The Florida dispatch
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055757/00096
 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 24, 1887
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note: D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note: Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
lccn - sn 95026759
System ID: UF00055757:00096
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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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J! DaCosta & Manville Proprietors. .. 'Jl Jacksonville, Fla., 'Meiiday, October 24, 1887.' New Series: Vol. 7, No. 43

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Stoves, ', Crockery, ELLIS & MCOLURE;: .
Skin&Scalp Tin-ware.; ChmaChandeliers .J '
O.. S L'ENGLE Architects and ,Civil Engineers,

Diseases Granite Iron-ware; Lamps Flans,Specifications and Estimates for buildings
of all kinds,Sanitary work etc.
with, the Oil Stoves, -,f'1'1.- : AND ." Burners, Chimneys, 'Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto Block, Bay: St., .
P.O. Box 785
Silver-ware. Jacksonville Fla.
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CLlTIClJf\ -
I House Furnishings, COMPANY Freezers HARDWARE !
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f i' tlb b+ REMEDIES. Table Refrigerators, ,-.+ '* .i
Cutlery, i '*
TORTURING, DISFIGURING, ITCHING, ;". ; ';:.;: : Gate City Filters, ;;'"
pimply diseases of the skin, Fire Dogs, MoGoNiHE'
scalp, and blood with loss of hair,from infancy JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Dinner, Tea and GEO. L
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to old age are cured bj the CUTICORA' Baskets and V ooden.' a.rel. :" : 1 Toilet Sets. w
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(New Building at Old Stand.)
UTICDRA. RESOLVENT,the New Blood Purifier '-Ii-
,cleanses the blond and perspiration of Particular Attention Paid to Mail Orders. 40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville/Fla.,
dlseue.-susta.lnlnsrelements,and thus remove. ',.-- .'
the cause. 'd. ROCKWELL & KINNE ., ,;:.......;
I UTICURA. the great Skin Cure, instantly > .1"
allays itching and inflammation clears the :-r Hardware, Cutlery, Stores and Tinwar tHonsefurnishlnc
,0 Successors to Nichols, Rockwell&:Co.,Wholesale and Retail
skin and scalp of crusts$,scales and sores,and Goods Granite and
restores the hair. I Hardware.,.Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates. Mantels.Paints, ".:Agate Ware, Sash Doors, Blinds*'..:
CTTTICDKA SOAP,an exquisite Skin Heautlfler '
is indispensable +in treating skln1 Diseases feaKwCf.. Oils,. Saddlery,. Guns,. AmmunltioftEtc.-- Oils} Agricultural Implements, -
baby humors,skin blemishes chapped. Parties in town or out will do well tocall or' send for our catalogues and" prices of any Iron and Steel,Rope,Belting,
great oily skin skin beautifiers.Sold CUTICURA. KKMEDIF.S are the .grads they may need in our line. Prices lower than ever. Hose and Packing,Pumps, .

everywhere. Price, TUTICURA, 50c.; 38 West Bay street Jacksonville, Fla. Steam and Water Pipe
SOAP,25c.:; UESOI/VEXT Prepared by the and Fittings, Four
POTTER DRUG AND CHEMICAL 0., Boston, Steel Galvanized

Mass.-Send for "How to ure Skin Diseases." KISSIMMEE LAND AGENCY, Fence Mantels Wire,

TINTED 'With the loveliest delicacy is the Grates
ba lied with A .DEDICATED
8o.1p.A. Ete.
N. DOBBINS; S BRO r 1 'L1 ,
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3,000,000 Acres: Orange. Lightning Powder,7armers'Frlem4 '
and. Boss Plows, Dangler Oil StoresPerry ;;.
of the Richest Lands in the State. & Co's Celebrated Stores and

_i_ _iy_. ;f y.- Ranges,Southern, (St. Louts)White
-- r Lead,Masnry's Pure Colors In Oil,
Masury's Railroad Liquid
Representing all the
Paints, Fairbanks'Standard

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Companies, .

.J i T_ ,,_ Kissimmee Land Company;:' Chattanooga Stove Go's. ... f

Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters, _, ,._-.- AND LOOKOUT STOVES. ",::"' j'

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

t "JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 49-Tln Hoofing Sheet Iron,.Copper and Tin
Work to order.HUGHES'.
4 Gnngmlthing l done in all its branches. Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts, ruth and Low Hammocks,' rst-class Pine. Land,. for 1-i
range Groves,and rich reclaimed lands for garden purposes. TONIC ;
rata.Ktenl fl Qnttine.hv mail 'j
& BODLEY CO. C'ran.ge Gro"Ves'.,.,'."..
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UA W7ACTVR P.S OF .- Send for Price and Description-List. FOR SALE BY DRUGGISTS. .

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Good work at low.prices. Bend for circular. .B fer to this paP >r 0,._';. r; ':; KlMlmmee, Orange:--County. Xla. i LOUISVILLE, KY.



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<871' ': .., ; 1 THE :FLORIDA DISPATCH., = OCTOBER 24,1887.,

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; -'4 : ; MALLORY STEAM S HIP'? LINE I ::,


{.' / v F CENTRE STREET WHARF, 1 t p PIER 21, E. RIVER .


Bate Freight Always Given. < -
Order all your freight from New York Philadelphia and Boston .
via Mallory 8.8.Line from Pier: o.21 East River New orkALWAYS

THE LOWEST. Direct connection at Fernandina with F.R.St N.Ky.,
; : For Jacksonville and all Interior points In the State.
The magnificent Tron Steam blpsoot this Line will sail from 1 .
FERNAN DIN,FLA.,for NEW YORK every Thursday> evenIng This Pioneer Line offers to Floridians,the Traveling Public
alter arrival of 4:00 train from Jacksonville, and evening and Shippers of Vegetables and Oranges the Quickest and
trains.from Cedar Key,Ocalo,Lee bunc,Tavares, Orlando and Only Direct Line to New York.
South Florida points; Through Tickets and Information secured In advance at
RIO GRANDE_.._.................._.. .Thursday.Peptetr her 8 principal points in Florida. Staterooms reserved from Jack*
8'ATE OF TEXAS--_............. hi.reday,Fep'emher 15 sonville or FemandlnaoftJce.
RIO GRAND...... ..._.-......._...... .Ti unday,8eItE'mber22 -Trains leave F. R.&N.Co's Main Depot foot of Hogaa
STATE OF TEXAS............-_ ...._.ibursday.September 29 street Jacksonville,at 8.30 a m and 4.30 p m,on sailing days*
RIO GRANDE....._......---. ...._.........Thnmlay, October 6 landing passengers on Steamship's What, foot of Centre St.
STATE OF TEAS_..__.__....__.......Thnreday.October IS Evrviiuxitlon possible is extended Fernandina. "*
..... ......... .. ... .._ October 20 passengers going
RIO GRANDE. ._ .Tbursday, by thll UnfO. The table is with the best the 4&For Tickets and State-rooms and further information,
STATE OJ' TEAS_..._..N.............._ inursaay,October New York'and Florida Applied markets afford. apply to "

R. W. 80UTHWICK, Agent, Fernandina,Fla. A. H CRIPPEN, Gen'l Travling Agent. J. M. CUTLER Pass.Agent,75 West Bay 8U,Jacksonville,FUu.
C.H.MALLORY A "..General Agents Pier 20 East River foot Fnlton street New York City. .



TJl.: .e :E"'loric': Dl.sp: : a-to'Jl.: Line: : -- .

With the Magnficent Connections. -

The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.The .

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

Double daU71Ut freight service for all points West via Albany,,Jesup and Savannah.Double dal'y fast'freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah -
to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Calla- 1
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior han and'Live Oak. -
and Coast points,including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Trl-weeklyservtce by>> the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from
Providence. New York(New Pier 35,.North River,) direct for Savannah Tuesdays,Tbursd.aysand Satur
Trt-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company,leaving Savannah days. '
Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursday
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company,lea.vor Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight train
ing Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. for all points in Florida. Only direct line froiu \Tew England to the Sonth.
Weekly'connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, leaving From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., .. ig from Philadelphia every Saturday for
Savannah every Thursday. Savannah direct. .
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via the Ocean Steamship Comany,leaving Savannah From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation Co.,two steamers per week-
trery Saturday.Balllngdaya from Baltimore for Savannah direct making|close connection with S.,F.A: W.Ry for all
for Steamships are subject to change without notice. points South. ,
The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and best fast freight route from all points North, East and West to Florida. For full particulars,rates stencils and shipping receipts apply
to any agents of the above lines,or to r WM. P. HARDEE, Gen'l Freight Agent,Savannah, Ga.
C. D. OWENS, Traffic Manager,Savannah,Ga. W...M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Traffic Agent,Jacksonville,nV..
H.M.SCH YJ.Trav"Acent,Ga1n mllt'. J, E Dn.A.nON.Trav. A cent. Live Oak. J.H.STEPHENS,Agent,Jacksonville.



'General Commission: Merchants, BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGETABLES.(


., References-A.n.Manvllle,Jacksonville; L. L Newsome Crescent City; B.F.Whitner, Supplying'Not Only Plant Food, but Organic Matter. .
.Ft..Reid; Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C. \i. Campbell,Jr.bcala; 4th Nat'l Bank, Boston.


c;... ,s. P.A.L1\4E: ] 9- VEGETABLE MANURES: ..J. ,

'WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANT Ammonia.u..:...",.... .......... 4 per cent J Phosphoric Acid................... 234 percent.
Sulphate Potash........... ....... 6 per cent -
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100 Reade Street, New Itork Ammonia...................;..... 3%per cent I Sulphate Potash............*.11 per cent
Consignments solicited and Returns made promptly. Stencils and Market Reports furnished Phosphoric. Acid....,....u?'.... 5 to 6 per cent I| Potash,actual.................... 8%per cent

.' BEI'EBENcEs-Chatham on application. National Bank,Thurher,Whyland&Co.,New York City 1 ale ....The remainder consists of thoroughly pulverized humus. "
".Banks and established Produce Merchants of New York,Philadelphia,Baltimore and Bosto: ,. .

Pc-VVEl: S d:3: CC>.,

.. I have used "Our Favorite" Fertilizers upon Orange Trees,Roses and Garden Plants.
and 1 do not want anything better.
.i' I tried your Fertilizers on Onions,Cauliflowers and other Vegetables. I consider it ar>."",,-
goods sold day of arrival, and check and sales sent on that day. Give us a trial.ship excellent and cheap Fertilizer,which will greatly improve the land, and Is not simply a
ment. stimulant. '
.H. LEGLER,Haskell, Fla. '
,1524 lJaintreet4: RicImion Va.TWENTY .
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;w' .. YEARS Orange"Tree:Manure...........In sacks $2i 001 I Vegetable Manure .............In sacks $17 (OO)(
'' ... ." :- ., :.......inbbls. 2500 .................in bbis. 180Or ()(
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:;>" Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant. ,. ',', '." '' TERMS, STRICTLY' CASH. '
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Florida Fruit and Vegetables a specialty. No. 234 North Delaware Avenue (below Vine
Streetthiladelphia.) Consignments of all kinds of Fruit and Produce solicited. Return. CEO. HUTCHINSON, .
promptly made e sad vised. Stencils and market reports furnished on application.
Reference: H.S.Kedney,Winter Park, t la.; A. H. Carey Orlando, Fla.; L.H. Law.ftnce Crescent City, Florida.INVESTORS. .
Winter Park Fla.,and the trade generally in Philadelphia and New York. .




FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY. Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for investment or Cultivation..
Certain Market for Farm Produce; Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Dally:Malls.
Consignments specially solicited during the Exposition. Prompt returns guaranteed. A\ Town Lots San Pablo and Atlantic City on the J nstallment Plan if desired. Address
I ",' 1 '-}"".". JAB. M..KBXAMXB,President,over Bank of Jacksonville,or W.n. GRANT$apt.,,,. '

! O8 Peaelitree St., Atlanta, Ga, 'f..'"San> Pablo,Florida..., .
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For the FixmlDA. DISPATCH. I I till May attracted. much attention I! setts as usual,. and to my surprise and

T::1e farm Texas Blue Grass. from almost every passer by the place, !I gratification! the seed came up splendidly -

,. Three years ago last May I pur- many even coming in to inquire re- ;! (and let ,me say here that, for
A Winter Grass. chsed 1,200 sets of 'Texas blue grass, garding it. It seeded in May resem- myself) if I could obtain seed at a

millet and although the seller's advice was to blingthen very much a field of what is reasonable price I should prefer it to
Rye, oats, cow- ,
peas sorgum plant, or set out from October 1st till called at the North "Herds grass." start a plot instead' of sets), and I
crab grass, beggar weed, and other not later than the last of May I re- I the
gathered seed and kept till last expect this spring, 1888, that -I shall
forage plants afford the Florida ceived mine and set out same last of fall when, moving to this place, I be- have a good stand. I have not been

farmer and stock raiser an abundance May and some in April. It was thought me to see if the Florida raised able to fertilize as would make it do

of green food for nine months in the rather dry for weeks; I watered once seed would germinate and therefore its best, but it does not die out during

But nutritious win or twice. It was put out on coarse, sowed some on the ground before putting drowth, but of course will do betteron

,year. a vigorous, red, sandy, high pine In11(1( the secondI out the setts, not daring to risk fairly moist land, as will anythingelse

ter grass that would withstand the sum year from breaking u r same. :I, kept, I I the seed alone. It is quite a little job ,but you can raise it on the poorest

mer in this climate has hitherto '> t; ...... pine I land, but like almost everythingelse

been a desideratum., From present ,* will require more fertilizer there.I .
indication" !", the Texas bluegrass i*. ', believe it is to be one of our best

seems to fill this want. In resources for making winter pastureor
feed, and from my limited -
the DISPATCH of May 9th, 1887, i l I with it, Ishould predict it would

we published a practical accountof 0a prove better for feeding on the lot

this grass in Florida from the \\ i than to cut for fodder. I may be

mistaken, but, for this section unlesson
pen of W. P. Horne, our well .
:. / quite moist land, 1 think that will
t known correspondent, and afarmer I 4 be the best plan.It .

of wide experience in this will delight the eye of anyon'e to

State. This week we give another \' I have a good plot about the house ,fora

chapter of experience with the : green, fresh looking lawn during our

Texas blue grass in Florida, and ( ? k winter months when everything else
\ .r in the fields is brown and rusty during
also a accurate of r : \ \
very engraving' : :; its yearly rest.I .

this grass. \ \ : learned from Mr. Horne, throughthe

"This grass" according to Dr. : Ar, DISPATCH, a neat little>>ick about

Vasey in his"Grasses of theSouth"was ) \ cleaning off the blue grass plot in the

"first described, by Dr. John ::1) \\\ fall, i. e., go over it with a scythe! or
mower and when the clippings are .
Torrey, in the report of CaptainMarcy's LII\ dried
\ ,sufficiently, burn it over. If you
exploration of the Red have all read Mr. Home's interesting

River of Louisiana,as having: been p extracts about this same Texas blue
p I \
found in 1852 on the headwatersof I grass, this will appear, I am afraid,
'l n nI rather tame in comparison; however,
the Trinity in Northern Texas,
it may answer to give additional
and named Poa
arachnifera from I
the of weight to those extracts, by showing
profusion webby hairs
that from experiments in a different
about the
growing This section from Mr. H.
that I
can endorse
variable however
all he has so interestingly statedto
ably depending somewhat on the i !h us. I will say, furthermore, that
amount of shade
or exposure to
if you want a sward for lawn or
which the
grass subject. The
other and that
seeds, besides being small]]
very care or attention (although like
are especially difficult
to from
their sow V f other thing the better care the better
of this lint or covering together of by webby means result), that Bermuda grass will giveit

hairs. There has been considerable f to you the quickest and easiest, but
when once it has a foothold it is like
complaint of the
o : bad habits hard to get rid of. As for
the seed to ,
grow, though some -
me, I would rather a neighbor would
grown successfully. The
give me the scabies than to get
grass propagated with less "
care* of it into of mine but
any a grove fora
by means of the sets or fragments
summer pasture away from ,
of the subterranean grqves
stems, and so it would do admirably, I think; then
long as the seed remains
at its i
for winter and have
present high price this will often I grass green
be found the must air feed the year round. In conclusionlet
satisfactory A
me sum up its virtues : It will
of f ;
way getting a start.
Texas blue stand heat, drought, cold, neglect;
but little known grass, though still gives a, good, fresh green lawn in
promises to become
r winter in
the best winter strong contrast to the natural
grass throughout : barrenness of the fields, and even
the South, wherever there i is v
the Bermuda and will
if in
good soil and fair
a of
degree rain-
; furnish feed for
quantity animal
fall. It has been too little triedat any
the North for needing such feed as grass or hay
any satisfactory when unable to get it from other
estimate to be formed of its value
source, for if oats or other grain is
there. In
Kansas it has been
.. sown in the fall its roots have not got
for .
grown several
established but it is
so, easily torn
years. A plat of it planted on TEXAS BLUE GRASS Poet( Arachnifera. up;
: but unlike the Bermuda grass it wills
,me grounds or the Department weeds- and- other grass out of it as wellas to distribute or sow the seed, as it i not stand over to another winter getting -

last spring has stood the winter possible during summer,for as usual I covered with a cottony sort of material, its hold firmly in the soil, bidding

and is now (March 1) about three the blue grass does not grow during as I am told is also the nature of Kentucky I defiance to cattle pulling it up. Yet

inches high, and looking as well as the summer. Some of it died and blue grass. I spread this over I once you want to get rid of it, it is
any of the grasses on trial. The plat some got pulled up and hoed up dur- the ground and beat and scratched i iit it like all good things and good habits

was grown from the sets. Seeds sown ing the cultivation, but in the fall it about with a garden rake, till I had more easily gotten, rid of than bones

at the same time failed" to grow. begaa to grow, and from January it fairly distributed, then put out my like the Bermuda. C.H. L.}


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876 ," :' ,. .TIIE' FLORIDA 'DISPAA.Tc1 OCTOBER 24, 1887.
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theless, if ever I have large trees infested 1 ted to grow until about the first of ''I. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
The Orane rote with scale, I have my remedy, simple and. sure at hand. I two horse mowing machine is set of i Your request in the last DISPATCH
For.the. FLORIDA DISPATCH. WM. SINCLAIR. work and the grass is soon converted I for the history of the Early Spanish
THE PASTE CUBE. Candler. Marlon County. Fla.,Oct.17,1887. into excellent hay. I orange, I have just noticed. To Rev.
I Lyman Phelps, of Sanford, belongs
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. This course of operation gives several -
A Valuable Insecticide.I GROVE MANAGEMENT.The advantages. the soil is frequentlyand i the credit of introducing this variety,
see in the DISPATCH of the 10th thoroughly tilled during the grow- !:and I procured buds of him some
instant the following paragraph regarding Value of Crab Grass for Hay ing season and the trees make a vig-- three years since, and I wish he would
my paste cure : "A splendid and as a Fertilizer. orous growth. The ground is shaded give us the history and bis opinion of
remedy for insects on orange trees is Greatly increased attention is being by the crab grass during the three this earliest of all good oranges that
to make a paste of flour and water, given to the value inherent in crab most trying months, and the dissipation I[ know.If .
boil the same and then apply lit to the grass which springs up abundantly on of the fertility of the soil prevented I mistake not, in October, 1883,
foliage, branches and trunks of the any of the Florida land that is well by the protective covering I first tasted this orange in company
trees. In a week or ten days the fertilized and cultivated. It is a great while the ,tree is growing or develop with Mr. Phelps on his own place. It
paste will scale off and with it every boon to Florida, and many of the cultivators ing its fruit. A valuable crop of hay was then sweet and juicy, as it is this
vestige of insects." I can indorse all who depended upon imported is cured at a season when it is not season. Last year, in October, I
the paragraph claims and will now hay before the late lamented freeze, liable to be spoiled by rain. fruited it myself for the first time; it
result of make all need besides then was also sweet and of good quality -
give, more particularly, ex- now they turn- Having harvested as much hay as
periments tried on different trees and ing under large quantities of grass to he requires for his horses, mules and So it would be reasonable to suppose -
vines. infested by insects. enrich their land by the needed addi- two handsome grade Jersey cows,,the that after three tests, in three
First let me state the source of my tion of vegetable matter to the soil plow is again brought into requisitionand different seasons, its habit of ripening
information : It was in the New York deficient in the elements required for the whole grove thoroughly early and being a really good orange
World I read about the paste icmedy. the formation of humus, that great plowed, the uncut, grass and the roots even the last of September, would
Believing in the old adage, We are necessity of plant growth. In my by their decay adding to the fertilityof hold good for all time, and I fully
never too old to learn," I determined rambles over the State, I have seen the soil. ilr. Tilden sells no hay, agree with Mr. Phelps in thinking it
\ to give it a trial on the first warm, quite a number of fine groves on high as he believes the grass to"add more in e very valuable acquisition, and in-
- dry spell weather we had. I made pine lands, some of them occupyingold value to the land than he would get tend to plant largely of it. I do not
my paste just thin enough to scatter worn out fields that were a few for the hay. He has been very suc- think that Mr. Phelps has ever writ-
easily off a whitewash brush. Select- years since covered with broom sedge, cessful, and I believe his course of ten anything about this orange, for I
ing a tree in my nursery !l.-adty affected being two exhausted to grow a higher procedure most excellent and advan-i have noticed that he rarely speaks of
by scale, I covered it with a class of vegetation, yet the fine, vigorous tageous, and well worthy of imitation. new varieties until he is sure of them.
coating of the paste. The sun and groves have been made by the use SHERMAN ADAMS. Of the three crops of the Early Span-
wind did the rest of the work. of but very little fertilizer by turning Gabriella, Fla., October,1887. ish orange tested, Mr. Phelps' was
Three, days after I looked at my under cow-pea vines and crab grass.A ( grown on pine land and my own two
tree, which, but for the particles of case in point is that of Mr. L. F. POTASH FOB ORANGE TREES. on hammock. I do not think that
paste still adhering to it, could not Tilden -of Oakland. He has some soil or location has more to do with
have been recognized as the sickly- 2,000 vigorous orange trees in his What is the Most Economical and its early ripening than of any other
looking tree I had doctored, for trunk, groves, 1,500 bearing, and some 10- Effective Form and Method of variety. H. S. KEDNEY.
branches and leaves were beautifully 000 four year old trees in nursery. He Application? Winter Park, Fla., October. 4 10, 1887.
.clean and of a bright green color.I has remarkably fine groves, some of I have been very greatly interestedand For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
examined the particles of dried them being on high hammock land, benefited by the perusal of your The Soldier Bug.
paste and found the scale insects but his pride is a six acre grove on paper, though not a subscriber. I In response to your ,request in the
baked into them.I pine land (and 4,000 nursery trees), come to you at this time to get, if pos- DISPATCH of September 19th, page
next tried the paste on a vigorous that he has brought to its present ble, some information about fertilizers. 782 :
growing bud which was affectedin gratifying state by plowing in crab "We have of our own and in By a very complete experiment I
a similar manner as the buds de- grass. Now that the'trees have commenced our charge about 200 acres of orange became convinced that the Green
scribed by your correspondent, Hon. bearing, and they are well grove ; so you will see it is a questionof Soldier Bug was not the whole cause
C. F. A. Bielby, of DeLand, in DISPATCH laden with fruit, he gives each tree great importance to us, as we be. of the die-back in my grove ; in fact,
of August 29th. I had tried about ten pounds each of first-class i lieve in feeding an orange tree. We I think I aggravated the disease in
cutting off the tender twigs that had commercial fertilizer, commencing last i have been in the business for several my successful fight with the bug.
die-back, but in a few days other year. Up to that time crab grass and years and have both pine and hammock .. Having sought for other causes, and
branches were ready to be severed. I cow-peas turned under had been all land groves. Have used about removed them, my trees instantly responded -
. saw I might go on cutting till there the fertilizing .they had received, yet all the list of commercial fertilizers, nearly outgrowing the disease -
was no tree left. their' appearance indicates the very but for two years have used nothing the first year, and totally before
I then applied the paste; a week after best of care and attention. but pure blood and bone. This has the end of the second year The trees
the tree put out a thrifty new The trees are encouraged to branch given us grand results on young trees now, four years later, are as bright
growth. More than a month has very low to prevent the possible approach up to the time of beaming, but we and healthy as it is possible to be.
,passed; still no return of the disease. of a plow, that great destroyerof think it deficient in potash to make Where the green bug prevails it is
The only theory I can give is, that the the feeding roots of orange trees fruit well. The question then not advisable to plant cow peas, for
tender twigs had been stung by an in- trees, and also, to keep the with us is how to supply this needed the bug will leave the vines when the
sect, "as suggested in the answer given trunk of the tree and the ingredient. Some> have advised us to sap in them fails and attack the
to# Hon. C. F. A. Bielby;" the insects ground shaded) cool and moist. use hard-wood ashes with the blood orange tree, killing every tender
.. being on the tree when I applied the The low branches also prevent the and bone. Our objection to that is. shoot, giving very much the appear-
remedy, they were encased in the dry- application of the fertilizer close to that the shippers of Canada ashes ance of die-back. JAS. FRANKLIN.
ing paste. the trunk of the tree. The bearing only claim about 12 per cent. of pot October 10th,1887. .
My third experiment was on a grape surface, the tree partaking of the ash in the analysis of the ash. We For the FLORIDA. DISPATCH.
vine, an Ives' seedling, which looked character of a circular pyramid in have thought of buying pure potash The Maltese Blood.Is .
to me past recovery, so eaten and shape, is near the ground, much more and mixing it with the Blood and the Maltese Blood a prolific
i blighted was it; the green part of the convenient for inside pruning, while Bone. Then the question arises, bearer? What ,time does it ripen?
<:;leaves all eaten out, leaving the veins, the fruit can be picked with greater what kind of potash shall it be ; mu- How late will it stay on the tree?
which made it look like a vine of cob- rapidity and at less expense. In every riate or sulphate? We see that able How for quality? R. 0. CRESUP.
'webs. I gave it a bath of paste, and, respect; therefore, the low branching writers in your paper disagree as to Lakeland, Fla.,October 17,1887.
.1 to my astonishment, that vine com- proves a gain.The which kind is best, and we frankly We fear our correspondent, Rev.
pletely recovered, and put on such a first plowing]:) is in February, confess that we 'do not know. We Lyman Phelps, will be constrained to
rapid growth that the leaves on it today and cultivation is continued until the will be very grateful for informationon cry out, like Mr. Hart, that he"wantsto
would persuade you that now is first of July, keeping down the grass! this subject, especially as to what be let alone." But, like Mr. Hart,
the spring time of the year.I and weeds by plowing or harrowingas kinds, how to apply, and quantity per the information he possesses is too important -
have mentioned this remedy to often as may be necessary for that tree. "HAWKEYE." to the public, and he is too
. several friends, but have been met purpose and keep the soil in a condi- The foregoing is the second inquirythis philanthropic to render this possible.
with the objection that it could not be tion of perfect tilth. Then it receives a Will Mr. Phelps take time from other
successfully applied to large trees. final plowing and is harrowed until it week as to the most available matters which he has notified us now
Well, it is certain that large trees is perfectly level, the stumps haying form of potash for fruit trees. We engross his; attention, to give the readers -
would take more paste, and more time, all been removed. The crab grass soon shall be glad 'to hear from our:;experienced of the DISPATCH a categorical answer '
consequently more trouble. Never thickly coven the surface and is permit- fruit growers on this subject. to the abovei-Ei. F. D.


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LECONTE PEARS. this the peach is not thought to be a trees do bear heavy crops at the very
fee Orchard reliable and profitable crop there. etart. To go to regular bearing, a
Why Wait so Long for Fruit? Our judgment is that the Kelsey is a walnut must bear catkins, or staminate

Peach Stock for the Kelsey. One of the greatest objections to the boon to East and ,South Florida, and or blossoms. People having
LeConte in Florida is the length of we advise the people to plant freely of young walnut trees, about eight or
We have had
considerably discus-' time required before the trees beginto this remarkable fruit. nine years of age, can very well tell
sion as to the best stock upon which to bear. Mr. W. H. Haskel], a well JAS. P. DEPASS, whether their trees will have catkins
"work" the Kelsey plum. Our cor- bhell Pond Nurseries,Archer, Florida. the ensuing spring, as the embryo
known LeConte pear grower, says the We Mr. DePass has takenup
respondent Mr. Geo. L.Taber, who are glad catkin can very well be detected on
has made trees can be made to bear younger this subject with intedt to do the side of small limbs on the main
a signal success with this
fruit simply by budding or grafting them. justice to the Kelsey. It should be stalk under the form of sharppointedcones
expresses himself on, this subjectin (Moat of the trees in the State have borne in mind that in from a quarter of an inch in length;
a recent issue of the Florida Agri-- report shorter on the black walnut. The
culturist, as follows : been grown from cuttings.) Writingthe those who have fruited this plum, in moment a walnut produces catkins, it

At the last meeting of the FloridaNurserymen's Agriculturist, Mr. Haskel says: the various sections of the State, which is going into bearing. So is it the
Bud or graft the trees as you woulda the DISPATCH took some pains to elicit case with filberts and chestnuts.
Association held in Pal-
The effects of work-
seedling orange. .
latka August 9th, the subject of the thepear1 and publish a short time since, no
ing over or budding or grafting For the FLORIDA DISPATCH..
best stock for the Kelsey plum came up first came to my notice some four mention was made of the curculio, Applying Potash. ;'

for discusion and the majority of those years ago at Tallahassee, seeing the And, while it is possible this pest may I write you to enquire which of the

that expressed a preference as based Keiffer worked on the Chinese Sand attack the plum to a serious extent, two grades,of potash, sulphate or mu
pear. Those buds bore an abundanceof we have as yet no evidence of the fact. riate, is the best to use as fertilizer for
upon experience and observation were fruit the second and third
years, -ED. F.D. orange and peach trees, and what is
in favor of peach stocks while the main tree did not fruit for the difference in the two grades?

You doubtless remember, Mr. Editor some years after. Now, why not bud The English Walnut. How much can we use on a five-
all our LeContes? If large, put budsin Felix Gillett, of California, who '
* the Kelsey's you saw at my place year old budded tree, or a three-year
this summer, and recollect how ex- as many limbs as you wish; if small, makes a specialty of English walnuts, peach tree with safety, in connectionwith
one to three years old, one to three writes to the Pacific Fruit Grower bone meal or alone?
tremely prolific they were, the luxu- buds in a tree will do. about the advantages which the culture A. D. TAYLOR.
riant gro. th of the tree, and the size Now, the next question that will be of this fruit has ahead of the
Will Messrs. L. H. J.
and flavor of the fruit, and it may asked is, where will we get buds from production of other fruit. Armstrong,.
perhaps interest you and your readersto fruiting trees? This question should "No crop is more easily gatheredthan H. White and others favor us with
know that all of those trees were never have been raised. Just'use, the that of the walnut, and it is readyto their experience as to'the relative

budded or grafted on peach stocks. If best buds you can obtain, without regard be gathered after all other crops are merits of muriate and sulphate for

the peach stock for Kelsey is a failure, to whether they are from a tree in. Everyone likes to gather walnuts fruit trees? We believe it is an open
as the correspondent of Farm and one or two years old, and wait about It needs no coaxing of children to
which form is eco-
Garden announces as his belief, then two years and you will see as good re- lend a helping hand, and the women question as to most .
allow me to say that I am well pleased sults as desired.I volunteer themselves for that gentle nomical. '
with the "failure" and shall continueto have consulted the best pomolo- work; for when ripe, the husk breaksoff Will Messrs. G. L. Taber, J. P.>

propagate on the peach stock for gists in this and adjoining. States on Jetting the nuts fall to the DePass and other peach growers state
my own use at least, Farm and Gar. this question.: Their replies were, we ground. To make them fall more through the DISPATCH the method
den's correspondent's assertion that can see no difference in time of fruit- readily a man with a long and slen-
this stock is "wholly unfit" notwith- ing, whether buds are from fruitingtrees der pole, striking gently on the limbs, and quantity they have found most
standing. I must say I think the asser- or from young trees.. makes the nuts drop like hail. The effective in applying potash to peach

tion too broad a one on the part of said If our trees were seedlings the per- work of gathering them in "boxes or trees-ED. F. D.
correspondent, for if any tree can showa baskets to be carried where they can .
tinence of Mr. Haskel's! reasoning
more vigorous and healthy growth, dry, is then easy. They can then be For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
or develop and mature finer fruit,than would be apparent; but as they are stored ready for shipment at any time The Honey as a Stock.I f
the Kelsey plum on peach stock has from cuttings, they should, if started during the winter to a near or distant notice in your last issue Mr. Mott
done with me I should be glad to ob. from bearing wood, bear as soon as market. No insect pests, no scale seems to infer that the Honey'peach's
tain it. On one of my trees (less than they attain sufficient size. But the bug, no codlin moths prey on the wal roots are subject to disease. He
three years old) there were four hun- nut, attack its wood, devour its leaves, certainly must be mistaken, as I find
often in
dred and seventy-six plums when the cuttings are perhaps most or ruin its fruit. No need of a"Union"or the seedling Honey the best stock
tree was photographed, June 15, 1887, cases, taken from non-fruit bearing or "Association" or even "middle- : either for peach or plum, entirely free
and I had to have a frame built aroundit water sprouts, and this may be the men" for the marketing! of its readily from any disease. His Honey referred -

and the tree tied up from top to bot- cause of their reluctance to bear, and marketable crop. We ,have the to must have been budded on

tom to enable it to sustain .its load ; budding may be an efficient remedy.ED. whole United States for a market. other stock.
other trees two years old were also What better inducements could be SAMUEL KENNARD.Waldo .

loade,! to the breaking point, and numerous F. D. offered for planting the nut?" Trees Fla.,Oct.' 10.,.1f..3T. :-

one year old trees had all they For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. well taken care of bear sooner tha. A few days Mr. J. J. Del-,
could carry, all of these on peach stocks The Kelsey ana the Curculio. trees not planted right, and champs showed ago us some very fine : .
without extra care, the majority of the MB. EDITOR Your editorial witha left almost entirely to themselves;: specimens of a Japan chestnut grownon
trees having not been fertilized at all part of Mr. Van Deman's letter to such trees, at the same time, his place at Mobile. They were

this year. Specimens of these plums Professor Whitney, of the agricultural bear larger crops and nicer fruit. not so large as the Spanish chestnut, .
weighed as high as five and one-half college, may discourage many persons The walnut is not precisely an excep- and scarcely as large as the average .
ounces each and measured eight and from planting the Kelsey plum in tion to that rule. The English wal- American chestnut, but they were '
three-quarter inches in circumference East and South Florida for fear it is nut and all its varieties, includingthe really beautiful, being smooth, plump
and the query I would like answeredby peculiarly liable to the stings of the Prceparturiens, go to regular bear- and firm. Color considerably lighter
the party who says the peach stockis curculio. Permit me to say that it ing at seven, eight or nine years of than that of the American species.
"wholly unfit" is what size he would does not follow that because the cur- age, oftener at nine than at eight or Their history, as given by Mr. Del-
expect them to attain on a stock that culio stings the KelseyH of Professor seven. The nuts borne on trees two champs, is as follows: In Februaryof
suited them? and how many plums to \Vhitner in Lake City, that they will to five years old, like we see with the last he received a few
the tree? One branch only sixteen sting it where they do not attack the Pr parturens{ have all to be fertilized small trees year that had been brought
inches long on one of my trees contained peach. In the East and the South of by the catkins of bearing trees in the direct over from .Japan. They were

tiiirty-six large plums, and ]I the State we have not heard of the neighborhood; the wind carrying the grafted on chestnut stocks. In March ..
herewith enclose a photograph of it, curculio, whether in reference to the pollen far away and scattering it following they were set out. This
together with several others of the peach or the Kelsey. In my section broadcast all over the land to a pretty two of the trees fruited. Theyare
Kelsey plum on peach stock, as it has there are many who do not know the good distance; in that way are the year now about Four feet in height
grown with me. Accurate memoranda' fly that does the damage, because it is nuts of such small trees and young Mobile Register. ,
is attached to each of these photo'sand not here. Wherever the peach u trees fertilized and able to mature. ...<. .
I would like you to report, Mr. stung, so the plum will doubtless be; This early bearing in young walnuts; Mr.\ Horne, of Glen St. Mary's,says
Editor after examining them, if you and wherever the peach is free, so also wonderful as it is, does not amount to his whole crop of Home's Hybrid
,can see any indication of a falling out will the Kelsey be free. In Lake much by itself, since it is not regular (Climax) peaches, numbering thirty-
in the family arising from the union of City these pests sting peaches and. bearing; however, it denotes a great three crates(two-thirds bushel), netted
Kelsey plum with Pereica Vulgarise common plums, and in consequence of fertility in the kind, and in fact such him over $5 per crate.


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878 -THE FLORIDA DISPATCH;--- '[OCTOBER ''24,1887.

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idential cow peas into flesh and fat, ,the ranchman a certain and remuner For the FLORIDA DISP ATClI.
Live! ptocl\\. into wool, milk, butter, cheese. Who ative profit f not guaranteed to those engaged Grow Benne.
,. -" bath toil and sweat, slim purses and in other pursuits. Let your At Lake Hiwassee (formerly Steer
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. no prospects? Who lives out of incans readers put on their thinking caps and Lake), six miles west of Orlando, is a
IMPROVED COW PENNING. ? Who lies awake nights think- consider if they know of a single in- lovely tract of fertile country, with a
ing whether he shall buy cotton seed stance where cattle raising in this number of residences, that bids fair to
The Folding System Best Adaptedto meal and how State small scale and develop into a settlement
.. or try superphosphate, even upon a prosperous
Florida. he is to raise money to get either ? with no care to the stock, has provena upon the building of the railroad char-
To make any style of stock raising Truly the man who hath no stock.I failure. ,From what I can learn, all tered and surveyed from Orlando to
or. feeding successful and profitable, have seen farmers spend a good those who have gone into the business Oakland. Here I passed several pleasant -
one must have conveniences .for the part of the summer raising corn, and have succeeded. Turner, King, Sum- hours with Mr. James M. Connell,
,particular system he follows. If it be :11 winter hauling it to town and sell merlin, Henry, and a score of others, who has a tract of land covered thickly -
ing it at twenty-five cents per bushel, all claim that their "big money" came ] with what at first sight appeared to
which all the
con and even less-so much less that one from their cattle.In be large branching weeds eight to ten
sumed is carried to the animals, then load a day would] no more than pay this connection I am glad to see feet high, very thickly covered with
yards are required with shelf r from wages of man and team-and if the that E. B. Bailey, of Monticello, one stubbed seed pods about an inch long.
sun and rain. If the system.be that farm had not yielded meat and flour of Middle Florida's most enterprisingmen This is benne, a plant thus far but lit-
of feeding on the ground where grown, and potatoes, he must have starved is now engaged in issuing thous- tle cultivated in Florida, but claimedto
outright. Could he ever get ,ahead ands of circulars ,demonstrating the make an excellent feed for poultry.
portable fences of dome light material that way ? Not much. But the increase great advantages of his section of the It is also used in some parts of the
-easily moved and set. up-is a requi. of stock is a sort of geometrical State for the cultivation of grasses and South to flavor cakes, candies, etc.
site. progression; and when he could turn the successful raising of an improvedbreed The stalk is of a light color, froman
'J he English farmer uses largely off a ]little drove of fat hogs, or a few of cattle, sheep and horses. inch t* three inches in diameter at
hurdles constructed of light slender fat steers, or a couple of colts, his Mr. Bailey says : "I believe cattle, the base, according to the thickness of
prosperity begun, and, instead of on the wire grass range, can be greatly the planting. The rows are about four
brush or rods, as hazel or willow facing the storm or enduring the cold improved by crossing with Hol8tein, feet apart, and the stalks eighteen
woven together. These are supported daily on the road to market, when or Short-horn, bulls; in which case inches to three feet apart in the rows,
by stakes which are set by the aid ofa the proceeds of his load wouldn't ad- they should have more, special care the greater distance giving by far the
crow-bar. They are usually madein mit of the real necessity of a hot din than if left to graze on the'wild range." best results, as that allowed the put-
lengths of about eight feet, are ner in town, he smilingly pockets a Stock, he says; "can be fed cheaper in ting out of much the greater numberof
nice roll of bills in return for his Middle Florida than elsewhere in the branches. The seeds are fine, but
light and easily. handled by one man; corn put into pork or beef. We may world, and at about one-tenth the cost the yield must be many bushels to the
and will restrain any stock, from not perhaps raise corn for a flesh pro- of feeding stock North. We can get
chickens to steers. I have seen yard ducer; but there are numbers of cropswe off a crop of Irish potatoes, tomatoes, acre.Benne is planted in February or
wide duck in lengths of \ ne hundred can grow for that purpose, and melons, oats, etc., in May, June and March, and ripens from September to
feet, securely fastened at ends, to light make an acre of Florida sand producemore July, and in August cut 'beggar weed'a December. It is cultivated like corn,
round hard wood stakes, and with occasional flesh, fat, or wool, than two in ( spontaneous growth and complete and will do well, it is said, on most
stakes along its length to the best corn States. stock food, worth-as shown by analysis kinds of land. A strip or "patch" of
.which the fence was tied with bits of By the soiling system of feeding we of Prof. Myers, of the Mississippi it will not only give a large amountof
rope sewed to upper and lower bor- economize feed at the expense of labor Agricultural College-eighteen dollars nutritious food for the poultry, but
ders. and manure. By the folding systemwe per ton) at very small cost to ensilage.On also give them an excellent shelter
The grain sacks, which often go to are lavish of feed, but saving of the same land we can, in Augustor from the sun, and a place of refuge
waste, might be made into servicable labor and fertilizer.I September, plant rye. turnips, from hawks. A thimbleful of seed is
fence, and would only need to be kept know of no management by whichall etc., and to these add cotton seed sufficient to plant several square rod
:dry to last a long time. Such fence, or nearly all, the manure can be meal, our native product, which is of ground.
however, offers too much resistance to saved in a stable or yard. Abun- one of the most concentrated and nutritious SHERMAN ADAMS.
the wind, and is only adapted to some dance of litter saves some, dry muck stock foods in the world. The Gabriella,Orange County,Fla.
. kinds of stock, such as sheep. plentifully used in covered sheds is cost of the latter is but nominal, as we i .
The farmer on the Western plains nearest perfection ;;; and against thatwe use it as a fertilizer, and .its passage For the FLORIDA Sore DISP Head.ATCU. "
with no timber, or even brush within can only urge heavy labor of through the stock adds increased valueto
reach, lariats his team and his one or mowing, raking and removing! to the its fertilizing qualities and rendersit A disease has attacked my chickens
two cows on the prairie: and moves sheds five to ten tons per acre of a more available plant food." which I do not know how to treat.
them about for fresh pasturage. His green forage, and hauling out the Prof. Stewart, of New York, in his They break out in small sores on thA
conditions allow that; ours would not. manure. work on "Feeding Animals," places head, body and feet, and do not live
He has no trees nor stumps for an animal By the folding system ,the only la- cotton seed meal at a value of $2.30 forty-eight hours after the attack.
to wind his rope upon. A l I'.ug bor is daily, or at any rate often per 100 pounds, as compared to corn Please give me a remedy.
rope is necessary for the safety of the moving fence, supplying water for meal at $112, oats 98 cents and good MRS. E. W. L.
animal. A Westerner's lariat is Bartow, Polk County, Fla., Sept.21,1887.
never drinking, and plowing ground gone hay 75 cents per 100 pounds.Mr. .
less than fifty feet, while one hundredis over ; and as that should include Bailey also adds: "We have Will some of our poultry fanciers
preferred, especially for horses, until seeding again, it should not be undoubtedly the greatest stock coun- answer the above and prescribe a rem-
they become accustomed to being tied. charged to stock unless the crop is try in the Union. With our climate, edy.-ED. F. D.
A not very serviceable, but very light used as feed. vegetation grows faster than anywhere 4
portable fence for poultry or small What crops will be most useful fed else. After shipping tomatoes July Mrs. W. W. Carter gives us a curi-
stock, can be made with one inch by from the ground must be tested by 11th, I cut from four acres of the same ous piece of information. It is well
three or four cypress stringers, and trial;: enerally speaking, they must be land four tons of splendid hay to the known when shrimps or prawns are
palmetto leaf stalks for pickets, nailedon sown broadcast, and thickly grown. acre on the 19th of August, but could boiled they turn a very beautiful pink
with fine nails. For neat stock, a The sorghums and millets root deeplyand only cut about one-half, owing to the color. It seems that in dressing them
fence of cypress stakes made light as can be repeatedly fed off ; cow quantity.of old tomato vines. Witha for the table the heads and shells were
|possible, with cypress stakes and wire peas are subject to i. ore waste. As tremendous yield of hay (two cut- thrown to the chickens who ate them
ties is cheap, handy and durable; soon as land is rich enough, turnips, tings), cotton seed and sweet potatoes greedily, and as the supply was abund-
twelve feet is a good length for one collards and Swedes will pay. Crab (the latter at five cents per bushel to ant they have been so fed for some
man to handle, and in any case, better grass all the time as an all-summer raise) and corn as cheap as in any time. Shortly after being placed upon
than longer; will be stronger and last pasture, not needing, if not" fed ,too country, if raised with two-horse culti- this diet it was noticed that the shells
longer. Supposing we have reached closely, frequent plowing* vators, Jefferson county has superior became deeply colored and finally the
the conclusion-that to me seems in- D. R. PILLSBRY. advantages." yolk of the egg, when boiled, became
evitable-that the Florida farmer, Sanford, Fla., October 17th,1887. Now, what he says of Jefferson will, exactly the color of the boiled shrimp.So .
gardener, fruit-grower, must combine 4 with equal force, apply to all other strangely deep is the tinge that
the growing and care of stock with Cattle Raising in Florida.A counties east of the cmwanee river. In from its being so unusual it created a
the culture of the soil, in order to con- correspondent of the Mirror Alachua, and especially Levy county, distaste to.egg eating and the shrimp
sume and convert into valuable pro says : The raising of cattle for ex- can be found the same quality of diet has been discontinued. But tho
ducts what otherwise would, if not port is a business, like other vocationsin lands, and it is in this latter county eggs still retain their new color. How
absolutely go to waste, at least return life, requiring constant oversight, where the wild range is regarded as long it will take to get the hens back ,
to the soil in a crude and slowly but the rapidity with which stock increases unusually fine and where compact to the manufacture of the normal egg
assimilable condition. Far better and the few casualties that bodies of land can be-secured.. at very is now the question which agitates
turn our\ blessed crab-grass,our prov- overtake cattle in Florida, insures to low figures. Holly Hilly.-Daytona Journal.


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crust be broken an inch or so in depth Muck\ gotten out now and treated hauls the crop to the railroad stationor

The laden, directly after each rain; then let it with lime ought to be available for steamboat landing, etc. In fact,

v alone until the next rain. This will application to land intended for a does all the work. When returns are

insure steady and vigorous growth; if received the amount is divided equally.
Strawberry Culture. spring of vegetables. There is,
fertil-- crop Some the results
the plants have been prdperly years are very
NO. II. ized they will now throw out broad however, a great difierence in th e profitable, The leading crops culti-

Since the previous paper was pub leaves'of a rich dark green, and run- "sweetness" of muck, some requiringa vated are tomatoes, cabbage, cucum-

lished some of my statements in regard ners will begin to,make their appearance. long time to destroy the acids it bers, beans, English peas, egg-plants,

to the superiority of mineral fertilizers contains while it is occasionally foundin cauliflowers, and onions, in the order

over nitrogenous manures have This entails a new labor, for these given. Tomatoes have generally
a dry, pulverulent condition ready
been questioned. At present I shall runners must be cut off thoroughly,or proved much the most profitable buta

add nothing on this branch of the the crop of fruit will be much cur- I for use. large surplus is always left to rot on

subject. A number of experimentswill tailed. One fall I let a. bed go to run We should advise our correspondentin the ground at the close of the season.

be tried in this county this year ners freely; as I needed them for re- order to make his muck go further, A canning factory is much needed.

anent this matter, which I shall carefully planting. Next spring that bed showed or rather to make a small applicationmore The cucumbers are not only up but

!! watch and report in due time. the strain that had been put upon it; effective to it after it the vines are running vigorously ;

Whatever fertilizer is employed, it it produced just as many berries as I compost egg-plants, cabbage, cauliflower and
is of great importance to apply a con those; alongside from which the runners has been reduced as suggested above onions have been transplanted and

siderable part of it before the plantsare had been cut off, but they were so small with ashes or potash; ground bone or are making good progress, while the

set, and thoroughly incorporate it that nearly one-half of them had to be acid phosphate and stable manure or beans are also up and pushing for-

with the soil.Poverty culled out. After trying several con- cotton seed meal. Mix\ these ingredients ward handsomely. The tomatoes will

is the greatest 'failing of trivances for cutting runners, I find ins' the be transplanted from the-first to the

the Florida soils; poverty makes weak that: a sharp spud on a long handle is proportions. one part last of December. Hot-beds are

plants, and weak plants fall a victimto the best. One may be made out of an potash, three parts super-phosphate, sometimes used to start plants for

many enemies which strong ones old goose-neck hoe by straighteningout and six parts cotton seed meal (Prof. transplanting in the winter, if the December

would escape. It is hardly necessaryto the shank and rutting down<) the Newman's vegetable formula) and frosts prove destructive.

state that the first two weeks is the. blade to a half moon shape. If chil- the mixture with an equal About a ton and a half of guano or .

critical period of the plant's life and dren are available, it is just as well to compost some first-class super-phosphate is:

all, Or nearly all, the roots it has when put shears in their hands and send quantity of muck by piling in alter- used by the best gardeners on the five

transplanted die from the shock, and them through the rows every week. nate layers, moistening the heap, turning acre plat to give the plants a vigorousstart.

' generally a greater part or all of the Their short limber backs can stoop i it over after it has lain awhile. It The best growers sow their

foliage goes with them. The roots without the fatigue which this process is ready for use when the mass is thor- egg-plant seed in the bed in June or

simply remain alive long enough to would cause grown people.SACRISTAN. oughly homogeneous and pulverulent. July, that they may get a good start

pump water for the crown or bud to Another very effective way to use before the cool weather. These seed, .

keep it alive until new roots can be Bradford County. .. muck is to place it under stock where as well as those of tomatoes, cabbage,

formed and grow to sufficient lengthto DISPATCH. the fluids and droppings will be thor and other plants desired for trans-
assume the burden of the plant's MUCK. oughly incorporated with the muck by planting, are sown thinly to secure

support. A point of fresh and tender the treading of the animals.-ED. Dis. vigorous and stocky plants. The cu

green now springs up slowly in the Best Method of Applying to Soils.I > cumbers, beans and peas will be ready
midst of the dead foliage, and this renews For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. for market in November anti! Decem-
read deal in the DISPATCH
the growth. great Truck Gardens at Oakland. ber. SHERMAN ADAMS.
about muck instead of
This period,as I said, is exceedingly using buying For some years the South Apopka Gabriella,Fla.,October. 6th, 1887.
much fertilizers but I .
critical, and it is necessary for the best so patent yet section has been noted for its fine #
have not learned what I want to Cauliflower on Sub-Irrigated Beds.
welfare of the plant that it should havea truck gardens and its usual exemptionfrom
know about it. While visit to Lake
on a recently
fertility close at hand to draw fromat destructive frost. Lake Apopkais
I have muck that shoveled out Helen Volusia
was at
county, we stopped
This must be in the largest lake in the inhabitated
once. supply an last July, and has been handled over, the home of Mr.\ J. R. Hurst, and
available form, soluble and mild, and portion of the State, the largest of all
but ,no lime was used in it. found him busy preparing his groundfor
if chemical Lake Okeechobee and should
strong manures are now I would, like to know what to put except cauliflower. Mr. Hurst has whatwe
applied they must be placed so far the Disston drainage operations ever
in it to make it go farther, as it is no might term natural sub-irrigation,
from the for fear of be completed, the bulk of that would
plant "burning"it '
,small job to use it now, for it takes so having drained a small lake and
that ita roots reach it doubtless disappear as the waters of
may never ,
much of it either in the hill or to use thrown the ground up in ridges, so
before crickets Okeechobee shallow
cutworms or or dry are very aver-
it broadcast.It that between each bed he has
a bodyof
weather ha Ie fatally weakenedor aging only twelve to fourteen feet in
may is very wet, has not drained out water all the time, about two feet
destroyed it. depth while there is claimed to be
than half but can be pulverizedvery a from the the outlet
more top ridges, beingso
The best way is to strew the manure fall of twenty-two feet to the Gulf of
easily and would dry out in a arranged! that the water cannot get
over the ground broadcast at least a Mexico\ .or the Atlantic.
short time.I Un these Mr. M.
any higher. ridges
month before the plants are set and Around Lake Apopka is a narrow
would like to use the is to cauliflower and
some on preparing plant ,
harrow it in. This will induce a vig- fringe of high hammock lands under-
garden and then the balance the in seed boxes
on a plants were
vegetable young
orous growth of crabgrass, and this laid with clay at a depth of from two
But it is it As the
crop. as now j just coming up nicely. evap-
be rapidly when small to four feet and these lands are
may upset very very
would not be half enough. oration of the water from the trenches
with the Acme harrow. If this fertile. In former they
process Would I have time to get out some years tends to keep the air moist, they must
is with two three devoted to the production of
gone through or fresh muck and fix it, in shape to use corn, certainly do well. The cauliflower
times, the crabgrass seed lying near sugarcane, etc., but during the past
on a crop this winter ? and what shallI I loves a rich and moist soil, and it has
the surface will all have few and lemon
germinatedand : years many orange
use, and how? it on these ridges. Not only has Mr.
been the time the have been
planted making
destroyed by groves ,
Does potash or phosphate want to Hurst prepared an excellent cauli--
set and will have the and fruitful growths. Since
plants are they be put in it as it is shoveled out of the vigorous flower patch, but he has turned one or.Florida's .

field to themselves, requiring very water? It is then wet, but comes out the building of railroads. the pres- eyesores or useless ((1)) spots
the of the decade is
little cultivation rest season ent vegetable growing rap-
in chunks as large as a man can lift. into a productive garden.FloridaA
beyond what is necessary to break idly assuming increased prominence,
There are two or three articles about gricultuT st.
after rains and the soil gratifying results. .
the crust keep using muck in issue of Septem giving very .
Heretofore the attention has been
loose. Continuous rains during the last
ber 12th, but I could not find
Still the grower can hardly err on thing concerning these points. any- chiefly given to spring gardens, but week in the Lake Region, and the experiment -

the side of too much cultivation unless as. this autumn a number have startedin of planting vegetables for a

the weather is continuously dry. I do Clermont,Lake 'County, Fla., Oct.8, 1887. to grow late fall and winter crops. I fall market crop, is now very flatter-

not subscribe to the teaching that the Fresh, dug muck is of little value Some own the land they cultivate, ing. With no severe cold several will
should be stirred all the while others rent on shares, the usual truck have beans and cucumbers ready for
when applied to the soil. To be
wring a drouth. This causes continual garden for one man comprising about shipment by the 15th of November.

loss of moisture by the mixing of available for fertilizing purposes, five acres. The owner furnishes the .

dry soil with moist. The gieat pointis it must be thoroughly dried, decomposed land, fertilizer, a mule and feed for Bumter county will plant a much

to have the soil mellow when a and pulverized. This can same, necessary tools, and bears half heavier vegetable crop than last yeai.

drouth sets in; then a thin layer of be done by simply allowing it to of the expense for seed, crates and pa- Considerable rice will also be planted,

finely pulverized soil acts as a mulch-- per for packing. The gardener bears as experiments the present year have
ing to retain the moisture beneath. To remain in piles exposed to the air for the other) half of this outlay, suppliesall been flattering. The sweet potato

stir the soil all the time in a drouth months, but the process is hastened. by the labor, having to hire some at crop will be larger than for several

jolly, and worse than folly. .Let,the the addition of lime.' time of transplanting and harvesting, years.OCTOBER .



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blossoms. The last two varieties do surround them with a little sand. Keep and it has extended to every bush on

Ornamental Horticulture. not flower so early, their season being them wet and shaded from the sun fora the place. I have cut them back

from June to September. month. It will take nearly a yearto nearly to the roots, two or three times
get a choice rose started. and they send up the most vigorous
BY W. C. STEELE. In May and June two varieties of The best way is to bud into any red shoots and covered with buds, butas

Native Plants" Worthy of Cultiva Aletris, A.,farinosa and A. aurea are roses you may have just as you would soon as the leaves begin to assumea

tion. very common on moist land, being bud an orange tree. green tinge, this blight shows itself.:
most abundant in the "flat woods." We have found that roses require I would like very much to know the

About three months ago we de The two are much alike good old soil or well decayed compost cause and remedy. K. W. C.
scribed a few of the wild flowers of very exceptin with a mixture of hard wood ashes Ocoee, Orange County,Fla.,September 21,1887.

early spring that should be found in the color of the flowers. Both growa and charcoal. They are also benefitedby The leaves were referred to the Department -
little tuft of long, narrow grass, like soap-suds and by often cutting out .
cultivation, and promised to continuethe at Washington, and elicited
leaves, at the ground. From the cen- old branches. We budded a Marechal
subject at a convenient season. tre of this springs the flower stalk, Neil the 5th of July near the base ofa the following:
Various reasons have prevented our common running rose and it has Your favor of September 23d, together -
which to be from two to three
resuming the subject until the present grows made growth of nearly three feet. As with the diseased rose leaves
time., feet high. The upper part of the stemis soon as the bud had taken and begau addressed to Professor Van Deman

crowned with small cup-shaped flow- to swell, the old stock was cut off to has been referred to the Section of

Along in March a small grass-like ers, pure white in A. farinosa and within a foot of the bud, and is now Vegetable Pathology. In reply I

plant, Byponyt erecta, begins to blos- bright yellow in A. aurea. The flow- cut back to within an inch of it. Any would say that the specimens of rose
som, and its star-like yellow flowers woman can learn to put in a bud in a leaves communicated are affected with
may be found from that time until ers of the latter variety are also some. few minutes, and it is real amusementto two parasites.1st. .
what smaller than the first named. A minute the
cold weather. At the North it is com- practice it on anything one may parasitic fungus
Both can be easily transplanted and wish to propagate. body of which consists of very delicate
monly known as "Star-grass. The in the yard. Again, we find MRS. L. H. GEER. cobweb-like threads. This fungus
plant is quite small, with a bulbousroot grown grows on the surface of the leaf, and
the subject too great for the space we For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
the disease known
each bulb sending up several causes popularly as
can give it,and must postpone a farther Native Lilies.I I "Mildew."
flower stalks in succession, each bear-
discussion of it until a future time? see this statement in the DISPATCHof 2d. Most of the leaves communi-
ing from one to four blossoms. One
pIpeFor September 19th : "The only native cated have been attacked by a minute
plant would not make much of a show, the FLORIDA DISPATCH. lily is the Lilium Catesbsei i, which insect commonly known as the "Red .

but a clump of a dozen or more wouldbe Bigonia Capreolata. bears only one flower on the stalk." Spider." The mildew and red spiderare

quite ornamental.In While Mr. Steele was on the subject.of I think there must be some mistake the worst enemies with which the

April we find the AsclepiusMtchawsii Bignonias, why did he ignore B. somewhere, for in our ponds and lakesin rose grower has to contend.
Capreolata? This, I think, is the finestof Putnam county we have the beau- For the red spider alone, I would
in bloom. This
plant the native varieties. It is an ever- tiful Nymphse Odorate, and in the recommend spraying the leaves twicea

belongs to the Milkweed family. The green, leaves in pairs, with a branched river and almost, the j,el- day with water. Keep the leaves

stems are very slender, and lie pros- tendril between; flowers very similarto low water everywhere broad leaves constantly wet, and the insect will

trate on the ground. The leaves are Tecoma (Bignonia) Radicans, but it floating on the water. This is of the soon disappear, as it cannot live in a
continues much longer in bloom, of which I moist atmosphere. As the mildew is
from two to four inches, long but very genus Nuphar, two species
flowering more or less throughout the am sure are found in Florida. If the also present on the leaf I think it
narrow; there are several stems to each season. It is a ,rapid climber be well solution
very writer did not call these lilies because would to use a
plant, from six to twelve inches long, when established and deserves' plant- I they are not classed as Liliacea in made by | dissolving one ounce

each crowned with an umbel of gray- ing more freely. !. botany he is correct. But if he goes of sulphurette of potassa in 20 gallonsof

ish-white and purple flowers, whichare A. H. CRANE. by the botanical classification, he must water, instead of pure water. Ap-
Nashua, Putman County, September 12,1887.
fragrant. include the "Spanish bayonet," Yucca ply the solution by means of a syringe
very If Mr. Crane will refer to the article bears and -taking care to thoroughly wet the
is another afafolia, grass, filamentosa,
Asclepias amplexicaulis in question, he will find that it was also garlics and onions as lilies. We leaves. The sulphurette of potassa

member of this family that should be merely a description of Tecoma radi-- also have two beautiful varieties of costs 10 cents per ounce, and may be

introduced into cultivation. The trained tree and lilies growing in the waters of the St. obtained at any drug store.
cans, as a weeping ,
flowers are not specially attractive, Johns and Ocklawaha rivers. B. T. GALLOWAY,
that incidentally P. capensis was men- Assistant in
but the plant itself is quite handsome N. W. Charge.
tioned. It was not intended to in- Department of Agriculture, Division of Bot-
There are several stems from each N. W. answers his own questionsin any, f Section of VegLtable Pathology;
clude all the known varieties. Big- Washington, D.C., September 26.1887.
root from to two feet reclin- regard to what are commonly knownas .
one long, nonia capreolata is perhaps worthyof .
the for one-half their "water lilies. They are not lilies
ing along ground Glerodendron Fragrans.
all the praise bestowed it with
upon at all but belong to an entirely differ
The thick leaves ,
length. fleshy are the exception that the blossoms are A writer in the Ladies' Home Com
i ent family. We do not include the
from three five and
to inches long I of this
panion plant :
smaller.and not nearly so bright color- says
two-thirds as wide, opposite on the ed as Tecoma radicans.-[ED. HORT. Yuccas, Alliums, etc., among the lil- This is such a fine little plant, and I

stem and clasping i it at their base, so ies, because, although they belong to believe if given its own free will and
Roses. the family of JLiliaceae they are not
that the stem seems to grow throughthe good culture and attention, it would
leaf.: The leaves are curiously Concerning roses, I would like to liliet. The family of Liliace is subdivided an almost constant bloomer.
say to M. T., that it is very difficultto into numerous in- prove
marked and veined with red and genera. ,
small rooted Summer and winter it bears its pink-
make newly rose plants
Convalaria of the Val--
cluding Lily
white lines in such a way as to attract live when sent here from the North. ish clusters of fragrant florets ; theyare

notice anywhere that it is not com There is a something poisonous in our ley; all the Alliums or onion family, like tiny rosettes, so waxy looking.The .
them. 'Tis bet J&rithronium" or Dog's-tooth Violet
black sand or to !
; plant is not at all pretty,
Asclepias tubtrosa is commonly ter to send now and get cuttings and family, Yuccas, etc. Among these
and the leaves when touched give
them in box of soil without
root a good -
Lilium constitutes distinct
known at the North as "Butterfly manure, and about two inchesof a genus, forth an odor not at all pleasant, but

Weed," and is often found in'cultivation pure any white sand on top and.be sure and members of this family only are the flower itself is perfection. It

and is offered there by some to surround the cutting with the white entitled to be called lilies and Lilium relishes a good, rich soil, and deteststo

dealers. sand, else it is likely to turn black. catesboRi is the only one. that is foundin be pot-bound, very quickly showing

We keep our cutting box on the Florida so far as we know.-ED. its distaste of being crowded at the
All of these varieties herbaceous
are ,
north side of the house where the roots by the leaves turning yellow.It .
that is the die down to the ground HORT. roots readily from and
tops eaves drip into it sufficient to keep it cuttings,
every winter. The stems of Asclepia, damp, which dampness is retained by For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. taking it all in all, is well. worthy a
the sand and let the Mildew and Red Spider. place in the window. .
perennis, however, are shrubby at the being on top,
remain in the box until Can tell what the .-i<< .
rooting ;
base, and do not die entirely down in plants you me causes

winter. The stems are much branched, they have made good strong roots enclosed rose leaves to turn yellow? Miniature Hyacinths are very pret-
which you will know by the vigorous I I never had any trouble of the kind ty winter bloomers, though only about
and each branchlet bears one or more growth of the tops, and when they are till last fall, when it appeared on one-half the size of ordinary sorts.

umbels of small white flowers, each reset remember the white sand. If some bushes which I bought in Jack- Though small, the spikes of bloom are

umbel containing from ten to twenty you have disturbed the roots much, sonville on my return from the North, compact, neat and, very perfect88Q


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\ stir g. The flea, as far as my experience to keep-a cow during the winter and the moisture, and results in our frequent
jJog\e\ Interests goes, only accompanies the lean, used condensed milk, and Northern or summer showers. The relative
mangy dogs, infesting certain places, Western butter,for which we paid 35c. humidity is lowered, and rapid evaporation -
BY MRS. E. A. HILL. and can be remedied by insect powder. per pound; about the first of May we from the surface cools the atmosphere
For the FLORIDA [Better kill the dog.-ED.] bought two native cows, one three and a delightful cool night
DISPATCH. Now to sum up all. 1 really be- years old with her first calf, for whichwe is the result.
From Illinois to Florida-Part V. lieve I could not be contented any paid $15, the other five years old The conditions being different where
BY H. C. REESE. where but in Florida. I am living with her third calf for which we paid a large expanse of land becomee
Little Dell wrote to her Northern easier, cheaper and happier than ever $25. They are rather small but well heated, there is no cool ocean breezs
friends: "The water here does not taste before, and while I have had one return shaped and gentle, easily kept; we feed to force the hot air to rise, and it gets
of those distressing colds, I find them a small ration of bran and cot- hotter day after day, and saturated
like any other, which, perhaps, is as the natives do not have them, and ton seed meal night and moaning (it with moisture from the daily evaporation -
clear a description as I can give. It that I can expose myself with impunity seems to be characteristic of Florida from the surface there comes one '
has a very perceptible taste of sulphur to drafts, rains and morning cows not to stand to 'be milked except of those cold waves from Manitoba or
and iron, and is warm; but, accordingto dews. We have had no fevers, for as. while eating). he Rockies, rushing down and changing -
the happy law of soon as malarial symptoms appear we We pen them at night, but they the temperature from one hundred
adaptability, one do as we had done in Illinois for years, have an extensive range during the degrees to sixty degrees in an hour's
soon becomes used to it. viz: dilute the.juice of a lemon with a day and seem to find good pasture. time, as if it reaches Florida it has
"We are preparing the soil for such little[ water and drink before break- From the young cow we are now been warmed so that the change is
fruit trees as experience has proved fast; we find it so efficacious that no getting a little over.a gallon per day ; hardly noticed.
will succeed in this, locality, such as other medicine is needed. from the other about five quarts. This The difference claimed as to our"sensibility'lelf
The children are delighted with the I am told is about the average froman heat is accounted for
plums, peaches, pears, pomegranates, boating and fishing and are growing ordinary cow. The milk is not by the fre uent discharge of moisture .
figs,.grapes, etc., as well as a few or- hardy and strong under the freedomof thin and blue, but foamy and creamy in rains. The air seldom becomes sat-
anges and bananas, as every one plantsa their somewhat nomadic and am- looking. I churn every morning in urated, as it does away from the influ-
few of the latter for home use. The phibious life; for all, even little Dell, order to have fresh butter-milk. I do ence of the Atlantic and Gulf: whichin
general impression is, that the peach now consider themselves swimmers of not make much butter (enough, however Florida act as safety valves for our
and the plum are the coming fruit for experience. When the heat becomes to serve us). As I have no means otherwise almost tropical heat, and
paying crops in Northern Florida. wearisome we take the boat in the of keeping the cream at the right tem may account for the absence of cyclones -
Peaches bear the second year, while morning for the beach, and return in perature, the butter is not solid, but in Florida.
the fig bears the earliest of all fruits, the evening much refreshed from sea nice, sweet, yellow butter, and the Rapid evaporation is the great cool-
often in eighteen months. air and surf bathing.I butter-milk as good as I ever tasted. ing factor, in a dry hot day, the mois-
When we read in the papers of the wonder at the people here rush- anywhere.I ture from the body is rapidly taken
great variety of fruit grown here we ing, during the summer, into the do not know how it is in other up by the dry air and, although the
wonder at the general scarcity. and northern frying-pan, when the beachis sections of the State:; but I do know thermometer may register ninety
the exorbitant prices asked, until we so much more preferable. But the that any one who will incur the neces- degrees we do not find the heat op-
remember that it sometimes costs more desire is to see another kind of people, sary expense and trouble can have pressive. It is not because our blood
than it is worth to raise it, and those and perhaps they return better for good milk and butter here the year has become thin, as often stated. These
who are engaged in it are in it for.pay, the change.Let round. atmospheric conditions may vary to
and not for benevolent purposes; hencewe us hear from sisters in other From all I have heard of other some extent in different parts of the
must plant them and be content to parts of the State, giving personal portions of the State I do not think State. I speak from my point of observation -
wait for them to grow. knowledge of their locality; but remember there is a more desirable locality any- in Orange county.
As for flowers, they must be cared we want nothing but, "honor where for a permanent home than we Now, I want to say to our Northern
for the same here as elsewhere, but the bright" facts which like these I have have here. I would respectfully say friends, if you come to Florida, come
colors I think more brilliant. Raising attempted to give will be fallacious to Mrs. M. W. "come and see." with the determination to see the heartof
flowers, the perfumery factories could enough if Socrates is correct in saying MRS. E. W. LOWRY. it; don't go dodging around on the
be made a pleasant industry, but a for- that, "The body is a hindrance to acquiring Bartow, Polk Co.,Fla.. outskirts as though you were afraid of
tune could not be made of it. knowledge, and sight and H H being swallowed by an alligator ; there
I am trying the experiment of poul- hearing are not to be trusted." Adieu. are plenty of good desirable locations
try raising, but as.yet it is only an ex .. The Reason Why. inviting settlers ; if you dont't find i
periment, as I have been in the State For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. Editor Home Interests: one it will be your own fault. Keep
but five months; yet I am well satisfied Florida Milk and Butter. Mrs. M.\ W., of Illinois, says : "It cool and investigate ; don't buy the -I
with my success, and have learned Editor Home Intcresti: must be hotter there" in Florida than first piece of sand or swamp you see,
much to make me "lean towards" this I have read quite a number of an- in Illinois. When residents of Flor- and blame Florida for your carelessness -
industry, which is on the increase. swers to Mrs. M. W.,of Illinois, but as ida make the statement thai ninety ; but when you find what you
Eggs in August were selling at twenty- no one _has given their experience with degrees is no more offensive than want buy it, claim you have the best ,
five cents per dozen, and four-months'- Florida cows, with your permission I eighty degrees at the North, it is an place in Florida and it will be for you.
old broilers at fifty cents. will give mine; as she is a farmer's enigma to those who have never spenta R. J. W.
Snakes? Yes, a few. The chicken wife I suppose this subject will interest summer in Florida which they can- Tangeirlne.Orange County. .
snake carries off the wee tots in its her. not understand. The explanation 4 :
coils, not every day, but sometimes.The One of the principal objections I usually given is, that Florida being a Recipes.
black snake is tame, being harm- had to leaving my pretty pleasant narrow peninsula reachiugout between POTATO BALLS.-Boil and mash
less it escapes harm. The moccasin is home in the blue grass region of Kentucky ocean and gulf is constantly fanned the potato as for table use, press it :
poisonous, but I have not found that and coming to. this State, was by the winds of the Atlantic and the into a teacup or any kind of mould,
they are numerous. The rattlesnakeis the fear that we would have no good Gulf of Mexico, which is true; but dip each ball in beaten egg, then puton
a nearer neighbor than I wish, as milk and butter, as I had been in- why is the effect so different from a buttered pan and bake to a nice .!
one was killed this summer a few rods formed by a number of persons who other localities ? brown.
from here that had nine rattles, and' had visited here, that such would be I wish to suggest a few ideas which, BAKED APPLE SAUCE.-Pare ripe
was "rather large for its age;" but it the case; for a long time I could not if correct, will, in a measure, explainthe sour apples, cut them into quarters, ,
is the only one I have heard of.: The consent to give up my beautiful Jer- matter. In the first place, our lay them in an earthen dish, sprinkle -:
lizzard is harmless, and often petted, seys and the excellent milk and but atmosphere is dry in comparison to sugar over them in layers, also spice;
as they are great fly exterminators, ter they furnished us; but continued most of the Northern States; there add a cup of water, cover and bake
and we have been told that they are ill health of one of the members of my fore is not as oppressive as a humid until the apples are soft; they can be '.
fine bed-fellows, as they eat the bins. family finally overcame all objections, atmosphere. (See signal office reports eaten with sugar and cream.
Bahl The house fly is not the nuIS- and on November 1st, 1886 we came as authority for the above state- To GET RID OF RED ANTS.-Smear ,';
ance it is North, and I have wonderedat to this place. I had not been long ments). Let us study the conditions a large plate with beans or other food {
it. here when I noticed a number of small which govern our atmosphere. that the ants relish, such as meat,
All animal life is very tame, especi but respectable looking cows walking It is a noticeable fact that we sel- gravy, etc.; then take a tooth pick,
ally such as sting or bite; the mos- through town in the evening and againin dom have any but local showers dur- smearing it also, and lay it from the '
quito and sandfly will fraternize very the morning; it was a pleasant ing the summer months. When our plate to the floor or shelf;; then, when ]
cordially if you will let them. I have sight, and upon inquiry I learned that atmosphere becomes heated duringone full, set them in a hot oven or pour ,
found the application of a limited this is_ a good grazing country, and of our hot days the cool air from boiling water over them; then renew
amount of coal-oil to the hands and anyone can have good milk and but- the Atlantic or Gulf is drawn to the the plate and set as before; in a short
face a preventative from such friendly ter all the time, at small expense. land, and the hot air rises until it findsa time, by taking pains, all can be ex 1
attentions, as well, as a remedy for the We were not conveniently situated cool strata of air, which condenses terminated.
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'. t.r1tE. FLORIDA DISPATCH.Ocrol3Ex 24, 1887.
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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Tariff on Oranges. feature, we might meet this competition How to Join the Alliance.

"Home competition is the enemy if the country could use all the Prof. W. J. Borden, of Oxford,
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor.
most to be deplored and most ruinous," fruit brought in, but it cannotandwhat Fla., in a recent. communication,says:

Contents. says our correspondent, M. L. Wood, is the result? The Florida fruitis I write now to know more about

THE ORANGE GBOVE A Winter Grass; in an excellent article on the present slaughtered to make room for the the Farmers Alliance. I and some
Texas Blue Grass ... .. .......... .. ..... 875 of my neighbors have been talkingthe
condition of our orange industry, which foreign fruit, because the owner of the
TUB FARM-The Paste Cure, a Valuable matter over, and we feel anxiousto
Insecticide; Grove Management; The appears in our. Marketing departmentthis latter is "on 'change" to look after. his
Soldier Bug; The Maltese Blood876 know more about it ; and if it be,
THE ORCHARD-Peach Stock for the Kel- week. While there can be no Fruit and his millions invested in it, in our judgment, what is claimed for

sey for;fruit LeConte; The Pears Kelsey, why and wait the so long Cur- doubt that to the lack of organization, while our fruit is sent forward to take it, we want to form a Subordinate Al-

cullo; The English Walnut; Applying combination and concentration of itself. All ask is the liance here. I have some knowledge
Potash; The Honey as a Stock.. ... 871 on care we priv-
LIVE .STOCKImproved Cow-Penning; the part of our orange growers is tobe ilege of the market at the prices now of.the Grange, having been one of the
Cattle Raising In Florida; Grow charter members in Alabama and
Bene; Sore Ilead-._ ...... .. ..... 878 attributed to some extent the obtained for foreign fruit-not an in- for the Seventh an
THE GARDEN-Strawberry Culture Muck organizer Congres-
Best Method of Applying to ;Soils; present depression in the orange market creased price to the consumer, but the sional District. I understood you to

Truck on Gardens Sub-Irrigated Oakland Beds;.Cauliflowers .. .........-. 879 still it seems to us our correspondent advantage of the price now obtained. say, in a recent editorial, that it had
ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE Native underrates the forminablenessof The people of 'Florida should unite as the better features of the Grange, but
Plants Worthy Cultivation BIguonia contained much that better
was or
Capreolata Roses; Native Lilies; Mildew foreign competition. We have one man in demanding a prohibitory
and lied Spider Clerodendron about this in import. Let me know
Fragrans .... ....;.... ...........-. 880 little reason to believe that our growers tariff on oranges. how we may obtain. an organizationhere
HOME INTERESTS!: -From Illinois to Flor- will combine and Two million dollars which the
ida No. V; Florida Milk and Butter; ever organize, and how a county organization.Five .
The Reason Why; Recipes............ 881 concentrate their product, until such orange growers of Florida were en- the
applicants are to
EDITORIAL-The Reason Why; Tariff on necessary
Oranges; Seed Distribution; How to a result is secured by conditions of the titled to last year, as a profit on their of Sub-Alliance but it
Join the Alliance .. .. .... ... 882 organization a ,
Co-operation-The Alliance In Levy; market which the have not orange crop, was sent from.this countryto
Sensible Advice, etc....... .................. 883 is better that there be twelve charter
METEOROLOGICAL ..... ............ ..... ... 883 been instrumental in bringing about; Italy and other Mediterranean members in order that the expenses
PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT........ ...... 883 in other words, in the natural course countries in exchange for a product of shall be more evenly distributed. The

TRANSPORTATIoN-Inducements; Why Florida Don't to Boom Immigration -; of trade. If a combination including which the,country produced enough at Constitution requires that a Charterfee

MARKETING Farmer John-Advances on Railroads Necessary;. .TarIff ....-. 881 every grower were possible such a home. So long as protection is the of nine dollars be paid the Organizing -

on Oranges;We lu8tQulcklYCome combination would be powerless to policy of our government, we demand Officer at the time of the organ
to Taw Numoer Nine" to Dudley
. W. Adams.; .................... -............ 88FLORIDANA '> affect the market (except to depressit protection for the producer.Seed ization of a Sub-Alliance for the purpose
-State Items......... ........" 886 in the face of the controlling 4 -
THE NURSERY.-Budding ..................... 887 present of paying the Organizer, for the
influence of the foreign fruit trade. DistributionFlorida's
4 Charter, and for certain supplies,
An "Idyl from the Manatee'1\ next Florida growers, as a rule, overestimate enterprising seedsman, consisting of Certificates, Applications,
W. A. Bours of Jacksonville has
week. ,
1 .. the quality and importance of placed in our hands for distribution a Warrants, Receipts, Ritual, Constitu-
Authentic advices from Riverside the orange crop of the State. In a tions, etc., etc. The initiation fee is
number of packages of grass seed of
California, place the present orange recent interview with buyers, sellers, the following kinds : fifty cents and the first-quarter's dues,
dealers on commission and importers of in advance is
for the Riverside district at nine twentyfivecents
crop Mammoth\ or large red clover (Tri-
oranges in New York, we were assured, each. When the number initiated
hundred car loads, or fifty per cent. folium pratense, also known as sap. .
and there was no dissenting voice,that is twelve this amount
more than last seventyfive -
crop. ling or pea vine clover. This variety
while some of the extra fine Florida cents each and is
4 aggregates, applied -
;is similar to the common red clover,
We received a perfect and well fruit was unsurpassed, the average to cover the nine dollars charterfee
except that it grows larger, and is
ripened specimen of the Tenenashi or quality of the Florida productdid about three weeks later in maturing.It but when organization is perfectedwith
Seedless not excel that of the smaller number the difference
Japan Persimmon last week a ,
is better than the red clover for
from Mr.\ Wade, of Arlington, Duval Mediterranean fruit; that to know fertilizing purposes, as it makes a between the.aggregated fees and dues .

county. It weighed seventeen ounces that it came from Florida no longer larger growth. Some farmers preferto and the charter fee, must be advanced

and was one of the most delicious enhanced the value of a box of it with for by them, to be refunded from the
sow timothy a hay crop,
specimens of this delicious fruit it has ranges> in market; the fruit selling as it matures with that grass. It first dues and fees collected by the

been strictly on its merits. Su b-Alliance.
ever our fortune to test.
grows rather coarse on rich land, and
We find ourselves face to face with Our correspondent should apply to
does not make so good a quality of
The Reason Why. that the nearest which in this
foreign con petition produces an feed as smaller clover. Organizer,

We would call special attention to equally good article at less cost. The Crimson Clover" (Trifolium incar- case is J. B. Young, of Orleans,Citrus

an article in our Home Interests department only way to successfully meet this county, Organizer for the State at
natum), an earlier variety of red
this week under the above is sell who will doubt take
competition to our product at clover. Large, no pleasure -

heading. It is a valuable contribu- less than cost, or to increase the duty. in organizing the farmers of Sum-
"Central Park Lawn Grass, a
tion to the literature of Like "M."
Climatological our correspondent we ter county.
mixed grass seed which Mr. Bours recommends -
this State, being a very lucid explanation see no way out, but through a prohibitory for trial. When five Sub-Alliances' have been-
of the well known fact that the tariff We do i
on oranges. not Any of the above will be sent freeon organized in a county (twelve is a

atmosphere is more agreeable here agree with.him regarding the lemon, I application 'on receipt of a two- better number), they can organize a

when the thermometer registers our product is yet too small to supply a cent stamp to pay postage.0 County Alliance, one delegate to the

ninety degrees than at the North tithe of the quantity used in this We take occasion to say in this County Alliance being allowed for

when the mercury indicates but eighty.He country, and for such as we are. now connection that our supply of Egyp-- every ten members of Sub-Alliances.

also alludes to another fact thatis marketing in good condition we obtain tian Clover has been exhausted. We County Alliances meet quarterly,.the

often lost eight of, namely, that the -fair prices. But with oranges, the have applied for more. Recent applications delegates from Sub-Alliances that

climate of Florida is comparativelydry. case is very different. Having enoughto have been filed and, will receive compose the same are elected for each

Many\ get the impression from supply the country we are forced attention as soon as we get more meeting.We .

our numerous lakes and streams, and into competition with foreign fruit, seed. I shall take pleasure in giving

from the fact that we are surrounded nearly or quite equal in quality, whichis such information regarding the Alliance ;

by the sea, that the atmosphere is produced by the cheap labor of: "Short crops of cotton is the general] as any of our readers may desire.- 1

necessarily humid, which is not true, Europe at much less than ours costs, cry of the farmers from the several (

as is conclusively shown by the signal I and further, the foreign fruit is deliv- counti '. A better price for the stapleis Mr. Mott\ requests us to add to our.: !

office reports Dr. Kenworthy's Clima- ered in New York at less than it costs one of the objects of the Farmers' comments on the dessemmination*''*,of.'.' i

tology of Florida and other authori us to lay our product down in the same Union. It will require united effortto the Bidwell, that this variety ,was not t:

ties. market. But this is not the worst accomplish that end." named until July1886882 -


_OCTOBER. 24, 1887.] -. '.' I THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.= .- 888


CO-OPERATION. undertaking of the farmers. Those PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.CHAS. From the Jewish Free Press, St.Louis. ,
Mo., April 29th, 1887.
whose interests are in conflict with "
Report of Committee at Recent The efficacy of Patent Medicines is the
W. DACOSTA, Publisher,
throw cold
farming are ever ready to exception rather than the rule.-W e
Session of the Florida State'
water on an effort of unity, and the THE FLORIDA DISPATCH mean that beneficial results from their

Farmers Alliance. farmer is about as ready to heed the Is a 24-page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE. use are very rare indeed. However this

Your Committed on Cooperationbeg advice of those whose interest is to HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY, IMMIGRATIONand may be, we are prepared to give our testimony -
HOME INTERESTS in FLORIDA. in favor of Shallenberger's Anti-
leave to submit the following re make money of the farme", and of a Terms of Subscription. dote for Malaria. Our endorsement is

port: ., few malcontents, as they are to give it. Two Dollars yearIn advance, postpaid not based on personal experience; for,
We find our State Alliance not yet The farmer has been duped so many to any part of the per United States or Canada thanks; to kind late we enjoy exemptionfrom

sufficiently organized to enter into a times by cunning devices, that they to foreign countries comprised In Postal sickness; but a dear friend fell a
Union,Two Dollars and Fifty cents. victim to Malaria, and spent a fortune in
general business on the cooperativeplan are naturally suspicious. Tread The'date when the subscription expires Is its It
fighting wasting re-
on the Address Label of each paper, the
therefore we recommend that cautiously and go slow, is a very change of which to a subsequent date be- mained for us to be his physician, and

each County Alliance elect a county good motto for the farmer to acceptin comes a receipt for remittance.. No other re- we prescribed Shallenberger Antidote,
Is sent unless
business agent, whose duties shall be all things, but so many of them do ceipt paper is stopped requested.The at expiration of the and our first essay at "doctoring" was

defined by the County Alliance and not tread cautiously in so things subscription, unless previously renewed. successful. We recommend this Medicine -
many When a change of address is desired, both to accomplish all its claims, viz.:
whose operations shall be under the pertaining to their interest, and manyof the old and new addresses should be given. prevent and cure Malaria.

supervision of, and his pay regulatedby them will not go at all,' unless they, Remittancesat ->-.H-

the several county trade commit go backward. the risk of the sender unless made by Just Received.Florida ." ":.';-"
registered letter or by check, express order, raised Seed Rye. ,V\:
or postal order, payable to CHAS. W.,DA- Northern Seed ,"'
tees.We Rye.
further recommend, that each Wants Cuban Citron.A COSTA, Publisher of the Florida Dispatch Northern Seed Barley. .''

Subordinate Alliance have a Trade correspondent writes: To Advertisers.The Texas Red Rust Proof Oats. "t t:,

Committee to confer and make ar- "Can tell me of one in DISPATCH is THE LEADING AGRICUL- Grass Seeds. '
you any TURAL JOURNAL OF THIS STATE and has a Seed Potatoes. I.j
with their home merchant ,
rangements large circulation in Florida and throughoutthe -
Cuba through whom I can get a few Onion Sets.
for trade. United States and foreign countries-
trees of various varieties of ''citron wherever the Interest is turned Southward. A full stock of new garden seeds,
We further recommend, that the It iS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING ME- strictly reliable. Catalogue free.
is there in DIUMS IN THE SOUTH::) -especially for Real Estate -
State Executive Committee be em- grown there, or any one ,Nurseries, Transportation lines, Banks, WILLIAM A. BOURS,

powered to appoint a State Business Jacksonville having such relationsin Hotels and those branches wherein it is de- Jacksonville, Fla.
sirable to reach our winter visitors or our -. .
Agent, when, in their judgment, they Cuba, that he could procure them rapidly increasing permanent population. A Beautiful Property for Sale on

deem it necessary, and that they fix Drayton Island Putnam Co.
the of bond and the for me? Advertising Rates.
amount required ;":
of said business We shall be pleased to hear from $1 00'per Inch first Insertion 50 cents per A ten-acre orange and lemon grove,
pay agent. Inch for each subsequent insertion.Preferred \ fronting 900 feet on Lake George. Price,
We further recommend, that the any one who will give us information Positions Next Reading or on Cover: $4,000, cash. Should purchaser wish to

pay of both State and county business concerning Cuban fruit trees and ways $1.40 per Inch first Insertion; 70 cents per be relieved from the care of the grove
be commissions and Inch for each subsequent Insertion. for one, two or three years, and will allow -
not by
agents by and means of obtaining same. 10 per cent.off on 3 months' contracts. me to use the property as a market

salary.Further. 20 30 "" "" on6 12 "" "'* garden, I will take all care of it at my

that while we do not thinkit The Palatka News calls our atten- Advertisements on UST be acceptable: In expense and in addition will pay 10 :per

expedient to now enter into a gene- tion to an article from that paper EVERY respect. cent. each year on the above valuation -
ral business would THK\: FLORIDA DISPATCH is sent free to as rent. W. P. WRIGHT, ..
co-operative we which appeared in our issue of the 3d tho-e who advertise In it,as long as adver- Drayton Island, Fla.
advise that each Alliance tisement
County en-
We continues.Address .
instant without credit. -1- t-
ter into mercantile and manufacturing esteemed cotemporary it CHAS. W. DACOSTA,Publisher, A Home in Florida.
assure our .Jacksonville Florida.
business on the co-operative plan, was purely an oversight, as we makeit Your attention is called to' the offer of. ,

as soon as practicable. rule to credit all extracted matter. Seeds. a lot in Macedonia City, and a year's sub-
a Thirty full sized packages of fresh and scription to a leading paper of this State
The Alliance In Levy. f Bradford reliable vegetable seeds (your choice of for $4. Macedonia City is fifteen miles
The farmers <> county varieties) Free, by mail, for $1.00. south of the terminus of the Florida
The spontaneous and rapid growthof have raised an immense rice crop this Send for prices-low as is consistent Southern R; R., at Trabue,and overlooksthe

the Alliance in our county shows with grade of seeds offered. far-famed bay of Charlotte Harbor,

that our farmers are alive to their year.One hundred and forty barrels (of I3T Special prices to market gardeners. the most magnificent sheet of water in .

interests, and are determined to be .. I Address, the South. An unparallelled offer. For .
their masters. The Times has Irish potatoes were gathered from one C. C. HART, copies of paper and for full particulars? ,
own acre at St. Cloud, near Kissimmee. Eustis, Fla. address THE EQUATOR PUB. Co., ,
confidence in this organization and expects ...... Key West, Fla. ,
be in "
More tobacco will planted 'Panted.
to see the farmers work out of -1-+-4-
debt diversify their secure bet Gadsdeu county next year than at any A milch cow not over six years old Pancoast & Griffiths.
for what raise improve time within the past twenty years. with young calf, or to come in in October This well known firm are now "at
ter prices they ; -
November must at least ten
or ; give home" in their new quarters, 122 Dock
their stock-both as to qualityand Meteorological. quarts of milk a day.Address. street, a location second to none, and a

numbers, and assume a general X Y Z, fruit store among the largest in Philadelphia -

air of prosperity. In unity of action .o 'O"O'I: .'oSoooufcu Florida Dispatch Office, Jacksonville, doing a more extensive fancy

there is a chance to achieve great results .Jaq1'83b\JO c o c oo: :... Florida. 1_ fruit business than ever before; they invite -
usual liberal of Flor-
and the honest tillers of the soil I-: 3H. 91'818 9 W9A.V Choice varieties of all kinds of Fruit the shipments .
ida oranges, etc., in the confident expec- .
only have to combine and stand aoa- Trees. For free catalogue address, tation of giving the best satisfaction that
shoulder to shoulder with each other, C OM 1tPlwnn "" aWW(: )) CHAS. KELLER, the market can be made to yield. They
2> -( ) Texas Hill Nursery, Monticello, Fla.
to improve themselves and the countyin o* Sfc U'8p U'891" 1 guarantee to get full, correct market
live. c.. ;.o ---------------- value at the time of sale and to remit the
which they They are Truck Farming.
organ. 36 I e o *QI""Q; )o following Monday after shipment is closed
izing for self-preservation,not to make I 9) W)019A -r-4,- --* Fine large Cauliflower plants, Veitch's out, charging 10 per cent. commissionon
war on any set of men, and the results Is"- .1.- Autumn Giant and Early London, $3 all such store service.

achieved by them will be beneficial to ... : uollaatl(1t)0. per 1,000. Tomato plants, replanted .a.

all and will injure no one. The credit c:: fo1X2!. 1 I fo ___ r7iZZwzi:: twice HARESFOOT, $1,50 per 1,000.FARM, Kissimmee, FlaCatarrh tsr Send postal to Altamonte Co. Nurseries for ,l
a Altamonte, Orange Fla., cata-
will and the cash system be "' Sp < 54
system go,
'I.1 logue. See advertisement. :I
G: sglp -= Cured.
this will beneficial c3er:>
adopted ; prove LIJ -s. oE t12OI .
o PU'8 saqoui .
alike to the buyer and the seller.- lfUUl'8.1 u'l ?pai A clergyman, after years of suffering Never Fails.
> from that loathsome disease, Catarrh,
Levy County Times. a) *.tJ.. --a Xi. C.t and vainly trying every known remedy, 1\Ir. S. M. Johnson, Walnut Grove,
.. ... ., J; ., f Miss., writes: "This certifies that for
.:: I ('1"(1 ,0---... ...,.,...1O.c.I"'J ..,.. .;, at last found a prescription which com-
\ t .f- the past several I have been using'Hughes'
: years
Sensible Advice. 0( ; I too -... :. pletely cured and saved him from death.
..... .
i in for chills
m .r. -- ----- Tonic family
;;:; __...:. 3* toiH Any sufferer from this dreadful disease my
Referring to the recent, meeting r": t ..1t"'UII, jgi I J ,...... : sending a self addressed stamped envel- and fever, and have found it to be the
$. ::.. I. !: best I ever used. It has not
the Farmers Union, at Gainesville, o t --- .,...,...-.,. -_-:.-- g; ope: to Prof. J. A. Lawrence 212, East failed remedy instance."
o.ce. t In.l1Jt1'tfW t-.QCII.QOX o tS 9th St., New York, will receive the in a single
the Live Oak Banner of Liberty says: CI) i, __ 7.. ..,., =w C s Mr :: recipe free of charge. Prepared by R. A. Robinson & Co.,

We truly that all the I o+ CI"J- sH5H5 1-* Wholesale Druggists, Louisville, Ky.
are sorry "c3"Si .JQ1awn.1'8U' SSSS25&8 c dQv 'Reliable Sold at retail by Druggists generally.

clubs in Suwanee were not repre- SllvQ uuaiq Figi Q r't x Information concerning Florida-its 9 .
sented it has long since been con- E= Carriage or'Wagon Shop.
as __ ...
attractions etc.
o . resources, advantages, ,
ceded that in union there is "o : : :: : :j : :. can be obtained from our descriptive A wood workman, master of new or

strength," that in a multitude of s.. I ::. I :! !\ j7.-C'I::> .lJzr-a4cE pamphlet now in :press. This book does old work, with New York city ,experience -...

counsel there is safety." We very QI o; t"",: CO"_": .X..). ;. .. ..0._..:.;."'_ not paint Florida in the flowery languageof capable of taking charge steady
much farmers so 3 1 ; >.' { Z the land speculator: but tells of thingsas and sober, wishes a situation in Florida. .
regret" to see our i ...c. a-*0"xG-fa-Fa they actually exist. Price by mail 10 Address, LAMBSDEN,
weak kneed, and to see a spirit of -.-:.2=553.. ;-' _=-0 Z_ .cents; per dozen. $1. Address FLORIDA 320 S. Flores St.,San Antonio,
distrust (lack of confidence) in every :. :.c rs:= "...3r I AGRICULTURIST, DeLand, Fla. Texas.



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'881 :::11' -.t:': : -- THE FLORIDA DISPAtfCfi.-=-= .t CTOBEB 24 1887.ftanspprtation. .

r I r
commissioner answers that he has sold small quantity which can be sold earlyat Farmer John on Railroads.

nothing to-day, but "had a glorious very high prices. Our correspondent, Farmer John,
nibble," fa most glorious nibble," and That is what's the matter with Flor- in a recent communication to the Pa-
this is in which induce ida We don't need
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. one way we now. any immigration -
latka News "If this is
says: country
:Inducements to Immigration.There i immigration to Florida. Another is societies induce people to come
are some subjects whichI by charging from $75 to 8100 per car20,000 and see our beautiful land and breatheour ever fully developed railroads must do
upon .- pounds-for transporting healing air. We want to directour it. They do not exactly own the coun-
wouli: like to 'turn myself loose" in fruit or vegetables from South Floridato energies towards removing this in- try, but they know that before theycan
the DiSAATcn if the editor would let Jacksonville, Baldwin or Gaines. cubus of railroad extortion that disheartens prosper the country must. If I
me.; 'j ville; rates which are even more outrageous tle? old settlers and frightens were president of one of the leading
The doings of the transportation than the regulation five cents away the new ones. railroads of Florida,do you know whatI
companies of Florida just make me per mile fare. MACK.For DUDLEY W. ADAMS. would do I will tell you. I would
fairly tare.. my hair. We have a State 4 Waukon, Iowa, October, 8,1887. invite all the leading railroad men of
Railroad Commission. It invited the the FLORIDA DISPATCH. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.1-- the State to meet me; then I would
railroad men to meet with it. That Why Florida Don't Boom.I Oranges and Railroads.It address them about thusly:
was a solemn meeting. A regular ex- have just been talking with an will be generally conceded that 'Gentlemen-I am a railroad man,
perince meeting. Among others, the old acquaintance, who went from hereto orange growing in Florida requiressome and I am here to make money. The
representative of a certain Florida more the people of Florida
California in 1859. This is potent influence to secure against
road confessed "that the receipts of the the more money they will put into our
ruinous'competition', not most
first'meeting since, and, of course, we I therefore before
his road exceeded the expenditures, trpublesome of which is the productof pockets. am you
but not enough to pay the interest on had much to tell each other of our foreign lands. Home competitionis to make a proposition for co-operation,
outstanding bonds, and that if the new homes-his in California and the enemy most to be deplored and that will make this grand State of ours
commission cut the present rate of prosper as she never prospered before.
mine in Florida. That State is making most ruinous.
freight and travel he did not know end this We want to agree upon very low rates
how the world i a most wonderful growth; it is Orange growers can by for and fruits
in the company would combination. One shipping vegetables over
organization only
stand it, or what would become of the simply marvelous. I could not, from must practically cover the whole our rods to Northern markets. Thenwe
road, and therefore he prayed that the his conversation, learn that Californiawas ground. must do our utmost to get very low
rates be let alone." on the whole, by nature a more Can a plan be devised that will be rates over the lines north of us,so thatwe
Cannot our railroad men see that if desirable place for a home, or for busi: sufficiently comprehensive and efficientto can guarantee a very low rate to
the Railroad Commission, or the rail- ness, than Florida. _That it is at present handle the whole business and command our producers at home. If we do these
road company, would cut the present outgrowing us is an indisputablefact. the confidence of a sufficiently things, the people of the State will
rates of freight and travel right in two It is folly for us to ignore this. large majority of the ? plant as they never planted before.
in the middle, reducing them one-half, What, then, is the cause of the com Cold storage cars, proof growers alike againsttoo We will have a good business shipping
Chat the net results would be greater paratively slow development of our great a degree of cold, and too fertilizers into the State, and a grand
than they are? If they do not, some own State, with all her natural charms high temperature. Careful and uni-- old time shipping vegetables out.' To
sufficient power should seize them by and wealth? It is not caused by acci- form inspection, indeed measure this, perhaps, all the railroad men
the nape of the neck and the slack of dent. I called his attention to the for security of purchaser every against fraud would agree, and very low rates be
their trowsers and clink their heads fact that all their people and productshad and ignorance of producer and, obtained to all the leading points in
against the thousand instances that to cross a great desert and moun- contra, of producer against ;dishonest per the North.
prove it, until the fact enters their tain ranges to reach the great markets, agents and purchasers, all must receivethe Then I would have large posters
comprehension. Why, look at the while Florida was right at the doorsof most careful and thorough atten- put at every station and important
post-office department, been reducing the consumers. He completely took points along my line, telling the peopleof
postage ever since the department was my breath away by drawing from his tion.Railroad charges must come down.A the low rates that I would guarantee -
organized almost, and the net receipts pocket a round trip ticket from San railroad management which has to the leading points in the North;
have constantly increased. Take the Francisco and return, which cost him not learned other and more desirable that I was going to put on good fruit
express and telegraph companies of $67.00; while my ticket, by the most means of increasing earnings than by cars that would go through at good
the North and West, they have done direct route, from Tangierine, Fla., establishing rates so high as to dimin- speed, and no delays would be permitted. -
, the same and the, result has been the and return cost me $77.84. ish production and patronage, has I would also tell them that
same. Take the railroads of the West Again, the general passenger agentof need to take lessons in the elements of they must prepay freight, put up
which cost four times as much to build, one of the Pacific railroads running that business. It can scarcely be con- their produce in good shape, and thatI
equip and operate) as the Florida roads, south from Chicago is a personal friendof sidered in good taste to institute com- would guarantee safe delivery and
and you will 1 find them loaded down mine. In conversation with him, parison with rates of other companiesas careful handling.
with travel and freight and coining recently, he said his road was tryingto extravagant as their own,justifying I would have posted at every sta-
money and settling up the country at make a low rate to Florida for the their own error by exhibition of abusesof tion printed instructions how to pack
the same time, carrying prospectors at coming season, but the road over which another. Aside from "Boomers" and mark packages of vegetables and
ONE CENT a mile with stopover privileges all lines enter the State was like a bari- probably no equal number of individuals fruits.' Then to each county through
ad libitum. Go to railroad man- cade in the way, and would not pro drag so heavy on the which my road passed, I would offer
agers and learn something! Don't be rate with them, but always exacted its Florida as the "5 cents a mile"progressof rail. liberal premiums, to be given to those
like a large class of other people in pound of flesh. road'managers. Drop ,the rates to 3 who would raise the most vegetablesper
Florida who never learn anything and Then when a tourist reaches Flor- cents and make liberal concessions on acre, etc.
never forget anything.In ida, the transportation companies and round trip and excursion tickets- "What would be the consequence ?
my mind's eye I see a brusque, hotels commence a course of phlebotomy make reduction of freight charges Nearly every man in the State would
wide-awake, intelligent, energetic man that leaves on the mind of the proportionate, and communities will go to putting out a good crop of vegetables -
from the Northwest call in at the much-bled traveler the impression that spring where now the wild cat and ; so much so that it would tax
land office of a certain Florida rail- Florida has no resources but to fleece owl hold up carnival, and railroads now the railroads to their utmost to move
road. The land commissioner greets the outsider The Florida railroads languishing and trembling in view of the crop. The railroads would make
him with a suave smile, and asks what show that they do not desire the settle- the auction block will cease to debate money as they never made it before,
he would have. He wants a thousandacres ment of the State, by their almost pro- the ground with deserted cabins and and so would the gardeners and fruit-
of the company's best lands. The hibitory rates. For instance, I am discouraged people.Legislation growers all over the State. Then
prospector learns that the lands are sending a car load of emigrant goodsto compelling these rates Florida would boom as she never
near a town, some 200 miles away; Tangierine; the car cost me from will not more a boon to the boomed before.
that he can go to see them at the rate here to Chicago (285 miles) $30.00. people prove than to the railroads.M. "To me all this seems reasonable,
of five cents; per mile each way; that ',From Jacksonville to }.Mount Dc ra, L. WOOD. and I am confident that if the rail-
he can put up at the company's hotel 150 miles, $40.00.If Oswood, Fla., October 15,1881. roads would make the move, that they
there at $3.50 per day, and get a man I ship a crate of vegetables Since the above was written our rail would receive the needed encourage
and team with which to go see the weighing fifty pounds from Mount ment from every part of the State.'
lands at 810 per day. He finds that Dora to Boston, it costs fifty cents per road commission has given us a three- ."
such are the concessions offered pros- crate. From Mount Dora to Savan- cent-a-mile passage rate. We shouldnow The-orange crop is beginning to'
pectors by the transportation com- nah, the railroa 1 takes forty cents; concentrate our efforts toward move and within another month large
panies in Florida! He bows himselfout Savannah to Boston, ten cents. Thisis securing lower freight rates for our quantities of the golden fruit will be
and takes the first train North, at the rate of $240.00 per car load products. It costs importers less to going t o market. The crop will not
thanking his stars that he got away of 30,000 pounds.? lay Mediteranean fruit down in New be excessively large, but good pricesare
with the skin of his teeth. The man- This robbery tariff sends all the York, duty free, than it costs our expected, and altogether the out-
ager calls around in the evening and truck business t out of Florida to Savannah growers to deliver their fruit at the look for the growers, and everybodyelse ,
inquires how the land,business is? The except the comparatively_ same port.-ED. F. D.. is bright and promising.


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OCTOBER 24, 1887.) --------;THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. 885

change have: arranged to make advances and organize to be sure. Come to PIANOS ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS

]VIaxr l\etiIl 5 on fruit this season, and also taw, speak quick before things beginto ,

assume the old shape-no shape. Genuine Bargains.
to place fruit in cold storage' for those
For the FLoRIDA DISPATCH.Advances WM. P. NEELD. -
who desire it.-ED. F. D. Pinellas, Hlllsborough county, Fla., Sep-
Necessary.I tember 20,1887. Being Sole Agents In the South for
have read with great interest the For the FLoRIDA DISPATCH: .
many valuable articles in ,late issues Tariff On Oranges.A For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. THUSHEK, BENT & ARION
of'your paper in reference to making prohibitory tariff should be leviedon "Number Nine, to Dudley W.

Jacksonville: the great central marketfor foreign oranges and lemons. Florida Adams. PIANOS,

Florida"oranges. I have thoughtand California and Louisiana can You have said it, and here's my

studied the Moremen plan;''as it supply the United States with oranges hand, friend Dudly. I was about to ORGANS

is termed, and believe it would work and lemons, and they should be secured arise and "speak in meeting," when ,

well if the producers would patronizeit in their right to dtf so. The you took the floor in your article in MASON & HAMLIN, BAY STATE,

; but: there is the point, will they competition between the States would the DISPATCH of September 26th, and PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.

unite and stick? If so, it will be the secure reasonable prices to the con- said it much better than I could.
first time record where farmers "Them's sentiments Everyone given benefit of our one price system -
on sumer, and the money paid out would my exactly.It and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy
haye-dbne" so to any great extent The. all remain in this country. If the seems to me there must be money terms of payment,and payment of freight assumed -

writer ; spent fifteen years in the fruit industry is a legitimate one, and I in the orange business somewhere.We steamboat by us landing.to Purchasers nearest R. R.or

grange, and his experience, without a desirable in the country, it should be I know our oranges retail at the

single' exception, was, that farmers protected, now in its infancy at any i North at from three to ten cents each; -

would not hang together; they :would rate, and protected to the extent of that they sell at from $2.50 to $7.00 VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-

go, back on their own friends and prohibition of foreign fruit This per box. We know that for the past CORDEONSand

agents and buy from the enemy if they would not only protect the orange and two or three years we have received,

could'save five cents, thereby break lemon growers of the land but would net, from $2.50, "$1.07," down to a all kinds of small instruments offered at

ing down their own'business men.. We also protect the government treasury, bill for freight, I. O. U. We know logue.lowest prices. Send for our illustrated cata-

have,had the nie experience with the as no proceeds would result from the that there are thousands of dollars in

Fruit Exchange; it was, able to have prohibitory tariff and the dreadful capital begging for 4 per cent. inter- -

done all that the orange producers' surplus would not be added to. est. Can some of that capital not be Artist materials

could,:reasonably ask, not in one or And this is our only salvation. We used in buying our oranges at the Picture Frames,

two years, but in time it could, andI I cannot contend or compete with for groves-say at $2.00 per box, and at Fine Pictures

have no doubt would have sold the eign fruits which are produced by the end of the season, when the booksare Fancy Goods .

whole orange crop of Florida insideof laborers at twenty-five cents per day, closed, show a balance of at least Albums, Stationery.

the State; 'but what was the result? while we pay $1.25, and are deliveredin 10 per cent. for six months' use? Of
We can save in anything in
A g9od many of the stockholders did New York, tariff paid, at fifty cents all the oranges that have been shipped Music, Art or Fancy you money Goods. ,Write us for

not ship their fruit to the Exchange; per box, where it costs us seventyfivecents. from Florida for the past three years, prices.

many growers sent choice fruit to their Politics blinds the eyes of has the producer received $1.00 per -

pet commission, men,and sent culls,rus- many even to to the welfare of their box, net-sum total ? A wholesale LUDDEN & BATES S. M.H.

sets, etc., to the Exchange, then raiseda own State and their own personal in- shoe dealer once told me he considered ,

howl because the, Exchange did notsell ,terests. But it does appear to me that they were making a big profit if SAVANNAH, GA.

i refuse oranges for more than'fancy the wayfaring South Floridian,thougha they made five cents per pair on shoes.

choice fruit brought. Suppose. that fool, need not err in this matter. There is a big margin between one dollar PABLO BEACH.

1,000,000 boxes of fruit' asked for is %I. and seven cents on a million.It .

pledged, is there any certainty that seems to me there must -
anything like the whole amount wouldbe For the FLORIDA DI8P ATCH. be men with capital and brains Jacksonville and Atlantic R'y Co.

forthcoming when wanted? Past We Must Quickly Come to Tawl to see this thing as we see it ; and, IN EFFECT TUESDAY, SEPT. 13,1887.

experience is against such a thing Well, we have spent the summer in Friend Adams, they are the men we WESTWARD.

being accomplished. Now, Mr. Editor talking and maturing plans for the are looking for. No.1 No.3 Nob No.7
and disposition of the coming NUMBER NINE. AoH P.X P.X p.x
3 capitalists, orange growers, ; orange crop.
... .
Ar Jacksonville. ...._ 8:2D 3:50 1:50 6:20
everybody that desires to see the fruits, Companies have been formed, having Ormond, Volusla Co., Fla., Oct.15,1887.FLORIDA Lv Pablo............ ".._...... 7:35 3:00 1:00 5:80
and vegetables of the State sold. at for their object the distribution and EASTWARD.

\ home,. it is your correspondent's opin the preservation of the fruit. We all 800,00U ACRES No.2 No.4 No.6 No.8
' ion that understand the necessity for organization .A.H P.H P.!! P.X
$50,000,just at .thepresent Ar Pablo...................__ 10:50 5:20 2:30 6:80
time, would secure the entire orange and cooperation, but this move Lv.Jacksonville.........._.. 10:00 5:50 8:20 7:20
crop of the State in such a shape that ment must have a _head and center, it LANDSSituated Trains No.and run daily. Trains 3 and 4
those furnishing the money would] seems that Jacksonville is the place, run run dally except Sunday. Trains 5,6,7 and 8
Sunday only.
have complete] control of the crop. At and the Florida Fruit Exchange and in the Counties of Nassau, Duval, JULIUS HAYDEN,
Columbia, SuwaneeAlachua,Lafayette Ma-
least nineteen >out of every twenty the Florida Auction and Forwarding rion, Hernando, Sumter, Volusta Superintendent

i fruit growers are, in need ,of, a little Company and other capifalis s are to Monroe.Brevard, Polk, HIllsborough, Manatee and Grand Gift To wonderful Introduce 8eif our-

1 money, and would be glad to contract i be the head. Let them go to work, A Operating Washing Machine we will
GIVE ONE In town. Best
their oranges at a fair price if they there is no more time: to talk in. TOWN LOTS \ ,in the World.away No labor every or rubbing.

could get a reasonable. advance be Agents must canvass the counties, and SEND FOR ONE to the
National Co., 23 St., N. Y.
tween now and shipping-season. growers must be secured in their fruitif In the Towns of Kissimmee,Winter Haven,
i Gonlouvllle,Bartow,Auburndale, Lakeland,
Or, in other words, the writer is of' they are to pledge their shipments.The Seffner, Mango, Orient,Eagle Lake Haskell $100 to $300 -MONTH can be made
Kathleen, Kichland, Dade City, dwensboroand working for us. Agenta
the opinion! that .tie 'surest. : way to companies, under one manage- Pemberton.A preferred who can furnish their own horses
make 'Jacksonville the central,marketfor ment, or one capital at least, should Map and Descriptive Notes showing the and give their whole time to the business.
location of these lands will be furnished on Spare moments may be profitably employedalso.
Florida fruits would be"for men provide agents. and cold storage in the application to the Land Department of the A few vacancies in towns and cities.B. .
great cities in the North and West South Florida Railroad Company. t'\ JOHNSON & CO.,
who have or can secure the money togo 1013 Main St., Richmond, Va.
into the business prepared to con'1 and ship by car or train load in cold GEO. Fox, PROTECTING

tract and advance money on the fruit storage what fruit is not sold in Jack- PATENT CLOTH.
Chief Clerk
in the groves,arrange storage sufficientto sonville. It will not do to undertaketo ,
store the overplus when the marketis compel people to buy in Jackson-

glutted, and buy all the fruit that ville; they will import more largely

was offered, and pay as much as it, than ever, and again ''Florida trill be
would bring net at the time in Northern left. But I am no dictator, I am Fancy Poultry. For Florists: ,.fjardenern, Farmers, etc..supersedes -
glass' at one-tensh the cost on cold
cities. The writer has no oranges only a small grower, but I am friendly ; frames, hot-beds,etc. Unequaled for
this season to sell (trees failed to to any system in preference to no sys P. O. Box 381, Jacksonville Fla. TOBACCO PLANT BEDS.

bloom), but i if he had 10,000 boxes he tem. If there is not capital or energyor W. W. FEND RICH, Promotes hardy. rapid growth. Used and
box be sold tact and ability enough in the endorsed by leading growers. Also water-
would pledge the last to White anti Brown Leghorns, Light. Bno- proof cover for all farm purposes.
State and let others in. mas, Plymouth Rocks, Lan hans and
at Jacksonville or other place in so say, come Circulars and samples! free.
any will
Wyhndoites Until further iu-Lice, furnish U. M. Watrrproflnjc Fibre C-. (Limited,)
the State, before he would ship a sin- Our fruit is capital enough, is it not? Eggs from the above varieties at|1 pre AC* South St., JVt*" York._
Can not borrow the thirteen, delivered at EXDTOSI ottlce.
: we soon
' box commission man that necessary
,glei to any Mention DISPATCH. Illustrated circular trop of Tws
capital-if we pledge our fruit, can'twe AGENTS xpW llook.,and proof that
he knows of at present kfiuoa month'In made ellingoot
% J. H. CAMPBELL. get an advance-if we get an ad- WORK i Fou: Al.I,. $:'i') A AVttEKand: and Dew edition. of Mother,Home
; Uea..en.l80.tn Edited by T.L.Cnylar
Acrou, Fla., 1, vance on the promise of tho best disposition exiHjUM Judea.. Onirli. wor h $d D.D. $2.75} also, 10,000 Cnrioaltle of theBible
+ aud parilcumiH fret 1 O. .CI.JtY, Augusta Introduction by J.IT.Vincent.I).D, Ulna-
WJSmderstand,. that., "" theFruit. ,. Ex- of the crop, we, will "join" Me. fatted 82. E. 12. TBEAT, 711 Broadway,H. Y.

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bushels of corn and 2,500 pounds of following delegates to the Farmers' held at high prices have since lain ,

: plondiana seed cotton, without much additional Congress which meets in Chicago on idle only to improve in richness the

y. :I help. the 5th of November: Captain A R. past<< twenty-five years, and now, with

State Items. The celebrated collection of Florida Godwin, of])Marianna; Colonel JohnS. the increasing demand for tobacco,
Winthop of Tallahassee Mr. J. V. these idle lands will .
woods, ferns, etc., belonging to the ; come into cultivation -
Brown of Suwanee Shoals Colonel and their value increase.
State Agricultural College, at Lake ; greatly
Orange trees In bloom at Tampa.
John M. Martin of Ocala.
City, will be exhibited at the Sub-
Garden eaaa is getting plentiful. Tropical. Cash M. Thomas, Commissioner for
, the counties of Citrus Hernando and THE NEWSHERALDFLORIDA'S
Good ,
sweet this
potato crop year. Tobacco bids fair to ascend the ,
Pasco is busy getting the materialto
Cotton is coming in very slow and throne and demand a joint reign with erect a building on up the SubTropical I GREAT DAILY, ,
prices still remain low. King Cotton throughout the Sea-Is-
grounds which is to be built
en "
Over 100 vessels land belt of Florida.-Columbia DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS.
are engaged in tirely of native woods brought from
Florida's sponge fishing. County those counties. He will also collect Published at Jacksonville, Fla., -

Orange county wants a building for Kretschmar & Correy, at Quincy, and arrange the exhibit from those Every Day In the Year.

its Sub-Tropical exhibit. have contracted for 100 tobacco boxesin counties.
which to pack the tobacco they are The Commissioners of Brevard HAYEST9 THB isXCLUtUVJC: TBANCHXS3: OT THBDMTED LULL

The number of strawberries, plantedat purchasing. It is likely they will county have appropriated $1,000 towards PRESS DESPATCHES .
Glen St. will be
Mary double that need at least 500 boxes. a exhibit in the SubTropical
of last county INCLUDING A SPECIAL
year. The cattle shipments this summer and the same placed to the eA.BIbT NEWS SERVICE

The beef canning factory at Fort have been 550 head from the Manatee order of G. S. Hardee, A. S. Hatch FROM FOREIGN LANDS.
Ogden will add from 60 100 families and C. B.
to section. About two or three hundred Magruder, Sub-Tropical
to the town. more will wind up the season's ship Committee for that county. The ao- FLORIDA STATE NEWSBY

The strawberry crop around Sum- ments. The price paid is $10 per 'tion of Brevard should be emulatedby -
terville and Panp.Boffkee will be larger head. every county in the State.

this season than last. Switzerland (Fla.) will exhibit at The County Commissioners have The nCESsrrr of having In Florida a dean.

A big shipment of squashes arrivedat the Sub-Tropical: corn, sugar-cane, appropriated $1,000 for the purpose honest,,devoted straightforward toDEMOCRATIC metropolitan daily newspaper _',

Tampa on the last trip of the Mar rice, potatoes, cassava, forage, oranges, of exhibiting: the products of Volusia UNITY AND SUCCESSand
garet from Manatee.In lemons, grape .fruit, and fifteen or county at Sup-Tropical Exposition. -
have also the of the State's business
handsome They appropriated proper representation
Sumter county orange trees have twenty flowering and foliage 8300 for general advertising purposes. interests,caused a large number of wealthy citizensto
plants. form to that end and
a Joint-stock
put on a wonderful this company
growth C.F. DeLand
year, ABielby.pf ; H.J.Faulkner uniting the two dailies, the MORNING NEWS and the
and are still growing. Columbia county ,will hold its annual of Oak Hill
; John Anderson, of HERALD, providing an abundant capital new material ,
Local branches of the Florida fair at Lake City on the 15th of Ormond, and J. H. Bodine, of Enter and a competent staff of professional journalists -
Ship.pers' December, at which the competitionfor they have afforded the people of Florida a '
Union' are being organized in prise, comprise committee i in
Sumter and Lake counties. Receiver H. R. Duval's tobacco charge of the funds. Representative Daily Newspaper,
premiums will make an interesting that Is a benefit and an ornament to the State to '
The orange box business is flourish feature. Taking for example the generally which it Is devoted. .

ing. If they are all filled and considered insignificant sponge trade,
shan't have a short shippedwe It is probable that the Commissioners and most people will be surprised to THE DAILY NEWS-HERALD

crop. of Jefferson county will appropriate learn that two points alone on the Has the Acknowledged

Polk county is raising a fund, by $500 to aid the citizens to advertise Gulf coast Rock Island and Ariclote LARGEST 'CIRCULATION

subscription, with which to advertise the resources and advantages of f Keys-produce $60,000 worth of

her resources and attractions.A the county by a representative display sponges a year, and that over one In FlorIda."SUBSCRIP"J'ION .

at the Sub-Tropical. hundred vessels are employed in the
number of grape vines, near Oxford : PRICES :
have now a second of Sumter County has a fair of, trade. Yet, this is but one of the One year................................ 88.00, .
almost crop crop scores of profitable industries carriedon Six Months............................. 4.0O .
grapes, ready to ripen. "long cotton. The Times says: in the State.-Ex. Three Month.......................... 2.00 "
Lakeland has a sweet potato measuring Long staple cotton is a safe crop any One Month............................. 75 '
131 inches in circumference and year:, and we trust our farming friends Tobacco has opened a new and SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN BY ALL RESPONSIBLE NEWSDEALER.

only five weeks old from the will give more attention to its cultivation profitable source of revenue. We

ing. plant in the future than they have i in have demonstrated that our soil produces THE: PEOPLE'S PAPER.Many .

the past. an_article_ of weed that not only
une ijundred boxes from Phillips sells reaJily but is sought after by tobacconists people residing at a distance from daily rail
& flannel! on September 27th were The counties are organizing immi all over the way communication do not care to take a Batty
the first gration associations to with country. Large newspaper. For these and others Is published
oranges shipped from Kissim- co-operate orders are pouring in f-om: commercial
mee this season. the State Association in a systematiceffort
our tobaccos and
i News-Herald
to induce settlers. Lake Weekly
Recent copious! rains efft dually organized last week and forwarded to cigars. Our factories are steadily enlarging ,
ended the protracted drought which the State Treasurer their operation sand new ones OUT EVERY THURSDAY
$28.50, its first installment ,
had been to Next
especially severe in Middle oi half dues. preparing open. year a tremendous Containing the cream of the matter published In
and West Florida. acreage will be planted in the daily during the preceding seven days. .
A company which now operates a Columbia.-Lake City Reporter.A .
The truck gardeners i in Hillsbo- twelve-ton-a-day ice factory at Wood- joint stock One Dollar a Year.T. .

rough county and on the Manatee bridge, Orange county, Fla., are company of New .
river will be preparing Yorkers has been formed, with a capi- :.
shipping cukes and to- to in extensive cold
matoes in a few days. put an tal of$100,000, to purchase and cultivate T. T. STOCKTON, Business Manager
storage, for and other
tobacco in Gadsden
county for .P.O.Box MD." Jacksonville, EI4.I .
The Florida fruitsand also to enter into the I I
Shippers' Union, an pro- another year. An option for the pur
organization in Lake and Sumter duction of orange wine. chase of 4,000 acres of land lying
Buy Direct from the Factory,
counties for
marketing oranges, has Florida produces a greater varietyof principally near the railroad, with and
organized for business. farm crops ; a greater variety of forfeits deposited in some instances, Special lor: the Money.South. ,

Columbia county has applied for fruits; a greater variety of valuable has been. effectedsubject: to confirmation

space in the Sub-Tropical building, timbers ; has greater fisheries! oyster ithin fifteen to sixteen days by

and will make a fine display after. beds and sponge fields, and possesses] the parties supposed to be connected r

holding her county fair. more natural wealth-producing resources with this joint stock company. The
than any other State in the lands under the contract have been
Lake Charm farmers are making Union." sold at reasonable if not at low prices;
large quantities of crab hay this'fall. f Good
grass articles of tobacco
They are going ,to boycott the Dr. T. J. Williamson, of Eustis, has from twenty-five to thirty-one are selling
baled article if possible. a sweet blood pomegranate tree in his
yard that has fruit on it all the per pound.
The South Florida fair will not Some_ of its boughs are nearly bent to The profit derived from the small

conflict with the Sub-Tropical and the ground with the second crop, and crop of tobacco raised in Gadsden

will be the source from which a fine the tree is now blooming for the third county this year gives the planter of

display will be derived for the latter. time since :March. The fruit is deli that county great encouragement.
cious. This was the centre of the tobacco-
Mr. R. L. Marcum, living in Bradford -Exchange.Governor : raising section in ante-bellum days,

county, ,raised. this year "' 200 Perry has appointed>> the and lands that were then, rich and


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' OCTOBER 24, 1887.1 -3HE? FLORIDA DISPATCH._---- "' .: ,# 881I ,


PERN-TO,HONEY, PALLAS, FLORIDA tested and DEARS varieties of the ORANGE and LEMON and other Citrus Fruits.
For,the. FLORIDA DISPATCH. PEACHES; KELSEY and other PLUMS; GRAPE VINES, Florida grown,of well known varieties, found to be suited to the soil
BUDDING. JAFFA, MED. SWEET, WASH'NG. NA- ana climate of Florida.
VEL, TARDIFF, MAJORICA, DUROI Send for catalogue to O. R. TIIAC1IEK manager,

Mr. Guliok's Method. HIGLEY'S LATE,MAG.. BONUM, HOMO- San Mateo Fla.


my letter published the previous week, ORANGES; BELAIR, VILL V FRANC HA FLORIDA GROWN PEACH TREES,
'places) me in such false that I ;
; Kelsey Japan Plums Olive Trees Lemons Pecans
Oranges Figs
am compelled to defend myself, although SIMMONS, NUTS, GUAVAS, QUINCES,
By the dozen,hundred or thousand,also a full supply of other Nursery stock adapted to
; I deprecate a controversy in a POMEGRANATES,BANANAS,LOQUATS, Florida and the Gulf States. Am now booking orders for Fall delivery season of
public journal. OLIVES, MELON SHRUBS, UMBRELLA 188788.) Write for Prices. Catalogue free on application.

' The letter you published was a TREES,etc. GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES,

private one and not intended for pub- A. H. MANVILLE & CO, G. L. TABER, Propr..Glen St.Mary, Fla.

lication as contents The Lakeland and Drayton Island. Fla.
s plainl yshow. BAY VIEW NURSERIES.
words, "For the DISPATCH" were not I Profit in Fruit Culture.

there, as you will see by refrering to KELSEY and other valuable Plums. 25,000 CHOICEST VARIETIES
LECONTE KEIFFER and other Pears and
the ,
letter. Apples on LeConte stock. All the valuable Budded Orange and Lemon Trees
Your advice was sought in part be. Oriental and Southern Fruits. CAMPHOR ,
cause you are the accredited exponent all kinds. JERSEY CATTLE,JERSEY RED Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants. Trees strong and well rooted
of the HOGS. Seeds of Forage Plants. HighestqUalltYllowest and especially adapted to outh Florida.An .
Nurserymen's Association, prices. Valuable Information inspection Is Invited All inquiries by mail promptly answered. Catalogues sent free
a body of men for whom I entertain a free. on application. R. D. IIOYT,Bay View HiUsborough Co.. Fla.

high regard. Samples of trees were CHEROKEE FAKM AND NURSERIES, .
Waycross, Ga.
sent (please excuse the Washington

x Navel) to assist your judgment in Pears Grown from Cuttings.
LeConte Keifler and Sand. Bartlett Law- Rare exotic slants of all descriptions for summer planting. Rare and new fruits.
making verdict the
up your as to son, Sekel: Smith and Garber on LeConte Palms,Acacias, Agaves,Aloes, Cacti and Flowering Plants. A general line of Citrus Trees
I merits of the method adopted in pro- Root. Strawberries adapted to Florida, Ala- and Nursery stock suitable for Florida.
bama and Georgia: Hoffman, Warren, .Noo-
them. In
ducing your acknowledgment nan and Noonan Improved. Peaches: 'een-. Price catalogue (of 93 pages) 15 cents,postpaid. Mailed free to all customers.
I of receipt you did not utter a to, Honey::, Southern Beauty and others. REASONER BROS.,
: Kelsey'8JapanMarlannaandothers.
word of commendation or reproof.In Pot grown strawberries on special order only. Manatee, Florida.

thus seeking your esteemed ad- Tallahassee Nursery GEO.,Tallahassee G. GIBBS,,Fla, GEORGETOWN NURSERIES.Budded :
vice I did not entertain a doubt butI Send for Catalogue. .

was original in the improvement, Nurseries of Lake Weir Co. AND ORA.NGE TREES

that it was a good thing and ought to 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees, Budded* from tried and approved varieties, and on good health locks.

ta be made known to the fraternity of Our trees are very thrifty,three and four Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line
the State. year old stock,%to ly inch diameter,with hilt Trees suitable to Florida. Address,
Due year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible _A.ROLSr "STsT-A-IRK, O-eorgretowTL Fla
> ,
Will give my reasons for think- to Florida Southern Railroad Send for
May 1R'8.4
,ng BO in as few words as possible. "Catalogues. AddressE..B.FOSTER,Manager .

In 1881, first saw a citrus nursery dec21-ly Routh Lake Weir.Fla. J.ake George ur eries.EASON :

in California, took an interest in that ,ONE MILLIONFruit OF I S88..

n' line of business because for many Trees, Grape All fruits, plants and vines,suited to the climate of Florida, Including Oranges, :Lemonsand
years I had been engaged in growing Vines.Plants; Strawberry all the citrus fruits,as well Peaches,Pears Plums, Persimmons,Grapes, Figs Pecans,
Etc. Apricots,Olives,etc. Also many useful\and ornamental grasses,Plants,Vines,etc.
deciduous Almondsf
fruit trees in another State. Selling low at so for sale several valuable Improved places at great bargains. Catalogue free to
Amputation a few inches above the Willow Lake Nursery. any address. .
Descriptive catalogueand 'v. W. HAWKINS & SONS,
1 Hud> was the universal custom there, price list mailed free ___ LiUkr George, Flo:
and is at the present time. 'In 1882, on Sam'l application II. Humph.Address .

I I. traveled through this State to some Marshallville, Ga. RIVERSIDE NURSERIES.Citrus

extent and found the same method inuse .

by small and large growers of GRAPE VINESSuited and Deciduous Trees, Rooted Grape

citrus nursery stock as far as observations -
my to the Soil and Climate of Vines and Cuttings.We .
make of Vines of all varieties,and Trees. Liberal discount to
FLORIDA a speolalty Grape Fig
In the spring of 1885, after, various nurserymen. All inquiries promptly answered. Address
I had C. S. BURGESS, Manager,
previous experiments seven or
t GROWN AND FOR SALE AT Riverside,California.
! eight thousand buds grown after the San Luis and Andalusia Nurseries

improved method and they were TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Nurseries of the Milwaukee Florida Orange Company,
almost models of perfection. Several
E. DUB 018, Manager.Send Dunedin, Hillsborough County, Florida.We .
nurserymen came from 'a distance to
for Catalogue and order early. Send, make a specialty of the DISTINCTIVE varieties of CITRUS FRUIT TREES,including
them and all
see expressed their admiration also,for Price List of Double Imperial.Biverslde (buds personally selected in California by a member of our com-
of the process not a word pany) and Washington Navels,Maltese Blood, Hart's TardlfT, Jaffa, Du Rol,Stark'a Seed-
; FLORIDA WINES. less,etc.,etc. In Lemons we have Villa Franca, Sicily,Genoa,Belalr Premium and Eureka.
was ever expressed, in my hearing, Also Tahiti Limes, Peaches, Plums,White Adriatic Figs etc.,etc. Our stock Is large,com-
that they had ever heard of it before. plete,well rooted, thrifty and clean. Special terms on large orders. Catalogue free on ap-
Plants for pllcation. Address A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Dunedin, Fla.
Why was it not published for the Pineapple

benefit of others without asking for a Egyptian Queen from 15c. to $1. Scarlet or
from lo. to 2c. for slips. Rooted SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES.Sixty
l patent? Pants,can be set .t any season, from 2c.to .
Well; have thought'the same 25o. each, packed and delivered on board thousand choice Orange,Lemon and Lime Trees for sale.. Ten thousand fine Florida
man on receipt of price. grown Peach Trees,of the Honey and Peen-To also two new varieties,Hybrids
self, but just now I feel like the Large order prices on application. Honey and Peen-To named by us Chinese Varletlef'c.htnese Queen. The Chinese King
E. ,
did in the fable when the north wind Eden Plantation RICHARDS Eden ripens in May. The Queen ripens three weeks later than Honey. Our evening bearing orange
Pineapple Indian
t will give you ripe fruit the year round. We have the genuine Washington Navel Mint to us
t ,tried to blow his coat off.: direct from Washington. Big discount on large orders.

What I most regret In the: published KELSEY JAPAN PLUMON C. B. PELTON Lake, Manager Helen.Florida.,

letter was the statement that if my

process were adopted the patrons of Three, six FLORIDA and twelve PLUM months STOCK.buds; 2,000 T apan.eseu.rserl.es; : ,
would receive better two-year olds. Some fruited this year.
nurserymen Botan,Marianna.Purple Leaf and Simon's
prices, etc. That was certainly not Plum on Florida Seedling Plum stock the n; OF TUB
best for all sections of Florida. Eureka, Peen-
improper in a private letter asking To.Honey,best October and other Peaches on Oriental: :Importing Company.
advice, but became so when published. Florida peach stock. Japan Persimmon,
", Grapes,Oranges,etc. Price list free. Inspec- Main Office 120 Sutter St., San Francisco. S. L. GOLDMAN, Manager.
It looked like a cheap way of tion solicited. A. CAI Prop.Eureka Nursery,Melrose,Clay Co.,Fla UNSHUI CANTON HYBBID.and KIN-KAN. JAPAN ORANGE TREES. CHESTNUTS
s advertising, a thing I would scorn. PERSIMMONS AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Send for Catalogue.

If the late Mr.\ Atwood used and POLK COUNTY NURSERIES.BY .

published the essential features of my THE :R.c.37: :J3ral.cb.: : lam'-r'13er1es..

method twelve years ago, including i Polk LeConte Bartlett Lawson and Garber's Pears- '<
' Co. Nursery i Improvement Co Keiffer Hybrid a Specialty.
the wire hook, I will cheerfully join .
you in giving him full credit, but if All the leading foreign and domestic Orange -'
and Lemon Trees. Summer contracts,Special Rates,will now be given. Address
the hook was omitted and no substitute Price list on application.V. >" -
equally convenient it is not \ B, liASSITER manager ',-.. :< B. '"W. PARTRIDGE,
Homeland,Pla. Montlcello,'F1&




I ,;..,,'"' "'1" """'''''',""iI'i1''

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----- FLORD.J DISPATCH.== : LOcrdi R 24,1887.
888 : am .> ,. .' ,
prising that the "lop-over" method Atwood fastened his trees to the- ,"SAN MATEO NURSERIES.'".

came in use. You seem to invite ground with stakes. Mr. Gulick's.

criticism by stating that it is more modus operandi is probably new but' A full line of Nursery Stock now ready. for Fall and Winter Planting. ,

economical, etc. If trees are trimmed the principle is old. We are glad to v*
Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees of all Sizes.
and trained for that purpose, a man be able to set the advantages of

will wire down 1,000 to 1,500 per day method before] our readers, as compared Send for Catalogue.

and the same wires can be used any withlthemethods: : now in uso. MAXWELL, ANDERSON San Mateo Ac CO.,.if la.
number of times. Whereas, if an in ED. DI8. J _

cision is made the bend is too short, r GUIDE TO FIG CULTURETells !I-

the wood cracks on the upper side, how to grow and prepare the fig,and describes our new fig, .

and the bark kinks off on the underside I E; toar COmmerc1 L1 Snl.y"rn.a.:

and sometimes stops the return
Zo Onlygenuine "fig of commerce,"and the finest in the w rid. Also Tropical, SemiTropicaland
flow of sap. The wind also plays j New Fruits,and the finest stock of nuts in the country. Address',with stamp,
havoc with the loose FLORIDA HORTICULTURAL CO.,
swinging i ,
tops, Cutler, Dade Co., Flu.
and each tree has a large wound to _
I Grows all kinds of Fruit Trees and Vines THE BUCKEYE NURSERIES.Villa
heal, which draws on the sap in proportion -j, Large stock LeConte and other Pears,Persimmons .

to its size. Then there is each : ,Peen-to,and other peaches and plums. Franca Lemons. Washington Navels.We .
alternate row in which the tops are' Send(Catalogue. Smlthvllle. Ga. 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-
lapped, to be kept clean with a hoe I tained from the finest(grove of this celebrated variety in the State and our WashingtonNavel
for several months. You depend DRAYTON ISLAND NURSERY. buds were imported by us,direct from California,and taken from the first trees bud-
may ded with that variety in the State. This grove Is said to bear heavily and steadily. We have
upon it that no partial shade ORANGE TREE also all the standard varieties Known to Florida, also Peen-to and Honey peach trees, and ,
LeConte and Keifer Pears. All of our trees are grown on high pine land, and we guaranteethat
will the crab
keep down persistent Of all the leading varieties 'budded on good every tree shall have good roots,which after all is most important. Send for Catalogue.
grqss and weeds. apd healthy sour stock 3 and years old, and _GILLV.TT BRO'S, South Lake Wier, Marion Co., Florida.
from five-eights to one and one-half Inch In
HENRY GULICK. diameter. Buds 1 and 2 years old, and from .9 ORIENTAL FRUIT TREES A SPECIALTY.
Summit,Fla.,Sept. 22d,1887. two and a half to eight feet high. Good root
and straight stocks guaranteed.For Kelsey ISotan and Ogan Japanese Plums on native Plum Stock
We regret to have violated Mr.Gulick's prices address Kelsey June Buds on native Peach Stocks. Peen-to and Honey Peachen.
GEORGE DARLING, LeConteand Kiefler Pears on their own roots. Bartlett and other pears on
confidence ; we did so unwittingly Drayton Island' Fla. LeConte roots. A large stock of Apples, Pears, Plum,' Cherries, Quinces, ,
__J Apricot and Nectarines. Address '
however. The letter came

addressed to the Editor of the DIS PENVILLA NURSERY. w. P. iiri.: : : : ...

PATCH, and such communications it is Manager Huntsville Wholesale Nurseries, Huntsville, Alabama."
habit in with
our conformity a com

mon usage, to treat as sent in for pub- of all kinds, including the BId well's Early : HOMELAND NURSERIES. f

lication, unless we are instructed to Peach,and the finest stock of Kelsey Plumsin

the contrary.The the State. Also some choice one-year old KELSEY AND OTHER ORIENTAL PLUMS S SA

hooK referred to has never Asparagus (collossal) crowns. If you want SPECIALTY. '

been in and it is doubt trees send for prices and save money. ,
with Mr. G. We believe Mr. Glen St.Mary, Baker Co., Fla. : Also a full line of Nursery Stock of the most choice varieties adapted to Florida. Jr'"

i R. II. BURR, Proprietor, Bartow, Polk County, Fla.DEALER .


EARLY,BIDWELL'S LATE and No. 7 are round peaches, average size, .
ripening from:May 10th to July 1st. Then Bid well's IMPROVED PEEN-TO, No.,is flat, AND PROPRIETOR OF >"
,but larger and thicker from stem to blossom than its,parent.
In Not Excelled Peach Out.
Quality by any thousand acres of land for sale. Every Kind Budded Orange and lemon Trees
, with not a particle,at any stage of ripening,of that bitter so objectionable in the Peen-to. all kinds of Seedlings,Japan Persimmon Trees etc,for sale. Trees will be carefully packedand
I Ripens with Bidwell's Early. shipped to any part of the State. Bearing Lime Trees at 10 cents each. <
., These are all seedlings of the Peen-to a decendant no doubt of that fruit,"found by Atchison f CI/ERITIOIVT, LAKE: COUNTY, FLORIDA. '"
"J in the Hazardarakht Ravine,in Afghanistan; a form with different shape from that off "#
the almond,being larger and flatter." "The whole shrub resembles what one might consider -
i. a wild form of the peach,of nearly evergreen foliage." As I am aware there are many VILLA FRANCA NURSERIES! ,
it spurious trees being offered, I would give a word of caution to the planter Mr. Bidwell .
has originated these trees; our trees he has grown from ,buds cut from his bearing trees. "1"
Address all letters,for Information or trees,to me,as on account of ill health he has givenme WOOD. ",
all business connected with the sale of his .
trees. & .
Office and Grounds Main street Orlando. JAMES
City Packing MOTT ; ',"*
r P. O. Box 121, Orlando,Fla. A-tonoDlizcrs, and Powder Bello"\Vs.\
" '

Citrus Fruits, Peaches in variety.Pears, Plums,Grapes,Figs,Persimmons,Nuts,Guavas,
Loquats,Olives, Peppins, Bananas, Pomegranates,etc (ESTABLISHED 1878.)

Kelseys Bidwells Peen-tos Oranges Lemons. We import from Japan,where our stocK is carefully raised; in our Nurseries,Persimmon,
Mammoth Chestnut, Plum,Loquat, Litchi, Kin-Kan and other Japanese and Chinese Fruit
Jaffa,Med. Sweet,Tardlff,Higley's Late, MajoricaWashington,DuRoi.Mandarin Trees. Giant and Dwarf Bamboos; Ornamental Tree Shrubs and Bulbs.
Tangeirine, Homosassa,Mag.Bonum Belalr Premium, Villa Francha, Sicily,etc. We have purchased the Geo. F. Sylvester Seed House,at 315 Washington street, where we
!, A. H. MANVILLE: : & co. will carry all native and foreign seed bulbs maKing specialty of Japanese Tree,Flower,
:p. Lakeland Polk County. Fla.. or Drayton Inland. Putnam County, Fla.A.ltELmcxIate Vegetable and Field Seeds. Send for new Illustrated Catalogue. ,
. II. H. BERGER & CO.,
f' 315 and 317 Washington st.San Francisco,Gal.,P.O.box 1501.
Nu.rser1es.ORANGES !


All the leading orange and lemon trees, including the "Everbearing" orange. Oranges
exery month in the year. Washington, Navel oranges a speciality. Peen-to, Pallas Peen-to Honey and Bidwell's Early peach trees. Kelsey,Botan. and other plum trees. t
and Honey peach trees. Kelsef,and other Japan plums,including that wonderful new plum, Grape Vines, Blackberry and Strawberry Plants. V
the Blood, Plum of 8atsuma"and the 4Early Sweet Plum."NiagaraEmplre State and lead-
A at Your '
Ing varieties of(orelgngrapes. The new fig"Foundling," Pears, Perslmmo' s, Figs. Mulber- Nursery Own Door.A .
ries,Loquats,Guavas,Nut trees,etc. The new Japanese seedless orange "Unsbiu." a com- specialty made of sending all kinds of trees and plants by mall, and safe arrival guar
plete line of ornamental trees, including Grevilleas, Eucalyptus Acacia, etc. Illustrated anteed. Price lists,free to all. Address .J
catalogue free. Address, M. L. WHEAT LEY, W. C. STEELE, Manager, ,:

__________________________________________ Altamonte Orange County, Fla Switzerland,St.Johns County,Fla.

;) Deer Island. Gardens and Nurseries. ,


Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and t
,, Vines. No Loss in Transplanting. Pears, Figs, Plums, Kelsey Plum and Other Fruits.

Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. Address '
: A. E. C11AKIPJL.IN Send for circular. Circular contains short history of peach culture In Florida,and hints

Oakland,Orange Co.,Fla.T as to culture. J.4S. P. DePA! Archer,Fla.INTERLCHEN .

. Established 185G.: 200 Acres In Fruit Nursery.
.t Al1Gl1STA. GEORGIA. P. J. BERCKIttANS, Proprietor. '
The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees specially adapted to Florida Is doubtless the
most varied In the United States. Many valuable additions have lately been made to the Eustis, Lake County. Fla.,
lists of Fruits united to sub-tropical sections. In addition to the usual of fruit
large variety
Offer for sale stock of budded
a trees of all varieties
leading the
orange including
we offer 100.000 Peen.To,Hone and Pallas Peach Trees;also,Kelse 's,llotaii and
" otberOrlentall'lums.Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmon vines,Strnw- RIVERSIDE NAV.PL ,
berry Plants, eta Our stock of Roses, Evergreens, Palms, Acacias. and flowering Budded entirely from buds received this season from Riverside. CaL. Bidwell, Peen-to and
;. shrubs includes everything of Value for Southern gardens. A special Catalogue(No.4) Honey Peaches;Kelsey and other Japan Plums. All home grown. Best native and (foreign
is published for this branch of our establishment,and will be mailed. free to all applicants. grapes,Including a large stockof[ BlackHam un.J. White Adriaticland other figs.'.Persim-
We do not employ. agents. 8nde jour orders direct to us and avoid bains:imposed upon. mona, ata Price fiat/we onjappllcation Q H. 'N'OBTOb1Euetis, FliwI

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OCTOBER 24,1887.] THE: FLORIDA -DISPATCH.---- ';889.--

1 .

Largest Grower The Hoffman F"C DI : ': !]
CURRANT S.edling Strawberry.This 3.A.L.J ,

F FAY -oF-- extra early: and most prolific berry, At Immense Bargains.
GRAPE now extensively around Charleston -
C growr very
I Headquarters 0 1 60oTO LeConte pear trees, ono.t wo and three
In America. and Norfolk for its great shipping qualityand years old,finest nursery Mock in America and
EMPIRE STATE and all othese. new and old;also email fruits. Low. its Handsome color and size,is the best at lowest prices.
... est prices,highest grading, warranted true. In every 2,000 Paper HIIf.a. Pecan trees most excellent
rcepect a model and first-claes eatabUahment.. Free lllue'd Catalogue. QEO. S. JOSSELYN, FREDONIA, H. Y. berry now grown for the Northern market, variety Kolb Gem Melon Seed, Hay and
------ --- ----- --- --- and has superseded all other varieties wher- Corn,by C. I*.,delivered. Finest Syrup made

FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY. ever introduced. I am now growing a large evaporated by the barrel.
stock ol plant that Is now ready for the fall I own over 12,000 acres of rlon red clay landIn
this county,and wish to se115,000to( ) developthe
trade. A'l parties wishing to try them will balance. Perfect safety and fair profit
7,000 to 8,000 Citrus Trees, ComprisingVILLA please apply to me for circulars, as I will sell guaranteed,with absolute security for a part-
with and demonstrate to his
ner capital
entire satisfaction that an immense fortunecan

Mostly Lemons. Must be sold in a lump. Terms reasonable. Some one can make money by MOORE, be reasonably expected.of Write stock for circular and
containing prices
handling them. Address G. L. TA REIt nursery
landand full in to advan-
Glen St. Mary Nurseries, Glen St Mary, Fla. 10 Blake Street Charleston, S. C. particulars regard
tages of this sectian and my propositions and
WRITE FOIL references.E. .
How to Grow LeConte Keiffer,

Choice, and Improved Varieties of Tropical and Semi-Tropical Bartlett, and Other Pears SEE HERE !

Trees, Plants,, Bulbs and Flowers. iu the South." Free. .
I want a few Industrious, temperate,mar
Special attention given to setting and'tending budding and pruning old ried zr en,with families of children of school
planting Lawns and Flower Gardens. All work guaranteed I:8r-\Ve are also agents AV. JENNINGS fc CO., .
oneill age, '0 settle near me, so that we can have a
UueY'1 Coulter Harrow and the old reliable brand of Geo. W Baker's Flesh, Blood and Thomasville, Ga small school.To .
4 Bone Fertilizer. All Inquiries promptly answered. Send for Catalogue. Call on or address, such,I will offer a few good settlements
UNCAN DUO'S, Clear Water Harbor, Hlllsboro' County, Fla. RELIABLE SEEDSFOR cheap on the Allfla River, near Tampa
Bay,one and one half bourn' sail from Tarn
The Lakeland pa. Good land tor fruit and vegetables:good
Nursery Company neighborhood and healthy. I am an old res-
GARDENERS Idnt here,and can also give some valuable
Are now In readiness to forward a copy of their I Information In regard to choice river fronts
etc.,including mostr ultable and pleasant
S U J.\I.1: J.\I.J: Ea.: :Ja.: J: 0 EJ I.I: : S T location for a Sea Side Hotel and cottages on
Largest and Best Stock in the South. this side of the'Bay (Manez Inlet). Also a
TO ANY ADDRESS. FREE ON APPLICATION. good site for a saw-rnill; quick demand for

Communicate with I E. H. TISON, :Manager.. SPECIAL LOW PRICES to large buyers. Sendus lumber.Information free. Buy of owners,and save
what and will
June 15,1887. Lakeland Polk Co.GaLn.es"'VLJ.J.e .,.!''.&. quote a list prices of per return you require mail. Descriptive w heavy commissions. Will give good refer-
Catalogue free. ences If desired. Direct to
: : :
lI Peru Co. Fla.
,Hlllsborough ,
T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen,

GAINESVILLE, FI OUIDA.NEW No. 10 S. Fourteenth St., Richmond, Va Notice of Incorporation of the Nas-

PEACHES A SPECIALTY. 5,000 Superiors, ripens in May, size above medium, sau City Town and Improve-
quality best of all. 5,000() Thomas,late,ripens in September: ; single specimens have weigheda ALBERT FRIES, ment Co.
pound. Bidwell's Early Wonder,and five other new-varieties will be found in stock. .
10.000( ) Kelsey Japan Plums; 2D 000 LeConte Pears 20,000 Japan Persimmons, 2 to 10 feet St. Nicholas, Fla. To whom it may concern: _
high,and 100.000 Orange trees,of all good varieties,will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH. Agent for Geo.W.Baker's Know all men by these presents-That L.P.
miss it who elsewhere.
Many buy Thornton T. .Thos.
Grant,A E. J. HIghtower,
ROTTED BONE MANURE. M. Clarke J.H.Porter. Evan P. Howell, M.

4, Lemons Lemons Genuine Navels.ORDER DECOMPOSED WITH POTASH. MacPonell C. Riser, A.and J. Orme others,J.under H. Mecaslln and In ,accor-A. O.

Twenty-five dollars per ton free on board, dance with the provisions of Act of the Legis-
NOW, before our stock of Villa Franca Lemons is out. We have just sold 7,600 Jacksonville, or at factory price delivered in lature of the tate of Florida, providing for
of this choicest of all Lemons for Fall delivery, but have some left. Our bearing Lemonsare New YorK. the Creation of Corporations,have associated
loaded. We shall ship in July and August and publish results in the"Dispatch." Budded Orange and Umbrella Trees from themselves under the name of the Nassau
We have also a beautiful lot of the GENUINE Washington, Navels budded from one of 25. to$1 eachTOMATO City Town and Improvement Company,with
the ORIGINAL TREES we received from Washington nine years since. Also most all place of business in the city of Jacksonville,
other varieties of Orange,Lemon and Lime. Florida.
The Double Imperial Navel and the Atwood's Seedless Navel we now offer for the first ime GROWERS.wishing The business of the Association shall be
to the Florida Orange Growers. We shall have for Fall.and Winter delivery a few hundred that of buying, Improving and selling Real
ofeachort.hesevarietiea KEDNEY & CAREY, Winter Park,Fla. to procure their seeds direct from the Estate,and doing such other acts as may be

grower,are Informed that A. W. Livingston, necessary for the welfare of the Company.The .

THE CITRA. NURSERIESHave Columbus, Ohio, the celebrated tomato origi- Twenty-five capital Thousand stock! of'$25.000)said) Dollars Company,Divi-Is

nator,(the Paragon,Acme,Perfection.Favor- ded into shares of One Hundred Dollars each,
on hand and for sale a large stock of fine ite and New Beauty,are among his produc- which shall be paid up In full when issued.

Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees. tions) is now prepared to fill orders with new the The date Company of filing commences its articles Its of business Incorporation from

1887 seed, saved from choice first ripe fruit, vl* 8th,1887,and will continuefor
: September
Stocks five and buds one,two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; well
grown and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees,Roses,etc. Send for and will be pleased to quote prices and supply Twenty year Its officers to consist of a

descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhere. catalogues on application. He also keeps President Treasurer, Vice-President, and a, Board Secretaryand of

Li. W. LIPSEY &: CO.. Cltra, Marlon Co., Fla. other reliable garden seeds, and makes a Five Directors, to be elected on the
specialty of supplying Truckers, Gardenersand second Tuesday of February In each and
ORANGES, LEMONS, That the highest amount of Indebtedness -
every year.
Pomegranates Valrico Nurseries Canners, and refers to many of Florida'sleading time
Bananas the Corporation can at any
,Figs, growers, among which are W. H. subject itself tot shall be Twenty per cent. of

.,. Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTBOPICAI Pine-Apples, Williamson, :Mlcanopy, Boelsford, Bro's, the capital stock.
Grapes, L. P. GRANT.
Pears, Anona, Palm City, Capt. Dye, E. M. Dimick and A. E.THOBNIX
Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, Paterick Lennon, all of Lake Worth, who T.J. HIOHTOWKR.
Oriental erium, have used his seeds for years and know themto Tnos.M.CLAHK. -
Plums and W. G. TOUSEY, Caladium, J. H. PORTER.
Persimmons, Poinci-na, be well adapted to Florida climate in, EVAN P. HOWELL.
LIMES, Etc. Seffher, IKUaborough Co., Fla. PALMS, Etc. addition to the superior quality they containall M. C.KISER. '

orders are carefully and promptlyflllled. A. J. ORME.
Box 25, Columbus, Ohio. and others.
\ Budded Orange Trees,from one to three years old,for planting during the rainy season. k

Orders taken for all varieties of Fruit and Ornamental Trees,to be delivered the coming IXCLOOU1C URIR eOLUB>e AID f9ii>a
r It is a source of wonder to shirt wearer
Fall and Winter.
that we can sell so fine a shirt and 4-ply linen collars -
/{, F. S. CONE, Proprietor, and cuffs; which retail anywhere for $1.50 or
CRESCENT CITY. FLA.r $2.00: ,for so low a price,andpy
for advertising,

SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.Catalogues nwecanottermch&bagain is, that we manufacturein

large quantities, buy: goods
torcatht and buy factory
,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list includes prices. thus you navlng three
the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also, profits, that of the Jobbery

:Peaches, :Pears, Plums, Grapes, and other Fruits. Wholesaler and Retallei;
and when we have a customer
..Our stock is one of the largest In the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties f. V'1'I' once we have him always.These
specialty. shirts are made of the finestWamasuttaandUttcaNonpareil
11. W. PIERCE, .
Indian Spntl B.Orange Co.,Fla.; Ifr-) ,; muslin; the bosoms are of extra
,. heavy hand-made Irish linen,in
.:a.. e V" ::L. ytn.. a D, J1? b. e ]. :p s all sizes from 13 to 17,buttonholes hand-made.When
ordering collars please state style wanted whether
f3A.NFORD FLORIDA. stand-up or turn-down. We have to much conIfidence -
SELLSFORRESTER'S in our good*, that if you an from any
', Patronize Home Manufacturers. cause not satisfied,toe will cheerfully refund your
CHEMICAL MANURESPREPARED money. Try them once and you will buy no other.
FOR Bnr 'M r- For$4.80 we will send you six shirts, mix
CT-fr: JcLi] :JL :Jtfji JcIL Ss> 4-plYJinen collar and three pair 4-ply linen
Oranges Trees and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden Crops, cua-.. For $2.6d, three shirts, three 4-ply
SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOR EACH C1tOP.t Manufactures Soap. Pure Ground Bone and linen collars and two pair 4-ply linen cuff*.
Bounetheau Orange Tree Emulsion, Scraps For $1.00 we send one sample shirt, one
No Vermin-Feeding Compounds used in the Manufacture of these GoodiThe and Coarse Bone for Poultry, Soft Soap and pair 4-ply linen cuffs and one 4-ply.linen col
Soap Chips tor making Soap Suds for Trees ar, by mail,postpaid. Address,
\', highest grade goods are tne best and cheapest,and these goods meet the want. Mangy and Vegetables. Office 28 Ocean st.,Jackson CBBSCBNT( .,
ears'. tests find them to be all that is claimed for them. References can be given,but it Ie yule,Fla. P.O.Box343. Correspondence so g iprvge*' II'Yt 4txt
teedleia where goods are up well known It can be truthfully Bald that these are the ataadard laeited.--



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; .Articles of Association of the Florida 0 IMPROVED .

Cold Storage Company.We OBJlD LEFFEL ;

,whose names are subscribed! to these
articles, do hereby associate ourselves and RAILWAY IRON
brome incorporated under the provisions of .
Chapter 1639 of the Acts of the Legislature,of ANP JAVIATION Co. : .
the state of Florida,approved August 8 TOP?;, \
and of ho ammendments thereto, and do declare -

aM follows+ : shall be SCHEDULE IN EFFECT AUGUST 10, IsbT. WIND ENCINE
1. !The name of the Corporation
The'lflorlda Cold Storage Company. Standard Time,33: minutes slower than Jack-
2; Its place()business shall be Jacksonville, sonville local.

Florida. ___ __
8. The general nature of the business to be From Toad ,
1r ramr.ted ximllbe to f irnlsh e M storage for Leave
all our .se><, to manufacture and Mil ice, and up. WEST. Read down. -( ,
if found advlsab'.o in promotion of the main NoW No2Lvs Nol No9

bust n.ss tAl forward at.d sell fruits, vegetables 1 10 p 7:W p......Jackson\111e...... 7 45 a 3 00 p
and other produce LI 01))a 6&i. p.....?._Baldwin.....??.. 8 tt a 4 02 p .
4. :rheamount of he capital stock. shall bo U)22 a 6 30 pM._..M 1 ace enny...._ 8 !'* a 4 31 p .fi& :
Fifty Thousand Dollars. Twen }-ft\'e p-T 10 16 a 6 25 p... Gleu .-',. Mary.... 8-i a 4 :37 p : W
centum.orthe..t.ock\\b c\'lbed for shill bopaldfwrhen 9 66 a 6 10 p......_}-an ien>on_....... '-Orfa: 455p .
: the Company m' y iworganimi: or 9 30 a 5 49 p...........a ustee............ 9 30 a 5 20 p
the subscriptions made; twenty-five per ent. 8 55 a 5 24 p.........Lafce City...... 9 66 a 6 15 p <
hall be payable wit!tlun thirty days there- 8 18 a 4 57 p...... .WelbO u.... 10 2* a 656p
after'. and the remaindf-r when called for by 8 06 a 446p.........Houston .........10 35 a 713p
the Company. 7 47 a 433 p...?..? Live Oak..........10 49 a- 7 30+)P I
6. The business of the Company shall be 6 58 a 4(Ot p.......?.Ellavllle.......?..11 16 a 8 08 p STRONGEST AND EASIEST REGULATED.
conducted bv a I President, a Secretary, who 6 18 a 3 35 p.....?...Madlsou.....,I4a o 48 p .
shalt aleo be the treasurer, and five directors, 5 41 a 3 07 p.....?..Greenvjllfc_......12 i 18 i> tt ALL WORKING PARTSMade
of whom the president filial! be one.
5 20 a 249p.Aucitia.1236p! | !9 'I j jJ25ip
6. The,to 'khotder' .* shall elect the directors SUOa 233p .. .?.Drllton, ) 'jtl.t u1> of MALLEABLE IRON.. .
a mum ly.at a meeting to be held on the!! second -
Tuesday in Janurry. The lirectos shall 5:25 a 3 10)p.ar..Monticello..ar. p 10.i> j
then:,as noon as mAY be convenIent.. e'e-t' the 135 a 205p lv..Montlcellu. Iv 12 1 :25 p l 9ii41., \ CATALOGUE FREE. ADDRESS

Presttletitnnd{ the I secretary and Tre"suser. 5 Oil a 2 S3 p..M...Drlfion--..,*.-.. IISt l p 10,uy \
The term of these officers shall be on" year 4 32 A 2 13 p ...........Lloyd............. 1 32: p 10 3- I415 \I' SPRINGFIELD MACHINE CO.
and until their successors shall bee eN+ell and a 1 45 p........._Lhalres.; _......... 1 4i' p 10 w\ t THE BEST ISCHEAPEST.
qualified to act The Treasurer shall give a 3 40 a 119 p........Tallahassee....... 213 p 115 p
bond]with Furetl, '0 be approved by the Directors 235 a 12 48 p..........Mid way........... 2 41 p 12 40 a SPRINGFIELD OHIO.
in.a sum to be fixed by them, conditioned 1 50.a 12 21 p.........?Quincy.......?. 3 09 p 1511+ b. ,
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that he will faithfully account for all 12 65 a 11 54 p..... Mt. Pleasant...... 3 35 p 2 3U a
moneys coming into his band 12 01 a 1125 p.?.River Junction..... 4 05 p 3 80 a FLORIDA SAVINGS BANKAND
7. As soon as ten per centum of the capital
ball be subscribed for, the subscribers shall, SOUTH.
for the purpose organizing this corporation, MAIN LINE. '
meet:and elect Directors, a President and a No.4. No.8. No. 7. No. 3. .
Secretary and Treasurer to serve until their 10.15 a 4 05 p...... Fernandina ......10 10 a 4.00 p REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,

successors shall be elected and qualified.The 247p..Callahan..ll27a230p..JacksonviIle. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

the Treasurer's subscribers bond shall shall then be and approved as soon, pay as 6 5 30 30 a a 1 43 p......... Baldwin] ............12.1130 25 a p'10 830p Ou p Has. for sale choice Lots. Orange Rents Groves and Interest and Wild,Negotiates Lands. Loans Allows, etc.J. interest. on deposits, Collects
4 25 a 110.Hlghland..l2 51 10 50)
into his hands at least twenty-five per cen p p
tum of the amounts of their subscriptions. 4 08 a 101 p?..??._Lawtey........... 101 p 1110 p C. GREELEY, President. L. D. IIOSIttEU, Treasurer.
8. Certificates of stock shall be issued and 3 43 a. 12 45 p...........Starke ........... 1 31 p 11 40 p
signed by the President and secretary and 3 05 a 12.05 p..?..._Waldo........... 1 55 p 12 25 a
Treasurer, under the seal of the corporation, 2 27 a 11 44 p........ Camp vllle ...... 2 15)p 12 50)a -- Well Curbing and Chimney FluesFOUNDATiorNB i
and shall be transferable under regulations to 2 07 a 1131 a...... Hawthorne........ 2 26 pliO a II
be made by the Company. 113 a 11 04() a............ Cilra............ 2 55 p 2 02 a
9. The Corporation shall not at any time 10 23 a.....Silver Spring..... 3 38 p -- kLOCKS
subject Itself to a. greater Indebtedness or liability II 57 p 10 10 a............Ocala............. 3 52 p 3 20 a J C
than the amount of its capital stock. 11 05 p 9 43 a..Be lie view......... 4 22 p 4 08 a
10. The President, with the consent of the 1013 p 918 a............Oxford...?...... 4 45 p 4 51 a Ornamental, Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.
Directors, shall engage such agents, em- 9 50 p855p 9 08 a.........Wildwood?....,. 5 00 p 6 11 a
ployees and laborers, make such contracts 840 a.....-..Leesburg......... 528 P 5 57 a Address
and purchase such materials as n ay be necessary 8 35 p800p 8 30 a.........Eldorado......... 5 41 p 615 a FLORIDA STONE AND PIPE COMPANY,
for the proper conduct of the Company 815 a.Tavares6 00 P 6 40 a Office 621 :8 business. 6 30 p 6 65 a..Orlando ......... 7 26 p 8 15 a
'.. WM.' M. BOSTWICk. Cedar Key Division; ESTABLISHED 1875.
Wx. D No.4. No. 8. No.5. No. 3. .
10.15 a 4 05 p..Fernandina lu a 4.00 p
C. 8. L'ENGLE,
s" 247p........Callahan..ll27a -
HENRY A. L'ENQLE. 6 30 a 230p.....Jacksonville?....11 30 a 830 P ,
t 5 SO a 145 p.........Baldwln..l2: 30 p. 10 CO p ,
Sept.16th,1887. 4 25 a 12 51 p...??Highland........ 132 p 1050 P
4 08 a 12 8*)p......? ,..Lawley........ 144 p 1110 p Merchant ] Forwarder
i Ohio Improved Chestei rs "fct... 3'43 a 1212 p..........Starke .? 216 p 1140 p ,
I Warrantedcholeraproof.IExprets : 3 05 a 1125 a..Lv Waldo Ar..... 2 60 p 12 15 a
w \ prepaid. Wins lat I II 8 15 p 1125 a...?Ar Waldo Lv..... 2 5u p 7 SO a Wharf '
I I eism prizes Countries.In the 8 we shed I 7 40 p 11 00 a..Fairbanks. ....... 3 10 p 8 05 a Waycross R. R. Waycross R. R. Depot, .

I SHOO! lb.. Send for descrlp- 700 P 10 30 a......Gainesville.. 3 35 p 10 30 a "
I tion and price of these fam-fl 5 35 p 9 55 a.......Arredondo....... 3 51 p 11 10 a Fla. Gainesville '
Jacksonville -Fla.
.Ions hoi{?*, also fowls. THE! 4 30 p 915 a...?.?...Archer........?. 4 30 p 12 25 p .
Jl. B.SILVER CO., CUteUad, 0.L- 8 39 a......... Bronson ......... 6 06 p '
If these hORs( are really cholera proof, as (jrnar 6 15 a....._Cedar Key...... 720 p -
gnteed,have we not the solution to the problem I have in Stock and to arrive '.
liow to Danish boa cholera?" Write for oar. Tampa: Division.
Uoulara. ,ana investigate. ,and mention this _paper.
.No. 4. NO.8. No.7.'No.3. 250,000 Banyoe Orange Boxes, 50,000 Gum and Poplar .Orange ';
10.15 a 4 05 p..Fernandina.,1010 a 4.00 p830p .

MAGIC 1 LANTERNSAndSTEREOPJlCONS. -6.30a 2 p..Jacksonville 47 p..M..Callahan..?.1130a 27 a Boxes, 200,000 Orange Box Heads, 750,000 Orange -

5.30 a 143 p....?.?.Baldwin..12 25 p 10 00 p
3.05 a 12 05 p............Waldo......... 165 p 1215 a Box Hoops, 50,000 Reams Orange Wraps.
to bjOC\ for I .UBL.'O:.'&llJ EXHIBITIONSdO.stow. View. iUtutrU.CTWT 11.57 p 1010 a............_Ocala.?........ 3 52 p 3 20 a5ila ,
*A.prgJtaaatt." """* for a tan*>itk matt capital. :lip 950 P 908a...Lv Wildwood Ar_ 500p435p Sizers,Team Cars, Orange Clips, Ladders, and other growers' supplies, all of which:will
items for Home AmoMmeat.. 152 ploP C.Ulora fret, 9 05 a. AT Wildwood Lv... 5 03 p 9 30 a be t sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. .
MCALLISTER,OptieiM. 49 Nassau St., N. Y. 4 00 p 8 40 a......Panasoffkee...... 5 24 p 10 05 alOSOa Have the very best facilities for the distribution and sale of Oranges. Consignments soicited.
230 P i ?....umterville....... -=- Send> for Stencils Circulars and Price Lists.
WE MANUFACTURE 810 a.....St.Catherine...... 5 52 p -
8 00 a.MWithlacoocheeM.... 6 03 p :\ Exchange.EDWIN A. BROWN & CO Shipping
ik WELL DRILLS -- 7 37 a..Owensboro. 6 24 p No. 20.
7 20 a.Dade City.......... 640 P '
FOB 600a...LvPlantCity Ar.. 800p Wholesale Commission Merchants. {

Water Coal and Gas Jacksonville Branch. .
n 14& Hydra or Jetting.Lsrccat 1015 a 5 50 p..Fernandina....... 710 a 4 00 p
Stock la America. 9 45 a'. 5 25 p......Hart's Road..... 7 32 a 4 29 p =
armors! with small out. 914 a 5 03 p..........Duval......?.., 7 56 a '5 03 p H3G: FI.E.A.JE ST.,
make lay (experience large profits.tmneceuary Norisks., Can Can 830 a 4 30 p......Jacksonville...... 8 30 a 5 45 p All receipts sold and account for by each steamer. Write for Stencils. '
direct buyers to paying territory. bt Marks Branch. Reference: Irving National Bank:New York.

flh Pro pect1nJ:for Water,Coal 12 15 p m ......_.......Tallahassee.-..... 8 30 a m J
or Gas done on application. 1157 a m ...._...........Bellalr...............- 843 a m ;McCartney flrdpe JCo..e i>ia.t and AT FREQUEM7: DATES EACH MONTH
\1 Also Mrs of WIND MILLS, 1058 a m..Walulla................. 9 40 a m Cnningll, --- .
%1 HORSE POWERS, FEED MILLS 1030 a m ._....?_8t. Marks .........?....10 05 a m ':.ft',:' FROM CHICAGO! ,
FODDER AND ENSILAd For sale from December 1st till the last of I
CUTTERS,P9WS AM WUISBP.PLIES. ("a"meanM a.in. time "p" means p.m.time.) Kebru)'. This rose makes bantsomeever3 [ I! I P EC R I A OR
n \ Mention this Paper. Bend SU ;MarKh' Branch trains run fuesda.vThul'Mlal green> perfectly) Impassable and durable fence.Fairhankh ONS
I4o. to cover coat malllnc u. tr''' :11.1.: Fin <"< ST LOUIS;
) nnd Saturday only I 51
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Catalogue.CHICAGO Leaving time is given in every case except I R WITH
where arriving time is named. e 0
TUBULAR WELL WORKS. Trains 1 and 2,5 and 6,7 and 8,9 and 10,and CHOICE OF
esw.uttBt, QIcap,iILIIy&A '
train'* on Jacksonville Branch run dally. "
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Trains and daily except Sunday ;

lt 1 !ak Tok Pi4't Trains 1 and 2 have Pullman Palace Sl>ep
& between tUver Junction and NewOrTrains fUnN ,
1< ,
/ rD U11 3 and 4 have through Pullman Reclining .
Chair and Sleeping Cars to and!'from GUNS OMAHA!JOSEPH, ATCHISON

Orlando.For CITY.
imps rates, etc., apply to Company'a OA1T HAMMERLESS. I DALY THREE BARBEL OR I
Agents,or write. to MANHATTAN HAMHERIESS. IPIEPEB BREECH IQACEBS. For dates, rates tickets further Information
A. O. MACDONELL, Send for Catalogue of Specialties. apply to Ticket Agents of connecting:, lines,
Gen.Pass.&Ticket Acent. address '
/ 8CHOVERI.INO, DAL Y do (iAL S r or
D.E. MAXWELL,Gen SnpU 84 and 80 Chambera Street Now York. PAUL MORTON Gen.Pas&Tkt Agt.ChlcagoIII. i ih
vllle Fla
/tdtllsa3 Otie Itils Jackson ,

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t : (Central Standard Time.. ) ON AND AFTER MONDAY, May 23,1887, &30 am,Trains
,:? '; TIME -FOR-.- will leave and arrive as follows: .

53 to 55 HOURS NEW YORK, -= d
:IC .I f: !IIS- C'tg
BETWEENSavannah: C ..; o ;.. 0 0 ti g 0 0 0 ..
,,Z E Z $z a Z
Z al ... bz Z
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BOSTONand ::; c :: = a kz = ,Q .
New York N. 8 ; CIS q z .BTATIO S. S H 0 CIS a0S

Philadelphia, = --- 0 1: f == 8 ,g 1: f.
and between Boston AND :a i <: I :.r.. )1 aJ < err; ,
y and Savannah .
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65 to 70 HOURS. PHILADELPHIA.Company. -.. ... -...- ........ ...... .R.Wbar- --- ...- -...... .. -
u i4 0 4 to S: (00 10 2\.1 4 40 _...Banford_._ 115 2 0 820 100 535 345
3 g 00 t 48 518 10 32 4 55 ........llelatr.... 112 150 S 6'i 12 48518 3 33
4 .. _...... -.. Crystal Iake. 111 ...... ...... __.I N.... -.WS
I Ocean Steamship 8 Si .N... 5 23 .._. ..... _. Bents..__ 110 145 8 OJ __ ...... ...
10 9051", :.sj; 53 3 ,110 57 525 .?.Longwood..105 13.J 7501237 468 310
J3 913 5 OJ 5 10) 11 lii 543 ...Altamonte ,102 127 7311230 480 258 .
(Central or!90:Meridian Time) 14 8 lR P, 54' 11 135\ 5 .1101 1 15 7 g\\) 12 2d 915 250IS
q 22 6 ( 560 11251 8 10 ...MaltandN 1 2512 ZJ 245
Passage Rates : 18 930 518! 5 ;,8 1140 630 _Winter Park_ 97 107 7151215 4 00 2 35Zd :

Between Jacksonville and New York, 1st class $21.00; Intermeiiate $18.00; Kxcureion, $12.00; ...._ ...... ...... .._ ... ......Wllcox.... 95 ...... _.... __. _. ::
Steerage 1200. n-' 22 9 43 5 30 6 15 12 20 7 ao .....Orlando ... 9312 55 7 0012 Q'l 3 JO 2 15
f Jacksonville and Boston, let class S"15.uu> ; Kxcur-Ion $13.50: Steerage$12) 25 ...... ...... .:... ...... .......Gatlin...... 90 _.... ...... _N.... _.. _..
' THE Magnificent Steamships. of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: 26 955 538 625 1143: 745 .Jessamlne.. 8912 -to 6371149: 300 152

FROM' SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK Z1 9 58 N_.I ...... ...... .. .Pine("utle... 3812 :37 .... -_. ... N+
TALLAHASSEE. Capt Fisher.. ................ .....o........f Sunday October 23-11:00. m 80 lU 00 5 55716 4.5 6J.j: 125 8 ?.Big ypress... 8512 30 6 251142 2 48 I 40
CHATTAHOOCHEECapt. Dagge't ............................ Tuesday October:- lH pNACOOCHKE. m 34 1013 5'' Af 113 8 0011 .N McK1nnon... 81112 m 618 U32 PM: 232 125
... 28- 3:30 m 40 10 au j M 2i'' 70> 6 (to 131 ..Kissimmee... 6 (O)( 1120!) 9 05 215 105
.Oapu KemptoD. ........ ........... '". .Friday,October p. 75't1211'i
+ CITY OF AUGUSTA,Cart Catharine.......::.... ..... ... Sunday,October 80, 5:00 p. m 41110 ro 6 3--1 P II 610 PM 9 40 I ... 'npmbeUs.o.. A II 1105 850 P JII 1240
k TALLAHASSEE ...... .. November 6:00 5210 68 6 S2 6 00 .Lake Locke. 63 1125 10 4.J 8 25 1208
Capt.Fisher ...... ..... .. :: Tuesday, : p. D
CHATrAHOOCUEE, Capt.. Dagsett ..":;...."..._...w..A...._Krid.iy, November47:30a... m 571115 7 O2 6 42 10 02 _.Davenport-.I 581115 10 32 810 1150 .
i NACppCHKE, Capt. ............> ........-......_.,........ Sunday,N oveu.bl r 6- 9:00a.m 61111 21 7 IQ 662 1017 Haines City.. 541105 1022 155 It 85 .
CITY OK AUGUST,Kemf.ton. .... ...?...,.... .....Tuesday, November 8-11:00 a.m 68',11, 42 7 24 '7 10 11 06 ..Dartow June.. 47 1053 1007 '735 11'10 '' ,
TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher ..........;.............?......Friday. Nov mber 11- 2.-OOp. mCHATtAHOOCHEE. 12,11, 57: ill 7 20() 1125 uburndale. 43'0 40 9 M 7 00 1100 '
M Capt. Daggett.... ..... ............ .Sunday, November IS- 4:00p.m 0"17 3S 7 ro 1140 ...tF1tzhnghs. 3810 28 9 44 6 50 10.a.>
NAOOOCREE Capt.Kempton.........................._ .........__.Tuesda ,November 15- 5:30 p m 831218; 75; 1805 U 30 _Lakeland._ 321015 98016 32 10'10 ,
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Cept. Ca'barlr e.w..._...................._.FrIdny..Novemb rl*- 8:00 a. m 93112 -1:1: 812 83.1)) J 20 ....Plant City.... 22 .9 b3 905 54 9 25
TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher. ... ,....... ... .,.. ........ .- Sunday,November 20- 9:30 a.m 981121)3 ...... 850) 2... _.Cork._ 17 988 ...35 525 &;... .
: 103 l 105 8 32 9 OJ 05 .......Betfner.:. 12 9 Z1 8 5 08 4<
t FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. 10.5! 1 12 8 38 9 2'l 215 ....... Mango..... 10 9 22 820 5 00' (. 1 ,
1 CITY OF MACON. Capt Lewis .......?........ ..:. ... ..... Thursday.,October 27--2:00; p. m 1091. 120 ....... 933 ...... ...:.ent. 6 915 ._ 4 48 ....\1 .
GATE CITY Capt.Taylor .., ...... ..... .......... . .....Thursd y. Novembers- 7x0 p.m 115135900; 950 255 Ar Tampa LvI 0j900 800 430 j.
CITY OF \\fACON, Capt.H. C. Lewis..._.........N............_'J hnrsday, November 10- 10 p m i PM PM AX PH AM PM PM .
r GATE CITY, Capt. E. R. Taylor................... ... ...............Thursday November 177:00 p.m *Flag Stations. Trains No.and 6 leave from and arrive at J.,T.& K. W. Depot. No. 3,
FOR ,PHILADELPHIA and 6 Daily Nos.1,2.4.5,7.S,..9,10,27 and 28, Dally except Sunday. Train No. 6 will stopartow
(ITese Steamers do not Passengers.] only at Plant City, Lakeland, Jj Junction,:Klsslmmee and Orlando. Nos.2 and 3 stop

'x TVE8SOUG Capt. N. F. Howes......_............. ._....carry._..............Batnrday,-October- 9:30a.m at Kissimmee for Lunch- No. stops at Lakeland for Breakfast. No. 8 stops at Lakelandfor .
: JUNIATA, Capt A'IKlnl...... ..... ... ... .. .. .. .. .Thursday, October 272:30 p. m Supper.
DESSO' G, Capt. N. F. Howes.M..M_.......................TueRday, November 1- 5:30 p. m Trough Tickets sold at all regular st&tlons for all points North East and West. Baggage

rGTNIATA, Capt.A klns....................._............................_,..Sunday,November 6- 8:30 a. m checked through. .
DESSOUG, Capt. Howea .... ... .................... .. .. .. ?...Friday, November 11- &)p. m Pemberton Ferry Dranch.-S.F. R.R .
.DNIATA.CapU AskinsMMM..M..MM.MM..MM.............n..Wednesday, November 16- 6:00 p. m SanfordandludJannlverBaUro.
THESE PALACE STEAMER Sou h Bound North Bound.
Read Down. Read Up.
'cnnectlng with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) '
Ofler to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. I F'st Ac. F'lt Ac. Z Daily except Sunday.. Yy.w.,t.
Through Tickets and Bins of Lading issued to principal points North East and Northwest :" M'L &Ft STATIONS M'l &l't :::"
Yla Savannah. For information and room apply to ).1 19. 21. .- 20. 22. =s South Bound. North Bound.

a HENRY YONGE Agent C. G. ANPERSON. Agent, :u; : Read owd. Read Up
Pier No.85, North River,New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah Ga. P.M. A.M P.M
} RICHARDSON &: BARNARD Agents! Savannan Pier B"ton. o 5.00 7.00 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.50 4.50 57 .! : I.!!.
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia.! 1 5.04 7.00 ....._.Fltzgerald...... 9.45 4.455 I A 't '. STATIONS. IWi"i. f3 f- .
J. D. H ASH AGEN, Eastern Agent, Sav.,.Florida A Western Ry. Co. 261 Broadway,N.Y. 5.10 ..._ ....._... Oriole .....N. 9.40 N.N. 54 25.
i G. M.\ SORREL. Gen. Manager. H R. CHRISTIAN!?, Soliciting Agent. 6 ..._ ..... '.. .,.Bay- City.. ... .._ ..._ 51 -
For Tickets 10 5.2,') 7.35 ...._.... 5iacon... ... 9.23 t.1547 ....... p.rn f Lm -....
to S F. & W. Railway office.
12 6.3> 7.43 .........Owen boro..._.. 9.15 4.(17.n 0 ....... 5 M Iv..... anrOrd..._...ar 8.00 ....., 19
16 5.50 8.lS. ...._..Dade City_........ 9.00 3.50 41 3 .w... 60'3 .....?.'Fort Reec1...._.. 7.42 ....... 5t
23 6.10 8.451..... ._Richland........... 8.42 3.18 31 5 ....... 610..._.....Rutledge.__ 7.32 .__ Zy:
ACRES LANDFOR 32 &30 9.15 ..."..#'J."edderv1lle... .. 8.22 '2.-10 25 7 ....... 6.m ........_....t I des. . .' 7.20 ....... 1
N. '
2,500,000 OF 37 6.4} 9.40 ...._._Kathleen.... .. 8.10 2.ID 20 12 ....... 6.31 ....._*CUfton ....-- 7.03 __... 6
40 6.50 '9.52 .....'Grl in's Mi1L...... 8.03 2.0817 13 N...- 6.43Tuskawllla... .. 6.M ...... 5
43 .20 10.30 ...T.akeland......_.. 7.55 1.5514 17 -.- 7.(17 ....-..Oviedo....._ 6.40 N.._' 1
.. SALE BY 51( 'tI.20tArrive..Bartr ........... 7.3U 1.00 6 19 ...... 7.15 ar..Lake Charm. .ly 6.20 _.... 0.
57k.OOI_ ()( w_L vet 7.1512 40 0 .

Ifiariow Brancli.-Daily. No.8-At Lakeland with train for Bartow,
South Bound. north Bound. t at No.Bartow 11-At Junction Bartow with Junction train with for Bartow.train from

Pas. Pa& m I P Tampa; at Bartow with train from Pember
II SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF No. &Ft =" f'I'ATION8. =- &Ft No ton'Ferry,and Florida Southern Railway for .
11. 13. 12. 14. Punta Gorda.
-- No.12-At Bartow nctton with train for
Columbia Bradford Clay Putnam Alachua Marion
Levy Orange, AM: P. :M Lv Ar A 14. P.JiI. Sanford.No. .
7.40 0 Bartow J'nc 17 10.40 7.10 13-At Bartow'Junction with train from
Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee, ( } 7.M 5 WlnterHvn 1210.25 6.M i Tampa.No. .
x n.m" &12 9 .Eagle Lake 8,10.L5 6.3. i .14-At Bartow with Florida Southern
Consisting of the finest Orange, Fanning Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the State of Flor- 8.2112 .G'rdonv111e! 5 train from Punta Gorda; at Bartow Junction
ida. Price* $1.25 per acre and upwards, according to location. 8.40 17 ar Bartow Iv 0( 9.00t) 6.201' with train for Tampa.No. .

For further Information to Office Florida Southern Palatka Fla. 15-At Bartow Junction with trains
.I ,apply Railway Co., CONNECTIONS.TRAIN from Tampa and Sanford at Bnrtow with
No. 1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda.
L. N. WILK1E, W. P. COUPEK, DeBary- aya Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. -At Bartow Junction wi h trains for
and J..1. & K. W. train from Titusville; Tampa and KissImmee. '
Chief Clerk and Cashier Land Chief and Land
Department. Engineer Commissioner. unction train for No.
at Bartow with Bartow; 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida
at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at
No.2-At Lakeland with trln (or Bartow; Lakeland with train for Kl slmmt.e.
t Braidentown Real Estate Agency. at Bartow Junction with trains to and from No.20-At. Bartow with Florida Southern .
Bartow; at Sanford with People's and DeBaryBaya I Hallway train! from Punta Gorda at lake
i.ine Steamers for Jacksonville land with train for Tampa; at Pemberton
EDGAR M. GRAHAM, and J. T. &K.W. trains for Jacksonville and Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for
Titusville.No. Gainesville and Palatka.
Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace .3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through No.21-At Bartow with Florida Southern .
Coaches without change between Jacksonville Railway for Punta Gorda.
Braidentown, manatee Co., Fla. and Tampa. Connects at Ran ford wIth No.22 -At Bartow with Florida Southern
R F Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate on commission. Eighteen years' residence It: J,.T. &;K. w. train from Titusville; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Gorda;'at Lake
Manatee County. Personal knowledge of most of the lands throughout the county. As s. tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tampa land with train for Tampa.
$ practicing Attorney and as County Judge for a number of years I have had occasion tc on Mondays Wednesdays Fridays Connections are made at Tampa by the
become familiar with many titles and the County Records. Having been continuously en with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Limited West India Fast Mall,both north
gaged all these years, in the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable product and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and >Saturdays: and south bound with the elegant and com
of this semitropical section gives me advantages in the selection of the various qualities o/ with Plant 8teair.Rhlp Company's ships tor mc-dlous.Fast Mail Steamships Mascotte and
lands suitable. Maps and Abstracts furnished Titles examined and Deeds executed. Info. K>y West and Havana.No. Whitney of the Plant Hteamsblr> Co.,to and
matton furnished. Correspondence solicited. .6-Haa Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana,and with steamer -
; NOTE.-Braidentown is situated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,about Coaches without chango from Tampa! to Jack- Margaret for all points on Hillsboroughand
thirty-five miles south ol Tampa. Has daily service by' the elegant steamer Margaret AdJacent sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, Tampa Bays and Manatee River. .
) are the lovely Terra Cola, Sarasota and Palma Sola Bays teeming with all kinds o: Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Passports can be applied for through any-
fish, clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building sites in Margaret from Manatee River and on Sun- Notary Public,and Notary's certificate that
the world, with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands,where tropical fruits: and days, Tuesdays, and Fridays with Plant nch application has been made when vised
choice vegetables may be grown to perfection. Steamship.Company's ships for Havana and by the Spanish Consul at Key West,will an-
Key West swer.the purpose of a Passport.
No.7 At Lakelana with train for Pemberton W. :McCOY. .
Ferry. Gen.Freight ft;Ticket Agent .

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Cheapest. ,.Fertilizers_ In_ Use.. ., PHILADELPHIA. .
: Inaugurators of the Ventilated of shipping Strawberries from Florida (without Ice .
t Direct shipments. Guaranteed analysis.. Price and Pamphlet free.: Address. system ) '. ;

CIJAS. STEVENS, ,. ,;Box 437 Nap*sie Omt.;, Canada..,.._ ';<,,,''.' .- Reference: Our Acct Sales and check Saturday for every shipment closed out that week "

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892 ',,", ',', THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.. . OCTOBER[ 24, ; 1887, ,,,' f

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The Largest and Most Complete Establishment ;

South.. .. .' .' .

"LANDS, New York, CharlestonSTEAMSHIP & Florida, ;, .


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t ANDFANCY ,. 44p .'
The elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sail ::- *
From Jacksonville .
A J' A.33ASLS Every Thursday, ass follows :

j!14 MANATEE, FLA., Steamer'C'lEROKEE' ...... .................................. .Thursdsy, October 13th,1:00:)( p.m
Notary i'ntltr and JuBilce of the Peace. SEMINOLE .: : Octube 2>)rth,6.-00 a, m
9 CHEROKEE .......,............................. .Thursday, Octob r271h,12..00: m
From Fernandina, Fla., .
Has for tale one thousand acres of choice

land Bralndenlown.on- Manatee. Kllenton river,lu and sight Palmetto of Manatee., and Geo. S. Hacker & Son Every Sunday evening after arrival of F.. R. "N. Co's trains, as follows: .

i 18 man 1facturers' agent tor Wire Fencing, Steamer DELAWARE:.............. ..................................SundayOctober 2d ;
Poultry: Netting, Lime, Cement, Fertilizer MANUFACTURER OF YEMASSEE ................-.................;................. .. Sunday,October 9th
and plantation Supplies,Cracked Corn and DOORS SASH II CITY OF COLUMBIA .... ..........,..... ;;;......................sunday,October 16th 1
Rice,Gra 'ul ted Lime,Rock and Shell. Cattle BLINDS, MOULDINGAnd YEMASSEE. .... ..... .........:..........-..................Sunday. October:23d
and: Poultry feed. ground to order in Material. CITY OF COLUMBIA ......................................... SundayOctober30th
steam'mill on premises. All Ships sail from Fernandina after arrival of afternoon trains of Florida. Railway and
Has also breeding kennels of acclimated Office and Warerooms, King op. Cannon St. Navigation company.
Laverock and Irish Setters, Irish Bull Ter- ClmrleNtou, S. C. Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, E.R.,New York, every TUESDAY and FBI
riers. :llow-trail Bloodhounds and Colorado DAY,at3 p. m. lesdays'ships for Fernandina and Fridays' ships for Jacksonville. t
Catch or Tiger Dogs (for wild hogs,bear and rOU WANT A DOG The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line ar. unsurpassed. Every atten-
tramps): DOC BUYERS' CUIDE. tion will be given business entrusted to this Line.' Direct all shipments from New York via.
OtJR POULTRY YARDS II- ? ,CWored plates. 100 engravings, CLYDE'S FLORIDA LINE, Pier 29,East Kiver. '
with freshly Imported male 1 of different breeds prices they are For further Information apply to .
are bird" witch are mated with carefully selected |worth and where to bay them.' J..A. STEAD,Agent, F. M. 1HO>MONGER,JR., G.F. P. A., J. A.LESLIE,Agent
hens of tour own raising, each variety being Mailed for 15 Cents. Fernandina, Fla. Jacksonville, *la. 88 W. Bay St., .
allotted separate enclosures in a forty-acre ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, THEO. O. EG.ER,Traffic Manager .WAI. IP. CI VDE & CO., Gen. Agent"
orange ;grove. Fggs carefully packed in baskets 1387" 8.ElfMb.Si.Philadelphia. 35 Broadway Y. J2 South Wharves,Philadelphia,Pa..35 Broadway,N l.Y.

at fallowing prices:
Whits Leghorns (Knapp's). Pit Games To sell our Ftamns! Rubber E3TABLIt3I1ED 1s75.
HeathwoodH), Plymouth Rocks (Hawkins), IT PAYS Free Catalogue to Agents
Game atams(Shonldlngs), Light Brahma I CHANDLBK fc FIHUER,
(Williams), Rouen and Muscovy Ducks,tl.00per Cleveland,Ohio GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS
thirteen. ,. : :,
Claiborne and Cuban Games Silver Bearded MUH li .. HOL.D. .. .. ,

Cochin and Crested Golden Polish Laced,W.F.Heabrights Black and Imperial buff: 1 lot in Keuka, near P. O.... ........$ 25 ANDFERTILIZERS .

White 1'ekln Ducks,$1.50 per thirteen. I 1 lot in Keuka, on Lake.................. 15 I '", ,

White Crested Black Polands, Houdans, 40 Acres near Bostwick................. 100 ,

Boneys Wyandottes Brown(Preston Leghorns:), Lan,$2.00 gshans per thirteen.(Crouds), 10 Acres fruit land at Keuka.......... 100 WiLLIA.Successor. \ :' .4.. :E3C>UB.S.

Bronze and Seunlnole< Turkeys, $3.00 per 10 Acres in town of Keuka ............. 300 ( to J. E. Hart,) 'J '

nine. 5 Acres Oranges Peaches and Pears 600 20 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. .? r

Booted pair. Whl e Cuban Carrier Pigeons,J1.50.per Small Grove and House (nice)..... 700 handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free OD '
KD. BUM LEY, ,Keuka Lake,Fla application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in .

H. CHANNON GO.Canvas NIATT'S AUTOMATIC FRUIT SIZER Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat,


*. FOR ." ..',<.j, STATE AGENT FOR

I. E.. Tygert & Co.'s 1 Star Brand Fertilizers.
Wagons.- : Stacks, Etc.Cotton'Ducks. ;
Awarded the First Premium at the South Florida Guaranteed fll Analysis.

;: Exposition. Send for description and price to the
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04' MMBisflBBBiMBK Patentee.. THOMAS- H1ATT-_. ,Leeabura. ,Fla.MUNSON'S Comprising ORANGE Hp TREE and VEGETABLE

KINDS widths. "
BOOK Catalogue sent free.

22 to2.: MarKM' street,Chlcago,lll. NITRATE SODA, f \ KAINIT, ETc. '
Prices on application. July Z1 U_ .,r; '

Teachers! Players Sin 8rS CORN &FEEDCRINDINC R. T. You a, Justice'of the Peace. F. M. COOPER, Notary Public.:

Should nw: select and purchase.Music' Books : .18,000 .L ..creme }

for their use and pleasure during the ensulug i Of the best quality of heavy oak,hickory and cabbage hammock having miles of river and
Fall and Winter. bay fronts and best water protection in Florida. Especially .
Oliver nittton & Co, Issue SUEETMUSIC LI Il Adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables.
Insuch immense quantities that His perfectly The BEST on EARTH A 2
impossible to. adveri'so!' It. All new publications = lo Y3w
are faithfully ami intelligently described Q,211. orb c 3} P ,
In their interesting and valuable FullFlouring Mill OutfitsSend A I aID
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MONTHLY MUSIC 1L. ItECOltD, s, 'g m i mAo s YOUNG & COOPER i gE "Qtgg. 'gd
j for Circulars. Address
if 1.00 per yo\rr which' e\'ery.n'o needs. -= I u. o-s
Look Out for the imprint of Oliver Dltaon = > 0'C l9.! .. .
MUNSON BROS. = = lical E .tate Agents, GqE: i
& Co., on the music you purchase. They do = >QCIS O og _s
not care to publish anything bat the best _-ClSO o :: .. ,-: oaaaao :
music, and heir name is a guarantee of I 816. i ep .Jt:m!k : Palmetto, ;Manatee Co., Fla. !f: 9a
merit. 0 ... Co1 E.rrC
Send for Lists. Catalogues and Descriptionsof Beautiful New Up. D=) .f wd 0 tD t1 g s::. ::
any Music or Music Book wanted. Rosewood : u ? 7
right Piano, Town property improved and unimprovedin

New And Books. Case,only$165. all. the towns on the Manatee Rivt r. Beautiful river and .
Popular Now Organs only bay fronts Pure,Fait water. Oysters. fish and clams. Lovely building sites
Greatest i on mainland an t lands. Yachting nngnrpasRed. .'01TeliJtmn.tencp solicited,
Plantation and Jubilee Son s. $60. Bargains
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Newest and Best collection 30 cts. Ever Offered.

Established 28 rears. m& 'W f f r Mr m ar S* fr r f r pr vENTERPRISEMEAT
KmauUCl. Oratorio Trowbrldee; $1.00,
For '
$9.00 doz. New. An American Oratorio. Catalogues,address
per. Gem Piano and Co. CHOPPERS; j
J e .ovall's Praise. Church:Music Book. Organ '

$1.00,$9AJ doz. Emerson's newest and Wa.sb1ugtonN.J..LT.S.A

! United Voices. For; Common Schools, Chas. M. Davidson,. & Co. 1'0. CHOPPIXOSausage : No' 10 Chops 3 Ibs.per minute] '
, 50 cts. 1.80 per doz. Just out. Charming No.231 East Trade st., Charlotte,N.C. Meat, MtncoMeat 0'NN Price, 03.00.
&hool. Song Col lecuon. Hamburg Steak ,,5" |Q Chops 2 Ibs.per minute \ .
Any Book Mailed For Retail 'Price. WHOLESALE; FRUITERS, for Dyspeptics Beer Price, $ .50.

Tea for Xnva ,te. to '99 Chops a ibt.per minute\ .
COMMISSION Q,; Price, 84.00. |
of Florida FruIts solicited. Farm and Fireside tn: 32 Chops 4Ts.permnute
"It la the only Meat Chop. = Price, 88.00. t
867 Broadway Ne'WYork. 0 !
per we ever saw that w '
Special attention. pnld to the sale of oranges. would glTe house room. It American agriculturist says: ,

'OO t WILL BUY THE BEST SAWMILL Quick sales and prompt returns. hat proven such a very nse- 1 M W0 bare given this Meat '
ful machine that we want .Chopper a thorough trial with
} Stencils Rent on application.1gReferencesCommercial oar Am rreeaddenitoenoyitebene-' i moat satisfactory remit
They excel anything of the
I National Bank, 101 kind made in either hemJ phere."
Merchants and Farmers' National Bank
Wm.Johnston. HARDWAREYTRADE.. No. 10 Tamllj fiiie, J3.00. SEND FOR CATALOGUE.EXTERPIa' .

for Illustrated DaeeripttTa Care il* .. '- ,.

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