The Florida dispatch
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 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
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System ID: UF00055757:00097
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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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i DaCosta & Manville, Proprietors. Jacksonville Fla., Monday, October 31, 1887.' New Series: Vol. 7, No. 44.
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I131AlffiytJ Architect
Stoves, Crockery, ELLIS & MCOLURE
p 0 SKIN & ,SCALPCLEANsED China, ,
'. ,.O. S L'ENGLEGranite
Architects and Civil
':-; ",',, '.. Chandeliers, Engineers,
i Iron-ware: .. ., Plans,Specifications and Estimates for build.,
t .* \?';.. Lamps, ings of all kinds,Sanitary work etc.
PURIFIED OU Stoves > ;- AND .
; ', '. ? Burners, Chimneys, Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto Block. Bay St.,
Silver-ware. \ ... P.O. Box:785. Jacksonville Fit.HARDWARE .
Gas Fixtures
f\NQ8EAU.TIFIED, .. >. : ,

\ BY House Furnishings, '. COMPANY. Freezers, !

r CUTICURA. Table Cutlery, Refrigerators,

.: Gate City Filters,
I 0 FOR ,.g the skin of children and in- Dogs, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.: Dinner, Tea andToilet ,

fanU and curing torturing diseases of the I Sets. .
Baskets and '
? (New Building at Old Stand.)
.:: akin,scalp,and blood,with loss of hair,from "

infancy infallible.CUTXCUBA to old. age,the CUTICURA REMEDIESare Particular Attention Paid to Mail, Orders. 40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville, -Hsu=:!. .

) ,the great SKIN CUBE,and CUTI-
, CUBA SOAP,an exquisite Skin Beautifier,prepared ROOK WELLKINNE
from It, externally and CUTICURA RE Hardware, Cutlery Stores and 'Tinware .
r : SOLVKNT,the new Blood Purifier, internally, Successors to Nichols.; Rockwell&Co.,Wholesale and Retail Housefarnlshlnff Goods Granite and .
Ii invariably succeed when all other remedies A
and the best physicians fall. : Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates, Mantels. Paints, Agate Ware, Sash, Doors, Blinds ,. "
CUTICUBA HEMEBIES are absolutely Oils, Agricultural Implements, '
andy Oils Saddlery Guns Ammunition Etc.
e and the only infallible skin beautifiers ,
y i. blood purifiers free from poisonous Ingredi Parties in town or out will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any Iron and SteelRope,Belting
... Sold goods they may need in our line. Prices lower than ever. Hose and Packing,Pumps,
, everywhere. Price, CUTICUBA. 50c;; Steam and Water Pipe
i SOAP,23c.; RESOLVENT,?1. Prepared by the 38 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla. and Fittings, Four
. Mass. : Steel Galvanized
fiend for How t>Cure Skin Diseases." Fence Wire,

" P A TVY'Q Skin and Scalp preserved and beau- Mantels,
UrLDl O lined by CnricriRA MEDICATED Grates,
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"" I" Perry & Co's Celebrated Stoves and; .t,. ,'
of the Richest jLands in the State. i I Ranges,Southern (St. Louis)White "I,

I Lead,Masury's Pure Colors in Oil, ,
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4 Masury's Railroad &jUqnld

Representing all the '.'. I Ii i Paints, Fairbanks' .

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of ? 1 1gT Companies, ,.. '.. ,
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I Kissimmee Land Company," ; .;: Chattanooga Stove CO'S.

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I. South Florida R. E. Co's Lands.
\; JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 43-Tin Roofing,Sheet Iron,.Copperand Tin
- ',.:{ Work to order.

done in all its branches.
Gnnsxnithing Hamm0ck8t-class Pine Land for WE MANUFACTURE
Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts, High and Low
i I IRON SAFE WORK range Groves,and rich reclaimed lands for garden purposes. '., ."'.,
' t' Special rates Stencil Cutting,by mail. ,.. WELL DRILLS
.\ .. roBWater. '

i I C>ran.ge G-ro-ve ,. >j" DLtUat. Gas
: THE LANE' .& BODLEY CO., < > -,. ., ." .
CINCINNATI. ,'.".' -."' 1.arzest Stock la Ambries!
, : : And Improved Truck Farms. "_ '''C-.L-: lay (experience Jfarmera winecetaary with small), Can out.;

or." .,*, ;;: -- ; '" '. ,. -a- make large profits. Norisks.Can
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; TOWN LoTsriN.KissiMMEE: : J"WEST KISSIMMEEAND! PINE DALE. rtJA Prospecting for Water,Coalor
: ;. Gas done on application.
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' permits us to offer the best, ,"'' ; TUBULAR WELL WK1XS.kcSt
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.. Lowest Rates of Freight. Always Given.
"* r Order all your freight from New York,Philadelphia and ,Boston -
.\ i' via Mallory B.B.Line from Pierh o.21 East River,New York

; ALWAYS- THE LOWEST' E V Direct connection at Fernandina with F.B.&N.By.,

.,.' ,: f ._ ; For Jacksonville and all interior points in the State.
je'magniflcent Iron Steamehi Line wtllsaU from I .
FERNAN DINA,FLA.,for N EW YORK,every Thursday evening s, This Pioneer Line offers to Floridians the ,
alter arrival of 4:30 train from Jacksonville' and evening and Shippers of Vegetables and Oranges the Quickest and
tra.1IuJfrom Cedar Key,Ocalo,..Leesburg Tavares, Orlando and Only Direct Line to New York.
South Florida points. 4&Through'' Tickets and information secured in advance at
RIO (iRANDE._.._............_...._N..Thnrsday,fiPptemhpr 8 principal points in Florida. State-rooms reserved from Jackrsonvllle '_
B PATE OF TEXAS.._...._.........-.. hnrsday,September 15 or Fernandina office. '
RIO GRANDK....... ........,.............N..N..Tc urfday,September *.-Trains leave F. R. &N. Co's Main Depot, foot ol Hogan-
STATE OPTEXA8... .._ ..... .;,.._.i bursday,Sept ember 29 street,Jacksonville, at 8.30 a m and 4.30 p m,on, sailing days,,
RIOGRANDE....._........n....NN. ((1.-....,...._Thur8day, October 8 landing passengers on Steamship's what, foot of Centre St.,
STATE OF TEXAS....._...._.................. -.ThurFday,October 13 Every Atutntion possible is extended going Fernandlna.
RIO GRANDE......_....................... .._Thursday,October 20 bythl8 line." The table is supplied with.passengers the best the ...For Tickets and State-rooms and further information*
STATE OF TEXA8_............ M.........._. Thursday,October 27 New York and Florida markets afford apply to f

R. W. SOUTH WICK;'Agent,Fernandiua,Fla. A. H CRIPPEN Gen'l Travling Agent.. J. M. CUTLER, Pass.,Agent,75 West y St.,Jacksonville,Fla.

C.H. MALLORY & ,0..General Agents Pier 20 East River foot Fulton street.New York City., M.... _


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With the Magn ficent Connections. '

The, ; Great. Fast Express- Freight System of the ', $. South.' .

. t.Tn attention shippers Is directed to the Plant.SS. Line between Havana, Key West and Tampa,and People's Line of Steamers between SanforcUPalatka ; -
and Jacksonville South Florida-Railway between Tampa and Sanford, S., F.& W. Ry between Jacksonville, Gainesville, River Junction and Savan-
nah, Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah, Philadelphia Boston and New: York. The best equipped, fastest and most
prompt lines between,all points in' Florida and all points North and.Northwest. Receivers and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection:

Double dally fast" freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah.Double, daily fast freight service.from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and Sa
vannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Calla-
jDaily fast freight all rail connection the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior nan and Live Oak.Triweekly .
and Coast points,including New York, Boston, Philadelphia.} Baltimore Washington and service by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from
Providence. New York(New Pier 35,North River,) direct for Savannah Tuesdays,Thursdays and Satur
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company,leaving Savannah days.
Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursday
,Twice week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company,leaving for Savannah direct,making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. for all points in Florida. Only direct line froiu "**ew England to the South.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, leaving From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., % "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
very Saturday. from Baltimore for Savannah direct making close connection with S., F.&W. Ky for all
Sailing days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. points South. '
,The Florida Dispatch. Line 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
i to any agents of the above linen,or to : WM. P. HARDEE, Gen'l Freight Agent,Savannah, Ga.
O. D. OWENS, Traffic Manager,Savannah,Ga. W.,M.DAVIDSON. Gen'l Traffic Agent,Jacksonville, Fit
,,. H.M.SCHIEY,Trav4Agent,Gainesville. J. E. DRAYTON.Trav.Agent, Live Oak. J.H. STEPHENS,Agent, Jacksonville.


: General Commission Merchants ts, FOR BOTH ORANGE TREES AND TEUETABLES.


BOSTON. ,' ,..
References-A.H.Manvllle,Jacksonville; L. L Newsom, Crescent City;'B.FWhltnerl Supplying Not Only Plant Food, but Organic Matter.
Ft. Reid; Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; J. B. Owens, Sparr, Orange' Lake,
Bank, Boston. ,_- '
16 Years Established. GUARANTEED) ANALYSIS PER TON OF 2,000 POUNDS :

GS.. :I?.A.L.1\t.1EJFI.: : ;' ," ,- Ammonia.,.,.._.......,.VEGETABLE 4 per cent |Phosphoric MANURES Acid.: .........*. 24,' percent
.... cent
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SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY, Ammonia....... 3%'per cent I Sulphate Potash.............*.11 per,cent
; too Reade Street, New Itork. Phosphoric Acid................ 5 to 6 per cent I| Potash, actual...............:..; 5 4'percent
Consignments solicited and- Returns, made promptly. Stencils and Market Reports furnished 1-The remainder consists of thoroughly pulverized humus.*&d "" .' ,
on application. '
RElI'ERENoE8-Chatham National Bank,Thurber, New York C ity ala J.i;"" : -- ,

Banks and established Produce Merchants of New York,Philadelphia.,Baltimore and Bosto NO, 'MUCK: NEED BE USED WITH THESE FERTILIZERS" ...; '

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; GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS IN I have'used'"Our Favorite" Fertilizers upon Orange Trees,Roses and Garden. Plants,
and I do not want anything better. .
c: HENRY g HUBBARD, Crescent City, Fla. .
FLORIDA, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. I tried your Fertilizers on Onions,Cauliflowers and other Vegetables. I consider it ant .
i excellent and. cheap Fertilizer,which will greatly improve the land, and is not simply
'All goods! sold day bf arrival, and check and sales sent on.that(day. Give us a trial ship stimulant. -
ment. H. LEGLER,Haskell,Fla.
15,24 Main Street Richmond VD.
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'T\VEN'rY ESTABLISHEB. ............in sacks $li(00)(
YEARS Orange Tree Manure. .......in sacks $24 00 1 Vegetable Manure
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I Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant. ,. ''' ,""'I '.. "' ,, .....tt... .. .....
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: Florida.Fruit and Vegetables a specialty. No. 234 North Delaware Avenue (below Vine ; : CEO.) HUTCHINSON(
;; Street)) Philadelphia.; Consignments of all kinds of Fruit and Produce solicited. Returns ,, ..
promptly'made as advised. Stencils and.market reports furnished on application. Crescent City Florida.
: :"Reference: H.S.Kedney, Winter Park, Fla.; A H. Orlando, Fla.; L.H. Lawrence .
1 ,Winter Park, Fla.,and the trade generally in Philadelphia and New York.



FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY. ,Offers Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands transportation for investment or Cultivation.
Certain Market for Farm Produce Attractive-Sites for,Homes; Railroad'and Dally Malls.
Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the Installment'Plan if desired.Address
Also Town
Consignments specially solicited. during the Expo Uon. Prompt returns guaranteed..... .. '* .
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.,J' ,-, ", ,-,1.' JAB.M.Tr' !!ATgra: ,President,over Bank of Jackson n
'c'J ; (58 PesMjfitree St., ,Atlanta,, 'Ga. r '..t-, ._ '.., "_ ,* -4 San"Pablo, ,Florida.. ,
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JACKSONVILLE FLA., OCTOBER 31. 1B87.ploridiana .

:i : I It will be the means of enabling our I I and with the towers it is 152 feet. .l the. pediment of the roof to the 'ground? '

: visitors to get here and, to"travel over The foundations are of brick will be 58 feet. '.,
the State at much lower rates than laid in cement, there being requiredin The side walls will run.up to a
The Exposition. their construction 70,500 brick. height of 21 feet, five inches. '
Immigrants and visitors have con- they have heretofore paid. The other portions of the foundution, The roof is in three sections, separated :-
tributed largely to the material devel- And more than this, it will inspire. are composed of pilings driven solidly by rows of louvre windows, each

opment of this State during the last the establishment of other attractions, in the ground. containing a skylight, running the entire

decade, indeed they have been the important I drives, fairs, races, regattas,' etc., as The walls are sheathed diagonallyand length of the building, the eaves of
well as stimulate a renewed effort 'on will be lathed and covered with the highest section being 45 feet. 10
factors in our rapid progress, the part of our people to thoroughly stucco made of cement, sand and inches from the ground. .
and must continue to be so as long as advertise the advantages the State palmetto fiber, in different colors, and There are 328 windows in the perpendicular -'

we need capital and ,population-as holds out to settlers, initiating a new afterwards stripped, giving the build- walls, and 1,435 in. {Lhe'
long as we have lands to be 'taken up, era in our material, advancement. ings the appearance of having been entire building.
r f and resources to be developed. Our Long live the Sub-Tropical! And all constructed of'stone. The dome will be 45 feet in diameter -
+ credit to those indefatigable men who The main entrance, shown at the at ,the base, and run .up to'a
; wonderful climate and soil
productive '[; have pushed this enterprise to a suc- right in the engraving, will be in the height of 83 feet 10 inches, which will
have attracted thousands here in time cessful issue. principal towers. This will be 14 feet be surmounnted by a flagstaff 22 feet

past, but prospectors and pleasure .-.-4 square at the base and run up in that high, which will make its extreme
seekers have discovered that these ad The Sub-Tropical. shape 47 feet, when it becomes anocta- height from the ,top of the staff to the

vantages exist'in other parts of the The Florida Sub-Tropical Exposition gon,in which shape it runs 28 feet to ground, 105 feet. .
for Florida,. the Bahamas and the main observatory, which is 12 feet The transept runs across the middle
and look for other and
country, they the West Indies, open also to displays high and sixteen feet in diameter. i of the building leading north and
further inducements. The tourist from Mexico and Central and South From the top of the observatory it is I south from the dome, at each.end.of

wants to be amused, ,he which will be two. tow- .
has breathed our balmyair ers. It will be the same
for the past half height as the main roof -
of the building. At the
dozen winters but
we north and south ends of
have not in all this '
the tranfept will be ex-
\ time offered him a -single e :- : its, over which are also
20 feet wide
additional attrac- X verandas

tion, these attractionsare by 45 feet long, with .
sloping galleries on the
now offered him in inside the same size.

other places where the Under the centre of

air is just as balmy; the the dome is to be

home seeker wants information placed an immense
fountain of beautiful
not from H :
design, inside the basinof
land agents or interested .. which will be placedfish

parties but reliable of various kinds,

information, he can get r and around the basin .
this information about I'I'I will grow choice flowers .
of varieties.
other semi-tropical sec .
The building is now
tions of the country, but up and rapidly approaching -
has been unable to get completion.
anything authoritative It is to be ready for ex
about Floridasince 4 hibits early in Decem-
par- '0 ber. It is estimated to
simony colapsed our Bureau /. ?a cost $40,000.The .

of Immigration exhibits displayed
Immigrants and visitors : in this immense
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are necessary to .; .',' m !t k : -j : building will compriseall
the products of Flor-
our development and
ida and the choice
prosperity. Attractions THE SUBTKOPIOAIMAIN BUILDING. ,..._,v.-J..A&f** tf v v w*A v..n fmWJl
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and information are necessary to secure America, will open in Jacksonville in 13 feet to the flagstaff making the countries named. Tropical and
emigrants and visitors-the roadto January, 1888, and continue until the height from the ground to the flag semi-tropical trees, fruits, flowers,
prosperity is as plain as the roadto ensuing May.\ The Exposition is to staff 100 feet. shrubs, plants and grasses of every
be permanent, open each year during On the opposite side of the main variety growing in perfection. '..
t mill. We must provide attractions "the season" or winter months. entrance will be another tower 10 feet Cotton, tobacco, sugar-cane,rice, or-
for the pleasure seekers and informa- The buildings and grounds are located square running up 42 feet to the anges, lemons, limes, pine-apples, cocoanuts ';
tion for the would-be settler. at the Water Works park, lookout, which runs up 18 feet higherto bananas, mangoes, tamarinds, '
And this is precisely what the Bub- within the city limits, fronting on the staff, making a height of 60 sapotas and other tropical and semi
Pine street ; also on Laura, Hoganand feet to the flagstaff. On the western tropical fruits and plants will contrast
Tropical Exposition will do; it will First streets. Accessible by a end on Laura street entrance are two with apples, pears, peaches, plums '"
be in itself a most interesting and entertaining short walk' from all central portionsof other towers the same size and height, grapes, and the various fruits and
feature of "the season" for the city also by street car lines and while at the north and south ends of farm products of our Northern States, ;
sight seers; an epitome of the reson rces carriages.The the transept which runs across the all nrnfitably grown in Florida.
and engraving which appears on center of the building out from the Visitors for pleasurE will have their
advantages of Florida, setting
this page, is the only artistic and accurate dome are two other towers of the same tastes gratified by the magnificent display -
forth in a series of object-lessons the representation of the main size, making in all eight towers, ex- while those seeking information ,.
most forceful kind of teaching the in .building which has been executed, and clusive of the dome., as to the resources of Florida will find 1
ducements the State offers aa a per- we give it to the public for the first Over the main entrance betweenthe revelations that will astonish them. ]
manent home, pjid through its Bureauof time in this issue. towers \will be an ornamental veranda In the Industrial Department will :
The building proper will be 305 feet 20 feet widA by 90 feet long. be displayed the best methods of util- ?
Immigration annex, affording reli- in length; including the towers at the Above the veranda the front, for a izing the products of Florida, such -as
able printed: information, maps and ends it will be 325 feet long. The width, height of 32 feet,.will be of elaborate sugar making, cotton and tobacco cul- "'(

other data. : not, including the towers, is 132 feet, colored glass, and from the the top of (Concluded, on Page 908.) ..



896". p. --.=====THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. .,, :;- .[OCTOBER 31, 1887.

which would preclude their being forty cents per pound Niagara and and whenever those foreigners have
Vineyard trained as suggested by our corres= twenty-five cents per pound for the found out the value of the State for
-A pendent ED. F. D. others. We propose to go right along such an enterprise they will not long
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.Training _*-< and set out our twelve acres to Niagara be wanting. '
Grape Vines. For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. grapes. No matter what: the papers say ->-.H-
I see from letters published in the Pruning Grape Vines. to the disparagement of this grape, we Recent Progress in GrapeGrowing.W. .
DISPATCH from different parts of the I planted one hundred grapevinesin know that it is one that brings a H. Haskell, formerly of Talla-
State reporting insects, rot and mil- December, 1886, of ,several of the larger price in the Northern market hassee, but now of DeLand, speakson
dew, affecting the grape. My experience best varieties, including Delaware,Ag- than the Delaware or any other com- this subject in a recent number of
with the grape is very limited, awam, Goethe Champion, Norton, mon variety, and is best adapted to
having planted only two acres (Ca- Ives, Elvira, Cynthiana, Concord, this climate, and. ripening, as it does, the Agriculturist of the latter place,
tawba and Isabella) about the year Muscat, Chassalas, Triumph, all the middle of June, it can be placedin as follows :
1856, in Edgefield, S. C. I had two of which have made excellent the market before any other varietyof It is generally believed that all the
good cros, but the last was consider- growth (except Concord and Chassalas out of door grown grapes. bunch grape family are a failure in
ably affected with mildew and rot. It ). I planted one two year old vine Florida and not suited to this climate.
was my opinion at that time, and I of each variety. The champion produced The Grape Industry in Florida. This has been caused by too lim-
still think that rot and mildew are i one bunch of fruit ripened in Our correspondent, Baron von Lut- ited a trial of kinds. Most of the old
caused by the heat of sun after heavy May. Many of tho vines have made terchau, of Alachua county, in an ar- and well known kinds, such as Concord -
dews and much rain. Now, to prevent two and three canes, eight to ten feet ticle prepared for the 'recent trade ; ond Hartford do not succeed here,
this; and insects also, I would suggestthe long and increased from one quarterof edition of the Leesburg Commercial they are attacked with mildew and
planting of the china tree as a an inch diameter to oneinch and speaks of the prospects of grape growing ,he grapes do not ripen, a few only on
support or trellis. The umbrella china one eighth. But what I want to in this State as follows: It is now the bunch will color, the rest remaining -
would be the bcrt, ju it gives a beauti. know is, shall I treat them all as one demonstrated without doubt that the for weeks green and hard and covered -
ful and dense shade, and natural trel year vines, big and little, one and two grape industry could be one of the with a white must. They also
lis. The trees should be planted about years and cut them back to one cane leading resources for this State in the shed their foliage too early.
three feet from the vine; and the vine of two buds, or can I proceed as with near future. I can justly say that I Here are the names of a few that
should be laid and covered with earth, two year old vines, if size and canes : introduced grape growing into this are succeeding in Florida. Delaware,
which would insure a quantity of permit ? If not, what is the advantage section, and I am gratified to see Ives,Cynthiana, Black Hamburg, Niagara -
roots; then train to the tree, and in planting two and three year wherever my example has been fol- and a few others.
you would have a substantial trellis. old vines when I find my one year lowed success has been their"reward? The'-first two are valuable market
that ''would last a lifetime. It is a.. vines have as a rule made moat! growth? Everywhere in the State, from Talla- grapes, as tpey are reasonably early,
well known fact that a tea made of the I have used Paris Green and flour, one hassee to the Southern counties, vine- showy and handle; well, and bring froni{
roots of the china is a very powerful one part to forty, for leaf folder, but'I yards of respectable size are growing thirty-five cents per pound and up-
vermifuge. I have been watching the find it checks the growth. I have had up, and the day should not be far ward,.according to condition of mar-
, china very closely for the last thirty common wire grass hung in and about when those poor, despised black jack ket, as to otter fruits being plenty or ,
years, and I have never Been an in- the vines, which is highly recommended sand hills will prove a source of wealthto scarce at the time. Cynthiana is reliable -
sect of any kind upon the tree. The for soldier worm, but have not been their impoverished owners. I have and a,good table grape.
lizzard will not go upon the china, troubled with it much. I have no seen many parts of the world in my Black Hamburg, one of the largestand
unless forced b> fright. The spider trouble to make vines grow well and l life,and I can truly say where grape- most showy of grapes, is succeeding < -
will not 'web upon it-only] the decayed have selected manner of pruning growing and wine-making is the lead- in this county. Niagara, a white
parts. Nor is the tree troubledby for the future, but a little light on the ing industry prosperity will follow in grape, has more good qualities than
a borer of any kind; it seems to be point in question may prove accept- their path. A few months ago to inform any other white grape, and has fruitedin
free from all insect life. It is from able to many of your readers. In myself of the relative success of Florida.In .
these facts that I base my opinionsand conclusion I will say that I have great the grape in different parts of Florida, choosing a location, avoid low,
suggestions. I was told by a faith in the grape as adapted to Flor- I have made a tour from one vineyardto wet land. Good soil is required, or
friend some years ago, that while ida, provided tested varieties are another, and what I have seen sur- fertilize as in orange culture. Now,
traveling in Germany, he noticeda planted. WALTER COOPER. passed my expectations. In every di- in recommending these bunch grapes,
continuation of vineyards along the Sorrento, Lake county,Fla.,Oct. 8,1887. rection I met with flourishing vines I would not neglect the Southern Scuppernong -
lower Rhine, and the vines were sup- Prof. Dubois has favored us with the and surprising as it may seem I have as the best of them, the
ported by tr es, planted] at the proper following reply to the above question seen no failure where the right kinds Thomas and Tenderpulp are very de
distance in rows; the vines being sup- were planted and knowledge was em- sirable. A few vines of this kind will
ported by them, they presented a If one year old vines have made a ployed. The people seem to think do, as I will not encourage wine-mak
beautiful appearance in the distance, sufficient growth and are stocky that something must be found besides ing, either from the grape or the or-
hanging in festoons from one tree to enough to be treated as two year old the doubtful orange: and the long ne- ange. There are some very large
another. ones, there is no need of cutting them glected grape will come to the rescue vines. One in Tallahassee, possibly
By using the china, the expense of back unless you want your vines to Professor Dubois, of Tallahassee, to twenty-five years old, covers three
artificial trellising would be avoided, branch out some distance from the J whom I have had the pleasure.of showing -' thousand feet square of space and will
and the grapes, vine, and the leaves ground, which will not be the case i if, my vineyard, has made a visit all grow a wagon load of fruit. This is a
would be free from all insects, and I the two limbs of the first year's growthare through the State and he has returned Scuppernong.A .
am satisfied that the much dreaded only shortened. home well satisfied with what he has Delaware vine grafted on to a
phylloxera would be compelled to seek The advantage in planting two seen,and the Professor, an experienced wild root, in Orange county, Florida,
more congenial pastures. year old vines is that, having gen- vineyardist from France; concurs in has grown the past season, one thousand
I have never planted the grape in erally stronger roots, they take better my opinion, that many parts of Flor- bunches or about one hundred
Florida, but expect to do so in the and come into bearing sooner; or ida especially those which lie uselessnow and fifty pounds, worth at twentyfivecents
future. I therefore write this, hopingto rather, to be more correct, yield a could be made a mine of wealth per pound, $37.60. What State
draw the opinions of Messrs. Steele, larger crop the first year they bear.I for this State. He has seventyfiveacres can beat that in grape culture?
Dubois, White and others, concerningthis would not advise plantmg three in Norton's and Cynthiana, the To prove that the bunch grapes area
matter. I would like particularlyto year old vines, especially if raised in grape few Florida, the grape for any success in Florida, I will here state
hear from W. C. Steele, as he seems a different soil and climate. part oi the State. The finest claretcan that my fellow]] townsman, Prof.: E.
to take great interest in grape growing be made from these grapes, that Dubois, of Tallahassee, informs me
in Florida, and is well posted as For the FLoRIDA DISPATCH. will command respectable prices all that he is going to plant two hundredacres
regards insects that are injurious to The Niagara. over the world. There are also a good to the four named kinds, Delaware -
the vine. If he does not wish to give Messrs. Haynes, Young & Bailey, number of superior early table grapes, Ives, Cynthiana and Norton.
his opinion through the DISPATCH, he proprietors of the large Niagara Vine- of which I make myself a specialty, Also that the finer varieties do betterin
would oblige me by doing so by,private Orlando have the utmost t, they bringing most remunerative South Florida.
yard, near ,
letter. prices in early months. But success- .
M. B. WEVER. confidence in this variety for Florida. ful grape.growing for market to any Our correspondent, Sherman Adams,
.Ban Antonio,Pasco county,Fla. In a recent communication they say : extent, without the manufacture of'reports under date of September,
We believe authorities on grape At the opening of the season this i wine is impossible. The greatest want 1887, a number of Niagara grapevines I
growing in Florida agree that in orderto year at the North, the Niagara was of Florida just now is immigration to on the place of Mr. S. Farr, of
get the best results from all. the I quoted at fifteen cents and Delaware this State, and general efforts to that Lake Hiwassee,Orange county,grown
nine cents in Boston. We have shipped effect seem to be made. Few men in from cuttings set the March previous
cultivated here with the
species ( exception into Orlando for the last three or. Florida understand thoroughly grape- which had made an average growth of '
.of the scuppernong, V.: Vul. four weeks, Delaware, Niagara, Brighton : growing and wine making. You need stem of seventeen feet and yielded
pina), they must be closely pruned,, ,.lona. and Salem,_ and received 1 French and German vintners to teach, fruit in June.




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With his diamond-pointed arrow; Agreed! Wipe off your chin Edmundo, Than the freshly plucked Brazil-nuts, .

Poetry. Every maiden on the Xingu Pull down your vest; your stand-up Guavas, garlic-pears, and so forth,-
Scorns the hateful, lazy rascal; collar Something better than the "slimy,

Empty is his cerebellum. ,somewhat, smeared with Flor de Cuba, "Angular, Old Horse" bananas
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. Cerebrum is nougat! but cotton; :But your gaily decked sombrero (Just as she had longed, beforetime,
ORIGIN OP HART'S CHOICE BA- .Every joke he cracks, a chestnut 'Knocks the spots from Don El Bobo's- For a lover braver, fairer
NANA. Old and rotten to the marrow; Up Away to Padre Pablo! Than Don Miguel Puerco Bobo),

Nose, like Padre Mazor- acktfs, 1 .
I Prying into others' business, # Now in these whilom days wonders
A Legend of Equatorial South Mouth By the shining Xingu river,
as big as any skillet Fairies dwelt in sparkling caverns
America. And his visage like a pumpkin- On a sward of Stenotaphrun In the far Brazilian forest-

[Through the kindness of a celebrated Madre mi I love another" Shaded by the mighty giantsOf Fairies good and fairies evil-
"missionary" (who discovered a wonderfulcure Brave and proud and strong: and kingly; the still primeval forests- So it came to pass one morning s
for consumption. In South America),we He can swim the rushing river, Lordly palms-the pirajao, That Hobson killed a Crax alector, .
have obtained the following authentic account Steer his and swift Astrocaryum Tucuma, c
light And
of the origin of the 'Hart's Choice" canoa as'they ate their frugal breakfastEsmeralda
banana,a legend "strange as It Is true."and Through the roaring, foaming rapids, Phytelephas macrocarpa, got the "wishbone"Held ,..,'
. notwithstanding editorial warnings to the Past the hidden rocks and whirlpools; Assai palms, the famed Manacques it up, and wished with Hobson
- contrary. we have determined to call upon He can slay the lurking onza "Slender nymphs that dance attendance Got the wish. Then murmured, blushing j ,
Friend Hobson to
come out boldly from be- '
hind the petticoats of sundry amazons,wherehe Prowling in the mighty forest On the forest queen majestic"- wished for fruit finer flavor v ,.
has taken refuge In a historical manner, In the shadows of the palm trees; Under arching Saman branches Than the horrid hog banana!!" .
f'' to stop crying for the moon and for banana Garlanded with lianes 11 .
He can pierce the soaring condor long ; Touched by fairy wand, instanter,
seeds, and listen to the
with El Dorado
With his Hung Cattleya ,
switiy-flying arrow Straightway from root
; a upspringing
4 If he thirst him
give drink for in BO doing thou
ghalt heap coals of fire on his head." Romans, xii, Brave and strong my cabellero, Catasetum tridentatum, (Root of Musa sapientum) "
20. Dearest Don. Edmundo Hobson P And Tillandsia lingulata, 0,- :Rose a stem of grace and beauty, "

"Haste thee dear Peopled only by the parrots, ,. Blushing, faintly tinged with carmine-
Querida mia, 0
Haste thee to the shining river, Then the mother's wrath exploded, Macaws, and tribe of monkeys (Blushing as a maiden blushes >1
Padre Pablo
To the broad and placid Xingu, (Like a can of nitro-glycerine Santiago ..- Slyly kissed while moonlight-riding-) -
in ,
Mighty river from the Southland, Or a California humbug), Edmundo holy Hoco-Poco matrimony Rosy-tinged, like fair Aurora .

Flowing trom the land of diamonds, Long she tore her hair and scolded, And Esmeralda de Florida Hobson Reared aloft its graceful verdure, --
From the distant far-off mountainsTo Long she stormed, and long she chided ; Magnificent beyond description; ,
Beauteous just as the worthy Padre Then the "purple heart of flowers" :
the broader far-famed waters. ,..queenly Esmeralda : -
Mightiest of all the rivers- For loving Don Edmundo Hobson; Up to kiss the bride did hasten- Succeeded quickly-Age of Wonders!!!- ;
And before the Hobson
Rio de las Amazonas. Threatened tortures only practiced gallant By the plumpest, richest, roundest, ',
Haste, thee, darling Esmeralda, By the cruel Xingu dwellers, For the V to the Padre-
Fetch a calabash of water, Should'ilie: dare to marry'other ; pay "Grande Ccesar!" muttered Hobson.
Wash thy face and comb thy ringlets Than the wealthy Don El Bobo. Esmeralda cried "Mi madre! ,x "Corazon mi preferencia"i:
And down the hill
there 2:40"The
With the silver comb presented came :' "Still! my heart (Hart)-my Choice as;
old and the
By the gallant Don El Bobo; Tranquilly the maiden listened lady laggard, granted, :.
Don Miguel Puerco Bobo. : C
(Richer is he than a Croesus, Till the storm of Words was over- Hobson mia, miplalanoP1 .
Richest of the Xingu dwellers), Then she hastened to the river, Hobson and Senora Hobson Cried the joyous Esmeralda, -"

Hie thee to the village!padre, Washed her face and smoothed her ring- Took to the bushes. As she hopped around, still munching
Padre Ban Francisco Hugo, lets .. On a leg ot Crax alector-
To complete thy education; With a fine-toothed rubber comblet, "It is named Hearts Choice banana,

Haste thee, dear, Querida mia, (Threw the silver comb presented [Here occurs a number of illlgeble Or Hobson's Choice; we two are one now;
Haste thee, lest thou shouldst be tardy. By the hateful Don El Bobo ings, supposed to Indicate a break sputter-I Edmundo bueno,predilecto!"

Lest jacaranda ferule Far into the deepest water-) poetry-machine.)

Fall upon thy dainty fingers, And with full of But Hobson swore, "No, no, carramba!
Causing them to swell Deep within the Tropic forest Don't forget it mine
and blister Books and chewing-gum, departed ; you are now.
Por motivo de colera. On the Huantajayo Where thespotted puma wanders, I will name the new platano,
De Padre San Francisco turnpikeTo Where the ocelot's retread is- That a miracle has
Hugo brought us
the school house in the village ;
Where the swims the currentOf
Sternest pedagogual ruler. Atahualpa in the forest. tapir It shall be called 'Ladyfinger,1In .
the Rio de
Tap jos- memory of the swollen fingers

But the :Maiden paused and lingered, "Senorita Esmeralda Where in swamps of tall.bambusas Of my dainty Esmeralda-
Pouted, shook her frowsled ringlets, Wherefore tardy?" said the Padre. Dwells the huge and dreaded boa, Fingers swelled by Padre Hugo's
Full of looked, but Crocodilus palpebrosus, Seasoned Jacaranda ferule!"
anger spoke not. (For the maiden shyly entered without number
Serpents, reptiles, ,
As the spelling class recited)
the Theobromas flourishIn
"Haste thee naughty Esmeralda, "Hither, hussy! Hie thee quickly Where Then they quarreled o'er the naming
; the shadows of the palm-trees, .
Go instanter Of this wondrous '
or I follow Thou Juan Pedro Herrero, new banana-
With a vigorous application Bring the jacaranda ferule." Attalea, geonoma, Quarreled 'till the shades of evening;
Oreodoxa oleracea
Of a sprout of Jacaranda! Hobson swore, and Mrs. Hobson-

After thou hast graduated O'er the shocking scene that followed C&nocarpus multicaulis', Well she threw the skillet at him.
Iriartea ventricosa
In thy robes of lace and satin '*
Draw we now a kindly curtain Trithrinaz Brasiliana, ,
(Pelted by a score of nosegays 'Till recess, (when in a corner Cocos jRomanzojffiana. When, at. last, late "in the gloaming"
From the amorous village striplings). All the girls They "made and
rampant. Flezuosa, oleracea; up, "hugged" each
Then shall Padre execute
Hugo wed thee
Over antics other-
(And perhaps, in primal splendor,
To the gallant caballero. By Juan Pedro Herrero, Sargent's Pseudoph nix also)- Went to pluck the ripe bananas- .
Don Miguel Puerco Bobo; Who has sat him down instanter Agreed that all the names
'Neath the fingered leaves of Bombax, proper:
Richest is he of the .
gallants, On crooked inverted
a pin )), Lofty silvery-crowned cecropias
Of the
fertile Xingu valley; Then the beauteous Not there
senonta Bertholletia excelsa;- a vestige was left there
Prancing On his yellow through Kozinante the palmy forest Esmeralda of our story, Where the bell-bird sounds his tocsinIn Of the wondrous new banana!
Hastens from the hateful
He's indeed resence his somber, moaning belfry *
a goodly picture, Of Padre San Francisco Hugo 'Mid the Arancaria branches- 4
Decked in yellow, green and purple, Heeps her hands beneath her apron, Or amid the crimson splendorsOf ; Family quarrelsdid the mischief-

Diamond ear-rings, ruby nose-ring, (Chewing-gum is in her pocket), Couroupita Gniauensis Shook his wand the little fairy, '
Plume of rarest Sula Fusca Runs across the village plaza To the mountains of Abyssinia
The long-tailed monkeys, the Sapajous
Sweeps adown his noble foreheod To the village corner-grocery Play base-ball Nature's ballgroundWith Moved the Hobson's Choice banana.
. On his watch-chain precious sea-beans Where the noble Don EdmundoSits the huge and rounded missiles Found it there, old :Mother Hubbard;.
' From the far off land, Florida; upon an ivory-soap box Where the Jacchus argentatus, Put the fruit up in her cupboard

Scents low perfume (Lundborg's (?) ).'fo 1- (Blue blood scorns herring-barrel) The dainty little silvery "Mco," With the squash and other rarebits. ", ,

Sleeps, and smokes La Flor de Cuba, Nibbles fruits from garlic peartreesAnd
ETerymotion of his kerchief- : Dreaming of his Esmeralda Hancornia Mother Goose called on her neighbor; .

0, indeed a handsome object:: Fairest flower of Atahualpa- among these speciosaHere pristine glories- Staid to tea, and had bananas; -,r
Is Don Miguel Puerco Bobo
; Planted by the Araucanians Took a plantlet in her apron '
And my daughter Esmeralda "0 Edmundo, mi querido Ages past while To her husband, the professor;
Darling mine, Querida mia, Padre Hugo-Boo--boo-fa>o-7w>"- Grew a lusty grove of plantains Professor Goose N. G. (and so forth),
Fairest jewel of the Xingu And she sank upon his bosom. (Called "plantanos" in the patois Named it Musa orienlum. -
Thou shalt wed this splendid creature! Goslings settled the Bahamas
Of that species of the musa- ;
Haste thee child, delay no longer, UEl Diablo! Mi maldito! Sapientum, by Linnaeus Goslings settled on Key Largo;

Haste thee to the village Padre!" What's the racket, mi fJlerida'JWhy Called j by others, more romantic, Goslings moved to Putnam County;

thy dainty taper fingers Tree of Paradise, forbidden). Goslings settled on the,Gulf Coast-
But the maiden eyes a-flashing., Swollen like a raw banana?" Hither in his light canoa, And where'er the family settled,
Nose aloft-in accents furious, Hobson with his love retreated; Took their Lares and Penates;
Answered back her darling mamma: Then she told her tale of sorrow Here in bliss to smoke cigarros Took the peppermint and boneset,
To her listening Caballero, And adore his "ducksy-wucksy," Took the Hobson's Choice banana
"0 mi madre, NEVER, NEVER And his fiercely waxed mostachios Beauteous, blooming Esmeralda; From the clump that grew luxuriant
. Will I wed the dough-faced Bobo! Warmly pressed the lips of ruby. Here their honeymoon to squanderFar In dear old 1\lotherGoose's garden.P. ,

O the horrid, nasty creature away from Saratoga,
Every angle of his figure "Let us hasten to the Padre From Pablo Beach and Coney Island.As .

Shows beneath his yellow mantle Padre Santiago Pablo; ,: S.-Goslings settled Putnam County,
Shanks like knitting-needles dangle He will join us soon together the dreamy days of summer -. .'." Suffered from a deformation ,-.

From his richly-broidered breeches. In the bonds of matrimony; Wore away, our heroine "hankered," Had no web between the toe-joints}

He cannot swim the rushing river.* Then the rascal Padre Hugo (Not for 'flesh-pots"-not exactly;?' Could ndt venture in deep water.
Cannot slay the lurking onza, And the skinflint Puerco Bobo;. She had never heard of Egypt); .' :'. P. W. REASONER.

Cannot pierce the soaring condor .,', 7 Both may "whistle;. for their booty!",?, But for fruit more "palate-tickling" '. .i, ; ; Manatee;Fla.,October 1,1887. ,,':




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.. give us some further information concerning :face, then level the earth on circle witha aware and Maryland send large quantities ,
T4e ttSltI i. it. Can Mr. Cooke give us : rake or hoe, and spread all over it a into the New York,Philadelphiaand
layer of dry: leaves or pine straw Baltimore markets, and havingall
: :: he; botanical name of the plant-.
from four to SIX inches thick. advantage in proximity and cheap-
For the FLORIDA DIBPATCU.TROPICAL GRASSES.. ED. F. D. .. You are now ready for "banking." er freights, they give the more Southern -
SWEET POTATOES. "Sort" and "size" your potatoes into producers no chance. By raisingour
I An Interesting. Letter From the three piles-all that are cut and bruised sprouts or "draws" in a hotbed,
Republic of Columbia.The "Banking" and Marketing."I for immediate use, the small ones that and "forcing" the crop, we could, of
San Pablo and Diego Beach have nearly ready to dig a large are sound and uninjured for seed, and course, get our potatoes into the Northern -
all the and roots for markets than friendly
large perfect sooner our ( )
of which Mr. W. B. Grantis
Company, 4 3rop: -several hundred bushels-of "
"banking. Each bank should be rivals of the "border States, but that
Manager, deserve great credit for I sweet potatoes, and I would like to provided with its "pump" or ventilator early market is not of much impor-
their efforts and experiments to dem- ]know how best to save and dispose of which is simply four pieces of inch' tance, and does not last long. Just at
onstrate the capabilities of the soil of 1 them. Will you kindly answer a few plank, five or six inches wide, and six present the prices in New York do not
East Florida. From their corres- questions and oblige a "constant or seven feet lone, nailed together so justify any shipments from Florida or
as to form a hollow square." Then the Carolinas, even with the advantageof
pondence looking to the introductionof reader" and subscriber of yonr excellent -
bore a dozen scattered inch augur greatly reduced sea freights, and
valuable plants from :other subtropical / I paper. holes in your "pump" from top to bot- our only chance and advantage lies in
countries, we have been per One-"When shall I dig my crop ? tom, set it up endwise in the middle of carefully banking our crops as we
mitted to take the following extract i Some wait for a plight frost to kill 'the your circle, and pile your potatoes have directed, and shipping to Northern -
written to Mr. Grant by Wm. 'Cooke vines and then dig. Others cut off around it. This serves ad a chimneyor and Western markets in the spring.
the vines before, save them for forage, ventilator; and keeps off' the heat Then we shall have little or no competition -
from Houda Columbia under date of
and dig at their leisure anytime be- and vapor :which arises from the pile : as Northern growers seldom
July 28,1887: fore cold weather. Which way is of roota 'after they are covered up. I attempt to keep tHe sweet potato in
The artificial grasses here in the hot best? ,. The potatoes are very carefully piled quantity over winter,and, indeed, findit
country are Guinea, India and Parrar, Two-"How shall I save my crop up in a cone, from within six inches of generally a difficult and losing op-
but it is well known that the India is after digging, and where can I sell,my the outer rim of the circle, as high as eration.
the hardiest-it is slower to fatten surplus to the best advantage ? Will they can be carried,and it will be 'well The'somewhat elaborate and possi-
than the Guinea, but it makes the they bear shipping to New York, or to measure as you progress aud mark bly prolix directions and hints we have
hardest fat with time. Parrar is not shall I try to dispose of them near the number of bushels in each "bank." given our correspondent may not be of
often seen now and it is supposed pro- home 1"Replying From fifteen to twenty-five bushels special value to some of our readers,
duces coquera.In to the foregoing questions, make a fair sized and convenient but will, we doubt not, prove useful to
dry seasons all that is necessaryis D. Redmond agricultural editor of "bank;" when you have piled all that others, who do not yet "know it all."
to put fire to the dry pasture and stand up well, then cover the whole, Mr. G. L. Taber, the well known nurseryman -
burn it off and it keeps down the the News-Herald, says : first with a thick layer of dry pine of Glen St. Mary, in Baker
brush. The seed is sown in various We advise cutting the vines before straw or other litter (dry), and when county, has been a large and successful -
ways, for instance, in a new clearing, frost-curing, and using as fodder for all are evenly covered, commence' grower of sweet potatoes, and has,
the under brush is cut down, the seed cows, mules, etc.. The sweet potato "banking" on the earth, beginning at we believe, alwuya found his profit and
sprinkled, then the trees are felled and vine, as you know, is very succulentand the bottom, of course, and laying on advantage in keeping his crop over for
when dry fired. Then again some somewhat difficult to cure and'to carefully until you reach the top, the spring market. There is little or
burn the clearing and immediatelyafter feed out ; but, if you have much stock through which protrudes the "pump"or no object in attempting the businesson
the'seed is sown broadcast; when and little hay, it will pay to take care ventilator. 'Be liberal with this out a small scale; but, after careful
the seed is not sprinkled soon it may ,of all products of the farm that can be side coat of earth-" 'tis cheap as study and investigation, we have
rain, when the wood ashes set and do turned into food for animals, and' dirt," and should not be less than six arrived at the conclusion that any
not cover the seed so effectually as ,it finally added to the manure pile. inches in thickness; indeed, a foot enterprising man, with proper facili
does when the seed is sown before the Make scaffolds with crotched sticks thick is far better and a surer protec- ties, can fet a very fair return for his
clearing cools. The roots of the grasscan and old rails, or use convenient tion against both frost: and heat. The labor and outlay in raising and keep-
be planted out and it is really the fences as drying frames for your sweet main object is to keep the potatoes of ing over the sweet potato for shipping.
most effectual way, but is most costly., potato vines; but, do not dry them too as cool and equable temperatureas Potatoes in Duval county can gener-
However, if the seed is good it much. When properly cured, stack possible, and the thick coating of ally be purchased from small growersat
nearly. all takes root,and cattle shouldnot them under cover; and before feedingrun earth well packed on and "spatted"with 40 to 45 cents per bushel in the fall.
be-turned into it until the seed has them through a feed-cutter, to the spade, will be found an ex- The cost for keeping over winter, loss
fallen. chop them up into short lengths. cellent non-conductor. When the from spoiling in "bank," etc., shouldnot
Having some hundreds of acres of 'Then mix, half-and-half, with hay or covering is done, the work is finally exceed 10 or 15 per cent., and the
India grass we usually save our own other finer fodder, and you will havean finished by putting a rough shelter of prices generally realized in New York
seed, but at times we-"buy at $2 the excellent feed for milk cows or cheap boards or slabs over each bank, and Chicago on spring shipments range
almud, at other times $1.60 and even work mules. Let your animals have as a shield from the sun and heavy from $3.75 to $5 per barrel of 2J
as low as $1. The almud measures access to salt at all times, or give their, rains. Banks for family use, to be bushels. Our correspondent and oth
thirty-three centimetres by twenty cut-up food an occasional sprinkle of opened during the winter, should be ers can easily see that there is "money"in
eight by thirty-four deep, but I do not salt. Wheat, bran or cotton seed smaller, say eight or ten bushels, and the business if properly conducted,
know the exact weight of an almud meal, may also be profitably addedto the large banks should not be dis- and we leave the subject to their con-.
, of seed, I imagine about six or six the mixed feed, especially. for milk turbed until spring. A loose wad of I sideration. 4
and a half pounds. straw is sometimes nlaced in the top .
There are Potreras of Guinea and cows.After cutting and securing your opening of the ventilator, as a protec- Flour Corn--Pop-Corn. j
India grass that have been plantedover potato vines, as suggested, dig your tion against cold; but,if the banks are Mr. Geo. Kastner, of Old Mobile
forty years, the life of these potatoes, keeping them out of the hot sheltered, this precaution is unneces- Gardens," who is now engaged with
grasses is in burning it kills the brush sun, and not allowing them to get wet. Count Wassilief has left with us some
and keeps the fields clean, free from Pile up in a cool], shady place, and allow sary.Now, as to marketing. The de- specimens of corn grown by him on
ticks, etc. them to stand a day or two before mand in our home markets is always the Count's grounds. One specimenis
The Guinea is planted exactly as banking. You may cover the pile: more than supplied during the fall what he calls flour corn, the seed of
tho India, it fattens quickest, is the with a thin layer of pine straw; or, i if f: and early winter, the price in Jack-, which was procured from a seedsmanin
prettiest and I prefer it, but it is not there is any danger of rain, with a, sonville running from 40 to 50 cents Philadelphia. It is very white,
so hardy if the brush is allowed to thick layer of straw and some boards., per bushel wholesale,and about double I soft, and it is,said yields a flour equal
grow-the seed is worth the same, The old fashioned "bank" or "pumb," the price from the grocers. Very few to wheat flour. it is very prolific,
both are hot country grasses. is the most convenient and effectualmode keep their "eating potatoes" over for, stools freely, and each stalk produces
The principal fruits of this countryare yet discovered for keeping the spring sale, and it is sometimes quite an ear. Mr. Kastner says that, if
Curubas, Nisforos,Badeas, Grana- sweet potato, in our mild climate ; and difficult even to get.. small potatoes foi. well fertilized, or if grown on land
dillas, Mangos, Guanaranos, Chiramoyas this is the simple process : Strike a seed. naturally rich, the ears will be much
Granadas.The circle eight or ten feet in diameter i iDa So the home market does not holdout larger, and the yield proportionallygreater
Guinea and Parrar or Para clean, dry spot ; dig a small shallow r much promise, though many con than the specimen before: us.
trench all around outside of the tend that the is The other is
grasses are well known in Florida. crop a profitable one pop-corn, a rich yellow,
circle, throwing the earth from the at forty to fifty cents per bushel. Ir and adapted to the purpose its name
But'we are not acquainted with the trench inside of the circle, until you] the early fall, before we are ready tc indicates. The ears.are large and the
India grass. If any of our readers have raised the circle about a fool t dig and ship our potatoes, the market grain well.developed.-Sanford Jour-. .
know this' grass we trust they will above the ordin surrounding sur. gardens of New Jersey, Virginia, Del- nal. 'J*s' .



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the land which I have planted to After two of the most unfavorableseasons stand," that is one or two plants.in
The.Qlfden., onions is reclaimed land and what is that we have had for some each hill. In which ease, when the
,. doubtless known to many of your time one doesn't naturally feel very young melon plants have three or four
THE KITCHEN GARDEN- ; readers as 'a willow pond, and what I ambitious in taking hold of another leaves only, take a long handled round
.: write I think will apply to all lands crop, but from present indication itseeII pointed shovel during a hard rain,
Work for November: where there is,no lack of moisture.I reasonable at 'least to expect a (Gardeners must not mind gettingwet
Yet one smile more departing distant Bun, try to get the land well preparedfor fair season. ) and take out a shovel full of
One air.mellow smile through the soft- vapory the reception of the seed, as soon Cabbages should be planted about earth from the "missing hill" and takea
as possible after'the rainy season, say now and kept in a thrifty condition shovel full of earth with one or two
Yet Shall a few murmur sunny by days the In hedge which that the skirts bee the by the middle of October. I raise until the heads are matured. plants in it and place it in the missinghill
way ? beds about five or six inched above the There is no sure way of doing this when, if properly done, they will
The cricket chirp the russet lea,
And man delight upon to linger In the ray. general level and three feet wide, and unless we had control over the seasons, grow as well as the other melon plants .
Yet The one piercing rich smile winter and frost we will and try winds to bear,and in these sow four rows of seeds in the but to do our part well comes near not disturbed. In this section I thinkit
darkened air. -Bryant. latter part of October. I always roll enough to make the crop profitable. best to sow onion seed in October
There is not much new work to be the beds after planting the seeds, un- Be very careful to plant good seed. and transplant in November, but in
begun during November. During the less the ground is very wet, (expe- Last season I saw patches so near all South Florida I should defer plantingone
,. latter part of the month there will be rience having proved the folly of leaves that the profit was not to be month or more. The clippingfrom
frosts in the upper part of the State leaving the ground loose on the seed). found. Apply plenty of manure. the American Cultivator from C.
that will most likely kill off the tender This gives me plants for transplanting Soil rich enough to produce twenty P. Sanders in relation to transplanting -
' vegetables. It will be well to look by January. Then I have the bushels of corn per acre should, 'for cabbage plants has a tendency to
over the directions given the last two ground well prepared for the recep- a good crop of cabbage, receive $50 mislead beginners in gardening in
months and continue the operationsthere tion of the young plants, and I never worth of manure, and even more will Florida. With our vertical sun and
directed except the planting of suffer any uneasiness about doing too pay a large profit. its "unclouded blaze of living light"
such things as the frost will injure, :unless much work in the preparation of the There is more money in making and heat, we must be sure of abundant
the reader is in the southern part laud. I also raise beds in which to set fifty'barrels on quarter of an acre than moisture for the best results with
of the State or in some favored local- the plant, though very slightly above seventy-five barrels on half an acre.' young plants. Setting any kind of
case he may continue the the level rake them off as smoothlyas "The road to fortune is as plain as plants during a drouth is not a-paying -
panting as there directed. Many\ of possible and pass' a hand roller over the road to market" and all living in business as many have found out
the operations in the winter gardenare them in which are six rows of pegs, Florida that are able to work should to their cost. Many here who set
to be governed by location. In four i itf a row. This puts the plantsin thank their maker' for the chances be- strawberry plants in September lost
the northern part of the State it is not rows both across and lengthwise the fore them. nearly all of them before the late welcome
safe to plant tender vegetables: ; whilein beds. These pegs are about three- : One dollar drawing ten per cent rains. Now, they can buy plants
the southern part and in the'most quarters of an'inch in length and are interest per annum and interest added and set again or do without a straw-
favored ]localities planting may go on slightly pointed and are intended only each year for one hundred years berry patch. M. C.;
as usual. Of course every one will to 'make indentations to show whereto amounts to over $15,000. Mandarin, October.,.1887.. .
use judgment and discretion in this ,put the plants. In planting I cut One acre or more as the case may For f the FLORIDA DISPATCH.To O .
matter. off most of the top and all the roots be will pay over fifty ,'per cent. per Destroy Ground Moles. '..-.
Except in the most unfavorable'.lo- that I can, with convenience-take a annum on the capital invested if man I am told that a successful South
calities all varieties of the cabbage. hand full of plants and cut them all will co-operate with nature as he em method of exterminating the moleis
family may still be transplanted. All at once). should.I to scrape away the dry earth from
root crops may still be sown. Onion If the, ground is dry they should be know from experience that it is over the run, push your finger into it,
setts may be planted, and those grow- watered, but my ground at that sea- an easy matter to keep a few hogs and drop in a castor bean and cover the
ing from seed transplanted if large son hardly ever needs watering. Then cows, raise the feed to give them' and hole with a shingle or flat stone. Ina
enough and a favorable time be chosen cultivate with a narrow hoe,often and make a pile of manure that will do day or two if. upon lifting the shin-
for the operation. So little labor is very shallow, keeping down all weeds, your heart good to see the effect thatit gle you do not find the hole filled up,
required to sow or plant enough for and grass, and by the first of May has on your garden, farm and fruit may conclude that the "varmint"has
home use merely, that risks cab be your onions nre made. I, have grown trees. you eaten a portion of the bean and is
taken in the family garden that would excellent onions without any fertilizer, But instead of doing this, most dead. It is best to make several holes
not be wise in the market garden.I but I think it will pay well to use people get their dinners, suppers and into the run at various points and
would recommend sowing and suitable manures on such land as I breakfasts out of tin cans, and say drop a bean in each for a "sure ,cure."
planting at intervals where the conditions plant to onions, or, in fact, to any you can't make anything and what is C.W.
are not too manifestly unfavor-, ground not deficient in moisture.I the use of trying. G. H. Eustis,Fla.,Oct. 25th, 1887.
able! and the keeping of a record of will state that I have tried sev- Crescent City,Putman County,Fla.,October .
all operations and their results as a erol kinds of onions that do well at 24, 1887. Judge P. W. White yesterday
guide for future work. the North, but without success. But For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. showed us account sales of Keifer pears
Pease may still be sown, as they will the Bermudas will do well here when What to Transplant.Mr. shipped from Quincy to Birminghamon
stand considerable cold. The dwarf the conditions are favorable, and some Van Epps Howard certainly September 19th. They averaged
varieties have given me the best satis of my neighbors have done very well has had but little experience in the 175 pears to the barrel,sold at$7,and
faction. Sow in double rows two feet with the White Italian Tripoli,Giant garden. My friend, the Tax Collector, netted him $5.05 per barrel, or nearly ,.
apart and four inches deep.. Keep all Rocca, etc., etc., but I much preferthe tried to'raise a crop of beets and onions three cents a pear. The man who #
,growing plants well worked, stirringthe Bermuda to any that I have tried. by sowing the seed and pulling out wants more than that wants the earth. b
surface of the soil with a rake or Will state that I have procuredseed some of the -plants. It needs no The Judge placed on our desk three '"
pronged hoe after every hard shower. of J. Howard Tucker, of San- prophet to tell he will never do so mammoth Keifer pears: weighing a -
Keep all plants growing in seed boxesor ford, for four years and have found again. I never saw anybody in forty pound each. He'picked six pears a few r
cold frames protected from the cold them to be uniformly good, and shall years experience who would thin the ago days that weighed six pounds and
nights that are coming and have a try the same the coming season. I plants enough, and without this is two ounces, and he has bushels upon
...: good supply of seeds and plants on notice that a New York seed house, done one cannot expect a profitablecrop. bushels of them. The Judge has a fine
hand for the spring planting, which also W. A. Bours Jacksonville; claimto Besides the work of pulling up LeConte pear grove, and numeroustrees ,
will soon be here. Sudden changes in have genuine Bermuda seed.I the superfluous plants injures the roots of many other choice varieties,
the temperature may be expected the can see no reason why Florida of the remaining plants, and it is a all doing well and bearing abundant
latter part of the month, and the gar should not grow onions largely for ex useless waste of seed. And here above crops. Judge White takes great in-
dener who would succeed must be on portation to other States during the the frost line, the little onions are apt terest in fruit culture, and will furnish'
the alert. It will be better to waste a spring and early summer months. I to be injured by the cold unless theyare the champion pear of Florida, weigh
little labor and seed than not -to have feel assured that not many years henceit set deeper than they are to grow ing one pound and five ounces, for
a supply of plants on hand at the will be one of our paying crops. at first, and the dirt taken off the little Webb's "Florida on Wheels.Floridian. -
proper time. J. H. S. W. A. BELCHER. bulb in February. Then; too, one *
O 4 DeSoto,Hillsborough Co.. Fla.,Oct. 14, '87. must provide for, (or against) poor The Redlands Citrograph admits
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. (:' .. seed, the loss by cut worms, etc. I that the mercury in Southern California -
Onion Culture in Florida.In For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.Cabbage have held that it was next to impossible gets up to 100 to 110 degrees ,in
accordance with my promise and Potatoes. to transplant melons. But my the shade, and states that there is
(though after long delay), I write youa Recent information from our com- friend, the butcher, who has had a never any rainfall from April to November
brief article for publication) in your mission merchants tells us the cabbageand wide experience, tells me it can be and yet it claims that the
valuable paper on the cultivation of potato crops are very short and done, and in certain cases it will pay. climate is cheap at a thousand dollars .
the Bermuda Onion. .. advises us to plant very largely of Everyone knows that sometimes seedis be an acre. We should think it would

I will state in .the, beginning, that both and to force them all we. 'can. dear and one- does' not_ get.. ;a "good, J -for rendering lard.or cooking coke.

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not especially desirable in bud, but i Would my gentle readers like to and climbers of hardy kinds,' plantedin
:; r namena1 rIOP icultUJ.e.BY when full blown and ita sheeny pink l learn a way of making their Cape Jes the border outside, may be trainedup

petals are covered with dew, or rain, samines,bloom continuously? I'would the pillars. or upon wires, but not r
W. C. STEELE. it is entrancingly lovely. For twenty love to tell them, but I am sure that in such profusion as to make too much
I years this rose has received the loving Mr. Steele must think that if my shade for the plants on the veranda.

Starting Rose Bushes. admiration of thousands, and to-day, flower garden is-as expansive as my Most of the finest Fuchsias are summer
In the department of Ornamental after the lapse of almost a generation, verbosity, it must indeed be a sight blooming, and are especially suited
; it still stands at the head of all roses. Worth seeing, so I will close before I for a veranda. These plants are best
,'Horticulture, last week Mrs. L. H. Emmerson has majestically said : hear his
** "* gavel seen.from beneath, and,if they can be
::Geer alludes to the difficulty of starting Give me ,health, and a day, and I drop.M.:. P. ARNOLD. set where one ascending the steps can

small rises: received from the will make the pomp of emperors seem lookup at them.the effect will be,most
: North, which she attributes to some ridiculous." Paraphrasing this lofty A Good Hedge. Tree. pleasing. Another set of the most
radical defect in the soil sentiment, I might say : give me abed A new tree offered for this purpose brilliant,summer-blooming plants are
a "poison-
of La France roses, and all the. is the jujube thorn,an almost unknowntree. the Cactuses, especially of the genus
one soil, as she has it in the vernacular potentates on earth may attitudinize, From its fruit the confection Cereus, such as the old C. jpeci'onm-

I ) ,and expressive usage of the coun- and strut to tjieir heart's content. known as jujube paste is prepare mus and,its varieties, which produce, ,
try, Is not this an erroneous impres The La Princesse Vera, tea rose, is White, in "Gardening for the South," with little trouble, the largest flowers
; the, finest tea for open air culture that has this to of the of a The
sion ? If it were true the remedy she say jujube plum- dazzling brilliancy. more
I[ have evergrown..In bud, it is the Zizyphus sativax: ample room of the veranda allows of >
suggests would scarcely be effective ideal of, form, and it is so strong in "This has been,cultivated at Augustine the use of much larger plants than |

.. for, rooting cuttings and growing constitution and so fioriforous that I Ga., by Mr. Change, anal by Mr. can be accommodated on the balcony,
\them for a few months in a box would desire nothing better. It blooms Chisholm, of Beaufort, 8. G. Itis, a and Palms, Dracenas, and other large
1 fact is that, if the roses are potted fierce heats of summer, and'the nipping south of ,France, bearing an oval, reddish -.H colds of winter, have no terrors plum, about the size of an olive InterestingInformation..
when received and in the shade
grown for tb is delicately fashioned As
': rose. and enclosing an oblong stone pointedat Among the answers to correspondents -
for a few weeks, until well established I[ am a poor, miserable bachelor, I am both ends. It i is of a sweet,clammytaste in a late number of the American
: and growing thriftily in the pots or not, quite equal to describing its peculiar from which the "jujube paste" is i -
I')boxes, and then set in the open ground, l color, but after consultation with .made. It is served up at the table in Italy Garden we find the following:
a lady friend, I shall no doubt be LILIUM CANDIDUM Aui o-MAR-
"' and Spain winter
but still shaded and the soil-around during as a dry
equal to describe its tints with neat- sweetmeat. The tree is in GINATUS.-This lily is a variety of the
<....,them. well mulched to prevent its getting ness and dispatch. hedge rows about Genoa and grown Nice. common, old-fashioned white lily, with
too hot and too dry, they will What can I say about my prized Seeds have been sent out from the yellow margined foliage. It requiresno
usually do very well. Very few florists hibiscuses? Surely this is a pleasant Patent Office. They, would probably special treatment. It dislikes cod-
or nurserymen will sell ,cuttingsand world to live in, when one possesses 'a require about the same culture as the dling or being frequently disturbed at
variety of these wondrous flowers. pomegranate." the roots, which are frequently wor-
they can hardly afford to do so, They seem adapted to the climate of The shrub is,quite ornamental, andits ried to death by digging and forking.A .
'when they will send from ten to four- Florida as few'imported are. I have tiny white blossoms almost rival loamy, moist soil suits it well, although -

'teen' rooted roses by mail, postage paid, had more questions asked me about the tea olive in fragrance.We like other lilies, it does
!\.for $1. Probably strong, well rooted these flowers than any others in my clip the above from finely in many kinds of soil.
an ex
plants in the i in garden, and visitors who leave it LARGE FLOWERING WISTABIA.It + .-
"H grown open ground change. If the tree will in
ideas in the grow
new to
carry away ,is true that the wistaria exceeds
.this State would be preferable to these'very possibilities of Florida for floricul Georgia ,it would be hardy here and i is in size and beauty in Japan anythingwe

small plants from Northern ture. The hibiicuses are so varied in worthy of trial. We note, however, have yet had in this country,sometimes -
,:,greenhouses." But as such plants ar esuffused color and shape, and so lovely in their that Von Mueller gives the name of single clusters measuring over a

..not to be had, our would-be rose* tints and so persistent in the variery from which the jujubpaste e yard in length, and being produced in
growers their flowering, that those flower- the greatest, profusion. It is not
must take such yet
x; as they can is made Z. and
lovers who have not a few plants as vulgaris, decided whether they distinct
are varieties -
i Uget,.t and do the best they can with should at once become the possessors though he describes several species o f from ours, or the difference is

them.; ",. of some, and I have no hesitancy in Zizyphus, he does not mention the'one produced by climate and cultivation.In .
4' saying that it will prove to be "loveat described Japan they do best
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.. above as Z. sativax.-[ED. growing over
first sight. HORT. water, and the boat-houses shaded by
i Flowers in Pasco County.* The allamanda is a beautiful plant, 4 the giant vines are described as won-
"Come Into the garden, Maud, both in flower and in foliage the latteris
; derfully beautiful. rooted
For the black-bat night has flown; Balcony and Veranda Gardening. Cuttings
Come Into the garden, Maud, very thick and shining, and the The following from the American from the largest flowered specimenswill
I'm here at the gate alone.''
flowers are of a golden yellow, as soon be in this
'! Permit me to indite a few notes in large as the mouth of a trumpet. It Agriculturist is specially,applicable to grown country.

regard to flowers that,I have been ex flowers continuously, and I have had Florida:

perimenting with this year. One of as many as thirteen blossoms on a Balcony: and veranda gardening
the shrubs that has excited more: in plant that was set out in the spring. differ from window gardening proper, 800,000 ACRHS
terest and unqualified admiration than It grows so easily and has so few in being carried on in the open air,, ,
any other, is the Royal Poinciana. defects and so many virtues, that no while the window gardening is upo
Who can adequately describe the sur one who is the fortunate possessor of a the inside of the window. One sees FLORIDA LANDSSituated
passing beauty of this acacia? The : plant will ever be without a,specimen."Oh in our own cities, very little attention n
foliage is very dark-green, and the why should the spirit of more given to balcony gardeningascompar- in the Counties of Nassau Dnval,
pinnated leaves are two feet in length, ,tal be proud ?" It is easy enough for ed with European cities.especiallyLon-, non Columbia, Hernando,Suwanee, Sumter,Alachua, Orange,Lafayette, Vows{Ma-.
.with twenty or more leaflets on either me to answer this question. I am the don and Paris, where the houses are Brevard Monroe., Polk, : sborough, Manatee and
. side of the midrib. The individual 1 proud owner of five Gloire Rayon- generally built with stout balconies

leaves bear a close \resemblance to nante chrysanthemum plants, each as projecting from the windows, as if to: TOWN LOTS
some stately varieties of ferns. For large as the hope of the average politician encourage gardening in them,and on'e *
delicacy and grace the shrub is not for office. When these glorious cannot go far, whether in the streetsof In the Towns of KIssimmee,Winter Haven,
Gordonvllle,Bartow,Auburndale, Lakeland,
equalled by any ornamental flowering shrubs are in bloom, the effulgent sun costly residences, or in those of the Seflher, Mango,Orient,Eagle Lake Haskell
.plant that I am acquainted with, and himself becomes tired and jealous and humbler and poorer people, without Kathleen Pemberton., Blchland, Dade City, dwenabooand
richly merits the title "Royal.: Whenin would evidently like to take a quiet meeting with fine examples of balcony A Map and Descriptive Notes showing the
bloom location of these lands will be furnished
it is of on
a mass coloring
gorgeous vacation. This variety of the noble gardening, which indicate a love for application to the Land Department of the
and, to gaze upon it, fills the Queen of Autumn sparkles and glowsin plants and flowers on the part of South Florida Railroad Company

mind. with delight. the noonday sunand fairly makes the those who dwell within, such as scarf GEO. Fox,
'Were I asked to name a rose that t southern end of my garden a blaze os let geraniums, etc. Veranda gardening
encompasses within its possibilities 'light On five plants last fall I ,affords one more space, and a Chief Clerk,_
every attribute that a rose could pos counted over a thousand blooms, each wider scope,for the exercise of garden- SANFORD, :FLA.

seas, I would unhesitatingly name the larger than a dollar, of the exquisite ing skill,than the balcony. The ver $100 fn $3Dn A MONTH can be made
La France. This rose lies very near quilled shape so much admired and so anda, if it extends across the front of working for us. Agents
.. ; preferred who can furnish
'' horses
',to'my heart, because its charms are so rare. The color is a peculiar yellow, the house, and. the front door is en and give their whole time theb .
1 'apparent to the eye, and its perfume'is '' that dazzles the eye, and the flowers tered from it, affords room for much also.Spare A moments few vacancies may be in profitably-towaa and employed cities.
so''captivating to the senses. 'If is remain intact for weeks. tasteful arrangement of plants. Vines K. F. JOHNSON & C.,
1013 Main $&., liichmend, Va.


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a temperature of from 60 to 65 if i have to be patronized, but time, with j fire except at morning and evening,
ii. :'4 pie Intel'et$. possible.Now reasonable industry,and good manage- :and if one's means are limited, a
for the churn. Take an or- ment, will remedy many inconveniences I stove in the hall will heat the whole
BY MRS E. A. 'HILL. dinary two quart glass fruit,jar, do not common to new settlements. :house. Last winter my husband's
fill it over half full ; screw on the top nearly everything can be successfully :father and mother and my sister spent
E To Contributors. and you are ready for churning,which cultivated here except perhaps wheat. .the winter with us, and although we
Our large family of contributors is done by shaking the jar up and Good corn,oats and rye can be raised, :had every bed-room so arranged that .
have.been having it "all their own I down, or right and, left; a jerky motion besides all kinds of garden truck in ,a stove could be put up, none of them
way" for some time and feel I seems to hasten the process. After greatest profusion, of excellent qual- felt the slightest need of it, preferringto
past, we
all, I don't know but my process is ity and superior flavor. Grapes,pears, sleep in cool rooms and come downto
truly gratified for their interesting reports similar to that of the natives, viz :, plums, pine-apples, strawberries. and the bright fire burning in the parlor -
from various parts. "Letting the children run round the many varieties of semi-tropical fruit, : and dining room fire places. Not
.We think that "out of the mouth of, house with the milk' in a bottle." i such as guavas, bananas, Japan plums one of them had the slightest cold,
many:witnesses" it has been establishedthat But to return to our buttermaking.After (loquatt ), Japan persimmons, etc. though accustomed to sleeping in
Florida is least the particles of butter have be- I have not heretofore been writing rooms heated by steam to 78 and 80
at a habitable come the size of a pea, drain off the letters or using arguments to influence degrees.
(1 place; that it is no hotter than the l buttermilk and pour on cold, anyone to come to Florida; but this One feels the cold outside till the
other States in summer rand water; shake as before; pour off the once I have undertaken to write up sun gets well up, or they walk rapidly -
that insects are :'"not unbearable; water; repeat the process until the Florida as I understand it. My hus- but one seldom hears of even the
1 S that, vegetables will hereas water looks clear and the butter gath- band was doing well in his profession in most delicate taking cold. I spent
II grow, ered; take out, salt to taste, and let it Illinois, also m Kentucky; we had s two winters a little north of here and
elsewhere with care and cultivation; stand a few hours, and, work out nice, comfortable home, and many was greatly disappointed in finding so
and that a cow can be kept here and what little water remains, by dear relatives and friends, but I haveno few wild flowers ; but here every
good butter made, which is an important .. means of a wooden spoon or paddle. regrets, except that my friends are month in the year one can find the
item in domestic economy. We The spoon must be dipped first in so far separated from me. If they most exquisite ones I ever saw.
particularly wish that these boiling water and then in cold, to pre- could only come and see Florida as I Unless one lives near a market they
good vent the butter sticking. If Muriel see it, I feel confident they would, must raise their own vegetables, and
housewives would,send us in their ex- enjoys the home-made butter as I do, without delay, hasten to make it their by judicious management they can
perience in cooking, together with she will feel amply repaid ,for all home. Then, oh, then! my happiness have some every month in the year.
simple RECIPES of any kind available, trouble. MARION. would be perfect. I do not say to any The same vines of lima beans, and
BO that otheis with less experience may Lawtey. Bradford County.. person, friend or stranger, sell out and the same plants of egg-plant will bear
s4 come; but I do say to all, come and for two years if properly cared for.I .
understand how to In For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
see for yourselves. I feel sure, if you think any one coming from the
to?:one of,our correspondents, who asks"how Give Me Florida. visit our part of the State, you cannot North must ask some native Floridianwho
( the housekeepers manage to keep Mrs.E.A.Hill,Editor Home Interest: help being pleased, and as result will has been successful in gardening,
food here," we answer: Bread can be I have read Mrs. M. W's letter. of make this your permanent home. or some Northern man with expe-
kept here in a bread box or in a inquiry in regard to Florida as com- MRS. FANNIE MCFABLAND. rience, and be guided by them, or he
pared with, the North. Orlando, Orange.County. will make a failure at first. Everything -
safe, the same as 'elsewhere, also meatas We came, to, this place November24th is different here; or, they will
well as in Pennsylvania in summer 1875,nearly thirteen years ago, For the,FLORIDA DISPATCH. find here, as elsewhere, discomforts in
time. It is a good plan to cook over !! from Kentucky,but had, previously to A Paradise for Children.Mrs. housekeeping, etc.
perishable food in the cool' of the. 1860, resided in old Fulton and Mc- .E. A.Hill: The servant question is a seriousone
Donald counties, Illinois, over twenty, DEAR MADAM-I have been reading ; the good ones are few and very
evening or over a gasoline stove. In years. We immigrated to Kentncky H. K. P's letter in the DISPATCH, far between.
regard to roaches, we, will publish an for ,health, and for the same reason and as I have lived here four years The summer with us has been. de-
interesting letter soon. In descriptive came to Florida, where our anticipa-: instead of since "last March," I do not lightful; thermometer never over 97
letters will correspondents please bearin tions have been fully realized ; in quite agree with her in thinking that degrees, and almost always a cool
mind our request to "name this portion of the State we have no ma- one must stop enumerating "all the breeze,blowing, the nights perfect for
your larial diseases, except in. the vicinity, pleasant things about Florida" when sleeping. In the sun it has been hot,
counties" We have still
a number of of bayous, hammocks, and water cour-: they admit that it is "the land of and yet Northern men come down and
letters which, though last, are surelynot courses. fruits, flowers and sunsets, of cloud work out all day, and we never hear
least, and will appear as soon!! as Our home is surrounded by clear effects that are simply wonderful, of of sun-strokes or prostration from heat.I .
possible.] We especially desire to water lakes, which seem to modify the I climate that is perfection"-although am speaking of the Apopka region;
hear from our friends in Western, cool temperature of winter, while the, : I think that is admitting a good deal. being further down on the peninsula,
never-failing cool breezes in summer : When I tell you that I came from one we get more of the ocean and gulf
Florida and on the Gulf coast, also imparting a delightful foretaste of the of the most beautiful villages 'in western breeze.I .
from those to the "manor born," that: happy beyond, give a feeling of con I New York and came determined have never been troubled with
is, the natives of this country. Incase tent I have never enjoyed elsewhere., not to like Florida, but only becausemy prickly heat,'but I think if anyone
any recipe does not apper, do not Last summer; we visited Evansville, husband's health at ,that time de- threatened with it will use a bath e,-
imagine it is consigned to the waste Indiana. Chicago and Aurora, Ill;, manded it, perhaps you will give ery evening, of quite'*warm water and
also Fulton and McDonough coun more weight to my opinion when I say, soda, they will prevent it, and whereit
basket. It may be that it is out of ties, same State (our old home), and, I would be very unhappy if I thoughtI is most troublesome, the applicationmost
season, and is held over awhile; keep, Kansas city, Mo., Louisburg, Kan., should ever have to go North again.I efficacious, the benzoated oxideof
right on sending.For and lastly Memphis, Tenn. Our think among the pleasant things,of zinc ointment, used after_the bath,
4. friends were all pleased to see us andentertained Florida is the fact that ODe floes not and in the morning rubbing it, in
j the FLORIDA DISPATCH. us' very handsomely, but have to bundle themselves and chil- freely. This is one of the things ex-
: Directions for Making Butter. we finally tired of this as cold weather dren up for at least five or six monthsin perience teaches.
Editor Home Interests: approached, and sighed for our sunny, the year; no overshoes, overcoats This country presents a remarkable
Having had several years experience home in Florida. J and mittens to be looked after ; no contrast: to the North, particularly in
on a dairy farm in Illinois before My husband spent one yearn' Cal- furnace or stove fires to be run for regard to its healthfulness. I believe
I coming to Florida, in answer to, ifornia and says he found the summer eight months ; no corresponding coal it surpasses every country ;in the worldin
"Muriel's" inquiry in DISPATCH of too hot and dry "; the winter too cold,, bills to pay ; no side-walks to shovel this regard. In this section away
October 17th,for information on but- wet and dreary. and frozen pipes to guard against, with from the hammocks one almost never
ter making, I would say: We have a Here we have no blizzards in winter;' many other of those delightful things hears of a case of sickness, and if thereis
small Florida cow and can make just no cyclones in spring, and no over- attending a Northern winter. If one one, it readily yields to treatmentIt
as good quality of butter from her powering heat in summer; for health lives on a farm, no getting up before is a paradise for children; no chil-
milk as one could ask for. I usuallylet and solid comfort, give me Florida. daylight, no wading through snow dren's disease,such as you have at the
the milk stand from' twenty-four to We have a bearing orange grove, a drifts to tend to the cattle, horses, etc. North. K. W. C.
thirty-six hours according to the tem- grassy lawn, shade trees and flowers, Instead of this, all the cold weatherwe Ocoe, Orange County.
perature of the air; then skim the plenty of milk and sweet butter, every have is generally confined lo the ,04
cream from the milk, being careful to morning from the churn.In latter part of December and a part of Lemon juice will whiten frosting;
get as little of the ,milk as possible all new countries where immi- January.In cranberry or strawberry juice will
with the cream as the butter comes gration pours in rapidly, the supply January with us spring opens ; color it pink, and the grated rind, of
quicker when almost pure cream is, necessities is not equal to the demand; gardening begins. Even in Decem- an orange strained through a cloth..
used for churning; have the cream\o f as a natural sequence the merchants. ber and January one rarely needs any will color it yellow. '


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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Cold Storage. perature after being in cold storage. .of the grower. In the nursery,.little

The question howto market our But the most serious objection to can be done. The trees are "made,"
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor.
oranges 'to the best advantage has the use of cold storage (in case it and the season of shipment not yet be-

Contents. been" pretty thoroughly discussed dur- keeps the fruit) is the fact that the gun. .
FLORIDANA-The Exposition; The Sub- ing the past summer. In the columnsof oranges must be sold in a market Policy vs.t Principle.
Tropical'. 895 the DISPATCH we have had expres I already stocked with fresh fruit, suffering Boss beats the co-operative bush for

VINEYARD ing Grape-Training Vines Grapevines The Niagara;Prun-; The sions of opinion from almost every I in price by the competition after Boodle while Boss'agricultural-annex

,Grape Progress Industry In Grape in Growing.Florida.;..Recent........ 896 standpoint. All agree that the pres.. paying storage charges, or it must be mouthpiece crys loudly "cooperationfor

POKTBY-Origin of Hart's Choice Banana 897 ent methods are not entirely satisfactory kept until the California crop has principle only." Very pretty ; but

THE FABM Banking-Tropical and Grasses Marketing; Sweet;FlourCornPop.com Potatoes yet no remedy has been sug- been sold and then taken out in mid- even 'simple farmers cannot be caughtby

... 898 gested having sufficient practical summer temperature.Green Pecksniffian sycophancy of this
THE GARDEN-The Kitchen Garden t 4
merit to into effectual ef-
Work for November; Onion Culture crystalize Oranges. sort, and Boss' co-oparative effort for
In' Florida; Cabbage and Potatoes; fort. The importance of extending
What to Transplant To Destroy Boodle through agricultural-annex
Ground:Moles...........;.. ............... 899 our season of marketing and at the The State press are indulging in channel falls dead.Whereupon ,
ORNAMENTAL HOBTICULTUBK:-Starting their periodical warnings as to the
time fruit from
Flowers InPasco same protecting our Boss'
Rose Bushes; county; agriculturalannex -
a Good Hedge Tree; Balcony and Ver- folly of shipping fruit'at this season,
frost be
Information injury by seems to impressedupon howls in
anda Gardening... .;..Interesting.... ...... ..-........... 990 I all who have and its ruinous effect upon the market, mouthpiece rage ,
suggested a way and
that those who
HOME INTERESTS-To Contributors; DI- all of which amounts tc-nothing chagrin :
rections for Making Butter; Give me out of the dilema.. From information
worked for forward the
Florida; Paradise. for Children...... 901 The facts are that for the past thirty years to cooperative -
heretofore obtainable it would
EDiTOBiAir-ColdStorage; Oranges; seem
I now crystalizing,
November; Policy vs. Principle; On days oranges fairly colored up and
that this could best be done cold
Table Egyptian Clover Answersto who unlike the of Boss'
our Correspondents.; ...........;....' .. Of.. 902 thereforethe passably matured have been bringing operator
storage and cold is
QUOTATIONS............. 903 storage satisfactory and this agricultural-annex have spent time,
METEOROLOGICAL.......................... 903 one feature common to all plans. prices, as long as and effort in the
PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.............. 903 The of cold condition of market prevails, the money cause,
ARKETINo-Cold Storage........ ... .. .. 904 knowledge storage upon benefits of holding the fruit until it is I: are working for policy and not for
Cold fetorage at Waldo; Cold Storageat which this advocacy ofi its merits has .
Philadelphia 'The Season Opens, well ripened are too far off and too principle.The
Prospects In the Orange and Vegetable been based, was derived from the DISPATCH is included in ,this
Markets......... 905 attenuated to induce the to
Riverside (Cal). Cold Storage Company's grower
ALLIANCE AND UNION-The -Alliance sweeping denunciation and we take oc-
Constitution. The Farmers' Union; allow his fruit to remain on the trees,
of their works
The NationaiFarmers'Alliance:Florida own account casion to say in dismissing the subject
State Farmers' Union; Alliance'' and especially as he knows, from sad ex-
and Union 906 accomplishments promulgatedbefore that we rest .our case upon the inexorable
that in all it will
perience, probability
I THE NURSERY.-Budding;A New Methodof they had been tested a. single
Propagating the Orange .. ..... 907 not bring half as much when it logic of events, preferring.that
) 4 season-from newspaper reports and another and
praises us not our own
reaches The Fruit Ex- .
Mr. A. K. Hammond, formerly from the opinions of many who had perfection. mouth.

with the Times-Union,will take chargeof had little or no experience with it. change and orange dealers generally .
are pursuing a wise course in making "The knocks the
the advertising department of the We publish to-day the results of longest pole per-
na: attempt to check the early'shipment simmons" and if pole isn't the
DISPATCH November 15th ( your
on prox- practical experience with cold storage
imo). Communications regarding ad- from the leading fruit and cold storage of oranges, an impossible thingto longest don't rub your fingers in
do, and are turning their attention and blubber that could
vertising should be addressed to him. men throughout the country. your eyes you
t 4 From this it is apparent: to getting the best possible price in have reached them if you wanted to

'> With this issue we begin a new department That cold storage for is I market, urging merely that fruit of for Sally told you to take a box to.

entitled "AJIhtnce and oranges good size and color only should be stand on. If you can't shove the
yet purely an experiment.That .
sent forward if good prices are ex- other "feller" off his box "acknowl-
Union, as its, legend indicates, "de the Riverside Cold Storage ,

voted to the interests of the Farmers House has not worked altogether sat- pected. edge. the corn."

Alliance and the Farmers Union in isfactory. The high prices obtained at this If you "get left" pull down the

the State of Florida." season every year for oranges of fair "feller" that "gets there"-if you can't

) S4 That this system has been tried by i' quality will encourage the planting of do this accept the defeat gracefully.

We are indebted to Mr. E. G. Hill, the fruit trade' of the country for the early varieties of real merit, of whichwe .
past five with indifferent success.It On Our Table.
years have a number. This is
of Lawty for fine specimens of the especially
is quite posssible,however, that the THE SOUTHERN IMMIGRANT AND
Mino, Masu, Among, Imperial and desirable in the northern part of the
Hya-ash-i Kakies (Japan Persim- recent improvements in the methodsof State where the fruit is liable to CULTIVATOR, VOL. i, No. 1, a six-

mons.) Mr. Hill raised a Tannenashior applying cold storage may fender be damaged by frost if left on the teen page monthly magazine, pub-
it entirely successful. At rate lished by C. J. Ward Chicago 111.
Seedless this season, which tip- any trees after December first. ,
the experiment is likely to be thor .10 and edited by D. Redmond, Jacksonville -
ped the scale at nineteen ounces, beat-
oughly tried this season. A cold November.The Fla. As its name indicates,
ing' our last week's report by two
Next. storage plant is being erected at most important operations for this new candidate for public favor is '
Waldo, and in the principal Northern the month are in the garden. For designed to furnish information about

The numerous applications we markets abundant cold storage facilities the monthly routine in the vegetable the South and particularly about

have received for extra copies of our are offered; dealers will try it- garden see our Garden ,Department. Florida to those who would seek a

issue of October 10th, inst., which cautiously; and a number of commis- Finish!! setting strawberry plants this I home in a warmer climate; as well as

contained the report of the State Alliance sion merchants and the Fruit Ex- months to guide the farmers fruit grower ands

and an illustrated article on change offer to place fruit in cold ON THE FARM the season's work > I stockman in the details of his occupation -
Alfalfa, have exhausted our large ,storage for all who desire it-"at own- about over; cotton is (or should be) in the new home. ,

edition of that issue. We need a few er's risk." picked, cane worked into syrup, for- To all who know Florida the editor's

copies to complete our files, and take In case cold storage is found to be a age cured 'and housed. Winter grasses name will be a sufficient guarantee

this method of advertising for same. success for keeping oranges, it would and Southern oats, rye and barley may, that its pages will be well filled with

-fH- seem advisable that the store housesbe still be sown. Sweet potatoes shouldbe valuable matter, an earnest of whichwe
have in the number before
Egyptian Clover Seed. located in the orange markets of dug and banked; see instructionsfor I Mr. C. J. Ward, the publisher us. 'is

Our second supply of this seed has the country. The fruit could then be this in our Farm Department. well known as proprietor of the

been exhausted. If it proves reliablein sent'forward during cool weather and GROVE AND ORCHARD, where thor. American Poultry Journal, of Chica-

this climate, the Department at placed in store in good condition readyto ough cultivation has been practiced l energy and the high typo.
Washington inform us they will procure be taken out and sold immediatelywhen through the summer, need no furtheculture. r excellence of his publications -
efficient and
more. next season for distribution wanted, saving a long transportation In the orange grove, marketing attractive, mean appearance management<.for the Immigrant

and handling in warm tem- the crop will engage the energies I i/r:; J..At}





,Answers to Correspondents.L. of peaches for, our correspondent's location J. O'O. Blount, of Bartow, says the PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.

W. L., Citra,: I send you a : people of Polk county are becoming

box containing two Japan persimmon, Peen interested and worked up over the CHAS., W. DACOSTA, Publisher,
of different varieties. I am not sure ; Honey; improved prospect of growing fine Cuba, and Su- THE FLORIDA -

of the correct name of either. sorts, such as Florida Crawford, Per- matra tobacco as a staple crop. He DISPATCHIs
a2i-pageweekly devoted to AGRICULTURE,
According to our standard of nomenclature fection, Paragon, Mammoth, Silver urges tobacco growers to come down HORTICULTURE, IKDUSTRT, IMMIGRATION

the larger specimen round Clear, Favorite, Golden Clear, Improved and investigate the lands, soil, etc. and HOME INTERESTS in FLORIDA. ,
Terms of .
He thinks
a large amount of
Indian Blood
flattened, ribbed, seedless and wells etc.; seedlings rich, dark, snuff-colored soil in Polk Dollars per;year in advance,postpaid'
from the Peen-to Bidwell's to any part of the United States or Canada:
flavored, was Masu ; the smaller one, Early, county, which; is peculiarly suited to to foreign countries comprised in Postal

very similar in shape with dark meat BidwelTs Late, Superior, Barr's Daisy, the growth of Sumatra and the finest Union The date,Two when Dollars the and subscription Fifty cents.expires is

and containing seed, was the Zingi; it Wonder, King, etc.; Honey seedlings, grades of Cuba leaf.: Those who have on change the of Address which Label to a subsequent of each paper date, the becomes -

Pallas Climax Homes1 tried it on a small scale find that it a receipt for remittance. No
is, to our taste, superior ,to Masu in etc.; those is sent unless requested. other receipt *

flavor. ripening in May and June are most, grows luxuriantly.; But the, farmers The paper is stopped at expiration of the
; are entirely ignorant as to its- cultivation -i subscription,unless previously renewed.
"More than One," Orlando : Is it profitable. I When a change of address is desired,'both
etc. and desire information
i from the old and new addresses should be given.
injurious to the soil to plow high pine Plums-Kelsey and Improved (native those who have had experience. "- ,
land when it is extremely wet? A Remittances
) Chickasaw varieties. Also
careful, considerate answer to the California farmers with commend- at the risk of the sender unless made by
) above will interest. Botan, Ogan, and other new Japan able enterprise supply us with fruit registered letter or by check, express order,
or postal. order,payable to
!' It injures land to plow it when it sorts. But if the truth must be told, their CHAS. W. DACOSTA, *.
fruit, though beautiful to look Publisher Florida'Dispatch,
Figs-Brunswick- Brown upon,
is saturated with water; this however ; Turkey, Jacksonville,Fla.
has about
as much fruit flavor as a
seldom happens on high pine landsIf White Marseilles, Celestial, Adriaticand pumpkin. Pears and peaches are par-

the soil turns and Black Ischia. T TO ADVERTISERS. >
up light friable ticularly poor. In the nature of

continue plowing but if it falls sodden Persimmons-Seedless, Among,Masu things it must always be so with the The DISPATCH JOURNAL is OF THE THIS LEADING STATE and AGRICULTURAL has a

stop. Hya-ashi. fruit of dry climates. The essential the large United circulation States in and Florida foreign and throughout countries-

H. T. Crescent Apples-Red Astratan and Yellow oils which give fruit their flavor and wherever the interest is turned Southward.
City: Where can flowers their It IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING ME-
I obtain seed of the Texas bluegrass? Transparent are the only varieties we fragrance are most DIUMS IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Estate -
1 largely developed in a saturated atmosphere ,Nurseries, Transportation lines, Banks,
Possibly W. P. Horne, Glen St. have seen here.Cherries Hotels, and those branches wherein it is desirable
Mary be able .-A Placer Miner, Colorado.Meteorological. to reach our winter visitors or our
to furnish
may seed.
will not grow here. 4 rapidly increasing permanent population.
J. H. K., Greenland: Is cauliflowera Advertising Rates-51.00 per inch first In-
profitable in Florida Prunes have not been'tried. sertion; 50 cents per inch for each subsequent
crop ? If ,so, insertion.
what variety is best suited? When Quinces-Apple or Orange,Chinese --.- "0'0 ,

planted and how cultivated? and Champion. .IBq JO''BaA&. _t gd ;---CIS--a m )"o o Preferred Positions,Next Reading or on Cover:
Second. Are onions I"-- 91'819 9 'B.taeV oooo r oo $1.40 per inch first Insertion 70 cents
a ? oooo ; per
crop Apricots Try the varieties .
recommended -a inch for each subsequent insertion.
If so, tell us what kind to plant, and for z 10 per cent.off. on 8 months' contracts.
the South this I .
is M
a *
how to raise them. ; new w 0 ':nPJUIUH o tDU ( ID" on 6" "
Van fruit in Florida and relative meritsof N- 555 fipp' treaJ{ I Ic Q..Q 3O' on 12 II
E. H., Eustis: Will you or CMO o Advertisements MUST be acceptable In

some of -your readers give a minute varieties are undetermined.? The p.3HP .1 I I Q"ecolOct EVERY respect.Address ..

account of how to raise onions from same is true of Nectarines. JQO, i ifl 'A11aoIaA A. K. HAMMOND,

seed in Florida? It is particulars I o o Sic I Manager Advertising Jacksonville Department,,Fla.
Pears-LeConte I
Jefferson .uoI10a.q
KeifFerand ,
want not : w
principles which >
C) o. zwwmzz
seem easy enough to one who knowsall all the Oriental pears thrive;, also -C lJl. I I Bermuda Onion Seed.

about it. I would like to hear a try some of the varieties grown North a:: o. Every garden should have a bed, of
similar sqjpaapunqptre .: these fine onions. Well dried and
description of the cultivationof on LeConte roots.PomegranatesThe. L pa saqouj S.88SS8S :n placed
in a dry loft, they will keep for a
:4 year.
celery U'8JtII'Bl dI1gQ .
cabbage cauliflower !
best sweet and melons, to include a hint as to the best sub-acid varieties obtain.G. G) ar I. cSco GsIt:: to January. J. HOWARD: TUCKER, .
can .
fertilizer for you '
each. a U'B s.;. (QIQ. n (QCO sUtantululi'Q ....
H. G. u'Baw ..
Our correspondents will find the Paisley: Can you give a < a..1 .i .e
that ,. < remedy will kill crickets C a and Tangierine.
desired information .. G) I x w faqq; .:..:g
on onion culturein eat plants off, and then bore a hole o c.. rn..ct H: co co GQ GI2' rn Strong, thrifty buds on sour stocks,

The Garden department of this i is I. in the ground. a.DC. w.WJX'BN' : 1'0...006 ono bh ? co"'m three quarters to two inches in diameter,
sue. Some weeks since usually much smaller.
we publishedinstructions Will some of our readers B A
kindly I Also Noonan Improved or Mobile Straw
for raising cauliflowers.Th favor us with information concerningan <<' .I919mOO'Bg' S.4w4::!: -4.4w 2". '"go!U berry plants at $2 per thousand. .
e subjects are by effectual q-U'BBNI'' giggg 3a'3 w Q WILLIAMS & HUBBABD. *-- '
no "cricket
means exhausted killer. ) !35 Crescent City Fla.

however,and we shall be gladto I .-+ .. -o o ... ... ... ... :. ... ... GaBoG)M 4 ;
New York :.. :. :. ..: t r-
hear Market. -
from others.: / _. i i o- J j G)k 0 Choice varieties of all kinds of Fruit
NEW'YORK, Oct. 29, 1887. .o. .. tJ. 5 ,. Trees. For free catalogue address, -
G. W B., Eustis: H NA:: gf '''t: | ,
;, NDm I 11J
The few arrivals of choice Florida G) ,' H cC GQ) CHAS. KELLER,.
Can you give me a better fertilizer lemons via recent steamers have met IS Q
for Irish potatoes than the following'. with favorable sale; well ripened selling l t= 'g'ii o rx H .. .. ;'

* 500 pounds cotton seed meal 1,000 from $3 to $3.50, and prospects for e A Beautiful Property for Sale on
further advance.
pounds acid Oranges, however, Seeds. Drayton Island, Putnam Co.
phosphate, 500 pounds mostly inferior and selling slowly, prices
c Kainit per acre. Would bone be better range from $2 to $3 per box. Snap Thirty full sized packages of fresh and A ten-acre orange and lemon grove,
than acid phosphate? beans in .demand, Savannahs i reliable vegetable seeds (your choice of fronting 900 feet on Lake George. Price,
gelling '
The best $1.50 to $2 per crate. Cucumbers also varieties) Free, by mail, for $1.00.( ., $4,000, cash. Should purchaser wish to
we know for vegetables in demand. Send for prices-low as' is consistent be relieved from the care of the grove

on sandy soil is that suggested G. S. PALMER. with grade of seeds offered. for one, two or three years, and will allow ,
-..- Special prices to market garden' me to 'use the property as a market
by",Dr. Newman, namely, six parts See Mr. Bours special list .of Fall ers.cJJ; Address, garden, I will take all care of it at my

cotton seed meal], one part Kainit, and seeds this C. C. HART, expense and in addition will pay 10 percent
page. Eustis, Fla. each year on the above valuationas
three ..,..
parts superphosphate.J. rent. W. P. WEIGHT -
F. Conant I Carriage or Wagon Shop. I EF Send postal to Altamonte Nurseries, Drayton Island Fla.;;"",
: am making out an Altamonte .. ,
Orange Co., Fla., for cat t! ', '
order for 582 fruit trees (other the A wood workman master of new or logue. See advertisement. ..sa,: 4 .4
citrus), to bo set between my orange nold, work; with New York city experience j- 1 '.., /: A Home in Florida. '" '

trees and around my house. My land and sober, capable of taking charge: steady ji. Just Received. Your attention is called to the offer of
wishes situation I '
is high pine land. Please inform me Address, a LAMBSDEN In Florida. Florida raised Seed Rye. a lot in Macedonia City, and year's sub-
Northern Seed
the best twelve 320 S. Flores St. San Rye. scription to a leading paper of this State
varieties ,
approved of, Antonio Northern Seed Barley. for $4. Macedonia City is fifteen.miles

peaches, nine plums, six figs, four persimmons 4 Texas. Texas Red.Rust Proof Oats. south of the terminus of the Florida

eight apples, four cherries, Truck Farming. Grass Seeds. Southern R., at Trabue, and overlooks
one prune, three quinces two Seed Potatoes. the far-famed bay of Charlotte Harbor,
apricots, Fine large Cauliflower plants, Veitch's Onion'Sets. the most magnificent sheet of water in
nectarines, ten pears, two pomegranaoo Autumn Giant and Early London, $3 : A full stock of new garden seeds, the South. An unparallcllca offer. For

per 1,000. Tomato plants, ,replanted ,strictly reliable. Catalogue free., copies of paper and for full particulars,
The twice, 5,50 per 1,000. ;. -, ,WILLIAM A : address THE
following are the best varieties HARESFOOT FARM, Kissimmee.:T Fla I HOURS 9. EQUATOR. PUB, Co..,
Jacksonville, Fla: Key West, Fla.




_. -----.-THE_.; FLORIDA "D DIIrPA'' CH. [OCTOBER.31.1887.

as the Riverside cold storage house, storage business in New York City, weather is cool, and there will be no

\\J'1Qlf: ;efu\\ has been described in detail in the particularly the "Brooklyn Bridge bad results, but if they are taken,out
.. Cold Storage Warehouse" which is in the months of May or June I think
Florida wrote follows
papers, us as on claimed to be the largest plant in this it would be disastrous to them.

Cold Storage. August 15th: section. There is no question as to the While we were making inquiry,

.' The bulk of the Florida orange: : cropis We have stored lemons, oranges, I success of cold storage for almost any which elicited the foregoing ,
ready for shipment during December strawberries, melons, lettuce,,aspara- :length of time for meats, game, fish, responses
gus, onions,carrots,etc., for periods of I etc:, or any product that may'be kept we were waiting answers from similar
,? !and January, in .midwinter, when upwards of sixty days, and in every .without injury below the freezing point, inquiries that had been previously

the:great markets of the,country which case the goods were.turned out in per- but there have been no sufficient tests addressed to the Riverside (Cal.) Cold

receive this fruit are. snow and icebound fect order and to the, entire satisfac- that I can learn of with fruits, whichof Storage Company. Repeated requestsfor

? ,. and when there i is less 'demand tion of the owners of the goods. Mr.: I course must be kept above freezing. information
*"*- -I being disregarded we
Hubbard when last in New
Samuel B.
for fresh fruit than at other season McCloskey Bros., leading commission -
any concluded there in the
was a "nigger
. York was all through our stores, and
of the year., Our orange, growers' haveduring expressed himself as much delighted I merchants of New Orleans, on fence," and addressed private partiesin

; the last few years,,tried severalexpedienta with the work we are able'to do. We August 22d, say, regarding the cold Riverside requesting information as

to enable them to hold have a space of about 170,000 cubic storage house in that city : to the practical working of the River- \.
feet, two-thirds of which we use for The cold house in this
back their crop until the market was storage city, side Cold On
Storage plant. September
wore.favorable. But them on freezing, at temperatures ranging from has steadily come into service for the
1"20 to 16-the' balance for cold preservation of fruits and vegetables.Its 2d a correspondent at Riverside ,
the trees entailed too much risk from storage, at temperatures,of 30 to 40. [ advantages: are recognized more writes, his letter evidently being basedon

frost, and packing in sand and other We have, two pontifix mechanics, one every year.Oranges. the. general impression there pre-

methods were found to be either impracticable of which does our work, the other have been stored freely ; vailing in regard to cold storage:
or ineffectual. being a duplicate to insure absolute temperature required being about 480
As far as I can learn, it costs more
safety. and carried for
were safely some
the of the Riverside
,. When account
R.' J. Dean & Co., of New York, is months ; it is thought a good idea to than it comes to, t. e., the cost of keep-
(Gal.) cooling and cold storage ,houseand the most extensive warehousefirm cool fruit before shipping, when trans- ing the fruit in cold storege, the fruit
..Us| accomplishments were given to perhaps ported in Refrigerator Cars. will not sell for enough more to pay
in the United States, their four
the,public for the first time last spring, Vegetables should be benefitted by for this extra expense. (Of course,
cold storage was hailed as the solutionof bonded warehouses covering sixteen cold storage, the only articles in this oranges can be kept in a perfect state
seemed numbers, their two free warehouses line stored here were onions and pota- of preservation from March to September -
our difficulty. It singular, seventeen numbers, and their three toes which kept in good condition. at a cost -twenty-five cents per
however, that a method of preserving cold warehouses thirteen numbers all In Eastern and Western cities, box per month.) Lemons we have
fruits and other products of such great I ; strawberries and all other berries, not had a fair trial with, but,as far as
in New York city. Writing us on has been tried have not satis-
efficiency and value should have escaped with small ,fruits in general, are
August 16th they say: in of about factory. Apricots' have been tried,
the attention of the fruit dealersof placed storage fifty degrees.
We have had but little experiencein Owners of watermelons are tryingthe and have proven perfectly satis-
our great cities. If there was moneyto storing vegetables in cold storagefor experiment, which should prove I factory. Fruit, after being in cold
be made by storing oranges when a longer period than about'a weekat successful.Mr. storage, does not keep well after com-

the market was overstocked, and,hold a time, but we have had plenty of E. E. Higley, of Higley & ing out. There are thousands.of boxesof

ing for higher prices,.why had ,not the experience in storing oranges, lemons Smith commission merchants of oranges now in cold storage in Riverside
experimenting with, and are
and other fruits, and for the past five ,
fruit, men who had the best opportu- years we have been using our present Chicago, writes us August 22d : keeping nicely, put in cold storage
nity for,this already undertaken it? system with perfect success. We have I have read with much interest last winter. I will inquire into the

In.order to satisfy ourselves on this oranges and lemons in now, and in the discussion in the DISPATCH and matter more particularly and report
point,. feeling 1 that any enterprise of'this two months from now we will have your comments thereon. I am with you later. .
character should" be based on many thousand cases of California for cold storage, but I think the On the 8th of September he writesagain

something more than peals, etc., etc. We have kept fruitsin houses should be located at the dis :
newspaper'Leports store for over six months in prime tributing points and the fruit sent
I find that cold is
a grand
information storage
and to obtain more definite -
and have heard them loads when in
condition, no com- by car perfect
humbug. I know of three carloadsof
about cold storage, we have plaints,of them not standing up well shape, and keeps till trade demands the rotted on the; to the
taken some pains to interview and correspond -: when they were taken out. We store goods for immediate consumption.A. Eastern grapes markets, and several way other

,with leading men,_experiencedin more fruits in cold storage than al- H. Barber, a well known com- carloads damaged. Orange rots very

this matter, throughout the coun: the other dealers houses in the country&,Doe and mission merchant of Chicago, says, quickly after coming out of cold stor-
such as Dudley, Clapp ,
date It is not for a certainty what it
try. market who under of September 6th: age.
of West Washington "
is "cracked be. hear
.The reluctance of fruit dealers to handle, more goods in that line than, Your favor of the 30th ult. to hand up to You
the all the
of other houses tell and noted in regard to cold-storage for through papers of grand
place confidence in cold storage may a,dozen can you fruit the of
successes handling by use
bdue' I" in some measure to the fact that how we.keep fruits. We have many oranges and lemons. I will say in, cold storage (you don't hear.. of the
times seen fruits taken out of our. reply that personally I have made no
some years ago it was extensively and stores.and sold for two, three or even test of it, but I know the experienceof failures). You can keep oranges all

generally tried, and.pronounced a fail- five times what they cost when the, several merchants who have triedit. right, but? after they come out whereare

ure. This was under the old or. ice .market was glutted. There; have been They would sweat very badly after you
system'" in contradistinction to-the new big profits made by dealers here sometimes being ,taken out of cold-storage, consequently Messrs. Griffin & Shelley, of River-

chemical Snow & ,storing Florida oranges. they would get out'of con- side, one of the most extensive dealers
or. dry-air system.
Boston One of the most prominent and most dition very quickly. This has been in oranges and other fruits in Southern i
Co. fruit dealers
leading of tried both on lemons and oranges,
'write under date of August 15,.1887: extensive orange growers of this State, about five years ago, and I do not California, replying to our inquiries

Your several papers with notices of writing: Mr.Moremen on August 15th know of any one who: has tried it under date of October 1st, say:
refrigerator of takingcare says: since. Most of the goods which we Your favor of 20th :Jult. received.
your process
of your fruit, are received; and I have read your articles in the get through the summer are put into We tested the cold storage business
DISPATCH. I difficulties in cellars which closed pretty thoroughly here !last season
we judge that you are in real earnest see some our are kept up
about. this matter,,and would 'suggest the way, but.on the whole am favor very close and kept at a temperatureof and are so well satisfied with it, thatwe
to you, to be very careful,about secur- ably impressed. I con-. about 50 degrees, and the fruit do not intend to have anything
ing refrigeration for fruit.. The mat-, fesjLto some doubt as to whether seems to keep in better shape than more to do with it. Raisins and

.,ter of ice,has gone by, and. the.future oranges taken out of cold storage and when it is put into ,coldstorage.I lemons only kept moderately well in
'.pr ocess refrigeration must;be.chemi- placed in the hot poorly ventilated think there would be. no trouble, cold storage, and our customers, the
.cat Before making any definite hold of a steamer would keep well. and J have quite made up my mind wholesale fruit trade of the United

arrangement: we would advise'you to The published reports of cold storage this year to try the experiment and States, reported that the fruit did not
investigate this matter thoroughly and shipping in refrigerator cars from put in some Florida oranges; that is, stand up after being taken from the

,. b The Brooklyn Bridge Freezing. and California appear satisfactory, but 1 I when the market is glutted, and hold. refrigerator cars. Of course the,thin?
should think it wise to have more reliable them until they are scarce again, is an experiment all around, and u
:Cold! Storage Company, of New York information than can be had They can be kept at an even temper*. may turn out to be a better thing than

whose extensive establishment operating through ,newspaper reports. I have ature of about 45 degrees, and taken we think for.

on the same plan and principle I taken 'Q pains. to look into the cold out in February or March. when the I A. J. &D.C.'Twogood. ,another'ex1M : -

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", 31,1887..| d..l' -- =THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. '' ''' ., ,- .r .._ '.905


tensive::Riverside! firm of packers and The cold storage room -will contain dition of our market and outlook for '
care,in the and packing of
100,000 cubic feet of and will early shipments of both _and gathering =
shippers of fruit, say:'(October,). space, oranges either their
or as
be for the of to that few
large enough storage vegetables occurs\ me
YAQr .lav.or pf September 23d islle'9Q attractive invites
an package always
40,000 crates of oranges, or other arti- general remarks might be of interest
us,, enqulringconce i >n1ngcold attention, and thus secures a customer.
cles taking the same amount of just now, especially to'the and
'Storage;'and we regret to have.to re- up all the of the
During gluts past,seasonI
space. This large room :will be sub- shippers! of Florida produce.Late .
Pg1unl'anQxably.; have found that article
a superior
divided into twelve smaller in the I had
ones summer
W.e put in 3,650 boxes between with sale.
i -* which will be from 22 by 25 feet to letters of inquiry from shippers in different always met '
April 5th and May -21st, and lost For the benefit of the Florida
25 by 43 in size, all to be the uniform parts of] the State relative to ship-
I about 100 J.boxes-from-decay then they that be
pers, they may kept promptly
height of nine feet. The pipes will the matter of putting out an early
did .not.keep on the roads or after arrival informed as to ,our market and its
be the sides of the rooms of they having been
run along crop vegetables,
like well those I
anything as sudden will
and through these the cold brine will encouraged to do so from the fact that changes, again resume
shipped at the same time direct from telegeaphic reports in the next issue
the sparking house. :We.have lost be forced by a pump. The temper- some early crops were forwarded to our of the.DISPATCH.
ature of these rooms will be kept from market in the latter part of October and
enoughto satisfy us of the entire November' last. which realized With ,many thanks to the DISPATCHfor
40 45 above which
to degrees zero ( )
,,wortblesanefia: l .of the whole thing. he"besttime year the courtesy shown in i its valuable
has been demonstrated to be the best profitable prices the product of our
to sell \is when-they columns and also
oranges to my patrons
home Island and
for preserving all perishable articles. gardens on Long
are iin i \their best condition use and Florida for
throughout ,
been off the many
Electric thermometers will be placedin Jersey having cut by
any attempts at prolonging: their life'ill"be each room, which will be connectedby frost, and I think this induced a larger favors, and with the fullest assurance
,.. a failure.. 1 that their interests in the future will
o wires with recording dials in the planting of early crops and we therefore
While in New York.a short time office. These not only record in ink anticipate much heavier ship- be'''orotected ,to the best of my ability.G. .

.15ince,,through the -courtesy ,of Mr. and automatically the temperature of ments the present fall and coming S. PALMER.
166 Reads St.,New York,October 19,1887.
Day,. of-the well known firm'of'Sgobel the rooms at all hours of the day and winter than heretofore during those

& ,Day, fruit importers,and agents,of night,.but can be so arranged that the months. From the inquiries we are PIANOS ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS
difference of a degree in the temperature for ,
'the' Florida: Fruit Exchange and the already having new vegetables, ,
of the rooms will set a bell ring- canned somewhat .
goods being higherthis Genuine
..California ;Fruit Union had the Bargains.
we which will its tintinabu-
: ing, keep up season than last, I therefore feel -
pleasure of meeting a number of'lead- lations until the temperature is justified in giving encouragement to

ing commission merchants, buyers and changed to the degree set.on the dial. the shippers, that they may expect Being Sole Agents In the South for f';

importers of fruit in: thatmarket.1; We Fruit will be placed in these rooms fair prices for any shipments of snap CHICKEBINQ, MASON & HAMLIN, MA-
from December until the close of the THUSHEK, BENT & ARION ,'
beans, cucumbers and egg plant from
took to obtain
pains an expressionrfrom
:. fruit season. It will be packed in this time. The demand, however, for PIANOS
these gentlemen on the value ofcold crates and barrels and in these ,
placed these goods is limited, as it is only our
l storage; for oranges. They said, rooms, where the temperature will be fancy markets that use them and ,they

and'there was no dissenting voice to gradually reduced' to the standard will pay good prices, if choice, as they ORGANS,

the generaL opinion,,that although the adopted. It will remain in these cold must have something of this natureto
vaults from hoursto
storage twenty-four give their places an attractive
fruit might'keep' while in storage, it ap
,. four or five months. When ship- pearance. PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.,

Tfpuld not keep well when, taken pers desire to ship by refrigerator cars The above mentioned vegetables are Everyone given benefit of oar one price system
"out, and ,even if it should "stand 'up"that and wish the temperature reduced be- all that could be shipped here at any and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy
terms of ,and of
payment payment freight assumed -
it would not sell in a, market fore starting their fruit, the crates will profit, as the market is yet well sup- by us to Purchaser's, nearest R. R.or

filled i : with'resh fruit except at a_:veryrice.i be subjected to this cooling process for plied with all other kinds. steamboat landing.
from twenty-four to thirty-six hours. The few arrivals or oranges have -

lQ'Yr" .S >" the great mass of the fruit will be long but little merit and connot be disposed -
storage, however. Placed in the vaults of VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS, AC-
Cold' Storage at Waldo. advantageously, as they dp
S during the fruit season, it will be keptat not suit the trade.I CORDEONS '
It, seems Waldo is to take; thelead -
this uniform degree of temperatureuntil presume, however, that there will
) in providing cold storage. for the and and aU kinds of small instruments offered at
spring summer months, soon be some matured fruit to come lowest prices. Send for our Illustrated cata-
oranges.,- "" We find the following 'account when the decreased quantity and in- forward, of good quality,but trust that logue. ,
\ of the cold, storage warehouseand creased demand will make prices much shippers generally will not hurry their -

ice factory that is to, be erected,_at better than when the fruit was first fruit forward until it has attained its Artist Materials f'1-' .

that",, place in a, daily cotemporary. picked. sweetness, and sufficiently colored 'to Picture Frames. ,r',
thousand dollars will be the .
Forty be attractive to the consumer. The .-.
The works are.to; be ;scpmpleted' ,and In cost of,the plant, of which $20,000 is Jamaica fruit is now coming forward, Fine Pictures .

running order by December 1st: subscribed by resident stockholders of and is sufficient to supply the present Fancy Goods, *

The machinery has already been Waldo, the remaining portion being demand. I note the arrival of a small Albums, Stationery.We .

constructed, and only waits for a cov- taken by the company putting in the shipment of grape frnit, that was inviting can save you money in anything in
Music, Art or Fancy Goods. Write ,for
*. ring to' protect it from the weather, plant. in appearance and sold at fair prices. -us.

"before-being 'shipped to that point. -H prices, and also some smooth, thin- 1

.The building that will be put up in Cold<: Storage in Philadelphia. skinned, bright lemons found buyersat

Waldo is to be wooden, with a brick Messrs. Pancoast & Griffiths writeus favorable prices. LUDDEN &. BATES.S, M.H.

boiler house. It will be two stories that they have perfected arrangements As the shipping season is so near at SAVANNAH,
4c and will cover a lot 62 by 229 feet. to store and keep oranges, etc., hand, it may not be out of place for ,

The rooms where ,the machines for in "dry.air cool rooms," at an expense me to suggest to the shipper (if he has

'iJ making ice and for cooling the storage to the, shipper of about ten cents per not already done so), to look back PABLO BEACH.

) rooms will be placed is ,to be 50 by 61 box per month, 'according to quantityand over his records of past seasons' as to
feet,in size, and will contain when all time. what markets,houses or other mediums -
Jacksonville and Atlantic, R'y,.Co.
the machinery is in place, two ten-ton The (cold) temperature of these have served him the most profitablyand
and one twenty-ton ice machines. rooms is more easily regulated than sotistactorily, and then make his SEPr. ,13;1887.

These are known as the Harrisburg the (warm) temperature of our resi- plans as to what disposal and to whom'he WESTW. ARD.

absorption ice machines and producecold dences, and is kept much more uniform.It will intrust his shipments the com- No.1 No.3 o.5 No.7
by the expansion; of'liquid am- is the culmination of experience and ing eeason'and then look up his sten- Ar Jacksonvt.ll. .._.__.._ 8:20 3:50 1:50 8:20
monia. Coils of pipe are carried into invention in securing a uniform, cold, cils to be used, and place them where LvPablo._.....: ...___. 7:35 3:00 1:00 5:80

: a brine tank, and through these the dry air for the preservation of raw pro they may be readily found when EASTWARD.

liquid ammonia is forced by the,power duce. needed. In this way:he will be better No.2 Na4 N 0.6 No.8

of, expansion. These coils of pipe, < prepared to meet the'"strange ands Ar Pablo...__.........__ 10:50.A.K 5:00 P.K 2:30.6:30 P.x P.K
running as they do through the tanks For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. unknown solicitor" when he calls, and Lv Jacksonville..10:00 5:50 8:3> 7ID

filled with brine, reduces the temper THE BE AS9 .,:qPENB. can answer him' that "he has already Trains No. and'1 run daily. Trains 3 and 4
run daily except Sunday. Trains 5,6,7 and 8
ature of the liquid to about sixteen decided as to the destination of hi .run Sunday only.
degrees. This brine, in turn, is forced The Prospects in the Orange and crop." .. JULIUS Superintendent HAYDEN,

I through other pipes in coils to the cold Vegetable ,Market. Would advise using the standardbox \ To introduce our

'storage room, and through,this agency From the fact that I have receiveda for oranges, and also the regularcrate Grand Gif wonderful Self-
c the ,..temperature is reduced to any:de- few shipments vegetables and or- for vegetables. A Operatiner GIVE 0 Eaway Washing In every M:ichine town.we'will Bestin

.greetthatexperiencamayd.b s1:for anges already from1 Florida; and am Shippers are fully informed as to SEND the: World.FOIl 0VTui No labor the or rubbing.'

the preservation of the articles stored.. daily receiving inquiries as to the con the importance of using all possible .MMtlouul Cu., 23 Dey M., N. Y.OcroBER .



..!one j -'"- ----THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. [OqroBEB 31,1887.

Florida State Farmers Union. Alliance and Union Items.

Alliance and ifiiion: R. F. Rogers, president of the above There will be a "gathering: of the i TI RE NEWS-ElliD

organization, is also editor of the Ban- clans," at Live Oak, onSaturday: No-
" Devoted 'to the interests of the Farmers' vember 5th, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to ,
Alliance and the Farmers' Union in the State ner of Liberty, of Live Oak, Florida.In hear speeches of representative men of FLORIDA'S GREAT DAILY,

of.. Florida. the last issue of his paper he speaksof the Alliance and the Union. DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS.

The Alliance Constitution.The the Union in this wise: It is an The Southern Mercury, published at Published at Jacksonville, Fla.,'

last issue of the "Florida Farmer organization composed of the actual Dallas, Texas, official organ of the Every Day In the Year.'

,' Alliance official for this tillers of the soil, and none are admitted Alliance in Texas, was endorsed as
organ into its membership who have the National organ of the order by the HAYET3 THS JLui4J8IV VBJLXCHIBX OT THB >7UX1
State of society which it takes : recent session of the National Alliance
its name, contains 'the full text of the any interest conflicting with that of I at Shreveport, La. UNITED PRESS DESPATCHES.INCLUDING ,
Its aims and objects are to
constitution and by-laws adopted at and the general in The Southern Oultivator a lead. A SPECIAL
promote protect
. the session of the State Alliance.It of the South SABLE News SERVIOB)
recent terest of the farmer and truck growersof Ing agricultural journal ,
is too lengthy for our columns, but the State of Florida; to secure to has added an Alliance department; FROM FOREIGN LANDS.

should be in the hands of every present them .and their posterity the rights which will increase its popularity, the FLORIDA STATE NEWS .
and of controlling the Cultivator is always found on the right
privilege priceof .
member of the Alliance
or prospective their products; to train that class of side and abreast with the spirit of re BY WIRE AND MAIL A SPECIALTY.
in fact in the hands of
every form and
in school of that progress.
men a rigid economy The nCESBITr of haying in Florida a clean.
. farmer. Send for a copy, addressing they may be able to avoid the mort- The South has plenty of cooperative honest, straightforward metropolitan daily newspaper -

Oswald Wilson,editor,Marianna,Florida gage and credit system, and establisha Agricultural Associations, Pa- devoted toDEMOCRATIC
.' cash business between the agricul- trons of Husbandry, Agricultural UNITY AND SUCCESSand

., ... 4 tural and commercial world. They Wheels, Farmer's Relief, Farmer's Al- the proper representation of the State's: businessinterests
For. the FLORIDA DISPATCH. propose to wage war against no indi- liance. If they were ,all consolidatedinto ,caused a large number of wealthy citizensto
The Farmers Union.It viduals, but against monopolies and one, it would be better for the form a Joint-stock company to that end.and by
uniting the two dailies, the MORNING NEWs'and the
seems to me that this\ organization moneyed syndicates formedto control farmers, and by reason of stronger or- HERALD providing an abundant capital new material
promises more for the benefit of the prices and speculate on the pro ganized numbers, more good could be ) and a competent staff of professional journalists
ducts of the farm, the Union will op accomplished for the relief and ad- they have afforded the people of Florida a
Florida farmers and fruit
growers vancement,of our agricultural inter- Representative Daily Newspaper, ,,
than anything I have heard of in pose.The operations of the( Union for ests.-So. Live Stock Journal. that is a benefit and an ornament. to the State t to

years, especially if they will take hold their own protection will be secret. The State Wheel of Kentucky and which it Is devoted.

of it heartily and band together like The membership fee is 25 cents. the. National Wheel], Tennessee, sent THE DAILY NEWSHERALDHas
The quarterly dues is 25 cents accredited to the National
brothers to work for their own inter per duly delegates the Acknowledged
ests.We have too long been the quarter.Female. Alliance. After a consultationwith
members no fees or committee of the Alliance LARGEST CIRCULATIONIn
prey of lawyers, doctors, sharps, rail- pay a ,
these two organizations came into and Florida.SUBSCRIPTION .
road monopolists and others, who live dues.A
by their wits ; who seem to think that member is not to extend the benefits I adopted the work of the National PRICES! .
of the Union to any outsider. i Farmer's Alliance and Co-operative
farmers will always "shake the bush"and One ........'..$8.0O
they will "catch the bird;" who The Union expects for another sea- : Union, thereby making them a branchof Six Months.................? 4.0O
are quite sure that they will always be .son, by avoiding the cridit system, to this organization. So the Alliance Three Months.......................... 2.00
the "hammer, and farmers will always be able,to establish a cotton exchange, marches grandly on, capturing State One Month......... .7. Ii
be the anvil" or to adopt the bulking system, which after .State.-Florida. Farmer's Al SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN" BY ALL RESPONSIBLE KEWSDEALERS.

By all means let the good work of will bring the manufacturer direct to liance. ,

organization go on, so that all the the producer, thus saving to .the man October 14th witnessed the meta- THE. PEOPLE'S, PAPER.
world and the rest of mankind" will who bears the burden to make the morphosis of the West Florida Enquirer Many people residing at a distance from daily railway .
know that farmers demand and will cotton the middle-man's profit, which, which now appears as the communication do not care to take a daily)
in dollars and cents is worth the notice newspaper. For these and others la published
have their legitimate share of this Florida Farmers' Alliance, and is
world's goods.. M. C. and effort of the farmer to get, whichis published, as before, at Marianna. It
Mandarin, Oct.21st,1887. as follows; One pound of lint S. I. is under the able direction of Oswald Weekly News-Herald

I cotton makes three dozen spools of Wilson as editor, and as the official ,
The National Farmers Alliance. No. 50 thread, which usually sells at organ of the State Alliance will be OUT EVERY THURSDAY
The first National Farmers Alliance wholesale ,at fifty-seven and a half particularly valuable to all Florida Containing! the cream of the matter published In
the daily during the preceding seven days.
convened at Shreveport, La., on cents per: dozen, and retail to the farmers. The paper is to have a new

the 12th inst. About one hundred farmer at five cents per spool, or sixty electrotype head, and promises to be One Dollar a Year.
cents per dozen. Three dozen spoolsat both neat, in appearance and a credit .f.ddf'UI,
delegates were present representingthe sixty cents per dozen makes one editorially to the backers of the en- i
following States: Mississippi, Ar- dollar and eighty cents per pound for prise. T. T. STOCKTON, Business Manager,
kansas, Florida, North Carolina, Ala- the cotton !after manufactured. The P.O.Box"D.J'aek8Oft11'lll ,\FZa.
bama, Louisiana, Missouri, Tennessee producer Jets- eighteen cents t From the Jewish Free Press, St. Louis
per Mo. 29th 1887.
and Texas. April ,
We "
Delegates were from the pound. can reasonably supP"sethat The efficacy of Patent :Medicines is the Buy Direct from the> Factoryand
present sixtytwo cents will manufacturethe exception rather than the rule.-We
Agricultural Wheel of Kentucky and one pound of cotton into thread, mean that beneficial results from their Save Money.
the National Wheel of Tennessee, and .then there is a margin of one dollar use are very rare indeed. However this Special for the South. *
agreed to accept as a basis of union, pound profit.Is may be, we are prepared to give our tes-
timony in favor of Shallenberger's Anti-
the adoption of the secret work of the
it not plain and simple to understand -
dote for :Malaria. Our endorsement is
Alliance and the National Constitu that somebody makes money off not based on personal experience for; rys t
tion of same, each State retaining such of the farmer's labor? No one man thanks to kind late, we enjoy exemptionfrom '
name as they now have if they desireto can help it, but fifty thousand men sickness; but a dear friend tell a
do, BO.The victim to Malaria, and spent a fortune in
who grow thirty-five thousand bales of fighting its wasting influences. It remained -
following officers were elected: cotton, coming ,together in union and for us to ,be his physician, and
President; W. Macune, Cameron, speaking as with the voice of one man, we prescribed Shallenberger Antidote,
Texas; Secretary E. B. Warren, Waco, their voices will be heard and they and our first essay at 'doctoring" was
Texas; Treasurer, A. Gardner, Dresden it. Be successful. We recommend this :Medicine -
can help discouraged, son
to accomplish all its claims viz.
Tenn.; Chaplin, J. C. Jones, of the soil, a better day is dawning prevent and cure Malaria. '-
Ruston, La.; Lecturer, Ben Terrell, upon the long staple cotton. growers of -V: rya
Sequin, Texas; also Vice.Presidents Florida. "In union there is strength &*& SCOTT'S, PURDEY'S,
for each State and the usual subordi i Wesiley KIchards'.
Gl U N Parker'gColt'0Green-
nate officers. In Texas the Planter's Alliance is A ler'8' Smith's, and all
The most business transacted the local other make, breech-
rapidly absorbing organiza loadIng Double Guns,
S was the adoption of the reports tions gotten up heretofore, for the colored 810 up to 8300
Now In stock a lot of Second-Hand Gang drcutarfree
from the Committees on Cooperationand people. Its business features and some of highest grade. Bargains! which AG E NTSTIIUltfated *.and proof ofTJre that
on Demands. working is in strict accord with the stamps will soon for be Illustrated taken up.catalogue Send and six cents second-in' new MotherHome h made selling cur

The next meeting will be held at Farmers Alliance, and is therefore an hand list. Cut this out, Sure. and D.D.,Heaven 82.7 i also,180,000, 1O.OOO sold. Edited Cariosities by T.L.or Gorier the

Meridan, Miss., in October,_1888. ally of that grand organization. 107 Washington WJH. IlfcAD St., Boston Ac SONS, Mass., Bible srated,8a Introduction' E.B. by j.AT.H.Vincent m Broadway D.D..Jllns-L Y.



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.OcToaEI;, 4 31,1887.1. ,. ?,-*!*<",, *, ."- ,-t.-,. -THE FLORIDA- DISPATCH. 917;':

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PEENVTO; ,HONEY,PALLAS, FLORIDA One of the oldest In the State,keep pace with the times. Our stock is home-grown and

DISPATCH. QRAWFORD, BIDWELL'S and other of the best. Our prices are as low as the lowest. We have all the varieties suitable for the ,
PEACHES; KELSEY and other PLUMS; trade,such as are advertised by. other nurseries in the State. We warrant entire satisfaction

Budding. JAFFA, MED. SWEET, -WASHING. NA- Send your name for new catalogue and price, list.' ,

1 question of budding nursery Proprietor,
stock l"RF' FNT CITY n.'"M
by patented and other

appears to be a growing one, I would ORANGES; BELAIR, VILLV FRANOHA A.NTHONY NURSERIES .

3 suggest another plan that I find very and SICILY LEMONS\ ; OTHER CITRUS .
successful,viz: Cut a part of branches ; Offer to the public a full line ofNTJESERY
from a row of nursery trees, insert POMEGRANATES,BANANAS,LOQUATS, GENERAL STOCK

the bud where the branches have been OLIVES, MELON SHRUBS, UMBRELLA ,
Consisting of ORANGE TREES of choice varieties from one year bud on four-year-old
cut away; when the buds have taken, TREES,etc. stock to bearing trees. price to 'suit the times. Including the celebrated
cut off the tops two or three inches A. M. MASTVIILUE] & CO, MADAME VINOUS, three and four year buds;,fine.two-year-old SAT-
HUM on four-year-old stock-three year buds KING ORANGE etc. etc.
above the bud, but leave on the Lakeland and Drayton Island,Fla.Profit Also a choice assortment of PEARS on LeConte stocks. LECONTE PEAR one,two and
three years. APPLES suited to Florida on I'eConte stock.
I brances below the bud that maintains ] in Fruit Culture. PEACHES,including FLORIDA'S OWN,sport from Peen-to;choice shipping variety:
t an equilibrium between root and oblong in shape; very early and very prolific. EARLY CREAM, a choice early seedling or
KELSEY and other valuable Plums. 25,000 Chinese strain. BIDWELL'S EARLY, THE WONDER, PEEN-TO, HONEY etc. KEL-
branch ; after the buds have grown LECONTE,KEIFFER and other Pears and REY PLUM on Plum or Peach stocks. BOTAN OGAN, BOTANK1A, MARIANNA, eta
out and hardened cut off the branches Apples LeConte stock. All the valuable JAPAN PERSIMMONS. GRAPES-the leading home varieties: SCUPPERNONG and
Oriental and Southern Fruits. CAMPHOR CALIFORNIA varieties. ADRIATIC and other Figs. PECAN and other Nut bearing trees.
that had been left on. No patent TREES, OLIVES, PRUNES. Nut Trees of TEXAS UMBRELLA, FORNIAPEPPER TREE,a beautiful shade tree. GOLDEN.
ARBORVIATIE.and choice two-year-old.roses. Catalogue free. '
I wanted on this. P. C. MINNICH. HOGS. Seeds of Forage Plants. Highest
quality,lowest prices. Valuable informationin ,
Waldo, Fla.,Oct. 8th,1887.
illustrated catalogue free. Anthony Marion County, Fla.
A New Method of Propagating Waycross, Ga. }

! Oranges. Pears Grown from Cuttings. Well tested and approved varieties of the ORANGE and LEMON and other Citrus Fruits
Matt Coleman, of New Lake, Lake LeConte,Keiffer and Sand. Bartlett Law- QUATS, POMEGRANATES, BANANAS, PECANS, and, ";:-"
son, tiekel, Smith and Garber on LeConte
county, Florida, writing the Pacific Root. Strawberries adapted to Florida, Ala- GRAPE VINES,Florida grown,of well known varieties, found to be suited to the'soil
and climate of Florida.'
Fruit Grower under date of bama and Georgia: Hoffman, Warren, Noon -
August an and Noonan Improved. Peaches: T'een- Send for catalogue O. R THACHER Manager, ',,

10th, 1887, says : I learn that Cali to, Honey, Southern Beauty and others. San Mateo Fla..
Plums: Kelsey's Japan.Mariannaandothers.
fornia and Arizona fruit growers are Pot grown strawberries on special order only.
importing non-bearing immatured GEO. G. GIBBS FLORIDA GROWN PEACH TREES
Tallahassee Nursery,Tallahassee,Fla
young seedling orange stocks.. Florida Send for Catalogue. _

settlers have done the same, and some Kelsey Japan Plums, Olive Trees, Oranges, Figs, lemons,Pecans,

I of them still Nurseries of Lake Weir Co. By the dozen,hundred or thousand,also a full supply of other Nursery stock adapted to
are'probably doing so. 100,000 Orango and Lemon Trees, Florida. and the Gulf States. Am now booking orders for Fall delivery season of ,
I desire to readers 188788. Write for Prices. Catalogue free on application.
give your some Our trees are very thrifty,three and four .
information which has much surprisedand year old stock,%to 1inch diameter,with GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES, ,
one year old buds. Nurseries easily acces-
interested the fruit growers and sible to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for G. L. TABER, Propr.,Glen St.Mary,Fla.

nurserymen of this section. It is a Catalogues.. AddressE..B.FOSTER,Manager BAY VIEW I NURSERIES I : :'
system which supersedes and is so far dec21-ly; South Lake Weir.Fla. :

superior to present and previous ONE MILLION CHOICEST VABIBHEStOF ,

methods of propagating the orange as Fruit Trees, GrapeVines
Budded and Lemon Tree s {
to place the new beginner, in four or Plants. Strawberry Etc. Orange

five years, ahead of those who had a Selling low at Tropical and Semi-TropIcal Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants. Trees strong and well rooted. .
E Willow Lake Nursery. and especially adapted to outh Florida ;'
ten years' start. The plan consists Descriptive catalogueand An.inspection is invited. ,inquiries by mall promptly answered. Catalogues sent free
simply in propagating from the ma price list mailed free on application. R. D. HOYT, Pay Vif>w. H111 borough Co.. Fla.

tured tree root of bearing ,age, which on Sam'l application.H. Humph.Marsballville Address. ROYAL PALM NURSERIES. .
has never been obstructed by the bud ,Ga. : ,

of its own or any other variety. This
GRAPE VINES Rare exotic plants of all descriptions for summer planting. Rare and new fruits.
discovery was not arrived at by me
Palms,Acacias, Agaves,Aloes,Cacti and Flowering Plants. A general line of Citrus Trees.
accidentally, but as the result of fifteen -
suitable for Florida.
Suited to the Soil and,Climate of Nursery
years close work and study. Price catalogue (of 93 pages)15 cents,postpaid. Mailed free to all customers.
I have now growing trees raise KEA8ONKR BROS.,

this Manatee Florida..-',,,
by which bearind
t system are GROWN AND FOR SALE AT

'" oranges not to be excelled in quality San Luis and Andalusia Nurseries GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. ;

by any I: have met with, either native ,

or foreign. The keeping qualities of TALLAHASSEE, FLA. LEMON AND ORANGE TREEST
this fruit is most excellent, improving Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy locks.

I with age. The orange is a blendof Send for Catalogue also,for Price and order List of early. Send, Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line '
ruit Trees suitable to Florida Address, '
the Bitter-Sweet and Sweet Seed-

ling, not from the bud, but from the FLORIDA WINES. AARON May '83 ttLake'TTARR., Georgetown

seed allowed to fifteen and
grow years
\ mature fruit, after which it is propagated Pineapple Plants for Sale. Georgeu.rserl.es:

from its collar or surface roots. Egyptian Queen from 15c. to $1. Scarlet or SEASON OF 18S-8S.
from Ic. to 2c. for slips. Rooted
When this is properly done the young Pants,can be set .t any season, from 2c.to All fruits, plants and vines,suited to the climate of Florida, including Oranges, Lemons
tree will produce fruit within three 25o.steamer each packed and delivered on board and all the citrus fruits,as well as Peaches,Pears Plums, Persimmons,Grapes, Figs,Pecans,
order on receipt otprice. Almonds Apricots,Olives,etc. Also many useful and ornamental grasses,Plants,Vines,etc.
years and sometimes. .sooner.' Large T prices IOS.on E.application.ItlCIIAUDS. Have also for sale several valuable improved places at great bargains. Catalogue free:to
Eden Pineapple Plantation, Eden, Indian any address.'w. .:. :' .
One,of the Beauties of Irrigation. River Fla. Y. HAWKINS k SONS
Lake George, )Ella: '
There appears to be a system of
favoritism and a lack of all known -
business in the
principles managementof Three six and twelve months buds; 2,000
our water that would disgrace a two-year old*. Some fruited this year. .
Citrus and Deciduous Trees Rooted Grape
Botan..Marianna.Purple Leaf and Simon's ,
race of semi-civilized savages. Riverside Plum on Florida Seedling Plum stock,the ,
Cal., Press and Horticulturist.Grows t. best for all sections of Florida. Eureka, Peen.' Vines and Cuttings. ::1
To Honey, October and other Peaches on
Florida peach stock. Japan Persimmon, We make specialty of Grape Vines of all varieties,and Fig Trees. Liberal discount to
Grapes,Oranges,eta Price list free. Inspection nurserymen. .All inquiries promptly answered. AddressC..
solicited. A. CALLAHAN S. BURGESS, Manager
H Prop. Eureka Nursery,Melrose,Clay Co.,Fla. Riverside California.

o rno POLK COUNTY NURSERIES.BY Nurseries of the Milwaukee Florida Orange Company;..'''4

Q THE Dunedin, Hillsborough County, Florida. ':' .

Polk Co. Nursery 1 Improvement Co, We make a specialty of the DISTINCTIVE varieties of CITRUS VRUITTREJC8.lncludingDouble > J
Impe rialRiverside(buds personally selected in California by a member of our company -
all kinds of Fruit Trees and Vines, All the leading foreign and domestic Orange ) and Washington Navels,Maltese Blood, Hart's Tardlff Jaffa, Du RoI,Stark'Seed-
Large stock LeConte and other Pears,Persim- and Lemon Trees. Jess,etc.,etc. In Lemons we have Villa Franca,Sicily,Genoa,Belair Premium and Eureka.
mons,Peen-to,and peaches and plums. Price list on application. Also Tahiti Limes,Peaches, Plums,White Adriatlc.Flgs;etc.,eta Our stock is large,com-
r W. VY.THOMPSON\ W, 11, jjLSSITJBR, Manager, plete,well rooted,thrifty and clean. Special term on large orders. Catalogue free on ap
Send for Catalogue. Smlthville,Ga. Homeland;FLa, plication. Address A. I* DUNCAN Manager, Dunedin, Fla..;; .






sad: -----THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.=--- [OCTOBER; 31,1887.* ,? >*. t

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"'The An and collection "
4M/ ,Sub-Tropical. Aquarium Zoological "SAN MATEO NURSERIES. .
*[Continued from Page 895.] will also form part,of the ex- ,
ture and manufacture, rice cleaning, hibition.In A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter Planting..'',"_' "
the main building will be found .:, ,i..--r...
fibre manufacture silk and
manufacture. fruit, evaporating raising, wine maps and descriptive matter of all Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty Trees of all Sizes.

of Florida also files of all news- Send ,, ,'.
wood working and parts ; Catalogue. I
making, many ,
) sent us. Employes of,the ".- MAXWELL, ANDE11SON &: CO..; -
others. There will also be displays of papers ( .*. San Mateo,"Flo.
artisticwork and curiosities of vari Exposition will be there to answer all

oils kinds.. Also a special display by questions. GUIDE TO FIG CULTURETells ,

our colored people of the products of Among the special exhibits will bea how to grow and prepare the fig,and describes our new fig,

their skill and labor the band of Seminole Indians from the
own snowing COD1D1eroia1.: : m: rriaa.: :
progress they have made,in the indus- Everglades of Florida, encamped on
the Grounds. other Only genuine"fig of commerce,"and the finest in the world. Also Tropical Seml-Troplcal
trial arts, as well as in agriculture.A Exposition Many and New Fruits,and the finest stock of nuts In the country. Address with scamp.
considerable of 'the main attractions will be announced later. FLORIDA HORTICULTURAL '-0.,
part Cutler, Dade Co., Fla.
building will be occupied by county Low: passenger rates will be ar-

,which will be of unusual excellence ranged from all points in the countryand THE BUCKEYE NURSERIES. t

excluding exhibits of commonplace -, hotel rates and hack fares will not Villa Franca Lemons. Washington Navels.We .
or inferior character. Some( be increased. 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 obtained
of the counties have already obtained DRAYTON ISLAND NURSERY. from the finest grove of this celebrated variety in the State and our WashingtonNavel
buds were imported by us,direct from California,and taken from the first trees bud-
to erect buildings
permission separate ded with that variety in the State. This grove is said to bear heavily and steadily. We have
of their own to admit of larger displays ORANGE TREES 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 guarantee
than the space allowed .them in Of all the lea ding varieties budded on good that every tree shall have good roots,which after all is most important. Send for Catalogue.
and healthy sour stock 3 and years old, and GILLETT J8BOS, South Lake Wier, Marion Co., Florida.
the main building would permit. from five-eights to one and one-half inch in L
diameter. Buds 1 and 2 old,and from
The display of and other years
two and a half to eight feet high. Good roots

citrus fruits will be the largest and and straight stocks guaranteed.For .._= = Kelsey, Botan and Ogan Japanese Plums on native Plum Stocks
choicest ever made in this country prices address Kelsey June Buds on native Peach Stocks. Peen-to and Honey Peaches.
DARLING. UeConteand Kiefier Pears their roots. Bartlett and other
; on own pears on
This display will be made throughout ,Drayton Island,Fla. LeConte roots. A large stock of Apples, Pears, Plums: Cherries, Quinces,

the winter season,and the fruit can be Apricots and Nectarines. Address
purchased either for immediate de- ::1 : WI. F. :aEJ:: : : ES.. ,

livery or shipment. This department Manager Huntsville Wholesale Nurseries, Huntsville Alabama.
will.be'grand market for the'sale of '
of all kinds, ,Including, the Bidwell's Early
the-finest grades of oranges.In HOMELAND NURSERIES.
Peach,and the finest stock of Kelsey Plumsin "r
the jkzaar will be exhibited all .

such articles as are desirable both for the State/ Also some choice one-year old KELSEY AND OTHER ORIENTAL PLUMS;
collossal If want
Asparagus ( ) crowns.. you ,
exhibition and for sale. This will be
trees send for prices and save.money. A SPECIALTY. .i a \"
an attractive feature of the Exposi- J"..E. Cole, Prop, I;! JAPAN PERSIMMONS ON NATIVE ROOTS.- '

tion. Glen St.Mary, Baker Co., Fla.BlDWELLS Also a full line of Nursery Stock of the most choice varieties adapted to Florida. ,

I I I ,R. II. BURR, Proprietor- Bartow, Polk County, Fla. "

I IMPROVED. PEACHES: I i.I T. .... :acC: > EJ,

BIDWELL'S EARLY,BIDWELL'S LATE and No. 7 are round peaches average size, .
ripening from.May 10th to July 1st.. Then Bidwell's IMPROVED PEEN-TO, No.. ,is fiat, : '. AND PROPRIETOR OFBUENA .

but"larger, and thicker. from stem to,blossom than its parent... VISTA NURSERIES.I S.

V: ," In Quality Not' Excelled byany: Peach Out. 1 .
Several thousand acres of land for sale. Every Kind of 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 packed
Ripens with Bldwell's Early. and shipped to any part of the State. Bearing Lime Trees at 10 cents each.
These are seedlings of the Peen-to,a decendant no doubt of that fruit,"found by Atchison CLERMONT, LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA. '
In the Hazardaraknt Ravine,in Afghanistan; a form with different shape from that of .
the almond,being larger and flatter. "The whole shrub resembles what one might con-
sider a wild form of the peach,of nearly! evergreen.foliage." As.I am aware there are many VILLA FRANCA NU-RSERIES.
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,
Address all letters,for information or trees,to me,as on account of ill health be has givenme
all business connected with the sale of his trees. WOOD.L. .
City Office and Packing Grounds,Main street, Orlando. JAMES ItIOTT.P. : '
O. Box 121, Orlando,Fla.mmmiimm '. t A.ton.omizexs: and Powder Bollovrs.
u imH f m ft i Hf> i f mf m mif f f mmfmf m f f ffm Hi - -;
: I AGENTS WANTED." .:4 ?'


Citrus Fruits, Peaches in variety Pears Plums,Grapes,Figs,Persimmons,Nuts,Guavas, ,
Loquats, Olives, Pepplns, Bananas,Pomegranates: ,etc > (ESTABLISHED 1878.) vWe "

Bid wells Peen-tos Lemons.Jaffa .import from Japan,where our stocK is carefully raised in our Nurseries,Persimmon
Kelseys, Oranges, Mammoth Chestnut,Plum,Loquat, Litchi,Kin-Kan,and other Japanese and Chinese FruitTrees.
,Med. Sweet,Tardlff,Higley's Late, MajoricaWashington Navel DuRoi.Mandarin. Giant and Dwarf Bamboos Ornamental Tree Shrubs and Bulbs.
Tangelrine, Homosassa,Ma g.Bonum, Belalr. Premium, Villa Francha,Sicily! ,etc. We have purchased the Geo. F. Sylvester Seed House,at 315 Washington street, where we
,*; ,," A. H. MAN v ILLE & 00. will carry all native and foreign seed bulbs Illustrated maKing a specialty of Japanese Tree,Flower' ,

lakeland. Polk County, Fla., or Drayton Island Putnam County, Fla. Vegetable. and Field Seeds. Send for new Catalogue.H. II. BERGER & CO., \

315 and 317 Washington st.,San Francisco,CaL,P.O.box 1501.
: ,.A. Ltam0vate: : u..rseries.


All the leading and lemon trees the "Everbearing" Oranges
orange Including orange. and Bidwell's trees. Botan and other .
,Honey Early peach Kelsey, plum'trees.
excry month in the year. Washington Navel oranges a speciality. Bidwell Peen-to,Pallas .
and Honey peach trees. Kelsey, ,and other Japan plums,Including that wonderful new-plum, Grape Vines,Blackberry and Strawberry Plants. ,; ,
the"Blood Plum of Satsuma,'and the'Early Sweet Plum,",NiagaraEmpire State and lead- A. Nursery at Your Own Door. .
lug varieties of foreign grapes. The new,flg"Foundling," Pears, rersimmoi s, Figs Mulber-
ries,Loquats,Guavas,Nut trees,etc The new Japanese seedless orange "Unshiu." a com- A specialty made'of sending all kinds of trees and plants by mail, and safe arrival;guar
plete line of ornamental trees,, including' Grevilleas, Eucalyptus, Acacia, eta Illustrated anteed. Price lists,free to all. Address
catalogue free Address, 11. L. VHEATLEY, W. C. STEELEt..Manairer. *;,
Altamonte,Orange County, Fla Switzerland St.Johns County,Fla..

,Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries, SHELL POND NURSERIES..

***.Ji;'* k OAKI.AIVB, ORANGE,CO.. FLA. 7' *,>

Pot Grown Semi-Tropical .Fruit and Ornamental Trees P19nts, and
,Peaches, Pears, Figs, Plums, Kelsey Plum and Other Fruits.
Vines No was
Transplanting. 'S. M.
,*Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. AddressA. \ '
Send for circular. Circular contains short history of peach culture in Florida,and hints
Oakland,Orange Co.,Fla. as to culture. JAS. P. I>cPA S, Archer,;Fla, .
Established 1856. 200 Acres In Fruit Nursery. ,
stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees specially adapted to Florida Is doubtless the
mot varied in the United States. Many valuable additions have lately been made to the Lake County Fla.. .:

nata of FruIts Butted to subtropical sections. In addition to the usual large variety of Irultsw.offer Offer for sale a stock of budded orange trees of leading varieties,including the,,.-.
100000( Peen-To, HOlier and Palas Peach Trees:also,Keise Botanand
otherOrlen[ 1 PlumB, ,3apan Persimmons,Grape VinesStrawberry RIVERSIDE 3V .A.V J H< ,. ,'::,
Plants etc. Our stock or Kovea, JSTerpreciiB, Palms, A.cacia8. and flowering Budded entirely from buds received this season from Riverside, Cal. Bldwell, Peen-Urand
shrubs tnefudes 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
published for this branch of our establishment,and will be mailed free to all applicants.' grapes!,including a large stockof BlackHamburg. White Adriaticland other flgs.Perslm-
. We tlo not employ agent flnde your order direct to u and avoid being imposed upon. xnonsjetc., Price list free on ppUcatton. G. NORTON, Eustis,- Fla." .




FOR WRITE FOI Notice of Incorporation of the Nassau -

-. "How to Grow LeConte, Kelflfer, City Town and Improve-

Bartlett and Other Pears ment Co.
7,000 to 8,000 Citrus Trees, ComprisingVILLA
in the South." Free. To whom it may concern

FBAtf CHA LEMONS, WASHINGTON NAVELS and JAFFA ORANGES. Know all men by these presents! That L.P.
Mostly Lemons. Must be sold In a lamp. Terms reasonable. Some one can make money by Grant,A.E.Thornton,T.HIghtower,Thos.
handling them. Address G. L. TAB12R, Thomasville, Ga M. Clarke J. H.Porter Evan P. Howell, M.
,: Glen St.Mary Nurseries, Glen St. Mary, Fla. C. B ser, A.J. Orme, J. H. Mecaslin, A. O.
RELIABLE SEEDSFOR MacDonell and others, under and in accor-
dance with the provisions of Act of the Legis-
CLEAR WATER NURSERIES. lature of the State of Florida, providing for
the Creation Corporations,have associated
themselves under the name of the Nassau
Choice and Improved Varieties of Tropical and SemiTropicalTrees GARDENERS AND FARMERS. City Town and Improvement Company,with

Plants, Bulbs and Flowers. place of business in the city of Jacksonville,
Special attention given to setting and tending budding_and pruning old
young groves The business of the Association shall be
and Best Stock in the South.
on planting Lawns and Flower Gardens. All work guaranteed. JEST-we are also agents Largest that of buying, improving and selling Real
for Hussey's Coulter Harrow and the old reliable brand of Geo. W.Baker's Flesh, Blood and Estate,and doing such other acts as be
Bone. Fertilizer. All inquiries promptly answered. Send for Catalogue. Call on or address, SPECIAL LOW PRICES to large buyers. Sendus necessary for the welfare of the Company.The .
1 ______ ___ DUNCAN BRO'S. Clear Water Harbor, Hillsboro'County, Fla. a list of what you require and w* will capital stock of said Company is
i quote prices per return mall. Descriptive Twenty-five Thousand 25.000)) Dollars, Divi-
The Lakeland Catalogue free. ded into shares of One Hundred Dollars each,
Nursery CompanyAre which shall be paid up in full when issued.
T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, The Company commences its business from
t .. how in readiness to forward a copy of their the date of filing Its articles of incorporation
\ No. 10 S. Fourteenth Ta
10 Richmond
vi : 8th
: September 1887,and will continue
SUMMEB.: :J? B.JCEJ: : :L.JST for Twenty yearn its officers to consist of a

ALBERT FRIES President, Vice-President, Secretaryand
TO ANY ADDRESS FREE;: ON APPLICATION. Treasurer, and a Board of
St. Nicholas Fla. Five Directors, to be elected on the
Communicate with E. H. TISON, Manager, second Tuesday of February in each and .
June l5,l887. Lakeland.p1iaesvil1o .Pol k Ckx,Fla.. Agent for Geo.W.Baker's every year. That the highest amount of indebtedness -

., ,... ,,- t the Corporation can at any time
;: : 'JSr"U..rser1 s ROTTED BONE MANURE. subject Itself to. shall be Twenty per cent. of
the capital stockSigned
( ) L. P. GRANT.
GAINESVILLE, FLOKIDA. Twenty-five dollars per ton free'on board; n A.E.THORNLOW.
: Jacksonville,or at factory price dellyered in T.J. HIGHTOWKR.E

NEW PEACHES A SPE IALTY. 5,000 Superiors, ripens in May, size above medium New Budded Yora. and Umbrella Trees from THOS.M.CLARK.;;
quality best of all. 5,000 Thomas,late,ripens in September; single specimens have weigheda 2S.. toll each.Orange J. PORTER.
pound. Bidwell's:Early Wonder,and five other new varieties will be found in stock. .,, EVAN P.HOWELL.
10,000 Kelsey Japan Plums; 2D 000 LeConte Pears 20,000 Japan Persimmons, 2 to 10 feet M.\ KISER.
high,and 100.000 Orange trees,of all good varieties,win be old CHEAP FOR CASH. SEE HERE A. J. ORat$.
Many miss it who buy elsewhere.

I want a few industrious, temperate,married .... A. O. MACDONELL.
Lemons Lemons Genuine Navels. i men,with families of children of scnool and others.
age, to settle near me, so that we can have a
small school. Articles of Association of the'Florida
f ORDER NOW, before our stock of Villa Franca Lemons out. We have just sold 7,600 To such,I will offer a few good settlements -
of this choicest of all Lemons for Fall delivery, but have some left. Our bearing Lemonsare cheap on the Alma River, near Tampa Cold Storage Company.
loaded. We shall ship in July and August and publish results in the"Dispatch." Bay,one and one-half hours' sail from Tam
We have also a beautiful lot of the GENUINE Washington Navels, budded from one of pa. Good land tor fruit and vegetables: good We,whose names are subscribed to these
the ORIGINAL TREES we received from Washington nine years since. Also most all neighborhood and healthy. I am an old res- articles, do hereby associate ourselves and
other varieties of Orange, Lemon and Lime. Id'nt here,and can also give some valuable become Incorporated under the provisions of
' The Double Imperial Navel and the Atwood's Seedless Navel we now offer for the first time information in regard to choice river fronts, Chapter 1639 of the Acts of the I.edslaturef..ct
to the Florida Orange Growers. We shall have for Fall and Winter delivery a few hundred etc., including the suitable and pleasant the State of Florida,approved August 8 1868,
of each of these varieties. KJEDNEY & CAREY, Winter Park,Fla. location for a Sea Side Hotel and cottages on and of the ammendments thereto,and do de-
this side of the Bay (Manes Inlet). Also a clare as follows:
'OI'TRA NURSERIES good site for a sawmill; quick demand for 1. The name of the Corporation shall be
lumber. The Florida Cold Storage Company.
Information free. Buy of owners,and save 2. Its place business shall be Jacksonville,
Have on hand and for sale a large stock of fine heavy commissions. will give good refer- Florida.
ences if desired. Direct toGBANVILLE 3. The general nature of the business to be
Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees. PLATT transacted shall be to famish cold storage for

Peru,Hlllsborough Co., Fla.. all purposes,to manufacture and tell Ice, and
Stocks five and buds one,two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; well if found advisable in promotion of the main
grown, and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees,Roses, etc. Send for business to forward and sell fruits, vegeta-
descriptive catalogue before giving: your orders elsewhere. FC>B. S.A.LEI, bles and other produce.

fi. W. LIPSEY & CO., Citra, Marlon Co., Fla, At Immense 4. The amount of the capital stock shall be
Fifty Thousand Dollars. Twenty-five per
ORANGES, LEMONS, LeConte trees centum of the stock subscribed for shall be
60,000 ,onetwo and three
Pomegranates Val rico Nurseries Guavas, years old,finest nursery pear stock in America and paid when the Company may be organized,or
,Figs, Bananas, at lowest*prices. the subscriptions made: twenty-five per cent
Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. Pine-Apples, 2,000 Paper Shell Pecan trees,most excellent .shall be payable within, thirty days there-
Grapes, Avocado P'rs, variety. Kolb Gem Melon Seed, Hay and after, and the remainder when called for by
:Pears, Anona, Corn,by C.L.,delivered. Finest l Syrup made the Company.
Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, evaporated by the barrel. I 5. The business of the Company shall be
Oriental Nerium, I own over 12,000 acres of rich red clay land !I conducted by a President. a Secretary, :who
Plums andPersimmons W. G. TOUSEY, Caladium, in this county,and wish to sell 6,000 to develop shall also be the treasurer,and five directors,
"na, the balance. Perfect of whom the president shall be one.
safety and fair
Sejfner SUlslorough Co. Fla. Pallas profit 6. The stockholders shall elect the directors
LIlt1EfI! Etc. Etc. guaranteed,with absolute security for a part-
with and annually,at a meeting to be held on the second -
ner capital, demonstrate to his
entire satisfaction that an Immense fortune Tuesday in Janurry. The director shall
SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.Catalogues be then,as soon as may be convenient,elect the
i can lar reasonably expected.of Write for circu- President and the Secretary and Treasuser.
containing prices nursery stock and
The terms of these officers shall be
,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list includesthe land,and full particulars in regard to advan- and until their successors shall be elected one year and
choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also, references.E.tages of this. sect Ian and my propositions and qualified to act. The Treasurer shall give a

Peaches Pears Plums Grapes and other Fruits. bond with sureties,to be approved by the DIrectors
: B. BAILEY, Monticello, Fla. ,in a sum to be fixed by them condi-
r Our stock is one of the largest in the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting. varieties a tioned that he will faithfully accounl for all
specialty. moneys coming into his hands.
R. -W. PIERCE, 7. As soon at ten per centum of the capital
Indian Springs,Orange Co.,Fla. shall subscribed for,the subscribers shall,
forthe purpose of organizing this corporation,
r Ni.ir Serl.eS meet and elect Director a President and a
i i., pa.n.ese; : -rab Secretary and Treasurer to serve until their
\. successors shall be elected and qualified.
OF TKB ) +' The subscribers shall then and as soon as
the Trcasurer's bond shall be approved, pay
Into his hands at least twenty-five cen-
Oriental Importing? Company. tum of the amounts of their subscriptions.
8. Certificates of stock shall be Issued and
1 M ain Office 120 Sutter St., San Francisco. 8 L. GOLDMAN, Manager. signed by the President and secretary and
Treasurer, under the weal of the corporation,
TJNSHUI, CANTON HYBRID and KIN-KAN. JAPAN ORANGE TREES. CHEST- % and shall be transferable under regulations to
t YfI
NUTS, PERSIMMONS: AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. Send for Catalogue. be made by the Company

9. The Corporation shall not at any time

B.ockyJ3ran.oh: : N"u..rserl.es.: subject itself to a greater indebtedness or liability -
than the amount of its capital stock.
10. The President,with the content of the
LeCont tt Keif f cr, Bartlett, Lawson and Career's Hybrid Pears a Spe- Directors, shall engage such agents, employees -

and laborers, make such contracts
cialty., a nd purchase such materials as ) be necessary -
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will be Address proper
Summer contracts Special Rates, now given.
.' ..... .... Patronize Home ?Manufacturera.C. s business.
';,:i. .. H. W. PARTRIDGE, WM.M. Bosxwick.
Montlcello,Fla. E. M.-I/EwoLZ.; "
Manufactures Soap.Pure Ground Bone and W.M. BAKER.
'NURSERIES. Bounetheau Orange Tree Emulsion, Scraps HENRY A. L'ENGLE.
SOUTH FLORIDA and Coarse Bone for Poultry, Soft Soap and Sept.16th,1887.MAGIC.
Soap Chips for making Soap Suds for Trees
Sixty thousand choice Orange,Lemon and Lime Trees for sale. Ten thousand fine Florida and Vegetables. Office 28 Ocean Jackson
grown :Peach Trees,of the Honey and PeenrTo varieties: also two new varieties,Hybrids of vllle,Fla. P.O.Box31.3. Correspondence socited. LANTERNS
Honey and Peen-To,named by us Chinese King and Chinese Queen. The Chinese King ], .
ripens in May. The Queen ripens three weeks later than Honey. Our evening bearing orange .
will give you ripe fruit the year round. We have the genuine Washington Navel sent to us WORK FU1tiLL.: s5OAWEEKand .A.D4 I Ice VIe1re 111u&n.rt .&-
fcdlnt. from Washington. Big discount on large orders. expenses paid. Outfit wor h $5 i1C 13
... C. B. ) ELTON, Manager, and particulars freer P. Q. YICRKHY. Au- .. maa eapita f
Lake Helen,Florida. gusta,Me, tor Homo ..aaI.. 1M s-ce Gwo p..,
McALLISTERr opttc o.49 Nuuua8t.,H.Vtt









( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER MONDAY, May ZJ,1887, &3Q a m,Trains
t will leuve and arrive as follows: LEFFEL'S

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o 8 40 4 10 5 00 1U 2U 4 40 _?.Santord_,,,115 22 dn.g 2t-100) b M 3..5
3.8 50 ..JIS 518 1082 4. 55 _....-Belalr._._. 112 160 8 0812 48 518 a 33
-4 ,_.,,, .._ .... "'_. '_ Crystal Lakes III ...... ...... ..._ _.. ._...
5 8 55 I ..?.? b 23 .?. __.. NNN.Bents_. 110 1 4" 8 OJ .?.... .?... ?....
10 905 4)8) 5 33 10 57 525 _.Longwood_ 105 131 7501237 458 31U
13 U 13 504 5.JO 11117 543 ..Altamonte.. 102 127 737 1230 4. 30 258
14 918 5 07 5 -15 11 13 5 65 _.._Mayo??... 101 120 780 12 26 420) 2 60
1.5 922 5 JO 5 50 1125 610 .?.Maitland.?. 100 1 15 7 251123 915 245 I4V1 I \
18 9 30 518 558 1140 630 _Winter Park_ 97 107 7151215 400 235 S '

20 ._.. .?_ ..?? ....?. ._... NN?..WUCOL 95 ....? _..? _...... ._...
22 9 45 li 00 6 15 12 ID 7 30 .....Orlando_.. 9312 65 7 0012 02 3 W 215

25 .?... ...... ....? ...... ._?. ._...Gatlin.... 90 ...... ...... ....... ...... ......
26 9 55 538 i 6 Z5 12: 43 1 45 ....Jessamine?. 8912 40 6 371149: 3 00I 2Z1

9 68 .. ... .?... ....... N.... _.P1ne Caatle.. 8812 87 .??. _...... ...... ...... AND REGULATED i ;
80 10 05 1).5 6a5 12 ii.i 800 ...Blg CJr ress... 8512 30 6251142 248 140 STRONGEST EASIEST
34 1015 5 57 6 6Q A II 1 18 8 15 _.MoKl non_ 81 12 20.613 1132 P 1\1\ 2 32 125
.0 1030 M 25 7 OJ 6 W 130 855 ?Kissimmee.? 75 6 (Ot)( 1120 905 215 105 ALL WORKING PARTS \
41 1040 63.i& P If 610 P x. ?.Capmbell8.? 71 two A 11 1105 850 PM: 1240
a2 10 58 6 52 6 80 9 40 .Lake Locke.. 631125 10.f! H 25 1208 Made of MALLEABLE IRON.
67 11 15 70'l 642 1002 ?..Davenport.... 581115 1032 8 10 1150
61 1125 710 652 1017 .Haines City_ 541105 1022 755 1135 CATALOGUE FREE. ADDRESSTHE
68 1142 7lf: 710 1105 ..Bartow Junc. 47 10 53 10 07 735: 11 10
72 1154 731 7 20 1125 ...Auburndale. 4310 40. 954 7 0.5 1050 SPRINGFIELD
77 12 0 t 7 8S 7 03 i140 _tF1tzhughs.? 8810 28 9 44 650 10 85 MACHINE CDCHEAPEST.
8.11218 751 )t805 12 80 ?...Lakeland..... 321015 9 30 ((6 32 1010 BEST IS .
93 12 43 812 g as J m _.Plant City:.. 22 9 63 9 05 5 45 925 .
9812 53 ...? 850 ._... ._?_ Cmork.N N. 17 9 XR ...... 525 ...... SPRINGFIELD, OHIO.
100 105 8 32 9 05 2 05 N..Sefner..N.. 12 9 Z1 8 85 5 08 8 40
105 1 12 8 38 9 22 .2 15 .._. Mango..... 10 9 22 8 2t) 5 00 8 07
109 120 ?.... : 33 ?...,Orient...... g 915 4 48 ..'... FLORIDA SAVINGS BANK
151359 fM Ar Tampa Ly 900 8"00 430 730

*Flag Stations. Trains No.8 and 6 leave arrive at J..T.& Depot. REAL ESTATE
and 6 Daily. Nos.}, 4\5,7181..9.10,Z1 and 28, Dally except Sunday. No. 6 will stop .
only at Plant City, k \ Junction,Kissimmee and Orlando. Nos.2 and 3 stop JACKSONVILLE. FLA., ,q
for at Kissimmee. for Lunch. NO.: stops at Lakeland for Breakfast. No. 8 stops at Lakeland Kas for sale choice Lota. Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on deposits 0'1,Collects w

Supper.Trough Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans,eta
Tickets sold at all regular stations for all points North, East and West. Baggage ,
checked through.Pemberton J. C. GREELEY, President._L. D. HOSMEK, Treaaurcr.

Ferry Dranch.-S.F. R.R.
Sanford and Indian liver Railroad, Well Curbing and Chimney Flues
Sou h Bound North Bound. =
Read Down. Read Up.
Cheaper and Better than Brick.FOUNDATIONBLOCKS.
ffi F'st Ac. F'st Ac.lID Dailyexcept S un d aYe
:;:ot M'L &Ft STATIONS. M'l &Ft '
19. 21. 20. 22. :;1 South Bound North Bound

--P.K. -A.}[ --P.K. Read Dowd. Read Up. I Ornamental,Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.

o 6.00 7.00 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9A.50. 4.50 57 Pas. Pa's' Address
1 5,0. 1.05 ;..._.Fltzgerald...... 9.45 4.45 56 : &Ft 8TA ONS. &ft FLORIDA STONE AND PIPE COMPANY
8 5.10 .?_ ...._?. .Ortole ....._ 9.40 .?_ 5.a ::;t :;1 ,
6 .?_ ......Bay City........ ..... .?_ 51 --- -- Offl'A 621.G West. Rap Hf.reat. Jacksonville.Fla.
10 5.25 7,85 ....._.....Macon_. 9.zJ t.15 47 ....... p.m a.m .?..?
12 5.35 7.43 .,.......OwenBboro .N.N.N 9.15 4.07 45 0 ....... IV.-santord?.......ar 8.00 ....... 19 ESTABLISHED ;1875.
16 5.60 8.08 .....__Dade Cify....N...._. 9.00 3.60 41 3 ....... 6.03 .........Fort. Reed.......? 7.42 .?..? 15
::23 6.10 8.-15 ....._ Richland.......... '8.42 3.1831 5... 6.10 .?.?...!utledge N.....? 7.32 .?....13 .
82 6.80 9.15 .._?-Tedderville...... 8.22 2.40 25 7 ....... 6.20 .........-. Clydes. ...... 7.20 ....?.11 E. BE.kNCommission :
87 iUS 9.40 .?...._.Kathleen....... 8.10 23) m 12 ....... 6.35 Clifton............ 7.03 ....?. 6 .., '
40 6.50 9.62 ........Griffln'MUL...... 8.03 2.08 17 IS ....?. 6.43Tuskawllla.o ... 6.55 ?..... 5
4' 17.20 10.80 ...........IAkeland......._ 7.55 1.5514 17 .?.?. .7.07 ...........Oviedo.?......?. 6.40 _... 1
51 7.4511.001.....?.._.HaskeU.N..N 7.80 1.00 6 19.?..? 7.15 ar..Lake Chann.lv 6.20 ....-. 0 Merchant | Forwarder
67 n1vA..Bartow..L..ve 7.15 1240 0 ,
Bartow Vrancii.-Daily. Mo.8-At Lakeland with train for Bartow, V ;t
South Bound. at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow.No. Waycross R. R. Wharf,. Waycross R. R. Depot, '.'_ "
North Bound. .11-At Bartow Junction with train from
Pas. Pas. Pas. Pas. Tampa; at Bartow with train from PemberNo. -
&Ft srATION8.ot;: &Ft No ton Ferry,and Florida Southern Railway for Jacksonville, Fla. Gainesville;'" Fla.,
lL 13. 12. 14. Punta Gorda. I.
-- ----- No.12-At Bartow Junction v ith train for .'-r/.(f t
A.M P.M Lv Ar A K. P... Banford. I have in Stock and to arrive ''T ;
11.45 7.40 0 Bartow J'nc 17 10.40 7.10 No. 13-At Bartow Junction'With train from
12.00 7.55 5 WtnterHvn 1210.25 6.55 Tampa. .
123) 8.12 9 Eagle Lake 810.05 6.35 No.14-At Bartow with Florida Southern 250,000 Banyoe Orange Boxes, 50,000 Gum and Poplar Orange i
l2.85 8.2S 6.20> train from Punta Gorda; at Bartow Junction
l2.55 8.40 12j.G'rdOnvlUe OI 9.301/ 6.00 with train for Tampa.OONNErft' Boxes. 200,000 Orange Box He'ads, 750,000 Orange..
No. 15-At Bartow Junction with .trains 0',
...ONS. from Tampa and Sanford at Bartow with Box Hoops 50,000 Reams OrangeWraps..
TRAIN No.1-At Sanford with People's and Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda. ,
DeBary-Baya Line Steamers from JacksonNo.. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains lor
vllle and J..T. fc K. W.train from Tltusvllle; Tampa and Kissimmee. Sizers,Team Cars, Orange Clips, Ladders, and other growers' supplies, all of which'will'\. ..
at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow; No. 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES.
at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at Have the very best facilities for the distribution and sale of Oranges. Consignments so-
No.2-At Lakeland with train for Bartow; Lakeland with train for Kissimmee. licited. Send for Stencils Circulars and Price Lists._
at Bartow Junction with trains to and from No.20-At Bartow with Florida Southern

Bartow; at Sanford with People's and De Railway train from Punta Gorda at Lakeland PAN 0 0 A 8 T & G R IFF I T H'8
BaB ya Line Steamers for Jacksonville with train for Tampa; at Pemberton J
and J.,T. &K.W. trains for Jacksonville and Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for i,
No.3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through .21-At Bartow with Florida Southern AND -
Coaches without change between JacksOnRailway for Punta Gorda. .
ville and Tampa. Connects at Sanford with No.22-At Bartow with Florida SouthernJ
,.T.&K. W,train from Titusvilie; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Gorda; at Lake Inaugurators of the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries Florida(without ice).
tow Junction with train for Bartow at Tamland with train for Tampa. ,. At"wH1f.; 1
; Rafnrpnw On* Aocft.Snlen RT rt chick tnrda.v.lOT Avery shipment nltw1M nnt t
pa on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays Connections are made at Tampa by the
with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Limited West India Past Mall,both north McCartney Hedge Rose Plants and 9
and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and south bound, with the elegant and commodious Cuttings, I
with Plant Mail Mascotte and
Steamship Company's ships for Fast Steamships fltt'H
Key West and Havana. Whitney of the Plant Steamshln: Co.,to and For sale from December 1st till the last of PATENT PROTECTING CLOTH.
No.6-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through from Key West and Havana,and with steam- February. This rose makes a handsome ever-
Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack- er Margaret for all points on Hillsborough green,perfectly impassable and durable fence.
sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, and Tampa Bays and Manatee River. :M. < Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Passports can be applied for through any
Margaret from Manatee River,and on Sun Notary Public,and Notary's certificate that o Ohio Improved Chester .. -
days Tuesdays and Fridays with, Plant s nch application has been made when vised Warrantedeholeraproof.1xprtssprrpad. :.
Steamship Company's ships for Havana and by the Spanish Consul at Key Vest,will an- Wins lat
Key Wes, sorer the purpose of a Passport. prizes In the States and Foreign ,
;No.7 At Lakeland with train for Pember- W. McCOY Countries. S weighed "-

ton Ferry.; Gen. Freight<&Ticket Agent. 2$061bs.and price Send of for tbese description famous For Farmers, etc.,su.
hoes, also fowls. Till h the cost on cold
Mem Shipping ...Be 81LYEB ro., CJaftJ&ad, 0. I frames hot-beds etc. Unequaled for
Exchange A. BROWN & CO., No. 20. If these bops are really cholera proof *
anteedhave we not the solution to the proem. TOBACCO PLANT BEDS.
Wholesale Commission Merchants. lioir to banish bog cholera Write for car ,
tlculars and investigate and mention this paper. '
Promotes hardy.rapid growth. Used and .
r 1 SOUTHERN hotCun Revolvers, i qY endorsed by leading growers. Also waterproof
Rifles, I Io covers for all farm purposes. :

I' """ :IOJE3LIDE5 ST. = =_ ; ddre.. EtCe.. Circulars and samples free. ".
All receipts sold and counted for by each steamer. Write for Stencut 00 Q eG.ae..o AreatwateraforPrk. U. S. Waterproofing Fibre Co. (Limited)
Reference: Irving National Bank,New York. lir .Ltd. Qaawerke rut.bnrg; a. 56 South St., New York.
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New York BOSTON Direct all-rail route between Jacksonville, All Trains on this Road are run by Centra

,,,.... and Philadelphia, Green Cove Spring, Palatka, Gainesville. Standard Time.
.*wad between Boston AND Ocala, Leesbnrg, DeLand, Enterprise: ,Titus- Passenger Trains will leave and arrive dally
and Savannah t ville, Sanford, Mt. Dora Tavares, Winter as follows:
Park, Orlando, Tampa and Southern Florida.
PHILADELPHIA. Time table In effect June 27, 1887. '(Central WEST INDIA VAST ){AIL.
65 to 70 HOURS. standard time. A means a.-m.; P means p. m.) Arrive Jacksonvlile..._..........._..-12:00 n'n
Leave Jacksonville.................:._....._ 7:00 a m
GOING SOUTH.Lv Arrive Waycross...._..._...... N..._ 9:18 a m
Ocean Jacksonville from b., F. & W. tty Station. Arrive JfsupN.N ..............._....._.. .10:32 a m
\ Steamship Company. Cuban Arrive Savannah?..._....__.......J..J2:06> p m
Pass. Mail. Pass. Arrive Charleston_...._........._.....M. 4:46 p m
Daily. Arrive RichmondM.. ....._......at......._ 6:54 a m
(Central or 90 Meridian Time)
1' .,.STATIONS. A. M. P.M. P.M. Arrive Washington.NN.1..l1:30 a m
PaE1 1ae, Rates; : Jacksonville............. 8:00 12:30 3:4-1' Am QeBaltimore..NNN..gN..12:40pmArrive
I 1. Between Jacksonville and New York, 1st class $21.00; Intermediate $18.00; Fxcursion$12.00; Orange Park.........::.... 8:80 12:58 4:13 Philadelphla..._....._..._ 3:10 p m
t Steerage 1200. Green Cove Spring .9:05 1:24 4:51 Arrive New York_...........,......_..._. 5:50pm!
1 Jacksonville and Boston, 1st class $25.00: ; Excursion $43.50: Steerage$12.50. Ar Pal atka.................. ]Ot 0 2:11 5:53 Pullman Bullet Cars to and from New York
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail{ as follows: Lv Palat ka.......?...?..??. 10:1-5 2:15 6:00 and Jacksonville and ullman Sleeping; cars
% FROM SAVANNAH: TO NEW YORK. .Pomona...?_........._.. 10:40 6:34 to and from Jacksonville and Tampa.

TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher...... .'... .......Sunday October 23-11:00 a.m BunttngtonlCres.C.( ) 10:51 6:45
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Daggett. .Tuesday October 25--1' .-fop. m Seville ............ ........11 1512jT8p 3:10 7:10 NEW OBUEANS! :EXPKES '.
NACOOOHKE Capt.Kempton. . ..,.f .Friday,October 28- 3:30 p. m Deljand Junction.. 3:52 :fi5 Arrive Jacksonville......._..___.. 7:45 p m
CITY OF AUGUSTA,Caret Catharine ..... .. ..... .. Sunday, October 30, 5:00: n. m Ar DeL>>ud ((1>?L Hy.. 12: op 4iu 8:20 Leave Jacksonville......................._,? /:00am
1 ALL AH ASSEE. Capt.FIsher. ...Tut Jay, November 1- 60 p.jr Lv DeLand (DeL. Ry)... llfiOa) 1:55. 7:10 Arrive Waycross..>..._...*....._M. ....... 9:18 a m
CHATTAnOOCUEE, Capt. Daggett. .. ........ .._....Fridiy! : November4-a. m Arrive Thomasvllle -...._......___ 1:22 P m
.._ 12:20 8H
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Kempton..N..NN,...NNN..N..:. Sunday Novenr-bt 6- 9:00a.m Lv": Orange CityUlJC; 4:111. 'Arrive Bainbridge.........._.... _......... 3:35pm
Junction. 12:32 4:12 8:31
CITY OK. AUGUST, Capt. Catharine..../:....Tuesday, Novembers-11:00 a.m Enterprise Arrive Chattahoochee--......._.?. 4:04() p m
:: 41 Monroe....._.............. 12:39 4:18 8:33
via L. &N.R.R.....-iu:10 m
, TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher. ....:.,.Frld a>V November 11- 2:00: m Arrive Pensacola p
p. Ar Sanford ...... ........:.. 12:52p 4:30p 8:48:
L.&N.R.R......._. 2:15
CHAT CAHOOCHEE, Capt. Daggelt....' *.......u..Hunday, November 13- 4:00: p. mNAOOOORE Arrive Mobile via amArriveNewOrleansviaL.&N.R.R..7:10am
Capt.Kempton..................?.*.._..;_.Tnesda ,November 155:30 p. m A. M. P M.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt.Caiharite..Kriday( November IS- 8:00: a. m Lv ffanford.................,... 9:00: 5:00 Pu;Iman Buffet Cars to and from V o avcross
TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher. Sunday November 9:30 a.mFROM Ar. SOlT nto................-,- 10:12 5:57 and New Orleans via Pensacola and Mobile.A. .
.44 MtDora....._............. 10:32 6:13
SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. 44 Tavarrs...._.............. 10:48 6:27: .
CITY OF MACON. Capt Thur6day. October 27- 2:30: p.mOATS C. LINE EXPRESS
j CITY Capt.'Taylor .... ..Thursday Novembers- 7:10 p.m Ar Enterprise._......._ :4:2'1: Leave Jacksonville_................._.-... 2:05 p m
.CITY OF MACON, Capt.H.C.Lewis...............................*...1 horsday, November 10-1:00 p m Lv Enterprise ,..........?... 4:30 Leave Callahan.....,..._......._.......... 2:47 p m
GATE CITY, Capt. E.:R. Taylor.................. ... ..-.. ...........Thursday,November 177:00 p.m Osteen. ..........:.....y ; .4:55: Arrive Waycross................._............ 4:40pm
Ar Titusville........ ......?.. 6:32': : Arrive Savannah........._...-...._ 7:53 pm
FOR :PHILADELPHIA. Lv Sanford (So FlaRy). 4:10 :Arrive Charleston........__..._....._. 1:25 a m
(These Steamers do not carry Passen 1gers.1 Ar Orlando..................... 5:32 ,Arrive Wilmington......._.*......... 8:25 a m
PE880UG, Capt. N. F. Howes.............................., .M............Saturday, October 229:30 a.m 44 Klssimmee ............... ", 6:15: I Arrive Weldon _.?_.......n..N...._..._ 2:40pm
JUNIATA, Ca pt. Asiclns. .... .. .. ...... .....Thursday. October 272:30 p. m U Lakeland ..... .... 8:00 Arrive Richmond. ............_:NM..._ 6:00 p m
DESSOi'G, Capt. N. F. Howes..................._....................-....Tuel'd'! yt :November 15:30 p. mJUNIATA CI Bartow.........*..*.*.....*.**.. 8:40 ,. Arrive Washington........_..___....-11KX)p m
; IIow) ......'.....................................................Sunday, November 6- 8:30: a.m II Tampa (SoFIa Ry.?-.. 9:10 Arrive New York .................._...-_.6:50 a m
TESSOUCapt. .....FrldayNo\"emberll-l:30p.m Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville -
jUNIATA, Capt. ABkins...................................................Wednesday, November 16- 6:00(: p. m Lv Palatka (Fla So By) 10:05a: to New York.
Ar Gainesville..._.........-' 12:20p .
,. .. THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Ocala ....._.................. 1:18 .....
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) Leesburg...........__. 3:15 h' EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.:
.. Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Brooksville............... 5:40 .: Arrive Jacksonville ...............__.-. 9:45 a JI1
Tnrough Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued'to principal points North East and Northwest Leave Jacksonville............................ 4:15pIlTLeave .
:V Tia. Savannah. For information and rooms apply to < GOING NORTH. Way ro8s. ........_........_:.......... 7:20 p m
". HENRY YONGE, Agent, C. G. ANDERSON, Agent, Cuban Mall. Pass. Pass Leave Gainesville ....-.-...._..__. u'&45 p m
"Pier, No.85, North River New York. City: Exchange Building Savannah. Ga. ;> < Leave Lake City..................... .....__ 3:25 pm.
4. RICHARDSON A: BARNARD Agents, Savannah Pier,Boston. STATIONS.> P.M. A.M.'r. 'Y A.M. Leave Live Oak.....-..-........_........... &55 p m
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia. Lv (So Fla RR-) 8:10 Leave Thomasville..........._......_.-....10:55 p m
J. D. HASHAGEN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida& Western Ry.Co.,261 Broadway Y. 44 Lakeland Tampa _............... 9:30 :- Arrive Albany.....__...........NN ._ 1: tam
G.M.SORREL. Gen. Manager. H. R. CHRISTIAN, Soliciting Agent. 44. Bartow........_.......... 6:00: Arrive Montgomery: via Cen. R.R._ 726: a m
Y 'For Tickets apply to 8., F. & W. Railway office. '_' Kissimmee......,........ 11:20 6:25 11:40 Arrive Mobile via L.&N. R. R.......... 1:50 pm
4t Orlando ..............,_... 12 25a 7:10 12:05p Arrive New Orleans la L. &N. R.R. 7:20 p m
ACRES OF LANDFOR Ar Hanford (So Fla R'R 1:00 8:20 1:15 Arrive Nashville via L. &N. R. R._. 7.05 p ni.
2,500,000 Arrive Louisville via L. &N.R.R.... 2:12 a m
Lv Titusville..?.N..1.? 11:28a Arrive Cincinnati via L. &N.R. R... 6:30 a nx
** Osteen .............._....;_ 1:12p Arrive St.Louis via L.&N. I.RN.N.... 7:35 a m
., Ar Enterprise. .......;.._ l:33p Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville -
Lv Enterprise ....?:.'...... 1:37p and St. Louis via Thomasvllle, Mont-

Lv Tavares......_..._. .... 7:00( 11:4i'a gomery and Nashville.EAST I .
THE FLORIDA SOUTHHRN mm mm Mt Dora........__...?. 7:13 11:.'17a TENNESSEE EXPRESS.
I-Iorrento..........:....... _, '' 7:38 12:17p: Arrive Jacksonville._.._..__..._ 7:25 a m
Ar Panford ......_...._..:..:. AM 8:25 lSOp Leave Jacksonville .,........._............. 7:00 p
SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF Lv 8M u tord....._'-......._.- 1:15 ,8:10: l:35p Leave Callahan............____........,7:40pm
Monroe.-....-.-..._ 8:40 1:41 Arrive Waycross...._..............N........ 9:30 p m
Columbia Bradford, Clay, Putnam Alachua Levy Marion Orange 44 Orange City: June..... 1:46 8:59 2:02 Arrive Jesup-. ......_......_.....................10:57 p m
44 DeLand Junction.-. 2:00 9:12 2:13 Arrive Macon via E.T.V. & G. R. R8:.50 a m
I Ar 9:30 2:27Lv Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V. &G.R.R.. 7:20 a m
Sumter Hernando Brevard Baker & Manatee DeLandDeLandRy( )
Hillsborough, folk
DeLand "u 8:55 1:55 Arrive Chattanooga E.T.V.& 0.1:3.5p m
Pullman Buffet Cars and coacbes
'Consisting of the finest Orange, FaiLilng, Vegetable and Grazing Lands in the State of Flor-. Lv Spring Garden......... 2:19 9:31 2:30 to and from Jacksonville and passenger Chattanooga.
.J' Ida. Prices SL25 per acre and upwards according to location. Seville 3:02 10:00: 3:10
44 .Huntington"Cre3G 3:26 ,10:29. 3:31 SAVANNAH EXPRESS.
For further information apply to Office. Florida Southern Railway Co., Palalka,Fla; 44 Pomona......_( ... .) 3:38 .10:40 3:41 Arrive Jacksonville........ ...............>.. 5:30am
Ar Palatka.._._-_.-....-. 4:15: 11:12 4:14 Arrive Gainesville. ......-....................10:30 a m
L. N. WILKIE, W. P.. COUPEK, Leave Jacksonville....._.........,._...... 9:00 p m
1 ChIef Clerk and Cashier,Land Department Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. AM AM Leave Gainesville__............... _. 3:45 p m
Lv LeesburgFla( So ty) 10:55 Leave :Lake City....._....................._ 3:25 p m
:;JR..ev. Phe 1. Ocala. 12:4ip: Leave Live Oak_................-........>.. 6:55 p m
L37rn.. an. ];) s., 6:45 1:30 Arrive Waycross..........,......... ,.......,...11:45 p m
:' SANFORD. FLORIDA. Ar Palatka .?...._......... 10:40 4:10 Arrive Albany: via B.& W.R. R......... 5CO a m
J, Lv Palatka 4:17 11:17 4:19 Arrive Macon via Central R. R....._. 9:10 a m
SELLS '* Green Cove Spring 5:21 12:19p: 5:16 Arrive Atlanta via Central R.RN_... 1:05p m
FORRESTER'S CHEMICAL MANURES 44 :Magnolia ,..?..........?. 5:23 12.-22 5:18: Arrive Chattanooga via W.&A.< R.R. 75 p m
Orange Pork........_?. 5:58 12:56 5:48 Arrive Savannah..._......_.............. 6:10 a m
PREPARED FOR Ar Jacksonville......._.?_ 6:30a l:28p 6:20p Arrive Charleston.......?. ......_......11:40 a m
Oranges Trees and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden Crops, Pullman Buffet Cars Jacksonville to Cin-
Three trains between Jacksonville and San- cinnati and through coaches Jacksonville to
SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOR EACH CROP. ford. No change of cars between Jacksonvilleand Chattanooga.

Vermin-Feeding Compounds used in the Manufacture of these,.Good Tampa. Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from Jack-
The 12:30 p.m. Cuban fast mail train awaits sonville and Savannah.

,The highest grade goods are tne best and cheapest,and these goods meet the want: :Man} the and arrival stops only of the at the fast principal mall from stations the North andat Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
ears' tests find them to be all that is claimed for them. References can be given,but it heedless Lemon street Palatka and Steamship connections, and baggage
where goods are HA well known. It can be truthfully said that these are the standard making connection checked through. Also, Sleeping Car berths
Tampa with steamers for Key.est and
and sections secured at the Company's Office
Havana on Monday and Thursday evenings. in Astor's building,82 Bay street,and at Passenger -
CANADA UNLEAOHED HARD WOOD Pullman Buffet Sleeping cars are attached to Station,and on board People's Line
this train from New York through to Tampa, Steamers H. B. Plant and Chattahoochee and
; and to 8:00 m. train from to
Tampa through
DDe ry-Baya Line Steamer City of JacksonVille
in Oar Lots.
: Supplied : Washington.Direct .
connection Is made at Palatka with General Passenger Agent.
:H E' S. :PUT UP: JLN :BAGS OH I'3ARR :Li9. the Florida Southern Railway to and from ft. a Trr.FVTjyo titwriwt45udeut.:
Mo : Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg,and other points
reached by that road. Also with the St.Johns
Cheapest Fertilizers in Use. and Halifax Railway for Ormond, Daytona.

Direct Guaranteed analysis. Price and pamj>1i1etJi-ee. Address c. .' At Huntington with stages for Crescent City.
shipments. At Orange City Junction with B.S., O. C. A K
CHAS. STEVENS, Box 437,Ir apanee, Ont., Canada. _____ A. Ry for Lake Helen and New Smyrna. At Fancy Poultry.
Monroe with Belt
Orange Railway
Diem erof Mercantile A. Bo.nWN &. P.O. Shipping: and Oakland. At Sanford for all points
Exchange.CUfTIH jvo. SO. : POULTRY YARDS
", ,, reached by South Florida Railroad. MONCJIIEF ,
Wholesale Commission .Merchants.SOUTH' Steamer leaves Tltnsvllle for Cocoa, "Rock- P. p. Box 381* Jacksonville, :Ha.
ledge, Melborne and all intermediate It"lingson W.
Indian River,at8 a.m.,Monday,Wednesday W. KENDBICH, ,
ERN'; 'AND VEGETABLES. and Friday. Returning, leaves Mel White ,and Brown Leghorns Light 'Brah-

<. ..'; : : .. bourne,at 5:30 a. m., Tuesday,Thursday and mas, Plymouth Rocks Lan hanl'. and
J. .A.h'.tpmW'.1.te: : $ ;--< Saturday.City Wyaudottes Until further noticewillfurniah : -
., '- 9 .""' : ;'t< ticket office,northwest corner Bay'and :Eggs from the above varieties at|1,pro
i All receipts sold and accounted'for New for Stencils.References '. .:..&.' j'_:' .. Hogan sts. L.O. DeuiKG G.T.A. thirteen, delivered at Express: office. '

,Irving National: Bank, York. ." w.....JJi;", 1 M.R.MORAN, Gen.Eupt. and G. P.A. Mention DISPATCH. .

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: 'The Largest. and Hast Complete Establishment -


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,FANCY POULTRYA. The elegant Steamers of this Line.are appointed to.sall" "

4 From Jacksonville .

J. A.T A3MCS: n Every Thursday follows. ;

MANATEE,:FLA., Steamer' CHEROKEE.,..........................H...........:.Thursday,October 13th,1:00 p.m
Notary Futile and Justice of the Peace. .. 0 SEMINOLE ..-......................,...................Thnrsday, October 20th,6:00 a. m
4. CHEROKEE...........................'.'........... .ThursdayOctober27th,12.-00 m
Has for sale one thousand acres of choice From Femandiiia, Fla.,

, hujd Braindentown on Manatee Ellenton river,In and sight Palmetto of Manatee, andIs Geo. S. Hacker & Son Every Sunday evening after arrival' of F. R. & N. Co's trains, as follows: -.f...'

manufacturers' agent for Wire Fencing, Steamer DELAWARE................. ...................................Sunday,October 2d
Poultry Netting, Lime, Cement, Fertilizers MANUFACTTTBEB OF YEMASSEE ................................?................,....., Sunday,October 9th '
and Plantation Supplies,Cracked Corn and DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDINGAnd i' CITY OF COLUMBIA .... ........................................Sunday October 16th t\\,
Rice,Granulated Lime,Rock and:Shell. Cattle YEMASSEE... .... ..... ...".................................Sundav October 23d ': ,'"
and Poultry Feed ground to' order InBteara CITY OF COLUMBIA.......................:...... .... .... ... Sunday,October30th -: '
mill on premises. Building Material. All Ships sail from Fernandina after arrival of afternoon trains of Florida Bill way and
Has also breeding kennels of acclimated Office and Warerooms, King, op. Cannon St. Navigation Company. "
Lave ck and Irish Setters, Irish Bull Ter Charleston, S. C. Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29 E.R.,New York, every TUESDAY and FRI
riers. Blow-trail Bloodhounds Colorado DAY,at 3 p.m. Tuesdays'ships for Fernandlna and Fridays'ships for Jacksonville.
Catch or Tiger Dogs (for wild hogs,bear and The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line arc unsurpassed. Every attention
tramps). QO WANT A O O G will be given business entrusted to this Line. Direct all shipments from New York"'vi
well-stocked with freshly Imported male Colored plates 100 engravingsof For further information. apply to
birds which are mated with carefully selected different breeds,prices they are J. A. STEAD,Agent. F. M.IRONMONGER,JB. G. F. P. A., J.A. LESLIE,Agent
hens of our own raising, each variety being |worth and where to buy them.[ Fernandina, aJacksonville ha. 88 W.Bay St.,Jacksonville,*!*,
allotted to separate enclosures In a forty-acre II II Stifled for 15 Cents. THEO. G. EGER,Traffic Manaarer, WM. 1'. CLYDE & CO., Gen. Agents, -
orange grove. Fggs carefully packed in baskets ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, 35 Broadway,N. Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia Pa.35 Broadway.N.Y. fi
at following prices:' i.- [287 S.Eighth St.Philadelphia,PA, -
White Leghorns (Knapp's) Pit Games :ESTABLISHED 1H75. !
(Heathwoods), Plymouth Rocks.Hawklns), _- "' ,j R
Game Batams(Sbonldlngs), Light BrabmasWilliamasenRonen To sell our Stamps Rubber. "
( ) and Muscovy Ducks,51.00 IT PAYS I CHANDLER Free Catalogue to A ents. GRAIN GARDEN SEED y$

Claiborne and Cuban Games Silver Bearded C eland Rhio .... ,
and Crested Polish,W.F.Black Spanish Buff AND i
Cochins Golden Laced Seabrlghts and Imperial
White Pekin Ducks,$1.50 per thirteen. MUST BE SOLD. FERTILIZERS I
Crested Black Polands, Houdans, ,
White Keuka P. O.... .........$ 25 .
Wyandottes(Prestons), Lan gshan (Crouds), 110t I in near -
Boneys Brown Leghorns,$2.00 per thirteen.. 1 L lot in Keuka, on Lake.................. 15 vJZ-iLX.A.: : .A.. :;EIC>Ua.S: "

Bronze and Seminole Turkeys, 13.00 per 40 Acres near Bostwick............... 100 (Successor to J. E. Hart,) .

nine.Booted Whl'e Cuban Carrier Pigeons,J1.50 10 Acres fruit land at Keuka.........:. 100 20 West Bay Street, .Jacksonville, Fla. '

.per nair. 10.Acres in town of Keuka ............. 300 handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free on t
application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In '
600 "
5 Acres Oranges, Peaches and Pears

H. CHANNON CO.Canvas Small Grove and House (nice)..... 700 Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat
ED. RUMLEY Kcnkn Lake Fla ,



I. E. Tygert & Co.'s 4 Star Brand Fertilizers.
Wagons. Stacks, Etc.
Guaranteed AnalysIs.

Cotton (Ducks, Comprising ORANGE TREE and VEGETABLE
Awarded the Elrst Premium at the South Florida
All Weights and Exposition. Send for description and price to the FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE
TENTS ALL KINDS. widths. ,FIn.MUNSON'S 'JIlt<< ..
Patentee,THOMAS H1ATT Ice bnrar
BOOK Catalogue sent free.
22 to21 Mari .t street,Chicago' ,111. I NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC.

MILLS Prices on application. July Z1 U

Teachers! PlaYOfS I! eSers[ GRINDING R. T. YOUNG, Justice of the Peace. F. M. COOPER, Notary Pub c..

Should now select and purchase Musle Book FOBCORN J.8,000 Acre

fQr their ue and pleasure during the ensuing Of the beet quality heavy oak,.hickory and.cabbage hammock having miles of river and
Fall and Winter. : & FEED bay fronts-and best water protection in Florida. Especially "
Oliver Dltsou A Co issue SHEET MUSIC adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables. :.+
In such immense quantities that it Is perfectly A 0 **
impossible to advertise it, All new publications O i a? '
are intelligently described 'i y'I' GRINDINGTheBESTonEARTH =o --0 f."CI &
in, their Interesting and valuable kt'' pq= I O *. s
JtlO TIIJ Y Il7SlC&Ij'IlECOUD, tCw'L i m M m C.Ti>s 3 YOUNG & COOPER, n!g5'' .aa!.aa
ffl ..rt r 0** iS QC a..w..** "'S -
,#1.00 pcr year J which every o-e needs. eS. ....'g -C Q) ",, OIs e.Q' ct ", "' 'ct! .csu :
Look Out for the imprint of Oliver Ditson >" aPJQ) -
Mill Outfits
&:; Co.,on the music you purchase. They do Flouring .CIS=-tt i:CIS OQdam Real Estate Auents, : Q,q=::5' 2 oocd 1'1
not care to publish anything but the best Send Circulars. Address of o .am o
music, and their name is a guarantee of =eo n'"o mom'Palmetto, ITlanatee Co., Fla liafs P.
merit. I MUNSON BROS. .=0 f g.: p So--
Send for Lists Catalogues Hud Descriptionsof 9..u 00 m5! apf ..
any Music or.Music Book wanted. Box 816. UTICA.N.Y. tI'f'. .
Town property improved and unimproved
in all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and -
Books. ---------
New And Popular ---- bay fronts Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites S

Plantation and Jubilee Songs. Beautiful New "Up on mainland_ and Islands., Yachtine unsurpassed.__ orrespondence? solicit
right Piano, Rosewood
.. Newest and Best collection. 30 ets. Case,only$165.
p -
Emanuel. Oratorio by Trowbridge. 41.00, Now Organs only fr f r
$9.00 per doz. New. An American Oratorio. $6 0. Greatest Bargains ? JBEST
Jelio van's Praise. church Music Book. Ever Offered. :

$1.00,$9.00 per doz. Emerson's newest and Established 28 years. GUARANTEED TO CHOP,
best. For Catalogues,addressWashington. IN THE WORLD NOT GRIND THE MEAT. .

United Voices. For Common Schools GeinPiano and Organ Co, roa CHOPPISO 11010 I Chops 3 Ibs.per minute]

-50 els. $'.80 per doz. Just out. Charming .If. &.A* Sausage- 3feat, MinceMeat HOyfH. 1 Price, 93.00. '
i School Song Collection. Hamburg Steals &OP 12 Chops 2 HI". "minute I
Book Mailed For RetaUJPricej for DI"peptlu, Bur Price, 8 ..50.
; Any : Chas. M. Davidson & Co. t 3
Chops Zk.pwmlnvtePrJee. \
: ', Tea,for Invalids, &e. 195
No.231 East Trade St., Charlotte,N.C. $4.00.
OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston.C / Farm and Fireside says: 0 OO.i' Chops 4Ib".pnomlnvte \
H. DITSON Co., WHOLESALE FRUITERS, "It is the only Meat Chop = Pr1ee $0.00.
I 867 Broadway,Ne w York.
I per we'eTer saw that w.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. would 'giro,house room. It Americas iyricclturlst gays
WILL BUY THE BEST SAW has proTen such a very use-, .."We hare gi?.n thla Meat
00 Shipments Florida Fruits solicited. ful machine that we want Chopper a thorough trial Kith ;
our readers to enjoy its benefit '- i meet satirfactory results.
Pb MILL Special. attention paid to the sale of oranges. *with u J:?' -- They
=- kind made in eitherMmispbere."
ti. Quick sales and prompt. returns.Stencils SOLO BY THE .' =
t HARDWARE. _TRADE.: 2o. 10 Family Size, P.Q: SEND .FOR CATALOGUE.
sent on application.

FOR Write THE for" Illustrated MONEY.Deeeriptire Circular.' PReferencea-Commercial National' Bank, lU'SE HTO. CO.; PHILADELPHIA. ?L: K
Merchants and Farmers! National., ,
RICHMOND MACHINE WORKS. \Vm.Johnston. -- '. .

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