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:
February 1, 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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TREES AS WINDBREAKS.Some :more pines, but there is urgent needof cept wind or sunshine. Florida are not understood; her un-
more oaks, magnolias, hollys, red In a state of nature the orange is questionably great resources are not
Practical and Timely Sugges- 1 bays> and other trees having dense, evergreen found growing in deep hammocks, under half developed; increasing experienceshows
tions for the Coming Arbor Day. foliage. There is urgent need larger trees, and leaf mould is their more clearly the need of exper-
throughout Florida, of protection natural fertilizer. In cultivating the imentation. We need experimental
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., January 23. gainst the frosty winds from the north I tree we should conform in a measure to farms more than experimental laws,
/rto the Editor of the '7imes-! Union: hick sweep clOWn on our groves and! its natural iequirementfe. Every grove agricultural and forestry commissions
The recent proclamation of the Governor gardens "like the wolf on the fold." should be bordered by hammock, at more than constitutional'.,'\;uventions.'Ve .
: of Florida calling public atten- They blight our favorite industries and least on the northwest, and a few live : have some laws fit only'for no-
tion to the forest interests of this State cause incalculable loss,_ both direct and oaks in the grove are of advantage. I mads, and too many which are framed/
md setting apart the 10th of February indirect to the State. There is no Isolated water oaks are too liable to be in the interests of politicians, and arc ./ l
as a day to be especially devoted to safety for grove or garden without blown down. Where there is a deficiency oppressive to the better class of cij.-'" '
those interests, is the initial step of a high surrounding walls to ward off of hammock surrounding this I izens. It seems, therefore, like a gle-am:
nuch needed movement and it is to be these;:; winds, and without such defencesall should be supplied without delay by ''of sunshine from a dark sky when\
ioped that all intelligent citizens and efforts in semi-tropical farming will tree planting. The Governor's procla- there issues from the capitol at, Tallahassee -
specially all teachers throughout Flor- end in ultimate defeat. I have been mation came at a most opportune time. such a message to the people as
(da, will unite in such an observance told that in Italy high stone walls are The frost which followed so.soon after the Governor's recent proclamation.
>f Arbor Day as will render it the built around orange groves. We in gave startling emphasis to the admo- It encourages us to hope for somethingbetter
riost profitable holiday in the year. :Florida cannot build stone walls but we nition ; warning was added to precept, to follow for legislation rif a
There is little use of urging such a can build wooden walls, walls of woodsof and it is to be hoped that our peoplewill really useful nature. Certainly Gov-
uovement unless self:interest be ap- hammock. All past experience has heed both. The people of Ne- ernor Perry will use his influence''' to
:)ealed to and it may be more difficult.n proved their utility,. and recent expe- braska, on their last arbor day, planted bring it about; home influence should
this State than in any other to conduce I rience has emphasized the need of them. seven million trees ; let the peopleof be brought to bear on our legislatorsby :
the people that this is a home interest During the first night of the recent Florida plant at least one million their constituents. Viewed in\
of prime importance. Anyone cold spell I carried a thermometer oak trees around their orange groves the light of recent experience it is a \ '
will concede the importance of forestryin from point to point in my grove, and and around sites for future groves on question whether the State has most to \
the old countries of Europe where it found that the temperature varied from the 10th proximo. By so doing they fear from the cold waves or politicians;
has been treated as a national interest 20 to 28 in exact ratio to the proximity will increase the value of their lands we can judge better after the next .
cor 150 years in the treeless States of of hammock, and as the wind by decreasing the chances of loss. It orange crop has set and after the next
the West and in the States which are blew: toward the main body of hammock will conduce to the welfare of the fall election. Meanwhile there is no
most subject to freshets and droughts ; it would seem that the beneficial State more than the planting of a mil- good reason for discouragement; ob-
but in a State covered, as this is, almost influences J of the latter consisted partlyin lion more orange trees. stacles should stimulate to greater exertion -
entirly with natural forest, it may radiating heat latent within it. After I If Till the pine lands could be con- especially in this direction of
seem to most persons an absurdity to a severe freeze which occurred some verted into hammock Florida could finding means to overcome similar ob-
plant other than fruit trees and a few; years ago, those of my trees which support 1 ten times the t population she stacles in the future. With this aim
shade trees near dwellings. stand nearest the hammock were un- now can. To what extent such a in view there is no more manifest
Without doubt, Florida can spare injured, while those farthest from it change can be brought about one can present duty before the people of
millions of acres of her pine forests shed their leaves entirely. ,This only conjecture until we have, per Florida than the planting of forest
without detriment. The value of the year. all the trees will shed their leaves, chance, such a phenomenal Legislature windbreaks for their groves and
timber afforded by them is far lees than but the injury is evidently least to as; will treat this and other vital and plantations. Experience has fully
the value abstracted} from the soil by I those nearest the hammock. In a long fundamental interests of the State as proved(] their utility in preventing or
the annual fires to which they give I continued freeze T think the most benefit of superior importance to the interests lessening damage from) wind, cold and
I rise, Surely there is no call to plant is derived( from trees' which. .inter- of politicians, The. capabilities of draught and in time they become

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sources of fuel and fertilizer. a surprise :that* the death rate here i is Cost of the Freeze. largely on horticulture, no pains/ ,',

Forest' culture should also be at much less than in many other section The Times-Union thus sums up tho should, be spared and, no precautions

the that health general effect and damage by neglected which tend to keep our
tempted in pine lands by planting < are regarded as especially money

seeds of valuable trees in the fall. But ful. In the Baltimore Manufacturers the freeze of January 9-12 : groves in a thoroughly sound ,and

such lands must be fenced against cat Record of recent date-we find the fol 1. The actual money value to the healthy condition. I have, often, won-

tie, under the existing law, and must lowingjsignificant statistics,. compiled growers of the oranges rendered unmarketable dered that a, step which appears, so

be protected] from fires. Touchingthe from the last census. by reason of being froze neaessary had not. been taken long

reforesting of waste lands the Hon. Four Northern and four Southern on the trees is about $1,100,000, est; ago., I would however'' 'suggest that

Warren Higley says, in his recent address States are selected* for comparisonThe mating the original crop at 900,00 instead of appointing a State entomol-

before the American Forestry,;: total deaths, in proportion to pop boxes, which is quite low enough. ogist alone, a regular experiment

"A large proportion of the forest ulation, are as follows : 2. That young,nursery stock in the station be established in connectionwith

in Massachusetts 18.5! northern of the State is badly the agricultural college. Such
lands _of Europe, and especially New York ... part ;
Prussia, have been reclaimed from Rhode Island.. ...' ..... .. ... ... .17.X( damaged by being top killed, but tha I stations are now in operation in i several: '
New Jersey. Jl
of the other States and have proved to
be total loss.
it will
barren wastes, or were lands naturally With these are compared four Southern by no means a
3. That the bearing and< be,most useful. In addition to,carrying \
of little value for agricultural pur States : orange I''

poses. 'Their administration furnishes Georgia ....i.... .... ........ lemon tress nearly down to the line of on continuous, thorough, and in- 1
... .., 12.8 the various
employment to many thousands, yieldsto Alabama.Mississippi. ..> ..... .....14.20( the South..FJorida... Railroad are injured v !uable investigations on
'Florida ..' 11.72It )insect and fungoid diseases to
the pests
the Government a large annual in- to extent of'losingtR:[ large
: be remembered that in this
come after paying''' all expenses, even must part of the fall growth, on which the< which our trees are subject, and en-
estimate the negroes are included,, ascertain the best
to the support of schools of forestry;, bloom comes, so that the crop of 188( deavoring to remedyfor

experiment stations, etc., while by whose mortality on account of manner will be largely reduced in that re-I these, such a station would, under-

influ- of living is greater proportionatelythan ion. take other work is very much needed.It .
their climatic and hydrographic ;
that of the whites. The death would for instance examine, the
ence they render the country more 4. That pine-apples in the:Same re- ,
rate in proportion to population is less various brands of manures offered for
able ion together with and othe]
productive and better to supporta ; guavas
in Florida than in Massachusetts, New sale in markets and determine'
fruits killed to the
dense population."All ender; tropical are <
York, Rhode Island, or New Jersey. their relative merits and actual value.
and ) to re-
roots wiJjl require a year
forests, no matter to whom they This was the case in 1880, according to 1! This is a work to. which much attention -
under the juperate.. t -
belong, are placed supervision the census of that year. 5. That early vegetables have beer is 'paid in other States, but in '1

of the forest administration, Now take the statistics of mortalityin is,,
be Florida where so much manure re- "
and the latter the cutting. sadly damaged! but they can replaced -
regulates ,
children under '
those States offered it
among the principal loss on them being quired ;and much variety ,

Not even owners of private forests are one: year' of age, in 100 born : t time and of planting one of the greatest ,practical ,,i importance. -

allowed to cut down their wood with- Massachusetts...... ......... .17.05 expense of the; different varieties
Sew York "....1570 ind 'the extra prices of an early .Analyses, -
out the consent of Government. /
Rhode E Island : ,
that the Sew Jersey....... ... : .. ... .. . ,. ... .. 9.65 .C) rket. of our soils might also be undertaken -
.. :The same authority states Mississippi. ascertained.
': little Alabama .. . t... .,. 6. That the whole money damage tche and their deficiencies
forests of Alsace-Lorraine cover a ., ... .,
Florida rX663Oiice for '
. instance
e '- ; fruit and farm interest of the StaU' Again, ,many plants, ; ,
more than one-thir T proportion as the pine-apple, of whose ashes we j
will, not exceed $2,000,000.This :
:H': ; that tfrey are managed ,by a to each 1,000 births in each of is bad but the have so far, as I can ascertain no ,analysis .
showing enough,
: chief of three conservators
resters these States
; : the
could be examined,
distribution of the loss over a large ,, ,proper f
nine chief for- Massachusetts 239 7 .
Inspectors, sixty-three
for them thus ascertainedand
Sew York number. manure
and between
este ,and two hundred and seventy- Ihode Island 95.6 erritory a great in-
. New many other similar questions ,
.liY common foresters and guards, and, Jersey.. ........144.2 of> individuals makes, it comparatively considered
.. all feel it vestigated. .If it were ,
Mississippi! ; to be borne. We shall ,,:
thatthe annual net income to the :: Alabama I. ._. asy -
\ Florida .' I'..99.4 somewhat, and all must bear then', advisable the station,might o ,grad-
from these forests amounts
Government'\ These figures are very significant. share of the burden. The effect will : ually extend its ,scope and, undertakeexpcrim'e

to $1,1 ,2,114,,or $3.20 per acre. They show that the comparison of the ti in acclimatization of
"In New England and the ,Middle ,oon pass away, the freeze ,remaining ;
ibove Northern States results in favorf The plants; etc. ;
"forests' only> as an unpleasant memory.
States, Jsays Mr. Higley, may I ,
> the latter as most healthful, and it has taught however, will re- I I will not, however,,occupy more of
essons .
be grcwn\ with little and ,
expense ;hat, of the Southern States, Florida vain with us for our future good. The your valuable space, Mr.,Editor, but
., and
out ,
trou worn .
jxceeds; them all. And yet, to show in will merely add that although not at .1
abandoned, or cleared lands,not fit for ike may not occur again fifty years,,i
little'this is known there life resident in ,, State,J am r
'and little low are but it is not well to bank;on that ; the' present your

agriculture yielding or simply no ,insurance companies in the North that best> way is to be prepared for its relurrence -.' personally interested in it,and having: < .
pasture, can often be renewed .by such I
the benefits derived .
,charge; their patrons special premium in every possible way, and seen .
them from browsing
protecting ,
br living in Florida, where the death hen we shall not care whether it does stations elsewhere. cannot but feel that
cattle and fires., Trees spring up nat- such institution in which these ...
ate of the white population is about demonstrated some f
It is -
not. plainly
urally and thickly,and often of good ecur or different branches of inquiry can, be ...
40;per cent less than'in: Massachusetts. that the sudden and prolonged '.
of time
A little
variety. expenditure carried for the benefit,of all and at .
[past summer we read the report of a : on
cold phenomenal just as
: spell was ,
and in sowing or planting the
money Philadelphia small cost would also bethe greatest '
nedical association that met at the difference a ,
valuable timber trees will insure earthquakes are, only
seed of
Florida and will sooner or .
in which it was stated as the the of value in ,
that earthquakes
>icing cause
the growth of a crop that is sure With to ,the
judgment of the association that the exists while that of the later be started. regard
('Xternally ,
to yield a good return. .
nost healthful portion of this country sold; wave does not. diseases which are now appearing ,in
vas the dry, high pine lands of Southern --.* ,I so many of our groves, let us take
. I
'.t Florida. There are multitudes of An Entomologist for Florida. time by the forelock and by the ,,establishment ,
FLORIDA. Editor Florida Dispatch:
1:1: eople in the North who look upon of such an institution enable

. The suggestion made in your issuef man" and ,scientific investigator ,
: Its Healthfulness, Compared with Florida as a man-hy, malarious'place, the "practical
> December 28th, that a competent
hand in hand in
-.p' work
Other States. and a residence here as a temptationf

.'t. .. > Providence. When the facts in the entomologist be appointed by the Stateo stumping them out, or at l least. in're

; tin the estimation of those who,have case':! become fully known, this preju- investigate and disseminate inibr tiucing these ravages, as much as pos

never been in our State, or being here, lice and discrimination against the nation regarding the various l jest sible. FRANK D. AD .bis.

have .had little experience or observa- low unfortunately becoming so common Ottawa, Canada, J in. 5, 1886.
state will cease.-Florida Baptist 'Wit' . .
fruit trees is one which I ? i.
tion respecting it, Florida is regardedas on our ,
less. There is nothing so'strong or safe. in
few kink cannot fail to commend itself
a sections .
sickly country, except '
a ------ '-- ,
rather be of 'strongly to inhabitant oiFlorida. : emergency of life as the simple
which have attracted attentionas I would a man genius rery every liny

healthy resorts To such it will be hail a peer of the realm. J In a State which depends 80 truth. .

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J :\:: Pine-apples, Etc., on Indian River. Florida's Disaster.The comfort. Thousands of people in the you to clip them and packvery: care'

d ;From a letter in the Indian River recent heavy frost'' in Florida is Northern States have, undergone ex fully and send them along, and we can

Sun;, dated Georgiana, January 14, believed to have seriously injured, ii treme misery and many have per obtain you fair prices for them. Do

we quote : it has not killed outright, a large pro- ished. In Europe, too, the cold haf. not lull' your oranges ;; you want to

"_! "Pine.,apples, all the large ones bad portion of the orange trees in that been intense, and altogether the year, handle them more carefully than be

ly hurt, probably dead, but some unprotected State. As yet there are no statisticsof so far, has made an exceptionally bad fore the freeze. It will be useless for

small ones escaped are ap- the damage, but as the cold was,according record in the way of weather-and i it\ you to ship your fruit if it is soft or

parently sound, although the ground to all observers, greater than took exceptionally bad winter-one has lost its juice. We shall, from this

;' was frozen hard t> ree times. Orangesand has been experienced in 'that region in fifty-to hit the reputation of Flor date, discontinue quotations for this

fruit escaped damage. A few since 1835, and as a temperature be- ida's climate so hard a "lick"] as this, season. If you have any fruit fit to

lemon and lime' 'trees were hurt in low 20- must have inflicted very serious has d ne. Yet Florida remains the ship let it come along; we have an

. ',., their foliage, no" injury could as yet be injury upon the orange trees, it is sunniest corner of the "Sunny South immense trade, and can,sell it quicklyat

.,, I discovered on trunk and branches and a safe assumption that the orange crop North of us, and west of us, Southern full value. We sympathize fully

... :'I t they probably escape by simply losing of Florida will be greatly reduced for States were colder. In Texas, at a with you on the ruin the freeze has

their \leaves. at least a year to corne. Add to this point more than a degree of latitude wrought, but as every cloud has a sil-

'I' l I'I'"w.' e do not know the full'effect. on the'statement,that all the oranges left further south than Tallahassee, the ver lining, we hope some lessons of

." .:. j the pines, a. little time is required to on' the trees are ruined, and that the mercury sunk several degrees lower] value :may have been learned, and

show the'full damage ; it may be that loss of picked oranges will reach hal: than it did here. The howling blizzarc your experience, bitter as it may seem,

: the"more favored regions will lose 'but a million boxes, and it will be seen from the bleak Northwest swept down may not discourage you-things might

\.:' one crop. ,Our ,theory has been exploded that this killing frost has had a far- over the plains and blasted the "Lone have been worse. We firmly believein
j; : that certain varieties are more reaching and most mischievous'effect. ,Star" State with a terrible,freeze, as i it a splendid future.for> Florida.

tender than others, as all the large If the injury proves general as now ':'traveled its nearest way toward the ---+. -
The Freeze at Pinellas.I .
ones.of,, seven different ,varieties, suffered indicated, moreover; that confidence in ;[tropic atmosphere which attracted only

.. .{ alike-only,some of the'smallerones the ,equability of the climate which to destroy it.. :Florida was injurec have waited to know: whereof I

. ./ and particularly those which 'had has been the chief support of heavy merely! ,because of the mild excellence speak. before writing you. The cold)
:,' %,; been 'neglected, escaped to some 'ex" investments there during the last ten ,of a climate'that induced a growth toe wave struck us''harder than ever was

tent. :Mango tree and Avocado Pear 'years will be much shaken, if 'not de: tender to resist an accidental inclem known"before. Our mango 'trees' ,are

.,;; escaped'; Cocoanut trees were killed 'stroyed.The ,ency, and, after all, there is no State killed to the ground-guavas never
1'' of course, but those,few we did raise "frost line" theory, in fact, has like,Florida, no climate so admirable before injured ,in the least are dead..,

,.(< were. planted': only with a view to ornament been shown to be untenable by this as hers. She is the warmest State Lemon and lime trees are hurt but not

,\ 'our places. Two plants' 'which''' single storm, because even if such a the Union this winter, as every winter seriously. No orange trees of bearingsize

N y"ariablyisuffer"and i are'killed'' by the frost only occurs once in thirty years, Floridian. are injured, and we have at this .

slightest',frost, chicken1 weed and wach- the fact that it is liable to occur must ... writing;:for at least half the orange

splant, how so called, escaped unhurt, affect all investments in orange groves The Recent Cold. crop. Rusty fruit and that on the
In one sense our severe winter may northwest side and in the will be
standing in an open. field. We'had and reduce the value of such property
,. i"V considerably. Inevitably also, capi- be, considered a blessing in disguise lost-a few ,leaves on sot!-a trees are
ice one inch and more shallow'vessels ,
For some time to come there wil] and will budded
I cautious and timid will curled drop-thrifty
-all along the shores of :Indian tal, always ,
probably be no more orange groves; trees be injured some. Our peo-
River 'land Banana River there was hnk elsewhere for a trustworthy "frost I may
.. started in the northern part of the think that the effectof the freeze
ice;" on the second day it was',freezing line, and it will find it in Southern ple
State. People will prefer to ,come will be to establish ours as the safe
' California. The that
all daylong( infthe' shade,while 'very proverb an
/ farther south, where there is not so home of the finest "Florida orange"and
fierce wind was'blowing from'W. N. W. ill wind that blows nobody good" is
illustrated in this Florida's disaster much risk.-Kissimmee Leader. that what we lost, on' the mango
Fish,'turtle'\and alligator were killed case. -
The above from the Kissimmee Leader and avocado we will make,up on .
is pear
by the'recent cold, only in small lumbers opportunity.
; is intended to lead people to the But will,not forsake
the they
,.-however. the first place, there will be a dearth orange.

y '! I'i i Since 1835,-.when almost all the"'cultivated of; oranges for present consumption, belief that that section of the State is the tropicals altogether. It !m ty be
more adapted to orange culture than that the' of Providence are past
plants and trees were killed by and the last California crop was abun- ways
in the northern belt counties, and car- and that blessings often
0' California understanding
dant. Thus far ;
the cold, even south of Miami, no such oranges
,. ries the idea that the recent cold wave in disguise. While it wouldbe
'. coldthas.; ccuried-at .:that time even have been marketed here which compare come
had discouraged orange-growers in this cruel and to glory in 'otherpeople's
theiargestButtonwood! and ,Mangrove favorably with the Indian river savage

trees,, were :killed on the Keys,. the fruit; and the poorer grades of California part of the State. This, however, is misfortunes, 'yet you would

,, thermometer'at St.Augustine then reg- oranges are not equal in juice or not the case, as those who are interested find but few who'would object to:have
-, in growing oranges feel more befall them. This season
to the Florida a blessing
istered 7 above zero, while no data sweetness common ones.
confident since the cold snap that that the Florida
.. But the California are satisfied me 'orange
exists about this portion, of the State.I groves young
f write this thirty-six'hours'after-the and improving every year, and since oranges can be as successfully raised business was going to be greatly over
here as in South, Florida, and claim done but, I think the overdone is,
the market for is now
0 practically
cold has} ceased, and since then my ; oranges
that the trees are not injured to any undone. Yours 0&c..- Wm. P. Neeld
strawberries are'I in, bloom. 'This, as,a unlimited in the existing circumstances ...
extent, being partially prepared for Guardian.
the Pacific be in Tampa
expected -
small offset/ the<;i njury. The effect crop may .
freeze the former cool M
this by
,.. of the1 cold\ north and south of thib to flow in rapidly to meet the severe
which had driven the l\IuTToN.-A Western sheep grower
weather, sap
lemand. It is, of course, much to be
is at unknown. In 'or.I
place present
down, thus saving the trees. More bas ,learned to avoid that unpleasant"sheepy"
I der, to benefit'those who wish to raise regretted that the Florida groves have
. which is often found in
, I ,trees will be planted in Baker taste
, suffered so greatly, but it is some satisfaction orange
,{: vegetables i !for: home or market, the the animal
county; this year than last.-Baker mutton, by hanging up by
to know that the loss beat
be,, called can
following can hardy can
it is bled
County Star. its hind legs as soon as ,
withstand- frost i without injury : 'cabbage least partially supplied from anoth- puncturing the carcass between tho
o:.' 'cauliflower collards, turnips Ted er State of the 'Union,-New: York Cheering us Up I
hind legs, and filling the abdomen
" Trib
: beets,. English peas, (lettuce, onions, 'un 6.-----*. .. A New York commission house issues with very cold water.

\', carrots, ,leeks ; while Irish and sweet The Warmest State. a printed circular under date of ..*

:, }potatoes) ,tomatoes, corn,.beans, cucumbers The cold has been' severe over the January 23d, from which we quote : The humble'' and contented 'man
etc. will succumb "In to inquiries received pleaseth himself innocently'and easily,
squashes,- \ even vhole country, and though Florida answer many

,';.. to.,a.slight, white.frost.. as'beeri'damaged more than any other we will say, if your oranges while the ambitious man attempts to.

"I} 'A: woman without-a'--laugh-in her is portion> in property losses, few of our still on the trees are not soft, and have please f others sinfully and difficultly

,' the greatest bore in existence.. people have'suffered much bodily dis lot lost their juice, we wqulej\\ aejvis.o -South.J .



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ARBOR DAY. on account of the scarcity and increased by retrospection and through comparison diately after the freeze Mr. C. H.

dearness of winter luxurie the rapid strides which have Smith, the secretary, addressed cardsto

Great TreePlanting.Festival.- from that section, and by reason of been made by the ancient town in the the leading citizens all over South

Circular of Superintendent of Public many investments made there by; last fifteen -years. Then we could< Florida, asking the extent of the

Instruction and County. Northern peo I le. It will not do to< boast of only one or two, saw mills: damage, etc. From the replies to

Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE 'get discouraged, however. The semitropical and it was rather far reaching to claim these cards, it was ascertained that

-, Jan. 26, 188ft climate of that region has endured them as within the corporate limits; the damage was as above, stated,

for a couple of hundred years, one planing mill, an pretentious though the bearing orange trees are
The attention of the teachers of :
since the first settlement, and is not grist mill-the capacity of either of injured but very little, the, nursery
of Duviil County, :is
ic schools
pub likely to alter things radically becaus< which being so small as to be insufficient trees damaged but very few lost, while
the f ,Ilwing
invited to (
respectfully the Northerners have invaded it.- to meet the demands of home the lemon trees are badly injured, and

circular from the State Superintendent Boston Herald. consumption, and consequently the< the guava bushes all killed down.
Instruction and they are
of Public ,
the The New York Star, says: "A cur- product ,of such establishments was There is naturally very great regret
. earnestly requestpd carry contained l'espondent'writiug from Florija tithe furnished,, in the main by outsid< that the Exhibition cannot be held,
therein to
the utmost of their) ability. Star, gives a dreary picture of the parties. Behold the difference, as, it i is and many affirm that they could

experience.of a man lured into the at. ,presented to-day; three planing mills, make good exhibits yet.- Orlando
Very respectfully
and flour establishment Scminel.OTICE.
immense grist -
ir an
\V. H. BABCOCK, tempt to establish an orange grove

Schools. that State. Readers of the article ,foundry and machine shops, ice< .

Superintendent.of-, might well entertain a suspicion that a factory, all of which not only meet, ,/ TO ORANGE GROWERS.

W.: H. Babcock, County Superintenden man who found the chopping down of: the demands of home but ,also )k1'j : No More Frosted Fruit Wanted in

terrible task abroad To these let, us add gas Markets.
of Schools a single pine tree so a the Northern

DEAn SIR-In obedience to a proclamation was not precisely the person to under works, a most important acquisition,

issued by' his Excellency, take the clearing of a forest and the and work commenced on the water: JACKSONVILLE, Fla., January 23. '

of But be this at it works. Such have been the advance To the Patrons of the Florida Fruit Exchange:
Governor E. A. Perry, setting apar draining a bog. ,
the writer's description of the steps made in little more than a de' From 'information, now in my pos-
Wednesday, the 10th day of Februar; may,
next, as Arbor Day, I desire specially; work to be done demonstrates that it cade, and there is no let up, but even} session, I deem it advisable to discon-fruit .

to call your attention and that of the is not such as can be best accomplishedby indication points to a continued growth tinue further shipments frosted : ,

and healthful as the markets are, overstocked with
Board of ,Public Instruction to' the< individual effort, even if men of development.AdvanceGazette.

to the the breed of ,the old pioneers the same.
views of the Governor referring sturdy
I am' just in receipt of a telegram
participation which the schools shall were to engage in it. We fear, more No Frost Line.
New York advisingme
from ,agents
take in the day. I desire that yoi over, that,the poetic visions of orange Referring to the late cold wave and that our the board, ,of health in that.

each teacher in charge ,of j a breathing perfumed air beneathever
notify groves its results, Editor Hanson, of the Bar seizing and destroying all
city are now
school throughout your county that the< sunny skies have a tendency to '
"In Polk
tow Informant, says: count) "frozen fruit."
will be in the planting of attract settlers whose hands are not
day spent
the is not ic
damage near so great as Our Boston also telegraphthat
trees and shrubs and hardy flowers in accustomed to the helve of a 'wood-
Orange and in counties north of us,, the Produce Exchange of that
and around their school buildings and chopper's ax, or the handle of a ditch-
which clearly that cold waves
proves voted to-day to advise no more
er's spade, rather than the sturdy fellows -
lots.That ire not confined to particular localities shipments frosted fruit to ,that mar-
each teacher shall devote ar fit for 'pioneer work. '
; but are as likely to strike one ket. While we will, of course, take
hour or more in impressing the impor "Florida has unquestionably been
another while the socalledfrostline
place as of and handle shipmentssent
tance of trees as they ,relate to the made the scene of a'vast land speculation charge any
is fraud and
a peripatetic advantage
to us to the best' possible
climate, health and beauty of the that will not bear examination, ,
lead beat, without home, location, or tl most earnestly advise you to
the church and the which rascals have profited. ,
country, the home, by many
Two Polk
ixed situs. ,years ago make no further shipments of, frosted
school, and specially the silent citiesof Nevertheless 1 it has advantages that suffered'more
county; than Orange fruit. Respectfully, A. M. IVES, J \
Northern visitors have found to
our beloved dead. many jounty; and the St. Johns region-a General, Manager: Florida Fruit
That the children respond with be substantial, and the ill success of a
fact which those sections made h e

short, but appropriate recitations ; a single misdirected experiment, while nost of, to ,our injury. We then insisted > Exchange.s .

few being selected for the occasion. valuable, as a warning, ought not to
that the next cold
wave might ailroads and Their Value/
That the 'children be impressed with prejudice people against a careful examination Qi i
strike them harder than us. That it
'The? roads Jacksonville
but of the offered by rt4!, entering
the fact that it is not only a duty advantages
has done so is no pleasure to us,, and of road-bed and rolling
tc Too' New Yorkers length,
high and beneficient privilege the State. many
ve regret their misfortune as,a general ] '1 -1886 as'
stock to January are
the of have found in the flowery peninsula a up
care for and 'perpetuate growth
one, but we do hope that ,the disposi--:
these trees and shrubs ; that they feel pleasant and healthful winter home, follows :
ion to decry one section as being su hI Jacksonville St. Augustine and I
I ,
they have a kind of proprietary rightin and too many persons have found profit -
frost and the
ect to holding up Halifax River road is 341.5 miles in
their respective school premises. in its orange groves, to warrant any entire
as having immunity-
at this conclusion that Florida is a length, valued at $137,800.08 ; value ;
You will please report to me sweeping
either from lakes or geographical po- .
the numberof and death for Northern rf) rolling stock, $32,400.04. '
place as soon as possible snare trap peo-
ition-is a fallacy. There is no such and West
and the It is however probably more Jacksonville, Tampa Key .
schools participating, num ple. )
safe for
protection that is to rely
upon value of
55 miles valued at $392,875
that the man with thanto ,
such capital
ber of children present at on inviting to ropical fruits and vegetables. And ,
rolling stock, $50,000.
day. ; the poor man. build'itself
section tries
hen to
and Western
Savannah ,
.. ,
Finally, to use the means at your at the of another, by such .
up expense
attendanceand Pensacola-Upward and Onward I L34 85-1000, valued at $1,026,319.50 ;
induce the
command to pretensions, it is sailing under false '
of of the Pensacola is fast assuming'the appearance rolling stock, 4532675.
as "
participation many color and ia not to be relied on. and
Florida Navigation,
parents as possible. Respectfully, of a manufacturing city-in -. .

A. J. RUSSELL, truth, we may say she' has already South Florida Exhibition Post- 129 67-100 miles, value of road-bed,

Superintendent of Public Instruction. reached ,that commanding position, poned. $$$3,658,330 ; rolling stock,$236,974.92.The .

... and the outlook for her to become at The management of the South taxes paid by JFlorida, Rail-

Cheering Words from the North. in early day a busy mart,of manufac- Florida Exhibition h'as decided not vay and Navigation Company for the

The heavy losses to the orange- turing industry, attracting to her confines to hold an exhibition this winter, as years 1879 to 1884, inclusive, to Duval

and market gardeners of Flor- mechanics and artisans from i the recent cold severely injured the county amounted to $13,489.91, ando

growers ida by the freezing weather of last every; section, is by no means discour- I arly vegetables and badly damaged: the State from this county\ $8,463.96.

week will be felt at the Forth: both I aging. It is plea ant to, contemplate the crop of the citrus #family. Imme- : Jacksonville Herald., ,


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State Items. Where the leaves and fruit wither and manufacturing company capital $50- by that body, bi t failed of action in

hang on, it is an indication that the 000-for making thread, etc., from the House. The death of Vice President -
Seville is to have waterworks and
tree or plant is seriously hurt. sea Island cotton. Also the organization Hendricks during the interim

.. a system of sewerage. The vegetable of Alachua of a beach hotel company of left Congress in a frame of mind to
A large peach crop is considered are now busy planting and preparingfor $50,000 capital ; $20,000 can be relied guard against the accidents of sudden

certain in Clay county. ,, spring and summer productions, upon from one source alone to- fate in the matter of ,Presidential 'succession -

A bridge is to be built across the,' Strawberries, of which the blooms wards these very desirable enter- ,and Mr. Hoar was early in ,the

Ocklawaha near Taveres. prises." field with his old measure when Con-
were killed, will be a little late in con-

The Daily Graphic is a new four- sequence of the recent cold weather. There are good prospects for another gress assembled in December. Aftera
from Orlando. short debate and the rejection of several
paper The Clearwater Times says many railroad from Jacksonville to Maypprt,,
The plucky and industrious people' frozen fish came ashore during the, down near the sea. Articles of incor- proposed amendments it again

of Sumter ,are now planting more veg-, cold weather, so that we were relievedof poration 'have been applied for by passed the Senate on December 18,
and went at once to the House.
etables:than ever before.A the necessify of going to the fish Messrs. A. L. Dolby, L. S. Burrows,,
After careful consideration in the
large portion of the oat crop ot market, being able to gather fish by' A. Wallace, E. F. Gilbert B. Togni
Judiciary Committee of that it
Madison was killed by the cold weather the wagon load in the bayous. Sev- and A. Solary. The name adopted is
was reported favorably to the Housein
and many are replanting. eral green turtles came ashore, frozen the "Jacksonville, Mayport and Pablo
precisely the shape it had passedthe
It is said that Gainesville is making "There is nothing so bad that some Railway and Navigation Company."
Senate. As the Senate, all at-
great preparation for the visit of the good cannot be found in it, and one The shorter the road, (says the Herald,) tempts at amendment were defeated in

Florida Press Association on the llth of the good things to be found in the in Florida,the longer the name. This
the House, and after a two days debateit
of road is to be twenty-five miles in
February.We recent cold spell is the stopping 01 has been overwhelmingly passed.

saw some papaws this week the monumental lying that has been length. Introduced by a,Republican Senator

. which weighed seven pounds. Theyare going on in Florida about the location Our friend, Codrington, feels more and receiving the votes of thirty-seven

as good as mu knwlons.-K y of the frost line.-Live Oak Tntelli-- hopeful. He says: "As far as we are Republican,members of the House, the

West Democrat., gencer. concerned, we are glad to say that the ,bill cannot be called a partisan meas-

Tne orange growers of DeLand One of our sterling old farmers, damage is by no means as great as was ure. Its object is to provide'againstall

have recovered from their panic, as Mr. Aaron Geiger, got the jump on anticipated. Many young trees and possible gaps orlapses[ in the Pres-

they find that heir trees are not, so the cold snap by digging a' hole be- buds, it is true, have been seriously idential office until, such, time as Con-

much injured as the expected.A neath his orange trees and then 'bury damaged, and the fruit injured ; but gress can mature some perfectly sound

Mr. Perkins, of South Apopka, ing his oranges. After Jack Frost the old groves appear to have stood it amendment' on the subject to the Con:

has sent to Orlando a mammoth citron,, had departed, Mr., Geiger dug up his bravely, and will come out all right. stitution.

which weighs 9 f pounds and measures oranges and, brought them into town, There is no occasion for a panic, for The>bill provides that when there is

'2 feet inches: the other way. where he got top figures for his fruit. the next crop will likely more than a vacancy in the offices of both Pres-

-Green Cove Spring. compensate for the injury done. We ident and Vice President, the Cabinet
Daytona Journal advises the '
do not think that as much damagehas officers shall succeed to the Presidencyin
raising of vegetables, cotton, tobacco, The orange trees universally, any-
been done us as by the freeze of the order of
following : Secretary
rice and other products to bridge over where near in a vigorous and proper]
two as the trees, this season, State of the Secretary
years ago Secretary Treasury,
condition have the
the loss caused by the recent freeze. gone through or-
were better prepared by the cold of War_ .Attorney .General,
deal unscathed. Even the lemon
The ,recent freeze-up in our State weather that had prevailed for several! ,
Postmaster General, Secretary of the
in the examined
was nothing more norless,, than a grand groves "
weeks prior. and of the Interior.
blessing to ,Florida and her people';' closely, show no signs of damage to Navy Secretary
The Palatka News A. The Cabinet officer thus acting as Pres-
it was such because it killed the ling- limb or trunk. The nursery stock, says Capt. V.
Mount has little Peen-To ident is to hold office until the>disability -
ering malarial germ of disease.Callahan where worthy of the name and not too a peach tree "
Record.There much ( xposed, remained in equally as on his place that has come out and of the President or Vice Pres-

good condition.Daytona Journal. bid defiance to all cold waves and ident is removed, or until a ,new ,Pres-
are about 400 hands at workon ident is elected to succeed him the
blizzards. On going into his garden, ,at
the Florida Southern near Fort The Sumterville Times says that
yesterday morning, the Captain .discovered end of the term of the President or
Ogden, and the company expects to Thomas Crum, residing two and a half the little tree in bloom, not- Vice President whom he succeeds.

,, put in two electric light plants, so that ; miles southwest of Sumterville, recently withstanding the severe cold through The bill also authorizes the acting
the force can lay the track at night.- finished "working up" his cane
which it had just passed. The little President to call, an extra session of

Fort Meyers Press. into syrup and sugar. The yield from tree is a curiosity in its way, and is Congress within twenty days from ,the

The Monticello Constitution says : one acre of ground was 13 barrels about the livest vegetation that can be time he assumes the duties of.his office,

"A great many farmers will plant ((481 gallons) of syrup and 2 barrels found in these parts. I shouldthe regular meeting of Congress

small quantities of Cuba tobacco next (400 pounds) of sugar, besides 30 [Our up-river neighbor must remember -: not occur within that time.
bushels of good corn. The value of ..
season. They will realize more money it '
that requires 12 or 15 degrees -
,these products at the prices to be realized PLUCKY AND SENSIBLE.0 mat-
tobacco than '
from one acre of. twenty below zero to kill the bearing
I here is $302.50. ter what may be the damaged sustainedin
in corn.
planted buds on peach trees. This hardy consequence of the recent cold

I Oysters at Cedar Key, during the The effect of the recent freeze in fruit ranges from .Florida to central weather, the people of Florida cannot

cold snap, were frozen, and when Bradford county is less than was an- and western New York, and, in the afford to become discouraged. We

opened instead of being carried in, ticipated. The Lake ,Butler Times northwest, as high up as Grand Haven, are no worse off than are the people'

buckets were generally carried in says: "The orange trees will lose on Lake,Michigan.-:-ED.] of other section of the country; and it
baskets or paper bags without losing their leaves, but there will be no ..e '
is daily becoming'apparent that Flori-
any of the liquor. further damage, although the ther- The Presidential Succession. dians are more scared than hurt. Peo-

The loss of cane seed by the recent mometer in exposed places marked What is known as the Presidential ple should not become panicstrickenand

cold, snap will)), it is said, be very large 18. We have examined the orange Succession bill, and which now awaits sacrifice their property because
A trees and vegetable gardens, and were the of the President be-
throughout the State. great many, signature to oranges are frozen on the trees and
farmers who are in the habit of bank- surprised to see so little damage done come a law, is a measure devised originally the tender nursery stock is injured.,

ing their sweet potatoes will lose' considerable by such severe cold." by Senator Hoar,,of Massachusetts Aside from the loss of oranges unpicked -,

by the freeze. A correspondent of the Fernandina and introduced, by him into the '' the damage will be comparatively -
trifling, and We do not believe
Wherever the orange trees are,cast Mirrorsuggests; to replace the officesof Senate at,the last session of Congress. there need be any alarm about the,

ingleaves'and: fruit, it proves them to the Florida Railway and Navigation After some debate and a few unimportant future development of our material]'

be, full of vitality and all right. system, ,"the organization of'a verbal amendments it was passed interests."-Gainesville News; *

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I Our Euronean Letter. cut low-necked with large "flownisleeves" decorate a little restaurant where,a' W. Dupray; a peasant land child by r:
all embroidered dinner is to be 'had for "two franc: ,A. Becker, and a flood scene by Char-
Special Correspondence FLORIDA DIBPATC] daintily am ,
she held fity" are works which would be give] : trorn. Here are also several portraitsof \
! PARIS, FRANCE, Dec. 18, 1885. as the day was quite cool ;a
the place of honor in an American the Madame in various costumes '
In last letter I described a restaurant fine silk handkerchief of subdued green I I
my millionaire's,art gallery. and characters,,.by Hugo Salmson, J. I
which; in a city famous for its and red, about her neck to protect her
: black Besides this lion by Gerome there Ferrier, E. Dunton,Lamont, Rofs'andLematte.
half bared shoulders. Then'
curious restaurants is still creating i aI a I
I outside the waist blac was a hand of a beautiful lady, by, '
sensation, for the Tavern du Bagn velvet corset a I(
Clairin both painted in oil and I have found several other 'places
has been in existence only about i a velvet dress reaching just to her ankle; .'
signed. Then there was another tarn: which if not so rich in fine art, are still .
month. But there are a number of and displaying neat little slippers, a
bourine whose decoration was the: 'worthy of description. There is i a
scattered dark red and "panello" or
cafe and restaurants over green apron '
joint work of the great misty artist high class ,restaurant called, the, Chat-
the city which although not new are< squarecut, long and narrow, with i a '
Corot and a poet of fair standing Noir (Black Cat), situated on Boulevard -
of white tucked
none the less interesting on account of: protecting apron over
named Etiernne Carjaf. This had: Rochechonart. It occupies ,,a
their various peculiarities, or their art at one side-this was her costume. No,
been in the possession of Madame : building which has, been fitted up
I omit the slender
and history. An American in New ,must not large ring:
Segatori a number of before the' from cellar to,garret with costly and
and half in diameter which
York or in any of the large cities 'al (an inch a )
death of Corot. On this tambourine rare bric-a-brac, high-relief woodcarvings -
home thinks of his restaurant much as hung from her ears nor the bangled '
Carjaf has written an original poem stained glass windows,
does,a Frenchman of his coiffier's or bracelets that tinkled on one finely
barbers-a sort of ,tolerable nuisance modelled wrist. addressed to Corot. It is only dog- stuffed cats, carved cats, painted cats I
gerel containing about one hundred and live cats. The panels of the wallsare
where only'such time as js absolutely "Que voulez-vous, Monsieur, s'il
necessary should be spent and if ,it is vous plait?" said she with a slightly lines and beginning as follows: ,painted mostly by Willetts but

possible let home luxury dispense withit Italian accent, and as I sipped some "Nous bappellosls: papa Corot there is one panel by Bastien Lepage
La grand artiste a poete wierd -one by
-a allegorical scene;
the black coffee from little china
altogether. But here restaurant a cup Qui llsait Rousard et Marat
Gandard 'Bounant 'Con- /
becoms an attraction worthy of respect about the size and thickness of an egg- En pelgnant la campagne fete." Benjamin

not only because of its excellent shell, I noticed that my table was It is full of slang and devoid of sentiment stant and Mery. Nearly'' all the pict'ures .

things to ;eat but also its interesting fashioned in imitation of a giant tam- I. but is a curiosity. On the are allegorical and are painted in
things to see.. There is a wonderful bourine. In fact, all 'the tabh s were margin is a little sketch done with pen a'' broad style. elaborately, carved

amount' of originality and oftentimesmost tambourine of various sizes, and be- and ink and flat ';washes of aquerelle.This fire-place was designed. by Falguere I.

exquisite taste displayed here.I hind the bar upon the wall, were represents an artist seated on a and his hideous, ; long-clawed, bigeyedcats

have found great pleasure in visit- hung no less than twenty-one tambou- stool painting from nature. This is mixed with grotesque allegorical
Zola ,,and
Here is where
ing some of-the most striking of these rines on which were painted various claimed to be the work of Corot but figures.
Dumas td :
Alexander inspi
came get
places and so beg leave to continue 'ina pictures. These were not chromos nor his name is not signed.
ration and, wine and Goncourt ,'Deli-
letter descriptive of them. At about cartoons nor "auction pictures," but There was a half length life sized :

the same time that the Taverne du were real''' works,of art, and bore the portrait of the Madame made when bes Fra Coppel Renan, Pills and

Bagne \Penitentiary restaurant, where signature as well'' as the 'brush marks she was a young woman, by Th. Wust.It scores of other celebrities, are almost

the waiters are in convict costume) of some of the most famous, artists of is excellently, matelled and rich in daily customers ,of: the Chat Nior.

was started, another restaurant :was the day. coloring. The,Madame is dressed all Then there is a restaurant called the

founded where all the employes wore There 'was one tambourine which in black, here, with a black turban 'on Auberge, built in the style of the

j the costumes of nuns,'and priests I but had been painted a lion sitting placidly her head. On another wall hangs a Brittany of the last century, where,the
breeches and belts
waiters wear knee .
the police authorities very properly gazing out over the 'sea-a copy of portraitin: pastel ''of the same woman, '
forbade this I and it no longer exists. Gerome's great picture called the twoVlonaris attired 'in the gayly colored costumeof )like the old Britons. There, are: '

On Bolevard Clinchy not far from and there in plain letters was an Italian tambourine girl. It is a numerous minor attactions, of a singuar -
[ nature to the Chat, Noir: on a ,
the Taverne du Bagne is what is called the great painter's signature. Much half. length, but from the graceful the "Dead '
smaller scale-one
"Au Tainbourin." Itis not a large loubting the genuineness of the work swing, of the body as one arm floats a ; "
Rat" and another the "sow and pigs,
place and I should scarcely have asked[, how' France's greatest artist tambourine above her head, the 'fails "and''Ii' iriust

noticed it had I not been on an expedition came; to decorate little tambourines for beautiful Italian is evidently dancingto but: my appetite' ,,' ,. ,

of restaurant hunting and little a little cafe. "Madame Segatori who thy jingling of her ownmusic, while ring my letter to a close. "BESVAL.Fish ."l.'

did I''expect' to find so choice''a kernel owns this ''restaurant" '''Lwas; ''informed, from her half-parted, lauging lips .." I .

within such an unpromising shell. It was/ formerly an ''artist's model and she comes .a song. The lofty columns and .,- :

is marked by a large tambourine was frequently employed to pose by arches of an Italian] palace form the Production of the World.. > ,'

painted on the window. I entered and ,these, artists and then when' her husband the: background to this beautiful, picture If Mulhall's ,statistics are, .reliable- t

found 'a seat at one of the tables when I ..died 'and she'started ,this 'restaurant the work of Vieusset. here; are not far short of 160,000 ves--.

what was my surprise to see Raphael's about a year ago, these artists outf The: artist most largely representedhere eels engaged in Europe and North,

La Farnarina approach me to take my, )> friendship each contributed one
order. It must have been La.Farna- I,two tamborines. the; Madame,three,or four,oil sketches inn 700,000 men are employed im i .

rina for, she wore the same, old Italian It is 'well known that there is frequently on tambourines and she owns a large his' industry, and the total 1:' annual, (

costume showing the same beautiful real friendship' between an'' coast scene painted by him as a mateo ,product> of fish js not, Jar short of

head and neck ,and glorious figure ', artist and a model who[ has served him\ the one now in the Luxembourg, ;,500,000' 'tons. Few people' realize

with faultless complexion, that ,have faithfully for years and* with this explanation Gallerie. She claimes to have paid the meaning of these latter figures. A

become so famous through the divine there is ''no-Teason to doubt the painter 6,000 francs ($1,200) 'for ,ton of fish is equal in, weight, to about I ,

painter's master-pieces. She :wasaged] ,he genuineness of the pictures and tIthe ,this and considering Hagborg's repu- wenty-eight sheep and hence, if Mul-

probably twenty-four years, I and although ; same time the interest 'one feels in ,ta, ion and the size of the picture I liill's estimate is approximately 'cor-

a mere hired waitress, had the ;hem 'is, enhanced rather than dimin- '(;about five feet wide and three and a ect, a year's fish supply for ten European -'

air and, dignity of a lady hostess receiving (shed by knowing that they are volun half feet high) the price is not extrav-, countries, included in this''esti

her friends in her elegant ,sa ; ;ary souvenirs of
loon. There,was no superciliousness, vhom the world delights to''' honor for a little glass-roofed f room which the Canada might be represented''' by 42-:

no haughtiness but an entire ,absence ;heir; humble servant whose face and I Madame calls her art gallery" and here 00,000; sheep. Of this amount the

from servile coarseness. On 'her head figure,are, destined to live in their ire about thirty pictures, studies and Jnited Kingdom'Canada, Russia and -

she wore a white "pezznola" or kerchief pictures as long as the artists ''fame Sketches Among these is a ,finished the United States alone 'aggregate"

BO arranged as only a native ; hall live,. but whose personal identity picture) by' G. LaTouche (signed)} representing 1,000OOOltons' equivalent to 28,00000 ,-

Italiancan. twist those jaunty head :he world knows nothing, and for a scene on the rue do Rivoli sheep. It, has been truly said'

gears. Her :white'cambric. waist was /Inchit, cares less. Yet here, 'to (;Paris) in 1870, a military ,charge, by that we talk ',in a metaphor of the liar1ee

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vest of the' sea, but we have only, tional government, have accomplishedmuch without thinking that the ,compoundsare Some claim that Li'een food cannot\A be
lately:been 'able to realize what the useful work in the artificial human inventions. How large a had in Florida. This is a mistake,'for
'I metaphor means. The fisheries exposition breeding of codfish, shad, oysters, etc. place the milk of the cow has in the Guinea grass and many other kinds of
i in London in 1883 did a great Indeed, the production of fish all over food of man, but how little of it could grass can ,be raised in great abundance,
i. deal to'encourage the study of marine "United States has undoubtedly been he*..have but for a multitude of con- also' 'vegetables, such 'as cabbages, col-
; biology, and it is with no small degreeof largely increased by scientific research.It trivances We think of butter as we lards, etc., can be ''riised in the winter.
satisfaction ,that we are able to say is not improbable that the annual do of milk, that it is a production of The writer is in the North at present,
that'in this much-needed work the fish product at present in the United Nature ; and so it is, but its separation' and hears many false opinions about
United States ranks second to no other, States is equivalent to from 4,800,000 from milk is an invention which has Florida, which he corrects. Any one
country.On to 5,00,000 sheep. With the increas- been followed by a host of inventionsto contemplating going into the poultry
the other hand, Great Britain, ing demand for food, and with abund-- effect the separation easier or bet- business will do, well to communicatewith
whose fisheries are of vital importance, ant evidence,from other countries of ter. us, enclosing stamp, as we wouldbe
to her for food, has done little, and the result of neglect, we should rather Sugar is a production of Nature, pleased to give them some correct
cannot yet boast a laboratory on,the; increase than relax our efforts to understand but little kuown a few hundred years information." ,,
seashore. Indeed, Professor Lankester more about the food, habits, ago. Separated from the plants in --. :,
an eminent authority on marine spawning and propagation of our fish, which it is formed, it is an inventionof Chores." ,
biology; declares' the, British fishing; both in rivers, lakes and sea, that the man. The savage who first crushedsome We have no word ,that expressesthe
industries still barbaric. The produce;: harvest may ,not grow less as the demand kernels of wheat between two idea of the numberless little jobs
of the seals recklessly seized" 'regardless becomes more urgent.-Boston stones, and separated the mealy interior -, around a house so well as the Yankee
of the consequences of the method,. Advertiser. from the outer skin, invented phrase, "chores ;" and a correspondentof
the time or the.extent. of the,depreda--- .. flour, and the human mind has not the New York: Tribune has!this,to
tions. Acccording, the, English authority The Universality of Inventions.We yet.ceased to be exercised on the sub- say on the subject:
< the old proverb ,that there are do not often'stop to think how ject of its improvement.-Chauncy "I have observed. that the most intelligently '
.. as good fish in the sea as ever came' little man..has or enjoys, that is not the Smith in Popular Science Monthly for hopeful husbands and fath
out of longer holds good. The fruit of invention. Things which man February. ers are those who have been accustomed -
-. harvest' of thesea in the future, like has long had we have ceased to think of .. in their boyhood to help'their t
,. ." the harvest on land needs cultivating.I as inventions, and we are apt to apply Poultry Raising*!rin the North and mothers and sisters about the house
It was shown not long ago that in, that term only to modern things-to South. and premises. As I am ''one of those .
eight, months twenty-eight boats engaged things the origin of which we know. Messrs. Richardson &Crowell, whose who think boys should be trained to
.: .'in. the haddock fishery, at Rey-. Yet it will be hard for any of us to extensive'enterprise in poultry raisingat be good husbands no less than girls to
mouth, England, used 620 tons of mussels name anything which we use or enjoy DeLand, Florida, was ,recently noticed be good wives, I insist that my two
--about 47,000,000 musselsinthe which is not an invention, or the sub- write as follows : boys shall do certain daily chores
capture of the haddock. Yet ject of an invention, in its adaption to "After taking the advantages of about the house without any prompting. -
Professor:Lankester says that no pains our use. the North and the advantagesof Each of the two has charge of a
are,taken to captivate or preserve the' The air we breathe and the waterwe the South in poultry culture, and stoveand must keep one supplied''with
mussel, and knowledge of its reproduction drink are provided by Nature. weighing them carefully as to the best coal and the other with ,wood ,without
,and growth is still incomplete, But we drink but very little water ex- results, we find the balance in favor of 'any prompting. The penalty of neg-
as it is of other bait. Soles are every cept from a cup or vessel of some kind, the South. Of course, to old breedersit lect is that the clothes of 'the, culprit
year becoming scarcer, and oysters which is a human invention. Evenif may:seem a'littlej'off: to them. The shall be put away in 'Ilis. drawers without -
.. are becoming more difficult to obtain. we drink from the shell of a gourd, North has been their home, pndjjthey' ironing, and as one of' the boys' 'is
At present, says' the same authority, we are using a thing which, in the have heard all sorts of bad stories fond of shiny collars and bosoms, ,,the
,. absolutely nothing is known of the, shape we use it, is a human contrivance about Florida, its insects, etc., hot omission ,of two eeks' ironing 'taught
sole; the 'male fish is not even recog- and the contrivances which man weather and dampness. As we trace him the propriety of taking up his
nized. The reasons for oysters being has devised for obtaining water and the 'ugly reports' to their source we duty and bearing it right along This '
scarce 'are not known nor how to distributing it have been among the usually find them to be from men that penalty failing in the case of the,other,
make them abundant. There are most wonderful and ,ingenious of any would never';be satisfied anywhere, andit boy, whenever his chores'were undone
many economists in England who which ,have, occupied the human mind. is safe to lay the false charges against he took his next meal in the kitchen,
maintain that the ,haphazard and improvident Bountifully as Nature: has providedwater poultry culture at the door..,of such and as this'was very trying he has de-
methods of fishing are exhausting and placed it within thd reachof men. They come to Florida, go up cidedl to take up his duty and do' it.
; .the fish,supply of ,the country man., yet we" do in fact get or use the St. Johns river Sanford, and return Five or ten minutes at 'the most suf-
as surely ,as ,the mining is,exhausting but little of it except by the aid of in ; then think they have 'done fices to do the work required, 'which
the,supply of coal. The, supplyof ventions. Florida. As a general thing they are might easily be done by hired help;
many kinds of fish is rapidly di- The air surrounds us at all times and correspondents to some country newspaper but in that case the boys would get
.. minishing, and ,the only way to check we cannot help using,it if .we would; and, so mislead the public entirely out''of the way of feeling any
thewasteis',, ; ''by.systematic study! of]the but if we want it ,either hotter or through the columns of the paper, as domestic responsibility. When' boys
conditions which(regulate the supply.It colder than we find it, we must resortto the editor, is generally ignorant about and girls can be depended on to do

is undoubtedly true that "the world some,invention to gratify our want. Florida, and so, ; does ,not Correct the certain necessary but disagreeableiduj-!!
could not be fed if men sought their If we want it to blow ,upon us when it : mistake that misleads the people. We ties without being 'punched upI
food on ]land with as:little forethought is still, we must set it in motion by have raised poultry in,,the North a lit- think they begin to be men and women -
and system as fishermen cast their:,nets some contrivance, and fans among tle over ten years, in,Iowa, Pennsylvania Until .I compelled my boys to
into,the seat To what extent these other things have been, invented for Massachusetts and New York, and take care of their own rooms they,were
facts,,which are, causing, considerable, that purpose. A large amount. of in Florida three years, and therefore disorderly in their rooms, leaving'gar-
discussion in England, apply to the human ingenuity has been, expendedupon know what we are talking about. We ments lying round instead of hanging
United States, we.are.are not prepared devices for moving air when we confidently say that Florida is the them up, whittling on the carpet, and
to say. The excellent:? work for many want it moved, upon fans, blowers, and best and easiest place to raise poultryin taking. no ,pains to, keep their rooms
years of our fish commission exoner- ventilators. that we have seen, or visited. The tidy. Now I everything is in place-
ates,our government from the accusa- How small a part of our food do we soil is well ,adapted to the raising of :neat ,and orderly. Finding out how.
tion of!total neglect. of ,this important take as animals do, in the form ,provi-- poultryand! the climate, is such that much work it takes to sweep'and.tidy-;
industry. ded by Nature, and how very large a you can raise chicks for the early :a room makes them careful, and when
Several States have fish commission-I share in some form contrived by man | Northern market when our Northern 1 they go to college the habit of keeping''
sioners, ,and,. together: with, the na We drink' infusions, of, tea or coffee, friends are banked in), snow drifts, j their rooms in order will be well fixed;?*
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file JJlorida Mispatell. WORK FOR FEBRUARY, be to raise everything useful for home quite successfully, by, observing the \\1'

consumption, and for the market. following rules : Select small or mod- I
In Grove Garden and Field.
FLA., FEB. i836[ The demand for good, fresh vegetables, erate sized trees-get all the roots possible

D. REDMOND, Editor. The widespread and disastrous and choice, ripe fruit, properly packedand not bruised or mutilated-cut a j

CHAS. W. DaCOSTA, Proprietor. freeze-out of last month, should arouse shipped is, practically, unlimited ;: great portion of the top and side i I I

Subscription. $2.OO per annum,in advance all our m ntal and physical energies,, but knowerdge, skill and constant branches off with a sharp knife-

RATES OF ADVERTISING. and bring out all our latent resources. labor only can secure success.IN make a large, roomyhole for the roots,
tracted.QPavable in advance, unless otherwise con- By wisely planning and laying out ORCHARD AND GROVE. and fill in carefully around them with

i SPACE. WEEK 1 M0. 8 M0. 6 M0. 1 YEAR our work for Spring and Summer, we Fig cuttings should be set out as moist earth. Set ,the tree about, as .

1 eqt?.. 8200 $600 31200 81600 82200 can do much to repair the losses and there is of deep as it stood in the field, and ,finish
soon as sign new growth
2 350 10 50 :2160 28 00 88 00 ,,
+ ( col.u SOO 6 00 18 2400 00 86 4800 00 4H tHOO 00 8500u 6t 00 disappointments of this "winter of our Plant the cutting where the tree is in- the work by covering the ground all

u 14 ll: 00 UO 42 3600 00 84 7200 00 112 00 00 00 12H 150 00 00 discontent, to reinstate us, and to restore tended to stand, and do not, remove it. around the newly planted tree, two

1 u 18 00 54 00 108 00 144 00 192 00 general cheerfulness and confi- Grape, Pomegranate, Rose and other -. feet from the stem, 'with an inch or

To receive AUTHORIZED Subscriptions AGENTS to this Paper: dence. Increased industry and activ- cuttings of deciduous trees and i two'of dead leaves or other mulching

UUBNKK don, England.& Co., 57 and 59 Ludgate Hill, Lon- ity are now the order of the day; and plants should now be set out. I material.

AMERICAN NEWS Co., New York. if we take hold vigorously and at Among trees, of the broad-
the Persimmon evergreen
WESTERN NEWS Co.,Chicago, 111. Transplant Japan ,
W. L. SIMS,Interlachen, Fla.i once, there is still plenty of time to ; leaved varieties, the most common'and
the Plum All broad-
Japan etc.
'. O. UPDEGRAFF & Co., Irvington, Ind. ,
SPECIAL CLUB BA 7ES. make full and ,profitable crops of all leaved evergreens can most safely be desirable are the magnolias (Grandi- /

We have made arrangements DISPATCH with the with publishers kinds for home use and the market. moved just as the new growth com- flora and Glauca), the'Hollies, Dahoon
and will club THE:
any of the following publications, which will But there is no time to waste in re mences in the spring. This rule also yaupon, &c.,) the Wild,Olive (Devil
be mailed promptly upon receipt of price, for
ONE YEAR. pining-every moment must be wisely applies to Junipers, the Cupressus fam- Wood,) &c., and all these, except the
AND Price. Rate. employed. See di- Wild Olive,) Osmanthus Americanus,)
American Agriculturist..............81.50 $2.00 S' .50 ily, etc. ( special Day"
Atlantic Constitution............. ... 1.50 2'00 3.00 Replant all early vegetables recently rections elsewhere.) do not bear transplanting readily, unless -
Atlantic Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.75
Country Gentleman......... .......... 2.50 2.00 3.50 killed by the frost-selecting such Young trees be safely certain rules are observed-
Century Magazine.............;........ 4.00 2.00 5.00 kinds for orange may
Detroit FreePress..1.00 2.00 2.75 as are most profitable ship- planted in accordance with the above namely : In taking up a Magnolia or
Electric Magazine....................... 5.00 2.00 5.25
the North and West. Peas
Florida Weekly Times............... 1.00 2.00 2.50 ment to rule, though the when Holly, in the woods or ,fields, select I
Family Story Paper..................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 and orange grownin
Fireside Companion.................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 tomatoes, snap beans, musk; water a nursery and furnished with plentyof small trees-get all the root possible, P
Frank Frank Leslie Leslie's s 111.Pop.Weekly.Monthly............. 4.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 4.75 4.00 melons, cucumbers, Irish potatoes, good roots, bears transplanting at and do not allow,the roots to be bruised, I ,

Golden Frank Leslie's Days....Sund'y.............Mag'zine............... 3.00 2.50 2.00 2.00 3.75 4.00 cabbages, etc., should be put in at the almost any season. or mutilated, or to become dry in
Harper's Illustrated Weekly..... 4.00 2.00 1.75 earliest and in the best
possible day, Before :
transit. planting, clip: off every
Harper's Illustrated Bazar......... 4.00 .OO 4.75 Bearing orange groves will need
Harper's 111. Young People....... 2.00 2.00 3.00 '
manner. the tree better still ,cut the
leaf' on or, ,
Harpers Monthly Magazine...... 4.00 2.00 4.60 careful examination and particular at- ,
Lippincott's Monthly.. Magazine.. .. 3.00 2.00 3.75 In replanting Irish potatoes, make tention. Do not cut trim until the stem of the tree off about"an inch above J
Nebraska Farmer. ...... ...... ... 1.00 2.00 2.75NorthAmericanReview..5.00 or
New York Weekly Sun............... 1.00 2.00 2.00 5.75 2.50 the ground deep and mellow; cover "frost work" shows plainly ; then do the ground, plant as directed for the :
York Herald......... 1.00 the sets but do not hill .
New Weekly 2.00 2.50 pretty deep, up deciduous trees, mulch, and wait patiently
New York Weekly Tribune....... 1.25 2.00 2.75 the work rapidly and thoroughly. It
New York Weekly Times........... 1.00 2.00 2.50 much; leave on the two strongest eyes for the new,-'fresh and vigor- 1
New York Weekly World.......... i.oO 2.00 2.50 is scarcely necessary to dwell upon the
Popular Science Monthly.........? 5.00 2.00 6.75 and plant the whole tuber; potash of cul- oas sprouts which are sure to springup i
Philadelphia Weekly Times..... 1.00 2.00 2.00 necessity extra fertilizing, good
Rural Californian........................ 1.50 2.00 2.50 (ashes), and leaf-mould for manure. from the roots, saving the strongestand I
Southern Cultivator................... 1.50 .OO 2.75 ture, etc. All this "goes without say- ,
Scientific American.................... 3.20 2.00 4.25 Sow carrots, beets, radishes, ,salsify, best of these for the future tree.
Saturday Night........................... 3.00 2.00 3.75 ing. I
Savannah Weekly News............. 1.25 2.00 2.50 spinach, etc., etc. with faith and To the novice in tree planting, this I
Southern Bivouac...................... 2.00 2.00 3.00 Finally-work con '
Southern Live Stock Journal... 2.00 2.00 2.75 Sweet Potatoes should be bedded out fidence-do not lose a jot of heart or looks like "heroic treatment, but
St. Nicholas................................. 3.00 2.00 4.00The very
Monthly Magazine for drawn as soon as the weather per- hope-Labor omnia vincit / it i is the only] way in which broad-
( Century':s)................................ 4.00 :.OO 5.00 -,------. r ..---
Waverly Magazine..................... 4.00 2.00 5.00The mits. A sheltered nook, facing the leaved forest evergreens can,, be suc-
above are among the very best publications Arbor Day.
although we are able to club with oth- south, well manured and frequently cessfully transplanted, especially at

ers.periodical Write us, for not terms in this with list any, and other we paperor shall watered, will give you an early crop FLORIDA TREES, AND HOW TO PLANT this season of the year. If ,large

heerfully Remittances quote should club sent. by Check of draws. Try the "Early ,Golden" THEM. Magnolia or Holly 'trees are taken up

Money 4e-.addressed Order to Postal ,Note or Registered: Let- fora, "forward" crop. We have published, with approval, and transplanted 'with. all their i -

C. W. DaCOSTA JAOKHOMVTT.MT., FT.A Corn may be planted the last of this the Governor's proclamation and sev- branches and leaves, in ,the ordinary I \

month the' is '' i careless not one out of,a hundredwill I
or as soon as ground eral other letters and circulars in regard way

Annual Meeting of the Florida Press warm enough. to tree planting on "Arbor Day," live through the 'summer ; and I

.Association.By Prepare for Cotton planting, but give the 10th inst.; and now desire to offer to prevent such disappointment as this

authorty! of the Executive Com provision crops the preference. a,few suggestions as to the kind of trees at.the-outset of this "Arbor Day" enterprise '- .

mittee, the Annual Meeting of. the Sugar Cane and Cassava seed will, to plant, and the proper mode of plant- is our object,in 'offering these

Florida Press :Association is hereby probably, be scarce, and there is con- hasty'suggestions.'!

called to meet at,Gainesville, on Thurs- siderable economy in cutting the canes ng.Source of Supply. We imaginethat The Coniferous trees and plants,

day, February 11,1886., to single eyes and dropping them at most of the trees and plants such as Pines, Junipers (Cedars) &c.,
0., ,H. JONES '
J t President.D. regular distances in rich, mellow soil. for'"Arbor Day" will be transferredfrom are very difficult transplant, 'when

; H. ELLIOTT, Guinea'and Para grasses are, 'probably the woods,swamps and old fields ; large ; and should only be removed ,

I Secretary. much injured, and may patches and these, unfortunately, are always just as the young spring growth is I

.s- destroyed. Where the roots are alive, very difficult to transplant successfully starting. Then the roots must not be 1\\

I' Florida land speculators should tell in March or'April, manure and work on account of the impossibility allowed to become in the least dry, '

the truth. Many claims made by thoroughly, but do not disturb other- of'' taking them up with a sufficient and the tree, after ''l'emovalwill require -

them, we are .forced to admit, are not wise. If your patches are wholly de- quantity of good 'roots. \ mulching, shading and watering.

only, untrue but absurdly ridiculous.The stroyed, replant in Pearl Millet, Millo Varieties. Our most common trees, .------

New York Herald has taken upon Maize, the 'new Kaffir Corn, 'or some of native growth, suitable for trans- CODFISH IN THE GULF.-One million

itself to expose Florida land frauds. other rapid growing and nutritious planting, are the different oaks, the young codfish, artificially hatched r

We are afraid that imprudent people forage. A full supply of forage for Sweet Gum, the Elms, Hickory, Prick at the stations of the United' States I

have already given abundant room for your 'working stock, milch cows, etc., ly Ash, Dogwood, Black Gum, Tupelo Fish Commission, will, be sent to Pen- .

the attack of that great newspaper. will "pay" in many ways, and should Gum, Poplar, or White Wood, sacola during the coming week to be I

Stick to facta,we say-not only to real not, on any account, be neglected.On Persimmon, White and Swamp Ash, placed in the waters of the Gulf.. The : II

estate. men, but the Herald as well.- the farm, and in the garden and chinquapin, etc., all of which are object 'is to test the question, : of acclimating l

Florida ,Herald. truck-patch, the 'leading i idea should deciduous, and can be transplanted these fish in warmer waters. I

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I I ..,. New Publications.. street, Chicago, Ill. A very prettily Arbor Day-Wind-Breaks, Etc. Little Frost at Kissimmee. ;.v

The Popular Science Monthly, for printed, neatly illustrated and well We call attention to the very per- The late frost did not seem ,to fall

February, is on our table, and we can arranged little Catalogue, containinga tinent suggestions of Prof. A. H. CQRTisa precisely alike throughout the State! ,

only repeat our often-expressed opinionof select assortment of seeds, imple in regard to "Arbor Day;" appointed upon the "just and the unjust., :Inmost

its great and unrivalled merit as a ments, etc.Illustrated. in this'State'' for the 10th instant places the fruit was totally destroyed '

purveyor of scientific truths and sug- Catalogue of Deere & ; and we, also refer the reader and the younger trees especially -

gestive speculations. The leading ar- I I Co., Moline, Ill., 1886. Deere & Co. who may contemplate planting treeson considerably injured. But eve}

ticles in the number before us are : I are great plow and cultivator manu- that day, to some practical hints on were recently shown, by Mr. )V Ifitm}!

The, Improvement East River and facturers, and the elaborate and finely the subject in another column of this Cannon, of Kissimmee, some samplesof

Hell-Gate: ;" "The Interpreters of illustrated catalogue which they, this issue. 'We can hardly hope, now, to the sweet orange from one of' his
the ,Na- send furnishes testimony within half a mile of Lake Ta-
Genesis and Interpreters of year, out, ample arouse any great enthusiasm on the groves

ture,;" "Recent Experiments in State of the great extent and successof subject of planting timber and shade hopekaliga, which had come throughthe

Taxation ;f "Bishop's Ring Around their business. Many of the'plows trees either for patriotism or profit : I frost perfectly sound and bright.Mr. .

" ,the Sun ;" "The Influence of Inventions and other implements pictured in this I but the necessity of such planting is'' Cannon also has charge'' (of)' !'a

Upon Civilization ;" "Tne Musket catalogue are of seemingly perfect yearly becoming more urgent, and it nursery of 60,000 trees;, one and. two'1

as a,Social Force ;" "Discrimination models, and look, almost, as if they is well to call the attention of our peo- years old, only a few of which are.*-',seriously -

in ,Railway Rates ;" '"Acclimatization would run themselves. ple to the matter in time. The valueof injured by the frost.. Neitherthe

;" "Instinct as a Guide to Health;" The Florida ,Pilot is a new eight- belts of timber as "wind-breaks," grove or nursery has any special

"The Increasing Curse of European page paper published in Hawthorne, for the protection of orange groves, protection ; and the fine condition of

Militancy.;" "Medical Practice in Fla., by J. W. Broyles, at 1.50'' per can scarcely be questioned ; but thereis the fruit and trees speaks well for the'

I .Damaraland,;" "The Problem of Photography year. a wide difference of opinion ,as to Kissimmee region...... '/ ; "i

i in Color ;" "'V omen. in Astronomy TheKeynote. An Illustrated Weekly the manner of using these windbreaks.In THE TOUGH LITTLE SATSUMA.Aletter lI:
i ;" "Sketch of Dr. W. B. Car- Louisiana and on the eastern coast
Review, devoted to Music, Drama, from a nurseryman at Archerto \
. penter, with portrait;" "Sketch of Literature, Art, Society, and Current of Alabama] and Mississippi, the wind- the Gainesville News says: "The

I, ,James B. Eads, with portrait." Edi- Events. $4 per year-single nun ,breaks are nearly always planted on Satsuma orange trees have stood the t"

tor's Table : "Beecher's Position on bers, 10, cents. Address: The Key- east and south sides of the grove to be unprecedented cold of last week without -
(Evolution ;" Literary Notices ; 'Popu- note, ,P. O. Box 1766, New York protected'; while in Florida, most wri- losing a leaf; and they are now ,I-S

lar Miscellany ; Notes, ete. Nineteen City. ters advocate planting the windbreakbelt green: as they were before the .fre4.e.
chapters, with several illustrations. the north and northwest of the '
} I Nellis's Floral and Garden In- on Trees,not,larger than pipe stems,are
1 r New York : D. Appleton & Co. structor. Mohawk Valley Seeds. Ad- grove. all right. It is a good orange of.Ihe'
Yearly, $5.00-single number 50 We shall be to this matter,
glad see kid kind bearer but
dress: The A. C. Nellis Co., Caua- glove very early ,
. cents. fully discussed in our columns, and we is slow and hard to
joharie, New York. a grower prj pa-
The St. Louis Illustrated Magazine, The American Bookmaker. A call for the experience and careful observation gate. It does best on lemon stocks,

t for February, has quite a varied and of our readers. budded right at the ground, so stock
Journal of Technical Art and Infor-
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I interesting table of contents, with several mation for Publishers, Printers, Lith- can be covered with dirt; or it. can, be

i illustrations ; and, at $1.50 per ographers, Book-Binders, and all Some Queries. grafted in orange stocks at the ground.

i year or ':15 cents per single number, others connected, with interested in Editor Florida Dispatch : it can be budded on sour, but does' no
or .'
I good on sweet'StocksNegroes .
has furnishes
;I no rival as a magazine Book-making. Monthly. $2 per EUSTIS, FLA., January 22. .....------- !

a great amount of entertainingand year-single copies 25 cents. Ad- Will some one with experience in for California... ; "
: instructive'reading, at a very moderate fruit canning and preserving give us
dress Howard Lockwood New York
I : Late advices from Charlotte, N.' (1,
price.Faet8Devoted. an article on preserving, canning and
that the exodus of l laborers
state colored -
of ?
making jelly out oranges
rite Statements
to of City.Webb's
As the original home of the orangeis from North Carolina t for< points
Jacksonville Directory.In .
I Mental, and Spiritual Phenomena. Vol. in the woods, why not leave all the West is beginning to excite some;in-
4-No. 12. $1 year-single copies, a hasty glance through Webb'snew forest when trees
I per trees we, plant our or terest; Charlotte is the railroad cen-
Directory, the Herald :found that ? Would it not be some '
10'cents. Facts Publishing Co., No. groves protection ter for the State and it is here that
9 Bosworth street, Boston, Mass. the name Williams occurs most frequently from frost? Or, I would ask
the made
emigration parties are ,
what the result up
there being 151 enumerated.The some orange-grower
Massachusetts Horticultural Society would be to plant in the native forest? and here the railroad 'agents meet und
are also 83 Smiths, 76 Jones, 52
-Schedule of Prizes for the 1886. for their transportation. Not
year [The forest planting theory of the
Browns, 51 Johnsons, 37 Greens, 35
An admirably arranged, large and each of Thomas and Jackson, 34 late Col. Hardee and others has, already less than 3,000 have left the State,
prize list for which mostly for Arkansas and Kansas.:
comprehensive Clarks, 20 each of Thompson, Turner been very fully discussed in our
our acknowledgments are tendered the and Walker, 21 Mitchells, '19 Aliens, horticultural'journals and fruit conven- They continue to emigrate westward? ,

accomplished and energetic Secretary, 18 each of Alexander and White, 17 tions, but has long since been abandoned but there seems to be no fuxth: )\demand -
I i Robert Manning Esq. for them in Kansas, and theyare
( Lewis, 16 Jenkins.. 'lfr.Vebb makes ( as generally, impracticable. Youngtrees
Annual,Illustrated Retail transplanted do not thrive well now going to California., Last
I Gregory's the present population of the city and
, Catalogue of :Warranted Seeds, Vegetable suburbs 20,712, an increase of 1,984 under the shade of old,forest trees, and night seventy were turned over to
Edward F. Sisson, of the Saiita Fe
1 I' Flower: and Grain, thrown' and since,1884',,when his last directory was there are many reasons why such a, ,
route, and A. A. Gallagher, of the
'' cannot be entertained in these
sold by James.J; Gregory, Marble- published. system
head 'Mass. The' of improve- -. .._----.-.__. -.- days of advanced ,fruit culture.-ED.] Missouri Pacific Road, ,for ;ransporta:
I tion to California.( This batch of emigrants
ment1' in typography and I illustration is REVERSAL- OF -Capt. Will some onegive, their experiencein are bound for Los ,Angeles,
f ', shown in 'this 1886 Catalogue of Mr. Seiders, of the steamer -Alene, 'says preserving oranges after they have: having contracted to work in the
'" Gregory, who ,has been 25 years that, at; the"equator, the westward cur been 'frozen' ,and thawed out on trees ? vineyard and hop fields'of E; F,"Baldwin ) -

,firi!' the trade; and who has built up a' rent that usually flows at the rate of As it' may be\of !interest 'to'solUe' of who owns over 2,000COO 'acnis of

': '" and'' lucrative ''business' by enterprise sixteen miles a day has been running our readers"of the DISPATCH, I give land. According, to agreementa.ujadowith !
I large in frozen Mr. ,Baldwin ,his
experience preserving through
': 1 eastward at the_ rate of seventy miles. my
and fair liberal dealing. : He ,. '
; ranges; selected half a/dozen Naval, before'leaving here they are to net f
: "u offers several 'novelties' in the way of a day., ',' .I .. .I"c'.....,....","' ., -I -, I while frozen> and, made,very] nice" pre $12 per'montQ for;'the first year?; ''with

'seeds;' some\;of '''which ,are, doubtless,) <,: .THE HAINES CITY TIMES,j isa, lively serves. Four -days after the'freeze I board and house free;' ''Mr. Baldwin l
took four dozen' Tangierines which had advanced ''money to; :'forltheir,
'' 'Worthy'of1 trial' in' Florida. : Address\ ; and' promising little paper, hailing :
.' thawed out' on,the trees, and were soft, transportation Los Au'gole.s>, the
: above "
tttsas from the young, town in\Pol5| "county and also made in each full
a success makingnice price of ,ticket\ being' j t 6,70.
I Seeds and Tools, for Market Gardeners whose name it bears. AVe wish it suc- fine flavored preserves. The entire 70 people left Here la*

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'" Agricultural Colleges. that many boys were necessarily re. Cold Waves. England, or of Maria Theresa of Germany

Honestly and earnestly desiring the fused this year. The instructors are The following items in regard to I ; but when you want your grand-

wdvancement of Agriculture in Florida men in earnest. The president, a cold waves have been gleaned from l est idea of a queen, you think of the '

Colleges an efficient promoter of the and affection of the young men as one Service, and published in the issue of at the table,or walked with him arm-

**most useful and most honorable" of who deals with them squarely and Science for December 25, 1885 : in arm down life's pathway, sometimes

human pursuits, we respectfully call without favoritism, and seeks their Cold ,vaves are found to follow on to the Thanksgiving banquet, some-

the attention of the Trustees and Faculty best interests ; and Mrs. Lee's motherly area of low, and to precede an area, of times to the grave,'but always together,

of our State Agricultural Collegeto kindness is just delightful to see. high pressure, but their cause is not soothing your petty griefs, correcting

the following from the New York The air is filled with enthusiasm. Evena considered. Within our territory they your childish waywardness, joining in

Weekly Tribune : visitor, like myself, catches it. The nearly always appear first at Helena, your infantile sports, listening to your

AGRICULTURE IN NAME AND IN DEED. overpowering purpose clearly controls Mont, and it is concluded that "they evening prayers, toiling for you with

Bishop Hugh Miller Thompson, of professors and students, and a lazy have their origin in the vast regions of needle or at the spinning wheel, and

the Methodist Church, having a boy man at Starkville would be in misery. ice and snow near the arctic circle far on cold nights wrapping you up snug

in the Mississippi\ Agricultural College, "I had placed my own rather self- to the north of our stations." It is and warm. And then, at last, on that

spent a November day or two at that indulgent son in the institution, and possible that records from the British day when she lay in the back room

institution, and reports to the New found him entered into all the life and Northwest, territory might disprovethis dying, and you saw her take those thin

Orleans Times. ..Democrat his impres- enthusiasm of work and drill and study.I conclusion ; for in winter, when hands with which she toiled for you so

sfon,.giving a notable view which we saw the young men upon parade ; in the cold waves are most frequent, it i is long, and put them together in a dying

contemplate with a satisfaction we feel their 'mess hall' at the substantial sup- not always the polar regions that are prayer that commended you to the

sure readers of this department of the per ; in the chapel ; in their plain, coldest. The waves are found to move God whom she had taught you to

Tribune will heartily share. There is anti-luxurious quarters, and at their in different ways ::1, directly eastward, trust-oh, she was a queen The char-

increased need of educating "the hand work, as I have described in the field over the great lakes, and across New iots of ,God went down to fetch her ;

-the doing power," which the general and the dairy ; saw a halfhundredwith England, not being felt south of the and as she went in, all heaven rose up.

public is learning to recognize, and axes on their shoulders returning. Ohio valley ; 2, southeasterly cover- You cannot think of her now withouta

the fulfillment of which in time it will from clearing land, and did my own I ing the entire country in their progress ; rush of tenderness that stirs the deep

exact from the schools ent'd thinking about it all as a sort of new 3, southerly, from Montana and Dakota foundation of your soul, and you feelas

for that purpose by the Nation era wherein labor is honorable, and to Texas, thence through the much a child again as when you

and States, but which have been un- intellect goes with toil, and brains Gulf States, and finally northeastwardover cried in her lap; and if you could

justly diverted from their legitimate guide the hands. There was far-seeing the Atlantic States, such waves bring her back again to speak your

work' by managers not in fympathy wisdom somewhere when this univer- being sometimes felt at St. Louis and name as tenderly as she used to speak .

with the spirit of the dawning "new sity at Starkville was founded. There Shreveport before reading St. Paul and it, you would be willing throw your-

era wherein labor is honorable, and apppears to have been marvelous good Chicago. The number of waves be- self on the ground and kiss the sod_

brains guide the hands." The Bishop : fortune in the selection of General longing to the first three classes duringthe that covers her, crying : "Mother\ !

writes with an eloquent enthusiasm Lee, and the faculty, and the whole first six months of the years 1881to Mother !I" Ah, she was the queen !.:-

which speaks well for his practical concern has a very high pulpit, and is 1884 was 22, 47, and 19. The sec. Rev. Dr. T. De TVitt Talmage. .

doing, in my judgment, some of the ond class thus appears more frequentlythan ..-. '
sense and inspired foresight : Use of Lime.
most efficient and important preachingever the other two combined. Fifty
"I have just seen what I considerthe I Lime acts both mechanically and
done in Mississippi.\ per cent of the waves appeared simul-
most hopeful sight so far visible to chemically when applied to land. It
This institution seems, indeed, to be taneously at Bismarck and Helena. .
in Mississippi\ -fifty or sixty makes soils mellow
my eyes heavy clay and
worthily fulfilling the high purpose They generally reach Omaha eight to
men-white men, mind the of low wet soils
young you- corrects acidity ,
contemplated in the wise provision of sixteen hours after their appearanceat
with hands and hoes down in the soil but the principal. benefit to be derived
,the preat public fund for "agriculturaland Helena, the distance being 880'
and planting straw- the of this material '
digging potatoes from application
industrial education." So is that miles ; St. Louis, 24 to 32 hours, dis-
berries at eight cents an hour. They is in the decomposition of vegetable
in Michigan, of Kansas, and we hopeof tance 1030 miles; Galveston, 24 to 40
'were not tramps, nor boors, but scholars matter in the soil. Lime in itself is of
Iowa, though as to the latter adverse hours, distant 1600 miles ; Nashville,
and gentlemen-sons of our best little value as a fertilizer and no
rumors have reached us. All the same ; Buffalo, 24 to 48 hours, dis-
people-and were learning many amount will make.a poor soil fertile.
the State schools so munificiently endowed tance 1750 miles ; Washington, 32 to
things'of vast promise to themselves On low bottom lands the lime shouldbe
are what the managers make 56 hours, distance 1953 miles. The
1 and Mississippi, in this close and prac- applied broadcast and in a caustic
them-successes where the trustees difficulty in the prediction of the wavesis
tical acquaintance with its soil. It but that which has
state, on uplands ,
and honor and foster
faculty "agriculture the same that embarrasses the pre-
was at the Agricultural College at been exposed after burning until it is
and the mechanic arts; and fail- diction of storm centre tracks, for the
Starkville, where I spent last Friday, air slaked-as it is termed-will an-
where the !
ures short-sighted leadership former follow the latter.
institution, swer well if not better than
equally as
i freezes out, or even subordinates, ''tui There has as,yet been no tabulation
is filled this year to its utmost when slaked by water. If applied to
tion in the The intelli-
practicals. published by the Signal office of the
capacity. There are, I believe, 375 clover or wheat it should be sown ,
gent reader knows how it is (for lamentable conditions attending the early appear-
students. I was struck with the ad- broadcast at the rate of ten bushels i
examples) in New Hampshire ance of areas of low pressure, which
unable; discipline, the independentand acre and evenly distributed over i
and in
Massachusetts ; also in afterward take different directions in I
self-respecting bearing of the the surface early in spring. When
Ohio and Illinois where "Industrial"
crossing the country. A special description -
men the military alertness, the soils low bottom
young applied to clay or
was thrust aside and the "University"programme is given in the note of the
of manner to the professors lands bushels acre
courtesy: to fifty
I weakly copied. All/of the cold wave of March 18, 1883, in which
I and( to each other. be used with safety., If the,soilis
institutions,which have been ,created, the fall of temperature in twentyfourhours may
"The students live plainly and not naturally well supplied with
or profitted public cost are properly was generally 20 to 40 over,
serve themselves as to their personal vegetable matter, the lime may be composted I
amenable to criticism
public are being the country. The most ,marked falls !
needs. There is a quiet Spartan sim- with peat from;the swamps, old
sharply watched, and will be held'more of temperature follow well developed
plicity about their quarters. They are strictly to account for their steward storms, and accompany an area of ab- sods, or even, leaves and weeds, but it !

like 'soldiers in barracks, and endure ship as the helplessness of "the literary normally high pressure. should never ,be mixed with fresh stable -

4tI 1 hardness bravely. The equipment for idea" to aid the masses.of the ,people ---- ........---- manure, because its chemical action j

,Btiidy is, I judge, very sufficient' for who do ,the world's work-becomes.increasingly The Queen of Women. on manures containing ammonia I

r present needs, but many things ,must -=-apparent.--- .a. When you want to get the grandestidea 'is injurious. If you have,any doubtson

r I'como hereafter. The buildings are A,hero, whether,he,wins vor..loses. is of a queen, you do not think of this point;'.. mix a little lime ,with

insufficient now, in view of the fact a hero. : 'I tti:. .' '? ., ., I. Catharine of Russia, or of Anne of guano, or with a shovelful of hen ma-
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and see how quickly the ammo- The best Orange Tree Fertilizer now The Stereopticon Advertising Co.

niacal gases will br evolved and dissi in the market is made by Williams, I I .
Clark & Co. Office 64 St. :
, W Bay ,
pated.-JV.:. Y.: Sun. .
Jacksonville FJa.Consumption. -- ----- '
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Vlridly illustrates all their
Soott's Emulsion of Pure Coil Liver .
Fruit and Vegetable Market.
Oil, with Hypopliosphitcs Cured. -

In Scrofulous and Consumptive cases. An old retired from FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE
r physician, 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK, Jan. 211!), 1885.}
Dr. C. C. Lockwood, New York, says: practice, having had placed in his; QUOTATIONS. ADVERTISENIEN"TS. ."
"I have frequently prescribed Scott's' Florida Oranges, fancy, per crate. 3 75a 4 (00)()
hands by an East India missionary the Florida Oranges, fair to good, crt. 2 !50a( ..150{ .
Emulsion and regard it as a valuable formula of a simple vegetable remedy Florida Oranges, frozen ini'r, cit. 50a 1 00 r
in scrofulous and Florida Oranges, russets pr crate. 2 bOa 3 50
preparation con for the speedy and permanent cure of Florida Oranges, Tangerines, crt. 4 OOa 4 50 '
sumptive cases, palatable and effica Consumption Bronchitis Catarrh Florida Oranges, Mandarins, crt. 2 50a 3 00 ALEX. D. ROUSSKt,
,, J. 1). HASHAGKN, .
cious. -. .- Asthma and all throat and Lung Affections Eastern Agent. !Manager.'

Life ill The 1'uris Sewers, also a positive and radicalcure I\,-,'

is possible, for a short time to the for Nervous Debility and all NervouS LOCAL ADVERTISEMENTS.Write .

robust, but the majority of refined Complaints, after having testedits I Office in Bostwick's Building\ ,corner Ba/and,,','

persons would prefer immediate deathto wonderful curative powers in thou- or telegraph Byron E. Oak,, Pine Streets.

existence in their reeking atmos; sands of cases, has felt it his duty to the undertaker, for( Marble, Iron Rail- \

phere. How much more revolting to make it known to his suffering fellows: ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A >, i >'

be in one's self a living sewer. But Actuated by this motive and a desireto full line of Wooden and Metallic P. O. Box 711.Send. \ !;;,

this is actually the case with those in relieve human suffering, I will send Cases and Caskets always on hand. \\' I

whom the inactivity of the liver free of charge, to all who desire it, this All orders promptly attended to, 25 Tern'ls.: .J,

drives the refuse matter of the body to recipe, in German, French or English, Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla. for.

escape through the lungs, breath, the with full directions for preparing and 'r",.

pores, kidneys and bladder. It is as- using. Sent by mail by addressing r.

tonishing that life' remains in such a with stamp, naming this paper, W. A. moimos COIN B

dwelling. Dr. Pierce's "Golden Med- NOYES, 149 Power's Block, Rochester, 218 Bay Street,

ical Discovery" restores normal purityto N.: Y. Dealer in Second-hand Clothing. U. S. FAST MAIL STEAMERS
in the Old cloth-
Cheapest place city.
the system and renews the whole II!!....... FOR
ing cleaned and repaired. Spots taken
being. Those who have used the Boss ZINC .

-0.'rllrov and LEATHER COLLAR PADS and from your clothEs f at. -once. Palatka ana All LanffinRs
ANKLE BOOTS say they are the best
and radical method Lands for Sale.
employ our new ON
and cheapest because most durable.
guaranteed to permanently cure the A large amount of land for sale in
They will last a life time. Sold by UPPER ST. JOHN'S
worst cases of rupture. Send 10 centsin quantities to suit purchasers, in the
Harness makers on 60 days' trial.
stamps for references, pamphlet and DEXTER CURTIS, vicinity of Crescent City, Huntington, TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER,

terms. World's Dispensary Medical Madison, Wis. Lake Como, Pomona and Forest Key West, Havana and New Orleans.

Association, 663 Main St., Buffalo, -...-- Hills. By

N. Y. For of J. S. BROWN, -
Printing descriptionwrite
----- 166m. Fruitland Fla.
nov ,
to C. "W. DaCosta, Jacksonville,
"Her face fair flesh, It seemed not
so as .
But heavenly portrait of bright angel's hue, Fla. ., LINE gTEMIBR8H.
Clear as the sky, without a blame or blot, PEOPLE'S$ .
Through goodly mixture ofcomplexlons due, 15,000 LeConte Pear Trees 1 to 3
And her cheerks the vermell red did show." 10,000 old Pecan
years 5,000 paper-shell
This is the poet's description of a four year old Budded Orange Trees, Trees', 1,000 lbs. Kolb Gem Melon\ -

a woman whose physical system was ina buds, one year old. These were raisedin Seed, for sale at Rocky Branch Nurseries Steamers B. PLANT, of the People'

perfectly sound and healthy state, the best nurseries ,in the State. Monticello, Fla. Address De Line Bary-Baya, and CITY Merchants'OF JACKSONVILLE Line, will ,run ot( the ufl

'with every function acting properly, Price on board cars onlv 35c. each, toM novltf B. W. PARTRIDGE. follows : Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line

and is the enviable condition of its reduce my stock. AddressG. Wharf Leave Savannah at foot of Laura, Florida street and:Western -

fair patrons produced by Dr. Pierce's H. SUTHERLAND, A job lot of Manilla\ Pads, of different Railway wharf, Jacksonville,
"Favorite Prescription." Any Drug Aredondo, Fla. sizes, for sale cheap. Made of Leave daily Jacksonville, on arrival of..Fast........Mail.........train........... 8:30 p m
gist. waste and just the thing for Leave 8:5.0 pm
_ paper Leave ?rr a m
> scribbling or memorandums. Leave DeLand. o:00am
"'Vb at' Shall we do with our n r n- for paper and prices. Leave Blue Springs.............................. 5:15 a m
samples Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail-
Daughters C. W. DACOSTA. road !:1Sftm
Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. a:20 n m
This question is asked by a well- II IT (I II II II It II fl rI1 an a i.ii ii u ii a Arrive Enterprise................................ 8:50 n, m
known lady lecturer. Well, we can Leave Enterprise. 9:101. In

with them cD ........... RETURNING,
do things
a great many ; 00 I 1j6 = -:0c Leave Sanford, City wharf.................. 3:50: p m
one ,thing, we must take good care of a & .IagJnam J<5A s. O o o oooo 33 '"
their health, and not let them run .. .. a Iris alhuaAV I So5o5oo ci5N -" (except on Sunday, when steamers
() 15 rn
will leave at 11:00: a m) 4: p
down and become enfeebled. For the za :> Leave Blue Springs. .i605;; p m

feminine ailments, which may be sum- On .A.i'11 PJmnH eve. .ooowo-. r.o a.. :z Leave Leave .. .. .>16:40&|!>P p m m
in havea C U'Bp U'BaK t-c Q;Nt.A s* enc So m
med up one word-debility, we s Si : Leave ,}
"": Arrive Jacksonville. :fo*>a m
sovereign remedy in Brown's Iron rn

Bitters, which has done much good. '0. .&ZlooleA I a.t-p-I aQ ,:::w _3a fee O e-! CTr' :c;oj Connecting Railway at at Palatka Astor with with St.Florida Jphx,rsou"s, acd; :Item -

Miss Mary Greenfield, Galatia, Ill., 181 $:I r.n ___ C) Lake Eustis Railway; at Sanford with <'. cam-
of tho
and with trains;;
writes, "Brown's Iron Bitters cured w 5Ho : 'aol'laaa1Q r PiIo : : ai y0 UR =' e ent South ers for Florida Indian Railroad for Tampa; atTumpa
zzzzz with the steamer Margaret of the People'sLine
, me of nervousness, indigestion and w & coc I for points on Tampa Bay and :lifana *
i general poor health." Let the young Qt o U River[ : also connecting with the steamships
CC fT1 for Key West and
.. Q) Hutchinson and Whitney
ladies take the hint. :> sqjpaipunqPUB ()
; ;;JI saqonj UJ{ gc .cvoooS sg o Havana every Saturday: on arrival of
at Jv1lpVestSundays
3: arriving
0-4 train,
: s.. D II'BJUJU.I 4qIYa' ...... s: Florida Mondays.
Another cargo of Orange Tree Fertilizer cS Q.QS) fT1z Returning and Havana steamships on leave Havana on

received Williams fI4 .d J2r -THE g Wednesdays, Key West Thursdays, Tumpa
just by OQ oocvl nocvw f3uu.dRYs. .
Lpci New Orleans on
I at
Clark & Co., in Jacksonville. These o 5 uuaw i iQ as r fBgaQlQ: ..m BEST TONIC ? Fridays. arriving '

goods are very popular. Office 64 J o* 3S z ;: ')ooeoawo ..r g This medicine, combining Iron with pure On and Tampa after January and Havana 1st the is direct expected tervjc!tobeste1ameers&mttahoochee
::: 2O mnmJuJW l Oi.O OH. N OS vegetable tonics, quickly and completely between
W. St. Jacksonville Fla. IQ. !
,Bay OQQ H Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weakness, and Jennie Lane,
, t OO p O oc Impure Blood,DIaIorlaChllU and Fevers, and Rosa and Welakft,
YBv'C1GOh' Line,
I ur,uI l I : and Neuralgia.It of the People's
.Q to 10>n'O c"3 tQ 'tip Merchants' Line, leave
II De Bary-Baya
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I I, Early Golden Sweet Potatoes = $ Is an unfailing and Liver.It remedy. for Diseases of thoKidneys Jacksonvile daily, at 6 p. m. Retorplaff,

During the past two years I'' have ..IQ'Jamo.lutI .I e'N'"":tC -a:: ; i is Invaluable for Diseases peculiar tt leave Sanford daily, at 9 a. m.
=- oO.oox oq .;;. Women, and all who lead sedentary lives.It by the Boats of this Company it
raised over two thousand bushels of ;>0 UUU uua'i 8i ,.:'C headacheorproduce hawing Prohibited..
I does not injure the teeth,cause Strictly
these and now plant them to S8 constipation-other Iron medicines do.( of
potatoes, c 0) O IDi For further particulars}Inquire
other v : i .. S : 8 aI It enriches and purifies the blood,stimulatesthe JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk,
exclusion of .
i the variety I food,
every I l .. I :. ; appetite aids the assimilation of relieves Steamboat WharfJacksonville
i wartyt' Office Way cross
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27 lIeartburn and strengthens
and Belching, FlabV.
! \ both for home use and for shipping 0 i : ,
\ North. Fine seed for sale at 3.00',. -f Hi d rc r'=1 Awe: I For the Intermittent muscles and Fevers nerves.Lassitude, Lack of DAVIDSON General Trafflo'Agent,Astor Building.

per barrel. Address G. L. TABER, o ayda : fcg Energy,&c., it has no equal.A trade'mark and O. D. OWENS. : ,Traffic Manag r,

Glen St. Mary, Fla. tto) \Q,t S:: $I crossed_- The red genuine lines on has wrapper.above Take no other. -Gen'l*j'j : Manager Savannah, Oa.i. u
Sund SundMond Mond MondTuesd Tuesd TuesdWedn Wedn WednThurs Thurs ThursPnda Pnda s1 Z .S.HAINES, .
}jen25 3mo :s' j, i Sa Blade oulrbr BROWN CHEMICAL: CO, BILTIflORX,BD. Sept. 17,U. Savannah,Ga.
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t f ,, FAUhSQUARE! !! DIEAUNGt. L FREE TO ALL .'.v ,

.. ? Relieving that if U roan has dealt squarely with his fellowmen -
a'"O ti'\ ''''' '" hU patrons are his best advertisers, I invite all to A 36 Page pamphlet on
}\"VJ 4' '......l make inquiry of the character of my seeds among ovtro
G S I Furmers Gardeners and Planters who huvo
million of ,
/ --: E '_ ;:-; used them during the past thirty years. Raising a Orange and Fruit Culture Vegetable Growing
... JJ'-- ft., large: portion of the seed sold, (few seedsmen raise the ,
-", 1 r.i seed they! sell I was the first seedsman in the United ,
TALOG y, a States to warrant (as per catalogue) their purity and freshness ISSUED BY
"; l'o.ic --- :-,, ,,$ ,' :N r' r-I v Vipetdhlo\) and! Piuwer.eed<< Cntulonue fur 1886 will be '
-; t.1?- 's, tent!! VltKl-j; 10 nil who\vlitt'for\ It.moll.c:; an Immetict! variety, THE MAPES' FORMULA AND PERUVIAN GUANO COMPANY
"" '. ;, '. my frkmls! \vlII find In It (and in tnine.nther) IIl1cwit'1II11111'acICub- i
'08 6 tinge,just ai out n4,111'1.(1"! IINlllcl''oi..'". hilt iionrl.r tvie us '
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Necessity for Complete Feeding of tree and fruit-Danger from forcing or partial fertil- ,

Two Distinct Manures required for Orange Trees-before and after maturity.
I' : i Effect of the flight Forms! of plant food on the quality of the fruit and the health ,of the
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.!I. .rn'p f. I rees.Necessity of Judicious and liberal Fertilization to prevent disease and exhaustion In -

\ I orchards-Prof. GOESSMANN! on the importance of selecting the particular forms of plant
,:' y G ood that will exert, the most beneficial influence on the fruit.
1l'l' ,i iC 1 .1.-.1.I. Diseases of Orange Trees-Die-back, gum disease, scales, insects, rust, splitting and
: dropping of fruit-Defective and improper feeding.
./.r t a I 'I II' ItU I Ie ." Results! from Injudicious Fertilization disastrous on the Orange tree, and fruit equallyso
.' dilllcult to trace than on the more rapidly maturing fruit like the Strawberry
+sr;: .,.."', though more ;
and Grape, rind crops,like Sugar Beets.
.'. I Stimulating: and Temporary Benefit from nitrogenous fertilizers. They only partiallyeed .
: o I the cropAre not cheap.
(:/ i Waste of Organic Nitrogen, In blood, flesh, fish, cotton seed, etc. Prof. SV, Johnsonon
\:' I IIIa the waste of nitrogen in light soils.
f f The Mapes Manures as Prepared for Florida not liable to waste, excepting to the exert -
of a small proportion of the Nitrogen existing us Organic Nitrogen, derived from Bone
r about one third of the total Nitrogen.
Valuation of Organic Nitrogen in the form of vegetable matter in Commercial Fertili
zers-inert, unavailable Nitrogen in muck-Inferior forms.-Prof. S. W. JOHNSON' on same.
t I i Leaching 1 and Waste of some fertilizing dlentA-Phosphoric Acid and Potash seldom -
( ii found in any quantity in drainage \\aters-Prof. "WARKINGTON'S testimony.
::11 : Low Priced "Cheap" Fertilizers generally objectionable, and fail to supply plant foodit

g 'k I f .". i iS reas'innble rates-Kainit, Fish. Cotton Seed, etc.
d Necessity of Supplying the Right Forms! of p'ant fool-Testimony ot Profs. S. W.
Complete Manure ve1'SItS'Super.phosphate-Dr. J. B. LA WES and Prof. \V. II. JORDAN. .
Prof. Jordan.: -Complete Commercial Fertilizer can be .depended on to keep up fertll-
'''Hl'' II II l lII ty indefinitely, and dispenses! with! necessity of changing or rotating manure-
II ? i I Kainit, Murato of Potash,' Cotton Seed, etc..-Caution against! their.use on Oranges.The .
II I Ii Mapes Orange Tree Manure for young growing trees, etc.
The' Mapes Fruit and Vine Manure for older and bearing trees, etc.
The Mapes Vegetable Manure.-Prof. ATWATER on Complete Chemical Mtr- 'or Po
tatoes-larger yield and superior xualitv, and less liable to rot than from Farm Manures.'
D. D.> ROGERS. C. B. ROGERS. How Can The Wants of The Orange-the yound growing and the older bearing-trees
be the most economically and best supplied.
D. D. ROGERS & CO. Official Reports the State Agricultural Experiment Stations on the Mapes Manures ;
they are found to Invariably exceed in richness the published: guaranty.; (Over twenty an-.
DEALERS: Jxi" : alyses of the Mapes Manures during the past year 1885.' ) .
:superior Forma! of Plant Food' in the Mapes Manures. < ,
/,. 1E: ] -r .A.. :x:... <> C> JiTd j[ 1'T The Consumers Mapes Manures Should Know the Highest what fertilizers Grade ever are made made.from. x' ,1'1'

Extracts from the Agricultural Press etc. -
> Corrugated Iron, Fire Proof Iron Sit fitters, &c., Melallc Building Supplies. Analyses,, the Orange-fruit, seed, stem, trunk, leaves, etc.

State%,...,'*' Agents for K. Vanoordfii A (Co's REDUCED PRICES FOR 188G-PRICE LIST.

'17"h. '; 1IrftLIC: SIIINGLTi: S While the Prices of the Mapes Manures will be lower for the season of 1880, the past
high guaranteed standard will be fully maintained.A

71 1 West, Hay sin et, JACKSONVIIVLK, FI.A. Full Assortment, of these long-tested and reliable Manures, including the Mapes
._ Vegetable Manures Pure Ground Bone, a lected Brand of high grade sulphate of Potash,
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Chemicals, PIC., are kept in stock for prompt, shipment, and free of wharf charges, from
a Vairico Nurseries ; warehouse in Jacksonville, Fla. A Pamphlet, sent free, containing guaranteed analysis, .'
!' r "J. \ prices composition, directions for use; also reports from well known growers of Oranges,
4 i : f Fruits and Vegetables through the State, giving their practical experience in using the
. ;, (l "," 'q: TROPICAL AN]) 3UUTUOPICAL. 'fah. !i.' Mu.pp. ," Manures.
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f:3 :: s: Forwarding Agents, ,
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.::;"g 10 .,. \ 'V. O. TOXJSTKY, cc COWHJLIATH at Beresford, Flu.
,. Dr. J N. BISHOP in of the South Florida Warehouse Sanford Fla.
"" '''''' Sejfner, Hillsborough Co., Fla. ,
.i G. D. CLIFFORD in of the Lake 'Warehouse Eustis Fla.
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be mailed,securely.wrapped,to any address In the
United States COPIES/ for''hreoMonthson .
receipt of One Dollar. Lib-
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n P'u: > 1 Clubs The POLICE MAILED GAZETTEof 1 a
New York is the ONLY legitimate -
Illustrated Sporting and Sensational
o; Journal published the American
continent. Apply for terms to y e

ItE\.D & SON.. Richard K. Fox,. Franklin,Square, New York. .4 d, S' i-

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Agents tor the genuine W. l fc U., Scott & fei J1 By thelCounty Judge of said County:
Fipe Hammeness! and Hammer, Gun Also Whereas Francis E. Cornish has applied to -
all other makes, both American and English! this COU1't lor Letters of, Administration on ---T -
Becona-hand guns taken in exchange. Some the Estate of Joseph Remington, deceased, r = i. r. a5 -
fine baigaluKin second-hand now ou hand. .
late of said County of Duvai. _
Bend stamp for illustrated catalogue of new. ---
These are, therefore, to cite'and admonish -
and second-Land! cl ns. Also of bicycles.Cut -
all and singular the kindred and creditors of _- -
this out. '
said deceased, to be and appear before thin -' ,..,...m. :.:....."-' --
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otherwise the will be granted .1T"N'
same as prayed rc: P. "

my numo as County +Judge of the

M & H VaffihifiWitness II this I 2d day of January, 1886 Th's fertilizer was one of the first sold in a heavy crop of fruit and 'put'on'aIfextraor

asoo w. A. MCLEAN, Flor Ida for orange groves, and has given gen- dlnary growth through 'the whole, season ;
County Judge. eral satisfaction. It contains a, large amount but the most remarkable. result obtained: from
--.............. .. .- _..- of potash, principally in the form of sulphate, the use of this fertilizer is the tact that the
ORGANS: PIANOS': I--MI-'II- which experience has proved to be better fruit is fine and bright, and there, has been
Highest New mode of Water t W'h ee adapted. to the orange. scarcely a fallen orange in the( grove," whllo
Hon Stringin,(. Do and PORTABLE: MILLS my own provo alongside, which was not fertilized -
<.rsataIlGreat Muiul..ctura4 {; has lost almost the ,entjro crop J the
World'! lixhl. 'notrequireone.quarter l '. THE DE nARY GROVE. ,' ,
t I & as A.AJeLoacH&Bro< ,, nanta Ga. earth beneath the trees being) coyered with
t&eClnyear5.., much tUlllng'as: wonderfully top,; Senl\\ for FRUIT, PREVENTED: FROM FALLING. ,'f l1en'trust.S' '. :X
Pianos theprevailing
Style One' hundred h3. to on ,. large... 'catalogue.'Mention. _this paper. .ENTERPRISE: FLA. .1 1 J tegard the form of potash used In thepreparation'
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Inl1 of this 'fertilizer to be'the'greatnary
0 'wrest- DEAR 8iR-I purchased from you last Feb-
$ system.. Re* REOPENED., ten tons of Bowker'b Orange Grower,. .detiderutum of the bearing groves.
markable (or'110g'UCI
orRented.Cats' purity' of tone which I applied to Mr. >redericfc DoBary's Respectfully ;) ours, -
free, and durability. orange groves of bearing trees. The trees set (Signed) W Watson, MaU'ager'For

free of the most valuable and Interesting circular ever Issued with reference
Hotol & Dinina-Room copy
Sawyers !
AND PIANO CO. ojtbls; branch of the orange Industry, address

JOHN D. WELD 2 General Agent,
IB4TrcmontSt.Botton. 46 E.I4th SL (Union Sq.), dec' 78 Buy street, Suvunnub Gu.
N. Y. 149 Wabash Ave., Chkagt. tune29-tr :


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The Oldest Seed House in the city. (Established 1875)).


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F'LitID.Ei.'WINDSOR : : : : .
I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds My new Catalogue will be sent free
on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In two to four thousand dollars; two saw and

Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal Bran Wheat iest Is the towns name in of one Florida of the, or prettiest any other and health-State. established office planing another mills running store i building two stores; a most Office one

Situated on the eastern shore of Lake New- orange'groves; bakery, livery :stable miles, and of street several is'

nan, a beautiful sheet of water some 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 Gainesville, two miles from.
Gruelle station on the Florida Southern Rail
i STATE AGENT FOR road, and four miles west Campville station PROGRESS.

> J. E. Tygert & Co.'s A 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
; ,Guaranteed M\ Analysis. E&; LAND. score or more of dwellings. A steamboat Is
I Windsor embraces a tract of about 4,000 to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
.. Comprising ORANGE THim TREE and VEGETABLE acres, nearly one-half cleared. The soii'' is the Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle.
neither the white sand of so largea portion of
FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE, Florida, nor the red clay of Georgia, but a ACCESSIBILITY.
TRADE laic 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 tf fronting on the lake. ville, three and a half hours from Jackson-
ville, and a hack ride of thirty or forty min-
HEALTH. utes will take you there. Hack meets after-
ESTABLISHED 1850. noon train from Palatka.
The wonderful healthfulness of the place
Ho J. BAKER & BRO. has been the subject of remark for the past
thirty years. There are people now living ONE HOTEL: NOW OPEN.We : .
there that have been residents for that length have excellent site the
an overlooking
21B Pearl Street, New York, of time, and who assure us that for a popula lake, of five acres, which we will donate to
MANUFACTURERS OF tion of seventy souls there was not a physician any party who will build a good hotel to
called before the war In fourteen years. accommodate No better
fifty guests. place
BAKER'S COMPLETE What other portion of country can make so can be fonnd.
J good a showing It is high pine land with
excellent water; sore throat and catarrh soon
disappear here. LANDS FOR SALE.CLIMATE. .

ORANGE TREE MANURE I : Lands can be purchased at from Fifteen to
One Hundred Dollars per acre, according to
Windsor is located on the ridge midway location, and whether timbered or cleared.
oetween Ocean and Gulf, giving it a steady Several beautiful lake fronts.
which furnishes just the plant food required by the Orange Tree from the time of settingout even climate. No hot nights here and few
to full maturity, such plant food being in a highly concentrated form. Its effects are at insects. DO YOU 'V ANT A HOME IN
once seen in the healthy appearance of the tree, the leaves of which assume a dark green FLORIDA ?
color, and the yield and quality of the oranges is largely improved. The splendid condition IMPROVEMENTS.Windsor
of the trees (which is produced by this fertilizer) enables them to withstand much that would is young-barely 15 months oldWINDSOR If so we would say-take a good look at
before decide where to settle
otherwise be most to them and
injurious ,
and there are up and in course of construction
PREVENTS RUST AND INSECTS, forty houses, several of them costing from For further particulars, address:

as will be seen from the following ORANGE: COUNTY, FLA. G_ :E3_ G:eIF'F'tN: : .,

GentlemenIn: reply to your letter asking what success I have had with
17 West Forsyth Street Jacksonville Fla
the Baker Orange Tree Fertilizer, I would state that I am very much pleased ,

with it, and intend to use it again next year. My trees have not had, an insecton april 20-Gmos 0 R WINDS OK.

them this year, nor have I any rusty oranges. I used the same fertilizer on __ ------ --
my pine-apple trees with excellent results.

Very respectfully yours, GEO. H. PACKWOOD, Jacksonville. and Panama Park

The high standard of this, and all of our Fertilizers, will be maintained in the future as in
the past. Sulphate of:Potash, 3Furiate of Potash. Sulphate of Ammonia, Super
:FI.eal Es1ate: :
Phosphate of Lime, and all the Agricultural Chemicals of strict purity con- ; : : : ; .
stantly on hand. Strictly Pure Ground Bone a specialty.

, desoriptive pamphletapplyto' P. R0CQUAID, Jacksonville( Fla. AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.Bearing .
: Who keeps a full stock of our Fertilizers constantly on hand, or to

Orange Groves choiceJBuildiug Lots and KI>od Garden land near the city ft>r sale.
Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent find in lots of half an acre and upwardsin
good location for sale on monthly payments to ties who will improve.
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lA Groves planted and taken care of, houses built and improvements made for non-resi-
l' JO-300,000 Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale.
>e- Money to loan on improved property.
t t 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-tl

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To Fertilize Orange Groves, Truck Lands and Farming Grounds 1\1 otice to Shipper of OrangesVIA




1'Hb special: attention of Shi called to the JEW SCHEDULE arrangements 'ol
these old established Railroads trough Georgia, in connection with the Cincinnati Southern
SEPARATE ':MIXTURES FOR DIFFERENT FRUITS AND VEGETABLESas and[, Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Hallways ti' Western Points. Inquiry Into the
represented in nature. Cost only$t2.00 for sufficient quantity to make AT HOME ft ton merits of the roads that constitute this line, will satisfy! Shippers as to their reputation for
of good Phosphate. No dirt, no Salt, no Plaster. A circular on Orange Culture, and reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ.] Ihed, and their Schedules not experi-
F'.\ descriptive of the use and preparation of the Powell's Prepared Chemicals, mailed free. ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any information regard to the Line cheerfully&given.
S We give below figures that will show the best possible. TIME between Jacksonville and Cln
( Special Agonte, cinnati,and all points West:
BALTIMORE, MD. 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes Fill give explicit directions, and see
that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts, read vt:, Savannah and Central Railroad of
Georgia. .


and J Leave Jacksonville....................................(S. F. & W. R! ................................................. 8:00 pm
highly IB absolutely concentrated.; pure ]Leave Gainesville.......................................( '................................................. 2:00 pm
1 ounce worth a It. ]Leave Savannah................................................................ ... ............................................. 3:40 pm
or any other kind. It is strictly a medicine to be given with food. Nothing:on earth will make hens lay like J Leave 1 Macon...................... .............................................. ................................................. 2:38 am
it. It free.cures Sold chicken everywhere cholera and, all sent diseases mail of for liens.25 Is worth in its weight 21.4 in Illustrated book, by J Leave Atlanta.................................................................. ................................................. 8:35: am
mall by mail $1.20. Six cans by express or ,prepaid by ,for $5.00.cents DR.stamps.I. U JOHNSON &airtight CO., Boston tin cans, :Mass.$ll ]Leave Boyce....................................................................... .................................................. 8:20 pm
J.Arrive Cincinnati............................................................ ...... ...........................................5:00 am
Leave Chattanooga.......................................................... ..................................................10:20: pm
SUBSCRIBE FOR TILE I Leave: Nashville........................................................... .... .................................................. 6:15 pm
,Arrive LouIsvIlle............................................................... ....... .................:........................ 6:00 am
FLORIDA W. H. LUCAS, Agent 'oiq' :. ,: G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,'
DISPATCH Jacksonville, Fla.I+ ,' .! Savannah, Ga.
0 : '"i.t fPr'I: ', ,W. F. SHELLMAN, Truffle Manager. .,
duo 10, '&J-U( Savannah G*
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: ,* G. Jut. TAJBEIfc, Proprietor, CJL.E.A.VEL..A.: : : .. :J:) ec> I

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Trees a specialty, including the Honey Peen-To, Albert Sidney,Thurber, and other
,varieties of the Chinese Type; also LeConte and Klefer's Pears on LeConte Hoots, and other I I
Pears, both Standard and Dwarf; Japan Persimmons Japan Medlars, Kelsej Japan
Plums, Qulnces, Grapes, Figs, Almonds, Filberts, Walnuts.{ Chestnuts, 50,000 Orange Trees.. AD BEBBING.lI
Shade and Ornamental Trees, etc. Cataloguesjlreo; on application. .
REFERENCES-First National Bank, Jacksonville; Messrs. George F. Drew & Co., Jack =
Bouyille. '
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NO.8 WOOTON CLOSED. .Reduce Stock In the next Sixty Days.


bTATE AGENTS.FOR Cheap, Medium and Fine Suites,

Bangor Orange Box Shooks and HoopsAND Writing Desks of all kinds, Mattresses l I''

DEALERS IN I Blankets and Comforters.We .

HAY, GRAIN, BRICK, SHINGLES, FERTILIZERS. ETC. are State Agents for the Derbyand 4 _u -i--i,
1 4 1 rr ta rr
480 sheets to the ream, best quality Wooten Desks. Their .
ORANGE WRAPS, ioxio, iic.; 11x11, 13c.; 12x12, i5c. Catalague_ N0> g WOOTBN DESK-OPEN.r mlI

The Baugor Box has been before the orange-growers of Florida for the past ten years; Is will be mailed on application. We will mail ourtll2-page:IllustratedCata-][
used exclusively by the larges packers and shippers of the State, and Is recommended by,
all Commission Merchants as being the NEATEST, LIGHTEST and STRONGEST Orange Box In logue to any reliable address. "
the market. Sales for the past season upwards of 300,000 boxes.
Buy of Us and Save 25 per cent. Remember, we are Headquarters ?for Furni-
See that every bundle Is branded ture, both Wholesale and Retail
oc19-tf G4 and 06V.. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
CROSBY &: GO WEN, State Agents, Sail Mateo, Florida.
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Tysen;&; Smith, Jacksonville: S. H. Benjamin & Co., Mlcanopy; Lovell & Pemberton, Lees- JONES BO'WEN
burg; Wartman & White, Citra; E. W. Agnew;& Co., Ocala; C. C. Waite, Reddick; J. M i.Wholesale i./

Reddick, Brooksvllle; S. Jenkins, Altamonte. .... auglO-6m ,

:CD: c: ccp Grocer :
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;. cr: .? P <: CO Please Ponder tIle Following Facts and Act Accordingly.
i, '..-I. (6H 't:: .. ::::r :

Z yi C 1st. the of Groceries in the State'' I
I) .g j 1 .-- They carry Largest assortment Fancy 'p,

': a*-" V a C LI 2nd. They :are doing the largest business of any Fancy Grocery establishment -
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C 1 a > in Florida. I
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w! oc o S2Lo ,:1: ",-", .
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---- ._ N 2, :c::: CJP, q Z :e M 5th.> They issue regular Monthly] Wholesale Price Currents. ;,.

pl -= _-__ I 3i t-; c:1_ o br ... 6th. They employ a l larger; force than any Grocery House in Florida. "

,.. P H jgg en 0 7th. I It t will be to your interest to send for their prices .before"purchasingelsewlier

& -C ,,, Lan 2Rtf'TheMachinesareliChtstrong 1

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;, IIIJ H- -_ c V. ft = ( easy-running, admirable' S In Fanning" ,Gardening,or Trucking,
S r* CO) j .d in design and finUh. for our 1880'Catalogue, which
ftH fD (fJ __ ". I Practical. alldayTools. e. fully describes our Seed-Drflls,
-if. -_ i; = ._ ", ,
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.. S. ALLEN & CO. iftt
i rn : : and Hollow Steel
fc to 127 and 129 tfi
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'II Nd / ) '" cr. Catharine Street,, V\%p\ and Cultivators. Free to all..r, "" .
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S oc9-6m. Large shipments remitted on day of sale, small shipments weekly.- I'



Cows and Heifer bred to best Netherlaud OFFICE LOJNGC. MA BI.., 1, Chairs and LIBRARY CHAIR.
i and Aacgie'Balls.
Lounges in the World.
The Average Records of Herd the 4
a are '
True Test of its Merit. Y They have all the different -
a Reclining Positions, .. h rand
The following Milk and Batter Recordshave
all been made by animals now in can be rigidly fastened W.a se
our HerdsMILS at any angle,a feature
: : SEC7Et.I ad: found only in their goods.
They are durable A simple .
Three Cows have averaged overt(2) a year.
with of de-
k :Five Cows have averaged over'9,000 a year. a variety v ,'
__ ___ ___ Ten Cows have averaged O:1.1,000 lbs in a year. INVALID sigHs and prices to suit.If .
ItOCowH made yearly reconyneedlnff 16,000 ,, you want a COMFORTABLE
OiUJlim we know of about tlmthaye t HAIR
>. .. Ibs. !!i5 have ; and ELEGANT piece
lb... and 14 of them are now in our Herd and have averaged ov* :7,500 averaged PARLOR LOUNGE
the Herd hav u-ule yearly records includ-
over W,(000 Ibs. in a year. 63, the entire number in Of FURNITURE Fee: them
fourteen 3 olds and twenty-one 2 year olds, have averaged 1-,7W- ,s. 5 ounces in a year. before buying,
Inc year
20 11 1"1,7" ., week.. Nine Cows have
Cows have averaged > o- a v- '
BUTTER RECORDS.Five 19 Ibs. 1A oz. in a week. Fiftetui Cows have averaged 17 Ibs.0 oz. They aho make Physicians' ..
Six 3 olds have averaged 14 Ibs.3 a week. Eleven 3 year olds, the entire number + Chairs and Reclining
in week year '
12 Ibs. 1H; in week. Rockers
tested have averaged 13 Iba 1 in a week. Six 2 year olds have averaged oz. a .
; numbi averaged 10 lbs. 8 3-10 oz in a week. Tho entire orig-
Fifteen entire tested, have
2 year aids ,,,,,e+R "
Inal Imported Netheriand I Family of six Cows, two being but 3 years old, have averaged 17 2-3 Ibs. in a : : .1)
for of f Stock. <
week, Thisis the, nerd I from which to get- oundatioii quality

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The new-comer to-a new country, some- SOUTH FLORIDA LANDS.i GARDENS AND NURSERIES GP F

times has possessions In his former home K

which he cannot dispose of at once without 1 OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., ILA.; :. Writ for their ILLUSTRATED CiTitOOUB. IddMSBI
I Situated\ on each side of the ===
sacrificing them or almost gH Ing them away. PLANT SEED COMPANY,

If time be given him, he can realize some- South Florida Railroad and its Pot Grown Scmi-Tropical Fruit 012 NORTH FOURTH STREET, SAINT LOU19, MQ
; thing like theIr value. In such a case ready C Mention this Faptr.)
) and Ornamental Tree ---- -
money Is always an object to him and he ElBartow Branch,! \t' f1 ::1It ,

must strive to,make whatever cash he has In Plants and Vines. libley's Tested Seed

hand go as far as possible. If he buys (Island In the Counties of No Loss in S S
Transplanting;. Catalogue free on application. Send for I it.
paying cash for It, It frequently le ves Orange,, 1 ,HIRAM SIBLEY & CO.,
him without money to build a good house or Catalogue and Price List Free, on application -' ROCHESTER, N. Y. AND CHICAGO, ILL.
Polk .. ... .
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plant out his grove and garden. This Is a serious to the Manager. AddressA.

.draw-backf and he must either buy very: Brovard, LA tGEST SEEDhOUSEtfiTTifeALL
poor and cheap land far away from'all conveniences -, IiIlliuter ,
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I -, : : .I KINDS OF I iuiniir: :. :,
of society, transportation,and the like and Ilillsborouglt.! nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla.

or else he may have to struggle for a long !
'time In making a start. A plan has been de- 83,000 Acres I SUNSET HILL NURSERYSends

vised'by which a nice lot of ten acres of land for New Illustrated Catalogue;' for 1886,
of these are NEWLY acquired Lands, which
may be secured by the payment only of the and prices of Field Seeds. Mailed FllEE. .

,Interest, five,or ten years being give for the having been for several years reserved from Catalogues, with practical hints to T. W. WOOD & SONS, ,' ;

payment, ( the principal, by which time any new beginners free on application. Included! Wholesale and Retail Seedsman, HI dim find, Va.dlrectloni .
sale are now offered. in our list are the very choicest varieties .- ---
man of Industry or judgment may pay for his, grown. Thornless and Early Fruiting a

place. A ten-acre lot costing from $250 to 8300, These lands comprise all classes and gradesof specialty.

can be secured and possession! obtained at:' i
South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak R. W. PIERCE) a VsrRgTEO11 E
once by simply paying $5 or $6 every three !
,PRJCF. t r,
months, as interest, the rate being that established Lands among the Backbone Hills in the famous Indian Springs, Ora ge County'Fla.'

by law In Florida, namely, eight per dec4-ti
cent. Lake and Hill region of the Peninsula. -

Estabishedl856.! ] 200 Acres in Nursery.
,Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas of

CHUltCII. table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak Fruitland Nurseries LtJff croR 1886.W

ask where this be Pine will be mailed FREE to all applicants, and to cnetemere J
You may done? On the undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, "
AUGUSTA, GA. last year without ordering it. It contains about rg0 pace',
South Florida R. R. (Pemberton Ferry Divis- 600 illustrations, prices, accurate descriptions and valr. i :
Lands; Prairie and Marsh Lands set in rich P. J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor.The forplantlngoll varieties of YEQETAIis ':,
ion)in Hernando county,is a new place call ed and FLOWER SEEDS, BULKS,etc. Inval.r.u
Oriole.The lands He not for to all, especially to Market Gardeners.; Send for II.'
more tnan two miles native grasses affording good pastures stock of Fruit and Ornamental trees, .
D. M. FERRY & CO. Detroit Mlchlc
from the railroad at farthest,''and most are Evergreens, Roses, Palms, Flowering Shrubs,
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Strawberry Plants, etc.,: adapted to the climate -
only a mile. Two railroads
furnish facilities -
of Florida is this fall.
unusually large
; the South Florida and the Florida thriving new railroad towns of Klsslmmee, Among the new fruits, we offer 10,000trees".of; : Nnrsorios of Lake Woir'! 'Cui

Southern. ,A nice class of people are settling Kclfccy's Japan Plum,
Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- ...,
at Oriole. School and Church privileges already which bids fair to become a valuable market '

, exist. Daily mails!; a general store; a land, Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and product; also Japan Chestnuts, Prunus Pis- 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.
I sardii, new peaches, etc. Our list of Conifera ",
I good saw-mill to furnish lumber cheap. Dade City. and broad-le..ved Evergreens l, adapted to a Our trees are very thrifty, three, and four
\ Sub-Tropical climate, is doubtless the most year old stock, % to l% Inch diameter,with
GOOD ORANGE LAND, HIGH AND For further information apply to Land Department extensive in variety in the United States. one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible -
''DRY. Catalogue No. Fruits and hardy Ever- to Florida Southern Railroad. Send:; for

of South Florida Railroad Com- greens Roses, etc.Cataiogue Catalogues. Address '
Oriole is intended to be a succession of or- No. Green-house Department. E. B. FOSTER, Manager

ange groves where settlers may find good land pany, Sanford, Florida.WALTER Catalogue No.Wholesale llst.for the trade dec2My South Lake Weir, Fia.FOREST.HILL ..,-
at reasonable prices and terms; where winter LlCatalogue:; No. 4-Fruits adapted to Florida.

residents may find health and enjoymentamid GWYNN Free to all applicants-address as above. NURSERY,

their own groves and gardens; and General Land, Agent.W. nov9-6mos
janl2-tf 100,000 Orange Trees for Sale Cheap
where non-residents may have groves made AR.rETJES: : OS1FRUITTREES

iori, them '})bypersons, who are directly inter- -C .. 3 5,9 Twenty of the best thousand and choicest budded from varieties bearing on trees sour

ested in the success of the work. This idea is M. LEDWITII. F. C. SOLLEE. .ll,oQ: VINES, PLANTS,.ETC. stocks three and four years old. Our stock Is

gradually getting into shape and a large num- LEDWITH & SOLLEE jl 11.M( Apple,l'carl'eachC6crryPlum! grown on high, do light soil*- is hardy,
healthy, and free from insects. e aspire to
of !" "" -' Quince Strawberry, Raspberry,
ber, young groves are being started. Oriole DEALERS 1ll!"I!irtEHlnckberry; \ ; \,: ,' CurrantMrapes,. !, offer the best trees for the least money. 825.
lands receive praise from nearly all who see !;l'n l:: ; "'I;: (JooseberriCH!! Send for Catalogue to $30 per hundred, according to quantity.,

" them. Having been especially picked out for REAL ESTATE J. S. COLLINS, Moorestown, N.J. novl6-6m J.S.:: BROWN Fruitland& SON.;;li'ls.

orange culture, their desirability Is at once '

seen. Office, No. 7 Herkimer Block, OBIWTLPIEARS!

JMLAl'S FREE. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. r 1r Specialties. LeConte and Kieffer Royal Palm Nurseries
Pears on their own roots; Bartlett and ,.
Colored maps showing location of lots, avenues Headquarters for Haines City Property. other pears on LeConte roots ; Peen ,
railroads etc. .a,4 To and Honey Peaches; Russian FLA. '
may be had on applica Apricots on ilum5; Peaches MANATEE,
tion. ,Nearly'twohundred: : persons own land 2 r plum and tested Russian Apples.
Catalogue,with large and .
In and,around Oriole., Every month new peo- HAINES CITY. ,w -' general It Trees. -
and Lemon and
Budded Seedling Orange
ple In houses Address W. F. HEIKEL I Manaprer\ ,
come new built
are new groves ,
lIunts\lIIe Nurseries, HUntevilleAla. Lime Trees; Mangoes, Sugar APPlesi,Sour
f are ,begun and a geueral improvement is observable I ---..' ,Sops, Jamaica Apples; mes,"

I on all sides. ,Ten more ten acre lots Mamniee, :Sapotas: etc.; Royal Poincianas,
TOWNEealthy LOTS. Free
SECURE Russian Mulberries. Rare 'Tropical,,Tree
are offered on,,the terms Indicated ? tt "
and .
I e Annual of all kinds of and Plants a specialty. "01

, they arejapt'to; go very soon. Only one con- .Contains Seeds pricesdescriptions,Bulb,Toolm&c." Send for Catalogue. Address .. ,. ,' .
dition Is imposed. If a settler, you must set- planting directionsillustrations 'I
tle within n" 'three' months If (; ,u Colored plate &e. PRICES P. W. REASONERr.1: ; '
; a non-resident, High Rolling Land with LOW. SEEDS ICELIABLE.r ;!
you must begin!Improvements of a permanent 1 s ,r* Llvln 8ton'* Sons, Columbun, O. oc2-3m Box 10, Manatee, Fla.,
*" Originator of Aom ,PlII'agont..PerreotlonFIIToJ'o
I character within'three' months. There are ,Q rte and BEAUTY tor-{j 6,Fku 25 CT3. 'MA.Ir
Beautiful Lake Fronts
i fine openings for one or two resident carpenters FOR SALE CHEAP: 1

,,and for,quite a number of able-bodied f RARE SEEDS--: ,, 11
men ,who can clear land and cultivate it after I ,

being cleared. At this writing there are at i ii This is a Hare Opportunity to Pur-
Le Conte Pears, 3 years, 45 cents.
least six buildings to go up at once-if on the Peterkin'a Cotton Seed bim. $1.50 3 Its by mall ,
i chase Lots on the Highest Tractof ; Le Conte Pears, 2 years:, 30 cents. h j ;
number of workmen 100. Yields 40 per cent lint. Kaffa Corn, earliest 16'cents. i
! spot a could find em- LeConte Pears l.year. i
and most productive forage and cereal, by mail $1.40 year"So( cents. \I<+*"
I ploymentiHO Laud in Tropical Florida. per ft.; 5 ozs., 50c. Mlllo Maize, the most wonderful Keifer Pears, 1
yielder of forage! known, by mail 40c. per lb. Select :English Walnuts and Pecans, 2 years. 40o;
I iT, ,REACH ORIOLE. Rattlesnake, Kolb, Gem, and Pride of Oa. Watermelons English Walnuts:!, and Pecans, 1 year,2oc.|j
!iv mail 1.50 per |It t>. Send for special Seed Fifty trees and over atJower rates' i 41 ijtfl! PJ
From ,Jacksonville! leave by J. T. & K. W.
: Circular.: MARK W. JOHNSON&CO.,Atlanta,Ga. '.
Haines City Is situated half way between _. Also one tine nearing Orange Grove,
I R.R., changing at''Fla. Sou. 'Junction at Pa- Sanford and Tampa, and right on the South -- splendid location, near Waldo, *5,000.",,East
latka' to Fla. Sou. R. R.,'and at Pemberton's ;}Florida Railroad. It Is situated on the highest terms. Address, ><;!Hff+: !

Ferry change to Sou. Fla. tfuy your ticket to land'in South 1'lorida-rich, rolling and WAYCROSS STOCK, & FRUIT l1'ARM'1; ,
lies the ORANGE .I'REES.
lealthy This excellent country to .
Oriole. You can also go by F. R. & N. Co's 'southward of large lakes which protect the Waycross, -, Ga.' ''-- "

road to Dragen Junction,where you take Fla. tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The UHAiJL'ESMCNABU\ ,'.
Sou. R.R. as before. Call the fact of the Indians having. selected this sec- .
on undersigned home demonstrates beyond 10 000 to select from. Varieties : SweeSeville Notary Public. Justice of the Pea llI ,
ion of country as a
for further' Informal, '- as to rates business Navel Indian River, Magnum :
doubt that it is absolutely the richest 'I.h. ;
; Nonpul'e1l1
a cNi'Ry
hart's Late i MURRAY\ & : .
openings, prices of lauds, terms, etc. All let portion; since it is their aim, on account of budded in 1881 '; : !.r.
labor to find the most fertile 1882 and 18S3 on sour stocks four years old .
ters promptly. and cheerfully answered.W. version to I "
tracts; thus affording large returns from avery PrIce, from 25c. to $1 each. EAST COAST. ,,LAND h'
moderate expenditure of labor. : !
B. CLARKSON, Come and see this town before buying else- NovlG 3t St. Nicholas, Fla. "Halifax River,]' Volusia: CountyFul'tq\ j

Rrhere. All kinds of Grove Lands,,splendid"'Bull-*
Office, : 723 W. Bay St., up stairs, F. J. HINSON, cn Chromo or Hidden Name Cards, name ing Lots on and near:'River': 'Address'w1tvtstamp ;' ;

,I' Jacksonville, Fla. I Haines City, Polk County, :Fla JU on, lOco Samples and iterms, 4c. Crown at Ormond,.Volusia. Oountyji-'la:1AW
)Wy2U Head for dewrlptlre circular, free. LHg. Co., Northford, Ct. nov23-eow3t: dec 8-17 '

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, ( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1885, Trains will
\ THE MOST UNIQUE THING IN THIS leave and arrive as follows excepting Trains SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WEST'NliNE.

! LAND OF FLOWERS IS THAT WIND MILL12,000 No. 11 and No. 12, Daily except Sunday. Train
, I-X-L No. U undays only Train No. Saturdays KtC

REAL ESTATE OFFICE \ only.-- r- -
IN USE aaassrl era
I Has no equal for SOUTH IZOUNI ...u.. .iri..aie.rrawMMMSrgtN.
simplicity, durability { .
f OJ' uj. : : t..=
,and power. CO L dO .
: .
..IleUableAaentll .4. do RAILWAY.WAYCROSS
AVERY & BROWN, II' .0 Po4o Z boO 0

wanted in all unassigned STATIONS. __ 0 OZ -tiZ rn Oz SHORT I .
A.t 1\.Ilcnnopy. Florida territory. U U '_
d U U U
for sale Pumps Tanks, and Wind MillSupplies < < Q < -
They nave all Kinds of property 0
Lands unimproved[and those in the highest Farm and of every Suburban description.water --- - All Trains of this Road are Run by VtltU..1 ((90th) .
state of cultivation. Orange Groves, LakeFronts Works a specialty. Illustrated LeaveAM PM AM AM :AM Meridian Time, which Is 33 Minutes SInN r
Veget.ableLands, Truck Farms, Town Catalogue and Price-List free. than Jacksonville Time.
Lots etc. The home of the Orange, and the The Phelps&Bigelow W.M.Co. -
place where the Vegetables love to grow. Kalamazoo, Mteh., aad 1816 Wed ON AND AFTEU SUNDA Y, NOVEMBER
There Is no such country under the sun like 9th Street.Kansas City Mo.llivfATERlpRior1 15,1885, Passenger Trains will leave'anti' Arrive
that surrounding Micanopy. Circulars :and daily, as follows:
information furnished upon application. (; It .
AVERY & BROWN, I \ Easy to npplydoea not Leave Jacksonville dally 1:30 aiu
mard0-ly Micanopy, Fla.ELLSWORTH rust or rattle. Is also Arrive at Jacksonville dally at.......... 7:15: p m
|[' ''lNC A SUBSTITUTE for Leave Callahan daily 8:08: a m
PLASTER,. at >IinlfAZA > Arrive at Waycross daily at............. ..10:00 a ra
) the Cost. OAJIPJBTMd :
:.; RUGS of same. Arrive at Thomasville daily at.. 1:39 p m
Catalogue and Samples I} Arrive at Bainbridge daily at............ :35 p m
free. W. H. FAY& CO.. Camden, N.J.SMALL'S Bartow J'nc 68 11 35 6 45 ..... ......... 4 20. Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at...... 4:04: p m
_._- AuburndaleLakeland 7211 50PM 7 00 .. .... q 4 40 Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N. R.R..n/:10/ /: p m
SUMTER COUNTY, o' Arrive at Mobile via L.&N. R. R.. 2:25: a m
'( ..... 83 12 25 7 55...... DO 5 45 Arrive at New Orleans viaL.&N. RR 1:10 a m
well located":ton the. T."& O. R. R. and in theheart F tliR Plant City... 93 124!. 8 30 ...... ........ .d: 6 4.5 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars!! to and from

This NEW article i*appreciated and < Seffrier....... .. 103 110 ................... R 7 30 Jacksonville, Pensacola, Mobile and New
of the Lake Region. Stock by all progmiive Farmers and ap o Ar Tampa.... 115 1 40 c02.................... f11 8 15 Orleans.
Raisers.. The calf suck its foodlowly
( In perfectly natural way,thrir- 3 NOIITU nOUND..J. FAST MAIL.
ing as wall as when fed its .
on own .
d Leave Jacksonville dally 1:40: p In
c 1 CCI
$100 81 South SMALL& MATTHEWS' dr-i\. ': oo Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..12:00: m
Market Street BOSTON, MASS. 0
--.- SO eO ,1'1 0 z .oo Leave Callahan daily 2:25: p m
will buy a warranted speculation or a Cheap 60 Fancy Pictures, and 25 elegant STATIONS. ;_:Z U oZ U ;U Z w p, wZ Leave Chattahoochee At' ....................11:10: a w
Silk w U- Leave Thomasville 1:20 p mLeave
Cards in Gilt Edge U 0
41Send Home. Lots 170x210 feet. CARDS Fringe, Hidden Name, &c.' 1 < < H < g ( Gainesville at 6:20 a m
Songster,1$50 Prize Puzzle,and r - Leave Live Oak 9:35 a m
for Circulars.E. 8 parlor games, all for lOctR. Game of Authors, lOcts. LenveAlII PM ?, A M Arrive at Waycross daily '4:20: p m

IVORY CO., Clintonville, Conn. Tan. pa........ 0 10 00 ........ = 10 50 Arrive at Jesup daily 5:55 p m
:. II. BUCKITIAN, Prop., Stiff er.......... 12 11 1135 Arrive at Savannah daily 7:40 p m
Agents Blake $5 a Family| Scales Plat City... 22 11 30..5. 12 45 Arrive at Charleston daily at.. 1:10 a m
Jan 4-3m Jacksonville, Fla Day selling Perfect Lakeland.... 135 Arrive at Washington,D.C.,daily at 11:00: p m
Entirely new principle. Weigh one ounceto : PM Arrive at New York daily at..?........... 6:50: a ni
SIZE FEET 25 pounds. What every family needs and Auburndale 215 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Jacksonville
|OTS, 40x100 $4. will buy. Rapid sales surprise old agents. Bartow J'nc 2 45 to New York without change.

FOKSHEK & McMAKiN, Cincinati, O. IHainesCityKlssimmee. 321150..7. [ Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Washingtonto

|<-.v5Oon&ngeyLake FLORIDA I I .. .7 40..0. 15 4 40 Jacksonville.
tract for Orlando........ 15.. 10 615 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars Jacksonville
n ORANGE GROVE. .John McMurray & Co., Winter P'rk .\ 6 35 to St. Louis, via' Savannah, Atlanta, Nash

Send 2 cent stamp for Map, etc., to MaitlandAltamonte...... .. 650 ville and Evansville.
Manufacturers of .. 102 3 25 8 ..... 7 15 EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS.!:
TROPICAL LAND CO. Longwood... 105 3 35 8 .... 7 40
O. Box 158, Jacksonville, }la. JBelair........ 112 3 50 8 05...... 8 05 Leave Jacksonville daily 5:00: p m
...... ...
REFER TO Jacksonville Ex-Gov. Geo.,and F.Rev Drew C., wagons Drays Carts BnaaiosHorseshoelng Ar.R. Wharf Sanford.... ,115 4 00 8 ...... 8 20 Leave Arrive Callahan at Jacksonville dally .. 5:43 7:55 p a m m

r McLean St. Augustine. Arrive at Callahan..:.......................... 7:11: am
ISartow llraiicli.-Daily except Sunday Leave Way 7:07: pm
nov9-ly and Repairing done promptly South Bound. Arrive at Waycross daily 5:10 a m
Office and Warerooms No. 124 Forsyth st., --- Leave Gainesville daily 3:50 p m

J. E. M'GINNISS dec14-3m Jacksonville, Fla. STATIONS. Pas. Pas. Pas. Arrive at Gainesvilledaily at 9:15 a m
::-' No. No. &}i't Leave Live Oak daily 7:15 p m
THE ti 13. 15. 17. Arrive at Live Oak daily ...5:50: am I
Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block, I Buy the BeshJ EUREKiAwarded -. - Leave Thomasville dally at.....11:25: p m
FIRST A.M: P.M. P.M. Arrive at Albany daily at.._. 1:40 a m ,
Jacksonville, Florida, mlum und Gold Med Leave..Bartow Junction...... 7.10 12.40 8.15 Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 7:40 am
% H!at World's Fair New Leave.....Winter Haven............0 7.25 12.55 8.40 Arrive Louisville via L. & 1 N'. R. R..... 2:20 a m
..1E Orleans.over12 leading Arrive..Bartow ..................... 8.00 1.3U 9.25 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between
Wind Mills. The EU. Jacksonville Louisville via Thoraasville
REAL ESTATE JtEKA, after a trial North Bound.
lasting mos.was pro. --- Albany, Montgomery and Nashville and to
nounced the best overall STATIONS. Pas. Pas. Pas. and from Montgomery and tiainesvilIe.Pullman .
and to-day standsat Palace Meeping Cars and Mann
J fought' and Sold.. the head of all competitors. Sizes.10 ::-' No. &Ft No. Boudoir Sleeping Tars via Waycross, Albanyand

to 18 ft. diameter Power of Mills.wheel Perfect,either'in for all q 14. 16. 18. Macon; and via Waycross, Jesup and
Pumping -- -
parts and warranted.,Estimates ap A.M A.M P.M. Macon ; between Jacksonville and Cincin-
Houses for Rent in desirable portions of the plication. Also Mfrs.of the Adams Dl. .. .. nati. Also, Through Passenger Coaches via
rect Draft Born Floor Horse Power. Leave..Bartow. .. ........ .... 0 5.50 10.15 6.40 Jacksonville and Chat-
city. City property handled and Live Agents Wanted. Address Mfrs., Leave... .Winter Haven........, 11 6.25 11.00 7.15 both routes between t
MIT & WOODWARD. Kalamazoo, Mich. Arrive..Bartow Junction.... 17 6.4011.20 7.30 tanooga. between
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
returns made -- - -
promptly. Sanford and.Indian River Railroad. Jacksonville and Savannah. and Gainesvilleand

Conveyancing done carefully and at short Daily except Sunday.Pas. Savannah.
notice.. : A.. N. DOBBINS & BRO. Pas. Pas. Pas. Pullman Buffet, Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville -
:;-4 No. &F STATIONS. No. &Ft:' to Washington D.O.
Oonwpondenee olleiUd. d fllflmORANGEHIGHTS. 25. 23. 24. 26. Pullman Palace sleepIng Cars,Jacksonville

- '- to, Louisville via Thomasville, Albany and

\ P.M. A. M A.M P.M. Montgomery.
rx I o 5.45 8.10 6.35 5 Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars New York to

1 7.25 ..... $s.A I. R.June...... 8.05 6.30 4 Jacksonville, and Cincinnati to Jacksonyille.
Heathiest Place in Florida." 3 6.00 7.35 .Fort Reed. 7.55 6.20 2 Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars St."Louis to
;: 5 6.05! 7.50 6.15 0 Jacksonville, via ,Evansville, Nashville, At-
lanta and Savannah.
High, rolling, fertile lands, pure water rail Pcmbertoii Ferry Ilraiicli.-Daily. Pullman Buffet Sleeping 'Cars between
road facilities and Northern society. superior : fIJ F'st F'st: F'st F'st i Jacksonville and Washington, and Jackson-
location for fruit and vegetable culture.A "" M'l. Ft. STATIONS. M'l Ft. :" ville and Cincinnati. I
few choice residence lots given to parties ti 19. 21. 20. 22. A Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail
who will build houses. Send stamp for full -- and Steamship connections, and baggage

Information. P.M. A.M A. M P.M. checked through.. Also, Sleeping Car bertha
nov9-ly O. B. PALMER. o 5.15 12.30 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.35 10.50 75 and sections secured at the Company's Office

11 5.45 1.10 ...,..?Owensboro ......... 9.00 LO.l572 in Aster's Building, 82 Bay Street, and at Depot -
Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Gutters, 16 5.55 1.35 ......?...Dade City........... 8.50 9.55 65 Ticket Office and on board People's Line .
d RICHMOND 23 6.15 2.05 ..,.......Richland........... 8.30 9.25 61 Steamers H. B. pant and Chattahoochee.

FENCE 24 LAURA STREET, 43 7.35 8.45 ......,??Lakeland.,........ 7.40 8.00 32 JA8. L. TAYLOR,
CHAMPION 53 8.00 4.25 ...?.?..Plant City........... 6.55 6.55 22 General Passenger. Agent.R. >> .
63 8.25 5.05 .....sefinerArrive. ............. 6.25 6.0512
JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA 75 8.55 5.50 ..Tampa..Leave 6.00 5.25 0 G. FLEMING, Superintendent._

MACHINEPatented Flag Stations. No. 2 stops at Kissimmee
Gunsrnithing done in all its branches. for dinner. Train No. 3 stops for breakfast at A. J. BEACH ,& SON,
Lakeland. Train No. 6 stops for supper at
Lakeland. NURSERYMEN. "
IRON SAFE WORK Connects at Sanford with Sanford and In-
j NOT.24, 1883. rates Stencil mail dlanRiver Railroad, with the People's Line Our stock of 'Fruit I Trees is large and fine,
Special on Cutting, by .
and DeBary-Baya Merchants Line of Steamers and In good order. New FrultsJ.among which
I oct 8tfSOUTH forJacksonville and all intermediate are the White Adriatic Fig, San: Pedro and

I I points, and with Steamers for Indian River White Genoa. 1
FLORIDA RAILROAD CO. and Upper St. Johns. At Kissimmee with Catalogue free. Address I
Steamers for Fort Myers and Bassenger, and A. J. BEACH &: SON l

SANFORD, FLA., Sept.. 11 l, 1885. points on KissImmee river. At Tampa with sep28-l> Palatka, F}a. I j
Steamer Margar et" for Palma Sola, Brald- :
0hlnes Stands at for the maklnR head 01 fence all Mrs and picket ma- NOTICE. entown, Palmetto, Manatee and points on HOTEL KEEPERS
the most complete In the field, being From and after this date no Steamboats, Hillsborough and Tampa Bays; also with
and having tie mOlt speedy Perfect and tension easily device.operated Hteam Barges, or vessels of any kind, will be steamers for Key West, Havana and New Send for Sample Copy of the

U will, weave in any kind of pickets from one to allowed to take on or put off :Freighter Pa Orleans, and with steamers for Cedar Keys Illustrated Hotel News "
liz Inches wide easily twisting a No. 8 wire.and stingers, or land at the wharf of the South and Punta Rassa, and Mail Steamers for Key ,
making:a fence that no stock will break down at a Florida Railroad Company, at Sanford, Fla., West. Connects at Pemberton Ferry with
cost oC Kniy cent. a rod complete. Works up except} such line or lines of steamers or other Florida Southern Railway for all points Office Park Opera House Block,
or pickets down or on a level equally well, keeping vessels as are the direct advertised connect North, East and West. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
A boy can work It. Every farmer easily bandied. t Ions of the said company, and working under Through tickets sold at all'regular stations
,WD one. Write for circular and price.can afford to contract with them.; to points North, East and West- The only Illustrated Hotel Paper pubU hed.
(Signed) JAMES E. INGRAHAM, FREDERIC H. RAND, Subscription, $2 per year.
WAYNE AGRJCULTUmCO. Richmond,Ind. sep21-tf President. may25-85 ffcm'l Ticket Agent ool2-tf


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Kissimmee City, West Kissimmee and ; OFFERS FOR SALE

Rosalie. it t..:!, :., l I IE IXM1''Ct LARGE TRACTS OF LANDSIN

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Correspondence Solicited. /
Lands specially selected for Oranges and Lemon.

Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers, either for settlement or'[investment march P. O. Address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Town Lots, Orange and Fruit Lands, Cane and Rice Lands, Stock Pasturage Lands. 9-ly
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 LANDFOR
of St.Johns, Volusia, Brevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hillsborough} Polk, Manatee and OOOOOO ACMES of
Monroe. ,
Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located on them during the past
six months. Do not delay if you want them at the present low prices. SALE BY
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.

Address all correspondence' about the above lands to THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY GOMPANl? :>

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decft-firans TCTRSTMMKF HTTV. FT.i)RTP A. ,'

R. TRAFFORD, General Manner; Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange; ,::

SANFORD, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee, ;,'VXj

90,000| Acres of[ the Finest Lands in South Florida I Prices!
Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. '
81.25 to $5 per acre, according to location.
For further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,Palatka,Fla.
hundred deep,clear spring lakes, within a radius often miles. Their high bankstimbered
with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the ',.
I dividing ridge of the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the invalid. i L. N. WrLKIE, S. OON-A.3VT,
Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating, fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for I
people of taste to acquire a lovely wnter home, where all the pleasures and comforts of our. Chief Clerk, Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager.
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' ., .,'.
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most ,.', ,J.:
desirable locality in South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and up- : '" I,J''TJ
wards, and will be sold on most favorable terms to improvers or settlers. .',,' .;,;""..ft.'. ,
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the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf land in full view of the TO THE PUBLIC. ,
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 : Having retired from the firm of Barrs, Hun-
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who ,selected this point after ;,\" ter&:Stockton, and associated ourselves un-
looking over the whole State. Post-office, store, church, school saw-mill and all requisitesfor \ der the name of Barrs &: Hunter, we are now
settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North- ,.. prepared to buy, and sell city and country
""' ". 'J'1'< Real Estate,as can only those who have great
west.This Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter, Alachua and Orange Counties ';it,. : experience and the full confidence of the
,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It woulddo public. Thanking you for past favors, weS
well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before purchasing solicit your business in the future.
elsewhere. ",'. BARRS &: HUNTER,
< Jan 4tf 31 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. ',;
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For BLUNT address, '' ,A >I ,',,,-'.., .,
&: WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County,Florida. J" :' .
G. M. MORRISH, Anclote. Hernando County, Florida. -ti\r.,),) .'f'r.i'
J. E. LAMBETH. Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida. '.,.I"";:,
v A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida, or to .11'i Sin
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford, Orange County,Florida. r

nov24-lyr British Colony of Roxburgh :

Disston Land Companies. NOW FORMING. '

Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The,

town is only 5 miles from the metropolis of the State, situated on one of the

Florida Land and Improvement Co. .
leading railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville;

A. & G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Co. Address J.{.:.'; ,

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., f' Kissimmee Land Company. nov2tf 39 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla: ti:, ;


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sale in East and South Florida, adapted to the cultivation of Tropical '.z i,' ,'" ,. :( ;l\ I

Fruits, Sugar Cane, Rice, etc. The Finest Town between Palatka and Sanford. *'I n'.;., it r' ;
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PRICE:, $1. z& PER, ACRE AND UP WARDS. Good Business Point. ':':/: r ,

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on application.
I Least Frost North of Indian River.,
" No. 305 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Write for Ii:i ii, ,:

Pino'" HIM! Forsyth Streets, Jflcjcsonyille, Fla j ocb-tf decl4-1y BURTON K. BARRS, Seville Fla...." "' .

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Augusta! Ga- ::.........,.. 4 870 00 Cedar Rapids, Ia.....:: 33 199 50 Fort Scott, Kan:::: 132 200 00 Logansport, Ind::::':: -s5 i4 00 Portsmouth, Ohio......:.. :::80. 100:00: I

Atlanta, Ga.................. 40 70 00 Champaign, Ill............ 90 150 00 Gallion, Ohio................. 85 14000 Lincoln; Neb................ 1 15 220 00 Peoria Ill...................... 85 140 00 I
Atchison. Kan....,.....,.. 1 16 175 00 Dalton Ga............. ...... 50 87 50 GalllpoUs, Ohio........... 90 150 00 Macon, Ga..................... 35 61 25' P1ttsburgPa.; .................. 112 167 00 ,
Adrain! Mich..,........,... 90 150 00 Dayton, O. ... ............... 80 130 00 Grand Rapids, Mich90 150 00 Mobile, Ala.................... 50 87 50 Quincy J.Ill.................... 118 18100Ann'Harbor
Mich,...... '90 150 00 Delaware, Ohio..........,. 80 13000 Henderson Ky............. 70 115 00 Montgomery Ala....... 40 70 00 ...................... 50 f57 50 I
Alton. .111....................... 85 10 00 Deflan. Ohio.............. 85 140 00 Hickman, 'Ky................ 70 115 00 Mansfield, Ohio..,......... 90 150 00 Romeiua. Ili) .,.....,..., ,,1 15 175 00Annlbton I
Ala.............. 40 10 00 Detroit: ncb.......,...,..... 90 150 (00() Indianapolis, Ind......... 80 130 00 Massillon, Ohio........... 9050 00 Rochester, N. :Y........... 1 24 177.00 I
BirminghamAla40: 70 00 Danvllle 111.................. &5 140 00 Jeffersonville ind75 123 00 Mt Vernon. Ohio......... 80 130 00 Sandusky Ohio.....;...... '90 150 00
Bloomington, Ill .......,. 9050 00 Davenport Ia .......,... 1 10 178 00 ', Jacksonville!: Ill........... 85 140 00 Memphis .).J..enn......,.... 60 105 00 Sioux City, Iowa.......... 132 190 00
Burlin ton Ia.,............ 1 07 176 00 Dubuque; IIowa.............' 90 150 00' Joliet Ill.....;,...............,. 85 140 00 Milwaukee' Wis........... 90' 150 00 Springfield, Ill.....:....... 122 195 00
Bellevi l le; i11................, 85 14000 Des Moines. Iowa......... 1 45 216 00 Jeilerson CIty, Mo........ 1 25 18000 Madison, Ind............... 80 13000 St. Joseph Mo............... 116 17500
Buffalo, iN. Y.........,........ ,1 12 ,,167 00 Denver, Col.................. 284 360 00 Knoxville Tenn ......,.. 60 105 00 Minneapolis, Minn.,... 128 192 50 St. Louis, Mo... ..... ..... ,,85- 140 00
Bars City Mlch............. 100 1170 00 Dixon, Ill.............,........ 90 150 00 Kenton, Ohio................ 99 142 00 Madison Wis.....,.......... 1 28 173 50. Saginaw Mich.:95'. : 160,00
.1 enn..,........._. 18 00 Elyria, Ohio.................. 106 149 00 Kalamazoo flch......... 90 150 00 Montreal!, Canada........ 1 41 20' 00 Springfield, Ohio........... 90 137,00,
ClevelandiO;.. ...... ...... 90 150 00 Evansville, Ind...... ..,... 75 125 00 Kansas City, Mo .,........, 1'6' 175 00 Na bv1l1e.Tenn......,..... 60 105 00 St. Paul, Mlnn............... 1.. 21)' 19' 50
Cincinnati, Ohio......... 70 115 00 East Saginaw- Mich.... 95 16000 Lansing, Mich,............,. 100 17000 New Orleans.................. 60 10500 I Toledo 0. ..............:..: 90 150 00
Cairo, Ill....,..,............... 75 125 00 East St Louis Ill......... 85 140 00 LaCrosse, Wis.............. 141 208 00 Newark, Ohio.............. 90 150 00 Terre 1'laute. Ind .......... 80 180 (00)(
Columbus, 'Ky............. 70 IIi 00 Emporia, Kan......,....... 1 56 282 50 Lima, Ohio.......,..., ...,.. 80 lRO 00 Omaha; Neb..,,.............. 1 16 175 00 Toronto, Can.......:...,...., 13 178 00
Columbus, Ohio.....,..... 80 180 00 Erie, Pa........................... 1 12 167 00 Lafayette. Ind............,.. 85 140 00 Ottawa, Can.................. 1 30 200 00 Topeka, Kan.....?......... ::1 40 207 50
Columbus Ga.....,........ 40 70 00 Fort Wayne, Ind......... 8.1) 14000 Lancaster, Ohio..........., ,85 140 00 on City Pa.. ................. 1,12, 6700 Urbana, ObIO................ 80' 130 00
Council Buffs, Ia......., 1 41 208 00 Findlay Ohio............... 102 144 00 Leavenwortn, Kan .....: 116 175 00 Pekln, Ill ....,......,......... 90, 150 00 Wheeling, W.Va........,.. 1'12' 167 00 I
Chicago, Ill.,.......,......... 85 14Q 00 Fremon. Ohio .............. 1 Ot 14d 00 Louisville. Ky............... 70 115 00 Pana Ill....................... 85 140 00 Winnipeg, .Man............ 2 40 379 50
Chattanooga, Tenn..... 50 81 50 Fort Dodge Iowa........ 1 49 244 50 Little Rock, Ark..........: 1 00 165 00 Piqua Ohio................... 80 130 00TARIFF '

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Jacksonville Callahan. and Live Oak.....,..,.,..,...,.,............,...,........................... 20 40.5 50 40 80 40 80 40 80 40 80 40 80 40 80 40 ,80 54 96
Gainesville, New Branford.....:..................,.................,...... ................................... 25 50 30 60 I 45 90 4,5 90 45 90 45 90 145 90 45 '90 45 90 60 1 10
Landings on St. Johns river.................................................................................... 30 6' 35 70 50 1.00 50 100 50,100 50 1',00' 50 ,,100 50 100 50 1'00 63 116
Stations on Fla So Ry north of and including Ocala ......................................... 45 I 52 1 00 I 65 1 30 65> 130 ,65 1 30 65 130 65 1 80 65 130 65 130 70 1146(
Stations .0nFla. So Ry south of Ocala ............!.,.....,,.....,...,......,. .....;,................ 50 "1.0 1 10 70 140 70 140 70 140 70 1'401! 70 140 70 1 40 70 1 40 84 1 58
Stations, on Fla. So.Ry.. St J. dr L. E. Diyislon...........,,,.,.,..........,,;:,..................... 50 100 5.1 1 10, 70 1 40 70 140 70 140 70 1.401 70 140 70 1 40 70 140 84 15h'''
Landings on Lake Santa''Fe.....................,.,.,....................:......................................" 45 90 50 1 00 I 65 180 65 1 30 65 1 30 65 130 65 1 30 G5 1 80 65 130 80 140'''
TamJja. ..................... .......................................... .................................... 55 1 10 60 1 20 I 75 1 50 .75 1 50 1 50 75 1 50 75 1 50 75 1 60 75 1 60 88 ] &)
gson biSta ............................ .................................... .............. 55 110 60 1 20 I 75 1 50 7755 1 50 c5 1 500 ,,75 1.00,, 75 1 50 75 160 75 150 90 186
Stations on J A. & H v11..R y......................,,.................................................... 33 60 38 0 : 53.1 00 1 00 1 sa i iy 63 I, 00 53 1 00 53 1 00 67 1 16
Palatka............................................ ...................................................... ,.................... 25 50 30 00i I 45 90 15! 90 45 90 45 90' 45 90 45 90 45 90 58 106
.....?....................................................................................................... ; 660 38 70 53 1 000 53 1 00 53 1 00 53 1 00'' 53 1 00 53 1 00 63 1 00 67 1 16
Station on J, T. & K.'W.Ry ...... ............................................;............................... 30 85 70 50 50 100 50 100 50 lOO'" 50 100 50 100 60 100 67 116
Landings on Lakes Eustis and HarrIs .................................................................. 55 1 10 60 1 20 75 150 75 150 75 150 75 150' 75 150 75 150 75 150 90 1 66
Stations on South Florida Railroad

From Belair to''Ben inclusive .................,.............. .............,,..,..... ,....,... ..... 35:) 70 <40 80 55 1 10 55 1 10 55 1 10 5,1) 1 10I 55 1 10 ,,5.1) ,,1 10 65 1110 68 126I ,
I From Longwood to Orlando\ inclusive....................... ........ ................... ......... 40 80 4.5 00'' 60 120 60 1 20 60 120 '60 1 20 60 .1 20 60 '1 :20 60 120 73 1 36
From Gatlin to Lake Parker, inclusive.....,......,..............,.... ...,.,,............. ...... 4.1) 90 50 1 001 I 65 1 30 65 1 30 65 1 30 65 1 301 65 1 30 Fry 180 65 130 78 1 46
J; From Acton to Bartow,..inclusive......................:..,......................................... '" 50 100 5.1) 1 101 70 140 70 140 70 1 40 70 1 401 70 1 40 70 1 40 70 1 40 SJ: 156
I Stations on F. R. &; N. uo. north of and including Ocala.............................. 45 90 50 1 001 65 ,1 30 65 130 65'') 1 30 65 '1 301 65 ,1 30 65 1 30 65 130 79 1 4R
Stations on F. R. & N. Co. south of Ocala,.,.,.......,.,..,,......................................... 50 1 00 5.1) 1 101 I 70 1 40 70 140 70) 40 70 1 70 1 40 70 1 40 70 1 40 84 1 66
Stations on Sanford &; Indian River R. R.,.........................,. ........................,... 35 70 40 80 : 55 1 10 55 1 10 55 1 10 55 1 101, 55 110 5.1) 1 10 5,1)) 1 10 68 1 26
stations on TavareR, Orlando&; Atlantic R R.......,........................................... O 1 00 5.1) 1 10! : 70 1 40 70 1 40 70 1 40 70 1 401; 70 140 70 l 40 70 1 40 88 165
I Gulf points north Tampa....,................................................................................ 55 1 10 60 1 20 i 75 150 75 1 50 75 150 '71) ,1601 ,75 150 75 1.30 75 150 90 1 66
Gulf points south Tampa.......................................,............................................. 75 50 80 1 60.. 95 190 95 1 90 95 190 05 190'1' I 95 190 95 190 I IJ6 1 1 10 2 06

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H CONNEC'ION. The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flourbarrel.,
; Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess oi charges.
. Double daily fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. Top Car-load is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 250 Standard Boxes. Excess of tnis
" 4 Daily fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior a"nn"i' win hr "h rw1 i fi* n"o "At(*, r*ar.lnc] n,1' ohipmonte w Tpthe to on .destination. -f'TII'

': ;. I, and Coast points, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one consignee ,. ,
Providence. Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipmentswill
' c Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the

i It,1 Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach'for loss or solely
t 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. \ to- 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. be subject to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address the consignee must he given for insertion in
Saturday. Bill Lading. and on the Way-bill.
Sailing days of Steamships are subject to change without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates. -
. No single shipment taken (for less than ?1 to Boston, New York, ,Philadelphia'and Balti
'OR t 8I-IIPPEIt8. more. If shipped beyond, they will be charged in addition the single package rates of connecting -
V .FpnMA.I9N; lines and cost of transfer, .
To make through rates from points tributary to the above, add the rates of connecting Stencils, shipping receipts and information furnished on application to any ol the agents
lines "to above rates. For further information, if needed, apply to Agents of the lines, or to
The dimensions of the Standard Box for Oranges are 12x12x27 inches, and the weight is fc; .: 0.1D. OWENS JAMES L. TAYLOR, '

, estn! \,rpd .at 80 pounds.. .. uftu.TrafflcjManager, Savannah, On. Gen'l Freight.Agent, Savannah Cte .

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: With descriptions of FRUIT AND PRODUCE


Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees. Grasses, etc, etc SOUTHERN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY.
Together with full descriptions of all the
326 and 32 8 North Delaware Ave., Philadelphia

Also Price List. Send for Catalogue to DRetaT; slrie d 1871.

! W. W. .HA':; : T :INS: .<3z SON, DProps. -
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ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. June8-ly
from taTed and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks.
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, -vv. :ii.: : :j-II: CVV,
AARON WARR., G-eorgfeto-wn., Fla ..

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McBRIDE & KINGSBURY, Proprietors,

and Commission House S. F. & W. R.R. Wharf,,
I' ''Nursery at Point LaVista,four miles up the St.Johns River. Boats land at wharf at Forwarding ,
'I the Nursery. A full supply of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, suitable for the climate Florida. Orange Trees Budded from Bearing Trees. Only the Largest or King Seedlings selected for
II for Stock. A large supply of Two-Year-Old Buds on hand this season." Budded Trees Where growers' supplies are on hand and for sale at lowest possible prices
from 10 cents Groves Set Out and Warranted.
up. convenience for packing Oranges
I H.EFERENCEs-Bank of Jacksonville; Prof.Halliday,of State Agricultural College. Ua .cash or to our patrons. Every necessary
I alogue sent on application sepl46mSANMATEO expeditiously, and in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at reasonable

. NURSERIES. prices. Oranges direct from the groves for sale by the single box or car-load.
L! nov30-tf( .

A full stock of approved sorts of ORANGE and LEMON Trees-On< EST A B IJ "['F a T-I ED 1871S.E. .

Two and Three-year buds. Trees fine and thrifty. Ornamental Evergreens ,
1 : a specialty. Send for catalogue.sep BEAN "

-6m MAXWELL, ANDERSON & CO., San Mateo, Fla. e ,
Commission Merchant and Forwarder,

FRUIT TREES, VINES AND PLANTS Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.

Brauch PackingHouse, Waycross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.
I OrcLYig0S: Li0m031-: : s ,

: TJ:1.e: C> nacI: ':J.ern.c n: And other Fruits and Vegetables,

in variety, other Citrus Fruits, Peen-To and Honey Peaches, LeConte and PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.
Persimmons Guavas Grapes etc. Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums Japan: Figs, ,
CATALOGUE FREE. ca-:: ]?ee12: J.ern.e>:D.S!

Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Draytoi
River. c-re:: >-vvers' : : .
Island, St. Johns 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
A. H. MANVILLE & CO., (Bangor)Thin Wood,Dressed Pine Heading,Hoops,Manilla Orange Wraps,etc.,etc.,all of
the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.
aug24-ly. Lakeland: Polk. County, .Fla. Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit' Car

;" :F.A.ZEL JEIVVcrFl..eEFI.rEEJ: : : Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf

SAN MATEO, PUTNAM COUNTY, FLA., Refrigerator Transportation for Strawberries and other Fruits to
Northern Markets.
Offer tor the season of 1885-6 a choice stock of
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Tangierlne, "Mediterranean Sweet," etc. Also, .
'. Sicily Lemon, Grape Fruit, Shaddock, Lime, BOWEN'S PATENT REFRIGERATORS)

.. FIGS in variety,including the White Adriatic; OATLEY GUAVA,both red and yellov Will be prepared to carry Strawberries for growers in Georgia and Florida to Northern
and other Fruit and Nut-bearing Trees Plant markets during the coming season.
a n Shrubs suited to the climate of Florida. For rates and all information apply to
': : alo ; with prices sent on application. Address W. 'H. PILLOW, Jacksonville, Fla.

O. It. '.I'IIAVIIEIl, Jtlaimger: ,
.., oc6m San Mateo.;Putnaiu County,_Fla dec 3mos GEO. B. EDWARDS, Charleston, S. C.,
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; Our Seed "Warehouses,too largest in I D Our Grcen-hcmso Establishment at s I Has no rival the only machine that will wash perfectly clean without rub.
., New York 1 for are''the fitted prompt up with and ovory careful appliance I, I Jciroy( .City Annual is the Sales most,' extensive 2y Million fnAmerica. \ I'' \i r, Ii Ii I bang Can be used in any sized tub or shifted from one tub to another
Plants. \ II t i\ ,,I .In a moment. So simple and easy to operate the most delicate
filling of orders. II I', lady or child can do the work. Made of Galvanized Iron and
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of the NEWEST, BEST and RAREST SEEDS and PLANTS, will be mailed on receipt of \\\\\l\\\\\\ II\\\\\1\\\\\! fhi! j1iI/ ;iI i"w Uollerlit! which prevent the breaking of buttons and injury to clothes.
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PETER NEW YORK. UEYS'l'ONEYJUNGIUtS at Manufacturers' lowest price.
CIrculars free. Wo refer to editor of this paper Address ElllE WASHER CO.i Erie, Pa.


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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. THE CLARK'S COVE GUANO Co. 1

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

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First-Class Passenger Accommodations. 't:1 C: s. -I
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Cabin Passage, $20 ; Excursion 35.00; Steerage, 812, Om a A4Lt 0 iJ

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GATE CITY Capt. Hedge....................................................Thursday: January .8, at 12:80: p in 4 -""a
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley........................................Thursday, February: at (i(0 j:( p. m c.::s r
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...................................................Thursday, February 'U, at 10:30: a. m o: t -
CITY OF MACOr Capt. Kelley..........................................Thursday, February 18, at 6:00: p. m p.. P "
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge... .... ..................-........................Thursday, February 25, at 11.00 a. m O w -- .
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...............................................Thursday, March 4, at 5:00 p. m
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge........ ........................."......."."........Thursday, March 11, at 9:30: H. m y TI-IJ3: IiEST:::IN FUSE.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..............................................Thursday, March 18, at 4:30: p. m ,
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.............. ........................................Thursday, March 25, at 10:00 a. m Prof. Isaac Stone, in his 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 l 15,000 trees,the Clark's Cove Orange-
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge..........................................................Thursday, April 8, at 8:30: p. m Tree Food 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 I 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 S s Island Route.W. .
H. RIN, Nickerson's Wharf, Boston.
F. W. NICKERSON & CO., General Agents, Bosto
For Freight, Passage, and Rooms apply to Kit ARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah S

For Tickets Ga. apply to Waycross Railroad Offices. 4LrLi I l JEC ASS SULKY PLOW
sepl-85 HENRY R. CHRISTIAN G. S. Agent, 24 Bay Street. 'H'J'i

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THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: eo. w c So .
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CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine...................,.......,............Friday. January 292:30;:: p. m -< i
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Kempton.................................................Monday,.February 1 14:30: p. m BE HANDLED BY ANY ONE WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS.A
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher.................... ....... ..........,..Wednesday, February 35:30:: p. m convincing proof| of the superiority the BLUEOIIASS over any other Sulky Plow is .the '
f CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson..................................... .Friday, Fecruary 57:00: a. m fact that we place it with farmer everywhere
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett........................Monday, February 8- 8::30 a. m N" TB.I.A.L: : "
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine................................Wednesday, February 1O-JO:30: a. m C> ::1
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton..........................,.........................Friday, February 12-12:00;: n'n Not a solitary ono has yet been returned. This is unprecedented in the history of improve' > ;
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher...................................,..............Monday, February 153:00: p. m Implements.
CITY OF AUGUSTA: Capt. Nickerson ..............,...,..........Wednesday, February ]75:00;:; p. m '"
CITY OF JAX&SXA13' Capt. H- C. Daggett............................ Friday, February 19- 7,:;00) a. m THOSU MEKLE 3c CO. (
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine......................................Monday, February 22- 9:00: a. m ,
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton...........................................Wednesday, February 21-10:30: a. m Manufacturers of :
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher...............................................,...,Friday, February 26-12:00:: n'n PLOWS : T-'

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'JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett............. ...................................,..... Saturday, December 54:30: p. m ,
DESSOITG, Capt. T: ...........................................................,.Saturday, December 129:00: a. m &c
JUNIATA, Capt. DaS&ett........................................................Saturday, December 193:00 p. m OTTON AND COP PLANTERS&c.f: }_, I
DESSOUG, Capt. ................... .........,...............................Saturday, December 269:00: a. m LOUIGVr LE KY. .. .,,
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Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross'Short Line) and I !,.:' Il ;li:
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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 Northwestvia
Savannah. For further particulars apply to "
Pier No. 35, North River, New York. City Exchange Building, Savannah Ga. .n
W. L. JAME, Agent, 13 S. Third Street, Philadelphia.
J. D. HASHAGEN Eastern Agent Sav. Florida & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway, N. y ?:v: :/? ;
For Tickets apply to Waycross Railroad' Offices. For 1 Rooms apply to G. M. SORREL, SUPERIOR I'' 'i' r.,/,.' \
Agent, Savannah. FI I RST \1'..._ ,1;'" ,
aug I,'83-ly H. R. CHRISTIAN Gen'l Soliciting Agent, 62 Bay street. ...1.''1- .j.j1 :
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Per ton ANALYSIS: AT ,"I.".
I quote at Jacksonville 10 to 20 tons ,$18.50 I Per cent i."V' >
.. ,?" 5 to 10 tons . 19.50 Moisture . . 8.00 SAWS ; :..."".:rJ '
under 5 tons 20.50 Nitrogen, equal Ammonia . 7.00 I' trlW": New Orleans,. :t:
Price at Mills, at Madison, Fla., $1.50 per ton I Phosphoric Acid,equal Bone Phosphates 5.11 '_' IImfv: ) VGaB .
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less than above. Potash . . . .. . .1 to 14 'I' '1'.c.,,1\\'(.,.
FOB SALE BY Send for Catalogue and l*/'ICt'lI to -,:; :,. .: :t ; :;,

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