The Florida dispatch
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Title: The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title: Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Florida Dispatch Line
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1886
Publication Date: -1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower

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A. 11. ITJuuvIlle, E 1tor. I Jacksonville, Fla., Monday, July 12, 1886. f JSe'v *: Vol. 5, No. 28.

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So it may be dug and put away as one : If one is not ready to plant in the past our truck matures but little in

f arm arid C SlTden.AltUOVROOT job, whilst the gathering of cassava is fall cut the wood in lengths of threeor advance of theirs. To remedy this-he

never ending.In four feet and keep by spreading a suggests decreased acreage and in

VS. CASSA Y, my experiments cassava will layer on the ground and covering it creased attention and fertilization.He .

four five times much in with six inches of sand and then
yield or as an- gives an instance where truck
Just now I find there is quite a
boom" for the cultivation of cassava. weight of roots to the acre-as arrow- other layer above that, and so on. At : matured ten days earlier on cow-pen-

While have no hard words or root, yet where land is plenty I con- last let at least one foot of sand or ned land, which received an additional

thoughts against cassava, I wish to sider: the latter preferable.The earth be above any of the wood. When application of commercial fertilizer,

call attention to the arrowroot; equalin larger yield of cassava will re- the wood is thus banked it must be than upon land cow-penned only.

value, if not superior, that is much quire more fertilizers, and there may taken out and planted as early as February Second, thenecessity of lower freightrates.

used for starch making, and may be not be any considerable gain, except I for the buds begin to grow and He does not think we can

readily cultivated in this State. where land is scarce and it is desirableto are easily broken off and the seed ru- afford to pay over one-half the presentrate.

1 have experimented with both, and occupy as l little as possible.By ined. On this account I prefer plant-i He suggests the formation of. a .J

ing in the fall. Vegetable Grower's Association to .
have given the arrowroot the preference weighing the roots grown on a .
for several reasons. small piece of land and calculatingfrom Cassava will also grow from cuttings, bring proper pressure to bear upon

and may be increased by putting them the transportation lines in the matter.
1 will mention some of them. that what an acre would pro- :

The cassava is the tenderest of all duce, I found that the arrowroot out any time during the summer, es- IKISII POTATOES.. 4 i

plants or shrubs I have tried to cultivate yielded eight tons and the cassava pecially in the rainy season. Another Letter ..
from Mr. Goodrich. i
The limbs in
and it is quite difficult to keep forty tons, to the acre. newly-grown cut Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH j!
of six inches take j
lengths readily root '
the seed. I do not suppose any one will raise Judge Knapp recommends muck
and greatly increase the] stock of seed
Arrowroot appears to be perfectly that much on an acre, and yet I see no composted with stable manure as the
wood. The root of such will not
hardy, will grow without cultivation, reason why they might no't. best fertilizer for Irish potatoes. In
much the first ,
and the trouble is you will not lose the My\ land on which that quantitygrew amount to year. my opinion, and from the experience
I would four six
plant cassava by
seed. But it can be easily killed out was no richer than most that I of those who have tried it around here, ;
feet and cultivate clean.
in one season if all that grows is destroyed now cultivate.I apart this will not do, especially applied j
The ground can hardly be made too i
as it comes up. would plant the arrowroot in rows at the time of planting or soon before.
rich for either of these roots, and with- i
While cassava may agree well with four feet apart, and about a foot apartin In my field there was a place enriched 1
soil anI culture
out good good they
cattle and hogs, I found it did not the rows. with stable manure, where somo old >,|
as well be left alone.It .
agree with my horse, and after eatingit The root can easily be broken into may cold frames were made one year ago, ,
is mistake that
a pine
few times she refused it unless of the any poor rodi.
a pieces right length.I occupying probably three square ;!
land will of
a good cassava,
starved to it. suppose it would grow if only one as I sometimes grow read. crop The rows of potatoes I planted last ,

On the contrary, arrowroot was al. eye is left on each piece, but two or winter ran across this rich piece of
1 have seen it growing where it did
ways relished, and I fed over forty three may be better. It can be plantedany ground, and were fertilized the same
not obtain a height of two feet in two 1
bushels one winter and spring, and time from November to June, and there as elsewhere.] The yield here
While in good soil with good
and found it a healthy and nutritious will do well. years. was very good indeed, equal to one
culture it will ten feet high in
The cultivation is merely to keep grow hundred bushels to the acre, and of
food.Cassava one season, and make roots that will
if dug and exposed to the the ground mellow and free from other good size, while the rest of the ,field
from fifteen
weigh to twenty pounds
air will keep from spoiling only a few growths. from each plant. N. W. did not yield over twenty bushels to

days. It soon sours and moulds, and Cassava had better be planted in -.. the acre. I believe, therefore, if the a

is good for nothing. So it must be the fall as soon as the wood is done Transportation for Truck. truck farmer or gardener. on high pine

dug as used or it spoils. growing, as the slightest frost will kill Mr. L. D. Geiger,of Marion county, land should broadcast a compost of

Arrowroot may be dug at any time, the bark and buds. says the disastrous experience of the muck and stable manure at the rate of

and will keep by the year, and may be: I would cut the wood in length oi vegetable growers in his section this one or two hundred loads to the acre,

exposed to rain and sunshine with from four to six inches. spring has clearly demonstrated two and plow it under one year before J

very little harm. Piled away in one I It may be planted, if in the fall, six things. Frst, that Florida must mar- planting, and then use commercial 1

corner of the barn or banked as sweet; inches deep. If in the spring, not ket her truck before Georgia or Vir fertilizer, when putting in bit crop, he i

potatoes are,. it i i. safe for any time more than four Inches ginia. With cold wet springs like the could be assured of a very fair and ..,..t


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profitable yield, and rould make and has been known to yield as muchas mistaken notion of home perfection. When the mercury descends to

money raising vegetables on high pine seven tons to the acre. The grassis Savannah News. twenty-five degrees, oranges on the

i land even. Successive crops of cow fattening and nutritious, and the hayis 4 trees begin to suffer appreciably and
i, Summer GardenlkAs !
1ae? turned under might answer, but sweet, tender, and preferred by unless a speedy rise occurs, the juice
usual winds
an thing July
if.he is not already located on pine stock to most other grasses. up will evaporate more or less.
the truck, excepting possibly a little
I land, my advice to him is, if he comes --.... Twenty degrees was the lowest
//tf" okra, or a few cow 1 he next
Alfalfa peas.
to"Florida to raise vegetables,to select point reached here, and for four days
EDITOR OF THE FLORIDA DISPATCH: three months, when these esculents.
hammock land by all means, if he expcts the temperature never rose above
I I"* I send you today one stalk of Al- would be most appreciated, there is
succeed better than this thirty-four degrees, and the groundwas
to or, ,
falfa Clover of which I have read
so dearth throughout the land, and the
i islhe;: reclaimed lands of the Okeecho- much. This was planted last Novem- continuously frozen. Our orange
force short
people, are placed on
bee} Drainage Co. On that alluvial ber, and on account of drought died per trees being in a. very dormant state,
soil a man can make a fortune raising out so badly that it was replanted in commons. It seems to us, this starva- from continuous cool weather preced-

cabbage and other truck, while he January. I think it may be possible, tion period might be avoided. With ing, pulled through, and, with but few
that and sub-irrigation don't apply water to the
by fertilizing highly, irrigation ;
might starve to death on high pine exceptions, are now budding out to
we raise three to four tons
may surface in midsummer, it won't do any
, land. the ends of the branches. Lemon
claim for it in Cali-
acre, as they
per I
good, but introduce it from beneath-
fornia. But we want to know the best trees are somewhat more damaged ;
Para Grass. forage plant we can possibly obtain for and with a slight movable shade for there is some bloom showing, but the
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Florida. That induces the sending of the middle of the day, ve believe manyof
will be
Where can the roots or runners of coming crop probably light.
sample stalk and this letter of most esteemed
inquiry. our
Para grass be had? Please write us The history of Florida records several
Unless the Alfalfa does better than it
be here the
through summer.
article this Tell of the grown
an on grass. us occasions when a temperature equallylow
1 shall
now promises
kind of land best adapted to its culture depend upon .. ..
corn fodder, (my stand-by for forage, was reached, but none when it
its and qualities etc. Cotton.
hay grazing ,
for the last thirty years), and cured lasted more than half as long.In .
J. L. EIUEUX. Two hundred and fifty thousandacres
Lakeland,Fla.,June 29,1886. pea vines.. What can we get that is Florida many varieties of or-
better ? C. B. M. more cotton this year than last,
This grass (panicum molJe) is a native June 29, 1886.Alfalfa an increase of If per cent., nearly all 'anges are cultivated, some ripening

of the warmer parts of America, does not seem adapted to the in the south-west. This means full early in October, and others not

Asia and Africa. It was introducedinto conditions of soil and climate here, although supply, light demand and low prices. reaching perfection till the following

Florida some ten years ago by it 'will grow quite well on moist, There is no increase in the eastern cot- spring. But most of the fruit is un-

Colonel Codrington, editor of the rich land. It is being tried in several ton States, planters here are beginningto ripe and disagreeably tart at the holi-

Florida AgricuHurift t, who brought it there is in days, and does not become really good
sections of the State, and we trust our see that no money cotton
) Jamaica. The Jamaicans hadit till the last cl January. By the first
readers will favor us with the resultsof except as a surplus crop in connectionwith

from the Province of Para, Brazil, their experiments. For hay on low diversified farming. When thisis of December shipments have scarcely

whence its It is largely cultivatedin begun, and on .January 9th, when the
name. land, Para grass is unexcelled. We realized throughout the entire Cot-

?\ for hay and pasture. In gave in a recent issue an authenticated ton Belt, our farmers will get more for big freeze struck us, probably not
more than a third had }been sent to.
Florida its merits were not recognizedfor account of a cutting of seven tons the cotton crop from a reduced area,

some years, and it is but recently last season from a single acre in our and it will represent a net profit rather market. So far from the supply run-

... that general attention has been called correspondent's section. Para grass than a gross return, as at present. ning out in February, fruit goes forward -
,'- to its value and forage in immense quantities all through
as a pasture also does well on upland] if enrichedand
plant for this! State. Many have hesitated carefully prepared. Crab grass March and April, and usually windsup

to plant it on their grounds makes good hay. Pearl Millet growsto (C rote arid Orchard in May. In February and Marchit

fearing lest it become a nuisance. Itt perfection ; it should be planted in reaches the height of perfection, and
is however eradicated from the average orange then is as far removed -
t easily drills in rich soil and cultivated ; it
Orange Growing In Florida. from December fruit in flavoras
land that is dry enough for tillage. makes excellent hay or can be fed

In its general structure and habit it green ; it can be cut continuously The statements concerning the a ladies' sweeting from a crab apple.In .
industry in Florida, which order to extend the season and
resembles with the differ- orange appear
sugar cane, through the season. Kaffir corn, whichis
from time to time in of regulate the supply, have
ence of a stalk vastly more slender on the same order as Pearll\Iillet, papers growers
and hollow instead of being filled with is highly recommended. In raisingcorn the Pacific slope are so often incorrectand lately turned their attention more to

The stalk is four misleading that a few remarks the propagation of early and late va-
pith. jointed every the fodder is a valuable adjunct,
' or six inches, and nt each joint is a and cow peas will always be a "stand from a Florida grower of nearly rieties, and the California growers who
years' experience not be think that after March they will have
bud and a narrow slender leaf. Before by" for forage in the South. twenty may
the stalks grow long enough to unworthy of consideration. We read a monopoly in the Eastern markets,

become hard and woody they are Changing Seed. in the Sacramento Bee that "the will do well to consider that a varietysent

eagerly crunched up by cattle, and It may be very well to argue that bulk of the Florida orange crop is out by Mr. Rivers, of England,

although containing abundance of, there is no advantage in changing or usually marketed about December 1st, under the name of "Brown," but

juice, they are not so over succulentas procuring seeds from foreign localitiesif but that this season much fruit was known in Florida as Hart's Late or

to cause the bloat or hoven, which the kind of seeds not thus improvingthe left on the trees to ripen and Jack Tardiff, is now being planted by

\ often results from a lush growth of crops are designated ; but experience Frost captured it. When the Florida thousands. This is first class fruit

corn or clover. Although living and has abundantly proved in Southern crop escapes fieezing the supply i that does not reach perfection till

growing anywhere, it seems to prefer Georgia that, other things being usually runs out in February." May, and will hang throughout the

low wet land. Every eye will take equal,several kinds of seeds from a more A freeze of such intensity and dura- summer without deterioration ; so that,

root, and a good way to plant is to northern latitude make better crops tion as we have lately experiencedhas within a brief period, Florida oranges

drop sections of the stem six or eight than the home-raised seed. Among not before occurred in fifty years. will be in market all the year.

inches long in shallow furrows and these, and the most notable, are corn, In the freezes of '57, '68, 70 and '80 When we think of the countless

.; cover lightly as in planting sugar cabbages and cantelopes. The writer fruit was much injured in this place, number of trees being set out in Flor-

cane. While it does best on low landit has seen the difference so marked as to but not entirely spoiled. There are ida, and the all-absorbing energy with

will grow on dry upland if the soil be astonishing, because it could be accounted trees in more exposed places that which the business is prosecuted, one

is properly prepared and enriched, lor in on other way than the have suffered injury oftener,and again is bewildered in endeavoring to esti-

and will make a fine lawn if closely use of foreign seeds, The same fertilizing there are immense numbers of trees mate the probable out-put of a few

shaven. It is essentially a pasture and cultivation were used for further south and along Indian river, years hence. In ten years the exportof

} grass, but on rich soil is a fine hay- both. Farmers should certainly raise where no one can recollect any injuryto fruit has grown from thirty thou-

producing plant. It can be cut from their own seeds and put all to the test; fruit before, and where the loss this sand boxes to a million, and the future -

i three to four times during the season,I but facts must not be ignored upon ,a year was very slight. increase will, if no unforeseens



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drawbacks occur, he in a far more Florida lemons formerly bore a i The gas, however, evaporates, and it ously than bearing wood, but do

'rapid ratio. bad reputation, and were difficult to will undoubtedly require frequent applications not seem to develop fruit buds. Some

Florida growers are certainly aim dispose of, but since care has been i to effect a cure. prolific varieties of apples and pears

ing soon to amply supply all the mar- I taken to grow the best Sicily stock, The twigs of orange sent by your have been entirely run out at the

kets east of the Mississippi, and those they have occupied a front seat, and correspondent are infested with the North by this continued propagationfrom

west also, as far as California and the in Northern markets now sell more common turtle-back scale, Lecanium "water sprouts," becoming such

railroad lines will let them. Not satisfied readily, and at higher prices :than the hesperidum, but the lice have all been I shy bearers as to be practically worth

with this they are, like Alexander best imported. Gen. Sanford ex- destroyed by parasites, and the bark' less. These shoots are a great tempta-

. looking out for more worlds to hibited samples procured from his is covered with the webs of the scale- tion to the nurseryman, as they "take"

conquer. Last winter a few experi- groves in Florida to the lemon growersof eating Dakruma (Dakruma coccidivora more readily than matured wood, and

mental shipments were made to Eng Nice and Mentone, who were forci- com.) The caterpillars of this the tree-buying public, regardless of

land. Early shipped medium fruit bly impressed, and conceded with ex- little friend of the orange grower hav- its own interests, demands cheap trees.

brought there $3 per box, and later on pressions of surprise, their superiorityto ing eaten up all the living bark-lice, We would suggest in the case of the

some very fine and well ripened sold the European product.The have made their cocoons on the LeConte, that the vigorous trees from

for $8.Its above observations are not branches, and transformed to moths.If these cuttings could be much more

easy accessibility to the immense written from any spirit of rivalry, but vour correspondent is expendingany profitably utilized as stocks upon

markets of the East and Europe is of simply that the California people may' efforts in destroying this insect, which to work bearing wood, thus

no small assistance to Florida in dis- know the state of the orange outlook he is doing himself an injury. For a securing an early bearing tree on a

posing of her fruit, particularly when h re.Vith their immense resources full discussion of this subject, I must vigorous root.
its superior quality is considered. Our and possibilities in many kinds of fruit refer him to page 76 of the Report on The New (1)) Insect.

Consul at Messina\ reports that in con- -apples, pears, grapes, peaches, Insects Affecting the Orange. It seems that the so-called new insect -

sequence of low prices and the ever- cherries, currants, gooseberries, and Very truly yours, which ravaged the groves in some

increasing supply of first quality oranges others-which either cannot be grownat HENRY G. HUIJBARD. sections so severely after the recent -

from Florida, vineyards are taking all, or with only partial success, and Crescent City, Kla.,July C) 4 1th. freeze, is not new after all. Mr.

the ,place of orange groves in Sic- in limited variety in Florida,they are The Itidwell Tench. Lyman Phelps, of Sanford, reports

ily. too generous, I am sure, to envy Florida Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: having seen them in the groves of

The soil and climate of Florida are the reputation justly acquired for The State press i b being extensively Orange county as early as 1875, and

admirably adapted to the citrus tribe. her really superior citrus products.E. .- "worked" in the interest of this peach.Is says that they have occasionally at-

\'\'herever seed is dropped in the forests H. Hart, in Rural Californian Jor it u "boom" to sell stock, or does it tacked unhealthy trees, though the
.. herald an acquisition? I find nowherea
young trees spring up and grow July. done has been
.-... careful description, a specific accountof damage slight previousto
with the vigor of natives. Foreignsorts its merits, or a comparison with this year. Fortunately the summer
budded into our trees are oftenso other varieties. What are its advantages rains and the returning vigor of the

much improved as to be scarcely Mr. Ilubbard Replies to Our Jlo'ckledge* over the Peen-to and other sorts trees have stopped the ravages of this
recognizable. We know that California Correspondent. in earliness, quality, prolificness, etc.?
fruit is excellent but it cannot pest.Wm. -
I send you by tu dafs mail two think it safe to say, from the H. Ashraead,3the well known
surpass, if it can equal, that of Florida. limbs from an orange tree near the entomologist of this city, identifies this
learn that the Bidwell is
reports we a
Year before last, in April, a young centre of an eighteen-acre grove, seta insect as Tetranydeuz e arium (not
good peach. We wish, however, that .
last ,
who Califor- February. will --
man was immigrating to year ago
tetanus well known in
) a depredator
Mr. Bidwell would favor with .
find a portion of each limb covered us a
nia, after helping me gather my crop, the South of Europe, but hitherto un-
with insects. I have ]
occasionally more specific statement as to itsfrela-;
took along specimens to decide the found similar ones in ray old grove. I tive merits. We notice that Mr. Pel- known in this country. He suggests
question. It was hardly a fair trial, would like to know what they are, andif that it may have been brought to
ton of Lake Helen and others have
for our fruit was declining in flavor, i injurious to the trees. The tree Florida with the trees imported from
while that of the Pdcific Coast was at upon which these were found is perfectly brought forward seedling Peen-to's, the shores the Medeterranean
of. by
healthy, as you will seep from the for which superior excellence is
its best. He had them tested along-
Gen. Sanford since.
limbs and leaves which the insects some years
upon claimed. We should like to hear from
side of the best native in thecan
product ..
are. Where could they have -
n these gentlemen. Where is our Fruit
Francisco markets, and reportedthat ( originated, being upon a healthy Olive Cuttings .
Grower's Association? In
dealers were astonished at the dif young tree, and no others near that classifyingthese An experienced propagator in Cali-
are at all affected? I also enclose fruits it would have a sphere of
ference, and that since leaving Florida a fornia says : "I have ""Planted olive

j J he had lost his relish for oranges. piece of bark, from a twelveyearoldtree usefulness.---..- cuttings every year since 1870. I
that I fear is what I read of as
The excellence of Northern Califor- "foot-rot." You observe an exudation LeConte Pear. began with cuttings three feet long,

nia fruit, as lately shown in the Sacra- upon the bark, as though an insect An orchard of one hundred trees at and finding no signs of growth at the

mento citrus fair, and its earliness, had probed it ; the sap exuded, and Sorrento has set new fruit this season. proper time, dug up, threw up, and
would seem to prove what has often dried on the outside, while it became The trees are five or six inches in sawed about one-third of the length
colored and vitiated and of it
heen claimed here-that near its part diameter, and have blossomed for two from the top end, which had become
congealed on the inside of the bark,
Northern limit you get the finest between it and the wood. Where-does years past without setting fruit. This dry, and about the same from the

orange.In this disease originate? What cause? tree grows vigorously in South Florida bottom, which had rotted, and plantedthe

Florida the citrus trees have And, a remedyr if you please. -could not do better-but the question balance all under ground, and got
hitherto suffered but little from diseaseor ROCKLEDGE. has been as to their fruit-bearing I good trees. I have tried all lengthsfor
Indian River,June 21th.
insects. We have had several qualities in this section. We see no cuttings, from three feet down to

kinds of scale, but their damage was Editor of FLORIDA DISPATCH: reason way they should not bear as ten inches: and would rather have

temporary,and as soon as their natural In reply to your Rockledge correspondent well here as in North Florida or Geor- them eight inches long than increasedto

enemies-the lady bug, or coccinella, the piece of bark sent shows gia. The trees naturally do not bear twelve inches, but prefer ten inches.

the ichneumon fly and others-in- unmistakable evidence of "foot rot." until they attain considerable size and For starting in nursery I plant the .

creased sufficiently to keep them in There is no insect at the bottom of age. Possibly the bearing age is retarded cuttings with their tops an inch or two

check, they cause us but little annoy- this affection. The earth should be and their prolificness lessenedby out of the top of the ground, ,and

ance. I do not think I have had oc- removed from the crowns of the diseased the use of woody sprouts, rather about thirty inches between the rows.

casion to wash or spray a tree for a trunks, and applications madeof than bearing twigs for cuttings, (this The earth thrown up in making the

dozen years. The tropical showers of aulphurous acid very much diluted pear is propagated exclusively trenches for irrigation will cover the

our summers are probably less favora- with water. A satisfactory solution from cuttings, and is valueless tops. For orchard planting make a

ble to the spread of scale insects than of sulphurous acid may be obtained by in Florida except on its own basin about two feet in diameter, and

the dry.weather of the .Pacific slope. boiling together lime and sulphur. roots). These shoots grow more vigor- say three inches deep, with cuttings in





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the centre, and about level with the Where it is given the ground, and them to friends in Philadelphia. I could be brought to bear in inducing

bottom of the basin, covering the top other, things kept out, the fruit is made my first shipment to Mr. Pillow, the; most expeditious service at the
lowest from the railroadsand
three or four inches with earth, and abundant, and superior to that grown in Jacksonville, February 24th, for possible rates business
companies doing
three or four irrigations during the among trees and bushes. which I received $1 per quart. I con- within express our limits. Under the auspices

summer, with the earth finely' pulverized The method of culture to improvethe tinued to ship to Mr. Pillow until I and direction of this county society

after each irrigation. There is fruit and secure the best returns March\ 19th; then I began shippingin horticultural and agricultural fairs

no reason why at least ninety E ier j, cent should be as follows : the Petersburgh ventilator crate to could be more readily fostered, fath-
ered and sustained. The earnest
should not grow. Pack the earth very Select the best growing plants that Pancoast & Griffith, of Philadelphia, of the people of* this cooperation -

closely by tramping it with the feet produce the largest berries. Set themin and got as high as $2 per quart re- county, and it might and should be

while being filled in around the cut rows, north and south, six feet turns on a crate of sixty four quarts, extended to all the counties of South

tings, beginning at the bottom and apart, and from four to six feet apartin net $111.30, which would make all Florida, will do for) us what the Florida -

continue to the top. I think there is the row. They can be allowed to expenses but little over twenty-six Fruit Exchange was organized to
do-work out solution of the profit-
danger in planting cuttings in nursery grow at will the first year. cents per quart, of which twenty cents able handling a and selling of our pro-

by simply making a hole with an iron Only keep down all weeds and grass, was for commissions."I duce in oranges and vegetables.This .

bar, as there is likely to be a vacant and do not allow the branches or run- have shipped 1,600 quarts to
is a move in the right direc-
space pressing the railh IL;;ainst; the ners to root. foreign markets and sold otherwiseover
tion. Allow us to add to Mr. Rumph'sscheme
last one in making the opening for the Set good substantial stakes six feet 500 quarts. I estimate that for
a live State organization. Units -
next ; by this method the earth is high to each plant. home consumption and rotted on the auspices we should have periodical

closed closely around the cutting from Then tie not more than four of the ground, at least 300 quarts were used
exhibits of our agricultural, horticultural -
_ top to bottom.' Cuttings well plantedand i main runners to the top and middle of up, making the total product of my I: and floricultural products, and a
well taken care of should bear the stake. Cut all other branches three-fifths of an acre amount to 2,400
State Fair in lieu of the present an-
fruit enough the fourth year to pAy away. quarts. I have received to date in
nual horse race. We need a catalogueof
for the cultivation. Many\ trees will This is the position of the branches net returns, something over $700. I
our fruits revised yearly. Our
bear the third year, and I never_ did fruiting. Allow four new branchesthe spent about $200 on the patch beforeit transportation and marketing interests

see a well-cared-for tree that did not second year to start and run on produced anything. I was not a
should be looked after, and a bureaufor
bear some fruit the fourth year. Trees the ground until the fruit is gatheredon citizen of Florida at the time, and had
; the introduction and disseminationof
transplanted from nursery at two years the branches tied to the stake. contracted for it to be set out, fertilized -
exotic seeds and plants would be of
old will seldom bear the followingyear One or two weeks after the fruit., is and attended to before I came
great benefit to the State. An organi-
but should bear well the second gathered cut the .old branches away, down in November. I spent about i
zation of this kind would have a wide
year. I have helped to pick eleven and tie up the new ones in their place. $110 for picking and packing, havingto field of usefulness, and might becomean

gallons of fruit from a fouryearoldtree : Cut off the ends of the branches when pay as high as 21 cents per quart important factor in the development -

which had no extra pains taken they reach the top of the stake, and for picking alone. I have never beenengaged of the State.

with it. The most I have picked froma do not allow side branches to grow in any business of the kind

three-year-old tree was three gallons.I more than a foot long. before I came here from Butler, Indiana <<

think there is no other tree so tena- Keep the ground well cultivatedand where I was employed by the Beautify the Highways.

cious of life as the olive, or which' will clear of all sprouts and branches I[. and W. Railroad Company. I It has been suggested that inasmuchas

't..; ', cultivation with between the hills. the Florida the Bermuda finely in
respond to good so that may come up grew Improved Seedling, grass grows
valuable a crop on a given area. By this method of culture you will and am so well pleased with this year's this soil, that during the rainy season
of the year the citizens will find it to
soon see the difference between care experience that I shall engage more
add much to the appearance of the
and neglect. N. W. largely in the culture next year. I highways if they will scatter a few

gmall fruits: Profits of Strawberries. expect to sell several hundred dollars handfuls of this grass along the
borders of the roads. It will make a
worth of plants-have already booked
Mr. Marsh, of Orlando, gives the
fine lawn if
very grass properly at-
orders for over 100,000 plants.
Dewberry. following: "From a piece of ground tended to. To beautify end adorn our

The dewberry Rebus Trivia thirty feet wide and eighty feet long, I city and country ought to be the aim

differs from the blackberry R. billosus, gathered 533 quarts. I sold 384 of every citizen who is interested in

in that the branch is so slender it can- quarts, realizing for them $112.15.We FIOJfidian: a. the welfare of Orlando. Then let
this the
not support itself, but is of a trailingor used and gave away to our neigh. everyone sow grass along
road in front of his house, in his lawn
creeping habit. There are a num- bors 150 quarts, and took from the Orange Organizes. and in his back yard, and the result

" ber of varieties of the dewberry, but patch sixty dollars worth of plants. I Sanford and Orlando have recently will be that the eyes of strangers will

the trivial is the common variety set them out in September; began organized agricultural societies, and rest upon a beautiful green sward

growing here in Florida.' marketing my crop the 25th of February now Altoona comes forward with the hot along barren our sand.Reporter.highways, instead of dry,

It blooms in February and March\ following, and sold the last the Altoona Horticultural and Agricultural ,

and ripens its fruit mostly in April: 13th day day of June. I set out Society. After making this an- The Reporter is right. Nothing

Hence it is the earliest of all our wild 1,500 plants." nouncement in the Sanford Journal, i will add more to the attractiveness of

berries. The quality of the fruit is and urging the formation of similar our streets, public squares and country

excellent ; far superior to the wild H. E. Stannard, of Panasoffkee, local societies from which delegates roads than the planting of grass and

blackberry, which it closely resemblesin says: "I have three-fifths of an acre I should be elected to organize a county shade trees. Even in our city yards

form and color. in strawberries on which I have society, Mr.\ Geo. B. Rumph says: and country grounds green grass.
planted 14,000 plants-nine inches would be far attractive than
It freely in old neglected more
grows There is the greatest need of relia-
fields, especially on hammock lands. apart in rows nine inches apart, with ble information to newcomers, and old shrubberies, flower, and bare sand so

So far as I know there is always founda a three feet alley or walk between settlers as well, about what to plant, often seen. Have a garden for the

ready market for all that is offered every four rows. The land is scrubon and how to secure best results. From flowers, but devote the door-yard to

for sale of this fruit. the edge of a hammock near the the individual experience of members, grass; have a lawn about the house;
a bureau of information might be or
It may be more acid than the culti-- shore of the Pauasoff lake. The ganized. We are imposed upon by' nothing is more pleasing to the eye in

vated blackberry when fully ripe, and land is of medium. quality naturally. untrustworthy commission men every this tropical clime than a cool, refreshing -

it certainly is not near as bitter. I I used fish and potash for ma-iure at year. Let each club publish the facts green sward. We would

have only seen it growing in a wild I the rate of about eight hundred regarding the sale of their produce by suggest St. Augustine instead of Ber-

and neglected state here in Florida* pounds per acre or five hundred commission houses, so that honest com- muda as easier to confine within
mission men profit thereby, and
but it is a fruit worthy of better treat- pounds on my patch. I gathered the frauds and rascals may given the go by. bounds, and having the desirable

y ment, and would, no doubt, pay for first ripe berries on February 2d and Such exposure alone] is worth the cost quality of thriving under the shade of

culture and care. sold them here to parties who sent of our efforts. Then our united efforts trees as well as in the sunlight.-ED.II' .

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STATE ITEMS. to three feet high, and promise some' acre. Jefferson is one of the richest I ALACIIUA TUUCKEKS.

fruit this fall.Pineapples. landed counties of the State, but our TTe Industry Depressed Exorbitant
"Flat woods" full of water.
were much injured by. climate and hammock lands will quad Freight; Rate Poor Service-
High Wages.
Tallahassee has a prune tree. the cold; it will be two years before a ruple her profits. Rev. James H. :
of the Arredondo
a meeting
Fine apples are raised at Waldo. full crop is.made. White, of "Island Home," (Merritt Growers' Association "
"Vegetable ,
"Champion" grapes ripe at Lake Orange groves in the hammock that Island pine land,) claims a profit of
3d consider the
held on July to : pre-
City. were clean two weeks ago are now from four to six hundred dollars per
sent depression of this industry, and to
Abundant rainfall throughout the covered withgrass and weeds four to acre from pineapples. Mr. Baugh, of
devise a remedy therefor, the follow
State. eight inches high. Orange trees are "Indian River Narrows," claims fourto
resolutions introduced
ing were :
bits of tomatoes shipped from "as green as a leek," and fruit'grow- six hundred dollars an Here from Resolved, That the business of vege-

Micanopy. itfg rapidly. Lemon trees that were. his banannas. He is from Southern table growing cannot be successfully

Watermelons and peaches plentifuland apparently not touched by the cold, California, and says : "Florida is far \ continued unless a radical change is

from some cause, are taking on but ahead of California, as a home and for I effected by transportation companiesboth
cheap. to rates and the and
as manner
little fruit. Fine health making Florida is destined
very money.
Bunch are coming in-beau time taken in delivering the same in
tiful but sour.grapes breezy, pleasant weather, few mos- to rank as she deserves, Queen of the the various markets.

quitoes, and good will toward all man- States,and the great Indian river, truly Resolved, That transportation com-

Oats .sixty-nine inches long-how kind. "RoCK LEDGE" the Queen of rivers. With her coast, panies neglecting to deliver vegetablesin

is that for Levy? June 26,1886. climate, and fertile hammocks, it will good order on account of excessive

.. time; being taken are liable paid shouldbe
is shipping thirty-eight car rank as one of the leading points of
required to full to
loads of melons daily. Florida. The completion of the railway i shippers.

Eucalyptus (blue gum) in bloom at Jefferson vs. Brevard. to Rockledge, and the Coast ca- I Resolved, That a committee of two

Melbourne, Indian river. It's a bright idea in the mind of the nal from Jupiter to St. Augustine by be added to the Gainesville committeeon

Jefferson Constitution, "that Johnson I December, will rank Indian River Transportation to act in conjunction -
Five hundred bunches on two Del-
with them, whose duty it shall be
should have sold the entire tract of the first. Yours
vines at Disston country ,
aware grape City. to learn to what extent Transportation -
hundreds of of land all he had PLANTER.June .
Protected cocoanuts, unhurt and acres companies are willing to cooperate -
to make.a start to induce capitalists to 24, 1886. with us, and if they regard the
frozen ones sprouting on the Manatee. ..
invest in that county." The facts business of sufficient importance to do
Score One More for
Orange County.
There is an apple tree in Hills- our work as our experience has demonstrated -
are : Fort Mason forward with
borough county that bears full every now comes necessary to success, and
1. It is a very difficult matter to the Farmers' and Stock
Orange County report progress from time as may be

year.Large control a cotton plantation with freed Raisers' Association. From the man- called for by this organization and at

crops of corn, potatoes, peas labor, so as to make anything. ifesto they issue it would seem they a convention to be called at Gaines-

and some cotton and sugar in Sumter 2. A continued source of annoyanceto have made with the ville by said committee, provided it
common cause
shall for the welfare of
this appear vege-
year. attend the calls and bickerings of Florida scrub cow against those mod- table

An extensive creamery at Talla- the negroes on the place. ern inovations-the iron horse and the Resolved growers., That Vegetable Growersat

hassee is talked of-a move in the right 3. The very low price of cotton wire fence. Gentlemen, you must' every shipping point in the State of

direction.A leaves no profit to the planter. broaden your views, or pushed: onward Florida be and are hereby invited and

cargo of cattle from Tampa to As compared with South and East by the march of progress you will find urged to call a meeting and pass such
resolutions themselves
Cuba to the of this Florida the real difference is the cli as may suggest
points reopening yourselves a decade ht nce at lands end touching vegetable growing and trans- ..

- lucrative trade. mate. It takes one hundred and fifty herding the last remnant of the race portation of the same and forward to ,\

acres in cotton to make as much net the oi this at Arre-
Eight thousand packages vegeta- whose cause you espouse, and still sub- secretary meeting
profit as one acre of oranges in full doiido to t e end and for the purposeof
bles shipped from Arredondo last two sisting on bacon and "sweetenedwater
bearing. There are single trees that aiding the committee on transpor-
while but
weeks in June.
a usurping progres-
tation to form an opinion as to the ad-
I pay forty sixty and one hundred dol- revels in beef and butter
sive brother
Peen-tos and Honeys are gone, but visability of a general convention and I

there is still a large crop of native lars a crop. Joseph Paxton, of Rock- and milk from his green pastures that other matters.

ledge realized over $1,200 an acre for Resolved That it
peaches to be gathered. cover the range once sacredly dedicated we regard as a
his two David Stew- duty of the Florida Kailway: and
crop years ago. to wire-grass and the scrub cow. I
Leon comes forward with a four- art has sold his crop from fifty-seven .... Navigation Company to send, at an ;
teen-inch tomato weighing 1} poundsa Tobacco Growing. early day, their Claim Agent to Arre-
trees, three-fourths of an acre, at $1-
smooth fine to the with dondo to examine and adjust all law-
specimen. Referring experiments
500 to $1,700 for the last eight and ful and just claims then and there

General complaint by truck farm- ten years, as it hung on the trees. tobacco the past season in Leon presented by citizens and shippers at

ers on the F. R. and N. road of bad Then we of Indian River commence county, the Floridian says. "Those Arredondo and Hammock Ridge, and

handling and imperfect connections. gardening in September and October, who have this season experimentedwith that said agent give at least ten days'
tobacco in the Tallahassee notice, that the people be
may pre-
Many\ mangoes cut by the freeze on and frequently ship vegetables through
well with pared to properly present their claims.
Indian river and the Gulf coast are January and February, when in Jefferson country are very pleased Resolved, That a committe of ten
results. We understand that
sprouting, others are stone dead. they are planting seed. Our crop Northern tobacco one gentleman vegetable growers, be appointed, whose

sells at four to six dollars a crate a grower, duty it shall be to establish labor ratesat
In Madison county "the crops are up who prepared the ground himself,
prices to correspond to the
is in to May when we shipping and the seed out the
grand, corn unrrecedentedlyfine stop planted put plants, sities of the times, and to establish

condition, and cotton fruiting leave Jefferson to sell her crop at from cultivated the crop, cut the tobacco, such other regulations as it may in its

rapidly. one and one-half to two and one-half and is now watching it through the wisdom regard necessary and submit
has written to his
dollars per box. curing process, the same for ratification at our next
friends North to sell out, and come to
Notes from "llockledge.'* An ordinary family can of them Leon county and engage in tobacco meeting.

We nice selves clear net from Resolved, That the committee on
are having splendid seasons, more profit an culture.
transportation be instructed to
rains and a big boom in all kinds of orange grove and vegetable farm i in reporta
Apple on LeConte Stock. plan by contract or incorporation to ;
growth, with promise of a fair crop of South Florida than large plantationswith I Mr. James Earnest has been very raise the necessary funds for the pur-

: oranges. all the risk, expense and annoy successful in grafting apples on Le pose of putting into execution the ob-

Mr. Baugh, of "Indian River Nar- ance attending it in Jefferson. John Conte stocks. He has several varieties jects expressed in the foregoing. reso-

rows," informs me that many of his Caspar, Vaim Feaster and others, raise I all doing well. Some bear the lutions ; to protect the individual

bananas in his twenty-acre grove will onions from seed planted in October, first year and all the second year. against loss from carelessness or neglect '#
I Last Tuesday he brought us a number on the part of transportation compa-
yield fruit this year, and he estimatesa that mature in May, measuring threeto I of the Red Astrachan, which were nies and to secure time schedules by

banana crop to pay $600 per acre five inches through and paying from I very large, mellow, of excellent flavor legal process if necessary.

per annum. My plants are from two I four to six hundred dollars to the and a very pretty apple.-Floridian. In discussing these resolutions Col.

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Perry said : I have witnessed within ever there is sufficient honey pastur and twelve inches long ; then turn one
the space of ten years the.rise and decline p(piary1 age, and the stock manipulated by an edge of them three-eighths of an inch,
of one of Florida's greatest in- intelligent, practical apiarian. but do not quite close it. Lay one of
dustries. A want of continued vigilance APICULTURE.Hints THE HIVE. these in each of the rabbets referredto
and care on the part of trans- for the Uninitiated by an Old As it will become necessary to frequently turning the narrow edge into the
portation companies has caused a disastrous Apiarian. refer to the hive, I have groove, and nail with half inch nails.
collapse.The EDITOR FLORIDA DISPATCH: thought best to describe,,hat first. It The upper edge of this rest should be
gratifying results of the first There are two things in particularthat is a fact, well known to bee-keepers, three-quarters of an inch from the top
few years were eagerly seized upon by must be taken into consideration that=other things being equalbeeswill of the hive. For a cap, or covering,
land speculators and railroad interests, in the business of bee-keeping,: First, do as well in a section of a hollow make a box an eighth of an inch longerand
to induce immigration I and proved a there must, of necessity, be a sufficient log, nail keg, barrel, straw-clamp, etc., wider inside than the outside of
powerful influence in that direction.In pasturage of honey-producing plants ; as in any patent arrangement ever in- the body of the hive, and of such a
.my judgment double vigilance and secondly, there must be a proper vented, the difficulty being that one depth as you may wish to use for box:
and extraordinary care on the part of understanding of the business in its cannot properly handle them in such honey. I use the extractor altogether,
those who undertook to place our truck details. These requirements being receptables to make them profitable. and so make the covers for mine only
on the market might have averted the met, success is certain ; 1 for there is no Therefore, the simplest and least ex- four inches deep. On the inside of the
# disaster.He branch of rural industry that will give pensive hives are the best. Let them ends of the caps fasten light strips
recommended closer economy in greater returns for the amount in- be well made of seasoned wood, and upon which to rest, and to allow the
fertilizers and methods, lower wages, vested.If receive two coats of good paint out- cover to come down half an inch over
the production of more of the necessaries it can be made remunerative in side. Have all the hives in your api- the body of the hive. Let the edgesof
of life, and a combined effort to Canada, with their long cold winters, ary of exactly one size, BO that the the top of the cover project three-
obtain better service and lower rates we, in this milder climate, should be frames may be interchangable, as quarters of an inch all around, and it
from transportation companies.Gen. able to do fully as well. the number of the different styles of should not be made of more than two
Wall favored reduction of It must not be understood that one
hives in use in this country are almost pieces to prevent leaking. This cap
wages to meet the requirement of the can be successful in any locality, for, legion. I shall confine myself to a description may all be made of half inch stuff.
situation.He although flowers may abound, yet but of the one I have used for In the rear end of the cover I bore an .
thought that five cents a crate few yield honey. twenty years. Just here, I will say inch hole near the upper edge, cover-
for wrapping' tomatoes unfair. A On the high dry lands, I doubt if that I would not give a nickel for any ing it with a piece of fine wire cloth ;
hand could wrap forty to fifty crates a much honey can be gathered ; but patent arrangement for bee-hives ever this allows ventilation and prevents _
day, making two dollars and besides along the water courses and marshes invented. Should the reader ever be insects intruding.This .
that $1 50 and $2 00 a day for pick- honey.producing plants are found in called upon by any patent hive vender hive holds eight frames, madeas
ing, which was beyond reason. He considerable quantities.It and threaten you with prosecutionfor follows, using stuff: three-eighths by
favored a reorganization of labor anda is always a wise plan, before en-
some infringement, etc., tell him to seven-eighths : Top bar, sixteen and
just rating of wages. gaging in any undertaking, to care- commence suit at once. My hives are three-quarter inches; ,bottom and mid-
Judge Cessna said : We have a soil, fully count the chances of success, and of the following dimensions, inside dle bars, fourteen and a half inches;
a climate, a capacity to grow vegeta not merely assume that so much money measurement : Length, sixteen inches; and ends, ten and seven-eighth inches.
bles to an unlimited extent. The invested will give such and such re width, twelve inches ; depth, twelve in putting them together nail down
skillful hand can make from 100 to turns. inches. The sides and ends are madeof through the top bar into the ends with
300 bushels of tomatoes to the acre There are certain elements that en- three-quarter inch boards, and the one and a quarter inch finishing nails.
almost at will. Such a business must ter into the composition of each individual bottom of half inch stuff, projectingsix The other joints may he fastened with
not be laid aside. The cost of grow- that either qualifies or disqualifies inches in front for an alighting three-quarter inch nails. I put in a
ing, harvesting and marketing must be him from being successful in a board; nailing a cleat one-half inch middle horizontal bar to prevent the
equalized to meet the necessities of the particular calling. This is particularly by two inches across! the under side of breaking or sagging of the combs.
situation ; more economical methods the case in bee-keeping, and shouldbe the front end of the bottom to prevent When properly made, and hanging in
of production must be introduced, labor taken into consideration. Amongst warping. Before nailing the body of the hive, there should be a space of
re-rated, rates of transportationscaled which I mention : Order-a place for the hive together, cut a gain or slot three-eighths cf an inch all around,
down, prompt delivery war- everything, etc. Neatness-no filth or I in the lower edge of what is intended which will allow the bees space enoughto
ranted, and car load lots sold on a com- rubbish allowed in or' about the hive. for the front half an inch deep by four keep the hive clear of worms,whichare
mission of five per cent. With all Promptness-doing things at the right inches long ; this for an entrance, and sure to get in if made to hang
these conditions enforced,only, can the time ; these, with observation,.patience should be in the centre. Let the bottom closer. The ends of the top bar should
business be successfully maintained.The and perseverance, are essential elements be made close, for) should there be project three-quarters of an inch be-
truth of this is clearly apparent, in an apiarian. The bee-keeper cracks the comb chippings will sift yond the end pieces to rest in the rab-
when it is understood that average should make himself acquainted with through and attract insects. For a
prices now are the nature and habits of the bee. He cover, or honey-board, I use as thin bets.For a stand upon which to place the
LESS THAN ONE HALF must know all about rearing and fertilizing stuff as I can conveniently work, and hive get a piece four by four inch
of what obtained several years ago. queens, artificial swarming, must be the full size of the hive out- scantling two and a half feet long (or
Aside from the rights and duties.in. transferring, strengthening weak side. This is held in place by two something that will square to four
the case, self interest will have muchto stocks, foul brood, controlling drone one and a quarter inch screws, into the I inches), two pieces of boards eighteen
do. Statistics show that this county rearing, extracting, proper size of upper edge of the hive. As it is diffi- I inches long by four inches wide, and
alone produces annually 300,000 pack- hives, etc., and last, if not least, to boot cult to procure lumber that is wide two pieces fourteen inches long by four
ages of fruit and vegetables. Tell me any patent-adjustable-reversible-moth enough for a single piece, I nail light inches wide ; this last of half inch
such a business is not sought by transportation proof bee-hive agent who may show cleats across the ends, on the upper boards. Nail the long pieces on the
companies? himself on the premises. There are side, using half inch clinch nails. Be- opposite sides, across the end of the
<< many whose locations are not the most fore nailing the body of the hive, rabbet scantling, in the form of the Roman
There is a poplar tree standing on favorable, yet, by having a practical the inner upper edges of the two end letter T, bringing them flush with the
the farm of Mr. D. B. Stull, in Lin- knowledge of the business, make it pieces one and an eighth inches deep end of the four by four, and see that
coln county, Teun., that is said to yield well. Others again, more favor- by half an inch for frame rests. Pro they are put on square. Next nail the
measure thirty-five feet in circumference ably situated,do not receive in returns cure a three-pound empty fruit can ; short pieces across the ends of long
and another only a rod from it the interest on the money invested, or heat it so that it will come apart ; ones, and bevel them off at the ends,
that measures twenty-four feet-Nashville make complete failure. straighten this out, and cut strips from where they are nailed against.
Lumberman. Bee-keeping will pay largely where- lengthways one and a half inches wide the long pieces, to one and a half .,:.
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inches. Drive a six penny nail into j Comb Honey. fore( feet are most liable to the attack.i i PUERPERAL OR MILK FEVER ON THE
the upper edge, and an inch from the We should like to see more comb Corns are often mistaken for this .dis- COW

ends of each of the projecting horns, honey produced in this State. We t ease. is a highly dangerous disease, and

allowing three-quarters of an inch of are satisfied there is more money in it Symptoms : Excessive lameness ; often terminates fatally in a few hours.

the nails to remain undriven. Set this than in extracted honey, though it requires feet, especially the coronet, intenselyhot The high condition of the cow subjects

arrangement firmly into the ground closer attention and more care- ; the horse is unwilling to move ; .I it to this disease, and often manifests
eighteen inches deep, and notice that ful manipulation than the latter. A he lies down ; groans with pain ; when tself) after calving. Symptoms: Loss

it is level both ways. The nails left poor grade of extracted honey is almost standing the hinder feet are much of appetite, holds her head down,

partly undriven will be the four points worthless, but almost any kind further under the body than natural, much uneasiness, quick breathing,and

upon which the hive will rest.I of honey will bring a reasonable price in order to support his weight ; pulse, pulse accelerated, great prostration,

have found this stand better than : n i the comb. An old apiarian says : quick, full ; fever ; respiration, increased muzzle dry and hpt, occasionally her

anything else I have tried,as it makes When the bees are gathering heavy ; mouth hot.; head turned back to her side, the

each hive independent; and shouldone white honey of good quality, extract; Prescribe (internally) spirits of eyelids partially closed, with an

be troubled with ants, pour some when they are working on inferior ether nitrate, one ounce; liquor am- abundant flow of hot tears running
kerosene over it, and around the support pasture it is more valuable in the monia acetit, two ounces ; aqua, three down, foams at the mouth, makes
comb. We don't this alto-
and they will soon leave. gether, but there is approve a point in it worth ounces ; three times a day, with five many attempts to get up, and strains
As to expensive bee-houses, it is my considering. drops of tincture of aconite added to violently.

opinion that it is money thrown away, -... the above. Prescribe aconite and belladonna
Box Hives.
as a plain, open shed, that will keep An from the The first step is to move the shoes? every hour, alternatively; fifteen dropsof
the hives from the sun and rain, is all experienced bee-keeper and well pare the feet. Wet flannels, aconite and one dram of extract of
bee of Hilishoro'river writes
that is needed. J. W. KARCLAY. pastures : and if cold bran belladonna dissolved in one ounce of
or turnip
1 do advocate box hives but
not ,
"Rural Home, Fla,,July 1st. approve hot
poultice be Put ice in water.
of such features as are desirable may applied. -
From New Smyrna. I and applicable to our frame hives. I the poultices, and keep the poultices If the animal shows signs of recov-
Saw palmetto out of bloom. Bees For instance, a weak or light colony of damp for thirty-six hours. Stand the ery give ten drops of nux vomica every
doing but little. Cabbage palmettowill bees in a hive 9 inches in depth by horse in water for three hours a day six hours, and continue until the bow-
14x20 wide anp l long, it is impossible
open about a week in this locality.A till well. I, els respond, using an enemure syringewith
to cover the entire comb. In a cypress
few reported to be in soapsuds every hour till the bow-
mangoes gum of say 10 in diameter and 3 feet UNSOUNDNESS.
bloom twelve miles down the river. high they can protect the entire lower els are opened. ,
Scarcely subject is attended
of the comb from and any For in Cows
Colonies generally heavy with bees. part humidity Dysentery prescribemercurius
with more perplexity than the limit
enemies. I of the frame
J. Y. D. approve deep corrosives.A !.
New Smyrna.June 2"'>. lllxlli{ and narrow hive one, two or of the above term. 4
three feet high, as necessities require. We shall briefly set down some pos Singular Horse Affliction.
Bees are comparatively idle, so far itive conditions to regulate the pur- For the year past we have noticed

as external appearance of the hives chaser, leaving the finer shades for the many instances among the horses in
r are concerned. Prospects seem favor- 1f e eIIinaII1. judgment of those who have been edu- the vicinity of Jacksonville of an apparent -
able for a heavy bloom of the Cabbage cated in the anatomy and disease of a weakness across the loins and a

Palmetto later., So far have not SUNDRY DISEASES.By horse. The law of soundness is, per- stiffness of the hind parts. The an-
observed any Mangrove\ bloom. For haps, one of the most difficult ques- imal will do his work well and eat as ,
several have been in Cecil H. Plummer, Veterinary Surgeon. usual but when he down is .
days engaged tions lawyers have to deal with ; for it lays un
clearing a piece of Mangrove marsh FISTULA OF THE WITHERS. seems almost impossible to find a horse uble to raise himself on his hind legs. I

near my residence. I find nearly half: Contusion, caused by pressure of the without blemish or tendency to disease. He will get up on his fore feet and set I
of the larger trees killed to the root, The however is upon his haunches, but without helphe
fore part of the saddle, is known by question, now generally -
and the balance throwing out sprouts this appellation, though inappropri- settled more easily than in former cannot get upon his feet. Several

from the body, for several feet from ately, being a tumor rather than a fis times, trials in the county courts hav- horses have finally died and several :.
the ground. I have not the least ] ing superseded actions in the superior others have recovered after a long
doubt but what in two years from tula.This period. We see on the streets of Jack-
pressure from a badlyfittingsaddle courts.
date, our supply of bloom from that gives rise to a deep-seated tumor First of all, see that the sight is sonville occasionally a horse which
will be than sufficient for gathers his hind legs under him and
source more which does burst but bur- before leading the horse out
not good travels stiff and is unable to use his
all the colonies on the coast.J. rows among the tissues, producing inflammation then trot the animal before exam- back freely. They are generally gaunt
Y. DETWILER.New even down to the spinous ining it further. Then make a minute and have their bellies drawn up.
Smyrna, Fla.,July 2-
.*.. process of the vertebrae, the pus form- examination of all the legs, lookingout There should he some remedy.
Northern Florida. ing channels, which require to be for the following diseases : -To- Drench-- -a Horse.

Mr. Moorhouse, of Hibernia, Fla., opened up, freely cleaned out, and Bone spavin, bog, spavin, thoroughpin Mix the medicine to be given witha
says the Northern part of Florida is not strips of lint soaked in Carbolic Lotion convex,or contracted foot, ossifica- small quantity of meal and make a

as productive of honey as the bee-fields laid in,or the lotion injected with a syr- tion and ulceration of the navicular small, elongate ball ; open the horse's
of States farther North. The bees inge. They are slow to heal, and necessarily bone of the foot. (The animal will mouth, seize the tongue with the left

gather just enough to carry them close by granulation from the point his toe and not rest square on hand (or use a bailing iron), take the
through the winter, an extra popular bottom. the foot if this disease should affect ball between the index and middle fin-

colony may gather a few pounds sur- FOUNDER OR LAMINITIS.An him.) Grease, founder, capped hock, ger of the right hand and deposit it !
plus. He attributes this to the lazi- inflammation of the soft lamina thrush enlarged ligaments
: splints, well back on the tongue ; leave the j
ness of the bees, both native and in- of the foot and its connecting substance.It broken wind, thick wind, any diseaseof animal to swallow it. '

troduced,in this climate rather than to is not a very common disease, but the lungs, liver, kidneys or intes- ---.-

dearth of honey.. prone to affect horses with soft crust, tines, hernia, or rupture of any kind, Don't get swindled by purchasing
Prices. or tender feet. cough or cold, catarrh while it lasts, "penetrative" compounds, warrantedto

There is a ready sale at all times for Dry, hard roads ; sea voyages, and megrims, or fits, curb-biting, cataract, cause any kind of a stump to thor-
honey in Florida. It is now sellingat hard driving are the principal pro- and amaurois. Specks on the cornea oughly burn up, roots and all, after a

twenty cents per pound ; and dur- ducing causes ; occasionally it is the -doubtful. See that you are not two and a half months' application.The .

ing the winter, when everything is result of metastasis supervening, or in- deceived in the animal's age. compound is said to be nothingbut

booming, the price ranges from twenty- flammation of the lungs. Under this Look out for big head, big jaw, big common salt colored, but is being

five to'thirty cents, and sometimeseven latter condition the sufferings are less shoulder, and see that no abscess exists extensively advertised.Southern

more. severe, but more difficult to cure ; the on the animal. Lumberman.F .


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flit 410rida igpatdt. form of concrete. Excellent artificial Every producer can become a stock- mounted, the burdens of the womenof

stone, chimneys, pipes, etc., are now holder on payment of a nominal sum, the household lightened, and home
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JACKSONVILLE. FLA.,JULY. 12, 1886. made here from a sand base, but we the stock held by one person is limited, made more attractive for all. We

A.-H. MANVILLE, Editor.- want a simple, comparatively inex and a majority of the stockholders have at hand, did we but know howto

pensive, formula by which concrete govern. The control of the whole use them, all the elements for the

Indian Itiver. walls can be run up without the aid matter is in the hands of our gardeners realization of our ideal home in the far

There is but one inlet connecting this of an expert, or blocks constructed for and fruit growers, and its success or Southland.In .

river with the ocean, and it waters are foundations or other purposes. Buildings failure depends upon their interest opening our columns to this sub-

becoming fresh. To save the oysters, of this material would be fire- and co-operation. ject it gives us great pleasure to make

and prevent malaria,the people of that proof; time-proof, damp-proof, rat- S4<< the following

section talk of opening additional inlets proof, rot-proof and vermin-proof, and Home Interests. ANNOUNCEMENT.

l to the salt water. we believe can be constructed at a The hardships and privations of pioneer -
\Ve shall shortly commence a de-
comparatively slight advance over life fall with disproportionate
The Home filarket. "
partment of"Home interests. It will
.: wooden structures. severity on womankind. Building,
: While Southern fruits and vegeta-
i be devoted to table and household
Northern i << clearing and planting engross man'sattention
bles forward to
are going and whatever the
economy, lightens
Correction. while the of the
markets by the car load, the home
labor adds to the comfort of ;
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH : or living
work and the
market is poorly supplied, and prices Under Lake Worth Items, in your development prog- to the domicile and its adaptation to
of the
ress surrounding country give
asked are exorbitant. A regular sup- issue of the 7th of June, I am made to this climate ; to the esthetics of home,
the life charm for him.
new a peculiar
ply of fresh country produce could be mistate the fruit and vegetable shipments the beautifying of interior and ex-
Woman is confined
even more closely
disposed of in our cities and towns at. from this place to Jacksonvilleup terior; to the amenities of Southernlife
within the limits of home than in theland'
good prices. to the first of May.\ The followingis and all that pertains to the inter-
<< from whence they came. The
o American Exhibition, London, 1887 correct-if your typos will kindly ests of home.
difficulty of getting about, and the
An exhibition devoted to the Arts, follow copy: The department will be conductedby 1
pressing duties of the household, in a
Inventions, Manufactures, Productsand Bushel crates of beets, 6 ; of pota- region where the domestic is unknown, an able writer, assisted by experi-

Resources of the United States, toes, 10 ; of egg plant, 25 ; of toma- prevent that contact with surroundinglife enced contributors. We trust our

will open in London, under the most toes, 2,611 ; cabbages, (not crates,) which adds zest to man's enjoy- lady readers will join with us in mak-

favorable auspices, on the 2d of May, 3,061( ; and limes, (not crates,) 4,800. ment. What to eat ? is a constantly ing this new departure a success. Sendus

1887, and continue six months. Shall Please put me right. contributions, if you have but a sin-
its solution
perplexing problem, requiring -
Florida be represented there? We JAS. WOOD DAVIDSON.Lake gle point that will be of benefit to an
ability to make bricks without
are getting some of our most valued Worth, Dade Co., Fla.,June 18. uninitiated sister, by all means let us
.... straw, for it takes time and effort even
citizens from England. Californiawill have it. With such assistance we can
The Fruit Exchange. in a country of diversified products to
doubtless, be well represented.H make this one of the most valuable and
The opinion prevails among some of supply the table with esculents from
H H<<
instructive features of this
Tree. our gardeners and fruit growers, that the soil. Possibly the house is con- paper.
Address all communications to
J. C., in the Madison Recorder, ad. the Fruit Exchange has miscarried, tracted and scantily furnished, com-
vances the theory that the common so far as accomplishing the object for pared with the one to memory dear. ,
Editor"Home lute rests"department, FLOR-
Oleander is the poison tree alluded to which it organized, is concerned. Years must roll by ere lawn and shrubberies IDA DISPATCII,Orange City, Florida.

in sketches of the early settlement of Some allege that through inefficient .,grand old shade trees and lovelv- -. -
the State, the sap or milk from whichwas management it- has in the main- failedto vistas meet the eye as in the home of 1'oundatlous.

used by the Indians to poison market products consigned to its ye olden time. Many, perhaps, most Timber decays rapidly in this cli-

their arrows. The Oleander is a virulent care to the best advantage, and it is accustomed comforts are wanting. mate. The process of oxidization go

vegetable poison, and answers to more than hinted in some quarters, Then there is the absence of old, fa- on the year round uninterrupted by

the description given, but it is not na that the institution has been operatedin miliar faces, and the associations of winter, and accelerated by moist at-

tive'to this country and had not been the interests of certain of its promi- friendship,society, church, which were mosphere and high temperature. We

introduced at that early day. nent officers who are also very large wont to contribute so largely to the have seen cedar poles in Maine,appar-

Canneries, .-4
The markets are flat,truck shipping terests of smaller shippers. We have many are discouraged ? Is not the laid up twenty years. The same poles

stopped, and thousands of bushels of championed the cause of the Ex- wonder rather that we have so many here would scarcely last two seasons.

vegetables are rotting in the fields; on change from its organization and haveno contented, brave women among us ? The prevalent custom of using wooden

all hands there is a call for canning occasion to regret, or disposition to Those unaccustomed to warm climates blocks for the foundation of buildingsis

factories to utilize this waste. Estab- alter our course now, but it seems to i find it difficult to adjust and a great mistake, even "lightwood '
for the interest of both themselves incident seasoned live oak will last but
lishments of this kind would not only us, shippersand adapt to peculiarities .or a
but the Exchange, that the matter be and even with large means at short time. These wooden blocks har-
turn this surplus into money,
looked into. If the Exchange has command are troubled to control the bor insects and fungus, which destroythe
would render the grower, to some ex-
tent, independent of the commission failed thus far in its object, what is the conditions of comfortable, not to say sills with which they come in con-

disastrous cause of this failure? If it has been luxurious living. tact. If not looked after constantlythey
men, and prevent many
shipment late in the season, or when through the inefficiency or self interest From force of habit we grow indifferent give way unexpectedly, rackingthe
of its officials, their heads should roll to the claims of social and domestic building, and must be replaced ina
the markets are depressed.
: ->-. into the basket at the next meeting, life and the troubles and per- short time at furthest; an annoy-

Conerete. without further ceremony. If theseare plexities of our housewives. It is a ing and expensive operation. It is safeto

Wooden structures require frequentand but the statements of chronic great mistake to subordinate those in- say wooden blocks in a period of .

expensive repairs, decaying rap- grumblers, in justice to the officers of terests. Home influence, always an twenty years will cost three times as

s idly in this climate, and are in con- the Exchange and to conserve its use- important factor, in a new country be- much as solid masonry. Many build

stant danger of destruction by fire. fulness and efficiency, they should be comes almost the sole means of main- too near the ground for the health of

,Good material for brickmaking is not corrected. It is the only source from taining education, culture and refine- the inmates. To get at the timbers

abundant, and bricks, whether orth- which we can hope for a solution of ment, and the home should receive easily, as well as to preserve them,

,< ern or home made, are expensive, the problem of the distribution and thought and attention from the fellingof buildings should be set well up from

r ',; transportation, and breakage adding marketing of our crop to the best the first tree and the planting of the the ground, two or three feet at least.It .

; considerably to first cost. The ever advantage. Our fruit and vegetable first seed. will pay to use brick for founda-

present sand should afford a good base growers should not stand aloof and By discussing and comparing exper tions, even for buildings of small size.

I I for a cheap building material in the view the Exchange as a thing apart. ience, many difficulties may be sur If brick cannot be had make thew

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,,' piers of cement and sand ; an artificial underlying current-bottomed channels' 91ublislltr jfleparfmtqf moral is an exceedingly open one.

stone of this kind will last indefinitelyand arranged to receive the water at their The poet puts the same thoughts thus:

grow harder with age. upper ends and conduct it through He who Is wise doth advertise;
RATES OF ADVERTISING.On He who's a goose says it's no use;
4 the soil, can also be made to serve an application. Blt the level-headed sage
Takes a double page!
"The New Agriculture." equally important purpose in carryingoff -.-
+t Subscription $2.00 per annum,in advance.In .
... Great interest has b'en awakened the surplus water in wet times. clubs of six or more,$1.50 each. Weekly
Some nine weeks the Daily
northern farmers in under-drains and ago
among a system Acting as discharging -
To Subscribers.
Florida Herald, Jacksonville's evening -
adopted by a Mr. Cole, in New York the water from their lower ends See printed slip on your paper(or wrapper)
commenced the
State he obtains into ditches better still Note date of the expiration of your subscription paper, publicationof
whereby a very con- open or larger
and if in arrears please remit. I an eight-page weekly edition. Not-
siderable increase in the yield of farm, under-drains. withstanding the depression incidentto

garden, and orchard products, over t Special to New Subscribers.New I this season of the year, and the absence -
subscribers to the DISPATCH, will receive !
Wesleyan Female Institute, Staunton, Va. of of our people, the
that obtained by the ordinary methods on application a colored map of Florida many
We call attention to the free. Scale eighteen miles to the inch. JJteeklyllerald has met a most fluttering .
Mr. Cole's is
farming system styled
advertise-\\ ,
reception, its already large subscription
meat of this popular College
"The New Agriculture" and promisesto I SPECIAL CLUB RA1ES. list is increasing daily, and
ladies Rev. Dr. W. A. Harris Presi- We club THE with I
DISPATCH paperor
mark the of in any
beginning era periodical published in the United States the paper is to be found in our coun-
agricultural progress. The leading dent. It is located in one of the health- or Great Britain. Prices on application. 'I try homes in the most remote sectionsof

iest climates in the world. It Remittances should be sent by Check the State. As home and
feature in his method is sub-irrigation presents Money Order, Postal Note or Registered Letter a weekly
addressed to State it is unexcelled. In its
attractions similar
surpassed by paper
to which culture and any
deep high
C. W. DaCOSTA, Publisher,
columns, the telegraphic con-
College in the Union. Buildings ele-
fertilization is added. This .
irrigation TArW nrVTT.LF. FT." densed general news are brought downto

is accomplished by a system of trench- *ant. Scenery beautiful. This school the date of issue, and State and

ing, it is claimed that these trenchesare enjoys a national reputation, and is Our Publisher, local news given in full ; it also con-

so arranged as not only to carry attended by pupils from nineteen Mr. Chas. W. DaCosta, left Thurs- tains articles of general interest,

moisture to every part of the soil, but States. To all pupils it is a refined day last on a business trip for New stories, sermons, etc., and its editorialsare
vigorous and vivacious. Althoughthe
and happy home-teaching sound York Boston and The
also to store water from rainfall Philadelphia.
Herald is Democratic in
learning, graceful accomplishments, avowedly
against a time of drought. Whetherby object of his trip will bethe enlargingof take
refined manners, economy in dress, and politics, no Republican cau ex-
this arrangement rainfall can be self-supporting vocations for young la his large and extensive Printing ception to its manly, straightforwardcourse.

dies. Its its House the introduction of The Weekly is devoted to
relied upon as an only source of water graduates are brightest by new
ornaments, and are sought far and and general rather than political matters.
supply, is still a mooted question. type presses. .
wide as teachers. It refers to over
The DISPATCH will in for its
Whether entirely or only partially come Orange Food.
1,000 pupils and patrons. For cata-
share will be in few SANFORD, FLA., 5th Jan., 1886.
successful in this particular, even if a logue write to Rev. Dr. Wm. A. Har- as seen a more
President Florida Fertilizing Co.
head, of water from other 'source must ris, Staunton, Va.MeteoroIoic&L. issues.
54 Dear Sir-The ton of Florida
be added as an auxiliary to the system A Good Weekly for 25: Cents Orange Food I got from you last

it is still a great practical success. We take pleasure in announcingthat spring I tried on my grove at Lake

.. ] Beresford, alongside of two other fertilizers -
wee hay arranged to club the
Sub-Irrigation and Under-Dratnuge. costing near double the priceof
Herald with the FLORIDA
JVeekly and I find it if
-- yours, fully equal,
The rains of Florida are as abund- .J..q1. voa... w., '..'CI'O ootio0. DISPATCH, at the very low price of not better, than either of the others.
ant and regular as in any other section FLA8r "3"355352ooooooo for the Please
s oBB.TaAV $2.25 per annum two papers. ship me two tons at once.
1'B18 uo ou
of the country-amply sufficient 886 A. Those of our readers who have not the Yours truly,

to mature field and orchard as J. H. SMITH.
crops I I leisure for but
CUPIUIUH opportunity or a daily,
well to excellent ItBp U'U..J4.. '''ll t--I-CD OO O OO-1"Cl:G U.S. Captain .Toe Smith is the oldest
as produce gardens.In I
JACKSONVILLE JACKSONVILLEJu j I who would keep up with the times,
market-gardening for profit our OBSERVATION steamboat captain on the St. Johns
-:s .1JaO3A! [ I MW-NUtNMy) Corps I I will find this excellent Weekly a valnable
products must be ready for market at SignalCorps I compliment to the most progressive river.

a certain time and in a certain condi- g -
3 'uona3Jla in the South
Signal agricultural paper ,
tion ; the occasional failure to do this, Endin S.A Z 3D rJJ,..,.cI2cI rnct2 WW and should add 25 cents to their an- SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS.

largely through dependence upon eekEndin OFFICEOF OFFICE U., sqjpajpunq 3. nual remittance to the DISPATCH and Pine-apple slips-, $2 per 100, $15

natural water supply, destroys: the : pan saqouj uj CO- 0)0:1"": : Sergeant secure the same. per 1,000; pineapple suckers (extra
W) !
profits of the business. It becomes 3 SERVICE tt'BJUltU[ II'UU t 4 large), two to three feet, $5 per 100.

apparent, therefore, that we must re- GNALSERVICE : Advertise.The Cassava seed-canes, $3 per 50 feet.
I llua I "oooooooooooooo'" 1:10-00) --70.0.toSMITH SMITH' Order immediately, as surplus stock
sort to irrigation if we would make aBal' w {.OOO oolg men who are now overflowingwith
GNAL ___ must be planted out soon.
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the growing of truck and small fruits '" N reduced business are the men whose ad- ROYAL PALM NURSERIES
mnwlun'l _
I t oociooooooo i-rcimri c: lowest r
profitable on a laige scale. A head x e i-r-hl-t-t-t- lowes readingsreduced vertisements were kept running duringthe Manatee, Fla., ...

of water, the first requisite, is within Reportfor WWIX'BJ'l c5"oC'ioooe-J OIOIOOQlOO.QQ: : ; :: ;; entire siege of the late depressionThe -Wanted.

the reach of every one, either from -: ''J3-13WOJ'B I NCV tl't",.. 30.163 91.0: readings manufacturers who are vainly To exchange LeConto Pear Trees

natural fall, artesian well, wind, steamor (HUG anal o 0--0000 O o -OO,..: trying to catch up with them belongto for( Strawberry Plants. None but best

other power according to the circumstances _.1__ -, ef) ',5 thermometer Barometerreadings that mistaken class who think it I varieties desired. Good references

of the case. The most important eteorologca N 1..8: : : : : E barometer Barometer economy to remove their advertise- given and required.B. ].
Highestthermometer W. PARTRIDGE,
point is the application of the : : I : i : Highestbarometer NOTE.Barometer ments when times are dull. So it is if Monticello Florida.
B :ee,),"":t.CO as..... .. ,
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water. It cannot be conducted over S H C'oi" rlJdI they intend to go out of business and -
j" .g aS as Qj't) Highest Highest Fine Orange Grove for Sale.
the surface the ol Q bo'op =' i: NOTE.
owing to poverty be forgotten, but if they expect to This grove is on the east hank of

the soil. To apply with hose is ex- SSlls build up and maintain a lucrative the St. Johns river ; large river front,

pensive and unsatisfactory, as it is trade, they must keep themselves con 35 miles south of Jacksonville, and

'e :! difficult to moisten the soil by such ets1 stantly before the public. Advertising contains thirty-five acres of(originally)
rich hammock land. Contains 2,000
limited applications to the surface in a is just as great a necessity to an
bearing orange trees, besides all other
time of drought, when soil and atmos- active business life as food and drinkare in Florida
Fruit and Vegetable Market fruits grown ; grapes, figs,
.. phere are hot and dry. Sub-irrigation FLORIDA DISPATCH LINE, to a healthy physical existence.If Peen-to peaches, Japan plum --fi1ty

is a less expensive and more effi- 261 BROADWAY NEW YORK,July U, 1836..} you stop eating, you die for want 1 trees, bananas, guavas, etc. Dwelling

cient method. The crop is fed by liv- QUOTATIONS. of sustenance; if you stop advertising, 1 house of four rooms, good water, fine
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Floi Ida Tomatoes crt. 50 60
.per stable and for
ing springs, the moisture swelling up Egg Plants. . per bbl 8 X(@1000 your business dies for the want of pub- garden, a good pasture
Ga. Watermelons, selected, per 100 30 00@.3.5'JO' stock. If sold within two months can
from beneath constantly fills the soil "" fair to good, "" 1400@1800 2000@2T.00 licity. Competition is as prime a be bought for one half its value.

''I no matter how dry the atmosphere or Florida watermelons per 100........15 00@30 00 factor in the success of a firm as the Address, 11. G. JOHNSON,
...,.., parched the surrounding surface. The J. D. HASHAGEN Eastern Agent., quality of the stock he carries. The Jacksonville, Fla.


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Orange Trees. I I REAL ESTATE. ': t

8e advertisement of sour orange "
trees at Red Rock prices in another "

column. d LIVER DYSPEPSIA : Bamains! in Real Estat :

------ .e-- Secretes the b:;,. and acts like a filter to Variable appetite; faint, gnawing feeling I
Bind Your Paper... cleanse /m hits of the blood. By Frat pit of the stomach, heartburn, wind in the .

We have a number of excellent files regularity action or suspensions stomach,bad breath, bad taste in the mouth, ,

1 fur;. sale with the name "FLORIDA DISPATcn" of//, fundhnc, the bile poisons the blood low spirits, general prostration. There is $500 will buy a fine residence lot at
causing, rtdL'ce, sallow complexion, weak no form disease more prevalent than Dys- Tampa. Easy te ms.

embossed thereon, affording aI eyes, bilious diarrhoea, a languid, weary pepsia, and it can in all cases be traced to
I beautiful covering for paper, only $1 feeling end many other distressing sympan enfeebled or poisoned condition of the $5000 ini will buy adjoining'**> acr.s the high new town rolling ot

each. toms generally termed liver troubles. These blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by cleansing I Pemberton, at J unct ion of South Florida and
are relieved at the of BULL'S Florida Southern Railroads and the With la-
<< once by use and purifying the blood tones up the diges- coochee River

Strawberry Plants for Sale.Wilson' SARSAPARILLA the great blood resolvent. tive organs, and relief is obtained at once. !1 .

Da.JOHK Bm.i..-I have been for a number of DR.JOHN BtTLL.-T have no hesitation in saying I ClCl will buy a residence lot In Oriole a
Albany plants for( delivery years severely afflicted witharaercur'headache that I believe your SARSAPARILLA to be the best I $1 IUU new Railroad town on S. ft'. R.R. in
and a dull,heavy pain In liver. Three bottles
medicine manufactured for the of
.in the fall. BURY & ANDERSON, of Btrri/8 SARSAPARILLA gave mo moro relief Syphilis and many other cutaneous cure and Scrofula glandu- j, Ilernando eon nly. Easy terms: concessions
to those who will build. Place Im-
than all the others combined. lar affections rapidly
,having used it with entire success
T.OWENS.. Louisville,Ky. in numbers of the above cases. I proving.
-e-. Dn. JOInt BTTUL-I have examined the prescription JAMES :MOORE,Loulsvillft,Ky. I
for the preparation of DC JOHN Unix's l pip) wail buy a handsome! lot in. I'arkers-
Kocky Branch Nursery, Montlcello, Flu. BARSAPABILLA, and believe the combination to Bvii'sSIIn B T.iLA I procured one bottle of $ *J\J burg.Marioncountyfacing on Coop,
be-.!',excellent one.and well calculated to formyeldestson. Among
J 1'ark. Send' for colored)
er of-
Parties intending to purchase Le- dec'' 'i' alterative Impression on the system. I the remedies and various prescriptions that he nmp. Property
hr used it both In public and private practice has tried for weak. lungs and chest this one bottle ered very cheap.
Conte Pear trees will do well to place au. think! it the beat article Sarsaparilla iu use.has been of m bench' to him than all. It has
M.FVJ-ES,M. D., Louisville cured me of 1, .opsic! ,as v.li.. will buy a Nrue building lot In
orders with me before the season to I lies.Pity"'t Lou.ilarfne Hosp. J vH2J HcGEE,Hone Cave,Ky. $150 Windsor, Alachua county, a flour-

plant opens. I have a choice stock of THE i8iilnglace.CiKfinO.

one, two and three-year-old trees, and KIDNEYS SCROFULAAre .
BLOOD will buy 100 acres land adjoining
will not be undersold. Correspond- the great secretory organs of Is a peculiar morbid condition of \DUUUU\vindsor.- Easy; terms. Only
with he Into and tho IS $>0<' rash required; bHlance on long time to
solicited. through the caused
epce nurserymen body.r LIFE. system directly by suit purcha*.er.
B. W. PARTRIDGE, c:ct- : ;wt, ewastefluidsconTIIE J impurities in the blood or by I

i< I.Lj.igpoirloeOC matter taken ; -n the systhe lack of s'ufficent nourishment furnishedtem. $250 wIll buy a well located lot of 10
Proprietor. If the l"cteJ'a do not act properly this to the system through the blood, usually acres at Oriole: land all high and

-H.H<<- matter 18 r "ficd: and poisons the blood, affecting i 'e glands, often result;-) in I dry I ong; originally terms of credit.selected Only for$25 orange cash required culture.,

For Printing of every descriptionwrite causing;, bOc:eaknesspain;nthesmall swellings, enlarged joints, abscesse "veof I and! au equal amount per annum .plus the In-
to C. W. DaCosta. Jacksonville back and3: ; flushes of neat,chills, with eyes, blotchy eruptions on the face or 'eck. tere..t on deferred payments.! The easiest
disordered stomch and bowels. BULL'S terms offered on high dry lands In Florida.
Pb. : Erysipelas is akin to it and is often mistaken I Enquire for particulars.
SARAfiR8LLA acts as a diuretic on the for Scrofula as it comes from the sam.. cause,
Kidnea tad bowels and the $450 will buy a fine 10-acre lot close by
directly on impure blood. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA by, station Candler, Marion county.
blood'Go f t.'c'l causing the great orpurifying the blood and toning up the system Very prosperous place; good lands.
gagscf ::&' Cody to resume their natural forces the'"' "parities from the blood andfuctions
will choice 5-acre lot
buy a at
Fancy K Poultry. anf health is at once restored. cleanses tLs system through the regular $225 dler, close by the station.

DB.JOHN BUU--have used BHLL'S SARSAPA- channels. will buy 40-acre tract of high roll-
ALBERT FIIIES, BIIXA. for rheumatism and kidney trouble, and DR. Joni Brtr,.-It is my opinion that your $400 h.g pine land lying a little off from
has for >
taken It and
my BOO*. It Las both asthma gt uem1depr"paratlon of SARSAPARILLA 'i3 decidedly superior the 8.S.,O. fc (t.R. It. In Marion county. Sat-
Breeder} oi High Class PouUry, bUltJ given ua great relief. to any other now in use, and I will take isfactory terms to buyers.
Yours truly,
great pleasure in recommending it for the cure of
ST. NICHOLAS, FLA., THOS.II. BENTLEY,Ilossville.111. t bcrofulaaud) all diseases of the blood and kidneys.B. will buy a beautifully located
Has Hold his Entire Stock to'v. B. ALLKN, M. D.,Bradford,Ky. $520 whole block of lots In Parkeraburg.
"\". I r'L:\Hiciv, PRINCIPAL OFFICE: Money in It for the right man. Over 300 lots
P. O. Box 881. Jacksonville, Fla. BULL'S WORM DESTROYED.BULL'S S3I West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. now sold.
- -- SMITH'S TONIC SVL213P. ,1.00 A BOTTLE. $ 150 will buy 10 acres good orange land

MAYWOOD. THE POPULAR REMEDIES OF THE D.Yf. ForSa'o by all Druggists.HORACE .: adjoining Parkersburg.
will buy 80 acres high rolling
$2 5 0 0
land adjoining Floral City, In
Groves made and warranted on the most, If" :.} 02 ? PURE..c Hernando county. Money In it for sub-dlvis-
favorable teJ'1118.ln one of tho most healthy Ion Into lots. Terms to suit.
sections of Florida. Boarding and houses to .
rent at moderate prices. Hend for particularsand : : $800 will buy 80 acres good high rolling
DREW: land north of .
pine Couper on P.8.R'y
20()cents for glimpses at the Orange Land. .
In Uernando Good
county. .neighbor-
For reference
we refer you to the editor ofthin
paper. Direct to'V. 59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida. hood.
H. HEED, $600 will buy 20 acres land at Oriole
----- I OHO will buy a handsome 80 acre tract
Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals and $1 I UUU southwest of Oriole close by Improvements -
6Y STATE LEGISLATURE.Cranted ; commanding building site; fine
Music Games Dolls Toys and Fancy Goods land.
Power to Confer a Degree. ,
| will buy 40 acres land, high and
Base-Ball Goods and Out-door $
I'I Croquet 1 4L\J\J dry,adjoining town plat of Oriole.
DUNSMORE'SBUSINESS Amusements.Moore's A fortune for some one by sub-dividing Into
I building lots. a

I Orange Culture, Rev. Ed .$1.00 $C rCwill buy 40 acres of land adjoining
ernler's Truck Farming In the South . 1.50 preceding.
ST A UNTON.,A. Teaching its pupils by IIctuDIrr Wbitner's a ctiu city how noted to keep fur books HEALTH.! and Rrm do.m.s.business.OII-ROHKS Located AMItocicTY. I>> McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida . .. .. .... ... . .. . .. -1.00{) $12 1 I 50 the Company's acres lands at adjoining I emberton -
Address J. U. DUNSMOIU2, President I have all the :Maps Books, etc., on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica- which they have laid out in building lota.
-- tion. Legal Blanks of every description., River front. A bargain.

CECIL H. PLUMMER HORACE DREW. $2500 will buy 120 acres fine land be-
,, tween Dade City and Tucker-
town in Hernando county.

ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY, $400 wiH ,two -to miles acres from splendid Brooksvllle.hIghland

VETERINARY SURGEON $8 00 will buy a young orange grove,265
CHARLESTON, S. C. trees, some beginning to bear;
grove in tine condition; Clay county, flue
Student ofj the Royal Veterinary College of j HAhhcly Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer. neighborhood; quarter mile from Kingsley
London, Lake.
Attlilcy Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops, $1 1000 will buy 160 acres high pine land.
Will answer.all communications through letters and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables. In Hernando county; place bas
several hundred dollars worth of Improve-
and telegrams. Ashley Ash< Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees, bananas, etc ments on It, including house; Railroad survey

QAshlcy involved none Ashley Aeid Phosphate.!! runs through place.
will buy 810 acres finely located
:Office In Orlando?:Fla., at Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda, .Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnit $6000 land In Hernando county. Will
Muriate, Potash, Cotton Seed Meal, etc. sell all or part.HOJIKS.
Reed Foster's Stables.
For Almanacs and Hand Books, Agricultural Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kainit

FLORIDA Floats, ete., address


i E. T. PAINElPrest.i44; East Bay St. Charlesto n, SIC.
OrIole, Hernando County.Send
:Florida Orange Food, $23 per ton.
Florida Vegetable Food, $28 per ton. stamp for colored Map of Oriole and
information how to get a home in Florida,
This Fertilizer has.been thoroughly tested SUBSCRIBE FOR TIlE close by Railroad in active operation. Splen-

for the past six years on Orange Groves in did orange lands. Large number of new ,
groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly
Florida and has given entire satisfaction. coming in from all over the Union. Attractive
Send for Circulars nnr'' Certificates. plan purchase; but little cash required.
Bargains oflered.W. .


"MO)()bushels Red Rover, Clay, Whippoorwilland Office: 72 J W. Bay St., up stairs, /',.
White Peas for sale.

E. T. PAINE, Prest. nl3r $2 :per Year. Jacksonville, F&: .
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i Catalogue Free.
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o y F 1 All Trains of this Road are Run by Central ((90th)
.sg': .d. ; .\.. Meridian Time, which is 33 Minutes Slow r

e :,. Seffner, Hillsborough Co., Fla. than Jacksonville- Time. Key West, Havana and New Orleans.


Trains will leave and arrive
as follows
Leave Jacksonville daily at..............: :35: a m $ LINE STEAMERS.
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:3 a m
Leave Callahan dally at_..._............. 8:18 a ra
Arrive at Way cross dally at...._.. ..10:15 a m
Arrive Brunswick via B.V.. 11.R_ 1:50 p m Steamers H.-B. PLANT, of the People's
Arrive at ThomasVille dally at........ 1:37 p in Line, and CITY OF JACKSON '.E,of theDe
Arrive at Bainbrldge at............ 3:35:
From i to U inches in Diameter dally p m Bary-Baya Merchants' Line, will run an
;i Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at...... 4:04: p m follows: Leaving the DeBary-Baya Line
Arrive at Pensacola via L. & N.R. lt.iu:10 p m Wharf at foot of Laura street:
.' '.," 1\, : Arrive at Mobile via L.&N. R.R....... 2:30: a m Leave Savannah, Florida and West-
'{j/,,' '1'. Arrive atNew Orleans via L.&N. R.R ':2->)n m ern Railway wharf Jacksonville,
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson- "
a daily,on arrival of Fast Mall train..
.A.t ville and New Orleans, via Pensacola, and Leave Jacksonville........................._. :3:00 p m
B.dck. :bottom Prices:
Mobile. Leave Green Cove Spring.................... 5:10 p m
FAST MAIL. Leave Tocol.........._............................. 6:15 p m
Leave Jacksonville dally at.....?......_ 2:00 p m Leave Palatka............................._...... 8:40 pm
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at......?..12:00 m Leave Welaka..............................?...-.10:50 p m
Leave Callahan daily at.?................... 2:45 p m Leave Astor............... ......................._ itot( )a m
For Planting During Rainy Season of Summer. Leave Chattahoochee at.....................11:30: am Leave DeLand Landing.................._. -4:15: a in
Leave Thomasville at....................... 1:40 p m Leave Blue 1 Springs .. ....................._ 5:00 a m
Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 4:40 p m Arrive Sanford, South Florida Railroad
f, ,.; t t.. Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & (l... leiS p m Arrive Sanford, City wharf...........?... 7:10 a m
: 1I..A.VJJL.E:: : ] Fl.EElJ: :> Arrive at Savannah daily at....._....... 7:58 p m Arrive Enterprise............ ..................- 8:10 a in
V: Arrive at Charleston daily at........... 1:2a' m Leave Enterprise................................. 8:30 a m
Arrive at. Washington,D.C.,daily at 11:00: p nt RETURNING,
Arri ve Baltimore.................................1235 a In
Arrive Philadelphia.........................?. :8:45 a m Leave Sanford,City wharf.................. 5:50 p m
Arrive at New York daily at._....._ 6:50 Leave Sanford,South Florida wharf 7:00 p m
Island Florida. a m ...... .. ... .. ....
Drayton Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson- Leave Blue Springs. .. .... .. 8:50 p m
ville and New York. Leave DeLand Landing............_...... 9:25' pin
t"., Leave Astor......................................?..11:25 p m
; '- EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. Leave Welaka..................................?. 15am
Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 4:30 p m Leave Pala tka.................. ..........._...... 4:30 a m
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at...........11:30 in Leave Tocoi. ....................... ................. 6:30 a m
LAKE' GEORGE NURSERIES Leave Callahan daily at.....................> 5:14 p m Leave Green Cove Spring.................... 7:15 a m
Arrive at Callahan..............................10:46 a m Arrive Jacksonville................_. .....?. 9:45 a m
NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY Leave Waycross................................. 7:30 p m Connecting at Tocol with St.Johns Rail
Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 8:25 a in road, at Palatka with Florida Southern
With descriptions of Leave Gainesville daily at.................. 3:50 p m Railway at Astor with St. John's and
Leave at Lake City?................ ........... 3:15 p mLeave Lake :Eustis; Railway at DeLand Landing
TROPICAL AND EMI-Tn.01"lCAL Live Oak daily at.................... 7:10 p m with eLand and St. Johns; Railroad; at En-
Fruit Leave Thomasville dally at_.........-...11:15: p m terprise with A. C.,St. J. & I. R. Railroad for
Trees Plants Vines Berries Ornamental Trees Grasses etc. etc.
Arrive at Albany daily at.............. .. 1:30: a in Titusville; at Sanford with steamers for In-
Together with full descriptions of all the Arrive Montgomery via Central R.R. 8:00 a m dian River, and with trains of the South
Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R......... 2:10 p m Florida Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with
CHoicEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREESAlso Arrive New Orleans 10. L. & N. R.R. 7:30: p m the steamer Margaret of the People Line
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R?. 7:10 a m for points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River;
Price List. Send for Catalogue tow Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.... 2:2-5 a in also connecting with the steamships \ ",
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. 11. R... 6:35: a m for Key West and Havana every Monday and
: -.:::JT.VVXJJrS:: : ::: cSC SON::: DProps.: Arrive St. Lo.ils.................................... 7:40 a m Thursday,arriving at Key West l.'uesdayand
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson- Friday and Havana on Wednesday and Sat
LAIE GEORGE. FLORIDA. Jan 1 '85 ville and St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, urday. ,
and Nashville.
Returning steamship leaves H-ivana on
Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m day and Saturday,arriving at Tampa Thurs-
Arrive Jacksonville........................._ 8:05 a m day and Sunday.A .
a Leave Callahan..................................10:20 p m
ORANGE AND LEMON TREES Arrive Waycross.................................12:35 a m freight steamer of the People's or Do Bary-
Arrive Albany via B. & W. R. R......... 5:30 a m Baya Merchants' Line, leaves Jacksonville
Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 9:40 a m daily, at 6 p. m. Returning, leaves Sanford
Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. daily,at 9 a.m.
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R....... 1:35 p m
Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LECONTE PEARS, ORAPES, and a general line Arrive Jesup......................................... 2:15am For further particulars, inquire ol
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V.& G.... 6:00 a m JNO. BRADLEY, Chief Clerk.
A :eOJT.A.ee7:: : Georgetown, Fla"v Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. It. R- 8:30 a m Office, Waycross Steamboat Wharf.Jacksonville
\( lit'1t1 tf Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V. & G.R.R.12:05( m Fla.W. .
.. ,. Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R...__ 6:50 a ra M. DAVIDSON,
Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir General Traffic Agent, Astor Building.C. .
FRUIT TREES VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon; and I
via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between D. OWENS,Traffic Manager,
Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also Through Savannah, Gc.
Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and H.8 HAINKS Gen'l Manager,
TO !THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDING Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville 'IlavqnnA.h.! n..

and Cincinnati, via Jesup. -___ ___ __u __._ u I
The: orange: an.d. :Ia el'17.on: SAVANNAH EXPRESS. -

Leave Jacksonville....-....................... 9:30 p m PIAHOS&ORGANS
in other Citrus Fruits Peen-To aid Arrive Jacksonville.......... ..............-.. 8:0.5 a m
variety, Honey Peaches, LeConte and Leave Callahan ...............................10:20pm Of all makes direct to customers
Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persimmons, Figs, Guavas, Grapes, etc. Arrive Callahan................................... 7:05 a m ? from headquarters, at
Leave Gainesville at........................... 3:50 p m wholesale prices. All Roods
Arrive Gainesville .........................?.. 9:3iain guaranteed. Nomocya kM
CATALOGUE F11EE. Leave Lake City................................... 3:1 t5 p m till instruments are receivedand
Arrive Lake City.........._.......?...........llJtO a m tally tested. Write us
Orders from East Florida shipped from our Nurseries on Drayton Leave Live Oak at............................... 7:10 p mArt before purchasing.850.00 An investment to 8100.00.of 2 oet Address C ta may
Island St. Johns River. lye at Live Oak daily at............... 6:15 a m save you Nashville Ten,
Arrive ThornasviIIe............................. 7:5+)a m JESSE FRENCH, tkeSoutJL .<
Arrive Albany.....................................11:50 a m Wholesale Distributing cp't/or
A. H. NIANVILLE &, CO. Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R.... 7:21; p m __ u __ ___
A Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. IL... 7:10 a m
aug24ly Lakeland Polk County..10. Arrive Louisville via L. & N. It. R.. 2:20 p m
-... Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6.35' p m *
Arrive Ht. Louis via L. & N. R. H....... 8.-OJ p m

." .. Arrive Waycross................... ...........1235 a m
Arrive Brunswick via B. & W. R.IL. 7:40 a ra

.. -< 'f' ':,-. :.:. Arrive Jesup......................................... 3:13 a ra A FRIEND IN NEED.Dr. .
..1: ,.t...... > .i..., ,.: Arrive Savannah..........?.................... 6:15 a m
'...'::1,:,,,, Arrive Charleston.........._......_.....?..12:55 p m Hweet't*
Arrive Washington ...........................1030am I INFALLIBLE I LINIMBN T.
._, . Arrive New york................................. 5:30 p m
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N ': ""f.: Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonville Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Htephen

-. and Tampa. Sweet,of Connecticut, the natural Done Het-
: Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville ter. Has been used for more than SO years,
' I and Washington. and is the best! known remedy for Rheumatism -
: CHAS. W. DAOOSTA Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail ,Neuralgia,Sprains,Bruises,Cuts,Burns,
and :Steamship: connections, and baggage wounds and all external injuries. ? .
checked through. Also, Sleeping Car bertha SOLD WY ALL IWUGGISTfc-TRY; IT.
and sections secured at the Company's Office
In Astor's Building 82 Bay street,and at Pas-
j : Printing Ruling Binding etc. senger Station, and on board People's Line. '
Steamers H.B.Plant and Cbattahoochee and : 1
De Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson- ROIl DRYERSPXICXS

ville. F
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Cor. and Pine Street Jacksonville. General Passenger! Agent.
j Bay ft G. FLEMING. Superintendent. U'FG CO.. BURLINGTON. IOWA.

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Unrivaled Fertilizer-for Orange Trees. WM. CANNON, Royal Palm Nurseries,

Special to Orange Grower: KISSIMMEE, FLA., jK .. MANATEE, FLA.

The price of Calcined Humus Is 820 per ton _.@ _..".._...... -.J: _..:-_--: In ddition to a full line of general)
-----' nursery
delivered at your nearest depot; but to meet Agent for Hale J ol Lots I InKissimmee a "'i'n : 7B..
:::: :: .. stock adapted to the climate of Florida,we
the emergency of the present season, vERY --:2=;r = -"":;:" iffit .:: --:. are constantly receiving seeds! and plantsfrom
LIBERAL TERMS respectfully will be cheerfully solicited.given. Correspondence City 1 West t Kissimmee andRosalie ::-o- :---'- =;-'!''';:; '; '."ae---=- all over the tropical and subtropicalworld

.: many of which are Introduced for the
Address W. W. HIOKS
=.... :: ;: first time into the United States.
Fort Mason Fla.A. .
1 ; Ef.: We can only mention a few of the rare
:; plants and trees we catalogue for the fall of
E. DROUGHT, F. II. 8KKLDINO -s: :: _: 1886:
President. Cashier. =
L 7--: : -' Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose-
Also for Lands owned by :: ;; r-.-- -_ : -== Apples,Star-ApplesSuger-Apples,Cherimoyas,
> -- --- Sour-Sops, Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish
SOUTH FLORIDA RAILROAD CO., Limes,'* Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries,
ORANGE COUNTY, FLA. '.L. -:-'. -- u-'w Maumee Sapotas, Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap-

,KISSIMMEE: LAND CO., = r = ; ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizzias
and Cassias in variety, Jatrophas, Fourcrayas,
CAPITAL JC>0OOO. FLORIDA LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO Yuccas,Agaves, Dasylirions, Plumerias, Palmsin
( variety), Cacsalpinias and Poincianas, many
A.&G.C.C.&OKEECHOBEELANDCOCorrespondence lii O kinds of Ipomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas, and rare
Transacts a general Banking. business. Bamboos East
0 greenhouse plants; Antigonons, ,
Indian Pines and forest trees ; Pandamus
:Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit Veitchii, Musa Ensete ; Cyphomandra betaceathe
cashed. 8olicit d. ( "Tomato tree" of Jamaica); the "Melon
0 Shrub" and White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses
and all sorts of shrubbery in variety.Red .
"Has correspondents in all the chief towns Special' pains taken to select and suit views of buyers,either for settlement Ilnvebtnaent
o?Florida, also Seaboard Natic nal Hank and Town Lots, Orange and Fruit Lands,Cane and Rice Lands,!Stock': Pasturage Lands. Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready,
Messrs. C. Whitney& Co., New York. These Lands include all varieties of upland and lowland,and are adapted to Oranges, Lem- $2.00 per hundred, 815.00 per thousand.
llln Great Britain: The Hank of Ireland, ons,Pineapples, Bananas, Sugar Cane,early vegetables, etc., and are chiefly in the Counties New catalogue ready in October.
Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of British of St.Johns, Volusia, Brevard, Orange, enter, Levy, Hillsborough, Polk, :Manatee'and Address
North America and Melville, Evans &; Co., Monroe. REA"ONER BROS.,
London. Our lands are selling rapidly. Thousands of settlers have located on them during thepast: Box 10,Manatee,Fla.
six months. Do not delay If you want them at the present low prices.
vSc BRO. The lands of this Company are specially adapted to the culture of Tropical Fruit, Rice,
A. N. DOBBINS Sugar Cane,etc.,and are generally accessible by steam navigation. IMPROVED:
Address all correspondence about the above lands to

-VVi11iaYY": c :iaii0t1: : ,
Wilson 8trawbBrry Plants
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AA AJCDFACTIRE the Price $2. O 1000

,: Lounges in the World. _
have all the different
They -
Delivered to the wharf.C. .
Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Gutters Reclining Positions,
and can be rigidly fastened

at any angle,a feature t F. WINTON,
24 LAURA STREET, found only in their goods.
East Mandarin.
They are durable A simple -
JACKSONVILLE; - FLORIDA ,with a variety of designs -
INVALID and prices to suit. DEER ISLAND

Gunsmithing done in all its branches. CHAIR. If you want a COMFORTABLE -


Special rates on Stencil Cutting, by mail. They also make Physi-

oct 8-t cians' Chairs and Reclining OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA.
.. Rockers.
and Will SKY HABITS cared
OPIUM I at homo without pain. Book Pot Grows Semi-Tropical Fruit
particular* sent Free.

Plant and Vines.
One of the Finest Hotelsin
No Loss in Transplanting.
: : America.
Catalogue and Price List Free, on application -
All modern improvements and to the Manager. AddressA.
appliances have been placed in
the house, and no hotel in the
State is more handsomely fur- ,

nished. nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Flat
- ---- -- --
.. Finest Resort in the South.

Nnrsorios of Lake Woir Co.
The Hotel contains 190: rooms,of

p p p p p , for which the 1 110 use are are of mostly hefl the l rooms guests public; of the rooms the remainder 100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our .

< trees are very thrifty,three and four
Surf Bathing, Surf Fishing and year old stock,% to 14 inch diameter,with

. ..... ,. ,. Bicycle bead, on this noted, one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible
1 ,1Y' 4;; .1p. '. : beautiful are among the ; to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for

....AtI...-.,,.....H.,.\., -:,;.; = )leading attiactions. Catalogues. AddressE.
r.. f B. FOSTER, Manager
dec21-ly South Lake Weir Fla.
Type for Sale. ffiff-Smdi ,GL u1.Z( !_n*TERMS: Transient,per day, 3.00

800 pounds Long Primer,the type the Dispatch 1..____:. ..L....j.c.-..;p ---- to Special Families.rates by the Week and Wesleyan Female Institute.

is printing from, is offered for sale) STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.

cbe..-*, p. Address'

c. w. DACOSTA. NU 8ERYlII.1N.WATER..- ,.S-e

'<> Our stock of Fruit Trees Is large and tine, '< F-m
New u filch THE LIVER. o cry;
;;'' > and in good order. Frults"among .
-- ;: are the White Adriatic Fig, San Pedro and THEHIDNEYS.: .- .c,....!:? _

.it.. A. J. KKACII A NO:\. A POSITIVE CURE FOR ? ;-;[ ;
neD2S-l I'alA I kM, Fin. ,I "\0 :2

& '! & & & -'--- j--- i I CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA, 3 a";: .. III rmrJSICKHEADACHk O>>

I ,, n3c.o.
r I DOSE:-One to two teaspoonfuls. ? a. g. --
I Genuine CRAB ORCHARD SALTS in sealo'< 0SAMPLE81.00rorl.J'V' Opens September 22d, 1886. One of the FIRST
, k..The !! ed at 10 and 25cts. Xo r w
, packages genuine x, SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIKS IN TilE UNION.
will I Salts sold in bulk. J) n A All ele
i be mailed,securely wrapped to any address In the Crab Orchard Water Co.. Proprs. .- Departments thorough. Buildings
y Steam heat. Oas Situation
IRON United States COPIES for Three Months i S.N. JONES. Manager. Louisville Ky.HIRES' gant.
GQ on receipt of ; Ono Dollar Lib beautiful. Climate splendid. Pupils from
i eral discount allowed to Postmasters,Agents and .___ nineteen State All Important advantagesin
p'l Clubs.Tho POLICE ( AZETTK IMPROVED ROOT BEER. one greatly reduced charge. Ho trd. Wash-
00 of New York Is the MAILED OXI.Y legitimate ing, Lights, English,Latin, French,German
Illustrated Sporting and Sensational Packages 2.i cts Makes gallons Music, for Scholastic y.&r: from September
'.1. Bend for prices Journal published on the American! f of a delicious, sparkling and wholesome bev June. 8 (jO. No Ex n's. For Catalogue writeto
: and Illustrated Catalogue of continent. Apply for terms to FREE i erage. Sold by all druggists,or sent by mall RKV. Wra. A. Harris I). D., I'resldentStaunton .

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Atlanta, Ga................... 35 70 001 Champaign, 111..0''' ... .. ......i Gallton Ohio......?....,..... ... I....,....' \Lincoln, Neb.. ...-.i 91 i j156 40i Peoria, Ill_.................. 65 116 00
Atchison, .... ........, : Dalton, Oa......_...... ...... 40 80 001 Galllpolls, Ohio............ .... .......... Macon, Ga..................... 25 I 150 OOj Plttsbur. Pa......_..... ... 66 126 00
Admin, )IICh..I.. .... .....?..1 i i Dayton, O. ... ............... ... ......... Grand Rapids, l\llcb..?. I Mobile, Ala....................!.. 40 I 80 001; Quincy Ill..................... ?.... .....-..
Ann ... ......?..1 1 'Delaware Ohio.............. ... ..\ Henderson, Ky............. 5.1)) 10000 Mon1 omery. Ala...... 35 170 OOi Rome oa. ._.............? 40 80 00
Alton, IlL.................... ... ......... Defiance. Ohio............... ... ......... I Hickman, Ky.......?...... 55 .100 00 Mansfield, Ohio............1' ... ,.........I Rock Island. III............ ...... .....
Anniston, Ala............... 40 80 00 .: Mich.-..............\ 70 120 00. Indianapolis, 60( .11000 Massmon, Ohio............ ... ;i......... Rochester, N. Y.?.....?. .- 134 00
Birmingham, Ala......... 40 80 00 I Danvllle, .?M ......... Jeffersonville, Ind...... 58 108 Mt. Vernon. Ohio.......... ... .........' Sandusky, Ohio.......?... \ 11600
Bloomington, III ......... ... ........" : 111..1.I ...... ......... Jacksonville, IlL......... ... ..... 001 Memphis, Tenn........... 45 90 001 Sioux City, Iowa.....??.. ... ......?..
BurllnJrt.onJ Ia................ ...... ..1 ,Dubuque owa............' ... Joliet, ... ......... Milwaukee, Wls........?. 70 !lID OOI: Springfield, Ill......?...... ?.... .....?..
Bellevue ... ......... .Des Moines Io\va......... ...... 1..1. 111.\\ ...... .....?.. Madison, Ind....._......... ... ......... ,. St. Joseph, 1.10............... ... ..?..
BU1falo..N.: 11l..1 6i! .126 00 Denver, Col......?........... 1 250 001 45 90 00 Minneapolis Mlnn._... ...... ....... St Louis, Mo.. .............. 65 11600

Bay City ...... .......? Dixon, Ill...................... ...1........., Kenton, Ohio ...? I ... ......... 1ladlsonVls.................. ...... :.........1 Saginaw l\llch........... .. .- .. ...--
ri8tol, Tenn............._. ... ......... Elyria, Ohio.................. ..' .Kalamazoo; Mich...... '' 70 120 00 Montreal{, Canada..... ...... I........ Springfield, Ohio........... ?. .........
Cleveland 0........... .?... 70 120 00 Evansville, Ind_......... 56X.106 00 Kansas City, 1\10..._...... ...... ......... Nashville,Tenn....._..... 45' 90 00 Paul,1\llnn............... ...... ......-..
Cincinnati. Ohio.......... 55 100 00 East 8ag-Inaw,1\Uch..... ... ......... (Lansing,1\l1ch............... ...... ......... [New Orleans_............ 45 90 00 Toledo O_.....?.............. 70 12000
Cairo Ill.. ..................? 60 11000 East St. Louis, 111.......... 65 11600 ,LaCrosse, 'Vis............... ... ..... Newark, Ohio............... ... ....?... Terre l1aute? Ind...._. 60 11000
Columbus, K1.........?.. 55 100 00 Emporia, Kan.-...... ...... I 05 116200 Lima, Ohio......?..... ...... ... .....?.. /Omaha, Neb.-.. Toronto, Can................. ...
Columbus, Ohio.?........ ... Erie, Pa........................... 66 12600 'Lafayette, Ind .. ?. ... ......... Ottawa, Can..... ............ ... ......... Topeka, Ian................. 95 14800
Columbus Ga............... 35 70 00 Fort Wane, Ind.......... ... ......... Lancaster, Ohio..:...::::.:. ... .......... 1011 Pa. ....?........... 66 12600'' Urbana, Ohio................. ....
Council BlutTS, Ia....?.? ...... ......... Findlay Ohio.............. ...... ....?... Leavenwortn, Kan ...... ...... .........j City, 11. ...?_.............. ... .......... Wheeling, W.Va.......?.. 66 .126 00
Chicago, 111._?......?...? 65 116 00 tFremoni 1 ", Ohio .............. .... .. I Louisville. Ky_..........?. 55 100 00''' I Pana, 111........................ .. ......... Winnipeg, tlan............ ...... .....?..
Chattanooga, Tenn... 40 80 00 (I Fort Dodge, Iowa.......... 1 18 .170 00 Little Rock, Ark......_... 55 120 00 !Piqua, Ohio..................... ... .........


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and Live Oak.......... .......... ... ... 20 40 25' 50 ; 3060 301 601 I 37 75
Jacksonville Callahan, ... ........??....... .. ....._ \ 1 . . . .. .
Gainesville, New BranCord......_....._....................?............ ...._........................... 30 60 35 70 40 80 401 80 401 ROt . . . . . ... ..
Landings on 81. Johns river......?........_...............?.......?......_...?....?...........?...... 30 60 35 70 40 80 40 80 40,I 80r1:42 75 tai' ': . . . ... .; ... .
HtaUonllonFla.80.RynorthofandincludlngOcala............? .........?............... 3'') 70 40 8 445 00 45 90' i I 911 90 95',' . . . ;.. iRtationsonFla.80.Ry..St.J.&LE.Dlvl i- .
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. south of Ocala. ....................................,.......................... :r1 75 42 47 95 !' l 44 9Cl : . . . . .. ... .
lon...................._.........................._.. 1 7;) 42 85 47 95 49 95 I 47'[ tlI) i 4; 95 . . . .. ... .
Landings on Lake Santa Fe.......?.......?...N..?..........?go.q.?._..?.......?NINNN?....... ... ... ..1 .I ... ... 1.10.1 ..,. ..'. 10 . . . . .. ... .
Tampa?.....................11//....................................?........................,........................1 4.5 00 ljO' 100 .55' 110 5.'i 551 110 I 55 t I . . . .. ...
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Stations on J.. St. A. Atz H. R. Ry./....................,........,...................,...,,,./.......?./IY.. ... .. ...... ...! ......, ...1...... :I 37... ...75. . . .. ....

Palatka..................?.?..............,...... ........................................_............_......?.......... 3Q" 00 33 10 401 80 !O 80 40 go,1, .' . .' 0. . tf.. .. ....
St.Attguctine.............._...................,......,......-.....,............?......................,..."........? IN ... /N ...I II'I 1,1 I ...... ... 111111 I I ...1 J 1 i .....,/I ..... ...... .. . . .. . .. . .. ....
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8taUonIOnJL.akes Enstls and Harris.............N.'.:.,,.f...,,.......,.......,,,...,..,,...,... 42 85 47 95': 52\! 1 05 59 125;i 52i 1451 52 1 05 . . . .. .. .. ....

ta.ttonl on SOuth Florida RaUroad. i j I 1! 47 95 . . . ? ... ....
p From Belair to MoKinnon, inclusive .......................... ................................ ..... 40 80 45 90, 50' 1001 50 l 001 SQ10011\ ; 52 1 02 . . . .. .. .. ....
From Ktsslmmee to Acton inclusive...........................? ................. ................. 45 90, 50 100 55! 1 10 55i 1 55i; 1 101 . . . .. .. .. ....
From Plant ., tncluslve....................................................... .._ 50 1001 5,1)) 110 : 601120} 6Q 120 60, 1 i Ij l 57 62 1 2i' . . . .. .. ....
From Winter Haven to Bartow, inclusive......................................................... 55 1 10 60 120 1).1)1) 301 6h' 1 301 6.51 I SOil'I 42 8.5' . . . .. .. ....
Stations on F. R. 4 N. Co. north of and including Ocala..................:...........-.. 015 701 40 80 oz,'5 9a 001' x71 4.5 I 951' 4t 00 ". . H. .. ...
Stations on F. R. Ate N. Co. south ot Ocala.-.........................................?........., 37 75 42 8-5 47)I 95 47 9.> I . . .....
Stations on Sanford Air Indian River R. R..... .................... ..?_...?............_. .? ...... ... ....... ......I: ... ... .... ... ...... . . ......
Stations: on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic It. R......_............_......._..?....._?..?.? ... ...... ... ...... ....I I ; f ...... ... ...... ......". . .. .. ?.., ..

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Gulf points south Tampa.. .....?........_......?.............?..?...?.....?............................ ... i ...... ... ...... ... .I !: I I I I I 1

The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.

CONNECTIONS. Excess ot capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess of char Excess .

I Double dally'fast freight service t9r all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Ar-lOAd... 18 estimated at rglA 20,000'pounds rojul),shipment or 400( Standard mr' the Boxes.to one d t InAtln"of ..ntaa'O .
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Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior \

land Coast points, Including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one conslgree.: of'lrei-ht will not be required, but good order and condition of shipment
i Providence. understood between the shippers and the
{ Trl-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah will be an absolute requirement. It responsibility Is clearly shall attach for loss or damage howevf r

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies!! that no and that such loss must attach solely} to theEfnfeo
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving occasioned, unless it be from negligent be located.

Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. company upon whose line such mar faith to connections at those points will not
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this
Savannah every Thursday. be subject to correction by this Line. for insertion in
of the consignee rnut be given
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address '..
Bill Lading and on the Waybill.Single .
Saturday. will be charged at double rates.
Sailing days of Steamships are subject to change without notice. shipments to taken Western for points less Boston, New York, Philadelphia and BaIt.
I No single shipment
charged rate of con
more. IC shipped beyond they will be In addition the single package
1NFORl\IA.TION: on 8HIPPER8. lines and COlt of transfer.I .
Information tumtahed on applIcation to an7 o! the -Ien I'
To make through rates from points tributary to the above add the rates connecting Stencils shipping receipts to AgenUi ot the linesJ.or to
I For fhrther Information, 11 needed, apply
lines above rates.
to I JAMES L. TA x LOR.Trame .
The dimensions of the Standard Box for Vegetables are 8x14x22 Inches, and the weight 1- C. D. OWENS, Savannah, Ga. Gen'l Freight Agent Savannah. Ga.
estimated at.60 pound.


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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 miles from the metropolis of the State, situated on one of the

leading railroads, affording immediate transportation to Jacksonville.



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

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it it't I ", ""' a Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange
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Sumter Hernando Brevard Baker Polk & Manatee
-- S I t =:a--I' Hillsborough, ,
E K gr e I II I Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands In the State of Florida. Price
: 81/J5 to S3 per acre,according location
For further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palatka,Fla.

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Chief Clerk, Land Department. (sep2 yl) General Manager

Jacksonville and Panama Park


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Hearing Orange Groves cholce'.nulJdlng Lots and pi od Garden land near the city for sale.
Houses and Truck (;Gardens} for Rent and excellent land in lots of half an acre and upwardsin
:0.'I good: )location,for sale on monthly payments to parties who will improve.
dents.-Groves planted and taken care of houses built and improvements made for non-resi

4 i.-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. Reed's Block,Bay street City,irom 9 to 11 A.M.
At Panama Park from 2 to 6 p. M. sept3Mf!.
Cor. Bay and Pine Streets
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1*. TRAFFORD, General Manug er,


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


The Largest and Most Complete Print- hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius often miles. Their high banks
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit 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 winter home, where all the pleasures and comforts of our
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture -
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the 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-
r, wards,and will be sold on most favorable terms to improvers or settlers.

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

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 A WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County, Florida.
my office only SKILLED WORKMEN employed, guaranteeing G. M. MORRISH, Anclote nernando County,Florida.J. .
E. LAMBETH. Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida.A. .
First-class Work
to my Patrons. C. MARTIN Macklnnon. Orange County, Florida,or to
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager: ,Sanford,Orange County,Florida.

JOHN T. LESLEY, President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager LAWSON CHASE,Sec.&Treas.H1LP .

'.. '<. TA.1IPA: FLORIDA, :rAre

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reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the Ht te. Have every
, description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive
.Orcloi-H, for Engraving. Promptly: Executed. Pamphlet and newspaper. ,'tw. .

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, (Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER
W. M, LKDWITII. F. C. SOLLEE. TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1886, Trains will. leave E. BEAN
and arrive as follows:

t DEALERS IN SOUTH BOUND. Commission Merchant and Forwarder
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, .! Sz eo :o1 7 I -z So SoI" Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.
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., F. Office, No.7 Herkimer Block, 35 8 8 0 8 Branch Packing-House! AVaycross!'! Railroad Depot, aiiiCNVllIe, Fla.

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Headquarters for llalnet City Property. Leave- ;;_ PMI AK AM

I R. R. Wharf ..- ....._I 1........ ........1.I ....... ........ other Fruits and Vegetables,
Sanford.... 0 8 00!,....... 4 45 1000 8 20
! HAINES IBelair........ 3 8 101.! ....... 1571010 8 as PACKED, SHIPPED AND SOLD.
CITY. Longwood... 10 S xi I........ 5 15,.1025 9 15
. I Altamonte. 12, 830....... 5 2510| 33 938 Reliable] Correspondents in all the }principal cities of the United States.
Maitland..... 15 837......... 5 :35'10 45 10 10)
Winter Park 18 8 45j..1' 557 1055 10 30 cre en. Iemoiz:
SECURE TOWN: LOT !; Orlando.......: 22: 9 620,11 15 11 .1.5
KIssimmeeIHalnesCity..1 40, 9 45''! 5 20'' 7 10,12 05 1 15 SHAPE.

a I a '' I P.M.i PM G-row era' !3u..pp1:1.es.Haye : : .

6110 30 6 17...... ..,........ '' a full stock of rowers' Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
Healthy, High, Rolling Land with Bartow J'ncAuburndale 68:10 47 637 ........ ."..... 350: : Boxes, which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
) 72,10 57 I 650.;.. .....:....... 4 15 (Bangor) Thin Wood, Dressed! Pine Heading, Hoops, Manilla Orange Wraps, etc., etc., all of
, J..akeland".1 8,31125, 7 501........:i........ 5 40 the best quality, and cheaper than the cheapest.
Beautiful Lake Fronts.. ... 11 t.5. 820 ........:........ 635
t Sefltaer..........1031210! : 8481..i......... 7 20 Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car
, Ar Tampa... 115 12401! ; ....... 800PM(
I PM i ivt 925j..j.. I Send for Circulars and St nci18. sep14tfCALCINED

Thin it* a Hare Opportunity. to Purchase NORTH. nOUN ___ _______ ________ __ _____0--__ __ ___ _

Lots oti the Highest Tract :iel .
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Haines City is situated half-way between Leave -I-;; --;;- r --:;;; THIS UNEQUALLED

Sanford Florida and Tampa Ills and right on the South Tampa........ 0'' 2 (00..1.I 1) M,........ 6 :';0
est land Railroad. situated on the high- Seflner_...... 12 230.1; 6 05 ........l 7 IS FERTILIZER FOR ORANGE TREES #
in Florida-rich,rolling and Plant City... 22 2 50i.......1 6 40 ....... 8 2')
I healthy southward This of excellent country lies to the Lakeland.... :32! 315 ........ 1 so( ........! 11 a5 Is delivered at nearest Station,
large lakes which protect the Auburndale 43! 3 40..........' 8 00 ........, 10 20 your
tropical fruit. There is no frost here. The .
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fact of of the Indians having selected this section IHalnesCityKlssimmee.Bartow 541 47', 35.51..1. 8 8 18.' PM.I 1125........ .A.t $20 :JerrOD...
home .
country as a demonstrates be- I
yond a doubt that it is absolutely the richest I !' 5001'AM Lvi I
75 130
.., 5 40 I 9 2001
portion since it Is their aim account of
; on
Orlando. 93 5 451 6 35 I'X 320
aversion to labor, to find the most fertile Winter P'rki I' 97' 5 57 650,!........I 3(72 2501( 350 Address",
tracts; thus affording large returns from a MaltlandAltamonte."".. 100, ij 03 6 58..3: ,. 10 4 10 W. W. HICKS
very moderate expenditure of labor. .. 102 610''' 7 10........ a 25 4 37 ,
Come and see this town before else
, where. buying Longwood... 105 618'' 720..3 :3.5 515 Fort Mason, Fla.
JBelalr......... 112 6301! 738.. ....... 350 540Ar. ,
F.J. HINSON, Sanford 1151'cnibcrtoii 6 401 7 50......... 4 00 555 --- -
Haines City, Polk County, Fla. R. Wharf.... '
Bend for descriptive circular, free. 10 l uO lOfS
Ferry. Hraiicli.. F. R.R.l j
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Notary Public. Justice of the Peao a 19. 25. 20. 26.
MURRAY & McNARY.\ -1-- -- -
P.M. A.M A.M P.M.!io
5.15 :3.40Lv, I'embert'n Fery Ar 9.?) y.10,75, This is the record of a practical Indiana Sawyer, with the King of
EAST COAST LANDS 11 5.47 4.2.:);:,.........Owensboro ......... 8.58 8.2764 Saws, mado from oar Special English Tool Steel, capable of holding an
16 5.58 4.55..Dade. City.......... 8.48 80559/ edge longer than any other saw made We challenge the world to equal It.

"Halifax River," Volusla County Fla. :n 6.17 5.2'.IUchland..t.! ..... 8.30 7.2552, ,) ,, >, --r-,., .. R': '.rs
All kinds of Grove Lands, splendid Bulling 43 7.35 7.l5.Lakeland, -......... 7.40 5.t5.t.': ';oj" :y.o1- .. = -". ,
Lots on and near River. Address, wit 53 8.00 8.00':.........Plant City.......... 6.55! 4.30'Zi: '' .",. ,.i _, '" :: .. :.t. I
stamp, Ormond. Volusla County, Fla.Real 6J: 8.25 8.55'.............-eflner............. 6.25 1 3.45112 raSScf ;ft "**
dacI ya 75 8.55 9.50!( 'Arrive..Tain pa..Leave 6.00 3.040 (. l
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-, Rartow li ranch.-Dally. Price, $1.00 per foot.', including Handles and Gauge. Furc'ehed: either regular gauge or
South bound. -- North Bound. xtra thin back Any one sending this card with an order for a Saw of any length,will be presented
KISSIl\Jl\JEE: : with one of our Celebrated Criterion Saw Sets. We take this method of introducing these seta to the
Pas. Pas.!IS I <: t i t PaS. fag, users of saws. E. C. ATKINS 6 CO., SOLE MAKERS OF SILVER STEEL DIAMOND,
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A.M P.M. |A M.,P.)!.
Lands! Low Prices 11.10 4.15 0 Lv .Bartow June .ArLv I 010.40', : :3.35

Kisslmmee offers the best chances for settlers 11.25 4.35 5 .Winter Haven Arl2jl0.25 3.20
in Florida. It Is the coming district as 12.00 5.1517 Ar. Bartow. Arlnl 9.451 2.40 4 f
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all who know the Sate testify. There Is Big Lakeland Brn.llch.-Dally. :
M-iuey for Investors In Town Lots.
South Bound. North Bound.
t !:jJi Pine and Hammock LandsAt
Pas. Pas.ly I '!Pas. Pas.
reasonable prices. &frt ,10.HTATJONS.: i lAfrt'
r AINO good land for Truck Farming. A few 11. 13. Us! i I' I'' 14. i 12-
'mail Bearing Groves on tracts of trom --1-1-- '- d
Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices. AM. P.M.! I . 'P.M. A A!. 'J il--r ,
8.10 7.401 0 Lv..Lakeland .Ar: 7.00 7.20 #'L ;
1 here Groves are easily enlarged, and {afford 8.3" 8.00 7'Lv' .Ha kcn 0 Lv;, 6.32''' 6.50
a good l start. Correspondence solicited. !9.00 8.30 UAr.: .. .. Bartow ..Lvi! 6.15: 6.30:

BOWELL & uosr, .
Sanford and 1udianRivcrltaifcond.Daily
Kissimmee, Orange Co., Fla. except Sunday.

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:- Pas.Aht'. ,', STATIONS. Pas.No., I:" 3 h he

OTS SIZE 40x100 FEET, $4. 23. I 24. I
INjLakeriew -- -!-- -:- -

on Kingsley Lake F n R I DA o p.m 5.00llv.., .......Sanford,.........ar a.nii 7.tOi, I 17
s. S50 buys 5-acre 3 5.171 .......IFort Reed........ 7.23 '14
tract' for 5 5.25',....... ..JHutledge......... 7.15;1 (112

|Ali ORANGE 2 cent stamp GIIOVI2.Send for Map.etc.., to 17 __i_6.05_,_Ar._...._._._.Ovldeo_ __ __..._.u._..__lv __6.3.5:: _____ _0

TROPICAL LAND ('0.. J Flag Stations. Trains No.: 3, 5, 'J and 7
j P. O. Box 158, Jacksonville, I In. Daily except Sunday. Nt. t and 2 Dally.
\ 1 rains No. oj, 6,10 and 8 Dally except Sunday. /
EX-GOV. Geo. F. Drew
REFER TO Lakeland for
I Jacksonvilleand H.ee.\ Train No. stops at '-.r r r'd 'i
I Trains No. H and 20 Hall) Trains! :-:0.21: and {',ilk f'I'tlU. '
McLean St.
& 22 Dally exceptunday.; .
, nov9-ly Connects at Sanford with Sanford and Indian
River Railroad for Ovldeo and points on
Lake Jessup; with the People's Line and
DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamers t.:. B. KOGEKS.
D. tOH
Jacksonville and all intermediate pointson
JOYCE & HUNT SU Johns River,and with Steamers for Indian D. D. ROGERS & CO.
River and Upper St. Johns. .
At Kissimmee with Steamers for Fort Myers DKALEKS: IN
31 Whltaner St.,Savannah, Oa. and Bassnger! ,and points on Kisslmmee river.
At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern i 1\1.1 E1 rr .A.. :I.:.. Ft C> C> F' I JSr G- ,
DEALERS IN Railway for all point North East and West,
1 NEW HOME and other Machines, attachments and at Bartow with the f
i and parts for all macnines, Oils, Nee- Railway for Fort Meade and points South. State Agents for E. Van Noorden A C'o'sME'rALIC
dies, etc. Also Pianos, Organs and Vapor Through Tickets sold at all regular stations S Ii IN G L E S.
Cook Stoves, Just the thing for summer use. paint North. Cast and West.FREDERIC.
tt nd for catalogue. H. RAN D, 71 West Bay street JACKSOKVIUJE FLA.
Gen'l Ticket Agent, ,


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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, lorida, Alabama, the South and Southwest.

First-Clasy Passenger Accommodation<< HIGH GRADE CONCENTRATED MANURES
No Transhipment f* 43" No Extra IlundllnK

Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion $33.00; Steerage, 812, Orj

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The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from O en zL

Boston every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows. : 00-=

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CITY OF MACON, Capt, Kelley...........................?...?........,....Thursday, April 15,at 3:30 p.m '" ; -
GATE CITY Hedge............................................?..........-Thursday, April L J,at 9:00 p. m \ 00
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..............?............................... Thursday, April 29, at 2:30 p. m 0
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge..?...?...........?.........?........................... Thursday, May 6,at 7:30: p. m ze
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley....?.......?..............?...............?.Thursday, May 13,at 2:00 p. m
GATE CITY Hedge.-....... .. ............................................Thursday, May 20,at 7:30 p. m c: r
CITY OF MACON, Capt. KeI1e ..................................................Thursday, May 27, at 1:00 1>.m '
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge........... ................................................Thursday, June 3,at 6:30: p.m rn
CITY OK MACOf Capt. Kelley..............................................Thursday, June 10. at 12:30 p. m 0' W E .
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.....?......?..................................?........Thursday, June {7, at 6:30 p. m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.........................................?,...Thursday, June 24,at 11:00 a. m ARl: TIlE BEST IN U8E.:
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge............................?...........................?..Thursday, July 1,at 5:30: p. m
In his article culture in the trade edition
1'rof. Isaac Stone, on Orange of the Times Union,
Through Bills of Lading and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia Savannah, Florida Oetoberlb5) ,says: "(If all the fertilizers used"' on some 15,000treesthe f'lark'sCove Orange-
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the Waycross Short Line. Tree Food gave better results than any other used." Send for Pamphlet and full particulars
(Florida Dispatch)and the Steamers of the b Island Route. t

W. H. RINu Nlckerson's Wharf, Boston. dec7-tf WIGHTMAN & CHRIST..____OPHER__n,_ _,_State_ Agents.:
For Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON A BARNARD, Agents, Savannah, Ga.
For Tickets apply to connecting lines. -VVXL.L.I.A..1\I.I: : : : : .A... :J3-rJFI.3: : ,
(Successor to J. E. Hart,)

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

T J'JM: E -1t'Olt- <3r.A.Ft.JE: ] E.EEJS.:

55 to 60 Hours I I\ 11L I handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free
on application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In

: Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat, {
J. E. Tygert & Co.'s 4 Star Brand Fertilizers. ,:

Guiu'ii lite eel AnnlYt!
Steamship Company
Comprising ORANGE g pp'TREE and VEGETABLE

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

Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y OfK. MURIATE\ OF POTASH'IRACL l l SULPHATE POTASH,

rn or from New York, Cabin, fJO; Steerage, f 10; Excursion (return ) : .
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC.

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. Prices on application. July 27 tlSCOFIELD'S

NACOOCHKE, Capt. Kempton.......................?...................................Friday,July 26:00 m ------
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .......?........................?.......................vunday,July 4_ 8:00a.: p. in
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt Nlckereon............................................Tuesday,Jul>' 6- 9:30a. in I IRON WORKS
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett...................................Friday,July 0-12:9)) p. m
CHATTAHOOGHEE, Capt. Catharine.......?.........?..........................Sunday,July 112:30 ra
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Kempton........?.......?........?.......?...................Tuesday,July 13:- 4:30 p. in
TALLAHASSEE, Capt Fisher;........?........................ ......................Friday,July JG- 6:00: p. ra Adjoining Passenger Depot, JJI.ACON; (.A. Manufacturers of the old and well knownSCHOFIELD'S
CITY OP AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson............................................-Sunday! ,July 187:30: a p.. ra .
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. II. C. Daggett.................................Tuesday,July 20- 8:30 a. m
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine....?........?........ ...,,..? .........Friday,July 23-IthW: a. m PATENTED
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Kempton..........................?..........?......,....!..!....... Sqnd y,July-12:30: p. m
TALLAHASSEE'' !, Capt. Fisher,......................,.......,,_..........:..:.......Tuesday, Julv -7- 2:30 p. m -
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckercon........,._ .....?..,.:....:......,....Friday,July 305:00: p. m EMPIRE PREMIUM COTTON PRESSThe


[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.] most substantial,best built, and fastest packing COTTON PRESS on the market. Packswyathernodr'sht
DESSOUQ, Capt. Smith-........... ............................................... ....Sunday July 48:00: a.m and
Portable and Steam Boilers
DESSOUG, Capt.Smith...........................................?.....................Wednesday,July 14- 5:00 m eram:: Stationary Engines ,
DE8SUOG, Capt. Smith.......................................?.....?.......?.........Saturday, July 24-12:00: p.n'n power. All sizes and styles-4 to 100 horse power. Shafting Pulleys, Hangers, Mill!! Gear ,
DESSOUG, Capt.Smith..............?..........................................Wednesday,August, 49:00 a. m Ing and Machinery a specialty. Hancock Inspirators, the best boiler feeder known
and acknowledged standard. Iron' Pipe and Fittings, Engine Trimmings Brass valves
THESE PALACE STEAMERS\ Whistles, Lubricators, Rubber and Leather Beting,and everything pertaining to Foundry
Machine and Mill Supply business. Address '
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and

Offer to the Traveling Public and the Shippers Sea Island advantages Route. equalled by no other line. J. S. SCHOFIELD & SON, Proprietors
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North, East and Northwest .
rla Savannah. For further particulars apply to

Pier No.85 North River, New York.
City Exchange
J. Building,Savannah, Ga.
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia. ... .
J. D. HA8HAGEN.apply Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida & Western Ry. Co.,261 Broadway N.Y "'-.j'" .
For Tickets to connecting lines. .
H. R. CHRISTIAN. Gen'l Soliciting Agent.


POWDER Printing Ruling Binding etc.
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it. I 1'Ioto sneboleraan all duuee ot .u. Is orth Its wslg i, In told.
pidL.D!, do,.'r whre..01' un man for D5 oente h\ .tamp. 11. ib. alr Iliu.treted.ttght tmcant book, $1 bV Oor. Bay and Pine Street Jacksonville.
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