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 Material Information
Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1887
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
lccn - sn 95026759
System ID: UF00055757:00093
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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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,OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FLORIDA FRUIT. GROWERS', ASSOCIATION AND THE FLORIDA; 'SNURSERYMENS' :! ASSOCIATION. '
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I ..U.1.CE8.rrHE LOWEST.: r R. N. ELLIS,(). E. A..E.MWL1IZ*."':;

r:: Im.AlffiY'SKIN ArcMul';
Stoves, .: Crockery,1China ; ,
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& SCALPs Tin-ware, ;. :* ,;::7{d '.o:I S' L'ENGLE' ; :y; .
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.' .. Chandeliers Architects and Civil Engineers; ,
CLEANSEDPURIFIED ; : .. I.
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Granite Iron-ware; 3'"- ::' : .Lamps I Plans,Specifications and tiina'tls'for imild
Oil Stoves ;., : .."e I ings of all kinds,Sanitary work,etc. -
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: .1 J--J. ... Burners, Chimneys, Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto Block; Bar 86
Silver-ware.: -: ..:. : 'I P.O..Box 785. Jacksonville, FU..
g. BEAUTIFIEDBY :1" Gas Fixtures
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," House Furnishings, .COMPANY: : HARD W'AIt'I. .
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CUTICURA.CLEANSING. I Table, Cutlery, .'-i-\i'" > .if ? Refrigerators, ". '- '

y ,. Gate City Filters, -

'DOB X beantilyi g the skin. PURIFYING of children and AND In. Fire', -,Dogs, : F LA... Dinner, Tea and v r, \ GEO. L MoCor'U.H';'
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kin and ,curing torturing 11 hairfirom Baskets-and Wooden-ware} {I. Toilet, Sets, .. . o,
e scalp and blood,:with loss of :. (New Building Old'Staftd.)) ./ofJ'2:'

: infancy to old age' ,the CUTJCUHA REMEDIESare !: Particular Attention. Paid. to Mall. Orders., ,', '
infallible.' 49,&'42 West Bay St., Jacksonville;:Fia.,
CUTICUBA,the great SKIN CUBE, and CUTI-' .
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CUBA HOAP,an exquisite skin$ Beautlfier,pre : :, .' ,
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pared from it, externally and CUTICURA!: -",'.- .-,!'I.r..f.; .., V'.ft".,,. I"' ,<;/-:1t: ;.... .<: .' :...,:
SOLVI NT,the new Blood Purifier, Internally, Successors to Nichols. Rockwell & Co., Wholesale and Retail, Hardware; ,.Cutlery, Stoves and'Tin warHousefnrnlshinjr */
invariably! succe d when nil otuer. remedies Goods Granite -and

and CUTICUBA the best physicians REMEDIES fall.are; absolutely pure- Hardware,.Stoves, House Furnishing, Goods, Grates, Mantels, Paints. Agate. -
and the only infallible skin beautifiers and Oils, Saddlery. Guns, Ammunition, Etc. Oils, Agricultural Implements,
blood purifiers free from poisonous ingredi Parties town or out'will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any Iron and tee ,Rope.Belting, v.
Sold .. goods. they. may need in our.line. Prices lower than ever.: ; ; ; ; Hose and Packing,Pumps f ..
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SOAP,25c.;RESOLVENT: ,$1. Prepared i by the ). T *- 38 West;Bap,Street.-*Laeksonville,*F1a'. "' .' -f 8te m and'Water Pipe' ".l

POTTER DBU& AND CHEMICAL Co., Boston. .., ., '. T and Fittings, Four
Mass. 1 1 f ., Steel Galranlzed,. *.
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.. KissiMMEEj-LAND' 'AGENCY r. .1 r. i t -Y.'. ,, -.ygace. ', ., --ivire. ; ;. -
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DHD1 u titled bjr,CUTICUBA MEDICATED .. .,,-. .. 't.y.Mantels' v ,. ,
SoAP. ,__'__ -< .- ". ..,..... :: ': .. <., Grates.,' .- ,i* '*-.. .
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N. riOBBJNfiiJ+ & B'RO'' .. CONTROLLING < -_ _,.. :...,

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3,000,000 A& 'st" anje Lightning Powder.Farmers'Frien!

; ', and Boss Plows, Dangler Oil Stoves,

.1 a of the. Richest. nds. In the.. State.; .;:. :. Perr1A' Co's.. Celebrated Stoves and
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'. Lead, Haeul'7'.Pure Colors In Oil,

Masury's Railroad &..Liquid
Representing all the
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Kissimmee Land-Company, ny y,.' >0". :;::, Chattanooga Stove CO's .

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( :Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters, _
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: LOOKOUT STOVES.PRICES .

44 W. Forsyth St., Op.St.Johns Hotel. South.Florida R..R. Wilands.: SAME AS IN CHATTANOOGA.'

JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA Roofing Sheet Iron,.Copper and Tin
.j Work to order.HUGHES'. "
Gnnsmlthing done in all Its branches. Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts High and Low Hammocksflr8trcla8s. Pine Land for.
IRON SAFE WORK range,Groves, and rich reclaimed lands.for garden purposes. p' ",; \ TONIC ; '

.t Special rat** Rt/mcil Outline by mail., rj. ., .' _" ,' ,. ,
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Good work at law 4arices.T Bend fot.clrcular.l 'Re*.ic to this paper. ; ...>'Kisalmmee_. Orange:Countyy:Fla. "M'LOUISVILLE, KY. ,.f''ku ,
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.F RATES OF PASSAGE, Order all your freight from New York,Philadelphia and Bos*,
ton via Mallpry tit Line from PierN,: o.21 East River,New York. '

', s ALWAYS THE LOWEST. Direct connection at Fernandina with F.,R.ft N.By.,
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W' For Jacksonville,and interior points in the State.
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The magnificent Tron Steamships of thin Line will sail from s ,f'
FKRNAN DING FLA.,for K EW YORK,every ThBW lay even- This Pioneer Line offers' to Traveling Public-
In*alter arrival of 4:80 train .from Jj ksonville, aad evening and Shippers cf Ve tables Flndidiann the Quickest and
trains from Cedar Key Ocalo,Leesbarg,Tavares, Orlando and Only Direct.iine to New York.
South Florida points. .. .. -Through Tickets and information secured in advance at
RIO GRANDE.___...._...............ThursdaySeptember.; 8 principal points in Florida. State-rooms reserved from Jacksonville
"ATE OF TEXAS. ,:..N.,... N :--'r b.lr daT,September 15 r or Fernandina of Ice.
RIO GRAND ....-. ____...__.._TLMrsdaySeptennbet22 49-Tralns leave F. R. &N. Co'8 Main Depot foot of Hogan
BTATB:'OF TE 8..N..... .N.N-z Ur 4ay,8eptember29 street Jacksonville,at 8.SO a m and 4.30p m,on sailing days,
RIO GRANDE_.._................... .-___.Thursday, October 6 landing passengers on Steamship's whaif, foot of Centre B t.*.
STATE'OF'TEX..Aa.Thursda7,October 13 Every mention possible! is extended passengers going Fernandina. \ E.
RIO GRANDE..NNW.N.N..Thursday,October 20 by this line. The table'Is supplied Witb.tbe best the 4For Tickets and Staterooms and further l informaUonr..
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BTATE OF TEX4B.N..N.N..............--.. .Thursday;October;27 : New York ar41'loridamarkets afford apply to -* -

R. W. BOUTHWICK: Agent,'Fernandina,Fla. A. H CRTPPEN, Gn'l Travllng Agent. J. M. CUTLER Pass.Agent,75 West Bay 8L,Jacksonville,Fla.

a H.MALLORY A wO..General Agents,Pier! 20 East:River,foot Fulton street New York City. .'

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With the Magn ficent Connections.


The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South?


V 'The attention shippers is directed to the Plant &:8. Line between Havana,Key West and Tampa,and People's Line of Steamers between Sanford. Pa-.
V latka and Jacksonville South Florida Railway; :between Tampa and Sanford, S., F.A W. Ry between 'Jacksonville., Gainesville. River Junction and B van-
nab, Savannah and Charleston;'and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah!, Philadelphia\ Boston and New York., The best equipped, fastest and moss
prompt lines.between all points in ,Florida and all points North and Northwest, 'Receivers and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection' t

NORTH BOtrm: ). BOUTH BOXJWD.
Double dally Jut freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah. Double,dallv fast freight service from all points North and West via A1ban .Jesup and Savannah
to allporots in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Calla-
Daily fast freight;.all rail connection via the I i Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior nan and Live Oak. -
and Coast point,including,New York, Boston, Philadelphia, 'Baltimore. Washington: and Trt-weekly8t\rv1ce by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,Bailin
Providence. New York(New Pier 35, North River,) direct for Savannah Tuesdays,Thursdays' and.Satur.
Tri-weekly connection tor New York via the Ocean Steamship: : Company,leaving Savan- days. .
Bah Mondays,Wednesdays and Frida ys.. . '. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursday c
Twice ft week for Baltimore vi*the,Merchant and Miners, Transportation Company,leavIttjrSavannalrTuesd&ys for Savannah direct making! connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains'. r
and Fridays. ,- ; for all points Florida. Only direct line from New England to the South.
weekly connection for Boston yta tbe. Boston'and. Savannah: Steamship.. ..,- Company. ., leaving From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., 'g from Philadelphia every Saturday for
; ;? Savannah direct. .
WeekklalroonreocZion tor,:Philadelphia' via the Ocean.. .Steamship- .Comany,leaving Savannah, From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation; Covtwo. steamers per week
every Saturday. from Baltimore for Savannah direct making{close connection, with B., F.A c W.By for alA
Salimg days for Bte&mships are subJect to change without notice. points South. -
The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest. .and best fast freight., route. from all points North,East and West to Florida. For full particulars,rates stencils'and shipping receipts apply
'is Ben.1'' to of the above lines,or$O- : WM. P. HARDEE;den'1 Freight Agent,Savannah, Gi.Q..D. .
WENS: MH't8av--.J..Ga., .. ,' : ... W. M. DAVIDSON. Gen'i Traffic \ '@. oJ1T1ll ;Jr1.
.8.M.f5CHJ.BT,T v Agent,Gainesville' '; i.* J. E. J>BK.TraT.Acent, Live Oak. ,Ji -: STXPBXKB, ,Jacksonville.' ; .
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SETTLERS AND, INVESTORS.

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SAN PALO,, AND DIEGO BEACH COMPANY ,

Otters Choice Fruit.Vegetable, Lauds near trausportailoa for iuveetment% br Cultivation. SPECIALLY' ADAPTED'SANDY SOILS !
Certain Market for Farm'Produce: Attractive Sites for' Homes; Railroad. and Daily Malls.
Also Town Lots at Baa Pablo and Atlantic City'on' the ustallment Plan if desired. Address Not.Only Plant :Food but OrganicIatter..
JAB. KKKAMICU: ,PresHeut,over Bank Jacksonville,or W.. B.. GKANp.t'r }8Hpt., I Supplying. -* --* -7 ,
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4mmo ;J :: ..........ub7!.Al.X 4 percent '| Phosphoric Add..JI.... 2 per erns
.. .. -* Pol.aah..h. .. 6 cent '
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REAL "ESTATE EXCHANGE,- !r.*.. .,ORANGE TREE MANURES: .. :.

JACKSONVILLE..FLA, Ammonia.Phpjspboric...............r.H.:4: 8X per cent- ( Sulphate Potash..............percent
'Acid. ............... &g>0 per cent I] Potash, actual...... 6K per cents
Has for sale choice sots,Orange <"droves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on deposits,Col-. : -" '
... s ',' "'lect Rents.and Interest,Negotiates Loans,etc.: i ,' ,:. ... .. The remainder,consts J. of thoroughly pulverized, humus.-.g
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J. C. GREELiET.. E<. B. HeSMER. Treasurer.. : : ":.r' ; 'f "
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16 Tear: Established. .NOMUCK. NEED. BE' USED.. WITH' THESE FERTILIZERS.' .. -

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WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT I have used M Our Favorite': Fertilzers upon Orange Trees,Roses and Garden Plants. '
and I do not want anything better. -<
SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY, '\ HENRY G. HUBBARD Crescent City,Fla. '
Reaae 'I tried your Fertiliiee-oa Onions;Cauliflowers and other Vegetables. I consider it ar*
166 Street, New ork. excellent and cheap.Fertilizer,which will greatly improve the land, and is not simply,
and' Market for-
Consignments solicited and Returns made promptly. Stencils Reports stimulant. '
noshed on application. H. LEGLER,Haskell,Fla.
'REFERENCES-Chatham National Bank,Thurber,Wh New York C ity: als
Banks and established_... Produce Merchants of New York,Philadelphia,Baltimore and Bosto
L ...--- PRICES. PER TON '
i Orange Tree Manure..*..in sacks f 24,00 1 Vegetable Manure in sacks $17 OOM
Braidentown 'Real Estate Agency.EDGAR ..or. -._ ", ........m bbls. 25 U1 I| .:. bbls .18- (00)()

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Attorney at Law, Real Elt Agent and'Justice of the Peace,

.r eiderttes: Manatee Co., Fla. HUTCHINSON
Will buy and sell all kinds of 'Real Estate on commission. Eighteen years'residence in *- ***'**, .
Manatee County Personal knowledge of moat of the lands throughout' the county. AD a Crescent City Florida.
,practicing Attorney and as County Judge for number of. had occasion to ,
become'''familiar with many titles and the County Records., Having been continuously: en'' P -
'gaged all these years-in-the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable products"oXlhis BUILDING I MAT E. R I A L ;;
semt-tropical section gives me advantages, in the selection of the various qualities of .
lands suitable. Maps and Abstracts lurnishedi:Titles examined and Deeds executed. Infoi-- "
oration furnished: Correspondence solicited. THE LARGEST STOCK,IS FLOBIDA.V V V ,
NOTE.' -Braidentown is sitpated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,about !. -. .. V.: -#>J
thirty-five miles south of Tampa. Has daily emce-bv; the elegant steamer Margaret. Ad FRONT PRESSED BRICK......................."...........................810.00 per!10*$
latent are the lovely Terra"Cela, Sarasota and Palma Sola Bays,teeming with all kinds 01.cl&ml GOOD FLORIDA ff ................................ ...T.1/i.! ....... 9,00E; ,1 M*>,*, -
ash,. and oysters; and here on the Gulticoast; are tile most beautiful building sites in Lime Piaster Lath Cement Hair Fire Fire Brick Fire Slabs,Fire r"rrt" >
ttia world.with thousands of-acre of hammock and pine lands where tropical fruit and ., !t ;,i,.
choice vegetables may be grown. to, perfection. .. .it. .. -. >..-t.-c cd -' _. ', ,- V TEN". SMITHS' CO.., 12 Waft, ?-, ':'' St.
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.. I lof the institutions of that I I r about six'inches in t tI .
Japanese ting apart rows, are May young orange trees are peddled
The ll lle. sort is extremely, disappointing. Instead 1 I covered lightly with brushwood to around the country and bought up
j ,t of the standard trees trimmed j protect them from the too fierce heat by the peasant farmers, almost every
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'JAPANESE ORANGES. into leafy crowns, extending for the I of the sun.' These young trees make patch of ground in the southern
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t f most part in symmetrical 1 rows, we sawa 1 I I a good growth the first season-and I II provinces boasting of a few orange
Description of Japan Orange quantity of trees resembling\ more I I as a rule bloom the second year from trees. Besides; the different flat or
I Gardens and Varieties by a our native scrub oaks than anythingelse. I i the bud-matut"ing fruit in some cases., Mandarin sorts a few others merit. ,at
California Nurseryman.Our They were of low stubby appearance I The insect which I found most infect tention.
correspondent H. H. Berger with wide-spreading branches. ., ing the' different varieties of oranges, I THE YTJD-ZU. .
k of San Francisco the well known importer .. The foliage, which in he yo ng r I I but\e\ p <;i J.1Y."the.flattened sorts. is a I II This orange is one of the hardiest
trees a bright'gre ; in4hese smairp 'which nests in the leaf
appears n; in I t ; Grange known; grows in some ,of the
of Japanese trees and plants, elder gnarled trees was of a deep hue. II which he causes to curl up, and:*draw northern provinces.' As a. table'fruit-
sends us the following concerning the But for the blossoms, which were un- I itself up in all ,sorts of shapes. I it is not to be recommended but,' .
Japanese orange from his pen, taken mistakably "orange flowers," and just I Another peculiarity in these leavesis using..the rind and pulp for marma- ... f
from a recent issue of the Pacific then appeared along the branches, we that some of them are punctuated lade, it is delicious, and by actual '
should not have recognized the trees, as with the sharp sting of an insect, trial l I know it to be superior to the
Rural Press. It will be read with in-
idea of differ- nointed elevations the
trees making
our orange was so on sur- celebrated Dundee marmalade. Thisis
terest by the orange. growers of this ent. We could hardly credit our face of the Jeaf I could not ascertain owing to the fragrance of the rind; ,,

State, many of whom are now tbf fruit grows to be large. il
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introducing varieties from This variety far' its hardiness
.-. Japan, and will welcome hit and superior flavor for the
formation on this subjec- manufacture of jellies shouldbe
from such an authoriativesource. ]largely planted, and'prove
valuable. Another fine variety -
Passing through the streetsof is
any Japanese village, or THE KUNEMBO, .
through the Japanese portionof An orange which attains a
the large cities open to Eu- fair size,but whose looks.are
ropeans, the quantity of oranges / a I not very attractive, the rind
heaped in pyramids or being covered with excrescences -
filling large baskets at differ- / like warts. The fleshis
ent stalls or booths must at- sweet, juicy and peculiarly
tract the attention of a casual romaticjBthis; latter quality has
observer, much more one inter- \ii1I given. rise to a fabulous (report .
ested infruit culture, and alt ; : about this variety;hay:
to ML ,0n closer been
pertaining 1. ing originally grafted on
examination find that l ; t treeand therefrom
we tyy :! a pine gaining
far the greater majority of flavor.
these oranges belong to the THE DAI-DAI,
variety known to us as the Or summer orange; this fruit
Mandarin orange. The main / ( c4J gets to be quite large, round,
characteristics: of this speciesare somewhat oblate. Rind is thick;
in their being flattened at the color, which is a bright
both ends; the rind separating yellow the first year, changesto
easily from the pulp, withoutthe r: a deeper tinge the second
use of a knife, the seg ;, J d season.. It remains on the
ments dividing readily; the tree two years, when it becomes -
pulp is generally{ 'of a deep very sweet,juicy, and is
orange color,sweet with lightly a fine table fruit This variety
sub-acid qualities;' containing ;: ': is only found rarely in Japan.
few or no seeds. The size is / ? :k CANTON HYBRID,
small to medium, the largest which came originally from
not exceeding two and one- China. This orange is a very
half to three inches in diam late keeping sort; the pulp adheres -
eter.' The flavor is agreeable closely. to the rind; is
though very distinct from any I very iuicy.: of a delicious
of our Los Angeles, Riversideor flavor,"crntains very few seed
or Florida Among JAPAN CHESTNUT, (Castaneasenses 'i JapOnica). See Page 816..
oranges. The shape of the fruit is globular,
these flattened citrus fruits the better I I I I until having made a closer inspection I the cause of this. I color a rather dark yellow. The stockof
varieties are known .as Tou-Mikan, i I 'The reason given us for I No danger is, however, to be appre this variety is as yet very limited. ,
Xino-Kuni Mikan\ both quite small this low and spreading growth in hended if strict:; precautions are taken I I We must not forget to mention the
fruited, some varieties of Unshiu me- orange culture was the fear of ty- before shipment of young trees from
SIN KAN ORANGE OR CITRUS JAPONICA.
dium, and the Kii-Seedless, which is phoons, which at certain seasons of Japan; and vigilance on the part of
one of the largest and best of the the year sweep the country and would our nurserymen's associations here This variety (can truthfully be
above-named sorts. leave but a sad picture of ruin amonga against allowing any infected trees to called hardy; 'trees have been knownto
The main bulk of these oranges is : grove of standard trees grafted threeor be distributed. The idea has prevailed bear winters in and around Y oko-
produced in the south of Japan, four feet above the ground. The I that Japanese orange trees homa, where the thermometer falls to
where, also, the young trees are raised. ; Japanese orange trees are grafted .or were of a dwarf growth-this is likely, fifteen degrees above zero. This
VISIT:.TO A JAPANESE ORANGE GAR- budded very low on the citrus trifoli-'I owing to the fact that the Japanese, orange is small, attaining in open
DEN. ata stocks and allowed to grow as I with their great preference of dwarfing ground the size of a medium egg
in mind the bushy as possible; the main leader is j I plants, raise a great many orange plum. The shape is oblong; color, a
To one who bears the continually cut off to allow all the j trees in pots, where, of course, the bright yellow; the rind is an thin-as'a
orange groves of Italy, "where side branches to spread, and one old growth is more or less stunted; the cherry's, is eaten with the pulp, whichis
citron blooms, where among the dusky" orange tree which we measured was other reason is the prevalence of sub acid-very cooling; the rind is
foliage the gold of the orange shineth" but six: and a half feet in height and j typhoons as above mentioned.. I have sweet and very aromatic. This fruitis
as Goethe speaks of in "Mignon, or extended its outer branches over thirty !! ism the South. seen a few trees growing: very much eaten in its raw state
'who. has visited the glorious orange feet in circumference. I 1 in sheltered situations which were overtwentyfeet4in throughout Japan,where, at some family
gardens, of Southern California or hada The budding or grafting is done j : height. '* gatherings, pot plants, laden ,with

orange look plantation down the vista in Florida of a ,well-kept the sight l early in spring,;,the'young: plants, set- I .,:Juririg..fhe. :!,:. ...... ,;; ; months of April 1' and the ripe fruit, are placed.. upon: thee


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is extensively used for cooling frees: -Orchard'and Garden. I same varietal form as the Japan chestnut -

drinks instead of limes or slices of John T. Lovett, of New Jersey, Castanea Javanica,Blume,have

lemon, imparting a very fine flavor to The Japan Chestnut. who has done a vast deal to furtherthe long, rather slender leaves, covered

the liquid. For the purpose of cry (Castanea Japonica). industry in this country, pronounces with a rusty pubescence underneath,

, talizing or preserving, this fruit has The engraving on page 815 is an the Japan Giant entirely hardy. very much like those of the true Japan
': no equal among the citrus family, average specimen of the Japan chest- "Our trees of Japan Giant chestnutare chestnut, but the edges of the latterare

blending, as it does, the aroma of the nut, grown by J. T. Lovett, Little Silver grown by using grafts cut from coarsely and sharply serrated,
orange with the acid of the lemon or N. J., who says "it repre- bearing trees of the true variety and while those of the former are describedas

lime. There is no doubt that in our sents an average specimen and all set ourselves. Seedlings, I find vary entire or smooth. The leaves of the

R glorious climate, so adapted to orange exaggeration; was carefully avoided. greatly both 6h size and quality of Japan chestnut are of a pale yellowish

culture, this fruit would improve in I One burr contained six perfect nuts. fruit and also in productiveness." green, and this, with the difference in
in size and flavor. It is The be and form and the the under
every way, tree seems to a good thrifty MAMMOTH OR GIANT CHESTNUT, pubescence on
admirably adapted for culture and fitted for side is sufficient to enable even the
pot grower nicely a place on From Japan comes to us the mam- ,
*where open ground is not available. the lawn, as it branches out low and moth or giant chestnut, so-called from novice in such matters to readily

The profuseness of its blossoms is re- :forms a close and compact head. It ,its extraordinary size, it being not uncommon recognize the tree when.grown among
markable, and the branches are liter- I should be understood, however, that for twelve nuts to weigh one the many other varieties in cultivation.The .

.ally bending under the weight if' the i the Japan chestnut varies as much in pound. A further commendable feature nuts of the Japan chestnut are

golden fruits. The trees began to !size of tree and nut, and in bearing i of this tree is its coming to bear also distinct, being very smooth; not

bear.whenjquitejyoung: attain a light quality, as our native sweet chestnutor I when exceedingly young-four or five ridged or furrowed as i in the large

of from twelve to eighteen feet, 'in the English walnut. One of the years from the ,seed, and two years Spanish varieties, of a light brown

clined to grow into bushy pyramids, trees at the Monmouth nursery, all of from the graft. color, with small, rather indistinct
but be trimmed into which and five dark from the to
can any shape are seedlings now years stripes running apex
Mrs. H. H. Berger thus refers to
desired. Would not, with the prevail- old, shows especial thrift of tree and base. In size this variety of chestnutis
ing dryness of our California climate, early bearing character, combined the Japan chestnut in her address be- not nearly so large as many of the

a low standard for the culture of with large size of nut. This is our fore the California Horticultural chestnuts annually imported from the

orange trees, be quite as advisable "Eureka," and considered the : most Society. Commenting on this, Mr. P. warmer regions of Europe, but it is

with the branches spreading not toohigh worthy of propagation of all japan J. :Berckmans says: "It is well known better in quality and of finer grain.
above he ground ? The surface chestnuts in the lot. Our friends will The trees come into bearing early
from the made in
would be somewhat protected, retain- wish tQ learn something about the many experiments and are far more hardy than the great

ing the moisture so necessary to the quality of this much praised chestnut. the Eastern and Southern States, that majority of European varieties which

We will frankly say that it is neitheras seedlings are unreliable as to their have heretofore been imported under

roots.The Kin Kan, as described above, brittle; tender nor sweet as our native product, only a very small proportion various names. It is only propagatedby

resembles and chestnut. But since, when roasted yield edible nuts, the others being grafting on seedling stocks and no
closely our Kumquat it compares favorably in quality with worthless. Grafting from trees yield. reputable nurseryman would sell,seedlings -

probably belongs to the same spe.-ies, the Spanish chestnut, so largely sold ing large nuts is the only sure method of it as the true Japan chestnut.

if it is nit the same variety.-EDITOR by the Italian street venders in our securing the proper fruit. It is one of the most valuable varietiesas

D ISP ATCII.] large cities, there can be no doubt that *-.-4 yet introduced, and should not be

the Japan chestnut crop, if producedin The True Japan Chestnut.Mr. confounded with other so-called Japan
Throughout Japan the custom pre- this country, would find ready sale varieties.Variation.
vails all A. S. Fuller the well known .
of watering young trees, for the of the now imported -4
I purposes
fields, etc., with night soil, which mal- Spanish nut, and prove highly} profitable pomologist, in speaking of the Japan in Seedling Nut Trees.

odorous practice makes a visit to any, to the producer.The Chestnut in the Country Home, says: In the propagation of the different

or a trip through a garden anything* great advantage which-so far There is a "particular" variety of indigenous species of nut trees from
but a treat to the olfactory nerves the
; as the recent tests seem to indicate- chestnut known to botanists and all seed we need not look for any con-
stench arisingfrom the earth when distilled the Japan nut has over other membersof well-informed horticulturists as the siderable variation from original treesor
I
the hot of the is
by vile but the rays soil exhausted sun the European chestnut (Castanea Castanea Japonica or Japan Chestnut, parent form. Strongly marked
simply of by ve&ca), is i outside of its more dwarfish and by no other. It was introducedinto varieties, like the Hale's Paper-shell
centuries needs
all the fertilizers constant available.planting, habit of growth and remarkably this country many years ago bya hickory and Nussbaumer's Hybrid
early fruiting character, its apparent man whose name has become widely Pecan-nut will be inclined to revertto
Let here the of
us urge necessity. hardiness, in which it seems to known as a long resident of Japan, their parent type, but an occasional
well other
planting orange trees, as as equal our native chestnuts. This is a and the introducer of a large numberof plant may remain true or even ad-
fruit later than the month of
trees not ,
strong point in its favor, consideringthat rare Japanese trees and shrubs. vance and give us something better
January establish, to themselves give the roots in the a chance to all attempts to cultivate the There are now many specimens of the than the original. Only one treeas

with the winter rains and ground "Spanish" nut here have .given such Japanese chestnut growing and fruiting yet raised from Hale's Papershellhas
acquire
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meagre results. in gentlemen's gardens and pleas. come into bearing, and the nuts
strength before the heat of summer is
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ure grounds in the suburbs of NewYork are not only inferior to the parent but
on the" From reports sent to us The Japan Giant Chestnut. and probably other of our larger not nearly as large as many of the
from various points in the State of
cities. shell-bark nuts of the neigh-
, California and the Atlan- Just when and where this search common
throughout
,tic Gulf States where seasons are similar for large nuts is going to end, "the The Japan chestnut, however, is not borhood. To perpetuate either of the
the so-called Japan Giant chestnut, varieties named above, grafting must
.to ours, I glean the facts that all
neither is it a seedling of this varietyif be resorted to as practiced with our
trees sent by us early in the season,
there is any one distinct variety improved varieties of fruits and the c
December and have
during January, N
having this name-for the latter is European varieties of the walnut and
thrived well)), whereas those sent as
not distinct from the varie- chestnut.
ordinary
late the middle of March have
as not
ties introduced from various European With the European Hazelnuts the .
made nny promising growth, some countries but the variation from present types is said
true Japan belongsto
even being u total failure. Plantingtrees r J
an entirely different race of chest- not to be so great or uniform as with
after the first good rains of the
nuts, and so distinct from the common some of the larger kinds of nuts, and
with ruin in is
season, more prospect,
the most cultivators claim
and Western experienced
European Asiatic vari-
of the main of .
one points success.A
... eties that many botanists were for that eighty per cent. of the seedlings
4 years inclined to consider it a distinct raised of the commonly cultivated
citizen of Oakland recently obtained species. But later investigations have varieties will come true to the parent

-n___ an__-- equal _number_ __ of_ Hiailv_ of and shown that not onlv the Janan. hut type. As filberts] come into bearing
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Florida lemons. After a careful test faith of our fathers" does not informus Java and common of American chest- when young and of moderate size, the

he found that they contained. very ; but the present generation are ina nuts are only varietal forms or races raisers of new sorts can afford to wait
fair way to become acquainted with of one species, which extends nearlyor until fruit appears and then select the
nearly the same quantity"of juice- some things in this line not known to quite around the world in the tem- best varieties for propagation by the
the preference being but slightly in usual modes. We
their immediate predecessors. If any perate zone. are certainly in

favor of the Sicily. There was reallyno one doubts it, look at this enormous Ca lo Ludovico Blunie, the learned need of choice acclimated varieties .

essential difference, while the price chestnut. When freshly gathered, oriental botanist, in his great work on and for this season we would adviseall

discriminates against Florida largely, they must have weighed considerablymore the "Flora of Java," 1828 to 1836, who have an opportunity to do so

l being about fifteen cents per dozen for than one ounce each, for when figures and describes three species of to raise seedling, preserving only the

Florida and thirty cents'for Sicily. they reached us, after a very long the chestnut indigenous to the mountainous best and most distinct for propagation..

Qcala free Press, journey, fourteen weighed one., pound, regions of the East Indies, and Orchard and (}aTden. .

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experiment of budding the two limbs not. want any better strawberry than been stripped of all the green substance "

Vineyard. about six inches from the ground, the Wilson's Albany, yet it is well)} and only the bare skeleton left.I .

with buds from the green wood of the known hard, sour fruit, whose only have seen none of them in this part .
Early Dawn, the Black Hamburg and recommendation is the fact that tlw of the State. W. C. STEELE.
Grape Queries.
the Concord The Concord bud was plants are productive and the berries Switzerland, Fla. -
}Ir L. H. G., of Orange county, put in the 30th of June, and is now hard enough to ship well.I For the FLoRIDA DISPATCH.-.H

asks the following questions about two feet long, the others were put in have also heard others say that Raisin : <
grape culture: during the month of July and Augustand the Concord grape was better than the Grape.
which
I am not quite certain of' the
market the latter
are coming out nicely. Delaware. Yet in
1. What month in the is best
year This fact of the success of buddingmay always brings double the price of the European grapes are called Raisin, .
FlorIda '
for vines in
transplanting grape be surprising to many readers of first. grapes,but think the Gordo Blanco, .

? the DISPATCH, though! Col. G. H. I heard a fruit grower in Florida White Muscat of Alexandria, Muscat

ANS. December, though they may Norton mention ed some weeks ago say, this summer, that he never wouldeat Hamburg and Sultana are the
be moved safely so long as they remain that he had budded the Black Ham Concord grapes; if he could not get among
dormant. They usually start in burg into the Scuppernong( and that something better he would go without number. I have vines of Muscat Hamburg

February, though sometimes not until the buds had taken. I saw these buds them entirely. planted in April. 1885. Theyare
March. when they had made a growth of However, the question is not as to healthy vines, and this year bore n
2. What time of year is best to root- : about six inches. I also saw Dela its quality but as to the profit of heavily. The grapes are of a reddish '.
graft the same and how is it done? ware buck growing successfully on. growing it as compared with other va- purple, bunch large .and loose, very
ANS. The best time to graft is the wild stalks near Tavares, this summer. rieties. Its best friends: do not call it : large and exquisite flavor, ripens

same as the best time to move, that is From all this it is evident that the* a good .grape, only say hat it is very before June 15. Professor Dubois.
." while dormant, though if the scions grape may be budded .as easily and profitable. calls this variety Black Muscat of
fM3 kept dormant they may be inserted successfully as any other fruit. Though Professor Dubois sold one Alexandria: Last spring I planted a"
after the stocks have begun to grow. Mrs. G., then asks: Can 'any. one or two lots at twenty cents per pound, number of vines :of the Sultana and

. The method of performing the workis tell me why my raisin grape is s6 we must coucludn that they were ex White Muscat'ol Alexandria, the'two.-,
to cut off the vine from two to six sterile? It began to blossom in Febru- tra choice specimens or they would varieties used mostly for raisins in
inches under the and full of blooms to ]last much California. They have done well so
ground, split stump ary was up not.have brought a price FO
carefully with a thin, sharp knife, that month. Is it i ossible that the flowersare above the market. The Examiner of far. The vines were one year old, _
will cut without splitting. Choose not fertilizing? New York gives the following market and were cut off at the ground. They ,

scions with two or three well developedbuds The first question is difficult to an- quotations : have already made strong vines ten' to

trim the lower end wedge- swer, though the true answer is proba- July 21Grapes- twenty feet in length, and'are as free
shaped, making the outer edge a very bly suggested in the second question; ; Fla. Del. per lb. ...... from any disease as the scuppernong.I .
Fla. Concords lb.. .
little thicker than the inner, so that this however, could not be determined Grapes Grapes, Fla. Ives per ft per,. '.. 251- look for fruit from them next spring.
the bark be held solidly. In without a careful examination of the Grapes S. C., Niagara per Ib.- I Lave about twenty five other varieties
may ..
Grapes, S. C., Del. per ft (f9 35
setting the scion be very careful that flowers. As they seem to form Grapes, S. <;., Concords per ft. 10 @ 15 of foreign grapes, table and wine;
Grapes,S. C., Ives ft .... 1234( 15 and all threaten to
per nearly entirely
the inner bark of the scion and stockfit it is that the stamens prove
grapes, probable Grapes,N.C., Black per ft..... 9 @ 10
accurately, if the stock is large two I are defect ve or deficient in pollen. If July 28- successful; My land is high,

scions may be put in on each side and this is the only trouble, it probable) Grapes Grapes.S.C.jNiagara, Ga. & S. C., Del.,poor per per lb.ft 20 6 10 25 firm with no clay. ..
thus double the chances of success. If that when the Black Hamburg beginsto Grapes,R.C., Concords per lb.. 10 G. H. NORTON.Eustis .
Grapes, S. C., Ives per ft.......... 4 8 ;Lake county. Fla.,Sept.1, 1887.
the stock is not large and stiff enoughto blossom, the seedling might possibly Grapes, S. &N. C., Black prime *-*-< ,
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hold the scion firmly it may be set and perfect its fruit. It mightbe Grapes -8' Potash for Vines.
S. &: N. C., Black in-
tied with a strip of cloth or a bit of well to allow a branch to grow for ferior per lb...... ............, 2 @ 5 Common barnyard manures are not
oord, do not wax it, it should rot by the purpose of testing this theory. August 4- ft 5 @ 10 adapted to growing the best grapes,
C.Nlagara
the} time the vine grows so as not Mrs.\ G. is also troubled by worms GrapesS.Grapes.Ga. & S. C., Del.poor per per lb.. 20 25 though they are much better than no

to strangle it., The next thing is to eating the leaves from her vines. Grapes Grapes,,S.S.O.C.,,Concords Ives per ft per ft..'.. 5 2 20 5 manuring. The faults of stable ma-
fill the hole with soil, being very careful i There are two kinds of worms that Grapes S. fc N.C., Black prime nures are an excess of nitrogen, caus-
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not to disturb the scions. are commonly found on grape vinesin Grapes, S. & N. C., Black in-- ing excessive growth of vine and too
3. Can the tops of the vines be this State: one is a yellow worm ferior per ft..... .. ..... .... 2 @ 4 little of mineral fertilizers which produce
grafted, and which is the best mode, with black stripes that will be found They gave no report of grapes the fruit. An application 'bf

saddle or cleft grafting for root graft- in regular ranks, often a dozen or earlier than July 21.The potash in spring or any time duringthe
ing or for above ground if the tops more side by side, eating their way New York Tribune of July growing season is very beneficial:
can be grafted ? across the leaf until it is destroyed.The 13th, without specifying the State,' Old country vineyards are manured
ANS. I have never heard of any other is commonly known as the quotes Soutoern gJapes : almost exclusively by the ashes from

successful grafting of the top. Cleft leaf roller, from its habit of drawingthe Delaware, per ft................. 25' @ 35 the burned trimmings of grape vines. I
is used in of the leaves with Black varieties per lb............ 10 @ 15
grafting always graftingroots. edges together a These ashes are very rich in potash.
web, and eating in this shelter until The same paper for July 27th, This mineral food is especially valu-
4. What kind of fertilizer is neededin the substance of the leaf is exhausted, :says: able in promoting early ripening.
the soil to produce grapes? when it moves to another. On a small I Grapes Vines that overbear are simply inmost
Delaware, ft................. 18 @ 30
ANS. The great need of grape vinesin number of vines, hand picking is the Niagara per per ft................... 5 @ 10 cases setting a larger number of
most soils is ,phosphoric acid' and cheapest and best remedy. In a large Black per ft..... .. .............. 3 @ 8 clusters than the vine can supply pot
potash. The former will be furnished vineyard it will be necessary to poison The above all goes to prove the correctness ash for perfecting the roots, and for
h by bone meal, the latter by muriate them. Probably the kerosene emulsion I of the statement of Pancoast changing the harsh juices of the green
t! of potash. For young vines a mixture woulrf destroy the yellow worms & Griffith made to me in a letter last grape.into the richness of the riperone. '
of equal parts of bone meal and which work in the light, but it wouldbe year, and already quoted by me in an .
cotton seed with ten to fifteen percent difficult to reach the leaf roller article on this same subject some -. .
of muriate of potash is a goodfertilizer. with this remedy, as the latter is not months ago. :Matthew Crawford J, the vell-known
Two to four pounds per usually very numerous- until after the To recapitulate briefly, the said that horticulturist of northern Ohio, talksin
vine may be used. As the vines grow crop of fruit is ripe and gone. Paris the Delaware sold best in its season the same strain to the editors of the
older increase the bone meal and decrease green might be used with safety and but that looks went a long ways, Farm and Firexide. Mr. Crawford
the cotton seed meal. would prove perfectly effectual, either: therefore Florida grape growers should states that the Worden is about two
Mrs. G. then goes on to say : "I mixed with water, flour or land peas strive for( an early white grape. Th weeks earlier than the Concord, and
have learned one thing by experiment.I ter, and sprinkled evenly and thor Delaware brings the highest price per possesses all the other good qualities
have a very thrifty vine, nearly four oughly over all the foliage.W. pound, but some of the larger white of that most excellent grape. 1

years old, which I raised from the C. STEELE. varieties might realize as much per Most wonderful is
" need of a rairin. This vine has Switzerland, Fla., Sept. 26, 1887: acre on account of the heavier yield.In improvement
bloomed profusely for over five months .. regard to the insects which I sent being made in grape production.) New
varieties offered
in succession the For the FLORIDA DISPATCH for anti i whicby were describedon are yearly being
past two summers a name
The Ives Grape Compared with Many of them have great: merit. The
All., the blossoms seem to set fruit but.. the same page, they came from the
Niagara will become a favorite. It is
when a few days old, or as large as Others.In vineyard ofa friend near Orlando in
hardly tested enough to warrant a
small mustard seed they all fall off.: I the DISPATCH of July 18th,- the 1 Orange 'county. introduction.
have watched and waited in vain for editor calls my attention to the al- I did not i intend to enclose the green general
fruit. Meanwhile it grew the largest ledged superior quality of the Ives insect The beetles were the ones that Says Judge Samuel\ Miller) in the

amount of vine, in spite} of all the grape as grown in the South. i were doing the mischief.. ,It was very Rural World, "'V orden so far excels
piuchingback:: I could do? Wishing There is no accounting for tastes. r: common to find from one to _three on the Concord that I have RQ use for the

to utilize Jo much' material I tried the have }heard people! l $ay.that they did a'leaf] Hundreds of the leaves had l tter.JJOCT013EB

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The Professor Phares, of Mississippi, scarce, this use of the willow can be quality. For this reason he does not 1
FSllIIl. says: recommended; and likely it will payto permit his land to become too fertile ,
In Louisiana, Mississippi, and so use the willow even where postsare and the result is that the juice ot the
Cotton-Seed Meal Fertilizer. some otherStates it is mowed annually. cheap. The willow is slow to die i cane is rich in sugar and free from sap. j
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. Some farmers assure me that they and will make a firm post for years. i I In grinding, Mr. Beville uses rollers -
Replying to JY: Willis Westlake in I harvest four or five tons of hay per ... I thirty inches in diameter, whichhe
DISPATCH of this date, please allow acre. It may be cut twice each season Clearing Land of Perennial Weeds.It had made to order. He prefers
me to quote from Dr. A. OemleVs by[ making the first mowing as soon is not an easy task to attack and these large rollers because they revolve
valuable "Truck Farming at the as it begins to bloom I know no one destroy those villainous weeds which mOle rapidly and turn out the
South:" who plants it; but it annually reseeds propagate by underground stems, or juice faster than the small ones whichare
"The manurial value of the excres' the; ground and requires no cultiva- by roots which, extending themselvesnear in general use, and they do not
ment voided by an animal depend tion or other care, save protectionfrom the surface of the ground, thruw; require any more power to run them
upon the quality of the feed" live stock and the labor of har- out buds, which produce shoots and than the small ones do. This enables
*,1The 'manurial value ,of ,hulled cotton I vesting. Being a coarse grass, with independent plants every few inches him to keep his patent evaporators
: .seed meal fa more than. twelve I i long leaves and large succulent stems, I Iit through the soil. We have one "grip* boiling without interruption.-Lees-
times that of wheat straw,. three times i requires care to cure well. In one so to speak, upon all this class of burg Commercial.
county in Mississippi hundreds of acres; weeds; they all need air-they haveto *-+-*
that of clover bay, twice that of wheat
mowed breathe. We them Soiling in the South.In .
bran, ten times'that of mangel wuezel are annually on single farm may plow going
arid'thirty times"that of common tur Cows and horses are very fond of it, deep, harrowing thoroughly, rake- the Southern States soiling can
whether Farmers who off the with be carried with the
: green or dry. ing ground longtoothedtools on greatest profit.
nips.Of, all vegetable substances used s.. have tested it most thoroughly for and thus collect masses of the There are several crops that may be
cattle: feed hulled cotton-seed meal is many years.prefer it to the best corn roots for burning, and this practicewill grown, which are not suitable for the
'the richest, in nitrogen, phosphoricacid fodder. be found to be only a severe check I North. Pearl millet, teosinte, ,c
and potash, the most essential .to them for one season. If upon land' peas, millet, (this thrives especiallywell
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requisite in the growth of plants, and Live Willows for .Fence Posts. so treated we can put some hoea crop, ), Bermuda grass (This affords the
these will appear again most abun- The fence post question is one of the which will receive almost constant attention very best summer pasture, and if fertilized -
dantly in the dung. greatest importance to American and be kept perfectly clean, yields an enormous quanty of ..
The money value of- the manure farmers and will be for many years. the hoe going always below the top of feed), Festuca pratensis (Meadow fescue -
from different articles'.of food, accord For that reason the solution of it is of the soil, so that the weeds will get Randall grass or Evergreengrass
ing to to calculations of Sir. J. B interest to a vast number of people. A neither light nor air; and after the ) grows luxuriantly, and makes
.i Lamia, based upon the value of nitrogen correspondent: of _an exchange writesas crop is taken'off, still no> chance given the best pasture; rye may often be
phosphoric acid and ,potash, in below in regard to the use of willow for them to see the, light or get a pastured all the winter; the native
leading commercial fertilizers, are: for this, purpose. Any one who has breathing spell, there may be hope wild grasses, crab grass, JEleusint. In-

Cotton-seed meal..... .........._.'27.86 per ton had experience with willows, especially that'in about two years we can say dica, finger grass (Panicum sangui-
Linseed cake... ......:............. 19.72 in soil at all moist, will agree fully we are free from the worst of them. nale)), barn-yard or door-yard
Beans ......... ..... ..... .. ... 15.73 ':. grass
: Wheat bran.' .... ...... ..._ :.. 14.59 with this opinion. He says: Even: then;for several years, bits of (Panicum 0ru88-galli), sprouting crab
Clover hay .... ... ........ ...., 9.61 It is frequently recommended to root that have somehow retained vitality (Panicum proliferum Texas
Indian meal ....... ... ...... 6.63 4i grass
Oat straw ........................... .... 2.90 .. plant trees along the line of the fences, ,,are likely to show life above, millet, Panicum Texanum and the
....... ...... ... *.
Turnips. 80 that when the trees have attained 'sufficient ground, and these, of course, should common (far too common) beggars'
Professor Cook, of New Jersey, says size, their trunks may be used; receive prompt special treatment as ticks Jtfidens frondosa'), and the (also
that cotton seed meal, passing throughthe as posts. Thus live posts, that will. soon as discovered. too common) beggars'lice (Desmodium
cows digestive apparatus, loses not rot, are had, already securely set, Taking an enlarged idea of weedsto moUe), all furnish a most abundant.
none of its manurial value, save a at the cost of setting out the trees only. include brush and swamp, roadsideand pasturage. The l large amount of wood
small amount of nitrogen, not enoughto But to this the objection that the hedgerow growths, from briarsto pasturage, containing much grass
mention amount. swaying of the tree loosens the nails alders-we remark that they may of various kinds, and a wealth of
I To take these as authority, as I holding the boards or the staples be destroyed by close cutting early in leaves of young timber, more nutritive -
have always been taught to believe, fastening the wires, whether the nailsor the season, following up the cutting as than anv.. grass or forage plants,.
seems conclusive enough that the meal] staples are driven into the tree or soon as any considerable growth-ap- also affords excellent subsistence g for a
question loses none of its value as a into a piece of timber fastened to the pears. We may allow growth early large part of the early portion of the
fertilizer, but puts it in'a better shapefor tree. One of our Western subscribershas in the season, when the root is strong, year; while for winter feeding with
plants than it is in the pure state. discovered that when the willowis for the sake of exhausting it; but in hay and other fodder, the abundant
The cotton seed meal is the best planted, this objection is avoided, : dry, hot weather, every shoot shouldbe sweet potato and cheap cottonseedmeal
cattle feed, and the droppings after for the top of the willow cap be kept cut, pulled up or trodden down, so make the very best substitute for
eating it is the best manure in the\ cut down so closely that the trunk will I that complete exhaustion and death the Northern roots and grain feed.
world. be swayed little, if any. The tree shall take place. When such growthsare Butter can be made in the South for
Much more can be said, but I think should not be used as a post until the cut close to the ground in April, ten cents a pound, more easily than it
this sufficient. trunk attains a diameter of six inchesa again about the middle of June, andas can be for twenty cents in the'North,
GEO. HUTCHINSON. foot from the,ground; and even whenit they grow during the season, the the markets there are far better, and
Crescent 26, 18 6.City,Putnancounty Fla., September reaches this size, the tree may be next year will see but few of them.- higher prices can be obtained than in
cut off five feet from the ground, making American Agriculturist any part of the North, excepting the
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. a post of the desired height, with- "fancy" prices paid in some of the
Panioum Crus-galli. out killing the tree. Such cutting off An Adept on Sugar Cane. larges .-American: Agriculturist.
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(Barn yard Grass.: ) would be fatal to any other tree that C. Beville, who has a very valuable
Enclosed find sample of grass and could be used for this purpose; but the plantation and orange grove half-way To Tobacco Growers.
bloom. > Can you, from sample, giveme willow will send out a thick bunch of between Webster and Bushnell, Sum- The cultivation of tobacco is to be- t
the name of same. Also is it a shoots, which will soon become respec- ter county, is an adept in the' matterof come a very important factor here in
good grass for stock. table branches and may be cut off in raising sugar cane and making Polk county where it can be grownso
GEO. H. GARDINER. their turn. Thus we may have a syrup and sugar. readily. Every one who has ex-
Paisley, Luke County, Fla.,Sept 20,1887. thick, stocky trunk five feet high This year he has only eight acres in perimented is enthusiastic as to the
The grass was referred to Prof with so little top I that the wind will sugar cane, but it will yield him fifty profitable yield, and we would suggestto
Vasey who the following not loosen the nails or staples. The barrels of syrup. This is good enough; growers the importance of promot-
answer
gave : branches cut off make good bean- for at 50 cents a gallon, a price whichit ing only the very best grades from the
Your letter of the lad inst. I
with poles, or the summer firewood par readily commands, the syrup from start, and in that way make "Polk
the specimens of grass, duly received. excellence.: They cut very easily when the eight acres ((1,900 gallons) will County Tobacco" a brand that will
The grass is Panicum Cnu.gallithe green, dry out rapidly, and, when bring him in 8950, over $100 an acre. guarantee the very best in the world.
form without beards. There are some dry, make a, quick,. hot fire that dies Mr. Beville says he could easily Don't even experiment with an inferior -
three or four varieties of this speciesof down at once=:-just the fire the house make his land yieldtwelve: to fifteen ; grade, and you will soon see whata
grass, which some botanists have wife wishes daring the summer. Other barrels per acre, by fertilizing more good reputation from the start will
considered to 1 Ije different species. We points in 'favor of the willow for live heavily and topping the cane pretty do for you in the market. It is money
yet need some experiments with themto fence-posts are the ease with which it high when gathering it; but it would in your pocket to raise a little of the
ascertain if thty hold their character can be, got to grow, and the rapidityof not be as good syrup as he likes to very best grade rather than great deal l
continuously from seed,or whether its growth. If slips are stuck into make. Land that is, very fertile he of inferior quality. This is.true. of
they vary and intermix. the ground in the spring, when the says, will make sappy cane, the juiceof vegetables, fruit, etc., but j is.r particular -
Department of GEO.Agriculture VASEY,Washington Botanist.,D. ground is moist they will at once root which ,will require much boilingand y true of tobacco, remember.
C. September 26.1887. and grow. Where fence-posts are care to reduce to syrup of fine Bartow Advance-Courier./ .

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practical man, yet all practical men Melon pear: "The much-praised Pe- Irish[ potatoes in the spring and early
(C{Aden do not agree as to the best methods of piiio or Melon shrub has thus far summer, and to buy Irish potatoes in
culture, etc., of any crop. I wish to proved a failure. It grows well but the; fall, either for seed or to eat or ,
U STRA WHERRIES. present the other side of two or three no fruit/ As this has not been our both. If one wants celery for his
questions. I have already expressedmy experience we will endeavor to state the 'family use here in autumn, it is cheaperto
The Best Variety for Home Use. opinion of the bedding up plan result of our cultivation of this delicious ; buy it than to raise it, or rather it
A lady in .Orange county inquires for strawberries. Beds six feet wide fruit. is impossible to do the latter. When
which are the best varieties of straw- would be much better than the nar- Last January we made two settingsof I[ came here seventeen years ago, everyone
berries for home use. I take it for row ones usually made, but I think Pepino plants, one in a well ferti-- endeavored to produce as much
granted that she knows the standardfor that lands thirty feet wide would be lized high dry pine land field-result, corn, syrup, potatoes, etc., as were
market, viz., the Newnan, or, as it still better. At the North black rootson ,rank growth of plants, an abundanceof wanted for his use. Now they have ,
is sometimes called, the Wilson, and a strawberry plant are almost in- ,. bloom-no fruit The other set- learned the better way. One man
wishes something better in quality.For variably a sign of old plant and I ting in a somewhat low, heavy and wet will grow cabbages as a ]leading crop'in
quality, I know nothing better always discarded them except in timesof situation, such as we usually plant in the fall and winter, Irish potatoes in
than the Indiana. Those who want to great scarcity. Yet I have taken banana or cabbage, but too heavy and spring, and sweet potatoes in summer.In .
know the Editor's opinion .of the up the old plants, divided them, set wet for orange or other citrusalsotoo other words we have got to be
quality of Indiana strawberries, will them i in! a new bed and could not see wet for tomato or potatoes. We specialists; we produce certain leading
find it on the editorial page of the I but what they did as well as new used material from our pigeon lofts crops at certain times, and plant littleor
DISPATCH for June 6. plants.In for fertilizing. Result, an average of none of all others.
The berries are large", averagingmuch Florida new plants grown in June nineteen Pepinos to each plant, and As a consequence, the people are
larger than the Newnan when often have black roots when dug in our friends agreed with us that the better fed, better dressed and drive
grown side by side under the same September.If fruit was "simply delicious," especiallywhen faster horses. .It should not be for-
treatment. The color is a bright clear every one were to accept his eaten in the morning after being gotten that the farmer who is abreast .
ujed, not so dark as the Newnan. The opinion and refuse to set any plants exposed on our north piazza to the of the times, is a manufacturer as wellas
&rface has a peculiarly bright glossy with black roots, the price of what he night air and dew. We preferredthem a producer. He must know when
appearance* which makes a box or calls good plants would at once ad- to our favorite cantaloupe melon, and where to buy his potash, phos-
crate of the berries look very attrac vance 200 to 300 per cent. I have as they combined the good qualities of phate, etc., in the best forms and at
tive. The quality is extra, being very bought lots of plants in the State from it and the Bartlett pear. About one- the lowest prices. He must know
sweet and delicious, at the same timeit different dealers and growers. In third of our Pepinos were filled witha how large a crop is the most remunerative
is not insipid as is so often the case only one lot were the yellow roots evena fragrant sub-acid juice, the remain- and at what season of the year
with large sweet varieties of straw- majority. As a rule there were two der a melting, seedless pulp very refreshing the given crop will bring the best
berries, but possesses a lively flavor plants with black roots to everyone to the taste, with an aroma prices. He must study his soil and
which makes it one of the very best with yellow roots, yet as a general like that of an early Northern apple. his market, be a judge of the seeds he
table berries I have ever tested. The thing they have done very well and Some of the fruit we picked while uses, and many other things. A certain '
plants are strong vigorous growers and been satisfactory. One lot receivedall hard and green and took with us to new comer came to me and said
very productive,yielding fully as largea had yellow or white roots, the Boston. Some specimens ripened that there was a "dearth of information
crop as the Newnan. I do not recommend plants were so young and the roots so en route and were very refreshing on )in regard to agriculture here," and
it for shipping to; Northern short that if the weather had happenedto the sea trip between Savannah and wanted to know how to raise sweet
markets, as it is too late to be profit- be dry it would have been very difficult Boston, while the larger portion potatoes on poor land. He was told
able, it begins to ripen about as earlyas if not impossible, to save them.I ripened on our arrival in Boston and that muriate of potash was a completemanure
the Newnan, but the bulk of the prefer a common garden trowel produced an excellent impression on for the crop in question, and
crop does not come until the Newnanis for making the holes in which to set those who had the privilege of "sam- after having obtained all the informa
about done. It; lasts much later in the plants. Hold it upright in the pling" them. tion he wished took his leave. If
the season than the Newnan. The hand as if it were a dagger and you From these experimcnts we conclude farmers charge novices one-half the
fruit is also rather too soft for long were going to stab some one with it, that the Pepino requires rich, moist fee demanded by fourth-rate lawyers,I
shipments, but can be carried to a strike it into the ground and draw it land with an abundance of powerful suppose they would not be troubled
local market in good condition. towards you, leaving the back un- fertilizer, and to instance the strengthof much, and when advice was sought it
It is the only Northern, variety out broken. Place the plant in the hole with the land and fertilizer would further would be better appreciated. Still, it
of over twenty which I have tested the other hand and, without droppingthe state that last season a friend in Mas- seems to me that the ability to give
that has done well here, and the only trowel, fill up the hole and press. sachusetts gave us some seeds of the good advice costs as much in one case
one that I can recommend for cultiva- the earth solidly about the roots. Marrow squash, which ordinarily as the other. M.C.
tion in Florida.I All that "Sacristan" says about weighs some twelve or fifteen poundsat Mandarin, Duval Co.., Sept.7,1887. .
have seen near Orlando on the straightening out the roots, avoidingdry maturity. These seeds we plantednear For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.- H
place of Mr. David Lee, a variety earth in the hole and packing it the Pepinos, enriched by the Moles.
called Axtel's everbearing. The qualityof well to prevent any air spaces, is important same proportion of material from our Please tell how to the
the fruit is good and of fair size, But I would prefer to have pigeon lofts, and from one vine pro- moles in: us manage T. S. P.- ,
though not quite as large as the Indi- the crown rather below the level of the duced several very large squashes, Orlando,our Orange gardens.County,Fla., lept. 20,1887.A .
ana. Mr. Lee had some of the fruitat surface than above. Strawberry the largest weighing rf eighty-two
makes the follow-
the South Florida Fair in Orlandolast plants grow up very rapidly, sending. pounds, but this land was none too correspondent
February, and when I visited his out new roots above the old ones. rich for the Pepino, therefore we shall ing suggestion: "Take two old cow
I have tried stable in moist land and fer- horns and place them point to point,
place in June, there were still a few Personally not plant Pepinos,
the hollows outward in the
berries on the vines. The plants were manure or cow-pened land for straw tilize liberally, for we believe that un- turning ,
thrifty and seemed to have adapted berries in Florida. But the best less we'do so, time and money is thrown track of the mole, and then replace '
themselves to the soil of South Florida.It strawberry patch that I have seen in away in planting the Melon pear at the earth over them. The mole will
1 i is not a Northern variety, having the State was on cow-penned land. Manatee. A. J. ADAMS. come along soon and crawl into the
horn i just as far as he can and remain -
Manatee, Fla., September 10,1887. go
originated in one of the Southern The plants were the largest and had 4
States. From all I saw of it I look the heaviest crop of fruit on them.I For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. there trying to get through, as
he around and moles
'I upon it as a promising variety for believe in commercial fertilizers and Changes in Culture. cannot turn '
home use or local market. The name know that the various brands made Certain writers in the newspapersare never go backwards. Scratch up,
"Everbearing" is a misname, as its by the Mapes company are all good. never weary of telling us that we your have horns occasionally mole." Can and you will
season is but little if any longer than But my experience is that the same ought to raise our own vegetables at soon better your ? anyone
that of other varieties when grown in result may be obtained at much less all seasons in this country. These suggest a plan._
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this State. expense by using a mixture of bone persons evidently know as much about For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.H
If I were planting a bed for homeuse meal, cotton seed meal and muriate of crops in Florida as an average mem- Cauliflower.
in Orange county, I should set potash, in the proportion of 1,000 ber of the last Florida Legislature, or Under the head of cultivation of
about one-third Newnan's, so as to pounds each of the first, two, and two as the saying goes, as a "hog knows Cauliflower in your paper, page 739,
have some early berries, and the bal-- to three hundred pounds of the potashper about holy water." A man would T. V. M. left out one important item,
ance Indiana.P. acre. W. C. STEELE. show as little sense in trying to grow and that is, after the head gets as largeas
S.-Since writing the above, I Switzerland, St. Johns. ..Co., Sept.26,1887. certain vegetables at certainseasons a teacup, four or five of the leaves
have received the DISPATCH for Sept For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. of the year, as he would in climbing a should be pinned together at the topto
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26th. The article on strawberry cul-- The Pepino or Melon Pear at Man- pine tree to make a speech. There is keep the. sun from turning them
ture by "Sacristan," is very good as a atee. not a "time for all things," but a timeto yellow. Orange thorns come in very
whole, but there are some points on One of your correspondents in a recent plant certain crops, and a time to handy for that purpose. .
which I must express my dissent most number of the DISPATCH statedas sell those crops at a profit. It will always READER.
decidedly. The writer is evidently a follows in relation to the Pepino or be (the custom with us to sell Drayton Island, Fla.,September 6,1887.OCTOBER .

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build new green houses and increase scarlet blossoms with which it is constantly I stroyed by autumn frosts. It. is bestto

Omiamental. horticulture. their facilities in various ways, whileat covered from January to sow the seeds where the plants are
to remain. The root is fleshy, in shape
the same time many new firms are December. The flowers are small and
BY W. C. STEELE. 'something like that of a beet, anj} is
-- ",---- going into the business every season. tubular, somewhat resembling those of perennial; it can be kept over winterin

Clematis Jackmanii. There are a great many florists at the sand in a dry place, not too cool],

North who ship their flowers hun- like that of a dahlia. The specificname

dreds of miles. lithe business is profit- of this plant was applied by
Linn who it to be the
us, supposed
able there it would be equally so in
source of the Jalap of commerce,

Florida. which, however, was an error, as this
The greater distance to market drug was and is prepared from the

would increase the cost of transportation. root of Exagonium purga, a plant

This would be more than bal- native of Mexico, though an article
with somewhat similar properties derived
anced, however, by ,the iaving of fuel. from some species of Ipomcea, ,

Less capital would be needed to start has been substituted for the genuine

a 3 the houses can be built much article. One of the common names

cheaper here' than at the North. Lum- of this Mirabilis is Marvel of Peru, a

ber is cheaper and the walls need not name that indicates its origin. A gar-
den variety with golden variegated
be made so thick. In building green the Cuphea or Cigar plant, but are
Our cut this week represents a blossom leaves is quite showy. Mirabilis long-

',of this vine, very much reducedin houses the two heaviest items of expense rather larger. The vivid scarlet of its flora, with a white flower six,inches in

size. are the heating aparatus and ,blossoms has caused it to receive the length, also' fragrant and nightblooming -

The different species and varietiesof the glazing., name of Coral plant. It is tender and and M. dichotoma with yelltf .
flowers smaller than those of M.
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clematis The first would not need to be so easily injured by frost, but does well
are, with very few excep-- Jalapa, are also cultivated, but more
tions, climbers; they are rapid, vigorous costly, as a much smaller boiler or in the open ground during the sum- rarely than the special subject of this

growers, and are desirable wherea furnace would furnish all the heat mer in a partially shaded place.In notice. .

is wanted the in this climate.If South Florida it is grown in the
screen during summer; TilHum Parctalinum.
being deciduous they give no shade glass is used to cover the house, open ground, and although it occa-:
From the
.. ,during the winter. All varieties are it would cost more than at the North. sionally freezes down, it comes up following descriptiontaken

when in bloom But probably a cheaper substitutemay again from the root and on the wholeis from Vick's Magazine, it seems
J.universallyadmired
and several of them also at- be found. Cloth is not very satisfactory one of the prettiest and most desirable probable that this lily might do well
are quite
,
in Florida in shaded local-
i a partially
tractive when the clusters of seeds are ; unless well oiled it is not air ornamental shrubs..
with the soil well
mulched.Of .
ity or
and when oiled
tight, it soon rots out.
grown, as each flower produces a cluster all
The Mirabilis. the California lilies this is
of a dozen or more seed9, each ot Possibly oiled paper may be whatis the that will
only one generally suc-
The Covent Garden Gazette
needed. The experience of a correspondent -I gives
which has a long, feathery plume- ceed with ordinary garden culture.
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of the American Florist as.. the following description of a speciesof
like appendage, the whole giving each But this appears endowed with great
given in the number of July 1st,
may plants which are very commonly and and thrives well in
vigor vitality,
;:cluster the appearance of a ball of throw some light on the subject:
cultivated at the North but are seldom, most localities. Its specific name, par-
feathers. "About five as an experiment -
years ago seen in Florida. It deserves to be dalinum, spotted like a panther, is
.' -These varieties, however, are not I covered a greenhouse 80x11 i particularly appropriate. The fine
,the' ones that bear the most showy feet with oiled paper instead of glass. more generally grown. At the North form and bright colors of.this lily

flowers. The result was very satisfactory ; it it is always treated as an annual, but make it very showy. The plant growsto

did very well for winter and for sum- here the roots live over winter in the a height of four to five feet, with
Of the flowered varieties the
large
mer it has no equal. Fuchsias and
ground and come earlier, three or four distant whorls of leaves.
up grow
most common: and at the same time pansies luxuriate under it in the hot- The with is
blooming season us early
more rapidly and bloom than
one of the very best is Clematis Jack- test weather, and it develops the col- sooner in July, and, as shown in the plate,
of coleas better than I have'ever seedlings:
manii. The flowers on a well-grown ors there are usually six flowers to each
seen them under other conditions. Someof This plant, which is commonly If left undisturbed few
specimen when fully from plant. a yearsa
are
open our truckers here use thousands of known Four O'clock is
as very attrac- very large clump is formed, which
four to six inches across. The color sashes covered with oiled paper; after tive. It feet
I grows two high, has gives a great number of blooms. The
is an intense violet purple, with a rich, I three years it is still good. It will bright foliage, fragrant flowers and fertility of the soil can be kept up bya

velvety appearance. They are bornein not stand fighting. cats or hail, but desirable colors. Set plants, two feet good top dressing of well rotted ma-

such profusion that oftentimes the fifteen inches of snow does not affectit. apart. It makes a nice summer nure in the fall which can be lightly
The material for a sash costs but if in about foot
hedge, set a row a forked in in the spring.
leaves almost hidden.
are entirely
fifty cents and any florist can put apart. Seed should be planted in the Lilium pardalinum belongs to the
The vine increases in size each "
year them together. where the de
open ground plants are Martagon section of lilies, distin-
and an old plant in full bloom is a In this State we do not have any sired. It is one of the most interesting guished by the nodding flowers and

sight to be long remembered. snow and seldom any hail, never to do annuals of the garden, and as beautiful strongly revolute segments, flowersin

any serious injury. as interesting. It is one of the racemes, usually of a

Shipping Out Flowers.In The greatest difficulty in managing night-blooming plants and takes its or:, orange color, and stamens divergfl
glass houses in this climate is that in common name from the fact that it, ing on all sides from the curved style, "
the American Florist for
Sep-- clear weather the sun shining through expands about 4 o'clock in the after- and a few other characteristics. It is

tember 15th, there appears a letter I the glass runs the temperature up too noon; the flowers remain open duringthe :closely associated with L. Canadenseand .

from a florist in California. rapidly, requiring the use of some night, and close in the morning.It I L. superbum of the Atlantic

He reports: that last winter be ship- means to shut out the direct rays of is very fragrant, and this seems States, and with L. Roezlei, L. Colum-

i ped cut flowers from California to the sun the greater part of the year. i more perceptible after sunset, when it, biana and L. Hum boldtii of the Pacific
A covering of oiled paper would not diffuses its perfume for a considerable coast, and also with a considerable
: Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago be liable to this objection and may distance through the air, making, us number of species from European and

successfully. prove to be just what is needed by sensible of its charms when other Asiatic sources, among which may be

If this be true, then being much those who wish to build greenhousesin flowers are lost to sight. The erect mentioned L. Martagon, L. Chalce-
Florida. flowers are about three inches across, donicum and L.tenuifolium. All these
cities
nearer those we might ship
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i .. white and red, or crimson, yellow in have points so strikingly alike as to
.. 'flowers from Florida with still better Busselia
Juncea.
different shades and white and crim- indicate at first sight their similar
.prospects of profit. Oar cut represents this plant grown. son striped, and yellow and crimson origin.In .

The business of growing cut flowers in a large urn or vase, striped, all bright and showy. The its native region L. pardalinum,

for city markets has already reached The picture shows clearly the man plants are easily rais ,from seed sown or Panther Lily, is usually found in
in mid-spring, when the soil has become moist localities, frequently the
on
enormous proportions. That it is a ner of growth of this very desirable
warm; they grow from a foot anda banks of streams and in wet meadows
,profitable business is proven by the basket plant. Still it fails to do it half to two feet in hight, and bloom and it could easily be, introduced in

fact that z every: year the old,.firms justice, as it gives no hin of the bright all through the summer, and until de- .similar,.places. .





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thousand angry serpents followed. I I need not say that by this time I have been here. 98 had been the
71one! Interests. never saw anything so disgusting as was rested, refreshed, and wholly in highest previous to that, and then
a flat-headed, wide-jawed, hissing love with delightful, breezy, lazy, oriental only a few times ; and I have never
BY MBS. E. A. HILL. "gator." (I app a Southerner now). :Florida. Not until I had unit- seen it 90 after sundown. The nights .
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. The average price for them a foot ed with the people in singing Charles are always pleasant. Of course it is
From Illinois to Florida. long is seventy-five cents, and thereare Wesley's soul-moving hymn, "Jesus very hot in the sun and whenever you
men who make a business of cap- Lover of my Soul/] could I realize do not get the breeze, for it is the sea-
PART n. turing them, that other men may cap- that this was the same world I had breeze that makes it so enjoyable here
BY H. C. REEBE. ture the Northern curio-seeker. I am sojourned in but a week before. The in the summer.I .
A whistle and we are in Jackson- told there is no business in Jacksonville minister who is so beloved by his people think I am safe in saying that,
ville at the close of the third day of now suffering so much for want that this is his sixth pasturateyear with a house properly built, one can
travel "Mamma, see there, a ship, of custom as the curiosity shops, and (with an interim between the six be more comfortable the whole year
will be so until there is one good one, in compliance with the rules of the round in Florida than in any other
the said Newton whose
mast .
see giving reasonable prices where thereare M. E. Conference), told us that when part of the United States.
boy's imagination had been feastingall a dozen extortionate ones now. preaching in Chicago he suffered If Mrs. M. W. could have gone to
the May on visions of ships and the Beware, Northern people, there are much loss of time on account of throat St. Augustine with me yesterday, and
St. Johns. "Don't ask me to see deep laid schemes catch your nick- trouble, but here he had not lost a could have seen the beautiful green
anything until I get some sleep," saidI els. Do not, in opposition to your Sabbath for the same reason. This lawns that are in front of.many of the
judgment, pay more than an article is and similar instances without number, houses there, and in the plaza where it.
tired and sea-sick from
too car- worth simply because you are in Flor- I speak well for the lung-healing qualities is always green, summer and winter;
rockings, tunnels, dizzy heights and, ida. The people here know a North of this climate. or if she had to help keep the grass
last but no least, Georgia saw-mills, to erner at sight, and from the speechfor ) 4 out of an orange grove, her doubts
raise my eyes, longing earnestly for a they talk plain English. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. would soon vanish, as to whether she
good supper and a night's rest. But Finding I needed lighter shoes, I "The Truth, the Whole Truth", and could have grass in her door yard or
when the morning sun arose and I visited a shoe store and called for toes Nothing but the Truth.
not.The
found the spell of a tropical country : slippers. A pair were shown me. Editor Home Interests: St. Augustine grass makes 'as
upon me, in company with the family, I "The price?" "One dollar and a I am not from Illinois, but from a handsome a lawn as I have ever seen
I started out sight-seeing and true to, I halt: "Why," said I, "I never pay State that is next door neighbor to it, any place, is easily grown, spreads
my aquatic instinct, we turned ,our over seventy-five cents at the North Indiana; and as the climate, fleas, very rapidly, is short and does not
toward the St. Johns for that make of "Well need decided
steps lovely slipper. etc., are about the same in the two trimming, a advantage.I .
river ; at tho wharf we found moored; you may have them for seventyfivecents. think the reason why so few have
the steamer "City of Jacksonville"and ." Behold I I was a Northerner, States, I shall for Mrs. M. W's benefit grass in their door yards is,. that
the ship "Nassau," from the a people out of whom the Floridiansare give my opinion of Florida as a wherever the orange tree is "monarchof
Bahama Islands,, which came in the supposed to get their living, hencean home, "a place to live and die in ;" all he surveys," grass having long
day before freighted with bananas extortionate price was the correct and shall endeavor to tell "the truth, been considered an enemy to the
She makes semiweekly: trips between thing, provided no objections were the whole truth, and nothing but the growth and well being of that much
Nassau and Jacksonville for the importation offered. (I am dealing in facts now, truth" as far as my. own individualself honored tree, is held in abeyance by
of this delicious fruit. Al- and if they grind, let the Florida is concerned.I the invitable "hoe" of the owner.
though the first week in March men people change their tactics, and live came to the "Land of Flowers"two The remedy then is, do not have:
are wearing straw hats and ladies carrying more at home and less on Northern years ago last June ; so having orange trees near your house, only
sunshades ; and as my wool capital, if they wish to keep the respect spent two winters and three summers, oaks and ornamental trees, and you
traveling dress was unbearable, I of the North. I desire nothing : including the coldest winter in fifty years can have a door yard that will be "a
started in search of a dry goods store, more than the prosperity of Florida, and hottest summer ever known, I have thing of beauty and a joy forever."
in the middle, as it would be North, for I am a resident here now and for had a fair chance of knowing what As to flies, we have not found themas
of the afternoon. [In the South it is ever; but no one can help seeing Florida can produce in the way of bad as they were at the North.
'always: morning until it is evening. through the thin coat of white-wash climate, and I can truthfully say I Gnats or sand flies are bad at times,
"The evening and the morning were that "fixes up for the Northerners in would not go back to Indiana to live.I out they mostly bother those workingout
the first day.-ED.] the fall." Keep fixed all the time, in came in June because I wanted to of doors, do not come into' the
A lady advised, before I started, to every branch of business and see if see what Florida was like in summer.I house. I have never seen as many
buy the cheapest, thinnest stuff could you do not feel a greater sense of that knew I should be pleased with it as a fleas here, as I have when visiting in
find, for the perspiration would take self-respect that always accompanies winter home, but was not so sure of the country in Indiana. Mosquitoes
the color out ; so I bought seven yards legitimate prosperity. "Advice is the summer, for like most ,everyone are bad during the summer, but we
of five cent calico for a Mother Hub- cheap," you say. Well, your taking at the North, I thought if it was hot have wire screens in all the doors and
bard dress to wear for comfort in my it or letting it alone does not destroythe up there during the summer months, windows so they do not trouble us.
room. Having made my purchase I fact of its wholesomeness, so you in Florida it must be a great deal There are snakes of course in .every
stepped out doors, when 101! it was have your choice.) hotter. I determined to see for my- new country; there are snakes in Florida -
dark ; what could it mean ? I was Sabbath we attended Trinity M. E. self how it was, and so I think should lots of them I expect, but I am
startled for a moment until I remembered Church, the membership of which is every one who contemplates making a not anxious to see them, so I don't
that I was in the tropics, henceno mostly of the Northern element; in change ; see first, if possible, whether hunt them up. Have never seen a
twilight, but darkness comes fact Jacksonville is distinctly a Northern you would like Florida for a home, rattlesnake,though I have heard: of
on. with one stride. The next day city, even though the sub-tropical not through the papers or by what them being in the neighborhood. We
I made that dress, and found such emporium of commerce. The preva- some one says about it,. but with your have pine woods all around us, and
solid comfort in it that I could lence of black silk dresses was so node- own eyes. are near a "creek" and a "branch," so
not always be induced to leave it able that I concluded the female part I expected to return within a month if they were plentiful, they would certainly -
(t home when I went on the streets, but of the audience were mostly tourists, when I came, but was so well pleasedI come our way. We have killed
with the addition of a ribbon belt as it is generally supposed that a stayed, and hope to pass the rest of three harmless ones on our place this .
made it do service for many a long black silk, being both servicable and my life in the "Sunny South." summer, that is all. I don't call that
4 walk in a city where I was, and would elegant, is the dress suit of all lady I came on account of my health.I very bad for snakes.I .
be for a long time, a stranger. We 'tourists of whatever nationality;< by i felt that I could not endure another see my arguments are all ''pro's"
have borrowed the fashion of the .subsequent inquiry I found my calculation winter North. It gives me the hor- I will close and let some one else give
Mother Hubbard from the Sandwich was correct. The hotels were rors even now when I think of that the "cons" for of course there will.be
Islands; and oh 1 the comfort of sucha overflowing, many havingjust arrived, last cold winter, with the mercury so some. It would not do for everyone
garment in a tropical country. Long thus "flanking the blizzards" of the often below zero, and the deep, deep to likES Florida as well as I do, there
live the Mother Hubbard I 'Northern March. snow.. would not be standing room left.
The next day being Saturday, and The Sabbath before, we had attended I like the summers here, for they are In my next letter I will tell something -
not caring to assume any cares until a church warmed by steam; windows longer than at the North, and more about this part of the State, as
rested,we spent the day sightseeing.Some closed, air stifling, so much so days of steady warm weatfier. It never nothing has been yet written that I
hideous alligators (if you say we were compelled to leave before the gets as hot as it does there. have seen. "JASMINE.- .
"aligator" you are a Northerner, but services closed; here the doors and Now, that seems a strange assertionto Moultrie, Fla. .. .
if ,you say "gator," you are a South- windows were all open, admitting in make and it is hard for those who LEMON CooKI: .-One large ,cup
erner), in the window of a curiosity abundance of the soft, balmy sea- have never been here to believe, but of sugar, half a cup butter,hair'a teaspoonful -
shop attracted the children, who, true breeze for which the climate of Florida it is true, nevertheless.Our soda dissolved in two tea-
to childish instinct, wanted to poke is so justly noted. The warmth of thermometer registered 100 spoonful ff hot water, flavor with
with a cane. Snap went the ,teeth the sun was electrifying, and. .the for about an hour one day, and that lemon;just flour enough to roll, roll
together, and a hissing noise like ten change very, very agreeable. was the first and only time since we thin, bake in quick oven.OaroBD .




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822. THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. OCTOBER 3, 1887.

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.EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT., were conspicuous by their absence as arrive in San Francisco by September. Home in Florida."To .
-T Florida and Georgia were by their I There are not in all Japan 60,000 make To weans a happy and fire-side wife.dine,
A, H. MANVILLE, Editor. That's the true pathos and sublime,
. full delegations. prange trees fit for exportation. Of human life.
Contents. I The following gentlemen from Flor- The same authority advises Florida Volumes have been written about

THE GROVE-Japanese Oranges,a DescrIption ida were in attendance, a number of planters to ''go slow" on the Japan I Florida as a permanent home, its
rieties of by Japan a California Orange Gardens,Nurseryman and Va- 81I them being accredited delegates: orange taking the highly colored ac I I health, opportunities for financial bet-
NUT TREEs-The Japan Chestnut; The I) Dudley W. Adams, Taugierine; ex- counts with liberal grains of allow- terment, and social advantages have
Japan Chestnut Giant Chestnut; Variation; The in True Seedling Ja- Governor Safford, Tarpon Springs; ance,.which is good advice regardingany been exhaustively set forth. But thereis
flu Trees.......M....-.............................. 816 Seff fruit that is introduced for
Prof. W. G. R. W.
Tousey, er; being a phase of this subject that has
VINEYARD-Grape Grape Compared with Queries Others; The; Raisin Ives Pierce, Indian Springs; Dr. Hawks, the first time. New fruits are apt to scarcely been touched upon in the
Grape; Potash for Vlnes...................._ 817
Hawks Park; Messrs E. T. Field and come in with a boom; this cannot be immigration literature of Florida.
THE FARM-Cotton Seed Meal Fertilizer;
Panlcum Grus-galli; Live Willows for Ezra A. O born (of cocoanut fame), avoided and may be based on real The prospective settler can ascertain
Fence Posts Clearing Land of Peren-
nial Weeds;;An Adept on Sugar Cane; Lake Worth; Major O. P. Rooks, merit or be simply the speculativeeffort from entirely reliable and authentic
in the South To Tobacco
Boiling Growers _......................;.........?............... 818 Gardenia; Thos. P. Frank, Norwalk; of careless nurserymen. Planters sources, before visiting the State, the
THE rieties GARDEN for-Home Strawberries use; The,the Pepinoor best Va- and A. H. Manville, Jacksonville.Mr. should not be carried away with character of its soil, climate and productions -

Culture Melon Pear; Moles at; Manatee Cauliflower.; Changes.__.......in_ 819 Adams, well known to the readersof Rowing accounts ; plant everything, ; the peculiar features and ad-
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTuRE-Clematis the DISPATCH, was elected vice- but a few on trial of such varieties as vantages of the several sections, the
Jackmanll Shipping Cut Flowers;
llusselia Juncea; ; The Mlrabilis; Lil- president for Florida. have not been thoroughly tested under opportunities for industry or in-
inm Pardaiinnm........................ ..._.. 820 open
HOME INTERESTS-From Illinois to Flor- Every one of our readers will rejoice similar conditions to those you are vestment and the profits that may

Nothing ida; The but Truth the, the Truth.whole......Truth........:.,_and...... 821 at the election of.'Mr. P. J. prepared to give them. reasonably be expected therefrom; he
EDITORIAL-Contents;The American Po- Berckmans, of Augusta, Georgia, as Our correspondent continues: '"Con knows before'he gets here who his
mological Society; Japan Fruits in
America; Home in Florida................... 822 president and successor to Mr. Wilder. cerning the Japanese oranges, their neighbor r will be ai.d how he will like
METEOROLOGICAL. .... ...... ...... ......... 823
!Mr. Berckmans may truly be said to planting should not be advocated en them, what advantages he will have
PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT....... ...... 823
:MARKETING-The Florida Orange Auc- represent Florida as well as Georgia, masse until their relative merits have for schooling his children and the
;tion and our Forwarding Fruit; California Company Navels.; Marketing ..-. 824 I for he is well known throughout the been tested. The flavor, especially of character of religious services he can

l\IIsCKLLANy-Orange Sherry made from Wine Sweet an Oranges Excellent 825 I State, and to no one are-we more,indebted the fiat varieties, is so essentially different attend on Sunday. In other words,

STATE ITEMS... ...... ..... ...... ..... ...... 826CALIFORNIACaUfomla for the progress we have madein from the Florida and Lo the head of the family is satisfied, in
Notes....?..._...... 827
THE NURSERY-The "Budding" Patent.. 828 horticulture.In Angeles oranges that it may not be advance of his coming, with the daily
view of the probable meeting of relished by those used to the lusciousFlorida routine of his occupation in the new
The American Pomologfical Society the American Horticultural Societyin fruit. To my individual taste country as well as with the broader

Probably no association in the world Florida in February next ((1888)), these flat oranges, such as the Unshiu, outlines of the new life and its prom-
has done more for the promotion of it is especially gratifying that the and all others. are rather insipid.. ise of success.
-
fruit growing than the American American Pomologicai Society has "Citrus trifoliata might With the home-seeker's wife the

Pomological Society, organized over also appointed its next meeting for prove a good thing as a stock on ac case is far different, health and social
.' forty years ago. It has acquired a Florida during the ensuing February count of its great hardiness, as was advantages are important factors in
world-wide reputation, and has been ((1889)). Our fruit growers will have the Japanese pear stock for the Le the home life, but not all of it; in fact
the model after which many similar opportunity of learning a great deal Conte, etc." Our correspondent prob- but a small part of it, and* the rest
societies, both in this country and in from the distinguished horticulturiststhat ably means, "and the Le Conte, etc." she must take "sight unseen." What
Europe, have been organized. Its will visit us, and it will afford us Of Japan fruits in general, he says: the daily round of her work will be,
reports and biennially revised .catalogue the best possible opportunity to adver- "There is not the slightest doubt in the conditions of domestic life, and
of the fruits of America, afforda tise our resources for gardening and my mind that the climate of Florida the difficulties she must surmount,
fruit to the world at and all the Gulf Coast States is iden-
wonderful mine of information regarding -! growing large. the disadvantages she must put up
fruits and fruit growing and tical with the climate of Nippon or with and the privations she must en-
are everywhere accepted as authority Japan Fruit in America.A Japan proper, and that all, and every dure-of this she knows nothing. And

American\ Pomology.The correspondent who is familiar fruit and plant produced there, would upon this, to her, all important sub-
recent biennial session of this with Japan and is well up in the po- flourish in those States; they are the ject- Florida literature affords- her no

society, held in Boston on the 14th, mology of that interesting country as fittest home for the Oriental fruits information.
15th and 16th of September, ultimo, well as in the behavior of the Japan more so than our own State," [Cali- To the true woman husband home

was one of unusual interest.; being..., the fruits which have been disseminated fornia.] and she finds contentment where their
first session held since the death of its throughout this country, in a personal "The so-called Blood Plum" is, in common weal leads him in his bread-
', life president the Hon. Marshall P. letter tn.the editor ofthis paper takes Japan, called the Uwase or Shira-ta- winning strife. Many thousands of
it the occasion of occasion to call attention to the following Bene. The leaves such noble wives be
,, Wilder, was appro- are green, slightly are to found in
priate tributes to this great and good item recently copied into the serrated, elongated, the bark like that Florida, the land of their adoption.But .
: man who founded the society, as well DISPATCH from a California exchange of any other plum tree, but the fruitis it must be confessed that it was

as of the election of his successor; it : dark on the outside, and the flesh is I with grave misgivings that many of
also marked a new departure in the A cargo of 60,000 orange trees from deep red; pit small!, not a free stone; a I them left friends and kindred and the
history of the society, namely: the China, and 90,000 trees and shrubs most productive .bearer."I old home with hallowed associations ..
that ,are indigenous to Japan persimmon -
: greater recognition of the South and and chestnut trees, camellias and have found by experience that and pleasant environments to begin
its Wonderful capabilities for fruitgrowing. tea plan, are expected to reach San the best time to ship trees to your life anew in a distant land.
Francisco about September 1st. State, and to plant there is the monthsof In all new countries the burdens of
The society convened in one of the Concerning the absurdity of this December and January; do not life fall disproportionately heavy

halls in the immense Mechanics' manifesto, erroneous, not to say fraud- plant later than January if you can upon women-kind. The house-wife is
Charitable Association building, the ulent statement, our correspondent possibly avoid it." deprived of society and the associations
horticultural hall being too remote who is a resident of Californiaand In our Orange Grove Departmentin wont to give pleasant occupationto
from the exhibit of fruits and flowers has spent much time in Japan this issue, we give an extended account the mind, the dwelling is perhaps

held under the joint auspices of the says : "Every, educated nurseryman of the various Japan oranges comfortless and unattractive and its
,Massachusetts Horticultural Society. knows that it is an impossibility to from the pen of our correspondentMr. surroundings cheerless, her labors are
Representatives were present from ship deciduous trees, such as persimmons H: H. Berger, the well known increased and the facilities of accom-

most States, and the Meetings were and chestnuts,'in the middle of importer of Japan trees and plants, of plishing them diminished. Unless especial -

well attended.. The Pacific, States the summer heat, so as to have them San Francisco. thought be given the subject
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and provision made for her relief, California Did It. PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. A New Japanese Nursery.

life is anything but pleasant. Under And now comes the FLORIDA: DISPATCH Much attention is now being paid to
and charges that Californiagot CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher, the importation of Japanese plants, seeds
such circumstances can we wonder and trees for trial in California. For a
up that report on the orange queStion THE FLORIDA DISPATCHIs
number of there has been consid-
that she pines for the land from years
recently issued by the Italian a 24-page weekly devoted to AGRICULTURE, erable traffic of this kind, but the inter-
. whence she came? The man, on the ministry, and that it was a sharp advertising HORTICULTURE HOME INTERESTS, INDUSTRY in FLORIDA., IMMIGRATIONand est seems to be widening. Mr. S. L.

other .band, finds companship in his dodge on the part of California Goldman, the originator and former
Terms of Subscription. manager of the Japanese TreeImportingCo.
work mates,.and full scope for his faculties to induce the Italian govern-Well Two Dollars per in advance, postpaidto ., has just started a new company
in ment to issue such a report. any part of the United States or Canada under the name of Oriental ImportingCo.
clearing, fencing, buildingand really, the DISPATCH ought to give tO foreign countries comprised in Postal ., with its office at 120 Sutter street,
carving for himself a place from Union,Two Dollars and Fifty cents. 77 and at the store of the
California credit for having a brainyset The date when the subscription expires is room a depot
the wilderness. This disparity is not of people. They not only manage 1 on the Address Label of each paper, the well known seed merchants, Trumb@} '
change of which to a subsequent date be- & Beebe, 419 to 421 Sansom street. The
always apparent in the degree indicated i their own affairs in a ma terly manner, comes a receipt for remittance.. No other receipt new company also controls Mr. Gold- .

but circumstances tend that way, but they get control l of the New Or- is paper sent unless is stopped requested.The at expiration of the man's old nursery at Vacaville, and a
leans World's Fair and get away with subscription, unless previously renewed. new one in San Rafael with three hothouses -
and it is apt to be felt to a greater degree and the When a change of address is desired, both lattice-house and packing-room,
the works as against Florida the old and new addresses should be given. I
or Jess extent, unless a special world on citrus fruits. They also N which is just being fitted up. The workis
Remittancesat to be done entirely by experienced
effort be made to avoid it. manage the railroads of the countryto Japanese gardeners. See advertisementin
the risk of the sender unless made by
Florida has come to be generally such an extent that California registered letter or by check, express order, another column.No .
oranges are sent to the Atlantic Statesat or postal order, payable to CHAS. W. DA- 4
regarded as, an exceptionally hard than be COSTA, Publisher of the Florida Dispatch, better endorsement was ever given
a cheaper rate they can
country women this dictum has any article than to have over one hundrededitors
upon ; sent by Florida. They have also got To Advertisers.The of leading agricultural journalstest

ever been accepted by our own people, the ear of the people of the United DISPATCH is THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL it personallY and recommend it edi-
JOURNAL OF THIS STATE and has a
who should have known better and States so that thousands of tourists large circulation in Florida and throughoutthe toriaqy. The ETERPRISE MEAT CHOPPERS -
United States and foreign countries have had this endorsement. We
L 55 ;would have known better if they had visit California where scores go to wherever the, \interest is turned Southward.It I i refer our readers to the advertisementon
Florida. control the is ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS -
They orange
used their eyes and ears. This fallacy IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Es- back page and advise all needing a
market so that choice Riverside tate,Nurseries, Transportation lines, Banks, chopper to order one of these valuable
I
may have originated from the greater 'Washington Navels command six dol- Hotels, and those branches wherein it is desIrable machines from their hardware dealer,
to reach our winter visitors or our
attention drawn to the matter here lars to seven dollars per box in Chi rapidly increasing permanent population. and have no other.. .

than elsewhere, owing to the unusual cago while the best Floridas sell at A Strong Recommendation.Mr. .
four dollars. And to the Advertising Rates
intelligence of our "new comers, or it now, cap D. C. Hooks, Walnut Grove,
climax have taken contract to $1.00 per inch first insertion cents per
may have been due to the very different they a inch for each subsequent insertion. Miss., writes: "I have been usingHughes'
run the Italian government, and according Tonic for some time past for
conditions of life here as com to the DISPATCH, they are i Preferred Positions. ,Next Reading or on Cover: chills.and fever, and unhesitatingly'say

pared with life in the West, or other doing it successfully. What a people I $1.40 per inch first insertion; 70 cents per it is the best remedy I have ever used. I
inch for each subsequent Insertion. could name a number of others who
frontier sections. However this may We take the above from a recent 10 per cent. off on 3 months' contracts. have been benefited by taking this
"
20 6
on
be, it has grown to be a popular preju- Press and Horticulturist, of Riverside, 30 on 12 u. Tonic." ..
Advertisements JJUST be acceptable in
Cal. From an editorial that appears EVERY respect. Reliable
dice.That THE FLORIDA DISPATCH is sent free to
it is purely a prejudice, with- elsewhere in this issue it will be seen tho;e who advertise in it,as long as adver- Information concerning Florida-its

out foundation in fact, id already that in addition to the foregoing ac- tisement continues.Address resources can be obtained, advantages from, attractions our descriptive, etc.,

shown in the series of articles that complishments California has beenon CHAS. W. DACOSTA Jacksonville, Publisher Flork,a. pamphlet now in press.: This book does

for the last not paint Florida in the flowery languageof
have been running two the of
( unquestionable authority
land but tells of
the speculator, thingsas
The attention of readers is calledto
,months in the "Home Interests' department California our exist.' Price mail 10
the press) annually importing the advertisement in another columnof they actually by

of the DISPATCH. Here we from Japan more orange trees Chas. JM. Davidson & Co., Commis- cents; per dozen $! Address: FLORIDA

have'the incontrovertible testimony of than that island has ever grown in a sion have Merchants the reputation, Charlotte of being, N. -C.a reliable They AGRICULTURIST, DeLand.. .. Fla.

the women themselves, that Florida single year firm. Wanted.
KH 81,000,000 worth of paying orange or
life, is not fought'with exceptionable We acknowledge an invitation to That valuable monthly journal, Peck's cocoanut groves.;
hardships for the gentler sex, that Farmer and Grape Grower, published at We can dispose of them in the next six
attend the Illinois State Fair which
months without Groves
in this State have Charlottesville, Virginia, has recently advertising.
women pioneers has been in session during the past been enlarged and much improved, and must pay from 13 to 15 per cent. on ask-
fewer difficulties and discouragements week. the subscription price reduced from Si ing price. Write us at once for particulars. -
contend with than in other HHMeteorological. to 5(\ cents a year. We want the largest and best
to new
*-.-. groves in the State. Address,
States, and that under the ameliorating We would call the attention of those THE SOUTH APOPKA LAND AND IMP.CO.
I. having ripe to OCOE, Orange Co., Fla.
orange growers
influence of increasing wealth t :; a I oranges
: aag113a .
t *- -
the advertisement of C. N. Porter & Co.,
and population, home life is becoming : albs 9 JO'B.taAV ;,UOUWWC. ;, rpsS.A of Atlanta in another column. The firm A Home iu Florida.

more-- agreeable to the women folks of rpsU want consignmentsof; oranges, particu- Your attention is called to the offer ofa
88ber larly during the Exposition. lot in Macedonia City, and a year's sub-
the household here in Florida than in JACX8ONVII.I.E.FLA 1 P1mujIc' I 1d;001.0 ,...1: 0 -.H scription to a leading paper of this State.
.
more northern regions, from whenceour Those of our market gardeners who for $4. Macedonia City is fifteen miles
.mpmQ OBSERVATION :! Signa Signas want fresh tomato seed we would refer south of the terminus of the Florida
women came. 'atl3olaA 1 00 O 00:O 00 COO them to the advertisement of A. \Y. Southern R. R., at Trabue,and overlooksthe

The talented and experienced editorof '= -" -- CorporalSigna Livingston's Sons, of Columbus, Ohio, far-famed bay of Charlotte Harbor,
!\ A. .1IOno.UJC1.. I WWW and send for their catalogue. The cata- the most magnificent sheet of water in
V our home department, :deserves ZZZ7.; : Corporal logue for 1888'will be issued about De- the South. An unparalleled offer. For
great credit for her efforts in illicting 8. I I cember 1st. A number of the gardenersof copies of paper and for full particulars,
OFFICEOF U. this State have used their seed with address THE EQUATOR PUB. Co.,
this expression from Florida's women :Ending EndingSepte OFFICE ..sq'lpa.lp1Iuq0. good. results. Key West, Fla.
pus saqouj nj E, .oH'rEE+ level.r; .
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on the inner phases of home-life in eekEnding 18111'B.I' Ai1BI sealevel. > <
TOWNSEND Are you a sufferer from Malaria? If Tan Epps Howard Euatls,Fla.
Florida; it forever refutes the cal- SERVICE' tosea you are, you will be anxious to get rid of Grove contractor and agent. Land

..... it. Please notice what is said from timeto cleared with and taken
umny) that "Florida is no place for AI1gagalq I .... to,.. -t set orange trees
t3 -,. .: QO 88 .::- time in this paper about Shallenber- care of. Trees furnished. Taxes paid.
women,"' and affords information not s* I I giQ ;;; ger's Antidote for :Malaria, and particu- Satisfaction guaranteed. Terms moderate. -

elsewhere obtainable and of great I} H o mnml11Ut ,I I I0I0: ;ttm m as,d H H larly what is said by those who have ...
used the medicine. We give the addressof
value to those thinking of making a o S- mmtx'8N CIO aoo.c,.. .=...aoooC' o:) 0000 each, and invite you to write them if Guavas Wanted.
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home in Florida. It should have a a 8.QOI -Q you doubt the authenticity. The medi- Will pay highest market price. Writeus .
I QO cine is certain to cure and is always before .
permanent place in the library of information tf .Ialewolsg, 88822SS2u: gD.: safe. you engaging your crop.LlTTLEFJELD &

concerning this State. 13;; Ai1gQ 1IBaN I gii 3 c oQi ,i ;::0 Ie -..**.- Jacksonville TEERE, Fla., .

_.. .. _o Washington Naval, Jaffa and Tangierine. .. ... '
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Will Inquirer of Cincinnati, o CD ;:: : :: : .: asa 0 Strong, thrifty buds on sour stocks, Choice varieties of all kinds of Fruit

0. whose questions we answered i in.ouriasue -o :,, :: :. :. 29Frldav .d m c three quarters to two inches in diameter. Trees. For free catalogue' ] address,
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s.4 :.c.tI.OI'O. .Q. at prices usually asked for much smaller. CHAS. KELLER,
of the 26th ultimo, kindly .0 Q) 23. 27d y I'I Also Noonan Improved or Mobile: Strawberry Texas Hill Nursery Monticello, Fla.

1 favor UB with his address, which we i -E C) toO Frldav 2Saturda Saturda SaturdaSunday;Sunday SundayMonday Monday MondayTuesday Tuesday TuesdayWednes:S Wednes WednesThursda Thursda :od.d bI:::: x W plants. at WILLIAMS$2 per thousand.& HUBBARD. Send postal! to Altamonte. .-. N unmrieSAl-" "'

have lost?
inadvertantly :! )! ) 1 Crescent City, Fin. tamonttf, Orange Co.,Fla.,for catalogue.
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house holds out these inducements to growers that new schemes are better further the interests of the fruit grow
JVI eb Ilg.H the buyers at the North, then tell us than old ones and experiment better ers, in different portions of the State,
\ .( -. growers, your consignors, what induce- than experience, and that a changefor but we note that they severally adopt >
'Forthe' ments you can offer us to become the sake of change is desirable. It I and give prominence to some portion
II' ',' FLORIDA,. DISPATCH. your consignors. To be honest with does not seem very difficult to get up of the system of the Fruit Exchange,
1".The, Florida Orange ,Auction and the shippers, you must acquaint them most excellent plans. on paper, plans and we, also note that each and all M'of
Forwarding Company with the fact that you expect to sell which their promoters think are sure them can find embodied in the system
: :, Do. tell me, Mr. Editor, what you their fruit for less than it would sell to succeed, if people will only see into of the Fruit Exchange every point
!know; about this new organization? for in Northern cities. Under such them. There are almost as many which they bring forward as worthyof
:" My rural 'position precludes the possibility circumstances you cannot expect to plans on foot for handling the orange adoption.If .
:' :of more' than a crude estimate receive consignments.There crop as there are' medicines to cure all these associations would act in
Ji',' .of.its propositions, unless, judge by is but one way to help the disease. concert, and become sections or
its name, in which case it must be a growers of Florida, and that is to. Some of our newspapers have remarked branches of the Fruit Exchange, work-
:phenomenal 'leviathan build extensive and safe warehousesin that none of the plans hereto- ing through a common and central
-..' 11 Individually' we feelour, weakness which to preserve the fruit so it fore tried have proved entirely satis- agency, their power for good wouldbe
I:',.".andlnability' ,: to cope with the combinations can be held back for shipment at such factory. May this not be said of so greatly enlarged that the fruit
_h ,, rings and rascals, that have times as the market demands it. A all plans and schemes. Our boasted business could be made an assured
i 'slaughtered our products, themselves part of the crop must be held for the Constitution of the United States has success.
eating the grain. ,and leaving us the summer's trade, or else it will glut the already required as many amendmentsas We are satisfied that the Fruit Ex-
-. .husks market in winter and break down there were original articles. Every change, with its enlarged powers and
I i. Organization, is our only "city of and ruin prices. We have more fruit State obliged to revise or amend its chartered privileges, affords to-day to
refuge and the principle of the great- than can be sold in winter time. Constitution from time to time, and fruit growers of Florida the best solu-
'est1' !good to the greatest number must The time for selling must be extended our legislatures are periodically en- tion of this problem they are discuss-
not, focalize 'in that greatest number through the summer months in gaged in altering or enacting laws. ing, of how best to market our fruits.
? number It therefore of arise As its shares have been reduced to 81W-! *'
"?.i being: one. order to enable the grower to unloadour must necessity
,We the Mr. More- that for market- and to one the fruit
saw! feasibility of immense crops or else the orange any plans or system are open every ,
.1,'men's' home market,together with cold business is a failure.To ing bur fruit, being based on sound growers can give such direction to its
,,*''lstO "age'w preserve the crop so thatit crowd thousands of car-loads of principles, must be proved and per operations as in the wisdom of the ma-
could be held back during gluts, oranges into Jacksonville, to be hand- fected by long experience and actual jority may seem best.
and .not offered until the market was led and rehandled, assorted and packed trial. The impatient fruit growers, FRUIT GROWER.
,', Jrig t.The., with the great loss by rotting, etc., however, demand immediate and per Orange Lake, September. 29, 1837.
': ., practicability of such an enterprise with no assurance of buyers at any fect success. They are unwilling to For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
is no venture, as is shown in price, is suicidal. wait for one trial or repeated trials in California Navels.In .,
California's' eminent-success with cold Then we must reasonably expect order to amend the defects or increasethe the DISPATCH of August 8th
'storage.. Her growers are prosperous that much of this fruit will have to be efficiency of existing plans. there is an article under the above
now: whilst Florida's are barely pros- reloaded into cars and shipped northto When in 1884 the crop had becomeof heading that deserves a little more
pectively so. California pears of last run the gauntlett, a la Fruit Ex- great importance, and the season's ventilation. The question whetherthe
season have. been selling in New York change.The marketing was felt to be very unsatis- navels referred to really sold forth
from cold storage establishments, Fruit Exchange, perhaps, did 1 factory, there was a general feeling money named, is one that interestsall
where, they had been kept for six the best it could under all the circum- that more system and a greater degreeof Florida orange growers. The
months and the winter at must be introducedinto to the Pimu-Union
through stances, perhaps there was bad man- responsibility special dispatch ,
$1.50 to $2 per, dozen, and it 8a: well agement. I would not kill it for whatit the orange business, or it would sent by Messrs. Agobel & Day, of
known fact that California has had has done, nor for what it has not become too unprofitable to be carriedon. New York, left the impression on the
the exclusive benefit of the whole sum- done, it can be reorganized under a The first thing of importance to minds of all parties who read it, that
m Z1J:' 'sales of their last winter's oranges new regime, with cold storage and be done was admittedly to procure a the whole carload of California na-
from cold_storage in New York, and other progressive adjuncts, and yet bea union of action among the fruit growers. vels sold for seven dollars per box. I
other Eastern and Western markets, Moses to these anxious, depressedand The Fruit Exchange was organ- should like to see that dispatch re-
realizing fabulous prices for the same. discouraged Florida, orange grow- ized by fruit growers, and a general ,produced. If there was any subse-
If"these are facts, and who doubts it? co-operation invited of all who were quent dispatch that stated the real
: then i it is our province, and our duty, ersI say again, look at California.Are interested in fruit growing. Had this price sold for, T never saw it. Messrs.
: to imitate her examples by erecting her orange growers depressed? been done, the Exchange would have Coleman & Co., the consignees, say:
.It: cold storage plants at all central points, No. become at once a powerful factor in "On arrival some boxes did not opento
..' hold the fruit until I the control of the market but under satisfaction and
.so we can safely Are her oranges as good as ours? ; our we voluntarily
the demand indicates its readiness for. No. the influence of the commission men, deducted $2 per box." Now let us
:the supply, Is she not two thousand miles fur who saw in ,the movement the with- see what the facts were. According to
?-i Jacksonville should be the great ther from market than Florida? drawal of much of their business, and my commission merchant, Mr. W. J.
central point for collecting and accumulating Does she not pay for water for irri- coupled with the disposition to wait Duncan, 112 Warren street New
such fruit in cold storage, gation, whilst ours is free? for assurance of success, the larger York, a man in whom I have implicit
.J(from, thence all fast trains would, and Will her oranges compete in the portion of the fruit growers held aloof confidence, and who stands as high as
:no doubt will start. market side by side with ours? No. from the Exchange, and continued to any commission house in the city,says:
: :But is not details but follow the old methods. Naturally "The the
; my purpose Are not our trees more healthy than a parties receiving consign-
( general outlines, and enough. has al- their ? system of operations based upon the ment went and saw many of the
t ready been said to lay the foundationfor Do they not fruit better? united action of the fruit growers, was prominent fruit dealers before arrival
what I deem a merited criticism of Then, why are they making money delayed and crippled. Yet, the cor- and engaged the oranges at seven dollars -
this spread-eagle christened enterprisedestined out of orange growing'whilst we growers rectness of the lines on which the per box. When the fruit arrivedthe
no doubt to supercede the are starving in Florida? Fruit Exchange was based had to be orders were filled, but the buyers
Fruit Exchange, having all ,the objectionable Be our own plain answer this: admitted, and criticism centred on would not keep them at seven dollars,
J., features of the latter, and They have the energy, the vim, the some of i its features only; for instance, when the matter was adjusted by dropping '
less to commend itself to the mind of indomitable will, the enterprise, thatis the sales of fruit by auction in New to six dollars. Then as the fruit
the practical thinker. necessary not only to grow their York. It was admitted that all the was poor and did not give satisfaction,
At best, it is but a commission fruit, but to preserve it until the foreign fruit was sold in this manner, there was another adjustment, and this
house, established at a point far re- market is ready, and then to ship but the critic at his grove, with no time to five dollars per box. My in-
moved from the market, with a forlorn right, and then to sell right. In this experience or personal knowledge cf formant is Mr. Pierce, of McDowd,
hope that the buyer will come lies her success, and the same modus the subject, thought he knew that this Pierce & Co., corner of Washingtonand
one thousand miles to buy what he operandi will insure Florida's success.B. was all wrong. But as time passed, Warren streets. The box I sent
can. get at home at a less price. F. LIVINGSTON.Waldo the critics of the auction system found you, I bought of that firm, and I pre-
What inducements can they offer ,Fla.,September 19,1887 that: the Delaware peach raisers and sume were as good as any in the lot of
the buyer that will induce him to .H 1 the California fruit growers sent all fifty boxes. Mr. Pierce told me to-
leave his home and business for weeks For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. their fruit to auction, and found profit day that they lost money on the lot at
'at a time and incur the expense and Marketing our Fruit. and advantage In doing so. five dollars per box, while he bought
\ .. fatigue of a long journey, except it be The subject of marketing our fruit The same reason which, in 1884,. Indian Rivers of your shipment at
that he will be able to buy much comes up very regularly at this season impelled the fruit growers to form the seven dollars per box, and wanted
cheaper in Jacksonville than in New with all the freshness of a new and Fruit Exchange, seems to us to still more of the same kind."
York or other cities north.If unconsidered subject. There seems to exist in a more urgent degree. We The only object I have in pursuing
this. Jacksonville Commission. be an impression among many fruit observe several awociations formed to this subject any further is to get"at the
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' facts regarding the price of California next held up the amber fluid to the PATENT PROTECTING CLOTH': :

oranges as compared to our own fruit. light, viewing it critically, and then 800,000 ACRES ,>

' The above settles one thing conclu- sipped with slow and reflective dis ;

sively, and that is, that our fruit is su cernment. FLORIDA LANDSSituated

perior to the best of the California I Smiling approvingly, he forthwith ---""M .r.\\ ::-

I brand. Messrs. Pierce, McDowd & pronounced it a fine table wine, sug- in the Counties of Nassau, Duval, =- : .,---_ ,

I Co., bought California oranges at five gestive of a choice brand of sherry, Columbia, Suwanee,Alachua,Lafayette Volusia Ma- For Florists, Gardeners, Farmers, etc.,supersedes -
rion, Hernando
Sumter glass at one-tenth the cost on cold
l dollars and lost money on them; they and his astonishment may be con- Mom, Polk, Hlllsborough, Manatee and frames,hot-beds,,etc. Unequaled for

bought Indian river oranges at seven ceived when informed that it was, according TOBACCO PLANT BEDS.
Monroe.TOWN
dollars a box and made on to his wine
money persuasion, no at LOTSIn Promotes hardy.rapid growth. Used and ,:
.them. The fact is the kernel of the all, but merely a bewitching combi endorsed by leading growers. Also water- '1
the Towns of Kissimmee,Winter Haven for all farm
.whole H. proof covers purposes.
matter. S. WILLIAMS. nation of sugar and sweet orange Gordonville,Bartow,Anbnrndale, Lakeland, Circulars and samples free. "
i Brevard,N.C September 18,1887.JVEscellaiieous.. juice. It is scarcely to add Seffher, Mango,Orient Eagle Lake Haskell U., S. Waterproofing Fibre Co. (Limited),
neeessary dwensboroand
Kathleen, Rlchland, Bade City,
;50 South St., New York.
that the old gentleman's views on the Pemberton.A .

(. \ wine question, became so far modified location Map of and these Descriptive lands will Notes be furnished showing the on s a ojP Jffi T 1 M iflff ar 0

as to lead him to accept an exceptionin application to the Land Department of the Cooler BUYERS' CUIDE.
South Florida Railroad Company. pl&tea, 1OO engravings
favor of that made from the sweet of different breeds prices ther are
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. GEO. Fox worth and where to bay them.
ORANGE WINE. orange, and engage in a small way, in Mailed for 15 Cents.
the manufacture of it himself. He Chief Clerk, ASSOCIATED FANCIERS,
St.
237 8.:Eighth Phitablpiila,fa j
An Excellent Sherry made from complains, however, that the sugar SANFORD, FLA.
Sweet Oranges. brought from the North, being of Buy Direct from the Factoryand -1:i

One morning, during the Horatian doubtful origin, does not give as satis- JEADACHCDR. Save-1\Ioney.

days of the New York Tribune; the factory results as the native product. Speclu.l1or'theSouth.: .

.. _+ editor in chief gave an account of a so it may come to pass in the fitnessof

certain festive gathering, in which things that when our reclaimed C. W. BENSON'S CELERY AND F
the revelers were described as making lands yield the saccharine in large CHAJMOMILE PILLS are prepared expressly s

merry over their Heids eck and quantities, and sweet oranges* become to cure Headaches and Nervous diseases (.9
and will cure any case of either Sick,
Champagne. It is unnecessary to plentiful and low priced'enough to use Nervous or Dyspeptic Headache, Neuralgia,

insult, with, cachinnation points, the for wine, sugar and orange growingwill Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Paralysis or In-

intelligence of the regujar readers of go hand in hand, and Florida no digestion,no matter how obstinate or long-

the DISPATCH, whose critical acumen longer look to Europe or Californiafor standing the case may be. Price 50 cents a 4z
her so-called But box,postage free to any address. Sold by all
onexhilirating fluids is beyond suspicion sherry. lately
BENSON'S CHEMICAL COMPANY
druggists. ,
but for the enlightenment of it .was stated that certain parties engaged 521 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Md.
others best it be in the wine business found it
experienced, may ,
; Dr. BENSON'S SKIN CURE for ALL SKIN DISEASES.
mentioned that Heidseck is simplyone profitable to offer $8 per thousand for

of the many brands of cham- sweet oranges, which is. more than PIANOS, ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS ,

pagne.Shortly. many growers have received for good WEAVER --ORGANS HIANBCQ
after, when some: of his as- fruit sold for table use. Genuine Bargains. Y?O R K:>*P AvUiSlAiCQfin

sociates were rallying the inflammable In due time, therefore, if the sons of -
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,Horace upon the "distinction withouta temperance, and daughters of total to < A MONTH can be made
Being Sole Agents in the South for $100 $ for
... working us. Agents
abstinence do not their crusadeso
difference, cut matters short by carry preferred who can furnish their own horses
far induce the CHICKERING, MASON & HAMLIN, MA- and their whole time to the business.
retorting "well boys, I guess I am the as to cutting downof give
THUSHEK, BENT fe ARION Spare moments may be profitably employedalso.
only one in this office who would our orange. groves, as they did the A few vacancies in towns and cities.B. .
Northern orchards k'. JOHNSON & CO.,
PIANOS
make apple
such a mistake. a generationor
1013 Main St., Itichmoud, Vu.
The Farmer and Fruit Grower of the two ago, Florida may become a
To sell Rubber
14th, observes that "sour orange wine favorite haunt of Bacchus, instead of ORGANS IT PAYS Free our Catalogue to Stamps.Agents.
devoted heretofore to Gam- CHANDLER & FIHH.ER; ,
properly made, is very similar to being as Cleveland, Ohio.
sherry,but we have no reason to think brinus and the demon of the fiery .
MASON & HAMLIN, BAY STATE,
Chas. M. Davidson & Go.
that anything deserving the name of serpent.

wine can be made from sweet oranges." This paper is offered as a breeder, PACKARD ORCHESTRAL. No.231 East Trade st., Charlotte, N.C.

Either Prof. Curtiss is following in in hopes that, coupled with the sweep- Everyone given benefit of our one price system WHOLESALE FRUITERS,
the steps of his illustrious editorial ing opinion of that far seeing and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy
terms of payment,and payment of freight as- COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
antecedent, or many,of us have been and criticism inviting luminary, sumed by us to Purchaser's nearest R. R.or
laboring' under a dire delusion. A the Farmer andruit Growera steamboat landing. Shipments of Florida Fruits solicited.

few years since, frequent notices appeared response may be born, Minerva Special attention paid to the sale of oranges.

1 in the press, of a very fine like,from the fertile brain of Mr. Quick sales and prompt returns.

wine, which friend J. D. Mitchell, of Mitchell, proving that a worthy wine
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS AC- Stencils Rent on appUcation.WReferencesCommerclal .
Daytona: was concocting from the can be and has been made from the

sweet orange, and which, after having sweet orange. And perhaps, also, the CORDEONSand 'Merchants' and Farmers' National National Bank Bank,,

been put up in fair long-necked bot- courtesy of a bottle thereof to Bre'r Wm.Johnston.

tles, fancifully labled, was duly Curtiss may so far qualify the opinionof lowest all prices.kinds of Send small for instruments our illustrated offered cata-at THE FAMOUS

signed, sealed and delivered for sale the F. F. & F. G. that bufonian expressions logue. Crescent dOc. Shirt

to.his agent in Jacksonville. Through of doubt will give place to -

-1 the countesy of Mr. M.,-would that the enthusiastic approval of epicurean IXClDOiHB LIME ttlUB AID CDf$.
such tangible courtesies came oftena delight. E. H. HART. Artist Materials,
It is a source of wonder to shirt wearer
bottle thereof fell into the hands of Federal Point, Fla., September 16, 1887. Picture Frames: that we can sell so fine a shirt and 4-ply linen collars *
(*See Reading for boys in F. F. &F. G. September and cuffs, which retail anywhere for $1.50 or
your subscriber.And 24th.) Fine Picture.* ..... $2.00_ _,for.so low a price,and pay
-- -- iia ,,.. J- _1..1.._ V..*,I/IM.. OtiA&V
here UonA; vwuM #u* A&AV
KaOIfcigy.
permit a digression, prefacing j-uncy Goods
:. reason we can offer such a bargain -
that near JDe resides an old ;. Albums, stntlnery.1 is, that we manufacturein
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whose and PABLO BEACH. large quantities, buy goods
.gentleman long intelligent We cam save you money in anything In I tor cash,and you buy at factoryprices
experience entitles his opinion on Music: Art or Fancy" Goods. Wnte us :loi thus saving three

wines,to respect. An extremely nice Jacksonville and Atlantic R'y Co. prices profits Wholesaler, thatofth and Jobbed Retailer

discrimination had led him to assert and when we have a customer
IN EFFECT TUESDAY, SEPT. 13,1887. I \ once we have him always.These
that nothing but the pure juice of the LUDDEN BATES ; S' M.H.i.AVtNN.1tt : \4'shirts' are made of the finest
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the of wine WESTWARD. \ Wamasutta&ndUticaNonpareil
was worthy name .1
grape of extra
or fit to be drank as wine by anyonenot No.l No.S No.5 No.7 Cot U ,. ,I,.: 5. ,??,w,,,,s 0/ muslin heavy hand-made; the bosoms Irish are linen,in
A.M P.M P.M P.M all slzes'trom 13 to 17,buttonholes hand-made.When
utterly regardless of his-own rep- Ar Jacksonville............?. 8:20 3:50 1:50 6:20 I I ordering collars please state style wanted whether
utation. To him, therefore, the bottle Lv Pablo........... .,..___,. 7:35 3:00 1:00 5:30 ALBERT FRIES, 'stand-up or turn-down. We have so much confidence -
in our goods, that if you are from any
; of sweet orange was submitted EASTWARD. St. Nicholas, Fla. cause not satisfied*we will c11AeT1ull.1I refund your
without the of its No.2jNo.4 No1s'No.81 Agent for Geo. W. Baker' money. Try them once and you will buy no other.
disclosing source
A.M P.M P.M P.M For$4.80 we will send you six shirts, six
origin. Ar Pablo...___.._.......-"_\10:50,5:00in 2:30\ 6:30; ROTTED BONE MANURE. 4-plylinen collar,and three pair 4-ply linen
Lv Jacksonville____-----__._._'__>_nn__. _K..SO, _..'.).O.... T-Oft..-... _.._____ euflfc. For $2.GO. three shirts three 4-ply-
Decanting a modicum thereof into DECOIII'0::3Ell WITH I'UTASII. //linen collars and two ) linen 'cuff
glass and inhaling with the air of a Trains No.and 2 run daily. Trains 3 and 4 Twenty-five dollars!! per ton ffeeoithoart i la For $1.00 we send one sample shirt, one
run daily except Sunday.. Trains 5,6,7 and. 8 Jacksonville at factory prk'de'lvcrcd! in air 4-ply linen cuffs and one 4-ply linen col
.connoisseur; the spicy aroma, throughthe run Sunday only. New YorK. ar, by mail,post-paid. Address
JULIUS HAYDEN, Budded Orange and Umbrella Trees from CRESCENT SHIRT CO..
nostrilsfrom a proper distance, he Superintendent 2&. to |1 each. tSb.Spruce St. New York City.

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box. There is no end to the grapes up from underneath was to be seen all which is two-thirds orange and one-third

: (State Items and persimmons. around, that there was then no fire, Japan persimmon. On showing this

.. Kaffir corn has been successfullygrown heat nor smoke to be seen. He thinks to one of our local pomologists it was

Quincy has received 312 bales of ; by Mr. P. C. Fisher, of Green the volcano was simply the burningof suggested' to Mr. Snavely that he dig
Cove[ and others in the vicinity a natural oil well, which had been down to the roots of the tree and see
cotton of this year's crop. Spring, ,
consumed and had gone out. if there was any strange formation
; it is coming to the front as a food
A pomegranate tree three years old, there. This was more plausibly
and fodder plant. Messrs. J., Crawshaw & Son, of sug-
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at Starke, had sixty fruit it. months he had
upon Lawtey, have ordered direct from gested as some ago cut
The around
There will be fair of orange crop Lakelandis down and carried away an apparently
o a crop Tange- Japan, 1,500 persimmon trees and 550
reported light, but fine. The farm.ers dead
Japan persimmon tree near by.
rine around Sumterville.
oranges other Japanese fruit trees, chiefly the
report good crops of corn, potatoesand In doing so it was found that the
,, The Bartow Brick has its I Kelsey plum. They brought to towna
Company sugar cane. Sugar making has roots of this were alive and twined
new machinery up and ready Tor already commenced. few days ago a Keiffer pear weighing around the roots of the orange tree
work. 28 J ounces. These gentlemen are
Mr. C. W. Carter brought us a believers in the adaptation of Japanese -i and were almost completely absorbed.

o E. T. Phelps, of Putnam, has sweet potato a few days since, only fruits to this latitude, as they have Can any of our scientists explain this

cleared $865.50 from one acre in to- five weeks old from planting, that ordered over a hundred Satsuma or- i freak of nature ?JSiutu. Lake Re-

matoes. measured 131 inches in circumference. ange trees in addition to the consider- I gion.

p, One party at Welaka will make 300 -Lakeland Cracker. able number they already have. The famous 800 acre orange grove

gallons of wine this fall from The exportation of from -the largest in the world-of Mr.
scuppernong oranges In the last two years and a half of Cleveland
Ralph King, originally ,
the Halifax coast will fall little short
grapes. some strawberry wine has been madeat
this of the last ear's and Ohio, is making fair progress. About
John year j, crop, Lawtey-a thousand or two gallonsthis
Moats, of Francis, has raised 200 acres are now in grove, of which
the have also made
fifty bushels of upland rice from two groves Journal. splendid year, perhaps, a good beginningat 130 are bearing-in spots. This por-
of land. growth Daytona rate. Blindfold your eyes, and
acres 0 any tion of it was originally a wild grove, .
The trees in Bradford o coun-t John Eglow, on Sam Perry's place, pasa a dish of strawberries under your and since March last has been budded
orange of Starke the first nose and then a goblet of this wine,
west
ty are looking well and will bear a brought ripe with sweet stock, fifty hands being em-
of the and and you can't tell the wine from the I
full of strawberry season, presented ployed at first but about thirty now.
crop oranges. it to Mr. F. R. Morgan on strawberries by the smell.: Let Cali- It cost about $30,500 at the start, and

Mr. R. W. N. King, of Island Wednesday 21st-Starke Telegraph.Mr. fornia look out for her wine interests. $50,000 has since been deposited for

Grove, made 160 gallons of syrup off For wherever was there a dish of It will take about
John and improvements.
Uglow,residing one a
one acre of sorghum cane. that would with a
half miles west, of Starke, brought in grapes compare four years more to complete this
Vegetables will be more extensively last Wednesday, a ripe, well developed plate of strawberries in aroma? great grove, which will then be with-

planted than ever before in South strawberry. He says his vinesare Messrs. Kuster's private collection out a peer It is to he enclosed witha

Florida the coming winter. loaded with blossoms.-Starke of flowers, at Lenard, is the finest in strong wire fence six feet high, to

the and their collection of deer from The
Courier. county, cac- prevent jumping over.
The will be light all
orange crop tus is probably the finest in the State. King grove is but two miles from
around Arredondo. The fruit almost
We shown the fine
other
were day a
They have five families, 110 varieties, Wildwood, on the F. R. and N. line,
without exception, is rusty. specimen of Jamaica Ginger root and between 300 and 400 specimens of and is already one of the greatest

The cane and potato crop of Quincywill grown in Bartow by our worthy the cactus family, from the cactus to sights of that region. '

be a little short this season on ac Mayor. Does not this promise a profi- the most slender delicate varieties, The reported sale of 30,000 head of
table field for labor ?-Bartow In-
count of the continued dry weather. with plants of every shape and bloomsof cattle by Hon. Z. King, was confirmedby

Green Cove Spring is to have a formamt. every color and shade. They also a general inspection and estimateon

brick :manufactory. The clay deposit Thousands of peach trees will be have a splendid collection of callas and the range last week, and an unusu-

covers sixty acres six feet deep. set in the vicinity of Keuka this sea- caladiums, both plain and variegated, al number of tired horsemen and jaded

son. The past two years have demon- and many other rare flowers and horses upon our streets' at nightfallwas
Mr. August Leyvraz, of Francis, strated the success of this luscious fruitin plants.Mr. the visible evidence that the actu-
has a nine year old grape vine from the sand hills of Keuka and
pleasant al delivery of that vast herd to the
which he produced one barrel of U. J. White, President of
choice wine. Valley. the St. Johns and Halifax Railroad, Manatee Cattle Company was in pro-

Satsuma and vicinity produced last is making a garden at Ormond that gress. This is the first move of the

There are orange trees near Seff- season 3,800 boxes of nice bright or- will be a model miniature farm. It company toward the establishmenthere

ner, in Hillsborough county, which anges, from less than 600 trees.in one is proposed to sub-irrigate about two of a beef canning factory, which

now have their fourth crop of blossoms grove set out thirteen years ago. Rea- acres of land near the depot, where it will dispose of the annual product of a

for this year. son: good soil, properly located and can be readily seen by travelers. The herd of 40,000 head. Lands are be-

It is reported by parties who have intelligently cultivated.Dr. land; is to be thoroughly prepared and ing selected for closer grazing and improvement -

traveled alb over the county that Harrison has LeConte well fertilized, and vegetables of all in the quality of the range,
a
there is a full crop of corn this season. tree on his place on which is pear full sorts will be planted to test the adaptability and eventually of the grade of beef
-Starke of Florida climate and soil to fed. While some details are incom-
Telegraph. ripe fruit, fruit of all sizes, and
grown have the that
I' produce what we need for dayuse. plete, we assurance everything -
The in blooms. The Le Conte is a wonderful every
sweet potato crop Levy It will be an experimental station will be arranged for the com-
county, seems to be good,judging from tree, and will eventually giveto and will be the best advertise- pletion of the work at once, and we
the the farmers them this country a notoriety equal to
way are bringing ment Florida has ever had. shall soon be enabled to give satisfac-
into the market at Bronson. the orange belt-Monticeilo Constitu tory details.Ogden N tWs.
Mr. J. F. Hinton, of Hamburg,
The first shipment of from tion.We A cactus grandiflorus bloomed on
oranges
Manatee, were several barrels from notice that Mr. 0. P. Smith's brought to this office a bunch of Spanish the 21st at the residence of E. R. Van i.

the Gates grove, shipped on the 21st. Peen-tos are putting out a considera- peanuts, the foliage of which stood :Buren, Jacksonville.
all of two and a half feet high and the
They were large and well matured. able number of blossoms. Some of About one week before a bud no ..
these trees had quito a lot of fine fruitin roots were very thick with the clustersof larger than an acorn was observed.
There is a lemon tree at Welaka nuts. Mr. Hinton informed us that This increased in size I-
the spring. We wait to see if two slowly until i it
with no less than 3,000 fine lemons last he secured a small packageof
year
crops of peaches are to be gatheredfrom reached a size of three inches in length
it This tree not much hurt the seed of this from the
upon was the same trees.-Clear Water nut, plant- and resembling in shape and external
by the cold weather two years ago. Times. ing of which he gathered three pecks, appearance, a small pine cone. Aboutsix

The cotton of Bradford county is f hich were in turn planted this year. o'clock it burst out in all its tropi-
We have in our 'office a specimenhead
Of the present one acre has been
crop flower twelve inches
the recent in
being injured by heavy splendor, a
showers, dusky drizzles which has-a of Hungarian grass, grown by gathered, and Mr.Hinton expects, and diameter, and one that is seldom equaled -
W. H. Hart of DeSoto The
his based
tendency to make the unopened fruit county. expectations are upon meas- for purity of color and for fra-
head is a fine one fifteen inches in of
urements wagon-loads already made,
fall off. Has of and
grance. petals pure wax-
length. This grass might be profita- to get seventy-five bushels of nuts and like whiteness surrounded
Mr. Rigdon, of Francis, produced bly grown in our county and it would be two and one-half tons of forage per' and by a calyxof

six thousand quarts of strawberriesfrom well for our farmers to look after it. acre. He believes this to be the best' varying of yellow green. The
less than of land after It is excellent I stamens are a light yellow and have
one acre an forage.BartowAdvanceCourier. variety of:peanut ever grown in Flor- of slender
losing the first crop,or setting of ber- ida-Madison. Recorder. stems remarkably appear-
The flower is
ries frost. ance. very fragrant, re-
by
A visitor to the Tallahassean sanc- Our old friend Ben Snavely has a sembling a delicate perfume.This .

Lake Weir will ship 10,000 boxesof tum claims to have visited the Wa- curious freak of nature in his promising plant was grown from a small

lemons this year. Shipment has kulla county "volcano." He says that young ove. On one of his cutting brought from Nassau, N.P.,

already begun, the first netting $5 a evidences of a big fire that had blazed orange trees- IB a half grown orange and'planted five months. ago. ',' *
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OCTOBER 8 1887.1' ,C THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. .
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This year, it is said the assessment RELIABLE SEEDSI Notice of Incorporation of,the Nas-

Calif oh I'' will be $140,000,000. To pay taxeson sau City Town and Improve-

such an assessment will bankrupt -FORGARDENERS ,I ment Co.

For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.California some of the big landholders, and will AND FARMERS. ,, To whom it may concern:
Notes. force small speculators out of the i II I Know all men by these presents-That L.P.
Grant,A. E.Thornton,T.J.HIghtower,Thos.M. .
(Clipped from the California ) market. W.
papers. .
Clarke J. H.Porter. Evan P. Howell, M.
The Riverside Cal. Press and Horticulturist 4 Largest and Best Stock in the South. C. Kiser,A.J. Orme, J. H. Mecaslln, A. O.
,
MacDonell and others, under and in accor-
? advises its orange growersto Southern California.The SPECIAL LOW PRICES to large buyers. Sendus dance with the provisions of Act of the Legis-
of a list of what you require and we will lature of the State of Florida, providing for
try and raise an orange that will following breezy description quote prices per return mall. Descriptive the Creation of Corporations,have assocl'atedthemselves
meet the popular demand. muchly boomed Southern California, Catalogue free. under the name of the Nassau
City Town and Improvement Company,with
I Brass bands and barbacues are Florida's greatest competitor as an or- T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, place Florida.of business iu the city of Jacksonville,

I among the attractions of auction sales ange-raising country and winter resort No. 10 S. Fourteenth St., Richmond, Ta. The business of the Association shall be
that of buying, improving and selling Real
I of land in California. we clip from the Eustis Lake Skunk Raccoon Mink Estate, and doing such other acts as may be
necessary'for the welfare of the Company.The .
They have a million people bookedto Region: ; capital stock of said Company is
and all other Raw Furs BOUGHT FOR CASHat
Twenty-five Thousand '$25.000)) Dollars, Divi-
visit that State during the next "Speaking of Southern California, HIGREST PRICES. Send for clrular at ded into shares of One Hundred Dollars each,
ten; according to a California once. which shall be paid up in full when issued.
years, a prominent gentleman who has recently E C. BOUGHTON. 46 Bond St., N. Y The Company commences its business from
s paper. I the" date of filing its articles of incorporation
been there, says that it i i4 a Grand Gift To introduce our I -September 8th, 1887,and will continue
There are six counties in Californiathat wonderful Self- I IGIVEONE I for Twenty year Its officers to consist of a;
mistake to suppose the original Gar- A Operating Washing Machine we will President, Vice-President, Secretaryand
have an estimated loss of popula- away in every town. Best. Treasurer, and a Board of
tion between 1880 and 1887. den )f Eden was located in that sec- In the World. No labor or rubbing. Five Directors, to be elected on the
SEND FOR ONE to the I I second Tuesday of February in each and
tion. The whole State js the National Co., 23 St., N. Y.
BAD FOR THE SETTLER.; on Dey 1 I I every year. That the highest amount of Indebtedness -

i An important decision was rendered make. The boom is based on cli- !I I subject itself the to Corporation, shall be Twenty can at per any cent time of
TOMATO GROWERS. stock.
4 recently in the United States Circuit mate and oranges. The climate is a the(Signed capital) L. P. GRANT.

court, which settled the title to thous- fraud. There is a change 'of from wishing to procure their seeds direct from the T.A J.E.HIOHTOWEK.Tnos. THOBNLON..

ands of acres of land in Los Angeles grower,are informed that A. W. Livingston, .M.CLARK.J. .
20 to 70 degrees in one day. Over- Columbus, Ohio, the celebrated tomato origi- H. PORTER.
4 and San Bernardico counties. The
coats until 9 then nator, (the Paragon,Acme,PerfectionFavor EVAN P. HOWELL.
are worn a. m.,
M. C.KISER.
Southern Pacific Railroad can now, ite and New Beauty,are among his produc- .
A. J. ORME.J.
by this decision proceed against the linen dusters are in demand, and tions) is now prepared to fill orders with new .H.MCCASLIN.

settlers and force them to leave or pay at 11 a. m., it is too hot to work. It 18S7 seed, saved from choice first ripe fruit, A. O. MACDONEIA.
and others.
for their ground. and will be pleased to quote prices and supply
rains continually from December
catalogues on application. He also keeps
WHAT BECOMES OF CALIFORNIA'SSOUR until February. At Los Angeles, other reliable garden seeds, and makes a..

ORANGES., specialty of supplying Truckers, Gardenersand .
I in. winter, there is 4. regular deluge.
Canners, and refers to many of Florida's
A California
"We
had the pleasure paper? of sampling says : The street cars cannot run, and leading growers, among which are W. H. Van nnI1IY&ni, ?lcalt ral Wck r t Tck r
( ) some I business is When the Williamson, Micanopy, Boelsford, Bro's, I ,E::
fine (1)), orange cider, last Saturday, a :. suspended. Palm City, Capt. Dye, E. M. Dimlck and -- ''arqihr'i Staato d Eigiiei>tdt 8 .

bottle of which was ]labeled 'California water subsides, the sun bakes. the Paterick Lennon,'all of Lake Worth, who ., _---. oJ .ea4 1 tbr Irinstra d
Orange cider,' made from the fine soft mud, and a stench or gas arises have used his seeds for years and know themto '\.:. ;; 5- -_4
from the that is almost be well adapted to Florida climate. In,
juice of the orange, etc. It is a strict- ground un
addition to the superior quality they containall
ly temperance drink; for the man who bearable. The climate is very irregular orders are carefully and promptly flllled.
tried to drink enough of it to become fcnd unpleasant. The orange Address, A. W. LIVINGSTON'S SON'S.
Box 25, Columbus, Ohio.}; Address in ork, Po.C .
intoxicated, would doubtless die of groves do not compare with the Flor- ---- -

slow poison before he reached that ida groves. The oranges have neither POTTER & CO.,

point. flavortaste nor the other fine requisites

that distinguish the Florida COMMISSION MERCAANTS.
oranges.It
1 During the month of August 121
takes about twelve to get a
deaths, trom consumption, were recorded five acre grove started years there, and almost FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY.
in California.A
Consignments soli ted the Prompt returns guaranteed.
as many thousands of dollars. specially during Exposition.

SURE CROP. Water is sold by the inch-in Flor- G8 Pe&clitree St., Atlanta. Ga.

A correspondent says: "In the ida it is free, and i in the greatest
glorious climate of San Diego countythe abundance. Nine months in the year --= Well Curbing and Chimney Flues

baby crop never fails. It is the the crops are fed by irrigation. The z_ Cheaper and Better than Brick. y

only crop we can raise in every sectionof fruits are often tasteless, and lack the FOUNDATIONBLOCKSOrnamental

the county without irrigation." flavor of the fruits that are raised in

1 Riverside, (Cal.,) residents congratulate Florida. Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.

, themselves on enjoying the comparatively "Persons who go to California to Address
FLORIDA STONE AND PIPE COMPANY,
; cool weather of 105 tell the real .-
degrees speculate, hardly ever Office 62K West Ray Rtrpet Jacksonville. Fla.
, in the shade, and the Press and Horticulturist truth abont the country. They
We call special attention to our
! advises the building of a either exaggerate, or tell what theysee '
signal service office some distance under the most favorable circum- SHEEP GUANO AND NEW HARD-WOOD ASHES,

,. 1 from the surface of the earth to lower stances. You know, we Americans sifted and unleached, entirely free from coals, stones or other foreign substances.

the record. It thinks it would be a don't like to tell that we ever make Sheep Guano per ton, $25. Hard-Wood Ashes per ton, $30

good financial speculation. any mistakes when we buy lands or lIJIy-sen.: SrYIi-th: db CO.,
In the grand rush to convert land make investments; hence, you never ,
Jacksonville Fla.
12 W.
into cash, while California's artificial get the full truth. Part of the year --- Bay, ,

boom lasted, a real estate man in persons cannot do without fire, and mw *w '
Riverside advises caution. He citesan the only*, coal they V have costs from ENTERPRISMEATBEST CHOPPERS

instance of four notices of sale on $15 to $20 a ton, and it is brought

one piece of land, and ad rises sellersto from Australia or the Sandwich IN "THE; WORLD GRIND TO CHOP,
NOT THE MEAT.
go slower, "that a shrewd businessman ,Islands. The rain penetrates everything -
Chops 2 Ibs. minute]
would wish to know the wherefore i during the wet season. The rOB CHOPPING No 10 Price, per 83.00.

and not buy in a spot where air is full of it. and it is carried into Sausage 3feat Hamburg Meat Mince Steals 5H" ORN --- 19 Chops 2 Ibs.per minute

everyone, nearly, seemed. to wish to the houses, onto the furniture,, and for Duspeptlcs Beef q .,. 199' Chops Price 3 lb.,.per 92.50.mInute\

.' leave it"Oakland makes one feel very disagreeable. Tea for Invalids &e. *.; Price, $4.00.

Cal., says she would like Los Angeles is a city of about. 40,000 Farm and Fireside BATS : 0 32 Chops 4 Ts.perminute

to have a boom, "but their own peop people, although they claim 60,000. per"It we la the ever only saw Meat that Chop-we 0 ro Price, SC.OO.

e are deplorably slow in starting it," I There is a physician for about every would give house room. It American igrienltariit saris
has such useful -, this Meat
proven avery We hare ghren
that "they lack reasonable confidencein four or live }persons. When a traveler machine that we want = .Chopper a thorough trial with
the future of their own home. stops at Los Angeles the citizens there? 1 our readers"to enjoy its bene\ = most, satisfactory result
i
flu with us. -- excel of the
They anything
,Some of the evil effects of the land put their heads together to skin him + f kind made in either be1pbere.."

boom at Los. Angeles, Cal., are be- alive. They charge him $75 p*>r HARDWARE SOLD BY TRADE.THE No. 10 Tamily Size, 51.00. SEND FOR CATALOGUE.

ginning to be felt by property month for board alone. As for per

owners'Last:- year. Los Angeles sons with weak lungs, I preferFlor- ENTERPRISE MFG. CO., PHILADELPHIA PA.

county was assessed 40000000., ida to California."
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Profit in :Fruit Culture. "SAN MATEO NURSERIES."
The !
J'upserry. KELSEY and other valuable Plums. 25,000
LECONTE,KEIFFER and other Pears and
Apples on LeConte stock. All the valuable A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter Planting.
Oriental and Southern Fruits. CAMPHOR
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. TREES, OLIVES PRUNES. Nut Trees of Best Varieties of Budded Trees Sizes.
Specialty-Trees
The "Budding" Patent.In all kinds. JERSEY CATTLE,JERSEY RED a 01.11.
HOGS. Seeds of Forage Plants. Highest
a late DISPATCH, page 768, Mr. quality,lowest prices. Valuable informationIn Send for Catalogue. .'..
Gulick describes his "patented" way illustrated catalogue free. MJ% WELL, ANDERSON & CO.,
San Mateo.Via.
CHEROKEE
FARM AND NURSERIES, _
of budding trees. I am not familiar .

with patent laws, but I do not believea Waycross, Ga. GUIDE TO FIG CULTURETells
Pears Grown from
patent on such a thing as bending Cuttings. how to grow and prepare the fig,and describes our new fig,
LeConte Keiffer and Sand. Bartlett Law-
down the stock when a bud is put in son, Sekel:: Smith and Garber on LeConte COmmere1 1
: :: : : Sam-vri: : .
Root. Strawberries adapted to Florida, Alabama -
will hold in the courts even if it has
and Georgia: Hoffman, Warren, Noo- Only genuine"fig of commerce,"and the finest in the wrld. Also Tropical, Semi-Tropical
actually been obtained. If it does, nan and Noonan Improved. Peaches: "een- and New Fruits,and the finest stock of nuts In the country. Address,with stamp,
to, Honey, Southern Beauty and others. FLORIDA HORTICULTURAL CO.
,
then I should think I could obtain a
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: Plums: Kelsey'sJapan.Mariannaandothers. '
Cutler, Dade Co., Fla.
patent on a particular way of spreading I Pot grown strawberries on special order only. ,
I GEO. G. GIBBS
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my legs when hoeing'orange trees Tallahassee Nursery,Tallahassee, Fla, THE. /BUCKEYE NURSERIES.

and thereafter require all orange Send for Catalogue. Villa Franca Lemons. Washington Navels.We .

growers who spread their legs in the Nurseries of Lake Weir Co have for fall and winter delivery a large and select stock of the above named varietiesone
: and two year old buds,thrifty and free from Insects. Our Villa Franca buds were ob-
same manner to pay me a royalty. tained from the finest grove of this celebrated variety In the State. and our Washington
100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees,
"Vat dinks ?" C. P. F. Navel buds were Imported by us,direct from California,and taken from the first trees bud-
you Our trees are very thrifty,three and four ded with that variety In the State. This grove Is said to bear heavily and steadily. We have
September 24,1887. year old stock,%to\/ Inch diameter,with also all the standard varieties Known to Florida,also Peen-to and Honey peach trees, and
oue year old buds Nurseries easily accessible LeConte and Keifer Pears. All of our trees are grown on high pine land, and we guarantee
to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for that every tree 1. shall have good roots,which after all Is most Important. Send for Catalogue.
For Sale. Catalogues. AddressE. GII..I''.TT BBO, South Lake Wier, Marion Co., Florida.
.B.FOSTER,Manager
1000 Loquats,18 to Inches In height.,Stockv tfPf'21k1v ';moth Lake Wolr.\ Fla.
ORIENTAL FRUIT TREES A SPECIALTY.
ears from seed,once transplanted,well
mote Seed selected from choice fruit grown Kelsey Botan and O;pan Japanese Plums on native Plum Stocks.
by E.H. Hart of Federal Point. ONE MILLION Kelsey' June Buds on native Peach Stocks. Peen-to and Honey Peaches.
Also a lot OScuppernong and Thomas grape Fruit Trees, Grape LeConteand Kiefler Pears on their own roots. Bartlett and other pears on
Vines,two and three years from layers,strong Vine. Strawberry LeConte roots. A large stock of Apples, Fears, Plums, Cherries, Quinces,
and well grown. Plant*. Etc. Apricot and Nectarines. Address
Also a few thousand Sour Orange Trees, Belling low at
from one Inch to one and one half Inches In Willow Lake Nursery. 'NT. :Ji1I.; :HIESE:: : : :: ,
diameter-and above, nursery grown, twice Descriptive catalogue
transplanted,with plenty of roots and vigo and price list mailed free Manager Huntsville Wholesale Nurseries, Huntsville, Alabama.
rous. Address, on application Address
O.R.THACHER, Falrvlew Nurseries \ Sx&m'l. II. f"mollDtarshaliville .
Han Mateo,Fia.u Ga. HOMELAND NURSERIES.KELSEY .



GRAPE VINESSuited AND. OTHER. ORIENTAL PLUMS

e.. A SPECIALTY.
lll to the Soil and Climate of
Z u .fAPA.N I': ':nSYl\1l\J"ltN8: : ON NATIVE TIOOTM.
rn
F iE MTa
oc Also a full} line of Nursery Stock of the most choice varieties adapted to Florida.
FLORIDA
R. II. Of IHH, Proprietor, Bartow., Polk County, Fla.DEALER .

Z GROWN AND FOR SALE AT T.: : tT. :IKCOOGKL: ,

Grows all kinds of Fruit Trees and Vines, San Luis and Andalusia Nurseries
Large stock LeConte and other Pears,Persimmons IN REAL ESTATE.AND .
,Peen-to,and other peaches and plums.W.W.THOMPSON] Near TALLAHASSEE, FLA. PROPRIETOR OFBUENA

Send for Catalogue. Smlthvllle,,Ga. DUBOIS, Manager.Send VISTA NURSERIES.I '

for Catalogue and order early. Send,
also,for Price List of Several thousand acres of land for sale. Every Kind of Budded Orange and T emon Trees
DRAYTON ISLAND NURSERY. all kinds of Seedlings,Japan Persimmon Trees etc., for sale. Trees will be carefully packedand
FLORIDA WINES. shipped to any part of the State. Bearing Lime Trees at 10 cents each. <'

ORANGE TREES CLERMONTI..AK'R COUNTY, FLORID*.'


and Of all healthy the lending sour stock varieties 3 and budded 4 years old on,good and KELSEY JAPAN PLUMON VILLA I FRANCA NURSERIES.I

. from five-eights to one and one-half Inch In
diameter. Buds 1 and 2 years old, and from FLORIDA PLUM STOCK.
two and a half to eight feet high. Good roots Three, six and twelve months buds; 2,000 LEMONS, ORANGES, PEACHES, PLUMS, HART'S CHOICE, BANANAS, BUDDING
and straight stocks guaranteed.For two-year old*. Some fruited this year. WOOD. .
prices address' Botan Marianna,Purple Leaf and Simon's L. B. & C. A. SKINNER DUNEDIN, FLA.
GEORGE DARLING Plum on Florida Seedling Plum stock, the
Drayton Island,,Fla. best for all sections of Florida. Eureka, Peen- A.tonomizeis: and Powder Bello'W's.
To Honey,best October and other Peaches on
Florida peach stock. Japan Persimmon, AGENTS WANTED. .
Pineapple Plants for Sale. Grapes, Oranges,etc. Price list free. Inspec- LOUCIS &; SKINNER, DUNEDIN iXA.
tion solicited. A. CA. AH AN, a;
Egyptian Queen from 15c. to $1. Scarlet or rrop..Eureka Nursery,Melrose,Clay Co.,Fla. VALUABLE FOR FLORIDA AND THE SOUTH.
Spanish from lo to 2c. for slips. Rooted
Plants,can be set ..t any season from 2c.to The Hoffman (ESTABLISHED 1878.) .;1
25o. each, packed and delivered- board Seedling Strawberry.This We Import from Japan,where our stocK is carefully raised In our Nurseries, Persimmon,
steamer order on receipt of price I extra early and most prolific berry, Mammoth Chestnut, Plum, Loquat, Litchi, Kin-Kan,and other Japanese and Chinese Fruit,.
Large prices on application. Trees. Giant and DwartBamooos. Ornamental Tree Shrubs and Bulbs. :
now extensively around Charleston -
grown very
TIIOS.
E. UICIIAUDS. We have purchased the Geo. F. t Sylvester Seed House,at 315 Washington street, where we
Eden River Pineapple. Plantation, Eden, Indian :and Norfolk for Its great shipping qualityand will carry all native and foreign sped bulbs maKing a specialty of Japanese Tree, Flower,
Fla.POLK its handsome color and size,Is the best Vegetable and Field Seeds. Send for new Illustrated Catalogue. ,

berry now grown for the Northern market, II. II. BERGER Ac CO.,
COUNTY NURSERIES. 315 and 317 Washington 8t.San Francisco, CRI.,P.O.box 1501. ,
and has superseded all other varieties wher- -,

BY THE ever introduced. I am now growing a large
SWITZERLAND NURSERY.Peento
stock of plant that is now ready; for the fall .

Polk Co. Nursery Improvement Co., trade. A'l parties wishing to try them will ,Honey and Bldwell's Early peach trees. Kelsey,Botan and other plum trees.

All the and domestic Or- please apply to me for circulars,as I will sell Grape Vines,Blackberry and Strawberry Plants. <<

ange and Lemon them at a very low rate.OLIVER. A INTuxrHeiry at; Your Own Door.
Price list on applies tion.
\V. II, lAsSITJBIl, Manager : MOORE, A specialty made of sending all kinds of trees and plants by mail, and safe arrival guar-
Homeland, Fla. anteed. Price lists,free to all. Address .
1O Blake Street. Charleston. S. C. Zv. STEELE, manager,
Switzerland,St.Johns County, Fla.

FAIRVIEW NURSERIES. ,

SHELL POND NURSERIES.
Well tested and approved varieties of the ORANGE and LEMON and other Citrus Fruits.
Also PEACHES. PEARR. FIGS the KELSEY PLUM, PERSIMMONS, GUAVAS. ; LOQUATS -.
,.POMEGRANATES, BANANAS, PECANS, and :'!: '

GRAPE VINES,Florida grown,of well known varieties, found to be suited to the soil .Peaches, Pears; Figs, Plums, Kelsey Plum and Other Fruits.
and climate of Florida. -

Send for catalogue O. R. TIIACIIER, Manager, '. Send for circular. Circular contains short history of peach culture In Florida,and hintsas

San Mateo Fla. to culture. JAS. P. DePA, Archer,Fla.


I T apan.e: e ITT-I.r eries: INTERLACHEN NURSERIES,


.: OF THE: Eustis, Lake County Fla.,

Offer for sale a stock of budded orange trees of all leading varieties,Including the "
Oriental; Importing' Company '
RIVER IDE NAVi!; L xBudded = ,
Main Office. ..1:0 i utterSt,San Francisco.. ,- 8.;L.' GOLDMAN. Manager. entirely from buds received this season from Riverside, Cal. BidwellPeento; and
UNSHUlV; CANTON'HYBRID.and*.-KINKAN.JAPAN. ORANGEaTREES' CHEST Honey Peaches,Kelsey and other Japan Plums. AH home grown. Best native and*foreign
: a stock of Black Hamburg, White and other .
grapes,Including larg Adriatic figs.Penlm
NUTS, PER8JMMONS S AND ORNAMENTAL-:TREES._ ,Send C" ,for Catalogue.'. .,,,,.:.;.. mon Jletc. Price list free.onlappllcatlon G.'H. NORTON,.,Suede;,Fin" ,

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CLEAR WATER NURSERIES.Choice BIDWELUS EARLY PEACH.


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 Peen-tot it is supe-
I Special attention given to setting and tending young groves budding and pruning old rior to the latter in size and quality;it is not fiat like the Peen-to but is a round peach of
one planting Lawns and Flower Gardens. All work guaranteed. EIII'F-We are also agents standard'shape and high color. The original tree,the seed which was planted in the win-
for Hussey's Coulter Harrow and the old reliable brand of Geo. W Baker's Flesh, Blood and. ter of 1882 is now six inches in diameter and has fruited finely_the past three seasons,yielding
! Bone Fertilizer. All Inquiries promptly answered. Send for Catalogue. Call on or address, four bushels this season,the first ripening May 7th,today(May 2&th) all left on the tree are
DUNCAN BllOJS, Clear Water Harbor, Hillsboro' County, Fla. I ready for market. JAS. MOTT, Orlando Fin.
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{ The Lakeland Nursery CompanyAre FLORIDA GROWN PEACH TREES,


now In readiness to forward a copy of theirS Plums Olive Trees lemons Pecans
Kelsey Japan Oranges,Figs, ,,..,
, TT: :3MC: :33UE: ES 3=*.. :3E? E=LIOES: : 3L.ISST: : By the dozen;hundred or thousand,also a full supply of other Nursery stock adapted to
Florida and the Gulf States. Am now booking orders for Fall delivery season of
Mb TO ANY ADDRESS FREE ON APPLICATION.. ft 1887-88. Write for Prices. Catalogue free on application.

I Communicate with E. H. TISON, :Manager:\ GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES, V
e June 15,1887.. lakeland. T o1 k .Fla,
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1 I : G-al.n.es'"V1J.1e: "N"u.rseries, BAY VIEW NURSERIES.CHOICEST .


GAINESVILLE, FLOUIDA. VARIETIES'OF

NEW PEACHES A SPECIALTY.' 5,000 Superiors, ripens In May, size above medium Budded Orange and ?Lemon Trees:: ,
I'i'i quality best of all. 6,000 Thomas,late,ripens in September; single specimens have weighedi .
a pound. Bldwell's Early Wonder,and five other new varieties will be found in stock. Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants. Trees strong and well rooted
,10,000 Kelsey Japan Plums;: ID 000 LeConte Pears 20,000 Japan Persimmons, 2 to 10 feet and adapted to outh Florida. .,
especially
high,and 100.000 it Orange trees,of ail good varieties,will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH. An inspection-is invited. inquiries by mail promptly answered. Catalogues sent free"
miss
. Many who buy elsewhere. nn application... K. J>. IIOYT, Bay View. HiUsboroueh Co.. Fla.
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i I Lemons Lemons Genuine Navels. ROYAL PALM NURSERIES.Rare .

ORDER NOW, before our stock of Villa Franca Lemons is out. We have Just sold 7,600 .
1 I' of this choicest of all Lemons for Fall delivery, but have some left. Our bearing Lemons
! are loaded. We shall ship in July and August! and publish? results in the"Dispatch." exotic plants of all descriptions for summer planting. Rare and new fruits.
j We have also a beautiful lot of the GENUINE Washington Navels,budded from one of Palms, Acacias, Agaves,Aloes,Cacti and Flowering Plants. A general line of Citrus Trees
the ORIGINAL TREES we received from Washington nine years since. Also most all and Nursery stock suitable for Florida. '
i other varieties of Orange,Lemon and Lime.
The Double Imperial Navel and the Atwood's Seedless Navel,we now offer for the first time Price of catalogue (of 93 pages)15 cents,postpaid. Mailed free to all customers.
I to the Florida Orange Growers. We shall have for Fall and Winter delivery a few hundred REASONER BUGS.,.} .
I of each of these varieties KEDNEY & CAREY, Wl rPalt. Fla.__ Manatee, Florida.


i! THE CITRA NURSERIES GEORGETOWN NURSERIES., .


I 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.

Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line
Stocks five and buds one, two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; well matt 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. AARON: :: W. 9.RR, Oeorgeto n, Fla.fAT'
I L. W. LIPSEY & \. 1R'Q4 t.t
t : CO., Citru. Marion Co., Fla. ._-_. .

OR GE, For Sal by W. W. Hawkins & Sons. Three Orange Groves Just coming into
. Valrico Nurseries LGuaasS: bearing. 1st. One of 10 acres,containing about 700 trees most of them bearing; also, 350
I atel Peen-to Peach Trees,from which we have gathered this season 25 bushels of fine fruit,which
f Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL.' Pine-Apples, brought high prices. Next season there should be 100 bushels, at least.
, Urapes, Avocado P'rs, 2d. One of 6 acres,containing about 500 Budded Trees,many of them bearing; also,
, Pears, Anona, about 6 acres of rich Garden Land,mostly muck, nearly all cleared ready for operation;
r Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, would make a fine Truck Farm.espeially for strawberries aand cabbages.3d. .
\ Oriental erium, A Grove of about 600 fine Budded Orange Trees,bout 50 Peen-to Peach Trees in
t Plums and 'W". G. TOTJSESY, Caladium, bearing,good House for help 40)acres! land, mostly High Oak Hammock. These proves
, -.na, are all on or in sight of the St.Johns River,and front the road from Georgetown to Fruit-
\ Lii ESEtc. oeyner, Hillsborough Co., Fla./ Feints;>Elc.I. 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.


I. MANVILLE NURSERIES. RIVERSIDE NURSERIES.Citrus ".


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

Orders taken for all varieties of Fruit and Ornamental Trees,to be delivered the coming

I Fall and Winter. and Cuttings.We .

, 1 V V F. S. CONE, Proprietor, make a specialty of Grape Vines of all varieties,and Fig Trees. Liberal discount to
I { nurserymen. All inquiries promptly answered. Address
, CRESCENT CITY. FLA. C. S. BURGESS, Manager,
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S SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.Catalogues Nurseries of the Milwaukee Florida Orange Company,

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

Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, and other Fruits.Our make a specialty of the DISTINCTIVE varieties of CITRUS FRUIT TREES,including
Double buds selected in California by member of ,
ImperiaiRiverslde ( personally a our company -
stock In one of the largest In the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties a ) and Washington Navels,Maltese Blood, Hart's Tardiff Jaffa, Du Rol,Stark's 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-.
$ V plication. Address A. I. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla.
J .A.1-tanLc: >nte u..rserl.es.:

ORANGES, DEMONS: PEACHES.AU FLock.yJ3ran.cb.: : : 1 Tu rserie.
the leading orange and lemon trees, including the "Everbearing" orange. Oranges
excrv month in the year. Washington Navel oranges a speciality. Bidwell Peen-to Pallas LcCoiitc, Keiffer, Ilartlctt, Lawson and Garber's Hybrid Pears a Spe'
and Honey peach trees. Kelsey and other Japan plums,Includlngthatwonaerfulnew.plnm plum, '
the"Blood Plum of / the''Earl 'Sweet Plum"NiagaraEmplre State and leadIng cialty. .
V varieties of foreign grapes. The new fig"Foundling," Pears, Persimmoi s, Figs, Mulber-
ries,Loquats,Guavas,Nut trees,eta The new Japanese seedless orange "Unshiu." a com Summer contracts, Special Rates,winnow, be given. Address.
catalogue ofree.Address trees, including Grevilleas, Eucalyptus, Acacia, etc. Illustrated B. W. PARTRIDGE
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H. I .
WHEAT LEY, Montlcello Fla
Altamonfe.Orange: Conntv. Fla


) Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries, SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES.Sixty .

OAKLAND thousand choice Orange,Lemon and Lime Trees for sale. Ten thousand fine Florida
IIRANGE CO., FLA. grown Peach Trees,of the Honey and Peen-To varieties: also two new varieties,Hybrid of
Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees Plants and Honey and Peen-To.named by us Chinese King and Chinese Queen. The Chinese,King
ripens in May. The Queen ripens three weeks later than Honey. Our evening bearing 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. .
I E. CIIABIPIiIN. C. B. PELTON, Manager,
Oakland,Orange.. Fla.Established. Lake Helen Florida.

! 185O. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.
FRUITLAND 1\TURSEI IES ., FRUIT TREES, VINES AND PLANTS

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. P. J. BERCKTOANS, Proprietor.The .
stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees specially adapted to Florida Is doubtless the ADAPTED TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA INCLUDING
most varied In the United States. Many valuable additions have lately been made to the THE ORANGE AND LE rON.
lists of Fruits Bulled to sections. In addition to the usual .
sub-tropical large variety of fruits
In variety,other Citrus Frints, LeConte and Kelffer Pears Japan Plums, Japan Persia
we offer 100,000( Peeii-To, Honey and Pallas Peach Trees;also, Kelsey's, liotan and
monfl Figs Guavas ,eta '
,Grapes .
otherOrtental Plums,Oriental Pears,Japan tiinirnonsGra a VinesStrnw-
berry Plants eta Our stock or Roves, jEverprreens Palms, Acacias and flowering PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY
shrubs includes everything or value for Southern gardens. A special Catalogue(No..4) .
If published for this branch of our establishment,and will be mailed free to all applicants.* A' H. MANVILLE & ,CO. '
we do not.employ agents Snde your orders direct to us and avoid being imposed upon, Lakeland, Polk County, Fla.fand Dntyton Island Putnam County, Fla;
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SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD.Central .

'"How to Grow LeConte, Keiffer, .OR.llD ( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER MONDAY, May 23, 1887, &:30 a m,Trains
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will leave and arrive as follows. :
Bartlett and
Other
Pears
':. SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND.
; "' ?'.J.1n' the south." Free. RAILWAY ...; ::" ad :"
:o fit. do' '1 -
&IGATIO&CO. 0 .. 0 f 0 I 0 0 per'd ."
W. JENNINGS &; CO., &_ \ ,cZ ; Z '. .oZ! Sl"Z: Z -

< Thomasville, Ga E i ;z oZ dZ = .a 0 .' o = mZ .::zd
,; CIS -SZ STATIONS. m CIS ,
::FC>B.. S.A.J.E: : SCHEDULE IN EFFECT AUGUST 10, 1887. cP, (;) 1: 1:: ., ,,.. .-, cP d (;) dA 1: ... ...
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W ;3J"i < 4 w m ti: a
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Standard Time,33 minutes slower than Jacksonville !
\ At Immense Bargains. local. a -;;-;;- 'A"; AM Leave-Arrive ;; A M u --;; AX -:-

60,000 LeConte pear trees, onetwo and three --.- ...-- ...-- .... ...-... B. B.Wbarf... ?....- ...... _
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years old;finest nursery stock In America and From To o 8 40 4 40 5 00 10 2V 4 40 ?.....Banford..? 115 2 Of''. 8 20 100 535 3 45
at lowest prices. Arrive Leave 3 8 50 448 518 10 B2 4 55 ...._.Be1a1r...._. 112 150, 8 0812 481 518 333
2,000 Paper Shell Pecan trees,most excellent Bead up. WEST. Read down. 4 :s-' ..-.. ...... ........ '.?... .Crystal Lake.. 111 ..... ....._ ,..... _.. .
variety. Kolb Gem Melon Seed, Hay and So 10 No2 Nol No9 5 & 55 ...... 5 Zl ...__ ...... N._.. Bents...... 110 1 45 8 OJ _._. n.... N ... ]'
Corn, by C. L.,delivered. Finest t Syrup made 1210 P 7 30 p..M...Jacksonville...... 7 45 a 300 P 10 905 438 5n: 1057 525 ..,Longwood105 134 7 5012 :37 458 310
evaporated by the barrel. LI 00 a 650p.-Baldwin-.....?.. 8 27 a 4 02 P 13 913 504 540 1107 543 ...Altamonte.l02 127 7 3712 30 430 ,2 58 x
. I own over 12,000 acres of rich red clay land 1022 a 6 30 p.....?..Macclenny.!...... 8 48 a 431 P 14 918 5 07 5 45 ........Mayo........ 101 120 7 go 12 26 420 250 .z ..
in this county, and wish to sell5,000to) develop 1016 a 625 p..Glen St. Mary... 8 53 a 4rT P 15 9 22 510 5 50 1125'610 .?.Ma1tland.... 100. I 15 7 2512 23 415 245 "'
the balance. Perfect safety and fair profit 9 56 a 610 p..N._.Sanderson........ 9 09 a 4 55 p 18 930518558 _WInter Park... 97 ). err; 7151215 400 235 i
guaranteed,with'absolute security for a part- 9 30 a 5 49 p:......._.Olustee, ....... 9 30 a 5 20 P ... '. ...._ ...... .......WIlcox__. 95 ...... ... ;... .' ,
ner with capital, and demonstrate his 8 65 a: 6 24 p.-.Lake City.;..._. 9 56 a 615 p 20.. 9 4.S 5 30 610 12 20 1 30 .....Orlando..... 9312 55 7 001202 3 to 215

entire satisfaction that an Immense fortunecan 818 a 4 57 p..M. -.Welborn-... .??10 24 a 656 P .. .... _._. ...._ N...._Gatlin ...... 90 ...... ._... -...... _.. _..
be reasonably expected. Write for circu- 8 06 a 4 46 pHouston.10 35 a 713 P 955 5381 625 1243 745 ....Jessamlne... 8912.j() 6 371149 300 152

lar containing prices of nursery stock and 7 47 a 433 p......_Live Oak..10 49 a 730 P Z1 9 58 .. ... ...... ... _Pine Castle. 8812 : .. _..... ..._. ._.. '.
land,and full particulars in' regard to advan- 6 58 a 4 06 p....,.....Ellaville-.......1116 a 808 P 80 10 05 545.685 12 55. 800'Big. Cypress..., 8512.30. 6251142. 2 48 140".
tages of this sectian and my propositions and 618 a 3 35 p..m..Madison-.ll a 8 48 P 34 1015 5 57 6 60 AMI 13 8 15 ...)fcKl non.- 81 12 20 6131132 PM 2 32 125
references.E. 5 41 a 3 07 p..Greenvllle.12I8p 925 P 4010 80 ff} 25 7 05 6 00 130 8 55 ...Kissimmee? 75 6 00 11 20 9 05 2 15 1 05 .::;
5 20 a 2 49 p.........-Aucilla..r..1236p 347p 44 1040 6 SJ: PM 610 PH ..Capmbells 71 tWO A H 115 860 PM 1240 ,
Bt BAILEY, ITIontlcello, Fla. :5 00 a 2 33 p ...Drlfton,.........1254 p 1009 p 5210 58 652 630 940 .Lake Locke N.. 6311 25 1044 S 25 12 08 t

Articles of Association 5 25'a 3 00 ar..Montlcello..ar-- 120 p 10 85 p 571115 7 02 6'42 10 02 .Davenport.. 581115 10 32 810 1150 -
of the Florida 4 35 a 205 p...lv..Montlcello..lv..12 l5 p 9 SO P 61 1125 710 662 1017 ?.Haines Ctty. 541105 1022 755 1135

Cold Storage Company. -6 00 a 2 33 p.Drlfton...........12 51 p 10 09 p 681142 7 24 710 1105 ..Bartow June. 47 10 63 J I0 C17 7 a5 1110 ,
4 32 a 213 p..Llovd....... 1 32 10 35 721154 731 7 20 1125 _An burn dale.. 4310 40 9 s.t 705 1050'
We,-whose names are subscribed to these 415 a 145 p..........Chaires. ....... 145 p 10 49 p 7712 0.: 7 38 7 03 11 40 ...-Fltzhughs. 3810 28 9 44 6 60 10 35 .
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articles, do hereby associate ourselves and 3 40 a 119 p.......Tallahassee-...... 213 1150 831218 752 18: 05 12 30 ....Lakeland..... 321015 930 l6 32 1010
become incorporated under the provisions of 2 35 a 12 48 ..........Midway2 41 p 12 40 p 9312; -13 812 8 3.1) ]1 20 ...Plant Ctty.... 22 9 53 9 05 5 45 9 2.5
p a
Chapter 1639 of the Acts of the Legislature,of 150 a 12 21 p...........Quincy.......... 3 09 p 150 a 98 12 1)3) ..... 8 50 ...... ........Cork...._ 17 9:18: _... 5 25 _..
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the 1 State of Florida, approved August 8 1868.: 12 55 a 1154 p ... ML Pleasant...... 3&5 2 SO a 1m 105 8 32 9 05 2 05 ........8etrner. 12 9 Z1 8 'J5 5 08 8 40
and of the ammendments thereto, and do declare 1201 a 1125p.?._Biver Junction. 4 00 p 330 105 1 12 8 38 9 22 215 ...... Mango...... 10 9 22 8 20 5 00 07
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as follows: ? P 109 120 .....' 9 3.3 ...-. ......'Orient6 915 ...... 4 48 I...... .
1. The name of the Corporation shall be SOUTH.: U5 135 900 960 2 55 Ar Tampa Lv 0 900 800 430 .
The Florida Cold Storage Company. MAIN LINE. PM. PM I AM PM J AM PM PH
2. Its No. 4. No. 8. No. 7. No. 3.
Florida.place business!shall be Jacksonville, 10.15 a 4 05 p...... Fernandlna' ......1010 a 4.00 p' *Flag Stations.: Trains No. 3 and leave from and arrive at J.,'1'. fe" K. W. Depot. No. 3?
and 6 Dally. Nos. 1 1,2.4/5,7.8 9,10,27 and 28, Daily except Sunday.. Train No. 6 will stop
3. The 2 47 p..Callahan. .......!! 27 a -
general nature of the ?
business to Bartow
be Lakeland
630 a 230p..Jacksonville... .1130 8:0:: only at Plant City. Junction, Kissimmee and Orlando. Nos. 2 and 3 stop

transacted all purposes shall, to manufacture be to furnish and cold sell storage Ice, and for 5 30 a 143 p......... Baldwin .........12 25 p 10 00 p p for at Kissimmee Supper. 'for Lunch No.7 stops at Lakeland for Breakfast No. 8 stops at Lakelandl

if business found advisable to forward In and promotion sell fruits of the main 4 4 08 25 a a 110 101 p..Hlghland..12 p.......-Xawtey........... 101 51 p p 1110 10 50 p p checked Trough Tickets sold at all regular stations for all points North, East and West.. Baggage,

and other produce. vegetables 3 43 a 12 45 p........... Starke ........... 131 p 1140 p through.
4. The amount the capital stock shall be 3 05 a 12.05 p ........-Waldo ....-.:... 155p 12 25 a PentbertonFerry Urancb.--s.F.
Fifty Thousand Dollars. Twenty-five 2 27 a 1144 p....... Campville .......215! p 12 50 a Sanford and Indian Ifiver I11 roa d.
centum of the stock subscribed for shall per 2 (.7 a 1131 a...... Hawthorne...... 2 26 pliO a Sou h Bound North Bound. ,. :
paid when the Company be be 113 a 11 04 a............ Cltra ......._... 2 55 p 2 02 a Read Down. Read Up., <.' .
the subscriptions made: twenty-five may organized, or 10 23 a......Sliver Spring.... 386 P m F'st Ac. --- 1"st Ac. Daily except Sunday. ". .
Shall be payable within thirty days per thereafter cent. 1157 p 1010 a........... OcaLa,............ 3 52 p 3 20 a M'L &Ft ATION8. M'l dCFt' :" It
1105 9 43 a... ....Bellevlew........ 4 22 '
and the remainder when called for by P ? p 4(08 a 19. 21. 20. 22; South Bound :North Bound.
the Company. 1013 p 918 a..Oxford............ 4 45 p 4 51 a -- -
5. The business of the Company Phall 9 60 p 9 08 a.......Wlldwood-...... 5 00 p 611 a P.M. A.M zM P.M Read Dowd. Read'Up..
conducted by a President, a Secretary who be 855 P 840a........Leesburg-....... 528 P 5 57 a o ;&OO 7.00 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.50 4.50 57 o P Wi 'A"' !
shall also be the treasurer, and five directors, 8 as p 8 30 a......... Eldorado..s: .. 5 41 p' 615 a I 1 5.04 7.05 ...._...tzgerald. . 9.45 4.45 56 ;; & STATIONS. 1..3i
of whom the president shall be one. 800' p 815 a..Tavares........?. 6 00 p 6 40 a 3 5.10 ...... ......... Oriole w 9.40 .._ 5.J .q 25. p4
6* The stockholders shall elect the directors 6 30 p 6 55 a..Orlando .....-.. 7 26 p 815 a 6 .._ .. .. Bay City. .._ ..._ 51 -
annually at a meeting to be held on the sec- Cedar Key Division.No. 10 5.25 7.35 ............ .Macon... 9.23 US 47 ...?.. p.rn a.m -.-
ond Tuesday in Janurry.. The dlrectos 12 5.35 7.43 .........Owensboro..._ .. 9.15 4.0745 0 .... 5.50 lv..Sanford ....??ar 8.00 ....- 18I
then shall 4. No. 6. No. 5. No. 3. ? 3 .;.. 6.03 .......!Fort Reed....... 7.42 ..._ 1&
& as may be convenient elect 16 5.50 8.08 ...........Dade City........... 9.00 3.60 41 N
President and the secretary and l'reasuser., the 10.15 a 4 05 p.Fernandina.1010 a 4.00 p 23 6.10 8.'2 fI<:1 .......?Rlchlan-...?... 8.42 ,'>).18 3. 5 ....... 610 ...... ..!Rutledge......- 7.82 _._ 13
The termwof' these officers shall be 247p..Callahan..ll27a 82 6.30 9.15 ?....?TeddervBle _. 8.22 2.40 21) 7 ....... 6.20 ......-......'Cl L)d] es. . .. 7.20 -.- 11
and until thelrsucces80rs shall one year 6 30 a 230 p..Jacksonville.a 8:3>) p 37 6.45 ...._ Kathleen . 8.10 2.20 ro 12\\....... 6.35 .....?......Cllfton ...--- 7.0 _._ d
elected and 5 30 a i 45 .........Kaldwin..........12 30 1000 ;
qualified to p p p 9.40. 13 ....; 6.43 .Tusk9WIIla 6.55 ..._ b43x
act The Treasurer shall 40 6.50 .........GrU n's 1f1l........ 8.0J: 2.0817: ? ? ?
bond with sureties to be give a 4 25 a 12 51 p.......Highland.-...... 182 p 1050 P .20 ........Lakeland...... .. 7.55 1.5514 17.1 7.C17 ...........Oviedo ............ 6.40 _._
approved by the Directors 4 08 a 12 3'\ ..... ... La ... .. 144 1110 ? ia
> be fixed P wl3y ; p p 51 ........ 7.30 1.00 6 19'.......1 7.15 ar..Lake Charm....iv 6.20_-....
fiVram.iV by them rondl-
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tinned a 1212 p.NStarke.. ....... 216 p 1140 p 11.201Arrive..Bartow-L .
57 UlO
tSe faithfully account for all 3 05 a 1125 a......LV Waldo Ar-... 2 50 p 1215 ve 7.151240 0 ,
.moneys,"7. As( coming into his hands. S15 p 1125 a..... Ar Waldo Lv..... 2& p 7 30 a Bartow lranch.-Lally.:: No. -At Lakeland with train for Bartow,
:shall be soon aa ten per centum of the capital 7 40 p 1100()() a.-.Falrbanks....... :310 p 8 05 a I l at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow.No. .
for the subscribed for, the subscribers shall, 1 (00)() P 10 30 a.......Gainesville?..... 3 35 p 10 30 a South Bound. north $onnd.Pas. .11-At Bartow Junction with train from
'meet and purpose elect.of organizing this corporation, 5&5 p 9 55 a.......Arredondo....... 3 54 p 1110 a Pas. m Pas. Pas. Tampa; at Bartow with train from Pember- "
secretary Directors, a President and a 4 30 p 915 a....._Archer.......... 4 30 p 12 25 p No. &Ft' K1'ATIONS.. :' &Ft No ton Ferry,and Florida-Southern Railway for
uccessors,and Treasurer to serve until their ,- 8 39 a......... Bronson........ 5 06 p 11. 13. :; q 12. U. Punta Gorda. $
The shall be elected and qualified. 615 a..Cedar Key..... 7 20 p -- No. 12-At Bartow Junction with train for <
subscribers shan then and as soon as A J( P. :M Lv Ar A)1'. P.X. Sanford.No. i
lhteJ5' ureJsbndshallbe >roved,. pay Tampa Division. 11.45 7.40 Bartow J'nc J7 10.40 7.10 13-At Bartow Junction with train from
at least twenty-ffre per cen- JS O. 4. No. 8. No. 7. No.3. 12.00 7.M 5 WinterHvn 210.25 6.5.5 Tampa.No. .
tum of the amounts of their subscriptions. 10.15: a 405p.......Fernandlna......1010 a 4.00 p 12.m 8.12 .Eagle Lake 8 10.0.'), 6.33 14-At Bartow with Florida Southern
8. Certificates of stock shall be issued and 247p.........Uallahan.........!!27 a 12.35 train from Punta Gorda; at Bartow Junction
signed by the President and secretary and 6.30 a 230p......Jacksonville ._1130 a 83) P '12.55 8.40I17arBartowly_ 51 9.5016.201_ with train for Tampa. .
aSurrLundertheBeal or the corporation, 5.30 a 143 p.......-.Bald wln.12 25 p 10 s0(} p No. 15-At Bartow Junction with trains
and shall be transferable under regulations to 3.05 a 12 05 p..Waldo......-.. 155 p 1215 a CONNECTIONS. from Tampa and Sanford at Bartow with
.bemade by the Company. 1L57 p 1010 a... ........_Ocala.........- 3 52 p 3 20 a TRAIN No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda.
9.! The Corporation shall not at any time 9 50 p 9 OS a-Lv Wildwood Ar... 5 00 p 511 a DeBary-Baya Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains for
bjectitself to greater indebtedness or liability 435p 905 a. Ar:Wildwood Lv.- 5 l.i. P 930a and J..7. & K. W. train from Titusville; Tampa and Kissimmee.No. .
than the amount of its capital stock. 4 00 p 8 40 a......Panasoffkee.... 5 24 p 10 05 a at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow; 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida
10. The President, with the con'' ent of the 230p ......Nwumterville1030a at.Lakeland with train Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at
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Directors, shall engage such agents, employees 810 a..... SL Catherine...... 5 52 p -- No. -At Lakeland wth twin for Bartow ; Lakeland with train for Kissimmee. I
and laborers, make such contracts 8 00 Withlacoochee..... 603 P at Bartow Junction with trains to and from II No.20-At Bartow with Florida Southern
and purchase such materials as n ay be nec -- 7 37 a.Owensboro..N. 62. P Bartow; at Sanford with People's and De- Railway train from Punta Gorda at Lake-
essarl? for the proper conduct of the Company I 7 20 a.--Dade City_...... 6 40 p -- Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville, land with train for Tampa; at Pemberton
s business.' 6 00 a-.Lv Plant City Ar 8 00 p and J., T. &" K.W. trains for Jacksonville and Ferry with Florida Southern RaIlway for
WK. MOSTWIck. Titusville.No. Gainesville and Palatka.No. i
.,. K. S Jacksonville. Branch. .3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through .21-At Bartow with Florida Southern
WM. DevIDsoN. 10 15 a 5 60 p_.....Fernandina....... 710 a 4 0Fp I. Coaches without change between Jackson-II Railway for Punta Gorda.
C. S. L'ENGLE.W. 945a 525p......Hart's Road.?.. 182 a 429 P ville and Tampa. Connects at No.22-At Bartow with Florida Southern
M. BAKER. 914 a 5 03 p..Duval.......-... 7 56 a 5 03 p J,.T. &" K. w. train from Titusville; at Bar- Railway train from Punta torda: ; at Lake
HENRY A. L/ENOLE. '8 30 a 430p......Jacksonville...... 8 30 a fi 45 p tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tampa : land with train for Tampa.
Sept. 16th, 1887. St. Marks Branch. on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Connections are made at Tampa bY the
with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Limited West India Fast Mall,both north

1215 p m ....-_.........Tallahassee 30 a m and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and south bound with the elegant and com-
WE MANUFACTUREWELL : 1157 a m...................Bellair-.............- S 43 a m with Plant Steamship Company's ships for modious Fast Mail Steamships Maacotte and
1058 a m _... ...._.Wakulla-.. 940 a m Key West and Havana. Whitney of the Plant Steamship Co.,to and
ik DRILLS 1030a m ...........St. Marks.. _...?.....1005am No. 6-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana,and with steamer -
Coaches without change. from Tampa to Jack- Margaret for all point on Hillsborougb
FOB ("a"means a.m.time "p"means p.m.time.) sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, and Tampa Bays and Manatee River.
121 D111. Water Coal and Gas St. Marks' Branch trains run Tuesday Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Passports can be applied for through any
Thursday and Saturday only.14eaVlng Margaret from :Manatee River,and on Sundays Notary Public,and Notary's certificate that
Largest HfdruHe! or Jetting. time is given in every case except Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant s uch application has been made when vised
.Fanners ith email outlay where arriving time is named. Steamship Company's ships for Havana and by the Spanish Consul at Key West,will answer -
(experience Uftf'UlCa8CU'V'), Can Trains 1 and 2,5 and 6,7 and 8,9 and 10, and Key West, the purpose of a Passport.
make large profits No risks.Can traim on Jacksonville Branch run dally. No.7 At Lakelxnu with train for Pemberton W. McCOY,
direct'buyers to paying territory.. Trains 3 and 4 daily except Sunday Ferry. I Gen.Freight&Ticket A ent.
PJA... Prospecting Water,Coalor Trains I and 2 have Pullman Palace Sleep;
Gas done on appUcaUo1ao n. ing Cars between ttlver Junction and New
.& !I't'. of WIND MILLS, Orleans. .
HORSE TOWro. FEED MILLS, Trains 3 and 4 have through Pullman Reclining PAN COAST & GRIFFITHS
FODDER AND ENSILAC Chair and Sleeping Cars to and from ,, ,
CUTTERS,TOMPS AMD WEU. SWMIES. Orlando.
1 Mention this Paper. Bend For maps, rates, etc., apply to Company' FRUIT AND PRODUCE, COMMISSION MERCHANTS: jr ,
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Agents or write to '
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Catalogue.CHICAGO -,, c .A. O. MACDONELL, PHILADELPHIA.. j|

u Gen. Pass.. &Ticket, eenL. .Inaugurators of the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida (without. ice).
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; TUBULAR WELL WORKS. D. E. MAXWELL, Gen. Supt. r :"lJacksonvilleFla '
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TIME CARD IN EFFECT JUNE 19, 1887.

STnn&h, New York BOSTON!. All Trains' on this Road are run by Central Direct all-rail route between Jacksonville
f and Philadelphia, Standard Time. Green Cove Spring. Palatka Gainesville
Ocala, Leesburg, Deland Enterprise. Titus-
Boston Passenger Trains will leave and arrive daily ,
ad between ANDp .
as follows: ville; Sanford, Mt. Dora, Tavares;'Winter
and Savannah Park, Orlando,Tampa and Southern Florida.

p PHILADELPHIA. WEST INDIA LAST MAIL Time table in effect June 27, '1&7. Central
15 to 70 HOURS. Arrive Jacksonville..................._... ..12tfO n'n standard time. A means a.m.:P means p.zta.)

Leave Jackson vllie.-................_.....- 7:00 a m
Arrive Waycross....._.:............_....... 9:18 a zn GOING SOUTH.Lv .
Arrive Jesup......N............................__10:32 a m Jacksonville from a., F.k: W. Ky Station.
Ocean Steamship Company. Arrive Savannah......................_...l&'OS p m Cuban -
Arrive Charleston_...._.................... 4:46 p m Pass. MaiL Pass:
\ Arrive RlchmondM............................... 6:54 a m Daily "
or.90 Meridian Time
(Central ) ArrIve Washington......_....................11:30: a m STATIONS. A. M. P. M. P.M.
J i I* a"s :all' o R a t eis : Arrive BalUmore..._....... :..._.......J2:40 p m Lv Jacksonville-.._ 8:00 12:308:45
Between" Jacksonville and New York, 1st class 21.75; Intermediate $16.75; It"xcunlon't3.5O: ; Arrive ph1ladel ...........................w 3:10 p m Orange Park.._-.. 8:30 12:58 4:18
: Steerage IU.75. Arrive New Yor ........_..._..___ 5:50p m 44 Green Cove Spring. 9:00ZI ,,:51
r teMi; Jacksonville and Bostonlt' class J25.00; Excur lon $13.50:Steerage$1250.ThIE Pullman Bullet Cars to and from New York xr Palatka..._..._. 10CO 2:11 553;
Bail follows: and Jacksonville and tollman Sleeping cars Lv Palatka. ___ 10.-06 2:15
Kafklfieent Steamship.. of this Company are appointed to as ; 6:00
.. to and irom Jacksonville and Tampa. Pomona.-. 10:40 9O4
FROM a4VANNAH.TONEW, YORK ". HuntlngtonCres.C.( .'*r

CHAT PAHOOCHEE Capt. Daggett... ... ...... ..... nnday., September 18-- 6:00: a.m mW onLJC As: EXP1:1CS 41 Seville_.._.._?..1115 $:1b 7:10
.}NACOOCHEE Capt/Kemptca.;...:.._..cMharlne_......... ...,..... ..N.N.Tuesday, September 20- 7:30: a. m Arrive Jacksonville............................. 7:15: p m 41 DeLand Junction. 12:($p 3:52 .$a6 .
CITY AUGUSTA... Capt. : ,......_...; -.:.._".....Friday. Septembtr 23;-10:30 a. m Leave Jackson viiie.........._......._... 1:00 a iu Ar DeLand (DeL Ry... 12:25p 4:10 8-J20
I. 'TALLAHASSEE.. ., tepfc>.Flflher-..:_, ..: .....*.....:.. ......10 Bdtt'lay""'September 25- 12 m Arrive Waycross.............:...................- 9:18 a n Lv DeLand (DeL., Ry.N1b0a 1:56 .7:40
CHATTAHOOCHEE,Cftpt.,DAfgett ....,....................Tuef1dttt ::3eptember2'7-200p.m: Arrive Thomasvllle............................ 1:22 p in Lv Orange,City June-. 12:20 4:014U3
NACOOOHEE.CapuKempton.Friday! ,' September' 30:- &00 a..m. Arrive Bainbridge................. ___.... 8:35 p zt ',6' Enterprise Junction. 12 3 1:18.
CITY OF AUGU8TA"apt Catharine ................._......_ und\yf,October 2- 6:00 a, m. Arrive Chattahoochee......................... 4:01 p m ,. bionroeN.._..__._ 12:39: 8:11
TALLAHASSEE Capt.Fuller -M.. ..u.: ... ........ ...... .....Tuesday,October 4-7:00 a.uCIIATTAU00CIIkECMt.DsKett. Arrive Pensacola via L. &N.R.HI:......10:10 p zn Ar Sanford .__ 4:11.: 8:33: :
... ..-....Ui.....N.N.-. FrldyOCtober7-9:00a.m Arrive Mobile via" L.A N.R.R............ 2:15 a m .NN.w.._ 12:52p 4:30) a.S.
NACOOCHEE. Capt.lKempt6Bi.V..: l..:..-.......-....-;-,".". ....:..:.!Sunday,October -10:30 a. mCITY Arrive New Orleans via L.&N.R.R.. 7:10 a m A.M. PM..e."
OK' AUGUST A,.cap Catharine.........................Tuesday October 11- 1:00 p.m Pu'lman Buffet Cars to and from Way cross Lv Sanford.._._.__ 9:00' 6:00
TALLAHASSEE,-Capt 'Fisher ..,..-....................'. ... .Friday; October 14-- 3SOp.: m and'New Orleans via Pensacola and Mobile. Ar" SOrrento.,....._........ 10:12 6:57
SAVANNAH Mt Dora..NN._ 10:32 :13Ar ;
FROM TO BOSTON. Tavars"_.__.___ 10:48 6:2'1"
t GATE CITY & E. R.Taylor::......_........_..__.... .....Thursday, Septezr ber 22- fcSQ a.m A. C. LINE EZFBESS.:
Enterprise_....
MACON 4:00 Leave[ Jacksonville............................ 2:05 m 4:2
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CITY OF Capt H. C. Lewi .....,._. .. ... .........ThUrsday, September p. p
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Leave Callahan.: ...._.................... .. 2:47 EnterprIse 4:31:
8:00 m
ATE CITY Capt!E. B.Taylor......:.._.... N.. ...........---Thursday. October 6- a m p "' Osteen.: ..
CITY OF MACON Capt. H.C. Lewi*.............._......._..........Thursday, October 13- 250 p m ArrIve''Waycross.........._.......:........... 4:40 p m Ar Tltusvllle--. .1N._. -.4M 832
i GATE CITY Capt.3Paylor .... .................... ,... .........,Thursday October S.iiO: ()a.mt Arrive Bavannah.-...._................ 7:58 p m. Wi .
CITY OF MACON Capt Lewis ....,......,..... ..... .. ......Thursday, October 27- 2:39')p.m Arrive Charleston._...__.._....._1:25 si m Lv tsantord (So Fla By). 4:10\
!t >> Arrive Wilmington............................. 8:25 a m :Ar Orlando,....___...... 5:3i
FOR .PHILADELPHIA. Arrive Weldon;.._-.....-...-....-....-. 2:40 p zn 44 Kissimmee............. 6:15
fTh ese Steamers do not carry.Passengers.] Arrive Richmond.............._....._ 6:00 p m 44 Lakeland44 N.NNN.8f
DOUG, Capt. N. F*. Do"!:,*.......-........-...-.,.....,............-Tbursday SeptpmberV-: a.m Arrive Washlngton..........._.............ll:00: p m _Bartow. _...._...__. '8ffl
JURIATA Capt.Aiklns ..._....__......._..._...._-._.Tuesday, September 27- 2sO p.mDEI3SOII Arrive New York ........_............._6:50 a m *4 Tampa (SoFia Ry.... 9ilO
G, Capt. N. F.HowesM N..N.N.NNN.....Sunday, October! 6jOOp.zn I' Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville -Lv Palatka (Fla So Ry I515ST '
>TTNTLATA, Capt. Askins..._...........,.._..............._...__..--Friday.. October 7- 9$0 a. m to New York. Ar Gainesville.! .........__) -
DSSSOUG,'Capt.nofrea. ...."...,....,..,... .....4.. ............WednesdayOctober 12- 1:30; p. m '. Ocala::.....:.......-..?.... 12:20p 1:18

THESE PALACE STEAMERS >sAsT:LOBID. $XPEArrive Leesburg ...-.-._! 3:15:
Short Line Jacksonville ..._................. 9:45am Brooksville........._-. 6:40 ,
:ronnecUzig: with the Sftvazin&h, Florida and Western Railway '(Waycross )

: 'Q&erto> the Traveling Public and Shippers advantage*equalled by no East other and line. Leave Leave Jacksonville4:15 Way.cross.: .....* .**.....***...**:::....*..._ 7:*AS p p III HI GOING NORTH. .
; Through Ticket and Bill of Lading L rooms ued to princlpalpoint.. .North: .Northwestyia Leave,Gainesville............_.....___ 3:45 p m Cuban Mall. Pass. Pus..
SavannaU. For information to
and- 'apply. C. G. ANDERSON Agent Leave Lake City._..............-. .....__S:25 p m ,. Dally. _
HENRY Pier No.YONGE 85.North Agent River, New York. City Exchange Savannah, ,,Ga. Leave Live Oak..._.........._............ 6:55 p m STATION P. M A.M.. A.M., _.
RICHARDSON & BARNARD Bavanziah Pier 1ksion.WL. Leave Thbmasyille.10:65 p m Lv Tampa (So Fla RR). 8:10
,Agent ,. Arrive Albany..................._........_... 122 a m 44 Lakeland...._-.-.-._ 9:30.
JAMBS 18 Third
D.BA8HAGEN 8. Street,Philadelphia. '261 Broadway N.Y. Arrive Montgomery via Cezu R. R._ 7:26 a m 14 Bartow...._._.,_.. 6.KX '. .
J. Eastern nt Florida A
Sav., CHRIS: Mobile via L.&N.R.R......-,. 1:50 p m 44 Kisslmmee.- ....._. 11mezm 11:40
G. U.SORREL. Gen. Manager. ;: \ H. R. Soliciting AgentFor Arrive New Orleans\ia L.&N.R.R. 7:20 p m 44 Orlando............._..-. 12:2 a 710 12OOp
Ticket to S. F.A W. Railway oMce.STATE .
i apply Arrive Nashville via L.&N. R. R.... 7:05 p m Ar Kanford (So Fla R R 1:00 8:30 .1:16-:
i 'j i Arrive Louisville via L.& N.R.R.... 2:12 a m Lv Titusville .. .
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!t. 'XJi GLK., W.A.DXLL. Arrive Cincinnati via L. &N.R. R. 6:30&m 44 N..w.
Osteen............_.._ Js2P
-- Arrive St. Louis via;L&:N. R.R...'':- 7:35 tf;m Ar -s'-. ""
BANK : OF FLORIDA. .. -Pullman Buffet Cars" to and from Jacksonvile Lv Enterprise.___._ ":1S3p.JS7p
and St. Lon ThomasvlUe, Mont
Lv Tavares-._____
goztiery and NashvilleEAST /N 7:00 U'4ila
't Safe lJ pol! t Safe.Open ; 44 MtDora-..._.__...N. 7:1$ 11.=57&
Daily ((8nndays and Legal Holidays excepted). Banking hours fi a. m. to 3 p. m TENNESSEE EXPBSS8.Arrive :" Sorrento-...__...__ 7-38 CslTp
: : _Ja kso11 !le....; __,.._ 7:25 m Ar Sanford.................... AM Itlt
,. Safe Deposit hours 9 a.--m. to 5p.m. 1=3OD
Leave Jacksonville_..&_.............. T.IW p .
Leave Callahiin..._._....._:._ 7:4Op m ,,:Lv Sanford-_...-...?..... 1:15 :20 1
I Fire and Burglar:'FrdOf' Boxes fo-'Renf $10, $15 and $20 p$Tear. Arrive WaycroM_NNN..N.N.NN NNN 9:30 p m 44 Monroe.---. ?. ..ta r :352;

DOUBLE'cO BiNATION'AND TIME LOCKS. Arrive Jesup_. ........-........._......10.- 7 p m 44" Orange City June.... i:4d 9-M '2:0&I
Arrive Ma Jfvla Er?T.:V.'dt O. R.R.:,fcsp a;MArrite I DeLand Junction:"'".: 2:00 9:13 ':11
411I.1 w. If. BAKER, Caal1Jer.I_ HENRY A. LsENGLEr Manager. Atlanta:tlaE. 'T.V.: '*GR.R: ; 730 a mArrive I Ar DeLandDeLandRy( ) 930
Cbattanoef*via E.T.-V.;at G: 1:36 tfm !Lv DeLand ** 4. $ 5 .1 .

J 0 2,500,000 ACRES' OF LAND Pullman Btfffet Cars and ipafieetiger, ooaofeetftb'apd + I Lv Spring Uarden-..,;;;. 2:19 SUST 21S
_ f' -- ; '.CroEB;;Jacksonville ang Cbttttandoftc t"J'" V'H 'u Hev111e.r...._-?.-. 3:02 1O,09 310
-I' 'EkvLIQNAItziiii .... I 44 Huntington..(Crea C) 3:28- 102 1:31i
t '. FOR! SALE Arrive Jacks6nvlllArrive .........._..;... .......-0:30m; '- i. _.44 Pomona....-.-.-.-.-. 8:38 1O: >-l41:
Gainesville..o..1tt3Oa. ; m Ar Palatka..._...-.-... 4:15.; 11R.
BYBAMa IMvCJ ri't .{- NMN1.N M.NWN.N pmLJAllTe : _41X

TIIB FLOBID ?IllTlluh1i OIPiNI G.1lleeV111 _........._-..._ -.3:45 pmi28p if: A''bi
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Leave Lake Cityl.r wN"N..NNNIN.''NNNw s- [ m Lv, LeesburgFla( 80 Ry) V lCm
Lot; LtVe. -OiOf"i.-: &;56 Ocala._;.....-....__. 13.43p
..' I. Arrive Wkyorob8r---_.-.> _..._.11:46 pmin 44 Gainesville..____ I-G 1:30
SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF Arrive Albapy via B.dtW1 R.R-....N fcOO a m Ar Palattfa' ..;.._- _-.-. 10:40 .f:1O

4Columbia Arrive,Micot. via-Central& L....-.. ftldffm Lv Palatka.-...__.._ 4:17 11:17 oj
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R--,.- lOO1m 4. Green Cove 12:19p '
Bradford, Clay, Putnam Alaohua Levy, Marion, Orange, Arrive Chattanooga-via':&A.R.R. 7rf'5 p m 44 Magnolia .Spring5:21 5:23 12 3 4+ '

Arrive 8a vatmah-:;... .;-. -.-.-.-.-. 6tlOaza 44 Park.- -.1N.NNN.___ S'M : :11J'.
Sumter Hernando Brevard Baker Polk & Manatee Orange 12:58 6 43
j HiUsborough, ,. : Anive Charle tom....; -.. v.-.i--.ll:40a'm"Polka ;
.., : .. Jacksonville Ar Jacksonville..._-._ 6i30a: l:28p 6:
.Btttl t Cars to Cln
Oouiisting of the finest Orange,F& :.::1ln", Vegetable and Grazing Land in the State of Flor cinnatlUrfd;through coaches, Jacksonville toCHattrfnoogaV Three trains between Jackson ] *ad!&k'ford. +
-) ida. Prioei tl.25 per acre and upwards, according f to location. No change of cars between Jaekson

For. further information apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,P&lalk,Fla. Pullman Meet ing Cars'tcfand-. from' ,'li. k- and Tampa. I
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,. sob v11J 'att Savannah. The 1230 p.m. Cuban fast mall train awaits
L.: N. WILKIE W. P. COTJPEK Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail .. .... ,. and Htean ship connections .and and stops only at the principal station ana
r ,Chief! Clerk and Cashier,Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. checked through. Also,.Sleeping Car berg at Lemon street, Palatka, making connection
: and sections secured at the C rnpanYI.omee'In : At Tampa with steamers for Key West and
TWENTY YEARS ESTABLISHED. Astor's building,82 Bay street,and at PassengEr Havana on Monday and Thursday evening
Station, and on' board People' Lice Pullman Buffet Sleeping cars are attached to
Steamers H.B. Plant and (Chattahoochee and this train from Ne.w York through to Tampa,
F. .4.. .A.N, DeBary.Baya Line'Steamer City of Jacksonville and to 8:00 p.;m.train from Tampa through to
; WM.P; UARUKE+, Washington.Direct .
Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant. .. General Pafiwin?''T.4 vent.W connection Is made at Palatka with
ft vr '..."' ,. ._ the Florida Southern Railway to anti.from
'Florida Fruit and Vegetables a specialty. No. 234 North Delaware Avenue (below Vine Gainesville,Ocala, Leesburg,and other poinift
Street). Philadelphia Consignments of all kinds of Fruit and. Produce solicited. Returns reached by that road. Also with the St.Johns
....promptly made as advised. stencils and market reports furnished on application. and Halifax Railway for Ormtmd, DaytonaL
,; Reference: H.Q. Kedney Winter Park,.!la.; A. H.. Carey Orlando..Fla..L. H. Lawrence Huntlngtod with stages for Crescent City.
'. ;Winter Park, Fla.,and the trade generally in Philadelphia, and New York. FlI.nqL At Oranage City Junction with B. 8., O. C. Poultry. A..Ry for Lake Helen .nd New Smyrna. At
Monroe wit b Orange Belt Railway for- > pb
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PO. :ElR d CO. and Oakland. At Sanford for all points.
MONCBIEF' P VLTKYTAIIItS; -
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,,\, '01: ... Beached by South Florida Railroad.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN P. e.- Be x 38U, J*:keeasiller Ha Steamer leaves Titnsville for Cocoa, 'Hodc-
ledge;"Melborne and all intermediate I Ic: lings
W. W. FENDKICH
: on Indian zt.8 azn,,Monday,WeUnca-
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FLORIDA I FRUITS\ 1 AND VEGETABLES.. White' and brown Leghoras, Light Bras day and Friday. Returning leave,. Melbonthe -
I' ", i. mas," Plymouth: Rocks, r .Langsbans. and ;at 5:30 a.nu, Tuesday, rhnrBda)"' .
All goods sold day of arrival and check. sal" Wyacdottes. Until further BI tlcewlll; fur- Saturday..
and sent on that day; Give us: a'tJ16\ship-
ment. nlsh-Egg.*,from the above varieties at H pre City ticket office,northwest corner Bay:s..
1.lS 4 itrti! Ya. thlrteefi,delivered, Ezpr* (;oAce. -- Hogan sts. L.C. Dexrad, G. T.A.
:, i, XticlimoMfl. X-eUoa DISPATCH. M.MoAN'',Gen. Supt. and.G. P. A.

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:' 'f ANCY: POULTRY ::,The- *elegant' Steamers of this Line are appointed to' sail '." '.t..

\{': From Jacksonville -
:A.J. A.DA. DSS: % Every Thursday, as follow: '

;.;J '.'.'.i; : MANATEE,FLA., steamer.CHEROKEE.......................................Thursday,September 1st,3:00 p.m s
Notary Public and Justice of the Peace. fA SEMINOLE .........................u... ........Thursday, Septei ber8th,8OOa.m
It CHEROKEE .. ...... .......:ThursdaySeptemberI5th.2tf0p.m
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SEMINOLE...,.......Y'.r........................-........Thursday. eptemb, r22d, 8.00a.m ;
Has for sale one thousand acres of Manatee choiceIaid6n U CHEROKEE:......................................Thursday,September2Sth,2tfO p.m
of ,
Manatee river,In sight
Bralndentown. Ellenton: and Palmetto, andIs Geo. S. Hacker & Son, From Fernandina, Fla.,

manufacturers' agent 2or Wire Fencing, after arrival of F. R: & N. Co's trains follows
Poultry Netting, Lime, Cement, Fertilizers MANUFACTURER! OF! Every Sunday evening as :'

and Plantation supplies,Cracked Corn and DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDINGAnd Steamer DELAWARE................... .......:.... ...................Sunday, September 4th
Rice,Ora elated Lime,Rock and.to belt. Cattle YEMASSEE............,......................................Sunday, September llth
and Poultry treed ground to order In DELAWARE"...... .,..........................................Sunday, September .
steam mill on premises.Has Building Material YEMASSEE.:.... ....T,....... ,.,'.,...u................ .". ...Sunday, September
also breeding kennels of acclimated Office and Warerooms, King op. Cannon St. All Ships sail from Fernandina after arrival of anemoontrains- of Florida R Uway and
Ter-
Irish Bull
Laverock and Irish Setters,
and Colorado Charleston,S. C. Navigation Lompany.
Bloodhounds
riers. Slow-trail bear Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29 E. R.,New York, every TUESDAY and FBI
Catch or. Tiger Dogs (for wild hogs, and Farmers' Wagons and Carts. DAY,at 3 p.m. Tuesdays'ships for Fernandina and Fridays' ships for Jacksonville. 4,
tramps. ) The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line arc unsurpassed. Every attention
OUR POULTRY YARDSare will be given business entrusted to this Line. Direct shipments from New York VIa
'well-stocked' with freshly Imported male If you want a first-class Wagon or Can CLYDE'S FLORIDA LINE,Pier 29,East RIver. .
birds which are mated with carefully selected ':h op for Cah,call on For further Information apply to -
hens of our own raising, each Variety being K.. D. ZAHM, J. A.,STEAD,Agent, F.M. IRO*MONGER,JB. G. F, :P. A. J.A.LESLIE Agent,
Fernandina, Fla. Jackson vllle Ala. 88 r.Bay, Jacksonville '
allotted ttfseparate enclosures in a lorty.acre Jacksonville,Fla. St., ,Fla.
orange grove.) Eggs carefully packed in baskets Office, H. Berlack'h Store,.East Bay Street THEO. G. EGER,Traffic Mana er. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Gen. Agents. R
35 Broadway,N.Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia,Pa.,35 N.Y. '
at following prices: Broadway <
) Pit Games farm Wagons from.............$35.00 to 12.0U
Knapp's

Game b'atams(Sbouldlngs), Light, Brabmas M U4! 11 .... .

(Williams), Rouen 1Lnd Muscovy Ducks,SLOOP P. 0.. ... ........ ;
thirteen. 1 lot in Keuka, near $ 25 GRAIN GARDEN SEEKS' f
Clalborne and Cuban Gamesr.SHver Bearded 1 iot in Keuka, on Lake................. 15 I :. ,: ,
and Crated Polish, W.F. Black Spanish, buff 40 Acres near Bostwick................. 100 ANDFERTILIZERS : '
Laced Beabrightsund Irape:
Cochin rial Wbke{ Goldn Pekln Ducks,f L50 per thirteen. ((0 Acres fruit land at Keuka..*........ 100 .

White Created Black Polands, Houdans, 10 Acres.in town of Kenka ............. 300
Wyaudottes(Preston*), Langshans (Crouds)., 5 Acres Oranges, Peaches and t Tears 600 ,

Boneys Bronze Brown sand Leghorns Seminole,2.00 Turkeys per thirteen., 83.00 per Small Grove and House (nice)..... 700 Xz..LJ.a..1\: : .. :ElOU-B.S.; .
nine. ED. RUM LEY, Keuka; Lake: ,Fla. (Successor to J. E. Hart,)

Booted Wbl e Cuban Carrier Pigeons,SL50 20 West Bay. Street, Jacksonville, Fla. : '
per ralr (Ollie Improved Chest handle none but the. Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent tree'on>
000 ACRES.IS_ GREENHOUSES. Warranted eholerapr or. application. Also,,Wholesale Dealer in
Expru wins tat

TREES AND PLANTS elm prizes Countries.in prcpatd.2 weighed and For- Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat
8808 lb Bend for deecrlp- ,. ,

.We. offer for the Fall trade a large'and fue-stock ous tion and hogs price, also of fowls.these iam rILE GROUND FEED SCREENINGS, COTTON SEED MEAL Etc. '
of desorlptioaofPllU1TaadOrnamcntnl ,
eyerr, L. B.fiULVEB (;0., airclud 0._
"l' UK.'hrlJb-. UOBCS. Vines SMALL If these .
hops are really cholera proof, (
'trltllITS.' hedge PlantsTFrnit Tree Heed- anteed have we, not the solution the proem. ,' STATE AGENT FOR
h.."and Forf'lIIt' Tree 8ee4Ula Priced Catn.Yogae "Uow' to banish hog cholera Write -
Fall of t887 mailed free. &tabliltlted 1852. ,Uculara, ana luvestigato and mention this for paper.nar. -I 1.. E. Tygert & Co.'s./A Star Brand ,Fertilizers.

BLOOHINQTONIPHdNIXmURSERYWDIill ( ) Guaranteed ML .
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Canvas Covers \TORLATE' 'OE 'POTASH, M SULPHATE POTASH, .

FOR E' ;; NITRATE SODA, JT \ KAINIT, ETC.. :

Awarded the First;remiuni. at the South.:.FloridaEzpoiltle'n. Prices on application. .. / c. July 27. tf J It
W AVOn!. Stacks, Eta Send for description and price to the
Pla.MUNSON'S R e V.L.: Y m' a p.. ,:li .1 P
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!. .Patentee. .- ,THOMAS- HIATT,I-e. ..bursr ; < ::9,7
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.TENTS ALL KI' DS. "'idths.t' -LS: FORRESTER'S CHEMICAL MANURES: *
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BOOK Catalogue sent tree. PBKPARBD-roji *
,; 22 to W UtarKe't street, Chicngo.'IU:; i GRINDINGFOB Oranges Trees and other Frulfi and Plantation and tiarden !J
:, SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOR EACH CliO 1-.

Teaclie tq PJanfS I! Sin 8rn !. CORN &( ,FEEDCRINDINC No, Vermin-FeedingiCompounds\ used in the Manufacture. of these. ..Goods.

and 'these
The highest grade goods are the best cheapest and goods meet the want ;
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Should now select and purchase Munle Books find them to be all that Is References can be ;
for their uwj and pleasure during the ensuing needless where goods are!R well known. It can be truthfully said that these are th stabutndard

Falltfnd. Winter. .,
Oliver DUton A Co, Issue SHEET MUSIC !l-F1 The EARTHFiiiiFlDuringMillOutfits
in such immense quantities thant Is perfectly t I BEST on R. T. YOUNG, Justice of the Peace. F. M. COOl'ER, Notary Pnbllo.Ol .
Impossible to advertise It. All new publ'ca V
tions are faithfully and intelligently described ,13,000 .A.oreSJ :>. .;,
In their interesting and valuable r i .E
JTIONTUI/r MUSICAL RECOUD, t i,, Send for Circulars. Address the best quality of heavy oak,hickory and cabbage hammock having miles of river and '
,'l.oo.per year:which every o-e, needs.Look bay fronts and best water: protection In Florida. Especially..:;" ...
Out for the imprint DlNon.vdnlhe MUNSON BROS, .: adapted to Florida fruits. and vegetables. .- : '. 1
& m\1slc"you purchase. They do g a
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Box 816. UTICA N.Y. .a. CD I QrJ q
not care publish anything bat the best .. .... -"" rI -0 (tr.a
music, and their name is a guarantee of ---... .- -- CDJ:2: 0' '
merit. 'g'gCD memo YOUNG & COOPER acva"o
Beautiful
Send for Lists Catalogues and Descriptions New Up., c4 "CIS.c: ....;! .. '"
of any.Music or Music Book wanted. right Piano, R se- u 5"i- 'tS. ifhff| | |
$165. 'g"O e,''a a.1(. a ::! Real Estate Agents, I si5 : c i t=
New And Popular Bo ks. NewOrganao .e4r:1: > o g CISc m"p a.
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Plantation and Jubilee Songs. $60. Greatest Bar- != E.!'" I Palmetto, Manatee Co.- Fla. t :l :: < gains 'Ever Offered .c 0 w@ f : 'a pomo =
Newest and Best collection. 30 cts. Established 28 years. u ..a 0 qu, ms. aps
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Emanuel. Oratorio by Trowbrld e. $1.00, For Catalogues,address Town property Improved and unimproved .
'1.00 perdoz. New. An American Oratorio.Jehovah's Gani Piano and Co. In all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and. <>.'*' -
Organ
fronts Pure salt fish and clams. sites > .,
praise church Book. bay water. Oysters, Lovely building ; ;-t':
Music
Waah1no,N.J.,y. L A. nn minland.an-.Islands.1 Yachtlne nnsnrpassed. Correspondence solicited?;. '>\,_ .,
fI.ro,49.oo per doz. Emerson's newest and -- "

best.: ; WILL BUY THE BEST S A W CANADA UNLEAOHED WOOD:;:' :
t200 HARp. .
United V olccs. For Common Schools, f *

SO ct u $4.80) per doz. Just out. Charming iAUL MILL .Supplied in. Oar Lots.
School. Song Collection. .
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O ;IY8D7 D ITS O IV:A: CO., Boston FOR THE MONEY. Cheapest Fertilizers in TJse.

,, O. H. DXTSON a Co., Write for Illustrated Deaerlptlre Clnmlar.mmm Direct shipments. Guaranteed analysis. Price and Pamphlet free. Address1

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