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
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June 7, 1886
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Agriculture -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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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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A. 11. DuCortud1'ublishcrt 1 Jacksonville, Fla., Monday, June 7, 1886. JNew Series: Vol. 5, No. 23.

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growth as those of E globulus. Yet, perate zone; and by its form and Dakota; and left their bones in the
iiI'borricul tUI'e. like that of E deliqua, they are not so I ocean surroundings, it partakes largelyof bad lands of the latter region Such

easily satisfied with soil. In theI I an inter-tropical climate. Studied heats, while instigating the immigration -
any from its geological character, its heterogeneousness ; of the paleozoic animals, con-
EUCALYPTUS.- south of France this tree grew to a is equally apparent. It. duced to a spread of plants of subtropical -

The Hardier Species of This Genfus. height of fifty feet in eight years. It arose from the bed of the ocean soon growths, and also to those
In connection with our statement endured the frosts of the milder partsof after the close of the eocene period, that had found refuge during the glacial .

that the Eucalyptus globulus has been England with E. gunnii and E. with but slight commotion,and broughtup period on the borders of the Gulfof
the of that Mexico. The colds that followedand
deposits ocean care-
killed by the recent cold in the northern viminalis. In New Zealand it survivedthe
fully raising them above the effects of evolved the climate of the presentage
half of the peninsula of Florida, cold where E globulus succomed.E. the waves. By reason of the super- destroyed the more tender plants,

and replying to an inquiry concern- amygdalina, E. urnigera, E. cocci- tropical heats and great humidity of and gave habitations to the groups, as

ing hardier species, we have received fera E" rostrata, and E. corymbysa have that period, the vegetation of Florida, we now find them, in the United

the following: *s9f* .',--- ,,-- proved more hardy than E., globulus, if it had any, must have been of an States.
extra-tropical: character ; because, the The total absence in Florida of driftw' :'
E. diversicolos E. E.
resinifera longi-
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: climate of that period allowed sub- deposits, strongly supports the theoryof
Eucalyptus Amygdalina is to be folia and E. melliodora, at Rome, according tropical plants to flourish within ten its almost complete exemption from
hardier than E. globulus. E. H. Hart, to Rev. M. Gildas. This degrees of the arctic circle. the greatest cold of the glacial period ;

of Federal Point, had one or two specimens I species yields a greater portion of volatile That period was followed by a degree and the present finds Florida with a
four or five. feet high grown and oil than of cold equal to, if not exceeding, climate uncongenial to those plan's
(Eucalyptus ) any
. from seed but,have not heard if they
that of Northern Greenland ; during that may have found a home in it
\; survived the great freeze. In parts of other, and is said on this account to which,the plants of polar regions founda during the great cold period ; and in
Australia this tree known as the be the best to subdue malarial effluvia. climate adapted to their growth as nearly all parts of the State they have

Giant Gum tree attains a height of E. gunnii is known as swamp gum far south as North Carolina ; and perished ; leaving behind those we 1 ..
between four and five hundreed feet tree, the mountain variety and in many of them are still found on the now see, strangers, in many instances,
E. gunnii is perhaps the hardiest of Tasmania Cider It is nativeof summits of the Appalachian chain, to all other States, and yet more
as tree. a
( the Eucalypti. It is known particu.larly while the tops of the White Mountains various than them all. In numbers,
] as the Tasmanian Cider Gum." Victoria, Tasmania and New South -
and Adirondacks abound with compared with the rests of the States
G. A. PARDEE. Wales. In fertile low lands it attains them. The cold had its effect upon and Territories, they nearly equal one
t Boston, Mass., May.26, 1886. considerable size and supplies a strong the plants of Florida in killing. very half; and what are mere shrubs in

E. Amygdalina is a native of South useful timber. It survived the frost at much of its tropical growths, as Jo the other regions, are here forced into

Australia where it is vernacularly Kew gardens (London.) The other cold waves of the present day. That trees.During .
; was the great glacial period, which what may be called the
t, known as Brown 'and White Peper- very hardy Eucalyptus are E. pauci- lasted during intermediate years. Ice transition period, between the glacialand

,; mint tree, Giant Gum tree, and as flora, E. alpina, E. urnigera, E. cocci- and snow were piled a thousand feet the present age, ,there must have
one of the Swamp Gum trees. The fera and E. vermicora. deep through all the North, as far : occurred in Florida a degree of heat
ordinary type has narrow beans and a We trust our readers will bear withus south as New England and Wisconsin -I i inimical to the life of many of those
and, moving forward us glaciers, plants that now find their maxima of '
! rough brownish bark. A in this rather formidable of
variety a
or array
they carried clays, sands, gravels, vigor near the 38th parallel-in North
." subspecies, sometimes styled K.: reg- botanical names. We should like to stones, and rocks imbedded in their Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee and
narw, found in sheltered springy forest see these trees given a thorough trial glacial floe. Their course can be Kentucky; and which may have founda

glens, has broad leaves and smooth in all sections of this State, and trust plainly traced in their markings on place of refuge in Florida, duringthe

stem, and attains an exceptional heightof those who have planted any of them the rocks, by the boulders they have glacial period that may have
left, and in the piled-up banks and weeded'-them from her borders, and
over four hundred feet. Specimenshave will write us how the trees are thriv
kettle moraines. the present flora has been left. ,
been cut measuring four hun- ing, if they survived, and what effect Following that glacial period came That portion of Florida lying west
dred and seventy-one feet in height the freeze of the past"winter had upon : one remarkable for fluctuations of: of a line drawn from Jasper, in Ham-

and fifteen feet in diameter. The them, temperature, between extremes of ilton county, to Apalachicola Bay, hasa
? wood is fissile, well adapted for <<< tropical" heats l amidmost arctic colds ; flora but slightly varied from the
shingles, rails, for inner TUB FORESTS OF FLORIDA. the glacierTrijelted where they were, adjoining districts of Georgia and Al ',
building or broke away and floated out to sea abama. Among the timber trees of
. material and other purposes, but it is History and Character of Flora. as icebergs ; leaving their contents this region are the yellow pine, (pinus
not a strong wood. The smaller rou gh The heterogenity of the climate of: wherever they melted or landed. Dur- palustris), the old field pine (pinustrcsda
harded variety has proved lasting for Florida is as manifest in its vegetableand ing those periods of great heats, animals ), the Cuban pine (pines' Cuben-
fence posts. Seedlings raised on barren timber resources, as in its differ- from the tropics, like the elephant sis), cypress, (iaxodium disiichum),and
ences of seasons from other States. In rhinoceros and tiger, hippopotamus live oak, (quercus virens), many of
ground near Melbourne\ liaVc geographical position it is the warmest and tapir drank from the Thamesin which grow to great size. The mag-
shown nearly the same rapidity' hf portion of the North American tem England and the upper Missouri in nolia, (magnolia grandiflora), sweet

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J gum, ((Jiquidamber 8tyraciflua)), white runs for hundreds of miles through a turn yellow, curl and drop off from

bass wood, (tilliapubescens), white oak, heavily timbered country, have madea Ciro'te and Orchard the lower branches upwards.Our .

(quercus alba), water oak, (quercu8 similar contract for planting near special object, however, in now

aausitica), cherry, (cerasus serotina), Charleston: Missouri, one hundredacres
hickory of several varieties,and black of the catalpa as an experiment.This THE NEW INSECT. addressing you, is to call attention to

walnut, (juglan8 nigra), are often they do because, while they own Farther Account of It, by Mr. Hubbard. the extreme danger of the pest being
found of sufficient size for of the finest white oak timber in
milling some The new pest is a small, spread, through the action of good na-
purposes. The china tree, (melia the continent, catalpa ties have stoodon tured who about
persons, carry sample
has their roads for twelve light colored mite, not easily seen ex-
azederach), escaped into the woods, years entirely
of trees affected to show
andis; growing large trees of, valuable unaffected by decay, and the demandfor cept with a magnifyer. It lives and as curiosities -

sofllumber. This is the most valuable ties and for posts of this wood far breeds on the underside of the leaves, to their neighbors. You will

part of the State for lumbering exceeds the present supply. It is esti- where_ its globular eggs may be seen in do good service in bringing this danger

purposes, and except near Pensacola, mated that the new railroads built in scattered attached to the sur- emphatically before the people.It .
the forests are almost untouched.To the treeless States in 1879 requireover groups would be too
the south of the 30th parallel, ten million ties.-Cincinnati Ru face. The mite is closely related to perhaps strong a

as far as 27 30', there is' an increasein ral. the common red spider," Tetranychustelarius measure to draw cordons around the

the acreage of wet lands, and also .. .. and is probably an undescribed infected districts, as is done in the case

of the low grades of sandy I lands, with Forestry. species of the same genus. Its habitsare of cattle disease ; nor are we aware

a decrease in trees large enough for The pre ervation of our forests and similar to those of the red spider. that there is existing authority to do

profitable sawing purposes. The old the extension of timber culture over
it. individual caution should
Certainly .
The is which is best
remedy sulphur,
field and Cubnn
pines pines graduallyfail
the vast prairies of the West is claim- be used in
out, and are replaced by the pond applied with some viscid liquid in the moving trees.
ing universal attention. The effort of
pine, (pinus 8erotina) and upland form of spray. Whale-oil soap solution Respectfully, STAYPLTON& Co.
of the wholesale destruction of our for- LEESBUKO,Fla., May 26, 1886.
pine (pinus inops), no
spruce is an excellent medium in whichto .
value, except, perhaps, they may at ests, which has been pursued from the .
the it is itself
apply sulphur, as a
some time, be employed in making earliest history of the country upon PEACH ON THE PLUM.
powerful insecticide, and, moreover,
fruit and vegetable crates. The yellow our climate and water courses is awak- Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:

pines and live oaks hold their size, ening the people to the serious consideration causes the sulphur contained in the solution Some years ago I budded the Peento -

but are not as plentiful as in the to adhere to the leaves. The peach on stocks of our common wild
Northwest. The white oaks diminishin of measures for future protec- but found that the stock
eggs of the mite are not killed by the plum, provedso
number and size. The cypress is tion and preservation.In slow a grower in comparison with
mixture but the
sulphur remaining on
also less abundant and smaller. Still, the South, where timber grows so the peach that it could not hold the

in this region are many tracts of excellent rapidly that one season's growth is the leaves will kill the mites as they top formed. I put a half barrel filled

timber land On thesea shores hatch. The whale-oil soap solution l with earth about the bud and lower
three in the colder
equal to regions,
may be found some valuable tropicaltrees should be not less than one quarter <>f part of the peach stock, and also lay

yielding highly ornamental with a little care and protection a pound of soap to one gallon of water. ered several limbs, hoping to get the

woods, which may be worked with against fires, we may keep the production peach on its own roots, but failed en-
One pound of sulphur will suffice for
profit by proper machinery and tools. equal to the demand for lum- tirely, although the tree continued to
South of parallel of 37 30'' the five gallons of the liquid. and bear for
ber and timber, but there must be systematic grow two years longer,
yellow pine and live oak are still This mite will cease to give troubleas after which it failed. Possibly the
and continued effort and
found, on the dry ridges, and cypress co- soon as the rains begin, but if dry wild goose plum would do for a stockto
and of fair size in the operation among our citizens and
pond pines grow weather continues much damage will bud upon, as suggested in your pa-
swamps and near the shores. Prob adequate legislation to secure us per, but I think it would be best to

ably all this timber and more will be against the wanton destruction by be done. start with a peach stock, as we know

required for the use of the people who fire and waste by improvident cultiva Its presence on the tree may be that it will warrant success on the

shall live here, and only the increased known by the leaves turning yellowand right kind of soil and with propercare.
tors of the soil.
variety of ornamental woods can be dropping from the branches. The Both my Honey and Peen-to
This of the State The liberality of the General Government
spared. portion leaves when first affected show from trees are now full of fruit.
should not 'be reckoned among the in granting lands to induce W. S. H.

lumbering regions of the country; but timber culture in the great West has the upper side, a line of yellow spots Hawks Park,Halifax River, Fla., May 15th.

it is and will be the best along the midrib. On the underside
ever portionof been the prolific source of fraud and Why bud the peach on the plum?
the State for early gardening and the portions of the leaf attacked become
The itself makes stock in
peach a good
the of and calls for modification, but State and
production semi-tropical
national should soiled by the accumulated excreta this State, and, in our experience, is
sub-tropical fruits.-J.: G. Knapp, in legislation everywhereunite
of the mites and their cast skins
remain than the
Louisville Tradesman. to preserve the country against more satisfactory plum.
4 after the mites themselves have Home from Southern
serious evils that follow the denud grown peach trees

Despised Trees. I II I. ing the mountains, hills and plains of left the leaf. seed compare favorably with the
The Western Oatalpa, formerly little "
Like the red spider, this mite trees of Delaware in
their forest peach or Georgia
known the of the ]lower covering.
beyond region
.. ... .. thrives only in -dry weather, and continued and The
Ohio, except as a few specimens have longevity vigor. only enemy
been grown for the sake of their beau Forestry Congress. rains will cause it to disappear.It the tree has here is the borer, and its

tiful flowers, which resemble somewhat The American Forestry Congress is not a pest that has come to stay, ravages are easily prevented by run-

those of the horse chestnut, has lately wiil hold its fifth annual meeting in although it is capable of doing much ning over the trees two or three timesin

been found to be one of our most val- Denver Col.! in harm while it remains. Its
September, probably16th prevalencethis spring and removing the worms
uable trees. What chiefly commendsit
to 18th. Essays are requested to year is probably due to the debilitating with knife and
in addition to its very rapid growth, a sharp earthing up .
is its remarkable durability. No tree be sent to the secretary, Bernhard E. I effect of the severe frost of the about the collar of the tree to preventthe

is known to be equal to it in this respect Fernone, Department of Agriculture, I past winter upon the trees. Youngand eggs being laid beneath the sur-

It seems to be almost imperishable Washington, D. C.Palmetto. vigorous trees are consequentlyless face. In fact, the peach promises, in
when exposed to moisture and liable to attack than older
trees, Middle and Western Florida least
was formerly much used by the Indians at ,
for canoes. It has been a favorite Paper. although none are entirely exempt. I to be a good stock upon which to work

material for fence and gate posts, and We see it noticed that an attempt Very truly yours, the plum. We have recently seen in

posts are now to be seen which have is to be made to manufacture HENRY G. HUBBARD. Baker county some very fine Kelsey'sJapan

been in the ground from fifty to a hun paper from palmetto fibre, apparently Crescent City, Fla., May 26, 18S8.
plums on peach stocks buds
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dred and show hardly signsof
years, any it still
regarding as a questionable ex- More about the New Insect.
decay. It promises to be a very one year old last August holding a
Years W. H. Gleason Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH
periment. : ago : :
valuable tree for railway ties, and dozen or more perfect fruit, now about
of had some experiments made, the re- Doubtless no effort will be spared to
some our railway companies, espe- the size of hickory nuts. The trees

cially in the West, are planting it extensively sult of which was the finest bank note combat the latest insect pest that has were perfectly healthy, and makingmore

on this account. Hundredsof of being washed with It is
paper, capable come to our groves. described as
vigorous growth than the
acres of prairie land, with not less peach
He furnished visible
out without
disintegration. us scarcely a microscope,
than hundred trees to the upon peach stocks.ED..
twenty-seven with at the time with specimens of four as yellowish green in color and shapedlike ....
acre, are now being set catalpaand
ailanthus trees. The Iron Mountain different qualities from common wrapping an aphis, with long probocis. The The prospect for a full crop of

Railroad Company, whose roads I to the finest and toughest note. effect on the tree is to make the leaves peaches in Nassau.county is excellent


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FOREST PROTECTION.- as much ever-bearing as any, and will : crop. In this pear industry ever perishes growth each year, thus dwarfing the
Forest Trees in the Orange Grove. certainly be an acquisition to our list the disease that will its death tree and robbing it of much natural

The cabbage-palmetto seems pecu- of fruits. Very respectfully yours, will be "surplus." Evorate or can the vitality.
fruit and it is no longer perishable, 4. Allowing the trees to overbearand
the Groves
liarly congenial to G. C. R.
orange. and the whole world will be a marketfor thus exhaust their vitality by a
thrive Rlxford, Florida, 27th.
planted among palmetto trees May
it. Unless
surplus over and single crop of fruit.
We have received the mulberries.
quite as well as in the open ground, [ above that part of the crop which is 5. By deficient and improper culti
and the latter afford great protectionfrom Though not fully ripe, they have a eaten from the hand is provided for, vation.

wind and cold. In many of the fine sub-acid flavor -ED.] the pear will not long command any On the other hand, the conditions of
I I I .-*-. value. If this surplus is preventedfrom success in peach growing are :
along our Atlantic coast
orange groves The LECONTE PEAR. destroying its value by proper 1. An elevated location that is not i
from the Halifax northward, the pal- and late frosts in the
handling preservation, our people subject to spring or
metto trees have been left What is the Future of this Fruit to Be ?
standing, and our railroads are destined to draw early frosts in the fall.
and it is largely due to this fact that The LeConte pear has a potential rich dividends from this marvelous 2. A warm and moderately fertile

the trees in this section were affected value amazingly large if it is wisely fruit-Thomasville Times. soil that is well drained by nature.
handled. In a few the yield e4 Artificial '
years drainage ove successful
may p
BO slightly by the cold last win I
severe will be great indeed, and its future as Fruit Notes. but its utility has not yet been
ter. A line of forest trees runningeast a wealth producer to our people and a For the highest success small fruits : fully demonstrated in this region.

and west, of ordinary height, will freight producer for railroads will be need a very rich soil, full of "humus"or ,, 3. Thorough cultivation, without
completely protect orange trees from i 1 I l largely determined by those interestedin vegetable matter, with abundant manure, until the trees come into bear-
injury from cold for a distance of I its cultivation along the S., F. & moisture and no weeds. The moisture ing, then combine the two so as to supply -
I W. Railroad. One acre in LeConte comes from a rich soil that holds it all the depletion produced in the
about sixty feet on either side, or, in pears will produce as many pounds of somewhat easily, and then is aided by soil by the growth of trees and fruit.

other words, orange trees between lines freight as two hundred acres in cotton. frequent culture, mulching or irriga 4. Never let a tree overbear.
of forest trees one hundred and fifty Count ten bushels to the tree and fifty tion. New beginners should start witha 5. Continue cultivation until the

apart will have entire immunity from, trees to the acre, and at fifty poundsto small plant, and particularly so when close of the dry season every summer,
injurious result. In sections where the bushel, we have twenty-five short of capital. even if it continues until September.-
thousand pounds of freight. Now a The quince is a fruit too much neg- Michigan Horticulturist.
orange trees generally v ere cut to the bale of cotton to four acres will giveus lected. It is about as easy to grow as .--- --

ground the past winter, which has on two hundred acres, fifty bales, the pear, but it needs saw and manure, Boxing Pear Trees.
been the coldest since 1835. trees thus and this at five hundred pounds to the and not fence-corner attention. Good In planting my orchards I have

protected did not lose their leaves. bale will yield twenty-five thousand quinces usually sell at high rates com- noticed that those trees which are

The time is far distant pounds of freight. Evaporate the pared with other fruits, though that, planted on a northwestern exposureand
not when pear and we get six pounds to the doubtless, is because they are scarce, are protected against the eveningsun
throughout the northern portion of bushel, and in this shape one acre is and not in demand for eating out of which I have found injurious in

the orange belt forest trees will be equal to twenty-four acres in cotton. hand. The market would break down almost every instance, are exempt

planted in orange groves for this pur- This view of the question is importantto were quinces as plentiful as apples. from blight. Other gentlemen have
pose. What broad leaved rapidgrowing our people and should attract the The value of ashes in the orchard is made tho same tests. Their experience -
thoughtful attention of the S. F., & fast becoming understood. We have has corroborated mine. I be-
shapely evergreen tree is' best W. Railway authorities. Intelligent seen the good effect of ashes on peaches lieve our pear trees, and I am sure our

adapted to this purpose? How would forethought is statesmanship, no mat in the last five years as we had never cherry trees, would be benefitted by
the Carolina cherry or ,olive do? We ter whether the sphere in which it is observed before. Now comes the ver boxes around them, protecting them

have many trees which answer this dis- exercised be on a large scale or on a satile Rose Terry Cook in Gardner's from the rays of the evening sun.
small one, and without this the resources Monthly and says : The sides of trees with the southwestern -
scription that take the :
except they of a country are of little value. I observe that y 'u and your corre- exposure, show a blighted surface,
same elements from the soil as the The man who measures his own spondents frequently have somethingto indicating a mischievous influence. If

orange, which would render the laborof strength, and with aid of a knowledgeof say about the peach curl.] Allowme I were to plant an orchard of any sizeI

trenching necessary to keep their his own powers, intelligently directshis to contribute a little bit ot ray ex- would box every tree.-Dr. Hope, in

roots from taking the nourishment efforts, is apt to prosper, and the perience.Last the TV orld. .
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. same thing is true of everything else, year I bought of Ellwanger &
from the trees.MULBE1tItIES.. The Plum Cnrcullo.
orange ..-.*. government, railway management or Barry some strong, thrifty young Editor FLORIDA DISPATCHI
voluntary organization for agricultural peach trees, and set them out properly, notice the article in your last issue ,
industrial or commercial purposes. for, though I am an amateur, I know
A New Variety of Superior Excellence. on the plum curculio. My father, P.
How best to preserve and make per. enough for that. They all flourished,
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: manent its value is the problem which but about midsummer the leaves crin- B. Follansbee, of Andover, Mass., has

I notice in this,week's number of the invites solution at the hands of those kled up, and had unmistakable "curl" quite a nursery, in fact,the largest one

DISPATCH a communication signed L. now having the destiny of this won- all over. I have great faith in wood in that vicinity. He saves his plums

H. A. on mulberries, in which he derful fruit in their keeping. Will ashes, and as we use a wood-burning (has had a perfect crop ever since I
of the they solve it in time or will they wait furnace, have plenty of them. So I
speaks Downing Ever-bearing remember
by building picket
can a
until it is too late-until the heavy had the ground about each tree well
as the only variety worth cultivatingfor fence around his plum orchard and
burdened trees shall become an em- mulched with them, and slightly forked
fruit. If I knew his postoffice ad- phasized reproach to growers for lack them in. The effect was surprising ; keeping his hens confined therein.

dress I would send him a specimen ofa of intelligent foresight. If this fruitis in a very short time all those curled They eat every beetle, bug and worm

variety that I am cultivating, whichis indiscriminately plucked and ship- leaves straightened out, grew fresh that dares enter the enclosure. I send
ped, markets overstocked and the and and never had another bit
cupidity strong
considered by all who have tasted this it he of to
thinking may use some
of fruit dealers allowed to run of curl to them all summer. I find
them as superior in every way to the it down in the markets, its story will wood ashes very good for currants. I of your many readers. A. O. D.

Downing. I send you a sample of be a short one. On the other hand, if have almost exterminated the currant Stoneham, Mas. May 23, l IAAI}.
e 4
them by mail. Of course, they are proper organization be effected among worm from my bushes by an abundant Destroying Curculio.

not fully ripe, as they would not reach pear growers, it can made a fixed and mulch of this kind ; and my'raspberries There is no use in trying to poisonthe

in good condition if they permanent source of revenue. Per- grew enormously under the appli curculio by spraying plum trees
; haps the wisest thing for them to do cation of wood ashes every fall and
but you will see their size. They are with water containing Paris green or
Fruit Recorder.
be to organize, as the orange spring.-The London The little which
purple. pest
remarkable for their acid flavor which of Florida ..----
growers have done, a Le makes it crescent shaped incisions in
as L. H. A. says, "is wanting in the Conte Pear Association. By doing Peach Culture. the plum, does not do it by eating, but
Downing," as well as the lack of that this the crop, in advance of its gath- The conditions of failure in peach only stings the fruit.' As it never eats
ering can be determined, dealer can growing, concisely stated, are :
peculiar flavor, which is objectionableto in its perfect form, no poison can
be induced to come and buy on the 1. A wet soil, or one that from any effect it. But if sheets
are spread
many. In fact, if one did not know trees or fix orders and dates of shipment cause holds water around the roots of under the trees and the latter then

what he was eating, he would not like- and places of destination. As the tree, whether the land i is situated jarred, the curculio will drop off and

ly think it was a mulberry. The pa- an essential part of this protective organization high or low. can be easily caught and destroyed.Ex. .-

rent tree is a chance seedling, and arrangements evaporating and canning 2. Excessive fertility, while the trees .
establishments should be started at are young, whether it be secured in ---. -
are being'made to
put cut- convenient points for the purpose of the natural conditions of the soil or by Between free wool and free dogs
tings and trees on the market. The putting in condition for indefinite the ingenuity of man. there is little hope for sheep husbandry -

tree is a rapid grower, bear early, is keeping the surplus part of each year's 3. Severe cutting back of the young in this country.J' .

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The Fruit Kxchance. is this true of Fresno county, where an rich. Do not say that that day is
In your last issue I find article increase of at least fifty per cent. over ploridiana.lOur past" ; "What man has done, man can

I last year is confidently looked for. do. It is not easy to start without
"Disappointed Orange Shippers.
Whereas the raisin output of this capital ; success in such case means
think the parties have taken a step in county was 120,000 boxes for the last Migratory Population.It long days of arduous toil. and a pinching -

the right direction. This article season, this year it will undoubtedlyreach is the design of many people com- economy that spends not. a cent for

should guard each and all of your 180,000 boxes, and there will be ing to Florida-those who come hereto luxuries, and the least possible amountfor

readers against ever entrusting their no difficulty in disposing readily of call it home-to spend their sum- the necessities of life. If this seems

every box which is properly cured and mers in the North. They are not acquainted hard, what can a poor man do else-
fruit or any other business to Gerber where ? The
packed. with the advantages of a res chance is no better on

and Signaigo, of St. Louis. Why do From Southern California come reports idence here during the time they are the western plains, while in the older

not the planters of the various differj j that already contracts are being absent, and in accordance with their settled States of the North the best he

ant communities organize associations, made for the coming orange crop, andas original plans, without even giving it can hope for, with ceaseless industry,is

adopt trade marics, appoint agents high as three dollars and fifty cents a thought or listening to anything to to support his family and allow his

per box for choice varieties is being the contrary, skip off to either their children a common school education.
from themselves and endeavorto
among offered and taken for the fruit on the old homes or some overcrowded hotelsat --moo. .

secure to the producer his proper trees. Some growers, however, refuseto some watering place, while those FLORIDA Lake DISPATCH Worth Items.Editor :

proportionate share of the value of bind themselves to accept even so who better understand it stop rightat The earliest shipment of tomatoesto

his fruit Why is it the producersdo good a price as that, and anticipate home, and are contented. Of market this from Lake Worthwas

not to a man take hold of the getting one dollar or one dollar and course, this migration has its effect on year
fifty cents per box more when the fruit business ; everything is, in a measure, made on the 15th of January.This .

"Florida Fruit Exchange" and en- shall have come to maturity. at a standstill, while if the money thatis it will be remembered, was just

deavor to correct any errors made in spent on these summer trips was expended three days after the January freeze.
the first effort inefficient officers The "Peach King" of America. in their communities
remove or one- From
that date to the first of May
or unworthy agents, if such there John H. Parnell, brother of the half of it put into improvements, what up
the fruit and
Irish is in results would follow. vegetable shipments to
agitator, a peach grower grand
be? Properly and natron-
managed Georgia. His great peach forest is That people should take an occasional Jacksonville markets and beyondwere

ized, a grand success could be made. described as containing acres and acres recreation from business is right; the following:

The different communities organized, of ground, stretching indeed into that a trip North is advantageous to a Bushel crates of beets, 6; potatoes,

and efficient agents to act in concert miles, covered with every variety of person every few years we do not deny;
10 plant 25 tomatoes 2,611
; egg ; ;
but those who consider Florida their
with the Fruit Exchange, as a grand tree. The trees, whicn number 150- as
000 twelve feet and residence and make cabbages, 3,061; limes, 4,800.
head would surely save to the are planted apart, a practice, year
grower are kept trimmed to the ground, so after year, of going North, they are There were, besides these, some

thousands of dollars. that a person standing can pick the the people who are working against pumpkins and watermelons shippedin

Let each association make their reports rosy fruit from its fastness. When the their own interests and those of the bulk. This yield is very far short

the DISPATCH first blush the cheek of community.The .
through prior to comes upon
of what it would have been with suit
the opening of next season's shipping.It the dainty beauties one hundred men, cry of hard times i is usually
wrmen and children are set to work, heard the loudest in the fall months, able seasons. The cold snap in Jan-
should be cite
our pleasure to our each armed with a flat basket, return- sometimes accompanied with condem- uary both delayed and diminished the

friends to honest, good commission ing to the rendezvous when the bottomis nation of the State. Now, what legitimate yield, but the effect of that cold upon

merchants, and let us contemn the ras covered. Thus they keep on day business in a Northern town of our crops has not been probably one-

cals. Agitate, organize and protect after day until the season: is over. The the size of Eustis, or farm adjacent,
fourth has that of the
ourselves. PLANTER. story of Mr.\ Parnell's is will> permit the proprietor to be absent as great as

Rockledge, Fla.,June 1,1886. briefly this: He invested $1000 on I four or five months in the year, and at drought-in some directions not one-
.. .
his plantation. He has spent over an expenditure twice or three times tenth as great.Shipments .

California Fruit Outlook. $8,000 since in trees, seeds and labor. what he would be forced to sustain after the first of Mayare

The San Francisco Chronicle thinks Upon this investment he makes from had he remained at home?
expected to include a thousand or
# there is small probability of an in $8,000 to $10,000 a year, and would Of course, this will not continue always -
sell his forest for less than it will be found out fifteen hundred bushel crates of toma-
crease in the fruit crop in the aggre- not peach ; gradually (
$600,000.Exchange. that it is better to stay in Florida dur- J toes, but the above figures are correctup
gate over notwithstandingthat
year ing the summer than leave a pleasant to date.

considerable increased acreage Pomegranates.We home for an indefinite kind of exist- Yours

will come into bearing. The qualityof believe there is more money in ence, and pay three-fold for the privi respectfully, .
the fruit, however, promises excep-- pomegranates on a small scale than lege. When this comes, the march of
other fruit in Florida. No Lake Worth,Dade Co., Fla.,May,1886.
any grown
will with strides
well and from improvement go on
tionally present pros- *-*-<
freeze will hurt them and
they require never before known, even in this phe- Mild Climates for Delicate People.
pects, so far as size and flavor are concerned hardly care and sell well not only
any nomenal State. They will not only callit When cold weather is
there will be nothing to be de in the home market but in the North. home, but feel that it is home; andto much moisture in the accompaniedby air, it acts

sired. A number of new canneries are The tree requires plenty of fertil- our present prosperity, for even with most the
depressingly on nervous system -
under way and will be completed in izer if good fruit is expected. The this great drawback we are, indeed, of sensitive delicate persons.
rind of the fruit is andis
very astringent will be .added the benefitsof
time to haIfdle this year's crop, while prosperous, There are at least two reasons for
used in the tropics as a cure for .
thousands of dollars in
keeping our this: One is the absence of the sun'srays
there is increased the
an inquiry as diarrh, boiled into tea, and in Asia own community that have heretofore : and heat which
best methods of drying and canningthe that and the bark is used for tanning, been taken out.-Eustis Lake Region. act as the powerfulbut
healthful stimulants to
fruit at home by those who are as making the finest variety of leather, --. .--- it normal
ous system, keeping up to a
which is much prized in Europe.
too remote from of the large other is the
yet any standard of activity the
Sherbet made from the pulp is A Home in Florida. ;
establishments to be able to profitably direct loss of bodily heat by a cold,
palatable. Mr. W. Newbold, livingnear W. C. Steele, of Switzerland, Florida -

dispose of their fruit thereat. Crescent City, used to ship a in a long and interesting relationof moist atmosphere delicate deprived of sun-do
the fruit New York and light. Sensitive, persons
Contracts are being made for apri- quantity'of to
his in Florida the
experience to not generally manufacture so much
cots at an advance of from fifty to he assured us that he always got good whenever it is abstracted -
prices. The fruit will in Farm and Fireside takes occasion to heat as others, and
grow any
sixty-five per cent. over the prevalentrates part of the State, it can be planted to correct a remark of a lady correspondent by cold too rapidly the person

of last year, while cheering reports make handsome hedges.-Palatka of that paper "that it is useless to suffers great depression, and all the
have already been received of News. functions of the body are lowered.
do in Florida
attempt to anything unless defective
Circulation becomes ,
the success met with in placing the "
Going Barefooted. you have $1,000. He says : tion less vigorous, breathing embar-
in the Eastern market.
coming pack
The London Lancet that chil- "With all due respect for the lady, rassed, the muscles disinclined to
Flom one and a half to two and a half says action and the nervous system de
dren who are allowed to barefooted I must say that I am sure that she is ,
cents per pound is already being enjoy almost perfect immunity go from mistaken. It will make things much ranged. Heaviness of spirits, gloomy

agreed upon as the price to be paid the danger of "cold" by accidental easier for a newcomer if he can bring views of life, listlessness and languor

for apricots, and other varieties of chilling of the feet, and they are alto- $1,000 with him. But thousands of prevail. It'such persons could be
northern settlers did have transported to a milder climate the
gether healthier and happier than not near
fruit will bring equally good prices.In I
them and
those who, in obedience to the that amount when the came to Florida load ,
some cases, however, a largely usagesof life. If this cannotbe
and in they would enjoy
social life, wear shoes and stock- they are now very Com-
augmented yield is expected. Notably : ings. fortable circumstances, many bf them dole, the best thing is to so far






strengthen and harden the body and' brought down to the spot, the fish of. tages there. It-is fully expected that onions shipped here from Northern

invigorate the will so as to become ir- the bays and inlets of Florida will become twenty-five cottages there will be com markets, being very large and perfect.
responsive to the weather.-Herald of known all over the United States, menced in the next thirty days.
Health. The St. Augustine Press thereis
: and the green turtle that has come says
ashore to lay will in an The Ocala Free Press says : "We a scheme on foot in that city that
Have eggs put
Home. ap-
a pearance in the market of Chicago. believe in giving all enterprises and will throw the San Marco and the

Have a home of your own some- -.-..- monopolists justice when they deserve Ponce de Leon hotels entirely in the
where. Buy a piece of land, and own Fish for Florida. it.Vill this editor tell us when and back ground, and is no less an enter-

it. But it with the determination to On the 13th instant the United under what circumstances "monopo prise than the purchase of the entire

keep it as long as you live, and leave States Fish Commission sent out a car lists" or anybody else should be denied track of land on the west bank, con-

it to your heirs. If you have no money, load of young shad to stock the rivers "justice 2"s of a thousand acres of land, of

except what you can earn yourself, running into the Gulf in Florida. This Bartow Informer: A white mock- the St. Sebastian river, and laying it
scrupulously save and lay asidea will embrace the Choctawhatchie, ing bird was captured in Bartow, out into parks, groves and artificial

part of your income until you have Chattahoochee, Escambia, Blackwaterand Thursday. It is purely white, all lakes, and made the home of wealthy

enough to pay for a piece of land. To erdido rivers.-Florida Herald.STATE over, though it came from a nest of and prosperous people, and on which
be the owner of a homestead will havea another
mammoth hotel will be
ordinary birds. Mr. Cabiness has it,
beneficial effect
character.It .
upon your ITEMS. erected.
will increase and prizes it very highly. It is a curious -
your self-respect, your freak of South Florida Sentinel The FLOR-
confidence in yourself. You will feel About 25,000 quarts of strawberrieswere nature. :

that you have a substantial position, shipped this season from Orange The Bartow Informant says : "Kil IDA DISPATCH, of Jacksonville, comes
to hand with a new head and other
and something at stake in the commu- ling frosts destroyed fig trees as well
improvements. Colonel D. Redmond
nity. The habit of which well fruit" in that Our ,
saving you first supply of watermelons for as vicinity. who has made such an excellent editor -
will have formed in the Jacksonville fig trees here at Jacksonville
saving money to market arrived last were uninjured lately retired and succeededby
purchase a piece of land, will itself be week from Lake Worth. by the cold, though the fruit Air. A. H. Manville was who has
valuable to It will aid was destroyed but is ,
now replaced
you. you great- by
Three cows of Mr. H. C. Bryan, of shown considerable' ability in the edi
ly in acquiring other property and be- as full a crop as we have ever known.
Marianna\ Jackson torial since the
county, were bitten management mounting
coming The
independent of
; tendency mad Tallahassee Floridian It has been The DISPATCH is
by a dog and since died. : tripod. a splendid
this is to make self reliant
you more
demonstrated at Tallahassee this devoted
to Florida
sea paper, principally
ambitious industrious The Wesleyan Institute at Orlando
,more ,more care- ,
son that raspberries can be in agricultural and fruit interests and
grown ,
ful and better citizen. has been stock
a -Florida by a com
Florida. Captain Dyke, on his Le- for that reason is an invaluable periodical !-
Chautauqua. and its name to the
pany changed
Conteville place had number of Floridians.
.. South Florida Seminary. a to
bushes that bore, and from
we picked
dunning' Tournament at Tallahassee, Orlando Record: The Jacksonville
Strawberries are selling in Norfolk, bushes in our garden as fine raspberries -
The fifth Inter-State Tournament Herald mentions the arrival of onions
Virginia at three cents and I
a quart, as we ever saw.
under the auspices of the National five cents in Washington, and from Egypt in that city. There have
green An enthusiastic cultivator of the been picked and on the road three
Gun Association will be held the peas at fifteen cents a peck.
tree in has months
pecan Georgia a bearing yet are bright and sound.
grounds of the Middle Florida Agri- The LeConte pear trees in Mr. grove, and claims to have sold 11.! : This is not the first lot of onions received -

cultural and Mechanical Association, Levy's garden at Tallahassee are so bushels of nuts for $45. Jefferson I in Florida from the Nile. It is

at Tallahassee, on June 21st, 22d and heavily laden with fruit that the limbs county can produce as many bushels almost a yearly occurrence. It is absurd -
23d. The Vice-President and have to be propped to keep them from from one tree, and has done it. This too, as better onions can be raised
general the ground. valuable tree can be made a big bonanza in Florida. The Bermuda is a superior .
manager of the National Gun Associa in Middle Florida. onion' to the
Egyptian productand
Captain of Ft. has
Hendry, Myers,
tion has ordered the traps, tents, etc., commenced the construction of a canal I Eustis Lake Region: It has been yield fully as well on equally as

shipped to Tallahassee for the occa- from Lake Flirt to the Caloosahatche estimated by two well known businessmen ]rich son}. We have seen as fine onions

sion. Two thousand live pigeons have river. The lake is three feet higher of Eustis that at least $50,000 J grown on pine and hammock land in

been secured, and ten thousand clay than the river. will be spent by Eusticians and people 'this State as any imported from the

pigeons will be on hand. Clubs from The Orlando Record asks that all}1 l'living in the vicinity this summer, Mediterranean.
fish and snake stories sent in for publication traveling in the North. The early Monticello Constitution: A few
South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and I to be subscribed and sworn to fall months are when we hear the days ago we made a visit to Mr. Abe

Florida will enter the contest for the "merely to show that the writers will loudest cries of hard times. Simon's plantation near town-more

inter-State medal. : not only lie but swear to it !1" The Apopka Citizen considers the particularly to look at his vineyard.
effort to suppress the debauchery and We found it in excellent condition,
Florida Arrowroot. An artesian well at Cedar Keys has vice of the Morman system as a viola and the vines loaded with the delicious

Florida arrowroot is equal to the reached a depth of 800 feet, bored tion of Religious freedom He should fruit. The yineyard covers betweentwo

best Bermuda ; as yet, it has been nearly the whole distance through read again the history of the mountain and three acres, and Mr. S. is so
chiefly grown for starch and food for solid rock, and water has not yet been massacre before he invokes "re well pleased with the experiment that

home consumption, but will probably struckIt ligious freedom" to cover adultery, fornication another season its dimensions will be
be soon an article of export. A sample is said that M.\ F. Plant, son of perjury and treason. enlarged several acres. It is a valu-

of wild jute, roughly prepared, wasa the railroad magnate, has purchased I Halifax Journal: J. Mitchell hasa able property and can be made very

short time ago taken to Dundee, property at Fort Gates, Putnam handsome eight- -old olive tree remunerative. The present season it
where it was valued at ninety dollars county, and that a magnificent winterresidence full of fruit. We believe year it is the firstto is his purpose to ship grapes by the

per ton. Two crops/ can be grown during for his father will be erected bear on the coast. Lewis Rogerswounded car-load to New York; Philadelphia,

a season, and improved machinery thereon. a pelican sufficiently to Baltimore and other. cities.

has lately been invented for preparingthe Sanford citizens have subscribed ture him. The bird recovered, and cap i is Orlando Record : Seventy crates of

fibre. The plant grows vigorouslyon ] $1,400 towards building the cigar factory now the most conspicuous member of cucumbers from less than one-third of

low wet soil,and is difficult to erad at that place, and the land on : the family at Sea Breeze cottage. an acre of land is the record made bya
icate when once planted. It is be which to build it has been donated by farmer at Clearwater Harbor this
lieved that Florida is capable of pro the Florida Land and Colonization The Jacksonville Citizens' GasLight At Panasoffkee the
ducing all the jute required in the Company. Company has purchased Dr.Cloud's year. vegetable
shipments amount to from one thou-
United States, at presented importedfrom Captain C. E. Dyke, on his Le and thus Ediston circumvented electric the light authorities plant,, sand to fifteen hundred crates a week.

Calcutta at a cost of many mil Conteville place, is said to have the in their city From March 1st to April 10th there
lions of dollars attempt to secure
annually.AmericanLetter. comp
finest corn crop in Leon county. tition in lighting the city. It is a were shipped by freight 4,190 crates
> < Good for the old nestor of the Florida shrewd business of the and barrels of vegetables, and by express -
Florida Fisheries. press May he long live to enjoy gas light to compel the 5,000 quarts of strawberries; 627
The Western his rural retreat company pay barrels of cabbages and 2,490 packages
World of
Chicago, ment of past dues and remunerativeprices
says: The fisheries of the Gulf and In The Ocala Press says : Guava for future supply. of general vegetables, making a total

dian river, Florida, have always at lt trees in the Peace river country are 'of 11,900. Last year's shipment
tracted attention. It is among the blossoming out in fine shape, and the Mr. H. J. Bond has for several amounted, altogether, to only 6,399

most prolific of fish-producing waters, indications are that there will be a years been experimenting with the, packages. The Florida cotton crop
fine \ culture of onions, with of ascertaining for the season of 1885-86
and oysters there are especially fine. crop. Mangoes and other tropical i- was 255,000
Grand schemes have been formed for fruit are also doing well. the variety best adapted to this cl 1- acres, and 260,000 acres for the season
mate. The result of his labors is entirely of 1886-7. A cabbage
utilizing the take, but little could be The Pablo has sold weighing forty-
company fifty- satisfactory. The
done present season two and one-quarter pounds has been
while Indian river remained three lots at the beach in the last six
planted half of the
an Merritts
acre Island
closed. grown on the Indian
When the
refrigerator car is i weeks to parties who will erect Bermuda
co variety, and they excel all river country.



yet in'their theatres they go wild over Farming at the South" and Whitner's bly, and in this direction this little

F lIlI11 and Qauden, the acts in Uncle Tom's Cabin, when "Gardening in Florida." treatise will be useful to all who will

they neither feed nor clothe as well as study its pages.
TROPICAL FOOD PLANTS.A the South did, and punish them with Guide to the Raising of Vegetablesfor The former is a finely illustrated

Brazlllian's Experience.itor :: greater severity. You are correct in Northern Markets is the title work published by the Orange Judd

of FLORIDA DISPATCH: the quantity and quality of food givento of a very valuable treatise from the Co. The latter is from the press of

Being recently from Brazil, I en- slaves along the coast country, but pen of Dr. A. Oemler, President of Chas. W. DaCosta, Jacksonville.Both .
the Chatham County, (Ga.,) Fruit
the article the initials R. in the interior of the
joyed works
over empire they get and Vegetable Growers'Association.The are kept on sale by Horace

E. P., and having my first experienceon neither carne secca nor toucentro, nor author is a practical horticul- Drew, Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla.

the coast country, north of Rio de nor farinho, nor bananas. What, then, turist of long experience ahd writes of Price, $1.50 each.Irrigation.
Janerio, in the Province of do sustain life and .
Epirito they give to to what he thoroughly understands. The Florida.
Santo two years, and seventeen yearsin keep them healthy and strong? I an-
book has
chapters on Labor. Soil Unlike California, Florida has no
the Province of San Paulo beans and mush. Whatever I
as a swer,
and its Preparation. Manures, their I mountain ranges from whence flow
planter, gives me an opportunity of they that it them-
get over they supply
kinds and uses. Rotation of Crops. perennial streams to refresh the valleys
correcting some small errors in the ar- selves, as they get all the saint days,
Weeds. Seed and Seed Sowing. Hot- below, nor is she afflicted with the
ticle above mentioned. and are allowed to work on Sunday,
Beds. Cold-Frames and 'Weather. long rainless seasons which render
The banana is certainly very nutri- and by that means they get a good,
Transplanting. Water Watering f these waters the sole dependence for
tious and productive but the plantain meal about week. Dur-
square once a
Packing and Markets. Insects and vegetation. We have rains summer
(coarser and larger), is a superior food ing pumpkin time they get small their Remedies. The chapters on and winter which afford substantial
plant ; the former is used without cook- pumpkins, and the top of the vines
manures, is of great value to everyone reliance for the nourishment of vege-
ing, the latter is roasted baked and cooked and kind of called
or up, a greens
cultivates a'square rod of soil. tation. But while these afford reason-
scarcely ever eaten otherwise. Below coveys, and wild herbs; but they are
Then follows a list of standard vegetables able reliance, they are not subjectto
the coast range of mountains, the banana careful not to select the poisonouskind
with the best methods of culti- the will of man and frequent neces-
and plantain find their highest ; so they never exclaim, as one of vation which
repeated experimentsand sities arise when an immediate con-
productive power, in consequence of old, "Oh thou good master, there is have
long experince developed. trol of water may be made to increase
the uniform rains and the entire absence : death in the "
pot. There is also a description of the insects and precipitate vegetation to imme-
of frost and there they are especially In select localities I am induced to
which prey upon the various diate and great advantage.Of .
beautiful and truly ambrosial.In think the banana and the
plantain can
plants and the remedies for the same. flowing streams and inland
Rio de Janerio my attention was be produced as well in Florida as on
Although the general scope of the waters we have the most abundant
directed to the cheapness of the fruit, the high table lands in Brazil, and the
work is intended the
to apply to supply, but our conparative flat coun-
as I purchased the best and largest bunch beans which used uni-
are so
Southern States in it is
general, a try does not admit of the California
bunches for twenty-five and thirty versally through that country. book that should be in the library of system of irrigation. We have, how-
cents. Now, Mr.\ Editor, in regard to the
truck-farmer in Florida and
every ever, close at hand, underlying the
In the Provinces of San Paulo and mandioca known here the
root, as cassava -
be studied with
nay profit by everyone entire subterranean waters which are
Minas-Gires above the mountains, the it is considered the most productive '
who raises garden sass" for his reached with little expense.and which
fruit is not so good, the result of cold plant that grows in the earth, andI
table .
own only."GARDENING afford a more failing supply of waterat
nights and mornings in Juno antI July am inclined to think it has a great
times available above the sur- .
and the lack of rain from April to future in Florida as a palatable food. IN FLORIDA.-A Treatise -
on the Vegetable and Tropical face. Herein lays a mine of wealth,
September, but the trees grow to the The manufacture of it is easy, and the .
Plants of Florida, by J. A. Whitner health and comfort which has just
same size as they do below the mount- cultivation arduous. In "
by no means A. M be
began to appreciated, as in the in-
ains. The Dwarf banana is a distinct the from the
expressing juice massa This is a revision and .enlargement stance of our Daytona settlers referredto
species, which produces the largest have but little trouble in
you making 'of a former treatise by the same author in our last,

bunches, frequently I have seen the the farinho/ and starch ; but the proper I and is a work of great value to Nor is it necessary always to reach
ends of the bunches touch the kind is here.
ground, not 'all who are engaged in vegetable cul- the fountain which will afford flowing

they are called Banana da Terra, the The dipe which I have seen here is ture in Florida, whether for the mar- waters, as at our city water works, at

frost delicious is called Banana de Oti- eaten like a potato, but the poisonouskind kets, or merely for home consumption.It St. Augustine and Cedar Keys, where

ro, or Gold Banana, the latter is usedas called mandioca braba, is the shows how (some) of the difficultiesof great depth and much outlay is re

dessert and often taken on the plate most productive, richer in food, starch self support may be overcome by quired. Drive wells may be inserted

and eaten with dinner, which gives and acid. I have cultivated both the man of small means while he is and with little expense through the

quite a"zest to the meal. kinds in the Province of EsperitoSanto endeavoring to provide a home for his aid of wind mills. Abundant water
all times be secured and
The Province of San Paulo is con- and made the farinho and starch, family. The section on manures and may at ,
through the same inexpensive and
sidere4 the best province in Brazil ; it and the baju, from which the tapiocais irrigation are worthy of special study simple agency the waters from our

extends to the coast, and has the ad- made ; and if I had the means I by all tillers of the soil. An important numerous springs, streams and lakes,

vantage of other provinces on accountof i would introduce and establish a plant and valuable feature of the work is mey be made available for irrigationin

its adaptation alike to coffee, sugar- I that would prove a valuable addition I the analysis of plants which it gives, all seasons of drought.The 4 .

cane, cotton, rice, beans, potatoes and to Florida's resources. J. L. M.\ thereby enabling the grower to see just Early Gulden Potato.

vegetables, and, indeed, all of the trop--! Orlando, Florida,May. .28th. what kind of plant food in the shapeof Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH :

ical fruits. GAKlJKNING.Valuable fertilizer each one needs. In relation to the keeping qualitiesof

The coffee is cultivated alone by Besides a long list of vegetables, suchas the Early Golden Sweet Potato, as!

slave labor, and without it many think Works for the Florida Gardener. should and can be profitably grownin commented upon by"N. W.," I would

the. production will decrease ; as to We have no practical manual for Florida, the work abounds in val- say that I have no difficulty in keep-

that I have no comment. The empirehas gardening opperations in this State. uable instruction as to the best modeof ing them as described in my previous

a regular organized system of In the present experimental stage of culture, time of planting, best fertilizers article. The difference between rais-

manumition, and in less than ten years our methods an authorative and de- and manner applying them, ing the Early Golden and the White

the IdsE slave will be free, though not tailed work of this character would be etc., etc. West India for market is, that in the

to vote and control the Government, impossible. There are, however, two Part Two, devoted to Tropical and North where I sell nearly all of my

as was done with us. Many of our works which contain valuable infor- Semi-Tropical fruits and ornamentaltrees sweet potatoes, the Early Golden is a

American citizens own slaves in San mation, and many helpful hints on is of interest, and may be studied standard article while white sweet

Paulo, and in every instance the slaves this subject, and should be in the with profit. It is very desirable that potatoes will hardly sell at any price.

owned by them utterly refuse to be hands of every truck farmer in Florida weshould increase the number of fruits At least that has been my experince.G. .

old back to a. Brazilian master; and We refer to Oemler's "Truck- and nuts which can be grown profita- L. TABER.

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Information About Grafts Wanted. north and south fir many miles. From the purchase of this book, and we are

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : fIpiaFY. this it will be seen that under ordinary : so highly impressed with the new hive

I have on my place several shallow circumstances and methods that we shall try them in

ponds which are dry for about four OUR APIARIES. i our honey resources are the college apiary this coming season,
months in the there is ample, and if the trouble were takento
year; a good I and if they work, as we fully believe

growth of coarse grass in them, but Bee Pastures of the Halifax and Ilillsboro transfer colonies to the localities they will, we shall adopt them exclu-

cattle will not eat it. The subsoil is -Prospects of the Honey where the bloom abounded, as is donein sively. True, the hive is patented,

white sand, and there is plenty of flow this season. other places, the returns would be and a right to use it costs five dollars ;
moisture in-the ground at all seasons.I For the FLORIDA DISPATCH : but what is this to the probable sav-

intend to drain some of the ponds, ; In Florida, as elsewhere, locationhas satisfactory. Apiaries within easy access -. ing in time, and the extra honey we

plow the soil under and try to grow much to do with the successful to the swamps on the main land, are likely to secure? The hive has

grass that will be of use for fodder. keeping af bees for profit where ad- become stimulated early in the season cost the inventor much study, thoughtand

Can any of your subscribers who may and cast swarms during March. On labor, and here, as elsewhere, "the
have with land of sim- vantage must be taken of the period- "
experimented a the peninsula, where the distance is laborer is worthy of his hire.
ical flows which in this sectionof
ilar informationas
nature give me some
To which the editor of the Farm ,
to what, how, and when to plant? the State may be expected from the too great, swarming is deferred later

Yours very truly, maple, basswood, willow and other unless artificially stimulated by feed- and Fireside adds :

JAMES FINLAY MITCHELL. ing. I also find many bees are lost The foregoing( is a very concise state-
and found in the
Merrills Island, Indian River, Fla., May 24. trees plants swamps while crossing the river at that time ment of the arguments in favor of a
and hammocks from March. ,
We would suggest Para grass as January reversible and exchangeable hive, oya
This is followed of detrimental to the colonies, most It is
best adapted to the above conditions. by a period honey competent authority. quite
the monthof keeping them in a weakened condi- generally believed among the bee-
drought, extending through
Break and prepare the ground and tion that Mr. Heddon has
which time colonies thus defers the swarming keepers brought
April during
plant during rainy season of the sum- together several old features into a
period until after the advent of the
mer. It strikes root at every joint and require feeding sufficiently sup- new hive, which possesses some valua-
hawks which render the
is easily multiplied by planting small plied with honey to keep up the rear- mosquito ble points; but there is room for seri-

ing of brood necessary to secure force fertilization of the virgin queen a diffi- ous question whether his patent would
pieces of the stem. Will some our
enough to harvest the more bountiful cult matter. The mosquito hawks stand the test of a suit. Beehives, in
correspondents favor us with more detailed which the brood-chamber consisted of
were first observed April 2d of the
secreted the and
supply, by bay, grape
information on this point ?-ED. two separable, interchangeable and reversible -
present season: and have been quite
the month of
DISPATCH. palmettoes during May, sections, one above the other,
at which time if the is plentiful aud troublesome since. Here- known
4 season pro- were a quarter of a century ago.

Negro Labor. pitious, a surplus may be obtained by tofore our location on the peninsula The movable frame has been free for

The negro, as a laborer, is fully extracting,later from the first of June, would compare favorably with the some years. In tact, there is not a feature -

equal to the average land owner as a the when not others on the main land. For the of this hive,so far as we are aware,
farmer. Whenever learn mangrove, destroyed by that be said be although
we as a can strictly new, -
future, time alone \\ill determine. The
people, to farm instead of plant, there the late freeze usually yields bounti- the exact combination of these

will be no further trouble about labor. fully until August, when the flow grad- crop of bay, grape and palmettoes on features is probably different from any

The need of the South is not I labor, but ually ceases and the honey harvest is the peninsula is equal if not superiorto that has been made before.

better directed labor. The is --- ... .
negro practically over for the season. In that of the other side, as there are .
Value of
here, and he is here to stay. He is
no hogs to destroy either the bloom or
localities the of
shiftless, lazy, and careless of tomorrow some berry the saw experienced and successful apia-
berries of the .
-will not lay up anything for a palmetto secretes a thick gummy sub- palmetto.In rist, whose experience! entitles him to

"rainy day"-but he cannot be displaced stance of a dark color, on which the locations further south, as at be regarded as high authority, givesus

by foreign immigrants, becausehe bees work during the months of Octo- Oak Hill, and the apiaries of Messrs. in a private letter the following

will underwork them,and I am not Packwood, Hewitt and Olsen, where
ber and November, securing quite an
in favor of the of Europe timely suggestions :
dumping scum
addition to their stores. This with the bees are in easy range (If both
on our shores at State expense.As "In regard to the bee literature of
what is collected from flowers here and swamp and river, the increase and sur-
'mudsills the
a "peasantry, or most papers, outside of those making a I

negroes are as good as any. We need there, makes up the sources of supply.I plus are greater on an average than a specialty of that branch of agriculture,

intelligent immigrants who will buy few miles further north when eitherone
am informed in the more southern I must it is of a class.
say very poor
our land and farm, not plant.-B. R. or the other are inaccessible.
portions of the State the wild
penny- All of statements have
Tielman in Chronicle. manner fancy
Augusta royal begins to yield a surplus from There is also from a week to ten days
Now when the la- been made about the business here in
more intelligent
December first until June. From thisit gained in season by the apiaries to
Florida either who had
bor of the North is upheaving society, by people just
the southward which is to their advan
will be observed that but few.lcali- ,
ourselves contracted the bee fever or had just
we may congratulate upon ties are alike. Even here, within a tage. During the past week the bees got over it. This class of writers may
the peaceful and stable character of
few miles, some apiaries possess advan- have been storing surplus from the be safely disregarded, and a few reli-

our negro population. tages that others do not. bay and grape, and if we are favored able contributors will make the Apiarian

with occasional shower the indica- Department more valuable than
To those unacquainted with the top- an
Is There no Protection Against Dogs? many enthusiastic amateurs that have
ography of this portion of Volusia tions are good for a splendid yield not been long enough in the businessto
The mad dog is a terrible thing.
county I will say : From Mosquito In- from the palmettoes, providing colo- learn that they know but little

We now have another more seriouscase let north and south, the peninsula nies are strong enough to take advan- about it"Scarcity

of hydrophobia than ever, and in .
of it.Opinion.
ranges from one fourth to one mile tage
of Pure lloi.ey.
of the Southern States. A dog be-
one wide and is covered with a heavy seems to be divided as to The Massachusetts State Board of
J. Hall farmer
longing to A. a growth of saw palmetto, scrub oak, the length of time it will require for Health, from recent investigations,

living near Griffin, Georgia, went mad myrtle, cabbage palmetto, live oak, the mangrove to again yield sufficient finds that there is very little pure

last week, and among the animals honey in the State. That sold in lit-
naked wood and numerous other plants honey to meet the requirements of the
which it wounded in its wanderingswas tle glass jars is not honey at all, but
and trees. Proceediug south, salt resident apiarists, probably not longer
a milch cow. The cow exhibitedno simply glucose, with just a little honey-
signs of being affected, and it was marshes and mangrove islands en- than two years at most. If what lit- comb put in.

thought hydrophobia would not result.A croach upon the scrub and hammock, tle has been spared will bloom and l\Ioral.-Buy comb-honey ; it costs

few days ago, however, the animal bringing the Hillsboro' river into close secrete honey this season or not is yeta more, but cannot be adulterated.ED.

showed the dreaded symptoms, and at proximity with the Atlantic ocean, matter of conjecture. --- --- -
the time the farmer's two little
same JOHN Y. DETWILER. Our Birds of Plumage.
The main land is from one half to one
children who had been nourished with
-- ----
mile distant and consists of The Savannah Times says a Florida
milk from the cow, exhibited similar or more a The lleddon Beehive.

symptoms, and are now in a critical strip of heavy hommock from a few Professor Cook,of the Michigan Ag- house is shipping 2,500 bird skins a

condition, suffering with terrible ag yards to a mile wide, at places backed ricultural College,speaking of the new month to Newark, New Jersey, to be

ony. Other members of the familyare by pine woods for a couple of used in hat decorations. The birds
beehive and book
combination on
also ill but not alarmingly so as agriculture -
so miles, when the celebrated Turnbull killed for that purpose are the jay,
the children. The neighborhood is says :
hammock and takes the lark, snipe, crane, hawk and black
startled at the new developments. swamp We are sure that no bee-keeper can

Orlando Record. place of the higher land extending spend fifty cents more wisely than in and other. species.THE .






Friendly Rivalry. lands on the streams which have been It has a valuable and interesting tableof
file Jilorida lfiisatth.
: One of our California exchangestakes affected by the diversion of the waters contents and promises to becomeone

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,JUNE 7, 1886. exception to the action of the from their natural channels and appropriated of the best literary and historical
A. H. MANVILLE-4 -Editor. managers of our "Spring Exhibit" in to private purposes. The magazines of the South. Louisville,

instituting a comparison of Florida court has sustained these claims and $2,00 per annum.

-. Shipping Lumber. and California oranges without their now an adjustment has to be made, Future Riparian' .4 Itettult

i Southern lumberman say that when knowledge and selection of specimens.In and it is evident that the water supply
The Kern county Californian, in
; the guage of the Southern roads is our report of the proceedings, it will become a heavy tax upon the de-
summing up the results of the late Supreme -
changed they will be able to ship will be recollected, we stated the fact pendent farmers and fruit growers. Court decision on riparianism,

lumber without breaking the bulk that the California and foreign fruit The unfortunate war upon the Chi-
direct from the mills of Georgia, had the disadvantage of not being nese who have furnished such advan-
It is one that practically forbids the
Florida, or any other Southern State, fresh from the trees; and we now begto tageous laborers in the vineyards, use of water to any appreciable extent

to any point in the country, and that assure our sensitive rivals that it gardens and groves, is now deprivingthe for irrigation, and will prevent the

the difference between the cost of rail was not intended in any way to dis fruit growers of the only class further reclamation of our waste places.

and water transportation will be more parage their products in institutingthis fitted by training and habits of disci- Under it, if permitted to become set-
tled law there will
be little for
than overcome by the saving that will comparison. Our State fair had pline and economy for the profitable further ,increase of population room, and

be effected in insurance, handling and been killed out by the panic of the handling and conversion of the fruits certainly none for the large immigration -

breakage. freeze and the "Spring Exhibit" at and creating the necessity of trainingand now flowing in. Progress must

Jacksonville was gotten up on the disciplining home laborers, thus cease, and the State: settle down into

Oleanders In G ilveston. moment by a few spirited citizens to compelling an enlarged expenditure to the condition of a country that has
; The winter frosts deprived the city reached the limit of growth in wealth,
correct the misapprehension which maintain the
through a large
of Galveston of its poetic glory as the year population and power. But no such
". "Oleander City." The News : had obtained in regard to the extentof class only required at harvest and state of things will be permitted. The

says the injury from the extraordinarycold gathering time, so that the cost of irrigationists will continue the fight in
"It is not exagerating the case what-
This was no time for more thana production will be doubled. This politics,the Legislature and the courts.Marl. .
ever in asserting that there will not 4
partial local display or exhibit and short-sighted un-American and undemocratic -
be a solitary oleander in bloom this -
and for only a very limited portion of the policy is a cloud upon the The value of marl depend almost
summer, perhaps many sum-
State, much less California, could be bright hopes of fruit producers, while entirely upon the amount of lime and
Florida is for-
mers to come. more advised in time to forward their speci- this new question of riparian rights is magnesia it contains, and its value is
In the of Jacksonville
tunate. neighborhood diminished in proportions to the
a serious drawback all save the
o" while some were killed, there mens.We upon amount of clay and sand present. The
assure our Pacific friends that monopolists of the natural water
are oleanders twenty feet high which lime and magnesia are found in marl
were untouched and have been full of Florida producers have no jealous or courses. Legislation is invoked to mainly in the form of carbonates. A
unfriendly disposition toward them, find a way to avoid legal rights acquired ready test for a carbonate in such

bloom since Spring opened. but seek to stimulate how the same under usage and common law, cases is to pour on the material some
4 and the end is not vet. acid and if
strong a carbonate is
zeal and in industrial pre-
German Millet for Forage. energy development :.
sent it will foam or effervesce in
that has rendered California FRUIT GROWERS ASSOCIATION.
An old farmer of Arkansas says a the same way that saleratus will foam

that German millet is often fatal to marvel of horticultural wealth. We The New Orleans Premium. up when vinegar is poured over itj;

horses and mules, stiffening them up wish to infuse the same spirit and in- At the New Orleans Exposition the only the effervescence with marl is
i slower because the marl is less soluble
duce our fruit to manifest the ,
and giving the big-head. The Home growers Florida Fruit Growers' Association,
than soda. If the material does not
and Farm says that if German milletis same enterprise and present to the was awarded the sweepstakes premiumof foam when an acid is added it is not

allowed to stand in the field until world a manifestation of the real ad- $250.00 and a gold medal for the marl, probably a clay.-N.: Y. Herald.

the seed in the head is matured, and vantages of our soil and climate and : best display of citrus fruits, the competition .. .'-
all in the most friendly spirit of ri- Ho! for Pablo Beach.
horses and mules are fed it without restraint I being open to the world.

the result is often injurious. valry. Owing to the financial embarrassmentof The Ocala Rifles have been invited
>- -4
When fully ripe all the nutrative goes Irritation and Fruit Growing in Cal- the Exposition, this claim has never by Adjutant General Lang to accom-
pany the East Florida Battalion to
to the head, and the animals only eat ifornia. been settled. Col. D. H. Elliott, Sec- week in
camp one July on Pablo
The and
this part. Florida millet should be agricultural horticultural retary of the Association, is in receiptof Beach, Atlantic Ocean. The company

cut just as soon as it is in full bloom, .I development of California depends almost a circular letter from Mr. Wm. H. is making all necessary arrangementsto

before the seed is formed, when animals solely upon artificial irrigation.But H. Judson, in which he says : attend ; new members are being received -
for the diversion of her streams and two drills a week are now
will consume the entire plant "I can realize at any time Fifty PerCent
into canals and ditches for the water-I cash on your claims and secure : in order. The boys are in high spiritsover
without injury.
x the trip and for the
of her orchards the issue of official certificatesor opportunityto
-.4 ing groves, vineyards, proper bathe in old while
ocean, Captain
Manufactures.Our fields and gardens, her production diplomas of the award made to you, Lancaster and Lieutenant
and the issue of official Bronze Medalsfor Lippitt are
Orange county neighbors are would be limited and her territory doing all in their power to make every
medals awarded But I
not satisfied with any you. thing perfect for the occasion.Free
having developed undesirable. It has required the do not advise this sacrifice. It is,

\ the finest fruit county of the State, wealth of her mining millionaires to however, the best I can do now. If Press. .

but, like California, they keep push- provide the means whereby farmers you prefer or desire to accept it, I will Earthen Tree.

ing. They know a good thing when and horticulturists could be success- immediately remit the amount comingto Among the curiosities of Brazil is
in New York
they see it, and regardless of the agrarian ful, and it has required capital for you Exchange. the Pottery Tree. The trunk does not

cry against capital and corpora- even small farmers and gardeners to We would suggest that the Execu- exceed a foot in diameter, but it growsto

tions, they invite investments in man- avail themselves of the advantages for tive Committee of the Associationtake the height of one hundred feet. The
some action iu the matter. chief peculiarity, however, is in the
ufactures well railroads.
as as and
irrigating rendering productivethe .
-- e. nature of the wood and bark, .which
offer lands and money to secure a arid lands. The Southern Blyonac contains so much silica that they are

cigar manufactory at Sanford, and at Capital, labor, energy and enter- for June, the first number of the second used in the making of earthenware.The .

Orlando are organizing the South prise have conquered the desert and volume, opens with a beautifully fresh bark cuts like soft sand

Florida Foundry and Machine Com enriched the golden State first soughtout illustrated article entitled the "Sugar stone.-Indian Gardener.. .

.' pany. They know that the more peo- for its mineral productions. It is Fields of Louisiana," beginning with Large Big.:

ple there are employed in manufac- now a marvel of horticultural and agricultural the introduction of the cultivation by The first ripe fig of the season is

turing and railroading the greater the as well as mineral wealth.A the Jesuits in 1722, and tracing laid on our table from the orchard of

ti demand for the products of the soil, new obstacle in the way of progress through all its various stages of pro- ex-Governor Harrison Reed; it is of

and the more advantageous to the has presented itself in the claimsof gress down to the present improved the large St. Purple variety, meas-

farmer and fruit grower. riparian rights set up by owners of system of cultivation and manufacture. uring 7Jx9J inches.





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a Silk Production In Turkentan. FLORIDA DISPATCH LINK, Pancoast & Griffiths, SPECIAL ADVEKTlb>rfiTS.:
J 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK, May 27,1886.}
r; It is stated that the production of QUOTATIONS. general produce and commission merchants -

silk in this part of the Russian empire Florida. Irish Potatoes, per bbl. 3 50@1 00 No. 242 South Front street, Fertilize with Upland Cotton Seed,
amounts to 500,000 pounds, of which Cucumbers, prime, per.crt 1 (01)0150() > at $10 per ton. For sale by MAYS &
culls, 50 60)(
One of the active
two-thirds comes from the Saraws- .' Tomatoes .. . 50@3 00 Philadelphia. most PARTRIDGE,_Monticello_ Florida.
chansk district Besides, Bokharaand J. D. HASHAGEN, energetic and popular firms in the com- .-
Eastern Agent. Write E. Oak
Kashgar have a production of mission trade of Philadelphia is that or telegraph Byron ,
the undertaker for Marble Iron Rail-
200,000 and 300,000 pounds each. FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE of Messrs.\ Pancoast & Griffiths. They
} and all kinds of Work.
BOSTON, Mass.,June I, 1886. ing Cemetery >
Silk cultivation has existed in Central Fla. Potatoes, prime.. . pei bbl 50@4 50 have been established eight years, and A full line of Wooden and Metallic '"
Asia for seventeen centuries, the Chi- Cucumbers..per crate 2 50@3 50
have built and Cases and Caskets always on hand.
nese, who then possessed the territory, O. G. PEARSON, up a large permanent
Agent. All orders promptly attended to, 25
Their warehouse is
being the initiators. Its present development patronage. very
Laura St. Jacksonville Fla.
is due to a revival initiatedby PHILADELPHIA, June 2, 1886. spacious and commodious, and is at all 4 ,

the Governor of Bokhara in 1875. Reported especially for us by EVANS BROS., times heavily stocked with farm pro- Gaining in Popularity Daily.
Produce Commission Merchants,No.56 North
Improved communication is expectedto Water Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price Cur- ducts, foreign and domestic fruits, etc. Messrs. J. H. Scull & Bro., Pine
rent subject to market fluctuations.
increase its importance by further
New Potatoes steady. They handle consignments on commis- Bluff, Ark., say : We enclose here- ,

development-BradsireeCs. Fla. Tomatoes, extra ...per crate 2 00@2 25 with a few testimonials on Hughes'Tonic. **
>-*-< U fair ...... 150@160( sion, effecting quick sales at best market -
Petroleum In New :Mexico. Cabbage.. .. .. .......per bbl 5(0)125 and So far as our knowledge ex- *r
I Squash.. .. .. .... ..per crate 50@125 prices, making prompt returnsto tends, it has given more satisfactionthan
The that Round Beans.. .. ... 100@115
report a flowing petroleumwell 0 The facilities of the
consignors. other chill tonic have
Flat . .. .. 50@ 60 any we
has been discovered in New Mexico \ Wax . .. . 1 00@l 60 firm for transacting business are of an sold. The increase in our sales, both
Cues.. .. .. . 00@2 50
between the mining villages of New Potatoes, prime. .per bbl o (00@3)() 50 unusually complete character, ena- wholesale and retail, is an indicationthat
2 50
medium 00@2
Golden and Wallace is stated by the u" culls. 1 (l16.5() bling them to offer special advantagesto it is gaining in popularity daily. %-
Prepared by R. A. Robinson & Co.,
Chicago Times to have been confirmed. customers, and to execute all ordersin wholesale druggists, Louisville, Ky.

Samples have been tested at Santa f1ub1i4'r's jeparfm2tfI (i the promptest and most satisfactorymanner. Sold at retail by H. Robinson &

Fe. The oil flows through tubing They ship to all adjacent Co., Jacksonville, Fla.Scott's .

fifty-five feet in depth, and the flow is .' cities and throughout the country. --.
OF ADVERTISING. Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil

reported to be copious and steady. The 1Rr Payable in advance, unless otherwise contracted Messrs. R. M. Pancoast and A. J. with Hypophogphltes, 4

crude oil burns freely and with a good Griffiths, who form the copartnership, Very Palatable and Increases Flesh.

flame. "Several claims have already Vub.scrijttion $2.00 ,in advance
per Dr. F. H. Clement 111.
are men of vast practical experience, ,
been located in the of
"Scott's Emulsion is the best I
To Subscribers.See says : ,
and well known in commercial circlesas
the well.
printed slip on your paper (or wrapper) honorable have ever prescribed. It is very pal-

The Parisian idea of arranging fruit Note! date of the expiration of your subscription conscientious businessmen. atable, easily assimilated and gives
and if in arrears please remit. active members of the
They are strength and flesh to the patient"Wanted.
upon a bed of flowers, and a prettyone
Special to New Subscribers. Philadelphia Produce Exchange and 4
it is, meet with deserved favor. .
From and after this date, every new sub
classed the substantial and
scriber to the DISPATCH, will receive on application are among Extra copies FLORIDA DISPATCHVol.

a colored map of Florida/ree. Scale public-spirited merchants of that city. ( 4. No. 28)) for July 13, 1885.
!eteo17OIOC&I eighteen miles to th inch. 4
] June Roses Address FLORIDA DISPATCH, Jacksonville is

SPECIAL CLUB RA 7E. Fla.CowPeas. 'i

-.'f-"' J' ......... We have arranged with the publishers and Rich, blooming and variegated as -++
will club THE DISPATCH with any paperor the roses of June, comes the American Cow-Peas, Cow-Peas.
.7 ..I3q'J'8.Ua. ..,:..a:..a:.....: ..J periodical published in the United Statesor
Agriculturist for this month with its
S r4 Jo Great Britain. Prices on application. Now is the time to plant in your
CO 00CO 91'819 92WaeV f 17..ww'.r..wUI. 00 Remittances should be sent by Check, one hundred original illustrations and I have just received
.HOM. 53oo Money Order, Postal Note or Registered Letter groves.
=. z- : ,addressed to original articles, by forty.four well- 300 bushels "Clays."

.. ... LuIH A n'8p' U'83Jt 1 oooooooS'eocscfilh(:eo- !& C. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher, known writers in various parts of the 300 bushels "Whippoorwills."

Q-> 6 .TAcYKAAl''n.T F. 1'1A.Our Union, from the Atlantic to the Pa- 200 bushels "Red Rippers."

"3CO cific. Every number now of this periodical 100 bushels "Blacks."
s w ..( ; I coaQCO: etI-etIetI: : :
...., h 'g tJ OI3A a dabbing Facilities. is better than its predecessor, 100 bushels "White Crowders." "

,0 The and the publishers announce that theyare
) 3 nolloai1a proprietors of the DISPATCHare Send for prices, t
.c c< 3Ww3WWWZJ2;; ;; .
1 for still
Mtf 0r. : ZZ 1bl constantly receiving letters in- providing new features WILLIAM A. BOURS,

C w blV and illustrations. The second paper, 20 West Bay Street,
w quiring as to what journals we are in the series of
f EfcS a: the Homes of our Jacksonville Fla. ;
sqipajpunq 3 clubbing with. We will state that the ,
Jid W 8S3S888OOOOOOO Farmer Presidents will be written
PU'8 saqouj uj l x by .. .
-- -
$ lI' Jules L1iea E-t DISPATCH clubs with all publications
Donald G. Mitchell Ik Marvel
> ( ) ;
:..>.. C throughout the United States and
H 05 subject, George Washington. The
c. rn ..(u'8a I 00 > Canadas. will
accompanying engraving prob-
O u'8aJ (: ----. ..
*" ( be that of Jefferson's
Z g ti ably as large as
tJefS Calcined Humus for Orange Trees.I .
't E C wnwlun I ,. Home, which was the first of the series -
O 00 B N I I- tI'- a> ? o fertilized Grove since the frost
a.cs. -- g 2 *" my to wit: 27 inches long and 17

: mJx'8JIT I :o 0000000$_iaNO_t)_oB :0112ex :opia1aulof3u .. with Dr. Hicks' Calcined Humus, and inches wide. These engravings of Our

n ; I emphatically declare it opinionthe Fanner Presidents are to be presentedto
I ... all the subscribers of ; ; ; 1
z ..( sssssss. . .0n'8a best fertilizer out for orange trees.I American
*5"o> U'831\ I 0 ?H S w Agriculturist as they appear. Price of .
o am not only satisfied but delighted. ..
__ .
-. .-. O the American Agriculturist .J
-. . Englishor
h ': ; :N : 8@8 Calcined humus is a perfect success German $1.50 We will
I. !. :. ... ... per year.
o.n- t t: .:...:. .ro... .c.tCIS and the Orange Growers' Boon, not club it with the FLORIDA DISPATCH

..c.) H K I a'e .a-i: ;; 112 C OB 'to> | on account of its cheapness alone but for $3.00 a year, each subscriber to Type for Sale. ....
"!:S CIS d 't) ash:: receive both and the
O "C"C,C, f bGboOEo0 also because it is permanent in the papers Special
I I'rz;::''m=..c c:F3H' :SSfcJVIar :: : soil. J. H. BRAMHALL.Senaca Engravings and descriptions by 800 pounds Long Primer, the type the DIspatch f'
American authors
as they appear. Is printing from, in offered for sale .
{ Fla., May 28, 1886. -.... ;

DR. HUTCHINGS' TESTIMONY. Calcined Humus for Strawberries cheap. Address I.

] \ets. Eusrrs, FLORIDA, May\ 29,1886. SENECA, Orange Co., Fla., c. w. DACOSTA. .i

t W. W. HICKS : May 28, 1886. .iI I Is !
j I used Calcined Humus for Straw- Ij j
*ra' Fruit and Vegetable Market Dear Sir: :-I used two tons of Cal-
i'i' berries this season on part of my patch. F
-' :" cined Humus in January, and although The effect is in
: FLORIDA FRUIT EXCHANGE, every respect satisfac-
'. JACKSONVILLE, Fla." June 4, 1&6.; } my young trees were in a bad tory and beyond that produced by

Florida Irish Potatoe QUOTATIONS, prime: bbl. 3 00@150 condition, as a result of the freeze, other Fertilizers. The plants not s & & & &

U Cucumbers, prime, per crt.. 50@3 00 only fruited as never before but the
U Tomatoes. . ... .. .. II .0 2 00@3 00 they have put on a wonderful growth. ,
vines stand the hot weather and
Above quotations refer to prime stock only, I shall use it again in June. are
Interior stock will bring from 50c. to SI less as green and vigorous as ever. I

per crate or barrel. A. M. TWQ, !. Yours truly, grow them on pine land high and dry. '., h






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SARSAPARILLA._ A axpM seay: sn i--
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!>.- in Roal Estato.
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DYSPEPSIA = __ ..t'!. _
Secretes the bL and acts like a filter to Variable appetite; faint, gnawing feeling ItAILWAY.

cleanse im.* 'ties of the blood. By il'at pit of the stomach, heartburn, wind in the

regularity its action or suspensionsoftSffuntVbno stomach,bad breath, bad taste in the mouth, WAYCROSS SHORT LINE J

the bile poisons the blood, low spirits, [general prostration. There is $500 Tampa.will buy Easy a tine te ms.residence lot at

causing, iicJ/ce, sallow complexion, weak no form of disease more prevalent than Dyspepsia All Trains of this Road are Run by Cent,I ((90th)
eyes, bilious diarrhoea, a languid, and it in all be Meridian Time, which is 33 Minutes s''.,*" r
weary can cases traced to than Jacksonville Time. $5000 will buy AK) u<'r.oJ! high rolling
feeling, and many other distressing sympan enfeebled or poisoned condition of the 1 i.nd adjol'in ihe new town 0'*

toms generally termed liver troubles. These blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by cleansing TIME GAUD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. Pemberton[ at junction of South Florida and
Florida Southern Railroads and the Withla-
are relieved at once by the use of BULL'S and purifying the blood tones up the diges- Passenger Trains will leave and wrrlve daily, coochee River

SARSAPARILLA the great blood resolvent. tive organs, and relief is obtained at once. as follows:

DB.JOHW UutiHT-I have been for a number of DR.JOHN BULL.-!have no hesitation in saying NEW ORLEANS EXPKES $ I OO will buy a residence lot In Oriole. a
year severely aftlicted wltha ml'rcur' '.1 1 headache that I believe your SARSAPARILLA to be the best Leave Jacksonville daily <::35am new Railroad town on H. F. R.H..ln
und a dull heavy pain in my liver. Three bottles medicine manufactured for the cure of Scrofula Arrive at Jacksonville daily at....... 7:3; a IJJ Hernando connly. Easy terms: concessions
of BULL'S SARSAPARILLA gave me more relief Syphilis and many other cutaneous and glandular to those wh-> will build. Place rapidly Im-
at.... ft:18 ID
than all the others combined. affections,having used it With entire success Leave Callahan dally : a
T.11.OWJNS, Louisville,Ky. in numbers of the above cases. \rrive at Waycross daily at..- 10:15' a ro t-roving.
DB. Jomr BULL.-I have examined the pre JAMES MOORE Louisville,Ky. Arrive Brunswick via B.& v R.R... 1:50 p m
scription the preparation of Da.JOHN BULL'S Arrive at Thomasville daily at.. Io7: p in $ i r\r\\ will buy handsome lot \in Parkers-
3AB8APABiLLA.ana believe the combination to DR. JOHN BUT.L.-I procured one bottle of Arrive. at Bainbridge dally at........ ... .:>:'& p m IVJU burgMarionc.,untyfacougonCoop.
be.:: excellent one,and well calculated to pro- BULL'S SARSAPARILLA for my eldest son. Among Arrive rhattahoocbee daily at. 4:04: : p m er Tark. Send for colored map. Property of-
l1tJ'I r.t alterative impression on the system. I the remedies and various prescriptions that he Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R. IL-". ::1"p m ered vii:y cheap.:
l hrv used it both In public and private pn.ctlce.has tried for weak lungs and chest,this one bottle L.&N. R. R230
I Arrive at Mobile via a m
aud think It the best article Sarsapariliaiu use.has been of r" benefit to him than all. It has
U. PYLES,M. D., Lonlsvlllp Ky. cured me of i> l iicpslc t ,as\wll. Arrive at New Orleans via L.&N.R.R>''n n> will buy u Nrse building lot in
1l 8.1>>hp.M, Lou. Marine IIosp. JOilN 8.McGEE Hone Cave,Ky. Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville $150 Windsor, Alachua county, a flour-
and New Orleans, via Pensacola and i'uing place.
THE Mobile.

KIDNEYS SCROFULAAre FAST MAIL. will buy 100 acres land adjoining
BLOOD Leave Jacksonville dally at.............._ L'.OJp m $5 0 0 0 Windsor. Easy terms. Only
the great secretory organs of Is a peculiar morbid condition of Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..........12:00 m $-.1)1/) cash required; balance on long time to
.he body. Into and through tho IS the system, caused directly by Leave Callahan dally at..-. 2:15 p m suit purchaser.

(fl$: ;'G iicw,-.':waste fluids con- THE LIFE. impurities in the blood or by Leave Chattahoochee *t....................11:30: am
Leave Thomasville at.......... 1:10 p m
tefningpok.. txxtC Batter taken J .n the systhe lack of sufficent nourishment furnished Arrive at Waycross daily at............. 4:40: p m $2 50 will buy a well located lot of 10
tern. If the '-:rnxiyv do not act properly this to the system through the blood, usually Arrive at Jesup daily at....-. ............. 6:15 pm acres at Oriole; land all high and
selected for culture.
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & 0... :J-:35 m dry ; originally orange
matter is alncd and poisons the blood often result p ,
affecting i. e glands, j in lrriveatSavannah dailyat. 7:58: IL ong terms of credit only 825 cash required,
causing.,.. .:1100eaknesspaininthesmall swellings, enlarged joints, abscesses tore Arrive at Charleston dally at. 1:25: p a ai a'iu au equal amount per annum i lus the In-

of back and ;C, flushes heat,chills, with eyes, blotchy eruptions on the face or ieck. \rrive at Washington, D.C.,daily at 11:00: p n on deferred payments. The easiest
disordered stomch and bowels. BULL'SSARSAj Erysipelas is akin to it and is often mistaken Arrive Haiti' ore................................12:3iam: terms" offered on high dry lands'" in Florida.
Arrive Philadelphia............................. :3:15 J a m Enquire for particulars.
\ ..i/LLA acts as a diuretic on the Scrofula as it comes from the same cause Vrrive ai \ew ork daily at.._._. '6:51) a i, will buy a fine 10-acre lot close by
Kidney r::1]rf1 bowels, and directly on the impure blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by, Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson- $450 station at Candler, Marion county.

blood OO f r.7. causing the great organs purifying the blood and toning up the system" ville and New York. Very prosperous place; good lands.

of iho Cody to resume their natural forces the .p..rifles from the blood ana, EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. will buy a choice 5-acre lot at Can-

functions, and health is at once restored. cleanses tin system through the regular Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 4:30 p in $22 5 dler, close by the station.
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..._.11:30: a m
DB.JOHW BULL.-I have nsed BULL'S HARSAPA- channels. Leave Callaban daily ... 5:14 p m $400 will buy a.J -acre tract of high rolli. -
BIIXA for rheumatism and kidney trouble,and DR. JOHN BULL.-It Is my opinion that your Arrive at Callahan.10:46: am g pine land lying a little off from
my son baa taken It for asthma and general depreparation of SARSAPARILLA 13 decidedly superior Leave Waycross.? 7:30; p m the s.; S.,O. &: G. R. R. In Marion county. Satisfactory
bility.. It bu given ua both great relief. to any other now in use, and I will take Arrive at Way cross daily at............... 8:25 a m terms to buyers.
Yours. truly great pleasure in recommending it for the cure of Leave Gainesville daily at...........-.... 3:50: p m
THOS.H.BENTLEY Bossville,HI. Scrofula and all diseases of the blood and kidneys. Leave at Lake City.. 3:15: m $520 will buy a beautifully located
B. B. ALLEN, M. D.,Bradford,Ky.BULL'S p whole Mock of lots I'arkersburg.
BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. Leave Live Oak daily at....... 7:10: p m
PRINCIPAL OFFICE: Money in It for the right man. Over 300 lots
Leave Thomasville daily at.....11:15: p m
WORM DESTROYER. 831 West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Arrive at Albany daily at_.. 1:30: a 10 now sold.
BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SYUUP. SI.OO A BOTTLE. f Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 8oO a m $ i e r\ will buy 1C acres good orange land
THE POPULAR REMEDIES OF THE DAY. r Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R......... 2:10: p m Ow adjoining Parkersburg.
\ For Safe by all Druggists. Arrive New Orleansia L. & N. R.R. 7:30: p m will buy hO acres high rolling
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. It.... 7:10 a m $2500 land adjoining Floral City, in
EEP E OOD .ftJ.tS.IE2. : Arrive Louisville via L. & N". It. R..... 2.2i a in Hernando county. Money in it for subdivision -
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:35:: a m into lots. Terms to suit.
Arrive St.Lo .is. 7:40 am
MOKKTON MURRAY, I L.11AKLES McNAR IiISSIl\.Il\IEE Pullman Buffet Lars to and from Jackson- 800 win buy 80 acres good high rolling
Notary Public. Justice of the PeacMURRAY ville and St. Louis, via Thoraasvllle, Albany, $ pine land north of Conner on F. S.

& McNARY. Real Estate Agency.healthy Montgomery and Nashville.JACKSONVILLE .: R'y Uernando county. Good.neighbor-

EAST COAST LANDS Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m I $600 will buy Frond land at Oriole
Lands! Low Prices Arrive JacksonvIlle............................. 8:05: a m With Lake
"Halifax River,"Volusla County Fla. Leave Callahan..................................10:20 p m will buy a handsome 80 acre tract
Kissimmee offers the best chances for set- 000
All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bulling Arr1 Waycross. : a m $1 southwest of Oriole, close by Im-
tiers in Florida. It is the coming district. as
Arrive Albany via B. k W. R. R.... 5:30 site tine
m commanding building
Lots on and near River. Address, wit a provements; ;
There Is
all who know the H ate testify. Big
stamp, at Ormond. Volusla ("ounty, Fla. Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 9:10 a m land.
Money for investors in Town Lots.
via Central It. IL......
Arrive Atlanta 1:35 m
p 40 land and
--- -- High Pine and Hammock LandsAt Arrive Jesup_. 2:15 a m $I2OO dradjolnlng town plat of Oriole.
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G.... 6:00: a m sub- Into
A fortune for some one by ivlding
.' reasonable prices. Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. R. 8:30 a m
Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V. & G. R.R.12.-05 m building
Also good land for Truck Farming. A few Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R....._ 6:50: a m $600 will buy 40 acres of land adjoining
1 FERTILIZER COMPANY small Bearing Groves on tracts of from preceding.
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir
Twenty to Eighty acres at low prices.
very Cars Waycross, Albany and Macon; and will buy 80 acres land adjoiningthe
E. T. PAINE, I'rest41 East Bay St. These 1 Groves start Correspondence are easily enlarged solicited.IlOxYJLLL. and .afforda via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between $12 5 0 Company's lands at Pember-

Florida Orange Food, $23 per ton. goo Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through ton which they have laid out in building lots.
& ttOSC.Klsslmmee Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and River front. A bargain.
Florida Vegetable Foods $28 per ton. Orange Co., Fla Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonvilleand will buy 120 acres tine land be-
___ __ ___ Cincinnati,via Jesup. $2500
This Fertilizer has been thoroughly tested tween Dade City and Tucker-

for the past six on Orange Groves! SAVANNAH EXPRESS.: town in Hernando county.
years .. OTS SIZE 40XIJI00 FEET, $4. Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m will 40 splendid high
| buy acres
Florida and has given ntlre satisfaction.
Arrive Jacksonville......... 8:05 a m $400 land, two miles from Brooksville.
E Send for Circulars and Certificates. eview on Kingsley Lake r1 o m n A Leave Callahan : pm
...3. $50: buys 5-acre LUllIUA Arrive Callahan................................... 7:05 a m $800 will buy a young orange grove,265
tract for Leave Gainesville 3:50 p m trees, some beginning to bear;

COW I'EAS.m All ORANGE GROVE. Arrive Gainesville. ............................. 9:35 am grove in tine condition; Clay county, flue
Send 2 cent stamp for Map/.ere., to Leave Lake City...................?.?.._ 3:15 p m neighborhood; quarter mile from Kingsley
: bushels Red Rover Clay Whlppoorwlll i. TROPICAL LAND CO.. Arrive Lake City................................ifcW a m Lake.
Leave Live Oak at.. 7:10 will buy 160 acres hIgh pine land
[P. O. Box 158 Jacksonville Fla. p m
and White Peas for sale. $1 I OOO
Arrive at Live Oak daily 6:15 am in Hernando county; place has
T. PA J N F., Prei;t. REFER TO EX-GOV. Geo. F. Drew, Arrive Thomasville... 7:50 a m several hundred dollars worth of improve-
--- -,---K.-- -- -- Jacksonville Rev. C. Arrive Albany. : a m I ments on including house; Railroad survey
i McLean, St. Augustine. Arrive Montgomery: via Cen. R. R... 7:23 p m runs through place.

TUMORS & ULCERS Arrive Nashville via L & N. R. ll.... 7:10 am'' tt Cnnn will buy 810 acres finely located
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CANCERS Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.. 2:20 p m \POUUU land in Hernaudo county. Will
Curd WITHOUT the knife or Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:35 p m sell all or partHOLIES
loss of blood. Vastly superior to all other methods. Hundreds J. E. M'GINNISS, Arrive St. Louis via L. fc: N. R. R...... 8:00 p m
of cases ftired. fV Descriptive pamphlet sent free. Address Arrive m
i DR.Name E.1LGREENE this paper. ,71H l'e4Mhtr Up(Stairs iif..Atlanta Room,8.Con Room No. 10, Bostwick's Block, Arrive Brunswick via B. & W. R. R... 7:40 a m

Arrive Jesup...........,:.. 3:13: am
Jacksonville, Florida, Arrive Savannah................................. 6:15; a m IN FLORIDA !
HIRES''IMPROVED ROOT BEER. Arrive Charleston..............................12:55 p m
' Packages 25 cts. Makes gallonsof Arrive Washington..........................10:30 am -
a delicious sparkling and wholesome bev- REAL ESTATEBought Arrive New York........._................... 5:30 p m Oriole, Ilernundo County.Send .
erage. Sold by all druggists, or sent by mall Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonvilleand
on receipt of 25 cents. C. E. UIRl<;. ; and Sold. Tampa. stamp for colored Map of Oriole and ,
48 N. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. Pullmau Buffet Cars between. Jacksonvilleand information how to get a home in Florida,
-- -- -- Washington. close by Railroad in active operation. Splen-
Houses for Rent in desirable portions of the Through Tickets !sold! to all points by Rail did orange lands. Large number of new

THRESHING ac"i" Es city. City property handled and and Steamship connections, and baggage groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly
I I returns made promptly. checked through. Also, Sleeping Car bertha coining in from all over the Union. Attractive
' and and sections secured at the Company's Office plan of purchase; but little cash required. .
Economical Perfectin
Simplest, Moat Durable in Astor's Building,82 Bay street,and at Passenger offered.
use-wastes no grain;cleans it ready for market. Conveyancing done carefully and at short Bargains
Station, and on board People's Line
THRESHING ENGINES a;. HORSE, notice.Correspondence. Steamers: H.B. Plant and Cbattahoochee and W. B. CLARKSON, .
solicited. dec21-6m
De Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson-
Saw Hills, and Standard Implf'meutagen. ville.
erallj. Send for illustrated catalogue.A. : JAS. L. TAYLOR, Office : 72V.J Bay St., up stairs,

B. FARQUHAR I OPIUMandWUISKYIIABITSCUredhome General Passenger Agent. Jacksonville Fla.

PenmsjIraniA Acrlevltural Work. YORK. P. .,. it. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. .







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NURSERIES, SEEDS, ETC. ioiice to Shipper of Oran .e


a.o I t I!

\ ., .. Catalogue Free. s-:: e_: THE special attention of Shippers is called to the TEW SCHEDULE arrangements ol
4 these old established Railroads through Georgia, in co: section with the Cincinnati Southernand
I W.G.TOUSEY, F Nashville Chattanooga and St. Louis Railways t Western Points. Inquiry into the
$ 0CO merits of the roads that constitute this line, will sat? fy Shippers as to their reputation for
i Seffhert Hillsborougk Co., Fla. reliable Train movement. These roads are long establ. hed,and their Schedules not experi-
ments. Just claims promptly paid. Any information regard to the Line cheerfully given.
We give below figures that will show the bestpossibl TIME between Jacksonville and Cin
clnnaU,and all points West:
GEORGE NURSERIES, i Shippers desiring to take advantage of these routes ,rill give explicit directions, and see
: that their Bills of Lading or Railroad Receipts, read ti Savannah and Central Railroad of
With descriptions of

Fruit Trees Plants Vines Berries Ornamental Trees Grasses etc. etc.
Leave Jacksonville....................................(S. F. & W. R? ................................................. 6.-UO pm
Together with full descriptions of all the i Leave Gainesville......................................( ................................................. 2:00 pm
I Leave Savannah................................................................ ... ............................................. &40 pm
CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREESAlso Leave Macon...................... ..................-.......................... ............... __..._..................... 2:38 am
Leave Atlanta.................................................................. .............. ._............_............... 9:35 am
Price List. Send for Catalogue to i Leave Boyce....................................................................... ....................-.......................... 8:20 pm
Arrive Cincinnati. ............................................................ ........................._..................... 5:00 amLeave
W. 'VvT. HAWKINS:: :: : : : sc SON, PrOpS., I Chattanooga.........................................:................ ................................................10:20 pm
i i Leave Nashville................................................................ .......................... ..................-... 5:15 pm
LAKE -GEOItGE--- -,- -FH.Oltll-- Jan 1 '85 Arrive Louisville.................... ........._.............................. ....... ................. ........................ 6.Oara:
: W. H. LUCAS, Agent, O. A. WHITEHEAD, G. F. A.,
GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. I Jacksonville Fla. Savannah,Ga.
W. F. HHETJ.M N. Traffic Manager: ,
-0 I Q.vQnnAh, na.
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Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. CECIL H. PLUMMER, I II

Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, I:

AARON .A.eE:: ,., Georgetown, Fla Palatka and Ml Illlgs
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Student of the Royal Veterinary College of

I The Orange n iaa :Lemon. ;i: Will answerall communications and telegrams. through letters Key West, Havana and New Orleans.

in variety, other Citrus Fruits, Peen-To and Honey Peaches, LeConte and DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES

Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons, Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. ': Office In Orlando, Fla., at

Reed & Foster's Stables.CURED '

Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton .

Island, St. Johns.River. I ASTHMA ) Steamer II. B. PLANT, of the People'sLine
A. H. MANVILLE & CO. the most skeptical! De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run an
GERM ASTHMA CURE&SfflJI I follows : Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line'Vharf..t
most violent attack insures comfortable sleep I foot of Laura street:
Lakeland Yolk Fla. ; ;
aug24-ly County, (effects cures where all other remedies fall I Leave Savannah, Florida" and West-
(No waiting for re u1t!,!. Its notion i is| I ern Railway wharf Jacksonville,
-- -- -- -- immediate, direct and certain, and at daily, on arrival of I'Fast Mail train..

(cure is effected all CURABLE CAS ESI Leave Jacksonville ..-. ..................... :3:01) p m
:ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY 1 I"It permanently cured me. Refer B. to at any time." .I I. Leave Green Cove Spring...............?.. 5:10 p m
J'l am entirely restored to by German St. J'aul Asthma.IIi"" \ Leave Tocol..................._.................... 6:15pm
CUA1JL.ESTON, S. C.'. I Cure" That t'itton,Hamilton. Olio.I I Leave Palatka...................................... 8:40pm
("German Asthma Core Is all you claim for it. h never Leave Welaka....................................-.10:50 p m
Soluble Guano a complete high grade Fertilizer. fails." I'rof.recommended E. Ton fingerlia German,Asthma Greenville Cure.S. C.I Ill Leave Aster.............. .......................... 2tfOam)(
Avlicly "My:cured physician me." dire il. L. Tttrick. Londonderry. OAto.l Leave DeLand Landing.................._ 4:15am:
Atiltlcy Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for se two crops, iThouand*of similar Itttrn on file. Alt any druggist Leave Blue Springs .. ........>.............5:00 a m
about it. I Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail-
and also used by the truckers near Charleston vegetables.
(German Asthma dire in Fold by all dragIfrists *.! road wharf..... ........................?......... 7:00: a m
Ashley Asli Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees, bananas, etc at 50e.and S l.or Kent by mail on receipt! Arrive Sanford, City wharf................. 7:10 a m
I of price.ILxC'liiryMAN.Trial package>..any t t.i'aul.Mlnn.address for!| Arrive Enterprise................................ 8:10am
(QAshley Dissolved Ilonc Ashley Acid I'hosnliute. st&mP. Leave Enterprise................................. 8:30: a m

Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate Ammonia, Kainlt -- ---------- -- -- RETURNING,

Muriate, Potash, Cotton Seed Meal, etc. Leave Sanford,City wharf.................. 5:50 p m
Leave Sanford,South Florida" wharf 7:00 p m
For Almanacs and Hand Books, Agricultural Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kainlt Leave Blue Springs.............................. 8:50 p m
Floats,etc., address Leave DeLand Landing............_...... 925 p m
1 Leave Astor..........................................11:25 p m
1I Leave Welaka............................._....... 2:15am
THE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY, I A FRIEND IN NEED. Leave Palatka.................. .................... 4:30 a m
4 Charles n SC. I Leave Tocoi.........._........... ................. &30 am
Dr. i weet'sINFALLIBLE Leave Green Cove Spring-...........__. 7:15 a m
LINIMENT Arrive Jacksonville....................,........ 9:45: a m
JOHN T. LESLEY, President.. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE, Sec. Treas.
Connecting at Tocol with St.Johns Railroad
Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen at Palatka with Florida Southern
HlLL BOllOUGH COUNTY REAL ESTATE AGENCY, Sweet, of Connecticut, the natural Bone Set- Railway ; at Astor with St. John's and
ter. Has been used for more than 50 years, Lake Eustis Railway: at DeLand Landing
TAMPA: FLORIDA and is the best known remedy for Rheumatism : with DeLand and St. Johns Railroad; at En-
,Neuralgia,Sprains,Bruises,Cuts,Burns, terprise with A. C., St. J. & I. R. Railroad for
Are reliable and responsible, and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every wounds and all external Injuries. Titusville; at Sanford with steamers for In-
I dian River, and with trains of the South
description ot iteal Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive 1 Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with

Pamphlet and newspaper.WALKETHEEST. the steamer Margaret of the People a Line
for points on Tampa and :Manatee River
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PIAHDS&ORGANS also connecting 1th steamships Mascott.
for Key West and Havana Monday and
Ut all makes direct to c isto- ';
mers from headquarters at >; Thursday, arriving at Key West Tuesday and
wholesale prices. All goods Friday, and Havana on Wednesday and Sat
guaranteed.; No money asked : urday.
till instruments are receivedand Returning steamship leaves Havana on
fully tested. Write ra Wednesday and wu urlls '. Key West Wednesday
before purchasing. An Investment of 2 cents may
and Saturday, riving at Tamp Thurs-
save from 850.00 to 8100.00. Address
WASHER JESSE FRENCH, Nashville I Tenm |!I day and Sunday.
Wholesale Distributing Dcp'tfor the South. I A freight steamrstof the People's or De Bary-
Baya Merchants' Line, leaves Jacksonville
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daily, at 6 p. m. Returning leaves Hanford
Warranted 5: years satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. The dally,at 9 a. m.
Bent, most Efficient, and Durable Washer In the world. JOYCE & HUNT
s For further
particulars, inquire ol
w W Has no rival,the only machine that will wash perfectly clean without rub.
r', '! liny. Can be used In any sized tub,or shifted from one tub to another JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.
I 4 In a moment. So simple and easy to operate the most delicate WhitaKer St., Savannah, Ga. Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville .

1."l'JIt\" I q I'I r I ''Ilr.. I 't 1 1'I lady or child can do the work. Made of Galvanized Iron,and DEALERS INNEW .\'. M. DAVIDSON F M.
i'I\I.i'\: I y! [Ih i the only Washer in the world that has the Rubber Bands on the
'. \\I \ I'll' r Rollers,which the HOME and other :Machines attach- General Traffic Agent,Astor Building
\\\II\\;l lit l ; prevent breaking of buttons and injury to clothes.
i II'' \ :( J'':. Delusive territory. Retail price,S8.OO. ments and parts for all macnines.Oils, Needles C. D. OWENS,Traffic Manager,
std,, ')J""k'qi I I. I AGENTS I WANTED I Apente' sample 3.5O.. Also the celebrated etc. Also Pianos, Organs and Vapor Savannah
{ WRINGERS at Manufacturer lowest price. Cook Stoves, Just! the thing for summer use. U.S. HAJNEH.G n'l Manager,
Circulars free. We refer to editor of this paper. Address F.11I WASHER CO., Erie, Pa. Send for catalogue. Savannah.:G*,



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Unrivaled Ferrtilizer-for Orange Trees. 59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida. DEER ISLAND

Special to Orange Growers: WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

The price of Calcined Humus Is$20 per ton
delivered at your nearest depot; but to meet Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals and GARDENS AND NURSERIES
of the ,
the emergency present season VERY
LIBERAL TERMS will be cheerfully given. Correspondence Music, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods, I I
respectfully soll .lted. OAKLAND, OUANGE CO., FL.A.Pot .
Address W. W. HICKS, Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door
Fort Mason, Fla.
Amusements. Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit

j A. E. DROUGHT, F. II.SKELDING Moore's Orange Culture, Rev. Ed .. .. .. .$1.00 and Ornamental Trees,
President. ,Cashier. Oemler's Truck Farming in the South .. .. .. 1.50
Whitner's Gardening in Florida .. .. .. ... 1.50 Plants and Vine
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK, McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida .. .. . .. 4.00)
No Loss in Transplanting.Catalogue .
ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. I have all the Maps, Books,etc.,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica-
tion. Legal Blanks of every description. and Price List Free,on.application -

HORACE) DREW. to the Manager. AddressA.


'" Transacts a general-Banking business. MANVILLE NURSERY Co., _noV-KMy Oakland_ ,Orange Co., Fla.

Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit

cashed.- CRESCENT UITY, FLORIDA. Nnrsorios! of Lako 8 Woir Go.

Has correspondents In all the chief townsof
Florida,also Seaboard National Bank and 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our .
Messrs.C. Whitney)" &Co., New York.In .
Great Britain: The Bank of Ireland, trees are very thrifty' three and four
Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of British year old stock,%to 1% Inch diameter,with
North America and Melville, Evans & Co., Orange Trees for Planting during the Rainy Months one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible -
London. to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for
of June and i/'atalogues.: AddressE.
A. N.DOBBINS& BRO.J July. B.FOSTER, :Manager:
dec21-ly South Lake Weir, Fla.

t.LfL. Address
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F. S. CONE ,

Our stock of Fruit Trees is large and fine,
and In good order. New Fruits among whichare
the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro andVVhlte
r HUMUS Genoa.
Catalogue free. AddressA.

eep2S-l ly Palatka,FIa.

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Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters
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JACKSONVILLE 24 LAURA, -STREET- ,FLORIDA delivered at your nearest Station, \/IRE/ FENCE

.A't $20 :JerrOD. .
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Gunsmithing done in all Its branches. .
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IRON SAFE WORK Address >-\. 1 I I I I
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Special rates on Stencil Cutting,by mall. W. W. HICK S, .... >H-<>-< .I I I Ic
oct Sot ... >-c>-< III ..1111OH>....
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FortIa"on, Fla. \.c I I I I I'
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$ -- 5 -, '" y

IA the best general purpose wire fence In use. It
1st :song net-work without barbs. Don't
Injure stock. It will turn does/ pips, sheep and
poultry, as well as horses and cattle. The best
1O.OOO to select from. Varieties: SweeSeville fence for }Farms Gardens Stock Ranges and Rail
,Nonpareil Navel, Indian River,Magnum roads. Very neat pretty styles for Lawns. Parka,
Bonum and Hart's Late,budded in 1881 Fruit and Southern Produce School-lots and Cemeteries. Covered with rust-
1882 and 18S3 on sour stocks four years old proof paint or made of galvanized wire as pre
Price,from 25c. to f 1 each. Jarred: It will last r life-time. It is better than
ALBERT FRIES bards or barbed wire In every respect. The
Sedgwick Gates made of wronght-lron pipe and
St. Nicholas, Fla. steel wire defy all competition In lightness, neatness -
242 South Front St., Philadelphia. ,strength and durability. We make the best,
cheapest and asiest working all-iron automaticor
self-opeiiiue ,and the
I r .' rate neatest cheap
iron fences now made* The best Wire
:Stretchers,:Cutting Pliers! and Post Angers.
For rites an,. particulars ask Hardware Dealers
or address,mentioning paper,

e \ t llI SEDC'ii iK EL t OS., Richmond, Ind.

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REFERENCE: Our account sales!' with check on First National Bank,Camden, N. J.,soon
1 OO for 13 Week*.The
I I as goods are sold.'THR. SAM PLE POLICE UAZHTTTEwill
be mailed securely wrapped to any address In the

DYSPEPSIA, on United receipt States of COPES; One forTbreeMonthsI Dollar. Lib-

EE: : SICK HEADACHE, ILLS I eral discount allowed to Postmasters Agents and

( Gk 1 o!\ CONSTIPATION, Clubs.of New The York Illustrated POLICE Is the: MAILED Sporting and Sensational GAZETTE ONLY legitimate -:

A r.l'm iy for all Diseases of the LiTer,KId. Journal published on the American f
1KtCKAMFIOt( rabrcarer t neyg.Stomach and Bowels. A positivecure continent. Apply for terms to FREE
for Dsil, Mick Headache,
w Coustlpation. hose,one to two teaspoonfuls. Richard K. Fox, Franklin Square, New York.
Genuine Crab Orchard' Salts In sealed P"ckaffes at 10 and 2.:,cts. Xo genuine salts sold In bulk. I ,
Read this Testimony then TRY CO. Prop'rg. SIMON JONES. M H ,LoalnWe.KT. I -

IT for yourself. I I RON .

I Proprietors have letters like these Tho btu.t.4n..8ai!l.'liiit ,turn{;. 'rno now if yon ar.. Interested GROO
many :
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BETTER THAN QUININE. \, in deeigaund! fiubh. ft, 'i ii>r ourtltt:3(3: Catalogue,
Mr. M. M. Kesterson, Dorsey Co. Ark -- : I all..J e.J fully describes our Sew1-Drills. Bend for
rays: 'I can certify to the fact that Hughes'Tonic ) __ Tools. V and Illustrated Catalogue of
the best -
is chill tonic I ever tried. I "
| consider it better than quinine." 4t beel-Hoes, CINCINNATI ((0.) CORRUGATING CO.
S. L.. ALLEN a CC).
CURES CHRONIC CASES. _\ and Hollow Steel
Mr. H. W. McDonald, Laurel Hill, Miss. 127 and 129Cstharbe Standard Horse Hoes Bind Your Papers.
wntes: "Vour Hughes'Tonic for chills ana Street, \\, and Cultivators. Free to all. r We have a number of excellent files
fever has failed
never yet,and I have sold it
to a number"of chronic cases. It cures them rmLIJZ.t'mA) 1'. COEBESPOXDE5CE SOLICITED. -:- : for sale with the name "FLORIDA DISPATcn" -

every time. embossed thereon, affording a
Ask For Hnglies'Tonic c aid Take No Other
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE beautiful covering for paper, only $1
PRICE, $'.00_PER BOTTLE. 1 each.

R. A. ROBINSON PREPARED BY & CO., !t FLORIDA DISPATCH For Printing of every descriptionwrite

Wholesale Druggists,LOUISVILLE KY. I to C. W. DaCosta, Jacksonville,

For Sale by.Dmggists generally. Fla .
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Tariff to Western Cities from Jacksonville\ Callahan, Gainesville and Live Oak,

-- Per I Per I i Per i I I Per Per

TO Per Car TO Per Car TO Per I I Car I I I TO Per Car TO Per Carload
2' Box. load Boa. load Boa I lopd Boa Load
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Augusta, Ga..N..N.... 30 $60 00 Cedar Rapids, Ia......... .... Fort Scott, Kan........... 90 140 00: Logansport, Ind._........,1 ...... .......,. Portsmouth, Ohio......... ... ....._.
Atlanta. Ga..N_.......... 35 7000 Champaign, Ill.......?.... ... .......... .Gallion, Ohio......_.....,?. ... :......... Lincoln, Neb.. ..._.........1. 9-1 156 40 Peoria, IlL_.................. 65 116 00
Atchison, Kan.........?... ...... ......... \Dalton. (la......_..... ....... 40 80 00 GallIpolis Ohio............ .? I......... yiacon (la.....................! 25 50 00 PIUsburg-. Pa....._..... ... 66 126 00
Adratn, Dilcb................ ...... ......... Dayton 0.. ................... ... ......... Grand Rapids, Mich-... ... ''......... Mobile AIL..................I 40 80 00 Quincy J.Ill_..............?.. ...,.. .........
Ann Harbor, Mich...... .? .........j I Delaware, Ohio............. .........I! Henderson ,Ky............. 5S'100 00 Montgomery Ala........ 35 I 7000 Rome ua..1 40 80 00

Alton. 111....................... ... .....-. Defiance. Ohio............... ::. ..:...... I! Hickman, Ky........_...... 55: 1100 00 Mansfield, Ohio............ ... .....:.. Rock Island II I............ ...... .........
Anniston, Ala.............. 40 8000 Detroit. Mich_......_....... .0,. 120 001' Indianapolis Ind......... 00 11000 Masslllon, Oblo............ ... !.........1' Rochester N. Y._.....?.. 681lai 00
Birmingham, Ala_,..... 40 80 00 Danvllle, Ill................. ..... ......... ,, .Jeffersonville hid..... 58 108 00 Mt. Vernon.) Ohio........ ... ;........ Sandusky, Ohio............ 5116 00
Bloomington, Ill ......... ... ......... Davenpo la............... ...... 1..1' Jacksonville, 111 .....?.. ... ......... Memphis, oenn......_... 45 I 90 001 Iou x City, low"......... ... .....?..
' Burlington Ia.............. ... ..... ', 'Dubuque owa............ .,. 1;, ......... Joliet, 111............._.,....... ... ......... Milwaukee, WI8-......?. 70 ;, 120001' Springfield, III......-...... ...... .........
Bellevl le. iii....._......... ... ......... ;I I', ......... ..... j.......... J etferson City 1\10_...... ...... ......... I Madison Ind....._......... ... ......... : .St. Joseph, Io.........._... ...... ?...?..
Buffalo, N. Y....._.......... 66 126 00 Denver, Col................... 185 ,250 00 .Knoxville Tenn........ 45 90 00
Bay City Mlch?.?......... ...... .....?? Dixon, 111........_............ .l.......... Kenton Ohio................ ... ......... \Madison Wls................;, ...... ?.......I Saginaw, l\Ilch..?....... .. ... ....?...
B and ......_.....N. ... .. Ely rI a, Ohi 0.... ........... ........ .Kalamazoo. Moh_...... .70 1120 00 Montreal, Canada_...? ...4."I SprlngfleldOhlo-.......... ... .........
0?._...... .?... 70 120 00 .E vansv III e. I n d .......... 561/ 106 00 Kansas City, ._...... ......... [Nashv111e,Tenn..........., I I I St. Paul, 1\llnn............... ...... .....?..
Cincinnati. Ohio......... 55 .100 00 East Saginaw, Mich.. ... ......... Lanslng,1\IIch............... ....:. ......... New Orleans?........?..... 45 90 00 Toledo 0. .................. 70 120 00
Cairo Ill...................?- 60 no 00 East 1:3t.: Louis, 111......... 65 116 00 LaCrosse Nis.............. ...... ......... NeWark, Ohio.............. ... .....?..1 Terre haute, Ind ......_ 60 110 00
Columbus. Ky.?........... 5100 00 Emporia, Kan_.:.....,.... 1 05 16200 Lima, Ohio......_..... ...... ?. ......... !Omaha Neb............?... ...... .....?. I Toronto, Can................. ...... ..
Columbus, Ohio..........., .? ......?. Erie Pa................._...... 66 126 00 Lafayette, Ind......_...... ... .....?.. Ottawa. Can..... .?.....?.. ...... .........1' Topeka Kan.............?.. 95 14800
()Columbus Ga.............? 35 70 00 Fort Wayne, Ind..........! ... .....?.. Lancaster, Ohio...........,. ... ..,...... 'Oil City, Pa_ ....?.......?.. 66 126 00, Urbana. Ohio................ ..
Council BIU1l Ia.?..._ ... .. .. OhiO............... ..... ........ Leavenworto, Kan ...... ... ... ,..Pekin Ill. .....?.............. ?. ......... Wheeling, W.Va........?. 66 .126 00
Chicago 111._........_..... 65 .11600. remont, Ohio ......-......, ......1......... Louisville Ky_........._. 5-5 .100 00 ,Pana 111........................ ... ........., Winnipeg ManChattanooga ............. ...... ..........
Tenn.... 40 80 00 Fort Dodge Iowa.......... 1 170 00 Little Rock Ark....._... 55 120 00 ,P1qua, Ohio................... ... N...?..
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I Provi- I ''I Wash- Boston

Savan- Charles-I I New dente Phlladel- Baltiington.. New Phlladeland
nah. ton. ; York. and phla. more. I and York. phia. ProviBoston. -
I Balt1m'e dence.
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Stations of Savannah Florida & Western Railway._....................?.................... ... ... ...1 I I ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... I . . . .
and Live Oak..0 40 25 20 30( 60 30 60 30 60l I 27 b5 . . . .. .
Qainesville Jacksonville}'1ew$ Branford., ....._....._.............................?.. ....-.?...-................. 30 60 305 70 40 80 40 80 40I I 80 801, 37 75 ;i . . . .. .. .
:Landings on St. Johns river...................................................-.............................. 30 60 35 I 70 40 80 40 80I 901 l 37 75 'I i . . . . . .. .
Station on Fla So. Ry north of and including Ocala ....................?..?.............. 35 70 40 80 4.5 9Q 45 I i \1 90S'' 44 42 &5 . . . .. ... .
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Stations on Fla. So. Ry. south of Ocala ............................................?.......?......,. 37 75 42 s,1) 47 95< 49 95 95'' : i .. ... .
Stations on F1a. 80. Ry., 8t. J. & L. E. Division....?............_...................?.....?.. 37 75 42 85 47 95 I 951 47 .85 I 0' . . . .. .. ..

:Landings on Lake: Santa Fe_.....?........?......?......................._....................?........?. ... ... I! I ... ...... ..; .10 I 5:51: .. 55 110 .,. . . .. ....
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Tampa.................... ......................................................................,.......,.................. 45 90 50 l Ul I 55 110 &i 1 ? ...
I..andlngs on Manatee? Rlver.................._.....................................?......... ...........?. ... ...... ... ......1 1 ... ...... ... ...... .I ...... ... ...... . . . .. ....
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Stations on J., St.A & H. R. Ry.......................?.............. .... ?. ?? ;
70 40 4O" 80r7: 75 . . . ... .
Ualatka, ................................. .....................-...........--....?......-.................. 30 60 35 : 80 I SOl 401 I i' ,.:
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St. Augustine. .........._................................_.......................................................... ... .? ... ."I I:I ... ...... ...1... l I ...... .? ...... .. ... .
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Stations onJ T .K. W.Ry ... ...............................................-........................... ... ...1 I ... ...... ...1.I: ..... ....
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Landings on Lakes Eustis and Harris ....................................................?....?...... 42 S,5 951';I' 52 I 1 05 5'1 125 I I -..

Stations on South Florida Railroad. .......... ......... ..... 80 45 90" 52 100 50 1 00 50 100 47 I '" . . . . .. ....
From Belair to McKinnon Inclusive .......................... ... ..... ? 42 1.n
From Kissimmee to Acton, inclusive... ........................._ ................. ................. 45 90 50 100 55 110 55 1..0 t3 I 1 101 I I 52 ;i . I . .. .. eo ....
o From Plant City to Orients, inclusivQ.N..............._................................ ..... 50 100 5,1) 110 1120 60 1 1 20 I 120..' 57 i' 115 . .. .. ....
From Winter Haven to Bartow, inclusive..............................._..........._.......... 55 10 60 1 20, 6.5' 13d 65 130 l 65 130'I 6) 1'&)! . . . .. ....
Stations on F. R. & N. Co north of and Including Ocala............................._. 3''> a01 40 ,80 4.5 9Q 1. 90 4a, 9n1 42 00 . . . .. .. ..

Stations on F. R. & N. Co south of Ocala..?....................................................- 37 75 42 I 8-5 47 95 47 95 47 95 i I 4 . 0" . . .. ....
...... ... ......1 ... ...... .... ... ...... . . .. ....
Stations on Sanford & Indian River R. It.........._...........?.. ....??................._, ? i ".I 1 "'t
stations on Tavares Orlando & Atlantic IL R.....?............................................ ... ...... ... I ...1, ..... . . . . ... .
Gpolnts north Tarn pa .................................................................................... ... ...... ... ...... ... ... ...... ,I ... ...... ... ..... . . . ....
Gulf points) south Tampa.......?.......?.......?.....................?.......?.................?....... ... I .......... ... ........ ... ...... ... ....... I; ... ..... I ... 1 ... .. . . I . .1. ... .

The capacity of Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
CONNEC.TIONS. Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of charges.

Double dallyfast: freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 400 Standard Boxes. Excess ol mis
Line to all Eastern Interior a Y'-no"! r4" h*' "hflr r.>H for nro rota rv: "-lnnd nhtrmenta rnnnthe to one d Jnwtiop pry
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast

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

Providence. leaving Savan will be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and the
connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company,
transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage however
nah Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. it and that such loss must attach to the
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless be from negligence, solely
company upon whose line such negligence may be

Savannah Weekly connection Tuesdays and for Boston Fridays.via the Boston and Savannah Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line In good faith to connections at those points will not
this Line.
be subject to correction by

Savannah Weekly connection every Thursday.for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for Insertion lu
Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
Saturday. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
Sailing days of Steamships are subject to change without notice. No single shipment taken for less than $l to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Balti

more. If shipped beyond they will be charged in addition the single package rates of con-
i INFORMATION FOR IIII PER necting lines and cost of transfer. .

Stencils, shipping receipts and Information furnished on application to any of the agenii.
add the rates of connecting
to the above, :
from tributary
rates points
To make through
For further information If needed, apply to Agents of the lines or to

lines to above rates. 8x14x22 Inches, and the weight U C. D. OWENS. JAMES L. TAILOR,
The dimensions of the Standard Box for Vegetables are Trcono Manager Savannah, Ga G n'l Freight Agent, Bavaunab g..,
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WM. CANNON, British Colony of Roxburgh ,

Agent for Bale of Lots In : NOW FORMING.

Kissimmee City, West Kissimmee and >=>:J = I Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The
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Rosalie. r= _= d. town is only 5 miles from the metropolis of the State, situated on one of the

I! leading; railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville.
Also for Lands owned by ? _-


t Iflr n J. C. ROXBURGH,
: U nov2tf 39 WPS! Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.

I ,1---J /,,.. : 0 ,OOOOOO ACMES ofFOR LAND
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rrupon.den Solicited \T Iit \ -,__-.}
Iit :::z. '. 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 BAILEY 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
Biz months. Do not delay if you want them at the present low prices.
The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice,
Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange
Address all correspondence about the above lands to

"'VVi11iaYY'l: c rnacia, Sumter, Hernando, Hillsboroug, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee,

KTKSIMMKE PITY. "KORII| Consisting ofthe finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State of Florida. Price
1.25 to 85 per acre, according location.For .
further information, apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka,Fla.

E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,

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 Parkmeal

hundred deep,clear spring lakes, within a radius of ten mites. Their high banks
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit ol the
dividing ridge of the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an Inducement to the Invalid. Es1a-te: ; :Exc: ange.
Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating, fishing, etc., offers the fluest opportunity for t
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 orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the tact that both the South Florida
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most
desirable locality in South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and up- Orange Groves,choice'Building Lots and good Garden land near the city for sale.
wards, and 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 par ties who will Improve.
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.
ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange -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 2UO 99-!Money to loan on Improved property. .
acres now being established by a sugar planter irom 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
requisitesfor Office Hours at No. Reed's Block, Bay street City, irom 9 to 11 A.M.
asettler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North- At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p. M. sept2S>-UfO

west.This .
Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter, Alachua and Orange Counties ------
,and first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida Railroad. It woulddo
well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before purchasing -

For full particulars address, S. o : B
BLOUNT & WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County, Florida.G. p o wsr ;
M. MORRISH, Anclote Hernando County, Florida. (IJ & "0 COCO
J. E. LAMBETH. Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida. (lJC" ::
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida, or to o vjr Ha C III
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1 South Florida Railroad and its <() 1 < : 0 -,-- 94 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.

Leave- A M '-i---I ; AM Consignments of oranges solicited. We have a trade that consumes all our oranges with
I Bartow Branch, R. R. Wharf-I_...............1..1........ ........ out having to send to auction. Remittances sent on day of sale. JuneslyEsTA131.41s11
Sanford........ 8 00 ....... 4 4.5110 00 8 2IJtBelalr.
In the Counties of ......... 810 ........ t 571010: 835 .
... Longwood... 8 ........ 515'10' 25 915Altamonte. jE2I 1875.Commission .
Orange, _..0 8 Z3.......... 5 2.5ilO; 33 938
Maitland..... 8 ......._ 5 3510' 45 1010
Polk, Winter Park 8 4.5i..... .. 5 57.10 55 10 :m E. BEAN
Brevard Orlando....... : 9 0'.1 AMi; 6 2011 15 Il 35Kissimmee.
J Sumter, 40 9 451 5 20i 7 1012 0.5 1 15 ,

,' and IlillsborougJi. UIalnesCtty! 61110! 30'! 6, 171.;IP.M.jPM.... .. ........ ........ Merchant and Forwarder,
Bartow J'nc, 6)$ 10 471; 6 ;J7i.-; '........ 350
l'k : 83,000 Sores Auburndale 7210 57 6 50'',.. ..... ........ 4 15 Waycross Railroad Wharf Jacksonville Fla. "
Lakeland..... SJ: 11 25 750 ......_ _...... 5 40 ,
r of these are NEWLY acq ul'rd Lands, which Plan City... 9Jlll; IS 8 .... ..I........ 6 35 Branch PackiiigvIIoiiheVaycross* Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.raii .
f Sefner...._... 1031210: 8 20...........1........ 7 20
having been for several years reserved from Ar Tampa... 115112 to 92)1., ; .......'........ H'III '( : g ems, Ltemc: > n.: S.,
sale are now offered. I PM AM' And other Fruits and Vegetables,

These lands comprise all classes and grades PACKED SHIPPED AND SOLD.
.I of South Florida soils. High Pine and Oak .I o Boa a='-0. ..bQ'.. Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.
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Lands among the Backbone Hills In the famous STATIONS. -'d, I () 0 ;C.)ZI wzi c-reen.:: : I..eTn a
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Lake and Hill region of t e Peninsula. F 'w < e- FSLeave + RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE SHAPE.

Lake Views and Lake Fronts; large areas of Tampa.-.....?.I 1------' 0 2 001., ....... 5 ro r........ --;6 30Sefiner. ; croIV:: ere' !3-u.r: :>] 11es. .

Pineand Oak _...... 12, 2 ....... 6 05 ...... 7 15 Have a full stock of Growers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
lands well timbered with
table Plant City.. 22! 2 50 ........ 6 40 ....... 8 20 Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box in use. Beach
Low well-timbered Pine Lakeland.. 32 3 15i.' ..... ; : 9 :85Auburndale' (Bangor)Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, IHoopsManiUa OT'cln Wraps,etc., etc., all of
undergrowth; 43 3 401........,. 8 II..I 10 20 the[ best quality, and cheaper than the cheapest.

Lands; Prairie and Marsh Lands set In rich Bartow J'nc\ 54 47 I 4 3.08' .....,.......... 818.8 35' ..PM.... 1125jllainesCity ........ Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car

native grasses affording good pastures for Kissimmee..I 75I!, 5 OQI AM,! 5 401 9.80 Ar; IAv 2 QQ 130 Send for Circulars and Stencils. sep4-tf

. cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Orlando..._... 93 545 6 :35 PM 250' 320 __ .._n. ______-
Winter P'rk 97 5 57 6 501.......I 3 O'l 3 50Maitland.100 ----
of Kissimmee : 6U3 58j....... 310 4 10
railroad towns
thriving new Altamonte 102 61U. 7 10........ 325 4 :37 THE HARTLEY CHAIR CO. CHICAGO

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Winter Haven Bartow Auburndale Lakeland Longwood... 105 6 18 7 20 335:
jBelair..112: 6 30 7 38 ......_ 3 50 5 40
Plant City, Seffner, Mango, Orient and Ar. Sanford 115 6 40 7 50.......... 400 5 55
R. Wharf.... T MANUFACTURE the
Dade City. Pemberton Ferry Branch.-S.F. R.R. OFFICE LOJNGE I 1 BEST: Chairs and
I Lounges in the World.
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For further information apply to Land De- F'st F'st F'st F'st '" They have all the different .
C::"' .M'l. Ft. STATIONS. 1\1'1 Ft. :" Reclining I'asitions, ,
partment of South Florida Railroad Com- ti 19. 25. 20. 26. A and can be rigidly fastened -
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o 5.15 3.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.3 9.10 75 found only in their goods.

11 5.47 4.25 .........Owensboro ......... 8.58 8.27 6t They are durable A simple -
GWYNN, 16 5.58 4.55''...........Dade City_......... 8.48 8.05 59 with a variety of designs -
23 6.17 5.251..Rlchland. ........ 8.30 7.2.5)2::) I and prices to suit.
Janl2-tf General Land Agent. 43 7.35 ........._ ( ........... 7.40 5.4532 INVALID If you want a COMFORTABLE -
53 8.00 8.00.Plant City.!........ 6.5. 4.30 22 1--' CHAIR. : and ='T piece
63 8.25 8.551., .......Heffner............. 6.25 3.4512 .A "": ., them PARLOR LOUNGE.
t 75 8.55 9.50JArrive.) ..Tampa..Leave 6.00 3.00 0 + ='""before buying.Theya10 .

LEDWITH & SOLLEE make Physicians'
: Bartow Rrancn.-Daily. :
Chairs and
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Pas. Pas. ; 1- m Pas. Pas. J
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 11.10 4.15 0 Lv__Bartow Junft Ar 10.40 3.35
Headquarters for Halnes City Property. 11.25 4.35 5 Lv_WinterHaven.Ar 1210.25 3.20
12.00 5.1517 Ar. ..Bartow .Ar 17 9.451 2.40

Lakeland Branch.-Daily.

.. 'HAINES CITY. Mouth Bound. North Bound.

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8.10 7.40 0 t Lv_ .Lakeland Ar 7.00 7.20
8.30 8.00 7.LvHiAr Hakell LVI 6.32' 6.50
9.00 8.3t:: Bartow' Lv! 6.15, 6.30
Healthy High Rolling Land with .
Sanford and Indian Iliver Railroad.

Beautiful Lake Fronts. Daily except Sunday.
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This is a Rare Opportunity to Purchase -, '. '

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Lots on the Highest Tractof '3 I 5.17 ....... .... .... 7 i 14
5 5.25 ..... .jjRutledge......... 7.15.. '::12
Laud in Tropical Florida. 17 ;, 6.05 Ar..Ovideo .......Iv 6..>>1 _-0
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Daily except Sunday. No. 1 and 2 Dally.
Trains No. 4,6, lU and 8 Daily except Sunday.I
Haines City Is situated half-way between Train No. 3 stops at Lakelwudfor break fast.
Sanford and Tampa,and right on the South Trains No. 19 and 20 Dally. *I'mlus No.:21 and
Florida Railroad. It is situated on the high- 22 Daily except unday. ;
est land in South Florida-rich,rolling I and Connects at Sanford with Sanford mid In- Ci
healthy This excellent country lies to the dian River Railroad for Ovideo and points on
southward of large lakes which protect the Lake Jes sup; with the Peopled Line and
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamers: C. H. ROOERS.D. .
fact of the Indians having selected this section for Jacksonville and all intermediate points D. I). HOG KR. 'J j i :,10.H. t. ,
of country as a home demonstrates be- on St.Johns River,and with Steamers: for Indian ID. ROGERSIUi
yond a doubt that it absolutely the richest River and Upper St.Johns. > iavloa
portion; since it is their aim, on account oi At Kissimmee with tteamersfor: Fort Myers! DEALERS IN .0 oq
aversion to labor to find the most fertile and Bassi tiger,and points on Kissimmee river.
tracts; thus affording large returns from a At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern 1I.1Exa.A.L: : :: FL :: -SJt. ) n. ....aslfoadeet1fai
very moderate expenditure labor. Railway for all points North East and West g tRtgf" Ovd314
Come and see this town before buying elsewhere and at Bartow with the t fi'lorida Southern Corrugated [run Fire Proof Iron Shutters, .;' t". "' lfJ.bnJ"J .i dJo"(1tA1o8tatM eo JlO J

Railway for Fort Meade and points oath.: Agents for 1":. Van Noorden A Co's I _" ,')..m.8 a brll v.>l'Y"I tita.I fnr! '" r...,:::>[do atnu II ..U
F. J. HINSON, Through Tickets sold at all regular stations Yl "1! 1 ,, bo8! & (
Haines City, Polk County, Fla. points North East and West.FREDERIC. 1\.1.: ETA L I C s..n..I'N,._. '. .. "a--a.w..1rrld. .(la.14%a
H. BAN U, 74 West Bay
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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. r

FJrs -Class Passenger Accommodations. HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES

No Transhipment. **- No Extra Hiind.llnif. *'V.. a

Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion S3 .OO; Steerage, 812, O "'0 0d Orj --f

The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from o :rn 4.LL ...... I

Boston every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as; follows: O 0 8 Q !? : \I' E o.

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CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..............................................Thursday, April 15,at 3:30 p.m G or o;
GATE Hedge........................................................-Thursday, April :22, at 9:00 p. m d 'r O
CITY CITYACapt. Capt. Kelley............................................... Thursday, April 29, at 2:30 p. m Z: CAP
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge..........................................................Thursday, May 6,at 7:30 p. m a -
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley................................................Thursday, May 13,at 2:00 p. m d 3 r
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge............. ............................................Thursday, May 20),at 7:30 p.m (a: 1O ": wAIR
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley....................-...........................-Thursday, May 27,at 1:00 p.m m)
GATE CITY, Capt. I Hedge........... ...............................................Thursday June 3,at 6:30: p.m .
CITY OK MACOf", Capt. Kelley.............................................Thursday, June 10, at 12:30 p. m W
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge....................................-......................Thursday, June 17, at 6:30 p. m THE BEST IN1IUSE.
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CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..............................................Thursday, June 24, at 11:00 a. m .- .."
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,
"Of all the fertilizers used on some 15,000 trees the Clark's Cove Orange-
Savannah Florida October,1885,says:
Bills Tickets Central Railroad of Georgia ,
Through of Lading and over "
better results than other used. Send for Pamphlet and full particulars -
Tree Food gave any
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line.
(Florida Dispatch)and the Steamers of the S '" Island Route. tdec7tf WIGHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER,State Agents.
W. H. RINv- Nickerson's Wharf, Boston.

For For Rooms Freight and apply Tickets to RICHARDSON apply to & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah, Ga. WII:: ...1I: iI.P: .M .A.. 7:J31TEI.3:: : ,

gepl-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,


T J: :b E -FOR- 3-.A.EI.JE: : : S EJEI: : :>Si.I .

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 NEWYOKJEtAND Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat,


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Steamship Company Analysis. .

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.) FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE

Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y OfK. MURIATE OF POTASH'IJIADE UN SULPHATE POTASH,

To or from New York, Cabin, 120>; Steerage,$10; Excursion (return follows) : \). NITRATE SODA, KAINIT ETC.
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as : ,
Prices on application. July 27 tiSCOFIELD'S
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CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson.._......................................Tuesday,June 1- 5:00 p. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett................................._Friday,June 4- 7:00 a. m IRON WORKSAdjoining
CHATTAHOOCHEE Capt. Catharine........_...................................Sunday,June 6- 8:30: a. m
NACOOCHKE) Capt. Kerapton........................................................Tuesday,June 8-10:00( a. m
TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher .......?..................................._............Friday,June 112:00 p. m
CITY OF AUOUkFA, Capt. Nickerson.. ........................................Sunday,June 134:00 p. m Passenger Depot, JTIjACOlV, iA. Manufacturers of the old and well knownSOHOFIELD'S
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett..............................Tuesday,June 15- 5:00( p. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine................................................Friday,June 187:00 a. m
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton_.........................................................Sunday,June 208:30: a. mTALLAIIASS11E PATENTED
Capt. Fisher.,.............................. ......................Tuesday,June 22-10:00 a. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA Capt. Nickerson...........................................Friday.,June IB-12:30 p. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. II. C. Daggett..................................Sunday,June 27- 2:00 p. m
CIIATTAIiOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine..............?.............................Tu sday,June 294:00 p. rn EMPIRE PREMIUM COTTON PRESSThe

most substantial,best built,and fastest packing COTTON PRESS on the market. Packs
Steamers do not
[ carry Passengers.]

JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett_........... .................?...................... ....Saturday, June 57:30 a. m by water hand or, steam'horse; Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers,
9JI9H9,9PVT: ...................................................................Saturday,June 123:00 p. m All sizes and styles-4 to 100 horse power. Shafting Pulleys, Hangers, :Mill Gearing -
JUNIATA, Capt. Daggett.........................................................._....Saturday, June lit 8:00a. m power.and Machinery a specialty. Hancock Inspirators the best boiler feeder known
DESSOUG, Capt. .............................................._................._..Saturday, June 26- 1:30: 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. SCHOFIELD & 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.

HSNBYrY9.NGTE'4A8SVt'G.. M. SORREL Agent, __ _ _____ -- ------ ---- -- ---
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W. L JAMES Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia.J. .
D. HA8IIAGEN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida fc Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway Y.
For Rooms and Tickets apply to EL&HART CAttHgACE! & HARNESS M'F'C CO.

H. R. CHRISTIAN Gen'l Soliciting Agent,66 Bay street. No.1 Farm 00 Cfl Every Buggy sold by the middle Platform S55
_. n __ Harness, y&wivu man bas several dollars added Wagon,
to the First Price. We have no
agiru. but for twelve years
SHERIDAN'SCONDITION have dealt with the consumer. ,
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lego of examining before buy
ing. We freight charges
.11 bath ways pal not satisfactory.
POWDER Warrant rytbin for!iy ears.
One price on I v. Platform Spring
II ahlnnoeat and. a Wagon$55 1 Is same a<<>'hers
..eUat$& Farm Wagons$4O.
oanoe UwortaalUof Top Buggies at SflO, fine as usually sold for 9125. OUr Harness
any other kind. It strictly a medicine to be riven with food. Nothing on earth will make hens lay liko ,: to 825. G4pog
; are all No. 1 Oak Leather tingle,
it. Xteurvi'chicken cholera and all dir"a es of liens. Is worth its weight gold. Illustrated book by
JD&11 rr... erywn". or sent mail far 25 cents in a lU lb. Illustrated Catalogue free. Addr*si,
Oda stamps airtight tIn cans, $ls
111"aau. i ttUa by epre...p. 1d,for li .oo. Da. X. a JOHWBOW 00..Boston. Rase.L W. II. I'ltATT, Secretary, EJkh&rf, Iodlju



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