The Florida dispatch
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Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1887
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
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notis - AKM6254
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System ID: UF00055757:00092
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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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44 DaCosta & ,Manville, Proprietors. Jacksonville, Fla., MeHday, September 26, 1887.' New Series: Vol. 7, No. 39.'r *

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[HoW to Cure Arc.t11tcfotELLIS
Stoves,. :- I Crockery, & MCOLURE

,,_ .s'4 Skin Scalp Tin-ware .', China, ,
; ,_ C. S L'ENGLE
Architects and Civil Engineers
Diseases '''1, ,e. Chandeliers, ,
Granite Iron-ware, ,\ : Lamps Plans,Specifications and Estimates for build
,- ings of all kinds,Sanitary work etc.
with the OU Stoves, 1' ,' AND J Burners, Chimneys, Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto Block, Bay St.:,
Silver-ware. P.O.Box 785. Jacksonville, Fla.
Gas Fixtures
J. CUTICUF\> ; < ,
House Furnishings, ; g: : COMPANY. Freezers, HARDWARE, !

V tl I' REMEDIES. ,.'", '. .
Table Cutlery, .* Refrigerators,
I TORTURING DISFIGURING, ITCHING, '-.-' ,' .',. Gate City Filters,
e scaly and pimply diseases of the skin, i. Fire Dogs, "
scalp, and blood with'-lo81J of hair from infancy ; JACKSONVILLE, "FLA.. Dinner, Tea and GEO. L. McCoNiHE'
REMEDIES.to old age,are.cured bj the CUTICURA Baskets"and:, ooden-waret, ,<. I I'v Toilet Sets. ,
(New Building at Old Stand.)
rifier,cleanses the blood and perspiration of Particular Attention. Paid to Mail Orders., 40 & 42 West Bay'St., Jacksonville Fla.
disease-sustaining elements,and thus remove '
the cause. ROCKWELL & KlNNENtchol "
< UTICUBA, the great Skin Cure instantly i \ .
allays Itching and InflamraatloB;clears.ihQ, .-.e:.,.s" .,'"',.Rucces..;( "'a .to- ":':BockweU Co,,.Wholesale and.BetaiL." --..," L Hardware, Cutlery Stoves,and Tinware,
'ekln and''ICAlp"Ot'entstsi'fSC3Jel'"a1td-.oresand. Honsefnrnlsblncr' Good%?GranIte'and

restores CUTICUKA the hair.SOAP,an exquisite' Skin Beauti-'. Hardware, ;:Steves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates, Mantels;;\ Paints; Agate Ware, Sash, Doors, Blinds*

tier, is indispensable in treating skin dis Oils, Saddlery, Guns, Ammunition, Etc. Oils, Agricultural Implements,
eases,baby humors,skin blemishes,chapped Parties in town or out will do well to call or send for our catalogues and' prices of any Iron and Steel.Kope,Belting, '
oily great skin.skin beautlflers.CUTICURA REMEDIES are the- ..'. goods they may need in our line. Prices lower than ever. Hose and Packing,Prynps,
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Sold everywhere. Price, CUTICURA,- boa; 38 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla. Steam and Wafer Pipe
SOAP,25c.; RESOLVENT,f 1. Prepared by the and Fittings, Four
Steel Galvanized

Mass.*TSend for "How_ to 'ure Skin Diseases." KISSIMMEE LAND AGENCY Fence Wire,

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TINTED with the loveliest delicacy Is the Grates,


t I 4i' :i 3,000,000 Acresof Orange. LIghtning PowderFarmers'Frlead.'

and Boss..,;Plows, Dangler Oil Stoves,
A'Co's Celebrated
the Richest jLands in the State., Perry Stoves and
sp9 Range;'Southern (St. LouIs)White

Lead,Masnry's Pure Colors In Oil,

Masury's Railroad 8&,.liquid
Representing all the
Paints, Fairbanks'

..' Standard Beatles.
; Disston Companies

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(fan, Locksmiths, and Stencil Gutters,, AND ',p";<' LOOKOUT. STOVES.

44 W. Forsyth St.,Op.St.Johns Hotel. South Florida. R. Co's Lands. PRICES SAME AS IN CHATTANOOGA.

JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA 49 Tin Roofing,Sheet Iron..Copper and Tin
Work to order.HUCHES'.
Gunsmlthlng done. in. all its branches. Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts, High and Low Hammocks,first-class' Pine Land for

IRON SAFE,WORR range Groves,and rich reclaimed lands for garden purposes., TONIC ,

Special rates Stencil Cutting,by mitt.THE ,

.Qran.K G-r<>Ve: ,: .
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And Improved Truck Farms.v .. >

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(,. .f.'j' .. ...,,,.: j WILLIAM CANNON. '
;:-. R. A. ROBINSON &
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as to offer! the beat. ;: : : .'; ; 1I ; ' "
Ooodwoxkatio. juices. t S4, .if'. ..cetwul. r. Reefer this paper. ,. .- KlaslBimee; OraD&e'Connt7\E'la.\ ,,.;: LOUISVILLE, KY. "', ;\
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Lowest Rates of Freight Always Given.
Order all your freight from New York,Philadelphia and Boa-
ton via Mallory S.S.Line from Pier:N o.21 East River,NewYork

P ALWAYS THE LOWEST. c r Direct connection at Fernandlna! with F.R.&N.By.,
T- ,' For Jacksonville. and interior points in the State.
The magnificent Iron Steamships of this Line will sail from s .
FERNANDINA,FLA.,for 1V EW YORK,every Thursday evening a This Pioneer Line offers to FloridIans,the Traveling Public
alter arrival of 4:30 train from Jacksonville, and evening and Shippers of Vegetables and Oranges the Quickest and
trains from Cedar Key,Ocalo,Leesbu g,Tavares Orlando and Only Direct Line to New York.
South Florida points. 49-Through Tickets and information secured in advance at
RIO GRANDE._... -.........._..._. .Thursday,September: 8 principal points in Florida. State-rooms reserved from Jacksonville
B"ATE OF TEXAS............._...._._Thursday September or Fernandina office.43Trains .
RIO GRAND K..__. ...._.._.....?.._. .Tbursday,September 22 leave F.R. &N.Co's Main Depot foot of $ogaa
STATE OF TEXAS.._ ...__....'Jlmrsday,September 29 street Jacksonville,at 8.30 a m and 4.80 p m,on sailing days,,
RIO GRANDE....._............._......_........Thursday, October 6 landing passengers on Steamship's whaif, foot of Centre St.,
STATE OF TEXAS._.._._........Thursday,October 13 Every attention is extended Fernandina.
.... ...... ._. .__ ...,. possible passengers going
RIO GRANDE. ? .Thursday,October 20 this l1ne. The table Is with ,the best the 09For Tickets and Staterooms and further information
STATE, OF TEXAS.-....._._............._.....Thursday,October 27 by New Y,.rk and Florida supplied:;markets afford. apply to

R. "W. SOUTHWICK Agent,Fernandina,Fla. A. H CRJCPPEN, Gen'l Traveling Agent. J. M. CUTLER, Pass.Agent 75 West Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla.
C.H. MALLORY A CO..General Agents,Pier 20 East Rive>'% foot Fulton street New York City.


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With the Magnificent Connections. 4

The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South

The attention of shippers is directed to the Plant S.S. Line between Havana, Key West and Tampa,and People's Line of Steamers between Sanford, Pa-
latka and Ja.ckaonvtllet South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford S., F.k W. Ry between Jacksonville Gainesville, River Junction and Savan-
',,, ,,, nah, Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,Philadelphia Boston and New York. The best equipped, fastest and most
prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest. Receivers and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection

Double da.1171Ut.freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah.Double dally fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah .'
to all points in:Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville Jacksonville, Callar
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior han and Live Oak.
and Coast points,including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington. and Tri.weeklyservlce by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company sailing from.
Providence. New York(New Pier),North River) direct for Savannah Tuesdays Thursdays and Satur
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company,leaving Savannah days.
Mondays" ,Wednesdays and Fridays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursday-
'Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company,lean for Savannah direct,making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. for all points In Florida. Only direct line froiu'ew 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 Thursday. Savannah direct.
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. from Baltimore for Savannah direct making'close connection with 8., F.A W.By for all
Bailing days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. points South.
The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and best fast freight; route from all points Noifi, East and West to Florida. For full particulars,rates,stencils and shipping receipts apply
to any agents of the above lines,or to < WM. P. BARDEE,.Gen'l Freight Agent,Pavannah, Ga.
O. D. OWENS Traffic Manager Savannah Ga. W. M. DA.VIDSONt.gen'11'ramo Agent,Jacksonville,Flc.
H.M.SCHLXT,Trav 4.Agent, Gainesville. J. E. DBATTON.Trav.Agent, Live Oak. J.H.STEPHENS,Agent,Jacksonville..

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Offers Choice Fruit Vegetable Lands near transportation for investment or Cultivation. SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO SANDY SOILS:!
Certain Market for Farm'Produce: Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Dally Mails.
Also Town Lots at'San Pablo and Atlantic City on the installment Plan if desired. Address Supplying Not Only Plant Food but Organic Matter.
JAB. M.KKTCAVKK: President,over Bank of J Jacksonville or"W. B. GIlANT. Supt., ,
San .Florida.



Ammonia................ .......... 4 per cent | Phosphoric AcId................... 2i per cent
Sulphate Potash........... ....... 6 per cent i


JACKSONVILLE FLA. Ammonia........................ 3%per cent ( Sulphate Potash...............11 percent .,
Phosphoric Acid................. 5 to 6 per cent I I Potash, actual......... 5%percent
Has for sale choice Lots, Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on deposits,Collects .. ,
I Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans eta La The remainder consists of thoroughly pulverized humus.-:1:

J. C. GREELEY, President. L. D. HOSMER Treasurer

16 Years Established.

E; G-. S. P.A.L.1EJEI.: : ., .. .- T STXMONIALSI:
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT I have used "Our Favorite" Fertilizers upon Orange Trees,Roses and Garden Plants*
and I do not want anything better.
tried your Fertilizers on Onions Cauliflowers and other Vegetables. I consider it an
lOG Reade Street, New Ttork. excellent and cheap Fertilizer,which will greatly improve the land, and is not simply
Consignments solicited and Returns made promptly. Stencils and Market Reports furnished stimulant.

on application. H. LEGLER Haskell,F1a.
REFERENCES" -Chatham National Bank,ThurberrWh New York City ala
Banks and established Produce Merchants of New York,Philadelphia,Baltimore and Bosto

Orange Tree Manure..........in sacks $24 Vegetable Manure .............in sacks $1700'
Braidentown Real Estate Agency. .f ,"., ,..<.-" ,.. ,- .:............lD bbls. 25 001| ...... .........In bbls. 18 OO(
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Attorney at Law Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace "

BraldentewH, QKanaitee Co., Fla. CEO.:: HUTCHINSON .'
" Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate on commission. Eighteen years'residence in k r
.c Manatee County. Personal knowledge of most of the lands throughout the county. As a Crescent City FI riu. "'
practicing Attorney and as County Judge for a number of years, I have had occasion to .- ,"--1" '.
'become familiar with many titles and the County Records. Having been continuously en.gaged
,all these years in the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable product BUILDING I MATERIAL I
of this semt.trop1cal8ecUon.gives me advantages in the selection of the various qualities oJ ,
. lands suitable. Maps and Abstracts furnished, Titles examined: : and Deeds executed. Infoxznation -
furnished. Correspondence solicited. THE LABGEST STOCK;' FLORIDA. ..
NOTB.-Braidentown is situated.on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,about .-f
:. thirty-five miles south of Tampa., Has dally service by the elegant steamer,Margaret. Adjacent )FRONT PBBS&ED BRICK.....................",....,./..,..,"................i..ee per'186s. .
are the lovely Terra Cela, Sarasota,and Palma Sola Bays,teaming with all kinds offlch GOOD IXOMLDA If ....e..a. ..............-....................... 9.00 '16
'- ,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are tile most beautiful building Bites IB Brick Fire Slabs Fire Mortar. *
Y sMo. Lath Cesteat Hair Fire Fire ,
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i the world, with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands,where tropical fruits aad ,'. ..
;.Choice vegetables may be grown to perfection. .. "" TYSEW. SMITH +& CO., 12.:West,May 8e. \

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'The' the draft upon their vitality, and perhaps had prompted their writings. Those One time I turn towards the trees,
lfOVe. also from the lack of sufficient. letters were to stop personal letters.I : next time I begin in the middle and
...,... r. .. .- fertilizing, yet one year of non bearingwill had no idea any one would ask back furrow, turning away from the
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. set them up again, with a head of me to:sa go into the matter of plant trees. This always keeps the ground .,
MANDARIN. AND TANGIERINE. fresh branches, ready for business. food so exactly as to ask what and level. If grass or any vegetation gets
','"'-' ,. The habit of the Mandarin in favorable how muchis required to grow a too large, I can run the harrow in the
The' ',,,Shy' Bearing of the Mandarin situations, is to over-bear, and if not thousand good l lemons. wide spaces, and the thick rows would
Can be Overcome. helped artificially, to produce little or Your questions are pertinent. I serve to break the wind, should we
Most of my readers who have arrived nothing: the off year. Of course,judi-- comprehend their allusions to the saw- again have such a gale as in 1880. I
at middle age, and whose appe- cious attention will]} obviate this in a log. I have stood behind the old up- did not write expecting Mr. Mann, or
tite for oranges was educated and developed great measure, and insure good returns right, the ,mnlly,and the modern buzz- thinking men, to agree with all my
before the advent of the Cit- every year. saw. One Mr. Howe, in 1849, askedme conclusions. I do not set down my
rus nobilis among us, will confess that The Tangierine, facing ]later to ripen to telll Him how many chair,rounds thoughts for that purpose. The worldof
they prefer the ordinary Portugal or than the Mandarin, will keep on the I could make of a white maple log thought has always been made up
China orange to the Mandarin.It trees a month or two ]longer.. Mandarins sixteen feet long and eighteen inchesin of a great many sides, and it is from
has been stated that the bulk of become over ripe and begin to diameter at the top end. After 1 i the jostling and clashing of minds that
the Mandarins and Tangerines sold decay about or soon after the middleof had made my calculation I was put to truth is evolved. I have spoken not
in Northern markets are bought more February. When ready to start on the practical test. That man taughtme less than 2,500 times in the last third
for garnishing and decoration than for the down grade they go-like a flock a trade and he taught me to think. of a century to public audiences. It
gastronomic purposes. If this is so, of sheep-all at once. A thoroughlyripe Not Unfrequently some man cornea has been my aim to make people think,
and to continue so, then the demand Mandarin-one just upon the along and tells] me he "knows all about not to do their own, work which they
9 for them mqst always be limited. But verge of ,,dissolution.. i ] -that has been orange packing." I sometimes ask : must do, and no one else can do. I do
will'it continue so? I have noticed I not care to listen to a man who does
K that the children brought up in Florida ; .. not sometimes arouse, or does not

'it among orange trees,almost universally leave,.some room for my imaginationsome
prefer loose-skinned fruit. ,- space for me to fill in, clearly
My own little,ones never eat a Portugal :..,, deducible from his suggestions. .
l orange as long as they can find a xY It is sufficient for me if my readerscan
Mandarin,and among colored children say I have made them think, or
the preference is even more striking that they can percieve in what I writea
} My brother had hundreds of Mandarin desire to help reach honest and profitable -
trees, and as soon as the premature + C results:! ; in other words, what
fruit, began to drop, the little boy became Mathew Arnold wrote: "Those things,
possessed with a mania for eating which make for righteousness," and
'it, thereby keeping his interior economy -; peace. LYMAN PHELPS.
in a state of chronic demoralization. 1 uN 14f?.h.:}2.a ye.wt h R yY?r l 1wRr Sanjord, Fla., September 19,1881.
..' Threats and remonstrances' 4
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.LeafHopper's .
availed he had be -
nothing- 10 constantly -*
watched, until the forbidden Depredations.,
fruit became'ripe'endfigK'vfi6V td""hlitt] F..q,. 'i : -.ox -, Kr have, on my place at Pablo Beach,
r a single orange tree of the Mediterranean
.him.These 4..B Pyih. ;
facts demonstrate that very {, variety, that suffers from a dis-
many of those who have been familiar: THE PEEN-TO PEACH. (see page 796.) ease that I never heard of before. I
with the Citrus nobilis from childhood send you two little limbs. It seems
will retain their preference in after fattened by' ,congenial soil, and has 'How many spheres'oneinch''in diameter that an insect not visible to the naked
years, and following the advice of the .'retained juices to the acme of elab- he can pack inTone end of an or- eye, creeps forward and devours "the
Buchu man, "ask for Mandarins\ oration, is a bonne bouche,indeed, and ange box." I have had one correct wood to such a degree that the limb
and take no other." Thus will the infinitely superior in tongue exhilerat- answer. must die. Can you tell me what it is,
consumption of "this little beauty" ing qualities to the same fruit picked It will take time to answer your and how I can save the tree?
as a noted lady writer daintily calls it early in the season, while in a transi questions, and all my thoughts outside ALBERT FRIES.St. .
-increase when its attractions cease tion state from the "wearing of the my daily routine work, I want to .Nicholas,Duval county, Fla.,
September 7,1887.
"'to be solely Bathetic. There have been green" to the co or of the oppositeFaction. give; to the question of questions todayin The twigs were referred to Professor
several complaints lately In the DISPATCH Orange county, the closing of the :
about the And ,herein we cannot' but admirethe saloons- which pecuniarily tax us C. V. Riley, which elicited the follow-

l SHY BEARING OF THE MANDARIN. taste of those antipodean Celestials, more than any other one thing. They ing reply:
Somepeople} having Mandarins and however questionable in sundry other destroy more lives than any one wasting In'the absence of Professor Riley, I
Tangierine, found the former_ matters of diet, that has led to the ; disease. They are forever dragging acknowledge the receipt of your favorof
and the latter satisfactory unproductive .me bestowal of the appreciative title of down and down. They have the 7th inst. The orange twigs
reliable. Where surrounding conditions Mandarin, or noble orange, to which nothing about them which is elevatingand which you inclose prove to be infested
t favor the Mandarin tree, certainly the Citrus nobilis of the botanist is a has a touch which lifts human with the egg-punctures of some speciesof
I be made deferential acquiescence. Had our souls. Leaf-hoppers belonging apparently
no complaint can justly
against it. The frnit, beingearly can be, brethren of the red button been ac- After I am through with my to the family Membracidae. These
I disposed of and out of the before quainted with the superlative meritsof speeches, I will willingly say a' few egg-punctures differ, however, from
' *& danger of frost, besides being way equal the Riverside Navel, or the Hesper- words on the subject of fertilizers. those which have hitherto been described -
in quality to the Tangierine, which idan fruit of the, Manatee hammocks, LYMAN' PHELPS. or figured (of Professor Riley's5th
who dare what have Sanford, Fla., Sept. 19, 1887. the Insects of Missouri
latter does not become fully ripe And say "might. .I. Report on ,
palatable until after the holidays, when been?" For the FLORIDA- DI P ATcn. p. 119, ff), and the particular species
the demand for this family of oranges Is there not a reasoner among us, Working Only One Way. cannot. be determined in the absenceof
has greatly fallen off.: "more! subtile than any ,beast of the As to Mr. Mann's question "for my the winged specimens. It will
About here, on moist, heavy lands, field,", whocan tell what?" reasons for planting orange trees ten hardly be possible for us to breed the
drained prairie with clay subsoil, and E. H. HART. feet closer one way than the other," I imago from the eggs in the twigs you
Federal Point.Fla., September 13,1887.
even reclaimed bay heads, where the .. did not suppose it necessary to. give send.
mucky soil is sufficiently temperedwith For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. them again, as they had been given E. A.SCHWARZ, Ansistant.
sand, the Mandarin does admira- To Mr. c. B. Magruder.It only two weeks before in the DISPATCH Division September of Entomology 12f 1887. ,'Va hlngton.D.C.,

bly bearing continuously and pro- was to those who wrote me about in an article on lemons.I ..
fusely crops of fruit that sell above this particular climate and wjiat would do not wish to needlessly take up The exportation of oranges from the
the highest,quotations, on account 'of: grow here in this locality, and whetherit your space, but I will add that I never Halifax coast will fall little short this
its delicacy and beauty appearance. was healthy, etc., I had reference cross plow in a, grove. I only work year of the last crop,- and the groves
Sometimes trees will carry such loads when I wrote. I intended to reply one way.; I ]leave ,the wider distanceto i I have also made splendid. gr wth.-

as to lose most of the small twigs from: with,*all- the brotherly kindness that I*have*;* 'ample, room, fox that* work: 1" Halifax' ', '. .... 'Journal.TRE -' "..: "i.<.!,',"F,"
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s ; are usually found to be one-quarter to better kinds for this part of the Stateat great deal of stock is picked up out-
The Orchard! one-half seedlings and mixtures. least. Then the State being so long side of nurseries. 1 know of a man
'-' The Japan walnut, Juglans Siebaldi, from North to South, each section will travelling over the country buying
For the FLORIDA DI8P ATOlL is another 'promising acquisition, a have to experiment for: itself with dif- buds of Bidwell's peaches, from wherever
The Blood Plum. very rapid grower, produces the lar- ferent kinds to see what are best for he can find them, to bud onto

The"Blood Plum of Satsuma," the gest leaves of any member of the Jug- each locality, as well as what is the nursery stock ; it looks very likely
lans family, and produces medium best mode to manage as to pruningand that by the time he gets around he
the native of which
name seems to be sized oval nuts of good quality, in cultivation for each section or will have a decided mixture, and in a
"Uwase," and also known as "Shira- clusters. LUTHER BunB m. part.I few years they will be offered for saleas

taobene"was found in southern Japan, Santa Rosa, Cal., Sept. 9th, 1887. should very much like the countyas the genuine stock, but even at a
the :first tree of which was imported 4 well as the post-office address at- reduced rate they will be an expen-
I For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. tached to each piece written for the sive tree. JAMES MOTT.
by me two at an of
years ago expense Pruning Peach Trees.
DISPATCH. Then one could form an Orlando, Orange County, Fla., Sept. 5, 1887.
forty dollars in Japan. Not havingseen In,your note on the peachby EdgarL. idea whether the plan advocated wouldbe ----,-. .
the fruit I did not propagate it St. Cerau, in the DISPATCH of Au- likely to suit the reader's locality.I i For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
extensively, yet its vigorous growthand gust 1st, you convey the idea that the am fully convinced Florida is to be It be the Fig.
seems general opinion
rich dark leaves alone Peen to is the earliest first the fruit State "par excellence" of this
green peach. My that it do
does not to the
I fig,
Union. But in order to do so, we must prune
it for
would recommend cultivation.This peach trees were set out two years 'ago that will
many claiming they not
summer the tree bore some 200 last winter, and have all been treated all in a manner become experimenters, duce fruit if treated. Now pro-
fruits which ripened before the Kel- alike. One year ago the Alexanders, and not get on too heavy a load of big- this is good contrary to my so experience with,

sey,was half grown, or, in other words, Amsdens, Baker's early, Brice's early, head to start with. this fruit, at least with the White
it :is not less than five or six weeks Ashley's early and Jessee Kerr, (and, What troubles me most now, is to Adriatic. ,
earlier than that variety, larger and by the way, there is but ,little differ- get m_ sand bank rich enough to grow I procured two cuttings of the abovein
more nearly globular, much better in them twelve trees and vines, as I find insects trou- :
ence ), ripened some. March, 1886, four inches long, and
flavored, handsomer and in every way days before the Peen-tos, and this year ble weak growing trees and vines, them
planted as soon as received the
superior. The fruit is of a soli 1 clear ten days first. I shall endeavor to the same as lice and ticks always
1 urple color from pit to skin and convince you by a practical demon : take to the poorest calf in the herd.J. same figs; this year spring they I ripened cut them over back forty to a 4
M. Moss.
makes a purplish semitransparentjelly stration next season of the truth ,of
shoot about four inches in diam-
Cove ,
Springs Clay county September -
which has a peculiar, clear this statement. Of course large old 12,1837. eter at the collar, and each has a top }
guava or jelly flavor which all.ad- trees will mature their fruit sooner For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. at least eight feet high and the same '
mire. The fruit eaten in the fresh than small young trees will, other TREE AGENTS. in breadth.

state is very palatable, some claiming things being equal-my trees all being ., They are full of fruit. We have
that it is superior to any plum, ,either the same age, and same chance, A Shot Gun Case-Bull-Dog Won'tDo. been having ripe figs from them for
Japanese, American or European.No I standing side by side, I consider it a over a month, and.such figs I never
doubt it is destined to surprise. fair test as t, earliness. Tastes differ, To-day I met the "boss" of the dis-
saw anywhere, being from seven and
many who thought they knew some, but I prefer the flavor of these to the I. honest class of tree agents, a few miles one-half to nine inches in diameter,
thing about Japan plums. Peen-to, anrl. they certainly look much from Jacksonville resident of Flor- and fit for the gods to eat. If they
In reply to many inquiries which I the best There is one thing I can't ida and pretended to represent a responsible produce such fruit as this after being .
received from your state, I will give understand the two seasons past, the nursery in our State. He severely pruned, what will they do
my opinion of. several other Japan Peen to's have been almoot grown be- told the most wonderful stories of the without pruning? For the benefit of
plums, forty-three varieties of whichI fore the other kinds named came into peaches he was gelling; hundreds of some who have not succeeded with this
have fruited. bloom, and yet they matured their bushels of the Early Beatrice, Briggs tree I would :
"Botan" is of medium size, a good fruit as stated above. The Peen-to May, Amelia, and Hale's Early, Call My trees are say on high.pine land. I
grower and prolific, very juicy, sweet may be the best for South Florida or of the old Persian family), that had dug holes about two feet across, one
and, ,early.1 for sections where there is no clay been shipped from Starke, Lawtey, and one-half feet deep, filling them up
("Chabot"" is larger, firmer, not so subsoil, but I am budding most "of: and other points on the Florida Railway with straw and litter raked
sweet, perhaps not as desirable. mine into other sorts, shan't keep over and Navigation Co's road, all of around grass the, barn, and planted the cut-up
!"JLong Fruit" is not as good as de twentyfive.In which I knew'' to be a lie. He said
tings in clean sand in the centreof
scribed. The same may be said of regard to budding or graftingthe thC; Bidwell's early was a seedling of the hole.I .
"Mnsu." peach, I prefer budding on peach Hale's early (or that he had heard-it have never stirred the soil about
"Botankio" No.1 is similar stock the be said Well I looked him and
"toKelney. except trees are to set on so over the trees, simply scraping the surfaceto
moist land then would sized him and he should
graft on plum up thought keep down and weeds. I use
"Botankio" No.2, is a curiosity, stock, covering so as to get some roots he doing the State some service as a "Bradley's Superphosphate"grass as a fertilizer -
good grower, but so far not very productive from cion. State prison guest. scattered about the trees and
the leaf resembles apricot The Kelsey does much better with Last season several cases came to lightly hoed in. ,
'leaves, the fruit\ seems to be the con- me on plum stock than my knowledge of persons selling Bid Now, friends, try plan and re
necting link between Apricot and plum, Having been absent from home for well's Early trees, claiming in one case results. my

having the outside appearance of an some weeks, and out of reach of the they came from Georgia and in another port One point more. If want to
Apricot in perfection, the flesh tastingof DISPATCH, have but just noticed the from Alabama, when the facts make a good shaped tree you with a thick
both apricot and plum, clingstone, demolishment, of my theory and practice are that'Bidwell's Early was not nam- must constantly pinch back
the like and kindred ed until! ] 1885 and not tree top you
stone shaped an apricot stone; of pruning the peach July, a the branches during the growing sea-
but ,a little longer and more fruit by Mr. James Mott in your ,issue has yet gone out of his possession. In son. You will get more fruit by so
flattened. of August 29th. Undoubtedly the both of these cases the same men are doing.
The Yellow-Fleshed variety which I growing, pruning and caring for fruit soliciting orders. And there are F. N. HORTON.
shall introduce next season (none for trees ornearly11 varieties in this several other instances, of parties offering Braldentown, Fla.,September 15,1887. .
sale 'this' season) came in the same Jot State is, so to speak, still in swaddling Bidwell's early that I have .. ,
with : the Blood plum. It is very clothes.I every reason,to believe are not genu The Peen-to Peach. r
'large, globular, firm, sweet and the have so much confidence in very ine. Mr. Bidwell, within the next This is a very curiously shaped ,
trees bear very young and abundantly. close pruning that I trim all my trees few years, will be blamed for this peach, of medium size, and looks, ..
Among the many varieties now short alike. By turning to my short fraud which is being done on his when fully grown, something like a
growing here, none give the promiseof piece in the DISPATCH of August 1st, reputation, and there should be some small flat turnip, both ends being flat
being so great an acquisition as I you will see I only asked the different law to reach this class of scamps. tened. The color of the peach is a
these two, (the Blood and Yellow-, growers to make trial on a few trees The buyer, however, can hardly greenish white, beautifully washed
Fleshed). The Kelsey was first im, each, and so satisfy themselves in ref blame anyone but himself if he is de with red. The flesh is rich, meaty
ported accidentally, with a Jot o gard to the matter at very small ex frauded in buying trees not true to and juicy, and of fine quality. The
Japan persimmons. All the Japan. pense. I am well aware of the many name. I never take any money froma stone is probably smaller in compar-
plums appear to grow and bear. failures made in this part of the Statein stranger without scanning it closely, ison to size of peach than that of any
.much better worked on the peach trying to'grow the different varieties and I would never buy a tree unless I other known variety. This peach is
than when worked on their own roots., of the peach,plum and bunch grape,I knew it came from a reliable nursery,, fast growing in favor in this State, and
They thrive wonderfully, grafted intoold i but claim it is due to :not pruning en no matter how plausible or enticinga for general adaptability to Florida is
and otherwise useless, peach trees, tirely. story the agent told. equaled by few and superseded by
Trees are grown in Japan on a very, There are some varieties that don't t The nurserymen are to blame in none. Time of ripening varies according -
small scale, and the names are not to I grow as well as others, mostly very selling their cull stock to any man to soil and locality,from April
be depended upon, and any lot oi f r I early and ,very late sorts, and: right, whom they have the least suspicionwill 20th to June 1st. See engraving on
trees sent here under a certain;name here is where there is' such need of f sell it under a false I a abut, : a, page'795. .- .
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M' no seed, never grew from seed, and verse of the sixth chapter of St. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. -

Tropical; Plants, lastly that it is not a pine-apple at all. Luke's gospel.] The Vanilla Bean.

.. His assertion that the ladies of His appreciation of the old horse Will the Vanilla Bean grow in Flor-

For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. South Florida have hands like bunchesof banana dues but verify the proverb ida, and what kind of fertilizer does it

Great Cry and Little Wool. bananas, and their more northern that "there is no accounting for taste.*." require( ? A HEADER.

Some pretty loud squealing in the sisters like ghastly anatomies, every My expressed opinion; of its peculiar Orange City. F'a.' ,September 1, 1887.

DISPATCH of September 5th from the cavalier must pronounce an ungallant demerits is the same that passes cur- Vanilla belongs to a genus of para

pig, our friend Pliny the younger is and malicious misrepresentation pf the rent in all banana-producing countries sitical Orchidese, natives of tropical

bringipg to market, would make it fair sex. Beware 1 rash youth, for where the natives eye it askance, America and Asia, which springs at
appear -
that is what chance will you have against an as sailors do the beef that never
pork lively in Jackson first from the ground, and climbs with
ville. The army of enraged Amazons? Have chewed the cud, saying: "Old horse,
diet of
pig, a
hog bananas, does not upon boil down as you heard of a place, which, as the old horse, what brought you here?" etc. twining stems to the height of twentyor

solidly as corn fed pork. The following poet says, "hath no fury like a woman Perhaps Mr. M. prefers to take his thirty feet on trees, sending into

"little wool" is about all that can scorned ?" with a bone in the middle, like Paddy's them fibrous roots produced from

be deduced from his great cry'/' But they do tell some queer stories potato, a feature often present in a nodes, from which the leaves also
That about the young men of Manatee.Mr. carelessly ripened "old horse." It is, ,
and banana
Lady Finger Fig These roots, drawing from
: : Beach of Palatka invited grow. sap
one of however, undeniable that this ancient
are terms as general and indefinite .
them to the at his house. fruit is the trees, sustain the plants even after
pippin apple and heart cherry. Thatas spend night equine a very good bananafor -
The of the host the principal root has been destroyed.
a number of others have tried curiosity finally got those who like that kind of a

plants of musa eneete in well preparedand the better of his prudence, and he banana-and even for anybody else- The flowers are in spikes, and are very

fertilized soil only to lose,, ,them softly turned up the cover of the bed when none other can be had-as they large, fleshy, and generally fragrant.The .
to see if his had web feet. His who down the in
guest go to sea shipswould
during: the summer heat and drought, fruit is a pod-like, fleshy capsule
astonishment at the number and size in
say "any port a storm.
may not his contrary experience be the side. The Vanillaof
opening along
the exception that the, rule] ? of the corns disclosed was so great But as long as my own children can
That because he has proves not seen with his that he forgot to notice whether any have their choice, which is what Pliny commerce is made from the fruit of

eyes, and touched with his hands the membranous processes existed be- the younger calls Hobson's Choice, Vanilla planifloria, a species indigenous -

seeds of M. Cavendishii which is a tween the doights du p1ed. Moreover, they will never touch a Bobo., to Mexico and other tropical
also, the resemblance of these pedal 1I: OBSON.
paradisica, he, doubting Thomas.like, extremities to hand of << countries. It begins to bear fruit in
1. refuses to believe in the same outside an overgrown For 11m,FLORIDA DISPATCH. three and continues
bananas that productivefor
was so striking one no years
, of the Bengal archipelago. No matter Questions on Tropical Fruit Culture.
i longer wonders why, with feet so thirty or forty years. The podsare
what others have seen the demonstration
formed the head should Wishing to make something of a
must be ocular and palpableor musa-cally from six to eight inches long. Ina
become somewhat mixcellaneous of bananas and I
on specialty pine-apples
notbelieve. ,
he will state of nature, the assistance of beesor
the banana question, or that tender would make the
That we are to infer that the hosts inquiries concerning
hoofs should stand from under. Such other insects is said to be necessary to
of varieties occurring in the tropics, culture of each. I have read every-
pedestals will do to build a reputationupon fertilize the flowers, which, without
either from seed
originate carefully
selected by the most degraded of all and Chicago may well turn thing I have seen in the DISPATCH on this aid, drop prematurely. A few

savages; the Andamen, or from sport- green with envy. these subjects, and still quest ions arise, specimens.were found wild a few years

ing offsets saved by the many Asa EL BOBO. either wise or otherwise. ago on the extreme southern point of .

Grays ,and Peter Hendersons, of Ethi-- Those who have perused that enter- BANANAS.I Florida. It being a tropical plant,

opic and Portuguese extraction, living taining melange of Captain Marryat, have 140 hills of this fruit and a perennial, it would not likely be
regions equatorial, which offsets entitled "The Pasha of Many Tales] ," of three. varieties. I have tried successfully in Florida
time in millions grown
may occur one ten ,
will remember Huckaback and the
and not one in a thousand be) worth monk Anselma whose wonderful the hilling up, also flat .culture, dry, The Liatris odora'is8 ma. or wild

saving. That although solid mulching 'ers of invention, astonished their pow-ca- wet and medium lands, with, and Vanilla, has an aromatic foliage, and

a foot thick, enriched by myriadsof pricious and despotic auditor, inas- without manure. I will not now state the leaves are sometimes used for flav-
dead mosquitoes, do for South oring cigars and tobacco. but it has no
may much that the latter, bewildered at the the result of my experiments with bananas -
Floridians in relation whatever to the Vanilla plant
living saw-grass ponds,
number and of marvellousyarns
variety First What is the best distance
other soils and conditions of soils in that produces the fragrant pods of that
declared that bred
one story each set bananas?
the more civilized portions of the State way to name.
another. Editors like to receive .
may require different treatment. Thatas Second, Which is preferable; on dry
breeding articles or those of
so -
corn can be overworked to its un suggestive land, flat or hill culture? Third, In For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
a character that, like the creations .
is is it well to cut the flower The Quava. .'
doing, it an open question whether of an Eastern story-teller, they fruiting,
from lack of fertilizing or too frequent forth bulb, or blossom? Some claim the fruit In answer to Mr. Chesebro, fri the
bring a numerous By
culture, his bananas were this means a ,although progeny.complete matures better and quicker if the DISPATCH of September 5, in regardto

starved or hoed to death. in itself, becomes paper pervaded with a blossom is cut. Fourth, is there a va- guavas: ,
That it is a mighty fine thing for kind of to-be-continued-in-our-next riety known as the Blue Stem As to which is the best guava depends -

Northern Florida to have a banana flavor, that keeps its readers perpet- PINE APPLES. entirely on the taste of the in-

which, like Hart's Choice, is as good as ually on the ragged edge of expectation. In the summer of 1885, I set dividual. I prefer the common Flor-

the Cavendishii, seeing the latter excellent The DISPATCH is usually pregnant both crowns and crownlets, thee ida guava to either the Chinese or
variety is uncertain even at all died the Cattley. The Chinese or yellow guava
with things of this sort, which atter crown plants
Manatee and further north, althoughthe accounts for its popularity and fur- rooted well passed the cold snap of; (Psidium Chinese) is the most hardy

best that can be had south of the nishes a hint to less enterprising con- January 86 without injury, and without with me; P. Cattlevnnum being killedto
Caloosahatchie river. He does not mulch the ground in 1886 while P. Chinese -
whose labors when
temporaries, theydo or any especial protection.
tell us how of those dainty little was unhurt. Neither the Cattleyor
many occur, suggest the Horatian sar In the summer of 86 I moved them
Cuba bananas, or any other kind, for calm of "Parturiunt monies" fr another lot; so prevented their Chinese is as high flavored, or as

that matter were left over at Manatee. Mr. Mitchell's remarks upon fruiting this year. They passed the large as the common kind, but both
after the big freeze. make a fine jelly, and are very good
El bobo banana may be considered as second winter safely, and have this
" The Alaska project is good, but was begetting a portion of this vagrant season made a marvelous growth. eaten with sugar and milk. They
it wise to let it out, since some smart commentary. The obnoxions term About two dozen plants in all. I have also make an excellent jam and pre-
Aleck now rush in ahead and serve. Both varieties are dwarf as to
may them white sand-hill. I chose
was not applied to him nor to any on a
overstock the Aleutian market with body in particular but cast aside likean the poorest land I had,, thinking the growth and quite ornamental I prefer

orange trees before he gets there? old shoe. He has picked it up and darKer better soil*too *cold for them. the Chinese as being more hardy,
Yes! there will be some one thereI prolific, and quite as good for culinary
tried it on, and it seems to pinch some- I fertilized them with manure from the
( mean in Petropaulouski), and it where. If he should look into a cow-pen. They are set two feet apart purposes. They do best on moist, rich

will be Pliny the younger, by that Spanish dictionary, or consult an intelligent each waVe They have been mulched land, but will grow and fruit on high

time Pliny the elder, not sitting on a Iberian, he would soon find with Spanish moss for some months, pine if treated the same as the orange.P. .

herring box, but supported by Peter out what a Bobo is, and then the shoe and received no hoeing. Cattleyanum bears two crops andP.

Henderson, Loudon, Baron Mueller, would pinch worse than ever, and his' Will some pine-apple gardener Chinese three crops a year. One-
the apocrypha and the wise men of good opinion of your unfortunate please to tell me in what I should I year-old plants can be bought( very

Gotham, correspondent be materially lessened. have done differentlv? reasonable from several nurserymenin

"WAITING AND WATCHING" However there is consolation in not V. P. SIMMONS. the State. v

like the Wandering Jew, through the being universally well) spoken of, as Midland, PolK county, Fla. Locat'on between H. L. 'VHEAT LEY.

mists of centuries. to tell us thatit ,bas one may find by turning to,the 26th 1S87.t1 Lakes. 1 Buffum and.Crooked.: ",'Sept..!, :-f.lit:, cf Altamonte..?tember7.18S7.Nnrserles.Orange. 'Co.,, .. Fla..? ..',, Sep-





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798: .' _d" > THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. [SEF'TEHBER 26, 1887. ..I

and the hay was thrown up in great a variety of ways, and may be depended meal pass into the muck? My own i
The faFD\:\. swaths behind him. After dinner he upon from October till June. impression is that the cotton seed meal i
said he wasn't no hand to mow nohow, On good pine land, without fertilizer does not affect the muck any more For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. and he reckoned he would quit the it.is quite safe to count on at least than oatmeal or any other good food
job. I paid him off and he went on 200 bushels per acre. It should be would do. In short, how far are the
Haying in Pasco County. his winding way. I hurried off to seek planted in hills four feet apart and droppings of cattle affected by the food
In an article that I wrote for the another hand, and heard of a native cultivated level and very shallow, they eat? In my opinion it would t
DISPATCH the past spring, I said thatat who would probably be glad of work, as deep cultivation tends to make the be better to mix the cotton seed
some future time I would give my and went to see him. A near neigh- large roots run too deep into the meal directly with the muck instead of
plan of making hay in Florida. I bor of the man confidently told me ground. It must be kept quite clean feeding it to the cattle. Of course the
have just completed haying for this that the man wasn't very big in statue, until large enough to shade the benefit of the cattle manure is not
year, and will now give my modus but he was a perfect cyclone when he ground, which it usually does in July. questioned, but how is it affected by
operandi.! and a tough job of work came together.I Some plant in the fall and have good feeding them with cotton seed meal ?
Three years ago I enclosed two hired "young" Jones and proceeded success. The best stand I ever had J. WILLIS W ESTI1A KF..
acres and a half around 'my house. home. Jones acknowledged that he was from seed planted in December.I Lake Helen,Volusia Co., Sept.16, 1887.
The, land was near the edge of a lake had never cut grass, but he had seen do not think that it ought to be We would be pleased to hear from
*that had a white, sandy bottom, and his brother-in-law cut it sometimes, planted in orange groves as it takes our readers who have experimentedwith
this enclosed land would have taken and hadn't a doubt but that he could too much strength from the tree.I cotton seed meal in feeding and
the premium anywhere for extreme get the "hang of it" in no time. He usually let mine grow until time in mixing in compost.-ED. Dis.
poverty I was determined to raise cheerfully moistened the palms of his for frost, then cut it off aboutone -.-.-4-
:;.the standard of fertility of that plat of hands and went to work after I had inch above the ground. These Home-Made Patent Phos-
ground: if I was compelled to haul on showed him how to use the blade. It stalks then cut off I lay vs.
it all the leaves and muck in Pasco soon became evident to me that his in a dry, cool place a few weeks, thenI phates.
For five I have made
county. I measured off an acre, and watching ,his brother-in-law cut grass, cut them into pieces long enough to I years past my
on this mound I spread evenly forty hadn't qualified him to cut it. The have, about three eyes to the piece. own special fertilizer, and cordially
big loads of leaves and ten loads of point of the blade would enter the Then I plant by placing one piece ina invite my brother farmers to pursue
,-leaf mould and muck. I the same course,as it has saved me fifty
pond plantedcow ground with a dull thud or anon, hill, and cover six inches deep. In C
peas the first year, which did tolerably skins over the top of the grass. Jones the spring about two inches of the dollars each year. The materials are
well, although tha ground was soon became discouraged, and it required earth should be scraped off so as to easily procured, and are as follows:
extremely porous,for the great mass of : my most pursuasive encouragement leave the stalk covered but four in- One barrel of hen manure; one barrelof 1
." leaves did not rot until the followingyear. I to make him stick to it. He ground plaster, one barrel of saltf
The next spring 'I drilled in offered the information that he con- ches.The root left in the ground I pull Cadiz; three barrels of dry -
.I three thousand pounds of cotton-seed sidered corn fodder much superior to up whenever desired for use. It will these ingredients to be pulverized and
.meal and planted to Irish potatoes. hay, for the women and children could not keep more than a few days out of well mixed. Apply about a teacup
full in the hill. I have dthe above
After these were off, I planted conch pull that while the men were off hog the gr und. By lea ving the stubs one use
and several brands of
peas, which made a tremendous hunting or engaged in equally laborious inch high I can always see where the compost phosphate -
side side for beth and
growth. This spring I planted to work. During the evening be- hill is. After cutting the roots from by corn
and the results have beenin
icorn, one kernel to the hill, five feet tween his trips to the well he would the stub, I also plant the stub, as it potatoes,
favor of the former Warren Os-
,apart. The corn produced on this lean on the snathe and gaze at the will grow and produce just as well if -
acre was the admiration and astonish heavens with a wrapt look as though not better than the stalks. Last good, in Starke Telegraph. .
ment of every one who saw it. I let he saw seraphic visions in the air. It spring I gave one of my neighbors a .
every sucker grow, and some hills had may have been that he was watching to lot of stubs, and now he has a fine At this time indications of a short
three suckers and the main stalk, and see how high the sun was, when the patch of cassava. crop of cotton in this county are to be
,these all grew about twelve feet high, sun finally dropped below the horizon' When fed to chickens it ought to seen in almost every field. The pros
and were as large around as Mississippior I Jones dropped his scythe ,with a suddenness be first cooked, and then chopped up pects for a large yield during the early
Illinois bottom corn. The suckers that made me think at first very fine. A meat chopper would be part of the season was marred, as the
made good ears. One variety of corn, that it had suddenly become red hot. just the thing for that purpose. When plant began to fruit by continued wet
called Brazilian flour corn, suckered He ate his supper in silence; he wore a thus chopped and mixed with a little weather for several days; added to this
profusely, And one particular hill had clouded brow, and his garments hung bran it makes the cheapest food for caterpillars have appeared and are
I ten suckers, and made twenty-one ears. about his person as though he had poultry to be had in Florida. Chickens doing great damage. Many who profess
After this corn was gathered, and. it taken a bath with his clothes on. After also like it raw, and if given a rootas to Know estimate the r.eld at one-
turned out immense, 1 pulled up the supper I said, "I suppose you will be large as the bed-post they will pick hal, while others go that
stalks and let the crab grass grow. around bright and early to-morrow away at it till nothing but the thin, figure. Few are to be found who cal-
The leaves and muck had now become Jones?" Jones turned on me. "I outside covering is left. It does not culate upon anything above one-half
thoroughly assimilated with the soil, ain't stuck after that job any more seem to prevent hens from laying in a full crop.-Madison Recorder.
and the way the grass grew was amaz- and you will have togetanotherman." the least. Farmers of Jefferson county are
ing and this in'spite of the drye,3t. wet From the calm and peaceful appear- When fed to cows it should be having fine weather for gathering cot-
season ever known in Florida. When ance of things on the hay field, I con- washe very clean and broken into ton and they are making the best of
ready to cut the grass stood waist cluded that Jones and this particular small pieces. I pull it up and throwit it. Some of the oldest settlers say
.high, and in some places was badly had to the them do their
tough job never come a cyclone to hogs, letting they have never seen a better crop
lodged. In such placesthe grass, when focus. I cut the hay myself, and ,it own cleaning.It year than this has been. There has
drawn up, would reach to my shoul- made over two tons of fine hay. DidI dearly loves fertilizer of every not been very much cotton sold hereas
der. I never saw such grass in New hear some one remark that hay could kind, though it will produce well with- yet. The farmers have it in their
York, the champion hay producing not be made in Florida? out any. I must again remark that I own cotton houses. Mr. Joseph Bros-
State of the Union. From my slight M. P. ARNOLD. do not see why everybody does not, well, of Aucilla, gathered off of twenty
experience last year, I had no con- Rlchland,Pasco county, Fla.,Sept. 1, 1887.k have at least a small patch of cassava., acres twenty bales. That was last vear."
suming desire to tackle that acre of FARMER JOHN. This year he planted one hun"dredJ]
grass with a scythe, so I hied me For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. Keuka, Putman Co., Fla.,September 12,1887.1 acres and has gathered sixty bales,
.away to a native in the neighborhood.He Farmer John on Cassava. -.- will
get twenty or thirty more.
could not come, but a darkey who For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
At this season of the year T' am kept
vhad just strolled up, expressed his Which is the Best Way to Use Mr. W. S. Burdette has several
willingness. to mow for me. I broughthim too busy to write but there are too Cotton Seed Meal? stalks of milo maize which are a little

home and placed a sharp scythein many calls for information concerningcassava In speaking of the manufacture of a more than ten feet in height, the seed
his hand. I introduced him to the that I*cannot well refuse to I certain fertilizer, some weeks ago, you for which was planted in the month of
job. He 'lowed" before he began say something.It stated that muck was put in the cow April last on his place near Lake Elf -
"that he neber see no such grass no- is strange that everybody in stables, and that a certain amount oJ Dorado, three miles east of Eustis.
where." I went to note his progress Florida does not raise cassava. It I cotton seed meal was then fed to the The maize was raised for fodder for
several times during the morning, and produces well on the poorest land and j cattle, etc. The implication was that his horse, and the fourth crop is now
would cheerfully ask him how he amazingly on rich hammock lands. I 1 the chemical elements of the meal being cut, all being the result of one
was getting on. His invariable solemn want nothing better to feed poultryand j passed through the cattle into the planting at the time above stated.
reply was. "Only jes middling boss." hogs. It is generally relished by J muck, thus impartingto it nitrogenousand The stalks referred to were allowed
When dinner time came, a more com- cows, but I find it notso good for : other fertilizing matter. Now, ]I continuous growth from the first. Mr.
pletely played out darkey'it would horses or mules, though they are very :ask for information, whether this im- B. has been successful 'with Kaffircorn
have been hard to. find. He had.. fond, of it. It is an excellent food plication is well, founded? Do the and millet.:Ev&tu SemiTropiCal
'hardly, made a beginning in his patch,; for'table.'use. and can be prepared in :peculiar 'elements of, the .cotton seed ,.-' .' 't.. .

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es below the surface. One-year-old three weeks to become settled and sand in Florida so destitute of humus, ,
The Qlfden. plants will afford a crop in two years. ; compacted by the rain. and. therefore, so "poor" so to need -v;,
-_. two-year-old plants in one year. This It is important to use good nitrogenous applications, like stable >:
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. bed, if properly cared for, will be good : judgment in the selection of plants., manure, cow chips, etc.; but the writ-
Kitchen Garden. for twenty or twenty-five years. To Dark or black roots are. of no .,er's observation' experience in this
OCTOBER.Ay make an Asparagus seed bed, make value; only those plants should be put county have led him to' the conclusion "
thou art welcome, heaven's delicious the soil very rich, sow in drills two into the ground which have an abun- that the mineral elements are much
When breath woods, begin to wear the crimson leaf, feet apart, and when plants are' six dance of long, fresh, yellow roots. more needed than nitrogen. This calls .
And sons grow meek, and the meets suns inches high, thin to four inches apart. Neither should those be selected'whichhave for commercial fertilizers. Of the
And grow the brier year smiles as it draws near its One-year-old plants are considered best stood during the summer in a nearly 6,000 bushels of strawberries
death. for transplanting.Keep deep tangle of crab grass and weeds. shipped North last spring from this
Wind of the sunny South,oh,still delay
In the gay woods and in the garden air, on transplanting cabbage, Though they may have fairly good county, not the half of one per cent.
Journeying Like to a good in long old serenity age released away.from care. etc., as directed.last month. roots, the leaf stems are long and tender i were grown on anything else. Even
Bryant. J. H. S. ; they wilt at once and fall over at cotton seed meal is not to be dependedon
October is a kind of second springto a distance from the crown, instead of for strawberries, at least not with-
us, and it is certainly one of the For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.Strawberry clustering! over and shading it _as they out being supplemented with a liberal
most pleasant months of the All Culture. should do. It is well for the plant to application of potash (sulphate or mu-
year. Considerable money was made on have a dozen or so of its leaves left on rate Cotton seed meal gives clean, a
preparations for garden work, not already this crop last spring, where the soil when it is planted; they protect the nice vines (those treated with commer-
completed, must now be pushed was well chosen and the berries well crown from the hot sun. cial fertilizers are more subject to leaf-
forward. Soil, tools, fertilizer, plants handled. The writer is familiar with In this State a grower frequently rust), but the fruit is deficient in qual-
and seeds should be in readiness, so instances where $450 to $500 worth wishes to carry on an acre or two of ity, late sour and soft Commercial
were sold from an acre (generally on strawberries or truck, but does not fertilizers are indispensable to give'
there need be no delay. Do not think
patches not exceeding two or three really need a horse except for a limited firm, early, sweet berries, capable of
that the kitchen garden is of small im- acres,) netting from $275 to $350 per season. The admirable Planet, Jr., enduring long transportation. Forty
portance and not worthy of a man's acre. On the other hand, where mis- hand plows and hand hoes enable himto dollars an acre for chemical manure
"t attention, as too many do. Nothing takes were made in the selection of cultivate his crops wholly by man may seem an extraordinary outlay,
will add more to the comfort and the soil, orin the picking and shippingof power, and do it well. For man power but the strawberry is a capriciousfruit
the berries received culture the be made close sensitive to conditionsof
health of the family than an abundant no profit was rows may extremely
and sometimes an actual loss was in together, and thus a greater yield be soil and manure; and when it is to
supply of fresh, ripe vegetables on the curred. Two fields,_for instance_ separated obtained. A very good plan is to be shipped a thousand.. miles at aprofit
a a .a a
table, and the saving in the store bill only by a road, were of suchdifferent make the rows alternately twenty and the grower had better make" up
amply pays for the time and labor ex soils and 'were so differently sixteen inches apart, with the plants his mind at the outset to give it the
pended. managed, that one netted the grower fifteen inches apart in the rows. This food and treatment it asks for; other-
Re-read. the directions for over $300 per acre, while the other gives a good space for the pickers to wise he had better let it alone; he
given: barely paid for the fertilizer applied, walk; besides which, the rows being in stands a good chance of suffering se-
September, and continue the opera- leaving the labor and all other mate- pairs, as it were, the pickers are not so rious loss from shipping fruit which
tions there described, only droppingfrom rial to be counted as a loss. likely to omit one. Sixteen inches is will l not "stand up" all the way from
the list of things to be'sown the The writer is not familiar with ham- too narrow a space for the pickers; Florida to New York. This is what
more tender varieties. Spinach, cress mock soil, but that of a cypress: swamp, they tread on and crush the outlying berries grown on nitrogenous manures
which is closely related to hammock, berries. will not do; they will go to slush.
still be inter-
and lettuce may sown at is found excellent for strawberries, if A line being stretched along the And by nitrogenous manures is
vals, also all root crops. Onions, both it'is thoroughly drained.It ground to plant by, the holes for the meant stable manure,cotton seed meal,
sets and seed, may still be put in. Peas is difficult to have the soil too plants may be made with a marker or hen manure, etc., in distinction from .
may still be planted, choosing the early moist for the strawberry, if provisionis spud of some kind-with one point or artificial fertilizers. A neighbor of
dwarf varieties. Irish potatoes are to made to prevent water from standing several-the points being tipped with the writer tried an experiment with
be planted again this month. Sowing on the plants or near the surface. steel to clear themselves of earth. The stable manure on strawberries, and it
only a little of each kind of seed at a But the strawberry will not flourishin hole should be about three inches long was a signal failure; the name and de-
time will secure a continuous supplyof a dry land. Wherever the sedge, and half as wide. Let the plant be tails.would be given here if the experi-
fresh vegetable. Care must still be Cyp eras nuttallii, often erroneouslycalled put into it with the roots straightenedout menter had not requested that they be
taken to shade and water, as occasion a grass, occurs in quantities, it and down, and one,side of the hole withheld from publication.
may require. It required frequent is a waste of time and labor to plant broken in clear to the bottom, holdingthe Whatever experiments the reader
failures to impress this upon my mind, this or almost any other fruit or vege- roots firm their whole length. It may try for the main crop, he had
and it was not until I began to care table. is important to keep one side of the better depend on some good standard
for the seed as soon as it was put into In the sandy soil of Florida it is hole unbroken to retain moisture. Let brand of commerciel fertilizer. The
the ground that -I met with any suc- generally best to bed up the land for no dry sand go into the hole with the writer can, out of his own experience,
cess. It is i seless to put small seed strawberries. In very light sand this roots, and let the earth be very firmly conscientiously recommend Hapes
into our light, sandy soil without protecting !may not be necessary, but it is hardly packed. If an air space is left about "Fruit and Vine Manure" as adaptedfor
it,except under the most favor- worth while to attempt to grow themat the roots they will dry out and wither. strawberry growing on Florida
able conditions. It is desirable all in such soil. The The of the be
to porous au- crown plant must carefully soils. On a plat of two acres grown
have one or more barrels of liquid fertilizer tumn drouth renders it very difficultto adjusted to the level of the by himself last season, the best berries
at hand, saving all the 'slops secure a stand. Sandy soil, whichis ground, just rising above it after the and the greatest yield were obtained
' from the house, and putting in some sufficiently retentive of moisture to earth has been packed. directly around the young orange
i guano from the hen-house. Care must be suitable for strawberries,had betterbe Early berries are, of course trees where the Mapes fertilizer had
now be taken with the growing crops; worked in beds. These ought to desirable for Northern shipments.A been applied, while the rest of the
keep them well worked and free from be at least six feet wide, to prevent large yield is also necessaryfor field had been treated with the goodsof
'. weeds and grass. A stratum of loose evaporation and drying out in a the highest profit. Plants set another firm.
j3oil is a good mulch; it prevents rapid drouth, and should be dressed very very late, even in November, yield The beginner will do well to
evaporation, and acts as an absorbent, smooth and a little full in the middle, the earliest berries of the plantation, sow one-half the quantity broad-
taking up the fertilizing gasses of the to keep water from standing in pud- but they very soon cease fruiting and cast, and harvest it well in,
atmosphere.If dles around newly set plants. These go to throwing out runners; while at least two weeks before planting.This .
the Asparagus bed has not yet beds can be prepared very expedi- plants set in September or early in removes the danger of"burning"the
been made, now is the time to attendto tiously by throwing them up with a October keep on putting out berriesfor plants, and also gives them a good
it. A small bed for home use may plow, then leveling and mellowing the three months or more. It is often start promptly. The other half (one-
be made as follows: Lay off rows four surface with the discand smoothing har- difficult, if not quite impossible, to geta half ton) may be given at two appli-
I feet apart, dig trenches eighteen inches rows. As a last touch, they ought to stand in the late autumn, on accountof cations, say one in November, and one
deep, keeping top and subsoil sep- be rolled with a roller weighing about dry, hot weather; hence it is of the just before mulching time, about
arate; put eight inches of stable man- 300 pounds, which may be made of a first importance to set the plants in Christmas. A light furrow is run
ure in the bottom, put in the top soil smooth pine log. It is best to have September, and promptly fill up all three or four inches from the plants
until the trench is within six inches of this hauled by two men, as oxen or missing places as they occur, so as to with a Planet, Jr., the fertilizerfetrewn!
being full; place the plants on this horses leave deep tracks, which spoil have a perfect stand by October 20th. in it and covered with a return furrow.
two feet apart, spread out the roots the surface of the bed for nice work in In the North a good supplyof Cultivation, mulching, and some
well and fill up the trench with good planting. When thus rolled, the beds well-rotted stable manure is other topics can stand over to another
soil, raking it smooth. The crowns oil are ready at once to receive plants, considered the strawberry growers' paper. SACRISTAN.,,
the plants should be two or.three otherwise they ought to stand two or vade mecum. There may be tracts oi f I Bradford County,Fla.




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3'' strongest growers and a constant and tive countries and some of their vention was a so-called blue hydrangea -

Ornamental rl!Ollticul t\llle. profuse bloomer. The flowers are uuses. that set my teeth on edge,'it was

pure white at first and very fragrant, This work was originally writtenfor so ugly. Its color was of a muddy,
hue. But last week when
purplish ,
BY W. C. BTEELE.Honeysuckles.
they turn' yellow as they fade, and a those parts of the Australian con- out driving, I espied two specimens ofa

vine in full bloom will contain hun- tinent south of the Tropics. The pre- real, true sky-blue hydrangea on an

This is the common name usually I dreds of both colors. There are two sent edition has been revised and much acquaintance's upper piazza. No soon-

given to a family of climbing vines of I or' three other varieties very similar to matter added with the view of adapt- er seen, than I stopped to enquire her
and here what she
the genus Lonicera. Besides these'there the above, differing only in minor ing it to needs of the. American pea told processes me she, considered repeat the cause. .The

are several shrubs which are points hardly noticable by an ordinary ple. plants were the ordinary pale pink va-

called "bush honeysuckles." In the observer. The book does not aim to includeall riety so common with us all, and in attempting -

North and West a hardy climber, Three years ago we received with the plants that can be grown out- to grow them to grand specimen -

'.Red Coral" above mentioned side of the but those plants with luxuriant blooms, she
Tecoma (Bignonia) radicans, is com- another Tropics, only
had prepared a liquid manure of poul-
labled Lonicera Sinensisor which have economic value.
variety some
monly called "trumpet honeysuckle.
try droppings, which she poured
Chinese honeysuckle. But it does Yet in' examining the volume we were around all of her plants weekly since

not answer to the description in the very much surprised to find how March last. Her astonishment was

catalogue, nor is it described in anyto many things that are usually culti- great when she discovered that her

which we have ,access.rfhe flowersare vated solely for ornament, are in some last season's rose-colored flowers were
now replaced by a delicate, pleasingtone
and of the world used for food ,
not quite so large spreadingas part or
of blue. She does not know of
the white, are pure white inside medicine. For instance, the tubers of any other thing which she did that

J but dark red on the outside. The the common Madeira vine, Boussin could have caused the change in color.

foliage is similar to the other but very gaultia baselloides, are said to be She gave me liberally of cuttings, andI t

much, darker, having a reddish brown edible. gave in return a plant of Thomas
Hogg,which she will treat in the same
tinge fully justifying the common Sanseviera Zeilanica, another plant
way to see if it will come out a blue t

name which a neighbor says she has which is becoming quite common as a, next season. This was a real, pleasing

heard applied to itin Ohio,viz:"black" house plant in Florida on account of sky-blue, with not a suggestion of

a y honeysuckle. If any reader knows its curiously marked leaves, is said to muddiness. The clusters were fully
and ten inches in diameter, and
the true name of this variety we shouldbe be a valuable fiber plant. "Four eight
plants not higher than eighteen inches
There exists great confusion in the glad to hear what it is. pounds of leaves give about one poundof had from six to seven of these large

nomenclature of the different varieties One of the handsomest varieties of fiber which unites softness and heads of bloom. I have been told that

oflLonicera. Our first cut this week the family Lonicera aurea reticulataor silky luster with extraordinary strengthand blue swamp mud or iron filings from.a'

Golden is in its native blacksmith's shop, will cause this blue
represents the Trumpet honeysuckle.This Japan honeysuckle fully tenacity, serving
color, but the owner of these plants
described in another column. All country particularly bow-strings.
is and
a vigorous
strong grower One be learned from disclaims and treatment further than
thing may
constant,"# bloomer. As will be seen these, varieties are evergreen in Flor this book, which should be of great above stated.
from the cut the flowers are tubular ida. _!interest to every_fruit grower of Florida : 4 '
-. 'C'I1'D d, .
.A.:.l.U w 01 o J.U.L "UIOJCII vv in ow.On
Thisis viz that there hundreds of
and almost perfectly regular. : are
the Japan Honeysuckle. plants, shrubs and trees; bearing edi- this subject a writer in Popular
unquestionably true "Trumpet :
A correspondent of Park's'Floral ble fruits nuts found in other
Yet the hon- or partsof Gardening offers the following good
honeysuckle. Trumpet Magazine, writing from Maryland, the world that might be introducedinto advice
eysuckle is also called Red coral in this State with probabilitythat : t.
says : every The rock that the amateur flower.
many catalogues, but a vine received Golden veined a large percentage of them would
"Japan or honeysuckle -
from a prominent firm of florists near is well deserving of the name.I thrive and prove profitable. lover dashes her hopes'upon the
soonest is, to take some choice hot-
There are fifteen species of Psidiumthe
New York city, as Red Coral, is en- do not know of a vine that has a
bloom when
house plant in lovely
ornamental I have ( botanical name of the Guava,)
tirely distinct. The flowers are irreg- more appearance. bought, and try to make it in an
fourteen old that is all natives of the West Indies, Centralor grow
ular, being almost as distinctly two- one years certainlya South America. ordinary sitting room, and with the
It riot
thing of beauty. runs over a
lipped a?' the common white varieties. fence and clambers high up in cherry The fruit of most of them is said to small knowledge she may have of its

The color is also different, being lighter tree, and is at present filled with its be edible, probably many more of nature and treatment.
Make one rule and stick to it. Never
,and the inside of the petals has an pure white flowers, freighting the air in them eral cultivation would prove in Florida.desirable forgen-; buy a plant in bloom.. If your heart
instead of the clear its vicinity with its delightful odor. It
orange tinge deep, The amount of information con- yearns to possess some lovely greenhouse -
red of the Trumpet. is' much admired by every of the tained in this volume would astonish darling, get a small slip and
dark trey
The green foliage careful reader. stick to the florist till he tells_you exactly -
with its scarlet fruit forms any
a splendid
what do with it.
to But stay
back-ground for the golden leaves of For example, there are twenty-one
It native species of oak in the United your desires to grow wonderful plants
the honeysuckle. grows very rap-
and see what can do with common
States and four more in Mexico. you
k ,G idly, and will, in a few years, assume things.I .
Almost has read heard
every one or
immense proportions. If a branch have succeeded this winter with t..
of the Eucalyptus globulus or .
perchance falls on the ground it readily
Geraniums in bloom since Christmas.
of Australia but how know
gum many
roots at every joint"Though that Von Mueller describes fifty-nine Petunias,that just "bloom," Callas that
rather slow in getting delight the of by. But
other species and mentions incidentallya eyes passers III
J'A\ started at first, yet when it becomes number of species that he does not my success was a Nasturium. Plantedin

0 ': well established, it is. as strong as the describe. a small willow basket on a bracket
more common varieties. The book, is interesting and valuableto close to the window glass, its scarlet

all who desirf to learn more of the sweet scented blossoms have been a

sOur possibilities of the future of Florida. daily delight since February. Pink
Select Extra TropIcal.Plants.
< Oxalis in a row of small pots make an
We have been favored by the publisher A "Sky-Blue" Hydrangea.The upper shelf a blaze of color. These,

I Geo. S. Davis, Detroit, Micb.j, following,written by Mrs.J. S. too, only succeed close to the glass.

second cut represents the com- with a copy of a book bearing the R. Thomson, to the American Garden, An Ivy Geranium on a bracket is
another success. Also KenilworthIvy
mon form of honeysuckle. There are above title, the author being Baron l shows what can be done to change the and a lovely Musk ,plant.

several varieties which are very much Ferd VonMueller. The design and colors of flowers by care, cultivation .

alike, so much so that a plain black scope of the voluma are tersely givenon l and fertilizer. In the sixth line of the note ,of

and,white picture will represent one the title page as follows: Selecl t Still, there are bright blue hy- "Imogene's" communication in the'

as well as another. Probably the best Extra Tropical Plants readily eligi drangeas that are blue without extra last issue, read "leaves" instead of

of,the lot is Lonicera Halleana or ble for industrial culture or naturali!. care or cultivation.At "beans" and in the tenth line ,.-read, ,

Hall's honeysuckle. Itis one of the zation.(; With indications of their na the Philadelphia ,-Florista's Con bloomer" instead. of"bloom." t






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Pine-apples have been ripening fora term but quietly rest in some secluded I confess sometimes in reading.over
rIOIIl Interests. month or more, and are still bloom- spot, and so kept cool. But on removing the reports they conflict somewhat;
ing, so we know we arejgoing: to have to the South, circumstance I still no two persons look at the same
BY MRS. E. A. HILL. them all winter. compelled me to work, and ordinary matter exactly alike, and taken alto-
: Then those who are lucky enoughto clothes were a burden. One day I gether I think you can honestly be
The Journal from Illinois to FlorIda
V have the Scuppernong grape are asked a charming woman of my acquaintance very proud of your State, and the energetic -
will be continued' next week.-ED. doubly blessed, for they bear so very who had spent several efforts that are being made to
H.L full, and are excellent. summers. in Florida, how she managedto advance its prosperity. As having
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.To Our nearest neighbor to the south keep cool. "By wearing Indian- hopes Floridaward, I earnestlytwishyou
the Illinois Sister. sold over$20 worth from his last year, cloth underclothing," she promptly all success, and trust each year
Editor Home Interests: besides all they'could make use of replied. "It sounds inviting; but may find the State improving and
I have.read and re-read the letter of themselves and many of their friends. what is Indian-cloth ? I hever heardof flourishing beyond your most sanguine
inquiry in regard to Florida. I write These can be had to bear in four years it." "Nonsense; it's only another expectations. .
from my own locality, "The far.famed" from cuttings, for we have tried it our- name for cheese cloth." Then takingme Will not some experienced house-
Indian river country," and if there is selves. to her bureau drawer, she exclaimed keepers give us hints about managingto
anything she would) like to ask espe- We had all the garden we could "See, I have combina- keep food, bread and meats more
cially about, I would feel safe in refer- make use of last summer; everythingone tion undersuits, drawers and waists. especially? Do you have store-houses,
ing her to the kind editor of the DIS- has in the Northern gardens. A For trimming for the low neck and as you ignore cellars. What do the
things can be had all short sleeves I crocheted ladies their food into from
PATCH, for he has been here in our great many a simple put one
own home-in 1886. through the winter, if one would just edging right into the goods. meal to the next? I propose buildinga
In the first of her letter, she gives take the trouble to keep planting.Yes Some people make nightgowns, room, not necessarily large, but with
her experience with the "twenty ; we have as pretty, grassy yards corset-covers and skirts of this same double walls, filled in with saw dust, a
hungry men," and the extra amountof here as you can have there, and big material, but I prefer something else sort of cold storage, have it fitted with'
work the threshing is supposedto oak trees for shade. Such grand old for those articles. I am one of those shelves and hooks from which to suspend -
bring with it. I. can assure her oaks, all heavily laden with the gray fortunate persons who can do without bags of dried fruit, etc. How
) that she will never have to be tried in Spanish moss, so much admired by all corsets; so, with a combination suit of would the ventilation have to be arranged -
that way if she comes to Florida. The Northern visitors. cheese-cloth, one underskirt and a then, for light and some air
hungry men are here, but not so many All varieties of flowers grow here wrapper, I am very comfortable. that would have to be, and how do
are needed at one time to do the work in abundance, and so many bloom all "When I left my friend's house," said you get rid of, or keep out ants and
through the winter in the open Mrs. Robbs, "I adopted her suggestions roaches, with which I am told you are
here.Again she says: "It seems like follyto ground.There. with some improvements." more than abundantly supplied?
think of going where it must may be better places; thereare For petticoats I wear old chambrey Could not a room be made of the
necessarily be hotter, and where the plenty not half so good, so if any :or lawn dress skirts which were too cement or clay that hardens on being
flies never freeze to death." Now, I one_v ants to escape the long, cold faded to be worn as such any longer exposed to the air, of which I saw
just wish I could convince Sister M. winters and hot winds of summer that and they do very well under colored some at Ocala last winter, and was in-
W. that we have no flies here to bother pass over the Western States,we would dresses. Dark blue calico wrappersdo formed it is plenty in various parts of
at alL My little girl sleeps in my say come, there is plenty of room, anda better than anything else for morn- Florida. Would insects get into sucha
room without netting, and there are fair promise of plenty to eat, and not ing, and white dresses for afternoon, place if kept properly clean? "
sometimes from one to four flies in the have to work any harder than in any for neither will fade with perspiration. Have. any tried "slug shot" the
room-that is all, and the exact truth; other country.If Undue perspiration ,under the arms remedy here, or camphor-gum for ants?
My brother-just from Illinois last Mrs. W. will send her full name can be prevented, a friend told me, by There is so very much for new
November-says he has seen more to me, I will write to her, and be gladto an application several times a day of comers to learn when surroundings are .
flies there in one day than he has seen for I am from Illinois also, and the lather of Colgate's oatmeal soap, so unlike, and will not some of the
since he has been in the State of Florida would be glad to have her come amongus. and I have read (and found it to be I more experienced house-keepers tell us
and also says he has not seen as There are nice homes to be bought true) that borax rubbed under the what they do, and how they manage
many snakes here as there. here at reasonable prices, but I am no' arms prevents the unpleasant odor these matters. '
We have not seen a flea in a year, land agent. which perspiration causes. If the recital Before I went Florida I was told,
and, in fact, they are not here; unlessone Hoping to hear from Sister M. W., of my experience is. of benefit to "go there and starve. I reflect thatwe
keeps dogs or such things to bring through the DISPATCH, I am, you, I shall feel that it has accom- can always "live and learn,"::and
them home. MRS. BELLE BUECHFIEL. plished a good work." if only the information is given, manyof
If there are gnats here,I don't knowof Georgiana, Brevard. Co.,Indian River, Fla. Florence did truly profit by Mrs. us are willing and anxious to learnL.
Robbs' words and would be E. B. C.
them, and we have lived here over now .
five years. During that time I have For the FLOBIDA.DISPATCH. scarcely recognized as the unhappy Bethlehem,Northampton. county, Penn. r
spent one summer in the mountains ofEast Indian Cloth alias Cheese Cloth. girl of a year ago. A Recipe to be 4 Miserable.The .
Tennessee and one summer in "How warm it is 1 I can't find anything REELIE ANNE RILEY. best recipe know if
we you
Southern Kansas, and truly I suffered cool enough to wear," and Flor- V want to be miserable,is to think about
more from the heat, flies and gnats ence sighed and wished for a snow- For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. yourself; how much you have lost, how
during those two summers than at any bank. "What's that I hear?" asked Name Your Counties. much you have not made, and the poor.
time here. Mrs. Robbs, coming into the room Editor Home Interests: prospects for the future. A brave man
I of the last for fresh in her blue I consider the DISPATCH invaluableto
speak mosquitoes looking as as possible with a soul in him gets out of such
there is more to be raid of them. Our calico. "How can you bear to wear all who hope to make a home in pitiful ruts, and laughs at discourage:
house has screens in all the doors and anything but the thinnest white Florida, as well as those already there.I ments, rolls up his sleeves, whistles anti
windows, and is tight all throughsowe dresses? Now my costume consists Why do not your correspondentssay sings, and makes the best of Hie. This
are bothered but little, and by only of the thinnest gauze and mus- what counties they live in? I often earth never was intended for a para;
1'j having the sleeping rooms up stairs, lin underwear, as little as can de- look upon a complete map'of Floridafor dise, and a man who rises above his
or in a part of the house where the cently be worn, and this loose wrap- the location named, but have con- discouragements and keeps his manhood -
doors lo not need to be opened much per, and yet I cannot be comfortable.Now siderable trouble to find places becausewe will only be the stronger and
through the day, we do not need to don't go to preaching about the off North here have no idea where- better for his adversities. Many a
use bars at all. cool and delightful summers of Flor- abouts or what part of Florida country noble ship has been saved hy throwing
But they are outside, and are smartto ida," as Mrs. Robbs attempted to your correspondents alludes to. overboard its most valuable cargo, and
watch the chance to slip in; yet, for speak. "I know it's pleasanter here I am anxious to hear something of many a man is better and more l humane -
six weeks or more, we have not had than North, now, but I always suffer the Gulf Coast products. Wake up after he has lost his gold.-Inter- .
enough to keep us from being com in warm weather, North, South, Eastor some patrons from there and let us Ocean. :.;c.-;
fortable, sitting on our porches whenwe West, unless next door to an ice hear what is being done.I 4 V
wanted to. berg." "Don't get discouraged, my am frequently appealed to person- Home. V ,
We know there will bee more of'dear. The trouble is, you have not ally and by letter regarding Florida, He who does not. make his family
them yet this summer; still, we thinkwe yet learned to live comfortably. Since its advantages or otherwise as a home, comfortable himself will never be
could stand them better than we, you seem to object to my preaching, not merely for winter, but all the year happy at home; and he who is- not
could endure the flies. perhaps a short lecture would not be round; also for general information, happy at home will never he happy
We are having so much nice fruit disagreeable. My subject, Summer and a little more about climate in anywhere. .
now. Our peaches are gonetheywere Clothing, is of interest and import. summer; products on the coast; indeed "What makes a home," remarkedthe
splendid.Our ance," said Mrs. Robbs, proceeding in all information is exceedingly valu- late Dr. Holland, "is the light of
fruit now is the guavaequalto her most entertaining manner able to such as hope to live in a Stateso love kept constantly burning on i its
the peach in all things, and finest of f "Before coming to Florida I had abundant in resources as Florida is altar, and which welds the tender;
all fruits for making jelly. : never had to do anything in the heated proving,herself to be. V V sacred ties of the family."

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. down to the present day, becoming entirely The "C. H. Foster" Orange,' Replies.Correspondents.,....- .
.'. naturalized to the climatic and On the thirtieth of last month we' A ',Florida correspondent( A. MANVILLE, Editor, other peculiarities of the country, to :
received from P. W. .Reasoner, of from Melbourne, on the Indian river,
nothing of the fact that they were
Contents. say originally from a country quite sim- Manatee, Florida, specimens of he propounds the following:

THE GROVE-Mandarin and Tanglerlne, ilar to ours in these particulars-Spain. "C. H. Foster" orange gathered on the What garden stuff is safest'to. put
.the shy bearing of the Mandarin can i Northern peaches lately introducedare twenty-fifth of the same month (Au. out where visited by deer? ,
be overcome To Mr. C. B. Magruder; Is black soil in flat woods where it
Working only one Way; Leaf-Hop originally from Persia, and,therefore ). This i is .variety introduced ,
per's Depredations.....:....-..........Pruning : are of a strain decidedly different, gust. a is only three or four feet to quick-sand-
THE ORCHARD Peach Trees-The Tree Blood Agents Plum, a;. shotgun and hence not at all suited to the con l by Mr. Reasoner. He .says of it: adapted to' citrus fruits?_

case, bull dog; won't do; Pruningthe ditions of the lower South With "Another of the old time seedlings, Would such land grow upland rice,
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Fig;PLANTs-Great The Peea-to Peach.and Little 796 these considerations, associated with growing in the orchard of Col. C. H. and where can seed be had? Would
Wool; Questions on Tropical Fruit the facts now before us, the reasonable Foster, Manatee, and known far and rice be a good first crop before the

Culture Guava..;....The .Vanilla... .. .Bean..... ..;...The. .. 797 person cannot help seeing that we wide as 'the old sweet tree. Fruit is land is sweetened? t
THE FABM-Haying In Pasco county; must look entirely to the old Spanish How long a time after setting on
banner John on Cassava Cotton ;Seed Which Meal is strain for our peaches. And there is sweeter than the Whittaker. [Mr.\ State (canal) land can one have to
the best way'to use .;. 798 Reasoner's standard of excellence] make ? ,.
*Home-made vs. Patent Phosphate no kind of reason why we should not, payment '

THE Strawberry GARDEN-
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE-Honey- gives us many very fair varieties, at Is good in October and perfect in den in a spot subject to the depreda-
suckle; Select Extra Tropical Plants; least then what might we not "
Hydrangea. Flowers for ; expectof November and December. The tions of deer a rather hazardous ex-
A sky-blue ;
the Bay Window .. .. .. .. ..... .... .800 it under careful selection and first-
not but The kinds of stuff that.
Sister specimens were ripe, were periment.
the Illinois
HOME INTERESTS-TO ; class cultivation? From it may doubtless

Indian Your Counties Cloth alias. .Cheese... .. .Cloth. ..;.Name......... 801 J be developed aa fine varieties of beginning to turn, and the juices were could be raised under such circum-
EDITORIAL-Contents; Native Peaches the peach.as the world ever saw. quite palatable. They would sell in stances would be those not relished by

", The Alabama 0 H; Foster Proto Ashmead's Orange; Replies Report to; But, as before intimated, we had market in their present state of ripenessand deer, which we imagine would cut the
Correspondents.. ...... ..... ....., .ow. 802 best look to the back settlements for '-
Work for October......... ........... ... 803 in another month would probably list down very materially. We have
PUBLISHER'S, DEPAKTMENT.... .. ...... 803 the Spanish peach in its purity. Most be relished by a: Floridian of cultivated had no experience in. this line, and
METEOROLOGICAL. ..... ...... ... ... ...... 803 of the "patent peaches" set out along
MARKETING: The King IS.Dead, long live the railroads have disappeared,. it is taste. The texture of the fruitis shall be glad to hear from those that t

the King; Co-operation not Practicable true, and seedlings have sprung up in fine, very little ""rag." Will Mr have. *
The Orange Auction Plan, Permanent
; Organization of the new,Com- considerable numbers, but the seedlings Reasoner inform us if this delicate Black "flat-woods" soil, with quicksand
pany;The Million Boxes not! Pledged. 804
YARD-Poultry In Florida, either belong to the same Per- texture and early maturity is .peculiar i sub-soil, will and
POULTRY orange
Nests and Yards .... ..... ..... 805 sian strain, or are crossed with, it, grow
Fr.oRIDIANA-Produclng Capacity of and consequently are not to be relied to the fruit of trees of this variety! other citrus trees if properly drained

Florida; Let us Talk About It; Can't Immigration situated under like conditions with the and fertilized; but, while there is so
Issues West Florida -
we our ; ....... .. ....... 800 on.For
Association our own part we have no hopeof parent, or are there peculiarities con- much land in the State better adaptedto
STATE ITEMS...... .... .. .........'.. .. .... 800-7
NURSERY-Gulick's Method: of Budding.. 808 an entirely worm-proof peach, stant in all soils and localities? the growth of these fruits, we should
though it is highly probable that the .
i think it poor policy to attempt to utilize
Native Peaches In Alabama. Spanish peaches, growing with much Sub-Tropical Notes. "
The attention recently given native more vigor than the Persian,and being quick-sand "flat-woods.
Dr. John Westcott of St. Johns
in character be less Such land will upland rice
more juicy will grow
and the
in Florida and Texas
peaches ,
injured by curculio. A sickly and county, writes that he will supply the better than orange trees. Rice would

development and introduction of new delicate plant of any kind is always Exposition with specimens of rock, be a good, first crop if the land was

and superior varieties from this "old preyed upon by insects far more thanis coral and shell (some of which are thoroughly pulverizedbut ifvery roughit

time" stock by selection and propaga- a healthy and vigorous one.. unearthed in the
phosphates) excavations -
.. would .pay.. better to .plant.. .peas... The
tion in their States has! friendsin -
set our
made the Atlantic Coast
Professor Ashmead's Report. by seed can be had from Wm. A. Bours,
the coast district of Alabama "a We are indebted to Professor C. V. canal. whose advertisement else-

thinking." Professor Stelle, the able The colored exhibit to be appears
Riley, United States Entomologist for promises where.If .

editor of the agricultural departmentof Bulletins No. 13,14 and 15, of his very full and creditable.A .
our correspondent will inform, us
the Mobile Register, has been can- sized of Seminoleswill
division as issued: by the Departmentof good delegation
character of the
more definitely as
vassing the subject and the country Agriculture. Bulletin 14 is of pitch their wigmams 'on the
lands he wishes to obtain, we Can give
"round about" and finds that they interest it does and give representations of
especial containing, as grounds; him the information he desires. Thereare
have,as good foundation to work uponin Professor Wm.H. Ashmead's "Reporton their various dances. "State
such lands canal
no as
the matter of native peaches as Insects Injurious to Garden Cropsin All the southern counties are deter "
either Florida or Texas. In a recent Florida." The report is but a mined to have fine exhibits.

article he enumerates numerous instances partial one. Mr. Ashmead says of it "Inquirer," of Cincinnati, Ohio,

showing the wonderful longevity in his letter of transmittal: "My time We are indebted to Hon. T. Kirk, says : .

i ,. prolificness and excellent quality was too limited to do full justice to Chief Conservator of State Forests, of I propose to'come to Florida shortlyto

of. many of these native peaches. of the subject; moreover, it will take sev- New Zealand, for a set of Forest Re- select a home. I have read bookson

which he finds a considerable number eral years of the most laborious,,pains- ports and a Report on Fruit Blightsin the State's resources and advan-

still in existence in 'more remote localities taking industry to thoroughly work New Zealand, the latter being now : tages, but yet lack a great deal of in- t

where they have not yet be- up the life history of the destructive out of print. It is of special interest, formation. Seeing your invitation in I

come contaminated by the "patent insect pests affecting our garden c'rops as the fruits of New Zealand come the last issue of the DISPATCH, refer-
and I have few
I ing to inquiries, as a
peaches, as the natives denominate in the State" The report is very valuable -i about the same range as the fruits of to ask, I resnectfully submit them to *

, p,the Northern or Persian strain varie- as far as it goes. Over forty insects Florida, many conditions being quite your perusal. Am well pleased with

ties, he concludes hid article as follows: are mentioned, sixteen of which similar, and others very different. We your paper and hope you may be ableto

Now, here are facts with names in are treated at some length.Mr. hope to be able at an early day to follow up your determination re-
full of concerned also locali- garding the reservation of for
parties ; Ashmead now of the Entomo- find room for some interesting extracts space
All the referred different divisions of "Orchard "
ties given. peaches to your ,
from these and also from
are no doubt of the old Spanish strain, logical Division of the Department of reports, a "Farm," "Garden," etc. The plan is

introduced by the old Spanish explor Agriculture, is well known throughout work on '"Orange Growing in New a good one, as each subscriber can

. ers, and brought down by the Indiansto Florida,-having been for some years a Zealand," for which we are indebtedto then expect to derive benefit and information

the day when the country began, to resident of the State, We have reason Sir. Kirk. concerning his special "hob-
be settled up by the whites. It is but by."
natural that the white people settlingin to be proud of his attainments in The Green Cove Spring says there, If a settler were to break up l land

the wilderness, finding peaches the branch of science he has 'chosen. has been a very inconsiderable l loss of f in March, would the season be too' ,far

growing on the old Indian plantations, The horticulturists of Florida have oranges,the present season from split- advanced to put in any crop, say corn,

and having no other resources} should been fortunate in securing the ser'vicesof ting and falling off the trees, and as a potatoes, garden truck, etc.?

from thence start them at their own such eminent entomologists as Pro- consequence the crop is above the What crops would you advise?

homes. And thus. they have passed fessors Hubbard. and Ashmead.- -7 ?

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sown to cow-peas before. commencingto''put WORK FOR OCTOBER. PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. Dunsmore's Business College,

in regular ? Staunton, Va. akvertised by us, being
.How much land crop ON THE FARM. CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher, indorsed by leading citixens and the
can a man engagedin is
Legislature of Virginia, a responsible
Sow Proof Oats and Southern
truck farming take care of properly, THE FLORIDA DISPATCHIs institution. Its course of study is thor-

He himself doing all the work necessary Rye for winter forage and to afford a 24-page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE, ough and complete. It has just com-
? green food for fowls. HORTICULTURE, INDUSTBY, IMMIGRATIONand menced the fall term with the largest

JIs) Florida so healthy that "Knightsof Finish harvesting rice early, this HOME INTERESTS in. FLoRIDA number of students since its organization.:

:JEscuIapius" cannot make a living? month if the >york has not already been Terms of Subscription. Students reasonable.can enter at any time. Terms

done. Two Dollars per in advance, postpaidto
,Farming operations are begun here any part of the United States or Canada: tH
The mills for grinding sugarcaneand to foreign countries comprised in Postal Wanted.
in January and February. It would in Union,Two Dollars and Fifty cents.
the must be
put worth of
.1 evaporators The date when the subscription expires is, $1,000,000 paying orange or
beinecessary to be on the ground by order for use. In the northern part on the Address Label of each paper, the cocoanut groves.

the first of February in order to do of the State, the work of "making up"the change comes a of receipt which for to remittance.a subsequent No other date be-re- months We can without dispose,of them in the next Groves six

will this month ceipt is sent unless requested.The advertising.
anything in the way of making a I cane commence ; paper is stopped at expiration of the must nay from 13to, 15 per cent on ask:
and further south it may be deferred until subscription, unless previously renewed. ing price. Write us at once for particulars. -
spring or summer crop- even When a change of address is desired, both
next month. We want the largest and bestgroves
the old and new addresses should be given.
earlier if new ground was to be broken Cow and Conch peas should be gath- in the State. Address,
for this The best time Remittancesat THE SOUTH APOPKA LAND AND IMP.CO.
tocome ered fast
purpose. as as they ripen.
OCOE, Orange Co., Fla.
here is in the' fall. The fences should be looked after, as registered the risk letter of the or sender by check unless, express made order by, 1 .-4

The best for "new comer" cattle have now been turned loose in or postal order, payable to CHAS. W. DA- A Home in Florida.
crops CosTA, Publisher the Florida ,
of Dispatch
he woods. Your attention is called to the offer ofa '
would be those he finds his
neighbors lot in and
To AdTertlsers. Macedonia City, a year's sub-
raising: successfully-imitate his way The DISPATCH Is THE LEADING AGRIcuLTURAL scription to a Jeading paper of this State
See "In the Kitchen G rdenun., JOURNAL OF THIS STATE and has a for $4. Macedonia City is fifteen miles
bfidoing it. Don't try to introduce any large circulation in Florida and throughoutthe
; der the Garden Department.AMONG south of the terminus of the Florida
improved methods until you have wherever United the States interest and is turned foreign Southward.It countries-. Southern R. R., at Trabue, and overlooks'

3 learned I to do well he does in his THE CITRUS TREES. IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING ME- the far-famed bay of Charlotte Harbor,
as as Do not cultivate the trees in DIUMS IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Es- the most magnificent sheet of water in
grove tate,Nurseries, Transportation lines, Banks, the South. An unparallelled offer. For
i longer. The wise who has Hotels, and those branches wherein it is de-
WayNewly any grower
cleared land be thor sirable to reach our winter visitors or our copies of paper and for full particulars,
: 0 must bad his in during the sum- address
\ grove peas rapidly increasing permanent population. THE EQUATOR PUB. Co.,
oughly subdued before a regular crop mer, as soon as the vines are well Key West, Fla.4 .

'can successfully- grown. There is broken down, will sow rye or oats between Advertising Rates -.-

no. better first crop to help sweeten the the trees, and let this "lay by" $1.00per inch first insertion 50 cents per Plants Genuine for sale Federal at three Point dollars Strawberry per thou-
tho until The inch for each subsequent insertion.Preferred .
spring. packinghouse
grove sand. to W. A. BOSWOBTH
than if Apply ,
soil.! cow-peas, planted in spring. should be gotten in order and a Positions, Next Reading on Cover: Federal Pomt, Florida.

Sweet potatoes can be planted in sum supply of "box shooks" and orange .... ,
81.40 per inch first insertion; 70 cents per Van ,.
Epps Howard Euatls,Fla.!
mer on same ground with good results. wraps laid in. Making boxes will afford inch for each subsequent insertion.
10 per cent.off on 3 months' contracts. Grove contractor and agent Land
Five is all work for and odd
acres one man can do rainy days 20 on 6 cleared, set with orange trees and taken
j justice to, and he can make more times. The latter part of the month 30" on 12 care of. Trees furnished. Taxes paid.

than from a larger area. Set it to the earlier sorts will be ripening and EVERY Advertisements respect. UST be acceptable in Satisfaction guaranteed. Terms moderate. -

fruit trees and garden between them. the fruit will begin to move rapidly.IN THE FLORIDA DISPATCH is sent free to ...
those who advertise in it, as long as adver- *
'While there is less sickness here THE NURSERY. tisement continues.Address Guavas Wanted.

than in most other States, our people Push the insertion of dormant budsin CHAS. W. DACOSTA,Publisher Will pay highest market price. ,Writeus

are sometimes sick, and thousandscome" citrus and peach trees. Work all Jacksonville Florida. before engaging your crop.LlTTLEFlELD .
here with & STEERE,
various complaints.
in our cities and towns physicians do your orange stocks that are large Having given up all hopes. that the authorities Jacksonville, Fla.
enough. Bud low down and there will ..
well at Washington, or the great ar- -+-
and in
the rural districts many of so-called stock remedies will Cures Chronic
be no danger of losing your, buds from ray ever Cases.
find their profession a valuable adjunct cold, unless thestalks are killed. There stamp out Hog Cholera, all eyes are now Mr. H. W. McDonald, Laurel Hill,

j. to other pursuits. is plenty of "bud wood" now; in the turned to the Cholera-proof hogs bred by Miss., writes: "Your Hughes' Tonic
The L. B. Silver Co. Cleveland
w;'J, A. B., of Pretty Marsh, Hancock spring it is always scarce, and'the trees O. See advertisement in another, columnof for and chills I have and sold fever it to has a number never of failed chronic yet,

county, Maine, wants informationas are often not in condition forjjEfuddinguntil this paper and write. them. cases. It cures them every time."
May or perhaps June. rfttie dor e by R. A. Robmson & Co.
to Florida for a Maine man, he The engineering department of the Prepared

save,: mant- buds- can be. .cut. over inlMarch. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.. Sold Whylesale at retail Druggists, Louisville Ky.

,-'I J have $1,000 and a large family, and make fane salable trees byuhe following which, though but recently established, by,druggists. generally.
winter. already has sent out well trained, ener-
including six boys, used to farming, Run the buds getic young men into positions of useful- Meteorological.
over frequently
lumbering, fishing, etc., young ness and responsibility in nearly every I .
them into desirable
What do you think of St. Andrews training shape. Do Southern State,and so well is this move- I .

'{Bay? not cultivate any longer.IN ment appreciated, that the applicationsfor roo: ,.Iaq11J' \1 -;w"g'g'g'g.'.:d tpa1s1s
; young men to take positions during S r4 e2 u3AV ,ODUUwUa
'Could I take soldier's'claim in THE ORCHARD.
a: '
the have been
past year so numerous thatit .
Florida? .- .,<.to J Keep( the :plow or cultivator running has been almost impossible to retain .5 z c f'

We have hundreds of settlers in'Florida in the peach orchard during the entire the men until graduation. Every man W S.g MM LUPIWUHL CO C">OO OS....&CS 00stopaapunn ., poo
f that came here with no other month, and apply a little quick fertil- in the Senior Class this year received important CD g Z IJ'BP U1J ZQ ::oS:

'capital than families of industrious izer In positions before the close of the a =td =
large early peaches immediately. .
session, and many of the undergraduatesare e 5'v3' I t-o==t-ot-t-&O mm
boys, and a 'modicum of cash, the ordinary course of nature these filling positions of trust. CD ..., ....... laolaA r ,
g that have succeeded financially and : trees have made their best growth and >-*-. t5 OCO 4 .uofaazi0' WW(. -
'like the State as a permanent home. are maturing the same preparatory to "A SPECULATOR IN PETTICOATS," by O I zzw zzw t e-
But would advise their if this the celebrated French novelist, Hector 0
we no one to come taking winter' rest; dor- j to)
Alalot is in for immediate p J'o
here to settle until they have first seen. mant period begins now the trees will tion by, T. B.press Peterson & Brothers publica-, Phil- I5 ; .. ....->..i ...,' CD -
.. 'the State, especially those who would be ready to burst into bloom in the adelphia, and it is one of the most remarkable ;i llgW PUB saqoai uj I$e1NC11-4 i :-' '. g

J be compelled to stay whether they first warm days of spring, before the books of the day. The heroine, i ; S: U'BJUJ'8.I L1W, I,, ,
liked it or not. Better come down liability of frost is over. If the trees Madame Fourcy, belongs to a class of .! ((4* 11I&0 g '

and look the ground over before you are caught in blossom by these spring :: speculators uncommon which one the in last Paris.Empire Her madeno cool O= B* 'I't t-t-I: t-r ."oE1s 11s.c

'move. frosts, the crops will be lessened or de head, her beauty and ability her utter -- 'irncS
I ';' The St. Andrews Bay Company wasa stroyed by the injury done the bloom. lack of principle, and the coldbloodedmanner g WUOI1UIN ,t i$8;t; .rrig H

big fraud. Something of the countrycan By stimulating the trees to make in which she sacrifices her lover 00Q. E1 I III i h
who worships her but whom she has ;:: mJX'8N ,fiNiph o o.
another this fall
be learned from a communicationon growth the dormant o -
used as a mere tool. is admirably told. .
that section which appeared in period will commence later, the tree Fourcy himself wins our admiration; his Q) I -I.O ,
our las tissue. will remain dormant later in the spring quick sense of honor, his keen sense of a:: .Ia7 mO.l'BatOoC1.0. -.<=>---0 dmy

"A soldier's claim" is a rather inDefinite and the blossoms will not appear until right and wrong, his faith in his wife's -;O nsQusayQ I CO ckkk: 55 CQ CQCQ) 55 CQ SS ::

expression what kind of a.soldier's the danger of damaging frosts i iu fidelity, is one that ought to oe seen on "DJ"o .. -.. ... -...-. .. 4) ,(.'. v-
the stage as well as read. The plot is t : S -
".. claim does,our, correspondentrefer over. skillfully managed, and its ingenuity is O 11 I : : u : i:. .::5..
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to? We shall,be pleased to give -r quite worthy Gaboriau, and, as in his :_ o .. ':J
Choice varieties of all kinds of Fruit books detective o W .. t t -,
him the information he desires if he a figures largely and .
( CD.. H :tI >>" W ZifJ. 1
Trees. For free catalogue address brings out the final consummation. It < ;.. ..... == ", -.;. .1IoCD
will: geflne his meaning. more accurately C oS.-. ..-='".: ::l_; _, (fo'
CHAS. KELLER, will be issued in a large duodecimo vol- s .. 4.- 0
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t. 'HS.V Texas Hill N urser ;,Monticello, Fla. ume; price,'.75 cents I::-D'1.or'0';:::p>....E-t.ti: ..e .z

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Vr lemons to a leading forwarder in Jacksonville and they would do the best they could :L. Furchgott, was appointed to revise
] TIeth1 /
:: : i iFor tbe colored, repacked and for them. What better is that thanan and amend the by-laws for the govern-
':: ( ( >' 1 ,. forwarded. It is sufficient to say thatI honest commission man? That is ment of the company. The committee

the FLORIDA DISPATCH. don't do that any more. Then the not what is wanted. retired, and, after a short; conference
''he* King is Dead.tong- Live Florida Fruit Exchange came on the What is wanted is one or more firms returned and submitted the by-laws as

,'f: the 1hua i11 ." stage and offered us the panacea for strong enough to buy and control at revised and amended, which werer

'; saith i the loyal subject, as he all our ills. I sent them two lots and, least three-fourths of the crop, or in adopted, and it was ordered that 250

turns from the grave of the dead,mon it is sufficient now to say I don't do default of that,that can give the growers copies of the articles of association and
that If fruit reasonable that their fruit be for distribution.
arch to salute the'new rul just seated any more. any grower security by-laws printed ,
wants to fool away any of his fruit by will not be shoved on to .a frozen or Under the by-laws the regular meetings -
out: .efit I ron,e. ,.$ol;say; :w.e, as we _turn sending it to Jacksonville for green- glutted market ; and if sent to them of the board of directors are to beheld -

from the practically defunct Florida horns to practice on, there is no law when the markets are in such condi-- on the first Tuesday in each I

Fruif-j; f x lunge to'the "Auction, and against it, but I imagine that our con- tion can and will be preserved in good month.

Forwarding Company" that now proppses' fidence has been so frequently nippedby order; at a cost that will not endangerthe Colonel J. J. Daniel moved that a'

the of the Jacksonville frosts that (it be- wiping out of the, gross returns if special committee of three be appointed,
to assume management ing a plant of slow growth). it will sold on a normal market.If to confer with and invite the co-opera-

the orange: business of Florida. If sprout very feebly the coming season. the crop is asked on consignment, tion of the Florida Fruit Exchangeand

seemtf' $!faf" that this,new concern is No !II! I repeat. Whenever any as other commission houses, it is most all other organizations in Florida

the legitimate.successor and heir of the company has capital enough and con- unreasonable to expect any great part designed to facilitate the shipment and
Florida Fruit,Exchange, for it per- fidence enough in itself to come to the of the crop to be secured, unless the sale of fruit.

petuates I so ,many of the,characteris groves and buy our oranges, they will management gives a full statement of After a full discussion by Messrs.
titS: of its,predecessor 'and clearly has find them for sale at reasonable rates. its plans and its ability to carry out i Daniel, Mann, Paine and Forbes, anda

much of tfifc dame blood in its' :veins.lien We don't like the present plan of sell- its promises, and then takes pains to general concurrence of opinion that

;thp;gentleman who originatedthis ing through commission men in dis- let the growers know their position.If there should be a union of sentimentand

,brilliant plan was before us with tant cities, but all attempts to use an they are not prepared to do thator efforts by all in Florida to accomplish -

his''scheme, we were so dazzled by its intermediate agent have only placedan more, it would be better to take the the desired results, the motion l

brilliancy! as to be unable to see clearly additional stumbling block in our coming year to investigate all known was unanimously carried and Dr. J.

the; ;scope of ;the plan. Now; that way. Yes, gentlemen, if you can sell modes looking to the preserving and H. Paine, Senator A. S. Mann and

this dazzling ,meteor has made its oranges better than we can, you can distributing of the crop, and let the Colonel J. J. Daniel were appointed t
eXit," let us rub our eyes and see have them-BY BUYING THEM" present crop be slaughtered as the two as such committee. ,

what bas happened. DUDLEY W. ADAMS. or three past have, when the growers Senator Mann presented quite a
It;'seems 'that several l gentlemen met Tanglerlne,Orange.Co., Fla., Sept.10, 1887. generally would be more willing to lengthy document, the result of his,

in.;Jacksonville. organized ,a company :For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.34 listen to a reasonable and practicableplan recent observations in the State on' the

with a capital of $25,000, and .propose: Co-operation not Practicable. if such can be brought forward. questions involved in this organiza'
with that sum to bring about the ore That such must and will be done,is tion. .
Your article in the '
ang row; rs' millenium. To a man,up DISPATCH of evident. There is too much capital in- .
here'in?tne. woods, who don't under- August 29th on the Florida Orange vested in the business, and too muchto For the FLoRIDA DISPATCH.

stand business matters, that looks like Auction and Forwarding Company is be made out of it to go to wreck for The Million Boxes Not Pledged.

trying to+bore an auger hole with a sound to the core. want of an intelligent management Will you, through the DISPATCH;
Bless and allow me to inform "Mack" and others .
gimlet. ,you,gentlemen, 825,000won't adequate capital.
buy ,the oranges: in one township Orange growers are in a deplorable Some individuals will, no doubt, be who may desire to know, that the'mil.

,*,' .' condition as to a proper means of mar- stranded, and Brother Neeld, in his lion boxes were not pledged, and

Oh 1 II 1 We don't intend to buy or keting their crops; but if the newccom- article in the DISPATCH of August therefore the requisite capital for the

anges i:and. take:'the!risk ?Ourselves of pany merely announces itself as one 29th, seems disposed .to let his anchor purposes of a home market as hereto-

selling them. We expect you to sendus more aspirant to,handle the poor grow- drag and go ashore. .fore outlined is not available. That
and will sell them E. M. all pledges are free with the wide
your oranges we er's hard-earned harvest, it is dead be-
at ypur .risk, and after we have sold fore it is born, so far as being a solution Palatka., Fla.,September. 2, 1887. world before them. '
4 The article from the New York
them ,will deduct and
we freight our to the problem of successfully THE ORANGE AUCTION PLAN
charges, and, if there happens to be handling the crop. Market Journal puts it nearly right.
left will send it Permaint There are two principal factors in all
anything we to you. As to co-operation of growers sufficient Organization of the New
low[ !jbr cheek of brass this never to bring practical results,I do not |B5' Company. commercial transactions: viz : the pro-

wajj expelled '.even, % :the Florida believe it will ever be accomplished.The A meeting of the Florida Orange ducer and consumer. Connectingthese
? is a third important factor, usu-
Fruit It that this
Echange. seems new company, to be a success, '
Auction and Forwarding Companywas ally known as the middleman, whose
new company then proposes to take a should start in with the announced
held at the Board of Trade purpose is to collect from the producerand
profit and assume no risk. As one of expectation of making money for them- rooms
the orange growers (small) of Flor- selves. Tuesday; morning.It supply the consumer. He is a

ida, I most respectfully decline. A Then, if they are not prepared to was reported that all of the capi- erto necessity.has been The the commission man hith-

company that has not confidence in buy the fruit outright, but ask the cooperation tal stock of the company and some link between himself growers'and connecting the purchaser

itself to assume any risk cannot command i of the growers, let them givea thing over had been subscribed, and it of his product. When -
the confidence of others. Now ; full explanation in detail as to their was decided to increase the stock from produc-
there is only one way in which this orany plan of management, the prospects of 250 to 500 shares. was of a bulk this mediumwas
But with 1
other company can command the ;realizing better and safer returns for The roll being called, it was reportedthat entirely and satisfactory.
confidence of the orange growers and the growers; what} inducements theycan 132 shares of the stock were rep- our present rapidly increasing
conditions have arsien.
obtain a controlling quantity of fruit. hold out as being better and safer resented in the meeting.The production new
demonstration is
That way is to go where the orangesare than shipping to a commission man chairman stated that the meet- than more required c

buy them for money, and this they North, etc. If they can show their ing had been called for the purpose of the commission we already possess is not to show to that the
man equal
will willingly and surely do as soon as ability and capacity to a reasonable permanent organization, and it was situation. of
they have confidence in themselves of extent to handle the crop and give the i decided to proceed with the election of Questions transportation,
distribution cold and others
ability to dispose of it at of storage
a remuner- growers some assurance security, officers. almost '
which be
ativerate. Gentlemen, if will come then they and will realize Governor F. as important cannot
you may expect, George Drew "was dealt with individuals. The.solution
up this way you can buy oranges but .co-operation from the growers. If they unanimously elected president.Dr. is the formation of combinationthat
you can't have them any other way. cannot, what inducement is there to D. Redmond was elected vice- a .
will induce the to sell at
The I understand to his fruit to themin grower
way you expectto any grower consign president
home and the here and
buyer come
do business that preference to other honest Jacob Huff elected

presupposes you any commission was secretary.L. buy. Jacksonville should be the
are more honest and capable in Jack- man. Furchgott was elected treasurer.A. .
market for the From
sonville than they are in Boston or There is no plausible reason. S. Mann, was chosen general orange crop. .
that all of the is
Chicago. That if we send fruit to you There are fruit houses in New York superintendent.Board point parts country

it will be ,handled by honest, capa- claiming to handle] the bulk of the of Directors A. S.Mann, of, accessible Switzerland, Fla., Sept.M. 20 S.,1881.MOREMEN.

ble men, and that if we send to New Florida fruit, and promise outside Hernando; C. E. Poujeaud, of Duval; .

York it will fall among thieves or prices, and generally make good their' John T Leslie, of Hillsborough; J. C. It is to be hoped that fruit growers

imbeciles. claims. That is not what we want. Greeley, of Duval; Dr. C. L.Mitchell, will not rush their fruit into market

Now, my little experience of a few The poor old Fruit Exchange made a of Polk; J. J. Dickinson, of Lake,and too early this year. Wait until they

years has not been calculated to sustain ten per cent. assessment on its capital Charles W. DaCosta, of tDuval. are thoroughly ripe, and you will
such a position.At stock to start up with, and thus asked A committee of three, consisting of make money by so doing.-DeLand
one time I sent several lots of the growers to send them their fruit, Messrs.'W..T. Forbes, J..'J. Daniel>and Agriculturist. ? ':?" :


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SEPTEMBER*i fw 26-,,,t'1887., rtM \ : THE.-: FLORIDA DISPATCH. .805Poulhty'

there is any danger of disturbance, a RELIABLE SEEDS '

yard. few boards on which the coop can rest 800,000 ACRES .
will serve for a floor.

For the.?!LOHIDA DISPATCII.POULTRY The yard for poultry is usually the FLORIDA LANDSSituated AND FARMERS.

.' IN FLORIDA. yard attached to the house, and as

much of the grove or field as they In the Counties of Nassau,Duval,
:" Columbia, Suwanee,Alachua,Lafayette Marion ,
choose to Iii this -
appropriate. case Largest and Best Stock in the South.
Nests and Yards.In Hernando, Sumter, Orange, ,
they will supply themselves with green Brevard, Polk, Hlllsborough, Manatee and SPECIAL LOW PRICES to large buyers. Sendus
sbme poultry books we are advised'to f food and find all the shade they need. a list of what you require and we will

: have a wide board under ]But in towns and in the country, dur- Monroe.TOWN LOTSIn quote prices per return mail Descriptive

the perch to catch the droppings, and i ing certain seasons of the year, they Catalogue free.
the Towns of Kissimmee,Winter Haven
under this board the nests are ar have 1 to be confined. A small yard Gordonville,Bartow,Auburndale, Lakeland,, T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen,
ranged. This economizes and Seffner, Mango, Orient Eagle Lake Haskell
space, twenty by fifty, will do for a small
Kathleen, Rlchland, ]jade City, dweusboroand No. 10 S. Fourteenth St., Richmond. Va
where the
: thermometer stays below i izero flock if certain conditions are observed. Pemberton.
at a time it is best to ]Fresh i A Map and Descriptive Notes showing the
indoor water twice a day will be needed, location of these lands will be furnished on PATENT PROTECTING CLOTHS
make arrangements for laying. and the water jar must be shaded from application to the Land Department of the
But this plan will not do for Florida t the sun. If there is not sufficient South Florida Railroad Company.

In very few cases is it necessary to shade in the yard it must be made for GEO. Fox,

practice economy in this direction. 11 them. Hens will scarcely ever live, Chief Clerk,

Space is one thing which the Florida certainly they will not lay, if there is SANFORD, FI..A.
For Florists, Gardeners, Farmers, etc.,supersedes
poultry raiser usually has enough of, 11 no cool place where they can spend glass at one-tenth the cost on cold
besides, it would be almost impossibleto 11 the greater part of these summer days. HEADAOHEDR. frames, hot-beds,etc Unequaled for

keep lice out of such nests. The A frame made of strips and lath, ten TOBACCO PLANT BEDS.;

heroic treatment; necessary would keep or twelve feet square, set on posts two Promotes hardy.rapid growth. Used and
; out hens &well.' As there is scarcelya 'feet high in front and a 'foot at the endorsed by leading growers. Also waterproof -
C. W. BENSON'S CELERY AND covers for all farm purposes.
day during the winter which back, the slope being to the northwest CHAMOMILE PILLS are prepared expressly Circulars and samples free.
fowls will in to Headaches and Nervous diseases U. S. Waterproofing Fibre Co. (Limited),
care to spend the house, and 'covered with tarred paper or with I cure -
50 South St. New York.
it is best to it for and will cure any case of either Sick, ,
reserve roosting. moss or the small limbs of trees woven
else should be Nervous or Dyspeptic Headache, Neuralgia, 9 0 0 3 ft payiDOC ra G
Everything arranged in .the lath, will serve for a time. The Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Paralysis or In- BUYERS' CUIDE.

outside.If castor bean plant, sunflower, or any- digestion,no matter how obstinate or longstanding ; Colored plates 100 engravings
there is a dry or well drained thing that will grow quickly in the the case may be. Price 50 cents a II of worth different, and breeds where prices to buy they them.an
spot'convenient' to the house, it will be spring and continue green all the box,postage free to any address. Sold by all Mailed for 15 Cents.
to nests the
on ground. summer will answer the Fora .
purpose. 521 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Md. 8371.Eighth St PhilftdolphU,? .J '
All l the better if it is a secluded spot permanent shade put out peach and
where the hens will not be disturbed. plum trees, especially the Marianna\ Dr. BENSON'S SKIN CURE for ALL SKIN DISEASES. Buy Direct from'::the Factory

Take two one by four strips, six feet plum on account of its quick growthand PIANOS ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS ;; and Save Money.= alii

long,and seven pieces of the same fifteen dense shade.. But there is nothing j Speclal tor"the South.=

inches long. Nail them together better than a Scuppernong grape Genuine Bargains.
in.this, way J I I I i. Then placeit arbor. The fowls will keep down the '
on the ground and make a nest in weeds and will fertilize and cultivatethe f
Being Sole Agents in the South for
each division by drawing the earth to ground as well. If a yard is used
the sides and in the slight hollow all CHICKERING, MASON & HAMLIN, MA- A
the year,it will be best to divide it,
thus made, put a handful cut straw. and have two, ten by fifty each. One THUSHEK

If tobacco stems are placed under this, can be thoroughly cleaned by growing PIANOS l f fn

it will be more secure against lice. vegetables on it, while the other is be- qffIG Cr

Sprinkle sulphur or tobacco dust over ing used. This green food is necessary ORGANS

the cut straw, and put in a medicatednest when fowls are thus confined.A ,

egg or a shell filled with carbol- cheap fence of lath can be built O

i ized plaster of Paris, and you have as five feet high. This is high enough, MASON: & HAMLIN, BAY STATE, ,

good an arrangement for nests as can even for Leghorns, if the flight feath PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.

be made in this ,climate. Six nests era are cut from one wing. This will ii\j : I
Everyone given benefit of our one price sys-
will serve twelve hens unless a particular be effective till the next moulting time, tem, and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy

hen decides to show its depravity but if pulled out the feathers will terms of by payment us to Purchaser's,and payment nearest of freight It. R.assumed or-

in this direction. Then a "wilder- grow again in a few weeks. With all steamboat landing.

ness" of nests will not be enough for its power of flight on one side, the hen $Inn to $300 A working MONTH for can us.be Agents made

it. will describe half circle and preferred who can furnish their own horses
a alightOn
and give their whole time to the business.
A roof of this enclosing ''the ground instead of the fence. A Spare moments may be profitably employed
about foot of VIOLINS GUITARS, BANJOS, AC- also. A few vacancies in towns and cities.
a ground each sidethe'nests
on few attempts at this will produce dis- I*. F. JOHNSON & CO.,
can be made of strips and gust with fences, and the hen will get CORDEONSand 1013 Main St., Richmond, Va.

lath, and covered with tarred j>aper.If down to her legitimate business of
the ends 'are partly closed so as to scratching and all kinds of small Instruments offered at THE JEA.MOTJSCrescent : :
lowest prices. Send for our illustrated cata-
give an air of privacy to the nests, the R. HAMER. logue. 80c. Shirt

hens will take to them more readily. Snowdrift Poultry Yards, Keuka, Florida.
A I : This arrangement is not for sitting September; 15.1887. -
hens. There is a great deal of extra'
Artist materials
It is a source of wonder to ghlrtvearer
The darkness of
comb in fowls is the
labor, as well as loss, entailed when Picture Frames, that we can sell so fine a shirt and 4-pIy linen col-
hens allowed to sit that result of congestion of some kind. tars and cuffs, which retail anywhere for $1.50 or
are on nests '
., i Fine Pictures $2.00 for so low a price,and pay
are ordinarily used for laying. If a If your hens feed on the manure Fancy Goods 4 for advertising. besides.' The
reason we can offer such a bar-
separate yard cannot be given to set- pile and drink barnyard water, don't Albums, Stationery.' gain is, that we manufacture

ters, there should be single nests put expect eggs with a delicious flavor. in for large coin,and quantities buyat/ocfory, buy goods
We can save you money in anything in you
in six different places, instead of the Music, Art or Fancy Goods. Write us for prices thus saving three
six arranged together. Each nest can be The heu houses should be thorough prices Wholesaler profits, that of and the Jobbery
closed at the back, and have a door or ly whitewashed inpide and out frequently and when we have a customer
and the droppings removed i once we have bun always.These
board in front to be closedat
separate; shirts are made of the finest
night. The first broody hen on a every week, sand and loam being LUDDEN & BATES, S. M.H. \ Wamasutta&naUticaJfonpareilmuslin
sprinkled on the floor to catch the I ,, ; the bosoms are of extra
nest can be given exclusive possessionof SAVANNAH, GA. ?. heavy handmade it. A better itself next invoice of droppings each time. all sizes from IS: to 17,buttonholes handWhen
way may suggest ALBERT FRIES I ordering collars please state style wanted whether
to the reader, but the writer has Poultry kept on table waste and ;stand-up or turn-down. We have to much con

concluded that this outside: arrange- grain screenings, with now and then St. Nicholas, Fla. :fidence cause not in satisfied our goods,we, will that c1 if erful1 you: are refund from your any

ment is best for this climate. It can moderate allowance of meat Agent for Geo. W.Baker's money. Try them once and you will buy; no other.
scrap, I For$4.80 we will send you six shirts, mix
be handled and cleaned without rounded off with full rations of corn ROTTED BONE MANURE. :!4-ply linen collars,and three pair 4-ply linen
cu<<.. For $2.6u, three shirts, three 4-ply
trouble, and a nest can be put in every and wheat about a month before the DECOMPOSED WITH POTASH. I I linen collars and two ) linen cul3ic.
shaded and secluded spot in the yard. holidays, will find ready market then Twenty-five dollars perton free on bonnl):in !For $1.00 we Bend ODe sample shirt, one
Jacksonville, at pair 4-ply linen cuffs and one 4-ply linen .collar
or factory price deliycre i in | -
When,* hens are sitting, it will not do with profit at.. least as'.great : as'swine New YOrK. EBBS.J by mail,post-paid. Address
to incur"any risk of "varmints." .If will give. .:--': Budded Orange and Umbrella Trees irom St.CRESCENT SHIRT CO..
.... ; 25to $1 each. -? I 7 Spruce New York City.
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806 r ;. r -=THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. ,+ .. [SEPTEMBEB 26,1887.. .

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three-fourths of its area south of the Yorkevenis too much,and it must be drawing from the association organ-

ploridiana thirtieth parallel l l; and from causes remedied some way, and the sooner the ized at Jacksonville was discussed, pro

-..." ..r -- ., not. here noticed, vegetable growthsare better for the State at large. and con, and after the debate it was
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH continuous. From these considerations In California a fast freight train is decided to form an independent or-

Productive Capacity of Florida.In the ratio of productiveness ,may run to accommodate the fruit growers, ganization. The most active workers

'making: estimates of the future be considered as two to one in favorof and frequently a car of fruit is at- stated that the organization was not

population of any State, the productive Florida, and the population .must tached to the passenger train. In Il- done through any spirit of rivalry, but
power of the soil must be consid-- ultimately be in that proportion, so linois a fast fruit train is run from believing the geographical positionwas

ered; but 'since soil capacity dependsmore far as the productiveness of the soil is Cobden every day during the season, such:: that it would interfere with

upon the degrees of heat and concerned. If it is allowed that square and the rate is very low indeed. These the successful workings of any branchof

moisture that enter into the soil for the miles of cultivatable land be the same things were secured. by the fruit growers the State Association, as they are

nourishment of plants, these shouldbe in the two States, it follows that Flor- uniting and urging the railroadsto located 300 miles from Jacksonvilleout

considered as important elements in ida, so far as its productiveness is con improve the service. Why can'twe of the orange belt and as foreignto

all calculations, and be carefully con- cerned, should ,double the populationof have something of this kind? Be- East and South Florida, as is Ala-
sidered. Wisconsin. cause we make no united effort. The bama or Georgia. Mr. C. C. Banfill,

The item of fertility, unless the soil Similar comparisons might be insti- fruit growers of Florida will alwaysbe of De Funiak, was elected president.An '

contains elements poisonous to plant tuted as to all the other States, and put off with indifferent service and Executive Committee was appointed -

life, like the poison salts,in the valleyof show for Florida a natural capacity to high rates, unless they insist on an improvement and a large amount of work map-

the Dead sea, or the,alkaline landsof sustain a population of greater num- The railroads and ex- ped out for them to accomplish before

Utah Arizona and California, may bers than any other State in the press companies are always anxious to reassembling of the Association, which

be produced by human agency, as also Union.If secure business; and, while they never will hold forth atMarianna, October 4.
cultivation and in comparing this Florida be considered as a work- think of reducing or improving the

with other regions they may be omit- shop, and thus increase the population !service, it is very likely, if the matterwas
ted from the calculations here made by manufactures, the advantages will properly brought before them, (tate Items

of comparative productiveness; and fully equal those of any other State. they would take steps to increase the \

there w1l1.then only remain for con- In natural advantages for commerce volume of their business by makingrates An artificial stone manufactory: is

sideration, the elements of heat and and transportation it equals the best. that would justify the growers in to be located in Orlando. \ '

moisture, or rainfall, which shall ,Heat in Florida has no more depress- shipping more of their luscious peaches.I I
enter the soil. The maximum of heat ing effects upon the ability to labor trust the DISPATCH will keep this The grape vines at Fort Myers are
may be placed for this calculation at than in the other States, and artificial matter alive. ED. RUMLEY. producing a second crop.

the equator, and the minimum at the heating of manufactories is consider- Keuka Lake. Fla.' ,.September. 8,1887. Apopka City i is to have an iron

60th parallel, or where the line of temperature ably cheaper, and the State is almost :For the FLOBIDA DISPATCH foundry and machine shop. .

of January is 0, and where completely free from all effec Can't we Pool our Issues? G. W. Dickson, of Osteen, has>'a a'
all take of cold during winter to hinder labor.
vegetable growths place
The question has often occurred to four-months-old Cheshire pig that
within the limit of five months. At To these advantages must be added
me whether it was to the best interestof weighs 115 pounds.
the equator the isotherm of ninety the salubrity of the entire State over
the Florida railroads to charge all
degrees exists, and vegetation is con- that of any other State in the Union, the freight the traffic will bear and Salvo Quinces reports seventy.four
tinuous, if the degree of moisture is if not in the world. The State is in- bushels of corn from two acres as a
is free from disabling such passenger rates as five cents per sample of his crop this season.---Lake_
sufficient, as it generally where the disputably very many mile. I am afraid they are acting
influence of ocean winds are favorable. diseases, and of those of a fatal against their own best interests as wellas City Tobacco Plant.

The ratio of rainfall and heat may be character. ours, and will kill the that Mr. A. DeLaughter has been experimenting ,
estimated from the records kept indifferent From the whole considerations, the lays the golden eggs of profit goose,both for with Kaffir corn this year

portions lying between these conclusion must be reached that, at no them and for us. Many are becoming with results highly satisfactory to him.

extremes of latitude. From those very distant day, Florida must have a discouraged from raising produce fer He is enthusiastic in its praise.

records i it will be discovered that the population greater than any other agricultural the markets of the North, by the rates Mr. Rogers has three seedling cherry

rainfall entering the soil for sixty de- State-greater than their of freight, which are almost prohib- trees on his place near Tarpin, fifteen
grees of latitude is sixteen inches, for productive capacity can ever secure.J. .
itory and far from uniform. Would feet high, which bore fruit this year.
forty-five degrees, twenty-nine inches, Co., 19, i it not be better for the people to com- The seeds were dropped two years ago.J. .
and for 0 inches Llmona Hillsborough Sept. 1887.
degrees ninety-six
; bine with the railroads to consider Oakland
B. Speer, near has just.
and ithe units of heat for the
year For the FLORIDA DISP ATCJI. what would be best for all concerned? housed 275 bushels of corn from about
have ratio arithmetical
a progres- Let us Talk: About it. The railroads say, "What is it you ten acres of ground. This is better
sion that is the heat is
0 twice
; at as "
? "How much concession will
and The Immigration Convention for than the average of the corn acreage
great as at forty-five degrees, "
satisfy ? but are we so situated as
of Illinois.
you of the State
it is twiceas the of securing cheap
at forty-five' degrees purpose passen,
to ? We must unite and learn
great as at sixty degrees, and the ger rates to Florida, was well enoughand consultation what and Mr. B. Newman brought to this
productive capacity is found by multi- will be productive of much good, by ve ap- office a stalk of sugar cane that weighed -
committee to confer with the
plying the heat and moisture together; but the most important need of the point a and demands I I over eleven pounds, after the top

and the following table has been constructed State is lower freight and express learn companies what, concessions state our disposed and leaves had been lopped off.-Highland '
y : charges, and, I might add, better ser they are Park Fruit Grower.
make These
to etc.
measures !
Latitude. .........-. 0, 15, 30, 45, 60 vice. The future of Florida dependson should be taken before next winter. i Tavares Herald: The largest and
Produ ttvenesa..l00, 90, 65, 85, I2 this reform. There is no question best grapes of the purple
Let us be in a condition to offer in- scuppernong
Applying the test of this calculationto about our raising fruits and vegetable ducements to tourists ahead of Cali- variety, that were raised by James '.S.

the State of Wisconsin as the rep and we can place them in the fornia other Then the i Conner, living three miles east of A:
or place.
resentative of the 45th degree, and markets of the North while that coun- those tourists Tavares, measured three inches in cir -
spend, dispersed
Florida as the representative of 30, try 'is covered with snow and ice. through money the State, will assist in mak- cumference.Rev. .

the productiveness of Wisconsin is 35, There is an eager demand for them, ing our vegetable crop, which, again, O. D. Augir, of Panama, froma
and that of Florida is 65, that is, and in order to keep it healthy, we will return a harvest of dollars that six-year-old Kieffer pear tree, gathered tt
if Wisconsin can sustain 35 human must furnish them at a reasonable hundred fruit this
will be cheering to the hearts of the over a season,
beings from its ,soil, Florida can sustain price, so all classes may enjoy them, dwellers in Florida. the largest weighing twenty ounces
65. The rainfall in Wisconsin and at the same time furnish the pro VAN EPPS HOWARD. and measuring nearly fourteen inchesin

which enters the soil and aids produc- ducer an encouraging profit. At pres- .. circumference.Mr. .
ent the charges-to draw it West Florida Immigration Asso-
tion less than one-half the amount of express
J. W. Wellington gathered at
that of Florida, where 60 inches fall mildly-are outrageously high. Peach ciation.
and enter the soil, during the growingseason culture is quite extensively engaged in An Immigration Convention was the Thorp of fine grove lemons, near from Sanford 110:
crates twenty-two
and the units of heat are this way, and our people had some to held at DeFuniak Springs, on the The lemon
in the ratio of 45 Fahrenheit for ship this season. It cost $2 per 13th, which resulted in perfecting an trees. yield throughoutSouth
Florida is first-rate this
Wisconsin to 72 for Florida.It bushel to express them to Cincinnati. organization known as the "West year,
and the fruit is
must also be considered that Wis- When we got $6.40 per bushel, they Florida Immigration Association," demanding good prices.

consin lies between forty-two degreesand paid us a good return, but when they with headquarters at De Funiak Mr. Mitchell sent over Friday the

thirty minutes, and forty-seven dropped to $4 and under, after takingout Springs. The purpose of the Associa- first apples we have seen raised on the

degrees, thus having more than one- the $2 for express, 40 cents for tion is to adopt measures to induce Halifax coast. They were small, but

half of the State south of the forty-fifth commissions, and 40 cents for pack- immigration to Florida. Nearly every beautifully colored, fragrant, and evidently

parallel. Florida lies between twenty- age, the producer's share is not worth town along the P. & A. railroad was from their acidity, would make ..

.four degrees and thirty minutes, and bragging about Now, I claim that represented, and considerable enthusiasm excellent cooking apples.-Halifax

thirty-one degrees, and has more than $2 expressage to that,, point z. or to New manifested.' The subject r of-with Journal.




.SEPTEMBER 26, i887.1 =' FLORIDA DXSPATC2H.: 801


Mr. W. M. Watson, of Campbells, Mr.James Lane brought to our office .

Fla.! passed through Orlando recently a bunch of crab-grass hay that measured -i 17 .. Months for Qnly$1.00.
with a carload of fifty head of goats eight feet in length. Mr. Lane \ < .

for Campbells, from Valdosta, Ga. says he has saved three tons of this

} Mr.. Watson is experimenting, and hay this season, which is only further .: .' .', .,.'.',".',,..'
thinks goats and goats' milk will be evidence that there is no reason to : ., >.

in demand this winter. send North for Hay. Mr. Lane says: ;.'""',
that by this mode of he f.
Lake City ships 700 pounds of hides crab grass to Timothy curing hay.HighlandPres8. prefers Luscious Fruits, For Profit; Health and Pleasure. .
every week. The citizens are there-

fore quite anxious to have a tannery '. ., : '...".

established. The manufacture ,of A celebrated chemist of Florida was Fair Flowers For Pleasure, Health- and Profit. ,

shoes would be a paying industry in handed some iron ore found on the ':1 .,
Lake City in connection with a tan- line of the Florida Southern Railway.The '" '

nery.-Lake Oity Reporter.Let ore was ground and put into Choice Vegetables For Health, ,Profit and Pleasure.l '

the capitalists of Florida organize proper shape for analysis, and the .. .,, -
mixture was put away for further de .
a thread factory at some eli-
gible point in the State and utilize our velopments. In an hour or two the 'Fins Lawns For' Beaufcy and Profit.
compound had precipitated and the .
long staple cotton, and thus keep our X:. i '; :
result was finely formed ten ,"
penny <
at home. The question as to ;
money market nails. Verdict ore very rich.-Pa- Fruit Culture, Floriculture. Market Gardening,.Ornamental
a for our cotton will then be .. .
latka N "
settled.Sumteroille Times. Planting, Greenhouse, Conservatory. Window Garden. All

Mr. John W. Trammell showed us Asparagus grows luxuriantly almost are fully represented in
the entire round in certain
year a gar-
this "week
Japan persimmonsthat
some den in Orlando, and the crisp, deli- .
tree three -
were old on grown Lake on Seward.a only They were cious shoots that are continually sent THE AMERICAN GARDEN..
from the plants innocent of fertil-- .
up .. -
perfect in form, and two and seven- .
izing or cultivation, show that this fine '
inches in diameter
; eighth measuring
vegetable could be made to do wondersin e u. The leading Horticultural Journal of America.
the small way Florida Cracker.
this climate with
I proper treatment. Illustrated, Handsomely Printed, Ably Edited. Writen. by practical -
We were shown the seed of a Rus Asparagus is an entire stranger to ;

+ sian watermelon. They are the smallest many of our people, some of whom horticulturists in all sections of the United States and Canada.

we ever saw-about one-tenth the never tasted it in their lives. It is Adapted the South, North, East and West. >: S ,
size of the seed of the ordinary water- never seen in our markets.Reporter.As .

; melon; in fact the seed are so small curious and illustration SPECIAL MONEY PRIZES FOR PRACTICAL ESSAYS.:
a interesting .
that there is no use of removing them '
when eating the melons.-Key West of the prolific nature of some 1t6r Subscription Price, $1.00 a year. From now to end of 1888 only
Democrat.Dr. small weeds, we deem it worthy of
note that Rev. W. M.\ Davis has so far $I.Oq. Specimen. copy for 6 cents.

Shelby, of Orlando, states that this season gathered 16,800 grains of
six weeks ago he planted six hills of rice as the product of a volunteer E.. H. LIBBY, Publisher, 751 Broadway New York. -

i watermelons, fertilized them, and now bunch from a single accidental grain, '
has thirty half-grown melons on the and has a number of heads yet to Well Curbing and Chimney, Flues

vines, besides a large number of blos- gather. He has already gathered Cheaper and Better than Brick. i

soms. The doctor says about the eighty-three, yielding nearly a quartin FOUNDATIONBLOCKSOrnamental
middle of September he will surprisethe measure and the number of grains
people of Orlando on the water- above given.-Lake City Tobacco. .311 ,Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.
; Address-
melon 'question.There Plant.
is quite a pretty little key- The announcement is already made Office 62K, West Bar Street. Jacksonville. Fla.

all sand-of about twelve acres, lying that orange shipments have com- We call special attention to our .

between Key West and. Stock Island menced. These are "dropped" oranges, SHEEP GUANO AND NEW HARD-WOOD ASHES,
, on the south, which was entered a fewyears and as there is more or less of this fruit
coals stones other
free from or foreign substances.
sifted and unleached, entirely ,
ago by Dr. Harris, who has annually they have a proportionateeffect SheEp; Guano per ton, $25. .Hard-Wood Ashes per ton, $30
about a thousand cocoanut trees grow- upon the early shipments of

l ing on it. The trees are about one good, well matured oranges. Hence Tyesen., SY'Y' -th db <='.0.,

year old, and all seem to be doing growers stand in their own light to 12 W. Bay, Jacksonville, Fla. __ _
well.Key West Democrat. thus put upon the market a cheap, undesirable uu f

Probably the largest pecan tree in fruit, which weakens the Catarrh Cured.A of. suffering Teachers PJaYOfS$ Sin$ OfS !

the State is owned by Dr. H. H. Wall market for later and better fruit.- clergyman after years
Green Cove from that loathsome disease, Catarrh, Should now select and purchase Musle Books
ling, of Orange Park. It measures Spring.We t and vainly trying every known remedy, for their use and pleasure during the ensuing
four and one-half feet at the lowest have in our office a stem of at last found a prescription which com- Fall Oliver and Winter.Dltson & Co, Issue 8HEETMUSIC
branch, which is some six feet from Para grass, brought ir by Mr. Root, pletely cured and saved him from death. In such Immense quantities that It Is perfectly
Any sufferer from this dreadful disease Impossible to advertise It. All new publications -
the ground, and is fully thirty feet which measures about fourteen feet in sending self addressed stamped envelope are faithfully and Intelligently described
high. The nuts are especially fine. length. The grass stands up until it to Prof.a J. A. Lawrence 212, East In their Interesting and valuable

The fertilizers used have been almost gets about three or four feet high, and 9th St., New York, will receive the MONTHLY MUSICAL RECORDS
entirely from the poultry yard. if cut then it i is all available for fodder recipe free of charge. 1.00{ Look per Out year for)which the Imprint every ore of Oliver needs.Ditson

', and will put new shoots from & Co,on the music you purchase. They do
I Cypress is a wood that sooner or up not care to publish anything but the- best
the roots; but if allowed to grow it music, and their name. Is a guarantee of
later must take the foremost part in falls the and TRAi/EL VAL merit.
roots at
the lumber trade. The articles upon ground I Through Trains with Dining Send for Lists Catalogues and Descriptions
4 many every joint, running to a great length, / Cars, Pullman Palace Sleev of any Music or Music Book wanted.
that can be manufctaured from cypress, and the older of the stem / big Carsf Modern Coach s.
make the wood very valuable. And it too hard for good fodder. New shoots gets, L l Depots Sure connections at its terminal In points Union New And Popular Books.
will outlast pine two to one. As a l with trains from and to the I
however, branch out from the rooted East, West, North and South. Plantation and Jubilee Songs.
finishing wood it cannot be equalled. joints, and are available for such use. .. Cheapest, Best and Quickest Newest and Best collection. 80 cts.
By. and by these facts will become 1 Route from Chicago, Peoria
The old stem may then be cut and or St. Louis to Emanuel. Oratorio by Trowbridge. $1.00,
known; then prices will jump up. ]leave each joint as a separate plant. DENVER ST. PAUL, $9.00 per doz. New. An American Oratorio.

Mr. Entenza, an extensive manu- Longwood Republican. SAN FRANCISCO, MINNEAPOLIS, Jehovah's Praise. church Music Book.
... OMAHA, PORTLAND, ORE. $1.00,$9.00 per doz. Emerson's newest and
facturer and native of Cuba +
a ,
best. .
he'believes that the culture of tobaccoin General Geary while Governor of Penn CITY OF MEXICO, ATCHISON./
Florida will eventually become the sylvania, wrote Dr. Shallenberger: "I For Tickets,Rates,Maps,&c.,apply to Ticket Agents United Voices. For Common Schools
regard_your Antidote as a public benefaction of connecting lines or address 50 cts. $ .80 per doz. Just out. Charming
most profitable business the farmercan In my case, as well as in many 1.J.POTTER, H. B.STONE, PAUL MORTON, j School Song Collection.
engage in. He says that Florida others known to me, it has proven an invaluable For 1st handsome V.P. Illustrated G.M.Burlington G.P.Route&; T.A.Guide I Any Book Mailed For Retail Price.
tobacco is far superior to that of any remedy for chills; not only Boot send!a postage to the G. P.&T. A.. Chicago. \

other State, and compares favorably prompt beneficial in curing in ,its but singularly pleasantand For handsome Illustrated Burlington Route i .OLIVER, D1TSON & CO., Bo+ ton.C .
general effects upon Guide Book send 4c. postage to the G; P. &T; H. DITSON <* Co.,
with that raised the island of Cuba. ,
on the system. A.,'Chicago, Ill. 867 Broadway,New York.
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T4e Profit in Fruit Culture. "SAN MATEO NURSERIES."

J' urge'. KELSEY and other valuable Plums. 25,000 ,
4 LECONTE,KEIFFER and other Pears and
Apples on LeConte stock. All thlt valuable A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter Planting. f
Oriental and Southern Fruits. CAMPHOR .
Best Varieties of Budded Trees Sizes.
all kinds. JERSEY CATTLE,JERSEY RED a 8Iecialty-Trees of all.
Gulick's Method of Budding.It HOGS. Seeds of Forage Plants. Highest Se'rid !'.,:
is now fully fifteen years since quality,lowest prices. valuable informationin for Catalogue.
illustrated catalogue free. MAXWELL, ANDERSON &,CO.,
the late Geo. W. Atwood, of St. Augustine CHEROKEE FARM AND NURSERIES, San Mateo Fla.

a :well known nurserymanand __Waycross, Ga._ GUIDE TO FIG CULTURETells '

writer on horticultural subjects Pears Grown from Cuttings.
how to grow and prep**,*the fig,and describes our new fig, ,
brought before the public preciselythe LeConte,Keiffer and Sand. Bartlett.Law- "
son, Sekel, Smith and Garber on LeConte
same method of treating buds as Root. Strawberries adapted to Florida, Ala : CC:D1D1erc: a1 'Y"rn.a.. :

that described in the DISPATCH of the bama and and Noonan Georgia: Hoffman, Warren, .Noo- Only genuine"fig of commerce,"and the finest in the wrld. Also Tropical, SemiTropicaland
nan Improved. : een- New Fruits, and the finest stock of nuts in the country. Address with stamp, ,*
12th inst. by Mr. Henry Guliok. Mr. to Plums, Honey Kelse"sJapanMariannf\andothers., Southern Beauty and others. FLORIDA. UORTICUri'.TDRAL CO., ,
Atwood exhibited trees in Jacksonville : Cutler, Dado Co., Fla.
Pot grown strawberries on special order only.
in this and fEo. <:. GIB us,
grown manner, des Tallahassee Nursery,Tallahassee,Fla, THE BUCKEYE: NURSERIES.Villa .
. cribed the modus operandi to anyone Send for Catalogue._
Franca Lemons. Washington Navels.We .
who cared to know it. I gave the Nurseries of Lake Weir Co. have for fall and winter delivery a large and select stock of the above named varieties
method a thorough ,trial at the time, one and two year old buds,thrifty and free from Insects. Our Villa Franca buds were obtained -
100,000 Orange and Lemon: Trees, from the finest grove of this celebrated variety in the State and our Washington
but found that it added very much to Our trees are very thrifty,three and four Navel buds were imported by UP,direct from California,and taken from the flrsttres bud-
the labor of budding while as a rule year old stock,%ta 1/ inch diameter,with I ded with that variety in the 8tate. This grove Is said tobear heavily and steadily. We have
one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible also all the standard varieties Known to Florida,also Peen-to and Honey peach trees, and
the buds were inferior to those when to Florida Southern Railroad.. Send for LeConte and Keifer Pears. All of our trees ar rown on high pine land, and we guaranteethat
Catalogues. Address every tree shall have good roots,which after all is most important. Send for Catalogue.
the entire
top of the stock was remov- E.B.FOSTER,Manager Glkl "TT BHO, South Lake Wier, Marion Co.. Florida.
ed. This is one of those numerous tla t'n.lv Kontb T/nkp Weir Fla.
where the is beautiful but
cases theory ONE MILLION
t Kelsey., ISntatt and Opraii, Japanese Plum on native Plum stocks.
when the test of practical use is appliedit Fruit Trees, Grape Kelsey Jane Buds on native Peach Stocks. Peen-to and Honey Peache.
don't work "worth Whenever Vine. Strawberry LeConteand Klefler Pears on their own roots. Bartlott and other pears on
a cent. Plants Etc. LeConte roots A large stock of Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries, Quinces, l
the top of a tree is removed the >Selling low r.l Apricots and Nectarines. Address

root,devotes its entire energies to replacing Willow Descriptive Lake catalogueand Nursery. A/V. IIEIIE.-iarJl/d7: : : : _

that top, and if all other price list mailed free Q Manager Huntsville Wholesale Nurseries, Huntsville, Alabama.

shoots are kept rubbed off, the bud on Sam'l application II. ItumpLMarshaliville Address, I

itself will very quickly furnish leaves Ga. HOMELAND NURSERIES.

enough to "elaborate" all the sap
necessary for its very, rapid growth.I KELSEY AND OTHER ORIENTAL PLUMS.,

have: orange buds set last March to the Soil and Climate of .
which are now more than an inch in
diameter, four feet high, with a large, Also a full line of Nursery Stock of the most choice varieties adapted Florida.

branching top. As they have fully GROWN AND FOR SALE AT It. If. mmn, Proprietor, Bartow, Polk County, Fla.DEALER .

two months to grow yet, they will San Luis, and Andalusia',Nurseries, 11)II.: 3T- :aqC: > ei, .
make trees. sufficiently "vigorous" to
suit ,
most people.It .
Manager.Send .
is certainly liberal on the of
for Catalogue and order early. Send, :
Mr. Gulick to offer to nurserymen "a also,for Price List of BUENA VISTA NURSERIES.I ';.,

right to use this method free nextyear" Several thousand acres of land for sale. Every Kind of Budded Orange and T emori Trees
FLORIDA WINES. all kinds of Seedlings,Japan Persimmon Trees,etc., for sale. Trees will be carefully packedand
but I doubt if there is a nurseryman shipped to any part of the State. Bearing Lime Trees at 10 cents each. .

in the State who has not tried ERnON'r, LAKE C01J1ITY\ FIOnfOr\.. '. ,: \

and discarded this method
years before the. date of these; "letters] VILLA FRANCA NURSERIES.LEMONS .: .

patent. '" A. F.: STYLES.Oak .
Bluff Grove,Jacksonville, Fla., Septem- WOOD. "
ber o "

/Vtouomizora and Powder B.ollo-ws.. .
all kinds of Fruit Trees and, Vines,
ISLAND NURSERY. Large stock LeConte and other Pears,Persim- AGENTS WANTED.
mons,Peen-to,and other peaches and plums.W.W.THOMPSON .LOUCKS & SKINNER, - DUNEDIN?"LA.
Of all the leading varieties budded Send for Catalogue. Rmithville.
healthy sour stock 8 and 4 years old, and
r from five-eights to one and one-halflnchin KELSEY JAPAN PLUM (ESTABLISHED 1878.)

diameter.two and half Buds 1 and 2 years old, and from ON FLORIDA PLUM STOCK. We Import from Japan,where our xtocK Is carefully ed In our Nurseries, Persimmon,
and straight a stocks to eight feet high. Good roots Three, six and twelve months buds; 2,000 Mammoth Chestnut, Plum, Loquat, Litchi,Kin-Kan and other Japanese and Chinese Fruit
For guaranteed. two-year oldF. Some fruited this year. Trees. Giant and DwartBamboos. Ornamental Tree Shrubs and Bulbs.
prices address Botan,M arl Leaf and Simon's We have purchased the Geo. F, :Sylvester Seed House,at 315 Washington street, where we
GEORGE DAltLING, Plum on Florida Seedling Plum stock the will carry all native and foreign sped bulbs maKing a specialty of Japanese Tree,:Flower,
Drayton Island, Fla. best for all sections of Florida. Eureka, Peen- Vegetable and Field Seeds. Send for new illustrated i Catalogue.II. ,
--'- To, Honey,best October and other Peaches on II. BERGER &: CO., "
Pineapple Plants for Sale. Florida peach stock. Japan Persimmon, _315 and 317 Washington st,San Francisco,Cfll.,P. O.box 1501.
Grapes,Oranges,etc. Price list free. Inspec- .
Egyptian tion solicited. A. CA'.LAIIA N,
Queen from 16c. to $1. Scarlet
Pants from lo to 2c. for slips. Rooted or Prop. Eureka Nursery,Melrose,Clay Co.,Fla. SWITZERLAND NURSERY. :
,can be set .t any season. from 2c to
25o. each, packed and delivered on board The Hoffman Seedling Strawberry.This 'Peen-to,Honey and Bidwell's Early peach trees. Kelsey,Botan and other 'plum' trees.
steamer on receipt of price Grape Vines,.Blackberry and Strawberry Plants. ,
Largq order extra early and most prolific berry,
prices on application.
TIIOS. E. UICII"UDS. now grown very extensively around Charleston A Nursery at Y our Own Door. J

Eden Pineapple Plantation, Eden, Indian and Norfolk for its great shipping quality A specialty made of fending all kinds of trees and plants by mall, and safe arrival guar- .
River, Fla.POLK anteed. Price lists,free to all. Address :
and its handsome color and size,Is the best
W. C STEELS Manager, ,
berry now grown for the Northern market, Switzerland'St.Johns County,,Fla.

-COUNTY. ... NURSERIES.' and has superseded all other varieties wher- r-
BY THE ever introduced. I am now growing a large;
stock of plant that is now ready for the fall !- SHELL POND NURSERIES.
Polk Co.
Nursery :| Improvement Co., trade. Ai? parties wishing to try them will

All the leading please apply to me for circulars,as I will sell ...
foreign and domestic Orange
and Lemon Trees. them at a very low rate.OLIVER. Peaches, Pears, Figs, Plums, Kelsey Plum and Other, Fruits.
Price list on application.
\''. B, JLASSlTElt, Manager, ORE, Send for circular. Circular contains short history of peach culture in Florida,and hintsas
Homeland, Fla.
10 ICInko Strrrt Olinrlfto.i. S. t'; to culture. JAS. P. DePA, Archer, Fla.

Well tested and approved varieties of the ORANGE and LEMON and other Citrus Fruits.
Offer for sale a stock of budded orange trees of all leading varieties, Including the

C ..LA.E1: : -V-JJSfJBt3: : ':,. n.IVER, ..rDE 3V A. V-IU H, ,"":

Florida,grown,of well known varletlesfo d to be suited to the*soil ana climate of Florida. Budded entirely from buds received this season from Riverside Cal. Bidwell, Peen-to and.,;' '."k. .
1 ,Send. for catalogue. '. O. U. TIIACIIKK, Manager, Honey Peaches,Kelsey and ot.herJap1.n Plums. AH home grown. Best native and,foreign*,'
w '-.*''..v' fc' San Mateo, Fla. grapes,including,a larg stock of Bl Hamburg. White. .Adriatic, and other!fig* ''.Persim,',
,,...- mons,etc.. Price-list free.pplicatlon.: G. H. NORTON,'Eustis,1Fla.i' _
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and Improved Varieties' of Tropical and SemiTropicalTrees
Plants, Bulbs and Flowers. A seedling of the Peen-to;by A. I.. Bidwell, of Orlando, Fla.; In quality best, sprightly,
juicy'and sweet; the only variety;yet brought forward ripening with the Pe n-to.It Is superior
Special attention given to Betting and tending young groves budding and pruning old to the latter In size and quality; It Is not flat like the Peen-to'but is a round peach ofstandard
ones,planting Lawns and Flower Gardens. All work guaranteed. f!SF"We are also agents' shape and high color. The original tree,the seed of which was planted In the win-
for Hnsgey'a Coulter Harrow and the old reliable brand of Geo..W, Baker's Flesh, Blood and ,'ter of 1882 is nowsix 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(May25th) all left on the tree areready
: "UNflAM HKOVS, Clear Water Harbor, Hillsboro'County, Fla. for market. ..AS. JIOTT, Orlando, Fla.

The Lakeland Nursery CompanyAre FLORIDA GROWN PEACH TREES,

., now in readiness to forward a copy of their Pecans
,' < -: s Kelsey Japan Plums, Olive Trees, Oranges,Figs, Lemons,: ,,

',S-U':3MT3MC3E53R.TO: :: ::IE=>> ICE] L Ii8 T By the dozen,hundred or thousand,also a full supply of other Nursery stock adapted to
r Florida and the Gulf States. Am now booking orders for Fall delivery season of
ANY ADDRESS FREE ON APPLICATION. ,.., 188788. Write for Prices. Catalogue free on application. ','

Communicate with E. H. TISON, Manager GLEN ST. MART UIISEIIIES,
Jane 15,1887. Lakeland.Poltr On..1'.a..
G. L. TABER, Propr..Glen Salary,Fla.

"Gra1n.es"V' 11e ]N u..rseries, BAY VIEW I NURSERIES.I "


NEW PEACHES A SPECIALTY. 5,000 Superiors, ripens in May, size above medium Budded Orange and Lemon TreesTropical
quality best of all. 5.000 Thomas,late,runs In September; single specimens have weigheda ,
pound. Bid well's Early Wonder, new varieties will be found In stock. >rooted
Vines Plants. Trees and well
Fruit Trees and
10,000 Kelsey Japan Plums; 2)000 LeConte Pears.; 2OOOO'Japan Persimmons, 2 to 10 feet and Semi-Tropical outh Florir'a.An strong ,
high,and 100,000 Orange trees,of ail good varieties,will be sold CHEAP FOIL CASH. and especially adapted to
inspection! is Invited. inquiries bY mail promptly answered. Catalogues sent1'reenn
i Many miss it who buy elsewhere. ,
application. : B. D. HOYT, Pay ytpw.\ HUlsborough. Co.. Fla.

Lemons Lemons Genuine Navels.ORDER ROYAL PALM NURSERIES.

NOW, before our stock of 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
other varieties of Orange,Lemon and Lime. and Nursery stock suitable for Florida. ,.p. ., ',.
\ The Double Imperial Navel and the Atwood's Seedless Navel we now offer for the first time Price of catalogue(of 93 page))15 cents,postpaid. Mailed free to all customers.. -v .,
to the Florida Orange Growers. We shall have for Fall and Winter delivery few hundred REASONER BROS.,
of each of these varieties KEPNJEY & CAREY, Winter Park Fla. Manatee,'Florida.-
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.. Have on hand and for sale a large stock of fine LEMON: AND ORANGE TREES'

Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees! Budded'from tried and approved varieties, and on good health locks.: '

Stocks five and buds two and three old. All the named varieties well
one, years leading ; rult Trees suitable to Florida. Address, .
grown and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees,Roses,etc. Send for "j'' >
descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhere. ..A..A.eOvv...A.ee.::: Georgetown,'IFla

I*. W. LIPSEY &:: CO., Citra, Marion Co., Fla.ORANGES Lrav 11:'Sl1 tr ",
LEMONS, For Salr by W. W. Hawkins & Sons. Three Orange Groves Just coming Into
Pomegranates Valrico Nurseries Guavas, bearing. 1st. One of 10 acres,containing about 700 trees most 'of them bearing; also850
,Figs, Bananas Peen-to Peach Trees,from which we have gathered this season 25 bushels of fine fruit,which
Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. Pine-Apples, brought high prices. Next'season there should be 100 bushels, at least. .
,Pears r \ Anona, about 6 acres of rich Garden Land,mostly muck, nearly all cleared ready for operation;
', Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, would make a fine Truck Farm.espeially for strawberries aand cabbages.3d. .
',1 Oriental :erium, A Grove of about 600 fine Budded Orange Trees,bout 50 Peen-to Peach Trees In
Plums and w. G. TOTJSEY; Ca'adlum, bearing,good House for help,40)acres of land; mostly High Oak Hammock. These grovesare
i" na, all on or In sight of the St.Johns River,and front the road from Georgetown to Fruit-
LIB Etc. Seffher, Hilhborough Co., Fla. .. PALMS, Eic. land. Will be sold separately or together. A rare bargain. All the groves have a fine muck
bed. Call on or apply to W.W.HAWKINS &: SONS. Lake George,Fla.


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

w Orders taken for all varieties of Fruit and Ornamental Trees,to be delivered the coming ,
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Fall and Winter. and Cuttings. / .

F. S. CONE, Proprietor, We make a specialty of Grape Vines of all varieties,and Fig Trees. Liberal discount to

CRESCENT CITY, FLA; nurserymen. All Inquiries promptly answered. AddressS.. BURGESS, Manager,

Riverside, California

i SUNSET HILL NURSERIES. Nurseries of the Milwaukee Florida Orange Company,

Catalogues,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list include:
the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also, Dunedin, Hillsborough County, Florida.We .

:" Peaches Pears Plums Grapes and other Fruits. make a specialty of the DISTINCTIVE varieties of.CITRUS FRUIT TRESS,Including
Double Imperia ,Rlversfd (buds personally selected in California by a member of our,company -
iI Our stock Is one of the largest in the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties a ) and Washington Navels,Maltese Blood, Hart's Tardlff, Jaffa, Du Rol,Stark'Seedless
specialty. ,etc.,etc. In Lemons we have Villa Franca, Sicily,Genoa,Belair Premium and Eureka.
.' R. \V. PIERCE, Also Tahiti Limes, Peaches, Plums,White Adriatic Figs etc.,etc. Our stock is large,com-
.; Indian Springs,Orange Co.,Fla. plete,well rooted,thrifty and clean. Special terms on large\ orders. Catalogue free on ap-
plication. Address A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla.
I-L "' .. ..]:tarn: D.te T-..reries.L .-

Il ORANGES, DEMONS, P1AC1i3ES. :El..ocky J13ran.cb. N'er1e: .
All the leading orange and lemon trees, Including the "Everbearing" orAnge. Oranges '
l extrv month In the year. Washington Navel oranges a speciality. BIdwell Peen-to Pallas LeConte, Keller, Bartlett, Liawson and Garber'v Hybrid Pears,a Special -
I and Honey peach trees. Kelsey,and other Japan plums,includingthatwonderfulnew plum, ,
T the 4Blood Plum of Satsuma"and the''Early Sweet Plum..'NlagaraEmplre State and lead- ty
Ing varieties of foreign grapes. The new fig"Foundling," Pears, Perslmmoi s, Figs, Mulberries ,
Rates will be Address
I e Loquats,Guavas, Nut trees,etc. The new Japanese seedless orange "Unsuiu." a com Summer contracts, ,Special now given. sB.
4" catalogue of ornamental trees, including Grevilleas, Eucalyptus, Acacia,, etc. Illustrated W. PARTRIDGE, -
free. Address, A1tgmntn WHEAT LEY, ; Montlcello Fla
t", Or
'Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries, SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES..

Sixty thousand choice Orange, Lemon and Lime' Trees for sale. Ten thousand fine Florida
..S\,, OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA. grown Peach Trees,of the Honey and Peen-To varieties: also two new varieties,Hybrids of
<* Honey and Peen-To named by us Chinese King and hinese Queen. The Chinese King
Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and ripens in May. The Queen ripens three weeks later than Honey.. Our '" orange
Vines. No Loss in Transplanting will give you ripe fruit the year round. We have the genuine Washington Navel sent to us .
? Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. AddressA. direct from Washington. Big discount. on large orders.
,'Ii' Oakland FIa. Lake Helen,Florida.
,mange Co., ,
,,- 'E.tabU.hed. 1850. 200 Acre in Fruit Nurscry.FRUITLAND .

,.' The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees specially adapted to Florida is doubtless the TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA. INCLUDING
most varied In the United States. Many valuable additions have lately been made to the ; FIE ORANGE AND LEl\JON.: "
lists of Fruits suited to sub-tropical sections. In addition to the usual large variety units (In variety,other Citrus Friuts, LeConte and Keifler'Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persia
we offer lOO, other Oriental Plums,Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmon Grape'YinesNcrnw- "
berry Plant etc. Our stock of Boles, Evergreen Palms, Acacia and flowering PEEN-TOand, HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY
shrubs includes everything of value for Southern gardens. A special Catalogue(No.4) .
published for this branch of our establishment,and,will be mailed free to all applicants.we ? ..; 1 A. H. MANVILLE & CO. :-.$

do not employ agents. Bnde your orders direct to'us.'and, avoid being imposed upon ., ;..Lakeland:......: f' Polk County, Fla., and Drayton Island Putnam- County,;Fla. '.>.

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"How to Grow tLeConte, Kelffer, ..OR.JD( ( Standard Time) ON AND AFTER MONDAY, May 23,1887, &30 a m,Trains
: and Other .JJJy w1l11eaveand arrive as follows: '"j"
/Bartlett Pears
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W. JENNINGS: & CO., AND JAVIATIOUO: g .; o OSZo' P4 c= .1 =.... I ax d so''o 'c: as ag "' o .
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QR EJ.A..LE1, SCHEDULE IN EFFECT AUGUST 10, 1887, :; ... -: l' If- 0 :; Q -=a k ... k
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At Immense Standard Time,33 minutes slower than Jack- -I- -
Bargains. sonvllle local. A; ;; ;; AM ---:7: a.ve-Arrive ; ; A M ;;; ;; A-

6,000 LeConte pear trees one,two and three --w wR. R Wharf. h
years old,finest nursery stock In America and ale 0 8 40 4 40 5"001 10 20 44 :.,..Sanford.,,:,115 2"a'' .S2foo) .SM .3 45
at lowest prices. Leave 3 8 50 448 518 10 32 } 55 ...._BelaIr.112 150 80812481; 518 3,33
2,000 Paper Shell Pecan trees most excellent Read WEST. Read down. .*... _. -Crystal Lake_ ill w?._. .? :..._
variety. Kolb Gem Melon Seed Hay and NolO Not Nol No9 8 55 ...._ 523 ....... ...... __. Bents._ no 144 803 ._?.
Corn,by,C.delivered.. Finest Syrup madeor 1210 p 730p.__..Jacksonville...... 7 45 a 300 P 905 4)8;) 53 l 10 57 525 _.Longwood_ 105 13.4 7 5012 :rr 458y310:
evaporated by the barrel. 11 00 a 6 50 p.Baldwin.........* 8 27 a 4 02 p 913 501 5 40 1107( 543 ._Altamonte.? 102 1 271 7 :3712 30 430 258
I own over 12,000 acres of rich red clay land 10)22 a 6 30 p..Macclenny....*_ 8 48 a 4 31 p 918 507 545 5 55 ..__Mayo...._. 101 1 ;, 7 3012 26 ,4 ID 2m
in this county, and wish to sell 50,00 to develop 1016 a 625p.GlenSt.Mary.-53 a 437p 4.. 9 22 510 5 50 1125/ 610 ._Maitland_ 100 1 15 7 2512 23 415 245
the balance. Perfect safety and fair profit 9 66 a 610 p......Sanderson......... 9 09 a 4 55 p 930 518 558 630 Wlnt.erPark- 91 101 7151215 400' 235 ,
guaranteed,with absolute security for a part 9 30 a 5 49 p.....*....Olustee_......*. 9 30 a 5 20 p 2 ...... ?.._ ...... ..... _.... ....?-Wilcox..... ?.... _..._ ...._ '
ner with capital, and demonstrate to his 8 55 a 5 24 p.....*..Lake City.....?.. 9 56 a 615 p 9 45 5 30 615 12 20 7 30 .....Orlando.._ 12 55 7 0012. 02 310 2 15ii"
entire satisfaction that an Immense fortunecan 818 a 4 57 p..Welbonu... ...,.10 21 a 656 P ... Gatlin ._ 95.. "" '
be reasonably expected. Write for circu- 8 08 a 448p......*..Houston_._......10 35 a 713p 55 if 81 ir 20 12'43 7'4s: :!J : 124 6 371149 300 152
lar containing prices ,of nursery stock and I 7 47 a 433 p._....LIve Oak.*..?..10 49 a 73 P 9 58..0Pine Castle. : ......... ._... ......
land,and full particulars In regard to advan 6 58 a 4 06 p...._EUaville_._.....1116 a 8 OS P 3010 05 545' 635 12 55 800 _.Blg Cypress_ 12 6 251142 248 140
tages of this sect Ian and my propositions and 618 a 3 35 p.........Madison.*.....*.!! 48 a 8 48 P 34 1015 .5 57I 650 .A M 113 8 15 ?..McKInnon_ 81 12 6131132 P M 232 '12) .
references.E. t 5 41 a 307p.........Greenville.1218 p 925 p 40 10 80 t6 7 05 6 00 130 8, 55 _KIssimmee._ 75 37.. 6 001120 9 05.215 1.05.
B. BAILEY ITTonticcllo t 5 20. a 2 491>........w Aucilla......*....1236p 947p 4-110.JO 63a PM 610 px ...... ....eapmbells._ 71 A M 11 lAi 850 PM 1240
5 00 a 2 33 p ?Drifton,.........12 51 p 10 09 p 5210 58 652 630 940 _Lake Locke. 6311 1044 825 12 08 .'
For Sale. 5 25 a 3 00 ar..Monticello..ar.. 120 p 10 35 p 57 1115 7 102 6 42 10 17 ....Davenport.... 58 1115 10 32 810 1150 t i
4 35 a 205p .lv..Montlcello..1v..1225p 930p 61 11 25 6 52 10 ...Haines City_ M 11 05 10 22 755 1135
JOOO Loquats,18 to 86 Inches In height,Stocky 681142 7 2-1 710 1105 ..Bartow June. 47 10 53 10 ((17 7 35 11 10
three years from seed, once transplanted,well 5 00 a 2 33 p..........Drifton...........12 54 p 10 09 p 72115 731 7 20 1125 ...Anburndale. 431040 95t 105 1050
rooted. Seed selected from choice fruit grown I 4 32 a 213 p.Lloyd.*......*.132 p 10 35 p 77 12 0"738"; 703 11 40 ?.'Fltzhughs.. 381028 944 650 10"35
by E. H. Hart, of Federal Point. 415 a 145 p..*.*.*.Chaires.......*.. 145 p 10 49 p 831218 7 58 t8 05 12 30Lakeland.... 321015 9.30 6 32 1010
Also a lot of Scuppernong and Thomas grapevines 3 40 a 119 p........Tallahassee..,,.... 213 p 115"p 98 12 -13 '8.12 835 J ID ?..Plant City.?. 22 9 53 905 545 9,2. : l
,two and three years from layers, strong 2 35 a 12 48 p.*.?....Midway.......... 2 41 p 12 40 a 98 1253 ._.;. 8 50 ...... .........Cork.._ 17 938 ..._. 525 ..
and well grown. 150 a 12 21 p.**....*Quincy.......... 3 09 p 150 a 103 105 8 32 9 05 2 05 ..._.Seffner.._? 12 9 27 S- 35 5 08 8 90
Also a few thousand Sour Orange Trees, 12 55 a 1154 p._.. Mt., Pleasant*.... 385 P 230 a 10) 1 12 8 38 922 215 .?... Mango..... 10 9 22 8 20 5 00 8 ((17
from one inch to one and one half Inches In 12 01 a 1125 p.River Junction..... 4 05 p 3 30 a 109 1.20 .... 9 33 ...... ....Or1ent....... 6! 915 ...... 4 48 [ ......
diameter-and above, nursery grown twice SOUTH. 115 135 900 950 2 5.5 Ar Tampa Lv 0 900 800 430 7 ;10 f
transplanted, with plenty of roots and vigo- MAIN LINK. PM PM'' AM PX ; AM PM PM pv. '
rous. Address. No..4. No. 8. No, 7. No. :a. Flag Wtatione. Trains No.3 and leave from and arrive at J.,'J'.& K. W. Depot Wo. u,
O. R.THACHER, Fairview Nurseries 10.15 a 4 05 p...... Fernandina ......1010 a ,4.00 p and 6 Daily. Nos. J,2. 4,5, 7, 8 9,10,27() and 28, Daily except Sunday. Train No. 6 will stop
___ __- Ban Mateo, Fia.Chas. 247 p*...*..Callahan..1l Z1 a only at Plant City. Lakeland Bartow Junction, Kissimmee! and Orlando. Nos. 2 and 3 AtOpat
t, 630 a 230p.?..Jacksonville *. .1130 80p: Kissimmee for Lunch No. stops at Lakeland for'Breakfast. No. 8 stops at Lakeland
M. Davidson; & Co. 5 30 a 143 p......... Baldwin .._.....12 23 P 10 W P for Supper.Trough >
4 25 a 110 p..Hlghland..12 51 p 10 50 p Tickets sold at all regular stations for all points North, East and West. Baggage
4 08 a 101 p.-Lawtey.......... 101 p 1110 p checked through. ,
WHOLESALE FRUITERS 3 43 a 12 45 p.**..*-Starke ........... 131 p 1140 p a .
,. 3 05 a 12.05 p....?._Waldo....?..... 155 p 12 25 a Pemberton Ferry Urnnch.-S.F.
2 27 a 1144 p....._. CampvlUe ...... 215' p 12 50 a Sanford and.' Indian. River, ItaLlroaid., :",,-
COn IISsION 21-7- a 1131 a*.... Hawthorne..*.. 2 26 pliO a Sou h Bound North Bound. ,
#. MERCHANTS.. 113 a 1104() a............ Citra ......?*.. 2 55 p 2 02 a Read Down. Read Up. ... ". .. -
10 23 a.?...Silver Spring ..... 3 38 p F'st Ac. (4"st Ac. Dally except s ndalt "'; .
Shipments of Florida Fruits solicited. 1157 p 1010 a.....*..... Ocala w...._. 3 52 p 3 20 a ::- M'L &Ft STATIONS. M'l &Ft :;, .;
i,' 105[ p 9 43 a.....**Beueview.....*.. 4 22 p 4 08 a 19. 21. IDa 22. South Bound NorthlBound.
't 1013 P 918a.Oxford*......... 445 P 4 51 a -- Read'Dowd. ,ReadpUp. '
I.. Special, .attention paid to.the sale of oranges. 9 50 p 9 08 a ....*..Wlldwood*...... 5 00 p 611 a 'P. A.M A.M P.M. i,
9x 855 p 840 a.._Leesburg........, 528 P 557 a o n.00 7.00 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar: 9.50 4.50 57 m Pas. Por IIP.t(I)
Quick sales and prompt returns. 8 35 p 8 30 a.....*.,Eldorado......... 5 41 p 615 a 1 5.04 7.05 .....-..Fltz C7 erald. .. 9.45 4.4556 :-' I.&Ft STATIONS. I&Ftt, :
.,+ '! 8 00 p 815 a...........Tavares,.*...... 6 00 p 6 40 a 3 5.10 .?_ .....-.... .e Oriole 9.40 ?._ &j tI:4!!: 25. ;_24\-; =
". 630p 6 55 a..Orlando......*.. 726 p 815 a 6 ..._ ..... .Bay City.. ..... -... 51 -
!. .Stencils, sent on,;application. Cedar Division. 10 5.25 7.35 ............ -Macon... 9.23 i.1547 ....... p.rn a.m J: ;.?
Key < .... 5.50 lv..banford..ar s.00 ;.:.._ 11{
12 5.35 7.43._. .Owensboro.... .. 9.15 4.0145(
Eeferences-Commercial National Bank,' o. 4. No. 6. No.5. No.,3. 16 5.50 8.08 ....._.?..Dade City ..._?.. 9.00 3.50 41 .... 603 ........ !ort Reed.?...? 7.42 ....?.15
Merchants and Farmers' National Bank, 10.15 a 4 05 p.._..Fernandlna-.1010 a 4.00 p' 23 6.10 8.45 ....._._RIchland.._ _. 8.42 3.18 3. 0........- 610 .?.... ... ut1edge ......... 7.32 ....... 13
Wm. Johnston, No. 231 East Trade st.;' Char- 247p....".*Callahan.........1127 a 6.30 9.15 ._.._*Teddervl11e..?. 8.221 2.40'25 ..._.. 6.20 ...-.._..._ Clydes .. 7.20 :?....11
lotte, N. O.PABLO. 6 30 a 230p......Jacksonville*....!!30 a 8&lp :321 6.45 ..._ Kathleen.. 8.10 2"ID'm I 12 ..._.. .. ....._.Clifton ....-?.- 7.03 __ 6
530 a 145 p.........Kaldwln.12 30 p 10 00 p. 6.50 9.40..........Grlffin's MUL...... 8.03 2.0817 13\....... 6g.,35 ... .*Tuskawllla.. 6.55 .....- 5
4 25 a 12 51 p.....* .Highland_...... 132p 1050 P '.20 ......_...Lakeland......_.. 7.55 1.5514 17._._.\ 7.(17( \ ..-...... Oviedo-...?..? 6.40?._ 1
BEACH. 4 08 a 1235p..Lawtey_....... 14-1 p 1110 p 43r ....... 7.30 1.00 6 19 ....... 7.15 ar..Lake ChI1rm..lv 6.20 ...._ 0
8 43 a 1212 p..Starke... .?.... 216 p 1140 p 8.00111.20IArriveBartowL. ve 7.151240 0
305a 1125 a.....Lv Waldo Ar ...., 250p 1215a
'Jacksonville( and Atlantic Co. 815 p 1125 a..... Ar Waldo Lv**.. 2 5i tJ> p, 7 30 a liartow JSrancn.-Daily. I No.8-At Lakeland with train for Bartow,
R'y at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow.No. .
7 40 p 1100 a.Falrbanks.*.... 310 p 8 05 a South Bound. North Bound. ,
INtEFFECT TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, 18S7. 700 P 10 30 a*...._Gainesville*.**. 3 35 p 10 30 a I 11-At Bartow Junction with train from
WESTWARD. 5 35 p 9 55 a*..**Arredondo.*.*. 8 54 p 1110 a Pas. Pas. PM. pas'l Tam Ferry Bartow with train from 'Pemberton -
4 30 p 915 a....**.*Archer*......*. 4 30 p 12 25 p 'No. &Ft : E'1'ATIONSa :" &Ft No and Florida Southern Railway for
No.1 No.3 No.5 No.7 8 39 a....*... Bronson ......... 5 08 p 11. 13. a 12. 14. Punta Gorda.
-A.X P.M P.1f! P.X ... - N o.12-At Bartow Junction with train for
Ar Jack80nvUle......._._ 8:20 3:50 1:50 6:20 616a..CedarKey w. 720p -
A X P. M Lv Ar A M. P... Sanford.No. ,_.
Lv'Pablo........... ...._... 7:85 3:00: 1:00 5:30 Tampa Dlv1 Ion. 11.45 7.40 -0 Bartow J'nc 17 10.40 7.10 13-At Bartow Junction with train from .
.. EASTWARD. .N o. 4. No.8. No.7. No.3. 12.00 7.65 5 Winter Hvn 12 10.25 6.55 Tampa.No. .
No.2 t 10.15 a 405 p..Fernandina..1010. a 4.00 p 12.20 8.12 .Eagle Lake 810.05 6.35 .14-At Bartow with Florida Southern
No.4 No.6 No.8A.M 247p,........Callahan?.......1127 a J.2.35 8.2512 .G'rdonyille train from Punta Gorda; at Bartow. Junction
Ar Pablo..._... ........._\10:50 5:00 P.M 2:30 P.X 6:00 P.X 6.30 a 230 p*..*Jacksonville .. 1130 a 830 P 12.55 8.40 17 I aT Bartow Iv 5\\ 9.50/6.201/ with train for Tampa.
Lv..Jacksonv1l1e........._.. 10:00 5:50 5.30 a 143 p.Baldwin.25 p 10 8:20 7:20
3.05 a 12 05 p............Waldo......** 155 p,1215 a CONNECTIONS I from Tampa and Sanford at Bartow with
Trains No..l and 2 run o uly.fTrains3\ [ and I1.57p 1010 a. ......Ocala.........* 3 52 p 3 20 a TRAIN No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda.
run dally except Sunday.. Trains 5, 6,7 and 8 9 ro p 908 a..Lv Wildwood Ar. 500 P 5 11 a DeBary-Baya Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains for
run Sunday only. 435p 905a* /AT Wildwood Lv... 503 P 930 a and J. 7. & K. W. train from Titusvllle; Tampa and Kissimmee.No. .
I JULIUS HAYDEN, 4 00 p 8 40 a_.?.Panasof kee...... 5 24 p 10 05 a at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow; 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida
Superintendent.WE 230 P .......sumterville ...... -- 10 30a at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry.No. I Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at
810 a*... St.Catherine...... 5 52 p --> -- 2-At Lakeland with train for Bartow ;' Lakeland with train for Kissimmee.No. .
MANUFACTURE; / -- 800 a.*Wlthlacoochee*.... 603 P at Bartow Junction with trains to and from .20-At Bartow with Florida Southern
-- 7 37 a......_Owensboro.*.*. 624 P Bartow; at Sanford with People's and 'De Railway train from Punta Gorda at Lake-
k WELL DRILLS 7 20-DadeCity_...... 640 p -- Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville, land with train for Tampa; at Pemberton
600 a..Lv Plant City Ar. 800 p and J., T. & K.W. trains for Jacksonville and Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for
FOB Jacksonville ISrancb. Titusville.No. Gainesville and Palatka.
lit Water Coal and Gas .3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through :No. 21-At Bartow with Florida .Southern,
1015 5 50 p.?....Fernandina.._:. 710 a 4 00 p Coaches without change between Jackson- Railway for Punta Gorda. -J
HdmlleoriWnr. 94.5'80 5 25 p......Hart's Road...:.. 7 32 a 4 29 p ville and Tampa. Connects at Sanford withJ No.22-At Jrtartow with Florida Southern
Largest Farmers! Stock with in small America.out 914 a 5 03 p..... ......Duval............ 7 56 a 500 P ,. T. &K. W. train from Titusville; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Gorda; at Lakeland 4
lay (experience vnncretsary) Can $' 30 a 4 30)p......Jacksonville...... 8 30 a 5 45 p tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tampa with train for Tampa. ,> A
make large profits. No risks. Can '8t. Marks rancb. t on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Connections are made at Tampa by"the
direct buyers to paying territory. with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Limited West India Fast Mall, both north

'flbA_ Prospecting;for Water,Coal 1215 p m ...._**...*..:.TallaljaEsee**..* 8 30 a m and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and south bound with the elegant and com-
or Gas done on application. 1157 a m .......?...........Bellalr.....:..:......:.. 8 43 a m with Plant Steamship Company's ships tor modious Fast Mall Steamships Mascotte and
\ Also Mrs or WIND MILLS, 10 58 a m *.****.**.Wakulla.*...*..,...... 9 40'a m Key West and Havana. Whitney of the Plant Bteamshi"' Co.,to and
MOiSt POmS. FEED MILLS 1030 a m ........ _at. Marks ...'"...._.**1005 a m :No. 6-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana and with steamer
FODDER AND ENSILACE Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack- Margaret for all points on Hlllsborougb
CUTTERS PUMPS AMD WILL SOP.Uts. ("a". means a.m. time "p"means p.m.time.]) sonville. Connects at Tampa. on Tuesdays, and Tampa Bays and Manatee River.
Mention this Paper. Send st.,, Marks' Branch trains run Tuesday Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Passports can be applied for through any
. I4c to cover coat mailing Thursday and Saturday only. Margaret from Manatee River,and on Sun- Notary Public, and Notary's certificate that
Catalogue.CHICAGO Leaving time Is given in every case except days, Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant s uch application has been made, when vised
1! where arriving time'Is named. Steamship;Company's ships for Havana and by the Spanish Consul at Key West,will an-
TUBULAR WELL WORKS. Trains 1 and 2,5 and 6 7 and 8,9 and 10, and Key West, swer the purpose of a Passport. .
-' '- 88 N. La.It.. CJale&p w., trains on Jacksonville Branch: run dally. No. At Lakelano with train for Pember- w. MCCOY,
Trains 3 and daily except Sunday ton Ferry. Gen. Freight &Ticket Agent.

Tsnn1lIani&8 A2rtC\1Uval r \ Wc1 r York. rL- ing Trains Cars 1 between and 2 have River Pullman Junction Palace and Sleep.New I

\ uqriari Stukri lapel&Saw Ifflt Orleans. I
f .-T It\." Bead fbr XQottrttolorlt. Trains 3 and 4 have through Pullman Re. PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS
___ =i a. dining Chair and Sleeping Cars to and from ,
For maps, rates, etc., apply to Company's FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS!1.

Agents, or write to "
Gen. Pass.&Ticket gent.D. Inaugurators of the Ventilated system of shipping; Strawberries from Florida (without, Ice).

,dd.roas 1$ Pa E. MAXWELL. ', Gen.-: Supt.Jacksonvllle,: Reference Our Acc't,;: ,.Sales' and, check' Saturday, for every.. shipment closed. 'rl'l'.i.out.. f.that.,., ,',week.,


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Bftrannah, New York BOSTON All Trains on this Road are run by Central Direct all-rail route between Jacksonville,
and Philadelphia, (standard Time.- Green Cove Spring Palatka, GaInesville
F aDd between Boston Passenger Trains will leave and arrive dally Ocala, Leesburg, DeLand, Enterprise.Titus-
wad Savannah. as follows ville, ,Sanford, Mt. Dora, Tavares, Winter
r Park, Orlando,Tampa and Southern Florida.
WEST INDIA FAST 1U.IL. Time table in effect June 27, I8S7. (Central
65 to 70 HOURS. .
Arrive Jacksonville....._..._.............J2:00 n'n standard time. A means a. m.: P means p.m.)

Leave Jackson ville_................._......._7.00 a m
Arrive Waycross...._............_....... 9:18 a m GOING SOUTH.Lv .
Ocean Arrive Jesup..._.....:._....._......__..10:32 a m Jacksonville from 8., F.&\V. Hy Station.
Steamship Company. Arrive i Savannah.................................1206 p m Cuban
Arrive Charleston-*..._..................... 4:46 p m Pass. Man; Pass.
(Central or 90 Meridian Time Arrive Rlchmond......._..................... 6:54 a m Dally.
) Arrive Washington......_.._-..........ll:30 a m STATIONS. A. M. P. M. P.. M.
j Passage Rates : a Arrive Baltlmore..................?...........12:40 p m Lv 8:00 12:30 3:45
Between Jacksonville. and New York., 1st class S2L75; Intermediate $16.75; Excursion 513.50; Arrive Philadelphia..._............_... 3:10 p m Orange Park...__. 8:30 l:56 4:18
Steersee$11.75. Arrive New York_......_............... Green Cove Spring.? 9:05 1:2:1: 4M
Jacksonville and Boston,1st class$25.00; Excursion, 843.50:Steerage$12.50. Pullman Buftet Cars to and from Newyork Ar Palatka............_._ 100 2:11 5:53Lv
THE Ma&u111centSteam.shlpl of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: and Jacksonville and fr ullman Bleeping cars Palatka..._..._......_ 10:05 2:15 6:00
to and tram Jacksonville and Tain pa. Pomona...._......_.. 10:40 6:34
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. u l1unUngtonCres.C.( ) 10.1)1 6:45

CHATrAHOOCHEE, Capt. Daggett... .......:............ ..oUnday, September 18- 6,CO a. m NEW ORLEANS' EXPEKS II HevUle......__..........11 15 3:10 1:10

NACOOCHEE Capt.Kempton.......-...-._._.......... .....-.._ Tuesday, September fO- 7:30 a. m Arrive Jacksonville............................ 7:45 p m DeLand Junctlon.... 12rsp 3:52 86
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Ca tCalharite.N..N.N.; ..........;.....Friday.. Septembrr23-10:30 a. m Leave Jacksonville.-.......................... <;W.. m Ar DeLand (DeL Ry.N J2:25p 4:1U 8:20Lv
TALLAHASSEE. Capt. Fisher-. .... ... ..j.................. Sunray September 20- 12 m Arrive Waycross.-........-.._.......-.- .. 9:18 a m DeLand (DeL. RyN) 11:50a 1:55 7:40
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Daggett! .._..... .................Tuesday September 2-fOp.m Arrive Thomas ville._.._..........._...... 1:22: p m
Lv ....
Orange City Junc 12ro 4:01 8:18
NAOOO1 REE,Captr Kempton. ....... ...:.,..... ........,..".Friday, September 30- 5:0pa.m: Arrive Bainbridge...... ........ ... .. &35 p m :
f CITY OF AUGUSTA Catharine ............................, October 2- 6KX a, m Enterprise Junction. 12:32 4:12 8:31
: Sunday
Arrive Chattahoochee......................... 4:04 p m "
Monroe....;_...__... 12:39 48 8:38
, TALLAHASSEE Capt.Fisher................... ....:.........Tuesday, October 47:00 a. vCHATPA Arrive Pensacola Via L. A N.R.R....-.lu:10 p m .
, Ar ...._ ... .._
.. ....... ...............' .. ? 9OOa. Sanford ?? 12:52p 4:3OR 8:48
HOOCH EE, Capt. Daggett 0. :. _. Friday,October : m Arrive Mobile via L.&N.R.R............ 2:15 am
NACOOCHEE.. Capt.IKempton....__....._...._............. .........Sunday Octobtr9-10:30a. m Arrive New Orleans viaL.&N.R.R-. 7:10 a m A. AI. P M.
CITY 0... AUGU8TA.Cap Cathar1De..o.. ..Tuesday,. 11-.1:00p.m Pu Iman Buffet Cars to and from Waycrossand Lv Santord..._.?_..... 9:00 5:00Ar
h TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .............,.f.....,.,.........:....Friday. October 14- 8:30: p. m New Orleans via PensacoU and Mobile. SOrrento.........._....... 10:12 5:57
FROM SAVANNAH TO 1tlt Dom...._..........._ 10:32 6:13
I BOSTON. U Tavarps..........._.._ 10:48 6:21
GATE CITY Capt E. R.Taylor................................... .-.Thursday, Septen ber 22- 9:30 a.m A.. C. LINE EXPRESS.
CITY OF MACON, H. C. Lewis.....N..........................Thursday, September 29- 4:00: p. m Leave Jacksonville.........?...........-.......'2:05 p m Ar Enterprise_...._ 4'2'.
' \ MATE CITY.'Capt Cat.Taylor- ... ... ...*.... .. .... ... Thursday 8:00 a. m Leave Callahan........__.............._ 2:47 p m Lv" Enterprise ...........,.. o4ro
CITY OF MACON, H. C.Lewle.....-......-...................: ,October 13--.2:30 Arrive Waycross.................................. 4:40 p m Osteen....................._ 4:55
GATE CITY Ca Taylor 0 ................... .......... ....Thursday, October 208:1.0: )a.m Arrive Bavannah.........__....._......... 7:58 p m Ar TItusv1lle...._............ 6:32 -
CITY OF ,MACON Capt Lewis,: ................. ...............Thursday, October 27- 2:30 p.m Arrive Charleston..NNNNN.NN..NN..N.N. 1:25 a m Lv Santord ((80 FlaRy). 4:10
FOB PHILADELPHIA. Arrive Wilmington............................. 8:25 a m Ar Orlando.................._ .6:32 .
Arrive Weldon..._............_.......... 2:40 p m KIssimmee ?..?...?._. .6:15II
(These Steamers do not carry Passengers.] Arrive Richmond.??....................._. 6:00 p m Lakeland _.........._. 8:00'U
DUG Capt. N. F. Howes. .............._........................Tb ursday,September -.9:30a.m Arrive Washington_.....................?....11:00 p m Bartow.._N.........._. 8-jO
JUNIATA, Capt Aikins...._..................................-...........Tuesday, September 27- 2:30 p. m Arrive New York ................._......-.. 6:50 am Tampa ((80 FJa Ry.... 9110
DESSOUG. Capt. N. F. Howes.-...........-.._..............._.......-Sunday, October 2- 6:00 p. m Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jack- Lv .
TT i iATA,Capt. Asking.__...........- .........................._..._.Friday.October 7- 9:00 a. m sonville to New York. Palatka (Fla So Ry) 10:05a
Ar .
DH8SOUG+i Capt..owes ...... .......... ......... ....."\....WednesdayOctober 12- 1:30p. m Gainesville... .....-..._ 12JOp
Ocala........._..-..-.... 1:18
? with the Savannah Florida and Western Waycross Short Line Arrive Jacksonville ....................-.... 9:45 a m 44 BrooksVille_.?......... I 6:40)
Offer the Traveling Public, and Railway equalled( other line. ) Jacksonville............................ 4:15 p m
Through Tickets and Bins of Lading issued Shippers to principal North by East no and Northwest Leave,Waycross.-..............-.-.-....- 7:20 p m GOING NORTH.
Via Savannah. For information and to points Leave Gainesville._..................-.-...- 3:45: p m Cuban 1.lal1. Pass Pass.Daily. .
HENRY YONGE Agent < rooms apply O. G. ANDERSON Leave Lake City....-................ .........- 335 p m .
Pier No.85 North, River New York. City Savannah Agent,Ga.IItICHARDSON Leave Live Oak-.................................. 6:55: p m STATIONS P..a. A.M. A.M.
& BARNARD. Savannah Exchange Pier Building Boston., Leave Thomasvllle..-..._.....- ._...10:55 p m Lv Tampa ((80 FJa RR). 8:10
W. L.JAMES Agent IS 8.Third Street 13hiladel Agents,hia. Arrive Albany.................................._ 1:22 am U Lakeland ..._............ 9:30:
J. D.. HASHAbEN Eastern Agent Sav. Florida & Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway Y. Arrive Montgomery via. Cen. R.R..- 7:28 a m Ban ow.NNN.._.......r 6:00
; G. M.SORREL. Gen. Manager. H. R. CHRISTIAN. Soliciting Agent Arrive Mobile via L.&N.R.R*......... 1:50 p m. 4' Kisslmmee..?..?._ 11:1) 6:25 IhW
For Tickets apply to_8.,.F. : '" . Arrive Nashville via L. &N.'R. H.... 7u5) p m Ar wrnf"rt fRo FJR n. R 1:00 8DD 1:15
Arrive Louisville via L. &N.R.R.... 2:12 a m Lv .
i X. X. L'KNQLE. W.A. DxLL. Arrive Cincinnati via L. A N. R. R... 6:30: a JD 11:28&
Osten ............____ 1l2p
Arrive St. Louis via L.&N. tLR..N.. 7:35 a m Ar Enterprlse._.___..
STATE BANK OF FLORIDA. Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville Lv 1138p
Enterprise...... ...... JS7p
and St. Louis via Thomasville, Mont-
gomery and NashvilleEAST Lv Tavares_........._..._ 7:00 U:40a
Deposit SaCe. AIt Dom..._......?.... 7:13 l1:57a
.Open Daily (Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m TENNESSEE EXPRESS. 80rrento..._.....__ 7:88 12:17p
Arrive Jacksonville.---....._ 7:25
am.Ar Sanford _..........__
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. A.M 8:25 1:30p
Leave Jacksonville_.............._-.. 7:00 p
Fire and Leave Callahan _........._......_........ 7:40p m Lv Sanford__..........._. 1:15 8:20 l:35p
Proof Boxes for Rent
,Burglar $10, $15 and $20 per Year. Arrive Waycross........_......__...... 9:30 p m 1tlonroe....._....__ .N 8:40 1:'"

DOUBLE COMBINATION AND TIME LOCKS. Arrive Jesup...._....................._........10&7 p m Orange City Juno... 1:48 8:59 2:02
W. Arrive Macon via E.T.V. A G. R. R. 3:50 a m DeLand Junctlon_. 2:00 9:12 2:13
Manager. Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V.&G.R.R. 7:20 a m Ar De Land(DeLand Ry) 9ro 2:27
Arrive Chattanooga E.T.V.&0.1:35p m Lv DeLand fa" 8:55 1:65

: 2,500,000 ACRES OF LAND Pullman Buffet Cars and passenger coachesto Lv Spring Garden__.? 2:19 9:31 2:80

and from Jacksonville and Chattanooga. ftevUle._......... ?. 3:02 10:09 3:10
1 <.< SAVANNAH' BXPB 8. Huntington (Cres C) 3:26 )(}:29 3:31

FOB SALE BY Arrive Jacksonville....?*.. ..._._ 5:30 a m Pomona_.................. 8:38 10:40 8:41
.' Arrive Gainesville. ..............__...10:30 a m Ar Palatka..._......... 4:15 11:12 4:14
Leave Jacksonville....................... 9:00 p m
1 \\"THH FLORIn SOUTHBRH RAILWAY OKPffl Leave Gainesville--.................__.... 3:45 p m AM AM
: Leave Lake City.............................-.-. 3:25 p m Lv LeesburgFla( So By) lO:5
,. Leave Live Oak_...._-.-....... .-....... 6:55 p m Ocala_..._......._..__. 12:48'
'II Arrive Waycross.--..... 11:45 p m Gainesville....._..._. 6:45 1:30
SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF Arrive Albany via B.&W. R.RR..NN. 5:00 a m Ar Palatka_..____.. 10:40 ::4:10

Arrive Macor via Central R. R...._.. 9:10 a m Lv Palatka_ .... ._ 4:17 11:17
g Bradford Putnam Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R.-.... 1:05 p m Green Cove ..
Columbia Clay Alachua Spring 5:21
Levy, Orange, 12:19p 5':16
: Arrive Chattanooga via W.&A.R.R. 7.-H5 p m Magnolia ._. 6:23
Hernando Baker Polk & Manatee Arrive Savannah..__-._?.-......N. 6:10 am Orange Park.- -.?_.._ 5:586:30a 12:22 518
Sumter Hillsborough, Brevard Arrive Charleston...._.......-..-.......-11:40 a m Ar Jacksonville..___. 12:56 1:28p 6'58
Pullman Buffet Cars Jacksonville to Cincinnati
Consisting of the finest Orange,FaiMing, Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the State of Flor and coaches Jacksonville to
ida. Price &25 per acre and upwards, according to location. through Three trains bet.weenJaek80nviUe and aa.n.-
Chattanooga. ford. No change of cars between Jackson &
For further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,Fala&a,Fla. Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from Jack- and Tampa.The .
sonville and Savannah. 12:30p.m. Cuban fast mall
_L. N. WDLKIB, W. P. COUPEK, Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail the arrival of the fast mail from the North awaits
and t-teanshlp connections, and baggage
and stops only at the principal stations andat
.Chief Clerk and Cashier,Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths Lemon street, Palatka,:making connection
and sections secured at the Company's Office
Tampa steamers for West
Key and
It '. .,. TWENTY YEARS ESTABLISHED. in Astor's building,82 Bay street and at Passenger Havana Monday:: and Thursday evenings.
Station and on board People's Line
Pullman Buffet
Sleeping! attached
f cars are to

"; F. .4... P :ErrT: 1\5.A.N': ", DeBary-Baya Steamers H.B.Line Plant Steamer and Chattahoochee City; of Jackson and and this to train 8:00 from p.m.New train York from through Tampa through to Tampa to,

Ville. WM. P. HARDEE, Washington.Direct .
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant, General Passenger Agent.
connection is made at Palatka with
r:J" '
R Rntv ntandent.
Florida Fruit and Vegetables a specialty. No. 234 North Delaware Avenue (below Vine the Florida Southern Railway to and from
Street). Philadelphia. Consignments of all kinds of Fruit and Produce solicited. Returns ) Gainesville, Ocala,Leesburg,and other points!
reached by road. Also with the St.Johns
promptly made as advIsed. Stencils and market reports furnished on application.
and Halifax for Ormond
'Reference H.8. Winter Park Fla. A. H. Orlando Fla. L.B. Lawrence Railway Daytona.
' ; Kedney. ; Carey ; At HuntIngton wttb stages for Crescent '
.: Winter Park, Fla. and the trade generally in Philadelphia and New York. City.
., At
Fancy !j Poultry. Orange City with B. 8., O. C. fc
.. A. Ry for Lake Helen and New Smyrna. At
Monroe with Orange Belt Railway Apopka
'PO / :mB..S d3 '00. and Oakland. At Sanford for all points
V *
MOWCKIEF'!- POULTRY YARDS, reached by South Florida RaIlroad. 0

: GENERAL, COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN P.. O. Box 381. Jacksonville, Fla Steamer leaves Titusville for Cocoa, Hock-

"'- W. W. FENI>BICH ledge, Melborne and all Intermediate If lings ."
on Indian River,at8 a.m.,Monday,Wednesday
FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.AU White and Brown Leghorns, Light Brab- and Friday. Returning, leaves Mel
mas Plymouth Rocks, Lan ticewil and 3 3Wyardottea bourne,at 5:30 a.m., fnesday Thursday and
Until further no- furnish Saturday.City .
.ment.*; good sold day of arrival, check and sales sent on*,that day. Give us a trial ship- Eggs from the above varieties at f 1 pre ticket office,northwest corner Bay and

thirteen, delivered at Ex J'e&I'o1lce.. Hogan sts. L.C. Deatiwo, G. T.A..
.1524..Mkla.. ... Street, Richmond .Va. Mention DISPATCH. M:R.MOEAH,Gen.SupU and.G.P. A.
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812 "b.,. .' ;. ----THE FLORIDA DISPATCH._-____. __ k ",,(SEPTEMBER 261887.
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:The Largest and Most Complete Establishment .

*.; ,. ': York, Charleston & Florida

HUNTING: DOGS, ,".'{ :,, ;', STEAMSHIP LINE.The :.

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elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sail .
From Jacksonville
'. Every Thursday, as follows' :

.. J. (AD AMS Steamer CHEROKEE.......................................Thursday,September 1st,3.00 p.m
MANATEE, FLA., t SEMINOLE .....,................:u...... ........Thursday Septet ber 8th,8:00 a. m
of the Peace. ", CHEROKEE .:........................,,............Thursday,September,2:00 p.m
Notary Public and Justice SEMINOLE...........;..........&0..................Thursday,Septembtr22d,8KX)a.m
CHEROKEE........_u.._......-..................Thursday September2Srtb,.00 p.m
Has for sale one thousand acres of choice Geo. S. Hacker & Son From Fernandina, Fla.,
lajdon :Manatee river,In sight of Manatee ,
and. after arrival of F. R. & N. Go's trains follows
Bralndeutown. Ellenton and Palmetto MANUFACTURER OF "Every Sunday evening as :

Is manufacturers' agent for Wire Fertilizers Fencing DOORS SASH BLINDS Steamer DELA.W ARE......04...........................:...............Sunday, September 4th
Poultry Netting Lime, Cement Cracked Corn and MOULDING YEMASSEE ...................................................Sunday, Septemberllth
and Plantation Supplies and Hheli. Cat DELAWARE........d.-.................................;....Sunday, September 18th
tie Rice and,Granulated Poultry Lime Feed Rock ground to order In And Building Material.Office l. YEMASSEE....."........... ............ ....................Sunday, September
steam mill on premises.Has and Warerooms King.op. Cannon St. -All Ships sail from Fernandina. after arrival of afternoon trains of Florida Rill way and
also breeding kennels of acclimated Charleston. S. c. Navigation company.
Laverack and Irish Setters- Irish Bull Ter- Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29 E.R.,New York, every TUESDAY and FBI.
riers. Blow-trail Bloodhounds and Colorado Farmers' Wagons and Carts. DAY at 3 p. m. Tuesdays'ships for Fernandina and Fridays' ships for Jacksonville.The .
Catch or Tiger Dogs (for wild Logs,bear and Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line ara unsurpassed. Every attention
tramps). ----- will be given business entrusted to this Line. Direct all shipments from New York via
If yon want a first-class Wagon or Can CLYDE'S FLORIDA LINE, Pier 29,East River.
OUR POULTRY YARDS Cheap for Cash,call'on' For further information apply to .
are welt- toQked with freshly Imported male K. D. ZAHM, J.,A. STEAD,Agent F.M.IRO>:MONGER JR.,G. F. P. A., J.A.LESLIE Agent, f
birds which are mated with careiully selected Fernandlna Fla. Jacksonville, *la. 88 W. Bay St. Jacksonville FlA. t
Jacksonville Fla. THEO. G. EOER,Traffic Manager. Will. P. CLYDE &: CU., Gen." i
hens of our own raising each variety being Agents3i
B.Berlack'B East Street.
Office Store Bay
allotted to separate enclosures in a lorty-acre Broadway,N, Y. 1 2 South Wharves Philadelphia,Pa.,35 Broadway N.Y. .
in baskets farm Wagons from.....:......$35.00 tomuuCarts .
orange grove. Fggs carefully packed and Drays from .. ....$25.00 to$28.t>I' ESTABLISH.ED 1M7 i. ..
at!olrO ing prices:
White Leghorns (Knaptfs) Pit Games MUH i J5 e i OLD.

Heathwoods Game Batams), (Plymouth Sbouldlngs)RocKS, Light(Hawkins Brahma), 1 lot in Keuka, near P. 0..... ........$ 25 GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS

(Williams), Rouen and Muscovy Ducks$1.00) 1 Jot in Kcuka, on Lake..............;:. 15 a

per Claiborne thirteen.and Cuban Games Silver Bearded 40 Acres near Bostwick................. 100() AND ,, .
and Crested Polish W.F'.lUaek liulTCochlnll 10 Acres fruit land at Keuka........... 100 "
Golden Laced,Seabrights and imperial 10 Acres in town of Keuka ............. 300 FERTILIZERS I I -,
White 1'ekln Ducks$1.50 per thirteen. 5 Acres Oranges, Peaches and Pears 600 a
White Crested Black Polands Houdans VVZJ.LI.A.1\lI: : : : .&. ElC>UR.S.
Small Grove and House
Wyandottel(Prestnnll), Lan gshans (Crouds), (nice.... 700
jBoneys Brown Leghorns$2.00 per thirteen. ED..BUM LEY, ,Fla. (Successor to J. E.. Hart,) .

Bronze and Seminole Turkeys, $3.00 per 20 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. r
nine. DEPARTMENT handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My
ENGINEERING new Catalogue will be sent free on
Booted Whi e Cuban Carrier Pigeons,Jl.50 / IJNIVERSITP.Distinct application. Also Wholesale Dealer in
per pair. courses of CU..M, tckanicat -
and Mining EnginttringlAnnual Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal l BranWheat
.(41. Technology tuition 96B[Freije]and Fall In Manual Faculty. , ,

CHILDREN'S DIADBM. facilities. Entenaheequipmentsand in dranghting-rooms.-. GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS, COTTON SEED MEAL, Etc.
boratorles,8hop8 and field practice.
For circular address .
By ABIIEY.&.MUNGEH. ,1. WILS WHJJAM8.!iulaTWe: Bansn, Teu.HIATT'S I I. E. Tygert & Co.'s Star Brand Fertilizers.Guaranteed .
the. above endearingname .
By a happy -- --
to book containing thus last
was given a
compositions of Mr. A.J. Abbey a good composer AUTOMATIC FRUIT SIZER I
of refined taste, a child lover and.successful Comprising'ORAN'GE TREE and VEGETABLE
te berwho has recently passed away.
This new collection of the sweetest of chil FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE
and Is likely to be received -- ...
dren's with great hymns favor. songs MURIATE OF POTASH, SULPHATE POTASH,

3 da., 83.00 Per Dozen.Jebovah' NITRATE SODA, KATNIT, ETC.
Praise. I O. EMERSON, Is an
entirely new and superior* book; for Choirs, Awarded the first,Premium at the South Florida Prices on application. _____ July Z1 U
Singing Classes and Conventions. A laNe Exposition. Send description and price to the
and attractive collection of Sacred and Sec- Patentee THOMAS HIATT,X.ee.bnrsr,Fla. R.e-v. J.yeD1an.: Phe1.ps ,
ular music for practice: and Church Service, SANFORD FLOnrDA.
Anthems and Hymn Tunes.


Voices of Pralxe, Rev.CHAS. L.HUTCH e
occupies a high placft.ln, the esteem of those PREPARED FOR
who need a collection'of music of convenient GRINDINGFOR Oranges Trees and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden Crops,
size not difficult and of moderate SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOR EACH CROP. .
price to use In religious meeting and in
unday-school 8erv1}e. Everything(: Is dig- &FEEDGRINDING No Vermin-Feeding ,Compounds used in the Manufacture of these. GoodsThe
limed and in good taste, yet th?re is" spirit
and brilliancy throughout. Please xam- highest grade goods are tne best and cheapest. ,and these goods meet the want. Many
ine. years' tests find them to be all that is claimed for them. References can. be given,but it is
Price'!,,40 cts., 84.20 Per Dozen. needless where goods am fu>well known. It can be truthfully said that these are the standard

DITSOft CO., Boston.C. BEST on R. T. Yom Justice of the Peace. F. M. .COOPER, Notary Public.

.H. DITSON & Co.,867 Broadway N. Y.
Mill OutfitsSend .A.cres
I; y Flooring 18,000 '

000 ACRES $13 GREENHOUSES.TREESMPLANT for Circulars. Address Of the best quality of heavy oak hickory and cabbage hammock having miles of river and t
bay fronts and best water protection in Florida. Especially ;
MUNSON BROS., adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables.
A O 4 **
Box 816. UTICA N.Y. =
We offer for the Fall trade a large and fine stockof .. ... : ba 25 _;:0 o .
eranr description FRUIT and Ornanieutit I ITi -- : 'tJ5SS= f c,m: =o .c"raa
:KI?--. !Slirnbs* n08e&t-Vln, SMA1.FRIJITs. .... Beautiful New Upright ll m : ...s YOUNG & COOPER, =
hedge PJant Fruit Tree ..ed. : .g ft5ffsgSj po
sandForretTreeheedfngs.-Priced Catnlegne Piano*, Rosewood 'tSi- .= '
Fall of 1887.:mailed free. Eltabliilt 1862. Case mOy 165. o U'tSU= a aSR a, b a m Real Estate Agents, $aec(lts ao a Q i Po'tSm a I3.! +
Organs o.
BLOOJUIiOTUJ.lLlrH. only as 0... 0 .. P'" '>> QJIQ-.
TITTLR A(Prttricten, $60.' Greatest Bargains tic dr Palmetto, manatee Co., :Fla. !:: <
/Ever Offered. SJi" ;. ts" .. ts e.c-
Established:28 years. ?0 -gS> Bifl op
For Catalogues,address '
Town property improved and unimprovedin
ME Gia IlriaaoaodUrICa all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and z
bay fronts Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites :., :
anva.s.CoversFOR Washington,,N.j.UV'.s.A. on mainland anrJ inlands.. Yachting unsurpassed. Correspondence solicited *'



Wagons, Stacks, Etc.
''i '. MILL In Car H.ots.
Supplied .
[CottonVDucks: AS.H ES ,M,

All Weights and .
TENTS ALL KI NOS.Vldths.. FOR THE MONEY.Write Cheapest IFertillzers in Us;

, BOOK Catalogue sent free. for XUoctratad Dawripttva JU Circular.mam Direct shipments. Guaranteed analysis. Price and Pamphlet free. Address '

22 to 26 MarKet street Chicago, Ill;- MACWNE wows. M. -r OHAS STEVENS, Box ,437, paneeOnt., Canada.,. : ?
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