The Florida dispatch

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The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title:
Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Florida Dispatch Line
Creation Date:
May 17, 1886
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Agriculture -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
30.294444 x -82.985833


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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enough to admit of driving a mule or'' allowed to ripen up. Rambling canes on every farm, and could be collectedin
Vine( and 7/ine. team of horses under. As the vine should be pinched in and tied up, and the towns at a small cost, and mightbe
grows the arbors are gradually extended the general care and treatment should substituted for muriate of potash inmaking
-------- until the entire area of the be much the same as other kinds. compost of bone, muck, forest
CULTIVATION OF THE SCUPPERNONG yard is covered over with arbor; and Thus it will appear that we shall I leaves, etc. Another, and perhaps the
This species is peculiar] in that it when the foliage is on, the space belowis have circulation of air, sunshine on all least expensive source of all is green ;
will not affiliate! in any way with any scarcely ever penetrated by a ray of sides, and what is especially needed, stuff, such as cow-peas, buckwheat,
of our native grapes, either by bud. sunlight; the air-roots dangle from the the warming sun-rays penetrating the weeds, and what not, planted specially,
roof made by the arbor, and the scene soil and stimulating heavier root feeding or growing wild along the roadside and
ding, grafting, or hybridizing, but
presented is one of weird gloom. The and a greater consumption of pot- in the fence covers and waste places.In .
seems to be in quite different relations canes are never pruned, except so far ash and soluble plant food adapted to case cow-peas or buckwheat are
with the V. Vinifera, and Dr. Wylie as it prunes itself by means of the tendrils the development of the saccharine planted in the vineyard for fertilizing
succeeded in obtaining some quite.valuable -.. encircling the canes here and element of the fruit. This is a very purposes, they should be plowed in as
hybrids, Scuppernong Nos. 4 there and choking them to death ; important consideration, and wholly soon as they reach full size and just as"b''
and 5. It is remarkable fact that these die,decay, and fall to the ground, lost sight of under the prevailing sys the grain reaches the soft milky state
a forming a perennial litter of rotten tern. The grape in its wild stute is too preceding the ripening period. After
with the exception of Dr. Wylie, no wood and rubbish. acid and deficient in sugar, and the efforts -: plowing under, a liberal supply of limeor
experiments have been made lookingto The fertilizing is accomplished usu- of the cultivator should be di wood ashes should be sown or scat-
the improvement of this grape, and ally by hauling leaves and rotten wood rected to reversing this order as muchas tered broadcast over the soil. One
that the variety in cultivation todayis from some near-by woodlandthus giv- possible, viz : building up the sugar, caution is necessary to be observed in
the that first discoveredmore ing a superabundance of nitrogenousfood and thus relatively reducing the acid. planting for green fertilizer, viz : no
same as ; but, as a rule, no thought is ever The effect of cultivation, and especially ; seed should be allowed to take root .
than one hundred years ago. It given to the fact that potash is requiredfor judicious fertilizing, upon the Scup I nearer than four feet from the vine.
has always seemed to us that experi- the proper development of the fruit, pernong is yet to be determined. Dr. Well rotted stable manure is valuable,
ments should be, made to reach a higher and especially the saccharine elementin '. A. Goessman by treating a native but should not be used in a fresh state.
quality? in this grape by crossing\or : wild grape with phosphate and potash, The scarcity of this kind of manure,
hybridizing on the vmifera, or both, I it.But we were about to give our viewson so increased the proportion of sugar to in the region of the Scuppernong,
and we trust that the present year will the question of cultivation, and we acid, as to produce a grape as sweet as would seem to direct the attention of
see some progress made in this direc- have spoken of the prevailing system the Concord. Muriate\ of potash has the planter to other sources for his
tion. only to make our condemnation of it been found the most effectual sweet- main supply. But we have said
There has been discovered in Flor- the more pointed. Now, our plan ener. If we were to compost a due enough on this point to show that
ida, during the year 1885, a new-species would be something like this, subjectto propor i-r'**" this chemical with ground every vineyard proprietor should makea
((V. Munsoniana), which seems to modification controlled by soil, alti- bone{tim mo 1t, ten wood leaves, etc., study of the question of fertilization,
be allied to the Scuppernong, and tude, and other conditions: First, we (that has usually been thrown on in a and not only with reference to quality
which most likely will be found to hy- would plant in rows ten to fifteen feet crude state) and apply it as "completemanure but with particular regard to what he
bridize with it. This will widen the apart, and the vines thirty to fifty feet ," together with our system of desires to produce in his fruit. One
field for experiments. Any way, we apart in the row. The canes shouldbe cultivation, we feel morally certain thing should be set down for a fact,
are opposed to letting the Scupper- trained on a high trellis, not less that the saccharine of the Scuppernong that potash in some form and in reasonable
nong run wild another hundred years; than eight feet in height, carrying the would be so far increased as to yield a quantity must be present in the
it is about time it was caught and arms out each way on a series of wires must weighing as high as 80 on soil to insure a reasonable degree of
tamed, and if some one of the many fastened to strong posts, placed equi- U chle's scale. Under the present sugar in the fruit.
thousands of Southern farmers who distant from every two vines;;with one system of cultivation and fertilizing, Having now opened up the whole
cultivate it does not undertake the at each end well braced. The canes the must seldom weighs more than 60. question of cultivation: of the Scuppernong -
task, we shall,, consider it take it in hand and see what can be wires, and should be pruned and bandied significance of this fact. It bears taken up by those engaged in the in-*
done.At I like other varieties, except that directly upon the quality of hiM wineas dustry, and that we shall have an interesting -
the first step, therefore, we will they should be given "room accordingto well as upon the cost of production, and instructive correspondence -
lay before our readers our views on their strength." I and has an important relation to his upon the subject.-Vine and Fruit
the cultivation of it as we find it now. The cultivation should be"clean culture I success in marketing his product. Grower.
The methods that have heretofore pre- ," namely, plowed with a light There is another point we would liketo ---- ---.-- i
vailed through the Southern States ate plow, and the weeds kept in subjection mention in connection with this A New Species Grape..and the Scupper-
not. calculated: to reclaim it from its by the cultivator, and the soil loosenedup subject, that is the matter of homemade Dong. a
wild state, or to improve its quality) about the trunk by frequent raking t I fertilizers for() this gran. e. The Recently I have identified a distinct :
and it is scarcely to be wondered at with a garden rake or pronged hoe. most( valuable fertilizer produced oil the species of grape, first discovered in ; I
that it is deficient in so many respects This should be followed up until the farm is hard wood ashes ; this article Florida by a Mr. Halsey, about.-1830,
as a wine grape. It is planted! thirty berries are well advanced in growth- may be got in greater or less quantity and sent to Rafinesque who described .'
to fifty feet apart in rows, and the past midsummer-when the cultivation it as follows. ,: ;
canes stretched on arbors built high I should cease, and fruit and wood Report, l& 9-SO.of pp.Massachusetts.3t7-t. Hoard of Agriculture Vilis Floridana. or peltata (Raf.),.,. 'f',

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Grape.Petioles short and the best to my taste of the lot. All tion well. It competes with Curacoa Ageing Wines.

smooth ; leaves drooping, ovatecordate varieties of this are entirely free from and other alcoholic, aromatic bever- It has been noticed that wines, especially -

acute (in outline) ; base sub pel- : every form of disease affecting other ages of Southern France and Italy. when hard and acid, are improved -

tate,split acutely, lobes approximated ; I species.-T. V.: Munson Dennison, Tex. Delicious white and pink orange in flavor by the of an
i passage
teeth all round large, acute incised, [As to what is a species or what a cordials are made in the Greek Islandof
electric them. The
straight sided. Surface smooth and mere variety among grapes, there will Cephalonia.The current through
green on both sides ; beneath nerves be a difference of opinion even among .04 electricity is claimed to have the same

reticulated prominently, with bearded eminent botanists. In regard to this, Scuppernong for Wine. effect as age, mellowing the wines by

axillas. Leaf very small one and one- it is enough to say that few persons The Scuppernong is a very profitable the decomposition of the bitartrate of

half inches long,by one broad ; petiole. have given such close attention to the grape, and makes a delicate wine. potash.

half as long as leaf. The prominent study of the grape as Munson, and The fruit lacks sweetness, although it *-.-. .
net work of nerves beneath, instead of his views will therefore be received California Protests Against Adulteration
tastes quite sweet but-this is becauseit
veins, as usual in other species, is pe with great respect by botanists gen The California viniculturists are
culiar. Fruit unknown." Gardener's has so little acid. I had my vine- Federal
Monthly for May. seeking legislation to protect
Since Rafinesque's time this specieshas -- <---- yard killed by a freeze some years ago them against the adulteration of wines,

remained unobserved, or else con- Rapid Increase of California Vineyards. after I had made a wire trestle over it. and a bill has been introduced in the
founded with V. rotundifolia by bot The of vineyards devotedto
acreage You prune it safely after you gatherthe
House for the taxation of all com
anists. Even Dr. Engelmann seems to wine-making in California in 1880, fruit, and I believe that the Scuppernong
sold wines that
have had no knowledge of it. pounds as are not
Recently Mr. J. H. Simpson, of was about 35,000 acres. The increase will some day be pruned as made from the pure juice of the grape.

Manatee, Fla., an excellent amateur since then has been very rapid, and other kinds. t fOld

botanist, has re-discovered it in Man\ now numbers 132,000 acres, of which The Flowers is a wonderful grape Vines.

atee county, Fla. I last year received 50,000 are in bearing. Three years for wine. It is so rich that the wineis If you have an old grave vine that
leaves of it from Lake Jessup, Fla., yields poorly and has seen its best
hence will be in
100,000 bearing
unless dilute the
but took them to be of V. rotundifolia, rough, you juice days, cut it off close to the ground,
till lately, having received fruit from which, taking the average yield of heavily.-James E. Saunders, before manure heavily, and let it throw up

Mr. Simpson ; I at once saw we had 400 gallons per acre, would give a Agricultural Society of Georgia. two new leaders, and the followingyear

an entirely distinct form, though grand total of 40,000,000 gallons. you will see that it is as good as
allied to V. rotundifolia. The Bogus Raspberry Wine. vine.- Home.
closely There is every reason to belive that a young
cluster is about the size V. Through an examination on a chargeof .
same as ro --- -------
this is rather within than over what -
tundifolia, the berry only one-third to violating the United States internal
one-half the diameter, with skin thin'ner \ the actual result will show. France
laws at defendent
revenue Syracuse a
and tenderer; seeds small, one- has an acreage of 6,500,000, but the ploridiana.FLORIDA : .
under oath stated that he manufactured
third to one-quarter the size in bulk of average yield per acre in good yearsis -
V. rotundifolia. Fruit more acid only 200 gallons. California winesare raspberry wine under the follow FOR ENGLISHMEN.An .
with much less pulp. Wood warty ing formula : sixteen gallons of water,
coming into the markets of the Englishman Replies to Certain Strictures -
and tendrils simple as in V. rotundi- forty-eight pounds sugar, one pound In the Manchester Examiner
folia, but the cuttings as tried by Mr. world to stay. The new vineyardsare tartaric acid, and some aniline, well Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
Simpson, grow very easily, while thoseof constituted of the choicest Euro- Somebody has sent me the Manchester -
stirred in wash boiler
an ordinary
V. rotundifolia will scarcely growat pean grapes, and the future productswill up ; Examiner of the 9th February
add a small quantity of violet root
all. It seems to be confined to the
i be above and
beyond competitionwith the short
southern portion of Florida. Mr. and a pint of alcohol, and the rasp- containing following leading

Simpson finds this species common in the European, except perhapsthe berry wine (?) is completed. Truly a articleYe
Manatee county, while the V. rotundi-- grand Chateau wines.-Wine and have of late heard a good deal
delicate mess.-Wine and Fruit
flora is not found. The two speciesseem Fruit Grower. about the State of Florida; glowing
to blend into each other coming -..,..- Grower. accounts have been written of its cli-
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northward from the Manatee River. The California Vintage of 1885. Grasshoppers. mate and of its social life. It seemed

This makes the number of species of "It was at one time thought," says Several of the vine-growers in Cal- that the most delightful position on

American grapes, worthy of such distinction the San Francisco Journal of Com- ifornia have the successful earth was to be an orange grower in
sixteen, and puts two species merce, "that we would have 25,000,000to reported & the Southern State. Florida and
into the warty wooded, simple ten- 30,000,000 gallons of wine this year. clearing of the vineyards of grasshoppers orange culture became the rage with

driled group, instead of one as hereto- And so we would in the ordinarycourses which were destroying the vines, the people of Northern America.

fore.Just of things on account of the by mixing arsenic and cobalt with They emigrated in large numberssome -

at this point let me make one large numbers of new vines that came moistened bran. One vineyard reports merely to escape the severity of
point clear as to Scuppernong and into bearing this year. The frost, the Northern climate, and others to
mixture follows
Muscadine\ or rotundifolia grapes in however, that came along in the spring success by a as : settle down for good. Land was

the South. Generally it is understoodthat has nipped our hopes in the hud, and Middling thirty-five pounds, bran bought up with extraordinary rapid-

when the term, or phrase, Scuppernong all that we can look for is about the twenty-five pounds, one gallon of cheap ity. The development of the State

grapes, is used, that it appliesto yield of 1884; that is to say, fifteen syrup, arsenic twenty pounds, mixed was amazing to those who rememberedits
all cultivated varieties of V. ro- million gallons of wine. The win of quite soft ; one tablespoonful to a vineor jog-trot progress prior to the disturbed -
tundifolia. The unguarded use of the this year will be notable for its good tree. period some nine or ten years

4 term, as in Mr. H.V.. Haveners "His- quality, as it will be extra dry and 4 ago. It turns out, however, that
tory of the Scuppernong Grape," have a larger per cent. of saccharine A practical grape grower has come here, as elsewhere, all is not gold that
wherein he says. "All the cultivated matter than in any other year. A to the conclusion that the grape vine gliters. Since the beginning of the

Scuppernong vines now in existence I great deal of the wine of 1884 lacked should not be cultivated, nor the }present year the climate has shown a
; are parts of that original vine found this, the result being that it had to be painful likeness to that of places in
of wood stimulated later than
in North Carolina !" leads to confusion fortified artificially to come up to the growth the North. The cold has resembledthat
;I unless this is to apply purely to that proper standard. July first each season, as late cultiva- of New York,and has done wide-

.. variety very commonly called Amber ; ----- -.- tion retards the growth of the wood spread damage to the orange crop.
then he is correct. Scuppernong is How Orange Wine is Made in Sicily. and the ripening of the fruit. Mulching But this is not all. If reports are

one of the common names for this l\Ir.Ioreau de Saint Mary's recipe: is recommended instead of hoeingfor true, many of the people who have invested -
class of grapes, along with Muscadine Boil the peels of forty oranges in ten their money in land, find that
1 as another. However, it would have quarts of water until the water tastes keeping down weeds. The mulch they have been grossly swindled. They
avoided the danger of confusion if Am- strongly of the peels. Add twelve should not be applied later than June have paid substantial prices for prop-

ber had been used, as it applies to no quarts of orange juice and thirty-six first. erty that is to a large extent worth-
I other class or species. There are other quarts of sugar. When cold pour intoa Scuppernong 4 Wine. less. It is said that some of these
varieties of this V. rotundi- barrel leave the bung out duringthe have
; species ( ; cases are as outrageous as ever
The New York {Dine and fruit
folia) in cultivation, all or nearly all fermentation, which lasts forty been known in the history of land
of which have been found wild in one days, and keep the barrel bung full ; Grower remarks : "If the Madeira speculation in the United States, and

and another of the Southern States. then close the barrel and let the wine Islands (whence come all our pure that is saying a good deal The resultis

Pee Dee is another of same color as settle for two months. Two days before Madeiras\ ) were to sink into the sea that the Florida craze threatens to

;I Amber, but later. They are not Am- bottling add a small handful of some fine day we could quickly replace decline. The cold snap might have
ber, but of a dull rusty! yellow. Thomas orange flowers to give fragrance to the been regarded philosophically as a
their wines
Flowers andTenderpulp, all black, wine. Orange wine improves with age by drawing on our vagary of the weather to which all
are other varieties favorably known and acquires the taste of the Malvariaof Southern vineyards for supply of countries are more or less liable. It is

and largely cultivated. Flowers is the Madeira. It bears transporta- fine old Scuppernong." a more serious thing to find that money



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paid for land has been thrown away. ture was between fifty and eighty de-,( so far as the orange is concerned,south from down the coast by steamer and .

Confidence is sadly disturbed by sucha green, and that there were only two of the line of the South Florida rail- sail. The season is late, and conse.

revelation. Of course there is plentyof days on which it froze at noon. road.-ED. Dr PATcH.e quently good prices are maintained
good land in Florida, but of the Also : That there were eightyninedays Besides the supply is short, which enables -
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indirect Affects of the shaking of con out of one hundred and twenty, on STATE ITE m,,,. prices to be kept up above the
fidence is that sound property will which the minimum was thirty-five to ordinary.

for some time at least, be depreciatedin fifty degrees, and that there were only Sixteen new cigar factories are be Apopka Citizen : After all the fears
value." in the whole ing built at Key West.
eighteen days period, or
expressed, with good reason, the Flor-
Considering what has been said rather eighteen nights, on which there Tobacco and castor bean crops are ida orange crop now promises to be

about Florida in American papers was any frost. receiving the especial attention of Jefferson very fine-as good as possible for a
lately, I am not surprised that any No flake of snow was ever seen, county farmers.A season curtailed of its proper lengthby
editor; in England should form an un though there was some near the cityof the prolongation of the winter.
favorable impression of the State. Mexico\ and some in Cuba, both of stock company is being formedin "the
None is
There has been some very hard writing which events, as well as the six nightsof Orlando to carry on the business ofa "say orange
an uncertain after the severe
down of Florida in frost had in Florida foundry and machine shop. crop
especially two sharp we are tests it has passed through the past I
New York papers, and one motive for things that come about once in fifty N. C. Motley, of Orlando, paid five winter. I

this writing down has been the dislikeof years. And now that Florida has thousand dollars, last week, for a va-
proprietors and agents in some of had its week's freeze, what is the result cant lot of 30x100 feet in Tavares. The average temperature for San-
the newer Northern States to see that ? The orange trees are buddingin ford for the month of April was 66.1,
Hillsborough Times, April 22 : The which 3.6 cooler than it
Florida was absolutely drawing away all directions, though numbers of was degrees
proprietor of this paper is quite busy the month for the last five
persons who had only recently settled very young trees are killed, and one was same
this week and his
1n the North. Another motive was in good effect of the scare is that very gathering shipping years. In 1883 the mean temperaturewas

connection with some business pique of many people are growing or planting Irish potato crop. 71.8; in 1884, 69.9; in 1885, 71.0.

the proprietor of the paper, which is other beautiful fruits as well as From three to five hundred crates The mean barometer for April was

not worth further notice. oranges. Groves that were just oran- of vegetables leave Micanopy daily. 30.020. There were nine rainy days,

As to land sharks and swindlers, of ges and nothing else, are having They consist mostly of beans, cabbage, and 6.00 inches of rain fallmorethan

course they abound in Florida, as they added to them figs, Japan persimmonsa and. Irish potatoes. four times as much as fell in
do elsewhere but it is beautiful fruit April, 1885.Sorrento .
perfectly easy to ( wonderfully ), Captain C. A. Sheldon has received
avoid them, and there are plenty of peaches, which grows splendidly, official information that he will be Press: The fruit crop of
honorable agents, who will act as fairly pears, grapes plums and many other pointed postmaster Gainesville on the coming season, aside from semi-

by their clients as the best Manchester plants which will in a few years show May 22d, vice Judge George J. Ar- tropical fruits, has been much bene-

commission agents, and that is sayinga what the country can do, for it must now, whose term will then have ex- fited by the cold of last winter. Mulberries -
deal. be remembered that the has
good region pired. have never been so plentiful
As to the climate and the past winter been so undeveloped until a few years and the peach and plum trees are now

; all climates are subject to unusual ago, that many of its capabilities remain The steamer A. J. Lane makes covered with nearly full grown fruit,

and unexpected variations. The past to be found out. daily trips around the lakes Eustis and and promise a large yield. Orangetrees

winter appears to have been unusuallysevere What is called the Florida craze,, Harris, picking up passengers and are setting their fruit and while

all over the northern hemisphere.You which is really a bona fide convictionof freight, and Captain Walker reports some varieties are literally covered

have had bad weather, deep snows the many advantages the State possesses vegetables in abundance and of good with blossoms others show scarcely any

and much cold in England and even is by no means dying out. quality. bloom. The crop will, however, come

this month in Vienna ana Paris, there Settlers are steadily coming from the Alachua/ldrocate: Over three hun- up to the average of the last few years.

have been days so cold that people North as well as from Europe. Prop- dred barrels of cabbage have been

have been frost-bitten, and as to the erty is rapidly rising in value, and shipped this spring by W. N. Sheats Tampa Tribune: Mr. F. O. Benton,

winter in New York State, which our nobody has been so frightened as to from his vegetable farm at Rocky of Los Angeles, California, has bought

Florida winter is supposed to resemble offer to reduce his estimate of his prop- Point. His entire crop will amount to property on Lake Thonotosassa, and
; there have been in that State days erty when it is for sale. And whereis over one thousand barrels. will put out a grove. As Mr.Benton is

and weeks with the thermometer below the wonder that this should be so ? a large orange grower in California, it

zero, railroads blocked with scow, and Besides the records of temperature, Pine Level Times: One of the mer- certainly looks encouraging that he
tremendous and destructive floods. I kept a record of the weather which I! chants here had to tear down his stepsto should sell out his interest there and

What our winter in the neighborhood was as follows : keep the hogs out of the store. Tat- come to Florida to engage in the same*

of Jacksonville has been, may be Bright days, 82; showery days, 28; tlers, gossippers, scandal mongers, cur enterprise, which State he thinks offers

gathered from the following figures, cloudy days, 13; rain all day, 4; 127. dogs and emaciated razorbacks are better opportunities for the cultivationof
which are copied from a careful daily Thus nearly two-thirds of the days about to take the town. the fruits of the citrus family than

record kept at my house, without any through the winter have been bright, Some of the largest strawberries seen the one on the Pacific coast. He will _

pretension to exact scientific accuracy, in fact almost cloudless, and the whole in Florida have just been grown upon bring his family here and locate per- 'I

being kept simply for my own inform- season has been like a remarkablyfine the truck farm of Judge Cessna, a manently.

ation, but perfectly reliable as far as English spring from March to. short distance from Gainesville. Theyare Palatka News : A cyclone has struck .

they go. The thermometer was hung June, with perhaps double the sunshine known as the Charleston variety. Florida. We thought we were outsidethe

under a veranda, ,with northern ex- and the sun rising at seven and Thirty-five of them will fill a quart cyclone belt, but the gale that

posure, and was about six feet from setting at five o'clock on the shortest measure. passed eight miles east of Kipsimraee,

the ground, and quite sheltered from days The climate like the country Orlando Record: Uncle Jake Sum- on Wednesday night last, leaves us in
the sun. quite all that I expected, The Orlando
surpasses merlin that the beef market in doubt on that subject.
Degrees and there are thousands of people in says Record it was a "regular cyclone,"
1 day Maximum was. b7 Cuba hag not opened, notwith- says
9 . .. England who would think
they were
days" .. 80 to 85 one hundred yards wide, and in its
15" .e .. .. 7o to 79 standing the reports to that effect. He
r 19" .e oC. .-. .. .... .. 701o74 in Paradise if they could be inducedto knows he has large herd of cat- power terrific; and 1 pine trees were
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17" (j-tol ICJ their lives in mines
> .. exchange or mowEd down for distance. The
l'lJ1 11 II .. . 00 to 64 tle, and would be the first to take advantage a long
au" to 59l21 worshops, for the Florida life in the house of John Sullivan was torn to
II '. :: .. .: A of it.
5" .e ...... 45 to to 54 50 sunshine, to say nothing of the ease pieces and the lumber carried a great
2" ".. ...... ..40(045 with which they could become possessed As soon as the Florida Central rail- distance. No one was injured, but the
... ... ..
2" II 't ...... .. .. 25 33' to to:6 40 of a property which would road track is changed to the standard furniture was scattered in all direc-
make them perfectly independent.AN guage, the Monticello branch will be tions. Old settlers say that it was the

121 2 days days.Minimum was...... ... 65 to 70 ENGLISHMAN. laid with steel rail, the route fenced in most destructive storm in South Flor-
6" 44 4t .. (GO to 01 Jacksonville, Fla.,May 10, 1886. with wire, the branch train removed, ida for a quarter of a century.
.I.e 44 .. .. 55 to tf)
In the account of all the main line will
foregoing and trains
reading on
21" 44 44 ..... .. ... 50to64 Mr. J. H.
16" 44 4i . 45 to 59: the from the freeze run by that place. Monticello Constitution:
danger ,
89{36" 44 44 ..... ... 40 to 4. Bond has a ten acre field of oats that
16 II 'a .e. ..... ... :U to 40 it should be borne in mind that Jack- Palatka Daily News: The big
:'. 9" 44 44 ...... .. ., 301032 will measure an average of three feet.
3.. 44 . ob- wharves now being erected by the
If 25 to 30 sonville, where our correspondents We are indebted to Mr. Abe Simon
: t 3" 44 44 .. .... 20 to 24
3 II .a 44 .. .. 15 to 18 servations have been made is in the Florida Southern Railway present one fur a sample bottle of wine, manufac-
of the liveliest scenes to be witnessedin
tured from cultivated andgathered
1days.From extreme northern part of the State. grapes
the State, and when they are completed by him from his vineyardnear
6th November to 13th March.
Further South the trees suffered less, Palatka will have one of the ''
A few town. It is clear as crystal and
of records were missed on account in fact the cold seems to have been best and most substantial, as well as represented to be an excellent article.
absence home.It .
will be seen that on one hundredand ( graduated according to latitude; going the most extensive wharf in the State. it is an evidence that this country is

two days out of one hundred and southward the effects are less and less Cedar; Key Journal: Vegetablesare well adapted to the cultivation of the
now coming forward quite freely grape, and that they can be utilized to'r"7
twenty our, the maximum tempera. apparent, being scarcely perceptible,




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advantage. Last season Mr.\ Simon cence of the Deity in a source of com- 1''shortly before death. The chances J ded sass from Adelaide.-Field and

sold upwards of $400 worth of the mon communion to men. >are he will be gloriously] ] swindled. Garden, Adelaide, South Asutralia.

fruit and made many gallons of wine. And yet Florida is not a paradiseat We propose to ventilate these frauds. .... ..---

He takes great interest in his vineyard, all times, nor are its people exempt "We've got 'em on the list."-Ocala Potato Soil.

and finds it profitable. The grapes are from the consequence of much maliceas Free Press. For potatoes I prefer a well-

the "Delaware" and "Concord." practiced by designing and unprin- ---.-- drained gravel soil, which has had a
characters A Good Living to be Made South.
Clear Water Times: If we had cipled everywhere. Thereare of
recent application vegetable matter.
poor lands in Florida in abundance For two years past the writer has
planted a few more mulberry trees we
-almost been told that hardto Unctious soil makes potatoes.The .
the livings
don't think the hard times would have as plentiful as sage plains, good are
reflected so brilliantly from our lean alkaline, and gumbo of Dakota. And be made in Southern Georgia and typical prairie soils illustrate this

countenances. The cuke .siness will there are bunko shops and steerers Florida. To show the fallacy of such fact. It is almost] useless to plant

here, as in Chicago, ready and waiting statements let but two instances be
begin to decline from this time, but tomatoes over a high and retentive sub-soil. ,I
for whom they devour. And submitted. An elderly gentlemanand
are now going forward and for may
such last
planted an acre on ground
the next month, the vegetable businessis while these, regular as the season his wife came seven years ago
blockades from River and, as I expected, did not get a
expected to be more lively than ever. comes, prevail, blizzards are Michigan to a place near year

There is within a quarter of a mile of known, and sections of cyclone remindmen Junction, in Florida. Having spent quarter of a crop, and it was poor at

the Times office an abundance of iron of their wickedness, there has all their living for drugs and doctors, that. It Would have paid us betterto

come to Florida, once in fifty years, a yet without goad results, they bor-
ore on top of the groand. The public buy potatoes. Another patch upona
of frost sufficient the rowed $50 of friend and
season to impair a came to
erable road passes extent.over The a solid prospect bed of is consid-splen- orange crop in half its usual return, Florida, settled on a homestead and freshly turned sod, in warm gravel,

did for u large crop of guavas next and cause whirlwinds to arisethroughthe went to work. They soon regained returned a heavy yield of most delic-

The shoots which have press-on the rigor of the region. their health, paid back their borrowed ious, smooth tubers. A similar patch
year. young
come from the old roots are making a But from out of it all there come con- money, and they have now a home, adjoining this, but upon which pota-
tinued increase and prosperity, and together with a variety of fine fruit
will be
rapid growth, quite large toes have been grown successively for
Florida known for its superior excel- worth at least $1,600.
by next season. lence everywhere. No land is more An Irishman without a dollar came five or six years, produced a scabby

Fort Meade Pioneer : Huckleberries inviting, nor is opportunity equally some twentyfive years ago to the then crop.-Prof. L. H. Bailey.
and the will
are ripe crop be wild ---.-.
presented elsewhere for men of modest country now known as Haw-
abundant. The stock of this sectionis Potatoes.
means to establish themselves and en- thorne, Fla. Marrying an experienced
in really fine condition, much of it joy the comforts of life. Such is the working woman, he started on less than Southern people are not only grow-

having already fattened sufficiently for conclusion of all who properly deter one hundred dollars. The widow now ing more of our common potatoes, but
beef the native Colonel
Bradford on noted grasses.of mine the region, and he who would in- owns a property worth nearly or quite eating more of them than formerly.
a grower fancy cattle vest in a country should first visit it. eight thousand dollars. All has been
in Leon here the other They have acquired a liking for this
county, was
Florida will stand every such test, and made by dilligent, honest work and
day, and expressed considerable sur vegetable from No them immigrants,
in such conviction
puts out in broad kept by economy. Can sane persons
prise at finding our cattle in so much and also the fact that it will succeedin
letters to the world : "Come and see !I" contemplate such examples and yet be-
better condition than he left them
at 4 lieve and say that Florida is not the their climate. The high lands of
home. There is of
a piece corn PAPER TOWNS j place in which good livings can be Tennessee and
Kentucky grow more
miles out of town that is now nearly
We've Got 'Em on the List." made. Failing here, they need not
ready for table use. It was planted of this crop than any other sections,
There is Marion try elsewhere. Grains and
one thing vegetables
about the first of January, and would
though early potatoes are shipped
has to contend with, and which, at the fruits in almost every variety can be
have been ripe by this time had it not
same time, is greatly tC) her credit. If grown all through the year, and not a northward from points all along the
been for the unusual amount of cold
it were not generally known that Oca- day's labor need he lost from inclement South Atlantic coast.-Boston Culti
weather this One
year ago la is the centre of the weather. These facts
orange growing togetherwith vator.
James Benedict of this place had six .
belt of Florida, Marion\ county would the consideration, that little fuel -----". .. -- *
teen strawberry vines from which he .
not be seized upon by a lot of soulless and only light, inexpensive clothing u Endive Celery.A
raised enough plants to set out a fifth speculators. The fact that they oper- needed, give to Florida decided ad- kind of celery that grows in dense
of an acre last fall. He has sold from
ate here shows more shrewdness than vantages over those living in colder I tufts like endive has appeared in
this small the
patch to time
up present commercial ? But in the interest regions. With industry and
integrity economy France. The leaves
$83.90 worth of berries, and will run are so numerous,
of the actual residents of this every worker will prosper, and the
the amount to at least: $125 before well and grow so thickly together, that they
county ; in behalf of the honest men being of communities and States
the end of the season. Strawberries if will be shade the leaf stalks and the plant is
who are trying to build up the State assured.-The South. ,
rightly managed will bear in Fort .. .
honest thus ] It could
by methods; as a proper cau- -- -- -- -- blanching. prob-
Meade\ continuously for six months,
beginning with January, and the man tion to non residents who are investing ably be aided in this by tying a little,

who can't make $500 per acre on that money here the the Free land Press swindles protests Vegetable .:rden.Grow or placing a board over as in endive.
against numerous
; '
here ought to emigrate. Gardners'
crop Monthly.
that in this -------- ----
... are now being operated -
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your own Vegetable, and Fruit. .

Ashley D. Hager, a staff correspondent Swimming on the tide of Florida's The man who occupies laud, owns Wood HatH.

of the Chicago News, has lately I material prosperity, there are a ]lot of horses, plows, harrows, and possessesall By a new process of manipulation,

been and this is what he "wild cat" speculators who hope to the requisites for the cultivation of hats more serviceable and finer than
among us, reap a reward from the credulity and fruit and vegetables, and neglects to
in the market are madeof
says : enthusiasm of people at a distance and grow them, is "worse than a heathen," anything now

Florida has more seacoast than two newly arrived immigrants. Paper because he "does not provide for his wood pulp. They are imperviousto

other States, and is correspondingly towns are the favorite method of rob own household." If he wants prooflet water and not wanting in flexibil-

fortified in harbors and established in bery. There are today a dozen towns him study sacred writ. The farmer ity. It is believed that felt hats will

commerce. Many of its rivers are in Marion county without a single in- does not need to cultivate with the have to take a back seat as soon as

properly arms of the sea, penetrating habitant. The owners of these towns spade. His vegetable garden wouldbe
these hats be
a country diversified in all products, have no interest in Florida except to in a long strip, so that he could new can placed on

the worth or wealth of which there is get money by fraud. Such schemes as plow the subsoil and then break down the market in sufficient numbers to

as yet but little conception, and des- these are doing Florida more harm with the roller, scarifier and harrows. supply the demand. They are cer-

tined to form a first factor in the revenue than any number of freezes could pos- The hoe would do all the after weed- tain to revolutionize the hatter's trade,

of the nation. Established in pibly do. DeWitt, Parkersburg, ing. Even the orchard and vineyard as they can be moulded into shapeor

every civil attainment, occupied in Silver Springs City, Danbury Colony, could be mainly cultivated with the any

flourishing cities and towns, intersected Grant Park, Marion City, Chatfield, farm implements, because the ]land be- style desired, and colored to meet

by railways, abounding in all nat- or "Catfield" or "Ratfield," or some- neath fruit trees should never be dug the taste of the public. They can be

ural means of commerce, fortified in thing of this kind, being notable in- over, but only harrowed, and then made to represent a glossy or nappy

greatly diversified means of produc stances. We have never heard of a have some farm-yard manure spreadon appearance.Daily Democrat.

tion, and peopled by 350,000 inhabit- single inhabitant in either of these ) the surface. How much does it --- --.-. -- ---

ants, it marks its progress accordingly, places named. There are some new cost to provide a home of six people Do not divide the colonies until

and stands without a parallel. Its towns in Marion county that do not with potatoes and onions alone for a after they are strong in numbers and

climate is heathful and inviting; the belong to this class. But the towns year ? But why should not nearly have commenced preparations .for

region known as the sanitarium of the named above are, in our opinion, every farmer have heaps of vegetables

world; the locality popularized by strictly paper towns and any who buys and fruit of his own growing ? Four swarming, and then only with caution.

gatherings from the remotest portionsof lots in these places ought to go in very years ago the majority of Yorke's pen- Too many colonies are divided to

earth; the refuge afforded a benefi-I young. He might realize on them insula farmers had to get their gar- death.-American Bee Journal.




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tious, there still remains opportunity I i nearly all of them before their arrival.

Ciro'te and Orchard to try the remedy of Mr. John S. Fitz- {Sericulture. The Secretary of the Board is also distributing -

hugh, of Texas, as detailed in Home eggs to those who have trees

NEW INSECT ENEMY. and Farm. He says rub the bodies of American Silk Culture.A fir them. An effort is being made to

the trees with common soft soap,slightly correspondent at Philadelphiawrites introduce this industry into prisons, orphan -
A New Depredator Among the Orange
Trees. Mr. Hubbard Suggests a diluted with warm water. This, on : Clarence A Halt & Co., who asylums and other institutions,

Remedy. his own discovery that the curculio received the government contract tor whose inmates profitably
beetle does not fly into the trees, as may pass
of the Grand of the
flags Army their time in a light employment requiring -
believed but that it crawlsup
I send by this mail a box contain- generally ,
ing leaves from a grape fruit tree infected the trunk. This should be done Republic, have purchased from the attention rather than labor.

with an insect which is doing about the time the trees are ready to Woman's Silk Culture Associationone The Old Ladies' Home and the Val-

considerable, damage in this vicinity, cast their flowers, and to meet the appearance hundred and thirty yards of lejo Orphan Asylumof San Francisco,

the leaves become yellow and drop of the young fruit ; but it is American flag silk, manufactured for have signified their intention of en-
off. What is it? J.: L. WALLACE. by no means certain that the beetle is
them Mr. Richard Rossmassler of
by in this
gaging occupation.
it the
Orlando,April 30, 1886. not constantly depositing eggoin
Editor FLoRIDA DISPATCH: plum as long as there is green fruit Philadelphia; of pure American silk, ,

The leaves sent by your Orlando upon the trees. If so, the fruit yet raised by American women. The ac- Silk Culture.

correspondent are dried up and the unpierced may be saved if it is true tion of this firm in receiving, at good The Woman's Silk Culture Associa-
that the insect crawls the trunk instead -
depredators are gone. I have, how- of flying. up market price, the silk prepared by the tion, 1222 Arch street, Philadelphia,

ever, received from Maitland fresh association, shows their desire to util- has published for distribution a pam-

leaves the diseased Drying Figs. ize into the channels of commerce and the of this in-
showing same appearance phlet, showing progress
should be turned to better
Figs account -
as at Orlando, and these are legitimate business the product of dustry in America. The object of
than at present in all portionsof
infested with a plant-sucking mite American silk culture. The chief this Association is to give interesting
the South where the trees be
of the of the Silk
very similar to the common "red difficulty women employment to those of meagre in

spider" which is so destructive to made to produce abundant crops. Association has been in finding an come, especially women, who would
Here is what a California paper says outlet for the first of the industry
product -
green house and garden plants. The undertake the new industry. The

habits of this mite are new to me, but about drying figs: and passing the cocoons into pamphlet gives in a succinct form the
The new and better methods of dry-
it is evidently a very destructive pest. ing and packing figs have already commercial silk ; but these difficultiesare progress of the society's work of a

""The mites and their eggs are found on brought some benefits to those who passing away, and former preju- philanthropic character. There are

the underside of the leaves and will practice them. Formerly the black dices are going with the difficulty, for now over three hundred and eighty

have to be reached by spraying from figs were simply dried and packed as the association proves that the silk factories and mills in the United
loose in sacks-poor both in looks and product is good and offers it at market
below. An States million
ordinary syringe, or ; manufacturing over two
We with
taste. are acquainted a fig
straight jet, will not accomplish this; raiser who adopted this year the meth- rates, the manufacturer accepts the dollars worth of raw silk per annum,

,I there is needed a flexible tube and od to dip the dried figs in boiling salt inevitable. Legitimate business will offering a fair field for profitable home

nozzle like the "cyclone" which sends water for a few seconds and immedi- lead men to accept even conditions production of the raw material. Those

the spray at right angles to the line of ately pack and press them. Accord- they object to, when no loss to them- readers who are interested in this sub-
ingly, this year's figs brought him selves is entailed. Thus the
hose. Thomas Lounds of Crescent cocoons should send for circulars
ject, as
three times tho former and
price, now ,
outfit if raised in American households in small above and read the little manual
City, can probably supply an makes his fig business highly profit- on
it cannot be had in Jacksonville. able. By properly pulling and press- quantities and reeled by the associa- silk, just issued by the O. Judd Com-

Kerosene emulsion wiih two or ing the figs, the prices could, no doubt, tion are now passing to Messrs. Brai- pany.

again be doubled. nerd & Armstrong at the rate of from .
three of added to ----- --- ------ --- -----
ounces dry sulphur ... .
each gallon of the wash may be used Mulching Fruit Trees. thirty to fifty pounds of reeled silk
monthly, and a ready market is found Japan Chestnut.
as a remedy. A strong solution of P. T. Quinn, in the N. Y. Tribune,
The introduced chest-
with the firm of John & James Dob- newly Japan
whale oil with will also
soap sulphur, that he mulches fruit trees, and
nut to be fruit of
promises a great a
of and the Gris-
son, Philadelphia,
be effective. lime made
Sulphurated from the 1st to the 15th of July putson
value. The chestnut is of the
wold's Mills, for all waste silk. Mr.
by boiling together one part sulphur, and salt litter of kind
hay ( any most nutritious of fruits. In parts of
Hart is much with the
two parts lime, and ten parts water, forest leaves rotted weeds so pleased flag
straw, or ,) the Southern States it has been found
he has written the
silk that to
will undoubtedly kill the mites but
to the to the
spread so as cover
profitable to reserve tracts of native
will be the facturer to make inquiry about a special -
not likely to destroy
eggs extent that the roots spread out. An
chestnut timber and to fence them in
order instead of the order
Whatever remedy is used two or three
early crop of something may be as feeding parks for swine, in which
abroad. The association
although a
applications will be needed, owing to
planted before mulching. Let all the will fatten and
they rapidly cheaplyand
Philadelphia institution, quietly doingits
the impossibility of exterminating the
vegetation which is of no value else- make the sweetest and best of
work, has made little effort to de-
The should be
eggs. applications where be left to rot on the ground and As fruit for human
fend its position or show its work be- pork. a consumption -
made at intervals' not
exceeding one worked into the soil with a small plow holds
the chestnut
fore the public, but is glad to make a high place,
week five days would be safer if the
; running shallow. No deep plow
very and a large quantity is imported from
some of its and of the
weather is report progress
warm.I ing should be allowed in an orchard. for this A of
purpose. grove
gradual of American silk
hope the orange growers of the .4
chestnut trees is quite profitable as an
infected district will stamp out this An Old Trec. product by American manufacturers.

new enemy and not allow it to spread An exchange says : "The orange The association is preparing a circular apple orchard, and the Japan chestnutis
tree at Versailles, known as the Great of general informationshowing the proved to be the best of its kind.It .
to other portions of the State.
Constable, is nearly five hundred years I is as hardy as our native species,
result of its use of the portion of the
Very truly yours, old. It was planted in 1422 by El- and the fruit is of better quality than
HENRY G. HUBBARD.P. eanor of Carlisle, wife of Charles III government appropriation passed to it
the European kinds. It is a small
by the Agricultural Department
of Navarre.
of readers whose
S.-Any your bears three old and the
tree, at years ,
of the work
trees show leaves If our memory serves us, the Great,,I the gradual progress
turning yellow along
nuts are large and of better quality
or Grand Constable died several I under its supervision.-Bradstreet's.
the veins, and dropping from the at- yearssince
than those brought hither from Italy.It .
at the advanced of four hundred
tacks of this mite will confer favor age
Silk Culture In California. is a handsome lawn tree, and its

by sending me fresh leaves enclosed in and sixty-nine years.Cucumbers. There is a growing interest in silk moderate size and habit of growth fit

a tight tin box. H. G. H. culture in California. The State Board it well for this purpose. As an or-
Fla., May 6, 18S6.
Crescent City
*-*-4 An Ohio experiment in managing. of Silk Culture has imported several chard tree planted for profit, too, it

Plum Curcullo. .*. cucumber vines showed that there was I thousand rooted mulberry plants from promises to be of great value. It is

As it is during this season of the no material difference in the product,,I Italy. The plants arrived in good order as easily grown as the native kind and

year that this scourge of the delicious whether the vines were pruned or let t and were immediately distributed, I succeeds well on a sandy loam soil.-

plum commits its greatest depreda- run. requisitions having been received for North Carolina Farmer. -

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as some of mine are affected, will you : fowls in the proportion of seven and a best stock of fowls we have ever met
Poultry: kindly either send me the note of; half grains per head each day, has with in our experience. The Poulterer
: them, or republish them in your next'; been successfully used in Europe.As says that he has seen four eggs of these
i isssue, and oblige, respectfully, !
WYANDOTTE. yours this there Minorcas which would
J. L. W. I a complement to was weigh a pound.
The Wyandotte is destined to be- St. Augustine, Florida. :I, added to each quart of drinkingwater "Last fall" says the Poulterer, Mr.
come one of the most popular fowls We do not recall the article to I a solution of fifteen and a half Fultz "sent his entire collection of this

among the farmers, and combine manyof which our correspondent refers. :! grains of Salicylic acid in three and variety to Florida to rusticate and
the practical qualities of the well Gapes in chickens is the result of para- '., a half ounces of distilled water. The breed during the winter, from the re-
known Plymouth Rock. They are sitic worms. The existence of these acid/ was for the purpose of destroy I sult of which venture his birds came

very plump.and meaty, and small in worms is quite as certain as the exist- ing the embryos which might be home this spring with whole combs- t

bone. They make extra nice ten- ence of a chicken. Its life-history !'! present in the drinking water. leaving behind them a large flock of I

pound broilers at eight weeks old, anda from the egg, occuring within the : In our own limited experience with chicks, which are there being reared-

tender juicy at three months. Mature female. the trachea, to the mature : this disease we have never failed to and as they are non-setters, the throwof

males weigh eight and a half form containing it in the same location, destroy tie worms and relieve the eggs this season (rather two, count-

pounds ; females, six and a half is known, and has been fully given, fowls by giving them a small piece of ing a Florida winter) will be some-

pounds. They have rich yellow skin and illustrated under microscope, that gum camphor. thing unprecedented in the chicken

and legs, which are very desirable its abundant presence occasions the Worms expelled by diseased fowls line."

qualities for a market fowl. Having disease known as "gapes" is beyond coughing will be picked up by other Now, if Ohio poulterers can succeed

small rose combs, they are very hardyin question. fowls thus imparting the disease by transferring their stock south for

winter, laying well through the Various remedies are suggested, directly. The epidemic of gapesis the winter, why cannot our breeders
coldest weather, producing a rich which have proven more or less more commonly propagated by exceed them for continued cultivationhere
brown egg. They are black and white effectual in removing the trouble. food and drink contaminated with ?

color, and nearly perfect in form, The use of the horse hair loop or eggs or embryos, the birds themselves -#-.-.

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First prize breeding pen of Wyaudottes at Madison Square Garden,.New York City, February, 1886, bred by A. C. Hawkins, Lancaster, Mass.
making one of the most attractive varieties feather as a mechanical means of removing -I, when infested with the disease being I; New Use for Feathers.
Quite valuable industry is now
the lawn. This breed is I a
on the worms is the most com- the source of an abundant emission of carried on in France in the utilization
purely American in origin, and we mon method in this country. In using eggs of the parasite. On this account, of the different kinds of feathers for-
predict for it a bright future. Mr. the "feather remedy" the vane is fowls affected by the disease should at merly treated as worthless, especially
Hawkins is a very extensive breederof stripped from the quill, leaving a few once be separated from the others I those obtained in plucking ducks,
this and also of fine ; chickens, turkeys, and those of wild
variety, Ply- unbroken webs upon the smaller end and confined until recovery. Birds
fowl and birds killed as
mouth Hocks, having taken many of of the shaft. The bird being secured, dying of the disease should be buried ; plan pursued consists in trimming

the leading prizes at the largest exhi- the webbed extremely of the feather is deeply, or better still burned. The ,| these, particularly the larger ones, off
bitions. His extensive poultry farms introduced into the windpipe. It isI I entire brood should be removed to the stump,which may thrown away' ;
cover over four hundred acres, raising then twisted around a few times and new quarters and the old enclosures 1 the plumes being then made use of in '.
from 5,000 to 8,000 chickens annually.He withdrawn. This plan often succeeds thoroughly disinfected. the manufacture of a feather cloth or
*-+-. blanket, which the essential
ships large quantities of eggs for admirably, but is more effectual wben possesses
OHIO POULTRY WINTERED IN i, quality of being exceedingly light .
hatching purposes, and breeding fowlsto the feather is previously steeped in FLORIDA. !:Lat the same time very warm. The "I
all parts of the world. His poultry some medicated solution which will The Mount Vernon, Ohio, Poulterer, plumes which are separated from the 1
establishment is the largest in America destroy the worms. A weak infusionof makes mention of a stock of "Black '> stalks are placed in a bag, closed. i
tobacco is suggested for this pur- Audalusian or Minorca" chickens \ tightly, and then subjected to rubbing ,'.'
between the hands, as in washing j j'c1oths.
GAPES. pose. Powdered assafetida with an belonging to J. J. Fultz, of that place, In a few minutes the fibres 'j jl
You published some time since equal part of yellow pulverized gen- i which from the description are simply l are by this means separated from each 'j j
some remedy for the gapes in chickens; tian, mixed with the paste fed the 1 the old Black Spanish, which is the other, and form a perfectly homogene- < J
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ous and very light down, applicable, pursued, in any of the industries struction of the black mangrove, our in this section, copied from the Enter-

by simple operation, to the production ,suited to the climate. Each family or main honey product. It is to be hopedthe prise Herald is incorrect, as several of

of quite a variety of coverings and individual who has had two or more palmettoes will yield sufficiently us have many more than reported.

other. household objects at a reasonablecost. years experience in the State, can bountiful to give us a surplus over and Honey has come in very slowly hereso

look back and see where they were above the requirements of the bees until far this season, but prospects are

A Cure for Roup. out both time and labor many times the mangrove again yields a sur- getting better now. Yours, &c.,

The following from the Poultereris the cost of a good agricultural paper.In W. S. HART.

the best proscription for roup in no branch of industry has this plus.As the DISPATCH has a large circu- -- -e- -- -
\' a Honey Cell is Filled.
chickens that we have noticed : "Fourozs. been more apparent than in apiaculture lation in this State, and many of its Dr. C. Spencer gays in the Indiana
best Sweet Oil, and twenty drops in Florida. Northern apiaristscome readers are in possession of more or
Farmer "In
: observatory one
says my
Carbolic Acid ; mix, shake, and inject less bees would it be
to the State with the idea, not interesting to hive was built against the glass, and
into the nostrils with a small syringeor they can only get rid of their winter compare notes from different localitiesin that afforded an excellent opportunityof
spring-bottom oil-can, a few dropsto natives the State the of
losses they will astonish the by as to progress apia seeing how bees deposit honey in the
each bird once a day, with soft feed the rapidity with which they will mul- culture, the sources of the honey flow, cell. First,a bee deposited a thin coat-

to keep the bowels open. This cleanses, tiply their colonies, and secure a large and items of interest pertaining to the ing of honey upon the base of the cell.

heals and disinfects.. surplus. This is all very reasonableto apfary. In this manner the depart- The next bee that came with honey
raised the lower of this film of
Prescription for ItIl Up. suppose when the absence of winteris ment of the DISPATCH pertaining to up edge
honey beneath; the next did the same,
Procure two ounces each of carbolic taken into consideration, and the the apiary can be made'interesting, and this film acted as a kind of dia-

acid and glycerine and mix them fact that there are but few days in the and in the absence of a journal spe phragm, keeping the honey in the cell.

thoroughly. Bathe lightly the sores year when bees are not able to fly. cially devoted to the cause in the When the cell is f full enough to be

and ulcers and eyes, and swab out the These natural advantages, togetherwith South, can be the means of advancingthe sealed, the bees commence contractingthe

throat with a soft rag tied to a small the statements that bees can apiacultural interests of the State, opening with wax, until they have
only a small hole in the centre, when
stick. Give soft food, and into the gather honey every day in the year and the information of the readers of they appear to take one little flake of

water provided for them, which shouldbe appearing in various northern papers, the DISPATCH. wax and put it down over the opening.At .

fresh every day, drop a pinch of are misleading and calculated to do 4 any time during the process of fill-

copperas just enough to make the much harm by causing the readers to COMB HONEY. ing the cell, the honey could be with-
drawn with a hypodermic syringe and
water rustylooking.It anticipate much more than they are Artifieial Production Impossible.I "
diaphragm left hanging the cell.
likely under ordinary circumstance to that in de- --- -- -- -e- -- ----
hope Apiarian
is a fact that a dust bath i is the your
Successful Trap for Bee :Moth.
best treatment for hen lice. It is the realize. partment you will make an effort to
Mrs. L. Harrison Illinois
Were the conditions in Florida the an apia-
correct the false idea that much of the
surest, safest and cheapest. It must rist in the Prairie Farmer
same as in the North it would be dif referringto
be and and of it. comb honey on the market ia a manu-
good dry plenty
ferent. Our humid climate the a new device for the protection of
prev- factured article, and that the bees
Sand is often used but is
very poor "
bees the moth 1
alence of the insects such against says : can-
liked as musquito never had anything to do with it. It
material and is all
not at by
this wonderful
hens. Ashes better than sand hawks, moth worms, and large red is impossible to imitate the work of not recommend piece of
are no ,
ants in localities render mechanism, which is furnished with a
many queen bees successfully in this matter and
the oil
of the of the
use same drying
tank of water to drown the millers in,
for almost
feathers and the skins. Hens profit impossible. I the whole matter came from a "scien-
injuring In the of New the but I can put in a word fora trap thatI
vicinity Smyrna tific pleasantry" (as he calls it) of
better than dust bath.
enioy nothing a .
of comb is attended have used for years with success, and
production honey Prof. Wiley's. I will give fifty dollars
with risk to the is not patented. It is called the Ital-
some owing humidityof for any specimen of comb honey that
f.parr( the climate, which causes it to sweat, was not made by bees. Please to impress ian Bee. A tea-cupful of them will
; the combs in hive. The
crack and at times become before protect a
r sour on the minds of all lovers of
it reach market the honey produced by these bees seldom
can a by pres- pure honey who have access to the
BEES IN FLORIDA. becomes infested with their moth afterit
ent method of Muchof ,
transportation. columns of your paper, that granulation -
Editor In you FLORIDA issue DISPATCH of April:12th the edito what has been produced has been or candying of honey, instead of is removed from the hive. I should
received New York in forget) these pest entirely if I was not
rials "Bring out the facts" and "How I at a damaged being an indication of adulteration, is
condition, and is purchased by dealers of adulterated reminded of their presence by the
you can help us, are strictly to the a sure proof purity, as

point and if followed by the contributors who cut the comb into pieces, place honey will and cannot granulate.At patent catchers.- -e-____ _
them in jars and bottles and fill the North Bee .
to your paper, cannot fail to up American Keepers Improvements.No

be of great advantage to new arrivals, with glucose syrup. Convention, held Toronto. Can- branch of farming has! shown

who propose making Florida their While the quality of our comb honey ada, in September 1883, the following more practical progress in cheap pro-

future home. when properly protected against dampness resolution was adopted : duction than bee keeping. Good clear

There is nothing so conducive to I is not called in question, it is but "Resolved, That we as individualsand box honey is now sold at a profit for

the welfare of a new settler in this I proper to state to all interested the as an association, do all in our fifty per cent less price than wild honey

State, as a well gotten up agricultural possible condition in which it arrivesat power convince by precept the and that by practice, to bought twenty to thirty years ago. A
public granulated
journal, with an intelligent and relia- its destination. The foregoing are honey is natural, wholesome and desi- successful apiaculturist will take one

ble corpse of contributors on the vari some of the difficulties that will be met rable, and that granulation is a fine strong swarm, and by fall have fouror

ous industries pertaining the localityor with by the apiaris' All can be suc- test of purity." five colonies from it, and all with

State. But few families locating in cessfully surmounted by due care, and When it is known that this conven- honey to spare. By the old system of

Florida from the North, have any apiaculture prove a source of profit in tion was composed of one of the largest natural swarming,only one good swarm

idea of the different culture and treat-. almost any locality in Florida, espe- companies of skilled bee-keepers and would be hoped for. If a second or

ment required to successfully raise an cially where bees are kept as a side honey producers, from nearly every third came they were weaklings and

average crop of any Florida product, issue in the production of honey for State and Territory in the United not worth-saving.. .

and if governed by knowledge acquired home consumption. To most of the States, as well as most of the skilled Bee vs. Fruit.

in other localities than Floridaor !', residents of the State, the late cold apiarists of the two provinces of Can- The raisin growers of California are

adjacent States are liable to meet I wave of January has disarranged their ada, it will be recognized that the waging war against the beekeepers .

with reverses that were unlooked for. calculations, and the result is to compel statement coming from them is a reliable under the absurd idea that the bees

This in a great'measure can be avoidedby t many to practice habits of strict one. Granulated honey is destroy the grapes. A suit has been

sending in a subscription to the: economy to weather over the present easily liquified by placing it in tin and commenced against an apiarist pending I

DISPATCH whose columns are open to season. We, on the east coast ofT 0- setting the tins into hot water, when it which two hundred colonies of

the inquiries from its patrons in regard lusia county, have but little to com- will be found superior to new honey. the latter have been destroyed by an

to the proper course to be plain of, save the almost entire de- The report as to the number of bees incendiary fire.


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Despise :Not the Little Things 1 UICIIES MADE A BLESSING.In WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO.
Vfhe Moridn jjisgatch. I
I 9 Bill Arp tells how when his fatherwas these days of agrarianism and Boston Journal: One of those
-------- --- --- ----- --- ---- ----
making a big thing of cotton, his outcry against the rich, it is re- heroines ot" whom the world hears
::: JACKSONVILLE, FLA., MAY 17, 1886. but little lives
-- ---------- -- -- -- ----- -- -- mother how wealth near Lexington, Ga.
quietly used her leisure in cul- freshing to notice may
1IZ1-=-A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. Her name is Sallie Hansford. H. r
tivating silk worms in small way, and ,! honor the possessor and prove a bless- husband has been bedridden with

Vick'g Magazine for May succeeded so well that her husband ing to mankind in lifting up the lowly rheumatism for nine years, and she

Is, as usual, in the height of the finally adopted and made the pursuithis and benefitting the poor. The new has had a family of four children, two

printing art, and well filled with inter- principle business. Senator from California is one of the boys and two girls to support. Last

esting reading for the practical fruit, Before the war a farmer near Pa- i millionaires of the Pacific coast. His year she bought 107 acres of land
much of it original forest, and with
flower and vegetable gardener.Rhodes' latka owned 160 acres of land on wife, according to the lady correspondent the aid of her two boys, fourteen and

--- which he farmed. At the close of the ; of the Picayune, is a small, dark, fifteen years old, cleared five acres.
Journal of Bunking for April
. war his wife was a widow without 'almost Jewish-looking woman ; no She cut down the trees, rolled the logs
Is with valuable for:
replete matter means to work the farm. On the more style to her than there is to my together, split the rails built the fence
the. banker. and business man, and in and burnt the brush with their help,
place was a single orange tree that old shoe, but wearing elegant clothes,
teresting to all who seek informationupon and made last year nine bales of
had grown without care or attentiona rather cold and stiff in her manner, also and fir
corn enough
finances, current comments, etc.Calcined peas
i o mere accident or incident of the and yet evidently a woman of a strong her own use, paid 800 pounds for rent

'jyi&t Humus. occupancy of the land. This single mind and much shrewdness and abil- last year, paid her store account, and

Editor Florida Dispatch: uupruned tree after the war in a sin- ity. She has an inside life of which paid $40 on her land. She has boughther
Will the DISPATCH give its readers
meat for this and paid for it.
the formula for making "Calcined Hu- gle season yielded one hundred and few in the world dream or know any- In addition to this year she has done the

mus Fertilizer G. M. fifty-four dollars and fifty cents, whichwas thing at all. She is immensely rich, cooking and gone to market with eggs

Our correspondent should apply to paid her by Col. H. S. Hart for and she has more young men being. and chickens.

W. W. Hicks, of Fort Mason\ Florida, the oranges on the tree to fill his orders educated at college at her expense, I There is another somewhere near
who manufactures and, we believe, for fruit from the north. Thus this more young girls being educated Waldo lives a woman who at sixty

originated this new fertilizer.-ED. neglected tree became the dependenceof abroad and cultivating their talents at came to Florida. poor and with an invalid .

DISPATCH. the poor widow, giving her more her expense than perhaps has any husband bought forty acres of

than the entire farm beside. other woman in America. She is con poor land for $50 of the Railroad
Coming South.
As a whole, the South is looking Colonel Dancy, venerable fruit stantly helping some young man cr Company, and by her own industry,

grand and promising. The North is: 'grower of Orange Mills, relates that some young woman to become self- energy and economy, made it worth

his fruit garden was the result of no supporting-is on the qui vive, as it I twenty thousand dollars in ten years.A .
full of men waiting to go South, and
calculation on his part and a mere incident were, to discover talented young ones finer fruit and vegetable gardenand
they are making preparationsnow.
of his wife's taste and leisure whom she may help. These thingsare more productive and comfortable
More than this the surplus population -
hours, but ,when he resumed control of never talked of by Mrs. Hearst, homestead cannot be found in the
of the East is beginning to
his place after the war, this garden and to look at her, with her cold, unsympathetic country. And there are thousands of
think of the South
as an objective
became his sole dependence, and but face, her bright black just such chances open to men and
point. The South is infinitely a
all the South.
for which his family would have suffered eyes that hardly seem to light on you women over
than the West and .
grander country -- ----
whenever you can get home migra- privation from the ruinous effects long enough for recognition, she is the Chinese.

tion turned toward the South, the for of the war. last woman in the world you would The Pacific Mail Company have

eign will follow it.-A. K. McClure. The fruit and flower gardener, the select as being engaged in so noble raised the rate of fare to China from

poultry yard, the apiary, and many of and unostentatious a work. twenty-five dollars to fifty dollars.
English Sparrows.
Under the old rate several thousand
the smaller branches of productive \Ve are glad to know that Mrs.
Apropos to the present war upon Chinese returned home, while the last
English sparrow, Henderson's HandBook industry while affording recreation for Jiearst: is not alone among the weathy steamer under the new rate took out

and children be madea ladies of the In all
the women may country. our only twentyfive.This .
of Plants says: nearly all
safer reliance than the Northern cities and the is another
frequently throughout example of Pacific
the large cities in this country, since
the introduction of the English spar more prominent branches of agricul-- country, there are hosts of ladies who injustice to the Chinese. Offer the

tural industry. spend their own and the riches of their greatest inducements to come in, andas
in seed there
row, though part a eater,
-.-*- husbands in mitigating the sufferingsof soon they become useful in pro-
been a marked absence of the measur- The Pine-Apple
ing worm, rose slug, and other cater- the poor. Indeed, but for the rich moting the industry and wealth of the
The pine-apple is a dear lover of
pillar-like insects." \ the colleges and benevolent institu- country force them out at the point of
... sand, and thrives better in the sandy
-- -- tions of the country which now open the bayonet, and then charge them
:Mr. Aghmead'g Appointment.It soil of the pine woods than it does in
their doors and provide so freely for double fare to get back to the home
affords us great pleasure to an- other. It ought to be fertilized
any the necessities of the less fortunate from which they were enticed.
nounce that Mr. William H.Ashmeadhas before the
shortly rainy .
every year class, would be few and far between, 4
been appointed by the Departmentof season sets in, and at all times kept the Mills Going to the Wheat Jblelds.
and country wholly dependentupon
Agriculture, Special Field Entomol- scrupulously free from weeds and The Northwest Farmer a dominion
taxation for the higher educationof
ogist in Florida, with instructions to has that that there hun
grass. Experience taught paper, says are nowone
the people. No, wealth is not a
specially investigate insects injurious to cotton seed meal is an excellent fertilizer dred flour mills in Manitoba and the
crime, much as agrarian demagogues
"garden crops." Mr.\ Ashmead was for this plant in sandy soil. It denounce the rich.Bridging Territories, and at the present rate of

for several years one of the editors of contains the particular kind of plant ) S4 increase that number will be doubled

the DISPATCH and is well known it the St.Johns. in five the mills
food which the pine-apple requires, years, as must come to

throughout the State as a gentleman of will not dissolve or wash through the The completion of the railroad from the wheat, and the most improved ma-

culture and ability, as well as a pro- sand, it decomposes:: gradually throughthe Palatka to St. Augustine leads the editor chinery at that. Customs duty is no

ficient entomologist and author of an rainy season, and sets free for use of the News to remark: "A ferry hindrance if our people find they can

excellent work on the "Insects of the of the plant its food during its periodof will do well for awhile for transferring do better in the States, for they know

Orange." Mr. Ashmead's investigations most active growth. It costs $30 passengers and freights from the new what they want, and have the money
roads on the other side of the river,
are to be directed toward the in- per ton delivered on the bank of the but the time is not far distant when a and enterprise to get it.

sects injurious to the garden crops, Caloosahatchee and should be appliedat fine bridge will be necessary, and of So, too, the manufactories must come

and will undoubtedly prove as inval- the rate of one ton per acre per an- course it will be built." to the cotton fields, the iron and coal

uable to our ,gardeners, as Mr. Hubbard's num for the first two years and after mines, the forests and fruits and fisheries
that in double the quantity.Home Born Tired. of the South.
researches have been to our orange
and Farm. This is the kind of weather that a -
growers. The State and the De- ----. .. fellow wishes that every other day was i The "Conscience Fund" at Washington

partment are to be congratulated on A Dakota stockman has been prospecting Sunday, so that he could take a rest. begun in 1827, now amountsto

Mr. Ashmead's appointment. near Corinth, Miss. -Palatka News. $220,000.,352 .





"-'. ." ..... __ b_ __ ,_ __ __ __ ______ u_
.,' -. -
);r The Duty on Itice.

; ]V! JlIl\e 8. Rice planters, as well as those whose BULL'S SARSAPARILLAN

__ fate interested in
,. ---- Iq depends on sugar,
"_ I Fruit and Vegetable, Market the new tariff bill. Fraudulent entries THE LIVER DYSPEfSIA
Secretes the bh and acts like a filter to Variable appetite; faint, gnawing felling ..
FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE, : of rice have so long been permitted. cleanse of the blood. irregularity wind in the
: JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 14, 18S6.} imparities By at pit of the stomach, heartburn,
QUOTATIONS: that an effort is again being made, in its action or suspensions stomach, bad breath, bad taste in the mouth,

Beans, per crate. .. .. .. . . ;((1@125 of its functions, the bile poisons the blood low spirits, general prostration. There is
Cucumbers, . . .. .. 2 00<@# 00 principally by our Third District mem- causingjajndcet sallow complexion, weak no form of disease prevalent than Dyspepsia -
Tomatoes, .* . .. . . . 2 50/<(&4 00 more
Squash, . .. .. . . 25' 50 ber, Hon. Edward J. Gay, to preventthis. eyes, bilious diarrhoea, a languid, weary and it can in all cases be traced to
Beets, .. . . . 25@ 50 feeling, and many other distressing sympan enfeebled or poisoned condition of the
.;. ,. Cabbage, per barrel.. . . 2 OOfiH 50 The brewers, who are large toms generally termed liver troubles. These blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by cleansing
. . .. .. 00
Potatoes, prime 00@7
inferior. . . .. 2 00(100 consumers of foreign rice, of course are relieved at once by the use of BULL'S and purifying the blood, tones up the diges-
SARSAPARILLA the great blood resolvent. tive and relief is obtained at
Squash and Beets do not realize freightcharges are fighiiiig: him at every step. Mr.
Florida' Beans are on the decline and DR. JOHN BTTI.U-I have been for ft nnmher DR.Joni BTTLL.-T have no hesitation In saying
unless they arrive in prime condition they Gay demands the use of a finer seive years severely s 1licted wltba mercu!'" .l headache that I believe your SARSAPARILLA to be the best
will not sell for charges. Cucumbers continue and a dull,heavy pain in my liver. Three bottles medicine manufactured for the cure of Scrofula)
and few, if have realized quotation than the tariff bill of BULL'S SARSAPARILLA gavo me more relief Syphilis and many other cutaneous and glandu-
poor any proposed by new than all the others combined. lar affections having,: used it with entire success
figures, Savannah and Charlestonare T. II. OWE S. Louisville,Ky. in numbers of the above cases.
in their Cabbage and Pota- that much broken rice not
now sending so so may
DR. Jam BciX.-I have examined the prescription .J.A.MESIOORE.:: ,Louisville, Ky.
toes. Florida Potatoes are holding up well,
for the preparation of DC.JOHN DCLL'SSABS.APARILLA
but are likely to decline as supply irom other be admitted at the low rate of duty. and believe the combination to DR. Jonx BrtT..-I procured one bottle of
points Increases. bo:r. excellent one,and well calculated to pro- BULL'S SARSAPARILLA for my eldest son. Among
A. M. IVES, The price oi rice, like that of sugar, clure n alterative impression on the system. I the remedies and various prescriptions that be
Gen. Manager. I-- used it both in public and private practice has tried for weak, lungs and chest this one bottle
is now so low that we hope Mr. Gay au.. think it the best article Sarsaparilla in use.has: been of rrv benefit to.him. than all. It has
M. PYLES, M. D., Louisville f ) Ky. cured me of l>i icpslc: as w 11.!
FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE, } will succeed in his laudable efforts.- lies.Phys.M Lou.Marine; IIosp. JOHN S.McGEE,Horse Cave,Ky.
261 BROADWAY NEW YORK, May 13, 1886.

QUOTATIONS. Louisiana Sugar Bowl. THE
_' Florida Strawberries,choice,per qt 10()@ 18 ..- -- BLOOD
II Irish Potatoes prime, bbl 6 Ou(<$8 00 the great secretory organs of Is a peculiar morbid condition of
a' Wax Bt ans, per crate .. bO@2 50 The honey of New Englandthe is
crop the Into and tho the caused
'a Hound Beans, .. 5O@1 50 body. through THE system, directby
'a Cucumbers, prime, . 2 00@3 00 last year is estimated at three hundred Kstir:-"owfhe:: waste fluids con- LIFE. impurities in the blood or by
II a' culls .0" 100125 t"ttringpoL i oiJOSHC' Matter taken 1 _m the systhe lack of sufficent nourishment furnishedtem.
II Cabbage, per barrel 25@2 2i tons.JJith1is11r's. If the do not act this to the the blood usual
tl'illX3J'iJ properly system through ,
II Beets, per cr t te .. . 75I) 25
j II Squasn, .1 . 25@ 50 matter is i 'aired and poisons the blood, affecting i'>e glands, often resulting in

J. D. IIASHAGKN, causing h.:,. .-'eaknesspaininthesmall swellings, enlarged joints, abscesses, sore
Eastern Agent. jeparfm21lf of back and I'M:A1?, flushes of heat chills, with eyes, blotchy eruptions on the face or 7eck.
disordered stomch: and bowels. BULL'S Erysipelas is akin to it and is often mistaken \

FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE } SARSAJ;'::JLLA acts as a diuretic on the Scrofula as it comes from the same cause,
BOSTON, Mass., May 10,18aG.
Fla. Flat Beans..per crate 1 00@2 00 GATES: OF ADVERTISING. Kidney r.J bowels, and directly on the impure blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by,

Wax .. 150@3 00 I1'iir Payable in advance, unless otherwise con blood (Ic.rq. !/, causing the !great or- purifying the blood and toning up the system
Round "'. .. .. 200@300 traclecl.SPACE. gans ,:f .".- oody to resume their natural forces the'' 1p'.rltles from the blood and!
.. .. .. .. .. II 1 00@I 25 -
"Squash .|I 1 MO.: ;.f"MOt'ol: : YEAH functions, and health is at once restored. cleanses tiie system through the regular
Cabbage.. .. . .. per bbl 3 00@l 00 ) WEEK.
Potatoes. ... . ... . .. 4 (00@6)() 00 I E200$600'' 81200 $1600 $2200 I DR.JoItNBuLL.IhaveusedBULL'SSAnsAPAchannels.. *,
sqrH1 : "
", Strawberries . .. per qt 20 40 2 .i 350: 1050 21 00 28 00 3,100)(I IcoL I BILLA. for rheumatism and kidney trouble and DR. JOHN BITLL.-Ivls my opinion that your
O. G. PEARSON 600' 18 006;; (00)() 48 ()); 64 00 I my son has taken it for asthma and general. depr'paration of SARSAPARILLA is decidedly) superior -
bility. It has given ua both great relief.Yours and I will take
to any other now in use
Agent. S 8 00 2400()() 4800 6-100 I 85 )I ,
truly the of
II great pleasure) in recommending it for cure
1200 36 00 7200 9600 12800 I THOS.: H. BENTLEY,Bossvllle, 111. Scrofula and nil diseases of the blood and kidneys.B. .
PHILADELPHIA, May 12, 1886. 3' II U 00, 42 00 84 00 112 00 150 00 I B. ALLEN, M. D., BradfordKy.PRINCIPAL .
1R 1800 51 00 10800 144 (00 i 192 W\I BULL'S SARSAPARILLA.
for EVANS BROS., :
Reported especially us by -- --
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Produce Commission Merchants,No.56 North Subscription( $2.OO annum, in advance.' BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. 831 West Main Street, Louisville, Ky.
Water Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price Cur- __ ___ __ per______ ___ ____h BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SV UP. SI.OO A BOTTLE.THE .
rent subject to market fluctuations. SPECIAL CLUB RATES.We POPULAR REMEDIES OF THE DAY. For Safe by all Druggists.
Strawberries in good demand. New pota-
have arranged with the pub isbers andwill
toes active.
, club THE DISPATCH with p BLOOD PLI.!=I.E. 4
Key West Tomatoes,. ., ..peck crate 1 5O@))1 75 any paperor _.9 .
periodical In the United Statesor
6 Fla. Tomatoes! ... . .per crate 6 00@6 50) published
II fair . ... 3 00@5 00 Great Britain. Prices on application. Fertilize with Upland Cotton Seed I AVutitcd.
Spinach . .. .. . .. .per bbl 1004125< Remittances should be sent by Check, Extra FLORIDA DISPATCHVol.
Lettuce . .. .. .. .... .per 100 4 OO@ 00 Money Order, Postal Note or Registered Letter at $10 per ton. For sale by MAYS & copies
New Beets..o.. .per box 50@ 75 ,addressed to Monticpllo Florida. ( 4. No. 28) for July 13, 1885.
II Cabbage. .. .. ...... .per bbl 3 00@4( ) 00 C. W. DaCOSTA Publisher PARTRIDGE, .. ,
44 Squash.. . ...... ......perorate "@ 00JVteteopological. --- ----- Address FLORIDA DISPATCH, Jack-
44 Round Beans." ". .. I 00150()() TA(TR'"QO..VTT.T v. FT.A. Wanted! sonville Fla.CowPeas.
Flat ... . 9O@1 Co() A budder thoroughly ,
Wax ..... 125@175 competent ) .
Cues.. .. . :. .. .. 2 00@1 50 To Subscribers.See conversant with nursery work. Ap- Cow-Peas, Cow-Peas.
New Potatoes, prime .per bbl 6 00@8 00 printed slip on (or
your paper wrapper address
ply or Now is the time to in
II culls. 3 OO@ OU plant your
and If Incorrect report same to us at once
GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES, I have received
Note date of the expiration of your subscription groves.
and if In arrears please remit. Glen St. Mary, Fla. 300 bushels "Clays."

*-. "
: -
] -- -- 300 bushels "Whippoorwills.

Special to New Subscribers. Write or telegraph Byron E. Oak, 200 bushels "Red Rippers."

---. I From and after this date, every new subscriber the undertaker, for Marble, Iron Rail- 100 bushels "Blacks."

.a( .Jaq"ruaA\ I Vi ddddad hi hi .- S* V.i I ...... to the DISPATCH, will receive on ap- ing and all kinds of Cemetery Work.A 100 bushels "White Crowders."
JO r o m a a C> o o> plication a colored map of Florid! .free. 'Scale
*: aI:
full line of Wooden and
co alulsasetaAV I ,000U o S: eighteen miles to th inch. Send for prices,

CO 00 &H$:: U.:; .. .. ---- Cases and Caskets always on hand.} WILLIAM A. BOURS,

__ g OMS2 J .Anpiuinnsqipaapunq- oeooooo! An Unprecedented Offer. All orders promptly attended to, 25 20 West Bay Street,

1 %M | nup u'Ual I o xs"offia3 Corps. To any one sending a yearly subscriptionto Laura St., .Jacksonville Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.

3 -, > -- -_ the DISPATCH, at full rates,$t, we will send 4
SignalCorps. .
a Sg the New York Weekly World free for six Body Type for Sale. -
\ I lO nwor)
'JllaolaA: a aI
Signal mouths. Primer second I sawn deh steamer, cum run deh ben',
:i -- 800 pounds Long ,
I "H 4 Good-bye my li.vah cood-bye,
hand od condition. For sale Loaded wid passengers for ELLEJI-N,
- 3 'uon>aJla I 3W > SergeantSignal IMPORTANT NOTICE. lovab
JC |< "' Good-bye, my good-bye;
1 H a2 aZxxu xcc, Sergeant Subscribers in arrears for subscription cheap .C. W. DACOSTA. Buy-e b-a-by, buy yoh tickets by the
---- -- RELIABLE"
w grfsg 3 up to the first of January, 1886, Bind Tour Papers
Louisville and Nashville Railroad)
*: puts saqouj: UI 8888S8Sooooooo, level. received a notice of their indebtednessa We have a number of excellent files ( Daily PULLMAN PALACE BUFFET -
U1fJul'U.1' LIIui pealevel. for sale with the "FLORIDA DISPATCH"
eS SMITH short time since. Please do all you SLEEPING CARS THROUGH
: .- ------- pea
embossed thereon affording a
SERV 3 ,
topea to assist in de from Jacksonville to NEW-ORLEANS
can us meeting our ,
.. ll'Ua I beautiful covering for paper, only $i
59.0. W.
fi uual'l 29.77 : mands. C. AV. DACOSTA, each. ,
.. SIGNAL a -coooooot reduced J.; Publisher. I' Louisville and Cincinnati, with onlyone ]

U o E umwlUIl\I C'HQ: ": o)of; "cl Q lowest DaM :Not Failed. change, in UNION DEPOTS, for

Q.o>. mul1VW I COOOOOOaoaoaCccsoooS, lowes ;readingsreduced SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.Scott's AVm. Paisley, Dobyville, Arkansas, CHICAGO and the NORTH, WEST and

: ;90.0 I writes: Your Hughes' Tonic having NORTHWEST. Stop-overs granted to

readings Emulsion of Pnre Cod Liver OH, recommended I visit MAMMOTH CAVE, Baggage
I i been highly to me, ordered

,, : .Ia'1aWQ.1trg l1ua UWI\I d=88 ggo) In Pulmonary with Affections Hypophospltiteg and Scrofolous, Diseases. a short time since, one dozen checked to destination, quick time,

; ,eteorologica I CQCQ'.Ii'iI Barometerreadings bottles soon sold bottle, and rates as low as the lowest. ELLEN-N's
_______ ; every
. thermometer
.a.. .:. .. .. -.. .. barometer. Barometer Dr. Ira M. Lang, New York, says: have yet to hear of a single instance of BUREAU is now stocked with the

Sao.! *,. :.:*.:::;.fc...,-.CQ: Highestbarometer.Highestthermometer "I have prescribed Scott's Emulsionand its failing to effect a speedy cure of latest time cards, correct maps, andcivil

w i ... CIS- used it in my family, and am chills and fever. Prepared by R. A. answers. Call, or write to

1..E .4. >. a+>ddd.>. '0" : fill I. greatly pleased with it. Have foundit Robinson & C\, wholesale druggists.Louisville L.R.TUTTLE,Passenger Agent,
Q d .c w Highest Highest" 90 W. St. Jacksonville Fla.
.. ::: :cc::1 ::: 0 very serviceable in Scrofulous diseases Kentucky. Sold at retail Bay ,
; t: W::: 0 :::?.Q z and Pulmonary aflections." by H. Robinson & Co., Jacksonville. C. ATMOREG. P. A.,Louisville,Ky.


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354 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.Concrete ...._'..:


A simple method of making concrete

walks is described, the advantage of I SA V KIS SIl\Jl\.I.EE:

which is a saving of labor and the WESTIIAILWAY in Roa! Estato. Real' Estate Agency.Healthy .

cost of materials, the latter consistingof -

Lauds! Low Prices !
water, lime, and gravel or ashes, or
will fine residence lot Kissimmee offers the best chances for set-
both. The gravel and ashea are put $500 Easy a terms. tlers In Florida. It Is the coming district,as
all who know the S ate testify. There Is Big
in a heap and wetted; one barrel of WAYCROSS SHORT LINE. Money for Investors In Town Lots. .
will buy 200 acres high rolling
$5 0 0 0
the water linie is mixed with sharp, land adjoining the new town of High Pine and Hammock Lands .
All Trains of this Road are Run by Cei.litl I ((90th) Pemberton, junction of South Florida and .
clean, dry sand, is shoveled back and Meridian Time,which Is 33 Minutes S'f' *,r Florida Southern Railroads and the WI thla- At reasonable prices.

than Jacksonville Time. coochee River. Also good land for Truck Farming. A few
forth several times to get a thorough small Bearing Groves on tracts of from
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY MARCH 7, wiN buy a residence lot In Oriole. a Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
mixture, a portion of which is then dally 1886 Passenger Trains will leave aim arriv $1 I I 00 new Railroad town on S. F. R.R., In These Groves are easily enlarged, and afforda

as follows: i Hernando county. Easy terms: concessions good start. Correspondence solicited.
mixed with into thin soft
water a NEW ORLEANS EX FEES I to those who will build. Place rapidly] im ,
I no WELL &: USE.
mortar and with this five Leave Jacksonville dally at............... /:45 a m proving.
some partsof ; KissImmee, Orange Co., Fla.
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at........ 7:1pra:
the wet gravel or ashes are well Leave Callahan dally at_..._........... 8:21 a m $1 I 00 will buy a handsome lot in Parkersburg.Marloncounty.faclngon SIZE tOxtOO FEET,
Arrive at Waycross dally at...._..... .10:15: a ro Coop. ROTS, IN $4.
mixed by which means frag- Leave Gainesville................................. 6:15: a m er Park. Send for colored map. Property of- Lake
every Arrive Gainesville............................... 8:25 a m ered very cheap. Lakeview on Kingsley
ment is coated with the combiningmortar. Arrive at Thomasville dally at.1:39; p m .a- $50 buys 5-acre F LO R I I DM

Arrive at Bainbridge dally at............ 8:35 p m will tract for
The concrete is spread on Arrive at Chattahoochee dally at..".. 4:04 p m $ I 50 Windsor buy, Alachua a large building county, a lot flourishing In- An ORANGE GItO1'E.Send .
2 cent stump for MapVetc., to
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.K_iu-.lO p m
the graded walk, and beaten down Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R. R-..... 2i5: a m place. TROPICAL LAND CO..
Arrive atNew Orleans vlaL.&N.R.R 7:20: a m P. O. Box 158, Jacksonville, .I la. .

with a rammer until the moisture Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to and from $5000 will 100 Easy acres land terms.adjoining Only REFER TO Ex-Gov Geo. F. Drew,

gathers on the surface; some of the Jacksonville Orleans. Pensacola, Mobile and New $suit oo required; balance on long time to P ." McLean Jacksonvilleand,St. Augustine.Rev. C.

dry sand or cement is then scattered FAST MAIL. i nov9-ly
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Leave Jacksonville dally at............._ 1.4J p a. will buy a well located lot of 10
over the surface to absorb the moist. Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..........12.-00 m $250 acres at Oriole; land ali high and J. E. M'GINNISS

Leave Callahan dally at.-................... 225 pm dry; originally selected for orange culture. ,
ure, and the surface is finally smoothedover Leave Chattaboochee at"...................11:10 am Long terms of credit. Only $25 cash required, Room No. 10 Bostwick's Block
Leave Thomasville at........................ 1:20: p in and an equal amount per annum plus the In- ,
with a plank rubber, having a Leave Gainesville at........................... 6:15 am terest on deferred payments. The easiest Jacksonville Florida
Arrive Gainesville............................. 8:25 am terms offered on high dry lands In Florida.] ,
sloping handle to work it back and Leave Live Oak at............................... 9:30 a m Enquire for particulars..
Arrive at Waycross dally at............... 4:20 p m REAL ESTATE
forth. In a few days this is hard and will buy fine 10-acre lot close
Arrive Brunswick via B.& R. R... 8:20 a m $450 a by
Arrive at Jesup dally at........ ............. 5:55 p 1\1 station Candler, Marion county.
becomes harder with timo. By making Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & 0... K:10 p m Very prosperous place; good lands. Bought and tSolcl.

divisions of. thin of wood Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G' It. Rll:3; p m will]1 buy a choice 5-acre lot at Can-
strips or $2 2 5
Arrive Atlanta via E.T.V. &G.R.R.. 2:10: p m der] close the
by station.
Houses for Rent In desirable portions of the
the be Arrive Chattanooga via E.T. V. & O.IO a m
tarred paper, concrete may. Arrive Inclnnati via C. H. R. R....._. 6:30 p m $400 will buy 40-acre tract of high roll- city. City property handled and

laid down in blocks or dia- Arrive at Savannah daily at............... 7:40: pIll i.g pine land lying a little off from returns made promptly. .
; squares Arrive at Charleston dally at............ 1:10: a m the S.S.,O. & G.R. H..In Marion county. Sat-
mond Arrive at Washington,D.C.,daily at 11:00: p ni isfactory terms to buyers. Conveyancing done carefully and at short
shaped. Arrive at New York dally at._......_.. 6:50 a m notice.
.. .. $520 will buy a beautifully located
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars,Jacksonville whole] block of lots in Parkersburg.Money Correspondence solicited. dec21-6m
Industrial Training. _
: to New York and Jacksonville to Cincinnativia
In It for the right man. Over 300 lots
There are only four students this Pullman Buffet Cars now Notary Public. Justice of the Peao
Sleeping Washington 1 RO will buy 10 acres good land
year in the school of agriculture and I to Jacksonville. $ I \ \ adjoining MURRAY & McNARY.

EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. will buy 80 acres high rolling
. horticulture connected with Harvard
Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 5:00: p tu laud adjoining Floral] City, In EAST COAST LANDS
college. All our colleges are too much Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..._...... 7:5Ua in Hernando county. Money In It for subdivision "
Leave Callahan dally at....................._ 5:40: p m Into lots. Terms to suit. "Halifax River, Volusia County,Fla.
given to creating "ladies and gentlemen Arrive at Callahan.....................,....... 6:59: a m will 80 All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bull
Leave Waycross: ................................? 8:00: p m $800 buy land acres good high rolling Ing Lots on and near River. Address, wit
.............. pine north of Couper on F. a. at Ormond. Volusia Fla.
rather than men and women. Arrive at Waycross daily at. 5:10 ana R'y In Hernando Good stamp, County,
Leave Gainesville dally at.................. 3:50 p m hood. couaty. neIghbor- ,''P"I"'-
If they would begin at the other end Arrive at Galnesvilledally -..t ............ 9:15 a m
Leave Live Oak dally at..................... 7:15: p mArt $600 will buy 20 acres land at Oriole
and lay the foundation of education ive at Live Oak dally at............... 5:55: a m with Lake Front. FLORIDA
Leave Thomasville dally aU................IL:2i p in will buy a handsome I 80:<< acre tract
on the basis of practical usefulness and Arrive at Albany] daily at-................_ 1:41 a in $1 I 000 southwest of Oriole, close by Im- FERTILIZER COMPANY
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:40 a m proVements; commanding building site; tine .
then add the scholastic and scientific Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R.......... 2:25 p m land. E. T. PAINE, Prest.44 East Bay St.

accomplishments it would be far i Arrive New Orleans via L. & N. R.R. 7:30: p m will buy 40 acres land, high and Florida Food $23 ton.
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.... 2:2u a m $I 200 Orange per

better. Industrial training-physica Arrive St.: Lo.ifs..................?............,... 7:40 a m A fortune for dry some,adjoining one by town sub-dividing plat of Oriole.into Florida Vegetable Food, $28 per ton.

as well as mental disclipine essential Pullman Buffet Sleeping cars between building lots. This Fertilizer has been thoroughly tested
Jacksonville and St. Louis via "
to the higher development of manhood I Albany, Montgomery and, Nashville Tbomasville1, and $6 0 0 will 40 acres of land adjoining for the past six years on Orange Groves In

Pullman Palace] Sleeping Cars to and from Florida and has given entire satisfaction.Send .
Montgomery and Gainesville. $ 1250 will buy 80 acres land adjoining for Circulars and Certificates.
the Company's lands at Pemberton -
JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. which they have laid out In building lots. -

Leave Jacksonville............................. 7:00 p m River front. A bargain.
JOYCE & HUNT Arrive Jacksonville.........................._ 7:00am will 120 COW PEAS.
Leave Callahan] ................................... 8:00: p m $O v ROO ww buy Dade acres fine land between -
Arrive Waycross..........,_...................10:15 p m town In Hernando City and Tucker- 300 bushels Red Rover, Clay, Whippoorwill
31 WhltaKer St., Savannah, Ga.. Arrive Brunswick via B. & W. R.R._ 7:08 a m county. and White Peas for sale.
Arrive Albany via B. & W. R. R >...... 4:00: a m $400 will buy 40 acres splendid] high
DEALERS IN Arrive :Macon via Central R. R......... 8:10 a in land, two miles from Brooksville. E. T. PAINE, Prest.
Arrive Atlanta via Central ....... buyayoungorange __. ___ -- ---
NEW HOME and other Machines, attach- R. ll 12:10 n'n will grove,2G5
ments and parts for all macuines, Oils, Nee- Arrive Jesup.............:...........................12:05 a m $800 trees, some beginning to bear; l.OOforl3"\Veek.The
dies etc. Also Pianos, Organs and Vapor Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G.... 6:00 a m grove In fine condition; Clay county, fine SAM PLE POLICE GAZETTJZwlll
Cook Stoves, Just thA thing for summer use. Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. R- 6:40 a m neighborhood; quarter mile from Kingsley be mailed,securely wrapped to any address!! In the
Send for catalogue. Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & U. H..H..11:15 a m Lake. United States for Three Months

------ ------- -- Arrive Cincinnati-............................... 6::){)a m $ I 000) will buy 160 acres high pine land on receipt of COPIES One Dollar. Liberal -
in Hernando place has discount allowed to Postmasters!!! Agents and
IMPROVED ROOT BEER. Pullman Buffet Cars and Maun Boudoir county;
HIRES' several hundred dollars worth of Clubs.The POLICE GAzrrrx:
Cars Waycross, Albany and Macon; and Improve- MAILED
packages 25 cts. Makes 4 gallons: via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between ments on it. Including] house; Railroad survey of New York Is the OXI.T le-
and Sensational
of a delicious sparkling and wholesome] bev Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through runs through place. pltlmate Illustrated Sporting
the American
erage. Sold by all druggists, or sent by man- Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and $5000 will buy 810 acres finely ]located Journal continent.published Apply for terms to FREE f
on receiptof 2.i ('cr ts. C. E HIRKS. Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonvilleand land In Hernando county. Will
48 N. Dolaware] Ave. Philadelphia, PA-I. Cincinnati, via Jesup.ICIIARLESTON sell all or part. Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York.

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HRESHING MACHINES Leave Jacksonville.........EXPRESS..................... 7:30 a m fRdM
A SPECIALTY., Arrive Jacksonville......... ..................10:30: p m G
Simplest] ,Host Durable, Economical], and Perfectin Lea e Callahan .............................. 8:10a m
use-wastes no train;cleans it ready for market. .\ Waycross................... ............10:00am HOMES IN FLORIDA ?
Arrive Jesup.-1.:9a m 0

THRESHING L I UIfESaPORst Arrive >avnnah................................. 1:25 p w "' Send for prices
Saw mile and Standard Implement Arrive Charleston............. ................. 6:50 p in Oriole, Ilornttndo County. .[.. and Illustrated Catalogue of
erally. Send for illustrated catalogue.A. gen- Arrive "'ashington............................ 3ipm*) ..
Arrive New York.................................10:35 p m Send st mp for colored Map of Oriole and CINCINNATI ((0.) CORRUGATING CO.
B. FAROUHAR information how to get a home in Florida, ---
Pullman Buffet sleeping Cars between close Railroad In active -"T
operation. Splendid -
PcnnsylTonia Acrlcultaral Works YORK. '.. : Washington.. BBBBSBBaOBMHXBaa
orange lands. Large number of new
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly
60 Fancy Cards Pictures, and 25 elegant and Steamship connections, and coming In from all over the Union. Attractive SYe will par Agents a salary< f'I
in Gilt
CARDS Fringe Hidden Name Edge&e.Silk, 1 checked through. Also, Sleeping Car bergs plan purchase; but little cash required. HELP 880 to .90 month and CTI I
| Songster,1$50 Prize Puzzle and and sections secured at the Company's Office Bargains offered. penses to travel and sell our]
8 parlor game, all for lOcts. Game of Authors lOcts. In Aster's Building,82 Bay Street,and at De- Th *,circulars!,r10 in a month vicinity and Bur es
IVORY CO., Cllntonvllle, Conn. pot Ticket Office and on board People's Line W. 15. CLARKSON, honorable,permanent pleasant your*easily operated.VUE. .
_. hint ;iness
- - Steamers H. B. and Chattahoochee. n& CASES No

and\VIIISKYIiABITScured JAS. L. TAYLOR, Office: -72J! W. Bay St., up stairs, All emenshhumbug.SPI'LY We mun what! we Py.:
O P'i I'U at home particulars without: sent pain.Free.Bookof General Passenger Agent Bradford.Addrns XATIOSAL Bloc' C CL COMPS' .

? ,,, B.M.\YOOLLEY,M.D.,funning Ga. A. t). FLEMING, Superintendent. Jacksonville, Fla.


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i Valrico Nurseries, -

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:5 Catalogue Free. EO'

.o 8-] W. G. TOUSJ3Y- p Fg Printing and Publishing House

Seffner, Hillsborough Co., Fla. ,


.' Cor. Bay and Pine Streets,
With descriptions of

Fruit Trees Plants Vines Berries Ornamental Trees Grasses
,, etc., etc.
Together with full descriptions of all the .

Price List. Send for Catalogue toW

WI :.. KI: TS &:i SON, PrOpS..,!



ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded The Largest and Most Complete Print-

from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks.
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general line ing House in the State.
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address,
AARON: "S7\7".AJRR:: ; G-eorg-etcrwn, Fla
Mav1 'ft 3tf



-JIIJ:1.e: : : an.c1.: :L.erY'lon.. :
in variety other Citrus Fruits, Peen-To al'd Honey Peaches, LeConte and .= ff

Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons, Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. r a

-4JCS .Ori ...
Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton C' ..
Island,'St Johns River. *"* *- ; ==
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A. H. MANVILLE & CO., _<:.J
aug24-ly JLalcclaiicl. Polk County, Fla. <1.1 J1: O
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Avlicly Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer. .-- .
Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for se two crops, f:::::= "h ,, .
and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables. : <

Ashlcy ASH Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees,bananas,etc -r'ti; ,,.i.
2Aliley: Dissolved ISoiics. Ashley Acid Phospliutc.! .v-.
Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate Ammonia,Kainit
Muriate,Potash,Cotton Seed Meal,etc. .
For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers,and good articles on Peas, Kalnlt
1 Floats,etc.,address
"New Type and Improved Machinery. '
Charles i SC. ..a ;.

JOHN T. LESLEY President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CUASE,Sec.Treas.: EVERY KIND OF ,



Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every .
description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Scud for our Descriptive

Pamphlet and newspaper. .
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1'00 OL: ';OS;

OF HARD WOOD CUT \WITH ONE FlUNG BY ONE OF OUR CELEBRATED I In rav J office only SKILLED WORKMEN are employed, guaranteeing Of j..-

SILVER STEEL DIAMOND SAWS. J't I **H: .?- '**<'I First-class Work to my Patrons. .- ," ', :

4 I This: Is the record of a practical) Indiana Sawyer with the King of
&.WB, made from our Special English Tool Steel,capable of holding an
edge longer than any other saw made. We challenge the world to equal It.
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T_ L- : .
Price $1.00 per fooif including Handles and Gauge. Furt'shed: either regular gauge or' ':'
-rtra thln'back. Any one sending this card,with an order for a Saw of any length,will be presentedwith : A.
of our Celebrated Criterion Saw Sets. We take this method of introducing these Bets to the
users tkuvu.ohaws.IT E. C. ATKI NS &. CO., SOLE MAKERS OF SilVER STEEL D'JiMOND' I .-" .
.AR. BAND AND Orders tor i nl'raviu: Promptly ExeCU1: d. ;!
II. Dudley; Coleman, Agent, New Orleans. .- ...:-
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Unrivaled Ferrtllizer" -for Orange Trees. Fruitland Nurseries, VIA SAVANNAH AND ATLANTA ."AST FREIGHT ROUTE.

Special to Orange Grower:

The price of Calcined Humus is 520 per ton -
delivered at your nearest depot; but to meet ,
the emergency of the present season, VERY
LIBERAL TERMS will be cheerfully given. Correspondence P. 1 J. BERCKMANS, Proprietor.The THE special attention of Shippers is called to the FEW SCHEDULE arrangements ol
respectfully solicited. these old established Railroads through Georgia in co: !section with the Cincinnati Southern
Address W. W. HIUKS and Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railways t Western Points. Inquiry into the
Fort Mason, ha. merits of the roads that constitute this line, will sat! fy Shippers as to their reputation for
reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ.ihed, and their Schedules not experi-
A. E. DROUGHT, F. II. 8KELDING, ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any information n regard to the Line cheerfully given.
President. Casbier. new edition of our Spring Catalogue iseady We give below figures that will show the best possibl TIME between Jacksonville and Cin
for mailing. cinnati,and all points West:
KISSIMMEE, CITY BANK Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes rill give explicit directions, and see
that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts, read n Savannah and Central Railroad of


Greenhouse and Bedding Plants, 11.

Transacts a general Banking business. Leave Jacksonville....................................((8. F. & W. R"! .......?........................................ 6:00 pm
Palms, Roses, Evergreens, etc., Leave Gainesville.......................................( '.............?.......?....?.?.......?....... 2:00 pm
Leave Savannah?..................................?.......................? ... .........................?......?..?...... 3:40 pmLeave
Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit Macon...................... .?..............._.....?................... ........__..................................? 2:38 am
cashed. Leave Atlanta..........?.......?............................................. ............-................._.......?...... 9:35 am
Suitable for immediate planting is unusually Leave Boyce..........................................................?.......... ...................._........?................ 8:20 pm
Has correspondents in all the chief townsof large and selectThe Arrive Cincinnati.....................?...................?................ .............?,......?...?.?....?............5:00am
Florida, also Seaboard Natic nal Bunk and former large area of glass of our Floral Leave Chattanooga.................?........................................ :...........................................?...10:20 pm
Messrs. C. M. Whitney & Co., New York.In department has been largely Increased of Leave Nashville......?.........?.........?...................?........ .... .............?........_. .....................? 5:15 pm
Great Britain: The Hank of Ireland, late, thus giving every facility for the pro. Arrive Louisville?.........?....... ..............................-.......... ....... ................. ....................?.. 6:00am
duction of first-class stock at the lowest
Royal Bank of Scotland: Bank of British prices.Catalogues. W. H. LUCAS, Agent, G. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,
North America and Melville, Evans & Co.,
mailed free-address as above. Jacksonville, Fla. Savannah, Ga.
London. W. F. HHELLM. Traffic Manager,
Q.vqt'l".b, na.p .
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Palatka! ana Al LanmnRs


Pot Grown Semi..Tropical Fruit UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER

and Ornamental Trees, Student of the Royal Veterinary College of
Lr Plants and Vines. ,
: West Havana and New Orleans.
'., tt4 No Loss in Transplanting.Catalogue Key ,
Will answerall communications through letters

Qun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters, and Price List Free, on.applica- and telegrams. DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES
tion to the Manager. AddressA.

E. CHAMPLIN, Office in Orlando, Fla., at .

JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA nov29-ly ___ Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. Reed & Foster's Stables.

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.. I Steamers H. B. PLANT of the People's
Gunsmithing done in all its branches. Line and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE: of the
Nnrsorios Or Lake Ivoir Go.
I CURED De Bury-Bay Merchants' Line, will run as
..:, IRON SAFE WORK .ASTHMA, ; A SUGIE TRIAL con- I follows: : Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
Wharf at foot of Laura street
the most I :
Special: rates on Stencil Cutting, by mall. (100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our Tinces skeptical Leave Savannah, Florida and Western
;oct R-tf GERMAN ASTHMA CURE& & I Railway wharf, Jacksonville,
-- trees are very thrifty, three and four I most violent attack; insures comfortable sleep; : daily on arrival of Fast Mall train-
year old stock, % to 1% inch diameter, with [effects cures where all other remedies faIl Leave Jacksonville.........................?.. 3:00 p m
flue.' year old buds. Nurseries easily acces- 1 No waiting for results.! Its notion is" Leave Green Cove Spring.................. 5:10 p m
)le to Florida Southern Railroad =send for immediate is effected, direct in nil anti CURABLE certain,CASES and n II Leave Tocol...................?.................... fciSpm ,
:Fancy 1t Poultry. ;atalogues. AddressE. I cure"It permanently cured me. Refer to me at time." Leave Palatka....................................... 8:10pm
B. POSTER, Manager I Hon. B. Lott. St.any Paul Jrtnn. Leave Welaka............................??....10:50 p m
dec2My :south\ Lake Weir Fla. |"1 am entirely restored to health by German Asthma Leave Astor.............. ........................_ 2:00am
ALIEN; P FRIE:3.!: I Cure" not. futon, Hamilton. Ohio. Leave I eLand landing..........?......_ 4:15am
ST. NICIIOLAS, FLA., ("German fall." Asthma Prof.Cure E. Yon is all Fingerlln you claim, Greenville for it. It never S. C. Leave Blue Springs ...........?.............. 5:00 a m
:. J. BEACH & SON Diy physician recommended German Asthma Cure. It Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail..
(Keeps twenty varletle of pure bred Fowls oared me." Mr. M. L. Tetriclt Londonderry. Ohio. road wharf...... ......................._.......... 7:00am
Eggs for Hutching $2 per Dozen Nun, iiRYM LN. [I Thoaiand of similar Letters on file. AiL any druggist Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 7:10 a m
Has just received a fine selection from th about it. I Arrive Enterprise: ........... .................... 8:10: a m
best Poultry Yards in this country. Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and tine, (German at 50c.Asthma and S1 Cure or Fent l is by pold mail by on all receipt drngitasta -- Leave Enterprise................................. 8:30 a m
and in good order. New 1< which
'rults.among lof price. Trial paCKage free to any address for RETURNING,
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,. stamp. Leave Sanford wharf.................. '
... WhIte Genoa. City 6:25 p m
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Catalogue free. AddressA. Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf 7:00 p m
IIEAC11 -- - --- Leave Blue Springs.............................. 8:50 p m
J. & SON Fia.. l Leave DeLand Landing..............?...... 9:25 p m
sen'2S-i: I> Palatka, } Leave Astor .....................................11:25 p m
,t1t All f. Leave Welaka...................................... 2:15am
Leave Palatka.................. .................... 4:30 am
: Leave Tocol....................?.. ................. 6:30am I
I Leave Green Cove Spring.................... 7:15 a m
Crab Orchard A FRIEND OfT NEED. Arrive Jacksonville............................. 9:15 a m

WATER.CJ= >r. Sweet's.INFALLIBLE ; Connecting at Tocoi with St. Johns Rail-
'... road, at Palatka with Florida Southern
<> nr CD I I LINIMENTPrepared I Railway ; at Astor with St. John's and
THE LIVER. O O P Lake Enstis; Railway: at DeLand Landing
( Gj( l 0ix \ THE KIDNEV8. : :'CTJJ 8 from the recipe of Dr. Stephen with DeLand and St. Johns Railroad; at Enterprise
4 THE STO3IACH. 4 ::r'g. w Sweet,of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set with A. C., t. J. & I. R. Railroad for I
TUB BOWELS. ..N 3 ter. Has been used for more than 51)*) years, Titusville; at Sanford with steamers for In-
and is the best known for Itbt
remedy urna.Usm -
dian River, and with trains of the South
CNAPIoai A POSITIVE CURE FOR ? o ;; [; ,Neuralgia,Hpralns, bruises! ,Cuts Burns Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with
I 'o.; g.c:: wounds and all external injuries. the steamer Margaret of the People Line
DYSPEPSIA, SOLD BY ALL, DKUGGISTS-TRi' IT. for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River;
Read this Testimony then TRY 3 CONSTIPATION, 3 n e.;a also connecting with the steamships Mascotte.

IT for yourself. SICKHEADACHEDOSE n" g 2 rc3 m--. Ilutchlnson and Whitney for Key West and
3 Havana every l\IondaYTbnrsday and Saturday -
have !::-One to two teaspoonfuls. c. 3cu: } ,tv'M at West, .
Proprietors many letters like these: Genuine Can ORCHAED SALTS in sealo'C oed arriving Key Tuesday, Friday

BETTER THAN QUININE.Mr. nine packages Salts sold at JO in and bulk.25cts. No gen07,. :::; ;n.w' \fltill.! f -Ol r..m..ennneN and and Sundays Monday., and Havana on Tuesday, Friday -

M. M. Kesterson Dorsey'' Co., Ark., Crab Orchard Water Co., Proprs. M Sam Jones condensed. Returning steamships! leave Havana on
says:: I can certify to the fact that Hughes S. N. [JONES, Manager Louisville Ky. Over 500 Illustrated. Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday Key
Tonic is the best chill tonic I ever tried. I SAM JO ES uhs"rlptlonedltlon pp. West Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, arriving -
COl.'Itcr it better than quinine." authorizedbyMr.Jones. at Tampa sunday Thursday and Sat-

CURES CHRONC! CASES.Mr. 4TH SERMONS, Steel portrait and facsimile day, at New Orleans on J{onday. .
Jones card denouncing A freight steamer of the '

writes. :H.Your W. McDonald Hughes Tonic laurel for Hill chills, Miss.anc.. Dl, Buy the Best !;: t Lt; tKI;: AGE. TS. WWED.. Addre! Mr.pirate Jones'editions.publisher Baya Merchants' Line, leaves Jacksonville
.. dally at leaves
6p.m. Returning, Sanford
fever has never faileij.yct, and I have sold it I Til 4.VSTOX .! STOW:. Cincinnati. 0PIANOS&ORGANS-
Award IHl.T Pr* daily,at 9 a. m.
to a number of chroniccases.. It cures them 'miumandGs.?J ed. -
every time." ''Jal: at Worlds Fair.New' _= Racing by the Boats of this Company in

Ask For Hughes'Tonic and! Take No Other I 1' i.Orleansovet'fteadlni' Wind Mills! The KL1fUEKA. 2 -_ Strictly IrohiMted.
: alter a tr 'lJ ;,: r 01 ail makes direct toC"lSto-- For further particulars,)inquire of
y PRICE, SI.OO PER BOTTLE. lasting i mos.'al r:ro. mers from headquarters, at JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk. '}
', 1 nouncedthebeatuver 'wholesale prices. All goods Office, Way cross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville '
all and to-day stands ..
PREPARED BY I guaranteed. No money asked FI i. .
1 at the head of all competitors. Sizes,10
R. A. ROBINSON & CO. to 18 ft. diameter of wbeel.either for till instruments are received W. M. DAVIDSON, "
Pumping Power Mllla. Perfect in aU M and bIlly tested. Write us General Traffic Agent, Astor Bulldini.
i Wholesale Druggists,LOUISVILLE KY. parts and JTadtd. Estimates ap before purchasing1. An Investment of 2 cents may t C. D. OWENS, Traffic Manager,
plication. Also Mfrs.of the Adams Dlrt save you from 8:>>0.00 to 10000. Address .
For Sale by Druggists generally. I Draft Kara Floor Horse Power. FRENCH Savannah Oa .
.._u' _:-.._...,,_u__ _. ___ '........ .:: .Live Agents WaWOODWABD. Address Mfrs., JESSE. Wholesale PittrUntting, Nashville DcptforiheBotcau( Tenrn 1 t H.S. HAINES, Gen'l Manager ;
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Augusta Ga...__...___ 3O60 00 Cedar Rapids, Ia........... ...... .... .Fort Scott, Kan............ t 90 .14000: I Logansport, Ind._........! ...... .....N..l.1 Portsmouth, Ohio_...... ... ...-.. '
Atlanta,,Ga._._............. 35 70 00 ,IChampaip, ... ..........1 alllon. Ohio.............I I ... '.........' Lincoln, Neb.. ..............: 91 156 401, Peoria, 111.._................. 65 11600 ".
Atchison, Karl............. ...... ......... Dalton, Ga...111.\\. 40 80 OOj Galllpolls, OhiO............ ... .........' lItcon, Ga.............. ......; 25 50 00': Pittsburg Pa......_..... ... 66 126 00
Adrain, bUch............... ...... .........,, I Dayton, O. ...................1 ... .......?i Grand Rapids, bUch..., ,.. "Mohile, Ala.................... 40 : 80 00,; Quincy 111.................... ...... .........
Ann Harbor, Mlch,...... ... .........' Delaware, .. Henderson, Ky............. 5S 100 OOj! i Montgomery Ala........!I 350; 00!: Home ?a. ................... 40 80 00 j
Alton, Ill.. ................ ... ......... Ohio..1. ... ........ :' lUckman, Ky..........?...., 5.1) :100 OO'' ,Mansfield, Ohio............' ... '........., I Rock Island II I............ ...... ......... -
.....-... 40 8000 !Detroit. al._.............. 70 .IW 001 Indianapolis, Ind.....?.. 60 110 00 1\lassfllon, Ohio............I' ... '.:.......i; Rochester, N. Y_......N 68/,134 00 ..... 40 80 00 DanvUle, 111.................. ...:: .....-.. i etfersonvllle, Ind.58 108 00 :Mt. Vernon Ohlo..1 ... '.........! Handusky. Oblo........... db- 116 00
Bloomington, III ......... ... .........1 I lDavenport Ia. ............ ...... ......... Jacksonville, Ill........../ ... Memphis. 'j.enn.1. .......... 45 'I nomc City Iowa-......... ... ......... t
Burlington I a............... ...... .........1 Dubuque, Towa.... ....... ... ........ Joliet, Ill........................I! ... 1..1 ;i t\-lllwaukee. Wis........... .0 11211 001'! !Springfield'.............. ...... .....
Belleville. :ill................. ... ......... f!Des :Moines Iowa.....?.. .....; L., ....... Jefferson City, \ -""" .... ... Ind................ ... '.........; St. ... .....
Buffalo, N. Y ................ 66 126 00 ,Denver, Col................... 1 85 ,250, 00 Knoxville Tenn ......... 45 90 00 Minneapolis 1\IInn..... ...... ;, St. JOSePh.1\lo..I. 65 .116 00
Bay City bl1ch.............. ...... ......... Dixon, Ill......:............... ... ........; Kenton., .. ......... adison, \Vis..... .......... ...... '.........' ... .........
Bristol, .J'enn........ ...._ ... ........... Elyria, Ohio.................. ...... i.........i Kalamazoo l1cb_......' 70 120 00, .Montreal, Canada........., ...... .........' ... .....?..
Cleveland 0..._...... ...... 70 120 00 .Evansville, Ind_......... 56XI106 00 I Kansas City, 1\10........... ... ..... .Nashville,Tenn.....?..... 45 I 190 001! Paul\l1nn............... ...... ....._.
Cincinnati, Ohio......... 55 100 00 lEast Saginaw, Mich..... ......... La sln ,:Micb............... ...... ....j. .New Orleans............ 451 90 001: Toledo, 0....................... 70 120 00
Cairo, Ill.. ................... 60 no ro East Ht. uls, Ill.......... 65 ';116 00 :.LaCrosse, Wis............... ...... ......... .Newark, Ohio............... ... ,I........ Terre Haute, Ind....._. 60 11000
Columbus, Ky.........._. 55 100 00 I Emporia, Kan.............. 1 h !1162001 I Lima, Ohio............. ...... ... .........\ IOmaha, Neb.................. ...... 'I.........j.' Toronto, Can..........:..... ...... .
Columbus, Ohio........... ... ......... i! Erie, Pa ..... ..........-...... 66 1126 00 I Lafayette Ind....._...... ... ......... :Ottawa, Can.................. .... .....1 I Topeka, Kan................ 95 148 00
Columbus Ga .............. 35 70 00 'I Fort Wayne ... :: .......... ''Lancaster, Ohio............ ... ........ '011 City, Pa ................. 66 .126 OOj Urbana, Ohio................ ... ......... '
Council Biuffl, Ia......... ...... ......... Findlay, ...... '......... 'Leaven wortn, Kan ...... ...... .........1 ;Pekln, Ill. ...................... ... ........ .I Wheeling, W.V a_......... 66 .126 00
Chicago, 111._............... 65 .116 00. I Fremont Ind..I' ...... ......... I' Louisville Ky_........._ 5.S 100 Pana. Ill......................... ... ...........1. Winnipeg, Man............ ...... ..........
Chattanooga, Tenn...... 40 80 00_ _Fort Dodge 1 18 _j.17000 Little Rock, Ark......_... 55 120 OOJ ,Piqua Ohio................... ... ..........J __ ____ ;
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Savannah, Florida: Western Railway..............-............................ ... .; ... ...1 ... i."!: "'! ... I ..; -----1---1StaUon
Jacksonville Callahan and Live Oak....................................................._......... 120, 40 25 50 30 60 !: 60 I 30, 6t,1 27 1,, 55 .
Gainesville }New .................................. ...-............................ 1 60 3.5 70 40 tO I 401, 80 401 RO, :rr: r" . . . .
6o 35 70 4Q 80 4Q 80 I 401 8Irr:: 75 . < . . .. ... .
I..andingsonSt.Jobnsriver.Q') .04 80 45: 90 45i' 9Q ., 45 9<1,42, I 85' . . . .. .... t

Stations Stations on on Fla Fla.. So.0.RynorthofandincludlngOcala..3.Ry. south oC Ocala. .............................................................. : 75 42? 85 47j 95 9i !, 47;; 95, ,,4 9O( . . . .. -.. .
Stations on Fla. So. H.y., Ht. J. &: L. E. Division...................._........................._. I : 75 42 85' 471 95: 49'' 95: i 471 f 9a: !,,1 47 95: '. . . .. .. .. .
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Landings on Lake Santa Fe......_......-............................ ; ;1 \i' "1 i
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TampaN on Manatee River................._............................................... .............. .. ...... ... ......' ... ...... 551.I ..... ...', .... ... ...... . . . .... ,: Vr. .. .
8tationa on J., A. A: K. R. Ry......................_............ ......_........................... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ......I'I ...1 ...... ;.. I ...... ., . . .. .. .. ,. ... r i30 Ir. ,'." ..
St. .. .... .......:............... .............. .. 60 35 70 40, 80 JO 40 SO, 37 75 . . .. ...
Palatka ..... .......................... ................ .. ..... NAugnsttn 50' 1 .
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StatlonsonJ.JT.&K. W.lty...... ...............................................-.NN.................N...... ... ." I ..;' ...j.....;. "., ... '; ....1...... 1 .....'; I I..t I.. ". . ... ..... .
Landings on Lakes Eustis and Harris ...........................................?..................... 42 85 1. 9i: 52 1 ai; 59,1; 35', 52,105, (11"2 1 O5 .

Stations From Belair on South to McKinnon Florida H.allroad., inclusive .......................... N......-.................... ..... 40 80 I 4" I!I,90' 50,, 1 00 I 5Q1, 1 001!I, 50i!1, 1 00 +I 47 i,I &i !, . ,,#. ., ',1'.1'\, \- "" "" .",. ,.. .
....... .............. 95' 9o I 50 1100 50S! 1 10 55l' 1 5>' 1 Ol 5'3 l 1 UZ( c ., .:. -I'. ..
From Kissimmee to Acton, inclusive..................."- ......... ......... N ; :oq! } ; i' ; .
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From Plant City to Orienta, inclusive.................................. .................-. ..... 50 100, 5.S II 110 60, 10; f O 1 : I fill 120..,,. 57 : I 15 ,! . .. .. .. .
From Winter lIaven to Bartow, inclusive.............................._..........-.......... 55 1 10! fJO 120 B5, 130,! 6II3Q.: 65 130 1 62;; 1 2i' "I. "J" .:: .. .
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F. R fi: N. Co. north of and including Ocala ............. .Ot 8Q 2ll! I 4.i 1 I' : : .
Stations on ... ................ 37 75 42 j 85 47 1 9.'>I! 4.r !iii); ,j .c"1& I 9o.. .I . .. . .. .. .. .
F. R. & N. ()O. south of Ocala.-............................... .. I : 451." 471 !
Stations on : ... ...... ...... .. ..... t ...! .... ......' . .. .. k' .. .
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Stations on Tavares, Orlando: fi: Atlan tic It. Ii..N. .............?.......?........_......... .... N.... ... i I ...... ....I ::;:::II ...1 4-,1 i ... ......I... I j! ...... '.l .. .. '.i,, .. . .. .
stations on north Tam _.................. .... ............ ...._........................................ ... ...... ... I ...... ...1! ...I ...' ." .. t N... . t . .. .. ..f ... .
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Gulf points south Tampa......?........................ ..............?.......-......................... .. ..... ... ...... ...1.I .... '! ".1 I ..... ... ..... : ... ...... : . . .
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tCONNECTIONS.. The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess ot charges.
service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load Is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 400 Standard Boxes. Excess of this,
fast freight
Double fast daily freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior amount will hA ChAT' r Gtf fnr nro ratA r r-lond ahlpmpptu mnnthe to one d. inwtlon an

and Daily Coast points, including New York, Boston Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washineton and I to Prepayment one consignee.of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipment

Providence. connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah will be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
Trt-weekly I I transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage
Mondays, Wednesdays for Baltimore and via Fridays.the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co. leaving occasioned unless; it be from negligence, and that such lows must attach solely to the
Twice a be located.
company upon whose line such negligence may
Savannah connection Tuesdays and for Boston Fridays.via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving. : The charges advanced by this Line In good faith to connections at those points will not i
Weekly : be subject to correction by this Line.
Savannah Weekly connection every Thursday.for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every i! In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for insertion in
Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
8a.turday. without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
Sailing days of Steamships are subject to change i, No single shipment taken for less than $1 to Boston, New York Philadelphia and Balti
more. If shipped beyond,they win be charged In addition the single package rates of connecting
INFOlt%J IATION' tXIPPERS. 'i lines and cost of transfer.
tributary to the above add the rates of connectinglines : Stencils shipping receipts and information furnished on application toany ot the agents
To make through rates from points For further Information, If needed, apply to Agents of the lines" or to
to above rates. inches and the weight U, C. D. OWENS, JAMES L. TAYLOR,
The dimensions of the Standard Box for Vegetables are '. *"",*. I Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga. Gen'l Freight Agent, Savannah, G..
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British Colony Roxburgh
Agent for Bale of Lota InKissimmee :r.: j NOW FORMING.
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West Kissimmee andRosalie. === -" = =
City, Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The
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leading railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville.
Also for Lands owned by E j= i
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SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD CO., -j j.. _-- Address


nov2tf : f West} St. Jacksonville

,oooooo ACRES LAND

Corre pondenee Solicited. .. FOR SALE B)

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, Lem- THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY
ons,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane,early vegetables,etc. and are chiefly In the Counties ,
of St.Johns, Volusla, Brevard,Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hillsborough, Polk, Manatee.and
Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located ou them during thepast: SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF
six months. Do not delay If you want them at the present low prices.
The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice,

Sugar Address Cane,all etc.correspondence,and are generally about accessible the above by lands steam to'NTi111am navigation. Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange

: : : Can.n.on, Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,

Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of "orldlPrlce*
SI.23 to>85< per acre according to location.
LAND & OLNMT10N 8.E. :.
For further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka,Fla.

R. TRAFFORD, General .lnnnt'er,

90,000, Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida Chief Clerk, Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager

THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY.Two Jacksonville and Panama ParkReal

hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius often miles. Their high banks
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit ot the
dividing ridge of the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the invalid. es tate; ;
Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating,fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for .
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 CITY AND SUBURBAN PROPERTY A SPECIALTY.Bearing .
of the and other fruits and
orange semi-tropical the tact that both the South Florida
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract make this the most
desirable locality In South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and ,
and Orange ,choice'Building Lots and g .od Garden land near the city for sale.
will be sold
on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers. Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent land in lots of half an acre and upwardsin
ANCLOTE, HERNANDO COUNTY.At good location,for sale on monthly payments to parties who will improve.
:3"Groves planted and taken care of,houses built and improvements made for non-resi '
the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast: high land in full view of the dents.
!rr ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange ffSr.300,000 Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit' trees for sale.
groves,rich bottom land,perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of:liOO .C3-Money to loan on improved property.
4 acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point, after J. S. BELL, Notary Public.
looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church, school saw-mill and all requisites
Office Hours at No. Reed's Block 9 to 11
for ,Bay street City, I rom A. M.
settler. Protected
from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North-
At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p. 1\[ sept29-tl
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Situated on each side of the STATIONS. '- 0 I SO oZ SO oZ I -Z I gzz :-E&ITII:15: : : .L j JT: :) ::j-ODIJC: 'EJ,
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South Florida Railroad and its A A i I"I:' I H _I 8 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.,

LeaveAM I PM; AM AM Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our with
Bartow Branch, R. R. Wharf ...- ......-i..."' ...-...'...-... ...-... out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. oranges JuneS-ly
Sanford....... 0 8 00,_.....-1'' 4 4510 00, 8 2UIBelair.
:.: In the Counties of ......... 3 810''......-i 1571010 8 35
f Longwood... 10 8 23........_ 51510 2.3 915Altamonte ESTABLISIJ 1876.BEAN .
Orange, _I 12 8 ......... 5 2 110 33 938Maltland
_... 15 t 8311.- 53.'>1104,:) 1010
i Polk, : r Winter Park 181 8 451.. ....._ 5 1030 E.
Brevard, Orlando....... 2'21 9 A MI 6 20.1115 1135Kissimmee
.. 9 45 5 20 7 101205I; 15 ,
Sumter, I ItHalnesCttyl

and Hillsborough. : 61110 j 30 I' 6 .P.M......_I.PM....... Commission Merchant and Forwarder
Bartow J'nc 68110 47 6 17........._',......_ 350 ,
83,000 Acres Auburndale 7210571 6 .. ..._'..._... 4 15 Railroad
Lakeland.... 831125: 7 50....._:_...... 5 40 Waycross Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.
of these are NEWLY acqui cd Lands, which Plan City... 931145 8 ...._'......_ 6 35 Branch Packing-House, TVaycross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.
r "'. Setli:1er: _..._...1031210 8 20.....-...i........ 720
having been for several yea is reserved from Ar Tampa... 115 12 PM 40, 925.............._... 8 PM 00 : rn iaga s, :L. erY": c> :n. s..,

sale are now offered. And other Fruits and Vegetables,
! These lands comprise all classes and grades PACKED SHIPPED AND SOLD.
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of South Florida soils High Pine and Oak Wo .0 .o ,.,. : boo Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.

Lands among the Backbone Hills in the famous -4 I, U C? 0 -'= creea :L.e"'" OD.S .

Lake and Hill region of t e Peninsula. < < 8 RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE SHAPE.
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; large areas Tampa.......... 0 2 00 ..._... 580 ._... 6 30 GrwerE; !3"U..pp1ies.Have .
table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak Seffner.-....... 12 2 30'... .._ 6 05 S....... 7 15 a full stock of Growers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
Plant City... 22 2 .... 6 40...._.. 8 20 Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box in use. Beach
undergrowth; Low, well-timbered, Pine Lakeland.. ? 32 3 501........ 7 30 ..._... 9 35 ([Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps, etc., etc., all ol
Auburndale 43 3 40 ........ 8 00 ..._... 10 20 the best quality, and cheaper than the cheapest.
Bartow J'nc 47 3 55 ........ 818 ......_ 1125
Lands Prairie and Marsh Lands in rich
; set (HalnesCltyEClssimmee. 54 4 08.1, 8 35PM ..._... Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car

I native affording good pastures for AM Ar Lv
grasses .. 75 5 00'' 5 40 9 30 2 00 130 Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Orlando..._... 93 5 45 6 35 PM 2 50 3 20 _. -
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Winter P'rkMaltland. 97 5 b7 6 50 ......_ 3 02 350 -- --
thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee, ..... 100 ti 03 6 58 ._ 310 410
Altamonte M 102 6 10 7 10 ........ 3 25 4 37 THE HARTLEY CHAIR CO. CHICAGQ
Winter Haven Bartow, Auburndale Lake- Longwood... 105 6 18 7 ......_ 3 35 5 15tBelalr
......... 112 6 30 7 20........_ 3 50 5 40
land, Plant City, Seffner: Mango, Orient and Ar. Sanford 115Pembertoii 6 40 7 ........_ 4 00 5 55 --
R. Wharf.... I l JVl AXUFACTfUE the y

Dade City. Ferry Brandt.-S.F. R.It.F'st OFFICE LO JNGE. i / 1 BEST Chairs and LIBRARY CHAIR
Lounges in the World. _
For further information apply to Land Department F'st F'st F'st
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and can be rigidly fasten
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,Sanford, Florida.WALTER P.M. A.M A.M P.M. @, ed at any angle,a feature
4 o 5.15 3.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3 9.1075 found only theirgoods.
11 5.-17 4.25 .,.......Owensboro ......... 8.58 8.7764 They are durable A sim
GWYNN, 16 5.58 4.5.5!..........Dade City_......... 8.48 8.0559, pie, with n variety of designs
23 6.17 5.Z5:...........Richland._........... 8.3 and prices to suit.
Janl2-tf General Land Agent.W. 43 7.35 7.15..........._Lakeland_......... 7.40 5.4532 INVALID. If
53 8.00 8.00 .........Plant City..........I 6.5.5 4.3022' ;_ ,1 CHAIR. i j you want a COMFOP.TACLEaml -
,- 63 8.25 8.55".............seiner... 6.25 3.4512 '" ELEGANT piece PARLOR LOUNGE.rND ,
75 8.55 9.50IArrlve_Tampa.Leavel, 6.00 3.00 0 <)f Kt'ItNITTKE, SCO HlClUU'fore

LEDWITH & SOLLEE, Barlow Branch.-Daily. ,N, t They make Physicians''Chairs .. ,
and Reclining ,
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DEALERS I South Bound. Rockers.

REAL ESTATE P TATIONS.Leave.Bartow I SPas.] Pas. Pas.
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Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, ---- I _____
Junction...... .11.10 4.15Leave.Vlnter
Headquarters for Haines City Property. Haven._..._.....0 ., 11.25 4.35
Arrlve-.Bartow............._...... .12.00 5.15
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I Leave Winter 1iaven.......I12| .... ..\10.25!! 3.20
Arrive Bartow Junction| 10.403.35_
1; Healthy, High, Rolling Land with San ford-and Indian- River Railroad. ?, h tlh' h

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17'p.5.17. .......Fort llted........ 7.21 3i i 14
Lots!! on the Highest!! Tract 1 '
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of Land III Tropical Florida. --- --- -- -- -- --
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Daily except Sunday. No. 1 and 2 Daily.
1 rains No. 4, 6, lU and 8 Dally except Sunday.
Haines City is situated half way between Train No. 3 stops at La eland for breakfast.
Sanford and Tampa,and right on the South Trains No. 19 and 20 Daily. Trains No.21! aim
Florida Railroad. It is situated on the Highest 22 Dally except Sunday.
land in South florida-rich,rolling and Connects Sanford with Sanford .uul In- : a
healthy This excellent country lies to the dian River Railroad for Ovideo and point;on
3 southward of large lakes which )protect the Lake Jessup; with the People's Line and
tropical fruit. There is no frost hvire. The. lJeBary- aya Merchants' Line of Steamer*
I fact of the Indians having selected this section for Jacksonville and all intermediate poiuib 1). D. ROGERS. C. u. ROGERS.
t of country as a home demonstrates be- on St Johns River,and with Steamers lor 1 u-
yond a doubt that it is absolutely the richest dian River and Upper St.Johus. I*. I>. ROGERS & CO.
I portion; since it is their aim, on account At Kisslmmee th steamers Fort Myersand ,
; aversion to labor, to find the most fertile Bassinger,and points on Kisslmmee river. DKALKKS IN

I tracts very moderate; thus affording expenditure large of returns labor. from a Railway AtPemberton for all point Ferry North with frlorida East and Southern West, METAL: : : Pt E> C> FJ' : : ]Sf G1r .,

Come and and at Rartow with the Florida} Southern
this before
see town buying else
where. Railway for Fort Meade and points South. Corrugated Iron, Fire Proof Iron Shutter, ftc., Metahc Building Supplies.

F.J. HINSON, Through Tickets sold at all regular station State Agents for E. Van Noonlen & CO'B

i Haines City, Polk County, Fla. points North, East FREDERIC and West.H. RAN D, IVX ETA LIe SI3IN O L 10 S.

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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. ; ;

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest.

First-Class! Passenger Accommodations. HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES :

No TraiiHliipment. **- No Extru Ilun
Cabin Passage, $20 ; Excursion 35.00; Steerage, S1'2, .
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CITY OF MACON, Capf. Kelley ............._..................?..........Thurs-lay, April !5at3:30p m o \y (J':;
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge............................................_.........._Fhurbday, April t.!, at 9t<))0( p. ini d -00
CITY OF MACON, apu Kelley.....................-....._................ riuirHciuv, April 2!), at 2:30> p. m Z O
GATE CITY. Cap Hedge.....................-......................................Thursday, May 6, at 7:30 p. m Q -
CITY OF MACON, Capt.. Kelley...._.....................?..............?.Thursday, May J3, at 2:00 p. m r
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge........... .. .............................?............Thursday, May 20,at 7:30: p. m oc 1 / -
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.................................................-Thursday, May 27, at IKK) p.m rO4
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge........... ................................................Thursday, June 3, at 6:30: p.m ; m
CITY OK MACO: Capt. Kelley.............?............................Thursday, June 10, at 12:30: p. m :.
GATE CITY, Capt. Hodge......................._........._..................._.Thursday:; June 17, at 6:30 p. m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley................................?.............Thursday, June 2J, at 11:00 a. m AR THE IESTINUSE.){
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge...._....?_............,.._.............?............Thursday, July 1, at 5:30 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 October 1885,says: "Of all the fertilizers used on some" 15,000 trees,the Clark'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 full particulars -
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the b s Island Route. t
dec7-tf State Agents.
W. H. RINv. Nickerson's Wharf, Boston. ---
For Freight apply to RICHARDSON &; BARNARD, Agents, Savannah, Ga. -
For Rooms and Tickets apply to vXLJI.A.1\l: : : [ .A.. JBccrFl..E;,

scpl-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 Bay Street, Jacksonville,

TJ: M E -FOR- -Gr-.A.FI.JEJJSr: : eEEJJ.: '

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

betweenSAVANNAH j\ NEW YORK Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat, n: .


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Steamship Company. Comprising ORANGE raJlp| | TREE and VEGETABLE ':"\::1,

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.) FERTILIZER, fsBBn PURE GROUND BONE
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Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y OfK. MURIATE OF POTASH, Jp k SULPHATE POTASH, .

To or from New York, Cabin, $20; Steerage, 810; Excursion (return trip), $32.00. NITRATE SODA, [P KAINIT ETC.
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to.sail as follows: .
FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Prices on application. .. July 27 tiSOOFIELD'S
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CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine............................................Sunday, May 24:30 p. mNACOOCHEEkCaPt.
Kempton........................?..........?................_Tu>sday, May 4- 6:00p.m
Fisher ............?....... .....................................vriday, May 7- 8:00a.: m IRON WORKS .
CITY OK AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson...?.......?.....?........................-Sunday, May 9-10:00 a. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.................................Tuesday, May 11-12:00 m.
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CHATTAHOOCHEE Capt. Catharine ._ .. .. ....Friday, May H- 3:00 p. mNACooCHrE. Depot, MACON I;A. Manufacturers of the old "
: Capt. Kempton...?.................?...................................Sunday, May 16- 4:30 p. m Adjoining Passenger and well known
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher ........................_................?.............Tuesday, May 18- fttX; )p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson............................_...............Friday, May 21- 8:30 a. m SCHOFIELD'S PATENTED :
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett....................................Sunday, May ZJ-IOtJO a. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine......?.....................................Tuesday, May 25-11:30 a. m
NACOOCHKE, Capt. Kempton .........................................................Friday, May 282:00 p. m --
TALLAHASSEE, Capt Fisher..............................?.. ......................Sunday, May 303:30 p. m EMPIRE PREMIUM COTTON PRESSThe


[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.] most substantial, best built, and fastest packing COTTON PRESS on the market. Packs
DESSOUG: Capt. ......_.......... .........................-.-.................Saturday, May 14:00: p. m
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett...._.................?................?............_.....Saturday, May 8- 8:30 a. m SS5nodr'steam'\ :; Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers.
DESSOUG,Capt.- _...............?....._......_..............?.............._.Saturday, May 1>- 4:00: p. m power. All sizes and styles-4 to 100 horse power. Shafting. Pulleys, Hangers Mill GearIng
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett............ ................._.....................? ....Saturday, May '.- 9:00 a. m and Machinery a specialty. Hancock Inspirator, the best boiler feeder known
DESSOUG, 'apt. ..t.._...................................._............?....,-Saturday, May 29!- 2:30 p. m and acknowledged standard. Iron Pipe and Fittings, Engine Trimmings Brass valves,
Whistles, Lubricators, Rubber and Leather Beting, and everything pertaining to Foundry,
THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Machine and Mill Supply business. Address

Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and
the Sea Island Route. J. S. SOHOFIELD & SON Proprietors.
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. ,
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North, East and Northwestvia \
Savannah. For further particulars apply to MACON, GEORGIA. ;

HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL Agent, ..
Pier No.85, North River, New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, GH. ----- -- - - .. ----'--
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street, Philadelphia.J. .
D. HA HAG"N.; nstern.\gent< Sa v., Florida&. Western Ry. Co., 2C1 Broadway N. Y. MA11.I.IN :MA: GA IAT:1J:: :arb-LE: !
For Rooms and Ticket apply to west Ixx The 7Voi :lcaL

H. R. CHRISTIAN GenM. :Soliciting: Agent,6s Hay street.SHERIDAN'S t. ............... ......-"'" n.
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For large or small game 32 calibre,40 grains powder:33 cll.65?..; J
p I 10 cat.c.o. Kr.45cal.70findMgr.: 1'he strongest shooting: ride made a
', Perfect accuracy guaranteed and the only absolutely safe rifle on tne mar
CONDITION reduced.ket. Prices BALLA'DD Gallery.Sportlnc and Tar-
SBis LAI ; crt ll IDes, world renowned. The standard
POWDER for target Shooting, banting, and shooting galleries. All calibres from 22 to 45 Madero
absolutely pure and different styles,prices from 18.00 up. Send Tor Illustrated catalogue.
highly: conC FIRE ARMS CO., New Haven Conn. '
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ounce is worth a il
of any other L n& It-is strictly: a medicine to be given with food. Nothing,on earth will make hens lay li' .fourteen| ; made with one of our 22 calibre rinVs. twenty consecutive shots .
it. It cures chicken cholera and aUd.r Saga of hens. Is worth its weight in gold. Illustrated book'mail shots bad already been tired and no cleaning daring the entire seventy
free. Sold everywhere or sent mail for 25 cents In stamps. 31.4 lb. airtight tin cans. $ trans carry off nearly all the prizes at target matches because they
by: mail. $1.20. Six cans by: express j id,for $5.00. DR. X. a JOHNSON & CO.. Boston Maaa- accurate and reliable. .r



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