The Florida dispatch

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The Florida dispatch
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Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
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April 5, 1886
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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considerable interest among some of There was another variety of the neighbors, would regret to see the

L I Iu1iLi; ) our fruit-growers. This interest is same species, imported from Rivers 1 1 green and gold of the Hesperidian tree

AAAAAAA LA manifested by sundry enquiries concerning under the name of Cleopatra, which mingling with the pear and peach orchards
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Those That Stood it Best. it from those who have lately showed no injury whatever in leaf, i of Georgia. E. H. HART.

been with rueful and be down the o .
contemplating coun- may perhaps set as
In the late freeze the Satsuma -
orangey I The Satsuma-Is it Worthy of Cul-
tenances the of leafless trees* hardiest of all the Sat-
array oranges except
r was nit, injured in.the least; the tivation.FHUITLAN.u .
around their dwellings. "It;-is also evident sura:!. The.fruit is small, bright red,
Mandarins and Tangierines were only PUTJJAM Wit.ITYFLA.,
t from the tenor of their enqui- and hangs in large clusters like the March IP, 188fl..
lightly touched, others lost their
ries, that some slily disposed wightsare Spice. Editor Florida Dispatch :
leaves, but the Spice orange that we
in their brains Would you or any of readers
revolving a cun- your
introduced here a few years ago, with- The Satsuma fully sustained its rep-
ningly devised plot to circumvent the kindly inform me whether the Satsuma -
stood the cold better than any, and we utation as corning the nearest to being
monarch themselves Orange is worthy of cultivation ?
frigid by providing -
have reason to believe that it couldbe : frost-proof of any. Even the youngest -
i his future visits with I have several that are budded on
planted in any part of Florida] and and tenderest shoots and leaves re "
lot of Safe that Orange Stocks" two and three
"Codrington's trees, year
Southern Georgia, with safety. mained intact and most astonishing of
old buds that have been
will be "Rough on Jack Frost. set out eigh-
This orange has a small, thick leaf, all, the fruit was not perceptibly af- teen months that have but a

somewhat larger than the Tangieriue, The big freeze of 1886, never to be fected. While other oranges were fast little Although heavily grown fertilized

but not so pointed. The fruit growsin forgotten by Florida orange growers, lapsing into a state of desiccation, this the same are now full of bloom but,

clusters, and when ripe, is of a rich, furnished a favorable opportunity for wonderful Satsuma remained plump, covered with
: "Mealy Bug I have not
red color. It is of a kid-glove varietyand ascertaining the comparative hardi- and the segments distended to their
not see any healthy trees of this vari-
sweet ; but ripens late. The fruitis ness of different sorts. A decided full capacity with a sweet, rich juice,
ety. My intention was to re-bud the
small, but very pretty, and if cut in partiality was shown to some individ- of a flavor-if I may be allowed to same but will await a decision

bunches and shipped to the North uals of the willow-leaved or yellow misquote the great master-"kindly, through your valuable] columns.

about the middle of December, would Mandarin orange, which escaped with I but not frosty." Pity the Satsuma Yours J. E.
truly, D. K.
command a good sale for decorating very slight defoliation, while others otherwise of good report, should be of
We do not think the
Christmas trees. For that reason we close beside them, lost all leaves, and uncertain growth, slow, dwarfed, Satsuma fruit
equal in to the so-called
have thought it best to call it the in some instances, many branches. crooked, and prone to sprout below the quality "Tan.gierine" -

"Christmas tree orange." We namedit Those that had borne a heavy crop bud But, generous culture and close or red fruited Mandarin ;

the "Spice" from the smell of the were usually severely affected. attention will lessen these objections, though there may be some differenceof

' leaves, which are strongly aromatic. The red fruited section of citrus no- and one naturally falls to speculatingas opinion on this point. There can
be doubt however
x ( We could get some budded on sour bilis, which is vulgarly and incorrectly to how much nearer the pole] the or- no that as at pres-
ent worked it is a slow and of
stock, for those who wanted them. known itself ange belt must beshifted, if our north grower
as "Tangierine, proved dwarfish habit. Cannot this be
As all ornaments about a house, one of the hardiest of the genus. If ern neighbors betake themselves to : rected cor-
nothing can it. It would also by grafting or budding it upon
surpass planting groves of it, budded below
this is the Mandarin
Spice favorably
the lemon Shaddock
do well in northern -huuses.- or other strong
the surface of the ground workedon
Florida Agriculturist. spoken of above by our friend, the growing species of the citrus ? By inserting -
Colonel who it into the stocks of Limonia trifoliala, whichis
-- -- -- brought State, the scion below the surface the
Hardy Sat- it has besides the of said to be capable of bearing an average
Oranges-the Spice, advantage fruit- tender stock would be below the frost

suma, etc. ing while young'uind:) carrying but few Philadelphia winter. line. Although our Satsuma trees
I11e'that t-
March :218SK.!: f). thorns. { as it may the suggestion i i.- have not grown as rapidly as we could

Editor Florida Dispatch : On my place here it was affected in offered; though at the risk of displeasing wish, they are perfectly healthy, and

Colonel Codringtou's account of about the same degree as other vari some fellow statists; of exclusive we are by no means prepared to give

the cold resisting power shown by his I eties of the red skinned 0.: nobilit, to views, who, jealous of sharing the lau them uj>. The fruit is at least of aver

Spice orange to have excited the extent of defoliated. rels of with their
appears being slightly orange growing age quality ; the tree is a young andI.



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prolific bearer and unquestionably the Effects of the Freeze in Yolusia upon extraneous circumstances rather of life. To make some!! distinction,

hardiest species of the citrus we have, County. than the degree of cold indicated by we call the loss of moisture when it i is

excepting the Limonia Trifoliata Editor Florida Dispatch: the thermometer. The condition of the effect of vital action, transpiration. -

which has no value as a fruit produc- Orange trees about Volusia are putting the tree, of the soil, of the atmosphere; We call the mere physical ab-

ing plant. This one quality of hardi- on a new dress of green. Trees the temperature and weather pre- straction of moisture, evaporation. In

ness should commend it to the-careful which were stripped of every leaf by ceeding and succeeding the freeze are matter deprived of life only the latter

attention practical growers in those the freeze are also putting forth' new all important factors in modifying the operates; in living things both evapo-

sections of the State where the orange I leaves and a profusion of fruit bloom, result. Many trees last winter sus- ration and transpiration are at work."

trees are periodically injured by se- which is nature's promise of an tained uninjured a tempera Jre of 156, .

vere cold. We would suggest to J. E. abundant crop next winter. and there is little doubt that under Endurance of the Orange.In .

D. K., that he give his trees another I At Lungren the groves which are favorable conditions the orange tree referring to comments of Jugde

years trial under the best of treatment.In younger did not fare quite so well, will stand zero. On the other hand a Knapp in regard to the effect of frost

this connection see Mr.. E. H. some of them are badly injured, others fall to 22 or even 24 sometimes does upon the orange George R. Fairbanksin

Hart's valuable article in another col- not so much. I did not see any bear- I serious damage. While experience the Fernandina Mirror, affirms our

umn. Will not Mr.\ A. F. Styles, of ing groves in this new settlement. One indicates a maximum and minimum own experience, that the fruit will

Oak Bluff Farm, give us some further young grove was protected by wispsof point, it is clearly impossible to deter- endure a temperature of twenty six

information on this subject? -Eo.DISPATCH. grass tied about the trunks of the mine the exact degree of cold that the degrees without perceptible injury

trees. Another had boards nailed to- orange tree will stand. Speaking on and that under favorable circumstances
--- gether in form of a trough set upon this subject Thos. Meehan, the well and in a normal state the
Shall I Buy the Big Trees ?
INTEIILACIIEN, FLORIDA, the south side of the trees. Both of known horticulturist, says: tree will not materially suffer unless

larch:1ft? 11S6.:! these groves are coming out nicely "Facts show that there is i no definite the temperature is below twenty de-

Editor Florida Dispatch : and do not appear to be injured be- point of the thermometer at which a grees. He says:

Is it advisable for me to buy orange yond the dropping of their leaves. .. plant parts with life. For instance, "We entirely dissent from this
trees budded on sweet or sour stocks?
I can get the former from growers not On the stage road from Volusia, on frost gets in the greenhouse. The statement that twenty-eight degreesof

in the nursery business, one and a halfto on the St. John's, to Daytona, on the gardener shades the house and syringes ; temperature is one of danger, or

two inches in diameter at forty Halifax, there is a few bearing groves, freely with water, and the plants re that any necessity exists of seeking
and fifty cents: each ; while regular of which seemed to have suffered
none cover. If he had not done so they protection by trees and clouds of

nurserymen for trees on sour ask stocks forty to of smaller sixty cents size. I beyond the loss of their fruit and a would have died from frost. Again, smoke. The fruit, our experience is,

Is there more danger of Mal de Goma, portion of their l leaves.In in the moist atmosphere of England, will not even be injured under any

or "Foot Rot" affecting the sweet some of the younger groves a few broad-leaved evergreens will live circumstances by a temperature of

roots? Would I not do best to select of the trees seem to be killed outright, through the winter at a much lower twenty-eight degrees. We have sel-

the big trees, most beautiful to look but the of these is
very temperature than in the eastern part dom a winter in which the temperature -
upon small. From the profusion of bloom of the United States. Again, a potato does not go down to that point,
"Foot Rot" is liable
more to that is appearing the outlook for tfn frozen in darkness will not rot as and no injury of any consequence is
attack the than the stock
sweet sour -
abundant crop next winter is very soon as one frozen in light, and the known to have occurred unless the
it sometimes the
though appears upon
good. evergreen or European Ivy will en- temperature went down to twenty-
latter. Do not give yourself concern .
The weather has been exceedingly dure a low temperature on the north four degrees at least, and we know
this disease its
regarding ravagesare disagreeable for the past three or four side of a wall, while it dies on the that fruit will not be frozen at that

almost entirely confined to groves weeks, long continued cold wet rains higher temperature of the south side. temperature. After an experience of
located in condition from
badly or poor seem to be the order of the present "In brief: we come to look chieflyto nearly fifty years in Florida we are
other Treat
some cause. your trees season, instead of the bright, perfect transpiration and not to mere tem- satisfied that we shall never incur any
well and will in all
not, proba-
you days which usually make our springs perature for the losses in vegetable greater damage than the freezes of
bility, have to deal with it either upon .
so delightful. OCCASIONAL. life. We know that plants transpiremore 1835 and 1886 and that neither of
sweet or sour stocks. The sour orange -_ ,n
F freely in light than in darkness, these are likely to occur oftener than
tree is harder, less liable. to disease, Cheering Report from Eustis.
in a bright sunshiny day than in one once in fifty years. It is a matter of
and more vigorous than the sweet tree, EUSTIS!:, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA
March 29, 1&56. that is cloudy. Temperature of record that the coldest temperature
and therefore, to be prefered as a stock.
Editor Florida
Dispatch: course influences transpiration, but we occurs between December 20th and
At the same time, the sweet orange I notice in issue of March
your see that there are other agencies that January 15th. This is always the
makes stock-the difference
a good 15th, a report that lemon trees are gen- may aid or obstruct temperature in its coldest portion of our year. The trees
\ between it and the less
sour being
killed. This like the
erally prophesies work. are then in a dormant condition and
noticeable as the trees become older.
after "the freeze" of
I I immediately i "Our correspondent in his illustra-- nothing but a depression of temperature -
You less risk in
run transplanting the 10th to the 12th of January, is a thereaboutswill
tion of water always freezing at 30 to twenty degrees or
II small than large trees, especially if
mistake. Here on the high pine lands them. The philosophy of
makes the same mistake that injure
r even em-
they are to be moved any great distance the lemon trees lost their leaves, fruit
is well stated
their safety by a correspondent
inent teachers make, on looking on
as you get stronger vitality and and the new wood, but the young of that excellent the
vital action paper
as a mere physical
more root in proportion to top. Don'tbuy ques-
branches and leaves are putting out ,
do know be I tion. A log of wood or a fence rail, Eustis Semi-Tropical, as follows :
trees not to
you Limes not fortunate :
again. were so )
Better alongside of a bed of yuccas or other "Cold weather checks the flow of
of some good variety. pay but were almost, if not, entirely
the leaves have work to
broad-leaved living plants, will"steam" sap ; no per-
more and get your trees from some killed to the ground. I also note form ; the cambium or elaborated sap

reliable nurseryman than do this. Ir that the strawberry pine-apples are profusely under a burst of forms into cellular and woody tissue ;

you are satisfied on this point, take coming out again, :and bananas are sunshine on a spring day The log the tree goes to sleep and, like a

the "big trees," cut the tops well back pushing out centre shoots, etc. Guavasdo will feel warm. But there will be no healthy animal, if it is in good condi-
curtail the vapor seen from the leaves and they tion, it can stand more cold and abuse
before roots
digging, as
not yet :how any signs of new than a dry, stunted tree, as has
take in # will feel ool. But :t lot of dead poor
little as possible, great pains branches. been shown in our recent"freeze." Ifthe

planting, and you will get good re- H. W. C. MARUARY. leaves will Steam'as well as the weather is very cold before the

sults. If attention to piece of wood. Again, on a hot summer cambium has formed into
you cannot give -- ---- perfect sap
these details plant smaller trees. How Much Cold Will Orange Trees t day a dead log will feel quite cells in the new ring and the bark is

ED. DISPATCH. Stand? warm, a living trunk cool. We see still loose, thn expansion caused by

The experience of the past winter, from these and many similar illustra- freezing ruptures the tender cells and

Whatever improvement we make in and of previous severe winters, clearly tions that physical laws as they relate sometimes causes the bark to loosen
and split, the air causes the starch,
ourselves we are thereby sure to meli- demonstrates that the amount of in- I to inanimate nature do not operate turn and the
sugar andfgumlto! : sour,
orate our future condition. jury done orange trees by cold depends i the same way when dealing with things tree is often killed'



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Peaches in Florida.By pistil. This is the reason why we I an extended review, gives the following health among settlers] from the colder
[ Dr. J. C. Weal, In Gardener's
April.] Monthlyfor often fail in getting crops of hickories, : climate of the North is the unwillingness -
walnuts, filberts and other things when to learn that the diet
Our section is peculiar as regards THE HEALTHFULNESS OF FLORIDA. strong necessary
fruit. The peach, apple, etc., from there are a few warm days in winter. While the tide of invalids from the there is not only not needed
the North either do not grow or become The stamens mature long before pistils North to the softer winter climate of here, but is the source of many physical -
push. Hence, when they do there is
disorders. The
Florida is Pennsylvania
demoralized in some way. rapidly multiplying, thereis
no pollen to fertilize them. In the
Northern peaches do not bloom till a popular apprehension that miasma i mountaineer can thrive on his pork,
usual seasons, they both push together,
May, then drop their fruit. The prevails in the State and that malarial sausage and buckwheat cakes swim-
Spanish or native Southern kinds or the flowers may be proterogynous. fevers are likely to greet the settler in ming in grease, but when he seeks the
1 here is no rule for the influence of climate of Florida he the
bloom in February and mature during many sections. It is the natural as- must obey
the rainy season, in July] and August. either parent. The same plant to- sumption those who are not fully law of nature that adapts the growthof
day may show a large proportion lean- I the climate to the needs and
The recent introduced Chinese crooked I informed on the subject, that a new com-
and flat varieties bloom in Januaryand ing toward the male parent. Seedsof country abounding in lakrs, lagoonsand fort of the husbandman.

mature in May but are liable to the same cross next year may have other bodies of water overflowingtheir Surgeon-General Lawton justly de-
results.-ED. G. M.
opposite ]
short crop from the frosts of January, channels or without apparent clared that "Florida possesses a much
and February 1st to 20th, besides, both channels of outlet, must breed mala- more agreeable and salubrious climate
The Old Trees Killed.
are very small. ria; but in point of fact, as proved than any other State or Territory in
We have two native varieties that Mr. M. I. Phillips, one of the pioneer alike by reason and well tested expe- the Union, and he answered the question

are fine size, color and flavor, but orange gro.wers of this (Duval) county, rience, there is less malaria in Florida of the alleged malarial nature of
they bloom from February 15th to informs us that all the orange trees than in Pennsylvania; much less thanin the atmosphere by official statistics,
March 10th, and ripen August 1st to in his grove on the south shore of the the new Western States or in the showing that while in the Middle di-
St. Johns river few miles south of
15th, both "freestones." The Chinese a other coast States of the South. Four- vision of the United States the deaths
Flat Peen-to is a cling. Now, a hy- this city, were killed by the January fifths of the State is a peninsula across from remittent fever is one in thirty-
brid ripening in May\ a Peeu-to-flat freeze. He thought for a time they which sweep the healthy breezes from six ; in the Southern division one in
peach-freestone, or a "Crooked"( cling would survive the effects of the cold, Gulf to Ocean, and there are no fifty four ; Texas one in seventy-eight
but he is convinced that all
hybrid would be great acquisitions, as now are mountains to impede their progress. and in California one to one hundred
well as a hybrid between the "Indian dead. He had about thirty trees The highest altitude does not exceed and forty-eight ; in Florida it is onlyone
Blood cling" and the Chinese varie planted by his father in the years five hundred feet above tide, and no in two hundred and eighty-seven.

ties. During the last ten years I have 1855-6 which have always been con- part of Florida, except the extreme Considering that the summers in Florida ]
' made many experiments, and planted sidered hardy and which were good northern line, is ever free from the are long and often severely trying,
many peach seeds, but as yet to no bearers. The young trees are all flavor of the sea. This fact consideredin I with the natural causes which would
purpose. I am led almost to conclude coming out with new buds and foliage connection with the general absenceof produce epidemics in the North in the

that the peach is self-fertilized, neither and will produce goood crops. stagnant waters, dispels the theoryof absence of complete drainage and
Protero-androus or gynous. I have This strange phenomena of the old a malarial atmosphere. Instead of wholesome water, it is no l less marvelous -
not been able to find any authority in trees, which have always heretofore the stagnant and putrid waters of the than true that the general healthfulness -
the cold while the
botany who knows more about hybridization withstood youngerones North and West, Florida has count- ] of Florida surpasses that of
than yourself, and with easily succumbed, is inexplainable less subterranean currents (If the fresh any other State in the Union.

this preface and excuse I will ask : by the orange growers.-Jackson- waters from the Apalachian range, Judging from the causes which

How shall I determine if the peach is I! ville__Daily u ___Herald._ ______ which furnish flowing wells of pure would be productive of fevers and .
Proterogynons or Proterandrous? I -- -- -- -- water by- driving- down through soft general ill health in the North, mala-

What is your belief or knowledge as earth from three to five hundred feet, ria and the many disorders which attend -

to the class referred to of the peach ? and these underground lakes feed and it, would naturally be expected i
Is there any difference in the ipeningof L ______AA__L_u_ __ drain most of the lake regions of the in the large portion of Florida just re- .
the pollen in cling or freestone? Florida Vindicated.The State. Jacksonville has an ample claimed from water by the great Diss- i

Given a cling mother Chinese. Flat- : avalanche of misrepresentationby supply of water from leveral flowing ton enterprise. I saw a thriving little
and a freestone father-Crooked or I which our State was "snowed i wells just on the edge of the city, city at Kissimmee where the present

Amelia-which will the hybrid resem- under," in the opinion of her tra- none of which is over six hundred streets were passable only in boats

ble] ? Would] a blood freestone from ducers, is proving to have been a bless- feet in depth.Of three years ago, and around it thous-

native freestone and blood cling, or ing in disguise, in that it has awakeneda course, there is malaria in Flor- ands of acres rescued from the bottomof
from honey freestone and blood cling? widely extended enquiry into the ida if the visitor is foolish enough to lakes and much of it now under
Which would I better use as the female real character of the State and induced hunt for it. There are marshes hereas cultivation ; but fevers are almost unknown -
element? Is there any ]law gov- a thorough investigation into elsewhere ; the rapid flow of immigration and the first case ofsun stroke,
erning? Is there any treatise on the her resources by a class of men com- and the sudden cultivation of pneumonia, diphtheria, small-pox and
subject ? Archer, Florida. petent to judge and whose judgmentwill hundreds of thousands of acres ; the yellow fever has yet to occur. The

[Whether the pistils mature before be accepted by disinterested men i false economy that accepts surface large laboring force employed by the
the stamens (proterogynous) or the everywhere. The visit of the Press I water for drinking when wholesome Philadelphia Draining Company is
stamens before the pistils (proterand- representatives of all the States extend water can be obtained anywhere much composed entirely of white men, many
rous) is solely a matter of climate or the refutation as widely as the cheaper from wells than in Pennsylvania of whom are from the North, and the
season, and is not a definite characterof diffusion of the calumnies and the and the indolence that invites last official report of Chief Engineer
of the Florida limestone James M Kreamer, well known in
the plant itseli. This we think has careful examination and thorough the disorders
been proved by the writer of this in vindication in all respects given by water in the sections where that soil Philadelphia, makes the remarkable
the "Proceedings of the Academy of Colonel McClure, of the Philadelphia prevails must produce light fevers hereas statement that in all] their operationssince
Natural Sciences of Philadelphia] ," Press, the leading editor of the independent they would produce graver diseasesin 1881, "there has never been a
though we do not know that the fact press of the country, carries the North ; but there is no new I death from any cause, and a physician
has been recognized by European bot- oonviction to all sensible people that State in which sickness\ i is less common I in a professional capacity has never
anists ; certainly by none who have Florida possesses inherent advantages than it is in Florida, and there is no visited our work." The drainage, ex-
written about the fertilization of flow- peculiar to herself and resources be- other State in which the diseases pe posure and cultivation of such an area .
ers. A stamen is excited to growthby yond rivalry among her sister States. culiar to the region cdn be so easily on the Susquehanna, Juniata or Dela-

a few warm days, while it.takes a Writing from St. Augustine on the and so effectually guarded against. ware rivers, would depopulate the region -
regularly warm "spell" to -start the 16th of March, Colonel] McClure, in One of the most prolific sources of ill- by deadly malaria.

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_ __. _
THE PRODUCT OF LABOR. r has a population of four thousand. tional church is filled with students, A Place for Poor Men.It .

The more I have seen of and in- The town is substantially built, manyof and the town overflows with a culturedand has often been remarked by the

quired into the general product of the residences would do credit to wealthy winter population.Four press of Florida and we recollect its

labor in Florida the more I am impressed any older city ; at this writing thereare miles from Orlando in the opposite frequent repetition by our former

with the advantages this State one hundred buildings in processof direction, a fine improvement is neighbor, the Agriculturist, that Flor-
presents to actural settlers over the construction.The being made by the English settlementof ida was no place for men without cap-

far West, and even over all the Northern wooden buildings on the busi- Conway.A ital to seek a home. But our own extended -

States. When I first !suggested, ness streets will doubtless arise in prosperous surrounding country, observation has inspired the
five years ago, that the day is not dis- fairer proportions when, as in Jack- and numerous tributary towns and belief that nowhere in the Union of

tant when the surplus labor,from both sonville, Palatka, Ocala, and Key settlements brings considerable tradeto States can a poor man find so assured
our own and foreign lands, must turn West, the fire fiend makes way for the place, and makes business brisk success in obtaining a home and competency -

from the West to the South, there brick and mortar. There are seven at all seasons of the year. i as here. Indeed there shouldbe

were few who credited it, while many churches and a Young Men's Christian Orlando's real estate agents have a no poor here but from idleness,

vigorously combatted it. Even intel- Association. The Presbyterian, reputation for energy, push, and square self-indulgence or disease. So little
ligent men in the South, fully appreci- Methodist\ and Episcopal are the dealing that extend wherever the talkis providence and forethought is neces-
ating the need of actual settlers and leading denominations. The Catho- Florida, the growth of the town is sary here that it naturally induces

earnestly desiring to encourage them, lics are preparing ground for a new undoubtedly due in no small measureto idleness, extravagance and waste. We
gave little credence to the prediction, edifice. There are several well kept their efforts. The business men are are glad to find our own views in this

while both North and West generally hotels and strange to say their rates enterprising Several jobbing houses respect affirmed by so distinguishedan

resented it; but what was discarded are reasonable.In have already been established. Two obsever as Colonel A. H. McClure,

prophecy then, is rapidly shaping into the matter of public schools, Or- good weekly newspapers are publishedhere editor of the Philadelphia Press, who

history now. The surplus young men lando is behind the times, but the and a live daily has just been recommends the State as eminentlythe
from our Pennsylvania farms have not people hope for better things in the started. place for poor men to find homes.
turned Southward in consid "near future." There banks He
yet any are two ; says :
The police force are a fine looking
erable numbers; but their forerunners interest one and one-half to two per "Florida offers to the poor man
body of men but seem rather ornamental
are now rearing cotton mills, fur- cpnt. per mouth; ten to twelve percent than useful, as the vicious element very many advantages. In the mild
machine and railways in time loans. The climate less and less
naces, per annum on I is small ; there being few va- clothing expensive -
the reconstructed States, and the far- county jail (Orlando is the county ; grants, and fewer negroes in propor- shelter for himself rnd family are
mer will follow as surely as day suc- site,) is one of the finest buildings of, tion to the population than in most needed here than elsewhere, and thenon
ceeds the night. The next decade the kind in the State. Southern towns. a very few acres of land he can
will see scores of thousands of our surplus -I The people are agitating the erection raise all the food that he needs. Landcan
skilled laborers settled in the I of gas and water works, companies With improved public schools, gas, be procured by people who will
and water works all of which will
South ; capital will bring them to the having applied for charters for go there, live and cultivate the soil at
in the future Orlando will
more inviting and certain fields of in- this purpose.On come near very low prices, and the Northernman
throw off the last of the
vestment, and the tide of both home the west side of the town are country with his pluck and ingenuitycan
town and will be astonishedto
and foreign immigration that seeks two beautiful lakes one of which is strangers in a short time, place himself and
find in the far Southland city
lands for homes will soon learn to pre skirted by a fine drive, and another is family in very comfortable circum
"with all the modern
fer the cheaper lands of the South with being laid out around the second lake. improvements. stances. Greatinducements are ofleredto
better markets and the best possible Unlike many Florida towns of mush- A phenomenal growth; an intelli- men who will work on farms and

product of a given amount of labor.Florida's room growth, Orlando has a good gent, enterprising people; a fertile soil; develop the soil of the State. How
.. ._ of natural
a tributary country great
4 ---
back country pretty thickly settled bya much better it would be for our young
Cities.ORLANDO. resources and converging railroads,
Younger ;
well-to-do and wealthy people. men, able bodied men, living in pov-
elements that to place Or-
I are
The orange groves in this vicin- erty in the large cities of our country,
lando at no distant day the
and among and surrounded evil ofa
ity extending northward many by temptations
FOR THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. leading cities of semi-tropical America.
miles the finest city life to seek homes where such
Orlando is the metropolis of South are among most productive .
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and remunerative in Orange inducements are offered, and thus very
Florida; by South Florida I mean the
great interior or backbone region of Region. They have been damagedbut Florida-Past and Present. materially" better their condition in
the extending from the little by the freeze, all the wood The Palatka Herald says it is a mis- life. .
peninsula, -- -- --
Lake Region of Sumter county south- being intact, most of the leaves un- take to suppose that the winter travelto Homes in Florida.In .

ward to the Everglades, and from the touched,and the trees now loaded with Florida commenced after the late referring to the current speculation -
St. Johns river westward to the Gulf bloom. Nor are the people here en- civil war. As early as 1841 Jackson- paper towns and Florida lands,

Coast and country. The South Flor- tirely dependent upon orange culture, ville had her hotels and boarding- Alachua Advocate reminds immigrantsthat
ida railroad traverses this district from though it is of course the leading in- houses, and they were well patronized. there is no necessity:; for them to

Sanford to Tampa, throwing out a dustry ; many are engaged in diversi- Palatka at that period had but one accept the terms of land sharks, or
branch southward to Bartow and fied fruit culture and in vegetable boarding-house, kept by Mrs. Wightman. become victims of speculators. "Thereare

northward to Withlacoochee river. growing, the country seems peculiarly It was a two-story building, millions of acres of land in Florida
On this railroad, in the centre of Or- adapted to the latter and those who and was well patronized. The Brock susceptible of high cultivation upon

ange county, twenty-two miles southof have undertaken it understandingly, House was opened in 1855. The which may be successfully grown not
Sanford is Orlando. Orlando is also have made it very profitble. steamer Darlington was the only ; only oranges but a great variety of

the southern terminus of the great F. Passing by a continuous line of groves steamer run from Jacksonville to En- other fruits. These lands are for sale

R. & N. railway system. Eight years and attractive homes, four miles northof terprise at that date. For a long cheap, and may be procured from the

ago the place had a 'boom," when it Orlando, we come to Winter Park. time after the close of the India war, general government or from dealearsin
"died out," wiseacres said to returnno This place is indeed, as its name implies -I I that commenced in 1835: government real estate who do not take advantage -

more, it. left the town with seventy a winter park-beautiful villas, steamers plied between Savannah and of those with whom they have

buildings. The place remained at a magnificent avenues, delightful drives, I I. Palatka, touching at points on the relations. There is no State in the
stand still but a short time, it com- all laid out with the lavish hand of inland passage. What changes now. Union that can successfully compete
menced to grow again, five years ago wealth, and the rarer art that makes :\ The St. Johns has become the Hudson with Florida in offering inducementsto
it had four hundred inhabitants. nature lovelier. Winter Park has one | of Florida, and railroads cut their those who desire pleasant homes for \

Then the railroad was built from of the largest, finest, and best kept ho- J way in all directions. Florida todayis a small consideration. It is always
Sanford, since which time the town tels in the South. The college estab- the best advertised State in the well for one to look before he leaps.

has grown very rapidly and to-day lished last season by the Congrega- Union." Those who deal with 'land sharks' are




certain to be beaten. Florida's pros- plant that is equal to red clover for manufacture or sell an article under a About Water.

perity has brought the State num- green pasturage or hay, and grows false name or any article without an Professor R. C. Kedzic says a pitcherof i

bers of evil designing men who are here to perfection all winter. This exhibit of its real ingredients or com- cold water in a warm room absorbs .

filching people of their money, andit plant goes to seed and dies down ponent parts. very little from the air, but as the

is high time to ventilate their fraua- during the summer, and the land can \Ve have no objection to the manu- temperature rises it gives off sensible

ulent action. There is plenty of val- then be planted to other grasses for facture and sale of any article for quantities of oxygen, nitrogen and

uable land in Florida, but investors summer pasturage. As soon as thatis human consumption so that it is donein carbonic acid. It thus loses its i

had better see it before they buy. If killed down by winter cold, the its true character, but we don't sprightly taste and becomes flat and J

they take this precaution they will be burr clover comes up again without want glucose when we pay for sugar, insipid. This change is from loss of I

better satisfied and the material inter- planting and furnishes fine winter pas- nor oleomargarine when we pay for gases rather than by their absorption. I

est of the State will not suffer." turage again.Tallaha&seean.smi butter-much less do we want a con- The small bubbles that soon gatheron

0.... -- coction of poisonous drugs for wine the inside of vessels containingcold

State Items. I Halifax Imp-personals. nor a vicious mixture for coffee or tea, water in a warm room ale caused
The rainfallat Tallahassee for !I There are pleasures more prophetic;
nor a useless or destructive compoundwhen by this escape of dissolved gases. The
There are pleasures more aesthetic
March was y.79 inches. Than sailing o'er the water in a boat. we purchase baking powder, refreshing taste of cold water just from

The artesian well at Cedar Key has But for pleasure that enthuses ginger, mustard, cinnamon, pepper or spring or well is mainly due to these I
And for pleasure that amu esTherelsnothlngUketheImpwben
reached a depth of 675 feet. its afloat. any other article for the household. dissolved gases, the carbonic acid in I I

The artesian well at Green Cove is Chorus-Then let the wind blow cheerfully; All counterfeits and false pretences in particular. Because carbonic acid is

down 238 feet and in hard,scaly rock, The that Imp flows can stem; the strongest tide these respects should be severely dealt poisonous when breathed it does not

indicating the nearness of the first Then let the wind blow fearfully, with as are counterfeit coin, or the follow that it is deadly when swal-

The that Imp blows.can stand the stiffest wind obtaining property under false pre- lowed, else a drink of "soda water"

flow.A tences, and we hope our legislatorswill would be fatal. On the other hand,
for superior I
factory making a
The charming skipper loves the water '
attempt to properly protect the if we breathed even the purest water
quality of artificial stone and marble As she were the sea's own daughterAnd I
she's the fairest, sweetest captain on people from these impositions from would we drown ourselves for ourpains. "
has been started at Woodbridge near
the wave, and .
which the ignorant unsuspiciousnow
Lake Maitland.Mr. \ At"jibing" she is famous,
And surely none can blame us almost universally suffer. The importance of the dissolved '
A. Shattuck, at Orange City, When about her sailing qualities we rave. ___ __._. n __ gases in securing the potable quality "I''

has a cassava root which is about Chorui-Then let the wind, etc. Women Abroad.In .
of water is not generally recognized.
seven feet long and fifteen inches in Nothing fears the valiant skipperAs
Russia girls are learning Perfectly pure water, consisting onlyof
circumference. she knows her boats a clipper
And can lead the fastest sailer in the fleet, trades in order to earn their own liv- oxygen and hydrogen, and havingno

Bishop John Moore and Rev. Fr. And though the Tom Cat's flag Is higher ing. Book-binding, typesetting, book- foreign substance dissolved in it, is
And the Tom Cat doth aspireIt
Swemberg have selected a site at Chu- could'nt hope the sau;y Imp to beat. keeping and shoe-making are the trades insipid if not nauseous to the taste. If

luota, in Orange county, for an indus- Choru.-Then let the wind, etc. receiving the largest number of re anyone will drink distilled water justas

trial school for boys and a convent and And to him that hates the water, cruits. it comes from the condenser he will

sister's school. Why, I say he really "oughter" Every girl in Germany, be she the get proof of this insipidity. Del-

Mr. J. B. Rohrer, an experienced Go Then a sailing he'd exclaim with the in skipper tones of of pleasure our song: daughter of a nobleman, officer or monico used to extol boiled water as

: tobacco goower from Lancaster, Penn- There is nothing that can measure small official, goes as soon as she has an agreeable beverage, "but it must be 1
after in the Tal- With the Imp as it bravely skips along. finished her school education into drank
sylvania, prospecting a brought to a boil and at once;
tltorlU-Then let the wind,
lahassee country, has leased the fair etc.Q.. Q. QUITE. house-keeping establishment.At prolonged boiling spoils any water."

ground tract for the purpose of trying one of the chief agricultural The reason of this is that prolonged

tobacco culture in Leon county. Adulteration.For schools for girls in France, near Rouen, boiling more completely expels the
there are three hundred girls from six dissolved Persons of refined
There are two herds of fine Jerseycows the FJLOKIUA DISPATCH: gases.

near Palatka, one belonging to There is no subject which claims the to eighteen years of age. The farm taste are aware that water boiled fora

. Mr. F. A. Garrison, at Palatka attention of our law-makers more imperatively has over four hundred acres. long time will not make tea of a
: Heights and the other to Mr. A. Van than the prevailing customof Those who are so clamorous for good flavor. This is from the same

: Hauton, near the latter place. Mr. adulterating all articles of common "Wornans Rights" should see that she cause. ..
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Van Hauton has a bull whose grand- consumption. Our food, our bever- gets more out of appeals to his gallantry -

father sold for $13,500. ages, our drugs and medicines, our than by seeking to outbargain and Only imagine a man acting for one
single day on the supposition that his
The project for connecting Lake spices, and every article which enters outvote him.
. 4 neighbors believe all they profess and
Maitland with the St. Johns river, is into our household economy-our fertilizers -
Whitewash.In act to all they believe. Imagine a
f' up
again being agitated. Carefully pre- and everything within the possible -
":, reply to a special inquiry, we man acting on the supposition that he
! pared estimates show the plan to be reach of deception, is so adulter-
give the following, which is highly safely offer the deadliest injuriesand
;. entirely feasible, and that it could be ated that it is impossible of discovery may
recommended : insults to who
everybody revenge -
carried out on a paying basis from the without careful scientific analysis. says
: Take one bushel unslacked lime, ten is sinful ; or that he may safely
start.-Maitland Courier. This is carried to such an extent
pounds Spanish whiting, one-half gal- : intrust all his without secur-
In a talk with Mr. F. A. Garrison that no man or woman is safe in rely- Ion linseed oil, one pint spirits turpen- property
to who it is
yesterday we learned that none of the ing upon the purity of anything froma tine ; slack the lime ip clean hot water, any person says wrongto

one thousand bearing trees in his glass of whisky to a cup of tea, or and while slacking put in the whiting, steal. Such a character would be
oil and turpentine. Stir them all to- too absurd for the wildest farce.-
grove on Palatka Heights were hurt in coffee-from a pound of sugar to
gether, and don't use it for two hours. Lord Maeaulay.
; the least by the freeze. They are in a barrel of flour. There is "death in Then thin it with sweet milk and you ._- -- ..--- ---
full leaf and blooming right along the everywhere and cheats and
.; are pot" have an excellent whitewash ready for Fine bone meal mixed with meal,
the same as if they had never felt the quacks are at a premium while pro- use. The judicious application of
is the valua-
f corn, oats or barley, most
effects of cold weather. The freeze tected by the laws in their destruc- whitewash is a measure of economy in
the protection of besides add- ble food for laying hens, milch cows,
: killed about one hundred twoyearoldbuds tive villainy.The .
ing materially in appearance to the mares and other cattle. Because it
for him, and injured his nursery dairymen are procuring legis- ; premises where it is used. supplies them phosphorus
}1. somewhat, but up to date he has disc lation to protect butter against butter- 4
for the eggs, milk and structure of the
c i', covered no damage whatever to his iue and oleomargarine while both their The man who shows appreciationwhen bones.

bearing tree.-Palatka News. productions are shown to be proper things go right and grief insteadof .

Mr. G. G. Gibbs has on exhibition though not butter. We would be anger when things go wrong, gets It is a proposition of eternal verity

ek; at Schrader's drugstore samples of the glad to see a universal law adopted the most and the best work the year that none can govern while he is des-

'_ California burr clover, a perennial making it a felony for any one to 'round. pised. .

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. "Life is but a bridge of sighs beach on free passes in the summer, is left in New Hampshire. At the census -
Thrown o'er the GulCof'l'ime.
but each page would tell of noble, gen- an idea which should be exploded. of 1810 there were no slaves in

erous deeds and actions, well fitted to Business is business, and the journalthat Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Ver-
Labor is Happiness. shine in the crowns" which God promises succeeds is one that is run on a mont or Ohio, the last a new State

Through labor the towering oak is we shall wear through eternity, if square, business footing, the same as created out of territory that was a wil-

laid low on the plain at its feet, is split we perform well His missions here on I banking, building bridges, or keepinga derness in 1776. The census of 1860

into ,timber, made into strong ships, earth.-May Blossom, in Southern Cul hotel.-Exchange.. was the first that showed no slaves
4 whatever in the States north of Mason
which are sent sailing so proudly over tivator. Short-Lived Politicians.A .
--..-*- and Dixon's line. The first State to
the "blue
dancing waters" only to come New York letter : A gentleman
back loaded with foreign produce. Facts About Newspaperdom.By tells me teat the average says politicallife decree the abolition of slavery within

Work with an object to gain sweetens some unaccountable misappre- in New York is ten The her borders was Vermont, which adopted -
all the bitters, which, without that hension of facts there is a large class remark was called out by seeing Tom a plan for gradual emancipation in

purpose constantly written our hearts of people in the world] who think thatit Murphy pass along the street. Just 1777, before she had joined the Union.In .
and minds, would seem unbearable.Let costs little or nothing to run a news- Massachusetts several unsuccessful
think what this
a power man was only
us observe these two men com- paper, and if they buy a copy occa- a few years in the politics of New- efforts had been made to get a bill
sionally, they are regular patrons and through the Legislature abolishing
ing down the street. One clothed in York and the nation. He was the
the workman's garb, his face still entitled to unlimited favors. Men ask chum of nearly every leading man slavery. The new Massachusetts Con-
for a of a for nothing, stitution, adopted in 1770, contained a
wearning a pleasant smile, his large, copy newspaper who has made the history of the
rough but honest hand !supporting his who would never dream of begging a country for the past quarter of a cen- clause declaring that"all men are born

chest of tools. Ah! here he stops be- pocket handkerchief from a dry goods tury. He was a rich citizen when free and equal, and have certain nat-

fore,a small but neat workshop, takesa store, or a piece of candy from a confectione'r General Grant took him and made ural, essential and inalienable lights,
even on the plea of having up which be reckoned the
key from his pocket and unlocks the him Collector of the Port and started among may
door, whistling a merry air as he doesso. done business with them once before. him into the controversy which resulted right of enjoying and defending their
The man has a wife and children One paper is not much, but thirty or in the appointment of Johnny lives and liberties." The question immediately -
forty at each issue will amount to arose whether slaves couldbe
\ to work for, and to make his home Davenport as Chief Supervisor of
happy with bright faces and smiles, something in the course of time. But Elections to prevent frauds in New legally held under this Constitu-

which are so often reflected in his this is a small drain compared with York. In those days he was a wel- tion, and the Supreme Court of the
the free advertising a newspaper is ex- State decided that they could not. As
come guest in the houses of the
own.The do. Some when I there but small number of
other man "gentleman pected to people they were a
perhaps bravest and best in the country. He
I should have said the once pay for an advertisement think slaves held in the State, and their labor
stops on sat as an honored guest at all the great
corner there, twirling in his kid gloved they are stockholders in the establish- feasts, and he once told me that his was of but small profit to their owners,
ment for eternity. Without being all were readily freed without objec-
hand a slight cane, with which he occasionally him
political experience cost over
taps the toe of his boot with represented in the advertising columns, $400,000. Be that as it may, he was tion. In 1780 Pennsylvania providedby
impatience.From we have had people requesting us to legislative enactment for her slaves.
when he left public office. He is
head to foot he looks every gratuitously insert this notice or draw poor much now. Only the other She had at that time over 4,000, and

inch the "gentlemen ;" but one look i attention to that article, with the night I poorer saw him undertake to get a of these sixty-four were still living in
slightest suggestion that it "will not bondage in 1840. Rhode Island grad-
into his face shows such a discontented, bed at the hotel, and the clerk would
selfish look, such a lack of characterand cost you anything to put this in," i not give it to him without payment in ually emancipated her slaves, and had
that him which is just as ridiculous as to ask a but five left in 1850 ; and Connecticutdid
purpose, we pass by advance. As poor Murphy turned to
.without loking further at him, and man to grind your axe on his grind- go away the clerk said: "We have' the same, and had seventeen livingin

,can easily conclude what is his modeof stone, and graciously tell him it won't had him on the list for a long time." that year, the relics of 2,759 in 1790.
living.I cost him a cent. New York adopted a gradual emanci-
He is getting od! and seems to be de-
remember once having seen sucha It takes money to run a newspaperas spondent. How or where he Jives pation act in 1799, at which date she

delightful picture, that I have never well as any other business; no none of his old associates seem to had upwards of 20,000 slaves, and in

forgotten it. The busy farmer, after paper can succeed financially that know and most of them shun him. It 1818 she passed another act declaringall

having worked hard and faithfully carries a dead-head system. Any looks a little hard that a man who slaves in the State free on July 4,

day among hit men under the hot mention of people's affairs that they once held his place in life and who 1827. New Jersey took up the grad-

July un, is now seated in his comfor- are anxious to see in print is worth was always open-handed and free- ual emancipation plan in 1804, her

table chair on the cool], shady porch, paying for, and when printed is gener- hearted to a fault should spend the slaves, bv the census of 1790 number-
and of these 236 still
his tired frame and ally worth as much as other investment ing 11,423, were
resting enjoyingthe any last of his life in poverty and sorrow. living in bondage in 1850.-Chicago
lovely view of fields and wood, of the same amount. The But the world seems to get the dropon Inter-Ocean.

between which flows the broad river, newspaper business is very exactingon a man here in New York oftener -- -.-- --

while his gentle wife sits beside him all connected with it, the pay is than any place in the world, and whenit Mirth and Laughter. .

sewing, and his children play in the comparatively small; the proprietorsrisk does they throw up their hands As I was looking over a pile of old

yard before him. He feels repaid more money for smaller profits, easily and rarely ever get them down books and magazines, I came across

thrice over his hard day's- work. and the editors, reporters, and printers again. I have seen forty examples of an article on "Humor.."

No matter in what station of life we work harder and cheaper for the same this fact to-day, many of them almostas The writer advocated that humor

may find ourselves, if each and every number of men in any other profession touching as that of Tom Murphy. cultivated grossness, and that a humorist -

one of us would never neglect an op- requiring the given amount of There are more political hulks scat- was a national calamity, and

portunity in which we might do a kind- intelligence, training, and drudgery.The tered along Broadway than all the the language of Goldsmith, said "the

ness, or benefit, some one of our fellow life has its charms and pleasant other places in the land put together. loud laugh spoke the vacant mind." I
creatures, and not put off till tomorrow associations, scarcely known to the .. 4 think the line quoted from the beautiful -

what we could have done to-day, outside world; but it has its earnest Slavery in the Northern States.At poem of the "Deserted Village,"

for in this every day life of ours, to- work and anxieties, hours of exhaus- the time of the Revolution all of appears to be misunderstood by the

morrow never comes and we can not tion, which are also not known to | the thirteen colonies held slaves. At i writer alluded to above as it is by

catch it, however hard we try. If we those who think the business all fun. the first census, in 1790, there were nine-tenths of modern readers, who

would, all ,, "do our duty in whatever The idea that newspaperdom is a some slaves in all the States except think a"vacant mind" must necessa-

F state of life it may please God to charmed circle, where the favored Massachusetts, though Vermont had rily mean a mind destitute of good

call us and not complain so much at members live a life of ease, and free only seventeen, and New Hampshire sense-an uncultivated mind-in

our lot," the record books of our lives from care, and go to the circus at but 158. In 1800 slavery had ceasedin short, the mind of ignoramus Hence

would net, when cast up, read :4 night on a free ticket, and to the Vermont, and but eight slaves were many persons of moderate intellectual.

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capacities will almost suffer martyr- profitably: used." 1,200,000 pounds. The results of the

dom by suffocation, rather than obtain Under the heading of calcareous war in the emancipation of the slaves,

relief by a good hearty laugh; and will manures ((1'. 133)) he says: "A per- put a check upon important industry -
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reprove others by intimating that Gold- -"Ammonia- --- in- the Manure Heap." fectly satisfactory explanation of the so that in 1873 there was less than

smith denounces loud laughter as an Editor Florida Dispatch : action of gypsum seems not yet to 200,000 pounds produced, and until

indication of ignorance Goldsmithwas In the able letter of your corre- have been given. Liebig and his fol- this day it has never gained its former

too much of a poet and a philosopher spondent at Ocala which appeared in lowers considered the manuring t force position among the leading industriesof

and knew human nature to well, your issue of March 8th, there is, I of gypsum to be chiefly owing to its the State.

to mean any such thing, or he never think, one point in which he is mis- power of absorbing and fixing the The venerable Chief Justice DuPont

would have written his inimitable taken, namely, in his statement that volatile salts of ammonia, and its use- labored most industriously and zeal-

comedy of"She Stoops to Conquer," gypsum does not possess the power of fulness in this respect cannot be denied, ously to induce the extended cultiva-
especially when it is used in compost- tion of tobacco believing it to be the
which has so often set old Drury in a fixing the ammonia present in a ma- ,
ing with stable manure, etc." most profitable reliance for the producer -
roar, from the box of royalty itself nure heap. Authorities seem to agree
down to the most hungry Grub-street that it does possess this property, as As mentioned in the first extract, if. of any crop which he could raise.

critic that was ever on the free-list. one might suppose on chemical quick or caustic lime i is used, the am- He published the most extended for-

What! shall mirth and laughter, '. grounds that it would. monia instead of being fixed will be mula for its successful cultivation, as

peculiar to the "human face divine," i i In a heap of decomposing manure set free, and this is evidently the reac- well as its preparation for the market.

be condemned as evidences of want of. carbonic acid, as well as ammonia, is tion referred to by Mr.\ Snowden when Now that public attention in all partsof

intellect Y' Forbid it shades of Demo- evolved in a large amount. The ammonia he speaks of lime as affording a means the country is being directed to the

critus! forbid it Placid, Hackett, I combines with the carbonic of detecting ammonia by eliminatingit importance of the crop to meet the in*

Twain, Burdette, and a thousand acid to form the volatile carbonate of from its salts. This elimination, creasing consumption, in view of the

others! As an ancient English poet ammonia, and the problem is, there- however, will not take place if the necessity for more diversified production -

says: !: fore, to fix the ammonia, that is, to obtain lime is present as sulphate. to enable our State to take its

"We're never sad but when we sleep,and that i it in the form of a salt which, FRANK D. ADAMS. proper rank in competition with other

Is often broken with laughing." i unlike the carbonate, will not volatilize Ottawa, Canada, March 22, 1886. States, our farmers should carefully
But whether Goldsmith believed as
consider the advantage of devoting a
or rise into the atmosphere at or-
we do on the subject, or not, one thingis I
dinary temperatures. This is what we Tobacco Culture in Florida. portion of their lands adapted theretoto
certain, we have men, ay, and
I effect by mixing gypsum with the ma- ; We have received a few small pack- the cultivation of tobacco.
learned, cultivated men too, including
nure, since the presence of moisturea ages of tobacco seed from the New- The rich lands of Middle Florida
senators,judges, and some of the most ;
popular authors of our country, both ; double decomposition takes place, !,'. York Tobacco Leaf Publishing Com- and some of the southern interior coun-
1 carbonate of ammonia and sulphate of pany to be distributed where it wouldbe ties offer the greatest advantages for
in prose and poetry, who will roar at 1I
banquet lime giving carbonate of lime and sulphate -_ best tested with a view to ascertain this culture. It requires rich, virginsoil
a good joke, who will make the i
of ammonia. The reaction is its properties and advantages for gen- and is undoubtedly exhaustivecrop
-ball ring again with their hearty
one well known to chemists, thus in eral! production. One sort is from Ha- but on land adapted to it, it is
and reiterated ha! ha ha !
Rose's "Handbuch der Analytischeuchemi" I vana stock grown Wisconsin ; the perhaps the most remunerative of any
But lastly loud laughter is good
for the health and promotes longevity.This we find the following passage, !! other is from Szegodiner, in Hungary. to which our farmers may appropriatetheir

which I here translate. "Sulphate of ; The latter is a large-leafed variety and land.
is the doctrine of Sterne, whichhe I i
lime is decomposed oy carbonate of said to be well flavored and adapted At another time we may present at
amply illustrates in practice. Your I
lean solemn-visaged Cassiuses, who: potash or soda more easily than sul :I: for wrappers. We have placed the length the directions given by Judge

phate of strontia, even at ordinary I I seeds in hands that will carefully as DuPont for the cultivation of this,
"seldom smile in such a sort as if they I I
temperatures. Carbonate of ammonia certain and report its merits. which he was wont to designate as the
mocked themselves, never reach a :
I also effects the decomposition We have nothing to offer in relation best "poor man's crop," in that its cultivation -
j good old age. It is either the indescribable I
internal chuckle of Leather- : easily at ordinary temperatures." I to the habit of using tobacco as a and handling could be largely

I In Dr.Eugene Smith's very valuable narcotic, stimulant., or delight to the done by the children, of which the
stocking, or the loud boisterous glee
1 "Report of the Geological Survey of : human animal. It is enough that its "poor man" is generally supposed to
of a light hearted Gossamer, that in- I
Alabama for the years 1881 and 1882" use has become fashionable: and gen- have. an abundance.
\ sure a long life to him who loves his We wish all cultivators would
: our
there are several passages bearing on eral, and the consumption so enormousas
neighbor, and possesses a consciencevoid report results in order that we
this of which I take the form of the may
question, two to one most profitable, with
of offence toward God and man. compare notes other products and
liberty of quoting. Writing of stable if not one of the most desirable, of the determine the relative advantages.
-Walter j[. Haines, in St. Louis
manure he says, (page 110;: "But the products of the country, and offers to
organic matter undergoes chemical the producer great inducements for CURE FOR INSOMNIA.-Dr. Von

BEEF SOUP.-One pound of beef, decomposition; carbonic acid and am- careful cultivation, and the manufac- I Galihorn, who had been greaty

two quarts of water, one cup rice or monia are generated among other turer ample remuneration for discrim-i troubled with insomnia, tells us of the

barley, salt to season. Put in a soup- things, the former usually is allowedto inating preparation. method which he has found effectual for

pot, let it boil slow and steady for two escape, but as ammonia is one of Formerly Florida was largely en- two years in curing it. It consists in .

hours. In another vessel have a good the most valuable of the constituents, gaged in the culture of tobacco, which bandaging one leg up to the knee with

soup-bone, leek, parsley, one onion, a measures should be provided for its formed a staple crop for the small ering several these layers with of a wet sheet calico of waterproofcloth. and cov-

potato, half a carrot, turnip; let it retention. To this end the solid part farmer and an extra crop for the cotton This procedure dilates the ves- '

boil as long as the meat. When readyto of the manure is sometimes heaped in planter. The seed was first introduced sels of the leg and by diminishing the \

set the table drain the soup off the piles, which should not, however, be from Cuba, by Governor Duval, in amount of blood in the head induces

bones and vegetables into the other; too high, four or five feet at most. The 1828 and the first reliable experimentas sleep. ,... i

stir up when ready to put on the table; pile is covered with earth, which is a a market crop was made in 1830, by A very respectable widow, remark- \

take two eggs, beat well in the soup good absorbent of ammonia and other John Smith, a citizen of Gadsden ing on matrimonial quarrels, said that

tureen, and add the soup gradually so gases, or else some substance is added county, who had immigrated from Vir- the first quarrel that goes the length

the eggs will not curdle. Always boil which will chemically fix the ammonia ginia. Its cultivation extended, until of any harsh or contemptuous languagi

bones and vegetables separately and' such as sulphuric acid," ((as rec- in 1850 the total amount of tobacco is an unfortunate epoch in married

strain them, and you will always have' ommended by Mr. Snowden) "gyp- produced in the State was set down at life; for that the delicate respectfulness -

a good as well as cheap soup. sum, eta Quick lime sets free am- 998,614 pounds, of which Gadsden being once thus broken down the
---- kind of
Bare communion,with a good churchcan monia from its compounds and an county alone produced 776,177 pounds. same easily comes afterwards.language much There more is a
of it should therefore be avoided, This was increased so that in 1860 the
make if excess of
never alone a good man ; feeling having less to love than be- I
it could we should have no bad ones. though in moderate quantity it may be same county product was estimated at fore.-John l ster.HE IC

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Climatic in Southern Cali Butter Making in Florida. =.._., ._
Stock Dying on the Range. i Changes
'he JJlorida ixyntch. The stock men complain that their I fornia. Our Northern visitors frequently

. --------- cattle are dying in the woods ; one man j The Los Angeles Herald says, the enquire, "Why cannot rood butter be
-- -- ---- .-- reports the loss of one hundred of his climate of Southern California hasimproved made in Florida?" We answer, it
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. much in the last decade. and has been for All
two hundred head. The cold winter ,. very can years.
The Senior Editor Retires. and protracted spring has been unusu- Severe cold spells which were frequentten it needs is the same care and cultiva-
when ice often formed at tion which is pursued in the butter regions -
the stock and years ago
The pleasant relations which, for ally severe on our I
1 Los Angeles a quarter of an inch in of the north. In the region of
stock-raisers -
more than four years, have existed between as as orange growers
the readers of the FLORIDA have received lessons of severe thickness are of rare occurrence, in Tallahassee there are farmers who
which will result in fact for the last two years there has supply the home market with the best
DISPATCH and the undersigned, come experience
to a close with the present issue; and ultimate good and teach them the been scarcely any cold at all. People of butter. Governor Bloxham, Judge

Mr. A. H. Manville assumes the Edi- advantage of better stock and bet- have ceased to dread the ravages of Hilton, Mr. Apthorp, and others, pro-

torial management of the paper.I ter care. No State can offer bet- Jack frost which a few years ago duce butter of the best quality, both
inducements for fine stock wrought havoc in the vineyards and for -home consumption and for the
have, (with a few brief intermis- ter
sions,) been editorially connected with growing but the day of scrub stock; on citrus groves. The Herald also reports market. Middle Florida is peculiarly
of is j great improvement in the matter of adapted for producing good grass and
the Agricultural Press of the South the range as a source revenue
about ended. rainfall, whether due to the extensive forage for cattle, and will, ere long
and I
for'the thirty-six years ; I
past ..e---- planting of trees, to the breaking of become as celebrated for fine stock
take a short respite from my
Labor and Capital.The thousands of acres of the surface, or and good dairy products as any por-
chosen field of labor, intending ere
editor of the Pensacolian in a to some other cause, the Herald is not tion of the Union.
long to enter it again, should life and
health continue. single paragraph of a column article, prepared to say. It records the fact, -----. .

answers the senseless clamor of political however, that while this country was The Fig Crop.
With unwavering faith in the future
and substantial of agitation who seek to. antagonize' formerly subject to severe drouth, We have examined fig trees on the

success progress capital and labor. He says : "The there has not been a dry year since south side of the river here which are
and with the
Florida and the South "
time has come when labor and capital 1876-7. This most acceptable changefor now in full leaf, but only a small por-
kindest wishes for all friends and readers -
must understand each other, they have the better, has made Los Angeles, tion of the fruit which put out in
of the DISPATCH, and for the new
got to live together, they are inseparable heretofore one of the finest vineyardand March remains on the trees. Thereare

management, I remain, etc. no law can divorce them nor can incomparably the finest citrus fruit now and then specimens an inch in
one ever dominate over the other. To growing region of Southern Califor- diameter, which are all that remain
March 31 1886.

4 enslave labor would be an impossible nia, one of the finest farming regionsof from two settings which were chilledto

The orange trees from Palatka task for despotism, until we loose our the State.Woman's. falling by the cold of the first daysof

southward are laden with bloom, and civilization and return to barbarism.To --.---- March and again during the last

the prospect is good for a full crop enslave capital would be suicide Success.In about days. There will be little fruit in this
these of complaint
and anarchy. Wise legislation can locality before July.
next season.
the suffering and oppression of the --*-.-
.- .- .- make both labor and capital mutually
The tobacco trade of Henderson, agreeable happy and prosperous." toiling poor and the wrongs of woman, Raise Tobacco.The i

North Carolina, has increased from 4 it is refreshing to notice an occasional Monticello Constitution con-

300,000 pounds in 1872 to 8,158,139 Seed Cane in Louisiana.We instance when a lady ventures to as- cludes a long article on the subject of I

pounds in 1885.Strawberries. are pleased to get such a favor- sert her womanhood in a practicalway tobacco culture : "As a money cropwe

4 able account as this from a late num- and regardless of the convention- cannot find anything in this portionof

in Manatee.R. ber of the New Orleans Sugar Bowl: alities by which the sex are want to Florida to excel it. It makes from

T. Young, of Palmetto, shippedon 'So far as cane is concerned, we regard hamper themselves, achieves success one thousand to twelve hundred I

March 13, over the new extensionof I it as a month late in vegetating.In by legitimate industry and thus by pounds per acre; and if properly i

the Florida Southern Railroad, the many seasons the ratoons and fall example shame her lords. A lady of wormed brings from fifteen to twenty- I

first strawberries ever sent out of plant grow all winter ; this year both Spartenburg, South Carolina, cultivated five cents per pound. If you have to

Manatee county.Notwithstanding. have lain entirely dormant until this six acres of land and raised six pay for all labor to make an acre of

... menth. We have, in former seasons, I bales of cotton of four hundred pounds tobacco, $35 will cover the expense,

the prevailing unpleasant been accustomed to see the young cane each and also cultivated onefourthof and $5 additional will place the cropat

weather of the past season, shoots marking the row this month, an acre in tuberoses from which she the depot ready for shipment."

and the general impression that it has but as yet nothing of the kind is discern i sold 30,000 sets to a Northern floristat -- .*--------

been an "off year" for tourists, the able. We have had too many $18 per thousand thus receiving The b mode of getting rid of the

registers of the Jacksonville hotels in- cold, cloudy days. Cane is essentiallya 540 for the product of a quarteracre. scale insect and holding it in check,

dicate a visiting population of sixty sun plant, and we are glad to see Suppose our "Kights of Labor" is i to cultivate carefully, and fertilizethe '

thousand; being twenty thousandmore that the past week has been the most instead of listening to political blatherskites soil with such vegetable and min- I'

than in '82-2, thirteen thousand'. favorable of the season thus far for it. and demanding ten hours pay eral ingredients, as shall produce a !

more than in '834, and five thousand We are glad to hear that the ratoons for eight hours labor should assert strong healthful growth of wood ; and '\

more than in '845.- appear to remain sound, and now that their freedom and devote themselvesto leave the scales a prey to their de I

.. most of the cane is planted it is en- productive industry on private account stroyers.
Every home should have at least a couraging to know that seed has never, how long would it be before( --- -- -.- -- -

small area attached for flowers, fruit as a whole, turned out better. The the country would be at peace and the In 1884, there were imported to the
and if only and cries of the poor he appeased. United States over 53,000,000 poundsof
vegetables, even twenty most critical period has passed,
feet square. A grape vine, a fig tree, if we only have plenty of sunshine A Missouri farmer 1--*who has been test- raisins. California is producing
from this time forward, and a favorable raisins equal to the best imported and
an orange, Japan plum or quince ing seed corn from the butt,the tip and
season, we have reason to hope expects soon to be able to supply not
may be arranged so as to occupy for fair this the middle of the ears for three years,
a cane crop year. I
small space, and a rose bush,japonica, _._4 finds that the corn from the tips of only the home demand but to exportto

jonquils, violets etc., may adorn the FRUIT PRODUCT OF CALIFORNIA.- the ears will ripen first, that from the other countries.Put J

smallest front of a village or city resi- During the first eight months of 1884, middle next and from the butt last. : I
pounds .___ a premium on good habits and
dence. Nothing has a more elevating California, shipped 8,000,000 -
effect upon children than neat and of fruit. During a corresponding The Los Angeles Rural for March faithfulness to duty, by keeping sucha J
that there had been sent from' record as will enable you to justly i
cheerful surroundings of flowers and period in 1855, 40,0000,000 pounds- says
of in Southern California east, two hundredcar bestow an extra Christmas gift on the .
fruits, and nothing better evidences an increase 34,000,000 pounds I'
refinement and cultivation. one year. loads of oranges. most deserving among your force. .






.. .
True Basis of Wages. An Unprecedented Offer. SPECIAL NOTICE. 1

that To any one sending a yearly sub- I I
surprises of
labor organizations overlook the fact scription to the DISPATCH, at full :SAVANNAH::; ,April 1,1886.} I I

rates $2 will send the New York Steamship Nacoochee being temporarily
that there in the we withdrawn --- --- -
can very nature of shippers, consignees and trav- --
Weekly World free or six months. elers are notified that there will be no sailing CO -; I >.:.; I
things, be no uniform scale of wages, nah irom New York. April 6tb,nor from Savan- COCO ,' .JaqlBiA\ 1.0"0. I' .
April 12th. dd
----.----- I, JO 0 0 0ap Cp <
the basis of and
except upon G. M. SORREL, Agent. .. : wJUCU's.U I
aJU19 a1BaaAy :: 5
mowing Up Hell Gate HENRY II. CHRISTAN, G.:S.; Agent, I x.
qualification; a faithful and competent 66 Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. : l I --- ----- J' .7
Has been a laborious and costly work, -.-- == z :. I -
employe is worth twice the ofa 3T OCOOW3-*
wages but the end the effort. Obstruction I sawn deh steamer,cum 'run deh ben', tQ. tlTpltung
justifies Uup UWI\: h U ;Q 5 c
lovan ,
Good-bye ,
my good-bye fl I
faithless, ignorant or incompetentone. in any important channel Loaded wid passengers for ELLEN-N, Q.O --- -------- 5GQ
A man of reliable character disaster. Obstructions in the Good-bye my lovah, gootl-bve; Q.S Sos: -
means i :() x cc p
Buy-e b-a-by, buy yoh tickets by the l-d I :!IaA( -i=
whose judgment can be depended upon organs of the human body bring ine "OLD RELIABLE" ".''C H I ::: __

and whose habits are good, is better at vitable disease. They must be cleared (Louisville and Nashville Railroad) u C c..J" I I3 'uona.uJa I i I I aS "Se8

away, or physical wreck will follow. I ;n x.00t1 :::x 1.
two dollars per day, even as a labor er Daily PULLMAN PALACE BUF- xx I I !.II..
Keep the liver in order, and the pure 0' -- - --
on the farm than a dissolute eye serv- blood courses through the body, con- FET SLEEPING CARS THROUGH o;; -:..-. 'I -JOQ d'sg1paipunq

from Jacksonville to NEW-ORLEANS, :z. ,PUB saqoaj afOS "' --1038. 9 w::
ant or stupid blunderer at seventyfivecents. veying health, strength and life ; i ... t
let it become disordered and the chan- > .... 0004
As a contemporary very truly .o. I _
Louisville and Cincinnati with ----- -
onlyone xxi ----
remarks : "The unskilful mechanichas nels are clogged with impurities, which change, in UNION DEPOTS, for =;: X I .s 1U'8Q Mti .Q:)g x.
result in disease and death. No other
o .. uBal'O!
to claim the CHICAGO and the NORTH WEST and : .
no right same wagesas a. :x: a ..:
medicine equals Dr. Pierce's "Golden Z -- --
the skilful artisan. The NORTHWEST. Stop-overs granted to 2.c tonal i n 1lL ci-rq ooncv
intemperate Medical Discovery" for acting M 1 ci '-C; 'od=> Ill'
upon visit MAMMOTH\ CAVE Baggage x 4 cow ova
have the liver and the blood. -- ---- .. [
or trifling no right to an purifying =
checked to destination time wttaixBiv ..
quick Ihh :
equal share with temperate and indus- H.H low the lowest. ELLEN-N'S --I --- n_______'O)_OhCpN_:: lit
"Tlie Proper Study of illuiikiiid is rates as as 73c3

trious. Just remuneration is due to Man," BUREAU is now stocked with the Q;) .J}'1aWOOBH I O;h**! .. -g
3 dc:365o. .--*. c>
every man according to his skill and Says the illustrious Pope. If he had latest time cards, correct maps, and : .tnua U'8aN I o hi C) J,

included women in the list, he would civil answers. Call, or write to I 111
The interests of -- --- -.
industry. every com- .O .. .. .. .. .. ill
have been nearer the truth, if not so : L.R.TUTTLE,Passenger Agent, 4OJ I : : : : 0 0
munity lie in harmonious relations be ..
poetical. Dr. R. V. Pierce has made : 90 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. -o .I : :: i CIS.c :
tween labor and capital the employeand I tC.g .QHo.....
o :
them both life C. ATMOREG. P. A. Louisville Ky. :: 1 ...
a study, especially woman : fc. ; '0"G) 0 I.
employer. ., .. o ATK I a: :'-'>'r.o Q)
and -
the peculiar derangementsto ---- o 'O >a .cD4I
'OS:: Eo'S -
.e. : d ecm
which her delicate is liable. Lands for Sale. W..*... I = :: m" ::I'Q.
system 1 o-Q) -.4..z
I :I ::;
Crystalized Figs. Many\ women in the land who are acquainted A large amount of land for sale it g nr d= FrE>'+z.

A sample of crystalized figs from with Dr. Pierce only throughhis quantities to suit purchasers, xa the

California was sent to New York and "Favorite Prescription," bless him vicinity of Crescent City, Huntington, KISSIl.1l.1EEReal

and so appreciated that a syndicate or- with all their hearts, for he has brought Lake Como Pomona and Forest Estate Agency.Healthy .

them the panacea for all those chronic Hills. By
dered a car load at once, but their order -
ailments peculiar to their sex ; such as J. S. BROWN,
Lunds! Low Prices !
could not be filled as the manufac-
Fruitland Fla.
leucorrhoea, prolapsus and other displacements nov ,
turers had not contemplated so imme- ulceration "internal fe KIssimmee offers the best chances for set-
------ --- tlers In Florida. It Is the coming district as

diate a demand. Major\ Russell, of ver," bloating, tendency to internal Body Type for Sale all Money who for know investors the s in ate Town testify.Lots.There Is Big

Olustee, has planted fifteen acres in cancer, and other ailments. Price reduced 800 pounds Long Primer, second i High Pine and Hammock LandsAt
dollar. All hand od condition. For sale
to one druggists. -e
figs, and has a recipe from a Philadelphia reasonable prices.
>-.-4 cheat C. W. DACOSTA.
house for crystallzing, by which No Trouble To Swallow Also good land for Truck Farming. A few
-- ------- ----
mall Bearing Groves on tracts of from
the fruit will command a price equal to Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" (the original Write or telegraph Byron E. Oak, Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
These proves are easily enlarged, and afforda
three dollars bushel.
per "little liver pills") and no pain or the undertaker, for Marble, Iron Rail- good start. Correspondence solicited.

---- ---------- Cure sick bilious head-
griping. or ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A BO11'ELh A HOSE.

.ublisl1 r's jtparfmt'lf ache, sour stomach, and cleanse the full line of Wooden and Metallic Kissimmee,Orange Co., Fla

system and bowels. 25 cts. a vial. Cases and Caskets always on hand.
------ -- Florida Yards.
*-*-4 Poultry
All orders attended 25
-- -- --------------- --- promptly ,

RATES OF ADVERTISING. Early Golden Sweet Potatoes. Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla. -

A3"Pay'able' in advance, unless otherwise con During the past two years I have ---- -
In order to more thoroughly Introduce our
raised thousand bushels of New Crop Cow l eas.
-- -- ---- over two
8PACK.11WKKK 1 MO. i 3 MO. 6 :MO. 1 YEAH
these potatoes, and now plant them to Just received Prize Stock throughout Florida we will sell
t .. $ 2001 $ 6 001 81200 $16 00 8 2'lOO
2 sqr" .. 3 501 I 10 50; 2100 28 00, 38 00 the exclusion of every other variety 200 bushel "Whippoorwills" all Eggs for Hatching at$2 per setting, until

U col. 6001 1800 S6 0018001| 6400 both for home use and for shipping 200 bushel "Clays" further notice.
2400 4800 64 OOi 85 00 '
u 1200 36 00 72 00 9600 1 12800 North. Fine seed for sale at $3.00 100 bushel "Red Rippers"
u UOO I 42 00 84 00, 11200 15000 Plymouth Rocks, Wyandottes, Light Bran-
barrel. Addre: G. L. TABER, Prices on application,
u ,
1 1800 51 00 108 00 144 00 192 00
Glen St. Mary, Fla. WM. A. BOURS, White and Brown Leghorns, Pekln

Subscription $2.00 per annum,in advance. jan25 3mo 20 West Bay St.Situation Ducks.
--- -- ---- ---- ---- - ..
-- ---- ---
----- -e---------- Mastift for sale.E. .
SPECIAL CLUB RA 7. Wanted, Imported English Pups

We have arranged with the pub fishers and For Printing of every descriptionwrite S. IIECIIAUDSON 3c CO.
will club THE DISPATCH with any paperor to C. \%T. DaCosta, Jacksonville, By a practical Gardener. Thirty
periodical published In the United Statesor Fk years experience. Best of reference DeLand. Fla.
-- -- ---
Great Britain. Prices on application. given. JOHN S. WILLIAMS\ Jacksonville -
-- -eSPECIAL -- --
Remittances should be sent by Check,
Money Order, Postal Note or Registered Let- Fla.
ter,addressed to ADVERTISEMENTS.
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c. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher, Wanted.

.T A O'R'CU"T T,. I'. Pi.a. 10,000 Vegetable Crates, 8x14x22. Extra copies FLORIDA DISPATCHVol.

Sides, 4i$ cents each. Sides and heads ( 4. No. 28)) for July 13, 1885. 1 i. : ..

To Subscribers.See 8J cents each. TYSEN & SMITH, 12 Address FLORIDA DISPATCH, Jack- 'L

West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. sonville, Fla.
printed slip on your paper (or P
I ff
t wrapper) and if incorrect report same 4 !
Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver
i) to us at once. Note date of the expiration a
Oil, with Ilypopliofepliite, i
s 1,.
of your subscription and if Very Palatable and Jfficacioua in Wasting{ Dis ,

in arrears please remit. eases. i
--------- --
>-H Dr. C. T. BROMSER, Rochester, N. !

.. Special to New Subscribers.From Y., says : "After having used Scott's Fruit and Vegetable Market. -; -: ;

Emulsion with decided benefit lt Prize at New York 1886.
and after this date, every new myself, I have taken great pleasure in 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK, April 2, 1ts86.i PRIZE WYANDOTTESIMrmontli
subscriber to the will QUOTATIONS. Tl vlc and IVkln Pnrlca.
: DISPATCH, receive *
recommending it since in the various Florida Strawberries, cnoice, j ver qt 50@ 60 PRIZE WINNKKS Wherever Exhibited.

a colored Map of Florida free. conditions of wasting in which it is in- Florida Strawberries,J.poor alrf" 2'v@40< ,> Send Fowls In fti--V"i and r.-ii(Egos.Ht For-i i !., .Salo.r I' .

Scale 18 miles to the inch. dicated." L 23 Eastern Agent. A. C. HAWKINS.Lancaster, Ma s.THE .











K 285 acres of best hammock lands In Orange

IrpFM1RAILWAY. County; 126 old bearing orange trees and 100- LINIMENT.
; Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
will buy a fine residence lot at
$500 Tampa. Easy terms. 000 nursery stock. I Sweet,of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set-
ter. Has been used for more than 50 years,

WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Also 10 acres of pine lands in Orange county and is the best known remedy for Rheuma-
$5000 will buy 200 acres high rolling tism,Neuralgia,Sprains,Bruises,Cuts,Burns,
land adjoining the new town of
wounds and all external injuries.
and 65 in Duval county.
All Trains of' this Road are Run b) ((90h) Pemberton, junction of South Florida and acres SOLD BY ALL IH'UGGISTS-TRY IT.PIANOS&ORGANS.
Meridian Time which is 33 Minutes 8+rv',r Florida Southern Railroads and the Withla- sold and offers
This property must be a ----
than Jacksonville Time. coochee River.

AFTElfstJNDAY. rare chance for investment. Gallon or address --
ON AND MARCH 7,. 1 CfWH1 buy a residence lot In Oriole a :
1886, Passenger Trains will leave HMO "T'V' $ I UU new Railroad town ou S. F. R.R., in
UI all makes direct to coato-
dally,as follows: Hernando county Easy terms: concessionsto men from headquarters at
NEW ORLEANS KXPKES those who will build. Place tapldly improving BARKS & HUNTER, 'wholesale prices. All goodsguaranteNomoneyaskM

Leave Jacksonville dally .. H m .
31 West : Street.
Arrive at Jacksonville daily I\t........ 7:1: p ni Bay--- -- -- and instruments rally tested.are Write received us
Leave Callahan daily al_. bvl' a m $ I CCwill\ buy a handsome ]lot in Parkers- before purchasing. An investment of Scents may .
Arrive at Way cross datlj at..?. i':15) a ro lvJ\J burg.Marioncounty.facmsont'oop: THE MOST UNIQUE THING IN THIS save you from 850.OO to 8100.00. Address

Leave Gainesville....... 6:15: a mAirive er Park. Send for colored map. Property of- LAND OF FLOWERS IS THAT JESSE FRENCH Nashville' TenrnWAoletalo

Gainesville...... ............... 8.25 a m ered very cheap. Distributing, ])cp't 1meluJ 8cutA.
Arrive at Thomasville dally at... 1)9)1111;

Arrive at Bainbridge daily at............ -'.:&5 p m Arrive Chattahoochee dally at.. 4:04: p m \Dl\J\J Windsor, Alachua county, a flourishing -
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.R-iUtlO p m place. .
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N. R.R....... 2:.5 a m AVERY & BROWN
Arrive atNew Orleans via L.&N. R.R 2:20 a m U. S. FAST MAIL STEAMERSFOR
wlll buy 40acres land adjoining Florida.
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from $5000 Windsor. Easy terms. Only A.t T\ieaiioj

Jacksonville, Pensacola, Mobile and New $jOO cash required; balance on long time to xiiey: nave all kinds or property'for sale,
Orleans. suit purchaser. Lands unimproved and those in the highest
; of cultivation. Groves Lake
state Orange ,
Fronts, Vegetable Lands,Truck Farms,Town
Leave Jacksonville dally at........ 1.4uj> m $2 5 0 wlll buy a well located lot of 10 Lots,etc. The home of the Orange, and the P Palatka and All LamlinRs
Arrive at Jacksonville daily uU.........12:00( ID acres at Oriole; land all high and where the Vegetables love to grow.
Leave Callahan daily at... 2:25 pm dry; originally selected for orange culture. place There is nosuch: country under the sun like
Leave Chattahoochee *4..1 11:10: a m Long terms of credit. Only$25 cash required, that surrounding anopy. Circulars and ON
Leave Thomasville 1:20 p ro I. aud an equal amount per annum plus the interest information furnished upon application.
Leave Gainesville 6:15 a rn on deferred payments. The easiest AVERY & BROWN UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER
Arrive Gainesville..... 8:25 am terms offered on high dry lands in Florida. mar:O-ly Micanopy, Fla.
Leave Live Oak at. 9:30 am Enquire for particulars. _
I Arrive at Waycross daily at.......... ... 4:20 p ro will buy a fine 10-acre( lot close by TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER
Arrive Brunswick via B.v. R.R... 8:20 a m $450 station Candler Marion county. OTS SIZE 40M? FEET, $4.
Arrive at Jesup daily at............... 6:55p n, Very prosperous place; good lauds. Key -West Havana and N ew Orleans.
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G... >-:10 p m Lakeview on Kingsley Lake n ,
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G' It. Rll:35: p m $225 will buy a choice 5-acre lot at Candler |l*3-uO buys a 5-acre F I L R I DA -
Arrive Atlanta via E.T. V.&G.R.R.. 2:10 p m close: by the station. r tract for
i Arrive Chattanooga via E.T. V. & G. 8:4u: a m $400 will buy a 4.acre( tract of high roll- JAli OIC.ANHE GROVE. DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES
Arrive Cincinnati: via C. B.: R. R....... 6:30 p m ILg pine land 1 little off from Send 2 cent stamp for :\Iap.'etc., to
Arrive at Savannah daily at.......... 7:40 p m the 5.S.,O. & G.R.H. In Marion county. Satisfactory TROPICAL AND CO. '

Arrive at Charleston daily at.. 1:10 a ui terms to buyers. d |l-. O. Box 158; Jacksonville, .I,la. PEOPLE'S P L LINE STEAMERS.
Arrive at Washington, D.C.,daily at. 11:00 p in will buy a beautifully located
Ex-Gov Geo. F. Drew
Arrive at New York dally at.-.. 6:50: a 0 $280 whole block of lots Parkersburg. REFER TO I Jac sonv1lleHnd Rev. C.,

Pullman Buffet Sleeping rare,Jacksonville Money in it for the right man. Over 300 lots I McLean, St. Augustine.
to New York and Jacksonville to Cincinnativia now sold. r nov9-ly -

Jesup. I CO will buy 1C acres good orange land -------------. ---
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars, Washingtonto $ I vJU adjoining Parkersburg.CfcOKnnw111 Steamers H. B. PLANT of the People's
Jacksonville. E. Line, and CITY OF
80 high rolling ,
buy acres
De Merchants' Line, will run as
EAST FLORIDA KXFIiEHB., vD OUUiand adjoining Floral City, in
Room No. 10 Bostwick's Block follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
Hernando in it for subdivision ,
county. Money -
Leave Jacksonville daily 5OU p n.- Wharf at foot of Laura street:
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.. 7:5'Ja ir into lots. Terms to suit. Jacksonville Florida Leave Savannah, Florida and West-

Leave Callahan dally 5:10: p m will buy 80 acres good high rolling ern Railway wharf Jacksonville,

Arrive at Callahan.............................. 6:59 a.m $800 pine land north of Couper on F. S. daily,on arrival of Fast Mail trai_

Leave Waycross.................................. 8:00: p m R'y in (Hernando couaty. Good.neJghbor1hood. REAL ESTATE Leave Jacksonville............................. 3:00 p m
Arrive at Waycross dally 5:10 am Leave Green Cove Spring.................... 5:10 p m
Leave Gainesville dally at.................. 3:50: p m will buy 20 acres land at Oriole Leave Tocol!................................?........ 6:15pm
Arrive at Gainesvilledaily at 9:15 a m $600 with Lake Front. : I3uu1llr and Hold. Leave Palatka.............................._....... 8:40 pm
Leave Live Oak (daily at........ 7:15 p in I Leave Welaka....................................10:50 p m
Arrive at Live Oak daily at............... 0:.');) a m $1 000 will buy a handsome 80) acre tract Leave Astor............... ............_............ 2:00 a m
Leave Thomasville daily at.-._11:25: p n southwest of Oriole, close by improvements Houses for Rent In desirable portions of the Leave DeLand Landing..................._ -1:15am

Arrive at Albany dally at.-. 1:41: a u. i; commanding building site; fine city. City property handled and Leave Blue Springs.. ............_............_ 5:00: a m
Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. .7:40 a m land. returns made promptly. Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail-

Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R......... 2:25 p In $1200 will buy 40 acres land, high and road wharf...... .................................. 7:00 a m
Arrive New Orleans via L. & N. R.R. 7:30 p m dry,adjoining I town plat ol Oriole. Conveyancing done carefully and at short Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 7:40 a m
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R..... 2:2o a m A fortune for some one by sub-dividing into notice. Arrive Enterprise............ ................._ 8:10 a m
Arrive SU: Lo jls. 7:40 a m building lots. Leave Enterprise................................. 8:30 a m
Correspondence solicited. dec21-6m
Pullman Buffet Sleeping cars between $600 will buy 40 acres of land adjoining --- RETURNING,

Jacksonville and St. Louis, via Thomasville and preceding. ORANGE HICHTS. Leave Sanford: City wharf.................. 6:25 p m
Albany, Montgomery and Nashville, will buy 80 acres land adjoining Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf 7:00 p m
Pullman Palace bleeping Cars to and from the Company's lands at Pemberton Leave Blue Springs.............................. 8:50 p m
Montgomery and Gainesville.JACKSONVILLE which they have laid out in building lots. "Healthiest Place in Florida." Leave DeLand Landing..............M?.... 9:25 p m

EXPRESS. River front. A bargain. Leave Astor .....................................11:25 p mLeave

Leave Jacksonville............................. 7:00 pm will buy 120 acres fine land between High, rolling, fertile lands, pure water,rail- Welaka_.................?................. 2:15am
Arrive Jacksonville............................ 7iMam) $2500 Dade City and Tucker- road facilities and Northern society. Supe- Leave Palatka.................. ............_...... 4:30am
Leave Callahan..?. 8:00 p m town in Hernando county. rior location for fruit and vegetable culture.A Leave Tocol!........................ ................. &30 am
Arrive Waycross...........?.?..........10:15 p m few choice residence lots given to parties Leave Green Cove Spring-.............._. 7:15 a m
Arrive Brunswick via B. & W. R.It... 7:08 a m $400 land WH buy two 40 miles acres from splendid Brooksville.high who will build houses. Send stamp tor full Arrive Jacksonville...._._....._.........? 9:45: a m
Arrive Albany via B. & W. R. R -. 4U)a m information at Tocol with SL Johns Railroad
Arrive Macon via Central R. R......... 8:10 a m $800 win buy a young oran e grove,2G.J nov9-ly C. B. PALMER._ Connecting Palatka with Florida Southern
Arrive Atlanta via Cencral It. 1L..12:.0 n'n trees, some beginning to bear; ,
in fine condition Clay fine L. MORETON MURRAY, I UHARLES McNAic Railway ; at Astor with St. John's and
Arrive Jesup...........12:05 a m grove ; county,
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V.& G.... 6:00 a In neighborhood; quart mile from Kingsley Notary Public. Justice of the Peac Lake DeLand Eustls Railwayat and St. Johns DeLand Railroad Landingwith at En-
Arrive :Macon via E.T. V. & G. R. It.. 6:10 a m lake. ;
MURRAY & McNARY.EAST terprise with A. C., M. J. & I. R. Railroad for
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & RR.11:15 a m $1 000 will buy lOO acres high pine land Titnsville at Sanford with steamers for In-

Arrive Cincinnati....................... 6:50: a ra In Hernando couniy; place has dian River; and with trains of the South
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir several hundred dollars worth of Improve- COAST LANDS Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with

Cars Waycross, Albany and Macon; and ments on it including house; Railroad survey the steamer Margaret of the People 8 Line
Halifax River Volusia Fla.
via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between runs tluough place. County for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River;
Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also Through $6000 will buy 810 acres finely located All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bull also connecting with steamships Mascotte
Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and land In Hernando county. Will Ing Lots on and near River. Address, wit Hutchinson and Whitney for Key West and
Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville sell all or partHOMES stamp, at Ormond. Volusia County, Fla. Havana every Monday Thursday and Saturday -
and Cincinnati, via Jesup.CHARLESTON 01 (' I v arriving at Key west Tuesday Friday

and Sundays, and Havana on Tuesday,Friday
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and Monday.
Leave Jacksonville......... 7:30 a m FLORIDA Returning steamships leave Havana on
Arrive Jacksonville-................._.10:30: p m Thursday and Saturday Key
Leave Callahan IN FLORIDA Wednesday,
8:10am FERTILIZER COMPANY West Wednesday, Friday and Saturday arriving -
Arri Waycross... -. a m at Tampa Sunday Thursday and Sat-
Arrive Jesup.......................................-1l 2)a m at New Orleans: on Monday.J'
Arrive Savannah................................. ia.j: p m Oriole, Ilcrnnndo County. E. T. PAI 'E, Prest.,44 East BaySt. day A,freight steamer of the People's or De

Arrive Charleston..........._.._..........._ 6:50 p m Florida Orange Food, $23 per ton. Merchants' Line, leaves Jacksonville Bary-
Arrive Washington............... ; :t't p m Send stamp for colored Map of Oriole and Baya
Arrive New York.........._....................10:33: p m information how to get a home in Florida, Florida Vegetable Food, $28 per ton. daily, at 9 6p.m. Returning, leaves Sanford
close by Railroad in active operation. Splendid dally,at a.m.
Pullman Buffet sleeping Cars between This Fertilizer has been thoroughly tested
lands. number of
orange Large new
Jacksonville and Washington. groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly for the past six years on Orange Groves In Racing by Strictly the Boats Prohibited.of this Company it

Through Tickets sold to all points !>v Rail l coming in from all over the Union. Attractive Florida and has given entire satisfaction.

and Steamship connections and bageare plan purchase; but little cash required. Send for Circulars and Certificates. For further particulars Inquire of
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car herd,* Bargains offered. JNO. BRADLEt: Chief Clerk.
and sections secured at the Company's Office Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville

in Astor's Building,82 Bay Street,and at De W. B. CLARKSON, ,Fla.W. .
Steamers Office and on board People's Line M. DAVIDSON
H. B. Plant and Chattahoochee.JAS General Traffic Agent, Astor Building.
I.. TAYLOR, Office: 721 W. Bay St., up stairs, :>>bushels Red Rover, Clay, Whlppoorwlll C. D. OWENS,Traffic Manager

General V.AAfllnlrpr ",CPl1. Jacksonville, Fla.i.Iulylu and White Peas for sale. Savannah
H.S. HAINES, Gen'l Manager
R. G. FLEMING Superintendent. E. T. PAINE
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*z :;t'"' NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY, Wholesale Grocers

.0' With descriptions ofF ,

Fruit Trees Plants Vines Berries Ornamental Trees Grasses etc. etc. i

Together with full descriptions of all the !

CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREESAlso Please Ponder the Following Facts and Act Accordingly.

Price List. Send for Catalogue to .:
'AT. w. :HAWKINS: : 3s SON, IFrops., 1st. They carry the Largest assortment of Fancy Groceries in the State.

LAKE GEORGE FLORIDA. Jan 1 '85 j 2nd. They are doing the largest business of any Fancy Grocery establish

GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. ment in Florida.3rd. .

They are selling goods at about New York prices, freight added.
4th. They WARRANT every aticle sold by them.

ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded 5th. They issue regular Monthly Wholesale Price Currents.6th. .

from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. They employ a larger force than any Grocery House in Florida.7th. .

Fruit Also Trees, JAPAN suitable PERSIMMONS to Florida. Address, LECONTE, PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line It will be to your interest to send for their prices before purchasing

{AARON WARR: Georgetown, Fla elsewhere. jan 26-tf
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ASTHMA I : 1 SIIGLE TRIAL con- -WATER.c nE [- > S "i ... Sr -
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GERMAN CURErelieveatemost THE LIVER. 0 /") ., 0'1 i !? 5 -
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violent attack: insures comfortable sleep:E 4. THE KIDNEVS. 4 :: : n "8 : c 5 5 F
effects cures where all other remedies fall I THE STOMACH. ::rg. n o w l aCJl;
I 1 No welting for results. Its notion fsl THE BOWELS. 7 E:.. 3- : .. :::
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I lenrels effected all CUllAIIlKCASEs! | A POSITIVE CURE FOR ? 0 () CD :s: s
t "It permanently oared me. Refer to me at any time." I "'ona:::s :- '-< -:s I.
Bon.B. Lott. St. Paul,Jlinn.1 .\ DYSPEPSIA, :2 x w a. V
\" am enUrely restored to health by German Asthma ?
I Core,' 7ha. Pitton,Hamilton, Olio. 3 CONSTIPATION, 3 E. r
"Oermaa Asthma Cure Is all you claim for it. It never I SICKHEADACHEDOSK ; + 3 ono .-- --
I f&U ." Prof.S. Von Fingerlin, Greenville, S. C.I
")(1 physician reoommende German Asthma Cure. Ill :-One to two teaspoonfuls. .3 "c.c.:
I cured me." Urt.M.L. Tttrlck,Londonderry, 0io.iThouaadt .\ Genuine CRAB ORCHARD SALTS in seal0'4 0
of similar Letter oa file. .1lk..,dnlntat ed packages at JO and 25cts. Ko genej ;7 m PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
1 about It. ulne Salts sold in bulk. P Q
German Asthma Core Is sold by all drug. Crab Orchard Water Co., Proprs. M ..
'" Rests at 6Oc.and$1,or sent by mail on receipt S.N. JONES. Manager Louisville Ky. CHAIILESTON, S. C.
lot price. Trial pacfaure free to any address for

stamP., JL. CII1FYlAN.- M."_.-",*.ulMlnn.---- | -- Aslicly, Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.

i --- -*+S E: D GWIC K<..- A'tlhley I Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for se two crops,
i J JI and also; us d by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.Ahlilcy .

;I I CECIL H. PLUMMER, STEEL WIRE FENCEr Ahli Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees, bananas, etc

Aslilcy Dissolved Koiies. Ashley acid Phosphate.

r.. .t. .!.. ,.f.... :. .. t' Nitrate of Soda. Arnmonln, Kalnlt
Pure Ground 1't.h Sulphate
+ !!'''!!!! Pure Ground Raw Bone;

I "LJ ....... -ol_ -: ''fIr i )-( Muriate, Potash, Cotton Seed Meal etc.
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VETERINARY SURGEON ....>-- ... Iooj. : I I I
_.-...... .-..._-__ 1 For Almanacs and Hand Looks. Agricultural Primers, and good trticlei 011 PeaH, Kalnlt

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Student the Veterinary College of ...)-< )- )- 1 Royal ondon ......;:_:::)..0 ;::).C I 1 I I ro TilE ASHLEY PII4>SPHATE: COMPANY: .,
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ters and telegrams.OfllcQ Is i.*the oCronjr best general net-work purpose without wire fence use.Don't It LA Z T (;Hfff ACE & HARNESS EVTF'C CO.

Injure stock. It will turn dogs, pigs, sheep and
1'0. Farm EverrBaggysoldbythemlddle
poultry as well as horses and cattle. The best $23 lio added Platform Wagon S55.
Harness, + man has several dollars
fence for Farms,Gardens Stock Ranges and Rail
We have
the First Price. no
in Orlando, Fla.1 at roads.School-lots Very and neat Cemeteries.,pretty styles Covered for Lawns.with Parks rustproof -, --- .l f t: .. :\ >4 agate to hut for twelve years
have dealt with the consumer.
Heed &; Foster's Stables( paint or made of galvanized wire as pre % \' eshlp anywhere, with prtvl. r
ferred. It willla.t r life-time. It Is better than $ lego of examining before buy 't
beards barbed wire in respect. The
or every We freight charges
Sedcwick Gates made of wrought-Iron! pipe and ? ing. par
both if Dot satisfactory.
I\_ VARIETIES OF steel wire,defy all competition In lightness neat* y.;
C. 3 5 9 FRUIT TREES, ness strength and durability. We make the bent, I' ? One price only, riat'orm Spring years.
and easiest working all-iron automatic
cheapest Wagon w 155:3 51J&1\mea1Nhf'1'9
VINES PLANTS. ETC. or self-opeuiue cate, and the neatest cheap Ca oMS-IO.
-M Apple,i'eor,l'cachCUerry, Plum, iron fences now cindOa The best Wire TeopaBujrrfe8aaTs! tine as usually sold for;$12:S. Oar Harness
i quince, Strawberry, Knwpberry, Stretchers,Cutting Pliers: and Post A uCt'rli. itlL are all 11 o. 1 Oak Leather single 810 to S25. 64-pag*
.r. Blackberry Currants (:rapes, For prices and particulars ask Hardware Dealers, lllustrattKl Catalo nie free. Addresa,
T C*ooheberrles.&c. bend for CaUlognB or address mentioning paper. W. B. TJtATT, Secretary, Elkbut Indians .
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Fruitland Nurseries j ,Orleans WorJd'IFalr.New!leadinf
Wind )? rerl. The Etf.JtKKA .
after a trial
lasting 4 mo .was pro.
AUOUSTA, GA. nounced the beat overall
and today; stands
at the head of all competitors. Sizes 10 ,
P. J. BERCKMANS Proprietor.The to 18 ft. diameter of wheel either for
Pumping orPower Mill. Perfect in all ;

parts and. warranted.Also)Mfr8.of.theAdam Estimates on apiplication. .- 1 F'I :r:... o :::E=L i :ID: .A..

reef Draft Barn Floor Hone Power.
Liv Agents Wanted. Address Mfrs, WINDSOIt two to four thousand dollars; two saw and
eaur; ds WOODWARD. Kalamazoo, Mleh.A. planing mills running,two stores up and one
--- ---- -- Is the name of one of the prettiest and health-
office another store building Post Officeestablished
Isady ; a
edition of our Spring Catalogue
for mailing. IV. DOBBITVS & SRO, lest towns in Florida, or any other State. ; bakery, livery stable, and sev-
I Situated on the eastern shore of Lake Neweral orange groves set out miles of streets
\, nan, a beautiful sheet of water some nine cleared out-in fact the whole face of the
miles In length abounding fn fish. Nine country Is rapidly improving.
The stock miles east of Gainesville, two miles from
pf Gruelle station on the Florida Southern Rail
road,and four miles west olCampville station PROGI&ESS.

on the Peninsular Railroad. During the fall and winter two more stores

Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, i are to go up,one church, one academy,and a
LAND score or more of dwellings. A s'camboat Is

Palms, Roses, Evergreens,etc., Windsor embraces a tract of about 4,000 to be put on Lake Newnan to connect with
acres, nearly one-half cleared. The soil is the Florida Southern Railroad at Gruelle.

Y' neither the white sand of so large a portion of

Suitable for Immediate planting Is unusually ? L Florida,nor the red clay of Georgia, but a ACCESSIBILITY.
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large and selectThe dark rich loam, producing excellent crops of
former large area of glass of our Floral all varieties of vegetables or the finest orange Windsor is easy of access. Take the steamer
department has been largely Increased of trees. The higher land is fifty feet above the to Palatka, whence a ride of two hours on
lake gradually sloping to the water. Lots Florida Southern Railroad takes to Gru
late, thus giving every facility for pro. (Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters
from four to several elle Station Peninsular Railroad to
duction of first-class stock at the lowest varying twenty acres ;or Camp-
fronting on the lake.HEALTH.. ville, three and a half hours from Jacksonville -
prices.Catalogues mailed free-address as above. 24 LAURA STREET, and a hack ride of thirty or forty min
utes will take you there. Hack meets after-
noon train from Palatka.
JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA The wonderful healthfulness of the place
DEER ISLAND has been the subject of remark for the past
thirty years. There are people now living ONE HOTEL NOW OPEN.
done in all its branches.
Gunsmithlng there that have been residents for that lengthVe have an excellent site overlooking the
GARllENS AND NURSERIES of time, and who assure us that for a popula- lake of five acres, which we will donate to
: IRON SAFE WORKSpecial tion of seventy souls there was not a physIany'party who will build a good hotel to
cian called before the war in fourteen years. accommodate No better
fifty guests. place
rate on Stencil Cutting, by
What other portion of country can make so be found
oct 8-tf good a showing? It is high pine land with I
------ excellent water; sore throat and catarrh soon :
disappear here. LANDS FOR SALE.
Pot Grown Scmi-Tropicnl Fruit
Lands can be purchased at from Fifteen to
and Ornamental Tree, Fancy !f! Poultry. CLIMATE. One Hundred Dollars per acre, according to

Plants and Vines. 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.
No Loss in Transplanting. AL EJ.t.'I' 1.'TtE even climate. No hot nights here and few
Catalogue. and Price List Free,on.application : Y
Keeps twenty varieties of pure bred IMPIOITEMENTS;
the AddressA.
Manager. Eggs for Hatching: S2 per Dozen. If so, we would say-take a good look at
Windsor is young-barely I 15 months old-
WINDSOR before decide where to settle.
Has Just received a fine selection; from the you
E. CHAMPLIN\ and there are up and in course construction
best Poultry Yards in this country. forty houses, several of them costing from For further particulars address:
Oakland Co. Fla.FOREST -- --- ----- ------ -
nov29-ly Orange ,
Y\ Grind U your own Bone, G3IB: GEJFFJN.: :

HILL NURSERY \ Meal. Oyster Shell. ,
..GRATIAAl Flour and Corn
I in the SSS ITI .lgDMILL Jacksonville Fla
17 West Street
100,0000ra..gc Trees for Sale Cheap (F. Wilson's Patent). 100 per Foray ,
I tent. more made In keeplru p o nltry. ;
thousand budded from bearing trees
wenty Also POWER MILLS and FAIL3tFE1D april :20-61110* 0 R WINDSOR.Jacksonville .

of the best and choicest varieties on stock sour is MILLH. Circulars and Testimonials pent ___ un __ ._ __ ____ ___ __ __ ___ ___ __ -_ ____ _
stocks three and four yearn old. Our .on application. WILSON BROS.,Easton l o.
grown on high, dr.v, light soil, is hardy, ---
healthy,and free from In8l"ctVe aspire to EXCELSIOR CARPET STRETCHER., and Panama Park
offer the best trees for the least money. S25

to 830 per hundred, according;to quantity.J.S. Sell.wanted.rapidly.Local Pay or traveling.big.850,000sold.Sample free.:Agents U.W.

novHWJm : imOWN Frultland& SON, Fla.. .-tialien- -Mtch--..Sole- --Manufacturer.--- '- -- ::E.e1EL1 :E] s ta-te; :E; :x:. c :b.. an.: g e .

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O 6+Itil r r1.l=i POLICE GAZETTE will ,

bo mailed,securely wrapped to any address in tho AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.
Nnrsnrins of lAlkn W elf Go. United States /* E31irC: !Three Monthson CITY
receipt of C W tr i L t2:; .: > Ono Dollar. liberal
discount allowed to Postmasters Agents and
Clubs.The POLICE P 71 GAZETTE BearIng Orange Groves,choice.Building Lots and ti god Garden land near the city for sale.
100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees. of 1\ewYork Is tho itfd AILED oxi/i" legitimate Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent land in lots of half an acre and upwardsin -
Illustrated Sporting/ and Sensational good location,for sale on monthly payments to parties who will improve. .
Our trees are very thrifty, three and four Journal publi&cd on the American CTDEE? I -Groves planted and taken care of,houses built and improvements made for non-resi
old stock to 1% inch diameter with
year ,% continent. Apply for terms to ricL&,; dents.
one year old buds. Nurseries easily acces- *3 300,000 Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fru't trees for sale.
Richard K. Fox Franklin Square New York.CINCINNATI. .
n"3le to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for In- Money to loan on improved property. '
Catalogues. Address ---- J. S. BELL Notary Public}
E. B. FOSTER, Manager .
dec2My South Lake Weir, Fla. -N\M rOrR I ONMJwBcOAg -. Office Hours at No. Heed's Block, Bay street City,rom 9 to 11 A.M.
At Panama Park from 2 to 6 P. M. sept29-tl*

A. J. BEACH & SON T E --- -
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NUflS] UYM1 N. I 0.
&1 otice to hipperi of OrangesVIA
Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and fine, OHIO .
and in good order. New Fruits,among whichare

White the Genoa.White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and .... ,,"J SAVANNAH AND ATLANTA 'AST FREIGHT ROUTE.

Catalogue free. Address L A LiO- ,1 :r

A. J. BEACH & SON, --, DiU8J: : .
8en28-l Palntka, Pia. : :\Itr'-r
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Reliable ilih special attention 01 Shippers is called to the SCHEDULE arrangements ol
PALMETTO PHARMACY.Formerly Agentswanted these old established Railroads through Georgia co: section with the Cincinnati SouthernWestern
in all un- Hud Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railways t Points. Inquiry Into the

Holt's. assIgned Pumps Tanks territory., and Wind MillSupplies merits of the roads that constitute this line, will sat! fy Shippers as to their reputation for
of .every description. reliable Train movement. These roads are long establmenu. ined,and their Schedules not eXJ>Cri-
Since taking }possession! of the above DrugStore Farm and Suburban Water Just claims promptly paid. Any information nregard to the Line cheerfully given.
Works a specialty. Illustrated We give below figures that will show the bestpossibl TIME between Jacksonville and Cln
we have put In a complete stock of Catalogue and Price-List free. cinnati,and all points West:
The Phelps&Bigelow W.M.Co MllippenHleldrlDg to take advantage of these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
fresh Drugs, Patent Medicines, etc. Every- Kalamazoo, 111('....and 1216 Wet that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts, read ti Savannah and Central Railroad of
Oth Street.Kansas City Mo. _, purity guaranteed. Georgia
pure blooded Pigs, $10 a pair, not akin.
Address VIA SAVANNA I.Leave .
will receive particular attention.Ve prom-

ise best prices and prompt replies Unorders. = _'"::5 PS' _Waycross.M a. J ackbOU ville'....................................(S. F. & W. R* ..................._...._................. a:OO pm
Leave Gainesville......................................( ., ................-......-........._...-_. 2:00 pm
Give us a tnal. Address SAMPLE TBEATMEHTIEZ53E5 Leave Savannah......................................_-..-.-.......... ... ........... __-.__..................... 3:40 pm
J. A. CONOYEIl CATARRH Leave Macon...................... ........................................_.. .-........... .............................._ 2:38am
t Leave Atlanta.-............._............... 9:35am
Manager Palmetto 1'hai'macy, So great is our faith that we can cure yon dear sufferer,that we Leave Boyce. ................................................._......... .................__._..................... 8:20 pm
will mail enough toconrince you.FREE. Send 10 ac-stamps to Arrive Cincinnati...............................___......_._......... _............ ...-_.__................_ 5:00am
31 West Bay Street,Jacksonville, FlaWANTED torer; expense&poctaze.RS.LAUDEBB1C1I*CO., .warkU.! Leave Chattanooga...................................._....._........... _._...-....-.......___..........__.1020pm
di'c'lInd Gentlemen to take -- ---- -- : Leave NashvIlle...............?.....................................-........ .-_..................... _.._..._...-_ 5:15 pm
t itflk'iit: work attheir homes. 60 Fancy Pictures and 25 ele Arrive Louisville................_ _..._..............____-....... ._... .......................__......-.... fcOOam
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Augusta, Ga.................. 30 $60 00 Cedar Rapids, Ia......?.. ...... ......... Fort Scott, Kan...?....... 90 14000: Logansport, Ind........... ...... '.....?.. PortsmouthOhlo........ ... ......?.
Atlanta, Ga................... 35 7000 ... ......... Gallion, Ohio............... ... I I.........: Lincoln, Neb.. ..............: 91 ,,156 401 Peoria, IIIPittsburg _................... 65 11600
Atchison, Kan.....?....... ...... .....?.. I Dalton, Ga..I 40 80 00 Galllpolis, Ohio............ I ... .........i) Macon, Ga............. ......1 25 I 150 i 00 Pa............... 66 126 00
Adraln, Mich.........,...... ...... ......... ,Dayton, ... .........I, Grand Rapids, Mich.... i!> ... '.........I, Mobile, Ala.Montgomery................... 42. 00 Quincy 111.?.....?........... ...... .....?..
Ann Harbor, Mich,...... ... ......... Delaware, Ohio............ ... .........I Henderson,. Ky.I! 55 10000 Ala....... 35 70 00 Rome pia. .?.............. 10 80 00
Alton, I1LAnnlston ..... ............... ... ......... Defiance. Ohio......-...... ... ........ ; Hickman, .............. I 55 ::,,100 00 Mansfield, Ohio............! ... ......... Rock island. Ill..?....... ?.... .........
I Ala............... 40 8000 Detroit, Mich..?.......... 70 ,120 001 Indianapolis, Ind......... i 60 11000 Massillon, Ohio...........i I .. 1..1; Rochester, N. Y.......... 6fK 134 00
Birmingham, -Ala......... 40 SO 00 Danville.................. .?:?:,......... Jeffersonville, Ind...... 58 10800Wool' Mt. Vernon ... '1..1' SanduskyOhlo............ 60 11600
Bloomington, III ......... ... ......... I Davenport la ........... ...... ......... Jacksonville, Ill.......... ... .....?..1 Memphis, Tenu..1 5'I Sioux City, Iowa.......... ... .........
Ia........, ..... ...... ......... Dubuque, Iowa............ ... 1..1: Joliet 111.Jefferson....................... ... ... I: Milwaukee, 70 1120 00 Springfield, Ill.............. ...... .........
I Burllngtoni ill................ ... ...?.... |Des :Molnes, Iowa......?. ....; I.! ....?.. City, Mo....... ...... I....... I Madison, Wis.1 ... .....?. St. Joseph, Mo............. ...... .....-..
Buffalo, N. Y ................ 66 126 00 Denver, Col.................. 1 85 ,>25000 Knoxville, Tenn .........1 45 ;,Minneapolis ...... !........ St. Louis, Mo... ............. 65 11600
Bay City, Mich.._......... ...... .....?.. Dixon, Ill..................... ... .......?! Kenton, Ohio................ ... ......... (Madison, VVis.... .........1 I ...... .....?..1' Saginaw Mich......... .. ... ....._.
Bristol, Tenn............_ ... ......... Elyria, Ohio.....?.......... .Kalamazoo, )lIch........!. 70 12000! ( Canada........' ....? ....?...I, HprlngtleldOblo.......... ?. .....?..
Cleveland O..?.?... ...... 70 120 00 Evansville, Ind............ 56 1 106 00 Kansas City, Mo .......... ... ......1 f I Nashville,Tenn............ 45' 00 00 St. Paul, Minn.............. ...... ....._..
Cincinnati, Ohio.......... 55 100 00 East Saginaw, Mich.... ... ......... Lansing, Mich............... ...... .........1 '! New Orleans?,.......?..... 45 90 00 Toledo O .................. 70 lID 00
Cairo, 111Columbus.. ................... 60 .11000 East St. Louis, Ill......... 65 116 00 LaCrosse, Wis............... ...... .., .,Newark, Ohio............... ... ......... Terre paute, Ind ......_ 60 11000
Ky..?.......... 55 100 00 Emporia, Kan............... 1 05 16200 Lima, OhioLafayette ............ ...... ... .....?... !Omaha, Neb.................. ...... .....?.. Toronto, Can................ ...... .........
Columbus, Ohio............ .? ......... Erie, Pa..............?......... 66 126 00 Ind.............. ... .........I' ((Ottawa, Can.................. ..... .....?.. Topeka, Kan............?.. 95 118 00
Columbus, Ga ............ 35 7000 |Fort Wayne, Ind.......... ... .....?.. (Lancaster, OhioLeavenworln ............ ... I.....?..) [1011. City Pa .............?.. 66; 12600 Urbana, Ohio............... .*...?..
Council Bluffs, Ia.......... .... ..... : Findlay Ohio.............. ...... ......... Kan..... .....: .... ;iPekin, Ill. ..................... ... ......... Wheeling, W.Va........... 66 .126 00
Chicago, A Til&..*.,.............?. 65 .116 00 (Fremont, Ohio............ ...... ..... Louisville Ky?...,......... 55 .100 .1. ;Pana, Ill...................?.. ... ......... Winnipeg, Man............ ...... ......?..
Chattanooga, Tenn...... 40 80 00 Fort Dodge, Iowa........ 1 18 I'1170 00 I Little Rock Ark.......... 55 120 00 ;,iPiqua, Ohio.................... ... ............ .

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Jacksonville Callahan, and Live Oak................................................................ 20 40 25 50 30I, 60 301 i 60 30, 60 Z1 I 55 1! . . .
Gainesville, 'Tew Branfoni............_......................................_......................... 30 60 35 70 40 80 I 40,! 80 I 481 :: :rT 75 :; . . . . .
Landings on 81. Johns rl ver.................?.............._..............._.............................. 30 60 35 70 4Q 80 40 SO 901 :37 75 i . . . . . .
Stations on Fla. So Ry north ot and including Ocala ............?.,..._..............._. 3' 70 40 8Q 45< 9Q 4.5 9Q I 4'>I I 42 as I: . . . . . .
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. south or Ucala ............................................................... rT: 75 42 8i 47 95 47 9? 47 1 9a: 4t 9U . . . .. . . .
Stations on Fla. 80. fty, 8t. J. dt L. E. Division......?.......................................... :37 75 42 a5l' ; 47 95 49 951 I 47;f 47 95 . . . .04. .. ..'_
Landings on Lake Santa Fe. .............?.....................................................?.......?.. ... ... ... .. 1 ... ... ; ... ...!i 9"1 'I ... . . . .. ..... ,. .
.fampa. ................. .................................................................. 45 90 50 1 001 ; 55 1 lU 5.'>' 1 10 5.51\ 55 1 10 . . e. . .. .. .
Landingson Dianatee River ................._.................................?..?......... .............. ... ...... ... ......:. .. ... .. ...., ...101.I I... ...... . .. ... *' ": .. .. .
Stations on J., St. A. & K. B.. fty.......................?....................._........................... ... ... ...... ..., ........ .1 ......' .....; . . . . .. . .
Palatka........... ............................... ......-............................--............-..............?.. 30 60 35 70 : 40 80 .JO 1 1t 80 40, SOl 1 .7 I .73I . .. . .. .. .. . .
t St. Augustine......... ..............................................?............................................... ... ._ ... -.I 1'' ... ...... ...; ...... i: "'1 ...... ... i ...... . . . . . . .
i Stations on J. T. A K.;: 'Y. Ry ...... ........... ..... .. .... ................... .... ... .......... ... ... ... ;, ,, .....; ..., .. ; .0. . . .
I. Landings on hakes Eustis and Iarrls.....................?..?...............?................... 42 85 47 95'I 521' 105 59,125,, i; s"1 i"M 52 I j'05 . . ... . .. .
Stations on South Florida Rallroad. ; .
From Belair to McKinnon, inclusive......................... .........?..................... ..... 40 80I 45 90, 50 100 50,1001, 50,1001;, 47 93 . .. . .. . .
!.J From Kissimmee to Acton, .......?.. ................. 4.5 90,50, 100 5.5:110 1: 55, 1 0 55 1 1 10 5 2 1 1 02 ., . . . . .
From Plant City to Orients, inclusive....................................................... ..... 50 100,15.,, 1 110 1 20 6QI20 601 120 i 51 11.> . . .0 . . .
From Winter Haven to Bartow, inclusive................?...................................... 55 1 101, 60 120 Fiil 1301( 65j 130 Ga 130 i b: I 1 2? . . : .. .}; . .
Stations on F. It. & N. Co. north of and including Ocala.............................._. 35' 70t 40 SO 4.)1 9Q, 4. 11 90< ;: I, 451: 9e I'! 42 I 8. I-: . .. ; . "- .0;. .. .
Stations on F. R. &. N. Co south of Ocala...-........................................._........_ :37 75 42 85 471 9.>!:, 47, 95 i I Ij, 9.'> : 41 l 00 . . . . .
Stations on Sanford A Indian River I. R- ....................?.. ............................. ... ...... ... I' ......,, ... ; ..... ... :, ..., ...... .j ... :I ......: . . . . .
Stations on Tavares, Orlando &:: Atlantic R.R....................?............................. ... ....... ... ......I .. ...... .1 l .. I .. I ...i. .. .. .i..... ,, . . . . . .
Gulf points north Talnpa............. ............................................................?.......... ...... ... ...... ....i I ..: ... ..... ''-I I ..... I ... ...... I I . . . . .
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CONNECTIONS. The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
I Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charge.

Double daily'fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. i The Car-toad Is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 400 Standard Boxes Excess of this
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior I a"" '111">t ,01 i hp ohflr:!wil f'n"' nrrt .-rItJl.
and Coast points, Including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one consignee.
Providence. i Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipment.
Tri-weekly connection New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving SavanI I will be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
nah 1londaysVednesdays and Fridays.: : transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage, however
Co. occasioned unless it be from negligence and that such loss must attach solely to the
Twice a week for Baltimore via the :Merchants and Miners Transportation leaving ; ,
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. ; company upon whose line such negligence may be located.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampshlp Co., leavingSavannah The charges advanced by this Line in good faith to connections at those points will not
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 of the consignee must be given for insertion In
Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
Balling days of Steamships are /subject; to change without notice.INFOR1I'ArrION Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
No single shipment taken for less than 81 to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Balti
r'OIt r-IIPPEI.1.S. more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged In addition the single package rates of con
necting 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 of the agent
lines to above rates. For further information, if needed, apply to Agents of the lines or to
The dimensions of the Standard Box for Vegetables are 8x14x22 inches, and the weight is C. D. OWENS. JAMES L. TAILOR: ,
estimated at 50 pound.. I Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga. Gen'l Freight Agent. Savannah Gao ,



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KISSIMMEE, FLA., -;;: '::T.;:';
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Agent for Pale= of Lots In 2 _

Kissimmee City West Kissimmee and '" .
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&- The Finest Town between Palatka and Sanford.

Rosalie. ''.t:: a.
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Also for Lands owned by ":i-'T. a -__ Finest Lands. Best Paying Groves.
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KISSIMMEE LAND CO., > -: w. a Least Frost North of Indian River.
Write for I information to14ly


Correspondence Solicited. FLORIDA RAILROAD LANDS.

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Special pains taken to select and suit views of buyers,either for settlement or Investment.
Town Lots,Orange and Fruit Lands,Cane and Rice Lands,Stock Pasturage Lands.
These Lands include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges, Lemons .A..Fl..I>1\I..A.1'W, .A.gen.-t,
,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane,early vegetables,etc. and are chiefly in the Countiesof
St.Johns, Volusla, Brevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hillsborough} Polk, Manatee and OFFERS FOR SALE
Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located m them during the'past
six months. Do not delay If you want them at the present low prices. LARGE TRACTS OF LANDSIN
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 toW1111am EVERY COUNTY IN

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dec8-6mos KTRSTMMF.E fTTY, u'R TT\ \..


E. R. TRA.F'JFOK.D. General Manner: .

90,000 Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida LAKE FRONTS.

Land specially selected for Oranges and Lemon
march 9-ly P. O. Address, JACKSONVILLE.
hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius often miles. Their high banks
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timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the
dividing ridge of the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the invalid.
Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating,fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for British Colony of Roxburgh ..
people of taste to acquire a lovely w nter home, where all the pleasures and comforts of our ,
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture -
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 NOW FORMING.
desirable locality in South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and up-
wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to improvers or settlers.
Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The

the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast high land in full view of the town is only 5 miles from the metropolis of the State, situated on one of the
ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange
groves,rich bottom land,perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of:JOO
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after lending railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville.
looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church, school saw-mill and all requisites
tor settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-
Address '
west.This -
Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter,Alachua and Orange Coun
ties,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It would J. C. ROXBURGH,
do well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before pur-
chasing elsewhere. nov2tf 8J West Bay St., Jnckronvillr. Fla.
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full particulars address, 2,000,00@ ACES LAND
BLOUNT & WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County, Florida.
G. M. MORRISH, Anclote! Hernando County,Florida.
J. E. LAMBETH. Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida.
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. FOR SALE B)
Orange County, Florida,or to
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager.San ford,Orange County, Florida.


Disston Land Companies.Florida I


Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange

Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,

Land and Improvement Co.
Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State or Florida. Price' 55' per acre, according to location.

A. & G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Co.
For further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka,Fla.

Kissimmee Land Company. I.. N. WML.KIE, CONANT9

Chief Clerk, Land Department. (tMep24yl, General ManageForwarding
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2,500,000 Acres of Choice Lands ,

for sale in East and South Florida] adapted to the cultivation of Tropical Strawborry ShiDDillR Mont, Fruit ann V CCtaB I Packin C .

Fruits, Sugar Cane, Rice, etc. -

PRICE, $1.tiG PER i\.OI I: L ND UP\V.A RD .

and Commission House S., F'\ A: \V. Il.Il. Wharf,

Where growers' supplies are on hand and for sale at lowest possible prices for

;" information andjcirculars: forwarded on application. Address cash or to our patrons. Every necessary convenipnce for packing Oranges

No. 305 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.: expeditiously! and in the best manner, by skilled workmen, at reasonable

Pine and Forsyth Streets, Jacksonville Fin. oc//> tf prices.novSOtfW. : ( Oranges direct from the groves for( sale by the single box or car-load


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ACRES : SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1886. 5.50 a. m., [[ESTABLISHED 1871.] ) 220,000 Trains will leave and arrive as follows: "
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STATION I .2 C z z i I jZ I( 2zti : : : : : : T MERCHANTS: : 'i
on each side of the -z () () (.)
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J South Florida Railroad and its I
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LeaveAM AMR.
Bartow Branch R. Wharf ...- ......- ..."'-I.-.j I '...-... ...-... 326 and SSJst North Delaware Ave., Philadelphia
J Sanford.._... 0 8 001_..... I 4 4510 00 8 20XBelair. Ian 22, tf. ,.1 J
......... 3 8 ......_ i 5710 10 8 a5 '
In the Counties of
t Longwood... 10 8 23 ......_\ 51510 25 915 EstubHshed 1871.. ;
r Altamonte_ 12 ........ 52510 3.3 938Maitland. ;
Orange, _... 15: 830........._ 53511045! 1010
i Polk, Winter Park 18 8 45,........ 5 7:10: : 55 10 MOrlando. G. W. SHALLCROSS & CO.
.......I 2 9 AM; 620'1115' 1135Kiss1mmee. ,
Ilrevard, r .. 40 9 O'll 5 'OJ 710,12: 05 I 15I

Sumter, I i I !P.M.i P MjHatnesCity ::FFi.crXr: .iN1 D :pFi.C: >:JLT cXEI .
and Hillfcborougli.J CHiIO 301 617 ..... .....m _...... ,
Bartow J'nc 68110 47'' 6 ;,371......_,......_ 350
Acresof Auburndale 721057, 6 bOl.. ..._:..._... 4 15 9-.1 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
r Lakeland..... 8.31125): ) 7 501......-:_...... 5 40
which Plant City... 9311; 15 8 20 ..... _:......_ 635Setrner Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
,I these. are NEWLY acquired Lands, _..._...10312 10( 8 ''........ ..._... 7 20 out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. June8-ly

j having been for several years reserved from Ar Tampa... 115112, 40 9 48\\"._".'."N". 8 UOj ----
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ESTAllLISI-J ED 1876.Commission .
" sale are now offered. N011T11 BOUND. ,

' These lands comprise all classes and grades H d .
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"I* of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak I I WG .o C III C b... C
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E Lands among the Backbone Hills in the fa- ,) (.) 5-0
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0'I I-F r:. Merchant and Forwarder
V mous Lake and Hill region of t e Peninsula.: ,

. Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas ofT Tampa.LeavePM........I I 0 2 00 ..._... PM 5 80 ..._...j I i A 6 30 M Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.

Seffner_...... 12 2 ...._ 6 05 ..._ 7 15 Branch Packing-House Waycross Railroad Depot Gainesville Fla.
table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak Plant City.) 22 2 30......_ 6 40 ..._.. 820 ,

Lakeland.. 32 3 ....... 1 30 ..._... 9 35 Or :Haerra:
undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine Auburndale 43 3 40 ..._... 8 00...._... 10 20 a :n. sos, OULS: ,
Bartow J'nc! 47 3 ro ..._... ...._ 1125 And other Fruits and Vegetables
{; Lands; Prairie and Marsh Lands set i in rich tHalnesCltyttlsslmrnee. 54 4 08,N....... 818., PM ...-... ,
I 'AM Ar L V
native grasses affording good pastures for .. 75 5 00 5 40 9 30 2 UO 130 ,

f Orlando..._... 93 5 45 6 35 PH 2 3 20
Reliable in all the cities of the United States.
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Winter P'rkMaitland. 97 5 :57,, 6 50 ........ 3 501 3 50 Correspondents principal

..... 100 ij 03 6 58 3 10' 4 10
thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee, Altamonte_ 102 6 10 7 10 _...... 3 25 437: <:;.reen.. Iemc: :is

Longwood... 105 618 7 ......._ 35: 515jBelair. RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE SHAPE.
Winter Haven, Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- ; ......... 112 6 30' 7 20........._ 3 50 5 40
Ar. Sanford 115Pembertoii :> 6 40 7 38''......_: 5 55 -
I land, Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and R. Wharf...., I _, 400, Grower S ii..:]7i : .es.
Have a full stock of Growers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
Dade City. Ferry Ilraiicl. *.-S.F. R.R.F'R'CF'8tl Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box in use. Beach
-- F'st F'stFt. (Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps,etc., etc., all ol
f For further information apply to Land De- l\1 :-' the best quality, and cheaper than the cheapest.
partment of South Florida Railroad Com- ti 19. 21. 20. 22. A- Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car

pany,Sanford, Florida.WALTER -zu: A.M P.M. Send for Oircular8 and Stencils. sep4-tf
o 5.15 5.40,Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.35 7.05 75

11 5.47 6.30 .........Owensboro......... 8.58 6.20 64
GWYNN 16 5.58 7.UODade', City_......... 8.48 5.58159
on 6.17 7.30:........._Rlchland._......... 8.30 5.20152) .
( Janl2-tf General Land Agent. 43 7.35 9.00'.Lakeland_......... 7.10 3.5032 w. N. JUSTICE

53 8.00 Ar ,..........Plant City........... 6.55' .......12'2.
63 8.2i 'etlher. 6.25.
f I W. M. LE WITII. F. C. SOLLEE. 75 8.55. ArrtveTampa.Leave6.00..I_ 0 Wholesale Commission Merchant

LEDWITH & SOLLEE, Bartow Brunei*.-Daily except Sunday ,

DEALERS IN I South Bound. No. 313: North Water Street, JPhllwdelplila.

f't rATIONS. y PaEl. Pas. Pas.
REAL ESTATE, =" No. No. &Ft 4 Large shipments remitted on day of sale, small shipments weekly"-a
p:: 13. 15. 17. ocl9.6m
Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, --- .- --- ---- -- --- -
i *. Leave..Bartow Junction..... 0 iO.50 4.00 8.20
,. Headquarters for Halnes City Property. Leave_...Winter Haven._..._... 511.05 4.15 8.40 A
Arrlve.Bartow ............._......;.17 11.40 4.50 9.25'
'i 120rth Bound.STATioxS. .

HAINES CITY. ; [Pas. Pas. PM. I'as.

.< -: I&frt No. &Ftu..
-- 4 I! 12. U. 16. '118.
IA.)[ P.M.P.M.'A.H., .
.,. Leave Hartow..................]! 0\\ 5.30: 2.-11)1), 7.0 9.u;
haven. 612 :t1fil 7.85:: :WJ);)

Arrive Bartow.lunctlonk7. (U.O; : .:tao. 7.50110.2"). !. s
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Healthy High Rolling Land with Saiifordsuid--- --<< << Imliuti River Itailrnatd. Ip,
Daily except Himay.. 'I i I 2Ti

Beautiful Lake Fronts. .z -l'as., Pits.-- 4WAI -

.., SGN't STATIONS. No. =" %
A j 23. : 2t.1 ,
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: This in u flare Opportunity to Purchase 7 O f I _
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\ 3 I ......_jFort H.eed......... 7.r1 ,,11
.. Lots on the Highest Tract 5 5.25..._. ..3Rutledge......... 7.15, It
1.7 ; 6.05 6..1.51? i ij
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Land in Florida.
of Tropical
t. Flag Stations. Trains No. 3. 5, wand! : CA
Dally except Sunday. No. 1 and 2 })all).
Trains :Oo..a,6,10 and 8 Daily except Sunday. / \
Haines City is situated half-way between Train No.3 stops at Lakeland for breakfast. /
..1 i Sanford and Tampa, and right on the :South Trains No. 19 and 20 Dally. Tralus No.21 ant
Florida Railroad. It is situated on the high. 22 Dally except Sunday. .
est land in South Florida-rich,roiling and Connects at Sanford wl Ih Sanford soul :In r '
healthy This excellent country lies to the dlan River Railroad for Ovideo and poluU OL
southward of large lakes which protect the Lake Jcssup! ; with the People's Line an0Deliaryttaya
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The Merchants'" Line of Sleumeiv
,J fact of the Indians having selected this section for Jacksonville and all intermediate points : >. D. KOOKK4. < OtiKKM.Corrugated .
on St.Johns River,and with Steamers for Indian ,
of country as a home demonstrates beyond -
a doubt that it is absolutely the richest I River and UpperSt.: Johns. O. D. ROGERS & CO.,
portion; since it is their aim, on accouut I At Kissimmee with Sterxmerh' Fort Myers
aversion to labor, to find the most fertile andBassiugerantl points on Kissltnmee river.

very tracts moderate; thus affording expenditure large labor.returns from a Railway Pemberton for all points Ferry North with Florida East and Southern West, MEE; .A. I... Ft C> C> 1'I1Vc;. ,:

Come and see this town before buying else- and at Bartow with the Florida} Southern Iron, Fire Proof Iron Shutters, &c., Metulic Building Supplies. ..
where. Railway lor Fort Meade and points South. ..
F.J. IIINSON, Through Tickets sold at all regular station State gents for E. Van Noorden &Co'e1YIETALIC
points North, East and West.FREDEItIC. $ HINGLI. ,
Haines City, Polk County, Fla. H. RAND, "
Send for descriptive circular, free. Gen'l Ticket Agent. 74 West Bay street,JACKHONvItUC i FIX

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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. Practical Experience Proves that

Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and THE CLARK'S COVE GUANO Co k

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest.

First-Class Passenger Accommodations. HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURESO
No Transhipment. "Ct S3- No Extra Handling. *fr*

Cabin Passage, $20 ; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, S12, ->!j
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The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from O enC I

Boston very Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows() : O O r*

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GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge..................................................-Thursday, January 28, at 12:30 p. m ci
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley ........_.........-....................Thursday, "February 4, at bW p. m .r.n O
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...............................?._..........,...Thursd y, February 11, at 10:30 a. m
CITY OK M.\C0' Capt. Kelley.......................................Thursday, February 18, at 6:00 p. m Q
GATE CITY. Capt. Hedge..................................................Thursday February 25, at 11.00 a. m = r
CITY OF MACON Capt. Kelley....................-......-................Thursday, March 4, at 5:00 p. m .8O
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge........ .. .........??..............................-Thursday March 11, at 9:30 M. m m
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 --
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.....................-........................ Thursday, April 1, at 4:00: p. m AR: THE BEST INI Uk E.
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge..........................................................Thursday, April 8, at 8:30 p. m
Prof. Isaac Stone, in his article on Orange culture in the trade edition of the Times-Union,
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia, Savannah, Florida tober.lS&' says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees.tbe CJark's Cove Orange-
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. Tree Food gave better results than any other used." Send for Pamphlet and fun particulars -
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the 8 H. RINc. Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. dec7-tf WIGHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER, State Agents.3BOTJ3R.S .
For Freight apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents, Savannah, Ga.
For Rooms and Tickets apply to -v\7JL.I..JL.A..1\I.: :: [ A.
sepl-85 HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G. S. Agent, 66 Bay Street. ,
(Successor to J. E. Hart,)

The Oldest Seed House in the city. (Established 1875)).
20 West Ray Street Jacksonville,

55 to 60 Hours I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free
betweenSAVANNAH NEW YORK on application. Also Wholesale Dealer In

Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat


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J. E. Tygert & Co.'s Star Brand Fertilizers.Guurantccd .

Steamship Companv. .Analysis.

( or,90 Meridian Time.) '

Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y Of!. MURIATE OF POTASH,' 'E x SULPHATE POTASH,

To or from New York, Cabin, f2>; Steerage, $13; ; Excursion (return trip),$43.50.
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC.

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Prices on application. July 27 U

TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher.......................!..................................Friday April 2- 4:30: p. m ;,.c""A_ .. __ .." ". ___ _- -.__--.. --___- _-. ..- -__._ .....__ -. -
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CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson...........................................Monday, April 5- 6:00: p. m ': "
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.........................Wednesday, April 7- 7:30 a. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine..............................?..............Friday! ,April 9- 9:30 a. m
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .......?........>.................?............Wednesday, April 15- 2:30: p. in USE H. J. BAKER & BRO'SEE
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickereon..........................................,.Friday, April 164:30 p. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. II. C. Daggett.................................Monday, A 196:00) p. m :
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.............................?.... ..Wednesday April 218:00 a. m CelebratedjORANGE
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton............?............................................Friday, April 23-10:00: a. m
TALLAHASSEE Capt Fisher................................ ......................Monday,April 26-12:00 n'n
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson,<....................................Wednesday April 28- 2:00 p. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett..........................?.,...Friday,April 303:30: p. m TR

[ Steamers do not carry Passengers.] MAN U R E. .
DESSOUG, Capt. r .?..._........ ..........................................._..Saturday, April 3- 5:00: p. m 1 ..i'I'.1'Wo:: ,, .7 1' ft:''' c '!': :;ngt'i.t': : :,;.._ titJ''I': ;>f
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett..........._..............................?.........?.._...Saturday, April 10-10:00 a. m
DESSOUG Capt. -......-...?..._......................?..................?...-Saturday,April 175:00 p. m
s JUNIATA Capt. Daggett............ ................._.......................I......Saturday, April 24-lu:00( : a. m IT WILL PAY YOU !


Connecting with the Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and Ammonia . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.50 per cent.
Offer the Sea Island Route. Available Phosphoric Acid . . . . . . . . 4.00 "
to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North, East and Northwest Potash . . . . ..... .-, .- ... : ,. ..... .... .. .. . i--5 .".
via Savannah. For further particulars apply to : Soda. . . . .1: . .. .. *. ... . . .. .'. . 2.00
HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL. Agent, : Magnesia . . . . . . . . . . . . S.oo .'
W. Pier L. JAMES No.85. North Agent River 13 S.,Third New York.Street,Philadelphia.City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. Lime . . . . . . . . . . . . . :,. ..
J. D. HASHAGEN.Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway,N. Y. This justly celebrated Manure has: len l thororghly trial (or years in Florida and ul way.*.
For Rooms and Tickets apply to \\'I til til. best rrsuii;.. It is n.) t'.uo.etiral: Fertilizer,1>ut one \\hich has Mood the
aug 183-ly H. R. CHRISTIAN, Gen'l Soliciting Agent,66 Bay street. tent for years, ami if j>i..pi'rly! tis tl l C'HiIIH' tail tn nj-iy: its cost many times o\er in the increased -
.- -. .--- -- yield of Oran;:.:, g.:-i.crai iioalih ui.u ru..,id i,;'i o\r"t ll of the tree.
- It is, and always hats! been the same superior Fcrtili/cr as when first intrnduced 'years ago,
and we guarantee it- quality will he susiaim-il in the future as in the past,as we do not
propose to cheapen it by the introduction of any inferior and lower priced sources of Ammonia,
Our ORANGE TllEC luiiur i<, Securely packed in barrel of 25Olb]
Send Tor desc!'ipti\e pamphlet to

POWDER P.] McQUAID, Jacksonville, Fla.,

is highly absolutely concentrated.pure and IIIf1L- Where a full supply of it is constantly on hand, or to
1 ounce is worth a 1U
of any: other kind. It strictly: a medicine to be d ven with food. Nothing on earth will make hens lay lika
it. it cures chicken oholeraand all dir ' mall free. Sold everywhere or sent mail for 25 cents in stamps 91-4 lb. atr-tight tin cane $li
by mall f 1.8O. Six cans by express,j, id.for S5.OO. DR. I. t& JOHNSON &: CO.. Boston. Alass. Win. L. Freelatid & lo.,TavarclO, Fla. ury lIer. n. MHtxiarlii r la.


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