The Florida dispatch
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00055757/00102
 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: December 5, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038464
oclc - 01386590
notis - AKM6254
lccn - sn 95026759
System ID: UF00055757:00102
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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Slcin BloodPlMPLEStoScROFWJ -' 'vor y Lamps, .ings of all kinds 8an1 wor .ete.
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relieved by&warm bath with CnTICUKA > '" City' GEO. L MOC :"
SOAP,a real Skin Beautifler, and a I Fire Dogs, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Dinner, Tea and NIHf;, ,
ingle application of CUTICUBA. the greatSkin .
Cure. Baskets and Wooden-w&TeI.. Toilet !S ts. (New Building at Old Stand.) _
This repeated daily,with two or three doses -
of CimcuBA. RKSOLVEXT, the New Blood Particular Attention Paid to .Mail Orders. 48 & 42 West Bay St., lackftanvllte,.R&.
Purifier to keep the blood cool,the perspiration -
pure and tmirrttetinff.bowels open
-tho, liver and kidneys active, will speedilycure. ROOKWELL & KINNE
... Hardware, Cutlery, Stores and Tbt'WM1le
Eczema letter,ringworm,psoriasis,lichen, Successors to Nlcholn. lockwell &Co., Wholesale and Retail Honsefurnishing Goods, Granite and '.

des pruritus of torturing,stall head, disfiguring,dandruff,,and Itching everyape.,. scaly, Hardware,Steves, House Furnishing Goods,. Grates Mantels, Paints, Agate Ware, Sash, Doors, BUs4I,,.<".

and pimply diseases of the skin and scalp Oils, Saddlery Guns/ Ammunition Etc. Oils, Agricultural Implements,-
with loss of hair, when physicians .and all Iron and Steel.Bope,Belting. ::
known remedies mil. r Parties in town or out will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices Of any .
Sold everywhere. PrIce CCTICUBA" 00 c.; goods. they..may need- In*>nr line. Prices lower than ever. ... Hose and Packing Pumps,
SOAP,S5c ; LZEsoLvitNr.El., Prepared by the : ,. Steam and Water Pipe ,
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POTTEB DRUG ANA CHEMICAL Co., iioston "- and Fitting! Four
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Steel Galvanized ,
"""'-Send for How to Cure Skin DlS8MeST ." ;
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LAiL P1S; 'lilaakheida, .< skin prevented by CUTICURAMEDI, o; ". Grates,*.. /.'!
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l and BOM Plows, Dangler OU Stores,
Perry* Co's Celebrated Stores and :l
of the Richest,Land*In the State.Representing .
; Raaffes,Southern (St. Louis)White
Y Lead. Masury's Pure Colors IB Oil,

Masvy's Railroad Liquid
all Ute :.. :. Paints, Fairbanks -" .

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.. JlOHTin Roofing Sheet Iron.Copper SAd Tim
1 AOKBONVILL'X, .- :FLOFIDL Work to order.

done In all ate bi+ ...... Consisting of beau fal Lake Front;'High and Low Hammook,9tes4- .
a troves;and.rich'reclaimed lands far garden purposes :

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LOTS IN :,KISSIMMEE:, WEST KISSIMMEE. AND'PINE-DALE..,. or Gas done on appltoa&oa.Also .

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AuzAcrva&Ite ort :'.' Bead tor Prtee and Dee&i&ea Ltet. 't ... '\t. : : CUTTERS,PtSft*l WBi..
AW MILLSANDENGINESS !....'j "t" ..:r". -,..:..,' "':i"". ..::1-. '. .,'-.5.,J!"' . '" ..4 'j(.::, 'r....l-Mention*-. to eorer Cd cort Paper...Seo4.IttOItrllope. (

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;'i ;:,.. RATES OF PARe GE. 'Y, ,Order: all ourtrelgbttrom: New York,Philadelphia and Boa-
; .... .. ton via Mallory, 8.S.Line, from Pier: o.21 East River,New York

.,. Direct connection at Fernandlna with F.R.&N.By.,
fa.. ': For Jacksonville and all Interior, points in the State.

"Trtie HMCfiflee&t Iron BteMMhigs ojf tfeta Line WIlI88.11 from -" ..
'tl'Ji'iBNAJlrBIN4,FLA.,for N EW YORK,every Thvpsday even This Pioneer Line offers to Floridians,the Traveling Public
teg alter..arrival of 4:80 tntla ,frees J''' *eI1V1lle, ad'evening and Shippers, Vegetables and Oranges the Quickest and
trains from Cedar Key Oealo,Leestwig. ,Tavares, Orlando and Only Direct Line to New York.
south Florida points., j Throngb; Tickets and information secured in advance atC
.OF BAN ANTONIO.wmMMMMM.Thursday. ,Novenr'tier 10BTATE principal points in F1)rlda. State-rooms reserved from Jacksonville -
OF' TKXA8.,N._' N.................:....Thursday.! 'Nov- f ber 17, ", or Fernandlna office.
.. OF 8ANANT01UO: ..N......_' ".Thanriay,November M / .treet9J'.J! : F. B.A N.Go's Main Depot foot of Hogan
"ATE OF '$ICAIIN.! _..._..._...:...Thursday December 1 e,at 8.80a-m and 4.20pmon sailing days,
+e. OF SAN A TO1VI0....__:...._ Thursday;December, 8 ,: landing passengers on Steamship's wharf, foot. of Centre St.,..
.ATE O F TEXAS..........___.'i hursday December 15 Kvery attention possible is extended passengers going Fernandlna. y
;.c.OF.SAN ANTONIO,..__ .;;.._.Pb1lnd&yDecember. ,by this line. The,table Is :supplied with the-best' the. ,49'For Tickets. and. Stat&o. rooms and.' further information,
STATE OPTEXA8L_... :M.NM.. ..1hor d&y.Deee.her. 'New York:and Florida markets afford.-'" J. apply'to ., ." 22: y' :-

R. W. BOUTHWICK, Agent:,;P araa ins,Fla. A.,H: CRIPPEN}Qen'l, Travling Agent J. M.. CUTLER Pass.Agent,75 West Bay Bt.Jacksonville,Fbu
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.' With' tine 'Magn. .fi eat\ Connectlona. -. '. a. .

The Great Fast .Express Freight System .f'. the South.The .

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attention of shippers is directed. to the Plant S. S. Line between Havana,Key West and,Tampa,and People's Line of Steamers between Sanford,F*-
1at.ka. and Jacksonville,South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford S., F.'do,W. Ry.between Jacksonville,:Gainesville River Junction and Savannah -
Savannah and Charleston; and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,Philadelphia Boston and New York.; 'The best equipped fastest and most
prompt lines between all points in Florida.and all points North'and Northwest.. Receivers and Shippers will'profit by the following. unparalleled connection t

Double daily ft" t frclcbt serviee,for all points West via Albany;Jesup and Savannah.: Double dally.fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jesnp and Savannah -
to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville Callahan -
Dally last freight all rail. connection via the Line to all Eastern, Interior and Live Oak. '
gad Coast points,including New York, Boston, Pbllalelphia, Baltimore Washington and Tr1-weekl service bv>> the'fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from
New York(New Pier 35,North River,) direct for Savannah, Tuesdays,Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tri-wcekly,connection for :New York via the Ooean'Ste8maMp, Company,leaving Savan- .
BA&. Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston ,
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants. and.Miners Transportation Company,lea!- for Savannah direct making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight tnrsda&
IngSavannah Tuesdays and Fridays. Tor all points 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., 1g.from Philadelphia every Saturday tor
> Savannah every Thuraday.Weekly .. Savannah direct
connection for Philadelphia via the Ocean Steamship Comany leaving.... Savannah From Baltimore Merchants and :Miners Transportation Co.,two steamers_per week
.very Saturday. '',''' > from Baltimore for Savannah direct making{close connection with S., F.&W. Ry for allpoints
,m,. Bailing days for St em ships are subject to change without notice. f,.''';''> : South. ;
The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and best fast freight route from all points North,East. and West to Florida. For full particulars,rates stencils and shipping receipts apply
'to any agents of the above lines,'or to'- f m WM. P. HABDEE,'Gen'l Freight Agent,Savannah, Qa-
'O. D OWENS Traffic Manager,Savannah,Ga. .. ..:'.. .' : W. :M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l'l'ramcA Jacksonville ,FlB.J. : .
I H M. SCHr zr,Trav.Agent",Gaine ?,lle' ,: J. E. DaAYTON.Trav.Agent, Live Oak. .'H;STEPHENS Agent,Jacksonville, I
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,References H.Manville,Jacksonville; L. L. Newsom, Crescent City; B.F.Whither, Supplying: Not Only Plant Food, but Organic Matter.
: Ft. Reid; Rev.Lyman Phelps Sanford; J. B. Owens Sparr, Orange Lake, Fla.; 4th Nat'l .
Bank, Boston. "
16 Years Established.WHOLESALE ,
: __ .-. (a':*. s. I .A..I..1\I.1: ., Ammonia.....!.......... .......... 4 per cent | Phosphoric Acid...............:.,* 2}{per cent
COMMISSION MERCHANT : ., Sulphate Potash.4..w... ....... 6 per cent ,1. .

SOUTHERN PRODUCE A SPECIALTY, :, Ammonia. ,....*t................ 3K cent I Sulpbate Potash............."...11 percent
166 Reade Streets New lerk. Phosphoric Acid;.............. 5 to 6 per cent!I. Potash, actual................... 6&per cent
IIII ,\ \",l. ,Consignments solicited and Returns made promptly." Stencils and Market Reports furnished **: ",,'. <#ir ', remainder consists of thoroughly pulverized humus.*V&> ', ',
on application. .
RIYZEENCas-Chatham: National Bonk Thurber, New York City: ale '
Banks and established Produce Merchants of New York,Philadelphia,Baltimore and Bosto NO MUCK NEED BE USED WITH THESE FERTILIZERS.

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VESSEL STEAMBOAT AND YACHT WORK.y I have used "Our Favorite" Fertilizers upon Orange Trees,Roses and Garden Plants,,
,and,I do not want anything better.
'" HENRY G. HUBBARD Crescent ,Fla.
Building aid ,of all Kinds Done with Despatch.. .. I tried your Fertilisers on Onions;Cauliflowers and other Vegetables. I er it an.
,. ,. : Repairing excellent and cheap Fertilizer which will greatly improve the land, and is not simply a
White Oak Plank and Timber,Spruce and Hard Pine Spars,Hackmatack. Oak Knees and H. LEGLER;Haskell,Fla.
bite 11ne kept on hand. Yard 146 East Bay 8L, Jacksonville*Fla.' .. '. "
: ;*', .' '. '.. .', :jt, ,i" ,;; PRxCEl3 PER TONI
> J 4 e :.;-1 '" TWENTY: YEARS ESTABLISHED. Orange Tree Manure.,,..........in sacks $21001 Vegetable Manure'.............in sack $17 (CO) ,
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P. :A. Pa.ErJHr:: : : .i 33A.N: ,, ., "
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Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant. >

!/',', Florida Fruit and Vegetables' a:specialty. No. 234 North Delaware..Avenuev{below,Vine ., , :: ,./,< CEO.: A HUTCHINS N
t ::J t a"promptly:; made as advised. Stencils and market reports furnished on application. '. Crescent City Florida.
: ':Reference: H.8.Kedney Winter Park,Fla.; A. H Carey Orlando Fla.; L.H. Law- > II.
.1... ,'renee.. Winter Park, Fla.,and the trade generally in Philadelphia and New,York. ,


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Oen Choiee Fruit and Vegetable Lauds near transportation for investment or Cultivation
<( Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Daily Mall.
I .:: '" Also Tow Lets at Baa Pablo and Atlantic City ou the 1 ustallment Plan if desired. AddtesRIa.
.. D pnt.l.'-.." a ecialit" _,ted- the" Expoa4Uan.:. Prompt" returns" '"'''guaranteed.Feektre .4'''' .Xmt-irra_,President,over Baak:of Jacksonville. ,or W.B. SKANTt 6n2t.. '
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time the foregoing descriptions were I Sub-Tropical country, hence its adapt- with other peaches, and, my reason

b& Orchard. made (May 25th), the largest spec? ability in our semitropical ,climate. for that conclusion is that observation '

:; : J imens of this variety were about half Starting with it as a head, I shall look leads me to believe them sports.

grown. It ripened its first peaches for grand results to come from this to Coming, as the Peen-to has, from a
The Bidwell Group., last year, July 5th, and is said to resemble us new strain of peaches. Coming as country of severe drouths in the hot

Last week we gave some account of the Bidwell's Early in every- it has from a climate similar to ours of season, in this climate of extreme humidity -

the several new varieties of the Peento thing save that it is not as highly South Florida,' "as to heat and cold. during the hot months, this peculiar

race, raised from Peen-to seed by colored. Johnson says, "the mercury rarely change in these new forms is
This tree has a,,different habit of falling to three of four degrees of attributable to that climatic changeand
L Bidwell with illus
Mr. A. together growth ,from the Early, being an upright frost in that particular section; in to none other.BIDWELL's .

trations of the' improved Peen-to of. compact grower. with round other respects it is quite different, ,the EARLY PEACH.
Mr. Bidwell and its the Peen. from rains in the winter and theBIDWELL'S
parent, symmetrical head, quite 'different falling Origin, Orlando, Fla., by Albert I.

to. It will be remembered thatsix of Ir Bidwell, from seed of Peen-to in 1881.
the nine known the Bid. "''z' Tree and
seedlings as ,.". ; remarkably vigorous pro-
# well group, were not flat like the Peen Ii'I ductive, bearing annual crop of good

to, but elongated, ,like the ordinary ._ I "1 : : ..'1-.,,."(I;. :;size, and most beautiful fruit; is nearly
:' ;t 1; without hairs; skin thin, smooth 1
fruit of the peach. Of the 'Oblong :or; 4 ,." very
\\of shape conical, with a peculiar,sharp,
'round Bidwell, the early ,andlate: short, recurved point; a semi-cling;nut

aye attracted most, attention. .- f; On very small; color a delicate carmine,

this page will" be found illustrations of spreading over a rich, pale ground;
t, 3 : flesh much like its parent, except
these two varieties. The; engraving of ti
: richer, sprightly, very juicy, delicously:
the Bidwell's Early is now used for : sweet and fine; nearly lacking in.the

the first: time, having been designedand I little noyau peculiar to the Peeiri to,

engraved especially for the FLORIDA with the habit of bloom out of season
lost. Ripens about the time
DISP A.CH.' These new peachesare same

described ,as follows:. with the Peen-to, May: 10th tai 25th.
: ra t4' tr s h r wja4 1'Sh:4r A peculiarity of this peach is, that it
indwell's Early.! -General l appear hangs a long time on the tree; it's sea-

ance good, size medium, skin smooth, son of gathering may be prolonged to

shape round, slightly oblong, with twice that of other peaches, a remark-

moderate suture and short, recurved ably good shipper. '
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point; color pale yellow washed with For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. ',

carmine,deepest round the stem; half ?xte r .... What's in a Name. ? :,>

.. SiD03 the Peen-Pin-Pien-
cling, with small, short .
f' ,. ..' LATE.BIDWELUS to question has been discussed -
thick seed <
having a sharp,
pretty fully, I would
slightly curved point; flesh' \ suggest that both Pin and

white, fine grain, melting( Pien bear "internal evi-
and juicy; sweet, sprightlywith % dence"origin as a French

slight noyau or hitter Ott.Syy.. t F,. ;7'vL attempt to reproduce the
sound ol Pcen.
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almond flavor quality good. A
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The flavor. suggests the par- f .,,1..' t pf lja :!? twMJ m .r,: y 1 the new hybrid abom-

ent Peen-to; it is a sweeter 4 ination, Villa ,Francha, for

peach than the latter,and our excellent and unoffending

it has marked lemon? This lemcn .
although .
.y+,Y. r1, took its name from village
almond flavor it is : 4 Tysry ,,, a
an v : ?' %I } v
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agreeable noyau rather s 4'r France, close to or on the

than the objectionable bit Italian boundary. Owing
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ter eo often present in the 4 t"'bb to immunity from certain

Peen-to, until it reaches theI I customs or other regula-
tions, this town was knownas
point of perfect ripeness.The p t 'f.i the Free City. Villa
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two original trees, Nl' t j Yi.a1 .'(3'St 'r/5 Y ?4;.' 'tifr>' } Franca, on the Italian side .

for there are two Bidwell's '?" ? ra .rk F vk 4s s Y 4'r: rk< i'+'. Div m1s: :1,{..qfyr i .u of the boundary, and Ville
l ;ri u; i it Franche on the other. But
Early trees among the nine L
s'i Villa Francha is an en
seedlings identical in every 4p tirely original combination

respect, are now but little i and it is to be hoped thatthe

over five years old; they <4. inventor will copyright

measure five inches in di- it and prosecute all imita

ameter, are thirteen feet EARLY. 'r'--'.1..."nT\n'............ ... T.. lr..an.4. .&....... 'I. <',
high, withspread of about fifteen feet. the usual straggling habit of the |summers are extremely dry; in many .,
peach. sections the soil is sand. We already .
The trees each held at least four bushels -
i have several sports from this Peen-to Our correspondent, D. R Pijsbry, '
of fruit this season. The first'ripe For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
peach; with many of them the form recommends the 1.
following for
Bidwell's Early were gathered on May Peen-to and Bidwell's Early. apples
has changed, they are round occasionally Florida
7th, the same day the first Peen-to [Extract from advanced sheets"Peach Cnl- the habit of the free to produceits : Tetofsky, Red Astrachan,

ripened in the,adjoining orchard. On tore In'South Florida" by James Mott.JI J peculiar shaped, flat fruit, is,brokenup. Duchess of Aldenbury and Wealthy.He .

the 25th all the Bidwell's introduce the Peen-to Peach, as The physical structure of the i thinks it probable some of the '
-were ready
being the parent of a to us new and trees has not changed, however; it is I Russian apples may do well here. Mr.
for market.
The orchard of '
young valuable race of peaches: without what we term seed variation, as in the P. J. Berckmans
this variety, planted the spring of question it is of that family found wild nectarine. By some these different says Russians,

1886, bore a'few peaches this year. by Atchison, in Afghanistan, a perennial forms,have,been thought to he hybrids.In have not'thus far succeeded in the
.', tree as'he remarks it I South, and thinks their
'jiidiDai', concerning another chapter I have said I did success ;
Latc.E'One tree.L.:: At the
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For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. The peach unites freely with the B&\! can judge, without any good and cially bj: eliciting information from
Peach Trees Under Green' Pines. plum, and forms a healthy tree. I :sufficient reason; unless there is an inherent those who have a more extended expe
"Peach trees do well) under green have.found the Kelsey plum does<: not, ,constitutional weakness in the : rience.
,pines the. father ,of peaches says in, form a union with either the,peach". or. trees,,or they hive, been put Jn a.soil. Do,you think it advisable to grow
tEe DISPATCH of Nov. 14th. Why in plum stock as readily as the peach uncongenial to their growth. This cow peas among peacE*trees, provide: *
.the' world did he'not say so before I fitter reason, I: think,does not obtain, the ground is kept well hoed around
had( taken down 'those beautiful pine does.There is quite' a difference in the from the'fact that. all other varietiesof tbe.treesF: .DQ 'vbu/thinkthey) could
.( trees which I did l last winter to plant healthfulness and vigor of the differ- trees I have tried' make an'exceptionally have anything to do with"tile bunching
a" peach orchard; they would have ent plum and peach stocks one will, good growth. of the,roots? "B."
]looked so pretty "under the pines." get to work, and I think this has moreto Why my peach''' trees; which have Orlando, Flk?November 261887.;
Then' we could have stood in the do with the question than the variety had special care and a liberal supply' The'Anguillulse, or "root-knot", attacks
Shade'. of "the pines" to gather our or kind of stock.I of the fertilizing elements" adapted ,to !the cow peas as well as the.peach,
fruit. I do like the shade; as the have made fine stocks of a plum I the, growth of the peach, should persist and some claim. that growing peas
l land is shaded by "the pines;" and found in this region, called' the "Flor- in wearing their wrinkled and, faded :peach trees often leads to the
from those beautiful tall trees are ida Tame Plum;" but I think the wild garments, instead of donning ,rich among
:.roots' extending out. I have seen the infection of the latter, and usually-aggravates -
plum most hardy. robe of, green, is a mystery which I
. them run one; hundred, and fifty feet Neither Sprout to do any harm. would like to have solve I by'!you or the trouble where it exists.
, in: our, poor lands hunting for food. When the roots are broken, they will friend Taber, or any of the'many readers -' We should be.glad to.hear from those
We would not have to cultivate the send up sprouts,but these are easily re of your excellent paper learned :in :who have had experience in this mat
: trees to keep down the and
gras moved. peach culture.I .
ter.-ED. F. D. .
: .weeds-lots of' labor. saved-another Treat the would
sprouts as you am confident many of your read- t .
,bigp, . have,lived here so long and have; been to trouble.A solution. as I.know many to be in like Fertilizing- Peach Trees
!planting) so many peach 'trees that,I ftw plum stocks can be procuredfrom trouble. In your issue of November 28, I
T could,not have been the original discoverer the wild state, but, to have any That ,you may have a clear understanding ; find a; long,article on peach culture
of this valuable method. Wecan't quantity for a nursery, I think the of the case, I will give ypu for profit by, Mr. Walter Cooper, of
all be scientists, though. peach stocks are most easily raised. its history. Last December I put out Sorrento, Lake county Fldrida. As to
I have seen,others" plant, a nursery The plum stocks are not subject to 160 peach trees in my orange grove; the advisability of prunning r fully
: under the pines; I have seen veg- the borer or to the root disease that planted diem carefully, but think I concur. But when I come to' his for-
etable gardens planted "under green sometimes affects the peach. got them in a little too deep. Usedno mula for fertilizing, I am forced to
pines," and I have seen fruit trees of But the and the .
peach Japan plums fertilizer when planting. take issue with him, so as to save all
various kinds planted under green will outgrow in size the plum stock, January 19th, gave to each tree one I who might follow it from loss. ;His
'1'timber succeeding as anyone that and not make so comely a tree. As to and a half pounds of a compost of' formula reads as follows:
"3 knows how, trees grow would expect. which will be most enduring, we have equal parts-of bone decomposed with Cotton seed meal, 100,pounds.
t.. The practice of growing peach trees not had a sufficient time for trial. I potash and proudrette. Hard wood!ashes, 50 pounds.'
1 !with the orange trees I think a good think in those parts of the State where May 23d,. fertilized again with a Bone meal, 25 to 50' pounds.
one, provided the trees are planted far the root disease affects the peach, the compost consisting of two parts each The above to be well mixed and
enough that they both have room. plum is the only stock that should be of bone decomposed with potash, cot- ,hoed in.Now .
There is.a-marked, difference between used. I trust there is no difficulty of I ton seed meal, hard-wood ashes and ,Mr.Editor,the trouble with the
planting with or: dinting other trees that kind'in Putnam county, or north one part salt.. Three pounds of this above formula is very apparent, and
. and planting"undeV other trees. An and west of us. to each tree. the'use of each ingredient as follows:
'aBage in law l is, that possession<; is nine I suspect the peach is more apt to. Jq one part of the grove I allowed Cottonseed meal,for,ammonia;prin-
of'th&'ten points gained, and it works bloom in the winter on the peacli'than'on crab grass to grow between the rows, cipally.
, .justta':>out that Way in'planting under the plum roots. This may not be and in the balance cow peas, but kept Bone meal for phosphoric acid
.'. ;forest trees; the forest trees take the experience of others. I have seen the ground perfectly clear and well principally;
nine-tenths, of all the plant food. Japan plums on plum roots, that have hoed for a space of eight feet in diam- Hardwood S-for potash: princi
I whether it be naturally'' in the land or, i in
made about four inches growth a eter around each tree. pally.In.
,;whether we feetfit, to it. Even in that season.I About one third of the trees have mixing the above the potash?
rich Panasoffkee hammock, a soil have seen the same on the peach.I made a very fair growth, one-third contained in the hard wood ashes
whose strength grows live oaks that do ,not think this' failure is the have died, and many of the remaining. would, by a chemical l process, liberatethe
'.C are eighteen and twenty-seven feet in fault of either kind of stock. '
one-third do not look as if they had ammonia contained in the cotton
'". circumference, where 'only 'a few of The stocks worked were of a very any idea of glutting the peach market seed meal, thus causing,the'loss of the
*those scattering large trees have been feeble growth, or have been badly next year. most costly of all fertilizers,,and to
If 'left, and the wild orange trees that are treated since.I My orange trees, in the same soils remedy the above,fault, would recom
left too, and budded for the grove; none would advise anyone who has with no better care,and subject to like mend them to be used as follows: In
. that understands' the'growth of good, thrifty plum stocks to use them conditions in every respect, have madea January apply the bone meal and'pot-
.n 'plants, but can'see thenr6bbery of those I I'l I freely, either for the peach or plum. remarkably fine growth.' ash, in'late spring or early summer
great trees, their long arms reach- And I would recommend the same Some of the peach trees, I find, have apply the cotton seed!' meal, and it
-'ing out over' the"1 little trees beneath if one has peach stocks. I have never been attacked by the Anguillulce, or would be-still better to compost the
them., Again it depends very muchon seen either stock checked or dwarfedin root-knot insect, perhaps all of those cotton seed meal with muck a monthor
the soil a peach tree, is planted} in its growth by working to either not doing well. I selected four or five six weeks before using, thus allow
* 'whet we fiffd'the1'surface',rools. The peach dr plum.I of these for special treatment. In ad. ing it to become thoroughly decom-
'writer again says:' "The peach is not have been told of an orchard of dition to the-care and fertilizing men posed with! the muckthus, giving you _
such a voracious surface feeder as Peen-tos where the trees were young, tioned above,in the early part of May, two or three* times the amount of
'some'suppose" If the* idea meant' to and the trees worked on plum roots' I pulled the ground carefully away nitrogenous,matter for your trees.
' be"conVeyed' is'that a': peach tree, does produced twice the fruit the'trees on from the roots of these, and sprinkledover J. E. COLE.
'not require rich land,* and but little the peach roots did. I attributed thisto them about .twelve and a half Glen 8t.Mary Baker county,.Fla. )4
:fertilizing, I most respectfully dissent. the fact that the native plum will pounds of hard-wood ashes, and then November" .", ,887.CiLiflE. .. .
* From' its physical organization the grow wherever.the wire-grass will, and replaced the soil. This seemed to do
j \ peach tree seems to gather less food for where there is but :
a year or two some good, but very little. I ; FITS !
from the air than';'dny of our fruit- little or no fertilizer used;,, thee' "'bearing trees?*and!when we know that roots will and outbear the When 1 Bay coral do riot mean'merely'to: ttoptham
outgrow fourths of of iron
a quart at.e for a time and then have them return again I mean a
for every but hel of fruit taken from peach roots. But with prdpef treat- (copperas). This seemed to have a radical EPHYor cars FALLING,lh&Ye SICKNESS.th8diMaMotJ1T8..EP1Lo a life-longetndy. I
the tree, over two pounds of ,potash ment, I do not believe th'eftf' is, any good effect on one of the trees, tr&1T&D',1D1 remedy to cure; the worst,cases. Because.
) very tthemhanrt&11ed is no reason for not now reoeivtnaemmZ
* 'goes) With} it; not muriate, or sulphate, advantage. N.;W. but no visible result: on the others. Infallible Send at remedy.once for a Give treatise Express and and Free Poet Office.Bottle
butl,'potash pure, the planter must Welaka, Fla. And finally;as'adernier: resort,I gave ,JL U.HOOT,Di.C..183 Pearl tic.flew York
. J,.realize, that a peach' tree requires For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. to,each of the last mentioned trees a
,'fplentv!: of food. .. JAMES: MOTT. Can't Make His Peach Trees'Tlirive quarter, ,two of boiling'water.. This \ ALBERT FRIES,

;.;; For the DISPATCH. _? I am, in, trouble. My peach groveis did much more good than anything I St. Nicholas, Fla.,
. Plum or Peach Stock. not a.success', and to be compelled had tried. I,regret that I did not try Agent for Geo.W. Baker's
1 rave 'a word to say on' the above constantly to face a failure is the most it earlier in the season.I ROTTED BONE MANURE
',., :question, and good experience to es- aggravating trouble. A large propor-I have given this detailed statementof DECOMPOSED WITH,WASH. ,
i tablish position taken. tion of my peach trees wear a very my experience, hoping that it, may Twentq-flve dollars/per; ton free on board In
; The peachand,: plum.grow equally sickly look, and absolutely refuse to be of some advantage tothe_ ,many' NewYorK. .factory, price?delivered, tn

well on the peach and plum, stocks. ,make: ..;' any", growth. and that" :;., too,.,. as far readers'of.your .excellent paper,;espe-! _2>Budded.. to f 1 each, Orange; and. UmbrellaTrees, from

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; : crate-six baskets(35 pounds) Ives at ent at least, and until we can get that ted to the Department of Agriculture.
line1{ 1td' : 15| cents) ; one crate, six baskets (35 White wonder sought after for the THej? were" written ia"Prof. Ril y'.
.'.4. at 16 1-7 cents. laSt twenty years-the three above
..,.... I pounds) Champion absence by E. A. Schwarz, assistant,
1 varieties the only ones we ought
For the FLORIDA DI8P ATeJ!'. P. N.GREFE,171 Reade'Street, 1 are and L. O. Howard, Acting Entomol-
New York 2 1887. to plant extensively for market.
The Ives Grape Again. July J '
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ogist respectively:
With quicker transportation and ,
June 28th Two
shipped )
I cannot say that I overlooked :Mr.Steele's crates : One Ives, 35 pounds, at 20 more careful handling of fruit by the',I "The small, sotph r-ye11bw 1 larva,
article in the DISPATCH of railroad early varieties of vitis ornamented with transverse rows of
cents Delaware 35 at 30 very
; one pounds,
October: 3d entitled "The Ives Grapes cents. Vin era would pay handsomely those black tufts, and which feeds upon

Compared With Others/1 The fact is; PANCOAST & GRIFFITH who, in our Southern counties, could grape vine, is that of the AmericanProcris'
and-tore your paper into pieces. As (Grapes shipped 'July) 1st). Six earliest of these varieties are the most Lepidopterous family Zygn idce.
your cooler-blooded correspondent baskets Delaware, 29 J pounds, at 40 tender ones! The larvae' feed gregariously on1 the
fail to understand my feelings at the cents; four baskets Ives, 16 pounds, at The question is now, which is more underside of the leaf, and can, there-
reading of his; prose, and think me 10 cents. profitable to raise, Delaware or Ives? fore, be readily destroyed by hand-
rather an irritable man, I will give I say, Delaware and Ives. picking before they have' done much
here some explanations. July The lowest price we obtained for damage. Since this insect has two
In all my communications to your (Grapes shipped July 4th\ Sales our Ives was 10 cents per pound, (except annual broods; the destruction of the
paper I have had in,view the advancement by Post & Son of grapes: Six basketsChampion 4! pounds sold at 7 7.9 cents, and larvae of the first brood is especially
of the grape industry in Florida. 35 pounds at 11 1.7 cents; the average price has been for the important. The imago is of small
.I have tried by visits ,to middle, rind two baskets Champion. 18 pounds, at
whole crop, little over 12 cents, netting size and entirely black, excepting a
southern counties and sent tome 10 5-9 cents; two baskets Ives,, 18
reports 9 cents per pound. bright, orange-colored collar. Thereis
'from all of State to pounds,. at 11 1-9 cents; three baskets
parts ;ascertain The Ives which we shipped were a full and illustrated account of
the adaptability of the different Delaware, 13} pounds, 2215'cents.FLORIDA "
not "extra choice specimens, but included Procris Americana in Prof. Riley'sSecon1
; classes .and varieties of grapes to FRUIT EXCHANGE, } all the bunches ,on the vines, Report on the Insects of Missouri -
.the different sections. The result of ? Jacksonville, July ,1887., large and small. p. 85"
my observations I have published in (Grapes shipped July 1st, ). One, People have heard so often in the "The leaf-cutting bee referred to by

the DISPATCH. _I have not condemned crate, six baskets, Champion, 35 Florida papers of grapes selling at$1, Mr. W. F. Flemming, belongs to the
any grape of some value elsewhere as pounds, at 13ic; one basket Champion $2 and S3 r pound, peaches at 75 genus Megachile, of the family Apidcs
as being worthless ,all over the State nine pounds, at 111-10 centS.P. cents a piece, and, strawberries at $5 a or True Bees. Since there are'many
but, at the,same time, r have not felt N. GREFE, New York. quart; that some may rather sniff at species of this'genus known from North
enthusiastic over the merits of some (Shipped' July oth). July 8th- the modest price of 9 cents net for a, America, it is impossible without com-
new varieties not yet sufficiently testedin Six baskets'' Ives, 56 pounds, at 10 pound of grapes; but if they stop to parison of specimens, determine: the
the South, and whose origin makes 'cents; five baskets Ives, 23 pounds, at think that each Ives vine will yield particular species which does the injury
their adaptability to our soil and' climate 10 cents; four baskets Delaware, 18 10 pounds of grapes, and that thereare : to scuppernongs and roses in

rather doubtful, whilst, should pounds, at 25 cents; one basket Con _900_vines planned to the acre they Florida., The Megachiles have the
,they succeed well, they arM too tender cord, 4J pounds, 15 cents. will find that $810 is a respectable.. habit of cutting circular pieces out of
to bear shipment to distant markets. Florida Fruit Exchange: income from an acre of Florida land.I the leaves of various plants (espe-

In advocating the planting of Ives Nine baskets sold for $6.50; no do not pretend, however, that cially the rose bushes), and to line
for market, as well ,as. for wine-mak- other details. They were: Five every acre planted to Ives grapes will therewith their cells, which they con-
ing when shipping no longer pays, we baskets Ives, 45 pounds; two baskets give this return, and I would be gladto struct either in hollow branches or in
never claimed that grape to be,a fine Ives, 9 pounds; two baskets'Delaware, dispose of all my crop of grapes at loose und boards and similar places.
grape, and our taste is refined enoughto 9 pounds, which makes an average of 4! cents per, pound. But Delaware They'' never use moist_ earth for the
" make difference even, ,between a' 10 cents per pound. This shipment, sells twice and three times as high as construction of their cells, but they
Mucsat and a Delaware, but, not to effectuated on July 8th, had taken* our Ives! Mr. Steele will say. That is true; form balls out of pollen to be used as
the point to make, any between tbe' l last Tees and Deia wares-both over' but, that Ives yields at least three times food by the.young larvae. These balls
Indiana strawberry and some other variety as much as Delaware,. and is more of pollen may be readily mistaken for
widely known under a quite: different ,ripe.Now.if' Leon county Delaware and hardy, is j just as true. moist earth. The best way of protect-

name.I Ives were overripe: on July 8th, and What is Mr. Steele's idea in disparaging ing plants from ,the attacks of Leaf-
have already once proved to,Mr.. the last good ones' shipped to NBW the Ives grape? I.*will not cutting bees is that followed by Mr.

Steele; in quoting his own authorities, York on.July 5th,;where did the Florida try to find out. He may, now that Flemming, viz: spraying the leaves
that Lies: was a lne-)looking grape., I Delaware and.Ives quoted in New, Florida has new varieties of strawber- with whale oil soap suds. This opera-
shall-shoW" him' to-day that Ives is a I firmness and tion of be from
York on July 2ist come from? ries'uniting quality, speak must course repeated
.profitable grape to,raise) and while he, As may be seen in'one of the'above lightly of the Wilson's Albany, and time to time, sincethe rains and dews

ahd'ot1ierar&: striving jf "t dhitegrtifa (its i ?seems, then, ttia\lNiag i ;- New York; s'a trial, a 4$ pound the fact that the plants are productiveand

ara does not fill the bill), I am satisfied basket t"of Concord, the only ones'ripe' the berries large enough to ship 6'Tr1-u.JrYI: ph I"

\ with"the :returns obtained this year at that time, and'' upon receipt of saidadcbunta well. Mr. Steele' must admit that .
.'ftq m V&{ 'sh\pments\ of Def wiite, Ives, showing that these Concords' these two qualities are not to be disdained ANEW VARIETY GRAPE FRUIT
'aiM' J! Clld '. ion which ""latter
l' I ha been sold at 15 cents' per pound, in strawberries raised for ,
concede to be one of the poorest grapes, I shipped one crate (siX baskets) of Northern 'markets in l localities over Propagated by J. F. FESSENDZJT at hit

r', butia,heavy, ,bearer:., i Concord: to New York, one crate to 1,100 miles distant from these'markets! BLUE LAKE NURSERY near Eustls' It I.
., To show'tlie accuracy (?) of the Philadelphiawith l the'recommendation! Is it not that, very Wilson's Albany NOW OFFERED FOB THE FIRST TIME.
market quotations extracted. by Mr. which has demonstrated the
1110 to wire condition i of arrival -
''telz'ainhie grapes upon The tree Is' hardy,a vigorous grower' very
Steel front and Tribune ,
and prices obtained. The answers of shipping strawberries'to such dis- prolific apd bears young. Fruit averages
'. of New York, I give here below were: tance, and thus added'a new and pay- smaller than other varieties has 'a thinner

i ertified.' copies of some account of From P. N. Grefe, New York:' ing,industry to the resources of Flor- skin,a pleasant aromatic bitter,very juicy,
sales of grapes skip by me this! sea- "Grapes arrived worthless=stop ship- ida? with a delicious flavor. By those who have
I call the attention ofaders tested Its quality,It Is pronounced
son. es !. ping' Is it not the Mission Grapeconsidered -

,.,'."J, DY' fo itolda; teS/ thefsales.: From Pancoast &' Griffith; of Philadelphia a. poor grape ,now-which, has THE FINEST GURUS FRUIT IN JL Rm!.
FLORID F urr'EXci NdE, : "Bad condition is too created the wine industry of California -,
} Sent securely packed on'receipt of price,f 1
Jacksonville, June 23, 1887 J l late. Don't ship any'more"-and the ? I each;or six for|5. .
One crate, 35 pounds grapes (lyes) 'latt wrote: 'You' can't ship here Let, Mr. Steele show us the varieties I .
at 14 cents pound. 'of which he to DE WITT &: GILMORE, Agents,
111', per any longer now, that South Carolina!, grapes can guarantee
... :!FL:&lUDA. FRUIT EXCHANGE, ) North Carolina, and Virginia: grapesare succeed over a larger range, carry as Eustls;Florid
Jacksonville, June 27,, 1887. }J on hand" This proves 1st. That well, yield as much, and sell better I FOB SALE A*JL'BAfiOADT.

'",. One crate, 35 pounds grapes ((Ives) Concord does not bear transportation.2d. than Ives. Then I will lower my flag fine th'r1RYthree four=
V 1,000 and' 1y ar-old
at 131-6_ cents per pound. That on July 14th it was alreadytoo and graft all my Ives to those 'vari- trees budded to choice varieties. Musfbe sold
Nib ORL ;July 1,1887. late to sell Florida on eties. E. DUBOIS.San .
EA s, any grapes to make room for grove trees;
,Luis ,November ,
(Grapes; shipped! June, 29th). Sales the Northern markets Now, let us; Vineyards< 22)887. i -
by h-'R; B.; Post & Son ,of grapes on see what varieties of grapes,'in our i For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: McCartney fledge Rose Plants and

account of E.: Dubois Tallahassee, vineyard, were ripe before that,date. Insects on Grape lViti s. Cutting,
Fla';: One Halket (4Y Delaware ,None but Ives Delaware and Champiori. "
pounds) : For sale from December lit till the:last of
at _17 7-9 cents; one basket We have received the subjoined're?! February. This rose,makes a handsome evergreen -
(l 4 IJpOiiiU )' .I tJ atJ't' 9 cents.oM; We'must".'conclude that for the pres pliesto* recent inquiries; by us submit-; i :MO'N perfectly) EILL Impassable. f airban and. durable k.f fence.ia.

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smaller ones not so deep. Set them so sometimes as much as ten or twelve Largo, grew and sold sixty-two applesin
: ;ftopical 1 fruits the wind will not take them out. i inches. It grows from one of the Key West for seventy-five dollars
.JI "Next comes the cultivation. Watch many eyes, for at the junction of the this! summer;the apples run from eightto
the plants. As soon as roots have leaf with ,the'trunk there is a latent ; sixteen pounds. There is no resem-
PINEAPPLE CULTURE.r formed sufficient to hold them, take an eye, one to every leaf on the plant, and | blance either in foliage or fruit in these
Practical Methods the Indian iron rake and go over the ground and I have known,as ,many as twelve of two varieties.
River Plantations.on : stir every part. Make the land smooth; these eyes or buds to push a sucker at In' regard to covering plants, as we
kill all the weeds that have started. one time, and all above the ground.All have no cold here to injure our pines,
Florida pineapple growers take ex Let them stand six or eight days, then the nourishment they got from the we have no use for covering, yet I
,ceptions to Dr. Newton's article l sow 100 pounds cotton seed meal I, ground came through the old trunk. think if they could be shaded for
which we reproduced some weeks since broadcast *o the acre over the plants, We leave one sucker on the tree, and three or four hours in the middle of
and then take a Dutch or scuffle hoe. that fruits the next year then a sucker the day from the time of blooming to
from the American Agriculturist. Our
Do not use the common hoe, as it will cornea out of the first sucker, and it maturity, it would pay in the size
correspondent J. H. White, of Georgiana throw sand in the plants. Don't hoe fruits the next year, and again a, of the apples. Since I have been
Indian River, a practical pineapple too deep, never more than an inch. sucker comes out of the second sucker here, October, 1879, to the present,
) grower thinks the Doctor badly Go up one row and down another, and it fruits the next year, and so on. has not been cold enough to kill a
mixed as to varieties and decidedly off shaving the hoe up to the plant. The weight of fruit and plant pushesor tomato plant or cause a guava to shed
in his methods. Don't skip any part, or you will! skipa weighs down the plant so that the a leaf, yet we had a little frost that
weed, and that will not do, as it sucker touches the ground and then it cold winter and it,left its mark in a
Thomas E. Richards, of Eden Pineapple I would get well established by the takes root. Each sucker makes roots few spots in my pines, not enough to
'Plantation: Indian River, is an time you go over ,the land.'again, and and wraps around itself and does not hurt the fruit, as I had a good crop
old pineapple grower having been en you will.have to pull it out, and' maybe reach the ground until by its own every year' since I had plants oldenough"t'
gaged in the business for eight, years, pull out a pine'plant: with it, or sand weight bends, to the earth, when it : ) fruit, and more every year.I .
one or more. Keep at it for six or takes root. The leaves of the plant would say to any one thinking of
he has this time in
at twenty acres eight months, once a month, and be- form a gutter to carry the rain to the starting in this branch, do not go by
"pines," from which he shipped Q,OOO fore hoeing sow the cottonseed meal.If roots that are wrapped around it talk; look about, look over the differ-
apples last season, and will probably the plants have no set-back by that feeding on the rain and air, except ent pineapple plantations, and then
gather double that number this season. time, they will cover the, ground, so through the old plant, for they are I judge for ourself. All I know about
In a recent communication to the shading it that weeds will not grow, truly suckers. Now, the fact is, the the fruit /have got from experience,
and, in fact, all the seeds have germi- old plant is never disturbed until all and with pleasure I will give all the
Palatka News, he says nated and been killed, and your workis the pines in the field have spent their information I can. There can never
"I am ft. subscriber to the.FLORIDA done, not only for one crop, but for vitality and will not fruit. With us, be an overproduction in pineapples.It .
DISPATCH as well as a careful reader.I five or six years, with the exception of we expect to take off four crops, whichis will pay to grow them for vinegar.
there saw an article on pineapple) gathering the fruit and cutting slips four crops in five years from plant Cider vinegar, from Northern apples,
culture in .Florida, by one Dr. S. E. and suckers." ing." cannot compare in flavor. The fruit
t r r Newton in the American Agriculturist "Twice a year sow cotton seed meal l, "Some of the plants push out a plant can be used on the plantation, put up
I was a subscriber and reader of guano, nitrate of soda, kainit, potashor from below the ground-plants that in cans and jars, ripe from the tree,
that good paper for.more than twenty common salt. Don't put on much, take the place of the old plant, whichwe and is a fruit that always will com
years before I came to Florida. I sow as lightly as possible. Much of call rattoons. Some fields, if mand a market, and when fruit can
wish to correct a few statements in anyone of these in the hearts of the planted with suckers, and planted be run by cars or boat with steam at
my old friend, the Agriculturist, as plants will kill them. All are better deep, make rattoons freely. Then the reasonable rates, we will ship all the
well as my new friend, the DISPATCH, applied by spray. Leave but one sucker is broken off and it is renewedby largest apples and can the next size,
which I now read in place of the Agriculturist sucker to a plant; good rattoons are the rattoon, but the old plant is and grind up the small 'ones, making
as it treats ,on the produc better than suckers, as they come not disturbed. This is the practicehere vinegar, syrup, wine and other useful
tions of our State. from the old plant below the surface. in Florida." articles from the apples. We can
"Pines will not grow on shell land. "This is my mode of culture, and "Now, as to varieties,the Spanish is plant our fruit trees in our pines, and
We find hickory scrub land the best, the practice of all that succeed in this the apple we grow for market. It is when the pines are spent our trees are
oak scrub and spruce pine land next. country. Most of us do not have the a good shipper. The Sugar Loaf is a fruiting.Other.
Saw palmetto, if not too abundant, cotton seed meal and have to let them better flavored apple, wants more care fruits, such as mangoes, alli-
does not hurt the land much. Cabbage take their chances without fertilizer.If than the Spanish; but we cannot yet gator pears, sugar apples and guavas,
hammock does not suit pines the plants are set farther apart the get the plants for large fields; but it is grow well. Limes are at home here,
when new." trouble will, be, that the weight of the best so until we learn1 better how to but our sure crop is pineapples.ROB'T .
"He says the land whether old or apple will make the plant lop over grow them. We got them as large
new must be thoroughly plowed, mellowed !. and the sun burns the apple. We and better flavored than the Bahama
harrowed and smoothed, and want them close enough to have one apple on Cat Island, or at least I was JONES
+ it is then ready for plants. plant hold up_the_next or each__ other." BO informed by four men from Cat ,
"Make a common marker to mark Mr.Richards thinks Dr. Newman's Island who owned farms on the island,
five rows at a time, twenty inches apart statement that pine land is best for; and who worked for me this summer. "
each way. At the Keys they set as "pines" incorrect. He does not think But my favorite is the Egyptian Queen, Till! LHAIJING GROCBRJ
near eighteen inches as they can- anything is gained by fertilizing before which I have been propagating,and of ,
they do not plant in rows but put the the plants are set, as they get no bene- which I now have some three thousand
plants about promiscuously and, where fit from it and it only seems to stimu- plants. I had some fine fruit this year 69 West Bay Street,
they can, clear of rocks and roots. I late the weeds and grass; he objectsto -some four hundred applesandhave .1 i t
set thirty-five rows, then leave a road stable manure as being too full of carefully set out the increase.Dr. .
way for a team for gathering the the seeds of foul growth. He says Newton said in his article,'"the l JACKSONVILLE, FLAT,-
fruit. mulching has been abandoned by all Egyptian Queen or Trinidad:" Thereare .'. ".,4 SWILL
"Now all is ready for the plants. the growers in the pine belt, as it is ex- no two J pines that resemble one an- : SELL ATWholesale :.... .;
We have no choice.) as there is none pensive and not as good for the plantsas other so little as the Queen and the .. .Y:!?
other than the Spanish to be got for hoeing. He does not think thereis Trinidad. I think if he had said the
large fields. I prefer slips first, they anything to be gained by setting finest varieties grown, he would have Piles
ostso much ]less a price than suckers plants after October unless they are come near the truth; yet I do not say '/ .
and so much less work in planting. rooted. Pine-apples to grow well it is so, but I will say they are the ,
Slips fruit the second year from plant- need hot weather." finest I grow. The Queen is a hand- -TO- .'i ;
ing, as do most of the suckers. Crownsare Referring to Dr. Newman's absurd some foliage plant, with its changeable FAMILIES, CONTRACTORS, MiLL'MEN,
as good as slips. To prepare the statement that'"plants fruit but once colors, and the fruit, when cut, looks CONNOISSEURS, TRADERS, 'HOTELS
slips, cut off the little nub at the end and then die down,.suckers rising up like gold. It has no fault in flavor, is ,BOARDING HOUSES,Etc.
:' where it was attached to, the old} plant. from the roots to take their place, and tender, although not large (from two .1
Strip off two or three leaves at the when of sufficient size the whole root and a half to four pounds). While .
back of the plant. Don't take too should be taken up and cut apart," the Trinidad was grown by General EVERYTHING GUARANTEED.
many off:, as it has a tendency to rot Mr. Richards says: "The plants Sanford to 'fifteen 'pounds, I have not --'
in wet weather. Then take a dibble, bring forth(, fruit at the end' of the grown it larger than eight pounds. I No Drayage Charged.
such as used to set out cabbage plants, stalk or the top of the tree, (as the have not given it the care, or fertilizedas
e and go at it. Plants eight or ten plant is called when fruiting). The I should,to grow it larger. A friendof Tertn.: C ,ia.
r,"//inches! long! should beset two .inches sucker is a branch that comes out of mine, with no more care than is
': theiground, 'larger' plants deeper, the trunk, and above the ground used in growing Spanish pines on Key ."Send, for Price. ,List:, .
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DECEMBERS, 1887.J J :,; ', )':"," I ----.' -' TirE' FLORIDA Di8PAT .," . ., ," .... . ,n67
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I good-unless already introduced in other "varieties, a distinction which Agricultural Commissioner of Japansome

The OJ13.D. e J101le, Florida. will probably always obtain. time ago published a pamphletof

: ;: ::: ::.':;:::,- ::- 0 :-;:::::;. : '::, From the foregoing letter and the Mr. Amoore,. writing the Pacific rare merit, accompanied with lithographs -
For the FJ/OBIDA. DISPATCH. information we subjoin, it appears that i Fruit Grower, from Yokohama, on of the Japanese Orange family -
which sent to the
JAPAN ORANGES. pamphlet was
"Unshiu"and "Oonshiu" are different September 16, 1887, says: \V urld's Exhibition at New Orleans.

TJnshiu, Oonshlu, Kii Seedless or ways of spelling the same name. Both The Oonshiu orange has a very different In this book, as well as on the charts,

Satsuma.H. being intrinsically cerrect, common growth from any of ours, being 'Unshiu' is spelled with *U' The
.,H. Berger, a well known author- usage must decide between the two; really a large bush. It does not often Imperial Japanese Agricultural Commission -
ity on Japan horticulture and importerof grow over ten feet, the highest was can safely be considered an
Kii Seedless is for the
synonym same about twelve but it
covers a great authority on this subject.
Japan trees and plants, takes exception variety. From the trees and fruit to area. I measured one seventy feet "Last January I came over from

toMr. J. Hayame's structureson which Mr. Berger refers, and around the branches which laid on the Japan with Mr. Amoore and his first

the use of the name Kii Seedlessas which have been received by us, we ground. They are not pruned on the impartation of Japanese orange trees.
applied to the variety which Mr. should this seedless stem, but the young shoots are cut off We did not know at the time how. to
judge Japan or
Hayame's company call the Unshiu from the upper part of the tree to spell Unshiu,' and got it wrong. My
ange to be identical with our Satsuma, keep it low. The branches starting
brother and myself found out our
sometimes and
( by Oonshiu importers. In Jap- an expert in such matters, who also from the ground are very irregularand .mistake:, and we were not ashamed to
anese spelled ) a recent
tested the fruit, concurring with us,in completely hide the trunk. Theyare correct it. As far as the boon con-
letter to us Mr. Berger says: this opinion. The fruit, specimens received planted on the sides of the hills, ferred on California by Mr. Amooreis
The reason for our firm having on ledges: of say thirty to fifty feet, in concerned in first introducing the
the 'Kn Seedless Kiu
adopted the appellation of Kii Seedless were. ,, steps-at least it has that appearancefrom Unshiu orange, lam afraid he assumes
is simply this, that local" dissen- Kau and Tou Mikan varieties. AH a distance, "and so close togetherthat too much responsibility, as the honor

tions having arisen between a Mr. had been'pi ked green, and were, the branches interweave, making belongs to Messrs. H. H. Berger &
therefore, scarcely fair specimens.The passage impossible except by crawling Co who imported some specimens in
Amoore, who began to import orange under. 1879 and the in
Ton Mikan in shape resembleda repeated experiment
trees first in fall of last year, and thus As far as I can learn the cold wouldbe subsequent "
Mr. Goldman f Mr. Amoore contend- very small Mandarin, and was very equal to twenty-four degrees of frost, In the last number of the Pacific
ng for the spelling Oonshiu and Mr. sour, not fit for table use; the Kiu Kau with occasionally colder snaps, but I Rural Press Mr. Amoore
Goldman, of the Oriental Company, was unmistakably our oblong Kum- shall make arrangements to have a says:
maintaining that it should be spelled quat, and the Ku we should call a record kept during this winter. The "The 'Oonshiu' is the only seedless

Oonshiu is inches in orange, but others of the 'Mandarin'type
Unshiu.-ED. F. D.] discarded the orange now
Satsuma. From
prematurely ripened
name of Unshiu and adopted the diameter and grows to three and a half. (that is, the loose skinned) are
name of the province in which our Mr.Berger's reference to "Satsuma, From East to West I have found the also sweet and juicy and worth intro-

stook of orange trees is raised. We Tangierine and Mandarin,"one would same opinion prevailing, viz: that it is ducing (especially the Kino Kuni and

do not import orange trees largely, as infer that he classed them all as very the best orange grown in Japan, and the Kawachi) after the Oonshiu,
first wish be in the course of travels I which every one I ever met in the
we to sure whether they similar, it not identical. Althoughthese my many
will compensate the public for the have never met a Jap who did not East, natives as well as foreigners (i. e.,
three ,varieties to
belong and Americans without
money and labor bestowed on them.I say so. English ), exception -
am satisfied almost in my mind that the same species, or subspecies As to the pronunciation of "Oon- consider the best. I have

the orange known as< Satsuma, Tan (C. 2Vb6i7w), they are, however shui," it is like "oo" in moon, and not been 26 years in China and Japan

gicrine, Mandarin, closely resemble quite distinct in tree and as "u" in sun. The Japanese have and agree with them. .

this Japan product, if it is not the fruit. From the excellent Japanese adopted the..Romanized spelling,whichis "The close-skinned' orange, called in
same. To this behoof we send like French and is similar to calling China the 'Coolie, which grows to
you colored plates Mr.\ Berger sends us, perfection in the south of China,'is the
to-day samples of trees of different Paris "Paree" to spell Oonshui with a
varieties, also some fruit which has we should say that Kino-Kune Mikanwas "U." finest of its kind' ; but the so-called

dropped off the branches in the transit; similar to or identical with our I would say that Kishin (the homeof Canton Hybrid, which was introducedinto

bjr comparing you may perhaps ascer- Mandarin. We trust Mr. Berger will the Japanese orange) is suppliedwith Japan years and years agohas
tain. In trees from the neighborhood ten deteriorated on account of the inferi-
proper season when we receive favor us with fresh and properly ma- ,
our supply of orange fruit (ripe) miles or so from Osaka, and there the ority of the climate to China and is
tured specimens of the several vari-
from Japan will send you samples of trees dov not suffer from scabs, though not sweet.
differentvarieties.. We positively do eties in their season. Another: possi- they are not free from them. In Kis- "The principal advantages of the

not .advocate wholesale importing of ble synonym suggests itself from these hin, however, I found that they are in- Japanese sour-orange stock for graft-
{ any fruit or tree until merit is tested. plates and recently published descriptions jured by them, and they are doing ing are its non susceptibility to cold of
We send nothing to kill them. The''d warfness" 24 degrees or lower, and its standing
today by sample
you express namely the Natsu Dai Dai
trees of Xii Seedless, also fruit of the Oonshiu would assist disinfectionat dry weather well. It is a dwarf stock,
Top! Mikan, also fruit; Kin-Kan or.; and our King orange, and it is quite any future time. The tree seems to however." .

(Citrus Japonica); Canton Hybrid, possible that Canton Hybrid is but present such a perfect surface to the' Mr. S. L. Goldman, in a recent

Yudzu, Kino-Kune. Mikan is simply another name for the variety recently sun, and crowding underneath and communication, sends the DISPATCHthe
the Japanese for"orange." disseminated in Florida as China sitting on the branches of it one is following descriptions:

We also send you pictures which Sweet If have numberof completely shaded, and this has the Judzu, round, about three and one-
we already a
(1 are accurate in point of size and color- advantage of keeping the ground cool. quarter inches in diameter, color lemon
ing; names written out according to these Japan varietiesas seems prob- We should probably prune three feet yellow, with brownish spots and
numbers on plates. We want this able, it is evident that we grow themto from the ground, and support the rough rind, fully one-half nu inch

.. matter of Japanese varieties of oranges a much higher degree of perfectionin lower branches with props if desired. thick. Pulp sub-acid, many seeded,

sifted before bringing them too much both tree and fruit than the fruit Replying to the above, Jive Hay- fit for cooking, rind bitter and fra

before the public, and your valuable growers of their native country. The ami, of the Oriental Importing Com- grant. The h rdiest Japan orange.,
journal is certainly the one to look The Knnembo attains about the
four varieties of Mandarin type, the under date of October :
pany says
into this size
matter.Ve do not wish to same as the Judzu; rind is very
enter into altercations with any one, Mandarin, Satsuma, Tangierine and 30th: thickalso, but it is the second best
but wish it understood that we have King are among the most highly esteemed "With all due respect to the knowledge Japan ce orange. .'"
given the name of Kii Seedless to this and really meritorious varieties of your correspondent, Mr. H. The Daidai, aho about the* 'same

variety of seedless orange, as its character we have. While, as Mr. Berger as- E. Amoore, I think that, being a native size, orange color, pulp) very tour and
is seedless and the place of its Japanese I understand my, lan- rind if anything more than one-half :::::
nativity propagation the province serts, the Satsuma may not equal the guage better, than foreigners, and an, inch thick. Entirely worthless for

ofmeasure How mixed up in some so-called "Florida urange," meaning regarding the pronunciation and America. .
the nomenclature of Japsis thereby our better varieties of Citrus spelling of the word Unshiu, allow The Kin Knit, or Kinquat [same as,
you can judge from the enclosed two Aurantium, being less luscious and me to inform your ,readers that Mr. our Kumquat] of wluh. there are two
circulars where, every second fruit juicy, it is also true that this and the Amoore is somewhat in error. :Firstof varieties, the larulUi .*r round and theN
"resembles the above," but hears a different other Mandarin varieties are steadily all, we Japanese pronounce our Qgane, or oblong, the size of a large
name. The Japanese Seedless growing in popular favor, their exquisite language, when written in English gooseberry and a delicious fruit, but
orange does not, as we have always appearance, readily separating letters, exactly as we spell it, like its size makes it entirely un.fittO, be
maintained, equal Los Angeles and segments and spicy, aromatic, agreeable Latin or German, and this is the first called an orange, and if I had my,way
Florida oranges, but might perhaps flavor, nqw comma.nds tor them a proof that 'Unshiu1...i is to be spelled I wouldmake] a sepaiate class.+oi"cruets
gain favor; a trial would certainly be much highert.price in market than with a 'U' and ..not with 'Oo.J The out of the two shapes. -* i".f'



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to be in possession of Mr. ,M. J. Na- Teas, Bengals and Bourbons. The I one gets a few choice varieties it is 1
Ornamental rIOltiCultUl'e! : gel, a noted landscape gardener of Noisettes, like Cloth of Gold, Je I easy to xaise supply for a4goqd. ze1
Jefferson City, Mo. It is only 18 : Marque and others, are grand for bed; but I enjoy raising seedlings best;,
inches from the tub to the first leaves; I places where a goolly: number can be and while they vary greatly in form,
I BY W.iOitrusJaponlca C. STEELE. but the stem is 2 feet 6 inches round, grown, but for small yards we recom- size and color of flowers, as well as in

or Kumquat, and has 52 old leaves 3 feet 6 inches mend olny the real monthlies or ever- habit of growth, none are wholly .
Damnacanthus Indioun. long, and is now pushing out 46 new bloomers. June roses, as well as Hy- worthless,>and I ,get some very choice
Through the of H. H. ,leaves, which at date of this note were brids, in the hands of some may often ones. They seed freely when grown
3 feet 8 inches long. What a profitable be called never-blooming roses,though in the open ground, and by artificial
Berger & Co we present this week an I plant it would be to some florist in : they are fine in a suitable climate. It fertilization will produce seed in the
illustration of the Kumquat as a pot those large cities where these plants is hardly worth while to cultivate house. I recommend those who wish

plant, the two smaller pots in front of! are used for decoration, or the leaves trash in a semi-tropical climate, such to try a bed of them next summer to

Kumquat bushes contain specimensof I themselves used in floral ornamentation as we have at San Diego., It is quite I procure a few fine sorts and cross-
that will beI fertilize them during the coming
Damnacarithus Indicus. Of the. evident our city never
-+-O-- noted, for good roses if the people are winter. Last season we obtained some
last, we know nothing more than the Roses for San Diego.A ,not more particular about varieties." good ones by crossing Boule de Neige,

description given by the importers ,writer in the SemiTropicalPlanter This'is, no doubt, perfectly true. It a fine white, with Royal Scarlet,a dark
which is as follows: "An red set. One of these, bearing an
evergreen on the subject of flowers for is certainly true of Florida. The Hy-

shrub,. native of Japan, bearing its San Diego, says: brid Perpetuals,as a rule, do not bloom orange most prolific scarlet and large of the flower most, is bushy the

tubular, snow-white flowers in spring, "The June roses, as well as,the Hybrid satisfactorily in this State. ED. dwarf habit I have ever seen. We

at the same time, when its branchesare Perpetuals, I consider of.little II HORT. also planted together Boule de Neige,

covered with s scarlet berries, mak value in this country. They are fit Raising 'New t-o 4 Abutilons.All Royal Scarlet and Couronne d'Or (a

ing A beautiful contrast with the bright only for colder climates, either among the. varieties are highly ornamental pale yellow),and from seed saved from
the mountains. or farther north or these we have this summer one beau-
glossy foliage. It makes a very fine east. These classes need rest in winter and many are hardy in the tiful deep yellow variety and several

plantv for pot culture in cold climates, t which is the time monthly roses open ground in Florida. There is a pink outs, varying in shade. If.the

and ,a most desirable shrub for the seeds are sown in February or March
garden, where the thermometer does 2 and the little plants potted singly in

not fall below 15 above. zero. It three-inch pots as soon as large enough,
be in these until timeto
they can :
forms .a dense bush of globular form,
plant out, and will flower much
. from, four to,six feet high." earlier than those sown in the open

There is great probability that ,this ground. Any which prove extra nice

will prove desirable addition to our can be potted before frost, if cut back

list of ornamental shrubs.: Some may I 'severely and kept over, but it is gen-
better to few from cut-
erally a
wonder what, the Kumquat has to do
x ti
r tings. I find that cuttings of half-
y ,
with, "ornomcnto, ,horticulture." It i ia ; ripened wood succeed better than thevery

well to combine the ,useful l ,with the --. _5 tender tips of the branches.

ornamental occasionally. ,As grownin f, -}\ -.. ..
this State it is only a shrub, seldom ]for the FLOBIDA. DISPATCH.
Sweet Alyssum.
over six or eight feet .in .height, and
Those who wish to have some pure
can, byprpper.prrnning, be kept down
J white flowers, delicately perfumed, all!
.,much -smaller It,is
t dimensions. i..
winter,,should note the followingdiiections
said,to'tbe more'h rdy than the ordinary .-, y.ffiL
; from Carrie's Monthly:
sweet orange. It is an early and -- '
Sweet Alyssum, a great favorite
profuse bearer. The fruit la quite with all lovers of plants for its sweet-

small, oblong or oval, bright golden! rte. scented flowers, which it produces in

yellow,the rind almost a* thin as a great profusion, is very easily -managed -
.. .. KUMQUAT AND DAMNACANTHUS INDICUS. .in the house. It may be had in
cherry skin, sweet and juicy, and can
be eaten with the fruit; the pulp, i is I I are .blooming so freely or making ,a large one in this settlement which I bloom all winter, or all the year I for i
that matter by simply sowing a
-vigorous,growth: for a grand display withstood the freeze of 1886 ,
juicy, sub-acid and ,refreshing.' One,or later in theseason."It January, seed intervals of about three weeks.
two of these bushes in each dooryard is'to be regretted that many uninjured. A. Thompson plena was Prepare as many four-inch pots filled

covered .with t.their )toad .of golden people in San Diego!as well as elsewhere unhurt in the open ground last winter with soil as may be deemed necessaryfor

fruit w uld.be an attractive sight. have filled their grounds with, when common guavas were killed to one sowing, scatter on the seeds "
.. .. roses of ,so little Talue. The leaves the,ground. The seed can be had of thinly and cover lightly. Water as
fall in winter and wonder whatis often as the soil becomes dry. Set the
Pine Specimens.We they most florists at about twenty-five cents
the matter with their pots as close to the light as possible t
find in a late number of ,theGardeners' ,, ts.ore
< On the subject of growingnew
per paper. after the seeds begin to germinate.
I w ter. is given, and they try better ,
Monthly the followingitems varieties from the seed Wm. F. the three
culture,.but .all to no purpose. They Repeat operation every
describing well grown greenhouse J have the wrong ,kinds, and do not Bassett says in the American Garden: weeks.

specimens of two very common, seem to know it, as they buy from the The Abutilon or Chinese bell-flower, I

plants in Florida. Can any one show catalogues and pictures, which lead perhaps better known as flowering ma-

better plants grown in the open astray.Nurserymen. ple, has long been a favorite window 800,000 AGRHSI
if let too often fell what the plant, but most of the specimens to be
ground, so please us have the
people do not really want. Besides seen twenty years ago grew so tall before FLORIDA LANDSSituated :
figures: blooming but little these sorts are not flowering that an ordinary room afforded :'
A FINE AMERICAN ALOE.-Mr. not ornamental with leavesin In the Counties of Nassau Duval,
very no hardly space above Columbia,Suwanee,Alachua,Lafayette.Marion
Henry Higley, of Cedar Rapids, la., winter, while montblies are in their the window-sill, and scarcely more Hernando Sumter ora Manatee and
sends us a photograph of what is glory, 'thing of beauty and a joy for than one or two varieties were known. Brevard, Polk, Hlllsborough,

probably the finest specimen in cultivation everI would therefore advise those Now we have all shades, from pure Monroe.TOWN
of the great: American aloe. It who plant roses to get the right kindsif white to dark red, and many varieties, LOTSIn
is 7 feet' 6 inches from box: to extreme they want flowers instead of bare which by a little care in pinching and the Towns of Kissimmee,Winter Haven,
top. The box is 2* feet, making the sticks when our'yards should be most training produce flowers that may be Seffner Gonlonville,Mango,Bartow,Orient,Auburndale,Eagle Lake, Lakeland, Haskell,,
plant) 10 feet high. It has a spreadof attractive. We have felt very bad enjoyed without the aid of a ]ladder.. Kathleen Pemberton.A Rlchland. Dade City, Owensboro
a little over 12 feet. The"exact frequently see those who supposed But'it is as a bedding plant that it Map and Descriptive Notes showing the
of the plant is n'oi known but it had collection shows location of these lands will be furnished
age they got a splendid to to. best advantage, and if application to the Land Department of,,t.M,
supposed to be about 30 years. work and water them for months, and planted out early in rich soil and with South Florida Railroad Company.

A BEAUTIFUL ,CYOAS Ri yoLmrL get only for their trouble a very few plenty of room there are few plants GEO. Fox,. .

-=One' 'of the most beautiful .SagoPalms i leaves and blossoms. I'I which give more satisfaction. It.is t' ,,. :Chief-Clerk, .
west of the'}Misissippils! said: .The. true .kinds i to purchase from .
-tl < : ", r f. are readily grown cuttilgs}, and. after ,SANFOBDFLA., '. *,. y,,. c ,
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tests. I two old friends, (who went home a few f change," the butter is here. Her bus ing rapidly, and the little one has toi .
14Te} : i years ago) namely: George Hartly, I band told me he did not think she gather the entire,strength of""its Tmiis5cular ;
Sr., and'Nathariiel'Hartlyijhis' brother, ever had to stir it two minutes. system to adapt itself to its

..;3Y.MES., ,E.-. A. HILL. had their groves'frozen to the ground, Churn in the cool of the morning.I :changing bases of support, to say
and,.instead of ,abandoning them they churned before breakfast; the cooler : nothing of adjusting its little body-to
Oontrast.1'Melencholy. went to work and cut every tree-.near the butter comes the more solid or :sudden leaps and darts of the wayward
the,ground; the sprouts came up from firm the nature of the same; 60 degrees -!nurse. 'Sometimes during a sudden
Bit on;roe,,asa cloud; along,the sky, the roots and in less than three years Fahrenheit is the best,,tempera" advance you will spe a part of.i. :tle i(
Which will not let tbe sunbeams ,
r:'nAOrjret '= T'-J' f through they nail oranges 'to :sell again. Ihavea ture. You can work it more,perfectly babe"a foot in advance of its head< :and
Descend' In raluT i ; ;nd end, but. spreads itself 'tree near the house (or did free from milk. Don't work it so trunk, which have to be brought'tup.by .
Twlxt. heaven: ands earthlike envy between
man and man-an everlasting milt.BYE." have oneihat I bought for $5 over much as to make it sal vey. Salt it with a powerful action of the muscles
'- fifteen; years ;ago. Being above the Liverpool (Ashton) salt,which is pure of the trunk and neck. 'Probably not
For the first timetin nineteen years frost line,some of the large limbs were andJperfectly: clean,and will add many one child in hundred" is properly. y
the editor of '''this department has killed by the last great freeze; the two times more to the keeping quality than 1.lIan dl e."-**' t' t

looked upon the bare fields, and frbzen remaining large limbs had about 500 American salt; one ounce of salt to -.. .
streams of the Northern States, during oranges this 'season. One of these one of butter is the rule, more or less For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
limbs fell over and now lies. on the to suit your taste. Never let your Recipes .','< '
4 the period above mentioned, and ground( but is green yet and will re cream get beyond the first acidity, if ORANGE .SBORT-CAKE.-'r 'Jen
' although smiles and good cheer were tain;most of its fruit; the other died you want good sweet butter.In 'or twelve good juicy oranges,not too
the order' of the day, :land met ut Standing. The stump was cut close to Texas, the milk is set in a screen larfe, peel them and put in a':cool

everywhere, the stern' face'bf 'Nature the 'ground,'and a novice would} wantto wire trap, suspended the air, in .an place. Make the short-cake; in.,the
condole with for the loss of 'but from usual way! and roll out into thin sheets;
Was '&Ja6t: that could neither be rig me a open, airy. shady place, one
tree large, enough<< to bear 2,000 morning to the next,:when the whole 'then, bake in aquick oven until done;
norM nor \laughed; away. oranges before the: freeze.: Since October milk is churned. I presume that is now spread the orange slices:evenly

We;had become so (accustomed to 1st, sprout has started from because the cream does not wholly over, covering all with sugar; fpiit
the mild atmosphere'the *'Sanny one:of'the,large roots, and I ask no leave the milk in that time at the high more sliced oranges on top, with sugar .
South 'that. 'we ''could"'not 'realize the one to insure-.me a!large bearing tree temperature. They propose to get all over all. A good sauce to ,use with i
in ,the,place of the old stump in a very the butter there is in it by churningthe the short-cakeis made of the Juice,'of
contrast withput actual
experience few years. I have one fine little tree whole. Never add any new milk, oranges and lemons mixed, boiled Jn ,
,. we are told, is the,best) from a. dormant stump of fifteen as it ,will not come until ripened by a pint of water, and seasoned ,with
of all teacherajrand; the,!lesson'we have months 'duration. standing, and will remain in the but- sugar and nutmeg. '

that. of contentment with our lot." Mandarin" ,Fla. Success to the home butter making. fill your pie plate, boil it, thicken
MBS. E. M. W. with one large tablespoonful of
F rtbeFLoBIn DISPATCH. cornstarch :
There is circle
however blessed l
no .
Making, Butter in Florida. Satsuma, FlaRough rubbed into.cold water; add two
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that.can ---- *----
gather( within its; sweep a'UJ] Editor' Home Interests: .beaten yolks of eggs, one cup of sugar
the'good of this life there, Handling of Children. and lemon. Bake
things' ; are I presume answers to queries on the one large your
offsets'and. i Advantages *that 'render above subject will be ''given by some In passing along the streets of cities, paste first; then pour in 'Your custard;

life tolerable everywhere, and, thankful who have ,had more experience in the and even of our country towns, one beat the whites of two eggs to'a the business in Florida than I have. I often sees distressing cases of rough froth, and sweeten;: then spread over
.to Giver ,of all good, we are have made,butter from one cow three handling of children. A tiny child, the top,and put in the oven and ,brown

happy in:the .powertof discrimination fourths ,Holstein one summer in this hardly large enough to walk, was slightly. ,
and:selection,''and we'feel now'to' say, State. The butter did not separate lifted on a ferry boat the other day by HOMINY BALLS.-One quart of wa- '

in'!,the language'fof'''one 'of .fp rentbu readily from the cream, and I had a one arm, and swung over an obstruc terboilingadd) one level teaspoonfulof l

siastic contributors, "''GrVE nsE'FzoRWA. churn made like an exaggerated egg tion, with the remark: "Here, you, salt. stir in gradually one-half pintof
." churn, with a flat 'cover to fit in tight :why don't you get along!" The child's fine hominy, cook slowly three-"
)like a cover to a tin pail. 'The stem arm hung limp and painful for a moment quarters of an hour; then put inia
The statement 'met us, as usual), of the strainer dash being pressed and ,he cried and patted it. I large bowl and add two beaten,eggs, .
"We'bave'heard that 'while ?men universally \ through small hole in the centre of ,have often seen mothers give their mix thoroughly,*andwhen cool fry in
admire Florida, the women' cover,' the'hole being surrounded by a children severe boxes on the ,ears- hot lard, after dipping them in .bread
are very,generally dissatisfied, and .'small bit of tin, funnel-shaped, forming enough to 'deafen them for life. A crumbs.A .
'felt with N. Boffin that; : a little cup on top, to hold the ,writer on this subject says : SAUCE MADE FROM ORANGES.-"- ;
we :Esq., we :Very small of butter The of diseases' in '
quantity causes joint
cream or Cut up one orange, peel and all, into
must ;see you righted, my tdearsso.. that'maY' be forced up by the dash. childhood are frequently obscure, but thin slices. Put the whole with the ;

w&refer the public'to the trustworthy The tin cylinder is 12| inches, high, this ,much is certain, that the rough juice that comes from it, and the j juice .
letters that*1 have appeared of late in '131, in circumference at the bottom, handling which children receive at the from another orange, into a stew-pan

the Home: Department of this paperas :14 J:circumference at;the top; the bottom hands of ignorant parents or careless with a gojd lump of sugar as largeasa
refutation of that, is a pyramid, rising up to a nurses has much to do with this mat- hickory nut; let it simmer five min i
a 'accusation !for
point in the centre. The dash, a perforated ter. Stand 'on .any'street corner and utes. Then strain and drain off all
we f believe, "'all:other t things being tin strainer, made just to'fit notice how children are handled. Here the syrup and throwaway all the'rest. .

equal l,"''the'-women of 'Florida areas over the pyramidal 'bottom, strengthened comes a lady,with a three-year-old girl; ,Add half a pint of strong, white:broth
i It contented here as wbere-and..more at the bottom'or open end ,by a she is walking twice as fast as she made from veal or chicken. The
so. !wire; soldered to the inside edge, ,the should and the child is over-exerting trimmings from roasted foul or game: -
top on point of the same being soldered itself to keep pace; every time the makes a good< stock for this; but it
This State is destined! be occupiedby around the end of a stiff wire or small child lags the mother gives it a sudden : must be free from fat and clearwithout -

people:who are contented pros rod_ 11 inches in length, surmounted! and, unexpected lurch, which is enoughto loring. Simmer a few minutes
perous and)happy! in :their hornet, and by a\small porcelain knob.I throw its shoulder out, to say noth- and add the juice of a fresh orange1;
wherever there is dissatisfaction and have entered into a particular ing of bruising the delicate structuresof when served. "C.

it is owing to combination (description of churn, as I meet some the joints; a gutter is reached, instead ,
discouragement a 'who'are not acquainted with the egg of giving the little toddler timeto The statements in this paper week
of circumstances which bring churn, which 1 think is unexcelled for go over in its own wry, or properly after week about Shallenberger's Anti-

like results ,the' j world,over. Let us frothing eggs, and gives me as good lifting it, the mother lifts it from the get dote your for Malaria;are we not would made despise.solely..ourselves :> -
l look for good, and work for it, and satisfaction for churning a small quan- ground by one arm, its whole weight for doing any such thing. Please
there will still be more to follow.)] tity of cream. depends from one upper extremity, don't make that mistake. If you are?a .
The cost of the above was $1 (al and with a swing which twists the sufferer from Malaria, get the remedy at
HIP\i' dollar I know child's as'far around the any cost or trouble and you will know
For the FLORIDA! : u. mighty ) a lady in the body as joints
there is one honest proprietary medicine
An Abandoned Oran&e1 Grove. vicinity of Welaka who has made her Will permit it'is' ,landed, after a course about? which,,the truth only is told.
Editor Some Interests: own butter, and sometimes some to of four or five feet through the air, on .
It i;is!very evident that Mrs. H..C. spare, from one uncommon Florida the other side. .1 Nurseries of Lake Weir Co.
Reese has come across a man who. cow. The butter.separates from the "Here is"i a girl twelve years old with
10 .ooq Orange and Lemon Tree,
needs, ,the services of,a fool killer. To milk as readily as is the case with a baby of a year' in her arms. The
abandon- an orange grove merely 1 because j 'milk from a Jenley cow. She skims I babe sits on the girl's arm' without year Our old trees stock are,%very to IVi thrifty inch,three diameter'and,with.tour'
the trees ,were frozen to the her milk each morning into a common : support to its back. This would be a ''one year old buds N'ursertes--easUy accessible ':,
to Florida Southern Railroad.
ground is a, piece ,of very,expensive, QVfI, simply tim it with a spoon (a hard enough position to maintainwerethe ,, Catalogues." Address send-for.
stupidity. *Fiftyrtwo; ; :,years ago,- .my ,wooden. '.spoon:is4.best? ),when. "presto, girl. standing. still, but she is, walk"i dec2My' ': ;tE.; $South FOSTER-Manager.Lake Weir,Fia"1,1,
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1,010""", Y ," _'..,-----.'-: =mFLORmA." DISPATCH." '. -: '. '."" I ,_ ....' ..,. ,_ h[DECEMBER-,. f6._,_,._S1887._ _'_.' !

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. Railroads. ly profitable. The constructors of,I about saidTruit. I'imported ]last'season /

Commenting on: the action of our roads, under such circumstances, have from Japan many varieties of oranges .
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. and in list."
they are my
usually made liberal offers to in
Railroad very
Commission the of
We give on our Ornamental Horticulture -
Contents. one of the roads bow in process of con- duce immigration and to render rural this week illustrationof
page an
THE OKCHAKI>-The BIdwell Group; struction in South Florida is made to pursuits profitable, in order to shorten
this little fruit which is
Peen-to and Bldwell's Early; What's unique ,
Inaname? -.1003 say in a published report that he had the period of unprofitable operation.
known in this State andit
Plum on Peach Stock:Can't Make His as Kumquat,
have been
The in this State
Peach Trees Thrive Fertilizing Peach built the road with his and ;
Trees........... ....;.. _... .......10M own money constructed such circumstances is one ,of the most beautiful -
VINEYARD-The Ives Grape Again 1005 did not see what right the State had finder of citrus plants, and worthy of cul
TRoPICAL FBUITS-PineApple Culture 1006 to interfere with his business more in anticipation of future profits. The
tivation both for and i
THE ORANGE use ornament. \
GROVE-Japan Oranges 1007 State has been unusually liberal
OB1CAMENTAI4 HOBTICULTURK-Citrus than with any other legitimate busi grant- .. .
Japonica or Kumquat and Damnncnn- ness. If this report be correct this rail- ing, in addition to the usual .concessions Unshiu-Satsuma.. '
thus; Fine Specimen; Roses for San
DIego Raising tNewAbutilons; SweetAlysslum road magnate is entirely ignorant of to railroad corporations, vast Since we prepared the article on.
.(... 8. IOCS \
HOME INTERESTS-Contrast: An Aban- the principles under which railroadsare tracts of land to reimburse them for this interesting group of the citrus

In doned Florida Orange; Rough Grove Handling; Making of Butter Children constructed and operated. unprofitable operation during the period family which appears in our Orange '

; Recipes.... of growth, and for the .efforts Grove Department this week, we have
EDXTOBIAI/-Railroads Ken-Kan-Kum- Modern civilization has substituted
quat; Unshin-Satsuma; ;The Outlook, which they should make in aiding received the following communicationfrom
railroads for the ancient roads
Etc... 1010 King's
the speedy settlement and development Mr. L. B. Skinner of Dunedin. ;
Oranges in Europe; New York Mar ,
kets.................1011 and county roads;' they are'the great \
of the country.Disregarding On page 965 of the DISPATCH, your
PuBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT 1011 thoroughfares and commercial arte-: "Neal" asks informa-
METEOROLOGICAL..1011: correspondent

Orange Report Growing, etc .for, Profit; Encouraging .. ........-.1012 the public, to industry and to com- volved, our railroad corporations hawing shiu orange. Our firm are the au-
FARM- AND STOCK -My Corn Shelter; merce, as the highway of former times constructed their roads through thorized State agents of the JapaneseTree
What One Grain of Rice Did A Florida
o> Stock Ranch; Bet Breeds for Florida did to the life and traffic of that day. sparsely settled and undeveloped dis Importing Co., of San Francisco,
;How to Keep a Cow.:.1013FLOBIDAICA who make a specialty of the Oonsbiu
tricts are now endeavoring to make
But to the different relation
-Notes by the Way; A owing
.1: Three-Time Winner.., them immediately remunerative by (spelled by some Unshiu) or seedless
POUI.TBY Few Pointers; Sorehead in which governments now bear to the Japanese orange. It is not identical
,Fowls,etc,. land and to the people as well as to the levying a heavy tax upon the businessof with the Satsuma, but has a more up
; .
1 Orange unions -have been formed in different character of the roads, their the country, in direct violation of right habit and is a more vigoroustree.

maintenance by the State has been the compact to which they owe their .
various parts of the orange district of deemed existence. Like the resuscitated crimi- Mr. Amoore, the president of the

,the..State, their object being to cooperate impracticable. This has led company, has just returned from
nal to the doctor been
/ in marketing the present crop to the present system of farming out ,having brought:! Japan and China, where he has been

:through the Florida Orange Auction the roads In consideration of the to life they demand to be maintained. traveling and personally buying the

and construction and maintenance of these They have struck a severe blow at the stock of trees now arriving in San

Forwarding>Company.*< roads, the State vests in corporations prosperity of the State, upon which Francisco. We expect a shipment of
their trees shortly, and will then be
A reasonable tariff increases rev certain rights, and grants certain immunities their profits depend,"killing" the goose prepared to fill orders, for the same

enue, an excessive tariff is prohibitive and priviliges, such as the which laid the golden egg. This abuseof from this point. I do not think that

'Our railroad Commission insists that right of way, privelege to levy toll nn power has lead the State govern- sufficient notice has been given the

our' railroads shall not destroy their passengers and traffic, etc., reservingto ment to interfere, through a Railroad early ripening qualities of these
; Commission, in behalf of the Common- oranges. In them we have our only
with itself the
own revenue, together the'pros- always right to.regulate

perity of the Commonwealth by a pro- I service and charges in the public 'inI wealth. ., To this Commission is en- "fully colored up"-*early-< orange.

hibitive tariff.Simmered I terest. These are the conditions un- trusted the adjustment of the relations Prof. Newman sends us Bulletin No.

der which all roads have been con- involved between the public and invested 7, of the Alabama Department of Ag-

down, all the protests structed in this country. A railroad, capital a somewhat delicate, as riculture. It contains the results of

against a reduction of rates by the therefore; has a dual existence, it is a well as intricate, matter.- It is clear four comparative experiments at

Commission are based on the presumption thoroughfare for the public and an investment that railroads have no right by excessive the "Canebrake" 'station, Uniontown.

that our roads cannot be for its projectors. Its ex tariff: to jeopardize the busi Briefly summarized they show; 'that

f profitably operated under such reduc- istence a thoroughfare is paramount, ness interests of the country, nor to drainage increased the growth of corn

tion. By the same logic the rates however; it must in its service and retard its development by checking' on slough bottom soil 53.4 per cent.,

might be raised to twenty-five cents charges at all. times serve the best in- immigration in the same way. The at the same time decreasing cost of

per mile. The only way to make a terests of its patrons without discrimi-- difficulty lies in determining what constitutes :- production. There was neither excessive -

railroad pay in a sparsely settled nation and without regard to remuner an excessive rate in view of rainfall nor drouth during the

country is to increase, the population; ating its stockholders. Every man these facts. After all, the interests of; season. That deep plowing on same

the sooner our roads find this, out the who invests a dollar in a railroad un the railroad ,investments, as a whole, soil increased yield 21.7 per cent. over 5

better. derstands, or should understand this; are identical with the business welfareof shallow culture. That pea vines al-

e4 the conditions must be such as to a State. A railroad in a wilderness. lowed to remain on the land and turned
"California has railroad ;
no commis
make it immediately or remotely profitable cannot pay; if unproductive it is a under in spring, increased the yield t
sion, see how she our
say without laying a direct or indi- losing venture; if possessed of natural 19.5 per cent. over land from which

commission advocates. California rectembargo upon traffic or resources they must be developed, in the vines were taken in September,
has a commission and prospers be- otherwise it can never be passage order to render the road remunerative. giving better results than commercial
cause her railroads have carried remunera- fertilizers applied at greater cost.
To has
stop a beginning
tive. In the
more populous sectionsof much better results ob-
people into the State and carried That were
pro the it has been found been made, as our roads seem disposedto before
of the State country that tained from corn fertilized plant
ducts out at rates which
railroads are very profitable to the do, is to condemn both the,roads and ing than from that fertilized second.
of the
induced an influx former and :
companies by which they country to a. miserable, nonprogressve plowing. .,.
are operated, ._ "
ah immense'output of the latter. --- o-I .
and at the same time afford the precar ious existence.
pub- The Outlook.
Had Florida's railroads done likewisewe . ; "
should have bad no Commission, lic cheap facilities for traffic and travel. ginKanKumquat.H. Manager Ives, of the, Jrujt. "'Exchange .

This fact has lead capitalists to construct : '.
but we should have had more productsand says
H. Sanford, of the Dixie Nur- .
roads in
which updevelopedterritory i The Eeason, so far, has been quite a
we are now
more series, Thomasville, Ga., writes us as
anticipating its settlement, and willingto successful one for the growers, prices
in need of. ,
,.sadly maintain road follows: being generally satisfactory. At the
< a during the
," ',.' transition in "C.-P. 'V.. of DeLand, Fla., asks present time, however, the indications
consideration of
"'The South Florida Exposition,will for the Kin-Kan orange, of Japan. If point to an early drop in prices at all
bheld in Sanford, February 14th. to ing the ground when it should become he will correspond with me, I,can give points. This decline will be 'brought

23d r inclusive' populous,and their venture consequent him all the information necessary on through competition among the



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,: 'DPCEMBEK' '-1887.1.. ,- ,f .. -THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. 1,011


dealers who are now, one and all, receiving PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. Notice. -I.I-ISpeclal! Proposition : -= IJ

consignments and cutting pricesin Four weeks after date I will sell at 18hippersof fruits and vegetables:

order to attract and hold .trade. auction at the wharf of Bay and Wash- Send your address to me and I will sendto
CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher, ington streets, Jacksonville, Fla., you by return mail a proposition as toa
While the supply going forward is \ one,hoisting engine for storage and other method of packing for shipment,

not in excess of the demand, there is THE FLORIDA DISPATCH charges, for whom it may concern. which, if adopted, will save you many

no'excuse for reducing prices, and if Is a 21-page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE, JOHN C. I/ENGLE. dollars. GEO. T. KING,
.. Villa City, Lake Co., Fla.
the fruit was properly distributed no HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY, IMMIGRATION
Fertilizers. .
:reduction would be made. This evil and HOME INTERESTS In FLORIDA. *
'Aman is never better satisfied than to 1ST Send postal A Itamonte Nurseries,
can never be remedied so long as our Terms of Subscription.Two know he has his money's worth. This Altamonte, Orange Co., Fla., for cata-

growers continue placing their fruit in Dollars per year,In advance,postpaid one always #pets in buying Williams & logue. See advertisement. ...!]

competition with itself] by sending it to ,any part of the United States or,Canada; Clark Co's fertilizers. .
tO foreign countries comprised in Postal .. *
to every dealer in the land to sell on Serds.Thirty .
Union Two Dollars and Fifty cents. Actions Speak Louder Than]Words.1"
commission thus compelling buyersto \ full sized packages of fresh and
The date -when the subscription expires is 'This one can always note in an orange'grove reliable
vegetable Feeds ( choice of
make the rounds and from him your
buy where Williams & Clark Co's
on the Address Label of each paper, the varieties) Free by mail for. $1.00.
who sells cheapest.. change of which to a subsequent date becomes fertilizer has been used.Williams.ac Send for prices-low as is consistent

4 a receipt for remittance.. No other receipt Co's with grade of seeds offered.

is sent unless requested. Clark Special prices to market gardeners. -
4 Oranges in Europe..
The paper is stopped at expiration of the fertilizer warehouse at Jacksonville, is g Address,
We have received from Mr. E. L. subscription, unless previously'renewed. now being filled with their excellent C.',C. HART

Goodsoll a report of his,(first sale of When a change of address is desired,both goods. These goods seem to.be giving .. ... Eustis, Fla. ,
universal satisfaction throughout the M -
the old and new addresses should be given.
Florida oranges in England for the State, and rapidly gaining favor with our Mammoth Bronze Turkeysare
season. The fruit wa 208 boxes from Remittances Florida *
king turkeys, attaining greater
-*- -,I-. ;.
Dr. Henry Forster, of Lake Charm, at the risk of the sender unless made by A Card. '' size in less time than any other known

about equal portions of "russets" and registered letter or by,check, express. order, I, We.have> letters, 'day from parties, breed. Gobblers when matured will
"brights." They were shipped from or postal i order,payable to who complain of not receiving our Catalogue weigh 35 to 45 pounds. Pecan Ducks are
;" ; CHAS. W. DACO3TA, the largest breed of ducks, good layers
New York on November 5th. and on Publisher FJorida after having sent for it. and
: Dispatch very productive of feathers. Colora
the 19th cable reported 88 boxes net Jacksonville,Fla. forwarded We hereby said wish to'say that to all we have rich creamy white. Send for illus-

ted $2.19 per box in Liverpool; 60 box. and we request Catalogue all those,who applicants have- trated descriptive price list. Address,

es netted $2.01 per box In London, and TO ADVERTISERS.The not received it to communicate with us. L. D. STAPLES. Portland, Michigan.
60 boxes netted $1.91 per box in Glas- DISPATCH Is THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL E. DUBOIS. November, 14, 1887.
JOURNAL 07 THIS STATE and has a San Luis Tallahasse FlaConsumption -5* ---
gow. On the 26th Mr. Goodsell reports large circulation in Florida and throughoutthe Vineyards, ,
United '''States and foreign countries- ". A Home In Florida.
sale of bright Floridas in Liverpool
wherever the interest is turned Southward. Surely Cured. Your attention is called to the offer ofa
at $2.84; New York quotationssame It IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING ME- To the Editor lot in Macedonia City, and year's sub
DIUMS IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Es-
day, $2.25.. tate,Nurseries, Transportation lines, Banks, Please inform your readers that I have scription to-a leading paper of this State
Messrs. Pancoast & Griffiths, the Hotels, and those branches wherein it is de- positive remedy for the above named I for $4. Macedonia City is fifteen miles

well known fruit merchants oi Philadelphia sirable rapidly Increasing to reach our permanent winter visitors population.or our disease. By its timely use thousands of I south of the terminus of the Florida

hopeless cases have been permanentlycured. Southern R. R., at Trabue,and overlooksthe
and who also handle
orangesfor I shall be glad to send two bot- far-famed bay of Charlotte Harbor,
Europe, write us: George E. Wilson. tles of my remedy FREE 70 any of your .the most magnificent sheet of water in

"London, Liverpool and Glasgoware Mr. George E. Wilson has been sell- 'readers who have consumption if they the South. An unparallelled offer. For
ing Bradley fertilizer at 90 West Bay will send me their,Express and Postoffice copies of paper and for full particulars,
notably good markets for high street, Jacksonville, for the past five address. Respectfully address THE EQUATOR PTTR. Co.,

colored and well packed juicy apples, years. During this time the business ,T. A. SLOCUM M. C., Key West, Fla.

etc., but are no better than home mar has,increased wonderfully under' his efficient 181 Pearl street, New York. .
management. Bradley's goods are .. .
kets for anything below and
Snowdrift Poultry Farm for Sale.!
well known, and used in every section of Robert H. Jones..
not"as good for poorly packed and A Southern
Florida. They produce an excellent Attention is called to the advertisement one-story house of four
common grade: quality of oranges and make bright fruit. ot Mr. Robert H. Jones, in the garden rooms, with closets and wide verandas.

"Those markets do bid high for Bradley's Florida vegetable fertilizer de- page of this paper. Mr. Jones has lately Five acres cleared, fenced, and set to 300

fancy fruit, and therefore we advise serves special mention for the very satis- sold the wholesale Branch) of his busi fruit trees-orange, pear, peach, plum,
factory returns it gives the grower. and undertaken a 'special feature fig, etc., one to six years old. Region/ of
only carefully graded, papered and ness lakes attractive and
Mr. Wilson also sells agricultural before attempted in Florida. It is healthy; thickly
well packed fancy orrnges for'exporting chemicals, cotton seed meal, genuine to never sell groceries by price list to familiesat settled,three-quarters of a mile from

for higher prices., Canada hard wood ashes etc., etc. wholesale rates. This price list shouldbe station on the Florida Southern Railway.

"Sales are effected within a week in every well regulated family in Flor- Ten reasons houses for and selling.yards Price for poultry., $2,000. Good

from arrival on 'the other side,' at fruit We take pleasure in announcing the ida. REV. N. R. EARNER.
auction, and 'reported by cable imme removal of the Land Offices of the Florida Acres Keuka, Fla.
diately. The time in transit is Southern ,Railway from Palatka to :
across Jacksonville. The Florida Southern having Fine Hammock Land on the South side Meteorological., .
&bout twelve days. the largest Land Grant in the State, ot Lake Apopka, in Orange county to .;

"Oranges for Liverpool and London is prepared to do a large business which rent for vegetables. The best protected -. D ;

should be loaded on the steamer cannot help being a benefit to this city. against cold of anything in this part of j .iaqt'8 U1 w w .: :"g-g <
here Tuesdays. Steamers sail Mr. L O. Garrett, formerly of Orlando the State and in 'the midst of the vege- JO -; s Sg.s d
every and now President of the Citizen'sNational table growing section. Apply, to I'-co albs e2gtaAy woo ko ,OO
week. Steamers for Glasgow sail De. Bank of that place. has recently B. M. Slats .co.. _14 "

cember 8th and 22d and every 14 days been appointed Commissioner of Lands Ocoee Orange County, Fla. .:' 2 04 .!..
thereafter. and Immigration, and Mr. John W. -yet f4 UPJ1IIUH U1fP lI'8aK I'OO QOQO 8

"We have a rate to Liverpool about Weeks, for several years a member of The Healthiest Grove at Pierson.C. o .

, 32cents box and London the well known Sinclair Real Estate F. Pierson, Pierson, Fla., September 22 1CO
t1 per one to Agency of Orlando, has been appointed? 1887, sends the following statement: e f f4 h UOOtaA I C=QOIOQ)= r, .;
about: 53 cents and to Glasgow] 44 (0) 'tS '- .
assistant commissioner and have I have had eleven ;years' experience in oo _
cents per box." charge of Jacksonville, offices. Orange culture, and have had the pleasure 3 .uonaarla (1CD 1- t'I1;; ":J:;:
M4 54 of seeing and using' the Mapes Manures Q I w:i;wzz 2

New York Markets.. The Ripe Fruit Carrier. with scores of other brands, and c 8 ED.. 0 ," ,". 8 t:'

Attention' is called to the new adver- can truthfully say that the Mapes is, byfar = M a. .<
NEW YoRK, December, 1887. the best. ,I have had the charge of "" sqipa-ipauq -- -;
tisement in this issue of the DISPATCH of ot v} n cf ?<=>, oSF '
PUB saqoai { -
to THE ,
Special DISPATCH: of Groves and have I ,. -f4
number Orange ,
Jenkins, McGuire & Co., proprietors of a nUJtIt1f.1 sfnga .!
The Savannah steamer in with ten "The Ripe Fruit Carrier." This is an fifteen acres of'my own, and for the last fE'
= :
thousand packages produce mostly excellent fruit package that has been suc- three years have used 'no fertilizer but 2 ;; o

oranges, demand continues large ana cessfully used in various portions of the the Mapes. My grove to-day has a full 3 M I .&Iwa I a an oea. 3 gHutralq
otass cowa
prices firm. Fancy selling $3.25 to country during the past few years. crop, and is the healthiest in the j>lace. ., a -u
$3.50; brights $3; russetts $2 to $2.50; 54 I do not expect to find a better fertilizerfor o S O=d

tangerines $8; string beans $1.50 to An error last week caused Mr., L. 'D.Staples' young nursery trees than the Mapes = a2 tUUtUtulW 1 t bm aa; s i.r
$2; cukes $2 to $4; peas $4. Orange Tree Manure. I have about 20-, L Eo4 a3 E-t
) advertisement of "Mammoth ..
... a rn.....,..... ..f'. ',. < M-
h hC7
... G. S. PALMER. Bronze Turkeys" to read Portland. Me. 000 trees in nursery, and have tested its .JWO..T h oQat) ri&fet
.. and the result is good- cg di" c
It should.have been Portland, Michigan. merits faithfully, :: -;

,; ,Orange. Quotations From Florida .* perfect. .. p::: -"" fIO''t!.. t!
vI; 'C'1-- ;q.
Choice varieties of all kinds of Fruit '
Fruit Exchange. Illdwell's Early Peach. .2 Luca uaapc, I i iiii

JACKSONVILLE, November 23, 1887. Trees.' For free catalogue CIJAS. address KELLER,, Finding our stock of June budded trees o ----.---- ___-_.. .._ |a
t We beg to report quotations on Florida Texas Hill Nursery, Monticello, Fla. larger than anticipated, we offer from -o I : I iii:* \*&= -' ga gggili
.. .
.f I. ;
follows June budded
follows this date as : trees, I : : : .
oranges : O '. ', '. !!:tell
I Strictly; fancy. .._.. $3 50 to fi 00)()per box Ashes. 24 to 36 inches, 25c. each; $2.25 per 10; &" >> ..
Choice bright..... ....... 8 00 to 8 25 *'. Genuine Canada unleached hard-wood $20 per 100. The trees are exceedingly cg w I *?$? $ I
r Ordinary brlKhts........... 250lo275 ** Ashes for sale by George E. Wilson, well rooted. P. J. BERCKMANS. 5a rftspl .Sfgw
Choice russets............ 260to 275 "
Ordinary" russeU.., ......200to225 u Agent Bradley Fertilizers, .Jacksonville November 1,1887, Fruitland Nurseries,' I' I S3ljji *

Common ruseeU., ....... 150"',:' to. t I 1'75 ".," Fla. ., Augusta, Ga. \ "lnazh..:.:.: ,iir.) .), ,


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(-)-! -. ---'..- -, '" -..... ,..,, -=THE TL'lUDA E DISPATCH= [DEn ERA 51887.1'
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I" For the. FLORIDA DISPATCH. third almost!unknown as the country ing in a small town where competitioncomes
.;]\[ .Ir tii\ Orange Growing Tor'Proflt.' settles up. The impression has been along, demoralize quickly.
-, Your sensible article, "How ,to these were Florida's only dependencies.A They sell to get their money ,back,
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. Boom Florida," touches upon many friend writes me from London, fearing a rumor of depression 'or ,overproduction
T&TTOKINa-SO? U FLORIDA; :points that, re sharp! and with a 'deepmeaning. Eng., at the representation at the from the many ideas that
--- The very idea of overproduction American Exhibition there are sea are profounded by your various --cor
No'Money: in It on Account of HighFraight. beans and stuffed and .
of oranges must have grown alligators, a respondents.Some
; : few trifling things. We could have certain way will open -up a:
We.are.great complainers] taken at ex-prince: ,; sent specimens of our geology, mineralogy path that will be satisfactory to all
our best; often we are wrong, some these prophets work: on an orange; \ : ] and ears of corn, shucksof interested. Let: meetings be called in
times we are right; '"in either case itan grove for a few years, and they will rice, bundles of oats and rye, every centre, and officers appointed to
.bedeterinined.byrtlieresultof; ] the conclude many venture but few win. stalks of cane, pecks of peanuts, cow co-operate with the promoters. of .any
thingscomplained of. In this case ,we :If Florida produces 5,000,000 boxesin peas and their fodder, crab grass: hay, honest plan that will lay the founda-
give' the results and submit it to :the ten years from now. the United and casts of Qur big melons stalks of tion for success. I have read with
arbitration of,the.public to render'the States population will have increasedat cotton and tobacco. The whole trou much interest the ideas put forth as
verdict of its,jusjtice.) least 15.000,000; new ,markets will ble has been so long as these corpora- to the value of the Fruit Exchange.
It is 'known that South('Florida is have opened,,and the,foreign oranges ,tions could sell they cared little what This was the inception of \grand undertaking -
quite'n\diatance'Bouth of Jacksonville, ,well ,nigh ,driven from :the market, became, of the buyers; a poor 'policy. the promoters of which.areto
especially the .to pprtion of it. It thrpugh the'superior'qualities of home The day for land schemes is gone, be commended for their persevere
is" fair ,to suppose that .the further 'grownfruit.. Europe will,ned, all,,,or and it should be; the delusion of cities ance and patience. The officers of
south, the,better,suited..it is,to:growing :yearly] so, of their product: like :the and towns, started with fine names. the Fruit Exchange are the ones to
,. early vegetables' for :Northern mar (United States qnly"'a portion of Europe Two-thirds of the poor dupes presume look to for advice. Their experience,
kets, and!!it.would. ,seem'that its adaptability -' : can produce oranges.: :The"forieign they can live on a sand'hill and is of value, whatever opinion iniy
,to this industry would ,induce i laborers ere, long will catch:on tq make an orange grove. It should be have been formed by those who feel l
many to engage in it. It .,.has: ,been :the idea of better >pay the constant once and for all understood that to they did not receive good treatment
tried*and the growing a ,perfect ,suc :communication of foreigners with their produce fruits of any kind requires. through the Exchange, must bechari-,
cess, but we have the,first man. 'to.find ;irelativesin: time, : will enlighten'thfsepeqpjeas ; good soil, experience and money. table enough to admit. It takes''''ex
who' .has 'made' one ''dollar out(of ;J4t i| ) ; t .,the}) value J of their: services; The advertisements put forth stating periments to make successes.S. .
where they have been 'sent market! therefore foreign growers will not gain that all kinds of crops can be produced SANDER HECK.' ', ,-]\ .
by railroad. '-much on this score. on these poor lands, are quackeries Ocala,Fla. r !
We know of fields on which .once [Mr. Neck-suggest! the formation ofan as bad as the great hair wash ,
grew\tomatoes,,eggplants, cucumbers, orange growers' association as a that would make hair grow on 'an old, Encouraging Report. '
etc., that' now, grow weeds ten feet co-operative marketing agency,, ,embracing leather trunk. It's a pity to see these Thus far the orange 'market : has.,
high,and the'pursuit abandoned.: cold :storage; as it is now too dupes, ,their poor wives unaccustomed, : been very satisfactory this season,
Prospectors and new comers. make Ate for the'former this year, and asjcoldlstorageife'to to hard work, suffer to a degree. Here. prices ruling high and quality of'the
the Inquiry ,why vegetables,,are not : : e tried'thisseason, they are, and what can they do but fruit over-averaging much better ii than
grown; that we recommend it as a !ewe omit tfre .details. The Fruit: ;,'Exchange pome to poverty-reduced through a fast In recent communication
vegetable-growing' country: :Yet they ;embraces all the ,essential features jdelusion! (These,city prompters: ,are year. a -
do hot find'any' one engaged' it. suggested, and df 'accorded thepatronagQvonwhich pf the high order of 'confidence men.,, Messrs. Blake & Rjpley} Boston
Weare.force'd to tel: them that the ,the success of Excuse'my 'digresSion). agents of the Florida Fruit EXchange
freights are so .high ,that the grower ]the sch'eme, ::;would( depend, would secure Yiour'remark: as to. the capitalists. say:
gets npthing. We regret to ,have to all the benefits desired,ED. F.D.J 'of California :;and Floridaoutsidethese ; "We enclose catalogue of .y tir',
that with- the rates .that [ States the general opinion:,has
say present day's sale; the Exchange scored, a big
South,Florida,is a failure for'.profitable In 'regard to the assistance from! the (peen for years the!,former:was one big selling fully twenty- ,
raising of either; fruits or vegetable. JBpeculatqrs\ 'in:Florida lands, their one : Jypld I mine, the: l latter a sand barponfidence five cents oranges per box higher on an .average
idea, was,to buy cheap and sell for_ all wins. California: ,has, 'hadadvantages than current market prices. Were
;It,la both needless and criminal to hey could get-fair',enough. It has that Florida could not pleased to see that the
try*to disguise the fact that there isno hot worked well. Some years ago,. have;; California has been boomed for season are so fine in quality orangeshis and II''
'profit: in gardening or'' fruit' raising :when in London, ] ag:, I worked with nearly forty years; ''Fbrida, about if the shippers could have heard the
in South) Flnrida, /':with .the p esenXex-: parties who ,:sold the lands known as: twelve., favorable ,comments on ,yesterday's
horbitant freight rates, and the resultis ] the E. J..Heed purchase. I advised the. California had mines; capital was fruit it would have pleased' them.
that no one is going into the vegetable Syndicate to buy less'and better lands, poured Jn to'develop( these. The' We want to say to orange,..growersthat ,
business, and those who commenced reserve a sum that could be used to masses will readily,go into". miues''ifthere the prospects for good prices
have quit. Uevelop'the growing enterprises 6f the is a slight hope,'of gold.: We never were better than now, as. our
The fruit, especially oranges, ,and {State.t No heed was 'taken of, the bust demonstrate: 'our' 'oranges: repre.; apple crop is a very short one ;;and
l lemons too, is failure for profit. It ;learning; we,can, .see; the result. 'The sent,gold balls''that are 'renewed each I very little or no foreign fruit on the ,
may not be in keeping with the 'times, company is loaded up :with a .large year. 4 .. If the growers will pick. rand- ;;
or politic on my part to thus speak, quantity 1 of what? Land, which* on-an A,'little I more ;an regard to the; Adisposition back the oranges,properly we; wiilgetthem ,
but we will "hue to the line, and let esti-mated. of our ffruits'to those who good prices." ., ;
the chips fall where they may." < lave '' hipped/arid received i .good 'rep .. '
"Fifty_five cents per box for orangesfrom : jthe company was, a man only wanted tilts jfrdm, their comniissipn man M- '-c "
land railroads : him until ,better Our correspondent, J. D.-Mitchell,
Fort Meade t lo Jacksonville! : communication, or Kef\pto a system. 1
Now, let us figure a little: The com' p disposition() of the' settlers; products brevails; make I it worth' ,his :while tosell sums up the advantages of shipping,.
ing year my crop will amount to 1,500 !were not considered., Many ''a J>p6rknownothing for you. Thereare''a "J large 'class through the Fruit Exchange, Bome-,.
boxes; they will cost me, counting the [ : ;settler has bought and who can grow I he 'fruit but are unable thing on this wise: '
gathering, crates, etc., 57 cents per !lwouidBeliiagainif I ..he could. I.call. for want of l business experience, 1st. Car-load rates for small ship'meats y
box to put them ,to the Fort :Meade ,them'"know-nothings; outside,their!spe-' o,dispose of it. To these andothers
depot, $855; then 55'cents per box to !vial calling. I" have 'seep some try to the r-formation,of 'an;association :will be ,;\saving1'of25 cents:toSQfcents
Jacksonville, $825 ; thence to New mount;a,horse on'. the left side, like adog Valuable, which should ;supply the per box.' '; {
York, $600; commission men, $300, going over-a fence, and plant cabbage commission man. [Why not patronize 2d.No change of cars'in '.'transit*. ,.>
one foot apart'each'way.' I make the Fruit ExcUlIigED.F. D:] .
say nothing of cartage, etc., and we ; 3d. 'Complete protection
have, in round figures, on 1,500 boxes ;this digression: to illustrate somewhat They can select good, honorable;men charges and loss of fruit in,from'ver'I. 'I
$2,580. ';a class$ who do,not :succeed, but leave, from their vast numbers; and a : < -
Now where, in the name of truth ;crying out ,against ,a country that, at ,constant. communication. can be 4th. ''Loading, repacking if '-necessary -'*
and common sense, is my part to come Ino;'distant future, will become one of )kept up with the markets and distribution by feIegr ph,' {addition -;
from? ,the most important in the United prices sustained. The sending! of to usual commission service at
If',the railroad would reduce the States. There are.enterprises that'will drummers on the road would be fatal, the low rate of 8 per,cent. ( i
rates-one-half and the commission men come up, as necessity demands, that we )t'Wouldbring about) unfair comp 'ti- 5th. If all growers -.patronize* '*it- "
one:.half; then there would be a little i:little :dream of. The great freeze of tion. 'The success depetids upon concentration the .marketing ,problem would Abe' :.
left for the grower; but as it is, I repeat ? ,.1886 was a'blessing,in';the end. It will .of action, consolidation of solved. 1
,;the industry u a failure, emphatically .develop other fruit culture,'and l lead* to :capital, confidence,'and good products In other words, one:gets.all 'he ,-.' o& A;'
; and when we fail, I guess ,untpld':wealth from other.sources, -oranges properly assorted. The large ,cities sibly can anywhere-more, in /fact, .t
the,:railroads will too. ;, (alligators and malaria. ,The At supply: \ the smaller)l ;'a,'wheel'must and,at the same time does,all:he'can
r "SUBSCRIBER." ;former will increaed production;the have ;.a:hub;; the;;hub l the,,axle l capital' to i induce. a better system of: Fort Meade,Flk,'NOT'21,'1887. second become a curiosity,' andthe,, A number of small dealers sell, our fruit. "

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I I every nail outen dem fingers, and directly on the line of the drainageland. in fact had'had the treatment which

II I 'F, raiidFor IP P lf l\. tain't good fur nuthin', no how, I :' The Fort Myers ,Press gives anything requires to be keptjn first-

reckon." t the following account of this ranch: 1 class condition: 'li:a ny caCtle"man l is
the FLORIDA DI8P TC1L The outcome as the arrangementas : desirous! of improving his breed of
I My CornShellerIs first described, with the special ad- The rattle of the mowing machine atFort rustlers; ," let him get a.jShqrtljprn

I the best know of for its cost, being vantage that, while the "Mississippi Thompson is common, while. yearling; bull Take care of{nin! i fairly effective and never out of repair. plan" is very effective in a sense, and 'great: ox loads ,of sweet scented November until he .is thoroughly,acclimated and
It is composed of- will rake every finger and thumb at a hay move slowly into a huge we ,believe 'he will find -'it"paying'

; A BOX 10x12x16 inches, having but single] brush, the latter will let you off building erected for that purpose.' investment. With the abundanSceof
one of the 12x16 sides closed nd..a with less than half the "misery," and Native cattle are being ,tamed and soiling; crops which we can raise here: ,

stick 11x3: inches, of wood, that will Jt shells the corn very well indeed. domesticated and are taught! to gather added to good, pasturage,such as -Bermuda .
r t not sliver by use (white pine, basswood HOE CAKE. around hay racks to feast on the, bay : Lespedeza or Japan.clover,
deposited therein, and actually follow
I magnolia, eta),cut off at prope there .is no reason why we should not
FLORIDA DISPATCH.To in their tracks
For the the
wagons to pick '
length, BO that when one end is placed raise)as juicy beefand marbled mutton
Remove Stumps. from the the shaken
inside the :box t at the lower edge of ground droppings as the far-famed blue grass region of
The method of from the load. This is .
following removing a preparatorystep f ,
one of the 10x12 ends, the other shall Kentucky.; '/
1 supported'firmly against the pine stumps is worth publishing for looking to the improving of the '
upper the benefit of your readers: With a scrub cattle by crossing with finer How to Keep a Cow.
edge of the other 10x12 end. Into this
( stick drive sixteen 4-penny nails two inch auger bore a hole from the and heavier breeds in the near:future. W. S. Moore, an experienced stock
r the following: manner As the stick.in surface of the ground downwards 'at 'The owner of this ranch says that the raiser, of Hawthorn,Fla., says blooded

lies in the -box as above with the an angle of 35 or 40 degrees two-thirds native cattle should not be,depreciated, stock should be brought to this ,Sta e

three-inch face .measure from the of the way through the stump, then, as they are susceptible of being from the North in Octqber, when the
top and downward up 5 inches, and half, after removing the soil, with a one' brought up to astonishing perfection;, change in climate is least perceptible.
and inch bore that while it is that blood .will Heifers
:.between the two edges draw aline one-quarter} auger a true' pare more readily' acclimated\
way hole from the ,side tell feed and of It with than .
downward 6 or '8 inches also two same horizontally good plenty cows' and grades than thoroughbreds.
other and parallel lines ,within; half into ,the stump to intersect: with the kind and proper treatment will also : Hebas; ,Jersey and snort-Horn

inch of the two edges of the stick. .firstas, .near,the bottom ,as possible, tell, and he challenges the South to, cows,brought here in 1885,.which now; ,
"On the centre, line, beginning five this last, hole is for a draught, now show better hay,,tamer or more docile g givefive, gallons' of milk .a'daywhen:
inchesrom the top, drive a nail to split a few long slivers of dry fat cattle than he can ,ehow. We asked fresh. He feeds three gallons of bran
within' inqh.bf ,itaheadrat about .pine; and, after igniting the ends, him to make an exhibit at the great and one gallon of cotton seed!meals
the same an.gle with the stick, as the _place ,three or four'down the two-inch, show of the State. He says he has: ,a 4ay to .each, mixed and well wet;up,
incline,of ''the, :;{stick in,its position.in bole; don't fill the hole too full or the show of his own, and in this selfish and as much green food as they will

the(box,and following the(,centre line, drive opppsite five;, :smother the flames, from six to ten grounds, and goes on and says; .As for: Cheaper than pasturing, for ,whjcli he
other nails: at intervrls of li inches: pieces!will suffice ,to :ignite the wood l. horses, I am raising as healthy ,and plants Indian' corn and Milo maize. .
then, on the."two ,side lines drive five; .at the intersection of the holes and pretty ponies as can be found anywhere He says an acre will furnish.forage forone
nails eaehf.be! upper'one of each row, then it will require no more attention, ,:and that e.h. between 300 cow,and that the manure willpay;;
6 J inches..below, the upper,end of. the r qxcept;? every two or three hours .to and 400 head of hogs, now eating i \the for the other feed. He suggestsJapanclover : {'

,stick, and at the.earne.angle and like clear the hole from soot. ,By this acorns: dropping from the championold Para and Bermuda grass for
distances in ,the rows as,those in the method stumps can ;be burned out live oaks which .stud and 'adorn' ummer pasture, dye and' .pats,
centre rows. The affair, is now com that stand very near an,, orange tree: f the prairie border. This,seems to /bea mixed i for winter pasture. He makes
pleted.Having. but all'dry sap,and bark must 'be :removed business very different from the old, all his own crab,grass hay, which''lie

{ placed the stick in its I from the outside, then the'f fire' Florida style,raising the half wild deems indispensable. Turnips! ,cassava

er position in the box,'set the box,prop.on i will" be confined- to the- .inside until.it.\ and merely native i cattle, an industry and sweet 'potatoes he considers valuable -
something about the height of a bar is almost all consumed."Lhage_',not; which must pay handsomely additions to the bran and,cottonseed
rel, ,and resting against something !tied this: in green stumps but I believeit and an industry hardly found meal. His cows net t him. 'f$300
will worK: !'well' { old : the State a ,' '
,sufficiently firm; to resist the pressureof as as on :lightwood anywhere: in and ,Lee. each_ annually.
ones. may very properly? indulge ,.in
the. body against the end of the
box,.having. ,the end of the H. F. LANE. a little .pardonable pride over her pIANOS ORGANS & MUSICAL:GOODS
.I upper ,
Efuntlngton" ,Fla._,. o.yelpher JSr 18S7. elder sisters. During October_ultimo,. '
stick. .. r j".*'* ,'.
With the right hand grasping the For, the ,FLORIDA D PATCH. CaptainiHendry,cut, and cured from ,Genuine, Bacgalns.Being '
Putt of the ear of ,corn firmly, the What One Grain of Rica Did.' his Fort 'Thompson ranch over one'

}point ,of.the.,ear at moderate angle to,' Early this year there spran' up a hundred,bales. of good, hay. ,, Bole Agents in the South,for

the stick and touching ,the lowercourse single grain of rice in. a small_artificial Best Breeds- -tM for Florida. CHICKERINO, MASON & HAM LIN,.MA-

pf nails presa firmly open left.harnL on. tHalower part of the Florida., The first crop; from that'one ,

ear:,and; draw_ toward you.in direct : grain was ninety-four heads, and the verly Stock ':Farm, near Tallahassee, PIANOS, .
line.wjth the stick, the, pressure sufficient yield was over, two hundred grains to recommends the following breeds of
to s1ielLth!: corn; ,do not try to he head. A second crop from the cattle for this State: Short Horn ORGANS

shell with:the'downward: J stroke. ame plant numbered one hundred and and Hereford for beef; Holstein,Ayr- ? !f 3",
The ."idea" for this came to -wenty-two heads,)but much .smaller shire and Devon for milk and cheese ; MASON & HAMLIN' BAY STATE,
Florida from Mississippi, but as *than those of the first crop. The Jersey: for butter. The three latter PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.'J
J i introduced, consisted of a pine whole number of grains from'the two have proved their ability to-thrive on Everyone given benefit of oar one prlc
tern, and prices guaranteed lowest
"plank" 1x7x21, with 48 .6penny crops was 25700. The counting was our soil. 'The Holstein is attracting terms of payment,and payment.freight assumed *
nails ,standing half their length very carefully done, a spoon being attention and is doing well in a neigh- steamboat by us landing.to Purchaser's' nearest.' T :*8*::t&?.or i"
above and'at right angles 'to used in the measurement, three spoon boring State. That ,the beef breedscan
the ;face ,of the "plank/ covering fuls counted, four grains left out and under certain conditions and with

j a .surface of about 6x8 ,near: an average struck. This was, done proper judgment, also succeed is our VIOLINS, GUITARS BANJOS AC-
its middle. Undertaking to apply with, each crop, separate. The plant opinion. The'Hereford is the favoriteof ", .' .
this to its intended purpose has been surrounded by water a few the Western ranchman, and we CORDEONSand
the result )half inches deep during the time of its
} t ; was pint think would make an excellent cross all kinds of small Instruments offered at
shelled corn-first blood. A clear growth. In conclusion, I can say thatno on our native stock." We find the lowest. prices. Send for our Illustrated'.', -0**..* .catalogue -'
"foul," since Ithe. 'blow was aimed"at. one can be more surprised at this above in the Farmer and Fruit
: the unlucky' moment when the machine .. enormous yield than the writer has Grower. Continuing, he says : "The Artist materials
I '-"'bq9k d,"' dismounting its,rider been. W. M. DAVIS. Shorthorn has been and is being experimented Picture Frame* ,

from:the,old three-legged chair offering with in this county, and in .- Fine- '
.pretence of support. The Jour ,unfortunate A Florida Stock Ranch. one particular instance which! we recall *
down almost in the Fancy Goods*
were enveloped each Away The
ngers was a great success. square
i in its individual< rag,. ,and fui-therdis- : glades is Captain F. A. Hendry's shaped body, deep sides, broad back, : Albums, Stationery" : .

astrous attempts; were made by York, stock ranch. It is in the eastern ,portion etc., which characterize this breed, We ,can Art save or Fancy money Goods.in Write an ..h1nglaMuslo 118 for
i Stat Tfiiigers to ,reduce it jbo practice all there and did prices.} '
; of the new county of Lee at old were one good to -H. p
resulting finally in turning it over to look at. This animal was said to yield f'
an,old exclave ",fi_ ld hand;" and. her. :Fort Thompson, on the Caloosa river, four gallons-of milk per day and sold "

final report,was: "I ,hain't got no use< a few miles m from"*the ".$ig Sawgrass", for one hundred and twenty.five dollars. .LupDEN5& BATES, SMSH: ,'

fore datar; ,peskything.: :fit, dun; tuck. which'borders.. Lake,0keechobee, and She had been well attended to :, ''';' iSAVANNAH '
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1011,,-\., -JI -, -TBII FLORIDA DISPATCH. [DECEMBER 5,-:-1887.:: '

THREE-TIME::: WINNER." )lish trainer of athletes, who continues
Plants for Sale.
flIol'idiaIl himself to be one of the finest of speci-
Lost His Grip?-Phil- : Egyptian Queen from 15c. to $1. Scarlet or
mens of manhood and one of the most from Ic. to 2c. for slips. Rooted
Training Demanded. Pants, be set .t from 2c.'to
can any season
Forthe FLORIDA DISPATCH successful of trainers writes his
25o. each, packed and delivered on board
NOTES BY THE defeat of "Ned" Hanlan by own signature to the English Sporting steamer on receipt of price,
at Toronto in August indicates Large order prices on application.
Life, September 5th, saying "I con- TltOS. E. UICIIAItDS.Eden .
Orange Growing, of the glory" of the.doughty sider Warner's safe cure invaluablefor Pineapple Plantation, Eden, Indian' '

ization, etc., in all training purposes and outdoor River. Fla2IPWILLBUYTHE,

Speaking of the has sustained his record with exercise. I have been: in the habit of BEST

Volusia county, and pluck; and success, but the using it for\a long time. I am satis-

the vicinity of Orange strain of years of training fied that it pulled me through when
certainly some day find its limit. else would and it is
nothing always a
correspondent, A. H. of this we recall the fol three time winner!"

recent communication, interesting reminiscence of Beach's and Wyatt's method of

people here evidently annals: training is sound and should be fol

cultivation. Their a fine, bright day in August, lowed by all.HOME. SAW I LFOR
an excited multitude of 15,000
fact very generally. Yet THE MOKEY Send for Descriptive Circular.
lined the shores of
few persons, some of them Kenebecassis, near' St. GROWN. RICHMOND. ., INDIANA,

dance of means, let their N. Bvattracted by a four oared j Profit in Fruit Culture.

into a bad condition, as between the famous Paris crew PEEN-TO,HONEY, PALLAS, FLORIDA KELSEY and other valuable Plums. 25,000

weeds. Some of the city ,and .a, picked English CRAWFORD, BIDWELL'S and other LECONTE Apples on,LeConte KEIFFER stock.and other All the Pears valuable and

hereabout think it good for $5,000 and the championship PEACHES; KELSEY and other :PLUMS; Oriental and Southern Fruits. CAMPHOR:

plough and fertilize the world. Wallac Ross,the pres JAFFA, MED. SWEET; WASH'NG. NA- TREES all kinds., OLIVES JERSEY, PRUNES.CATTLE,JERSEY Nut Trees RED of

uary and even December. oarsman, pulled stroke VEL, TARDIFF, MAJORICA, DUROI HOGS. Seeds of Forage Valuable Plants. Highest
quality,lowest prices. Information
do if Jack Frost was sure Blue Nose crew, aad "Jim" HIGLEY'S LATE, MAO. BONUM, HOMO- in illustrated catalogue free. _

us, as he usually does, in champion sculler and swim- SASSA,TANGIERINE and MANDARIN: CHEROKEE FARM AND NURSERIES
three winter months. England and the world, was ORANGES; BELAIR, VILL FRANCHAand Waycrosa, Ga. ,
The climate of Florida English .
out saying, is the best, was at fever heat. SIMMONS, NUTS, QUAVAS, QUINCES,

the world, all things three hundred yards of the POMEGRANATES,B ANANAS,LOQUATS, Zo
the working of orange had been covered when the OLIVES, MELON SHRUBS, UMBRELT.A u:

year round judged by noticed that their rivals TREES,etc. 0'p

most experienced of men, creeping away. A. u:. MANVILLE & CO, a .

. best method. Nature, as us a dozen, Jim," said the Grows all kinds of Fruit Trees and Vines,
Lakeland and Inland, Fla.
of _-___ Drayton Large stock LeConte and other Pears,Persimmons -
needs Harry Kelly, champion
man beings, rest at ,Peen-to,and other peaches and plums.W.W.THOMPSON .
sons. The true plan, who was pulling No. 3 oar. ONE MILLION I .
judge by observation and can't, boys, I'm' done," said Ren- Fruit Trees GrapeVines Send for Catalogue. Amithviile.Ga.
and with these words he fell Strawberry AT FREQUENT DATES EACH MONTH
is, to work the trees i Plants) Etc. ,
spring, summer and fall an :inaminate heap in the Belling:! low at FROM CHICAGO,

rest in winter. But, like Willow Lake Nursery. i I PEORIA

human, this general rule has been poisoned by book Descriptive price list mailed catalogueand free i ST LOUIS' 51qJ.I !
the and beliefs) on application Address 1
exceptions and these DISPATCH."A / was cry, Sam II. nnmuh..2 l
must judge of that science and skill Marsha 11 vl lie,Ga. I'd
for his restoration ; ; 1 ,, CHOICE> OF
It is pleasant to see suggest was .,
crops of sweet potatoes ; but after terrible struggles of

the State this season. the strong man, the flower of BY THE CAUfORN ,
Prices here and pride of his country- "GDUNCILBLUFFS,

per barrel downward range passed away. Polk Co. Nursery g Improvement Co., OMAHA, S!JOSEPH, ATCHISON.

good demand for them stomach was analyzed but no OR KAN SAS CITY.:
All the leading foreign and domestic Oran -
For dates, rates tickets or further Information ,
of could be fou..d
people of Florida have trace poison o and Lemon Trees... apply! to Ticket Agents of connecting;lines,
Price list tlon.
various.other fruit trees though general examination \V. B, L.ASSITJ31&, Manager' or address
staple! orange tree. a very fatrange: condition of Homeland,lFla. PAUL MORTON,Gene Pass.Tkt.Agt..Chtcago
From one Peento ((1 and the life-giving and

the controversial lists, organs caused by GRAPE' VINESSuited I Farai l SEEDS

to the true name or the of unwise training. While the to the Soil and Climate of garden

word) peach tree, the development wag perfect the F1 J Growers<< Htalotfuea of choice FKKK FIELD! to SEEDS.all.

as near as could be and kidneys were badly con FLORIDA, AGENTS PORN: wanted and to OA'lS.Our Mil our. SEED

hundred fine Seeds Get oar
seven GROWN AND FOR SALE AT Garden are pure.
whole therefore in II I prices on large quantities. Address
Some have system was, ,
planted more
San Luis and Andalusia Nurseries, HOOP & ZTLE, SeedMtnen,
of fruit trees. Traveling state when the most simple WESTMINSTER MD.fi .
from ordinary living and TALLAHASSEE, FLA. t
one hundred miles each Single Breech Loader, ;3.15.$&SO and J
was of momentous conse UNS 811. Double. $8,810.75,181X50 and up ..
average,we can readily E. DUBOIS, Manager.Send ward Fishing Tackle Pocket Cutlery
His wonderful strength fi General Sport pGoodn. Send for
vance in the growth of for Catalogue and order early. Send, and Catalogue. CHARLES B.PIlOUTY 16311L CO.,
tree, and also the t made his dying paroxysms more also,for Price List of 03 & 65 Washington Street, Chicago HL C

in the setting out of all and the fatality movu cer- FLORIDA WINES.

fruit trees in Florida.
is now in Australia. Beach, I' .1' OR E '
future, we shall have Pears Grown Iroiu Cuttings. I ;: o r rI.
large quantities of of that country, is a power- '
LeConte Kelfler and Sand. Bartlett Law-
pears, and at last we will who probably understands son, Sekel, Smith and Garber on LeConte
small fruit business, from of athletes to death ,from Root. Strawberries adapted to Florida, Ala-
bama and Georgia: Hoffman, Warren, .Noo
East and West reap the effect thereof being nan nnd Noonan Improved. Peaches: een-
serious on the heart blood and to, Honey, Southern Beauty and others.
Doubtless ,
money. Plums: Kelse)'a Japan.Marlanna and others
the "you can'ts" as shown by poor Ranforth's Pot grown strawberries on special order only.)
many ,_ .
GEO. (: Glottis, .
late for themselves, death. Tallahassee Nursery,Tallahassee, Fla,

many fruits,flowers and the past three years he has Send for- Catalogue.---- ----._----- I a a

hardly now ,known in particular care of himself, and OPINIONS RENDERED ASJO THE NOVELTV OFPUCATIONSPROSECUTED.AlLBUSIN
be profitably cultivated. training, always reinforces the j
The questions of and prevents blood congestion OX FLORIDA PLUM: STOCK S5RaATlN&I
Three, six and twelve months buds; 2,000
I and the ill-effect
tilization are in their consequent two-year old/*. Some fruited this year. SEND SWiyimEQR!PAMPHLET*

ida, but will be better heart by using Warner's safe Plum Botan. Marl Florida anna.Seedling Purple Leaf Plnm and stock Simon's the -
on -----
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the near future. And to the sportsman's universal favor- best for all sections of Florida. Eureka, Peen- lOOPER PROFIT and
in Florida t he-"is astonished at the To Honey,best October and other Peaches on men canvassers forDr.Scott'sGenii
publication says
Florida peach stock. Japan Persimmon, lneElectric Belts Urukiiesj.etc.
ligent and continuous J benefit." Grapes,Oranges,etc. Price list free. Inspec- Lady agents wanted for Electric Corsets.
tion solicited.,; A. CAI.L.AI1AIV, I Quick sale.! Wrlteat fence for terms.-' Dr.
ciently than die Florida I Wyatt, the celebrated] Eng- Prop.Eureka Nursery,Melrose,Clay Co.,Fla. I Scott,g46.Broadway,.N.JY.



,DECEMBER* '4. -fel ,' 5.1887.1tt 3 t -.-. THE FLORIDA DISPATCH -LOll-
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and in great misery. Although it can

;, ,{ .,..Poultry ': a : be cured at this'stage, it is best not to DiXI.ENURSERY1 I

let it get such headway, as the chicks '

., .-TM"4M1Will, .. BY W. W. FKNDBICH.. being blind will necessarily have to,be H. H. STANFORD & CO., Proprietors,

fed by hand, which entails a considerable ', r' ,

some-of our readers who have trouble if there be many patients T :a O 1\lI: .A.. S -VJ: : :La L E G- .4..

made and also hand. ..
poultry a success, a I on
I 25,000 Peen-to Peach Trees 2&to 6 feet. Ask for prices.
failure,,give their experience, through As to its,cause we are not preparedto 10,010 Honey Peach Trees,2% u>6 feet. Send for catalogue.
say. Some breeders contend thatit 5,000 Early and Late Peaches} all the leading kinds. Bock bottom prices.
tHese columns, for the benefit of 25UW LeConte Pear Trees, 3 to 6 feet,nne. Must be sold
I I is caused by mosquitos, and as thereare 10,000 Kieffer Hybrids on LeConte ocks.> They have no equal. '.
others. ? swarms of mosquitos in the hen 5,000 Smiih Hybrids on LeConte stocks. Best pear oefore the public. ',' '
;,1 ., .-.." 400 Bartletts,on LeConte stocks,4 to 8 feet,one to two years. They are a plum success. on
house at the season the disease mostly LeCone k in the South.
? In a former issue we stated, in replyto there is for this 5U) of the Japan varieties. They will keep all the winter. They are on LeConte stocks.Please .
prevails, ,good reason ask for Driers
'L. W. G., of Orlando, an ordinary belief: 8,000 Japan Persimmons, five varieties,come to stay,3 to 5 feet. Send for prices.,
boo Japan Plums on plums imported direct from ,
i handful of cotton seed meal! to two As for the best remedy, an equal 500 on peach, home grafted, Kelsey and other kinds.Japan.The best. ... "

fowls. ,This was a typographical er- quantity of blue stone and axle grease, to stay.500 Japan send Chestnuts for catalogue.,3 to 4 Ceetgra1'tedj; bore this stason,and have come to this country

) ror, and should have been twelve. with a few drops of carbolic acid, will 5,000 Umbrella China Trees 2 to5 feet. Ask for the price

remove the sores; as will also a mix- "
ture of of kerosene tur- QUINCES, POMEGRANATESAND ,
The Southern Fancier,of ,Atlanta, equal parts ', ,

Ga.:;is a neat and well ,edited paper, pentine and oil of.tar, with a few drops ,
of carbolic acid. At the beginning
devoted topoultry and stock. It S1\lIALrL: : FaUZTS.:
, pet. it would be well to give the bird a. .. .

' is specially adapted to Southern poul- good purgative. Feed on good, nour- Grape: Vines,Asparagus and manyother plants. Send for prices.
Roses of the leading kinds,Teas and Hybrids, by dozen,hundred or thousand. Send for
trymen. It must be seen to be appreciated ishing food while under treatment. catalogue.Green. .. ,

., 'Write for to'H.'' We cannot state the cause of the House Plants of general assortment.; Shrubbery, hardy and tender. Arbor Vita,
a sample
'. copy twenty different kinds Conifers Vines all the leading kinds.
A. Kuhns. disease, but! suppose it is caused, not Send for,: prices,and you will get them- low that'you will be compelled to buy. Cut thisout
and it. it will only in three times. If there is omitted
by mosquitos but by that of keep, as appear print any plant
scourge send for it we keep them. Send for catalogue.
The best tonic for poultry is the all Florida poultry raisers, the jigger Respectfully yours. ,
flea. We have found of _H. H. SAN FORD & CO.
equal parts
Douglas mixture: One pound of -
sweet oil and turpentine, applied to
one gil of sulphuric acid with THE LAKELAND NURSERY COMPANY.
sores once daily, a very good rem- **" ,,*
two,gallons of soft water. Give a tea edy, but.not in every case. Mercurial We offer the largest and most complete collection of

spoonful to each quart ,of drinking ointment, mixed with lard, just
enough to color it is also effective.ED. Citrus and Deciduous FruitTreesnow
water, once or twice a week;; if fowls ,
F. D. offered in South Florida. Our stock is first class and prices to suit the trade.
., drooping give daily.
appear Send for descriptive Catalogue and Price List. .
,a S Communicate with E. H. TISON, Manager Lakeland Nurseries
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. ...... r"VA :0= t June 15,1887. Lakeland Pol ft. Co.,Kla,
..... III .
Bore-Head in Fowls. e-. J.4

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James M. Osborn writes :a 8S6&O JAPANESE NURSERIES
Daytona :
.N"...:. : Z :
O V g G) ,
last of lady < C .
By copy your paper a 6J.4 ... OF' TOE

asks for a remedy for "sore-head," as X .E-c'" ....."'o" > M : maia1 : : Co.
chickens. -.4 0 ..8 Q 0 CI.... 4... > H r e Ir.a.p: oytlQ.s: : : ,
to L-
applied rC CI ommac cP.'g' I2t Offices 120 Sutter St. Rooms 77 to 82 San Francisco Cal.
= dO C : ,
i If she will take sulphur (flour), and .... ".".. -c c 0;. "'t CH
Where all communications should be addressed.
.... Z In c.:: I:
, lard, equal parts of each, and add carbolic e'S aM_a p S H Z Genuine UNSHDI SEEDLESS SATSUMA CANTON HYBRID, KIN-KAN and other

acid, say to a tablespoonful of :IS H 'yam C "!. \') C3Oo JAPAN ESK ORANGE PFRSIMMUI4S!: CHESTNUTS, LOQUAT ,etc, PALMS,
-1 O-GlOfIJ.d GI cva : CAMELLIAS, PEONIES, MAPLES, BAMBOOS, etc. Send illustrated catalogue. '
each of the former articles ten to W :; .... :
fifteen drops of the acid, mix thoroughly I. _o.c 0 ...:' si& cPa gl.)
take swab and clean off the III'Silas* .; ItI&NVILLE NURSERIES
.a W = Qo 8 : rD ,
affected part and rub in the ointment W ... *!!Iiiliiifi!
m .tS
OcP' One of the oldest In the State, keep pace with the times. Our stock is home-grown: and
being careful not, to get any in the ..... = GIi ::: ;;I of the best. Our prices are as low as the lowest. We have all the varieties suitable for the

M eyes; also put some of the mixture on -S- ... G) ..5 ::: G) W 0 trade,such as are advertised by other nurseries in the State. We warrant entire satisfaction

the "shoulder" ,of the chicken, this Ii&J x OC GI 11.I .tI.. ..b..-:;).cPa..Clo a"d,as"d as Z 43Xb Send, your, name'for new- catalogue, and' price. list.

is an infallible remedy; if used in ;-9 S3 Z H eS ::: Gi 73eo8;aS O 8 F. S. CONE, Proprietor,
c13 (;lh.SO.A't CITY, FLA.
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time. '" ... .c
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*E. E. Bugbey, East Palatka, says: .- ___ Air;:: z ",-..,owoq FAIRVIEW NURSERIES.Well .

....... -a N. Weioast
: Please say to Mrs. E. W. I/, of OCI .
Bartow, if her chickens have sores c.:) a.:.c as C,)q .6fe tested.and approved varlet'es of the ORANGE and LEMON and other Citrus Fruits.
on the head and body, to take equal lUAT8, POMEGRANATES, BANANAS, PECANS, and

} parts of coal oil, lard and sulphur, .= ana GRAPE climate of VINES Florida., Florida grown of well known varieties, found to be suited to the soil

warm it just a little so it will 'mix, and 'c- Send for catalogue to O. R. THACHER Manager,
ca : ,:a:: '
to ,the once a day a..:>> *
apply sore spots ; San Mateo,Fla.
c::::>> .
r "1 they will soon heal and drop off."Sorehead" ca:: ..E'r _

.. is the worst trouble I o 'r- IQ.- SWITZERLAND NURSERY. :

have found in raising chickens in o aW oo :e Peen-to,Honey and Bidwell's Early peach trees. Kelsey, Botan, Marianna and other
'g '=>> plum trees. Grape Vines and Blackberry Plants. '
with the
\ PJorida. comes warm >> ::: 10M
weather and as it is catching :::>> en A Nursery at; Your* Own Door.A .
goes : :z::
through a large flock in a short, time. ...: :e CD CC?:::>> specialty made of sending all kinds of trees and plants by mall, and safe arrival guar
anteed.; Price lists free to all. Address, .
Although on the watch for it this last u.. W. C. STEELED Manager,

t summer, it got the start of me, and c:::>> Switzerland St.Johns County,Fla. .

nearly hundred of ,the fowls got it, PANCOAST & GRIFFITHS I '

and I cured all of them except two. ,

There are other remedies that will wiLBOtfs CokpourafoF COMMISSION
cure it, but the above is the best. '. ,
:: The Southern Fancier states: PHILADELPHIA. j

This disease is quite prevalent at AND PHOSPHATES OF < ) ,
inaugurators of the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida (without Ice)
. the South some seasons. We have I1 E f30DA.IRONCures Reference: Our Ace't Rales and check Saturday for every shipment rlo l ed om that w "Ir. )
heard of a good many cases this sea <

s son. It is characterized by the appearance COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA-: a
CouuliB Colds, Asthma, ttuucultls \
of small white and. black and all !Scrofulous'11 am or a.
To Consumptives.-Many have been .
pimples upon the face and comb, wattles -
I happy to give their testimony in favor of the
and earlobes which, if not takenin use of WUbor't Pure,Ox lAver Oil and Phosphate -.. SCO'covers the total cost of full Ikfslnesd Course, Including Board, Tuition Honk\ and :{
hand soon and treatment applied *.*' Experience has proved it to boa vat- Diploma,Shorthand,Typewriting,etc., thoroughly tanght. Best course of ItuAtnes! Train ';
uHble remedy for Consumption, Asthma ing. Best facilities. Students board with the President.' Separate Ferrule Department.
will cover the head with running Diphtheria and all Diseases the Throat nndLungs.
pu- Manufactured only by A. B. WILe Best location. Most, largely attended.. Most highly recommended. Write for catalogue toTKUUKI.L

trid sores., making.. I the
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'y ROAE t:: PAW'N\: tfRSgPUES-;; Deer Island Gardens afid. Nurseries,

Rare" exotic plans ofs&l.description's"t / summerJ s planting. Rare and new fruits.. Pot Grown Efend-Trbpfoal Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and

Palms,Acacias,Agaves,Aloes,Cacti and Flowering Plants. A general line of Citrus Treefind V1_. No:Loss in Transplanting.

| Nursery* jj stock, ) suitable! fort**Florida" -! v<*; *''_ jUifWrt. V jk.u .- f.- J Catalogue and Price List Free,on applicatIon'to the Manager. Address"

Price catalogue (of 83 pages)15 cents,postpaid. Mailed! free tq.all customers A.E. CBAMPLINOakland Fla.A1IIIONY
;Orange Co., .

d. .. _. .'. _, .. ;Manatee, Florida.! IftJB8E.8IE'8O'trer
i i'"t u :* unout, n n, <. *oj wt'i IK r'j ".im s.> ..J.* rv

GEORGETOWN' NUKSEBIES.9: to the public a fall line of ,

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added' from'tried approved'varie'tlea' ,"and' n'good)heaitiiv locks.:, Consisting of ORANGE TREES,of choice'.varieties,' from one year bud on (four-year-old .
Also;;,JAPAN',PERSIMMONS,' LxCONTE PEARS GRAPES and line l stock to bearing trees, In quality and to suit the times including. the celebrated
; a general three budss
rult Trees suitable to Florida; Address, MADAME VINOUS, VELVET REEL; and four year ;: fine two-year-old.SAT-
'' BUM: AS, on four-year-old stock three year buds KING,ORANG.rl etc.,etc
.. .. .: .ON'CT.A1: ., Georce'fo., id Flii Also a'cholce assortment of PEARS on LeConte stoCks. LKCONTE PEAR one,two and
May 18'83 U y suited to Florida on LeConte stock.

.' I ; ; ." : :" I.lw" I,'! ,.. PEACHES,including FLORIDA'S OWN,as EARLY PeenitojacholceHhlppltigvarlety; :
oblong In shape; very early and!very prolific. ;CREAM, a choice early seedling of
:L.ake Gee>rge N-u.r erl.esE : Chinese strain. 'BIDWELL'S EMILY THE WONDER PEE -TO HONEYS etc KEL-
F SEY PLUM on Plum or Peach stocks. BOTAN OGAN, BOTANKIA,MARIANNA, eta
J ION OF" I8S =S L .JAPAN PERSIMMONS. GRAPES-the .leading home.varieties: SCUPPERNONG and
\ CALIFORNIA varieties. ADRIATIC arid other, gr.. PECAN afad other Nut bearlngtrees. ..
All fruits, plants and vines,suited to the :climate of Florida, including Oranges, Lemons TEXAS UMBRELLA: :,CALIi4'OR IAPEPPER TREE'a beautiful shade tree. GOLDEN.
and all the citrus f ults,is.well as Peaches,P..ars"Plums,erslmmons.Grapes, Figs Pecans, ARBORVIATIE and choice two-year-old roses. Catalogue fre. _
Almonds Ap-ricotsOl1veg: ;etc.:Also many useful and ornamental grpsses,Plants,Vines,:etc. I. BROKAW. ,
Have for sale several valuable improved'places'at"great"bargains; 'Catalogue tree to \ ,
any address. Anthony, Marion County, Fla.
"+, 3, W. W. HAWKINS, k"_SOIVS." j T

: Lake George, Fla. '
1'. ,,. to .'., ::. CLEAR .WATER NURSERIES.Choice .
<' .
: .i Lt',
RI'V'BR'S'IE?: ; NURSERiES.Citrus i I and Improved Varieties of Tropical and SemiTropicalTrees

4 ,,Plants, Bulbs and Flowers. .

and Deciduous Trees footed Grape Special attention given to setting and tending young groves budding and pruning old
ones planting Lawns and Flower Gardens. All work guaranteed. 'WWe arealso agents
Vines for Hussey's's Coulter Harrow and the old reliable brand of Geo. W. Baker's Flesh, Blood and
and Cuttings. Bone Fertilizer. All inquiries promptly answered. Send for Catalogue. Call on or address,

\\A ,W,make'a specialty o 'nurs All -
ryme inquiries promptly answered. Address >

C. S. BURGESS, Manager,
:: N-nrseries
Riverside,California.NURSERIES. I:. : ;


NEW PEACHES A SPECIALTY. 5,000 Superiors, ripens in May, size above medium
full line of Nursery Stock now' ready for Fall and Winter Planting.Best. quality best of all. 5,000 Thomas,.late,ripens In September; single specimens have weighed
.1'I; ,' ., /.'.' a pound..Bldwell's Early: Wonder,and five other new varieties will be found in stock. .
.. Varieties of Budded Trees Sizes1 10,000 Kelsey JapanElums: ; Z)000 LeConte Pears.; 20,000 Japan Persimmons, 2 to 10 feet
a Specialty-Trees of all high,and 100.000 Orange trees/of all good varieties,will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH.
Many miss it'who buy elsewhere.
Send for 9atalogue..w "
'j .'i .
..'.z t, ..' MAXWELL, ANDEKSON& CO.,
I San Mateo, Fla. Lemons Lemons Genuine Navels.ORDER .

GUIDE: TO FIG CULTURETells ,NOW, before'our stock of Villa Franca Lemons is out. We have Just sold 7,600of
this choicest all Lemons for Fall delivery, but have some left. Our bearing Lemonsare
how to grow and prepare the fig,and describes our new fig, loaded. We shall ship In July and'August and publish results in the"Dispatch."
7' We have also a'beautffllilot.pf the iGE.NUINEWashlngf.on Navels,budded from one of
C:> Dl.:: : the ORIGINAL TREES,we received 'from Washington nine years since. Also most all
; r'Qj.a:1
.. i \,, .y-r.n.a.: other varieties of'Orange,Lemon and Lime.
4 Only genuine"fig of commerce,"and the finest in the w rldl Also Tropical Seml-Troptcal The Double Imperial Navel and the Atwood's Seedless Navel we now offer fortbefirst timeto
.and. New, Fruits. ,and the finest stock of nuts In the country. Address,with sump the Florida:Orange Growers. We shall have for Fall and Winter delivery a few hundred
FLORIDA HORTICUI.TURAL d0., I' of each of these varieties K.EPNEY & CAREY, Winter Park,Fla.

.._ Cutler, Dade Co., Fla.


Villa Franca' Lemons. Washington Navels. on hand and for sale a large stock of flue

We have for fall and winter delivery a large and select stock of the above named varieties
-one and two year old buds, free from insects. Our Villa Franca buds were ob- and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees. .
tained Navel buds from were,the finest grove% 1 celebrated variety in the State and ,our,Washington .Stocks five add buds one,two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; well
,dedwlth4hat! : yarlety Imported in tho bf us,direct from'Callfornla'and taken from the first trees bud- grown'and well rooted.' Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees,Roses,etc. Send for
State. This Is
said to
grove bear heavily and steadily. We have
also all the descriptive catalogue before giving orders elsewhere. ,
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? l:. w.: LIPSEY &: CO., Citra, Marion Co., Fla.
that every tree shall have good roots,whlchafter all is most important. Send for Cataldgue '
GILLETT BKOTS,'South Lake Wier. Marion Co., Florida.; OIhe: Vafrico LEMONS,
Pomegranates Guavas,
ORIENTAL ;Figs, Bananas
:Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL.Catalogue Pine-Apples,
Kelsey, Botari and Ogran Japanese Plumy oh native Plum Stojckt* J: rapes, Avocado P'rs,
Kelsey Jane Buds'on native Peach Stocks\ Pee-to and 'Honey Peaches. Pears Anona,
LeCoqte and Klefter Pears on their own roots. Bartlett and. other peas on Pecans Free. Acacia,
LeConte roots. A large stock of Apples, Pears Plum, Cherries, Quinces; Oriental ..- r -, mum,
Aprlcuts and Nectarines. Address lums and .W. G. TOUSEY, Caladium,
. ACT. F. :EIr :I: .EJ9,. 1L 1 tubs ersimmons, Etc., __ Seffner( ,' Sillsborough i Co.,. Fla. PALMS. Poinoi, Etc.na,
Manager Huntsville Wholesale Nurseries, Huntsville, Alabama;

NURSERIES. J i CataldguesVwfUi practical;hints; to new beginners, tree on application.. Our list include
the choicest yarletfes of,the C1t.rU8'femlly grown. Also, *

KELS'-:Y AND dfHER ORIEWTAL PLUMS; Pees, ?cari, Plums, Grapes, and other FmitB.j ., (

i j is one of the larg.e t'Jnthe:: fltat Thornless,and Early Fruiting varieties aspecialty
A SPECIALTY. ,and other Fruits adapted to the climate of Florida. ,

"w,";_.. JA.P rt. ;P.En tIl11MON8 ON NATIVE. ..ROOTS.r' Indian B. W.Springs PIERCE,: Lake ,Co.,,J'la.B .
b Also a full line of Nursery Stock of the most choice varieties adapted to Florida. : '. .. -

f R' HU BURS, Proprietor, Bartow, PoUt CaRat, Fla.'" .VIEW I NURSERIES.CHOICEST .

: k.Y B-an.o1L rLd ....... ,
;. Q : : ; Nu.r. ; : VABIETIESlbF

LeCoute, Keif f er, Bartlett, JLawaon and Garber's Hybrid Pear a Spe-': : '

cialty. Suds{ d; 'raffge' and Lemon Trees,

-: :'Summer contracts,Special Rates,will now be given. Address Tropical ana Semi-Troptcal-Frnlt TreeS,Vines and Plants Trees strong and well rooted
w" '.' :; ? tU"" :, :,; ,and especially adapted to--outh Florida. ,
B. W. PARTRIDGE, $... An'inspectioorK invited All inquiries by mail promptly answered. eat IOgueSll nt free
Monticello, Flaiy t, 'on'applicatlon. ? -. R. B. HO If T, Bay View,Hillsborough Co* Fla.


''' Offer this season a fine.collection of, FRUIT TREES and ORNAMENTAL,1 LA: NTS., thousand choice'Orange,Lemon and Lime Trees for sale. Ten thousand fine Florida
Specialties: WHITE ADRIATIC FIGS SAN PEDRO finest table fie; POMEGRANATES grown Peach Trees,of the Honey and Peen-To varieties also two new varieties, Hybrids of
JAPAN FRUITS,OLIVES,PERSIMMONS and also a fine assortment PALMS,' OSES. Honey and Peen-To,named by Chinese King and Chinese Queen. The Chinese King
and OLE AND BBS. Plants by mail a specialty. ripens In May;''The'\ueen ripens three,weeks' later than Hone ._Our evening bearing orange

,Catalogue free to any address., .,sampla at the dried and cured Adriatic Fig will be. wiirglve. you ripe fruitthe'year: wand We' have the.genuine.. Washington. Navel, sent to us
tbrwarded direct from W&ahiagton.: discount litrge orders l .
to Big '
any one sending 10 cents in stamps,to pay for postage and packing.
Addresalill.lettersto F. KBEBIN, Proprietor, Fresno,CaL C. B. PEYTON, Manager,
Lake Beleo,YJzId.






\\ -- --- : 1,017BIDWELL'S
cPI 5,1887.3"' _. __. __TH ; .F'LRIDA", .IBPATCE.. ,
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IMPROVED: PE'Pie'HtES., CURRANT Largest-o>GrowerGRAPE h--

>.WELL'S'EARLY,BIDWELL'8-XATE; and No. 7 are round peaches, average size, Headquarters: :
ripening from May 10th to July 1st. hen Bidwell's IMPROVED PEEN-TO, Non, 1ft flat, In America.
b larger and thicker from stem to blossom than Its parent ,
I : EMPIRE STATE .and all others new and old;also Kaall fruits. Lowest -
In Not Excelled Peach Out. NIAqARA. "iy'M rtn S1_ prices,highest grading,warranted true.In every
Quality by any respect a.model and Sret'class establishment, Free Illua'd Catalogue., OED;S. JOSSELYB ftfDQMU, I. T.
.L with not a panicle,at any stage of ripening,of that bitter so objectionable in the Peen-lo. '" I' .. 1

Ripens These with are seedlings Bidwell's Early of the Peen-to,a decendant no doubt of that fruit,"found by Atchison THE GLEN. ST. MARY NURSERIES.A .
lot the Hazardarakht Ravine In Afghanistan' ; a form with different shape from that!'of ,
the almond,being'larger and flatter." 'The3hole: shrub resembles what one might consider large stock of home-grown trees, warranted'true to name, well grown and
a wild form of the peach,nearly eyergreen foliage." As J-am aware there are many
I spurious trees being offered, I would give:; a word of caution to the planter. MrJ*Bids eU in excellent. condition.. -
A has originated these'trees; our trees he.Jias' grown from buds cut' from his bearing trees, PEACHES and PLUMS:are soecialUes,In'both of which have all the leading varieties.
most'ot them by his own hand. Many of these are budded direct from bearing tees in my own orchards. Some of the prominent -
Address all letters for Information or trees,to me,as'on account, of. ill health he has' ghen'me ;' varieties peaches are PEEN-TO, HONEY, BID W ELL' EARLY, CLIMAX, PAL-
all business connected with the sale of his trees.. J LAS FLORIDA CRAWFORD, etc* Myshipments of peaches the past season amounted. to
I g City Office and Packing Grounds, :Main' :jtreet,"Or ando.' JAMES ITIOTT, nearly four hundred bushels. ,
... P. O. Box; 121, l'lal1dCFla.: The new ORIENTAL varieties of PLUMS are attracting great deal of attention,prom-
inent among these.is the,KB L'lEY,of which variety I had. the past season the enormous
\ 41"taJ)1CJ"te: : : :: N s rLes..r: number( four hundred'and seventy-star ((476)).-fruit on a single tnree-year-old tree. Trees
only two vears old bore specimens one-half%) ounces each. The OG AN
BOTANCHABOT, MASUU and LONG are also promising new varieties
f All the leading orange and lemon trees, Including the "Ev"), aring' ornnge. .Orangesexcr9 this oriental type of Plums. ,. w-
month In the year. Washington.Navel oranges a specialty Bidwell Peen-tP Pallas In PEARS: h ve a large stock of LECONTE KEIFFER, also several other choice
l A and Honey peach,.trees.' Kelsey,and otherJapatiplamsinciudingthatwonderfulnew; pleading Also, Apples on LeConte roots -
" the"Blood Plum of Satsuma,"and the"'Early Sweet lumNlag raEmplre State and varieties on LeConte roots.A .
varieties of foreign'grapes. 'The new fig Foundling," Pears, Persimmoi s; Figs,Mulberries full assortment of Japan Persimmons,Japan Medlars,Apricots, Figs, Quinces,Pecans,
, ;'Loquats,Guavas, Nut trees, eto The new Japanese seedless orange "Unshiu." a complete Walnuts Almonds, Grapes, Pomegranates, Mulberries and a choice lot of PIC110LINOLIVES.
't line of ornamental trees, including,; GrevlUeas. ;' Eucalyptus Acacia etc. Illustrated AISOi7OOO to 8 00)Orange snd.Lemon, trees, the latter of the Villa Francha variety.
. catalogue e. Address, ,11. L,. WHEAT LEY, Write, them. _
Altamonte,Orange County Fla employ, no agents but can 8upply.the trade with'round lots of certain varieties at, proper,
, prices., Catalogue free on application -
.Established.- 1856. 2OO Acres lit Fruit Nursery. O. I.. TAKER, Glen St. i lnry_ Fla.
The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees specially I adapted to Florida. is doubtless the MIIB i x aviii' FIRE
most varied:in'the United,States. Many valuable additions have lately been made to the POPULAR TOOLS at 1'ho the teat&trial in
lists of Fruits suited to sub-tropical sections.7, In addition to the usual large variety fruits has been either -, ... actual work Ba7thREMODruLED
we Offer 100.00> peen- To, Ilofiey and ffalluVPeach; glsoICetac 3 'NRutniiandotherOrlenta1PldmsOrlental Are THE BEST
..JapanPcrslmuioiiK, Cirnpo VinesMr- yet You will find
berry Plants etc. Our stock of Ro"ce".EvcrjnreciiM. Palm, Acuclas. and flowering Tn them '88
shrubs includes, everything value for Southern gardens.' A special CntaloRHc) (No! 4)) -7,are simple.more practical complete LA ogue with
u published for this branch of our establishment*andwill be :nailed free to all applicants. and strong) '
wCw rto not *tflT>'ov_ff ntti. F5mf Tour nwi 'ni d(root.ton and av+ td, 1'nrllmrw' 1't 110" n. than you can imag'' -_ __ gire oUhenewpolnts you a fair idea

inej over carefully.sdlook, the, ; .:'-_;..".. ='1' .-=-,.: .'..... .., .tana better money
"- $ -
--- iralaea
SOUTH FLORIDA GROWN HEW STILES.. HEW PRICES. 8.L. ALLEN ft CO.,Patentee ft SS n.,127-129 Catharia., i st.Philadelphia we, now offer.Pa.THE' .

a Citrus Fruits, Peaches in variety Pears Plums,Grapes,Figs,.Persimmons,Nuts Guavas,
Loquats, Olives, Pepplus,'Bananas, Pomegranates,etc PEERLESS FRUIT PICKER.Cuts .

Kelseys, Bidwells, Peen-tos, Oranges, L moos.i' stem close and conducts fruit to pickers bag. Operated from

Jaffa, Med. Sweet,Tardlff,lI gley's LateMajor; caWashington Navel,DuRoi. Mandarin, gronud or: ladder at any angle. Especially valuable for Tangerines.
Tangelrlne, Homosassa,Mag. Bonum, Bel air. Premium, Villa Francha, Sicily,etc. (Retail price$2.00)). The'"Trade"' supplied.

,I A. H. MANVILLE: & CO. k Pure Ground Bone,(with no vital'properties extracted nor acidula
i_Lakeland Polk County Fla., or Drayton Inland Pntnam County, Fla._
ted.) $32.00 per ton

Nurseries of the' Milwaukee Florida Orange Company i' 4 High GradeFish, Guano and Bone Super Phosphate, 133.0oper ton
Potash 48 to bO cent. Potash
Sulphate 'Per $32.00 per ton. Mnria ,8
I Dunedin Hillsborough County Florida. per cent.>48.00 per ton. F. O.B.,cars at Jacksonville.
',. ,
< Also, Geo.W.,Baker's celebrated Rotted Bone Manures, Ground Bone,
*I We make a specialty of the DISTINCTIVE varieties of CITRUS FRUIT TREES, including .
Double ImlXrla Riverside (buds personally selected in California by a member of our com- etc.,at manufacturer's rates.
pany) and Washington\ Navels, Maltese Blood, Hart's Tardlff, Jaffa, Du' Rot,Stark's Seed- AH grades,from$14.00 to$37.00 per.ton.
less;eta,etc. In Lemons we have Villa Franca, Sicily, Genoa,Belair Premium and Eureka. Terms cash and ten days to fill orders.
Also.Tahlti Limes, Peaches, Plums,White Adriatic Figs etc.,etc. Our stock is large,com- -
R. C. DU Fia.
plete,well rooted, thrifty and clean. Special terms on ,large orders. Catalogue free on 'appllcatton. INKER, Huntington' ,', ,
Address_A. L. DUNCAN Manager, Dunedin, Fla.


I want a few industrious, temperate married -
Of all the leading varieties budded on good n en,with families of children of scuool
and healthy sour stock 3 and years old, and age, 'o settle near me, so that we can have a
Peaches,|]?!ea ,, ifigrs, Plums: ,Kelsey. Plum and Other Fruits from five-eights to one and on -half inch In mall school.
diameter. Buds'l and 2 years old, and from To such,I will offer a few good settlements
.. Send for clrcdl r.'" Circular contains short history of peach culture In Florida,and hints two and a half to eight feet high. Good roots the p on the Allfla River, near Tampa
and straight stocks guaranteed.For Bay,one and one half hours'Bail from Tam

.. JAS. P. ,DePA JS Archer, Fla.
;,aa.topulture. prices address pa. Good land for fruit and vegetables;good
GEORGE DARLING'Drayton neighborhood and heal>hy. I am an old res-
'Inland, Fla. idhnt here,and can aIM give some valuable
-VILLA{ FR A'NCA NURSERIES.LEMONS ; \ I oJ information in regard to choice rives fronts,
PENVILLA NUR6.ERif. etc.,including the most ultable and pleasant
( location for a Sea Side Hotel and cottages on

good site for a sawmill; quick demand for
WOOD. all kinds, including the Bid en's Early lumber.
Information free. Bay of owners,and save
\ { r Peach and the finest stock of Kelsey Plums
; '. : 1qnoll1iz :W:1iI' and t i'owd r' ,Bellows.t heavy commissions. Will give good. references -
in the State. Also Rome choice one-year old if desired. Direct to

_,WANTED. .. DUNEDIN, L,;LA. Asparagus (collossal) crowns. If you wanttrees Peru GRANVILLE,Hlllsboroogh PLATT Co., Fla.P&troaizi .
jill, I I send for prices and save money.J. .
; : .E. Cole Prop-,
1 t' ,VALUABLE FOR FLORIDA AND THE Glen St.Mary, Baker Co.,, Fla.

: -;WtilmPOTUrPm apan.where our RtocK is carefully raised in our Nurseries, P Persimmon W,KITES ITOJtC, 1 I
!'ill Dtaznmothcbestnut:,TPlura,.Loquat, LJtcht, Kin-Kan'' and other Japanese and, Chinese Fruit' "How to Grow JLeConte Kelffer, Y.
> Trees:"Giant and'Dwarf Bamboos: Ornamental Tree Shrubs and'Bulbs.'
_We have purchased the Geo. F Sylvester Seed House,ar 315 Washington str fit! where we Bartlett, and Oilier Pears':'
{';,H/lll a1'I' native and!foreign ed bulb*. mdKlng peclally of-Japanese'ree;Flower, {
't "''"Vegetab e' rid''Field Seeds. Sehd fd?hew Illustrated Catalogue" .. *' A I in the South. Free.
H. H. BERGER do CO.,
815 and 317 Washington st, San Francisco, Cal.,P. O.box 1501. ,
1 Thomasvtlle, OaPOEt.

T. tr. :BbOK.: '
'j y SAL
; ; DJEALER IN: ,REAL: ESTATE.AND .. .. ..' ,. ,

,PROPRIETOR\OF At.ImmenseBargains.;

,60,(\ ))LeConte pear trees,on,two and three
BUENA VISTA NURSERIES.I years old,finest uursery. stock In America'and

for sale. Kind of Budded and T Trees; at lowest prices.:
,Severalthousand acres of land Every Orange emon ; 2uuu I'a in-.l Pecan trees." ost excellentvnrlrly
t, ; Persimmon Trees etc. for sale. Trees be carefully packed per
all kinds of Seedlings,Japan : will Kolb Gem Melon Seed, Hay :uwl
and :State... Bearing Lime Trees at 10 cents each. -
1 shipped to any part of the Corn,b\ 0. L.Ui-llvered.. Finest :'yiup made
t y: C&ER1HONTLAKE COUNTY,'FLORIDA.. evaporated by the barrel. '

J 1 I 1 own over 12,' : ::' in this county,and wish to se1l5.Oto( developthe

I INTERLACHEN NURSERIES, guaranteed balance.,with Perfect absolute safety security and:fair for a,profit part- c. :E3E.: : ar: E Et. S

ner with capita.,-and, demonstrate to! his
Eustis, Lake County Fla.. entire satisfaction that an Immense fortr.f-e Manntar'r, r.* Soap Pare Ground Bone aud
be reasonably expected. Write'for circular .. free Emulsion,
can BounKhe or) nf: Scrap"t
+ Offer for sale a stock'ot buddecJ.orange.trees of;all leading' ,varieties,including the containing prices of nursery s1o'-k'and < n'ivE1.i rx'jj: j fA. dL. land,and full par Iculara In ,frglH d triladvan- r.hh." *.'r.niaklrijr R ap Suds for" Trees
'", "'\ Budded en fronxbuds received this season,from,Riverside, Calf iBldwell,4Peen-to and tages of th's stc: Ian and my propoKllkm awl and'Ve.tables i fli'ei8('cean'Ht;.Jackson: ,
l I I r.f HontfXjPeachea.-Kelsey'and other J par Plums;"-,:All home gmwn.t.Besf native.. md foreign references. vile .Kla. P.O. Ifcix. $ ., Correspondence. so

grapes.including a large stock of BlackHamburg.'' White. Adrlat1cAAd.Othe11gs.. erslm- E. U. ,.BA. ...!'t.EY', ...'.Iouticcllo. -, Fa.| : licited. '
I monaetc. Price list free on application -iG.tr1RTOrt: UB""J!{ I




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'L' &ECEMBEK 5,1887
1,018 'r; THE FLORIDA tISPATCf.---

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CO in adapting them to the most successful growth of Vegetables, Oranges and : ,.'; ,..ca.:. _'.._: J.' 1','.,.,. .8- (1) IICC.Q 4 c
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( acknowledged the best scientific and practical; authorities, see the Mape )> c o G A OC i. m _11) o. -s*ooQ* \of A

pamphlet for 18S8)) afford the Florida Orange, Fruit and.; Vegetable growers. the ,,Q = 9; .as,9..,..... GO -.
: fnl1l8afe, rational and economical way of manuring. .. .' ggSgT jgQ.

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,D:: Their Guaranteed High' Standard Fully Iaintairied.. >i1f1611 ...Q....).. R ,o sfe"ssI ;: 0 :3:S '_ aa3
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((1887 and past years) how that the high guaram eed standard of the Mapes Corn- k q O Ja ... If 1 Sei _
plete and Special Crop Manuree (highest In the world) has been fully; mainUJned w ,c I). ep "w c.> _
; as
(!) i end.4 octal for new pamphlet l&i+,wblch gives analyses, guaranteed .. I' .. is I.--. 11). s "

: co"p08ltl,prices and all-desired information, V1Z,.;i..JI to ,get them,1w I Ito .-...-...'. r:= 0 ttI ..' ,,' *-... o g.aGJ-_ ... I
use them,etc., address ..:;r..3 r "- --- cp 'd l swra' .C:: ::: d1. )
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R. Tysen, & Co. (Our: Forwarding Agents), Jacksonville, = _CD_ r w === 4.6) Q) .o 8 0cJ.

Dr. G. W. Lancaster, DeL.aun, Fla. I G. D Clifford, Eustls, .Fla.Dr. = W rI) 0 -- E :r7: .
., .,J.N, .Bishop, Sanford, Fla. J J ct4: ..... .:) c to> d ..... .= eo '*. 2 -'
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t,. .: THE MAPES CO., 158 Front St.,New York. Ca 1IfIJ a _0. .0:2'0 kS CC J

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PREPARED FOR aJ'" P L3 ClS.c a a 1011) ujiI
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Tree. and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden -
Oranges Crops, 1. vmi g.s: ( c. Qi o reS


o'Vermin-Feeding( Compounds used in the Manufacture of these Goods t v h ?r' -- sr 0 .n--..r: CIt ,w...,

The highest grade goods are tne best and cheapest and these goods meet the want. Many >- >a' .; c.> .c: 0 at .8", a HJCL
years' tests find them to be all that Is References can be given,but it It 1-4 4W IJ c:: CIS
seedless where goods are BA well known. It can be truthfully said that these are the standard ,, =o9..... C\I umac tooam
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Cedar Key Division.No. CO
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> .4. No.t 6.$ No.5. No. 3. i1 eI
teraiwAY 9.50a 4 05 p.Ar Fernandina Lv..10 10 a 4.00 p I ZCI.I -a
2 47 pCallahan.1127 a I CD ..... 'CII <
6 SO a 280 p..Jacksonvtlle..1130 a 830 P (I.Q k

S&I 5 30 a 145 p?.......Baldwln..l2 30 p 10 00 p as P4I U M
p I MCo.IS 4 25 a,12 51 p........Highland........ 132 P 1050 P a .
4 08 a 12 3,p.......M..Lawtey....._.' 144 p 1110 p I L : .' : .{' _. -
8 43 a 1212 p..Starke........_. 216 p 1140 p
Suai.bUL11: :!(, bo14'.1f'b.\"J.' Oo'lUBEtt ts, 1361 3 05 a 1125 a.....Lv Waldo Ar.?. 2 60 p 12 15 a -
815 p 1125 a.,...Ar Waldo Lv...... 2 50 p 7 30 a ,,;
Standard Time 33 minutes slower than Jack
7 40 1100 a..Falrbanka. 310
p p 8 05 a '
sonville local. 7 00 p 10 80 a.Galnesvllle 35 p 10 30 a ORANGES!

5 35 p 9 55 a......Arredondo........ 3 5 4 p 1110 a I!
From To 4 30 p 9 15 a...._...Archer......_. 4 30 p 12 25 p
Read Leave 8 89 a.........Bronson....... 5 06 p ,
up. WEST. Read down. tf 15 a-Lv Cedar Key'Ar, 720 P -
No 10 No 2 Nol No 9 Tampa Division. Orange oar Growe
. 12m p 730 ArJacksonvUleLv.. 745 a 300 P
11 00 a 6 47 p...... ..Baldwin.....?.. 8 27 a 402 P NO. 4. No.8. No.7. No.3.
10 22 a .6 15 p.........Macclenny........ 8 43 a 4 31 p 9.50 a 4 05 p..Ar Fernandin Lv.10 10 a 4..65 p .
1016 a 6 20 p.N..Glen Bt Mary.... 8 53 a 4 37 p 247 p...... .CaUahan....._..1121 a, THE BEST FERTILIZER: ;
966 a 6 C5 p.MM.M8andersonM...... 9 09 a 455 p 6.30 a 2 30 p.....Jacksonville ._1130 a SOp
980 a ,5 4t p..........Olastee........... 9 30 a 519 p 5.80 a 143 p_.......Baldwin.......12 25 p 10 00 p
865a 5 18 p..... ..Lake City......... 9 56 a 6 15 p 8.05 a 12 05 p..........Waldo...._. 1 55 p 1215 a
818 a 451 p..N_.Welborn.102ia 666 P 1l.57 p 10 10 a............Ocala........... 3 52 p 8 20 a BRADLEY'S -:> ORANGE ,-:- TREE -:- FERTILIZER.
806 a '4'40 p..N._.Houston-.10 35 a 713 p 9 50 p 9 08 a..Lv Wildwood Ar 5 00 p 5 11 a
747 a 427p_..._'LiveOak.........1049a 730 P 485p 9 05 a. Ar Wildwood Lv.. 5 03) p 930a
668 a 4 00 p..._.--.Ellavllle....._.11 16 a 808 P 4 00 p 8 40 a......PanasofTkee..... 5 24 p 10 10 a PROMOTES THE MOST RAPID GROWTH OF WOOD-INSURES THE BEST QUALITY OP FRUIT.
618 a 3 31 p..Madlson..1148 a 848 P 280 P '- ......umterville_... -- 10 SOa This Fertilizer has stood the test of practical experiments,and given as good retulta for .,
5 41 a 8 04 p.N.....(ireenvilleN.......12 18 p 925 P 810 a.....St,Catherine-52 p the money Invested as any fertilizer in the world,no matter by whom made or how high the
520>a 247 p..N__Aucilla......._.I2 36 p 947 P 8 00 WithlacoocheeM. 6 03 p price. The best proof of this claim lies in the fact that,those who use it once will buy no other tI
.600 a 2 sa p ...... .DrUton..__...12 54 P 1009 p -- 7 37 a..Owensboro... 624 P thereafter. .
7 20 a...._Dade City__.... 6 40 --
5 25 a 8 00 P- .!'..MonUceUo..ar.. 120 p 10 85 p 600 a..Lv Plant City Ar. 8 00 p Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone Bradley's Fl hand \\f
4 85 a 205p .lv..Monticello..lv...12 25 p 9.30 p p Potash, Bradley's Bone and potash Sulphate of Potash, Kainlt, Cotton-See:'- '

:5 00 a 283 p..._.,..DriftonN12 64 p 10 09 p Jacksonville ttntncn.Limited. Meal,Canada Hard-Wood Ashes,and all other fertilizing materials and chemicals.

4 82 a 2 IS p..._ .L10Td........._. 132pl035p145pl049p Limited.550pS55p9SOa..FernandlnaM..710a <
415 a 145 p..........ChalresM....._. 1105 a 4 55 D Fertilizer of Boston Mass.
8 40 119 Tallahassee2 .._... 213 1150 525 p --917 a..Hart's Road..782 a- 52S P Bradley Company
a p P 'P 50Sp -----845 .......Duval.......756a ,
85 a 12 48 p..........Mid way......_. 2 41 P 12 40 a '00 p 2 p800a..JackBonTllle..880al215p840p-558p:
150 a 12 21 p__....Quincy_.._ 309 P 160 a
12 65 a 1164 a......Mt.Pleasant..._ S 8S P 230a St.Marks Branch. GEORGE E. WILSON State I fO
12 01 a 1125 a.Lv River Junction AT 4 05 p 8 80 a Agent,
1215 p m ...._Tallahassee Lv..._ 8 80 a m .
1157 a m ...__...........Bella1r........._.... 8 43 a m WEST BAT STREET, - JACKSONVILLE
SOUTH. 10 58 a m ....._..W M1..,akulla......_....N 9 40 a m
MAIN !,mE. 10 80 a m _.......Lv St.Marks Ar.N...... 10 05 a m THE LAND DEPARTMENT
No.4. No.8. No..7. No..8.

9.50 a 4 05 p-Ar Fernandina Lr.1010 a 4.55 p ("a"means a.m.time."p"means p.m.time.)
247 p..Callahan..1127 a St. Marks' Branch trains run Tuesday --oFTIIHFLORID .
630a 280p_...Jackaonvitle..1180 a 880p Thursday and Saturday only.
"580a 14Sp.._..... Baldwin _.._.1225 P 1000 P Leaving time in given In every case except
425a 110 p.Htghl&nd..J251 p 1050p where arriving time is named. : i-l-SOMHvMffAYvWffl: : : (
"OJ a 101 p......?,Xawtey,....._""101 P 1110 P Trains 1 and 2,5 and 6,7 and 8,9 and 10,and
848& 1245 pNN .....Btarke_..._...181 P 1140 P trains on Jacksonville Branch: run dally.
305 a 12.05 p..N..Waldo..N..155 p.1215 a Trains 8 and daily except Sunday HAS BEEN MOVED FROM PALATKA TO JACKSONVILLE. .:!'
22'1 a 1144 a.._Cam pvilla __ 211)P 12 50 a Trains 1 and 2 have Pullman) Palace Sleep
2111 a 1131 a._.Hawthorne..... 2 26 pliO a I ing Can between River Junction and New The offices are now located
113 a 1104 a.._..... Citra__ 255 P 2O2 a i. Orleans. .. "
-.10:23? a._...Bilver Spring_. S 86 p Trains and 4 have through Pullman Reclining IN THE HUBBARD BUILDING
1157 p 1010a..._ Ocala N..MN 862p 820a Chair and Sleeping Cars to and from ,
1105 p 9 43 a........BeUevlew_._ 422 P 408 a Orlando. '
1018 p 918 a...,.......yfordm....._.. 445p 451 a For maps, rates,etc., apply to Company's Where communications will be directed. "tf
960p 9 08 a... .Wlldwood_.. 500 P 511 a Agents,or write to _. "
855p 8 40 a....., .Leesburg...._. 528 p 557 a A. O. HAODONELL, L. O. GARRETT Com. of Land and "
8&S p 8 30 aM.MMM Eldorado..._,6 41.P 615a : Gen.P Mas.&Ticket genU ,. : ... : Immigration.
800 p. 815 a_...... avalea...._.. 600 P 640 a I D.E.MAXWELL,Gen. *. ,', ;,,
esop:: 6 55 a.....Lv Orlando AT. 728p 815& .' ,J'' SJaoksonvilleF1a J:.W.WEEKSj Asst. f K'T''i'lL. -: ," i4




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Jacksonville and New York, let class $21.00)(); Intermediate 18.00; Fzcnrsion $12.00;

Steerage 1200. .
t. Jacksonville and'Boston,lit class$35.00; Excursion$43. 0;Steerage 512. ?.
XKK. Rat Steamships' of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:
TALLAHASSEE.! .(Capt Either....,......,..................'..Tut slay,November 1 6:00: p.nr I ,STRONGEST AND EASIEST RE6UUTEI.#
0 CHATTAHOOCHEE Capt. Daggett,.,..,....:..._._....,..._.Friday,November7:30a.: m
rA000CHEE.Cajt.gempton ..........._...:..... Sun day,November 6- fcOOa.m ALL WORKING PARTS
ETY AUGUSTA CapLcatharlne..... .: ..__ .. ,.T8eed8Yliovember8-11OOa.:
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!="Thsher;,...;.*::..*..:;.::..';'..:::.."...?.Frlday.November 112:00 p inMATr'AH00uHE .. Made: of MALLEABLE..WON.,
C&PL.Daggett..Sunday: ,November' 4:00 p.m
HAOOOCHEE CftptrKeapfem_......._.__w......_ .Taesd*. ,November 15-fcSO p.m CATALOGV$ FREE. ADD ..
CITY OF AUGUSTA Ca pt.Cat harhe..__.?.?......-..,.:... .Friday.November 18-&00 a.mTAILAHASSE '
Capt. WUbwr. ...........:.,.................8unday.Noyember 20- *.*?**-*a.m
I O CHATTAHOOCHkE' ,Oapt..I..eU..P.,.......*.....,....T e day.NoYember &-l1:30 Be mWAE. CHEAPEST.SPRINGFIELD MACHINE :Ct.
.Capu gem toga. .""."."'."".".".':,'''''.'''.-Friday,November 25.:- fcOO: p.m
CITY OF AUGUSTA,Cpf. OMIJariBe.1......... ..... .. Sunday,November 27-3oO p.m : J._.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Flber...._.4......,.................Tuesday,November 29 4:80 p.m ELDJ. OHIO. : ..
CATS CITY.Capt.Tay ior. .....0.,.,..,..........,..Thursday.: .November 8-7.-00 p.m ESTABLISHED 1876. ':. ;" .,
CITY OPMAc6NCapt.H.aLewl, -.._...-.-....,,...._...Thtrsday. November 10-.1:00 p m '
RATE CITY, Capt. E.'B. T8Ylor.........__.-.,............ Thnrsday,November 17-7:00 p.m "
GITY,OF MACON Capt, Lewis........_..!...:.............:?.Thursday,November 24. l.-OO p.m GRAIN 1 GARDEN SEED?
FOB PHILADELPHIA.These ., 1'. >. ,
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[ Steamer do not carry P encen.f
'BffiBOUO, Capt N.F. Howes...'......_....:...................._ .Tuesday, November 1-.&90 p.m :.
r OUNIATA, Capt.AtklnB...._......._............... ...........___.Sunday.November 6.- &3Q a.m I ,-, ::.;:
Capt.Bowetl...................''t.H................-t"Frlday.November 11- 130 p.m "
JUNIATA,Capt. A lu...._._...:...:...................._..Wednesday, November 18-&00 p.m -W-XLL.X.a.1\iJ: : .4.. BOURS'
JDHSSOUQ; oapt. N.F. Howes..._..._...._...__.....Monday. November 21-10K0! a.mDKS8OUG .. .
,' JUNIATA Capt. AKlns ., : _..................Saturday,Novt'mber26SOO.p., .- m (Successor to J. E. Hart,) p..
'THESE PALMERS; 20 West Bay Street JaclCNonvllle, Fla. f '

d Ooanectlng with the Savannah Florida.and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) handle none. but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent.free on
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers ,equalled: by no other line. application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In.
ThroughJ kets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North East and Northwest
Tla 9avarat11. For information and rooms apply to ,Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat
i HENFtY YONQE, Agoat 0. G. ANDERSON, Agent,
Pier1' Ifo.85,North iiver.New York. City Exchange Building Savannah Ga.
W, L.JA?FS Agent, 13 B.;T111rdStreetrhUadelphla.f. .. .
J. D. HABHAGEN. EalltemAgent, Sav.,Florida&'Western Ry.Co. 261 Broadway Y. STATE AGENT FOR : .
"3.H.SORREL'Gen.Manager. H. R. CHRISTIAN. Soliciting Agent. '
f r For Tickets apply to 8.. -,'F.-&,. W.Railway office. ,. .............--_. I I. E. Tygert & Co. Star Brand Fertilizers.

'. 11 .eeri.xx :&I ;E-Hu..1.... d-r-.Rrs '_ Gnaranteed, Analyei8.
M1 \...... 'J;
'. '.. marketing the Increasing mWJOD8 ... .' Comprising ORANGE : TREE and VEGETABLE
tambly weeks or dletributed thronghont the be beet -
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'-"' Prices on application. _____._______, July 27.f
: :".Oranges,wrapped or unwrapped,taken from an ordinarily packed box and repacked: In the .
,. same,with our jtllerl,by a little(Child.; Use only ESTABLISHED 1875.

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FUlert cujjusted to It for all tizes. : .
,, 96-'200- 176- 150 .
and 250 '

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Waycross: R. R. Wharf > Waycross R. R. Depot
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. Jacksonville Fla. Gainesville". Fla.
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''' Filler Manufactured by :. I have in Stock and to arrive -. -., .P.**'.." :""* ,

.JENEINS, KcGUIEE & CO. 250,000.Banyoe, Orange Boxes, 50,000 Gum and Poplar ,Orange,.

} ,, PRICE per ItoO< -atsorted Azet-with colored diagram and Instructions how to pack-812J50. Boxes. 200,000, Orange Box Heads, 750,000 .OrangeBox .
Boxes with layers requite fillers and those with layers require 10.
If flats and sections be ordered of red,:white and blue paper 1 cent per boxextra., Hoops, 50,000 Reams Orange Wraps.,.. .
Discounts on large lots. Let cash accompany order through your commieeioExpress merchant 'i'I' ,
,Exchange or Postal Note.Order Sixers Tram Cars,Orange Clips,Ladders,and other.growers' supplies all of width. *ill
fruit in"The Ripe Fruit Carrier." be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES.' .
Have the very best facilities for the distribution and sale of Oranges. Consignment*
RIpe Peaches and in it the Sea.
Tom&toelsafely transported across liclted. Send for Stencils.Circulars and Price Lists. :


Stiiyplieci in Car Lots. -. ,"
SHES ".. .
BA.KK331-.8. ,
: Has for sale choice Groves and Wild Lands. A11OW1111te1"ed
': Lots! Orange on deposits.Cof-
; f. Cheapest Fertilizer in Use.. lecta Rents and Interest,Negotiate*Loans,eta _
.'.: Direct shipments. Guaranteed analysis. Price and Pamphlet free. Address J. C. GREELEY President L. DWell ROSMER Treasurer.

I CHAS. STEVENS, Box 437, Nap neet Ont., Canada.

-" t. Member Mercantile. EDWIN lniri .. Curbing and Chimney Flues
CO. soon
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: Cheaper and Better than Brick.FOUNDATIONBLOCKS.
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I" Ornamental Cheap,and Strong. No skilled labor required.

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1 All receipts sold and accounted for by.ach'steamer* Write tor Stencil: '... L._ ST0PIE AJlB PIPE COMPANY, .

,. B terence'Y;." : Irvine National Bank,;New York. A H"; : .:"". '..,-..,.','..->. .'1: .O oe6i "Wear Bay Street... .' ',,'.,,. .Jaakaoavflle. ..<." -,.".,Fla. .

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LANDS Cheapest and beet Well Force Pnmp- Will.never NewYorkOharIeston&F1orifaSTEAMSHIP
Freeze. For introduction:in Jour locality will name
Beaten Price for Single Pam State depthof ,', H ..
well We' alo manufacture the latest Improved :,
HUNTING DOGS outfit for HprnylnK Fruit Tree and Cotton ', LINE.
Fleld. ..
.> either 11, Hand or K0rs. rowers Catalogue ;

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this Line to sail
The elegant Steamers are. appointed
CaREl to Core. From .Jacksonville .
fA.' .J, ADAM] : S 'Any one who wants to never falls us theiraddresa follows \ ": '.
and we will mail trial bottla Every Tlmrsclay, as :

41 MAKATKR,FLA., i1.TAFT. BBOS., Rochester,'N. Y. FREE. Steamer SEMINOLE.,.;...,...... ..., ......,........ .... .' ... November 3d,3:00 a.m
Notary Public and Justice of the Peace. j -' .. CHEROKEE ..'.'.?.,...,:..;...;..........:...........Thursday, November 10th, 11:00a.m .
A WEEK and upwa1'O'positively secured BEMINOLE ..:;......'... "*....'..........,:........Thursday, November 17th,. 500a. m
Has for sale one thousand acres of choice 125 bymenagents selling nr.Seott'ysGene.IneleetricReltSuspensoretaand_ CHEROKEE ..................................... Thursday,November,11:00..III t

laud on Manatee river,in sight of Manatee br ladles elllng Dr.Scott's Eleetrlt"Coneca. Sam- From Fernaadlna, Fla.,
Ellenton and Palmetto and Ple free., State aex. DL Scott M8 Broadway Y,
is Bralodeutown.manufacturers' agent for Wire Fencing; Every Sunday afternoon'after arrival of F. R. &N Go's 2:45 train, J

Poultry Netting, Lime, Cement, Fertilizers., Z..J Gun Revit '
and plantation: ,Cracked Corn and vmg-Jacfcsoaville as follows: d t

fUoe Pro ulated Lime,Bock and"hell. Cat Xo sa + tast Steamer YEMASSEE.-....*.....*.......................Sunday, November tth '
tie, ,and Poultry' !feed: ground to order in !l.H tlaWrktittt. .. CITY OF COLUMBIA .. !*....Sunday November IStfc
"steam mill on premises. I ; 1brlAd. YEMABSEE.w... ....._...........................Sunday November 2Hh. i
.. Has also breeding kennels' of acclimated' CITY OF COLUMBIA...............Sunday,November 2TOi
Laveraok and Irish Betters, Irish Bull Ter FOR
Hers.. slow trail .Bloodhounds and Colorado SIGN
Qfctofa<>r,Tl er Dogs(,for wild hogs,bear and I MAKE A CENTAGENTS Steamers appointed: to sail from Pier 29. E.B.,New,York,shiiis'for' and V&L- {
,tramps). DAY,at 3 p.m. Tuesdays' ships for*Fernandina and Fridays' Jacksdnrille.
The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Linear")uneorpassed. Every attention
OUR POULTRY YARDS Worth Twenty-fve Cents., will been business entrusted to this Line Direct all shipments from New York, Tin
are weilretocjcfMl.wltti,:freshly".imported maid CLYDE'S LINE, Pier 28},East.River. ,
birds,which are Mated" carefully selected For'further information'appfeft to _
;feeaaof row. raising,.each vrrietybetng 'WAITED. Samples'Free J. A. STEAD,Agent, F. Ml.iROS MONGER,JR.,Q. F.P.. A., J.A. LESLIE,Agent,
allotted to separate enclosures in a forty-acre' Fernandina,'Fla. Jacksonville, 1"la. 88 w. Bay 8L,'Jacksonville,Fla t
orange giwe' :F KS carefully.... packed' .in--b&--. .... THEO. G. EGER,Traffic.Manager, WM. P. CLTBE & CO., Gea. Agents, ;r: -
kets at following prides J. W.STOAKES, MILA1'6: ;0 35 Broadway,N. Y. 12 South.Wharves,Philadelphia_ Pa.85 Broadway. ,N.Y.
'. Pit Games '"" -" n r"r "J- -11 1rf II..LTJIITITJ.J .V W V H .MVBWV V H !BaaaM B H M W MiMH r T- !
White Leghorns (Knap ) M -
Heathwoods), Plymouth Rocks (Hawkins), NIATT'S' AUTOMATIC FRUIT SIYEAv.
Game Katams(Shoaldlngs), Light Brahmas COLLECTION BULBS SENT '
(WUllams/), Rouen. .and Muscovy..,Ducks,$1.00 SPLENDID OF ,
and Cuban Games Silver Bearded EXPRESS PAID FOR FIVE DOLLARS. I
and Crested Polish, W.F.Black Spanish,buff I .
Cochins.Golden Laced Beabrights and Imperial .
White Pekin Duckf SL50 per thirteen. v. .Choice Bulbs* Direct from Holland I.-Fine Condition At usual Kate,
MW.hite.Urested Black Polands Boudans
1 'wyaodoltes( (Preatons), Lao gs hans (Crouds), Awarded the First Premium at the South Florida are Worth Houble the Money,'Besides) Expressage. Sent, Express. BoneysBrown Leghorns,"00 per thirteen., Exposition. Send for description and price to the to any Southern: Express Office in Florida. '::.R...
Bronze and Seminole Turkeys, 83.00()() per Patentee.THOMAS HIATT' lesbnrar.Fin.MUNSON'S -: ,{)..-AI.

nine.Booted. WhIte Cuban Carrier" Pigeons,$1.50 24 Named n.acIH'&Ia..all different I 24 Named. Tulips. In 15 Varieties'

per pair.. .. ,
MillS I 12 fluxed; Hyacinths. I 12 Mixed'Tulip*. ., .- .. .. ;i. "

.1 GRINDING .', "
Fftn. *
Poultry. {.c-
FOBCORN 48 Planted Crocus, assorted 6 Named Narcissus, .4 8ortsj..j-,

flIONCKIEF POULTRY YARDS, & FEED 60 Mixed Crocus. 3 Mixed Narcissus.

A'. O. Box 381, ..Jaek. vllle, Fla .

'W. W.. FENDRICH, I GRINDINGTheBESTonEARTH 14. Snoirdrops, 3 Scillas, 3 Ranunculus, 2 Anemones. Total 201 H9ulbe' ; *

"White and Brown Leghorns, Light Brab "
mass Plymouth Rocks, Lang hans" Wyan- t Beady November 15th.! This offer is made only till December 15th.

dotter. and'Pekln Ducks. Until further" notice FulfFlouring Mill Outfits i All Bulbs then remaining unsold will be planted in myown grounds.
,will furnish Eggs from the above varl- .
ties at SI.60 per thirteen, three nettings for -
( $4M sties at Exnr4llit offloe. i,;, Send Circulars. Address CAMELLIA I JAPONICA Camellias are hardy In all parts of Florida.
DISPATCH. choice named Varieties from
imported Belgium
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----- --- ; two feet high many with flower beds. Only ONE f DOLLAR each,

Box 816. UTICA,H'-V. six for $5, twelve for $10, ALL DIFFERENT and all named A rare
Teachers! 2aers
Flavors Beautiful chance. .Order early. Only 4O plants in stock. Also .a few Azalea In*

New Up.- diva, ready to bloom. SI and &2 each.
Should now select and purchase Music Books right Piano, Rose
for heir uo and pleasure during the ensuing wood Case
Full fetid Winter. I
Oliver DIUon & Co, Issue SHEET MUSIC New Organs only If you live in South Florida why not plant an -
in such Immense quantities that it is perfectly 60. Greatest Bargains ,
impossible to advertise It. All new publications :
are faithfully and I intelligently described Ever Otrered.EstabU.bed AVENUE OF ROYAL PALMS' >
in their interesting and valuable years. ,
HO'NTIILY MUSICAL) RECOIC1), For Catalogues,address .. '
: (ll.oo per yearj-whlch every o"e needs. Gem Piano and Co
f' Look Out foritbe imprint of Oliver Dltson Oran For Sale: 150 Royal Palms, two feet, pot grown; 75 oents.ea.oh ;
&1'0.,on the music you purchase. They do Washington,N.3..V.8.A. $7.50 doz for $50. t.r;
one hundred
,f not care to publish anything but the best ,per ; ,, r
music, and their name is a guarantee of Ohas. M. Davidson & Go.
me.rit. EF" Freight or expressage must be paid by PURCHASER.on everything

.'-' .....: Scud for Lists,Catalogues aud Descriptions No.231 East Trade sU, Charlotte, N. C. : except Bulbs, as offered above. =1: '
of wir Mttsio or Music Book wanted. ,

WHOLESALE FRUITERS, Terms : Oash with order. Send registered letters to Oviedo, or

t New And Popular Books., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. money orders, Sanford.. _

Plantation and Jubilee Soiijjs. Shipments of Florida Fruits solicited. '
T. L. MEAD Oviedo Florida.
Newest and Best collection. 80 cts. Special attention paid to the sale of oranges. '

I l', Emnuuel. sales and returns. Pal ette Nnrserlcs Lake Charm, Fla i-. ; .
Oratorio, by; Trowbrldge. $1.00, Quick prompt . ...
,y.f tf.OO per'dor.. New. An American torio. Stencils sent on application. : '" ."...
Juhovali's Praise. church Music Book. References Commercial National Bank, ,. .
l' ,";.00,p9.00 per doz. Emerson's newest and Merchants and Farmers' National Bank, R. T. YOUITG,.Justice the,Peace. F. M. coo .a,,Notary Public.

Wm.Johnston. ..
boat ... : --
United: Voices. For Common Schools, 18.000 .4..ore : :
50 cts. W.-89 per doz. Just out. Charming Of the best quality of heavy oak,hickory and cabbage hammock,baring miles'of river ant
tktuool Song Collection. I.RAIE.PIANOFORTES. bay fronts and beat waterprotectlon In Florida. Especially .'
Any Book Mailed For Retail Price. adapted to Florida fruits and Teg table.. <1

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OLIVER HITSON & CO., ...'en., :s" 0- I -.- ,;
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8ST Broadway. ,Ne York. 1It' UNEQUALLED; ago g-g O
4 w 55Sfll :
YOUNG "spa!
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FURDKY'S, THe, Toatfe, WtrbluRip.IIr IIIy.r. 4 2.0 _0h
omo 0.
Richards'. WILLIAM.KKABE.fc CO. ..C 8 :: 'g.s c = !-[ i.. ...M"C i'or:2CI
; G U N S800'l"T'8. '., : > 00:1: po
t '.. and all Baltimore,22-'and 24 East Baltimore Street. ati|S::! !o.aReal: 8te Agents, 1 ts 'i g '
't :, breech-. New York,112 Fifth:Avenue. .!!22 f lt .21... y-...,.",,4t..-'*.,>- .,,<%-'f.... go... !3,ts_c+IQ I
loading Double Guns, Washington,817 Market Space.A -iji .I: ..- '. vn> I GQ.
:{ S1O up to 8300 E1:; Palmetto, Manatee Co., Fla. !H ,_Icgc R
'I., If ow in stock a lot of Second-Hand Gens To introduce our 0. f ::t'.. ;:s
some of highest grade. Bargains! which G ran PwGitt f wonderful Self- 0 .-1 I I,2.f
will soon be taken up. Send six cents In Operating Machine we c will po. ..,
'stamps for:; Unstrated catalogue and second- GIVE ONE awa in every town. ,.,Best Town. property improved and unimproved :",,
;:'%aadust. Cut this out, Sure.* in the World. No labor or rubbing., in all the towns on the Manatee Biver.:.Beautiful river'and _>-.1'00-
I 4 'W.KEA..D & SONS, SEND FOR ONE to the > bay front ;Pwe salt water. Orstars,fish and,clami.. Lovely building siteson '
slay Washington St., Boston, Mass National Co., 23 Day: St.'N.,Y.. '. mainland and d&YachUnc. unsurpassed. Correspondence solioitsd.
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