMASSEE .
these with its own'large list of subscribers.The DOORS ** ................................................... Sunday,August,p la
press and people all testify-to its great SASH, BLINDS, MODUHHG Ie DELAWARE........................., ............,..........Sunday August21pm
merits as a medium for contI oiling Southern YEMASSEE........?......:...................................Sunday,August 28:,p m
trade. Subscription one in advance,
o ptlItage'p3.td,$UiG. Sample year copies sent,tree. And Building Material., Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29 E. R.,New York, every TUESDAY and FRI.
DAY,at 3 p.m. Tuesdays'ships for Fernandina and Fridays'ships for Jacksonville.,
Advertisements,per line,30c. we go to press Office and Warerooms, King.op.'Cannon st. '
:the 25tuof each month preceding our date. The Freight and Passenger Accommodations. by this Line ar3 unsurpassed. Every attention i
Address Ckarlestea. 8. O. will be given business entrusted to the Line. Direct all shipments from New York,via
THE CULTIVATOR PUBLISHING CO., CLYDE'S FLORIDA LINE, Pier 29,East River. ax.<
P.O. Drawer 8,Atlanta,Ga. For further-information apply ;

Farmers' Wagons and Carts.If J..A. STEAD.,Agent, J.A.LESLIE,Agent,
Fernandina Fla. Jacksonville Fl- {
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.k Southern i iAU 88 Bay St.,cor.Hogan
you want a first-class Wagon or Can .F.. M. IRONKOXGER. ; JR., Gen. So.P.ss. Agt THEO.. G. EGER,Traffic Manager,
;about its womlcrful inducements tosett'e'r heap for Cash,call on Jacksonvi Ha.] 33 Broadway; x.-

? "nd i in."eQtnra. J*. .B. ZAHfl, ..'.' WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen. Agents, .

JacksonvlUeFla. ,, 12 South Wharves. ,PhlIadelpbla,35BroadWa'N.' . Y;.
Office, H. Berlack's Store,East Bay Street ; < I

farm Wagons from.u......11...1..00 to mOO E ESTA.BLISHED 175.GAIN .
Tart and Drays from............-.OO to J88.0THUGHES' ( .... A' i,'" '." ,,\. ,',r : '
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INVALUABLE IN THE SOUTH. : handle none but.the Best and;m Reliable. Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free. on
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FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS.
GROUND FEED SCREENINGS COTTON SEED MEAL Etc.
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Prices on application. July 27 tf8KLL3
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from the inexhaustible supply described in
DOC BUYERS' CUI UITSON & CO'S it will be welt
Catalogues,
00t0re4 plates 100 ea.raTlBpof to use in the next musical campaign. Any :B. eV. 'Ly"Jn.a: : i. I-aip s ;
differen' basses
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wocth. and where to buyMailed them. book mailed for retail price. 'SANFORD: FLQI IDA. -
unday-school teachers will soon be able to .
for 15 Cents.
ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, examine our new und beautiful Sunday- ,
an&Ei&htb.lt.l' !'.. School Song Book, the Children's Diadem FORRESTER'S CHEMICAL MANURES
,. ((35cs)"by Abbey& Munger, and the newlY'
I/11PROVtD arranged and valuable. New Spiritual bongs PREPARED FOB
: ,35 els.),by Tenney: &Hoffman. Oranges Trees !and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden Crops,
School teachers will be pleased to look at '
!.< *m m **m N W!K Q our new Royal Sinner ((60 cts.),for Adult l SPECIFICALLY Y PREPARED: FOR EACH CHOP "-
Five i Cations of a delicious, IP&1'klin.c Singing Classes and High Schools._ Also the '
No usedm the Manufacture of these Goods
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4n&;>erace StrenBtheiM| pun-
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15 bay fronts. Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites
IN EFFECT SUNDAY, MAY 1887. on mainland anti inlands. Yachting unsurpassed. Correspondence solicited;
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