The Florida dispatch

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The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title:
Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Florida Dispatch Line
Creation Date:
January 25, 1886
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Agriculture -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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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).

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New: Series; 'Vol. 5No. 4. Published by CHAS. W DACOSTA, Jacksonville, Pla. Price. 5 cents .
f Monday, January 25, 1886. ESTABLISHED 1869. $2.00 per Year in advance ; postage free. .
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our 'nursery stock,was,uninjured; it'is inspect ,our lands, and orange groves 'are, still shipping, but the,fruit is fast* ..,v

as fresh as before the cold. Come and and,you, will be thoroughly convinced, losing its flavor and can bring but. .'

see for yourself. D. that we have the climate and health, little in market.
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and no danger from cold or foot _rot My thermometer was unfortunately

THE LATE, ;COLD, WEATHER. The Frost Line a Myth. to our,orange trees. For particulars? ,' ,not- ., at hand. ,The lowest.... report of ,., .,

.f,; The Weather, at Eustis. .Editor :;Florida, Dispatch. fjI-'l, :,'4 address',.'<..{...' "' MBWV -A J* i", which, I have. heard is 20'. In the .. ::,'v' ."-"":''j 1 I,

.. EUSTIS, FL'A.; Jan 16. 1886. At the present writirig'insfuhcertamthe ;;' > F.",C. M.: Boocn ss. level: country south and west of here, .' I

Editors Florida Dispatch' ,damage ,done to guavas, limes and 'Fort Ogden"" ,1 Fla., ,January, ,,15, 1886. the thermometer, reported to have :'
lemons. The banana is the _. a
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stood at 15 and small
We hope to save'most of our trees, some orange
ground"and all, vegetables are, killed., Frost in the "Hill Country." '
but it is too early to report as to that trees are injured. tAt
yet: I In 1868, 1876 and 1884 the cold at LAKELAND, FLA., ,Jan. 21, 1886.(> Drayton Island in Putnam:

this point was as severe as on the 18th Editor Florida Dispatch :
the stood at 18 but
Amohg'scenic plants the damage isgrea county, mercury ,
of this month and in 1868 it Sufficient time has since
Such hardy palms 'as coco ; was more elapsed, no mature wood was injured on the,
severe. .. Millions of fish were, killed. the recent cold, to determine the dam- trees in Lem-.
even nurser
flexitosa, Latania borbonica, corypha orange ):
On the 10th, fish were,numbed but did age to trees and plants. ,Here in ,the ,,however cut less.
australis, and chamcsrops excelsa, being ons, were more or
not die in large quantities.As "Hill country" of ,Polk ,we
either 'killed outright' 'or greatly in: county, At my grove on the:J. T. & K. W.

: jured. On' the other hand, cocoa aus- I to sweet oranges, some young have mangoes just beginning to bear, K. R., six miles from Drayton Island, .
trees are singed but the old trees are trees of standing
tralis and campestris, 'Pli' nix dactyli- guava many years 'the thermometer indicated 16 and ,
not injured in the least. I only,speakfor and pine-apples avocado .
fera',arid ''Canariensis, Chamcerops humili8 > many pear the young orange trees are cut to the
:and I Sabal' Bfackburniana escape this locality as to damage done, anonas: and other strictly tropical ground.We .

entirely.. 'Yours truly, and we can boast, if not below the frost fruits-all these have been cut to the notice that sweet seedlings (in: i
t line that this section) is free from in- doubt killed out-
THEODORE''L. MEAD. ground, some, no nursery) are injured more than sour., ;I
1 1 .i jurious cold to orange trees and there right. Bananas are generally cut to M. 1

Effect( of the Frost in the Halifax is seldom sufficient cold to injure gu- the ground, though in some warm locations '

;j' Country. ava trees,and they are nearly as tenderas a portion of the stem survives. Frost On the Lower St. Johns. .

-' the castor bean which is only killedto Limes, the most tender of citrus fruits, Our observing and acute young
DAYTONA, FLA., January 18. the ground '; in general cultivation, are pretty well friend, Major F. C. Sawyer, of Beau-

Editor Florida Dispatch : On high land the cold was not so severe used up. Lemons are cut back severely clerc, twelve miles above Jacksonville,'

During the, late cold weather-January as on low land. in most places, though few are sends us the following:

11th, 12th and ,13th, 1886-the Oranges are not so bright and not killed to the ground. Bearing orange BEAUCLERC, Fla., Jan. 17, 1886.

thermometer went down to 20 above as good flavor,'and more likely to be trees are not. injured, 'and will lose Editor Florida Dispatch :

zero in the Halifax region, but owingto injured on low than on high land or very few, and in many instances none The "Freeze" is no doubt bad, and

the,hammock protection afforded by lands that are well drained. And of their leaves. Mature wood even on has done an immense amount of dam-

the, dense hammocks in that section, there is,,not a grove in Manatee countyin small (orange) trees is not injured ; in age to the entire State. We have

where the natural groves are: found, high, well-drained land that has mal nursery, on our place, only about half 1,000 or 1,200 boxes of oranges stillon l,

and where ,most of the groves are de gopia, or foot rot. The only sure the trees will lose their leaves. Our the trees which were frozen solid. ,

planted,,but few of the groves were injured remedy for foot rot is to remove your Cattley (red) guavas are cut to the We had shipped only about 400 or,

,to any great extent.. Where orange trees to high, well-drained: land ground, but strange to say, the Chinese less; seventy-five boxes in the packing-

well;protected, the trees,show no signs, and no application will prevent it but : ((yellow Cuttley) guavas growing house. Papa thinks none of the trees
of the late freeze ; the trees will nut removal, to well-drained land. It is near them are uninjured. Is this a are hurt; none appear to be, here in

drop their leaves, and will doubtless claimed by many of our up country a freak simply, or are the latter tho this grove, though some people i in 1

.. have a heavier;' crop of oranges the neighbors that Manatee county is noth- hardier of the two? the neighborhood have a few which,

coming..year: than tho pa ,t< Much. o f ing but a frog-l>oud ; pleuae l come and Oranges* were of course frozen, ,Man. y they think. are "gone ,up," .
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"Jl .ltese-Blood" budded'trees, Florida. Much of this dream can be, now persons wishing to settle have to
on the Point; seem to be all right, although and is, realized ,, but how pay these fabulous prices. This scheme ( JJ
some of them taste bud. On much morejbeautifulj: could we makeour worked off*so well that all the United
the whole they are much better than city and our homes were we to States lands in the Lake Region have Reasons for Leaving the Farm.I .
the reetrand will do to ship, though 'try. Jacksonville could be made as been selected by the State (in last December noticed an article in the News of
they are frozen just the same. The lovely and world-renowned as Damascus ) as swamp and overflowed Nov. 28, headed "Leaving,the,Farm."
"brights" are "cooked,"-"boiled" as and as famous; for its elegance and lands. The men who took that oath I am over sixty years old, and have
it were. tasteful architecture as the minarets of swallowed aj;, large one. The hills)] I followed farming most of my life ;" consequently -
The Russets stand it better than the Samarcand., Florida. .. Herr, ,id. around these lakes in townships 34 I have had a, large experience -
brights.Mr. The Norris Grove- at ,Spring- Gar- and 35 are as high as the hills around I on the farm. There are 'many
Bowden here lost 1,000 boxesor den, Florida.A Tallahassee, and have never been over- reasons why farmers are anxious' to
more; Meyers, 150; Mrs. Flynn, 75; Northern lady, who has lately flowed since the old man Noah de- leave the farm and try'other pursuits!
Batchelder, 200; Cronin, 100 or more; visited the fine grove of Major Norris, scended from the ark. Persons have The most urgent reason is that at ,the
J. A. Plummer, 75 or 100; ,Masters at Spring Garden, Fla., writes the settled upon and improved these landsas 'present returns on old land it does not
about the same, and other parties losta Editor::: United States lands. Many of them pay. The land in old farming districts -
few; not over 50 boxes apiece, I "The Norris grove is a perfect wonder are poor men, and not able to spend is worn out. And, under, the
suppose. ]Mr. Crane, at Mandarin, I It seems like something you money in contesting, the State's claims.It present system and management of
hear, lost 1,000 or 2,000}jboxes.and. have read of-weird and wild ; with we judge from precedent, these farming, the land gets poorer each
other parties there more or less. Therewas patches of almost impenetrable jungle lands -will be -in the hands- of monopolists year, instead of' better. When the
a big loss there. We got off here and there, in the midst of the as soon as they are patented.t Why land was new and fresh, the farmer
about 150 or 175 boxes during the finest orange grove I have ever seen. i not sell them at public sale, and let,all could put in his' seed almost any,-way
freeze which were, frozen., We have The trees are now loaded with fruit, have an equal chance ?, And why and secure afair, crop. The, land cost
held up since, and intend to for awhile bright and, yellow. Trees very little should they not be subject to the but little, and! often the first.crop paid
The.,Port Royal" carried down one affected by the cold, but fruit much Homestead Act passed by the Legislature for land and clearing. And in a few
day nearly 1,600 boxes and 125 barrels damaged. Still, the energetic pro- for all actual settlers to buy eightyacres years the farmer found his' l land had
l from' her route one trip. The prietor is busy shipping-- through the of- land for twenty-five cents an risen in value so that with his improve-
next day, I ,think she' beat t that, or Florida Fruit Exchange, and gets acre? ments ,he considered independent,
came very near it. The trees in all about $1.50 per box. We drove What is every one's business is gen although not one in fifty owned a bank
the )groves here look as if there had miles, as seemed' through the grove, erally no one's business, and this,writer account.. -His wants.. were ;few and
been a big fire'around 'them. roads 'winding' and out, 'in J labyrin- does not propose to ,be the champion, easily'satisfied. But the 'next" generation -
We hope everything will come out thian 'fashion, 'so that one might easily but ,to sit tamely by and, see these finds- a different. state of affairs.
0. K.., and what's'more, expect it. lose his' way. Cannot give an adequate frauds that not only deprive the yeo- Although a son may inherit a good
The river Was frozen to the 'sandbar description. Will try to tell'you men of the country from securing a farm and plenty of capital: to work his
; caught a trout' 1! feet long nearly when we meet. H." I home, but retard the settlement and land, he:finds;it willnot: produce as it j
frozen in the shallow''water under the ...- *- development of this sunny land. Some had,done. It requires more outlay'to
wharf! Sunday.The, 'ticle was'very The' Public Lands. one'should'' write'it up, and have the carryon his farming, and still the?.returns -
]low! The sand-bar was high and dry.I FORT OGDEN, FLA.January 5. matter investigated there are many are,not satisfactory., .His; crops I
walked over one-qu' rte'r1of' a mile Editor Florida Dispatch: that''wish to know how this'fraud is fail oftener, and some ,unlocked for
on ,it, dry footed. Friday it rained i What has become of the public perpetrated. event turns up and at his yearly set
during the morning, then :in the after- :lands? But a short time since there, Nineteen-twentieths of the,lands in tlement he" finds, he has run,behind,
noon began 'to' blow from the northwest was'in Manatee county thousands of' townships 34 and 35, range 29, are his, accounts, and he must, borrow
; ''and ,to 'fr ,ze. Saturday' morning ,':acres of United, States' ''lands,, someoffered high, rolling lands-the finest orange money to pay up his overdue bills. ,The
the thermometer was 26-not an and '''unoffered, and only subject lands in the State-and have never economy of farming ,he, ,has, ,never
orange''frozen 'or a ''tree hurt the least to entry 'Dy homestead pre-emp-- been overflowed since the advent of learned, and, consequently, he does not
bit( : 'Sunday" .. i't'st\ d 20-oranges ''tion. The l lands that were subject to Noah ,from the ark; The Drainage know how to remedy the trouble, and
solid. 'Monday, ''22; Tuesday, 20 !be selected l by 'the''State as swamp and Company might 'turn the St. Johns he keeps on in,his old way of farmingand ,
again; Wednesday, 24. 'These are' overflowed lands had long 'since been river into Okeechobee'and then these i trying, by entrenchments ,and, ,
lowest points touched, and our !thermometer ':selected and patented to the State. As high hills 'would not, be overflowed, pinching, to make, ends meet., ,Aftera
was in 'the most exposed soon 'as transportation was' on the 'eve' place. It 'had frill'!b n- fit of the wind; :of being opened up 'all the United I, Manatee county stand ready to verify along,, he is: compelled to give it up
It was freezing constantly from Friday :States" l lands, 'or all' that were worth I the'facts as stated. and leave the farm and try some other
evening l late .till Thursday' noon in,the anything, were selected as swamp and Yours truly; occupation. 'In( (other instances, ealth\ "
shade.'" ,f Ice, was, 'from l'. to 'li, inches. :overflowed lands. By nature this F. C. M; BOGGESS. may be the cause., His constitution !
thick.: We had skating on, the ponds 'county was growing higher and get- .'. .. may not be strong, enough" to.stand. the
and on:' ,the' ;, river.- I made 'a boxsleigh :ting better drained ; flat sloughs, thata The Biggest Live Oak I labor To''be 'a successful farmer it
with barrel-stave- runners and : few years since could be rode over Speaking a'' big live oak, on the requires more hours of close application :
took baby sleigh-rifting. at any place, are now'deep creeks, and' land of Mr. William T. Kelly, which'' 'to business than does' most 'any
1'Yours, for warm' and pleasant 'gullies that are swimming during the measured''thiriy-three ''feet in circumference other occupation. A farmer < rises I

weather.. again, F. C. 'SAWYER. 'rainy season, and they, of course, Mr. George P. ''Herndon, of earlier and works later than, any' 'other I'
1.1'' '< ... .. -.-,-, 'drained the country.. On Pine ''Island, Leesburg, writing to'the Tim 8- Union, laborer, and his success'depends uponhis
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"tU' Beautiful ''Florida I I ;in Charlotte Harbor, in townships 44 says that'tree is not' the largest of its close and steady application to
.... *' ,When the snow covers the hills and and 45" the lands are high 'pine, with 'kind in the country, and'adds : "Thereis business. :A farmer 'gets' less pay: for
mountains of the North, ''and the 'treesar some black-jack ridges and scrubs.}) one in the Panasoffkee orange grove, ,work actually performed than anY'''
leafless, and vegetation is wrapt in'' This is now all selected by the State, ''in this county, 'two and one-half miles other laborer. Take the clerk ;in the
its' winter repose, the tourist dreams of and 'now belong to land speculators, from Wildwood, that measures thirty- different departments, he works from I
: a' land of ''flowers-of gardens filled and held at $25 an acre. How this five 'feet and ten inches, four feet above :8 a. m., to 4'p. m. The farmer works I
with. perfume; visions lovely homes was accomplished is an enigma, and the ground, being two feet and ten from sun to sun and does'from 'four 'to :
; ,II embowered in drooping vines, while no one will rise to explain. It is rumored inches larger than Mr. Kelly's. Photographs 'six hours more work in the twenty-
;: the golden? orange shows itself in the that these'land speculators give have been made of it, and I four than the clerk,, and gets'but: half i
midst'of its emerald setting, fill his' unprincipled men 'a bonus to swear will send you one at an early day to 'the', 'pay a, clerk gets, in most departments -
mind; and draw him like a magnet to that'they were overflowed lands and I grace your office# '' and thejclerk! is' 'able "to,'dresa

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better and has more of what''' he calls starving our land, must cease, or substitute for gravel. This can be tablishment will net its brave owner

ttiti pleasure of life than the Hard sooner or later there will be a faminein supplied by breaking up old crockery, $750 or $1,000 this season: This is
worked farmer boy. Almost] all farm the land. The Northern States fresh bones, oyster and clam shells. better than competing with a Chinaman

ers raise their' sons and daughters to have made grain a ]leading crop, and The bones should be cut up without in a hot kitchen over burning ba-
know: how to 'work. This is right and this has been raised year after'year on' burning to produce the best results. con and cabbage. It is better than to

proper. But''here, as a general thing, the same ground and sold off from, the Burned bones powder very easily and struggle with the needle for a fashion-
the"obligation of most farmers to their farm, and the soil robbed of all its vir mixed with other food are most ex- : able living in a field already overfull,
children 'cease. With a common'school : tue. In the Southern States cotton is cellent for fowls either old or young. I and it is a thousand times better than

education, and at maturity a few,acres the principle crop, and like the farmerof The supply should be constant and idleness in shabby gentility. What
of,land or 'a few hundred dollars]] in ,the Northern States, has impover abundant. The refuse of sound vegetables this energetic young lady is doing,

money; and oftener nothing, the children ished his soil by a constant crop- as cabbage, celery and potatoes, thousands of others can do. A begin-
start out in life for 'themselves, ping system. Before the war large 'if cut up fine, will be relished and ning can be made in a small way, and
prepared I and 'fitted' for nothing. They plantations were owned by individuals form a large part of their regular food. additions can be made to buildings and

become common laborers, nothingmore. and cropped to cotton until the soil Decayed and unsound vegetables] are inclosures as the profits will pay for

.. They have been 'worked hard was nearly exhausted, and in some worthless for any purpose and shouldbe them. A little energy, enterprise and
from infancy, and are worn out at the sections thrown out to the commons. buried out of sight and smell. Fowlsare courage, is the principal capital ,required -
commencement'of' life for themselves. Now this land in the best portions is often so nearly starved that they for a start. With industry suc-

They 'have lived 'fa life ''that has had tilled by free negroes, and in some instances will eat fruit and other food in a state cess will result.Advantages .
but few attractions and comforts, and quite successfully, but in most' of partial decay. There is nothing .
are-desirous of finding 'some other occupation -' instances it1 hardly pays expenses. gained by it, but on ,the contrary it of Pure-bred Poultry.
than' the farm' That is'why ,These lands may be redeemed, and if often produces disease and death. The advantages of pure- redpoultry
many'young men', that were 'raised on' small areas''' are taken and fertilized'' The best grain food for fowls is are like the advantages of pure-bred

the'farm are"so ready 'to leave it for and sown to grass and then 'stocked wheat! For laying or growing, fowlsit cattle. People now begin to try to
other occupations. With different with cattle'and :sheep and all the pro: is worth double the }price of corn." ascertain what is the beat laying hen. .
better ; Wheat do well and Some people care, more for eggs th nhey'
management surroundings duce fed out on the ground to produce'manur screanings very
, the farmer would learn 'love I still do, for poultry for market. If,
young to for fertilizing, and beef: pork' are generally very cheap, a large
the life of ''a ,farmer. With better and mutton for profit, in a few years part is wasted. Oats, barley, ''buckwheat by using across, with pure-bred- ,poultry l

farming"and ''l less land,'and with' time we would see'a'prosperou sand flourishing ; millet and sun-flower seeds;'are on the common fowl, or by crossing' .
for'study and .recreation;' farmers' sons country where scarcely anything: all i good but rye and corn'are hard 'to the Leghorn upon,the Asiatic, better
,:k' r # : ari'd' ( would, be : still is: used the laying fowl can be produced, that is
. daughters more contented is produced at1 present. But' to 'do'this digest ; more corn' by
,:f>'r I Butl the'farmer1'says he* can 1 'we' must first have capital and mass of people than all other grains certainly taking a step in,, the right

;: 3: not'afford' the',time"and expense, I for it that capital must be furnished by the combined. It produces l heat' and is direction. A great many people have

":\:: takes all''his time'and'-savings to pay different counties, the State making very poor egg food. Cracking helps tried. that cross j and found.. that''it, is' .
'i-, :': ', top( : 'his' debts and taxes,. and''' in i l lf 'such 'regulations l 'and'laws, as are needed I it; 'so does cooking, either roasting or better,!and produces' better stock than

f{.., : many'''instancesi it''is 'so. :And'rrother' : and such appropriations 'as are boiling, but if boiled it must not1 ''be the old-fashioned fowl-the farmyardfowl
<" :: i cases g''ike'farmer'commences l life_'poor necessary.' The counties 'and State' allowed to ''become ;sour. Whatever or the dung-hill fowl, as we,term

::'; and :has learned or 'got'into''' the habitof ,would: be the gainers' in the end.- grain is 'given should not,bethrown on it.
!", ', saving1' and hoarding up until 'the Florida Farmer, in Savannah News. the ground to be picked up at once, Then, again, as to the size of the
feels',.it.:a'waste to afford the family any J I,some dry 'pla e'(under shel- ,poultry, 'it is of great; importance'to
comforts and luxuries.' He has no 'ter if possible), and rake it into the : raise chickens that will grow rapidly,
\ '' : ''sand. This will them and that we can get the utmost weightat
carriage1 to 'go to church 'in; no carpetsfor ( give exercise
"'the'floor' no pleasant1' and com' 'and help them, at, home. If some of the a certain age. If, by using purebred -
should ,it will} ,be poultry on the, common stock,
fortablefurniture; no' books. picturesor r grain sprout soughtfor :
papers, and nothing''with 'which to Poultry Topics. more,than before. N. K. G. you can.. improve, > in that direction I'i, and,
.. the chickens have and
make home pleasant and comfortable -- ----- more vitality,
No. 1. < / :you can raise a larger chicken in four
and attractive.. The coarsest, food isplaced Right Kind of Girl-
>/upon:; his 'table. Any departure ,The care and attention given to The p Maysville (Cal i.) Appeal says :' :;months than In the old way, then! you;

:from this rule,would be considered poultry should be very thorough. No .During ''a recent, trip, through] Cal- ,[have taken a .step in the right direct
So it is and I think i it shouldbe
waste. Who II can ,blame ,the young :matter how fine the'stock ''may be, if it'' 'ifornia ,this summer,'we stopped'at a ,;tion., i
: folks I for 'wanting to get :away, from I is''neglected' disappointment will surely ''neat farm house where rthere was ev- :[! my privatedesire and ambition for?

:; :F": such la place, and again,, there ,is not follow. At this :season of the year :ery comfort and, .luxury of a home. us, who are engaged in raising .purebred -
I ',n t:ta one farmer's son in, five hundred who! especially, their wants are rarely well .Among the members of the''family was '; poultry, to better the- poultry I of"
:1:'\ 'of the whole while
;<\,:' J',I gets a ,college education) The farmer: supplied. Many 'owners simply throw'a 'a daughter 18 or 19 years old. In the country we (are
1;' : ; cannot afford :it;,or at least he thinks little corn on the ground every ,morning we were 'invited, to see the: :'raising them for our own advantage.

:i. ;! he can't''and probably in most instances morning and wonder why their hens :work in which the young lady was, en-, Philander..- -Williams.. ... ,--

.";;t }d: 4',1: ) he, I cannot. How is this evil to be do,,not lay. As corn is very poor egg 'gaged. We found a complete and Speaking of the bicycle,''i in the New
3jj.= 4 i'remedied i' ,? Let the State ,authorities food, it would be a greater wonder if successful fowl raising establishment.A York Observer, Rev. G. F. Humphreys

take:the matter,in ,hand 'and !make a they did lay. number of small inclosures with a 'says: "As a means of exercise i it calls
1 reform ,in, ,our agricultural:; laws and :Under the above heading, we propose capacity of 40 fowls 'leach, had been every mnscle and nerve into alert and
I establish ,an,agricultural bureau, erect ,to give from time to time, some made. There was a little house in the healthful activity. It is without fatigueas
suitable buildings I for, schools and, directions which will prove of' much centre of each inclosure. The 'whole compared with horseback riding.

enact laws:to raise funds to establish value to those who follow, them-beginning cost of the ,inclosures and houses'could] It ''is safer, gentler and less monoto
schools and compel the attendance) of with some points usually not have been more than $200. With, nous. It''' is 'Jess] expense ''and care'; .
I ascertain/ number,of scholars in each neglected.We this investment she was raising 1,000 there is no danger." 1
countyand start farming on a paying ,will suppose that our readers ,chickens, and a perfect swarm of ducks ---rGenius ----
is a gift of God, and should,
basis, for if knowledge is needed any- are ,householders and keep fowls for and turkeys, all in perfect health.A .
not cause pride, but an honest pursuitof
where;it on the ifarm. their own use. ,First, it will be our breeder of fancy fowls had sent
duties is an exhibition of,will-power,
,Farming as,at: present'' .managed ,by purpose' to get them in good order for out 200 of his choice' 'chickens to be '
and is something to be proud of. Well-
majority ,of ,the farmers pays but business, and also how to keept hem fit reared, for which this young lady is to directed, educated willpower is whata
poorly. We must raise i more grass to kill and, dress at.any time. receive $1.50 upeicc, or $300. Without -' young man needs Cape Ann Ad ,/
and keep more stock. The old system Here in the South they need some unforseen 'accidents this little es vertieer ..- I'I'H'E I
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S. THE i., had in daily use the precious china and sit and read or work, ,while the wife much as the :women I had read of.

.". ._ _, h' the old chairs that her envious city of the,present day must keep in order My experience is that most mothers
The Home-Maker. niece vainly tried to rival kitchen, dining-room and parlor., The must give,all their.energies to perform
she the book cluband and in the olden time the duties of the
A single man may have an estate"a rooms ; manages, I I boys girls went maternal relation,
he hole] church sociable ; she is the confidante barefoot all summer, and what a and to secure that culture of them-,
principality; can own a great
and fill it with guests ; but he cannot I of aH} love ,affairs ; she calls upon the saving of stocking-mending that was! selves which will best fit them for the,
create a home without a woman to new comers, worthy-indeed, the Only simple dishes were brought on faithful, discharge of ,such duties. So
hell.\ 'him, and that, too, a woman new comers, if worthy, bring letters, the table, and but few in number, doing, they may be,able,to, look: back, ,
\se'ser\l'ice' is not for mjney.Vhen' her.. To the older inhabitants of the :. while now there must be variety and ,upon the years of ,maternity with :'
it corned to it home, there is not,a sol ,town she always seems young and even elaborateness in the service of meals. pleasure devoid of pain. Mothers of
itary dressmaker 'in' the laud, en- elegant ; she has a prolonged traditionof There were three months' schooling in many little,children are too apt to be
sconced' her little room with her geranium precedence that outlasts youth and winter and as many in summer, and conscious of their burdens and cares, i
her canary and her sewing beauty!.; if she has a sister they are he rest of the year the, children and imagine ,they will never end. But''
machine, who' cannot completely ,spoken of. to the end of their days as helped at home. Now they must be almost before they, know it the babies
eclipse him, this being the result, not '"the ,Parker girls." All this is the kept at school continuously nine or ten are,grown and, gone-the world has,
of'his sins, but of his sex. joint result of womanhood which cre-, months, in the year, and dressed "as, taken them:!and,, the mothers ,can ,sit
Undoubtedly each reader will think, ate* home. It is not only potent for. well]] as anybody," or they are un in their ,empty houses, no ,children's
itself, but it extends its overall hands them in disorder
or try to think., of some exception toall potency .happy.In now to put, ; ,
thiS-some single man who is happy I' other homes. What, compared to fact, never were there greater with ample ,leisure to read, ,to,write, to
,,some''"joUy bachelor;" some "cheerful this, is the social l position given by demands made upon the women of our do any of the many things ,they,once
l widower." ,No doubt there are wealth to the lonely old bachelor of country than to-day. They ,inherit longed to,do. How gladly,now would
those who can be happy, especially the country village? Though he be'a their full,share of the ,American rest all,such once coveted delights, ,be ex-: j:I'
.' during the first half of life, withoutthe millionaire, he is simply "the old lessness and ambition, which, prompts changed for ,the kiss of baby lips, the.
sense of home. A, with his wealth bach.' them to exert all their energies in patter, of ,little feet and: the, sight ,of
and his paintings, and 'his yachts and The truth is that as people grow order to place themselves and their the dear heads,safe on their, pillows.It .
his delightful monologue;, B, with his :older'it' is the man who becomes ,dependent children upon a higher round of the is the habit of some "so-called re-, ;
perpetual journeyings ;, C, with his o} and the woman the ,central social ladder. A ,knowledge of housekeeping formers' speak with contempt,of the
six dogs, and,our late Cambridge pro- and,essential figure of the household, and needlework, with quite a maternal function as if it were be-
fessor, with that family of hens which since she .cannot do without him and slight acquaintance, with the three neath the dignity of a woman of the,
he tended like a herdsman: with a long :ho cannot: do without her. The proofof "R's" constituted the accomplishmentswith present advanced, age., To the effortto .
staff;and which he trained to take food this lies in the,fact;, that we see all all ,the college learning of her stifle nature and, escape woman's
from stakes stuck in the ground instead ,around,us ,self-sufficing and contented brothers, as well as to take such part highest work much of the unhealth-.
of scratching in the,flower beds ;households 'of women, while a house in temperance, religious and benevo- fulnesa and, restlessness of women,rand,
---all these may doubtless have found ,that contains men only is a barrack, lent work as the women of a. past gen- the, unhappiness families. .due.
a bachelor life not inconsistent with :not a home. In youth it is easy to,,ignore eration,would have looked upon with I. I have written a,much. longer letter
happiness; but where after all, is the ,,tosay; with Shakespeare in Hen- horror. All this is a much greater than,I intended, but I should be glad
home? ,Neither yachts,, nor pictures, ry V : strain upon the nervous system than if I could impress upon the' minds of
I 'Tis ever common were the heavier household tasks of young mothers the,,wisdom,of,enjoying
nor, steamer ticket, nor dogs, nor hens, That men are merriest when away from home,
can supply that. ""Home," says the ,but the merriment is shallow, the our, mothers and grandmothers upon their children when they are ,.little,
is forced and and illness theirs. The sewing 'machine only and of so fulfilling their duties ,that
proverb, "is where the heart is, but laugh years
if so no man seems to have heart and sorrow soon bring him back, a re creates a demand for greater variety retrospection in after years ,will bring;
enough to fit out a home without a pentant prodigal, to' his home and to and more elaborate garments.The unmingled joy and atisfac on.-S. ,B.!<
woman. to help him. A woman. can woman, the only home-maker.-Har- question ,for the future to decide 8., in N.. Y. Tribune.,
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do it for herself; there lies her advan- per's Bazar. is not whether woman is capable
tage.' .. ..-.......:..., I of entering: so-called wider fields of True American Hospitality. j

It, may be harder 'for a woman to HOME DUTIES AND- ENJOYMENTS. i usefulness, but whether: in ,so doing I Foreigners say ,American women;, I,
make money; undoubtedly' is harder Woman's Ambitions and Limitations she may not sacrifice a greater bond I entertain well. They do when they
''She makes a, dollar, perhaps, -Danger of Attemptingtoo for a loss Mrs. Stanton may possess entertain according to 'their native
where a man makes twenty; but when Much, &c. strength sufficient to fulfill all the customs, but when they' serve roast!
i it, comes to purchasing power'her dollar "In I the pressure-toward higher life duties of maternity and, of a public beef with' Yorkshire ''pudding to'an
goes ''farthest' toward the maintenance for. women there is danger of runningto career at the same time, but very few Englishman and marcaroni ,to'an
of' a' home. So long'as she retains extremes. It is far more difficultto 0 women have that ability. Italian they make a, mistake. An.
it she is strong and' self respect- avoid, overtaxing the brain, and .' Always a student, I began my mar American meal. should be served in''
by the effort to keep with
and if she 'with it temper up ried life full of enthusiasm American both dishes 0 and
ing, parts so strongis the numberless' new devices for household to advanceas style, as to
the, 'instinct of ,home that"she can adornment'' and mental culture rapidly intellectually as if I enjoyedall ceremony. We have' food fit for.the
sometimes. reconstruct', .it for, herself than in the old days it was to avoid the leisure of single life. The gods''among our native viands, and it
i 1 even, in a boarding- house. If the physical exhaustion from, overwork.:.' effort to do this with a rapidly increasing needs only the tact of a truly American
!} home, is combined with a little freedom A comparison 'is, often drawn be- family, small means, and the housewife in'serving it to I make,it
I in the use of money,it gives more tween the mothers of the past and conflicting, claims of society, robbed very enjoyable. ,Just ihere we recall
t, comfort and more local prestige, than present'generation, to the great disad- the first ten years of my married life to'mind a ceremonious, dinner ,given I
i a lone man can win by a fortune vantage of the latter. The weary of much of the happiness I might by a society lady last season, ,where ,
\ri; What would be the social condition of wife who is straining every nerve to have enjoyed with my children,' keptme everything ,was English, you know, ;
; any country village in our Atlantic prove herself a real helpmeet to her in a constant state of worry, and and the amount foreign stiffness and
x States without a 'first-class maiden husband, is sometimes wounded by her prevented, me from being as much ofa etiquette so' all-pervading that the very .
t l lady? She is the daughter of "old lord's reference to the greater efficiencyof help to my husband as I might have gravy seemed to, be chilled with cold
squire" somebody, or of "parson" his mother. She perhaps wore a been. I never allowed myself a moment ceremony, and the hearts'of the'gues*:
somebody else ; she lives in the great dress so simple in its construction thatit of rest, hardly necessary sleep. grew stony as the leaden,hours draggedon
house with its elms,and its white lilacs could easily be made in one day. All my efforts failed to keep me up to and the awe-inspiring footmen I
and its.breezy hall ; she has a maid or She had the one family room to keep the standard I had set for myself, andI showed no signs of relenting, but still :
, S two who have lived with her no lungS in order: where meals were prepared wiu constantly dejected and unhappy kept their victims pegging away at I
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those foreign dishes; and then we re- milk are all used. A little sugar can SOUP STOCK.Put a beef bone know their names even; it simply

member a little supper given by a be added to the milk, but it will be a weighing three pounds into three speaks of them as old So's boys.

charming hostess in one of the suburbs, doubtful improvement. quarts of water and set on to boil. Nobody likes them; the great busy

where were had broiled chicken, MOLASSES CANDY.-Put in a sauce- Cut up small a pound of lean ham or world doesn't, know that they are there.

American style, hot bread, ditto pan one pint of molasses, half a pint of bacon, fry brown, then add the liquor So,find out what to, be and,, .do, and .

steaming'coffee, ditto raw fried pota- sugar, butter the size of a small egg, from the bones; cover up the kettle take off your, coat and. make 'a;duet,in

toes, ditto etc., and a plenty- of lively and one tablespoonful of glycerine and : and simmer'five hours, strain througha the world. The, busier you are the

conversation and a jolly good time boil for twenty minutes. When the I hair sieve and set by till cold; remove less harm you will be apt to get into,

generally. Thinking of these two : mixture is thick try a few drops in a the fat and it will be ready for any the sweeter will be your sleep, the

feasts, looking upon this picture and i cup of cold water. If the drops retain soup that may be required. brighter happier, will be your, hol-

then upon that, we vote for American their form the candy is nearly done; A BREAKFAST DISH.-Mix half a idays, and the better satisfied will be

; customs forever. 'Dinners of ceremony try a few drops more; if they are'brit pound of cracker crumbs with an the world ,with you.-Burdette.. .

I are a rock ahead which every lady tle take off the saucepan immediately, equal quantity of finely-minced lean .-- -
The ,Soil as a Filter.
should "sheer off" from, as Captain and stir in half a teaspoonful of cream boiled ham; moisten this mixture witha

i Cuttle would say, unless she is very of tartar, and pour the mixture into little stock or water and butter, The conclusions from experimentsmade
by the National Board of Healthof
sure of. her bearings. It takes a buttered pans. When it is cool enough adding salt to taste. Put the mixtures '

genius to give a' dinner, and the only pull until it is as white as desired. Be in a baking dish, make depressions in i New'. -York-,-and conducted- -'by' Raphael -

safety for persons with 'but moderate careful not to boil it too much. Alwaystry it the size of an egg and break- an egg Pumpelly, corroborate the opinion -

resources at their command lies in- the candy at the end of twenty in each hollow. Bake a delicate brownin o(every sanitarian in this,country,
that though natural soil excellent
11 o'clock breakfasts, 1 o'clock'lunch- minutes. If flavor is wished, pour the a good oven.
filter for air that
eons, 5 o'clock teas, and 10 o'clock vanilla or lemon, or any other essence A LIGHT TEA CAKE.-One of impure may pass
cup through it, ,it is a filter for infected -
I poor
auppers-always American style. desired the before it cools.
on candy sugar, two eggs, half a cup of melted
._- water. The experimenters,say :
RECIPES. ,MOCK ROAST.. -Take a, round of butter, one and a quarter cups of milk, "From these ,results it appears that

I I beef (cost from fifteen to twentyfivecents two teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar sand interposes absolutely no barrier

'I I II I SPONGE CAKE.-Three cupfuls su- ) and sprinkle salt and pepper on and one teaspoonful of soda. Add between, wells and the, bacterial infection

(gar, three 'cupfuls flour, six eggs, one it, after which roll it up and wind flour enough to make a stiff bat'ter.Bake from cesspools, cemeteries, etc.,

cupful cold water, a little salt, and two enough twine or coarse thread aroundt twenty minutes in a good oven. lying even at great distances in the

heaping teaspoonfuls baking powder, to keep ,it.shape. Put a lump of SWEET MILK GEMS.Beat one egg, lower :wet stratum of sand. And it

,sifted in the flour. Beat the eggs (not butter or beef fat in a hot stewpan well, add a pint of new milk, a little appears probable that a dry,gravel, or

separating the whites from the yolks); with oneor two sliced onions. When salt and graham flour until it :will possibly a dry, very coarse sand interposes -

add the sugar, ,mixing it well with the the onions turn brown put in the meat, drop off the spoon' nicely. Have I no barrier to the free entrance

eggs; ,add, half the water, then, the and turn from side to side until it has ready your gem pans, well greased into houses built upon them of these

sifted flour, the rest'of the water, and changed color, then pour on enough and heated. Bake in a quick oven organisms, which swarm in the,groundair
flavoring to suit the taste. cold water to cover, but not to drown. and send to table hot. around leaky drains," etc., Other

:Much of the success of sponge cake When the water boils down add a lit- WHEAT MUFFINS.-Mix one pint
depends upon the oven. Put the cake tle hot water, and thicken and season milk, two eggs, three tablespoons yeast, will take up infectious germs from

in, tins'on,bottom ofa moderate oven, the gravy to, the taste. If put on to a little salt, with flour enough to water that is disturbed.
and increase the heat gradually. By cook soon after breakfast, it will meltin make a stiff batter; let it rise four or -. .

the time,the cake has risen to its greatest your mouth by dinner time. five hours and bake in muffin rings ina The People Getting Richer.
hot oven about ten minutes. The census returns show that 'the
. height,the dough will be sufficient'ly PANCAKES.-One pint milk, two
' ," baked on the bottom to admit ,of its eggs, one tablespoonful sugar, one FINGER MARKs.-Finger marks people of Florida are getting'richervery '
i ,.: be removed from varnished furniture rapidly. During five:years; since
:< being placed on the grating. Bake cupful flour, one teaspoonful may '
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"' ,0'' the census of 1880,the population has
until a, broomcorn can be run into it baking powder, one cupful] by the use of a little sweet I oil
increased at the rate of about 13,000'year
without sticking; bake either in patty- cream, one pinch salt. Sift flour, upon a soft rag. Patient rubbing with a
or from 269493; to'334,146, while
pans or long, deep tins. salt and powder together, add to it chloroform will remove paint from
black silk or any other material. the value of property has increased
To the experienced these minute eggs beaten with sugar and diluted '
details of baking may seem absurd, ,with milk and cream, mix, into thin say
For "Our Boys." in round numbers. Thus twice ''the
but, the young'and inexperienced batter; have a small, round frying.panmelt
Remember, my son, you have to values represented by the ''population
appreciate 'them.BREAKFAST butter in it, pour, about half a
work. Whether you handle a pick or in '1880 are represented now by'a,pop-
,ROLLS.-One. quart,of cupful batter in it, turn pan round pen, a wheelbarrow or a set of books, ulation increased less than one-sixth ;

flour, into which a little ,salt and, two that batter may cover the pan, put on digging ditches or editing a paper, and averaging the property'per capita
hot fire turn it,and brown other side
,teaspoonfuls baking powder have been ; ; ringing an auction bell or writing makes each individual of to-day worth

sifted, half a tablespoonful each of :butter butter each and roll it up. Sprinklewith funny things, you must work. If you nearly twice as' much as he I was five

and. lard, one pint milk. Rub together ; powdered sugar. look around, you will see the men years ago. These figures are even

the butter, lard and,flour, then : GINGER POUND CAKE.Three who are most able to live the rest of more satisfactory than those showingthe

,add the,milk. After thoroughly mixing i pounds flour, one pound butter, their days without' work are the men quite satisfactory increase of popu-

put the dough on a._ board, roll it one pint molasses, one and one- who work the hardest. Don't be lation. There are a good many'more

out about half an inch thick, and cut fourth pounds sugar, one dozen eggs, i iI afraid of killing yourself with over- of us, and we are much richer-Flo-

with a floured tumbler. Double each two teaspoonsful cream tartar, one of I work. It is beyond your power to do ridian.
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in hot fifteen i-
:cake, and bake a oven soda, one-half cup ground ginger. that on the sunny side of thirty. Theydie Professor Charles, Foster Smith, of
minutes. Cream butter and froth eggs lightly, sometimes, but its because they
Vanderbilt has inter-
University, an
"'ESCALLOPED SWEET. POTATOES. i to yolk of eggs add sugar, then butter quit work at 6 p. m. and don't get esting in a late number of The, Current -
Slice cold boiled sweet potatoes and : and molasses, alternately add flour home until 2 a. m. It's the interval
on the use and,misuse of the terms
place them in a buttered pie-plate, and white of eggs; having put cream that kills my ,son. The work gives "gentleman" and "lady," maintainingthat

seasoning with a little salt and pepper. tartar in flour, finally pour cup boil you an appetite for your meals, it the words "man" and ""woman"

Melt one-third of a cupful of butter ing water to dissolve soda, and add it; lends solidity to your slumbers, it are in danger of dropping out of ,the

'into a cupful of rich milk, and sprinklesome give it a final beating and bake at gives you a perfect and grateful l ap- common vocabulary.A .
of it over the potatoes. 'Have once in a moderate oven. Cream in- preciation of a holiday. There are .. .

,,0 the oven hot, and look at the potatoes stead of milk is a great improvement, young men who do not work, but the good life does not silence calumny. ,, ,
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I rable.: The red\Yool of the, ,Santa: and too little practice, the ,effect,pf out, of whose ,,households the great

( . &&JI I Cruz, Mountains;furnishes heJ best ties, which, is :to create an idea. ,among men of the, country< emerge.; (Industrial -

_. it being much:.heavier aud! denser ,than: scholars that the work.. .of the hands. 'is, schools.teach' the lesson ,most ,impOrtant .
Durability of,Cross-Tie Timber. ,when grown further north, 'The average degrading., Complaints came to, him: to J the rising generation;.J':the :, : "

': In an' investigation of this'subject! ; costjof, redwood ties; is ,40(..cents, while Governor ,from all ,the, large dignity ,of,labor, and they should. Jbe ', .

made by Mr. ,F. B. Hough for the' Department The total length ,of railway track ,in manufacturing centers,of.New Jersey fostered: \ by the State Legislatures\ ,and
of Agriculture, some inter the United: States is approximated .at I that it was difficult; ,to get t.ralned'wo.rk. I the charity 'of the cpmmunity.r-

; estingfacts are brought out. The 'relative -; ::150QOOmiles.j] Assuming that, the average from Americans. "The longer I I live," Memphis Appeal ,. .

:importance of the various kinds! durability: ties is seven,years,, said the, General, "The more ,I ,am .. _
of timber''for :railway purposes are reported and the distance apart, is three feet,' satisfied that in this and. in other'countries Industrial?,Educ i9n. '

in .the following order : 'Oaks there will l be .2,640. to the mile, whichis nothing is more important thanwelltrainedlabor ,The Rev. ,Alfred, Bushnell, ,Genesep,
rather under than the actual and that in teach- Ills. in a l letter to'TJie:
pines, chestnut, hemlock, cedars, tamarack over. ,. ; ,Advancepoints;
cypress, elms, ash, cherry, black'; number ,employed, making ,the,.total ing, our young'men ;there is no 'degre- out with force that. since society is pyramidal ; -
walnut, firs, spruce, beech locust reds number infuse: 396,000,000. .Estimating ? cOffeenutmuIJ seventh be replaced industrial -the "high culture" of the,,few does
:,. wood, maple, butternut, one- every ,pursuits. Judge ,
berry,and mesquite. The average durability "'\ = year, the ,annual demand to keep up McGill said that;Et there] were .256 ,ap- not elevate the, many, who ,must live:

of oak, as reported in 32 ca-j the present railways: w.illreach 66,571- prentices, in ,JerseyCity: who were go- by manual.labor, ,the one resourceopen
sea, is 7.4 years, while ,the average I 428.Supposing' : that an acre ing put to makeja; living, ,and there to them. "As 'well," he, says, "paint,,

,price of each, cross tie is 41.2' cents i 100, ties,,,which,isa, liberal estimate, were 300 or, 400 pupils, in the high and shingle house,, whose: rotten,sills

The kind of oak is not specified. For,; it will,'require 565,714a9.IeS: annuallyto school whose future. was, by no means ,and posts are sinking ,into the .cellar."
white oak the average durability in' furnish' the ties, required by the existing as certain., From": every city ,in the ,The practical training for which;, he

162 reported cases is 7.3 years, and the < lines of railways. For, each ,country comes the cry for, industrial pleads equips for, the..only. ]line,of life
average price in 173 cases, is 40.6 cents! mile or'railway there will be an an- education, not necessarily at the expense thatawaits the masses which mereschol-,
I 'The average duration of a post oak nual demand for 377 ties, requiring of grammar-school training, astic education< can never give ; it "in-

t: tie 'is'7 years, and the average ,price 33 the'cutting, \ off of 3.77 miles. It will although- 'there is abundant testimony- sures a better understanding and obe-
cents. For' Burr' oak, durability, 7.4 require :thirty years on. an average for showing that, if either ''is' to be sacri- dience of sanitary laws; .lessens the

years ; price 37.3 cents. Rock oak 'trees to grow large enough for makingcross ficed, it'' would be much better for 'a rate of mortality.;'habits of workare

", showed an average durability in 18 ties. The acres. that must. be large number of the common school formed, economy practiced, taste
cases of 7 years; price 42 cents. In kept in timber and growing will be pupils that the ordinary grammar and judgment developed'self-respect
the case ''of'red oak. 5' years 'is the average 16,971,420'' 'for supplying ties to the school studies should give place to and self-reliance begotten, independence -

durability, with an,'average cost railway lines now in existence. 'mechanical instruction. In nearly' and stability of character secured,

of 27 cents. Chestnut,oak is more durable :The increase' in railwsy mileage, estimated every city can be found a certain sort and the individual.becomes much more
showing an average lifetime as by two decades, is about'4,150 of industrial schools, managed moreor thoroughly fitted :in aIl respects for the ',' :
'miles annually. To construct the less ''charity or' duties of citizenship." Many' such ;:
a tie of 7.1 years ; cost 28 cents per, as a ragged school,
tie. Black oak shows an average dur railways that will l probably be built in where street urchins are gathered'' in published expressions are! current 'of "

rability of 4} years ; average price 43 the next ten years, 109,560,000 ties and taught a trade, as well as the late, 'indicating the 'growth of a[ enti-
cents. Longleaf' or southern pine will will be demanded, the product' 1-, ordinary common school branches, ment favorable, ,to '"work instead;
\ 095,600 acres of woodland. and saved from words. The agricultural colleges, es
last on an average ,6} years ; average thereby, perhaps, a *
cost per tie 37 cents. White,pine has thirty years as' the period of growth 'life of"' crime and pauperism. Gen. pecially should'recognize,demand\
:i ,about. the same ,durability with less for 'ties/'''this would add 3,286,801 acres McClellanstruck, the key-note when and conform to'' it.-N.< Y: Tribune.
i cost the, latter showing an of to the timber reserve for railways said we must eradicate the i impressionof
,. average .. It seems that for long ages past, ,the
alone making a 'total' of 18,996,570acres the' 'of,the that
31 i cents per .tie.. youths country any staff f of life has been the subject'of
t Cedar shows the greatest average durability the needful reserve.-Lumber manual [ 'labor is* degrading. This adulteration.. ppon.this.subjec'' ; i a'l late
World. belief is filling with *.' .' "l't>t;
11.8 with growing our jails
,,being ,years, average number of the Scientific American
but it is criminals, thejstreets ,with and : < < M .
cost of ,34 cents, ; too, soft to paupers
bear ,heavy i freightage, and for that 'Industrial Schools.' tramps. Every childshould: be'taught, says"In Thracia, bread was mixed with

reason: is ,not much ,employed? ,in ,railway These institutions are springing up rich and poor, that it is ,honorable to powdered, dried: roots_ r in Syria" !with\
in all sections the and earn'its bread the of the, Ljj'1, 1 1.
,construction.. ,Red cedar is more .of country, are by sweat' '
l' dried ,mulberries, in :Egypt with whole
,durable than ,white ,cedar, being in,the I doing incalculable.... good < for those. brow; that'' labor is right and .honorable grains.. In, modern-i times/ i in' ,.Sweden," | ','-%.
classes W.hich.c.ome within the of and, should be of ; ''.e'i; '
.proportion, of 11 to 7. Cypress shows scope a source pleasure. they add to the bread powdered dried
greater durability than white oak, the There are tvyo industrial ''Ifris only the idlers of who unhappy ; fish'' ;' in Ireland and in Iceland, moss f ,

former showing, ,an average_ of 8.7 schools in Mississippi' -one at the drones of fashion, who, ,worn and which, besides' being) ';nutritious keeps
years. White .ash and, black ,ash, rot Columbus, for girls,., and .the other at haggard, spend their! lives in gazing the bread ''from drying';, in 'Prussia,
,rot very quickly,; ,the former ,in 4.3 Starkville." : ,for boys, both. ,under < the into shopwindowsthe; miserable :white' clay, ''which contains 'alkalrs'alts- .
years; and the. latter;' in 3.8 years .fostering. careof,, ,the'State.' ,< The school- dudes who give,'themselves up'' to iidle arid\'niakes bread''' very light ;, in Russia

Cherry is a.,durable ,timber, 'when ,used in "Memphis.1 is, small, ,supportedby I ness. at the club-rooms< and. the saloons.. < ; powdered bark or 'finely'chopped
as cross ties, ;running .from six tp ,ten charity: and, if, permitted to Ian There can be no 'happiness without ''On"the western of
years. All'woods are much more. ,fast.; guish i it would; be a reproach l to the l labor. ,If'the idea that .manual'' labor straw l : certain i kind'of'seaweed'is re England -
a gathered -
ing when hewn than when.sawn. ,The community and'a calamity to, ,the is a disgrace' to be ,shunned and washed, boiled, and then' baked ""/}

red wood of California makes very, durable youth, so ,sadly in, ,need.. of such. institutions avoided., continues, to prevail f what with oatmeal flour, ''in Africa, powdered ''
ties, lasting over ,eleven years] .. i to.savethe'm: ,from ,lives of crimei} will become of the, American people 'dried locusts 'are mixed'' with -,
but allowance must be made for the disease' and: wretchedness. Industrial should immigration cease, and' thus i
fact'that they are used on'PaCific'roads; ''s ho.ols'jift.the friendless from the gutter t- the,supply willing to whistle as they bread ; in India, potatoes 'aridifpea ; "';" ;
flour and the stones
,< during .
in a dry climate, :where causes inducing and give t em'a, taste, for l labor, plow,) laugh as they hoe, carry hods, ground to..a fine, powder,?'?' : .. ....,,' f""",
decay are notl' 'so great as 'in the and, education.. At a meeting held, cook potatoes, sew' buttons. and, darn ..... .-'. : ,:'
States east of the Rocky'' Mouniains., some months since Hoboken N. J.; socks, be suddenly; cut off? ,The history i' ""inowled'ge comes' but Wisdom' .... :',.:;::
to discuss,the formation of industrial of the world shows that the and'Robert ,:;
The growth of the redwood is very : ; an hap- lingers i says ennyson'1'_ .
slow. ,Trees 'fifteen years old have a < i school l, the .late ; > ( .
diameter of only ten or twelve inches, McClellan, who. "presided, said that d mechanics' the artisans, the 'horny-. )richest, order i and such- ,as! are 4 /

and will,make about three; ties. When ,our common school system r>i> was' defectiy.that handed yeomanry, are the, very people ..ted Oi, to.command; universal-i' '' ,''),admiration l f J .; i\; ;
younger than this. the wood ia not,du-, there. ji i is too, much, theory?. who are happiest in. their,.homes and may exist apartafromwisdom.>/ >
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Our, {European Letter. pantaloons and red coat with ,yellow with ,their work, ,and now they' are water is really< fit> to drink which i has" I !
Special Correspondence-FLORIDA, DISPATCH sleeves. And now, he makes ,a mar- I fastened ,to their belts besides the,regulation any of this foreign 'substance.lThia' is :
,of himself boast of his imprisonment attachment of the chains not discuss but
PARIS, France, Dec. 11, 1885. tyr (and a : -I to a pleasant"subject to I
by opening,this Tavern du their ankles ,and the hollow balls people who are, too dainty to pay at ,)
"Comrades : The ''Revolution delays Bogne in imitation of the prison in serve
and cannot in a moment of calm and which he with many other political boire" (fees.) that of the community" they, live in.-

tranquility ''make soldiers of citizens prisoners spent so many weary months. I sat down at, one of the ,tables. and Iron .Review. ..,
who hold capital in their hands, I The place is a rendezvous for Com- a "convict" brought me,my order after f
munists and, it ,is seldom that been surrounded the The, Girl and the WashTub.A ..
have' thought while awaiting the hour police having by guards
not about its tables calling out in stentorian tones singular accident reported from
'of popular/justice'(which nobody 'ever spies are lounging
judged ) to give out the good I Ij i listening to the conversation. This "N umero 2931 Par ici !" Johnson county, Indiana, ,MissAliceH.
:, cake'of wrong the reactionaries. Therefore, Tavern du Bogne will be heard of On the walls,of the room hang large Lewis, .of'' Edinburgh, lastweek:

for-yourl'Sund y breakfast, I come and more prominently in, the future unless cartoons illustrating the sufferings of slipped and:fell over a wash-tub, break-
Lam in of several "victims of the French ing one of her ribs. It is not remarkable :
description -
you"shall sup the best beer of the very :wrong my government"
''place. the place. It is in a long low one- portraits of Louis Michel, that,a girl should slip and.fall,for :
situated the Boulevard de Filhol Olivier Pain Max- anybody is likely to do so. Nor
"Brothers: : While waiting for the story building, on Roqucs ,
with side ime Lisboune Henri Rochefort the strange that she should break one of
silken envoys of the vile'capitalists to Clichy, one containinga ( I
'play with old gray 'bearded men, come row of small windows high from the editor of the Intrausegient) Gustav her ribs. Many 'a girl hashad, a',rib i
and in these windows is Maroteau Humbort Var- broken ere this. But it,is noteworthythat
"On Sunday, you 'will steady the playat ground ground Alphonse ,
with balls and chains lin Pierre Broussat Jeanne this young lady fell over awashtub. -
tlie' Tavern,du'Bagne'(Penitentiary glass prisoners' Magnier
and "cat-o-nine tails" etched each Mevielle and Amouroux What could,she possibly be do-,
Tavern)). Your appetite' ''will not' be a on Trinquet ,
ing about a tub ? Surely not using it.
too formidable, for it, i* the reaction pane. besides a cartoon representing a burly
E, which| pays 1by''force. At the entrance to a long passage blacksmith welding a chain to the The only plausible explanation is that
I 'found stationed outside ankle of fresh she came across the tub while acci-
''MAXIME LISBOUNE, way a man a prisoner, another depicting -
Director." ostensibly to sell the communistic ,Henri Rocheforte in the act dentally passing through the kitchenor

I. ''Large. '''posters bearing the above paper published by this "Maxime Lis- of. making his escape from prison, and wash-house, and,' seeing the tub,
c r o announcement were posted all boune and called the Gazette du one showing the prison guards in the stopped to examine it, probably with
In times of for the'' the idea of discovering, what it, was in-
'over'Paris'last' week, and, 3000 men Bagne. peace prepare act applying bastinado to Cap- :
tended for. ,Not being used to it. she
war and so this outside guard tain Magnier'for' to
were fed and, given all the beer they may attempting escape.
d"" slipped and fell over it,, breaking aribas
would drink, at_this Tavern du Bagne. some day prove very useful to the Each picture bears inscriptions relative -
,Perhaps it was simply an .advertisement "reactionaries" inside the Bagne. I to the fate of these unhappy mar- mentioned. It were' rash ''to
that she .in the ,
for the Tavern, 'but it must have bought a .,Gazette du Bagne and this tyrs to the cause of communism and announce was act of
.cost. the. sum of $1000 at least. There man went ahead of me and knockedon the Gaeette,du Bagne which is pub- using it,at the time of the accident,

seems" to be a strong probability that the door. The bolt. was slipped lished weekly, details the sufferings of: lest she be overwhelmed with,- letters

this expense was borne partly by some back by a man dressed in the uniformof the same besides containing pictures of from importunate suitors. The local

other, fund, than the private' purse of a_ prison guard, and I was permittedto similar character. press wisely Ex. omitted the facts on .this',-':

,'Maxime' Lisboune' and keen observersare enter a long hall or room. This After having finished my lunch ]I point.- ..- ---
noticing the daily increasing size room is about thirty feet wide and one was conducted to a little room back of Training Grapes.
: hundred feet with L at the the main hall where barber in
of the cloud which a change long an a .
augurs John, B. Moore & S of weather'from the "calm and tran'qufl''tQ further end of the same width and prison garb brushed my hair. ThenI '
,Mass., give the following as their i modeof ?
;' about fifty feet long. It is furnished led to another door which
. : a storm. which will test the was was training grapes in their vineyards:
;.full- 'powers,of the French ship of State', with common pine tables and chairs bolted and guarded by ,one of the The wire trellis, is five feet high, the

and, that;too, at no distant late. and an ordinary bar. Ordinarily "prison guards" but who upon receiv- I wires being placed at the,'following
,The crowds which daily hang: about nothing to eat is sold except bread ing my check which was a token that successive distances from the ground,

the Chamber of Deputies are becomingso and butter with coffee, beer or liquor.It I had settled my account, unbolted the namely, twenty 'inches, fourteen,

large and so' violent in their expressions is not an elegant place. Everythingabout door and released me from this strange twelve, and fourteen Jnc eM.' ,The vines
of .disapprobation of theGovernment it is rough and ''inexpensive and Bagne. BESVAL.
. are fruited from new arms grown the
I I' if in riot the whole establish- .. .
, that the authorities some
,, I' ," previous' year, the arms or canes on
read the ment should be demolished, the loss to Contaminated Drinking-Water. ,
;quite,.apprehensive as they every pther vine being tied with cotton
'I signs of the ,times. Workingmen are the owners would not be great. Contaminated drinking water is the twine to the lower wire on the trellis,

.seen in,groups on the ,streets and, on The prison guard who unbolted the cause of so much ''sickness that every and those on the alternate vines to the

the tops. ,of omnibuses. talking earnestly door and,permitted me, to, enter, was man and'woman grown should know third'' wire. ,This is all done ,early'tin
'j.Hof the.signs of the ,times. And' now not the only man in uniform. Halfa good water when they see it, and"have spring before the vines start' ''When,

,over,;3000' of:them are 'fed gratis and dozen others in blues, with swords the 'means of testing it. Water mayto the'new frutting shoots have.,become

:under' ,.whose," ''direction. ?' buckled at ,their sides patrolled)the all appearance be clear and spark- long enough in June, they are'; all
I LWlio.,r Maxime.' Lisboune, ? room while some thirty "convicts" ling and yet\'contain'the germs of foul tied with},',twine to the wire above the

Why does he call his tavern, the acted as waiters wearing the regulation diseases. The presence' of chlorine arm from which they grow., This.mode
Penitentiary Tavern ? garb of the 'French penitentiary. This i tells, the story.. This substance is I requires some time to tie up all the

'xtMaxime, Lisboune 8j. todaythe- consists of a red coat with yellow never found in the soil, and when discovered shoots, but keeps 'them safely from
'( most!,,dangerous) man, in ,France not sleeves and yellow pantaloons, and a in water'must have come from breaking. '
even excepting that:fiery, editoiHenr'i;,; I baggy chapeau. To 'the left'ankle of the human system. In our-daily' foodwe .-- '

.,;RQchefort. .Lisboune was one of ,the each convict an iron ball about five use salt-the chloride, sodium. There is nothing surer in the worldof

.principal.leaders of,the terrible Commune :- inches in diameter is attached with a After passing from the human body it trade than ,that'the iron business in

:', !of 1871 and ,it ,was at his orders chain three'feet long. These waiters becomes separated, and the chlorine the South 'is to go on until the controlof
that the.Communists killed the Arch-: have hollow balls which look like the makes its appearance;in the contamI- the iron trade of ,the country
l.bishop,of: Paris and, set ,fire,to the city. 'real prison ball but are not so trouble nated ,water. As much ,as thirty or uated here. This means'that the central -
'Jlel jwas arrested and transported to forty grains to the, gallon ,is often South', at least, is to''become a' new

,,New 'Caladouia where he ,served a some.When the "Taverne du Bagne" was found ,in water\drawn (from wells near South-a South of large towns, 'large

:term of seven, or eight years with an, .first started about a month ago, the where' people live. Let,it be ,under- railroad facilities, l large, factories i and

.A-iron J:ball t. ,,chained I to, his,left ankle, and waiters,dragged these balls,around ,on stood'-the.more chlorine. iu\the water" )larger i ideas, all 1 around.* t *i ;,:J:Atlantafojlstztution t J -

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.,(he 41 larch : :lJispate/t. The average drift of opinion, in regard pleasant, useful and profitable pursuitof Webb's Great 'Jacksonville an

to the effect of the frost;'seems to Florida Horticulture and Fruit Florida Directory.. ,

.:."; I .........-JACKSONVILLE. FLA., JAN. 25-,--1886.,. -- sustain the views 'we expressed last Growing. All human industries;'everywhere We, have been .favored, with a copy

D. REDMOND, Editor. week ; that while it must be admitted are liable 'Ito occasional' interruption of "Webb's Jacksonville. and East and

!' ;, CHAS. W. DaCOSTA, Proprietor. South Florida Consolidated Directory
that the 'freeze was almost unprece- and disaster-under the sun,

Subscription $:1.00 per annum,in advance.,- dently severe, the damage is not as the world over, "nothing is certain but ,"'and we ,can, honestly say that, it

RATES OF ADVERTISING.UTFayable great as we first feared, and there is uncertainty." We do not believe that is the finest work of the kind.that has.eves -
in advance, unless otherwise con-
tracted. no real ground for despondency dis any portion of our wide National do- come under our, notice. It is ,a "pon
SPACE. WEEK 1 M0. g )[0. 6 )[0. 1 YEAR derous tomn. volume
couragement. (See the reports from main possesses, uniformly, a more royal octavo

2 sq" ...... .200 350 $600 10 60 $1200 2100: 1600 28 00 82200 38 00 various parts'of the State.)' healthy: and delightful climate tha n of 672 pages, printed ,in admirable

/ OOL 600 18 OO 36 oo 48 oo MOO _. _...-.., :. ........ and bound
Florida is there other sectionof style, handsomely .
i, lL" 800 :24 00 48 00 64 00 85 00 ; nor any very ;

<;', "" 14 12 00 00 42 36 00 00 84 72 00 00 11200 9d00 128 150 00 00 Lessons of theFrost. the United States in which the returns and contains not only a copious and_ .

" 1" 18 00 54 00 108 00 144 00 192 00I 1. ,Let the great citrus "fever" abatea for( well-directed: labor are gen- full Directory of Jacksonville, but j

AUTHORIZED AGENTS little. "Do not put all your' eggs also of St. Augustine Ifalatka Gainesville
To receive Subscriptions to this Paper: erally'so certain and sure. Let us, -
" HUBNEU &: Co., 57 and 59 Ludgate. Hill, London ) in 'one basket." Orlando Ocala Fernan- I
England. oranges then, go forward cheerfully and full Tampa,
AMERICAN NEWS Co., New York. 2. Vary your'garden products and dina Sanford Leesburg and Kissim-
WESTERN NEWS Co., Chicago, 111. of hope. The future holds bright ,, ,

P.W.O.L.UPDEGRAFF SIMS:: \ Interlachen, &: Co.,, Fla.Irvington, Ind. fruits. :Plant more Peen-to and days and rich rewards for brave hearts mee. The work shows a, wonderful, -

8PUUIAL CLUB RATES.We Honey Peach trees ; Figs, Japan Per- and strong ''and skillful hands! amount- of research ,and labor on, the

have made arrangements with the publishers simmons, Scuppernong grapes, etc. --_.- .. .. .--.- part of Mr. Webb and his, assistants,

any of the and following will club publications THE DISPATCH:: which with will Try Tomatoes.?.. .Melons\ early Sweet Frozen Oranges-Cold Water Cure. and is an iudispenable portion of the

ONE be mailed YEAR.promptly upon receipt of,price, for Potatoes?,etc., for shipping to the N orth INTERLACHEN, Fla., Jan.16, 1886 office, furniture of every business ,.man

THEFLORIDA AND.DISPATCH''' Regular Price. Rate.Club and West. Editor Florida Dispatch : in the State. Itis,, withal. such a

: American'Agriculturist..............81.50 $2.00 S .50
Atlantic Constitution......?..... ... 1.50 2-00 3.00 3. Raise forage and small grain for .Accompanying this, by mail, please powerful exponent,of our varied and

Atlantic Country Gentleman.MonthlyMagazine......... ............... 4.00 2.50 2.00 2.00 4.75 3.50 cattle, horses, swine and poultry. find a sample of oranges. They were extensive industries, and enterprises,
Oentury Magazine....................... 4.00 2.00! 5.00 out in ,our late frost, and became simply -
Detroit FreePress........................ 1.00 2.00 2.75 Plant large patches of Guinea, Para lump of ice. I remembered in that it Will do Florida great service to
,Electric Magazine....................... 5.00 2.00 5.25 and Johnson a
also Pearl Millet
Florida Weekly Times............... 1.00 2.00 2.50 grass ; Germany it is the custom to put frozen have it widely scattered throughoutthe
.................... ''
Family Story Paper. 3.00 2.00 3.75 Millo Maize Sorghum Kaffir Corn
Fireside Companion 3.00 .OO 3.75 ((2)) potatoes into well water to take the whole country. Price $5. Address -
Frank'Leslie'iii 111. Weekly.......... 4.00. 2.00? 4.75 etc. Keep 'all, your live stock well frost out and I tried the,few orangesI WANTON S. WEBB, Jacksonville !
; Frank Leslie's Pop. Monthly..... 3.00 2.00 4.00 ,. ; ,
Frank'Leslie's Sund'y Mag'zine 2.50 2.00 4.00 fed and in condition at all had left on the tree the same way. :
Golden Days............................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 good sea- The ice outside of the Florida.
appeared ._..,
Harper's Illustrated Weekly..... 4.00 2.00, 4.75 sons of the or- -- i 1LJJ JL -
Harper's Illustrated Bazar......... 4.00 2.00 4.75 year. anges in about a quarter of an hour ;
Harper's Ill. Young People....... 2.00 2.00 3.00 4. Do not, be in too great a hurryto and hot A New Firm.
Harper's Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.50 by adding some water care-
Lippincott's Monthly Magazine 3.00 2.00 3.75 trim trees. You cannot tell not too much at time and Elsewhere in this paper will be
Nebraska Farmer........................ 1.00 2.00 2.75 your fully, a not
: North American Review............ 5.00 2.00 5.75 the full,extent of injury for some time being brought too near, the.fruit, I soon found the card of D. D. Rogers &
New York Weekly Sun. 1.00 2.00 2.50
New York Weekly Herald......... 1.00 2.00 2.50 yet. ,Go slow with the knife, ,and made the ice to ,disappear, and to my Co., dealers in Metallic Building sup-
New York Weekly Tribune....... 1.25 2.00 2.75 great joy I found the all
New York Weekly Times........... 1.00 2.00 2.50 clipping-shears. oranges per- plies at 74 West Bay street, this city.
New York Weekly World.......... i.OO ,,.OO ,2.50 fect after taking them out, and I pub-
,. Popular Science Monthly........... 5.00 2.00 5.75 5. Next fall, do not plow or fertilize lish this, in hopes that This new firm makes a specialty of
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Philadelphia Weekly Times 1.00 2.00 2.50
Rural Californian........................ 1.50 2.00 2.50 I late in the season. Do nothing to in future may, be,able to save their these supplies and meets a want long
Southern Cultivator...................1.50 2.00 2.75 I
Please let know felt in this State. The
Scientific American.................... 3.20 2.00 4.25 I force a rank, sappy, late growth, on crop. us you gentlemen
Saturday Night............................ 3.00 2.00 3.75 find the oranges. Yours respectfully, the firm active reliable i-
comprising are
Savannah Weekly News...... ..... 1.25, 2.00 2.50 your orange or lemon trees.
Southern Bivouac.................M..... 2.00 2.00 3.00 FRANK VOIGT. business men and all in need of
6. If should be fortunate ,
t Southern Live Stock Journal... 2.00 2.00 ,2.75 you ,
': St.The Nicholas.Century Monthly................Magazine................ 3.00 2,00 4.00. enough to have a crop of oranges next' REMARK.-The oranges were: re Corrugatecl' Iron, fire proof iron shutters -

(Scribner s).............;.................. 4.00 :2.00 5.00 do fail ceived but they were so long in the or other, metallic, building. ,supplies -
Waverly. Magazine..................... 4.00 2.00 5.00 year, not to provide a storage J
The above are among the very best publications house in which they can be protectedfrom mails and so far on the ,road to decomposition will do well to give them a: ll.They' .
although we are able to club with others '
write us for terms with any other paperor the cold ,and :have all that we could not form a very are also State Agents ,for the
; your crop
periodical, not in this list, and we shall I '
heerfully quote club rates. i under cover before the 25th of ,.DeI accurate" opinion ,as to ,their condition celebrated Van :Noorden & Co.,
Remittances should be sent by Check
Money Order Postal Note or Registered Letaddressed I cember. :when gathered., The use of cold water Metal Shingles.No ..

A?. W. DaCOSTA, I I 7. In November, spend a few for frozen apples l', potatoes, etc.. ,, has . FTA. hours, or a day or two, if necessary, in long been practiced but ,the,fruit does STATE FAIR.-A correspondentof

not keep long after thawing out. We ,the Chicago '"Farmer's Review,
choice and
Annual of the Florida,Press protecting ,rare flowering
Association. shrubs, tender ,tropical plants, etc. should' ,be very cautious about using' who writes us, from New Orleans', is

warm water at all.ED.Killing informed that the Directors ,oi, the
By authority of the Executive Committee Thousands of, beautiful, plants, now '
State Park Association havegot
,. ,the Annual, Meeting of ,the dead,, might have been, saved ,by a '
the'S ale. the late cold'
moralized 'by snap,
little and attention the
labor at
Florida. Press Association, is hereby proper
Editor Florida Dispatch from their fears and
: "taken council ,
time. We wonder the, beautifuland
called to meet at Gainesville, on,Thursday >at '" '
Will please inform 'me tliroitgh'the'columns I.. ''State Fair 'Industrial
you abandoned the .as an -
,11 1886. collections in Northern
February rare
., of''your valuable ;
C. H. JONES paper Exhibition-letting it'drop:
dens, where natureis: most: unfriendlyand at ,what' scale,insects :
temperature are
.President. harsh, to tender but killed and down to a horse-trot: and raree-show: of
'D. H. ELLIOTT ; vegetation,; oblige a ,subscriber. I '
do notattach, sufficient Yours truly A. C. BARR. ,, some kind.
: we : importance '
i"- Secretary. = 't-
i to the ,great foresight, vigilance, and Daytona, Fla., Jan. 12, 188Q. TRUCK-RAISERS must-t be "up:'anddoing"

THE SUNDAY DEMOCRAT, for Jan- skill necessary to I preserve ,those, beau- REPLy.-We have made no special
now!' But do not overdo, nor
uary 24th, very handsomely illustrated tiful "mute pets"-.of the garden, lawn observations in regard ,to the temperature attempt\ too much. Select the 'every

;i and containing an unusual variety '- and I parterre. necessary to kill the scale insect t; the
best seed-plant just -as soon as
,of interesting matter, is on our but a scientific friend the
expresses ,
8. all live
Begin now, to 'manure ground will admit; manure ;heavily
,table. The Democrat is published in opinion that anything below 25 above
f trees; and as soon as spring growth I and cultivate cleanly and thoroughly!

Jacksonville and Savannah at $4 per fairly, commences work your 'groves zero gives them their final quietus. '

i. annum-single copies 10, cents ,Address I and, nurseries constantly and thoroughly. ',Shall beglad to hear definitely from I ,"A Subscriber who makes ;inquiries .

: Sunday ,Democrat Publishing our observing readers.-EDs. I
We need .
not that
say gardens I 'about wine, etc., must send'real

.. ?, ,.Company, Jacksonville. Fla. I and truck-patches must have unremitting MR.: W. H. YORK, the able and name' and address. We repeat; for

1 I'**'! WoRK FOR FEBRUARY, '(crowded' I attention, "from the word go."', 'competent1' Purser of,our St. Augustine the'one-hundredth time; that we 'cannot -

"out of present number,) will appear in Finally-do; not, for one' moment Ferry Boat, hafc our thanks for many :notice: anonymous ''communications -

our issue of tat prox. ,.'\ ,a, .j, loco heart, 'piu&r or falter in the good, courtesies in the line of his business. 'J.' 'i". *' >: -iLf'i* u'' I.I"! ,

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H....-: ..." THE FLORIDA' liiat.. A '11 Un. .. _.h.'" __. .._ ,'M' 0f' -. .... .,. .... ..ea ,.

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) nFr, st-Work in Florida. Tropical 'Fruit.Quei'Ies. Hotel .News A remarkably! brightand and'Florida. 50 cents. per year. Address

: All.our late '"returns" and, advicesare Editors Florida: .Dispatch: entertaining little 'paper, of 12 : W. J. Van Kirk, Editor .and:

more ,hopeful and encouraging.We I trust you will allow lan old subscriber pages, beautifully printed and finely Proprietor, Pensacola, Fla., (Send. for

give additional brief reports collected the privilege .of. ..asking a few illustrated. It is intended to "benefit, sample.) '
from various parts of the State : questions and ,that it may be your enlighten and amuse" our winter visitors -
Imports, Exports, Immigration and
San Mateo, Putnam Co.-Fruit lost, good pleasure to answer them for the i and promises to be very popularand
Navigation. Quarterly Report of the
but no very serious damage to ,young' benefit.of'your many readers : successful. Edited and publishedby '
Chief the Bureau of Statistics
of : ,
lock ;f and bearing trees not perceptibly 1. Prof.. Whitner, in his Garden Chas: ''L. Pleasants, Park Opera .
Treasury Department of the U. S., for
injured. ing 4i Florida, 'defines the Cheriraoyeras House, Jacksonville, Fla. Press of :
the Three Months ending Sept. 30,
Orlando.-Later reports mo favor the.,Anona Cherimolia., Is this the ,Chas., W. DaC, ( sta. $2 per year-$1
1885; also, containing; other statistics
able. Bearing trees ,not seriously hurt, fruit, known, in .the Key West markets for six months. '
t relative] to, the trade and ,industry of
and young nursery,stock in far better and..elsewhere in South Florida as the The Michigan Horticulturist is a the ,country. Government Printing,

i condition than first reported. Limes, ,Jamaica ,Apple ? very practical, sensible and progressive Office, Washington, 1885. A vast

guavas, bananas, and exposed tender 2. Is the Pond Apple that Prof.'
I N : monthly magazine, edited by Chas. W. amount of "rule and ,figure work,"
tropical plants seriously injured-some Curtiss calls ,the ,Anona Glabra the
I Garfield, and published by; "W. H. and, ,doubtless, much valuable infor-

killed. I same as ,the Pond Apple sold by the Burr Publishing Co..," Detroit, Michigan. mation.
St. Augustine.-Fruit' lost ; bearing fruit-dealers in Key West? ,$1 per year. We gladly place
Home and
trees will come out all right, and'young 3. Should the common or Florida, the Horticulturist, on "our.. list of exchanges International Trade.

trees only partially damaged. I Lime, in order to make, .it yield most, and wish" it success.t' How the Tariff Affects It. By John

Switzerland St. Johns Co. Old trees' be. shrub W. Bookwalter, 1886. A work which
j grown as a or aa a tree ; that
]I. Peter Henderson's Manual of Every- throws the of
not injured much. Young groves'', i is, should the early pruning look to,, any light upon causes
thing for the Garden. 1886. A 'royal
I the decline in of chief
lightly damaged. We shall not cut : leaving it a shrub or to training, intoa some our
octavo of 140 which
pamphlet, ,
pages industries, is sure to receive, and to
back for time i tree ?
some yet. '
for splendor of and illus-
jaitlond.Little: damage done- 4. Do the Tahiti,,the Imperial and; reward, a careful perusal, at the present -
tration selection and
arrangement of
time. Such work has been
much fruit escaped serious injury. the Persian Limes ''need'the same cul- a just
subjects, variety and comprehensiveness -
under the title "Home and
Kissimmee.-Mr. Hamilton Disston's -, ture and pruning as does 'the Florida published
we have never yet seen equalled International Trade : How the Tarifl
young nursery riot injured. Lime ?
The chromos of new and magnificentroses affects it." It consists of series of
j Palatka.-Hargroves' young trees 5. What is Bread 'Fruit-that'is, '
rare vegetables, etc., are_ real John W. :Bookwalter
by a
: not near,as much injured as first ,re- how many 'and what trees and plantsare papers
works of art ; and the cuts and descriptions well-known- writer these
but Mr. Bounds for known Bread 'Fruit ? on topics.,
ported ; manager I popularly as of plants, flowers, imple: whose extensive. travels abroad have
Higley & Smith, thinks 'nearly all the 6. Is the Gooseberry tree-some-
ments,etc.. etc.,furnish a great amount him unusual for
given opportunities
nursery trees in the State are killed. I times found fifteen or twenty feet highin of valuable information.( This superb
the of
Gainesville. Mr. L. K. Rawlinshas ''Dade County-the same as the observing state our foreign com-
Catalogue will be sent 'for six cents in mercial relations. These
eighty acres of cabbages, which he Otaheite Gooseberry known to the papers are
I I postage stamps ; though, (as the pub-I entitled : The Genesis of the Boom ;

pronounces entirely uninjured. botanists as Cicca Disticha ? lishers truly state,) the actual cost of India and its Resources India and
Tallahassee.-Few trees very seriously In transplanting' Lime trees should ;
each copy is "over three times that the "Wheat Situation Business De-

damaged.Fort the tap-root be cut shorter when it is amount." Address : Peter Henderson ; and their ;

J.1Jead.e.Lowest. point 25 o disproportionately long ? & Co., 35 and 37 Cortlandt street, New\ ''English pressions and American Compensations Farming ;
above zero: -part of orange crop lost., CORSAIR. York.
Trade,Crisis in ,America America'sDapger
Lake Worth Fla. Dec. 30 1885. ;
but some groves escaped entirely. ,
of Choicest Flower and
Catalogue ; The Burden of Protectionand
.Daytona.-Lowest points 19 to 21.
HEPLY.'V might, perhaps, ans-
Vegetable Seeds. F. C. Heinemann Where it Falls. In these articlesare
Fruit all lost-old trees not very much correctly some of our learned '
I Erfurt No. 152. 1886. A'
Germany. ,plainly defined the sources of the
i injured-tender, tropical plants gen- i friends queries, but we prefer turning very neat little,German Catalogue (in remarkable prosperity American
erally killed.Enterprise.. them over, en masse 'to Prof. Curtiss, of 24, which however
I English) pages, farmers in the period from 1879 to
.-Fruit lost-trees not of this city, or 'P. W. Reasoner, of furnishes
I a strikingly meagre contrastto 1882, and the circumstances "which
much injured. Manatee. Answers "thankfully received the Henderson .Catalogue
magnificent have since ,operated against them,
Beresford.-T.he on the south i for publication in DISPATCH.ED. .
orange just noticed. The pamphlet of among the chief of which are the.increasing -
end of the Starke not
damaged. .
De Leon All in --.... Mr. Heinemann ,contains a great exports of wheat from '.India,
oranges New Publications. variety of flower, field, garden, tree of.cotton from both India and ,Egypt,
this section Norris
frozen-Major estimates -
and plant seeds and is of much value which. together supply about 2,000,000
his loss at $20,000-0Id trees The Nineteenth Century-1800-1900

not seriously ,hurt- stock Almanac. This'little volume is a com- to,importing florists and nurserymen. bales per annum, and of beef.and ,mut-
badly damaged. nursery plete Calendar ''from the year '1800 to Pictorial Annual for 1886. Supple' ton from Australia, New Zealand and

ment to,the Augusta, (Ga.) Chronicle.' South America. How our wheat-
1900 of the Time that Was
Welaka.-Mr. L. Stephens, of this telling, ,
A very neat illustrated Almanac, for growers, our cotton-planters, and our
the Time that Is, and the Time that is
who has at Welaka
city, agroye; says
which 'we return thanks to our re-' stock-farmers are being crowded out
Come. In addition to the hundred
his,trees there have received little or to one -

I no injury, though most of the fruitwas yearly Calendars, there 'i is 'at the' spected Georgia contemporary. ,,of the wprld's markets and the priceof

condensed Green'and Warren what they raise depressed to a
destroyed: bottom of each page a Bowling county,

Northern Florida:( Ahead I-Gen. ,A. chronicle. of the most important events Kentucky, 'Immigr tiom Society. A lower point ;f and how under proper

8.,given; ,Qf St.. Nicholas, across ,the during each,year ; so'''that at.a glance ,condensed, accurate, and ''fair ,descrip trade relations they might recover

6t< Johns ',two or three miles east of may be 'seen' the occurrences of 'the ,tion'of the resources ''and development' their former prosperity, it is the pur-

; i of the and Compiled' pose,of this :book 'to show It, shouldbe
this city, says. he has a nursery of past'that had the'most influence the city county

'young sweet seedlings, ,;four and. fiveyears time, and l left' th impress on the future and published for-the information of ";read(by every :farmer, North and
'' South. It is ''published by Brentano
: old,..not'one/ fWh ch.18 ,killed, thus furnishing a hist'oryof'the l ,the general 'public, P. J. ''Potter &
: I 'The 'volume is 'of :Co. ''Bankers of Bowling'Green Ky. Bros. (New York; Washington' and
and very .few pi which will ,shed their century in brief.: ; ,
]leaves. great :interest and value, and may be have our thanks for' a, copy1' of this Chicago' ) and, is sent by mail postpaidfor

Burying tn the, Sand.*.....W., D. Col- obtained from- "R.'W.,..,,"'Hartnett 4 .'& roflealera .., pamphlet, and will, doubtless, supply 50 cents.famie.and.

man, reenCovpffSpring( : ; P, .says; D fro rij JM q. p'is p.R- ,In I others, 'upon- application. Jute.. ,A ,pamphlet I ,,, pf>

.4; ,Yr. 'Q I1 i gjlt.I ''bf'; .Clay'' county. .'i sailed r i.ptcr 1 ,t f.i J ,., ,a ;4orth ,TAo I, ;ulJStrcam, is (pu1bljshqd.twice, much suggest ivenesa ,!and .practical

' P I 'CC 1.j ; lt mp1pJ) :) IJb.dat"but f 8 l ..I h ft }e ,fp. J ftyeajr4Bt P nsQiaF1L; ; Reypftd, to, value, \ ",addressed| : "ITo,the Agriculturiata -

no detai lI 1ir 4.ig'T"'j, 'l Florida Tool t'i and.aiuier, ,&tor the Immigration:; Alabama J of the Southern States." lB1liJ, ,


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i Juvenet, '"34 St., Charles Street, New Preserving the, Kum-Quat. Le Conte. Pear. PARA Glues Mr. Matthews

e.;.>, Orleans, La. Mr. Juvenet has made SANFORD, Fla., Dec. 20, 1885. A writer in the London Garden, brought in a stalk of Para grass from

i Ii: a special study of our textile (fibrous) Editor Florida Dispatch: who had spent some time in Georgia, the place of Wm.Durand Wednesday,

.plants, among which he mentions: Can you inform me through the speaks of the Le Conte Pear as grownin which measured thirteen feet' In
columns of the DISPATCH how make
Bowstring Hemp, or Florida Lily; the kumquat into to? We that State, although only second length. This grass is very 'nutritious

the Yucca of the Gulf Coast; the have up the fruit, but have preserves been unableto rate in quality, as judged by the stand- and keenly relished by stock, and its

, b Okra; the wild Coffee plant; the 'Indigo work them to any advantage. Any ard in England, but for productiveness general cultivation is but a question

t ; Cotton Stalks; the Banana; the information imparted would be of, without an equal as forming grand I of time. In speaking of the rapid and

1 Plantain; the Ixile; the Bear Grass; value to many of your readers. trees in a comparatively short time, rank growth of this grass in our office :

the Spanish Dagger; the Typha, or '. Yours, THOMAS SIMMS. the trees in one grove or orchard yesterday, Mr. John Pearce, of Fort

\ common "Cat-tail;" the Palmetto; the I REPLY.-Put the fruit into clear standing twenty feet apart each way, Bassinger, said that he measured a

Mexican Maguey; the Pita, or Silk cold and producing in one season an aver- stalk in a disused cow-pen which grew
water for twenty-four hours to
i Grass, etc. He also mentions fourteen age of fifteen bushels to the"tree when thirty-six feet long in three weeks.-
extract bitter flavor that be
((14)) States, as being adapted to any may they were ten years old. The owner Ki8siiti.mee Leader.
in the rind. Then boil in clear water
: the cultivation of Ramie and Jute, i remarked that they were overcrowded:, ,
viz: California, Arizona, Now Mexico until you can pierce through the fruit and that if placed thirty feet apart'in- The soundness] of timber may 13
with a straw. Have rich
Texas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Ten- ready a stead of twenty, they would have ascertained by placing the ear close

nessee, Virginia, North Carolina, : syrup, and drop the orange from the yielded twenty-five bushels. This to one end of the dog> while another

South Carolina, West Virginia, Ala, boiling water into the boiling syrup. writer brought several young trees person delivers a succession of smart
Boil half an hour if needed.
or more
bama, Georgia, Florida and Louisiana.All You with him from Georgia, but their blows with a hammer or mallet upon

who take an interest in the sub- can easily cooked.judge when they are growth has not proved vigorous, and the opposite end, when the continuance S
sufficiently -ED.
ject, can obtain a copy of the pamphlet -.-.-.-,---- they have shown no inclination to of vibrations. will indicate to an

by addressing: Mr. Juvenet, as Raw Ground Phosphate. flower. He thinks they will be of experienced ear even ,the degree of
above. soundness. If only a dull thud meets
MANATEE, MANATEE COUNTY, ) little value In England.
FLORIDA 9 } ..... ...- -_L-,,- .ALBI -- .._- the ear, the listener may be certain
Plant Seed Company, of St. Louis. January J
for the Children. that unsoundness exists.
Editor Florida Dispatch : Nut-Planting
Seed Catalogue of 1886. We have
copies of this well arranged and copious In your i issue of March 17th, 1884, The children have been gratified, ------..- !
page 202, Z. H. Mason says : 'There this year in gathering black walnutsin HONEST A SSESSrrIENT.-: Returning !
catalogue in English, French and
excel- ,is a company now furnishing the raw their nut grove, grown from nuts property at a lower valuation than it \
German, showing a large and
ground phosphate at Magnesia\ Springs, gathered near Philadelphia during the really should be is not only dishonest,
lent stock of seeds. in Alachua Can Z
county. or j
you Centennial Exhibition. Three of the but it is unfair and unjust. to honest
H. Mason, give the name of that com-
The Tropical Agriculturist, of Col- pany? D. C. UNDERHILL. trees bore nuts. Next year there will property owners. It 'is necessary for !

ombo, Ceylon, comes to us regularly, the State to receive certain amountof
[Will Dr. L..,H. Mason kindly give undoubtedly be butternuts. A, groveof a
and is always full to overflowing with the desired information?-ED.] hazelnuts, or filberts, has been revenue, ,the deficit must thereforebe

essays and other articles of value and planted. There tire no nuts which, made up from the others.

interest for the tropical farmer, gar- Spaying Heifers. please children more to gather than -- ----

dener, fruit-grower and arboriculturist. The successful spaying of 4,700 these. They are easily propagated by $500 Not Called For.

1 6s. A. & heifers for Charles It seems strange that it is
per year. M. J. Ferguson Goodnight in the the and necessaryto
planting nuts, by .layers, by
Colombo Panhandle of Texas persuade men that you can cure
Ceylon. during the monthsof
transplanting the which come
sprouts their diseases by offering a premiumto
; The Times Democrat Almanac, for April, May and June last, may be up from the roots of the old bushes.It the man who fails to receive ben-

1886, is a,very pretty annual, chrono- looked upon as an era in the ranch seems to us that every one who has efit. And yet Dr. Sage undoubtedlycured
cattle business of the Southwest. thousands of of obstinate
logical, statistical and useful. It con There children should plant these nut.bearing cases "
I have been heretofore several trials catarrh with his "Catarrh Remedy,
tains 88 pages, i is very beautifully on trees and bushes. They require who would never have applied to him
the but
range, the success has not been
illustrated, and contains a great deal no care except planting and protectionfrom if it had not been for his offer of the

of valuable information. It is a supplement entirely satisfactory. We understandthe stock.-F. D. Curtis, in the Tribune above sum for an incurable case Whois '

of the New 'Orleans Times- mortality in this case was very the next bidder for( cure or cash?

small, and the doctor who .. ,
accom- -- ---- -- --- -- -
Democrat, and is sent out gratuit-
ously to 'the subscribers of that widely- plished the work has several other en- Strawberries.A A Wonderful Freak or'Nature

circulated and influential journal.For gagements aggregating several thous- Northern grower says: "Straw- is sometimes exhibited in our public '

copies, address A. W. Cockerton and more.: berries which are cultivated in rows exhibitions. When we gaze upon some
of the freaks Dame Nature
Business Manager, Times-Democrat, With the range country now very have been found of far better flavour occasionally peculiar indulges in, our minds

New Orleans, La.Livingston's generally stocked to its utmost capac- and of larger size than others whichare revert back to the creation of man,

ity, and: the Southern,country literally grown in matted beds and cannotbe "who is so fearfully and wonderfullymade.
Seed Annual 1886.
for running over, with she cattle, some ,hoed or cultivated. The writer's ." The mysteries of his nature

A very pretty and attractive cata- thing/must be done to check the, accu experience has been that the best; fruit have been unraveled by Dr. R. V.
logue containing desirable Pierce of Buffalo and hi
many nov- through *
mulation. Spaying the heifers will and the largest yield of it has been
elties in the way of seed,_ offered at knowledge of those mysteries he haa '
moderate prices. A./ W. Livingston soon enable the herd owners to con-. procured by hill cultivation, three been able to prepare his "Golden Med-

very trol the increase and keep only such plants being set ,in each hill, eight ical Discovery," which is a specific for
& Sons Columbus Ohio.
.. sized herd as their range 'will safely inches, apart, in a triangle, and the all blood taints, poisons and humors,
Another will be such as scrofula, pimples, blotches
carry. advantage hills being thirty inches apart. The
Grass. the elimination of inferior animals. ground is kept well cultivated with erruptions, swellings, tumors, ulcers,
Editor of Florida Dispatch : and kindred affections. By druggists
By,selecting the, finest young heifersto the,hand cultivator during the whole
Would you kindly inform me howI I
could obtain Bermuda grass? I have keep for breeding purposes and growing,season; the, :runners are kept A Bonanza Mine .

never seen the seed advertised. I am shipping-out the low grade cows,, there. out,until after fruiting, when they are I of l health is to. be found in Dr. 'R. V.

anxious to procure some. will. soon be,added a large percent, in rooted in small straw ,board, ,:rings for Pier e's "Favorite Prescription," to
Yours respectfully, the'merits of which, as a remedy for-
; the, average value of 'the animals. pot plants. After the second season
S. A. PIERCE female weakness and kindred affections
!\ The,spaYing;knife,, is one,19f the main the old plants are,, dug up."
REPLY.You want the roots of .. ., ; thousands i\testify.
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hopes of the Southern cattle, country. !,. ,
Bermuda, and they can be had'forl'SS Lucky. he who. has. 'been educated to '
) The'best :Orange Tree :Fertilizer now,
per barrel. Address. Major .F. C. True bravery is shown by perform- bear'his fate, whatsoever it may i be, in the' is' made by Williams

Sawyer, Beauclerc P. '0,, Duval. Co:, ingwithout witness what one might be an early example' 'of-uprightness':afacTa( Clark>& Coal I Office 64* W.. Bay St.,'*., '

aJ-ED.-: S .. ,' capable\of doing before'all the' 'world.; childish training!.in'honor; *' \4'*."*',\ ,. Jacksonville,':Fla.;. ", : : '


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. THE f' Lot' IDA D.l ti rATOH. 71. ,
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,,', Scottie Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver I Countless knights were slain beforeSt. Life without laughing is a drearv Grove and Pine Lands for Sale.
':=;4 011, ,Ilypopliosphites, Two and one-half miles from]:| river
' George won the battle. In the blank.
mile school-house and
:t: Especially Disirable for Children. ... landing,
"' ; \ A lady physician at the Child's Hospital battle of life we are all going to try for --' W store; 4i acres in grove, 3lC trees, 165

,:. ; at Albany, N. Y., says : "We the honors of championship. LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS.Write set out Feb., 1881, all thrifty and the

\ j have been using Scott's Emulsion with' or telegraph Byron E. Oal t best budded stock-200 yards jfrom

great success, nearly all of our pa- the undertaker, ) Marble, Iron, HaiLing ; my home grove, on Stella lake. .cJ

tients are suffering from bone diseases No better orange land or healthier
and all kinds of Cemetery Wot' !
location in Florida. Had 13 boxes
and our physicians finds it very bene.ficin A full line of Wooden and Metalii\
i shall have about 50 this .
oranges, year.J.
Cases and Caskets always on hand<]
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I All orders promptly attended to, 25
; Another cargo of Orange Tree Fertilizer -I d- I II Laura St. Jacksonville Fla. dec21-lm Fruitland, Fla.
] just received by Williams COCO a 'as ui.tam I rIwLwl4w d )
,..,... ,,...
Clark & Co., in Jacksonville. These -.. rz.. a1'UJs G JO At3IGAd Ww o3OC w'a r w 03 MOIlllOS ('colt,

goods are very popular. Office 64\ CM C'I"1 it I 218 Bay Street, OHI MY BACKEvery

"1'. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.Consumption z Dealer in Second-hand Clothing.
: 'Ilplwnll c CO: '"":CO IH rH eo
G oD oI '-ocioL'o" strain or cold attacks that weak bark
---.a .----- E-t Cheapest place in the city. Old cloth-
.cd. < Z U'Up uuaICo i'cxcxOOOCH-O;) ;) : and nearly prostrates 700.

Cured. > 0rn _. .. .. (; ing cleaned and repaired. Spots taken

An old physician; retired from g b nOOlaA I O>T N N ift GO>Mranraiajiv C bJtto from your clothes at once.

practice, having had placed in his I' :a -_ . ..-_ --- :/1 .
Lands for Sale. _
hands by an East India missionary the O..9 I TI1 !
I < : 'UOnOaJtI WW W:: dr11HrZ q A large amount of land for sale in
formula of o D
a simple) vegetable remedy I r yO
.. to suit in the
::: oo I quantities purchasers, :
for the speedy and cure of .
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o. -- CDCD
... of Crescent
Bronchitis Catarrh ::,J V I vicinity City, Huntington,
Consumption, + .. aU )
3 .sq1paJpunq I Lake Como Pomona and Forest
8SSSS IS I. > x: ., : I,
Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections ::: PUTS S9tjoujtltjjajtu U1 5'\
fr. t Hills.
U'BJ : By

also a positive and radical c..O;;;. > __ .. d) J. S. BROWN
cure for Nervous Debility and all Nervous ....,a //1.1 0)cc ,
rn 16-6m. Fruitland Fla.
s'O nov ,
Complaints, after having testedits U'BaJ i 1; gi'8 'd .. .
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wonderful curative in thou excd < S .. _.. 'U__' QJ .
powers o ,., H;
J NFU Seed Iottttoc--From Novia Scotia.
sands of cases, has felt it his duty to :: o I CI'5.r...,. "'; :-i Sfe*
53 -r t'r Rose Chili Red
E-- > S Q",., Imported Early ,
make it known to his suffering fellows: o t -""'rooooaoo O.c t*-Ot J Burbanks and Beauty Hebron.

mW1X'BJ'II ?oiopcirHcoN: ) .-hD
Actuated this
motive and desire
by a ... ep
.. We guarantee variety to be D
hl.D'v every
relieve human I will =
suffering, cco ..
I 1. < y asiss'ssss 0 true to name, and the finest potatoes
s. ?
free of charge, to all who desire it, this 3: &.1alaUlOt'P.C1 = 8o : CD Q.IlJ'P.l for planting ever brought to Florida. I BEST TONIC
u'P.aJ -z I
recipe, in German, French or English, I )( o> CD Strengthens the Muscles,
The Rose and Chili Red of
*-j are a
with full directions for and .... ___ . CDOCD> I I Steadies the Nerves,
preparing . .
.-- I . 5S S beautiful rosy color, and all the varieties Enriches the Blood, Gives New Vigor.
using. Sent by mail by addressing O::: ) I :. .: .: :- :. OJ fl-> (C H in sound order. Will]) I I I DB. J. L. Mw s. Fairfield Iowa, says:
: .... cad are ship I
o : : : : : .c 03 "Brown's Iron Bitters is the best Iron medicine
with stamp, naming this paper, W. A. ;:; : : 'O..p; of which I I have known in my 30 years' practice I have foundit
o q promptly on receipt price
K ....t-- .. ;':'1 I I specially beneficial in nervous or physical exhaustion -
NOYES 149 Power's Block Rochester h <:'1 00 CO 1 1a
c-: I "" ) CD : must be remitted in advance. : and in all debilitating ailments that bear so
o -:: :$ ddCD't.. >. ..ccllCD /;; I heavily. the system.Use it freely in my own family.
N. Y.
; ...> 0 J5'C'dS".yc3. ;;; -bDbDi- CE- PRICE $3.25 PER BARREL. 'I Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on
........ I dAM. ., Q.I.-ti:$ w'nt ...r.. wrapper. Take no other. Made only by j
--- --- 03S : rFrCC= ::; We have placed all at one price imoVTN CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMOnr, Ml' .

Early Golden Sweet I'otutocs. ------------- ____________. ._______.__m__ I Send orders and to Church 3 LADIES' HAND BOOK-useful and attractive con-
money : taining list of prizes for recipes,information about
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coins, etc.,given away by all ) '* in medicine, or
the I have
During two Anderson & Co. Jacksonville Fla.
past .
years mailed to any address on receipt of 2c. bt wp.
raised thousand bushels of .. .-... --- ._. -- -
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these potatoes, and now plant them to ,. '" .
the exclusion of other variety ;;
every ;" ': ; .:Xr.
4 '
both for, home use and for shipping : ;,

North. Fine seed for sale at $3.000 Fruit and Vegetable Market. .iaA .\.,"' ,

barrel. Address G. L. TABER
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jan25 3mo Florida Oranges, fancy, per crate. OOa .t I 50 ; .
... .. Florida Oranges, fair to good, crt. 1 50a 2 50 : \ .! ,:"...
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Florida Oranges, Inferior, prorate 50a 1 00 ,t: .
Those who have used the Boss ZINC Florida Oranges, russets pr crate. 2 50a 3 50 i'' .I ,
Florida Oranges, Tanglerfnes, crt. 4 OOa 4 50 ,,','j:',
and LEATHER COLLAR PADS and Florida Oranges, crt. 2 50a 3 00 .,
ANKLE BOOTS the best .'
say they are Eastern Agent. 1<"

and cheapest, because most durable. 'i
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They will last a life time. Sold by .
PHILADELPHIA, January 20,1886. II I
Harness makers on 60 days' trial. Reported especially for us by EVANS BKOS., I I v'',, l .

DEXTER CURTIS, 1roduceCommission Merchants,No. 56 North d
Madison, Wis. Water Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price Cur- y M1

rent subject to market fluctuations. )
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Persons land] and Only choice lots of Apples in request. Cran- I V I I
wanting Orange berri dull. Choice Florida Oranges in good i

Groves above or below the frost line, request and steady. Potato market firm,
with fair demand and moderate supplies.'
address M. S. MOREMEN, Onions weaker. I i.I. N

Switzerland, Fla. Oranberrles, fancy, J'y, dk', bus. cra.. 1 25al. 40 I N I I l' I I Is
.. Cranberries, choice,J'y.lgt] bus. era.. 1 OOal. 25 L I I II
Cranberries Cape Cod, dark, per bbl. 6 OOatf. 50 I
For Printing of 'revery descriptionwrite Cranberries, Jersey..per bbl. 4 50a5 00 I
Cranberries, light...................per bbl. 3 00a4 00 C
to C. W. DaCosta, Jacksonville, Cabbage, extra, per 100........................ 3 OOat 00 C. 13. ROQKRS.
".' Fla. Cabbage, medium, per 100.................. 2 00a2 50 D. D. ROOKKS.
Cabbage small, per 100........................ 1 50a2. 00
Oranges, fancy...................................... 2 75a3 00 D. D. ROGERS & CO.
Oranges, choice.................................... 2 50a2 75 ,
We call the attention of our readersto Oranges, fair russets........................... 2 OOa2) 50 DEALERS IN
an advertisement in another column Lemons, choke{ per box..................... 2 60a3 00
fair box............;........... 1 75a2 25
Lemons, per C> ::F- 11oT: : : c-:
,.' of' Fay's Water-Proof building Ma- Applesextra, per bbl.......................... 1 GOal 75 :L\I.I: : :EJ T .A. L Ft ,

nilla of notice. Apples, prime, per bbl........................ 1 5Ual 60
an enterprise worthy Apples, common to goon, per bbl...., 1 25al 40 Corrugated Iron, Fire Proof Iron Shutters, kc., Metalic Building Supplies.

'r' For information, and, circulars, address Apples, prime, winter, per bbl......*..... 1 40a a160 State Agents for E. Van Noorden & Co'sMETALIC
Potatoes, Early Rose, per bus........,...
.. CLARENCE M. GORDON, Potatoes, Early Rose fair, per bus.... 55a. 58 SE-IINGLES.: .
,Hart's Block, Jacksonville, Fla. Potatoes, Maine Rose per bus.........? 70a. 75
Potatoes, Burbanks. choice, per bus.. 65a. 68 74 West Bay street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Potatoes, ,fair to good, pr bus 68a 60 ,
.10,000r i. Potatoes, Peerless, per bus.................. 55a 58Potatoes.Peerlessfalr ,
to good, bus 50a. 53 "
:lour old Budded Orange Trees, Potatoes, Mammoth Pearl, per bus... 60a. 65 ,I L :. : I.r Val rico Nurseries,
year '
I Potatoes, ," ,fair to good, per bus. 55a'58 I "
buds ,one year old. These were raised Potatoes, mixed lots, per bun..........: 48a 52 I ; ,/: : TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. t 1:,, ; : c
.. in the best nurseries in the State. Sweet Potatoes, per basket..........'........ 40a 4> .t' if\ : Itllt1ft Itf" 'J:' as, aCatalogue (IIl
culls basket.....: 20a ,25 : 'Cf
Sweet Potatoes' per i ')I ltI: ,' >e."j" -
': ", Price on board ,cars,, only, 95 .;,eachi to Sweet Potatoes ersey, ex., per bbl.. 2 I0a2 25 :a ....j1.fI1ltYh'Iff; ''ott : \ ., 'au Io .

; : reduce my stock.,. Address z;i: {& ', Sweet'Potatoes Onions' near by;;,Jersey N.Y. yellow, fair, per,per bbl.bbl.; 1 2 75a2 50a2. 00 75 Pd d. (",,1tJJvj;. 1- t,.....,.,.ft u N,... ,W. O. TOU-. o....:! ....... .........,..' ,"' I.- I,''"'. '\:. ti'I/o ". ':tI',11'j .., IS". ..!.,..
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T. I" J '' ',. G jH SUTHE13LA1vD ; Onions Western, per : ; ; .1 2,75a3, .10'' t' I" : o//, r e
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1 Onions, Red, per bbl:.. :. .. .;.: : 2 : .. .. Hillsborough O'/i FI")0/ :
.. : ."' 'AredondQrs4) :;: !! / Onions, yellow, per bU8. ..-.. ,';...i.-: : 1-lOal 20 c::> : Seffner. I ..' : 1 .

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". A,job lot of Manilla Pads, ,of .'dif- I I BASON 18RfI. I SEASON 1880 U, ,"o.. "l FAST-, MAIL,. STEAMERS : .

' (;rent sizes, for sale .cleap. Made.of FREE TO ALLA FOR t f

waste paper and just the thing for
36 Page pamphlet on

memorandums.nd Orange and Fruit Culture Vegetable Growing Palatka anfi AllLanfiin. .s sON

0. W. DACOSTA., / .

158 Front Street, New York.

Key West, Havana ,_and New Orleans.

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\tlce\ ;).....ity for Complete Feeding of tree and fruit-Danger from forcing or partial fcrtil-
1 Two Distinct", Manures required for Orange Treea-before and after maturity.
WUMLIABI READ A SON. Kfeet( of the Right Forms of plant,food on the quality of the fruit and the health of the : '
Washington' St., Boston, Mass.,(. I Necessity,, Judicious: and liberal Fertilization to prevent disease and exhaustion in :
orchards-Prof. GOICSSMANN, on the importance selecting; the particular forms of plant
DEALERS IN 1 IKK! that will exert the most beneficial influence on the fruit.
FINE G UN'S. Diseases of Orange" Trees-Die-back, gum disease, scales, Insects, rust, splitting and. -

Agents tor the genuine W. & 0.,'Scott & Sia (topping of fruit-Defective and Fertilization improper disastrous feeding. on the Orange tree, and fruit Steamers H. B. PLANT, of the People' j
Kcsiilts :
Fine Hammerless and Hammer Guns. Also' ; Straw ,Line: and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, of the
fruit like the
j the rapidly maturing
dlmVult to trace more
though more on
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'i t all other makes, both American and EngU h. :De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, ,will run as '
i; i Merl! y and Grape, rind crops like Sugar Beets
Second-hand guns taken In exchange. Some stimulating and Temporary Benefit from nitrogenous fertilizers. They only partiallyeed follows : Leaving; the DeBary-Baya Line
i tine bargains in second-hand now.on hand. Wharf at foot of Laura street:
Send stamp for Illustrated catalogue of-new the crop Are not cheap. in blood flesh fish cotton seed etc. Prof. S W Johnson Leave Savannah, Florida and West-
Waste of Organic,: ,Nitrogen, ,
and second-hand guns. Also of bicycles.Cut ern Railway wharf:, Jacksonville,
in soils.
HI the'wn.te of nitrogen light
this daily on arrival of Fast Mall train..
out. Florida not liable to waste excepting to the ex-
I The Mapes Manures as Prepared for derived from Hone ,Leave Jacksonville...:.........................3:30 p m
I r. :OO-SLOO-G-TcN': : ent, of a small proportion of the Nitrogen existing as.Organic Nitrogen, Leave Palatka...................:................... 8:50 p m
i I about one third of the total Nitrogen. of matter in Commercial Fertillrs Leave Astor............... .......................... 2:2,1) am
f Valuation of Organic Nitrogen in the form Inferior vegetable form Prof. 1 S. W. JOHNSON on same.- Leave DeLand....................................... 5:00: a m
STAMPING OUTFIT FREE! /"'Leaching-inert, unavailable and Waste Nitrogen of some fertilizing in muck- dlents-Phosphorlc: Acid and Potash sel- Leave Blue Springs: ............................ 5:45 a m
Arrive Sanford South Florida Rail
Al Betas fully aware of the I I5l lom found in any quantity Fertilizers in drainage aters-Prof.objectionable WARUINQTON'S and fail testimony to supply plant foodt road wharf.....,. .. ............................:... 7:45am.
Low Priced generally
9 ;eat interest the ladles are "Cheap" Seed etc. Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 8:20: a m
f1 ,1 l f f eking In Kensington Work t reasonable! rates-Kainit,the Fish Cotton.Forms,of plant food-Testimony ol Profs. S. W. Arrive Enterprise........... ....................,8:50 a m
we have prepared'Com Necessity of Supplying Right Leave Enterprise ................................. 9:10: a m
leteOntltcwntalufogbe. OIINSON U A. GOESSMANN and Mr. S. G. HTJBBARD.
I a 1 Perforated Stamping Complete Manure versusSuper.phospl1ate-Dr. J. B. LAWES and Prof. \V. H. JORDAN. RETURNING,

1 ," ti / Patterns bond parchment on best government Paper, Prof. Jordan.Complete Commercial Fertilizer can be depended on to keep up fertil- Leave Sanford, City wharf............,..... 3:50 p m'
i j ill I i.v indefinitely, and dispenses with all necessity of changing or rotating manure Leave Sanford: South Florida wharf
,, y of Golden RodPanslee\'fld Kaiiiit, Murate of Potash, Cotton Seed, etc.-Caution against thelr;use on Oranges. (except on Sunday, when steamers

I [Hoses,Strawberries!! 'Forget-me-note! Outlines Thistles of The Mapes Orange Tree Manure for ;young growing trees, etc. will leave at 11:00: a in)...................... 4:15: p m
t i v BoyGirllingaSpidcrsStorks; The Maps' Fruit! and Vine Manure for older and bearing trees etc. Leave Blue Springs..................v.......... 6:05: p m
; 1. Scollops for Skirts ',Crazy The Mapes Vegetable Manure.-Prof. ATWATER on Complete.Chemlcall\1u.*. or Po- Leave DeLand.....................................',6:10 p m
-- S ig 11 111 SlUchTattorns,Crystal Etchings I tatoes-larger yield and superior xualitv, and less liable to rot than from Farm Manures. Leave Astor.......................................... 8:10: p m
I t! ,: l l t l 11 Tulips! ,Borders.ic., Ac.Fond, 6O In Lilies all,, flow Can The Wants of The Orange-the yound growing and the older bearinc-trees Leave Palatka.................. .................... 1:30: am
ranging In eizelrotnl 1-2! I be the most economically and best supplied. :Arrive Jacksonville............................. 6:45: am'
I d Inches ,also 1 Box Blue Official Reports the State Agricultural Expeiiment Stations on the Mapes Manures;
i Stamping Powder,1 Box: \%bite Stamping Powder, they are found to invariably exceed in richness the published guaranty. (Over twenty an- Connecting at Palatka with Florida Southern
( t' 11'atentrcverslWel'onsetandfullandcomple directions alyses of the Mapes Manures during the past; year, 1885.) Railway; at Astor with St. John's and
( ;j'y for Lnstre Kensington,Aletallia Stamping Flitter aid and ImUeeceot Embroidery Puinting, Kensington,Colors Painting used and, :superior Forms of Plant .Food in the Mapes :Manures. Lake Eustis Railway; at Sanford with steamers -
> 1- mixing of Colors,Ribbon Embroidery,Chenille and Arasene Work, The Stapes Manures the Highest Grade ever made. for,'Indian River, ,and with I trains oft;the
I i Correct Colors of all tho different ,Description ofevery stitch Consumers: Should Know what fertilizers are made from. South Florida Railroad forTampa; Tampa
i nedla embroidery&:c.,making a Complete Outfit that cannot be ICxtracts: from Agricultural Press, etc.Anal'st'4 with the*steamer Margaret of the People's
:. t t HOUSEHOLD Loa ht at retail,the for large leIS than :4.0o.Illustrated To introduce Magazine,FARM devoted AND toJXlr.U of the ,Orange-fruit, seed, stem, trunk, leaves, etc. Line for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee
; .. :; :.' '.,uf t.e Country liOiu.--Aa page 1 f tom.', t:,l.u Rtver; also connecting with the steamships
: : af UufKj Outfits t'O-npl'll! ; iW and ponf/ifttj/ to aoy 2 Judy who REDUCED PRICES FOR 1886-PRICE LIST.1Vhlle Hutchinson,and Whitney for Key West and
wtl16eAa 25,.. '';r" :"i.jt.Mlist/'u!jJ totiMoocy ,, .1'U'llitI.! :' :Flve f,,"jl. I
: Havana Saturday on arrival of South
i ctrf"''- t*' '1d.,11l not nor t'i,..- wtlciactory.! Aidr.el the Prices of the Napes Manures will be lower for the season of 1880, the past every
r j high guaranteed d standard will be fully,maintained. Florida Railtoad train, arriving at Key West.
AKM AND fiQU EHOLf: g 49. Hartford Con
r '< A Full Assortment of these long-tested and. reliable Manures, including the Mapes Sundays and.Havana on Mondays.
I 'TR' "I----: : .. .1 Vegetable Manures, Pure Ground Bone, a selected Brand of high grade Sulphate of Potash, Returning steamships leave Havana on
\\1 1 :.".. .: "tJ'I"' .r u.' "T''r'.J; 'I t' ..'.: Chemicals etc., are kept In stock for prompt shipment, and free of wharf charges, from Wednesdays Key WestThursdays, Tampa
.,LAND OF FLOWER3 IS TEA ,;1 rte warehouse in Jacksonville, Fla. A Pemphlet, sent free, containing guaranteed analysis, Fridays, arriving at New Orleans on Sun
prices composition, directions:! 10r use ; also reports from well known growers of Oranges, days.
I [llrults.nnd Vegetables through the State, giving their practical experience In. using the On and after January 1st the direct service
REAL ESTATE'OFFICE: j 11prInnures.:. between Tampa and Havana is expected to .
be tri-weekly.
lorl TYSEN & SMITH\ Steamers Chattahoochee and Jennie Lane,

AVERY I Our Forwarding Agents, Jacksonville, Fla. of the People's Line, and Rosa and Welaka,
of the De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, leave
I Dr. G. W. LANCASTER DeLand in of the Volusia Warehouse -
a., charge County Jacksonvile dally, at 6 p. m. Returning
3 At _Mloa-iiopy/r Florldn.1I Beresford,, Fla. leave Sanford daily, at 9 a. m.

Lands They unimproved have all kinds: and of those property in the! for highest'sale Dr. J N. BISHOP",in charge of the South Florida Warehouse, Sanford, Fla. Racing by the Boats of this Company is

state of cultivation. Orange Groves, Lake G. D. CLIFFORD, in: charge of the Lake Region Warehouse, Eustis, Fla.BOWKE'R'S Strictly Prohibited
Truck Farms, Town For further particulars )inquire ol
FrontslcVegetableLands the Orange, and the JNO. BRADLEY: Chief Clerk.
place where the Vegetables love to grow. ORANGE GROWER.' Office, 'Waycross Steamboat WharfJacksonville FJa'
There Is no such country under the sun like ,
that surrounding n anopy. Circulars and W. M. DAVIDSON: ,
Information furnished upon application. I General Traffic Agent, Astor Building. .
3I AVERY & BROWN dri. lit C.' D. OWENS, Traffic, Manager,
Flat r.: Savannah Ga.
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1 mar -ly Micanopy, .
t H. S. HAINES, Gen'l Manager,
.. ,_Y{i.. ..,,-i"i, 4 ......i. .. Sept. 1 17. tf Ravannah. Oa.
r 1i7 the Best. THE 1 'y
: Buy EUREKA m. ,
$1.00 :for 13 Weeks. The
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mlum I und Gold Med.
nlatWorld'bFair.New he mailed securely wrapped, to any address in the
I i w Orleftnsoverl2 leading!: ) Lei: for 'l'jll'pe Montson !:
J : >Wlnd Mills.' The Elf. SN receipt of COPIES i One ;,Dollar. Liberal
:- ;UEKA, after a trial Ir discount allowed to Postmasters; Agents and
I ; lasting mos. was pro. Clubs. The ,POLICE ,GAZETTH ,
r nounred the beAt over of New York is the 1\AILE'O ONLY legitimate I
r all and to-day stands Illustrated Sporting and Sensational Journal !
at the head of all competitors. Sizes: 10
published on the American continent. "TITT=? "TUTT' f
I to 18 ft. diameter of wheel either for JL1 Xi/iJjjL' 1 !
r Pumping Power Mills. Perfect in all Apply for terms to
I" parts and warranted Estimates on ap- : Richard. Fox Franklin Square New York. i
t 5Jlplicatlon. Also?tlfn.of the Adorns I>1., .dtLP c-5 ,
; > reel Draft Barn Floor )Horse'ower. k yr'' I
4 Live Agents Wanted. Address Mfrs., '
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if ...... '... ....-........-.. DUVAL COUNTY, FLORIDA. :
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J ==-= By the I County Judge of said, County:
(,.c-'.,; :-----__....... --'="=-":. ': :-;;.:--- IWhereas, Francis E. Cornish: s applied to :
;! WHotel & 1111g.R00 ffi PNf'f.rn'c; o. NFIJ this Courtifor" Letters of Administration on
the Estate of Joseph Remington, deceased,

This fertilizer.was ono of, the, first; sold in : ';heavy crop of fruit and put on an extraor' !ate,of paid County? of Duvalt'
I SANFORD, ELA. Flor Ida for orange groves; and has given gen- 'dlnary growth' through the whole season ;' These are, therefore, to cite ,andadmonish, ,,
JuneiMfSOUJH eral satisfaction. Jt contains a large Amount but the most remarkable result obtained from all and\singular the kindred and creditors of I
---. -. .-- of potash, principally in the form of sulphate, the use of this fertilizer'the"fact that the said deceased be :'andi appear, ''before .ithi
which experience ,has proved. to be better fine and.I bright, and there has been Court, on or, before the 16th day pf, February.\
FLORIDA RAILROAD CO. adapted to the orange. (scarcely a fallen, orange?in 'the grove, while A. D:-1886, and, 'file objections, if .any theT!
t. my own rove, alongside.'which n>aa not fertilized have, to the granting letters as aforesaid,
j SAN.II'OIW4'r.A..! Hept. 11, 18K5. THE DE BARY GROVE. ," has lost almost the entire .crop,.the otherwise the-same will.. be granted as prayed

NOTICE. "nUI'f PREP CNTED FROM: FALLING. earth ,,beneath>, the',' treea'petng'covered' ,with.. Witness my came County' Judge of the
r From aud after this date Hteuu.boatw ;fallen fruit V: "S Countyaforeald\this; .2d. day oft January,l *
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ENTERPRISE, FLA. .1 .regard ;the .form pf potash used In the''repBtrattori
I team Barges, or vessels! of any kind, will be. ,DEAR SIB-I purchased from you last Feb 'of thi, .ert1Ui. r to )be the:.greataetideratum '. w.' A." MCLEAN,
"" \ allowed) to take on or put ott Freight or'Paet ; uary t6n tons of Bowker's Orange Grower; of the'bparjng'groves.\ T County .1
t oengers, or land at the wharf tit'! the Houth which I applied to Mr. FrederiDeBary's',4raIge ...
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t Florida Railroad Company, at Sanfurd, Fla, ? ; groves of bearing trees. The trees @et.. 1(8'( ed) .WBIiV';; !at o.-Manager> '

\::l except Teasels such as are line the or direct lines of advertised steamers or connections other- -i For tree cop .f the most valuable and;tot serest I JPI iCl C."Q.t.&ev& j IJMjupd;"lJJti I i@t erpnot.ELHD' 1 Waf r whoes! 'lMl
tf of the said corn puny and wprklng under .'o ;hls .ban91ptthe' } orange industry, address .d 'j I end POJ! .lston8S.
1 contract with them.* .lOHlI; '_ G A f upnt FBrgJ
f ( ) JAM E. P. ;: ,(i .,r, "q TI"IMfJ ,Ij) ,,:, "br, .
:: Sited INGBPresident.. .e :hi.Di: 1'18 ...,...tre.t;,eay>p&>nralhr; jG1P. I I C'Uw.p6. .lr weds

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; new-comer to G 1
a new country, sometimes SOUTH FLORIDA LAIiBBI
has possessions in his former home -,
cannot Pot Grown Scmi-Tronical;, Fruit
whichrhe dispose of at once without

sacrificing'them or:almost giving them away., Situated on each side of the and ,Ornamental Trees,, BrltefortbolzILLIISTIUTEDCATALOGUE.PLANT SEED COMPANY:AJdrwst,

If time be given him,.he can realize some- Plants and Vines. 110.
South Florida Railroad and its 012 NORTH FOURTH STREET. SAINT LOU3r
thing like their<< value. In such a case ready (Mention this Pspsr3
is No Loss in Transplanting.Catalogue - .. -
money always an object to him and he Bartow Branch

must strive to make whatever cash,he has in ana Price List Free, on application Tested ,

hand go as far as possible. If he buys, .island In the Counties of to the Manager. Address Sibley's sa'edS
paying cash for it, it' frequently le ves Orange on application.
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him without money to build a good house or ? A. E. CHAMPLIN, ,N. Y. AND ..
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plant out his grove and garden. This is a serious nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla.
draw-back,and he must either buy very Brevard, LARGEST SEEn .OUSE IN 'rIlL
poor and cheap land far away from all convene umter
lences of society, transportation,and the like, and Ilillsboroutfh.of .
,.or else he may have to struggle for a long

time in making a start. A plan has been devised Acres Catalogues, with practical hints to

by which a nice lot of,,ten acres of land new beginners:!,free on application. Includedin Send for New Illustrated Catalogue for 1886,
I may be secured by the payment only of the of these are NEWLY acquired Lands, which our list are the very choicest varieties and prices of Field Seeds. Mailed FllEE.
Thornless and Early Fruiting a
interest, five or ten years being give for'the having been for several years reserved from grown.specialty. T. W. WOOD & SONS,

payment of the principal'by' which time any Wholesale and Retail Seedsman, Richmond Tat

man of. industry"or. Judgment, may pay for his"place. sale are now offered. K. W. PIERCE, --

A ten-acre lot costing from $250 to$300, These lands comprise all classes and gradesof
Indian Springs, Orange County, Fla.
be secured and
can possession' obtained at deci4-tt
South Florida soils. Pine and Oak
once: by simply paying $.j or $O every three High

months, as interest, the i ate being that estab- Lands among the Backbone Hills in the famous Established 1856. 200 Acres in Nursery. DESCRI Pr PR/C _,

lished by law in Florida, namely, eight per
cent. Lake and Hill region of the Peninsula. Fruitland Nurseries

" Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas of t ,

CHURCH. table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak P. J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor.The .
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You ask, where may this be done? On'the undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine Will be mailed FREE to all applicants, and to customers of
stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees, last year without ordering it. It contains about t30 paR"
South Florida R. R. (Pemberton !''errs Divis- Evergreens, Roses, Palms, Flowering Shrubs, 600 illustrations,prices,accurate descriptions and TalnaL.j
ion)in Hernando county,is a new place call ed Lands; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich Strawberry Plants, etc.,;adapted to the cli- FLOWER nil varieties of VEGETAISI.,",
Florida fall. and SEEDS, BULKS,etc. Invalu. ito
mate of is this
unusually large
Oriole.'The lands lie not more tnan two miles native grasses affording good pastures for all, especially to Market Gardeners. Send for it.
Among the new fruits, we offer 10,000 trees.of
FERRY & CO. Detroit Mlchic-
from the railroad at farthest, and most are D. M. ;
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Kelsey Japan Plum,
only a mile. Two railroads furnish facilities -
which bids fair to become a valuable market
the South Florida and the Florida thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee, product; also Japan Chestnuts, Prunus Pis-
Southern. A nice class of people are settling sardii, new peaches, etc. Our list of Conifera nraoriesof Lake Woir GO.
at Oriole. School aid Church privileges al- Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- and broad-leaved Evergreen, adapted to a
: Sub-Tropical climate, is doubtless the most
ready,, exist. Daily mails; a general store; a land, Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and extensive in variety in the United States. 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our .
good saw-mill to furnish lumber cheap. Catalogue No. I Fruits and hardy Ever-
Dade City. greens, Roses, etc. trees are very thrifty, three and four
.GOOD ORANGE LAND Catalogue No. Green-house Department. year old stoCK,%to h/ inch diameter, with
AND For further information apply to Land De- Catalogue No.Wholesale listfor the trade one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible -
DRY. only.Catalogue. to Florida Southern Railroad. Send; for
partment of South Florida Railroad Com- No.4-Fruits adapted to Florida. Catalogues. AddressE.
Oriole is intended to be a succession of or- Free to all applicants-address as above. B. FOSTER, Manager
ange groves where settlers may find good land pany, Sanford, Florida.WALTER nov96mosORANCEJHICHTS. dec2l-ly_South Lake Weir, Fla.
at reasonable prices and terms; where winter

. residents may find health and enjoymentamid GWYNN, FOREST HILL NURSERY,
their own groves and gardens; and
where non-residents Janl2-tf General Land Agent.W. 100,000 Orange Trees for Sale Cheap
may have groves made "Heathiest Place in Florida.
for them by persons! who are directly inter- Twenty thousand budded from bearing trees

ested in the success of the work. This idea is M. LEDWITH. F. C. SOLLEE. High, rolling, fertile lands pure water,rail- of the best and four choicest varieties old. Our on stock sour is
road facilities and Northern society. Supe- stocks three and years
gradually getting into shape and a large num- LEDWITH & SOLLEE rior location for fruit and vegetable culture. grown on high, dry, light soil'Ve is hardy,
ber of young groves,are,being started. Oriole A few choice residence lots given to parties healthy and free from insects. aspire to
lands receive DEALERS IN who will build houses. Send stamp for full offer the best trees for the least money. 825
praise from'nearly all who
see to
information.nov to$30 per hundred, according quantity.
them. Having been especially picked out for REAL ESTATE 9-ly C. B. PALMER. J.8. BROWN & SON
orange culture, their desirability is at once novli;-Gm Fruitland, .

.seen. Office, No. 7 Herkimer Block, GENUINEJersey

MAPS FREE. JACKSONVILLE,FLA. Sweet Potatoes Royal Palm Nurseries,

Colored maps showing,location of lots, ave- Headquarters for Haines City Property.HAIN'ES' .

nues, railroads, etc., may be had on applica- $3 PEn BARREL. MANATEE, FLA.

tion. Nearly two hundred persons own land Yield this year over 200 bushels fine Potatoesper
In and around Oriole. Every month new people CITY. acre on high pine land. -
'come,in, new houses are built, new grovesare Budded and Seedling Orange, Lemon and
GEO. HUTCHINSON, Lime Trees; Mangoes, Sugar Apples, Sour
begun, and a general improvement is ob- Limes "
nov29-8t Crescent City, Fla. Sops, Jamaica Apples, 'Spanish ,
servable on all sides. Ten more ten.acre lots eSEOTJIlJi TOWN LOTS. Mammee, Sapotas; etc.; Royal PoincIanas,
are offered on the terms Indicated above, and SIZE 40 FEET, Russian Mulberries. Rare Tropical Trees
OTS IN00 $4. and Plants a specialty.
they are apt to ,
go very soon. Only one condition AddressP.
Send for Catalogue.
i is imposed. 'If a settler, you must settle Lakeview on Kingsley: Lake n

within three months; .if a non-resident, Healthy High Rolling Land with *50 tract buys for a 6-acre FLO I RIUA I W. REASONER,

,J must begin improvements of a permanent I All ORANGE GROVE. ocl2-3m' Box 10, Manatee, Fla.

, : character within three months. There are Send 2 cent stomp for Maps, etc., to

!I fine openings for one or two resident'carpen- Beautiful Lake Fronts. TROPICAL LAND'CO.. FOR SALE CHEAP.Le

".tars, and, for'''quite number of 'ablebodiedmen |P. O. Box \158, Jacksonville, .

:; who can clear land and cultivate it afterbeing REFER TO .Ex-Gov.Jacksonvilleand Oeo. F. Drew, C., -

; cleared. At this writing there are,'at This Is a RareOpportunity to Purchase McLean, St. Augustine.
j .least six buildings to go up at once-if on the nov9-ly Conte Pears,3 years, 45 cents.
Lots on the IligJicat Tractof Le Conte Pears, 2 years, 30 cents.
: pot a number of workmen could find employ Le Conte Pears 1 year, 15 cents.!!!
<*, men t.3v .. Land In Tropical Florida. J. E. M'CINNISS Keifer Pears, I year, 30 cents.
:English Walnuts and Pecans,2 years. 40c.
<&; "P.iv' TO REACH ORIOLE. English Walnuts and Pecans, 1 year, 2oc.

r From' ,, '.Jacksonville' .leave, by'"J.,.,IT.. & K., W. Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block, Fifty trees and over at lower rates.
'.; &R. ;, ,changing at Fla. Sou; Junction at, Pa- Haines City is situated half way between Jacksonville Florida Also one flue "earliiff Orange{ Grove,
''lat.ka Sanford and Tampa, and right on the South splendid location, nearValdo. &j,000. .Easy
to Fla. Sou. R. R., and at '-'Pemberton's .
I Florida Railroad. It is situated on the high- terms. Address,
Ferry change to Sou. Fla.: fluy your ticket to est land in South 'lorida-rich,rolling and WAYCROSS STOCK &: FRUIT FARM,
Orjole You can also healthy This excellent country lies to the REAL ESTATEBought Ga
go by F. B. & N. Co'sroad southward of large, lakes which protect the Waycross,, ;
to Dragen Junction. ,where you'take Fla.. tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The
I Sou. R..R.'as before. Call,on the undersigned fact of the Indians having selected this sec :: and Sold. MOKETON MURRAY, I Justice CHARLES of the MCNARY Peao
/or. further information as to rates business tion of country as a home demonstrates be- Notary Public.
yond a doubt that it is absolutely the richest -
,openings prices.of)lands, terms, etc. ,All letters portion; since it is their aim, on account of MURRAY\ & McNARY.\
(t promptly and cheerfully answered. aversion to labor, to find the most fertile Houses for Rent in desirable portions of the -
tracts;i'thus affording large returns from a city. City property handled and EAST COAST LANDS,
.:.: :. .
W. JB. CLARKSON very'moderate' expenditure of labor.
J .'.... ", Come and see thin town before buying else-. returns made promptly. "Halifax River,"Volusia County Fla.

:t..' Office : 72} W Bay'St., up stairs wher F. J. HINSON, Conveyancing done carefully'! and at short All Lots kinds on of and Grove near Lands River., splendid Address Building ,with-

.Y .K .i ? Jacksonville, ,Fla. Haines City, Polk County, E'i., >motlce. stamp, at Ormond Volusia County, Fla,
dromlar OozTMpond ItOllc1 t.d. d&<31-6m deo 8-ly r
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Our Seed Wareho esthe1a.rge8t1n- ,Our Green-house
New.Yorkare fitted up with every',appllance -> I O Jersey City la the most extensive In :
'' for.the, prompt ,and 'careful America. Annual Sales 2>j Million fl'
filling of orders "
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for 1886, of 140 pages; containing colored plates, descriptions and Illustrations m .1
'of the;,NEWEST,BEST and ,RAREST,SEEDS and PLANTS, will be mailed on receipt of r'l'!Illi S100,000'Worth' Must be'Sold
6 cts. (in stamps) to cover postage ''
NO. 8 WOOTON CLOSED.INCLUDING to:Reduce ,Stock, in the next Sixty ,Days.
: I :PETER" "HENDERStJN It 001 35 '&'HEWTORK.37 Corllandf. Ste, '

Cheap, Medium and Fine Suites,

c:Fl..C>!3J3Y: Gr.cp-VVE: :; OT, Writing Desks of all kinds, Mat-

SAW :MATEO, FLORIDA, tresses, Blankets and Comforters. "

We are State Agents',for the Derby
; Bangor Orange -;Box Shooks and HoopsAND and Wooten Desks. Their Catalague w Noi8[ wOoTEN DESK OPEN.

DEALERS IN will be mailed on application. We will mail our 112 page' ;Illustrated Catalogue -

HAY, GRAIN, BRICK, SHINGLES, FERTILIZERS, ETC. to any reliable ''address. ,

Buy'of Us and Save'25 per cent. Remember, we are Headquarters 'for Furniture
480 sheets to the ream, best quality. both Wholesale and Retail. .
l 10x10, lie.; iixii, 13c.; 12x12, i5c. ocl9-tf C>4 and G6 IV. Bay,.St., Jacksonville, Fla.

." The Bangor Box has been before the orange-growers of Florida for the past ten years; Is
the and of the State, and Is recommended -
used exclusively by larges packers shippers by - -- -
all Commission Merchants as being the NEATKST. LIGHTEST and STRONGEST Orange Box in f'H
''I the market. Sales for the past season upwards of 300,000 boxes. JONES BOWEN '

J See that every bundle is branded ,

<1 CROSBY & GO WE IV, State Agents, San Matco, Florida.ALSO r:
Wholesale Grocers
Ty en.& Smith, JaCksOnvlllei.; S. H. Benjamin & Co., Micanopy: ; Lovell & Pemberton, Le'esburg ,
: ; Wartman tra; E. W. Agnew '& Co., Ocala; C. C. Waite, Reddick; J. M
; I Beddlck, Brooksville; S. Jenkins, Altamonte. auglO-6m *
:Please'Ponder the Following Facts and Act Accordingly.1st. .

fj; ; SEVILLE "
.. ; They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy,,Groceries in the State. .
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.F. r' '-:. Io 2nd. They are doing the largest business of any Fancy ;Grocery establishment -

in Florida. '
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The Finest Town between Palatka and Sanford. ,: 3rd. They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added._ :
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Good Business Point.Finest '''"','r ","""", j',&,'\,.!' ,11.f" i"!,"I,: ,." 4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them. ';,1.Y'4; :'Y':;:
5th. They'issue regular Monthly Wholesale'Price Currents. ,

Lands. Best Paying Groves. 6th. They employ a larger force than any Grocery House in Florida.

7th. It will be to your interest to send for their prices before purchasing

Least Frost North of Indian River. elsewhere. jan'26-tf' .

Write for information to

-vv. ii. :PIIILOw: :: : : ,
dec4-ly BURTON K. BARRS, Seville, Fla.

The Machines areli ht.strong, Send now If you are Interested
in catty-running design and,finibl luiinirable. In for.our,1S6 Farming.; Catalogue,Trucking, which, Strawborry a 'Y ShiDDina Agent Fruit and Voaotablo Packina.

Practical mlM.j fully describes our I.Seed-Drilis, ,(.'n' .
I", Tool

S. L. ALLEN & CO.. Wheel-IIoee, d
1 and Hollow Steel Forwarding and' Commission ;;House S. F. & W. KIR.: I Wharf
1t ,127 and 129 I Standard Horse Hoes : -, ,;, ,
t Catharine,Street,' and Cultivators. Free to all r !

F9XLADXLPEIA, Pi. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Y .. Where growers" supplies are on hand :and for sale,at,lowest possible prices for'

_...- cash or to our patrons. Every necessary convenience. for 'packing, Oranges)

expeditiously, and' in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at, reasonableprices.

i W. N. JUSTICE_ -tf Oranges direct,from the, groves 'for sale'I by the single, box or Car-load.nov30 r .

Wholesale Commission Merchant; r

) No. 813 North Water .Street' JPhliucleipliln. ''


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: Cow. and Helfera bred to beat N.cb.....>ddL
In Circuit Court, Duval County and Ball.
The Arerace Record of 'JTeM''ir.Tbe' tk
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; ,AMANDA, C. ROBERTS, ) It appearing by \\r4c : True Teat, of Us .Merit a
I 'va. }paf ldavit filed that following Mille"and( Butter lleoord' *
hare all' been made br'anlmalvlieWiBour
defendant, Isaiah L..Roberts; does not resideIn F--V. Herds '
the State of Florida, but In one of, the well located on the. T. & O. R. K. and. In .the I
United, States, It Is ordered that said defend- InlIXE.I: : : :. :n.mOOEI.D: :: i
ant plead, answer or demur to the bill filed heart of the Lake Region. Three Cows have over 2D OOO lbs.In'*'year.
In said cause, on the first Monday of February ,Five Cows have averaged over 19 000 a;year.
A. D. 1888, or said bill will be taken as Ten Cows have averaged over! 181,boo Ibt..ID aj ear.
confessed ., $ '1 0 0 ,*. We,know, of about .iO Cows' that haVe made yearly records exc eedID16.000
JAMES M. BAKER, Judge lb.. 8.n'd'14 of them arc,now In oar Herd and have averaged over 17500' Iba;"'25 hve areratred _\
: H. C. PATTIsoN. Complainant's Solicitor over 16,000Ibe.innyear.'63, the entire number In the Herd that have made yearly recordaj Inolud-\
Jacksonville. Fla., October 13,1885) -19-3m will buy a warranted, speculation. or a Cheap! Ing fourteen 3 year olds and twenty-one 2 year olds, have averaged 12,7851bs. S ounces in a:year.
_. ._ _.. .,. _. 'Five Cows have averaged 20.( .Ibs.7/oz./ In a week; ''Nine'Cows have av-
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Home. Lots,17<>x210 feet. BUTTER i 'eraged'10 Ibs: H ozj in a week Fifteen Cows have averaged 17 Ibs.6 oz.
in a week. Six 3 year olds'have averaged 14 Ibn.3 a week.. (Eleven 3 year olds the entire number
60 Fancy and 85 ele Pend for,Circulars. testec1. have averaged J3 lbs.2 J oz.In a week. SiX 2 year olds have averaged Ibs. 1/Hoi. in a week.
Plcturesl Edge Silk Fifteen year olds, entire number tested.have averaged 10 Ibs.83.10oz.Inaweek! .The entire orig
CARDS Fringe, Hidden Name,! &c., 1 .E], II. HIKJKIUAN, 'Prop., final imported Netherland Family of six Cows, two being but 3 years old, have averaged 17.2.3:Iba. in a.
I Songster;1,$50 Prize Puzzle,and week.' 'This is the Herd from which to get foundation stock; Prices low for quality of Stock. '
8 parlor games, all for 10ct... Game of Authors lOctt. Jim3Ul Fla SMITHS; ''POW J::I.l.L. & LAMB, Lakeside Stock'"'Farm, SYRACUSE, N."V:
IVORY CO. Cllntonvllle,>Conn. Jacksonville! ', t I I' I \ .'.... 1 i
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'..*;,,,' The Oldest Seed House in the city. (Established 1875)).


'Gr.A.1 I..I>:E; E>>EJEJt3.:
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handle, none but the'Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free
on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in WINDSOR two to four thousand dollars; two saw and
planing mills running, two stores up and one
'Is the name of one of the prettiest and healthiest office, another store building a Post Office
Hay Corn' ,Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat towns_in Florida, or any other State. established; bakery, livery stable, and several -
Situated on the eastern shore of Lake New- orange groves set oui' miles of streets
,nan, a beautiful sheet of water Home nine
cleared out-in fact the whole face of the
GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS, COTTONSEED& MEAL, Etc. miles In length, abounding in fish. Nine country is rapidly improving
, miles east of walnesville, two miles from
I I Gruelle station on the Florida Southern Railroad -
STATE AGENT FOR and four miles west olCampvllle station PROGRESS.

J. E. Tygert & Co.'sGnurun Star Brand Fertilizers. on the,Peninsular Railroad. During the fall and winter two more stores
are to go up, one church, one academy,and a
teed AnalysIs. LAN. score or more of dwellings. A steamboat is
Windsor embraces a tract of about 4,000 to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
Comprising/ORANGE TREE and VEGETABLE acres, nearly one-half cleared. The soil is the Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle.
\ neither the white sand of so la of
FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE, Florida, nor the red clay of Georgia, but a ACCESSIBILITY.
TRADE:, lWUC dark rich loam, producing excellent crops of
MURIATE OF POTASH, SULPHATE POTASH, all varieties of vegetables or the finest orange Windsor is easy of access. Take the steamer
trees. The higher land is fifty feet above the to Palatka, whence a ride of two hours on
NITRATE: SODA, KAINIT, ETC. lake, gradually sloping to the water. Lots Florida Southern Railroad takes you to Gru-
varying from four to twenty acres, several elle Station;or Peninsular Railroad to Camp-
Prices on application. July 27 tl fronting on the lake. vllle, three and a half hours from Jackson-
ville, and a hack ride of thirty or forty minutes -
IIJ AL'.rIl. will take you there. Hack meets after-

To obtain the Best Results in t The wonderful healthfulness of the place noon train from Palatka.

has been the subject of remark for the pastthirty
years. There are people} now living
.(hen-- that have been residents; for that length We have an excellent site overlooking the
ORANGE" ot time, and who assure us that for a populalake, of five acres, which we will donate to
CULTURE tlou ot seventy; soul!: there. was not a physician any party who will build a good hotel to
called beiore the war In fourteen years accommodate fifty ,guests. No better place
vv hat other portion of country can make so can be fonnd.
good a showing? It is high pine land with
excellent water; sore throat and catarrn soon
Use H. J. Baker & Bro.'s Celebrated
disappear here.Windsor LANDS FOR: SALE.

I ;, 1.ands can be purchased at from Fifteen to
Tnrr CLitllt'Y R. One Hundred Dollars per acre, according to
location, and whether timbered or cleared.
is located on the ridge midway
i J netween ocean and Gulf, giving it a steady Several:; beautiful lake fronts.
climate. No hot nights here and few

If so we would say-take a good look at
-- 'rw Windsor is young-barely 15 months oldWINDSOR before you decide where to settleand .
": ,".II. there are up and in course construction I
'! A Complete Manure; beneficial alike,'from the time of setting out Orange Trees, to fall forty houses, several of them costing from For further particulars, address:
1 maturity furnishing just the plant food the tree requires. It stimulates its growth causing
(t an increase of healthy wood,' Imparting' rich dark green color to the leaves, and largely OK. 33- GeJFFJN.: :
increasing the yield of Oranges. Its effects are immediate,and can be seen in a few weeks, ,
'in the flourishing and improved condition of the tree.:
This is no theoretical fertilizer,'but is the'result of years of practical trial, and very many 17 West Forayth Street, Jacksonville, Fla,
Orange Growers, who have used it for years, can testify to its wonderful effects.

. Mr. C. C. Peasleyt, of Lake Maitland, writes : "In reference to your _april. ___20-6mt_ ___ _h. ___0__R. WINDS 0-It.-
,Orange, Tree Fertilizer, I would say that I have had charge of from eight -
."to" groves for the,last t yearns: have i ried all fertilizers in the Jacksonville and Panama Park
t(9 Market, and have found none better than yours. 1
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Ic>ne ''riaal 'vv'i..1 Convincer: : Els-ta1e :
:Ft.ea1 ; : : .
:iSerid, :.descriptive; pamphlet to p. McQUAID, Jackconvlll; Fla.,

t4: I 'Where a full l 'supply of this :Fertilizer is' ,constantly n hand, or tot AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.Bearing .

f .' Orange Groves choice Building Lots and gllod< Garden land near the city for sale.
r...,''W. ,.' .,:,'' Houses and Truck gardens for Rent and excellent land in lots of half un acre and upwardsin

t- --.t.- ... .J.d..- -..,..-_. ._. good location,for sale on monthly payments to par ties who will improve.
*$Groves planted, .and taken care of.,houses built and improvements made for non-resi
dents.JSSr:300,000 Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale.
a #3- Money to loan on improved property.
J. S. BELL, Notary Public.Office .
Hours at No. 1 Reed's Block,Bay street, City, l rom 9 to 11 A.M.
.. At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p. M. sept29-U

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ru if t: LL ''CHEMICALS -

V<; 4 THE special attention of Shi called to the JEW SCHEDULE arrangements of
these old established Railroads trough Georgia, in co: section with the Cincinnati Southern
MIXTURES FOR DIFFERENT FRUITS AND VEGETABLKSas and Nashville Chattanooga'and St.Louis, Railways t; Western Points. Inquiry into the
represented in nature. Cost only$13.00 for sufficient quantity to:make AT HOME a ton 'merits of the roads that constitute this line, will sat! 'fy shippers as to their reputation fort
of good Phosphate. No dirt, no Salt, no Plaster. A circular on Orange Culture, ant reliable Train movement. These) roads are long establ] I abed, and their Schedules not experiments -
,descriptive. of the use and preparation oflthe\ Powell's .Prepared Chemicals,,,,mailed free .', Just claims promptly,paid. Any Information m regard to the Line cheerfully given.
4. BROWN (CHEMICAL ,CO.' H. ROBINSON & CO. We give below':'1lgures.thatwUlshow. the bestpossibl TIME between Jacksonville, and Cin
I Special AontK, clnnati,and all points''West s f -
BALTIMORE, MD. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Shippers desiring to take advantage of'these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
that their Bills of Ladin 'or Railroad'Receipts, read w:> Savannah and Central Railroad of
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' J i Leave Jacksonville...................................((8. F. & W. K! ................................................. <6:00: pm
IUa'hlY'is absolutely concentrated pure and Iftl I I I Fl Leave Gainesville...,..................................( '............................,.........,...........SlS pm
1 ounce 1a worth a lb." ; < '. .. I I Leave Savannah............................................................... ... ............................................. 0:w pm
.of any other kind."It is strictly a medicine to be given with food. Nothing:on earth will make hens lay like Leave Macon...................... ......,....................................... ................................................i 2:38 am
r it. It;cures. chicken cholera and all] diseases of hens. Is worth its weight in gold.. Illustrated' book by Leave Atlanta.................................................................. ................................................. 9:35: am
.. Dyilnull Sold everywhere, or sent by mail for 25 cents In stamps. 21.4 lb air-tiglit tin cans, $lj ..... ........ .................................................. 8:20:
,.$$1.20. Six cans by express prepaid for $5.00. DR. I. ft JOHNSON & CO., Boston Mass. Leave Boyce......................................................... pm
} Arrive Cincinnati........................................................... ....................,......-..................... 5:00 am
Leave. Chattanooga....................... ................................. ..........................*......................10:20: pm
", ." SUBSCRIBE FOR THE, Leave Nashville,...........................r...................................., ........,................. ,,........,............ 5:15: pm
." Arrive Louisville................... ...........,...........,.................. ....... ................. .......,,............... 6.00am:
- <; W. H. LUCAS Agent G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A..,
>FLORIDA DISPATCH JftfiksonvTlle, Fla. Savannah, Ga.
W. F. BHELLMAN, Traffic Manager,
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ga M : SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1885, Trains will '
W leave and arrive aa follows excepting Trains SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WBST'N
i g DOCO No 11 and No. 12, Dally except Sunday Train I
M 1A1; tt4 rf a No. 11 Sundays only Train No 12 Saturdays I
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t::: LeaveAH PH AX A M SAM Meridian Time, which Is 33 Minutes Sici" r
i '' .... 0 0 = POO t =' Q R. R. Wharf.... ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ than Jacksonville Time.
: :: F:: CI_) Sanford........ 0 8 30 ....... 4 1010 3010 00 9 20 -
= 3 3a tBelair......... 3 8 40 ........ j 22 10 40 10,12, 9 35 ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER
= Longwood... 1 8 56.... 4 50 10 55 10 30 10 10 15,1885, Passenger Trains will] leave anus Hrrlva
Altamonte.. 1 903... 50011 0510 40 10 25 daily, as follows:

..%.:< .... 3I t ... I-f Mai tJand..... 1 915 ......... 15112.)10) 5.510) 50 NEW ORLEANS EXPBEM.
tS: COCD Winter Park 9 25 11 30 11 05 11 10 Leave Jacksonville dally at............. /:80: a m
4 :=:- ;' s: 0 Orlando....... 9 .5 50 11 50 11 23 12 10 Arrive at Jacksonville dally at.......;. 7:15: p m

gal; :: "VQ Ar Ar Ar'l Leave Callahan dally at........;.....:...... 8:08: a m
.M. PM PM PHKissimmee. Arrive at Waycross dally at.. ........... .10:00: a m
S CD .. 40 10) 50 12 40 12 15 1 45 I Arrive at Thomasville at.......... 1:39
&! daily : p ID
H tHalnesCity 61 11 ..... ........ '
Arrive at Bainbridge daily at............ 8:35 m
22..5. ..... ........ 20 p
H art.ow J'nc 6811 + 4 Chattahoochee daily .....
Arrive at at. 4:04
/ s= !. aI g _3. Auburndale 7211 ..... ........ 'a 4.O Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.R..IU:10: p p m m

_- m 0 Arrive at Mobile via L.&N. R.R........ 2:25: a m
p pL c Lakeland..... 8312 ....:. 5 45 Arrive at New Orleans via L.&N.R.R 7:20
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..00 pol Plan City... 9312 : ... .... "d d 6 45 Pullman Buffet Cars to and from
S" .OOd. 3 Seffner.......... 103 1 .. ................. .R 7 30 Jacksonville Pensacola Sleeping, Mobile and New
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Ii- I1J Ar Tampa... 115 1 40 40 ........ ........ 2 815 Orleans.
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.1 aI t* .; .. co .d.. -. Leave Jacksonville dally at................ 1:40"p m

C Wo .o 0P. X00. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..........12:00. m
I Q- il + Leave Callahan daily at..................... 2:25: p m
L ''I < aI v"I.\'t tt STATIONS.Z u A... OZ Leave Chattahoochee t................;....11:10: am
I d' jp ... a Leave ,Thomasville at......................1:20: p m
en: < < a < g E 4 Leave Gainesville at........................... 6:20: a m
-.. rf c+ .... - - Leave Live Oak at............................... 9:35: a m
hj LeaveAM PM A'MTau. Arrive at Waycross dally at............... '4:20: p m
Ti I .. > OQ v _. .pa......... 0 10 (00 ..:..... q 10 50 Arrive at Jesup daily at.....................5:55: p m
o ._ m) Set) er......... 12 1135Pla Arrive at Savannah daily at.;......::..... 7:40: p m
t City... 22 11 40..0. 12 45 A rrive at Charleston daily at.-...... 1:10: a m
Ii- .... .... ffI ffB t-3 Lakeland..,.. 3211 135 Arrive at Washington,D.C.,daily atll:00: p m
., e. PM. Arrive at New York daily at....;.......... 6:50: a m
.... = Auburndale 42 12 50 ........ 215 ,Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Jacksonville
14 Bartow J'nc 4712 30..5 ........ rn 2 45 to New York without change. .
tHainesCity 53 PM Pl\t Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Washingtonto
KIssimmee.. 75 2 3 0015 4 40 Jacksonville.

-- ----- -. -- Orlando........ 92 2 3 5511 10 6 15 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,Jacksonville
& Winter P'rk 97 3 4 101125 635 to St. Louis, via ,Savannah, Atlanta, Nash-
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John McMurray Co.; Maitland..... 99 3. '' ,15.. 4 201135. 650Altamonte. ville and Evansville.
.. 102 3 25 S 4 351150 715
Fancy Poultry. Longwood... IOS 3'35' 8 4 451158 7 40 EAST
Manufacturers of tBelair......... 112 3 50 8 5 00 8 05 Leave Jacksonville daily at...............,'5:00: pm
Ar. Sanford 115 4 00 8 15.. 5 1012 30 8 20 Arrive at Jacksonville daily at........... 7:55 a m
ALnCRT) 'V''RIE R. 'Vharf..... Leave Callahan dally at...............;..;... 6:43: p m
ST. NICHOLAS, ,FLA., Waaonsllrays Carts Buggies Arrive at Callahan.........,.................... 7:11 am
Bartov Brancll.-Daily except Sunday Leave Waycross...................................,7:07pm,
Keeps twenty varieties of pure bred Fowls South Bound. Arrive at Waycross daily at..........;....:6:10 a m
,i J Eggs for Hutching $2 per Dozen. Horseshoeing and Repairing done promptly Leave Gainesville daily at..................,3:50 p m
1 Has Just received a fine selection from the Office Warerooms No. 124 Forsyth St., I Al'ATIONS. Pas Pas. Pas: Arrive at Gainesvilledally at ............ 9:15 a m
best Poultry Yards in this country. dec4-3m Jacksonville, Fla. No. No. &Ft Leave Live Oak daily at.-.....:..7:15 p m
( 13. 15. 17. Arrive at,Live Oak dally at............... 5:50 a m
.. "lISHTRONG A CHEAP) ROOFING Leave Thomasville daily at...;.........._ll:2: ?>p m
I .:.. \(I'' \ Jiasy to applydoes not A.M P.M. P.M. Arrive at Albany a m
A. BRO. "CI \4i\'I',lI.1\ (a a WA ER11pRmOF rust or rat tie. Is also;! Leave.....Bartow J.unctlon...... 7.10 12.40 8.15 Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 7:40( am
w d I UL ''lNG.A SUBSTITUTE for Leave.....Winter Haven.............0 7.25 12.55 8.40 Arrive Louisville via L.'&'P*. R. R.;... 2:20 a, m
i = I'LASTER at Ilnlf' Arrive.....Bartow ..................... 8.00 1.30 9.25 Pullman Palace Sleeping :'Cars between
the Cost. CAllPETS North Bound. Jacksonville and Louisville, viaThoraasville,
and RUGS
! Catalogue of and same.Sam- Albany,'Montgomery and ,Nashville and to

Glee) free. W. H. FAY& CO., Camden, N.J.ree. STATIONS. Pas. Pas Pas. and from Montgomery and,, tainesville.Pullman .
No. &Ft 'No. Palace l bleeping Cars and Mann
( : ::a 14. 16. 18. Boudoir Sleeping.Cars via Waycross, Albany
.- and Macon; and', via'Waycross,''Jesup and
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r Annual of all kinds of Jacksonville and Cincin (
Seed,Bulbs TooK&c. A.M A.M P.M. ;
! w Contains prices,descriptions,;. ve..Bartow........................ 0 5.50 10.15 6.40 nati. Also, Through Passenger Coaches via
( planting directions.illustrations.' IJeave..Wlnter Haven.......... 11 6.2.' 11.00 .15 both routes between 'Jacksonville'' and Chat-
Colored platen, Ac. PRICES .... .... tanooga.
", LOW. SEEDS JtELIABLE. Arrive. Bartow Junction. 17 6.40 11.20 7.30 "
( Palace Cars between
Pullman Sleeping
Llylneston'c Son, Columbus, .
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Sanford and Indian River Railroad.
G i v Originator of Ann a&.P.rteetion.F&TOT- Jacksonville and Savannah, and Gainesville
:v'Jj iti and EKAUIT fw'tIO,l"kt.86 or:S. Daily except Sunday. and Savannah.

v Pas Pas Pas. Pas. Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville -
Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters For Sale at a Bargain. ::-c No. &I't STATIONS. No. &Ft :" to Washington D.C.' -
25. 23.' 24. 26. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars,Jacksonvilleto
---=- Louisville via Thomasville, Albany and
,A'young Orange Grove at Norwalk
:24 LAURA STREET, P.M. A.H A.M P.M. Montgomery.Pullman .
Six nam county in ,trees Fla., on the St. Johns river. o 5.45 7.20 8.10 6.35 5 Buffet Sleeping Cars New York to
JACKSONVILLE Other land well Just coming into bearing. 1 7.25..tS.kI.R.Juno....... 8.OS '6.30 14 Jacksonville, and Cincinnati to Jack>onville.
- FLORIDA house For timbered. Good tenement 3 6.00 7.85 .Fort Reed......... 7.55 6.20 2 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars 8t. Louis to
Williams,etc.on the particulars premises or, call addressT.on Mr. A. W. 5 6.05 7.40.Ar.... 7.50 6.15 0 Jacksonville, via Evansville, Nashville. Atlanta -
,,Gnnsmlthlng done In all its branches. IVEY, Pemberton Ferry Branch.Daily.F'st Pullman and Savannah.Buffet Sleeping .Cars between,

Ashpole, Robeson Co., N. C. F'st F'et F'stc Jacksonville and Washington, and Jackson-
IRON SAFE WOR.kSpecial -- -- ::- M'l. Ft. STATIONS. M'l Ft. ville and Cincinnati.

rates on Stencil Cutting by mail 1 I-X-L WINDMILL )1 19. 21. 20. 22. )t Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
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and Steamship connections, baggage
oct.. .8-tf __ -19,000- P.M. A.M A. M P.M. checked through. Also, Sleeping Car bertha
-- -- -- o 5.15 12.30 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3510.50 75
I IN (18.ItmpUc1t1' and sections secured at the Company's Office
HAS no equal for I II 15,45 1.10 .........Owensboro ......... 9.00 10.15 72 in Astor's Building. 82 Bay Street,and at Depot -
blllty. and, dura- HI( 5.55 1.35 ...........Dade City........... 8.50 9.55 6.5 Ticket Office and on board People's Line
RICHMOND llellabl.dpenfa power.. :.n 6.l5 2.05 ...........Richland............ R.3!) 9.2-56e Steamers H. Ii. Plant and Cbattahoochef.JAS. .
FENCE 4 I 7.35 8.4. ...........La.keland.......... 7.40 s.on 32 .
CHAMPION wanted in all un- ,'t 8 OJ .25 .........Plant City.......... 6.M 6.55 22 I..,TAYTA'H: '.. ,
assigned territory. tJ 18.25 I 5.0etlher.............. 6.25 6.0512: (:;Nnpra) .Pn".n 'ArJAr "?i f.
Puma, Tanks, and .:Wind Mill 7.), 8.s.5 5.50 Arrive..Tampa..Leave 6.00 5.2. 0 R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent.. .. .
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every description a --
Farm and Suburban water i Flag Stat1onBNo.2 stops at Klsslmmeei
MACHINE Works A specialty.. Illustrated i r dinner. Train No. 3 stops for breakfast ati A. J. BEACH &, SON
Catalogue and Prlee-Llst free. i ub$ eland. Train No. 6 stops for supper at ,
1 The Phelps:Bifelow W.M.Co. Likcland.
., ,' Patented KalaBuui.*, M!.*.,..41.16 "'.. Connects at Sanford with Sanford and In IVTJReETlYM ] N.
Oth.&*.$.It.....Olty,Mo. dianRiver Railroad the
Nor.24,1885 ) with People's Line Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and tine,
Agents{ '" 1UIlIeI- -5 u- and( DeBary-Bay ]Merchants Line of Steam. and in good order. New Fruits,among which
l)" selling Perfect Fam-Ily Scales ers forJacksonville and all Intermediate are the White Adriatic Fig, Han Pedro and
y I points 'and with Steamers for Indian River Wh.te Genoa.
Entirely new
to 25 pounds. principle.What Weigh one ounce and Upper St. Johns. At Kissimmee with ,Catalogue free. Address
every family needs and
will buy. Rapid sales Steamers for Fort Myers and Bassenger, and A. J. BEACH &, SON'sep
e surprise old u'gents. i
KissImmee river. At
points on Tampa with Fla.
FORSHEK & .I l Palatka,
Cincinati, O. Steamer "Margaret" for Palma Sola, Braid- -- ) .
BUnds at the head of All wire And picket inn.. entown, Palmetto, Manatee and points on HOTEL KEEPERS !
phinee the most for makins fence In the field, being ARTESlnl\l WELLS. Hlllsborough and Tampa Bays; also, with
ated and completet8lmple. speedy and easily oper- steamers for West Havana and New Bend for Sample Copy of the
It will{ weave having In toe most perfect tension device. Oilcans' and with steamers for Cedar Keys : "

fix Inches Wide* any easily kind twisting ot' pickets a No.tram 8 wire one,and to Flowing Wells of never-falling water speed and Punta Rassa, and Mail Steamers for Key Illustrated Hotel News, [

making fence no stock< will break down at 111' secured by the new Cornish System. West. Connects at Pemberton Ferry with
coat of sixty cents a rod complete. Works a I Florida Southern Railway for all points, Office Park Opera House Block, I
up Terms
Dr down bill or on a level equally well, keeping very moderate. For particulars, address North, East and West.
pickets perpendlcu1ar. easily lumdle Through tickets sold at allregular[ stations JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

A Dwn boy one.can work Write It. for Every circular farmer and price.cnn afford to SOUTHERN ROCK WELL( CO., to points North East and West.FREDERIO The only Illustrated Hotel Paper published.UubaorlpUoa. .

Box 100, Jacksonville, Fla. H. RAND, $: pr Y..lfV
WAYNE AGRJCUL vuqrDS-66' Qen'l Ticket Anent.
CO. Richmond,Ind. B 8tit references furnished. Jan 4 1m oa-t(

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Correspondence Solicited.

Lands specially selected for Oranges and Lemons.
Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers, either for settlement reinvestment.
Town Lots, Orange and Fruit Lands, Cane and Rice Lands, Stock Pasturage Lands. march ft-ly P. Address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
These Lands include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges, Lem-
ons,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane, early vegetables" etc., and are chiefly in the Counties
of St. Johns, Volusla, Brevard, Orange, Sumter'Levy, Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee and
Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands settlers have located on them during the past ,
six months. Do not delay if you want them at the present low prices.
The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice,
Sugar Cane, etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. FOR SALE BY
Address all correspondence about the above lands to'William



E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,
Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange,

90,000 Acres of the Finest Lands In South Florida Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,

THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY. Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Price
according to location.For .
$1.25 to$5 per acre,

Two hundred deep,clear spring lakes within a radius often miles. Their high banks Fla.
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the further information, apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka,
dividing ridge of the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers au inducement to the invalid.
Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating, fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for S. CONANT,
people of taste to acquire a lovely winter home, where all the pleasures and comforts of our L. N. WIUKIE
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the cul-
ture of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the tact that both the South Florida Chief Clerk, Land Department. (sep29yl) Manager
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most
desirable, locality In South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and up-
wards, and will be sold on most favorable terms to improvers or settlers.

ANCLOTE, HERNANDO COUNTY.At : British, Colony of Roxburgh ,

the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast high land in full view of the
ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and,orange
groves, rich bottom land perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 200
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after NOW FORMING.
looking over the whole State. Post-office, store, church school, saw-mill and all requisitesfor
a settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-
west. -
This Company have also rich and alluvial lands In Sumter, Alachua and Orange Counties inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The
,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It, woulddo Special
well prospective, purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before purchasing -
elsewhere. town is only 5 miles from the metropolis of the State, situated on one of the


For address, leading railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville.
BLUNT A WHITLEDGE, Bartow, Polk County, Florida.G. .
M. MORRISH, Anclote Hernando County, Florida.J. .
.,E. LAMBETH. Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida. Address
A. C. MARTIN Macklnnon. Orange County, Florida, or to J. C. ROXBURGH,
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford, Orange County, Florida.
nov24-lyr _, nov2tf 39 West Bay St., Jacksonville, .Fla.

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I the name of Barrs & Hunter, we are now t 1 ( < : I prepared to buy and sell city and country : ,. f't. "Jf "
t!:i \ A. & G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Co. Real experience Estate,and as can the only full those confidence who have of great thej 1.' :; ::'' !I'M', '

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2,500,000 f.. '
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i sale inJEastJand South Florida, adapted to the cultivation of Tropical
:1" Fruits, Sugar Cane, Rice, etc.

. t 'PRICE, $1.25 PER ACRE AND UPWARDS. G. L. T-A.BER., Proprietor

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Peach Trees a specialty
.i Full,information and circulars forwarded ,, Pears both standard and lJwarf; Japan
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Plums Quinces, Grapes Figs, Almonds
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Ga................. 40 SiO 00 Cedar RapId Ia.......... 1 33t 199 50 Fort Scott, Kan132. 200 00 Loganspo, hid..... ..... 85 140,00 PortSmouth, 01iio...;:..;. .'.80.180:; 00' .
Atlanta, o a................... qO: 7000 ChampaIgn, 111............. '90,150 00 Gallion, OhIo...........;. ...' 8S 14000 LIncoln, Neb. .............. 15] 220 00 Peoria, IlL................... 85 140 00
Atchison, Kan,1 16-:?: 175 00 Dalton, Ga.............. ...... 50 87 50 GalUpolls, Ohio........... 90 150 001. Macon,.Ga:............ .,..... 35 ,6125 P1ttsbu Pa.... ....!...... 112 16700
AdraIn, MIch................ 90 1150 00 Dayton, 0.. ... ............... 80 13000 Grand Rapids, MIch..... 90 150 001' Mobile, Ala.......:..:.:!.:..... 50 87 50 Quincy' Ill.........:.;;.;....:. 1 18 181 00
Ann Harbor, Mich...... 90 150 00 Delaware, OhIo............. 80 180 00 I Henderson, Ky............. 70 110 00 Mon1Il'omery.: ,Ala....... 40.70 00 ...................... 50 EfT 50
Alton, Ill. ..... ............... il'85 140 00 Defiance. Ohio.............. ,,85 140 00 Hickman, K y................ 70 115 00 Mansfield, Ohio..... ..... 90 150 00 Romeiua. Ill.,.......,. 1,15 175 00
Anniston,:Ala.............,. X40 20 00 Detroit. Mich................ ,,90 150 00 Indianapolls........ 80 180 00 MassIllon; Ohio....:.;!..... 9050] 00 Rochester, N. J'Y.... -.!...:.. ; .,' 177 00
Birmingham, Ala.. ..... r.fO 10 00 Danville Ill,,..............,. 85140;; 001 JeffersonvJ1le, Ind.75 123 00 Mt. Vernon Ohio.80 130 00 Sandusky, Ohio...:.;.,.; 00 150 00
BloomIngton, Ill ......... 90 150 00 Davenport Ia. ........... 1 10 178 Jacksonv111e, Ill...........f 85 14000 MemphIs, ''Fenn........... 60,105 00 Sioux CIty, Iowa........... 1 32 190 00
Burlington, Ia?............ 1'07 176 00 Dubuque, Iowa............ 90 150 00 JOllet'Ill.;...... .......;...... 85 140 00 Milwaukee, Wis.;.;:....... 90 150 00 SprIngfield, II!......:....... 1 22 195 00
BellevIle.IlJ....?........... 85 14000 Des MoInes, Iowa........ 1 4S 216 00 Jefferson City, Mo..,.....1 125 18000 Madison; 80 130 00 St. Joseph. Mo................ 1.16 171) 00
Buffalo, N. Y ................. :12 167 00 Denver, Col.................. 2 8t 360 00 Knoxville Tenn .;...... 60 10,5 00 MinneapolIs, Minn.,..., 128 r 10'250 St' Louis, Mo... ....... ..;... ,85 140 00
Bars CityMlch.: ............. 1 00 170 00 DIxon, Ill.....:.........,....... 90J 150 00 Kenton; OhIo...,...........,' 99 142 00 Madison, Wis...... ......... 1 28' 173 50 Saginaw Mich.......... ,. '95 160 OO(
Tenn............,_ 78 150 00 ElyrIa, Ohio........,......... 1 06 149 00 Kalamazoo, Mich......... 90 150 00 Montreal, Canada........ l..n 202 00 Springfield; Ohio.........:! 90. 137 00
Cleveland, 0...?...... ...... t90 150 00 EvansvIlle, Ind........... 75 125 00 Kansas City, Mo ........... 116 17500 NaRhvilleTenn; ....,...... 60 10'' 00 SPaul'Minn1' ; 25 192 50
Cincinnati Ohio.......,. ZO 11500 East SagInaw, Mich95 160 00 Lansin/Mieh./ ......;...,... 100 17000 Newl Orleans.................. 60 105 00 ToletloJ ..........,.....:. 90', 150,00
Cairo, Ill.. .................... 15 125 (00)() East St Louts, Ill........ 85 140 00 LaCrosse, Wis.............. 1'41 20800 Newark, Ohio............... 90 150 00 Terre' Haute, Ind .;........ 80 130 ro
Columbus, Ky.............. 70 lli 00 Emp01.laKan.?.,.......... 1 56 2.1250 Lima Ohio.............. ...... 80 lRO 00 Omaha; Neb.....,.....:....? 1 16 17500 Toronto Can................. 1'3': 178 00
Columbus, Ohio........... 80 1.30 00 Erie, Pa......................... 1 12 167 00 Lafayette, Ind.......;....... 85 140 00 : Ottawa, Can.::..,............ 1 30 200 00 'Topeka'IKan::..;.?.....:;.. 1,40( 2m50; ,
F ColumbuR, Ga............... 40 10 00 Fort Wayne, Ind......... 81' 140 00 Lancaster, Ohio........... 185 140 00 on City, Pa.................... 1'12'' 167 00 Urbana, Ohio.:..-............ ,,80' 130 00
CouncIl Bluffs Ia......... 1 41 208 00 ', Findlay OhIo............... 1 02.144 00 Leavenwortn, Kan ...... 1 16 175 00 PekIn, 'Ill. ...................;. 00 150 00 Wheeling. :Va.1' 12 167 '00'
ChIcago, Ill................... 85 140 00 /Fremont, OhIo .,..:......... ,.1 04' 143 00 Louisville Ky;.......;....... 70 115 00 PanaIll.....;...............:.. ,,85 140,00 WinnipegcMan; ............ 2 40 37950
t Chattanooga, Tenn...... 50 87 50 Fort Dodge, Iowa........ 1 '49 244 50 Little RockArk: :..:.....,. J..2O 1 165 00 ,Piqua, Ohio.................... 80 13000 '
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JacksonvilletJ allahan and Live Oak...................?............................................ 20 40 ,5 501, 40 80 40 80 40 80 40 80' 40 RO 40 80 .40 ,'80 54 96
Gainesville, 7ew Branford......?.......................................?..................................... 25 50 30 60; I 45 90 45 90 '45 90 45 I 001 45 90 45 1/90 4.5 90 60 110
Landings on St; Johns river.................:.................................................................. 30 6'' 35 701 501,100, 50 1 00 '50 100 50 1',001'' 50 1100 50 / 50 1100 63 '1 16
Stations on Fla. So Ry.north of and including Ocala ..................,...................... 45 .91 I 50 !1001 65 1 30 65;' 130 65 1 30 65 130, 65 130 65 1 30 65 130 179 1'46
Stations on Fla So. Ry south of Ocala ................,...,.,........................................ 50 1.0' 55 10'' 70 140 70 1 40 70 1 40 70 1 401 70 140 7&& 1 40 70 1 40 84 156itations
on Fla So Ry., st. J. & L. E. DivisIon......?..........,......,..................,....... so 1 00 5.5 11 101 i 70 1 40 iO 140 70 140 70 1'140! 70 140 is 1 70 1 40 84 1'M
Landings Lake Santa Fe.....................................................,............................... 45 90 50 00 i i I 65 100 65 1,30. 65 180 65 1,3&1;, & 65 130 130 '65 180 80 :148
Tam pa........................................................................................................................ 515 1 10 60 ,,1 20 75 1 50 7,1) 1,50 75 1 50. 15 ,, 75 1 50 75 1,60 75 '1'50 88 ,,1 M
Landings on Manatee River........................................,..,..,.,.....,............. .............. 5.') 110 60 .1 20 i, 75 1,60 75 1.50 ,,75 1 50 75 1 501 1 50 75 1 f50 75 150 '90'1 66
Stations on J., St. A. & H. R. Ry..........................?........?......?.?.....?..................... 3.1 60 38 70' ;: i 53 ,,100: 5.1 1 '.00 53 1 PO 53 1 00, 53 '1 00 53 1'00 5.1 100 '67 1'00''
Pal atka.............;?............................ ..............?....................?................ ..................... 25 50 30 60, 1 I 45 90 4.5 ,,90 45 90 45 90f' 45 00 45 90 45 00 58
St. Augustine............................................................................................................. 33 60 88 70 : 53, 100 5.1 1 00 53 1 00 5.3 1 53 log.53 100 53 100 67 1 16
stations on J. T. &K. W.Ry ...... ............................................................................ : o 60 35 70 1 1 I 50 100 50 100 50 100 I 50 1 001 50 50) 1 00 50 100 67 1 16
Landings on Lakes Eustis and HarrIs .....;.....,.....,.....,..,.,...... ............................., 55 1 10 60 1 20 75 150 75 1 50 75 1 50 75 1 50 I 75 150 75 150 75 150 90 166
Stations on South Florida Railroad I '
From Belair to Bent's, inclusive."....,...........,............. .................:,:......,...... ...., 31 70<' 40 80" 55 1 10 55 1 10 ,,55 110 55 1 10 55 ,11,10 gg 1 10 '60:1: 10 68 126
From Longwood to Orlando, inclusive.....,......................... ........ ......:;.. ......... 40 RO 45 901'" 60 1 20 60 1 20 60 120 60 1 201 60 130 120 20 78 136
From GatlIn to Lake Parker, inclusive.r... ..........,......... ...... 41) 90 50 ;,100'' 6.1 I 80 65 1 30 65 130 65 1 301) H5 65 180 65 130 78 148
From Acton to Bartow 1 nclnsive.............,..:.......,........,.................,...........,... ... 50 100 5.1)) 11 101 I 70 1 40 70 1 40 70 1 40 70 1.401 ,70 .1 4&& 70 I 40 65'1 1 40 83 1 56
Stations on F. R. & N. a0. north of and including Ocala............................. 4,5 90 50 11 00 65 ''I 30 61! 30 6.1) 130 65 1301 6.5 1 65 30 70J 40 30 79 1 46
Stations on F'. R. & N. Co. south of Ocala...............................................,..,.,...:., 5o 100 55' il 10 70 1 40 70 140 70 140 70 1 401 70 1 10 70 1 4g l 84 l 56
Stations on Sanford & IndIan River R. R.............................'...............;............., 3.1 70 40 80 55 1 10 55 1 10, 55 1 10 M 1 l0I 55' I "10 sg 1 10 55) 1 10 68 128
Stations on TavareR Orlando & Atlantic R. R.......................... ...;...'.................. hO 1 00 5.51/ 10! I 70 ,1 40 70 1,40, .70 1 40 70 1,40., I I 70 1 40 1 75 140 88 165 i
Gulf points north ;.r'ampa......................................................................,............... 55 1 10 60 1 201 75 1 50 75 150 75 150 7Ji 1 50: 75 ''I 50 75 150 150 90 168 \
;, Gulf points south Tampa...................................................................;.::.:............. 75 1 50 80 ,,160''; U5 190 95 190 95 190 05 190'' 95 190 95 190 I 95 t 10 206 I

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CONNECTIONS.Double The capacity of the Standard.barrel must not exceed that ordinary flour barrel. J
Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excesw'ol charges.' 1.
dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 250 Standard ''Boxes. Excess of this
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior a n"+"i' will ho "hsrtrArt' ''Jh1wn- n+s must be to one destination nn I
and Coast points, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one consignee, shipments: 'i .
Providence. Prepayment of'lrelght will not be required, but good'order and condition of
Tn-weekly;connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savan- will be an absolute requirement.. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
nah'Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage, however
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless It. be from ,negligence, and that such, loss must attach' ., .solely toy .the..
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. company upon whose line such negligence may be located. '
Weekly connection' for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good faith to connections at those points will not
Savannah every Thursday. I be subject to correction by this Line. ,
the full name and address of the consignee must, be given for Insertion in
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case
Saturday, Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
Railing day of Steamships are subject to change without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates. -r on
-- No single shipment talren'for less than $1 to Boston, New York, (Philadelphia and Balti
TN FORM.ATION: 'OR SI-IIPPE ,' more. If shipped beyond, they will be charged in addition the single package rates of con- r
netting lines and, cost of transfer. -
To make through rates from points tributary to the above., add the rates of connecting Stencils/shipping receipts and inforniatlon'furnlslU: d on application to any ol the agents
line to above rates. ,.<.,:;h l' ; 1, For further information, if needed, apply to Agents of the lines, or to .,. c''O.IDOWENS
The dimensions of the Standard Box for Oranges are 12x12x0 inches, and the weight !It <. JAMES L; ,TAYLOR;, Bavannah: t'i.Mi -U G*,.
..Umated atBO pound. ; Vra111c :Managerj Savannah, Oa. Gen'l.Freight.Ag. ,



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With descriptions of FRUIT AND PRODUCE

t TROPICAL AND.... '''SEMX-TROPICAL-- CCMMISsICN: : : : :MES: 0 :s:: .A. : TTS.,
Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines', Berries,, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc, etc.

Together. with full descriptions- of'.-all- 'the. SOUTHERN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY.

CHOICEST VARIETIES, OF ORANGE' 4?LEMON: TREESi 3O Jan and 22,tf. 32S North Delaware Ave., Philadelphia

Also Price List. Send for Catalogue to'
Established 1871.
W. W. ,I3A.WKINS::: : sz. SON, :E>rops.,


GEORGETOWN :F'lFI.Jxr: : .A.r-TI> :I'i.OwcEI,

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Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
Budded roved varieties, and on, good healthy stocks. out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. June8-ly
Alsq, JAPAN LECONTE ,PEARS, GRAPES, ,and general line 33STA.BJL.IRHE !> 1875.
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, "t,
..A.RO: WARR. : Georgetovv-c.: Fla
May IB 83 tf .,
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Commission Merchant and Forwarder
McBRIDE &. KINeSBTJRY, Proprietors,
Railroad Wharf Jacksonville Fla.
l' .- Branch PackingHouseVaycross' !! Railroad Depot Gainesville, Fla.
-'-Nursery at Point LaVista,four miles.up/the St.Johns River. Boats land at wharf, at
the Nursery. A full supply of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, suitable for the climate,ol oranges: :Lemons: : ,
Florida.. ,Orange Trees Budded from Bearing Trees. Only the Largest or King Seedlings se And other Fruits and Vegetables
lected for Stock. A large supply of Two-Year-Old-Buds on hand this season.. Budded Trees ,
from 10 cents up. Groves Set Out and Warranted.
REFERENCES-Bank of Jacksonville; Prof.Halliday,of State Agricultural'College. Cat- PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.
alogue sent on application. sep4-6m Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.

Green: J.eD1.C: : : >:i 1S


A''full stock of,approved sorts of ORANGE and LEMON Trees-One, Gr-rc: >'vv era' : :

Two and Three-year buds. Trees fine and thrifty. Ornamental Evergreensa Have a full'stock of Growers'Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin.Wood for Orange
Boxes+ ,which''makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box in use. Beach
specialty. Send for catalogue.sep (Bangor)Thin Wood,Dressed Pine Heading,Hoops,Manilla Orange Wraps,etc.,etc.,all of
the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.

-6m MAXWELL, ANDERSON & CO., San Mateo, Fla. Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car.

Send for Circulars( and Stencils.! sept -tf
Refrigerator Transportation for Strawberries and other Fruits to

Northern Markets.

rang: : an-c1 L emc: >-rrees,

LeConte.and: Keiffer Pears, Peen-To and Honey Peaches, Grapes, Figs, Mul-

berries, Pecans, Filberts, Pomegranates, Guavas, Bananas and other trees BOWEN'S PATENT REFRIGERATORS)

suitable to Florida. Our stock is thrifty and free from Scale or other para- Will be prepared to carry Strawberries for growers in Georgia and Florida to Northern
sites. Catalogue:post free. Address markets during the coming season.
For rates and all information apply to ,

F. S. CONE, Manager, W. H. PILLOW, Jacksonville, Fla.dec73mos .

oc5-tf Crescent City Florida.
.. GEO. B. EDWARDS, Charleston, S. 'C.

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/1 '. The: Orange an. I. LeDLe: : OFFICE,LOJNGE. M i ANUFACTURE Chairs and thoBKST LIBRARY CHAIR

in variety, other Citrus 'Fruits, Peen-To and ,Honey ;Peaches, LeConte and They Lounges have in all the thc World diflerent y

Keiffer:Tears, Japan'Plums, Japan Persimmons, Figs, Guavas,',Grapes etc. Reclining Positions, t
and can bo rigidly fastened -
CATALOGUE FREE. at any angle,a feature
found only in their goods.
Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton They are durable & simple
with variety of designs -
Island, St. Johns River. INVALID and prices to suit.
of FURNITURE, see them
aug244y' lakeland, Pollc: County, Fla. I before> buying. ,
_____ + r They also make Physi
1.JFl..SE1F1.JESj : "'w cians'Chairs and Reclining -
P AJEI.VZEIVV; : : : l Rockers. ,

..J..' Offer xor the season of 1885-6 a choice stock of


Consisting of the well-tested, named varieties, Homosassa, Magnum Bonum, Mandarin, z Believing that if a w man has dealt squarely with his fellowEaob -
Tangierlne, "Mediterranean Sweet," etc. Also' men his patrons are his best advertisers,1 Invite all to
,, make inquiry of the character of my seeds. among over a
'. Sicily Lemon, Grape ,Fruit. Shaddock, Lime, VSSSD.---- used million them of Farmers during ,the Gardeners past thirty and Planters years. Raising who have'a
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; ; large portion of the seed; sold,(few seedsmen'ra.lse tb'eseed
and yellow
FIGS'in'varlety: including the White Adriatic CATLBY QUAY, both red q r they sell I was the first seedsman in the United
Vines and hrubs suited to the climate of Florida. new Vegetable and Flower Seed Catalogue.; for 1888 will be
,Catalogue with prices sent on application. Address i tent JfKEE! to all who write for it. Among immeni-e. variety,
1 ,< 1 my friends will find in it(and In none other) new di nmli Aid, Cab-
O. It. '.TIIACHEU, JaaJlugcr base,Just about nsenrlv.<.I Hc nltr>uii'F-biit, nearly liviott a.
oe6- m "I I *, JanMateoputnatuJounty: ; ; Fia..i IlU'P I Jfuaca it II.Grc Ql.,1b"'blehc"dt, ,D1utu

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OCEAN STEAMSHIP LINES. Practical Experience Proves that

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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. THE CLARK'S COVE GUANO Co.

Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES

Georgia Florida Alabama the South and Southwest.
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First-Clams Passenger Accommodations. d i _-:2 S. -I
No Trtin 3liii>inciil. -O 4'.i1" No ISxtra Jlan
Cabin Passage, $20 ; Excursion 35.00 ; Steerage, $12, O toO V a ILL
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Tl>e superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from m(

Boston every Thursday at 3 P. Al., and from Savannah a.s follows : .. i .:r....". Y rn
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GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge....................................................:Thursday, January 28!, at 1 12:30 p. in Q
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley ..........................:............Thursday, February 4, at fiOO: p. m __ :c.:s r
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge....................................................Thursday, February 11, at 10:30 a. m 'g J/
CITY OK MACOr Capt. Kelley...................................,......Thursday, l February 18, at 6:00 p. m QCO m
GATE CITY. Capt. Hedge... .... ..........................................Thursday, February 25, at 11:00: a. m &
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...............................................Thursday, March 4, at 5:00: p. m
GATE CITY Capt. tiedge........ ..............................................Thursday, March 11, at 9:30: a. m AR1: TI-1E EST IN TJWIE.
CITY OF MACON: Capt. Kelley...............................................Thursday, March 18, at 4:30: p. m
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.............. ........................................Thursday, March 25, at H ::00 a. m Prof. Isaac Stone, in hfs article on Orange culture in the trade edition of the Times-Union,
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley............................................... Thursday, April 1, at 4:00: p. m October,1885' says: Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees,the Clark's Cove Orange-
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge..........................................................Thursday, April 8, at 8:30: p. m TeeFoodL gave better results than any other used." Send for Pamphlet and full particulars -

Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah, Florida t WIGHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER, State Agents.
and Western Railway, and connecting with.East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. dec7-tf
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the b island Route.W. .
H. RIN Nickerson's Wharf, Boston.F. .
W. NICKERSON & CO., General Agents Bosto
For Freight, Passage, and Rooms apply to RIC ARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah -

For Tickets, Ga. apply to Waycross Railroad Offices. VC-flE BLUECS SASS SULKY PLOW
.epl-85 HENRY R. CHRISTIAN/ G. S. Agent, 24 Bay Street.



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55 to 60 Hours n w 2-:: .As the BLUEOBJISS sells!: Oil (JJ a Ca
NEW YORK Q O Jt-* sight, and requires 110 labo- _. ITI :::'r.,.
between zIckSAVANNAH op PIOUS talking : : ;:g
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Passage Rates Between Savannah and New YorK Vv; ::'- -. =1.--
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To or from New York, Cabin, $2i; Steerage, 813: ; Excursion (return trip), $43.50. (H ''f :-I:!.C";: (;
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: .,.... O Sco -t.i ,!-"' .... () ;:.'::1-;:
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FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. sCAN .... 4 ". -:';::1i..J'1. _o"o './J.4..,

CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine................,..,...........,........Friday January 29- 2:30 m .
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton................................................?Monday, February 1 1- 4:30: p.p. m BE HANDLED BY ANY ONE WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS.A
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher............................ .............Wednesday, February 35:30: p. m convincing proof of the superiority of the Bi.mniASR: over any other Sulky Plow is!:the
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson.........,........................... Friday, February: 57:00: a. m fact that \vo place it with farmers everywhere? .
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett-........................Monday, February 8- 8:30: a. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine..........,......................Wednesday, February 10-10:30 a. m GrON": Ta.r.A.Lot .
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton..,...................,............................Friday, February 12-12:00 n'n a solitary one has yet been returned. T\v\ i;; unprecedented in the history of improve. '
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher,.......................,.......,................Monday, February 15- :3:00: p. m implements.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson............................Wednesday, February 175:00 p. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. 0. Daggett............................ Friday, February 197:00: )a. m THOS. SVIESKLE $c CO. .
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.....................................Monday, February 229:00: a. m ,
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton..............,..,.........................Wednesday, February 21-10:30: a. m Manufacturers of
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher.,................,.,,.....,.......................Friday, February 20-12:00 n'n

[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.] CULTIVATORS
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett............. ......................................... Saturday, December 54:30 WALKING AND RDaC! ,
DESSOUG, Capt. .....................................................,.......Saturday, December 129:00 a.m p. m
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett....,....,.......,......................................Saturday, December 19- 3:00: m COTTON AND COP"3 PLANTERS" &c., &C,?
DESSOUG, Capt. ...........................,.................................Saturday, December 26(- 9:00: p.a. m LOU I r; :"'(7"! ,'... ray; KY.

THESE PALACE STEAMERS, -- -.. .. -- -- -.- .- -----,
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and
the Sea Island Route
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North, East and Northwest
via Savannah. For further particulars apply to
HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL Agent 100 ao :oas
Pier No. :35. North River, New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah, Ga

J.W.D.L.HASHAGEN JAMES, Agent, Eastern, 13 S. Third Agent Street) Sav.,,Philadelphia.Florida & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway N. Y. OF HARD WOOD CUT WITH ONE FILING BY ONE OF OUR CELEBRATED

For Tickets apply to Waycross Railroad Oftlces. For Rooms apply to G. M. SORREL
aug I, '83-ly H. R. CHRISTIAN, Gen'l Soliciting Agent, 62 Bay street.
Thlo is the record of a practical Indiana Sawyer, with the King of

u _____. .__ ._ ____ __ _._. _._ _____ Saws, made from our Special English Tool Steel capable of holding an
edge onger tban any other saw made. We challenge the world to equal It.

SEA ISLAND COTTON SEED MEAL. ,. 'i'.1.1':11. -;\ '.,. ........ ..
.". ",.,..}. 1."oi." ( ""'..:...': ....t., / ., ,
k The Cheapen Fertilizer in the market.ANALYSIS ,.,.1, Z5Jd" : i'W .$fl i\I\ :-4. -
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Moisture........... .........................................:................................................. 8.UOpercent. H f'-
Nitrogen, equal Ammonia .............................................,........................................ 7.00 u ., Handles and Punished either
Phosphoric Acid, equal Bone Phosphates.......,...,............,....................................... 5.11" cats Price thin,back.$1.00 Any per one food sending, Including: this card, with an order Gauge.for a Saw of any length, will regular be presentedwith gauge or
Potasb,1 to IX" one of our Celebrated Criterion Saw Sets. We take this method of introducing these sets to the
OeaeralJLff for Maditon Oil Mills Car lot shipped from Mill direct when
desired ,
nov64in n:. Dudley Ooloxuu.ii, .it- "ent;, New1 L'4 Ox-lOUn..