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 28, 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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1876.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-new ser. v. 9, no. 3 (Jan. 21, 1889).
General Note:
D.H. Elliott, editor.
General Note:
Published at: Live Oak, Fla., <June 20, 1877>-Feb. 11, 1880; and at: Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 18, 1880-Jan. 21, 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (May 8, 1876).

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'season." If these crops have not time to those residents of the State, who haveas inches of soil-the deeper the soil the

!torI for July. ripen seed, they can be cut for forage yet made no effort in this line, will better it is for the growing crop.

as soon as they tassel or blossom, and find them trustworthy. It has often Don't be stingy with the fertilizer, Pe

if carefully cured will make excellent been said, and no doubt believed by ter Henderson says one hundred and .
.A, On ,the' Farm." "rf <\I provender. Plenty of forage and hay many, that vegetable cannot be grownon fifty two-horse wagon loads is a fair
If the which set inhere
"rainy season, i insures sleek, comfortable and thrifty our common pine land, but it has allowance per acre for a truck garden.We .
midsummer, (June 21st.)
on day, stock, and an abundance of stable and now been demonstrated by actual experience of course must qualify that some-
continues during July, our farmers "Jot" manure,for next spring's use. Do in all parts of the State that what in its application to our loose

should make it,a.special' point to, put not neglect this matter of hay and for- any land that will grow an orange tree sandy soils, but what is most neededfor
ina of sweet tatoe Have
: crop p ageit: is worth the earnest and persistent will also produce ,a potato or a cab- them is vegetable mold ad libitum,
your ridges prepared,:and stick in the I attention of all farmers who bage, and indeed, almost any vegetable they having had all this burned out
cut vines at all favorable seasons
deserve good and profitable live stock. that will grow anywhere in the of them by the annual fires which
about the,.20th ..ofJuly, .. .. ..
finishing up .\'<=n.-- -- .a "", D. I)".- .U. "' ""- ,.-: .< 'have'swept'over them perhaps for: cen--.. -
We have invFlorida which yield ..
no} crop July is a hot and sometimes a dry turies. The wonder is not that our

such satisfactory returns for the The Vegetable Garden.It month, occasional heavy showers, requiring lands are so poor, but that they will
amount! of labor expended, as the, is interesting to see as one passes constant labor with growing produce anything. If you have no

sweet potato.In through the State that one effect of the crops and great care and skill with stable manure, muck composted with

the greater part of the State, I severe freeze is already manifest in the planting and sowing, and if repeated bone meal and sulphur of potash is a
Corn has, ere this, received the last increasing interest that people are giv- efforts are required before we get a very good substitute. Cotton seed

working,and is "laid 'by ;" but, where ing to raising of vegetables for home "stand" of such seed as we sow, we meal, 100 pounds ; bone dust, 30

the crop is backward, it will "pay" to consumption. A few years ago vegetables must not be discouraged. As most of pounds, and sulphur of potash 35 I

run through the rows ,once more, to were never seen on sale at our the garden crops are now gathered it pounds, thoroughly mixed, is a very
keep down_ the. late growth of grass village stores, but now it is no uncom- I! is time to begin to prepare the soil for good fertilizer to be used; in the hill.

and weed.. mon thing to see tomatoes, squash, the fall and winter garden. For old Perhaps nothing comes nearer to be-

Cotton.should be constantly surface cabbage, beans, potatoes, onions and land from which a crop has just been ing a complete commercial fertilizer .
worked with sweep or harrow to keep other kinds on sale in many places, taken, if you have plenty of decomposed for all)) kinds of vegetables than a good

all clean and mellow, and encouragethe besides the cities and larger towns, stable manure, give it a liberal article of blood and bone.

formation and growth of bolls. and those who do not raise them-and dressing and plow it under, plowing WHAT TO PLANT.It .

S agar Cane should, also, be regu- there are far too many who do not- deep, let it lie just as the plow leavesit must be kept in mind that all
larly worked, until the closing and interlocking "buy and eat." the furrows will prevent the rains crops planted now must be shaded,

rows obstruct the passageof Florida will never be independentuntil from running off and carry it down) to and unless showers are frequent they

horse or mule. Much seedcanewas she raises at least as much as she assist in the further decomposition of must be watered. As only a small

destroyed by the severe cold of consumes. To be helpful in promot the fertilizer. Let it lie in this condi- piece of ground is necessary in our
last winter, and every effort should ing this industry and in making the tion until you are ready to plant it in climate where two or even three crops

now be made to produce a new and family garden a success is one of the the fall. a year can be raised, this watering is
full supply. The same remarks ap chief ambitions of the DISPATCH. New ground is not profitable for not so much of a task as it might at t

ply to cassava, which is a very valua Truck farmers and others who have garden crops until it has borne a crop first appear to be. Have your gardennear

ble crop, deserving far more attention been engagedin this business for years of cow-peas or sweet potatoes, or been your dwelling; keep in the gardenone
than it has heretofore received. may not need the hints which we give "sweetened" by a liberal applicationof or more barrels, into which all the s

Cow Peas, if not already planted, from time to time, but our aim is to lime. The chief advantage to be chamber slops and waste water from ;

should be 'put in largely, at once, to induce others to begin, at least the derived from the lime is in the decomposing : the house can be put every day; put in- I
make a full supply of seed. The cultivation of vegetables for home con- of the organic matter in the also from time to time a peck of drop- t

"Conch," "Big Black," "Speckled sumption, if nothing more, and it is soil and making it available] for plant pings from the poultry house; thus ;

Crowder," etc., are all good varieties. for such chiefly that these monthly food. We would not advise deep you have always ready a liquid fertilizer \

j Fodder and Hay crops, such asa hints are given. We hope that they plowing of new soil the first time, but equal to any that can be made j:
l'Pearl1tIillet," "Kaffir, Corn," "Millo\ will continue to be profitable in the at each subsequent plowing give it a and suitable for all plants that have

Maize," etc., may still be< planted, andsrqw they have been in the past, liberal covering of manure and plow got a start. The best way to apply it \ I
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plant or row, pour in the liquid, and with the cultivator. This will work', attended in June, it should be done at not to so great an extent."
when. .it has all sunk away fill it up the leaves of the peas into ,the top once, or it will be too late. The trees The grafting and the budding knife
again: soil, and at the same time tear up the will now be growing vigorously; keep have thus far been found to be the
Corn may still be planted; the budworm grass that has commenced to grow. the tops shapely by removing water- only sure means of reproducing and
may trouble it, but a little] warm Hoe around the trunks of the trees sprouts and cutting back too luxuriant extending chosen varieties of fruit.
sandf put into the bud is a good remedy and leave the pea vine stems on top of growth.In Years of experience have taught us
!-' This could not be done in a the ground to act as a mulch but near the nursery this the last month that, the planting of seed of chosen
large crop, but with a small patch it enough to the trees to be out of the for summer budding, even during this varieties to reproduce the same, resultsin
wilf... pay for those who are fond of way of the cultivator for the present. month it is rather late, but the supplyof failure. Sumetimes new varieties,
green; corn. They will soon rot so as to break up budwood has been so retarded by better than the parent stock, are produced
;Okra may also be planted, but if readily and form but little obstructionto ; last winter's freeze, that the work of and from these we obtain our
the spring planting has been properly future cultivation. Sow 'another budding will be largely done in July] choice Florida varieties, as the Magnum -
'cultivated it should keep in bearing crop of cow-peas immediately, and if this season. For points on buddingsee Bonum, Homosassa, Nonpareil,
until frosts come. As this ..vegetablecan the growth of'the last crop was not issue of May 31, page 379. As the Hart's Tardiff,Dances Tangierine
be used in so many ways, green or very rank, keep out this one by the buds start out lun over them once To reproduce these budding is our only
dried, and as it is so wholesome, it use of a little cotton seed meal, ground every five to seven days, and keep method. As to uniformity, we con-
should be more extensively cultivated. bone and potash, or some reliable] them growing ereet. Don't tie them sider this to be of little less value to
Irish Potatoes. A few of these may commercial fertilizer. The peas will up to stakes; this plan is"old school;" the grower than quality. We have
now be planted. :Make the soil rich; absorb the quick acting properties of it is expensive, and nothing is gainedby seen groves of sweet seedlings where
plow deep; plant moderately deep; the fertilizer, while that of a more it. If a shoot is inclined to lop there seemed to be as many kinds,
cover with grass or coarse litter, then lasting nature, like potash, will finally over, or grow crooked, cut it off at the sizes, shapes, colors, degrees of sweet-
with soil; don't hill up much in work- 1 ie utilized by the trees themselves if first "upwardgrowing" eye, even if todo ness, etc., as there were trees in the
ing, and you will be very likely to not taken up by the peas as potash this you cut back nearly to the grove, and such, when prepared for
have a crop of new potatoes in the does not waste in the soil to any appreciable point of insertion. Keep the bud erect market, would invariably commandbut
fall.Ruta extent. By raising cow- and strait, and pinch back each successive the very lowest prices.
Bagas and other varieties of peas on the ground and incorporating growth to a length which the Budding enables us to grow a uni-
turnips are also to be sown. Keep them into the soil, you will get a tree can sustain in this upright posi- formly; good fruit that cannot other-
the seed shaded and moist until the cheap and valuable fertilizer in the tion, and which will be steady enough wise be had of the different chosen
plants are established. shape of decayed vegetable matter to sustain the next growth. Do not varieties. It shortens the time before
Tomatoes. If you have no young that will not "burn up" the trees dur- let citrus trees branch until they are fruiting and relieves the grower of
plants to set out, sow a little seed in a ing hot weather and that will per- waist high, but rub off side shoots. some years of care and expense, and
box and you will be likely to have manently improve the quality of the When forming the head give the tree oftentimes poverty. Often an orchard-
fruit*< before frost comes. soil. Aim to add to the soil and incorporate the desired shape by pinching back I ist with small means will succeed if his
Cabbage seed may also be sown in a with it each year that the new growth. By following these i trees will yield him an income in
box for an early fall crop. which shall be of a beneficial and last- plans one gets a shapely tree, insteadof three to five years, but who would be
, $Kohl-rabi. Sow and treat as cab- ing character, so that the quality of the awkward,bushy specimen,which ruined if compelled to wait eight or
the soil will become each year perm- is so common. The work involved is ten. We have seen sweet seedlings
bage.Celery seed may now be sown, have nently improved, and the trees can much less than would seem from the fifteen years old that had never bornean
the soil rich and fine. Do not cover draw on it for a vigorous and healthy description. One man can easily go orange. We believe it will pay to
the seed, simply pat it.down with the growth during the entire season and over forty thousand buds. Keep the bud the citrus fruits, and that we can-
hand. It is best to sow the seed in a not be entirely dependent upon the sweep, plow or cultivator constantly not afford not to do so. Says Mr.
box. Celery cannot be grown excepton forced growth resulting from the : running. Geoge W. Atwood, an intelligent
,moist land.Cashaws spasmodic applications of highly stim- .. grower, in writing to a friend from St.
and other pumpkins may ulating (and often highly priced) com- Ciro tc and Orchard Augustine in 1877*: "Do not let any
still be planted, provided the hills are mercial fertilizer. J. L. T. man, or number of men, in pomological -
kept shaded until the plants are estab-- Grove and. 4 Nursery. convention, induce you to adoptthe
lished., The above institutions for orchard TREES.A plan of establishing a seedling
Lettuce will still produce good headsif culture in summer are largely applicable orange grove, for if you do, you will
the heat-resisting varieties are.sown. i to the grove at this season. If cow Editor Letter FLORIDA from a DISPATCH Veteran:Orange Grower. awake some of these days from a Rip
This is about the list of things Van Winkle dream and find yourselfas
peas have been planted in early spring, In reply to your correspondent ask-
which can be profitably planted at this the first crop will be ready to turn under ing information as to the relative far behind the age and times as he
season. If careful shading and water- this month, or if the trees are too merits of seedling orange trees vs. is represented to have been. No two
ing is attended to, a crop can be had large to admit of turning them under, budded, I submit the following: Al- seedling orange trees will ever producefruit
in the fall and early winter months, they should be cut and piled aroundthe though this question has been or exactly alike, and your fruit will
and it mil pay. trees. Whether peas or any other many years discussed pro and con, we be promiscuous and variable in char-
SEEDS. crop has been grown upon the soil, or can but think it an important one to acter and quality, while others having
It is best to buy seed direct from clean culture has been followed up to those engaging in the cultivation. select and uniform varieties, will find
the grower, not those that are kept on this time, we recommend planting a the same. Your correspondent says a more ready demand and sale at fully
commission. In buying, select those crop of peas this month, or as soon as two points may be mentioned in favorof fifty per cent. advance over these ship-
varieties that will stand the heat best. the crop now growing is gathered or buds, viz., quality and uniformity. ping only promiscuous and variable
,. J. H. S. laid by. Clean culture during sum- These two alone, it seems to us, oughtto fruit. In an extract taken from the
'' In the Orchard. mer is ruinous. On the other hand, be abundantly sufficient to decide Florida Agriculturist from a report of
In the orchard, plow under cowpeas allowing the natural growth of weeds the question. We believe it is true the Florida Fruit Growers' Association -
about the time the first peas and grass to take the ground is jump- that all fine fruits are at first the resultof on the nomenclature of the citrus
commence to form, or if trees are near ing from the fryingpan into the fire. accident. The fine varieties are family, we read "Seedling oranges
together and the roots near the top of The trees cannot grow in the compact, propagated by budding or grafting. differ in quality, and in order that!
the ground, mow the peas with a und rated soil, and suffer greatly from "A thousand peach pits would produce Mediteranean and West India fruit
scythe, leaving them on the groundtill drought. Give the trees thorough but numerous varieties of the peach, may be excluded from our Northernand
the leaves drop off, then rake or not clean culture. If the trees are to but very likely only one of the whole Western markets, none but the
pitch the bare stems around the trunks be fertilized twice during the year, and lot would be worth perpetuating. The best varieties should be propagated,
of,the'trees and run over 'the orchard i i the second fertilization has not been same rule.!applies to the orange, though cultivated and marketed; as iA done

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with apples, pears, grapes and other of Gainesville, thus writes under under should remain seedling, because the ality with which these fruit growers .

fruits. When the finer varieties of date of May 27 : necessary subsequent outlay given to address themselves to the work of developing :

oranges shall have been named, prop "Many orange trees are dying that : budded trees would bring a return so the horticultural resources of ':
appeared a month to be comingall
agated, planted in quantity, and care- right. On close ago examination I much greater that the difference would that wonderfully progressive State.

fully and honestly marketed, they will 'find that only a small band of sound more than cover the first cost of the We can hardly realize the fact that j

be purchased as particular varieties bark, near the ground or sometimes grove. this is but the fifth anniversary of \

and not as the mixed product of any I higher up, was intact. This, whilst the 1--t their organization, a* we read the details -
I ground supplied a plenty of moisture, The Bidwell Peach.
particular grove or locality. If such of their labors and consider the I
fed the upper portion of the tree ; but The Bid well is attracting

peach just now
a be fruit their and the
course can pursued, possess- magnitude'of triumphs
was quite insufficient when the drouthset the attention of the farmers
ing superior qualities, and sold under in. In' many cases vigorous shoots and fruit growers of this section. The world-wide comprehension of their in-

distinguishing names, will be sought have started out below." fruit is a seedling from th? Peen-to. terests, so intelligently manifested.It .

after and will command remunerative Has the same point been observedby A. I. Bidwell planted the seed at his is now near fifteen years since the

prices, while mixed samples, unknownand others ? Shall an argument be Arlington nurseries,near Jacksonville, first convention of fruit growers in
thence drawn against growing of aud three moved thirteen of T
inferior varieties, will become a grafted treesJ. G. K. in Times- years ago Florida was held at Palatka, and we
the seedling trees to this place. All
drug in the market, and will not pay Union. well recollect the interests with which ,
have been fruiting for two years. The I
commissions and cost of transportation. We cannot see haw. a solid argu- second crap is ripening just now. Of the intelligent men of the State entered \

." Another very important factoris ment against budded trees can be the thirteen trees six are producing upon the new career of horticultural \

that the budded 'tree, is much less drawn from the fact that in round instead of flat fruit, while the development then just opening. But '
some sections -
thorny, which saves largely the fruit of the others is in no way differ- from want of comprehension plans for
punc- have been
orange trees cut to ent from the regulation Peen-to. Of I.
turing the fruit and adds to the comfort practical co-operationdivided interests,
the the
ground or nearly to groundby the round ones there appears to
of all who come near the trees for the recent freeze. If both are cut, four varieties. One of these is peculiarly local jealousies, or mutual misapprehensions ,

gathering the fruit, pruning, washiug the one below the bud, the seedling and distinctively acid, another I our general progress was im- I

and working them. In no other way Ito the earth, the latter will throw up is a month later than the rest, while a peded and the State fell behind its \
third and the best is
can this be brought about, while in and form apparently a large neighbors in industrial development, ,
sprouts a sweet tree, delicious peach, with no bitter or disa-
this way it can be entirely obviated.An case of the former there is left greeable flavor. The tree is a vigorous and no well defined State policy for .

objection sometimes raised by the only the stock upon which the bud grower upon ordinary pine land, mutual protection and systematic cooperation !

advocates of sweet 'seedlings is that was worked, thus the advocate of and this year is fruiting much more has yet accrued. We are I

budding dwarf the trees. This we sweet would heavily than the Peen-to which is growing ; to-day without a State Board of Hor-
This is
seedlings argue : t
: beside it. Mr. Bidwell well
was so
think has not been borne out by facts ticulture or Agriculture and our
true, but the shoots from the stock if pleased with it last year that he had J
and is only theory. It is possible'that budded will yield fruit earlier than. eight hundred trees budded with it for industrial progress subordinated to :

so much earlier fruiting may, to some the seedling sprouts. This objectionto his own use, and these are now grow schemes for political and speculative,

extent, dwarf the tree, but we should budded trees, which really amounts ing in orchard form on his place. It aggrandizement.
consider it if it -be Who has stood the tests of cold and. hot California the other hand has '
a gain so. to could be if the I on or-
nothing, not urged weather and an unusual drouth, and
has not seen sweet seedling trees that trees budded close below ganized early ; all the branches of
to or seems to flourish under all circumstances. \
grew so tall and spread so much that the ground. This is easily done with As the peach fruits in two years horticulture unite to surmount the

nothing but a squirrel-could ever reach mall trees in nursery, and, is the best from planting out, here seems to be greater obstacles to success and ,with a \

quite a large per cent of the fruit. :method for both and 'the fruit to fill the gap between the unanimity of purpose and unparalleledenergy
.. The oranges, too, on such trees suffer : brchardist. Worked in this a planting and thc fruiting of the orange. that have placed themselves in
way Everybody who has examined into the
much more from high winds. We : )little earth drawn position to command the markets of
up round the collar merits of this new peach wants some
last season applied to one of the will protect the bud from the severest of the trees, and the indications are the world.

largest orange growers in ,Riverside, cold. Some claim that budded trees that the Bidwell will prove a bonanza. Their everywhere present citrus exhibits -

Cal., for buds of the Riverside Navel, suffered more from the effects of last Orlando Reporter. ; their grapes and rasins, their

and received in reply the statement winter's freeze than seedlings. This In a note dated June 14th; 1886, pears, apricots, and other deciduaryfruits

that so universally were the growers ,may be true, more particularly as it Mr. Bidwell says : "I send samples of and last, their grand display at

there budding river their Sweet Seedlinggroves applies to young trees, the difference is the Bidwell peach." They arrived the late Viticultural Convention at

that it was difficult to obtain not great, however, and the superior during ye editors' absence and the Washington, all combine to secure for( I
. buds send "devil" get the peaches and we are them the aid of
to away. This we think is quality of the better varieties more fostering legislation,
pretty conclusive of how California 'than compensates for a slightly greater sorry to add ate them. It is the unanimous railroad facilities and commercial ad-

regard the question. : testimony of all who shared vantages.We .
growers susceptability to cold. It should be
W. W. HA WKIN8. borne in mind that the qualities we the treat, that in delicious flavor they wish the fruit growers or"Flor

Lake George, Fla. esteem so highly in fruits and vegeta. surpassed anything of the kind which ida, as well as her politicians and

*We recollect a remark by Mr. bles are artificial rather than natural, ,has yet appeared in this market. Mr. statesmen, could all read the recordsof

Atwood, was one of the most careful, to obtain which Bidwell has our thanks, and we regret their November convention, and
we must to a greateror '
scientific and practical horticulturistsof less 'extent sacrifice hardiness to our inability to give a more detailed gather the necessary inspiration to .

the State. He congratulated us on quality. The tenacity with which description of this valuable acquisitionto unite in placing our industrial inter- ,

having a nursery of sour seedlingsfor the fruits of Forida.-ED.] ests upon a permanent and enduringbasis
some our cling to
orange growers ,
budding, and said "I sell both ... beyond the contigious of political -
seedling trees is an anomaly in modern California Fruit Culture.
sweet seedlings and budded sour stocks control.
or speculative
pomology. There was some apparentreason We are under obligations to our Pacific -
but I would not use sweet if ,_.-t
for it years since, when their friends for a copy of the report of S .
a gift, if I could procure sour stocks relative merits remained be demon- Peen-to Peacheti.Editor
to the fifth annual convention of California FLORIDA DISPATCH:
at any price upon which to bud. For strated. But now that the superior Fruit Growers, held under the Noticing your article in the DIS-

in five years time I can make a better quality,productiveness and consequent auspices of the State Board of Horticulture PATCH in which you say Peen-t s

orange grove from sour stocks than greater profit of the better varieties, at Los Angeles in Novemberlast. grown in South Florida attain a larger
ten old sweet,seedling size and are finer than those raised'in
any year
grown which can only be propagated by bud- It constitutes a pamphlet of a
in the State. -ED. Baker county. 1 send you to-day a
--- ..,. oing, have been determined in '''thou- hundred large octavo pages, and is full sample basket! of such as we raise.G. .
More About Seedling and Budded Tress. sands of instances, this conservatism of instruction and interest to all fruit L. TABOR.

It now becomes manifest that many is something remarkable. For our growers. June, 24,1886.Mr. .
trees which forth leaves
and flow-
put own part, after an experience of some In reading its reports, discussionsand Tabor has our thanks for the
ers soon after the hosts of last winter
have since died, and thus the damagein eighteen years, we would not acceptas addresses, we are deeply impressedwith basket of Peen-tos. They are as mag

some places has been Greater than a gift a young seedling orange the vigor and earnestness mani- nificent specimens of this delicious

was at first supposed ."\$&, .T; Voyle. grot o upon condition that the trees fested and the intelligence and liber- .peach, as we ever, saw. While we\ lrfiJ do<'

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think South Florida will ever com fair prices were realized. The Norfolk have a very wet season they are almost

pete with the northern part of the season has now closed; but strawberries F 1.l1Il1 and Qarden, certain to burn up if set before the
will continue arrive from
State-notably Baker county-in the to first of September. If there should
Maryland\ and Delaware. Pineapplesare
general] production of peaches ; we do arriving in goodly numbers and STRAWBERRIES. come a drouth after the plants arc set,

think for raising this particular vari of superior qualily, retailing as low as md before( they are thoroughly established -
Another Communication from :Mr. Steele.
ety-the Peen-to the conditions are $10 a hundred. The season is somewhat it will be best to water them.
more favorable in the southern I part of earlier than usual. Savannah Several letters of inquiry in regardto If[ it becomes so dry that it seems necessary
threw of cucumbers
_ the State. In the matter of earlinessand upon the such New quantities York market last week methods of culture, time of setting to water them, do so, but be

of a sure crop every year unaffected that they declined rapidly. The finest plants, fertilizers, etc., lead me to supplement sure and do it well. If the soil is so

by late frosts which damage the watermelons grown anywhere are my former article with a few dry that the plants are in danger of

crop further,North, it seems to. us the nund in Florida and Georgia. None items on these points.It suffering, it is all dry, and a pint, or

south has a decided advantage and have arrived as yet, but first ship- is difficult to even a quart, of water poured around
very compress
ments usually realize from $50 to $75
that this variety will prove a bonanzato per hundred." exhaustive trearise upon the cultivation each plant will last but a very short

that section. -'.-..-- of any crop within the limits of a time. Not only is the heat of the sun
4 evaporating the water all day, but the
Consumption of Oranges. A New Insecticide. single newspaper article.I .
The Cincinnati Enquirer give the Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: am asked about various fertilizers. dry earth on all sides is absorbing it

approximate estimate of the Florida Mr. Charles Everett, President of I[ have my preference, but it is not my day and night. watered in this way,

product'' of oranges for the past "ten the Land Company, at Bonifay, place to advertise any special brand it must be repeated frequently, if not
Holmes county, has discovered an effectual day then certainly three timesa
years at 1,250,000 boxes per annum, by name. The best is always the every ,
remedy for all insects commonto week. Where it is the
aggregating 7,500,000 boxes, or 187- cheapest; a low-priced fertilizer may possible,
this latitude. I should like to know
next best would be to have
be it plan a
500,000 oranges. Last year there were very expensive, as may prove
imported into New York City from what the effect would be on the or- worthless, and fail to produce a crop. number of large wells, from which Water -
ange insects. Will not some of your could be thrown all of
foreign ports mere than 70,000,000 As to the use of kainit as a source : over parts

oranges and lemons; Boston, 35,000- subscribers try the remedy and report? of potash, I should not advise it. the bed by means of a force pump and

000; Philadelphia, 50,000,000; New Dissolve one teaspoonful of concentrated Though not high-priced, it contains so horse. In this way the soil might be
lye in a gallon of water and : soaked and if this "uld be done
Orleans, 30,000,000, making a grand small a per cent. of potash as to makeit c oncea
the This mixture will
total of oranges and lemons landed at sprinkle trees. very costly. It also contains such a week, when necessary, the grower

three of our principal ports of entryof destroy all enemies of the cabbage, large amount of various deleterious would be independent of rain, and

185,000,000. The foreign fruit for tomato, and other garden crops, andis substances as to render it very unsafe could set his plants whenever it was

one year imported equals the entire helpful to the plants. Ten cents for use on the land, except after being most convenient, and could thus be

production of Florida for the past ten will buy lye enough for an entire sea- composted with muck or stable ma- sure of ripe berries by,or before,Christmas -

years. And. the crop af 1885, say, son. Yours truly, c. C.i BON nure for several months. Sulphate of when they always command a

18,000,000 oranges, to the 185,000,000 DeFunlak Springs, Fla.,June 224 FILL. potash is usually recommended. Why good price. W. C. STEELE.
imported into four cities, and 50,000- this is so, I do not understand. Sulphate Switzerland.St.Johns County Florida.

000 estimated at landing at other The New Insect. of potash, as commonly sold in I .

ports, give a grand total of oranges It is thought by some that the little the markets, contains about fifty to Irish Potatoes.

consumed in the United States of 252-, insect that is causing such havoc in sixty per cent. of sulphate of potash ; Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
in this section while muriate of is said In a recent issue you allude to Irish
000000. These divided among a pop- some groves was pro- potash con-

ulation of say 56,000,000, will give to duced by the too lavish use of com- tain from seventy to eighty per cent. potatoes a peck from to six my hills garden, planted which two yielded feeta -

each inhabitant just four and a half mercial fertilizers. It is certainlyvery of muriate. If, as I have understood, part each way. I have been digging;

oranges-each, allowing nothing for decay disastrous to the groves upon I the adulteration in each case is sub- some in the patch that were not fully

in handling and transporting. which it has taken hold. It is reported -stantantially the same, consisting principally grown when you were here. I pulled'

--... --- that on the portion of Judge } of chloride- of sodium or- -common up a hill grown from a single eye, and
Seedless I'rults. found I had nearly half a peck, carried -
Weaver's that is infested with I salt, then the one that containsthe.
grove '
We find the following extraordinaryand them to the store and had them
to us, incredible statement circu- this insect the trees are shedding both lowest percentage of salt is the weighed, they turned the scale at six
leaves and fruit bore. most desirable. and a half pounds. Dug two other
lating in the newspapers, credited to I _--..... The beat time to set out strawberries hills, and heaped a peck measure with
the Christian Advocate: the three so can see I have beat
A fatal blight is attacking peach is-whenever can get good, well- ; you
Fruits of all kinds be first record onehalf.We :
may grown trees in Clarke county, Georgia, and my
seed the cion- rooted young plants, and at the same have had
by reversing entire orchards are destroyed. The never any potatoes affected -
rooting the top end of the cion. To do I leaves of the tree first turn a yellowish time be sure of moisture enough in the as you speak of, to my knowl-

this, you can bend the cion to sprout cast, and a rapid decay follows. soil to carry the plants through safely.I edge ; but saw some at DeLand just
down,'and cover it with dirt,and after The peaches this year will be no account have known strawberry plants to be like you speak of: They were grownon

rooting cut loose, and let the,root end as they are all rotting and fairing set in July, on high pine land, that high pine land, and heavily en-
be up. Apples are grown without cores, from the trees.-Ex. riched with commercial tertilizerwhich
peaches without seed, and grapes, flourished and grew all through the the grower thought was the cause of

plums, cherries, blackberries, and eve- summer. Last year strawberries on the trouble.It .
ry kind of fruit maybe grown without To Cement Porcelain high land did much better than thoseon is quite dry, but my orange trees

seed by simply reversing the cion. Per For an efficient porcelain cement !low land ; this was owing to con- are doing well, and fruit not dropping.
simmons without seed are not to be excelled add plaster of Paris to a strong solution M. L. SMITH.
by any other fruit in this coun- of alum until the mixture is of the stant rain during the spring and sum- Daytona,Fla.Speaking .

try when dried. Apples cooked with- consistency of cream. It sets readilyand mer. But this year many plants on of diseased potatoes, Mr.

out cores are delightful. Grapes have is said to unite glass, metal, por- high land are already burned up by I Smith alludes to the following letter,
been raised for five thousand years celain, etc., quite firmly. It is prob- the drouth, while on flat woods land 'which referred to him.
without seed. Peaches dried whole ably suited for cases in which large
they do not seem to be suffering at all.
without seed would be a hundred times rather than small surfaces are to be Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
better than those shaved up and dried. united. From my experience of last year and I find my Irish potatoes affected bya
The seeding of cherries has been a .. this, I am satisfied that, no matter black discoloration at the center,
great trouble to cooks. To Extinguish Fires. how hot the season is, if they have which unfits them for table use,though

> .. A solution recommended by the Scientific plenty of water strawberries will not outwardly they are quite perfect.
New York Fruit Consumptln. Please say what you think is the trou-
The New York Sun of the 7th inst., American fires consists for of extinguishing crude calcium in- burn, but will grow luxuriantly aU ble, and the remedy, and oblige
cipient summer. The usual time for making RUFFIN THOMSON.
says : chloride salt five
twenty parts parts,
strawberry plantations in Florida is in Lake Weir,Fla.May 29th. .
"During last week the receipts of dissolved in seventy-five parts of water -
birriN in this city averaged a million To be kept at hand and applied September or October The earlier Can any of our readers enlighten un
"RII A batt of quirt a"h1, ftr whIci l\\ wLlh 'g blind pump, they art et the better ) but llple3 W Jesardl tAu "o 44 It; tots i

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HAY IN FLORIDA. out, so that the plants stand nine tried cassava raising says : "Enoughcan
inches in the fall be raised on five acres to fatten f.piarry.[ >
Seven Tons from a Single Acre. apart rows. By "
from seventy-five to one hundred head
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: they will be from two to three feet in
of cattle for the market, and they will APIARY.
I have cut my first crop of grass; bight and, if the directions for culture be as finely flavored as any Ohio corn-

there was about one and a half tons have been faithfully followed, strong fed stock." Maj. King, on peninsular, oppositeOak

on the acre, and somewhat weedy, as and vigorous. When the stems die ... Hill reports having extracted
the Para does in Cottou Picker. from some of his colonies, and four
not start early
grass down (but not before) cut them off
the spring. I shall cut it twice more close to the ground, and cover the If the newly invented cotton pickerof days later were nearly filled again.
O. T. Bugg, of Georgia, is a suc- Thinks the for of
this season, and both cuttings will be lines for five or six inches on each side prospect poor crop
cess, it will reduce the cost of picking
clean and free from weeds. My last with two or three inches of rough I surplus. -
cutting from this acre last year was The cotton from $10 per bale! to $1, which R. S. Nelson, Pumpkin Point
manure. following spring renew -
fully four tons, and more than seven cultivation, and keep down the will save to the cotton planters $5,000- thinks the season will be a poor one,

tons for the entire season. After feed 000 a year. andconcludes_ not to extract.
I weeds the second
year exactly as was
A. J. Smith three miles below New
ing large horse twelve hundredweight ,
my done during the first, and so on to the
and kept to hay all the Smyrna, does not feel encouragedfrom
up of the fourth when
spring year, a crop FloFidi an a..
time, I, had three tons to sell. How is will be produced that will reward all the present outlook. 'l

that for Florida, where no grass will the labor that has been expended. At New Smyrna. the prospect. ,is

grow! My- experience with Para --.......-- Possibilities of Florida.D. poor tor securing any more than the

grass is that it should be planted on Fence Posts. L. \Y. Puffer, writing from Bell- necessities of the bee require. The

moist, rich soil, the richer the better. Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: view, Florida, to Gardner's Monthly, protracted drouth has prevented the

Mine is heavy, sticky hammock. The I being a subscriber to your paper, says Florida is a State of great possibilities secretion of nectar in the saw pal-
will much if
you oblige me very you but it will not do to rely on The bloom
surface should be carefully cleanedoff will let me know which kind of wood metto to a great extent.

and set about three feet apart each makes the best fence post for Florida Providence to much. The climate from the cabbage palmetto has not

way, with pieces of Ftalk-not roots- soils, excluding cedar. I prefer and will always make it a proper, popularand yet opened. A few showers occasionarz

three or four joints-leaving one or want to use cedar, but find it too ex- indispensable resort for the well ally would help matters greatly.Dr. .

two out. It will spread very fast. I pensive be ; that and is, such I One want must and wealthy, as well as invalids in the Goodwin is reported to be ex-
squared price
winter and when touched by the mas- from f few colonies this
,have cut it twice the past season after has been given me at forty cents per' tracting a
planting it in June. I have another cubic foot delivered as far as Brooks- ter hand of the gardener and florist morning.In .

grass that I shall experiment with, it ville. Hoping to see your answer appear will, in twenty years, in brilliant floral my own apiary the bees are

is the native "Corn Cane," as it is soon, I remain yours respectfully, beauty rival any spot on the globe. It working freely morning and evening.Do .

called. My horse is very fond of it Fla.,June 20th. J. U. FISCHER.Ocala must not be supposed, however, that it not expect to extract, having sufficient -

green, but have never tried it for hay. Cypress is undoubtedly the best, will be the home alone of the wealthy, empty store combs to hold the

It is an enormous grower with blades next to cedar, for posts, and the region for the industrious poor man can geta surplus, if it should come later.

almost as wide as corn. <- about the mouth of the Ocklawaha] living here with less labor than at DETWILER. '

the North, for his wants are less. June 11th. .
M.\ L. SMITH. ought to supply Ocala with all required .

Daytona,Fla.Asparagus. at a cost of not exceeding Iron Ore-*-In. -Florida. A beekeeper from Iowa has been

-Without.4 Transplanting.In twenty-five cents each-six and eight It was hardly to be expected that' experimenting for some time with a
few colonies at Sanford Florida witha
the fall, prepare the laud by inches square. Such posts set before Florida would come into prominenceas ,
the sound in the iron State but Mr. AlfredT. view of going largely into the business -
manuring, deep plowing, and harrow- war are now standing an ore ;
Brainerd, analytical chemist! of in this State. He is well satisfied
fence both and in
wet .
ing, making it as level and smooth as on dry ground,
Birmingham, Alabama, gives the following with the resuit of his experiments.He .
the of Jacksonville.
possible for the reception of the seed. vicinity Cypress
of Flor
figures on a specimen
was quite alarmed at the havoc
Strike out lines three feet apart and posts posts round, six-inch heart, are ida ore that he has had : Iron, 57.730;

about two to three inches deep, in now delivered here at twenty cents. silica, 1,810; phosphorus,0.004. Com- made among the bees by the mos

We have taken round menting on this the Iron Age : quito hawks" on their first appear-
which sow the seed, using from five to recently up cypress says
in 1872 with the "One of the best new ores that are at- ance, and i is quite relieved to find that
seven pounds to the acre. After sow posts set greet,
tracting attention in the South comes their
depredations are of short dura-
bark and the hearts of whichare
ing, and before covering, tread down sap on, from Florida, a State to which very tion.

the seed in the rows with the feet sound, while the sap has rotted few would have ever looked for such a .
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evenly ; then draw the back of a rake away.-ED. DISPATCH. commodity. It is a brown hematite,
4 and is said to He so that it can be MEAT PIE.-Take mashed potatoes,
lengthwise over the rows, after which CassavaA worked profitably. The location need seasoned with salt, butter and milk,

roll the whole surface. As soon as subscriber to the DISPATCH in not be the best in theworld, though, and line a baking.di h. Lay upon it

the land is dry and fit to work in the Fowler Indiana encloses the follow- for this to be true, for its quantities slices of cold meat of any kind ; add
spring, the young plants of asparagus would outweigh a good deal of incon- salt, pe.iper, catsup and butter, or any
extract from the letter of a Flor-
ing in layer of
; put a
will the sufficient venience. It may be questioned if any' gravy potatoes
start through ground -
ida correspondent and enquires wherecan other ore has been found in the South and another layer of meat in the

to define the rows. At once seed be got and what is the manner that invites steel making as this does.Manufacturer's ." same way till the dish is full ; have a
to cultivate with hand horse layer of the Bake it
begin or Record. potatoes on top.
of cultivation ? Will some of our -
cultivator and stir the until it is thoroughly heated through.
ground so as correspondents versed in the cultiva- ---.-.

destroy the embryo weeds, break- tion of cassava give us an answer? The Artesian well at the Putnam EVE'S PUDDING.-Pare, core and
ing the ,soil in the rows between the House, Palatka, has a remarkableflow chop half a dozen apples, take six
plants with the fingers or hand weederfor Cassava, from the roots of which of water, while that at the Court ounces of finely grated bread crumbs,
starch can be made much more successfully House, has about failed, and the six ounces of washed and picked Zante
the same purpose. This must be than from.potatoes, is a Flor- spring at the Putnam House ceasedto currants, six ounces of pulverizedsugar

repeated at intervals of two or three ida crop that can be banked on. Like overflow, and with it the odor of a saltspoonful of salt, and a

weeks, during the summer, as the success cow-peas, it is almost a necessity for sulphur which affected the neighborhood quarter of a nutmeg finely grated,halfa
of this plan is entirely dependenton those engaged in the growth of cattle. has consequently abated. dozen eggs beaten up, a table-
Intelligent Floridians have told me j --...'" .. spoonful of thin, yellow rind of lemon
keeping down the weeds, which, if 1,
i that more cassava can be raised as Monticello Constitution: We havea cut up very fine, and two wineglassesof
allowed to grow, would soon smotherthe food for livestock than can be pro- finer prospect for crops in this county brandy. Mix all these ingredientswell

asparagus plants, that, for the first duced in hay on the best land in any than at this season in ten years past. together ; tie them up in wetted

season of their i growth, are weaker Northern State ; that it contains more Prosperity is ahead. Our planters are or floured cloth, and plunge them intoa

than most weeds. In two or three nutriment than either timothy or clo. hopeful. vessel containing plenty of boiling
ver. Its roots are used by natives -*-4 water. Boil briskly for three hours.
months after starting, the asparaguswill here for puddings. It is adapted to It is estimated that $30,000 are an- When about to serve, pour melted

have attained ten or twelve inches the poorest soil, and is always welcomeas nually paid out of the State for the butter over the pudding, and send to

in hight, and'it,must now be thinned food for cattle. A man who has manufacture of blank books. the table piping hot.

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Found in both sandy and humid soils.j it grows taller and more straight. It the angle worms along the newly
- The wood is used for fencing and fuel, | is equal to the oak in maturing and turned furrow. Even in the less fer

and, according to Mueller, is nearly as affording shade along the roadways.Its tile soil of Florida, where these slip-

EUCALYPTUS.- strong as E. rostrata. This species is advantages are thus set forth in a pery subterranean dwellers less do

:effect. or the Freeze Species.Upon Some' or the a slow grower, if we are to judge from paragraph which we find in an ex- congregate, one often sees a tame

the specimen in this collection, but was change: chicken watching every stroke of the
The Rev.'J.H. White, Georgiana,
untouched by frost during last winter's "The advantages in raising pecans hoe for one cf those enormous grubs,
Merritts Island Indian river Florida
here rather than hickories are: (1)) bigger than a lady's finger, half a
has one of the best collections of Euca- cold.The The being a Southern tree is
foliage of E. goniocalyx was pecan dozen of which ought to make a com-
lyptus in the State. We had the pleasure adapted to stand more heat than the
slightly discolored by the cold. Com- mon fowl die of surfeit.
of seeing these trees a short time hickory. ((2)) The pecan being a much
since, and ascertaining from Mr. pared with the other species, it is a larger, taller tree will furnish a French poultry fanciers, with char-

White the facts rapid, vigorous grower. In Australiait greater amount of commercial timber j acteristic thriftiness in minor matters,
following regarding is culled Bastard Eucalyptus box. than the hickory. (3) They are vastly and an indifference to the derivative
the effect of last winter's freeze
upon than hickories and
more prolific ,
It is a large tree, is used for building sources of food supply truly Gallic,
the trees: The lowest point indicatedby never blight their crop from intense
the thermometer at sunrise, on the purposes and wheel rights' work. The heat as hickories sometimes do. (4)) satisfy the appetites of their pets, by

coldest day, was twenty-six degrees. wood resembles E. globulus, and is Being of taller growth, they are best breeding maggots for them by the

easily worked.E. adapted to form, thick groves, where wholesale in compost heaps called
The have fallen
mercury may possibly melbodora, the Yellow Boxtreeof their dense shade will do away with all verminieres or as we might say in Eng-
twenty-five degrees during the night, necessity for care and irrigation."
Victoria, is here of moderate growthand .. lish wormeries.
though this is unlikely. The trees are,,
size, though it is said to attain the The lied Gum.
and rather My humble self, also, was want in
growing upon a high, dry,
height of one hundred and feet A friend writes : The blue
poor sandy soil ; they have been grow- twenty gum times of scarcity, to convert into poul-
in its native home, with stout stem and [J E. globulus] did not survive the cold hash all the turtles and
;ing from five to seven years, and would try stray
probably have attained larger size spreading habit. The wood is strong, winter. The other tree was not hurt snakes that were captured about the

resembling E. rostrala, and esteemed by the cold winter. I think that kindis
in the same length of time on richer premises, the latter of which, Florida
by artizans. Flowers much sought by the one for this country. It is called has the reputation of producing very

soil.E. bees. The leaves were slightly discol- the willow leaf or red gum I believe. land
amygdclina, the Giant gum, one abundantly, although every agentis
ored by the frost. The limbs and stock of the tree are
to that like
of the largest and hardiest species, of ready solemnly swear ,
E. is another slow red also the stems of the leaves
which amore extended account 'willbe.found'in polyantfiema quite Iceland,there are no snakes in Florida.

our issue of June 7th, was grower,of about the same hardiness as mine was full of buds when recently One day while grinding my daily gristof
the foregoing. It is known the Red blown down.
untouched by the frost. Mr. White as snakes, a New York visitor of refined -

has both sub-species, the broad and box, and yields a strong, hard, lasting The above is from Putnam county and delicate tastes happened by.
timber. Surpass2d few of the Eu- where the decended, at least
narrow leaved ; the have attained the oy mercury Of course he was minutely inquisitive
: calypts in transverse strength.E. 19. There are other specimens in the all in Florida and I '
height of, perhaps, twenty to twenty- as strangers are ,
five feet. hcemastoma, or White gum, was same section which escaped uninjured.If shall not soon forget the expression of
slightly touched frost and is it be as our correspondent thinks
E. rostrata, the Red gum of South by com- horror and disgust that overspread his
paratively a rapid Grows the red E. restrafa, it is a singular -
Australia, loves a moist clay soil, and grower. gum face at the idea that he might unknow-

''will even 'thrive in soils that are inundated large, and affords rough building ma- fact that it should be stripped of ingly eat snakes second hand. He

terial. It is recommended as peculi- leaves on Indian river at a temperature vowed the
( for a considerable time, upon the solemnly ou spot never
arly fit for culture on sandy land, for of twenty-five or twenty-six de-
swallow omelet that
river bottoms of i its native country ; it an egg or an came
which few of the Eucalypts seem suitedin while it escaped untouched a
.attains an exceptional height of two grees from my ranch. When a free range
Australia.E. temperature of nineteen degrees in
hundred feet. It will stand greater cannot be allowed to fowls on accountof
lemani (we are not sure as to Putnam county. their the
to waste
vicissitudes of climate than E. obi qua, propensity lay
spelling) was killed by the cold. We and occasion bitter feuds be-
E. globulus or E. marginata, but will garden,
do not find this species enumerated in > it is to
not indure as severe cold as E. amygda- Poultry tween neighbors, necessary
lina. The timber is highly valued for any of the lists at our command. Can ? supply, in some measure, the food theyso
of our readers give us further information -
any and cannot scratchfor.
strength and durability, and is: exten- Poultry Gossip. greatly crave

sively used in ship-building, 'ridge concerning it? : Editor of FLORIDA DISPATCH: If due attention be paid to this
: The trunks of the trees in the collection -I who has fowls and matter the number of will be
construction, wagon making, etc. Mr. Everybody kept eggs .
White's,specimen is about twenty-five have a peculiar twisted appear studied their dietetic habits, cannot materially increased. I once dragged

feet high-a beautiful,shapely tree. It ance, which may be due to heavy fail to have observed their fondnessfor home an otter, that had been skinned

was'stripped of its leaves by the freeze, winds, which prevail at times. On meat. Whether it be insect, quad- and left behind by a hunter and fed

moist, rich soil, and in a less exposed fish of'their it to flock of two dozen fowls
but the wood,was untouched. ruped, reptile, or even one my ,

The frost nipped the tender growthoff location, they wouH; probably grow own kind, matters little so long as it is mincing up a portion for them every

though it was otherwise uninjured.E. more rapidly. As the trees attain divided into particles convenient for day, and estimated an increase of

This is the Stringy bark greater age and size, they will, doubt- swallowing. Bugs and worms they twenty-two eggs while they were con-

less, stand more cold. While but two the half shell it. Another I took fora
to as suming season
tree of Tasmania, ,and the Messmatetree seem prefer on we

of Victoria. It grows very large, of the foregoing were untouched by do oysters, but beings of a larger fertilizer, all that a fisherman caught
frost, it is probable that all the species either of what he called foul fish.
and is extensively used for cheap fenc- growth are eagerly gobbled up every day

ing-rail, palings, shingles, etc., where enumerated, excepting the last, would cooked, raw or in that progressive : Judging from the unusually abund-

stand the cold throughout the orange- condition known butchers ant and regular supply of
great strength or elasticity, is not re among as eggs gath-
quired. It grows rapidly, and gives growing region of the State, if they "high." ered while a daily chopped ration of

could escape occasional exceptionallylow Their for what the the served out to the hens
the greatest bulk of wood in poor soil partiality English same was ,

of any of the Eucalypts, on which account temperatures during the first few I I call "black beetles," gave rise the name fowl fish was most appro
of their .
it is a valuable tree ,for forest years growth.Tree 4 among West Indians to the proverb priate. I also discovered, by acci-

plantations in barren, woodless tracts Planting. that "when the cockroach gives a ball dent, that hens were fond of mutton,

for an early supply of cheap and easily In connection with the discussion of he never invites the chickens." but this is not recommended as an ex-

fissil wood.E. forestry and tree planting, we think Every up country farmer's boy, or clusive diet. While sheep would 'undeniably -

Stuartiana, known in Australiaas there should be a consideration of the he who was once such, will remember go down, wool would most

the Apple-sceiited gum tree, ,is a fruit as well as the timber production. plowing near the barn while a train of certainly on account of scarcity go up,

medium-sized tree with,fibrous bark, The pecan, for instance, is a better delighted fowls followed in his wake, and the cry of shepherds would be

drooping branches,and copious foliage. timber tree than the hickory, in that cackling joyously asIhey snapped up against sheep eating hens rather than

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sheep killing dogs. This fact in or- would be. If Northern poultry should and breakfast at Alexandrus on the which the gamey black bass sports

nithology can be demonstrated by be treated as badly as ours are,there French Broad-a celebrated old line with all the coquetry of his nature,
wayside house nestled close to the and never fails to allure the blase an-
compound proportion, as follows : I would be none left at the North. We
mountain side. With the French gler. An illustration of this is apparent -
minced the of have but little and cholera and
once up carcase a sheep roup Broad
immediately in front, bv the expected appearance of ,
killed by dogs, for my twentyfourhens. only from neglect and filth. Our "Its verdant banks o'er banging. Dr. nworthy, of Jacksonville, at

They consumed) every particleof worst disease for little chicks is gapes, Pictured In the depths below," Black Mountain, but forty miles from

it in a week. Therefore, if twenty- and I have seldom noticed that out- ten miles ride through some of the this place. I don't mean to infer that

four hens, in one week body aceouslyand side of filthy runs. Northern and esque wildest loveliness scenery,,.rugged beautiful majestic in pictur awe- the means-on Doctor is the a contrary"blase angler"he is undoubt-by any

teetotally eat up'one sheep,twenty- Southern specimens of the same breed inspiring, with the dancing waters of edly one of the happy sportmen whois

four hens would in one year consumea I do not differ, except in development.With the French Broad following close be- bound to remain forever "fresh with

flock of fifty-two. So if figures don't I the same care, we can grow a side the, lauds at"Ashville The crowds, "The Cityof who eternal youth." Jacksonville will

lie, we have here a mathematical demonstration larger bird from the fact that all birds visit here both summer and winter at- pour many of its lovers of sport into this

that every hen, when fed delight in warm wrather-when not test to its world-wild celebrity. Ash- glorious region, and Black Mountainwill
vive with Haywood, having al-
on mutton, will require more thau two excessively warm. All birds, in their ville is to Western North Carolina most as many attractions, both hotels

sheep per annum. What effect sucha natural state, hatch their young in what Jacksonville is to Florida, a sort being under the management of Mr.\

,- course would have on the sheep interest warm weather. Every poultry man of headquarters as it were for all tourist J. C. S. Timberlake, who built for
of hotels and
Plenty boarding
or whether the increased out- knows that cold weather is death to houses. The ever-popular Swannanoa himself an enviable reputation in

put of
sacrifice, must be left to the consideration fully feathered they will not grow in tourist hotel. It has recently been en- land, his is a warm, generous nature

of political economists or cold weather as they will in warm. larged and improved in_ many ways, that has but one end in view, that of

the Lime Kiln Club. Probably in Hence, I conclude that as we have but still presents its homelike meeting making every one comfortable and at
of i
under the
matters connected with wool Bro. nine month of warm, growing weather, appearance Messrs.\ Rawls Bros., who are gentlemen ] home. Already his eyes are smilinga '
welcome to hip flowery friends who ,
Gardner would be no mean authority.And we can raise a better bird than can of liberal policy and possess the
are beginning to appear, and have
here, before: my pen is dry, a those who live in a cold country where rare faculty of adapting themselves to showered an avalanche of letters upon '

suggestion is freely offered, which may there are three months more of cold all description of people. No lady him, begging for quarters for the
alone need for
;be of great value to orange growers weather. Many fall-hatched chicksare traveling worry com- season, and there is not one who comes
fortable quarters in Ashville. Thirty-
,and truck raisers who use ground caught by the cold, and stunted, four miles ride across the mountains that there will encounter disappointment;
happy faces will be mirrored in
:bone,.and whose neighbors keep hens. and consequently never reach their "nature's trundle recuperation" as the "Land of the Sky," reflecting

A certain individual of this vicinity, full size. Another reason why we can this section is called, brings" us to the back the benefits they have received;

so situated, and partial to the use of produce larger chickens in a warm "Eden of the Mountain, Haywood it will add new life to their veins,
White Sulphur Springs, so much has
the fertilizer mentioned, was puzzledfor climate lies in the fact that bugs and celebrated bring the color to their cheeks and
been written of sum-
a' long time, to account for the worms abound for a longer period of mer resort that there is positively! nota the rythmetic song to notes their of lips the as wild they join birds the in

meagre effect produced 'by its use, till time. They are the natural food of remaining adjective to draw upon their songs to the grand symphony of

he suddenly discoved that the only birds and essential to their health and that has not been exhausted, fortu- nature. UNO ANIMO.
nately, however, there is a new three- ..
crops benefited were the crops of his development. Again, the tender, ---- -
story brick building that has risen .
neighbors hens, which surreptitiouslyand growing vegetation is spread before ph ttix-like: over the ashes of the old FLORIDA DISPATCH Extraordinary.Editor

feloniously appropriated all the fowls for a longer period of time.. Haywood since the fire of last summer -
A remarkable anomoly in the
visible particles and transmitted them, Chopped meats and vegetables will that has not grown weary of ad- course
miration and from the number of in- of nature has lately come under my
in an improved and comminuted formto not so completely meet the tasfes and ,
quiries received every day from all observation, which seems to show that
the grounds of another.An requirements of a bird as the living
parts of Florida there is a fair prospect the color of some animals be
occasional change of fertilizershas and growing animal and vegetablelife. of its soon becoming the Florida decidedly influenced by their may condition -

often been recommended by scientific Birds have no stomachs, and summer resort, and there could not be
of freedom and confinement.
, authorities, but never was a consequently no gastric ; Owingto amore fitting place for our people,
feet above tide water, amidst About two months ago I turned
2,756 a
change made with more marked ef- the fact that we have an abundanceof
thousand peaks lays the soft, peaceful loose three white rats in the city wood
fect' than in the present instance.UP insects, fruit, grass and seeds during
beautiful ho-
valley that boasts of this yard, where I knew their subsistence
RIVER CORRESPONDENT.June nearly the entire year, we can rais'eour tel and celebrated springs. The new would be and certain. A few
22, IBS6. fowls for one-fourth the cost in a building stands facing a view unpar- easy
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days recaptured one of
Poultry at the South. colder climate, yet, to our shame be it paralled in this country. It is said a ago my pets,
its in the midst of turning from white to
is sublime, according to
W. W. of Baton La. said, we buy both. and poultry scene
Craig, Rouge, eggs power, to awaken the sense of fear. I, black. At first, in spite of such evidences -

writes the Rural New Yorker that' the away from home.. .. for one, do not endorse this theory, as his general contour and
Plymouth Rorks are, in his opinion, for the view from this point has more
movements furnished, I was somewhat
It has been demonstratod to a cer-
by far the best birds for this climate, of the elements of sublimity than any 1
tainty that if you mix pounded char- other landscape in North Carolina, suspicions of his being one of my old
both for the fancier and for the
gen- coal with soft feed, potatoes for instance and to me it produces a feeling of holy friends ; but soon the appearance of

eral farmer. They are hardy, thrifty the fowlswill, fatten more read- awe more than that of fear. his old habits betrayed his unmistakeable -

and prolific. Langshans and Brahmasdo ily. This is very good for turkeys. There are no basins of deep waterin identity.I .
well here, as do the Games. Anyof .-.- this region to produce malaria, have placed him again in confine-
the above will be profitable with It has been found that a space of neither is there any lack of water; it ment and will wait to see what he will

fair treatment. The Polish, Houdans five square feet will accommodate a gushes up from a thousand springs, in finally decide upon being, a white or

and,other breeds with excessive feath- cock and two'hens. Fifteen hens aqd every valley, on every mountain slope, a black ratAnother
has been killed in house
(lancing, laughing; it rushes madlyover a
cockerel be in te"nby
a kept
can a room
ering are delicate and almost worth- twelve feet if kept rigorously clean. rocky knolls, tumbling down near by, having turned completely
less. Leghorns are healthy and pro granite ledges, forming series of cascades black. The third has not yet been

lific after reaching maturity, but deli- that make the mountain melo- found.It .
cate and hard to raise unless hatched 's7eell&ny.MOUNTAIN dious with the'sound of merry waters. is readily seen how the white, if
] The wild beauty of some of these derived by selection through succes-
very early. All sorts of geese thrive sive from the black 'rat
. streams and woods cannot be sur- generations ,
. with us and can be raised at little or BltEKZES. passed; there is a richness about the can degenerate in time into the origi-

'no expense. Fortunes can be made at FrOUl'"The Laud or the Sky." place, an inspiration of atmospherethat nal stock, but to know why an individual ;#

geese farming. I can raise a ton of Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH i produces a.sort of champagne undergoes so great a change in
feathers for,less than one And this land is not so far distant feeling, and this feeling predominatesin such a short time would be quite
geese money either. A comfortable sleeper takenat the happy nimrod who perchancehas interesting to know.

could produce a ton of wool.I Jacksonville at 9:30 p. m. arrivesin never whipped a mountain stream Yours truly,

do not think this climate is as bad Chatanopga at 6:30: the next eve- such as ''these, prolific in trout and R.. R. SNOWDEN.;, .
for poultry diseases as a colder one ning. Another pleasant night's ride alive with all kinds of fish, among OCALA,F1a.,"June 22,1S35. "' .'''.::'.

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National Vitlcultural Convention. The following resolutions were continued from eight o'clock until

.fhe Mlori&z ispofch.JACKSONVILLE This convention met at Washingtonon unanimously adopted : twelve, and during all this time wines
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FLA.,JUNE 28,1886. the 18th ultimo, and effected a per- WHEREAS, The development of were .freely dispensed to the 2,500
-- ---------- manent organization, with the follow- grape-culture in the United States guests as fast as a large corps of wait-

A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. ing officers for the first year : raises serious questions concerning the ers could hand them out. It was a
future of this industry, in
Strawberry. Plant Charles A. Wetmore, of California, very enjoyable occasion, as was evident
IH which is invested already 116,000,000
:We have had numerous enquiries President ; and B. F. Clay ton,of Flor- -an amount of value worthy of the by the good nature and sociability of

recently, for strawberry plants. We ida, Secretary ; and the following as a Government care ; and hose; present ; and as on the preceding -

call the attention of those who Council WHEREAS The effc of order and
would Viticultural to act in the capacity ct competitionof evening, perfect propri-

wish to purchase plants, to the advertisement and nature of an Executive adulterated and spurious wines with ety prevailed throughout. There was

of Mr. C. F. Winton, which Committee of the Association, t to whichall the pure products of the vineyard no drunkenness nor disorder, notwith-
tends greatly to the injury of the
appears in another. column. questions of general policy shouldbe morality and health of the consuming standing the wines were free to every-

Apologetic.. 4 referred for final deliberation and public, and such competition proves body. Great interest was manifestedby

Two editorials in last issue, bearing action : J. S. Newman, of Alabama ; ruinous to viticulture, and permitted the Government official, Congressmen -

upon liquor selling, were inserted dur- L. J. Rose and W. H. Crabb, of California therefore will result in it its utter demoralization ; and others in the study of these

ing the editor's absence. .We regret ; B. H. Young, "Kentucky" ; Resolved, That this association wines, and many promises given that
D. G. Cook of Missouri A. \V. Pear- hereafter they would not be slow in
this as their subject matter is not ; memoralize Congress to secure a section -
within the sphere of the paper, and son, of New Jersey ; G. E. Dewey, D. of viticulture under the direction calling for the products of American

feel that an apology is due our readers Bauder and J. W.Davis, of New York; of'the Department of Agriculture, and : vineyards when stopping at the hotels.
if established, that it shall be granted As usual California raisins in
: for their appearance. Hon. Wharton J.Green,of North Car- came
.., .. olina ; J. J. Lucas, of South Carolina ; such an appropriation all as'will enableit for a liberal share sampling ; out of
conduct the
to experiments so
Prof. Stelle,of Alabama, in a letterto George \V. Campbell, of Ohio ; T. V. necessaT-y in the improvement of vine- the 100 boxes in the exhibit, only a

the Fernandina Mirror, says he is Munson, of Texas ; M. O. Randall, of yard products by pruning and culture, few lonesome raisins were left scattered

convinced that oranges may .be kept Tennessee ; and H. L. Lyman, of Vir the use of such remedial measures as about the tables and floor.

:;n a "bank" on the sweet potato plan ginia. The President and Secretaryto are thought to promise advantage or .
better than any other way, and does be ex officio members of the Coun- benefit, and to afford all needful facts Riparian Rights In California.
essential cil. and information for the developementof The recent affirmation of the court
not consider that dry sand ,
Mr. Clayton, the Secretary, who is viticulture. of the common law principal of ripar-
but a good surrounding of pine Etraw Resolved That the bill introduced
recorded from Florida, and is the edi ian rights is exciting universal atten-
would fill every requirement. ; in Congress by Hon. Wharton J.
tor of the Vine and Fruit Grower, Green, of North Carolina, definingpure tion in California, and a united effortis

Sheep In Florida. New York, 'prescribes the following as wine, and providing means for its to be made by the fruit growers and
asks "Do
A Kansas
correspondent :
the qualifications for mem ership: protection, receive the unanimous approval cultivators to secure legislation to pro-
sheep thrive in South Florida, say Those who contemplate joining the of this body, and if enacted, tect them in the use of the waters for
from Sumter county south? Can Association should and will protect the growing industry from
appreciate, understand I irrigation. It is soon contemplated to
sheep be had in the State, or must certain fundamental facts I the evils which threaten its destruction,
and check the work of who for change the Supreme Court so as to
they be bought elsewhere and driven that underlie membership. No person men,
private gain, are engaged in defraud- secure a reversal of the decision affirm
thither? What breed does best? Can should join it who is not a grape gro v-
er, or a wine maker, or a distiller of ing the public, and in bringing discredit ing the rights of riparian owners.
you give me some account of the brandy from wine. made from_grapes upon American wines. Admitting the necessities of the
droves in above section? v v ** -
largest grown in the United :States.: No per A committee was appointed to mem- i people for water, we cannot view with-
Will some of our sheep raisers favorus son should join who is too narrow in
orialize Congress on the subject of the out alarm the subversion of the courtsto
with answers to above inquiries? his or her views to approve of the
creation of a section of viticulture in the popular will without regard to
proper use grapes, such as is recog-
Woman' Work. nized as legitimate by all civilized nations the proposed new Department of Agri- constitution principles or established

One of the editors of the Mississippi ; hence no Mohammedans ,nor culture. legal rights. In the case of the Chi-

Dive Stock Journal has a special an- Prohibitionists would be eligible. No The reception at l\lasonicHall,given nese, however, it has been done, and

tipathy to Bee and Silk culture, and person by artificially who is engaged compounding in making substances! wine in the evening of the second day by the United States Supreme Court has

apparently to women as well. He other than grape juice, or in adulter- the Convention, was in every way an set the example in making government

may have personal reasons. A num- ating grape wines, or stretching winesor unique affair, and withal grand suc- promises to pay, a legal tender of pay-

ber of wealthy Eastern ladies have brandies by the use of material not cess A fine exposition of all sorts of ment.

projected a woman's colony in Colorado derived from grape:!, or who in any vineyard products was made-wines, If there are no fixed principles of

to enable them to support them- way produces so-called wines or bran- brandies, and raisins ; and a general right and wrong other than such as
dies in a way that is calculated to do
selves by raising small fruits, the man- away with the honest and legitimateuse sampling pf wines from States east of suit the momentary popular conven-

ufacture of preserves and jellies and of grapes, should not be permittedto the Rocky Mountains was offered to ience, we cannot see but we are re

in bee in silk farming. The. editor join. If any such persons should the 1500 guests, who were present by mitted to the old barbarian standard

says "the whole thing will be a failure join, they would, without doubt, be invitation. Everybody drank all he that might constitutes right, and the
.of since bee and dropped as soon as the facts of their
course-especially or she wanted, but nobody was drunk. minority are left without any bulwarkof
business known. No should
were one
silk culture to be
are 4 prominent. join the Association whose leanings or Great surprise was shown by many of security or protection.

Dedicated to Oar Proof Reader. material interests would prevent himor the guests, particularly Congressmen, -e.

UpRiver Correspondent adds the her from being-or who is not, in who were present in large numbers French Immigrants.A '
fact-loyal to the best interests of Vi- gentleman in Orlando has re-
I following felicitous post script to his with their wives, at the excellence of
ticulture in all its relations and in
ceived a letter from a gentleman in
interesting article on Poultry Gossip, .the wines shown. Riverside raisins
every phase in which it may be con- I France who he will be in Floridain
which appears in another column: sidered. No army is ever benefited I attracted great attention, and received
Gentle reader,. what shall be done by spies and traitors ; it is better to a liberal share of"sampling." September next with the object of

with the audacious printer, who, after have a small and compact body of The second and last reception of the personally inspecting the country for

striking and having a good time gen- loyal and faithful friends than a largeone Convention was given at the Masonic the purpose, if satisfied, of bringingover

erally, insults your intelligence, and of mixed friends and enemies and the a large colony of his countrymen. -
Temple on evening of the third day.
cranks. What is needed
in the
murders a writer's meaning by chang- membership The proposed colonists are en-
ing "potables" into "palatables," and therefore, is loyalty, honesty, The products of the California vine-
rose garden into rare garden, as was and earnest purpose. It is only throughthe yards, including wines, .champagnes, gaged in the silk industry at home

f ,done in the mulberry article in the practice of these virtues that we brandies, raisins, etc., were freely sam- and would follow that occupation in
DISPATCH'' of June' 21st. can maintain the purity and high char- Florida.
pled by a concourse of 2,500
guests, .
Would it be to acter of our vineyard products,and appeal -
wrong with clear consciences including a large number of ladies, Among the new industries is that of
... When he,the saints deliver us, ,to a trust ;
: .4 Distorts the freglvorous word fruglvorousUy ful and discriminating public confi- wives of Congressmen, Senators, and expressing a clear amber oil; from In

Kill him off, kill him off,kill him oft? dence. Government officials. The reception dian corn. ,

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t"> :". .; -THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. 448I
1 ".., '
CowPeas, C >\r-P< as Tow Pa.
; ests of this country. It is truly a
Publications "Guide to Emigration from Europe," ]JVEarijpts. Now is the time to plant in your
I have received
of the very best character, and combines groves. just
.' 300 bushels "Clays." 1\\J
;.' The Popular Science Monthly' for July. i in a small space more matter Fruit aud Vegetable Market. 300 bushels \Vhippoorwills."

: The Hon. David A. Wells continuesin worthy of record relative to American FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE, 200 bushels "Red Rippers."

the July number of The Popular affairs than is found even in our home 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK,June 24,1886.} 100 bushels "Blacks."

Science Monthly his "Economic Studyof papers. It was established in 1872; Florida Tomatoes QUOTATIONS..... .per crt. 80@1 25 100 bushels \Vhite Crow ers."
Watermelons, selctd. pr 100 25(00@26') UO Send for prices,
Mexico. In "An Experiment in published weekly at one penny. The fair to good, 110020 00 WILLIAM A. BOURS,

Silk Culture," ?Margarette W. Brooks number for May 15th contains the ar- J. D. HASHAGEN Eastern. Agent.7nb1isr's 20 West Bay Street, "!

". gives a chapter of her own experiencein ticle from our COlUmns, "Californiaand Jacksonville, Fla.

the matter, from which i it may be Florida," by an Old Californian.All 4

inferred that it will not be profitableto 4 ( ItaTfme,1I Rocky Branch Nursery, Montlcello, Fla.

establish that branch of industry in About Floridais Parties intending to purchase Le-
.' Conte Pear trees will do well to
the United States. In "The Influenceof the title of a new monthly sixteen- OF ADVERTISING.On place
application. orders with me before the season to
Ezercise: upon Health," Professor page quarto journal, published at Lees- plant opens. I have a choice stock of

Richard, of Yale College, pleads for burg, by Geo. P. Herndon, the first Subscription $2.OOptr annum,in advance. one, two and three-year-old trees, and .
the giving of a more prominent ,share number of which is on our table. It In clubs of six or more,$1.50 each. will not be undersold. Correspondence 1

of attention in education to physical is neatly printed and well filled and To Subscribers.See with nurserymen solicited.B. .

> adds another to the numerous well printed slip on your paper (or wrapper) W. PARTRIDGE,
culture. Mr. John C. Welch in a
pa- Note date of the expiration of your subscription Proprietor.
per on "Transportation and the .Fed- conducted papers of South Florida, and if in arrears please remit. ->-.-4-

that have so rapidly multiplied as to .
eral Government
presents an argument Special to New Subscribers.New For Printing ui every description
in favor of'the General Govern- occasion surprise that so newly popu- subscribers to the DISPATCH, will re- write to C. W. DaCosta, Jacksonville
lated section sustain ceive on application a colored map of Florida Fin.
a can so
ment stepping in to repress the growthof many ,j
free. Scale eighteen miles to the inch.
monopoly) and encourage competi- and so well conducted journals.The .

tion in railroad building and management 4 SPECIAL CLUB RA1EK.
We club THE DISPATCH with any paperor
In "Geological Climate in High American AgriculturistFor periodical published in the United States
or Great Britain. Prices on application.
June is with instructionin
Latitudes, Professor C. B. Warring Remittances should be sent by Check,
seeks to account for the uniformity of all branches of Agriculture, Horti- Money,addressed Order,to Postal Note or Registered Letter -

climate which appears to have pre- culture, flower, fruit and vegetable C. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher,

tiary vailed period.over the Among earth other during interesting the Ter agricultural It is papers one of the in oldest the coun-and T4TRgn ,'VTT.Y r. p.p p p p p p p p p p p p pType

try. Published by the Orange Judd
papers we note the following: "Earth- -

quakes aud other Seismic Movements," Company, 751 Broadway, New York, Sour Orange Trees.

Animal and Plant. Love of Children," at $1.50 per year. See advertisement of sour orange

by Mrs. Fanny D. Bergen ; "The Care .. .-----" trees at Red Rock prices in another for Sale. 1 .
Palatka News "Black large column.
: .a
of the Brain Professor AmbroseL.
Newfoundland dog, of Pablo Beach, 4 800 pounds Long Primer, the type the Dis
Ramey; "Rustless Iron," by James has made himself famous by rushinginto About three million dollars worthof
patch is printing from, is offered for gale
'. S. C. Wells; "The Origin and Struc-. the surf and rescuing Miss Mamie American made locomotives are *
ture of Meteorites," by M.A. Daubree; Shaw, who was in danger, while bath- sent abroad every .year. cheap.
.' in the surf day last week. He 4 c. w. DACOSTA.
"Bohemian Glass," by Professor Hen- ing one Two Doctors Failed.
heard her screams and rushed to her
rich Schwarz; "Development of Minerals assistance before the men near could R. K. Greenless, Randall, Ark.,

," by M. J. Thoulet. The "Editor's think what to do. writes : I certify with pleasure to
the following facts : No prescriptionever
Table" paper on "Science and the
effected more than a temporary

State" exposes facts which deserve to suppression of the chills on myself. I & & & & & & & & & &
be pondered. A portrait and a sketch ] ctcoroIoic.I.a was told to try your Hughes' Tonic.

are given of "Gerard Mercator," the I concluded to give it a trial after two

famous geographer of sixteenth cen --. . >.. ; doctors had failed to stop the chills. r

New York D. Appleton & Co. ...Iaq'J'B3A'g'g'I 'g'g .. One bottle made a complete cure.
tury. ; W JO aooooaWise 0 < Prepared by R. A. Robinson & Co.,
Fifty cents a number; five dollars per 1886. huaAV. tr. :J c 02ss Wholesale Druggists, Louisville]] Ky. HIRES' IMPROVED ROOT BEER.

year. Sold at retail by H. Robinson fc Co., packages25cts. Makes gallonsof
'S1 PlwnH ooooooo- anft a delicious, sparkling and wholesome bev-
24 IIUP asap I o oe o Jacksonville, Fla. erage. Sold by all druggists,or sent by mallon
JACKSONVILLE | 4 receipt of 25; cents. C. E. LURK.:
The Tropical Agriculturist : 48 N. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
OBSERVATION 3 Fine Orange Grove for Sale.
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for May is a most interesting presentation June: 4CZIOIaA I Imoa--o o i>-" a
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This is on the east bank of
grove JOYCE & HUNT
of the of the 01
tropical products .
, : 'uollaailQ: I > *: the St. Johns river ; large river front, ,
Island of Ceylon.] The coffee, tea, i Ending EndingJune S.A. (I"rWW Q"."U1 a aoJ oJo 35 miles south of Jacksonville, and 31 Whltatcer St.,Savannah,"oa.DF..ALER.'IIN .

cocoa, sugar, cincona, rubber palm, eekEnding OFFICEOF : contains thirty-five acres of(originally)
and rice planters of Ceylon, like the OFFICE t, .sqipajpanq t- :> OQO rich hammock land. Contains 2,000 NEW HOME and other Machines, attach-
pas eagoal: UI el .-: SB= trees besides all other ments and parts for all macnlnes.Oils,.Needles -
fruit growers of California, are UUJUI1U( llua 2 bearing orange etc. Also Pianos, Organs and vapor
'. SERVICE ___ 4Ito.Mr<:.I.Ij : fruits grown in Florida ; grapes, figs, Cook Stoves, Just tin thing for summer use.
"lengthening their cords and strength- j;> GNALSERVICE oooooooOCJOOOOO. Q.SSP* .03: Peen-to peaches, Japan plums-fifty Send__- _for__._catalogue.- ____ __ -__u
ening their stakes for a world-wide I "U"usalq .I orIO: ",-aozmo.-.,.ar.o ; 'd ru trees, bananas, guavas, etc. Dwelling .I FLORIDA
competition in their tropical products. GNAL 8 -- agn; house of four rooms, good water, fine
... 0 wnWlulloT 1 cd if ei_ s4 5 ';S FERTILIZER COMPANY
"i" tt) all t.'t7 stable and for
.Q garden a good
The Agriculturist is a closely printed S H haft-hhh. 0 po 0) .
h-Oh stock. If sold within two months can E. T. PAl'il-, Prest.,44 East Bay St.
,. monthly of 64 pages, large octavo, got Reportfor: atai IY8Lv-a I ;. be bought for one half its value. Florida Orange Food, $23 per ton.
up in the best English style, on tinted r I--- -- 3 -< Address, M. G. JOHNSON, Florida Vegetable Food. $28 per ton.
.IQ1awo.l1rg GOhNN rWa tom This Fertilizer has been tested
and furnished to subscribers at .
paper, 00 ooap;: sUh Jacksonville, Fla.
t1Ua uuali vta for the past six years on Orange Groves In
1 6s. annum. It is a most welcome !- ) 122 -- ---
per Florida and has given entire satisfaction.
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table. gsa Bind Your Papers Send for Circulars and Certificates.
exchange to our
eorologica : i : : :
; !: j: j i: jdj .0_41 2* We have a number of excellent files -
.. ... .' 00:-o:..: CIS.... a a-m| for sale with the name "FLORIDA DIS- COW PEAS.
The American Settler, (I). ',< .loa.. cC:1N>.>.'t7., ,or,) 00 G)4J W Ajj I PATCH" embossed thereon
( E =S affording a :aw bushels lied Rover, Clay, Whippoorwlll
: London, England,is one of the best Q c 3f SXXX beautiful covering for paper, only SI and White Peas for sale. i

:,:. .' ;representatives of the industrial inter- .-. '" b w;. omtit3iiT -: each. E. T. PAINE, Preat. !

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2IDUCZD. Cerd for .rcu1l.:. THE LIVER DYSPEPSIA i in Real Sate
,-,- -- Secretes the bii and acts like a filter to Variable appetite; faint, gnawing feeling

cleanse ,iflJ'I..ties of the blood. By Frat pit of the stomach,heartburn, wind in the .

Crab Orchard action or suspensions stomach,bad breath,bad taste in the mouth, '
of its fundone, the bile poisons the blood low spirits, general prostration. There is II $500 will buy a fine residence lot at

-WATER.n <* causing, ,like, sallow complexion, weak no form of disease more prevalent than Dyspepsia Tampa. Easy tei ins. .

.a..CD eyes, bilious diarrhcea, a languid weary and it can in all cases be traced to w1ll buy 2 acres high rolling
THIS THE LIVER.KIDNEYS.THK :>0:n t"<0'3''' i feeling, and many other distressing sympan enfeebled or poisoned condition of thetomsgenemlly $5000 land adjoining the new town ort

4 STOMACH. 4 a rg' w termed liver troubles. These blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by cleansingare Pemberton,junction of South Florida and
t Florida Southern Railroads and the Withla-
.THIS BOWELS. 3- relieved at once by the use of BULL'S and purifying the blood tones up the diges- coochee River

-'A POSITIVE CURE FOR .;.. ;fl:s SARSAPARILLA the great blood resolvent. tive organs, and relief is obtained at once.

.o a.e DB.JOHN Btni.-I have been for a number of DR.JOHN BULL.-I have no hesitation in saying DYSPEPSIA *> :J :r.=' >> years severely afflicted with a mercuri!?.l headache that I believe your SARSAPARILLA to be the best Q>IUU Railroad town on 8. F. R.R., in
3, CONSTIPAT'IONz. C :!: ;: and a dull,heavy pain In my liver. Three bottles medicine manufactured for the cure of Scrofulaof Hernando county Easy terms: concessions
CSICKHEADACHEO BULL'S SARSAPARILLA gave me more relief Syphilis,and many other cutaneous and glandu. to those who will build. Place rapidly 1m-
nn99A-;; than all the others combined.
lar affections,having used It With entire success
:-One to two teaspoonfuls. ?- ...n Co.'n" =p.,. T.1L OWENS. Louisville,Ky. in numbers of the abovo cases. proving.
Genuine CRAB ORCHAKD SALTS in sealo'! oed Dn. Jomr Buix.-I have examined the pre- JAMES :MOORE,Louisville,Ky.serlptionforthepreparattonofDa.JoaxBuLL's t
packages at JO and 25ct Ko gena; xr N $1 I 00 will buy a handsome lot I In Parkers-
uine Salts sold in bulk. Sol ...n SARSAPARILLA, and believe the combination to DR. JOHN BUT.T.-I procured one bottle of burg.Marion county,facing on .
Crab Orchard Water Co.. Proprs. ; bo r-T.excellent one,and well calculated to pro- BULL'S SARSAPARILLA for my eldest son.' Among Park. Send for colored map. Property
S.N. lONES.: Manager. Leuini11e Ky. clucr 'i alterative Impression on the system. I the remedies and various prescriptions that hell ered very cheap.
has tried for weak lungs and chest,this bottle
:'; used it both in publio and private practice : .
au..thin it the best article Sarsaparilla iu use.has been of m T'' benefl; to,hIm than all. It has
Uol'YLE8.M. D.,Louisville Ky. cured me of l/y.-'Opsic:: t ,as\\ 91. will buy a large building lot in
IRON .Phyi...t Lou.Marine IXosp. .J vlW 8.MCGEE,Horse Cave,Ky. $150 Windsor, Alachua county, a flourIShing -

00 KIDNEYS SCROFULA $5000 will buy 400 adjoining
An the great secretory of Is morbid condition of Windsor. Easy terms.Only
.I.'- Send for pricesand organs a peculiar $f>(00/, cash required; balance on long time to .
Illustrated Catalogue of the body. Into and through the IS the system, caused directly by suit purchaser.
CINCINNATI ((0.) CORRUGATING CO. ltot ,lj', 'c : gw tie waste fluids con LIFE. impurities in the blood or bycasingpois

--_.- -- : MOCSC Matter taken i n the systhe lack of sufficent nourishment furnished $250 will buy a well located lot of 10

CECIL H. PLUMMER, tern. If the r; revJ do not act properly this to the system through the blood, usually dry originally acres at selected Oriole;for land orange all high culture.and

matter is r. '(!!Xd and poisons the blood, affecting ite glands, often resulting in; terms of credit. Only$25 cash required,

causing" ::eakness.paininthesmall swellings, enlarged joints, abscesses nre: and an equal amount per annum "plus the Interest
of back and flushes heat chills with the face "'eck. on deferred payments. The easiest
-/JC, eyes, blotchy eruptions on or
terms offered on high dry lands In Florida..
.VBTBRINARY SURGEON disordered stomch: and bowels. BULL'S Erysipelas is akin to it and is often mistaken Enquire for particulars.

SARSAPHDBLLA acts as a diuretic on the for Scrofula as it comes from the sam: cause,
will buy a fine 10-acre lot close by
KidneyC rint7 bowels, and directly on the impure blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by, $450 station Candler, Marion county.

Student of the Royal Veterinary College of blood'cc .. f c:1 causing the great or- purifying the blood and toning up the system Very prosperous place; good lands.

London, gans Ci 'St; Cody to resume their natural forces the / 1p.rities from the blood and CS O O F wjll buy a choice 5-acre lot at Can-
functions, an?health is at once restored. cleanses the system through the regular \P U dler,close by the station.

Will, answer. all communications" through letters DB.JOHN Brau-Ihave nsM BTTLI.SARSAPAchannels.. $400 w1ll tine a 4.acre( tract of off roll-
'. BIZXA. for rheumatism and kidney trouble,and DR. JOiN BCLI*-It is my opinion that your II.g8lne land lying a little from
and telegrams. my BOO has taken It for asthma and l1era1depreparation of SARSAPARILLA is decidedly superior tbe S.S., IL In Marion county. SatIsfactory
blUty. It bM given ua both great : to any other now in use, and I will take terms to buyers.
Yours truly, great pleasure in recommending It for the cure of
TROS.IL.BENTLEY,Ilossville,111. Icrofulaand:: all diseases of the blood and kidneys. $5 2 0 will buy a beautifully located
Office In Orlando, Fla.,at B. B. ALLEN M. Bradford,Ky. whole block of lots In Parkersburg.
Reed& Foster's Stables.L. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA. PRINCIPAL OFFICE: :Money In It for the right man. Over 300 lots

BULL'S WORM DESTROYER. 831 West: Main Street, Louisville, Ky. now sold.
BULL'S SMITH'S TONIC SYUUP. I CO will buy 10 acres good orange land
adjoining Parkersburg.
Notary Public., Justice of the Peao THE POPULAR REMEDIES OF THE DAY. For Safe' by all Drug lsts. f I
will 80
buy acres high rolling
:MURRAY & McNARY. land adjoining Floral City, In
; EEP TBE: : J3LOO.PUBE.:. ; Hernando county. Money in It for subdivision -
EAST COAST LANDS Into lots. Terms to suit.

Halifax River"Volusla County,Fla. $800 will buy SO acres good high rolling
HORACE DREW pine land north of Conper on F.S.Wy .
All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid BullIng In Hernando county. Goo-Ueighb
Lots on and near River. Address, wit hood. -
stamp,at Ormond. Volusla County, Fla. 59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida. will buy 20 acres land at Oriole
deo 8-1y $600
will buy a handsome 80 acre tract
KISSIl\Jl\.1E: Books Stationery Newspapers Periodicals and $1 000 southwest of Oriole, close by 1m-
provements; commanding building site; fine
Real Estate Agency. Music, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods, land.
will buy 40 acres land, high and
'. Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door $1'200 dry,adjoining town plat of Oriole.
Healthy Lauds! Low Prices A fortune for some one by sub-dividing Into

Kissimmee oflers the best chances for settlers Amusements.Moore's building lots.

In Florida. It Is the coming district,as Orange Culture, Rev. Ed .. . .. ... .. .- . ., .. .. 81.00 $600 wl11 buy 40 acres of land adjoining
all who know the Sate testify. There Is Big nemler's Truck Farming In the South .. .. . .. .. . .. 1.50 preceding.
Money for Investors in Town Lots. Whitner's Gardening in Florida .. ... .. .. .. ... .. ... .. . 1'50 will buy 80 acres land adjoiningthe
Pine and Hammock Lauds McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida. . .. ..,"...,......' .. . .. .. .. 4.00I S 1250 Company's lands at emberton -
High have all the Maps Books,etc., on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica- which they have laid out In building lots.
At reasonable prices. tion. Legal Blanks of every description.. River front. A bargain.

Also good land for Truck Farming. A few HORACE DREW.. $2500 will buy 120 acres fine land be-
mall Bearing Groves on tracts of from tween Dade City and Tucker-
Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices. I town in Hernando county.
These droves are easily enlarged, and afforda $400 will buy 40 acres splendid high
good start. Correspondence solicited. ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY land, two miles from Brooksville.

nOVELL A ROSE \ trees, some beginning to bear
Kissimmee,Orange Co., Fla._ CHARLESTON, S. C. grove In fine condition; Clay county, flue;
neighborhood; quarter mile from Kingsley
FEET': Asliely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer. Lake.
JOTSSIZE 40xix $4.
Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops, $1 1 OOO will buy 1W acres high elhas
ILakeview Lake
Kingsley and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables. in Hernando county;
4?-$50 buys a &-acre FLORIDA several hundred dollars worth of Improve-
I tract for Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees,bananas, etc. ments on It,Including house; Railroad survey
|An ORANGE GIIOV runs through place.
Send 2 cent for) 'etc. to Ashley Dissolved Bones. Ashley Aeid Phosphate.
stamp lap CSKnnn will buy 810 acres finely located
TROPICAL LAND CO.. Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnit CD O U U U land in Hernando county. Will

[P. O. Box: 158, Jacksonville, I Ia. Muriate, Potash,Cotton Seed Meal, etc. sell all or part.HOMES.
Ex-Go Geo. F. Drew,
REFER, .TO Jacksonville Rev. C. For Almanacs and Hand Books,Agricultural Primers,and good articles on. Peas,Kalnit

McLean,St.Augustine. Floats,etc.,address

npv9-ly? IN FLORIDA!

Charlesto n,s.c.
)f. Oriole, Ilernnndo CountY.

Send stamp for colored Map of Oriole and
information how to get a home In Florida,
AFUIEM IN NEED.Dr. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE close by Railroad in active operation. Splen-
did orange lands. Large number of new
Sweet's groves already began. Purchasers rapidly
coming In from all over the Union. Attractive -
INFALLIBLE I I LINI I MEN T. plan purchase;; but little cash required.

Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen i FLORIDA DISPATCH Bargains offered.
Sweet Connecticut, the natural Bone Bet
i ter. Has been used for more than 50 years, W. B. CLARKSON,
and lathe best known remedy for Rheumatism -
,Neuralgia,Sprains,Bruises,Cute,Burns, Office: 72J W.Bay St., up stairs,
wounds and all external Injuries. .; '
SOLD BY ALL DKUGG1STS-TKV IT. n.J.y$9 per -Year.r Jacksonville, Fla.: f'


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:.'. < NURSERIES, SEEDS, ETC. SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WEST' OPIUM I at andWHISX particulars home without 11 sent A pain.BITS Free.cured Book

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,- i'' TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. ,, .r: S-s I Z1rA1LYA I ASTHMA 1 SHCLE Bill eonTincts -
." the most skeptical!
is'' .. ., ;."'.- Catalogue--Free. [c>> WAYCROSS' SHORTLINE.' : ') ., GERMAN ASTHMA CURE*Y!,='1L

I* most violent attack; insures comfortable sleep;I
-- effects cures where all other remedies" faiL|
W. G. TOUSEY F All Trains of this Road.'a'e'Run by Ueutial ((90th)| No waiting for results.! Its action 18
.si Meridian Time, which is 33 Minutes Sio. r immediate, direct and certain, and al
g than Jacksonville Time. cure is effectedinsallIJILAlILECASES! !
J Seffner, Hi1L borough Co., Fla. "It permanently cured me. Refer to me tt any time." I
Hon.B. LoU Sr.Pani,1Mm."l .
TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. am entirely restored to bealth by German Asthma.
I Core." Tin.Jl'itto"o BamtUon.Oki.\
NURSERY Co. Passenger Trains will leave and arrive daily, "German Asthma Cure fa aU you claim for It. It never)
:MANVILLE as follows: fill*." Prof.S. Toni'fl.rJi.,Crnn itta.S.C.1
OCy physician recommende d German Aithma.Cara. It I Ie
NEW ORLEANS KXPKEH!: 'id, me." L. Tttrick,Lotadtnuu,,.,.Okto.|
Leave Jacksonville daily at............... /:35: It m, TM 1*of similar Letter oa file .A.k",<
': CRESCENT UITY, FLORIDA. Arrive at Jacksonville daily at."...... 7:3 a m;, about It.
Leave Callahan daily at....._........... 8:18 a m Ger n Asthma Cure I..*sold by all dmKifita
':,-/ Arrive Brunswick via B.& .V. R.R... 1:50 p m; stamp. IL&CIlU'.U.\N.1I.U..*t.l'Biil.Mln4PIAHOS&ORGANS
.,' Arrive at Thomasville dally aU_...._ 1:37 p m,
: Arrive at Bainbridge dally at............ ::35 p m. -
iOrange .Arrive Chattahoochee daily at..... 4:04 p m
:; Trees for Planting during the Rainy Months Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R.ItJtclO p m.: --- ,
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R.R"...... 2:30: am';

of June and July. Arrive Pullman atNew Buffet Orleans Cars viaL.& and from R1R: Jackson-r:2) n m*;, Of wholesale all from makes prices.headquarters direct All to customers goods, at

ville and New Orleans, via Pensacola, and aranteEd. Nomoney asked
Address Mobile. till instruments are received
FAST AIL. and fully tested. Write us

.. Leave Jacksonville dally at....._...._ 2.0J p in, before purchasing. An investment of 2 cents may
; F. S. CON .. .._ save you from 850.OO to 810O.OO. Address
: Arrive at Jacksonville dally at. .l :00 m.
** Leave Callahan daily at.................... 2:45, p m, JESSE tinpN'tothe* Ten,.
Manager. Leave Chattahoochee at...................11:30 a m .Wholesale i> .
Leave Thomasville at......-................ 1:40 p m' -- ------ ------
,/iI' Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 4:40 p m
Arrive at Jesup dally at....._ ............. 6:15 p ni U, S. FAST MAIL STEAMERSFOR
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G... *::35 p m
Arrive at Savannah dally at....._...... 7:58 p m
:;: i ., Arrive at Washington,D.C.,daily at 11:00 p ni
Arrive Baltimore............._...............12:35 a m Palatka ana All LanllinRs
Arrive Philadelphia........................._ 3:45 a m s sON
Arrive at New York dally at._....__ 6:50 a ni
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson-

ville and New York. .
From i to li. inches. in Diameter, ;o EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. UPPER ST. JOHN'S RIVER

..d.ll '1 if,. If' : Leave Jacksonville dally at.............. 4:30 p m
\.. Arrive Jacksonville dally at...........11:30 a m TAMPA, MANATEE RIVER,
Leave Callahan dally at....................." 5:14 p m
Arrive at Callahan.............................10:46 a m West Havana and New Orleans.
R: Ck. Leave Waycross................................._ 7:30: p m Key ,
; .:t : : : :EloTtOrn: :Prices: Arrive at Waycross dally at.............. 8:25 a m -

Leave Gainesville dally at..........._.... 3:50 p m
Leave at Lake City..... ......... ........... 3M5 p m DOUBLE DAILY DEPARTURES
Leave Live Oak dally at..................... 7:10: p m
Leave Thomasville dally at..........._..11:15 p m '
For Planting During Rainy Season of Summer. Arrive at Albany dally aL............ 1:30 a ID PBOPLE'S LINB STEAMERS.
Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 8.00 a m
Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R.11......... 2:10 p m
Arrive New Orleans eta L. & N. R.R. 7:30 p m -

;. rTi, q l 16 Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R.... 7:10 a m Steamers H. B. PLANT of the People's
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Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R.R..." 2:25 a m Line and CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.of the
rsr :JL.L..E:: : : de FI.EE1J: Ds ,
t .l Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. U... 6:35 a m De Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run as
Arrive St. Lo lis..............................._. 7:40 a m follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson-
,.># 4; \ Wharf at foot of Laura street:
ville and St. Louis, via Thoraasville, Albany, Leave Savannah, Florida and Western ., ..

:. Montgomery and Nashville. Railway wharf Jacksonville, .
Island Florida.
': ,.: : Drayton '
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It I.Fw ,', '" "r -I"' JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS.Leave dally on arrival of Man I train.
Jacksonville.............................. 9:30 p mArrive Leave Jacksonville........._............... : :3:00 p m
_ Leave Callahan...................................10:20 p m Leave Tocol.........._......_..-......_.._... 6:15pm
Arrive Waycross..................................12:35 a m Leave Palatka........................_..._...... 8:40 pm
'iitL'AKtE_ GEORGE NURSERIES Arrive Albany via B. & W. R. R......... 5:30 a m Leave Welaka........................._...._HhSO( p m
Arrive :Macon via Central R. R......... 9:40 a m Leave.stor......-........ ...................._..- 20 a m
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R....... 1:35 p m Leave DeLand Landlng.......-....._ 4:15 a m
G NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY, Arrive Jesup....._............................... 2:15am Leave Blue Springs-........._?........._._ 5.-00 a m
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V.& Q.... 6:00 a m Arrive Sanford, South Florida Rail-
With descriptions of Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. R. 8:30 a m road wharf..... .......................-.......... 7:00 a m
TROPICAL AND 8El\.1I-TROPJ.CAL Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V. & G. R.R.12.-05 m Arrive Sanford, City wharf....._...._-. 7:10 a m
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R......,. 6:50 a m Arrive Enterprise.......... ..........._.....- 8:10am
Fruit Trees Plants Vines Berries Ornamental Trees Grasses etc. etc. Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir Leave Enterprise....._......_.........._... 8:30 a m
Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and RETURNING,
with full of all the via Waycross, Jesnp and Macon between
<, Together descriptions Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also,;Through Leave Sanford,City wharf.............-.? 5:50 p m
Coaches between Jacksonville Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf 7:00 p m
ORANGE & LEMON TREES Passenger and
CHOICEST VARIETIES OF < Chattanooga, via Albany and Jacksonville Leave Blue Springs.--.._................_.. 8:50 p m
Also Price List. Send for Catalogue to and Cincinnati, via Jesnp.SAVANNAH .; Leave DeLand Landing..................... 9:25 p m
..,. Leave Astor..........._............................11:25 p m
EXPRESS. :LP.aveVelaka. .................._....._..._. 2:15 a m
7 W. =.s9.WKINS: sc SON: iFrops. -
Leave Jackson vllle...................._........ 9:30: p m Leave Palatka................ ......-.......-... 4:30 a m
LAICE_J3ORGHE, FLO 11II>A._. Jan 1 '85 Arrive Jacksonville...._. ....._......._.. 8.-05 a m Leave Tocol..................._. ..............-. 6:30am
Leave Callahan ................................10:20 p m Leave Green Cove Spring......_........,.. 7:15 a m
Arrive Callahan................................... 7:05 a m Arrive Jacksonville...._. ......_....... 9:45 a m
-GEORGETOWN NURSERIES. Leave Gainesville at................._........ 3:50 p m -
Arrive Gainesville. ........................._.. 9:35 a m Connecting at Tocoi with St.Johns Rail
-0 Leave Lake City...................._........._ 3:15 p m road, at Palatka with Florida Southern
J Arrive Lake City.................................IfcW)a m Railway ; at Astor with St. John's and
ORANGE AND LEMON TREES Leave Live Oak at................_............. 7:10 p m Lake Enstls Railway at DeLand Landingwith
. Arrive at Live Oak daily at.............. 6:15 a m DeLand and St.Johns Railroad;at Enterprise -.
Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. Arrive Thomasville............_........?.... 7:50 a m with A. C.,St.J. & I. R. Railroad forTllusv1l1e
PERSIMMONS LEOONTE GRAPES and line Arrive Albany....................................11:50 a m ;,at Sanford,with steamers for In-
Also a
dian River, and with trains of South
: via Cen. It. 7:23
Arrive Montgomery: m
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, Arrive Nashville via I.. &.N. R. R.... 7:10 a m Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with
SONw.A.RR: ., Georgetown., Fla I Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R.R.. '2:20 p m the steamer Margaret of the People Line
Cincinnati via .. 6:35 for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River;
Map 1"'M tt Arrive L. & N. R. R. p m
Arrive Ht. Louis via L. &: N. R. R...... 8:00 p m also connecting with the steamships Mascotte and
Arrive Waycross.:.........._..". ...........1235 a m for Key West and Havana every Monday
FRUIT TREES VINES AND PLANTS Arrive Brunswick via B.& W. R.R... 7:40 a m Thursday,arriving at Key West Tuesday and

Arrive Jesup............._......................_ 3:l3 a m Friday,and Havana Wednesday and Sat
Arrive &avannah..........._....._...._ 6:15 a m urday.
ADAPTED TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA INCLUDING Arrive Charleston........_..........._.12: 5 p m Returning steamship leaves Havana on
Arrive Washington-........_..__.......10:30 a m Wednesday and Saturday Key West Wednesday -
' Arrive New York........._....._....._. 5:30 p m and Saturday,arriving at Tampa Thursday -
?c an.c1. ]: Lemon. .
The Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonville and Sunday.A
f', and Tampa. freight steamer the People's or De Bary-
I in'v Citrus Fruits Peen-To and Honey Peaches LeConte and Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville Baya Merchants' Line, leaves Jacksonville
leaves Sanford
and Washington. dally,at 6 p. m. Returning,
i ., Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons, Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail daily,at 9 a. m.
and Steamship connections, and berths For further particulars Inquire of
CATALOGUE FREE. checked through. Also, Sleeping Car JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.
and sections secured at the Company's Office Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville .

Orders from East Florida, shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton senger in Astor's Station Building, and on Bay board street People's,and at Line Pas- Office, Waycross ,F a..

Island,, St. Johns River. De Steamers Bary-Uaya JH.B.Line Plant steamer and Chattahoochee City of'Jackson-and W. M.General DAVIDSON Traffic,Agent,Astor Building.C. .

ville. D. OWENS,Traffic Manager,
"H 'A."H. MANVILLE &, CO. JAS. L. TAYLOR- Savannah,G*.:
General Pawwmeer Agent.B. H.8. HAINES, Gen'l Manager,

.:' aug24-ly Lakeland, Polk County, Fla. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. Savannah,G*.

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Unrivaled ::Ferrtllizer-for Orange Trees. WM. CANNON, ** Royal Palm Nurseries,

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Special to Orange Grower: H- n KISSIMMEE, FLA, MANATEE, FLA.
The price of Calcined Humus U f JO per ton -; R
deli+' >f-ed ut v 'ur nf'ale depot; but to meet Agent for Sale of Lota inEssimmee'jCity -'%:_ ; : In ddition to a full line <>f general nursery
the fii'erKtMicy. ur t'-e p erect", seat-on VKBT :;; stock adapted to the climate ol "Florida wet
t.tutatAI.TERMMWill becheerfnllygiven. Corre > e wjs f- con t ntly receiving seeds and plantsfrom
Address W. W HIUKS =--= a x world., many of which are introduced for the
Fort Mason, Fla. D..1. : -.-I.""_'_' first time into the United .States
I 1.l\UWl8. :-_'; 1F ,II h We can only mention a few of the rare
= plants:"sind trees we catalogue for the fall of
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', evident.. Cashier. ,..:!-'"?'" is iMangoes
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KISSIMMEE CITY BANK Also for Lands owned by !1: =. =: Apples,Star-Apples.Suger-Apples,Cherimoyas
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=- .-: Sops Horse-Radish Trees "Spanish
ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD CO., Limes," Tamarinds Otaheite Gooseberries
Maumee Sapotas.Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap-
KISSIMMEE LAND CO., ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizziasand
CAPIrrAL .$10,000.! Cassias in variety Jatrophas, Fourcrayas,
FLORIDA LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO., It 1tAI Yuccas,Agaves, Dasylirions, Plumerias;Palmsin
( variety), Csesalpinias and Poincianas, many
V Transact a general Banking business' ,\. ::A.&G.C.C.A OKEECHOBEE LAND CO. Q 0M kinds of Ipomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas, and rare
-a- a'Correspondent aN greenhouse plants; Antigonons, bamboos. East
Indian Pines and forest trees ; Pandamus
Buys and bells Exchange. Letters of Credit 5 Veitchii, Musa Ensete; Cyphomandra betacea

cashed. .. BolieUed. .. (the "Tomato tree" of Jamaica); the "Melon
-_ w.--- -. e Shrub" and.White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses
2 Has correspondents in all the chief towns Special pains taken to gel ltut abu suit views of uuyera,either for aeitimuout or .InveS.ment and all sorts of shrubbery in variety.
of Florida,also Seaboard Natic-nal Bank and i'.1., i tj\f. ...tiige and Fruit Lands, Cane and Rice Lands, Stock Pasturage Lands.I Red Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready,
Messrs. C. M. Whitney & Co., New York.In u...od Lauds include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges, Lemons 82.W per hundred, 815.00 per thousand.
Great Britain: The bank of Ireland, ,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane, early vegetables, etc. and are chiefly In the Countiesof New cat tlogne ready In October.
Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of British St.Johns, Volusia, Brevard, Orange, Sumter, Levy, Hillsborough} Polk, Manatee'and Address
North America and Melville, Evans & Co., Monroe. REASONER BROS.,
London. Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands settlers have located on them during the:past Box 10, Manatee,Fla.
six months. Do not delay If you want them at the present low prices.
A: N. DOBBINS &.JBRO. 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. IMPROVED:
Address all correspondence about the above lands to

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M.t"F. Price $2.5O 1000
?per ,
'; orncE: LOUNGE. 1' Chairs and
Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters l.oliIJ s in t the World. _
They have all the dillVr- .
Delivered to the wharf.
eat Reclining Positions! I '-. \ f'
24 LAURA STREET, .ji < .
and can be rigidly fastened -
e. at any angle,a feature C. F. WINTON,
JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA found ol1l'ln thcirgoods. _
..; East Mandarin.
They arc durable & sim
Gunsmlthing done in all its branches. pie with a variety of designs
INVALID and prices to suit. DEER ISLAND
A U .E and ELET.ANT: picveof
Special rates on Stencil Cutting, by mall. i FfnxiTrr.E: sec tbfia! } PARLOR LOUNGE.
oct 8-tt l cfore buying. i .r GARDENS AND NURSERIES
r They also! make Physicians'
Chairs and Reclining
,cz4v.: : Rockers. OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA.

FanCyt Poultry. -
Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit
ST. NxcnoLAs FLA., PlaiitN. and Vines.

Keeps twenty varietle of pure bred Fowls No Loss in Transplanting.'
Egg *r Hatching $2 per Dozen. FOURSUPERIOR
Has Just received a fine selection from th Catalogue ana Price List Free, on application -
best Poultry Yards in this country. SIt eR sd FFI to'the Manager. AddressA.


nov29-ly, Oakland, Orange Co., Fla.
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\'t( AlIfGk GRADES OF SILVER STEEL PRIZES Nurseries of Lake Woir o Go.

AT 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.

CHIUMEVER SAWS New Orleans' Our trees are very thrifty, three and four
; year old 8 tocJc:,%to 14! inch diameter, with
one year old buds. Nurseries easily acces-
,s'ale to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for
{ l !\ Sendor Cata ogee and 1-,. ors to I& &logues.- Address
I<;. B. FOSTER, Manager
E. C. ATHENS & CO., Indianapolis, IndOoloniaii ._ dec2My South Lake Weir, Fla.

1HtCHAMFIOj(. Il. Dtas11ry > Afr"nt.; No w Orleans.
-- .. J. BEACH & SON,

Read this Testimony then TRY 'OhC ur the Hues! il<..1cls NU US JEtt YM.13I

IT for yourself 4j1 iZZPP ,in \1118I'1G1. Our stock of Fruit Trees Is large and tine,
Proprietors have many letters like these; 0 and m good order. New Fruits,among which
BETTER All modern improvement and are the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and
THAN QUININE. appliances have been*.p'aced in White Genoa. .
Mr. M. M. Kesterson Dorsey Co. Ark. the house and no hotel in the Catalogue free. Address ; <
j "TV !'*can ccrtifv to the fact that H'ughesrTODl.c S>utf is I morn handsomely fur- A. J: ; IIKACII & SON'sE'uS.l3 *
is the best chill tonic I ever tried. I J .-..- nl.he<1. Palatka, FLl.0ornrlSWeek..T
I consider it better than quinine." .

CURES CHRONIC CASES. -,-- Finest Resort in the South. -

test I1OX* McDonald\' Laurel The If 'tel contains 1SW rooms,of <
wrti Hughes Tonic u-Iilrli li."are bed t rooms; the re- t
fever has never failed yet, and I have sold it ,"ahuJer are mostly public- room
to a number"of chronic, cases. It cures them t :1 (or lli... use of the guests of theurf SAM PLE >,e
every tune. hllu t'. POLICE O. ZETTEw1Jl
Ask For Hughes'Tonic and Take No Otter. .::::- : Itathing,'Surt Fishing and be mailed securely any address In the ,
Mirvcle it ding. n.t this noted. United States CO P C for Three Monthson
PRICE $1.00 r receipt of B bO One Dollar. Liberal
PER BOTTLE. l Rutmii- bearh, are among theIt''l .
discount allowed to
actions.TEKMS Postmasters.Agents and
Clubs.The POLICE OAztm
of New York is the Wl AIL.EL U (b .T legitimate
R. A. ROBINSON & CO. : Transient,per day, Ss.o0Specl.l Illustrated Sporting and Sensational
;; t
nck 6i\b1o Journal pnblled on the American
Wholesale DruggUtt,LOUISVILLE, KY. i I FREE I .
__. rates by the Week and continent. Apply for terms to
For Sale by Druggists generally. I 4RtL: i : 11I'---.L .4ia' to Families..:. .. Richard. Fox, Franklin Square, New

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Augusta, Oa................. 30 roo 00 Cedar Rapids Ia.......... ... Fort Scott Kan......... 00 140 00: Logansport Ind. .... .. Portsmouth, Ohio_...... ... _.._..
Atlanta, Oa....._.......... 35 7000, Champaign, Il./ Qallion, Oiio................. ... ;......... Lincoln, 9-1 156 90 Peoria, IlI_.................. 65 11600
' Atchison, Kan............. ..,... ........! Dalton, Oa......_..... ....... 40 1X1001\ .GalllpoUs, Ohio............ ... I.........': .Macon, Ga.....................: 25 50 001 1 Plttsbul1r. Pa............. ... 66 126 00 .
Adraln, Mich......... ...:. ...... .........1 Dayton, O. ... ............... .....1 Grand Rapids, flcb..... I......... .Mobile, Ala....................' 40 ,I 80 00 Qulncy.lll_................. ... _..._
Ann Harbor, Mlcb,...... ... .........1 Delaware, Ohio............ .... .......,,' Henderson Ky............. 5.9 1100 00 Montgomery, Ala........I 35 7000, Rome ua. .................. 40 80 00
Alton, Ill .__................ ... ......... Defiance. Ohio......?....... ... ......... I Hickman, Icy................. 55 ,100 (oa) Mansfield, ObIO............. ... I.........; Rock Island 111............ ...... ...._..
Anniston, Ala............... 40 80 00 Detroit Mlcb................. 70 120 001 Indianapolis, Ind........ 00 11000 Mass1110n, Oblo............,. ... ......... Rochester, N. Y............ 683134 00
Birmingham, Ala......... 40 80 00 Danville 111.................. ...: ......... Jeffersonville, Ind...... 58 108 00 Mt. Vernon.. ObIo.......... ... .. HanduskyOblo...... ...... 00

Bloomington, Ill ,........ ... ......... IavenportlIa,1 Jacksonville; Ill.......... ... ......... Memphis, .j.enn........... 45 90 00 Sioux City, Iowa.......... ... .........
Burlington Ia............... ...... ..?..... I Joliet. IlL....................... .... ......... MilwaukeeWis........_. 70 12000 Springfield, Ill......_...... ...... .........
Belleville, ill................. ... ......... ;Des Moines, Iowa......... ...... I......... Jefferson CIty, Mo....... ...... ......... Madison, Ind................ ... ........ St. Joseph. Mo.............. ...... .....
Buffalo, N. Y....._._...... 66. 126 00 Denver, Col.................. 1 85 00 Knoxville, Tenn ......... 45 00 00 MInneapolis, 'l1nn_... ...... ,.........1.I, St. Louis, Mo_ ...._...... 65 116 00

Bay City; MlclJ:............. ...... ...._ Dixon, Ill...................... ... 1250.....! Kenton, Ohio................., ..... Madison Wis..... .........,, ...... .........\ Saginaw Mich....... .. .. _._..
Br18tol, .J.enn............._ ... ......... Elyrla, Ohio..__.......... ..... I I......... Kalamazoo, l\l1cb........, 70 .120 00 Montreal{, Canada._...... ...... ......... SpringfleldOhlo........... ... .....-.
Cleveland 0........... ...N. 70 120 00)( Evansville, Ind............ 56 106 00 Kansas City, Mo.......... ... .N bvUle,Tenn............ 45 00 00 8t. Paul, 1\11nn......_....... ...... ..../N..
Cincinnati, Ohio........ 55 100 00 East Saginaw, !.l1cb..... ... ......... Lansing,Mich............... ...... .......... New Orleans-............ 45 90 00 Toledo O .................. 70 lID 00
Cairo, 111.. ......._........... 00 110 00 East Ht.Louis, 111.......... 65 116 00 LaCrosse, Wis............ ...... .......... 'N ewark ..Ohio............... ... ........ Terre Haute, Ind ......- 60 110 00
Columbus, Ky.........._. 55 100 00 Emporia, Kan.............. 1 05 162 00 Lima, Oblo............. ....,, ... ......... Omaha, l'i eb.................. ...... .........1' Toronto, Can................. .. .
Columbus, Ohio............ ... ......... Erie, Pa ........ ...... 66 126 00 Lafayette, Ind. .._...... ... ...N.... Ottawa, Can..... _.......... ...... ........ Topeka, Kan......_........ 95 18 00
Columbus Ga ..-_......... 35 70 00 Fort Wayne, Ind.N.....N ... ......... Lancaster, Ohio........... ... ......... 011 City, PL...__......... 66 126 00, Urbana, Ohio................. ... ..........
CouncIl BIufb, Ia......... ...... ......... Findlay Ohio............. ..... ..... Leavenwortn, Kan ...... ...... ......... Pekln, Ill ..................... ... .........i Wheeling, W.Va........... 66- 12 i 00
ChIcago, 111._............... 65 116 00 'I'Fremont, Ohio ............. ...... ......... Louisville, Ky_.........?. 55 100 00 Pana Ill........................ .. ........1 .Winnipeg, -Ian............ ...... -.......
Chattanooga, Tenn...... 40 80 00 Fort Dodge, Iowa........ 1 18 17000- Little Rock.Ark............ _5,5 120 00 Piqua, Ohio..................... ... ._...... .

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: : rovI- Wasb- Boston
dente Pblladel- Baltiington.: I New PbUadeland
Savan- Charles- New
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Stations of Savannah, Florida do Western Rallway_.,......,?._....................?...N ... .i ... ... I I . . . .
'' 30 30 55 . . .
60 60 .
Jacksonville Callahan, and Live Oak............................................................_ 20 40 25 50' I 30 60I:1 ; .
Gainesville, }1ew ................................. ...N.N....._................. M ((0) 35 70 I 40 80 40 80 40 SO.rr. : 75 :p . . . .
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Landings on Ht. Johns river.................................................._.............................. :10: ro) 35 70'' 40 80 40 80 40 8Orr: 75 ; "
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Stations on Fla. So. Ry north or and including Ocala ................::......................1 3.') 70 40 RO'' 4.'i' 90 4.5 00 4.> 90' 42 &S I .
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Stations on Fla. So Ry south of Ocala ............................................................... :rT 75 42 85'' 47 95 47 95 47 9H 90 .
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Stations on Fla So. Ry., Rt. J. & I:. E. Division...................._.............................. 3'l 75 42 &S' i 47 95 49 95 47 gal I 47 95 1 I .
Landings on Lake Santa Fe......_....................................:.._............_................... ... ... .1 ... ... ... ... ... 1.10..i . . ... i.' .. .. .
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10 1.10 . . .. .
Tampa...................................................:................................................................... 45 90 50 1.00, I 55 1 55 55 11 55 i '-0 ; .. .
Iandingsonl\lanateeRlver.\ ................_................................................ .............. ... ..;... ... ......! I ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... i "." .; .. .. .... .
Stations on J., 8t. A. & H. R. Ry...............................................-........................... ... ... ...' I ...... ... .. I ... ...... ... ......' . . . .. ... .. .. .
.80 . . . .. .. .
Palatka. ................................. ........................................................................... 30 60 35 70 I 40 80 ( 40j 801; 37 75 . .. .
St. Augustine............._.............................._..........................N.................-.......... ... ... ... ." '" ...... .J'j' ...... i. ...... ... ...... . . ... . ... .
< stations on J T. & K. w. Ry ...... ..........................................................._............... ... ... ... ..., ... ... ... .. 1 I ... ...... ... n.... I ., .". .. .. .. .... .. .. . .. .
Landings on bakes Eustis nnd Harr1s....................._.......................................... 42 85 47 9-5 i 52. 100 591125' .,; 52 105 52 1 00 '.' .

Stations on South Florida Railroad I 1, 95 . .... . .. .
FromBelalrtoMcKlnnon.lncluslve.......................... ............_................., ..... 40 SO 4.1) 90 50 100 50'I IfO 50 100 47 .J}. . .
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From Kissimmee to Acton, inclusive_........................... ................. ................. 4.') 90 50 100 ', 55 110 55 1 AO 55 110 52 1 02 15 .1 0.. . t. .. .. .
From Plant City to Or1enta.lnclus .._..._........._.........................._. ..... 50 1 OQ 5.1. 1 10 i 60 I 20 601 120 60i 120 57 I 1 '. '. . 4'. .' .. . .

r .. From Winter Haven to Bartow, in.l usive..............................._..........._......... 55 IJO 60 120,16.51:10, I : 65 130 65f 130 42 62,125, 8.5 . . .. .. .eo. .
Stations on F. R. & N. Co north orand Including Ocala..........................._ 3.5 701 40 80 : 45 90 4.5 9015 90 . .
00 . . . .
oCOcala- .... .......................... 37 75 42 8.5' 95 47 9-S 47 95 41 -
Stations F. R. & N. Co. south ................. ... .. .. .
Stations on Sanford & Indian River R. R.........._............... ............................ ... ...... ... ......1 t 471 ...... ... ... .... ... ...... . . .. .. ..
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic ft. R................................................... ... ...... ... ......1! ............ ... ...... .. ...... .. ...... . i. ....., .' .... ..s.'.:.' ::' (',''. .

Gulf points north Tampa......_......................................................__................... ..... .. .... .. ... ... ..... ... ...... .. .. ...... .. .. .. .., .4. .. \.. .
Gulf points south TampaN.....-...-..-.--...-.....-......-..."..""...."....." ." I "".... "....' ... .....1 ... ...".1. I ..... ..I i I ...... . "" .r :-1"I I

\\ CONNECTIONS.r- The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excesti ol charges.

Double fast service for all points West via Albany Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load Is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 400 Standard Boxes. Excess of inla
,. dally freight Interior an.... .' r- h*> "hR1'''' for nro r, t.A tplmuJ "h+rment. T +r(_tbe in one d. Jp, tlon It,"
Line all Eastern
; Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast to

and Coast points, Including New' York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to Prepayment one consig;:ee.of frelgbt will not be required, but good order and condition of shipments

.,- Providence. understood between the shippers and th*
: It is clearly
; Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving i.avanwill be an absolute requirement. shall attach for loss or damage however
that no responsibility
nah Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies attach solely to the
and that such loss must
Twice week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving I occasioned, unless it be from negligence, be located.
whose line such negligence may
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. company upon faith to connections at those points will not
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampship Co., leaving i The charges advanced by this Line good

Savannah everyThnrsdaya I be subject to correction by andDaCddress of the consignee must be given for Insertion In
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name
I Bill Lading!: and on the Way-bill.

Saturday.Sailing days of Steamships are subject to change. without notice. I! Single No single shipments shipment to taken Western for points leAs than will 11 be to charged Boston at New double York rates., Philadelphia and Baltlmore. -

If shipped beyond,they will be charged In addition the single package rates of con-
tNPOR1iATION: IfOR 8 I-IIPPE lit&- I \\1ecUng lines and cost of transfer.To .

mafcethrough ratty from point tributary; to the above, add th* rates of connecting" I stencils farthej shi ping receipts U and needed Information apply \b furnished Agent or on application to any ot the agents

It In." \ .bate nk. VV lQormattOJl' JAMf.t, I.. l'A n.
TU'b' dimensions! of'iht /1tzrlds. d "0'V.t.abl.>. ." are Otth Ihtasn; and triel.)..IttIII n.. Tr OWEN+ G1s MaDa:!, .sT. L"lrranah. 0-. U9A'l ""lib' tnf w-t'f} fib f 0..,
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British Oolony of Roxburgh. ,


Printing and Publishing House Special inducements offered to genuine settlers, not land speculators. The

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

leading railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville.

Address '


r J nov2tf 39 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.





__ 1t I 9 mu t tI Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange

-o : ==--II I Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee, .

I K BoDi Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands in the State Florida.. Prices
; M SI.:25 to 85 per acre,according to location.For .
ORY -.
further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Hallway Co., Palatka,Fla.
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Chief Clerk,Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager

Jacksonville and Panama Park

R.eaLl :EJs-ta-te EachLnge.CITY : : : .



Bearing Orange Groves,choiceBulldlng? Lots and .good Garden land near the city for sale.
Houses and Truck Gardens for Rent and excellent land in lots of half an acre and upwardsin ,
,- good. location,for sale on monthly payments to patties! who will Improve. '
41"Groves planted and taken care of,houses built and improvements made for non-resi
_. =-- -- dents.
--- :: -95-300,000( Sweet Seedlings and variety of other fruit trees for sale
-- -- ;---.--- *:Money to loan on improved property.
J. S. BELL, Notary Public. .;);:
Office Hours at No. 1 Reed's Block,Bay street,City,from 9 to 11 A.M.
At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p.M. 8ept29-tl
Cor. and Pine Streets
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TRAFFORD, General Manu:.:er,


90,000 Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida I


The Largest and Most Complete Print Two hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius of ten miles. Their high banks
Umbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the
dividing ridge ol the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the Invalid.Its .
ing House in the State. beautiful and diversified scenery,boating, fishing etc., offers the finest opportunity for
people of taste to acquire a lovely wnter 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 cul-
ture of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the fact 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..
wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to improvers or settlers.


the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf land in full view of the
New Type and Improved Machinery. ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange
9 groves,rich bottom land, perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 200
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after
EVERY KIND OF looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church, school, sawmill and requisites
> for a settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North r,

PRINTING RULING AND BINDING. 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 pur-
chasing elsewhere.

full particulars address, %. "".-""
BLOUNT &: WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County, Florida. /
In iny,office only SKILLED WORKMEN\ are employed, guaranteeing G. M. MORRISH, Anclote.Hernando County,Florida.J. "
E. LAMBETH. Gainesville,Alachua County,Florida.nov24lyr .
First-class Work Patrons.
to my A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon Orange County, Florida,or to
E. R. TRAFFOitD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County,Florida. .',
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Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every :,,_
description of Heal Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive ', ;!;'.
Orders for. Engraving: Promptly Executed. Pamphlet and newspaper. '**. .,,:i f
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(Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER
220,000 ACRES TU ESDAY, MAY 4, 1886, Trains will leave E. BEAN
and arrive as follows: ,

SOU'rl1 BOUND. Commission Merchant and Forwarder

SOUTH PLORIDASituated LAIS. I rl'H I ";.,' u>.,., ,,.ri,!j.c:. .c.ti. ,

SO! OI O o Waycross Railroad Wharf Jacksonville Fla.
i C OZI oZz! gz
on each side of the STATIONS.
.-... cdZti Q Q C C)) 'I C 0) ... Branch Packing-House, WnycroMM Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.

I South Florida Railroad and its A < < I Fw
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Bartow Branch i' LeaveAM R.R. Wha .... ......_1., ...". PHAH, ... ..AH.-... And other Fruits and Vegetables,
Sanford....... 0 8 00 _.....1.-.1.-00 8 20 '
In the Counties of !..1Belalr......... 3 810......._ t 57jl0 10 835Longwood. PACKED SHIPPED AND SOLD.
?' .? 10 8 2J: ........,I 5 +, 25 915Altamonte. ,
Oraugc, 12 8 30.._ 5 25110 33 938Maitland. Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.

J ,. _... 15 8 31 ?...._I 5 35110 45 1010
y > Winter Park 18 8 45...._: 55711055 10 30 c-reen.: I..e-rn is
...... 9 15
Brevard,' Orlando. 22 A H 6 ::1l 1135Kissimmee.
401 9 451; 5 20 710'I2' 05 1 15 RIPENED AND PUT IN GOOD MERCHANTABLE SHAPE.

, ""*- .vw Numter, I; I I .t P MiHainesCity Growers': ;upilies.: : :

and Hillsborougli. 611030, 617k., ... ..'......_ _...... Have a full stock of Growers'Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
arrow J'nc 68110 47: 6 31:......-1!......_ 350 Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
iai3OOO Acres ,Auburndale 7210 57' 6 50i.. ..._i..._... 4 15 (Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps,etc., etc.,all of
Lakeland.... 831125: ) 7 50......._,_...... 5 40 the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.
of these are NEWLY acquired l Lands. ,which Plant City.. 9311 J5i 8 ....- ......- 6.35Selfher
\ _.._.? 10312 101 8 20.....__'..._... 7 20 Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car
having been for several yean reserved from Ar Tam pa.. I 12 40+ 9251..J i..._... 800IPM
..1 1151
sale are now offered. IAM I I PHNOUTllr Send for Oirculars and Stencils. sepl4-tf_

These lands comprise all clauses and grades
I :>! :I c:1: -d CALCINED HUMUS!
of South Florida soils. .
High Pine and Oak Wo '0 o o mo
Lands among the Backbone Hills in the famous .... C) 0 C) rz 2Z

Lake and Hill region of t e Peninsula. ti ati ---- -- -
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Lake Views and Lake Fronts large areas of LeavePH PM A H .
; Tam pa.....?.. 0 2 00 ..._... 5 :30 ..._... 6 :30Seffner.
table lands well timbered with Pine,and Oak ..?... 12 2 30..._ 6 05..._ 7 15 FERTILIZER FOR ORANGE TREESIs
Plant City._ 2'2 2 50 ...._ 640..._.. 8 20
undergrowth Low, well-timbered, Pine Lakeland.. _I I 32 315 .._... 7 30 _... 9 35 delivered at nearest Station -
; Auburndalel 43 3 40...._... 800 ..._... 10 2l your ,
Lands Prairie and Marsh Lands set In rich Bartow J'nc47\ 3 55 ........ 818......_ 11 ?5jHainesCity
; M 408 _...... 8 35' PH ..._... .At $20 :Jerron...
native grasses affording good pastures for AAr. L V
Klsslmmee"i 75 500 5 40 930 200 130 a
cattle. Also, Town Lots are offered in the Orlando..._... 93 5 45 6. PM 2 501, 3 20
Winter P'rk 97 5 57 6 50......._ 3 02 350Maitland. Address .
thriving new railroad towns of Kissimmee, _... 100 ij va 6 58........_ 310 410Altamonte. '"V.V.. HICKS
102 6 10 7 10,_...... 3 25 4 :37Longwood. ,
Winter Haven ... 105 6 18 7 20 3 35 515
Bartow, Auburndale, Lake- '''' Fort Mason Fla.
jBelair..112 6 30 7 :38.I"...._ 350 5 40
land,Plant City, Seffner,Mango,Orient and I I Ar. Sanford,115 6 401 7 501......_ -1 OOj 1 555I
R. Wharf.?_ I Ii
r Dade City. i 'Bran ,
Pemberlon Ferry -S.F. It.It.

For further Information apply to Land Department aJ F'RtF'st -------- F'stF's-f i

::'" M'1. Ft. b'TATION8. M'I Ft. :-0
of South Florida Railroad Com- ti 19. 25. 2U. 26. ti Fruit and Southern Produce
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pany,,Sanford,Florida.WALTER P.M. A.H A.H P.M.
o 5.15 3.40 Lv Pembert'n 'ery Ar 9.3 9.1075,
11'' 5.47 4.2.51..0wensboro. ......... 8.58 8.2761
GWYNN, 16 II 5.58 4.55..Dade City 1 _......... S.4S 8.05 59 WATERMELONS PEACHES &c.
General Land 23 6.17 5.25 ........._Richland._......... 8.30 7.25 52 ,
Janl2-tf Agent.W. 43: 7.35 7.15.Lakeland_......... 7.40 5.4532
i 53 8.00 8.00.Plant, City.......... 6.5.1) 4.30 2l
M.LKDWITH. F. C. SOLLEt- 63 8.25 8.55:'............. effner.............. 6.Z' 3.4512 242 South Front St., Philadelphia.
75 8.55 9.50'Arrlve'' _Tampa..Leave 6.00 3.00 0

LEDWITH & SOLLEE, Bartow llraiicli.-Dally. '

DEALERS IN South Bound. North Bound.
Pas. Pas.I 1 Pas.I Pas.

REAL ESTATE, No.15. I&Ftl=q"I :- rATION8. I:ti:"1&Ftl. No.18. REFERENCE are sold.: Our account sales with check on First National Bank,Carnden,N.'J.,soon

as goods
Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, .
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JACKSONVILLE, 'LA.eadquarters.tor 11.10 4.15 0 Lv. Bartow June Ar 3.35
Haines City Property. 11.25 4.35 5 LV.WinterHaven.Ar 1210.251\ 3.20
12.00 5.1517Ar..Barlow_. .Ar 17 9.45! 2.40
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Lakeland Branch.-Dally.

HAINES CITY. South Bound. North Bound.

Pas. Pas.\ Pas.'i Pus.
&frt ,:" STATIONS. I&frt
11. 13. =S I 14. 12. 4 J ,
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OECUllJE TOWN LOT t3.s __ -i-

A M. P.M4! I P.M.IA M.
.' 8.10 7.40 0 Lv... Lakeland ..Arl 7.001 7.20 / /
8.30 8.00 7 Lv..Haskell..Lv!, 6.50 ,
9.00 8.30:{} 14 Ar. .. Bartow .Lv! 6.151\ 6.30
Healthy High Rolling"Land with L .
Sanford and I ndinl1lth'er Uailrond.

Beautiful Lake Fronts. Dally except Sunday. J

'Pas.: Pas. if
L' I f&Kt:; STATIONS. No. a'
I 23. 1 24. ti {
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Thin IK a Rare Opportunity to Purchase \IP.m a.m

o I, 7.40 17
Liottt on the Highest Tract :3 5.171 .......JFort Reed........ 7.23 14
5 5.25k..jRutledge.......... 7.15 12
of Laud in Tropical Florida. 17. I: 6.05J( Ar.........Ovideo.........Iv 6.35' 0
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J Flag Stations. Trains No. 3, 5, !9 and 7
Dally except Sunday. No. 1 and 2 Dally.
Trains,,, No. 4,G, 10 and 8 Daily except Sunday.
Haines City is situated half-way between Train No.3 stops at Lakeland for breakfast.
Sanford and Tampa,and right on the South Trains No. 19 and 20 Dall)'. Trains No.21 and
Florida Railroad. It is situated on the high- 22 Dally except Sunday.
est land in South Florida-rich,rolling andhealthy Connects at Sanford with Sanford and In-
This excellent country lies to the dian River Railroad for Ovideo and points on '
southward of large lakes which protect the Lake Jessup; with the People's Line and 0
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamers C.-B. Hoo R&
fact of the Indians having selected this section Jacksonville and all Intermediate pointson D D. H.OGER
of country as a home demonstrates be- St.Johns River,and with Steamers for In- D. D. ROGERS & CO.
yond a doubt that it is absolutely the richest dian River and Upper St.Johns.At ,
portion; since it is their aim,on account of Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myers DEALERS IN
aversion to labor, to find the most fertile and Bassinger and points on Kissimmee river.
tracts; thus affording large returns from a At Pembertwi, <" with Florida Southern :ME"I": : .A..I: E.:: Dc > F'IN: : cr: ,
very moderate expenditure of labor. Railway for all points North East and West,
Come and see this town before buying elseF.J.HINSON and at Bartow with the Florida+ Southern Corrugated Iron, Fire Proof Iron Shutters, &c.,Metallc BuIldlngJSupplles.

where. Railway for Fort Meade and points South. SlAw Agent for E.Van Noorden &CO'IIl.1ETALIC
Through Tickets sold at all regular stations SHINGLES.
Haines City,Polk County,Fla. points North; East and West. ACJL80lnu.I.K'FiA.
FREDERIC H. RAND 71 West Bay street,J
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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.
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No TraiiHliipment. -S* .*- No Extra 1 1.un(111.11 10(. -its

Cabin Passage, $20 ; Excursion $33.00; Steerage, 812, o S 0 -I
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The superior Iron riiuanislups'}( of this (Company arc appointed to sail from O enC Q4 ; I

Boston 'very Thursday at 3 P. M., aiul from Savannah as follows : O O= ati.

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CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley ...............................................Thursday, April 15! ,at 3:30: ) p. m rscS 11J
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge....-..................................................Thursday, April :tl,at HJ:(}( p. m !flA O
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley......_......._...._.....?................. Thursday, April 2)!), at 2:30: p. m z >>
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge...............................?.............................'fht rsday, May 6,at 7:30 p. m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.............._.............._..............._Thursday, May J3: ,at 2:00 p. m "rio .- ::: r
GATE CITY Hedge.......... .. ...........................................Thursday, May 211),at 7:30; p. m :
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...................-.............................Thursday, May 27, at 1:00 p.m (T1.
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge........ .. ...?..........................................Thursday, June 3, at 6:30: p.m O .
CITY OK MACOi+ 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 IN USE. ,
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.....................:........._.............Thursday, June 24, at 11:00 a. m AR.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-
October ,says
Bills of and Tickets Central Railroad of Savannah, Florida
Through Lading over Georgia "
better results than other used. Send for Pamphlet and full particu-
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 s Island Route.W. lars dec7 t -tf WIGHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER,State Agents."
H. RINi- Nickerson's Wharf, Boston.
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For Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents, Savannah. ,Ga.
-VVIL.L.I.A.J.\l: :: :: [ L. :J3CJFI...!:;,
For Tickets apply to connecting lines.
HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G. S. Agent. (Successor to J. E. Hart,)

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

'rJM'E: :' -FOR- Gr.A..FI.JEJ: : N S EJEIJ: : !3.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' \ i.iI Y NEW YORK Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat, '

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

Guaranteed JR A.nalyslH.

Steamship Company. Comprising ORANGE H P TREE and VEGETABLE

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.) FERTILIZER, PURE GROUND BONE
Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Yore MURIATE OF POTASH'IRADE SULPHATE POTASH,

To or from New York, Cabin, 120; Steerage, 510; Excursion (return ) : NITRATE SODA, KAINIT ETC.
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: ,

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK.NACOOCHKE Prices on application. July 27 tl
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Capt. Kern p ton.......................?..................................}Friday,July 26:00 p. m
TALLAHASSEE, CapU Fisher ._.....?.......................?........._............Sunday,July 4- s.-ooa. m SOOFIELD'S IRON WORKSAdjoining
CITY OF AUGUSTA Capt. Nickerson..........................................Tuesdayluly 6- !>:30a. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, (apt? H. C. Daggett....................................Friday,July 9-12:30)p. mCHATTAHOOCIIEE '
Capt. Catharine...............................................Sunday,July 112:30:: p. m I
NA '(}UClIKli:. Capt. Kempton........._......?.........................?..........Tuesday,July l 13:- 40: p. mTALLAHASSEE Passenger Depot, JUACON, GA. Manufacturers of the old and well knownSOHOFIELD'S
Capt. Fisher/ ........?.....?................. ......................Friday,July 16- :00p. m
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson.............................................Sunday! ,July 187:30 a. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt.. II. C. Daggett.................................Tuesday,July 208:30 a. m PATENTED
(HIATT A 1100CHEli;, Capt. Catherine................................................Friday,July 23-10: )a. rn
NACOOCHEE. CapU Kempton-..........-........?.................................Sunday,July 2>- :30<<>p. m P
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .............?.._.....................Tuesday,July 72W: p. In
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson...........?_... ...._........_............Friday,July 30- 5:00 p. m EMPIRE PREMIUM COTTON PRESSThe

I most substantial best built., and fastest packing COTTON PRESS; on the market. Packs

DESSOUG;;; Capt. Smith.-[These..........Steamers. ..............?do....not..:....carry..........Passengers....._.... ....Sunday] July 4- 8aMa. m by water hand ar, steam horse, Portable and Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers,
DKSSOUO, Capt.Smith_....._................_......_.....__....._.............Wednesday,July 11- 5:00 p. In power. All sizes and styles-I to KM horse power. Shafting, Mill Gear
DESSUOG: Capt. Smith....._...._....._.............._............_..................Saturday,July 21-12.-00 n'n ing and Machinery a spi Pclalt).. Iluncock IIUiliru..orH. the best boiler feeder known *'
DESSOUG, CapU Smith_..._.....................................__...........,Wednesday,August 4- 9:00 a. 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.

HENRY YONGE, Agent, G. M. SORREL Agent, d"
Pier No.35, North River, New York. City Exchange Building Savannah, Ga. ,, >
W. L.JAMES, Agent 13 8.Third Street,Philadelphia.J. :;. .0 .:Pi.< "'
D. HASHAGEN Eastern Agent., Sav., Florida& Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway,N.Y '>
For Tickets apply} to connecting linen. r
H. R. CHRISTIAN. Gen'l Soliciting Agent.
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SHERIDAN'SCONDITION 11 i iq T : T -it{::$;;\,

in POWDER absolutely pure and Printing, Ruling, Binding, etc:$4r 4\

highly; concentrated. -
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1 oanoe!.worth a ll. ; t'
of h.'k'nd. It i.trtetlyamedicine tobe given with food. Nothing on earth Wilt tak.hens lay liko $

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