The Florida dispatch

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The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title:
Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Florida Dispatch Line
Creation Date:
October 18, 1886
Publication Date:


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


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

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Clius. IV. DaCosta ) Jacksonville Fla. October 18 1886. ''Ellltablishec1 18G9.
Proprietors. Monday, i
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:plondiana now the size of a green walnut, though tion, one of the gentlemen took his the beach on which we stood, we drank
the Mediterranean Sweets and Navel stand on the bow of the boat, gig in the cool refreshing water and laughed .
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CAMPING FLORIDA. varieties are much larger. This placeis hand, ready for any stray fish we at the antics of the children as they
a striking illustration of the fertil- might meet, bis position reminding one dug busily in the sand "making .
Beauties of Nature in the Tropics. ity of good hammock land in Florida, of Neptune with his trident ; we could springs." Suddenly the huge drops
Spearing Fish--Summer Storms.
The Reeling Season--Lake George. though much neglected, as to general but hope for the success that should came pattering from a dark cloud
Pine Islands --Water Protection. cultivation orange trees being the absorbing attend the god of the sea. The water that was rapidly approaching,
Thrifty Farmers, etc. interest, yet every evidence of was calm and beautifully transparent, however, deciding we would do betterto
It has been our custom to spend a good conditions of growth is present. and "see fish, see fish," exclaimed lit- go before the storm burst in its furyas
few weeks at this place each year, but From fig cuttings sent us from Cali- tle Nettie, when with one well directed it momentarily threatened to do.
heretofore it has always been in the fornia during our first year here, thereare lunge a huge gar fish was landed in The whitecaps were dashing high on

winter when oranges were ripe and a number of fine trees now in fruit. the boat, and as quickly decapitated.These .i the other,.shore?-*-,? and the wind propelling }- '-H ...
picking and packing the same was the Teach trees*have gone wild entangled fish are a great nuisance in these the clouds at a great rate, but the
engrossing occupation. This year, ,in the bushy growth along the lake waters ; they prey upon other and bet- oarsmen feathered their oars with a
however, a couple of friends ished to shore and still are laden with peaches.The ter fish, and are the cause of much will, and we had a race with the wind,
make a change of scene, the base for old original patch of asparagus, profanity among the fishermen who nearing the point from which we set
needed lest and recreation, and so this which during our first year here find the gar has been in the net, to the out minus a straw hat, but with the
midsummer time finds us on the banks seemed peculiarly homelike, and whichwe great detriment of 'the same. The clouds still gathering, and looking so
Lake George,"camping out in a house" accordingly cherished, has held its next haul was a stingaree, a flat pan- ominous we lost no time getting backto
but quite comfortably withal, as we own notwithstanding utter neglect and cake looking affair, as large around as the house. Fortune favored us even
left here sufficient furniture to admitof the feathery sprays stand tall and a dinner-plate, with a long, slender then, as we gathered round the table to
house-keeping and the bachelorin green under the shade of the live oak appendage flopping wildly about as have a lunch declaring we could not
charge gracefully waives his com- and palmetto. Running riot over the he lay helpless on the bottom of the wait for supper, which ceremony was
forts and conveniences for the ladiesof paling fence around the lake front, is a boat ; the weapon or sting was quicklycut hardly coucluded, before the rain fell
our party. The orange trees perfect wreath of grapevine drap- from his stingareeship and handed in torrents and without intermissionuntil
here are looking fine, and one can but ery, passion flower vine, all inter- around for our inspection. It is truly bed-time. The rainy season is at
realize that the theory of water pro. mingled with the graceful fans of formidable, we decide, as we note how its height in this climate now. A
tection is based on actual fact. This the palmetto and shrubs of various cleverly the slender toothpick-like in- shower can be expected every day at
theory is in substance, that a locationto kinds. The prettiest nook we found, strument is set with hooks that present about the same hour, for several days,
the south or west of a body of just up the beach, was formed of a their smooth points as they enter the alternating with a few days of fair
water, is materially protected from perfect lattice-work of Cherokee rose flesh, but rend and tear fearfully as theyare weather followed by the reappearanceof
the effects of the cold waves that do and passion flower, the fruit of the extracted. This was a curiosity showers later or earlier than before.
visit occasionally even this favored latter hanging in profusion from the worthy a place in the cabinet at This, from the first or middle of June
peninsula. The presence of the humidity slender stem, and with its golden tint home, and accordingly stowed away until the middle of September, as one
due the proximity of so large a making a rich contrast to the striking with the formidable looking head of can well imagine, makes vegetationgrow
sheet of water as Lake Georgebeingthe purple and green fringe of the blos- the gar fish which we designed for the very luxuriantly ; vines especi-
second lake in size in the State, som. This fruit is edible and highly same repository. "There there! 0, ally seem to know no limit. As we
Lake Okeechobee alone exceeding it esteemed by some, but it has a decidedly see that immense cat," and with a have said, this lake is the second in
in size-is very appreciable as to tem- "loud" smell, causing it to be thud came the monster flounderingand size in Florida, Okeechobee alone exceeding -
perature generally. Several fine somewhat unpopular. Last evening, thrashing fiercely invthe cubby- it in extent, and when the
lemontrees[ near the house are very no- after a very warm day, we all strolled hole under the bow. The next haul farther shore is veiled from sight by
ticeable by reason of their flourishingstate down to the point, and some one sug- was a fine trout, while stingarees sombre haze, it does not take much
while the greater part of that gested that we go across to Aqua Clara seemed just waiting to be speared, as stretch of the imagination to fancy
variety of the citrus family was much branch and visit the spring at its no less than half a dozen were dispatched one's self at the sea-side. The breezetoo
injured if not killed entirely in many mouth. After the boat was well before we reached the spring. is cool and refreshing, and the
localities. The orange trees here have trimmed by placing. the ladies and Here we all landed, and while ad- passing steamer helps to keep up the
this year an average crop, the fruit is children of the party in proper posi miring the high bluff over-hanging illusion, as we sit and watch ita stately

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progress through the lake. f As even- protected them as also the nursery Poultry Feeding Young Chickens.

ing approaches boat loads of fisher- stock, seemed fairly overwhelmed with Give no food for about twenty-four

men come across, placing their nets in new growth. Five miles further on Food for Poultry.In hours after they are hatched, then

readiness for a haul of mullet.]] This fine our homeward way, we reach anotherof feed hard boiled eggs crumbled very
a state of nature fowls live en-
fish is very plentiful in Lake Georgeand these oasis. This approached by a fine. After three or four days feed
food and
tirely graingreen worms,
catching and curing the same for succession or hills, is perhaps one hun- upon oat meal, bread crumbs soaked in
but when domestciated a different plan
market is quite an industry. A partyof dred and seventy-five feet above the milk, and the egg once a day until
is requisite. Soft food is a great help to
fishermen recently took (975)) nine level of the sea, which, for Florida, is I the of of ten days old. Young chicks shouldbe
promotion laying or putting on
hundred and seventy-five of these fish quite high land. This reminds one ofa fed at least four times daily. Soon
flesh, and it should always be given as
in one night ; the fish sell at eight vast park, the oak interspersed with you may begin to feed a variety, in-
first feed in the
a morning as soon as
dollars per hundred, so one can realize the tall pines, and these varied by a possible after daylight. Any of the cluding meat, one part middlings,and

there may be money in it., The life ofa growth of hard woods, hickory, mag- mentioned will two parts ground oats, mixed with
grain already answerif
fisherman is one of exposure and nolia,bay, etc., surrounding, in two in- fresh or sour milk, and seasoned to
ground up, but it is essential to have
hard work, with frequent streaks of stances at least, delightful springs of taste. This should be cooked like
the meal, fresh, sweet and good.
"no luck," consequently the "profes- water. bread, and crumbled fine for them.
Ground oats (not oat-meal but the
sion" is not overcrowded. The ama These miniature hammock lands are Soon begin to give them wheat and
oats ground up, husk and all) is the best
teur fishermen of our kept us cracked corn. Fresh water should
party rich and fertile and will not long remain thing I know of.. This a veyr com

well supplied with mullet, trout, bass, as is now the case, the retreat of mon food in Surrey and Sussex, but always be kept within reach of- all

etc., even offering to treat us to 'gator the numerous wild animals that roam it is sometimes difficult to get in other fowls, young or old.Brown .

steak, this) 'kindness was, however too .
the "Big Scrub, but will no doubt be Millers will sack
places. grind a or
much and we declined with thanks. On Leghorns.The
utilized in
a more advantageous man- two, if ordered, but the oats must be
our return we intend stopping>> for a ner. There has already been surveyeda individual who first gave this
plump and dry, and the stones newly
few days at Pine and Hughs islands truly meritorious breed the cognomen
railway which will bring both dressed. If this is given as soft food I
the only islands we know of surrounded these islands into prominence on the "laying machines," did not require a
would then omit the oats from the corn
by other than water. These are situ- very elastic imagination to affect sucha
route. People are waking up to the mixture. Barley meal, coarse wheat :
ated in the Big Scrub, the first Pine fact that other agricultural pursuitsare title for single comb brown Leg
meal, and buckwheat meal are all good
. island being some five miles from the horns. Some few of the larger breeds
as profitable as orange-growing,
foods, and a good mixture can be
lake, a lovely spot fertile pine land, and already diversified hubandry has made of oats may, during the entire year, lay an
one part ground one
heavily timbered, and with half a dozen received a new impetus in this State. meal buckwheatmeal equal weight of eggs, but it is con-
part barley one part
families making a little world of their The recent freeze has been a great and ceded by all well-informed farmers
one part boxing or pollard.
own on this isolated spot. On .this and breeders, that none will yield the
calamity bearing
upon many ; After mixing well together, take out

island is a natural curiosity worth a I yet to the State at large it promises to as much as is wanted for one feed and number, or keep up such a continualflow *
visit. An immense sink hole some be a blessing in disguise. The devel- of eggs the year round. Theyare
into tub with boiled
put a pail or any
hundreds of feet across and perhaps opment of new resources and the appli- handsome, lively, vivacious, non-
that be
meat etc.
potatoes, scraps, may
seventy-five feet deep, thickly studded cation of more intelligent methods, available, and in wet or cold weathera setting, and will usually hatch a largerper

from top to bottom with hammocktrees mean rapidly increasing wealth fcr the small quantity of stimulating pow- cent. than any other breed. Theyare

linterlaced with vines forming good foragers, and very seldom
a State, and a more abundant prosper- der. Then hollow out the center a
dense shade over the natural basin suffer from the ravages of the numer-
ity for its citizens. Before the war the little and pour a little boiling water-
hollowed out for some considerable ous poultry ailments with which fan-
South had slaves and cotton
,some men mean-into it.
actually boiling, we
distance along one side of the rock, made more were ciers have to contend. They also
money very poor. Stir with wooden
strong or
which here out covered only make good broilers, and have all the
crops Since the war there has been a pro- stick and the water and
keep adding
with soft moss, and tender frondsof necessary market fowl qualifications.Wheat .
green gressive development unparalleled in
stirring until it is all moistened 4
many different species of ferns, the and that is shared
history, a prosperity
through. It must not be sloppy, but screenings and oats shouldbe
water constantly trickling and over most and felt all. S. T. L.
by by moist that it will stick
crumbly so just the principal food of hens in hot
flowing its sides. This basin is the Palmetto Point on Lake George, Oct. 8, 1886.
.. .. together if made into balls. Give to weather to secure eggs.
of and cool
receptacle as a draughtas
the birds as hot as possible, and in 4
was ever quaffed, and it is always A special report on the industrial
It is have
dishes, except the feeding place is important to thechicken-:
with a regretful sigh that we wind our progress of the South will be issued
house cleaned
cemented or flagged, when it may be thoroughly kept so
way up its steep sides, a sigh that such by the Bureau of Statistics. The hot weather.
thrown down, one ball at a time, stop- during
springs are not more common here. chapter on Florida will be of special .
ping immediately the birds to
A thirty-acre corn f field is also one of interest, with a description of the appear Most of the diseases of chickenscome
have lost their In additionto
the attractions of Pine Island this marvelous growth of the orange, from neglect, impure water irreg-
the ordinary meals there are several
year. One of the most successful cocoanut, banana and honey interests. ular feeding, and filthy quarters.
prepared foods, which are largely sold.
farmers in that region is this year The Florida orange crop of next season, I. 4
These will be found first-rate for spe- As the heat grows, lessen the
outdoing himself, as he has heretoforehis it is said, is expected to amount to
cial purposes, or mixing with the ordi- amount of food, change it often and
neighbors, stimulated thereto, no 1,000,000 boxes.
nary meal, and can be purchased from give plenty of pure water.
doubt, by the efforts of the "freeze," .. .. .
agents in every town.-Steven Beale,
which made almost a clean sweep of The immense ovster beds on Indian in Rural World Corn is not good feed for laying

his orange trees-proving again how river which have been a source of hens in hot weather ; it heats and fat-

much there is in selecting a suitable wonder to the tourist, and terror to Every hen should pay one dollar tens them and thus prevents egg pro-

location for this industry-he is, how- the inexperienced navigator cruisingin profit. -... I I, duction.* 4

ever, one of those farmers who "liveat their vicinity, are beginning to at-
Chicks should have fresh water two Good sharp gravel, broken shells
home" and his cattle are penned ; tract the attention of enterprising men

(his sweet potatoes attesting) for a from distant sections. The question of or three times a day. Keep it in the and pounded charcoal, are good for

shade. your hens ; be sure that they have a
double purpose, viz: The fertilizing of building a canning factory is being .. .-

his crops, as well as the milk and but- discussed, and a steamer intended to If chickens are confined, they needa full supply.. ...

ter. transport the aforesaid bivalves is now dust-bath fully as much in hot If your chickens are confined to

v The peach and plum trees were bend lying in Mosquito\ lagoon awaiting the weather as in winter ; if the soil in yards, have the yards on the north

ing under their loads of fruit, and the completion of the new canal, so that their yard is not 'suitable make them side of your chicken-house ; or, have

orange trees, whose sheltered situation she may get at her field of operations. one. plenty of bushes in the yard, for shade.

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: etin.THE ORGANIZE. twenty-five fruit and truck-growers to
7VIarI; IFIIi a.tion.
one merchant, and during the season =

EXCHANGE. The Freight and Commission Ques- the smallest truck-grower will ship as SUB-IRRIGATION.
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH. many packages as an average mer-: -
Experience and Suggestion. Mr. Cole Not First to Practice it.
chant during the yet he
I would suggest to T. S. Johnson, year pays
of and C. N. Porter of double and treble as much for freightper -

I am glad to see that the policy of South Lake Weir, a remedy for ex- package. I think that in claiming subirrigation -

the Flonda Fruit Exchange is being horbitant freight rates and bad com- p i to be his idea, Mr. A. V. Cole

agitated. Last year they sent me a mission men, to-wit : join local Fruit and Vegetable Organizations.We takes to himself credit not justly his.

stencil and I gave them twa ship- your observe a tendency in the inte- Colonel Geo. E. Waring, Jr., our san-

ments ; they did not do as well by me Fruit and Vegetable-Growers' Associ- rior counties to form local organiza- itary authority in this country, prac-
commission in Boston ation, if have one, if not, then
as my men ; you tions of fruit and vegetablegrowers.These ticed this method of irrigation previous -
however, as I had shipped to the latter organize immediately. Connect your to 1875. You will find in his

place for several consecutive years, I local society with the county society, may be useful if they do not work entitled "The Sanitary Drainageof
and had become too much. We doubt if there "
they acquainted with : which will or has already connectedup attempt Houses and Towns, on pages 196
my fruit and knew it to be ,good, I will be found to be any advantage to 200, description and plan of sub-

thought that might make a difference.At with the State Fruit and Vegeta- whatever in more than one central irrigation as practiced by himself.

another time a friend shipped a ble-Growers' Association which was organization. What is needed is con- Evidently Col. Waring has a prior

large lot to the Fruit Exchange of recently formed at Ocala. claim over Mr. Cole to this idea, and,

inferior fruit and he received a good In disposing of fruit or vegetables, centration of pow(-r and concentrationof too, the idea was not original] with

price for his. Of course the market interests. In unity there will be Col. W., as he had it from a Mr.
either the Fruit
support Exchange, or
may have been better when his was strength. A State Exchange, con- Moule. E. C. PIKE.San .

sent in, but I fre9uently heard the remark by comparing notes,and discussions in trolling half or three-fourths of the :Mateo, Fla.,Oct.4, 1886.

made dunng last year's ship- your associations, you can cast off at Sub-irrigation is by no means a new
fruit of the State, will have far more
ping season, "The Fruit Exchange once the worst commission men and invention but has been practiced for
will do well for small potential power than any number of
very growers then gradually eliminate the others years gardeners. But the plan of retaining -
and those who have poor iruit, but if local organizations. To be effective
till clean the whole t the in
you out present water trenches as a supply
a man has a large grove of fine fruit, there must be time and money ex-
he can do better than to send them gang or until they will at least agreeto of The against drought, has perhaps been
pended-salaries agents, etc.
his fruit." This, in addition to, the divide profits with you. Now as to first put in practice by Mr. Cole. At
will be limited if concentrated
fact that I was acquainted with one the railroads. Lay the old political expense any rate,he has obtained a patent upon \
stockholder in the Exchange who in one organization, but will be too
pat- party issues aside and only sup- this feature of his system.ED.Sprinkling. .
ronized New York commission men, expensive to be borne by a number of
port and work for such men to e4
all the rep-
was information desired for smaller societies. The Fruit Exchange -
last season.I resent you in the next legislature who .

would like to inquire what ad- are in favor of a Railroad Commis- is, we think, based upon the In using the sprinkler, which must

vantage No. 1 fruit well packed has sion and other such legislation as will most economical system for the gen- be used to wet the surface in order to
and inferior fruit when eral good. It be that a similar
over common may
the seeds in
bring weather
keep the railroads from depopulating up dry ,
sent to the Exchange? Is this fruit Exchange to handle vegetables wouldbe
how the officers ,..the State, which they will do in another and to wet such plants as grow too
sampled, or can of this I servicable, but no local society or
organization tell whether the brandsare five years, unless there is some check thickly to allow making furrows be-
afford the
genuine? It strikes me that as the put upon their insatiate greediness. organization can expenseof tween the rows, such as onions, lettuce,
salaried officers with in
FLORIDA' DISPATCH has on more than FELI strawberries and others. When wat-

one occasion endorsed the Fruit Exchange Lake Weir Florida,.Oct.. 4,1886.Comparative '. the great commercial centres. At all tering in this way, it is desirable to

as worthy of patronage,also said events it is better to try one system or
Rates.F. have
a high pressure upon the water,
some good things for their consideration plan effectually and thoroughly before
,it would be an excellent idea for the D Pooser, of Ocala, President of say sixty pounds to the inch, so as to
embarking in new plans, soon also to
Fruit Exchange to give the growers the Marion County Fruit and Veg-- throw the water twenty or thirty feet
be laid aside Mirror.
through the same paper some idea of etable-Growers' Protective Association, .4 from the sprinkler, thus enabling the
their and intentions.
policy thus states the case : Disposal of the Crop. hoseman to reach a wide breadth on
As the DISPATCH is read by
grower of consequence in the State The freightfrom Ocala to New York Where fruit-growers have not per- each side of him, and also occupyingless

they can be reached in this way. and Eastern markets is forty-five cents fected thoroughly good arrangementsfor time than when the water is

In the meantime, the commissionmen per crate, of one bushel or less, ninety disposing of their oranges this fall under less pressure.
are not idle and what is done .
cents barrel barrel 4
per or crate, sixty
and winter and know from
should be done if there is
. quickly, anything Artesian Water.
cents per box of oranges. Our own such will do to depend
to be gained by the State of arrangements -
Some time since Mr. Wm. P. Neeld
Florida through this organization.A roads get one-third of this amount upon, our advice is to sell the ,

word to the wise is etc. from here to Gainesville and Callahan, fruit on the trees.-Palatka New8. of Pinellas, Fla., asked the following

M.. H while the other lines from there on get questions through the columns of the

Orange City, Oct.3. the balance, two-thirds. Over the Atlantic The Orange Crop. DISPATCH :."Does artesian, and espe-
In regard to discrimination as to
Coast Line this freight passes Messrs. Pancost &Griffiths estimate cially sulphur water, answer as well
quality of fruit in market ManagerIves
over seven distinct lines of transportation that the Florida orange crop will be for irrigating purposes as common surface -
says that while it is not examinedand I
giving each less than five cents short from a fourth to a half of last water ?"
classified at the
receiving pointsin
Florida which would interfere with per crate, while our road gets fifteen year's production, according to lati- As a rule, artesian water in this

the and cents, less than nine cents per barrel, tude, the"rusty" fruit largely predom- State is impregnated with sulphur. So
prompt forwarding require a
while our road gets thirty cents, five inating ; the really 'bright" Floridas far as our observation has extended it
large force; but the fruit is opened
at destination by the Exchange agent up cents per box on oranges, while we will be very scarce. There will be very seems to be quite as desirable for pur-

get twenty-five cents. Is there any little fruit in Louisiana this year. poses of irrigation as pure soft water-
and sold on its merits. Although sev-
reason justice in this state of affairs ? According to these gentlemen the indeed, some claim that it has the additional
eral lots of different quality
may go Our merchants can lay down a barrelof Mediterranean crop is short. Storm good quality of ridding trees
forward in one car they are all -
separated flour from New York to this place has decreased the Jamaica crop. The and plants of insects by the action of.
examined and sold according to
weighing two hundred and fifteen reports from California are more favorable the sulphurous gasses it contains.

quality. ., pounds for fifty cents, while the trucker ; some blight injury, but proba-

Indian River gardeners are puttingin has to pay ninety cents to get his bar- bly a fair yield. Therefore, with fair The commission man's drummer

cukes and tomatoes. Merit's Island rel of cabbage, weighing ninety or one rates from the Pacific, it looks as if it walketh abroad in the land. He says

and Lake Worth usually are first in hundred pounds, to New York or other would be a good season to test ship- the Fruit Exchange is a small affair

market. They are practically below Eastern markets. ping California fruits through to our and the auction plan is a failure-believe -

the frost line. Why is this ? There are are at least Eastern cities. him? .

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VIiscell z There is no better evidence of sub- The The Outlook.
] 1.l1 eous &r.
stantial wealth, vigorous growth and Eighteen hundred and eighty-six

The Word "Hammock." real worth in a country than an able, Indian Millet. will prove to have been a success-

candid, harmonious and well supportedpress. ful for agricultural
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: year industryin
Through the courtesy of Mr. J. H.
If the word "Hamak" means in As a citizen of the bannerour and out of Florida. Good corn
language "a little field not Stoney we publish the following letter :
any why local papers, (and among them the have been made, and only
always spell the word that way since CANNONVILLE, GARFIELD Co.,
,"hammock" has a well defined mean county, am well pleased with some of UTAH, August 13, 1886. }J require the work of harvesting, which

ing among English-speaking people Record takes no second place,) and I Rev. J. H. Stoney, Daytona, }la.: has already commenced. The cotton

and very different from anything likea am truly proud of our State agricul- Your favor of July 31st came to me crop ranks well-both of the 1 1. ng and
field or kind of land. Hamak is tural journals, and think Mr. Codrington by the last mail. You wish to know short staple varieties. The season has
phonetic, a consideration that oughtto of the about the culture of Indian Mil
Agriculturist, of DeLand, more been an exceedingly fine one for the
go long way towards its general let. In the first I it the of
and Mr. Manville of the DISPATCH gave name
sweet potato ,and this fact will a
adoption by our sorely tried writers, Indian Millet because the Indians use crop go
proof-readers, students, etc., of English are both skilled laborers in that line- it for bread, and because it is e*s' n. long way towards diminishing the expenses -
spelling. We cannot get rid of the experts; "the right men in the right tially a mil Jet. [It is very palatable for breadstuffs and stock feed

word, let's spell it so as to indicate place," and the DISPATCH, under Mr. as a bread, and is highly prized by the during the next year. The orange

what it means, not in a way indicating Manville's able management, has Indians ; and.1 will say they are per- crop has been gradually showing up
something diffeient. chosen well-marked fectly healthy when they use it as their
a improvementand favorably the of
TV. E. DIUSCOLL. more as season ma-
bread diet while they not when
Bedford, Ind.,Sept.27 '86."Hammock" is now a paper that no Floridiancan they use fine wheat flour. It does not turity advanced, until now, it is confi-

is the specific name ofa afford to do without. Every num- need any culture in .a country where I. dently believed that we will have be-

certain kind of timber-land in Florida ber is filled with pertinent, valuable, it rains. In localities subject to much I tween one-half and two-thirds of a

. and the Gulf States ; it has been and mostly original matter, well class- rainfall it will not thrive except on full crop, compared with the previousyear.

. thus applied since the early settlementof ified and arranged for reference. very sandy soil, such as is found on Truck-gardeners are hard at
the borders of the lakes. It
the and great
country perhaps im Long live our noble agricultural work preparing to get good returns
thrives well in a warm climate, as it
possible to determine its origin with journals, and may they continue to also does in a cold climate. It also from a fall crop, and strawberry

certainty. It is certainly quite impos- furnish a bulwark of strength to our makes the best feed of any of the growers have utilized the present

sible to change the name now even in whole State and to its varied interests.S. grasses. But to prepare the seed for favorable weather for putting out
this matter of spelling. Indeed we see market is a very difficult task, and is
Bigelow, of Sanford, Orange Co., thousands of plants. Altogether, the
done the Indians
mostly by which
no good reason for doing so ; it is sanc- in Orlando
Daily necessarily makes the seed high in outlook for the farmer, fruitgrowerand

tioned by common usage upon which Let Your i.4 Light Shine.If price, so that it ranks in price with truck-gardener, is encouraging,
all language rests, and by which it Lucerne here at from ten to
have kind of business twenty and the success of these industriesmeans
grows and develops ; an authority on you any cents per pound. It weighs the sameas
the success and prosperity of the
that needs public to sustainit
which dictionaries are based and to patronage wheat. I am well satisfied it will
which all questions of derivation are do not fail to bring it before them do well on the poor sandy soils of your country generally.-The Spring.Shingles. .
through the medium of your State pa- State, especially on the hillsides, as it 4
subordinate. The that it has
objection .
do best here
People who are interested in seems to on the poorest
also quite another meaning might be looking soil. I think it
Florida are looking for all you may sow Throughout the State sawed shingles -
raised regarding half the words in the possible any time in the year in your State. It are taking the place of rived
information. The FLORIDA DISPATCHand
English language. If the same class is a very hardy perennial, coming up however less
Agriculturist are our two agricul in the spring with the earliest of all shingles. They are, far
of lands were to be found elsewhere to
tural papers, the former being wholly the grasses. If you at any time wishto durable whether made of pine or cypress -
which another and more generallyused Floridian, and devoted to the interest send orders for seed, send them early though the latter is more satis
name was applied then the use of in June, as it ripens early in June. factory than the pine. Rived and
of those who till the soil ; every sub-
Hammock would be condemned Yours truly,
as a drawn will however
ject bearing on these will be cypress shingles ,
points WM. LEWMAN.
localism, but this is just as truly a
spe- fully discussed ; home interest ad- 4 outlast two sets ol the best sawed
cific name as the name of a species of
made. The of this is
vanced, that the paper may become a Sawdust and Bedding.Editor shingles reason
plants found only in one locality ; hap obvious. The wood of which both
mirror of Florida, as it is, and as it will FLORIDA DISPATCH : are
pily or unhappily this name is fixed. be in the future. Surely this is a mu- Seeing among other things, sawdust made consists of alternate hard and

--ED. tual affair and working for the benefitof recommended in an article from the soft layers. The sawed ones are cut

Our Home Agricultural Papers. all. Take hold of it as you would Lake City Guide, for littering stalls across the grain, the rived ones with

Having been somewhat familiar the reaper, and the grain will be gath- with a view to saving the manure, I the grain, the latter present a smooth .

with some of the best agricultural ered into your own garner. will state my experience hoping it may surface of the hard grain to the

journalsNorth] I am for one, proud to If some of the wea-excuse me, I I I save others the annoyance I had withit. weather, while the former expose the

know and free to say, that we have would say gentler sex, would tell us edges of the alternate layers, the soft

two "old and reliable" journals that where they have failed in accomplishing Three years ago wishing to make an grain is soon worn and the shingles

will rank with the best-anywhere, and this object, they will be surprisedat attractive flower garden in my front destroyed. Rived shingles are well

no one need hesitate to send them to the "ways and means" we have on yard, I ordered two wagon loads of worth one or even two dollars more

friends in any State, fearing unfavor- hand to insure success. S. L. REED. manure from the livery stable, which per thousand than sawed shingles.New .

able comparison with local favorites. had been littere'3 :th sawdust thoughit 4

Andjtheyf: : afford:an excellent means of Protective Association.Editor was then thought to be well rotted.I Insect Enemy.It .
sending reliable information'about all The organization of the: Protective made a plentiful application of it to is said that a new insect enemyto

parts of our adopted State,.and I know Association at Ocala was a long step the soil with the following disastrous the potato has appeared on Long

of no better way of awakening an in- in the right direction. If the fruit results. First year, dry as a chip and Island farms, and is proving more

terest in Florida, which will work like and vegetable-growers throughout the the grass that had grown there died destructive than the potato bug. It

the leaven in the meal and result in State will now organize local and for want of moisture. Second year, is about the size of the ordinary potato

.investigation,visits, purchase and final county unions to operate with the still dry, but with tender care, 'despairing beetle, and eats the under side of the

sett1ement,'than tosend an occasional State Association we may hope for bet- of flowers I induced a cassava tender leaves, leaving the fibre only.

copyof: the Agriculturist or DISPATCH, ter times in the near future. But the plant to grow. Third year, only the .

without note or comment ; (they need best corps of officers can accomplishlittle most persistent grasses growing, and Mr. C. H. McDavid, of Coon Hill,

none.)jTheyi willjjbegread): re-read, unless they have a well organ- they reluctantly. R. R. SNOWDEN. near Santa Rosa, gathered eighty
loanedjreadAagainand! : then4therecipients : Ocala, Florida, September 25, 1888.s bushels of shelled corn off two' anda .
ized army of the rank and file to back S '
will either ask you for more, or them up in their demands. Marianna has a-cotton stalk bearing half. acres of- pine, 4 land '. '.. .. '.

send in their name as a subscriber. SUBSCRIBER... 265 bolls New Flori ::. .*'( 1. ,


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OCTOBER 18, 1886.] ". -.THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.. 709

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Live toc ban $23. In other words, we spend tion, we shall then be able to use these -I

.. $>16 for cake, get back $11 worth of fertilizers to advantage.Have County Fairr. ,,

mutton, and have left on the land $23 we any practical sheepraisersin 4
SHEEP:! RAISING. worth of manure. Sir John never AGRICULTURAL FLORIDA.. Te
Florida? If so, will they not give
exaggerates the profits of farming.In .
"A: Good Way to Improve the Poor the public the benefit of their experience Columbia County to the Front!
my judgment we can .get better
Sandy Lands of Florida. ? L. H. A. Holds Her Annual Fair on
results here? True, mutton is cheaper
------ St. Nicholas, Fla.Protections. the 23d of Next Month.
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: than in England, but cake is also -...
and the lean which I Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
cheaper, sheep
Mr. Joseph Harris, in his "Walks from Railroads.
propose to buy are also cheaper ; and Understanding that your paper is
,and Talks on the Farm," in the in! our markets fat sheep are worth Judge Hilton, of Tallahassee, suggests the leading agricultural journal in

American Agriculturist makes some more per pound than lean sheep. Our the following law as meeting the Florida, and believing that you are

valuable suggestions that seem .very profits, therefore, would not depend exigencies of the present crisis : interested in the agricultural development
the increase of the of Florida, and knowing that
applicable to Florida. He was asked wholly on mere railroad
"Every corporation formed
weight of the sheep.If our farmers who live out here in the
for advice how to improve a worn out or to be formed, in the State, and every rural district, where they produce all
Virginia plantation, which he thus bought my 1,000 Virginia sheep correspondent, weighing eighty corporation running or operating any manner of farm products, fruits, vegetables -

briefly prescribes for: pounds each, at f'ur cents per pound, railroad in this State, shall erect and etc., and knowing also that
... Put a fence round the whole large they have determined to hold their
they would have cost $3,200. They maintain l lawful fences on the sides of
farm and stock it with second annual fair at Lake City, com-
heavily sheep
ate one pound of cake each day
per the road where the same through
passes the 23d of Novembcr
and buy carloads of bran and cotton- for twenty weeks, or seventy tons at mencing on
seed cake for them. There are those $20 per ton, costing $1,400. Total, along, or adjoining inclosed:; or cultivated next and hold for four day I thoughtit

who are willing to put sheep on such $4,600. At the end of twenty weeks,' fields or uninclosed lands, with would be nothing amiss in my call-

land, but they object to buy feed for if they gain one pound each per week, openings and gates therein to be hung, ing your attention to that fact, and in
them. But this is the essential point. saying to you that if I am not greatly
thy will weigh 100 pounds each, and and have latches or hooks so that they
One of neighbors is a milkman.He mistaken, we shall collect and have on
my be worth probably not less than five
be and shut at all
may easily opened exhibition the finest of
keeps a large herd of cows and cents per pound, or $5,000. Valueof display agri-
necessary farm crossings of the road, cultural produce ever collected and
buys feed for them. The past summer the manure, according to Sir John,
he turned them every day for a few $2,905. Total $7,905. This leavesa for the use of the proprietors or owners exhibited at a county fair in the Stateof

hours into a rough field of grass and profit of$3,305 for twenty weeks.It of the. lands adjoining such rail- Florida. Our farmers profited

weeds. The effect was astonishing.The is a poor farm on which corn, road ; and also construct and maintain largely by the fair last year. Theyare
cows were liberally supplied in learning to plant less and gathermore
fodder, or oats, or cannot be
cattle where fences
the barn with rich food, and when grown, and by the aid of such fodder guards, are required of a better quality. In this way ,
turned sufficient to prevent verses, they succeed as well as country,
out they greedily' devoured sheep might be kept,instead of twenty any
every green thing, and soon cleared weeks, for at least forty weeks duringthe cattle, mules, and all other animals and are becoming independent. We
the land. The sheep'on this Virginia from are happy at the thought that Macon
up year, and the profits correspond- getting on the railroad ; and until -
plantation would do the same ingly increased. It may be said that fences, openings, gates and farm and Lake City are soon to be coupledby
thing. I got the idea .from the la these are profits, and that the a railroad, which is now taking
crossings, and cattle guards, as afore- towards
construction. The
John Johnston. He made actual profits, leaving out the estimated
himself and his farm rich by fattening value of the manure, are only $400, or said, shall be made and maintained, Macon and Florida Air Line Railroadis

sheep in winter. He not only fed out forty cent per head. This is true, but such corporation shall be liable in one of the things of the near

all the corn he grew on the farm, but you must recollect that the object is double the amount of all damages which future. When this project has been
bought large quantities of oil cake not so much to make the first accomplished the fertile lands in Col-
money shall be done by its engines,
agents umbia will be in demand and
and made of rich county ,
a great pile manure. few as to permanently, improvethe
He took pains to preserve his wheat farm.years or cars, to horses, cattle, mules, or other then it will be that an agriculturalfair

straw and corn-stalks, in good condi- But is not the value of the manure animals on said road, or by reason of can be an accomplishment withoutan

tion, and was surprised to see with exaggerated? The actual manure any h'-rses, cattle, mules, or other ani- effort. We shall be thankful for
what avidity these highly-fed sheep any favors you may be kind enough to
made by the sheep contains more mals escaping from or coming upon
do us in the of known
would eat the straw and stalks way
plant-food than the figures indicate. said lands fields inclosures
or occasioned the fact
take that our fair will on the
great mouthfuls of straw, he open
The estimate is based
said, "and eat it with a relish. If you acid simply on the in either case by the failure to 23d day of next month, and that we
nitrogen, phosphoric and
feed them a pound of oil.cake or contained in the cotton-seed cake.potash It construct or maintain such fences or have every reason to believe that it
grain each day they will eat more cattle After such fences will be a grand success. O. R. K.
per does not take into account the valueof guards. gates, Lake City,Fla.,Oct. 11, 188 .
r straw than they: will if you give themno the manure derived from the other farm crossings and cattle guards shall We take pleasure in making the

cake or grain. food consumed by the sheep. The be duly made and maintained, said foregoing announcement. We shall

Mr. Harris then cites the method sheep would eat about three pounds of shall not be liable for
corporation any be hand the
on at fair full
a accountof
dry food head each day, and we
advised by Sir John B.Lawes for the per
such unless
damages, negligently or which will in columns
only furnish one pound. The other appear our ,
renovation of similar lands in Eng- "
two pounds the sheep pick up on the wilfully done. together with a "write up" on Colum-
]land. farm. At first it will most likely be Manure from. Cow. bia county.ED.

Sir John advised to spend no more very poor stuff-weeds, brambles, tree a .>. ..-
money on tillage operations, but to buds, leaves, and more or less grass. Every cow well fed and fairly bed- The Fair.

endeavor to improve the pasture by Whatever it is, it will be returned to ded will make a load of manure every The Lake City Guide says :, Our

giving to it the food necessary to the land in better shape for manure two weeks, worth at least on the farm County Fair, which comes off next

grow good grasses, sowing at the same than by any other plan we can adopt. $1 i per load. But this manure will not month, promises to be a still greater

time a small quantity of the best "But you reckon the manure from the be worth this unless the cow has abundance success than the one held in Decemberof
seeds. "I further suggested," he says, cottonseed cake as worth more money last year. The farmers have all
"that u flock of sheep should be than was paid for the cake. How is of nourishing food. On a farmat planted something for exhibition, and

allowed to run over the whole land by this 1"The least half the expense of keeping a the young ladies are now prepar-

day, and be folded there every night, nitrogenous matter of the cake, cow may be charged to the manure ing their handiwork. Now we want

aboutone pound of cotton-seedcake per after it has been digested and passed heap, and with this heap it must be a the fair well attended by strangers, so

h head being allowed daily." Sir John through the sheep, is in a much more poor cow that does not give a profit to that the outside world can see just
estimated that 1,000 pounds of cotton- available condition, and Sir John B. what progress old Columbia is making.We .
seed cake would give, at least, 110 Lawes estimates the nitrogen to be owner. c advise the directors to get out the

pounds increased growth of sheep, worth as much per pound as we should comps. to the press of the State as
worth in England fully $11. The have to pay for it in the form of arti- .No animal can, enjoy good health early as possible, so as to give the
1,000 pounds of cake would cost in ficial fertilizers. Without claimingthat without a regular supply salt. The newspapers in different sections timeto

England fully. $16. The manure left the figures are absolutely accu- horse requires one heaping teaspoonfulper puff it.
by the consumption of the cake,leavingout rate it clear that it is far betterin
seems day ; a cow the same ; cow in milk, One of the first duties of the Com-
the value of the manure from the the case assumed to buy cake and double the missioner of Agriculture, under the
quantity sheep, one
other food consumed, would furnish feed it to animals on the farm than to new Constitution, should be the
nitrogen phosphoric acid potash etc. artificial fertilizers for spoonful. Do not fail to salt your ap-
buy the purposeof pointment of a State Inspector of Fertilizers
to an amount that could not be pur- renovating a run-down farm. Afterwe stock. Keep it before them all the The Legislature should give

chased in artificial manures for less have brought the farm into condi- time. him full authority to do it.



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, j i OrangeStrove.( These being mooted questions, I pro. direct from the tree the rigid, unyielding the trees, and was one mass of vines

_._ pose to test part of my grove by turn- rind is easily abraded in handlingand and leaves. The first of Septemberthe
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F Magruder's Method About Hay ing under the grass, weeds, and pea- pressing into packages ; and whenit vines were plowed under and are
vines in October
provided you can
and the Way He Cultivates It. produce a plow that will do the work ; is generally understood that it is the rotting to add humus to the soil. The

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: and further, Mr.\ Editor, can you guar- oxygen of the air penetrating these trees put on a rank growth and havea

Seeing different articles relative to antee that the plowing of bearing little cracks or abrasions of the skin or good quantity of fruit on them,
the raising and saving of hay in Flor- trees; loaded with fruit will not injure
rind that the sweetening than last The
causes decay, more year. trees are
ida, induces me to ask for informationas the or coming ?
to whether it is possible to secure Our old trees (twelve to crop fourteen) process will be more generally looking as well if not better than

good hay from the cock-spur grass, have a light crop, but young trees are adopted in preparing all fruits for those in a grove near by where com-

and whether the Spanish-needle weeds full. We have had quite a pleasant packing. Too much can scarcely be mercial fertilizer that cost nearly

could be made into a good quality of summer quite breezey but few said this The cells
mos- upon point. composing twice as much, was used, and everyone
hay? The cock-spur is one. of the quitoes, perfect health and good will
the skin or rind of fruits are who sees the grove thinks it has
succulent and rich
most grasing toward all mankiud.
grasses that we have till the spurs get Yours, C. B. MAGRUDER.\ constantly distended to their utmost put on more growth.Variegated.

too hard. At what exact stage will it Rockledge Home. while on the tree by a watery secretion, 4
do to cut and cure for hay,? I have Will some correspondent who has and hence are ruptured at the slightest Orange.
selected different varieties of grassesin had in Mr. L. Richmond showed us yester-
some experience matter contact, or at least by rough hand-
Rockledge hammock, and send youa day a sprig from what he calls his
answer Magruder's queries regarding iug, and this condition obtains until
bundle, containing "the cock-spur,
silver-leafed tree. The leavesof
measuring three and a half feet long. the cock-spur and Spanishneedlegrasses the fruit is past its prime ripe condi- orange

Spanish-needle grows four to six feet for hay-ED. tion, when it will have lost its rigid the sprig were of a rich silver color,

high the sample of crowfoot three 4 with little patches of green on some of
; texture, and these delicate cell membranes -
and a half feet high; the broadbladegrass MAL DE GOMA. them. The tree is what is known as
thus have parted with most of
I would like to know the name a "sport," and bore when it
Opinion of the Agricultural De- oranges
their secretion this
watery though
of, and the crab grass two to,four feet
three old and is
partment.Mr. was only years a per-
high. Besides the five varieties sent, natural curing process while yet on the
blossomer. At time there
petual one
our hammock grows the Guinea grass, \ Dewhurst kindly sends us the tree, results in a shrinkage of parts,
four to eight feet; Para runs eight to was one perfectly white orange on the
and of the cell
consequently a collapse
feet and is I consider following letter from the Department: but it in
twenty a very tree, was some way destroyed
walls which renders them not
objectionable grass to start on a place, U. S. DEP'T OF AGRICULTURE, ) only before maturity.-Palatka News.
though the St. Augustine will root it WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept. 23,1886. }j tough in texture, yet plastic to the -

out ultimately, I think. My grove is Mr. TV. W.: Dewhurst, St. Augustine, touch. The sweating, after picking, Oranges this Season.A .

now densely covered with pea vines,' Florida: accomplishes the same as nature has noticeable peculiarity in the

cock.spur grass and Spanish-needles, MY DEAR SIR-I have to thank indicated and described above, but ina bearing. of older orange trees this
all of which I would like to turn under
for favor of the 19th inst.
you your much more rapid manner by proper season is that most of the fruit is
if I could find a plow that would "
green and for the samples of"Mai\ de Goma,
Fruit thus borne in clusters in the tops of the.
turn it under with a furrow not ex- that you so kindly forwarded. These management. prepared
ceeding three to four inches deep. I have been placed in the hands of our offers almost absolute immunity against trees, where the branches were most

have the Watt plow, the Dixie, the best bacteriologists and what there is decay caused by improper handling.t completely denuded of leaves last

Florida, and Jones' turning dagon, all in the disease of a bacterial nature we [ is somewhat analogous to dried fruit, winter. Will some horticulturist ex-
good plows, but not equal to turning a shall discover. It will doubtless
soon rind has been ? After all the that
i. e., the permitted to plain conjectures
maes of pea vines, grass and weeds two take a long time to determine posi-
to three feet high. My\ mode of culture tively the cause of the malady, but I commence the process of drying, by have been indulged in, and all the

hitherto has been different to any have hopes of success. It will be which the inner pulp and juice are statements that have been made pro

one else I know of, and under this necessary to visit the groves and makea nearly hermetically sealed against atmospheric and con, we now have ample authorityfor

mode I have grown my grove since careful study of the disease on the influences. Dried fruit, how- saying that there will be at least
1870, which is said by many visitorsto extending over a considerable
three-fourths of of in
ever much it be banged about a crop oranges
be the finest grove in the State. I period of time, and it is hoped that may ,
endeavor to break my land in Decem- the next congress will make provision never decays if kept in a dry and well- this portion of Sumter county. The

ber and January, turning under the for such field investigation. Its importance ventilated storage._ heaviest yield will, however, be by
I .
dead pea vines, grass, weeds, etc., pre- is only too apparent. Thereare young trees that have not hitherto
Grove Culture.A .
paratory to the February growth of other diseases of the orange tree bqrne much fruit. Thus the greatest
trees plow again in March\ and plant practical grower says that of the
; of a fungous nature that demands at- benefit from the will be
peas; plow the peas in April and May, tention. Penzig describes and illustrates different modes he has tried, that he got accruing crop
and hoe them the first of June, after enjoyed by those who have not here-
over one hundred species of the best results, for amount of money

which peas, grass, weeds, and all are fungi found on the orange and lemon expended, by fertilizing with cottonseed tofore derived much profit from their

allowed to grow to their fullest extent; trees. Many of these are injurious to I meal and groves. Considering the profitable
I potash pea-vines. In
save the Jerusalem oak, bear-foot, tea the trees, but they have never been improvement in the prices of
weed and beggar lice, which I try to studied from an economic standpoint. January he gave to each tree about orangesover

exterminate by pulling up, or cutting 1 am under obligations to you forgiving five or six pounds of Sea Island cotton- last year, it is thought that the

down before maturing their seed. My\ names of others who may fur- seed meal, and raked it well in. After general value of the crop will be equalto
idea has been that the dense shade that of former The
nish desired information on the :Mal this had laid about three weeks, he any season.
through July, August and Septemberof de Goma. Yours very truly, trees are in splendid condition, and
plowed the whole but did not
vines and weeds grove
pea grass ,togetherwith F. LAMSON SCRIBNER. the fruit remarkably fine.-Sumter-
the contrast of growth with the .. do much more work in it, except to
ville Times.The .
(amounting to an alternatingof Drying Before, Shipment. hoe around the trees, till :May, whenit :i .

crop), all of which being allowedto Many\ orange-growers ship their fruit all got another good plowing and I San Francisco Merchant says: f
rot the and then turned
under on Decemberwould ground, humus direct from the trees, without allowing the trees were given a little muriate of "Australian oranges have been de-

enough to keep up the fertility of the them to go through a "sweating" or potash, about a pound to the tree well livered in London in sound conditionand

soil. If it be a fact that the growthof more properly, drying process. Thisis scattered out. Between the trees he found a ready sale at from $2 to '

grass and weeds consume th all wrong, and in seasons when the then planted cow-peas in rows about $2.50 per half box. The fruit was

refuse of the orange rootletts, fruit comes badly owing to climatic four feet apart. They came up nicely shipped as ordinary "storage," had
converting it back into wholesome !
: influences, occasions great loss. and commenced to grow and cover the been packed two months and was
food for the orange (claimed
as per rotation of crops) it is a neces All fruit should be allowed time to ground. In June the trees received found of good quality, size and color.

sity to allow them to grow and mature evaporate the surplus of water secretionsin another dose of cotton-seed meal about Each half box contained about eighty

their seed so as to keep up this rota- the rind after picking, before packing seven pounds to the tree and were oranges, so that the average price of

tion, and I am persuaded that it is for the market. In other words, occasionally worked to keep the crab- each orange was about three cents
better for the bearing that the
roots of the trees should grove not be dis- it should be allowed ample time to grass from stealing the fertilizer. By when sold at auction. This is more

turbed while the heavy tax of matur- sweat. By this process, considerable the last of June the pea-vines had than double the price of the fruit when

ing their crop of fruit is in process shrinkage occurs, and when" packed completely covered the ground between sold by the case in Sidney."

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Interests. other evening entertainments to divert The worms began spinning in four Growing Salt.
1' once the; mind during the school term. Take weeks, and, notwithstanding our care Put into a goblet one tablespoonfulof
BY MRS. E. A. HILL. fine salt and of Fill the
------- w.-----_............... only BO many studies as you can mas- and attention, a disease common in one blueing.
The School. ter well at one time. Always retire this country appeared among them goblet two thirds full of water and set

As the season has arrived when the early and see that the bed-rooms are and we lost quite a number. Nearlyone it in the sunshine. In a little while

attention of parents and children are well ventilated. half had spun, however, so the loss sparkling crystals will commence form-

directed to the school-room, a few remarks Space forbids our following out this (perhaps one-fifth of the orginal number ing on the outside of the glass, and day

relating to school duties will be interesting subject. One word to the ), was not as great as it might have by day, until the outside of the gobletis

in point. boys: Be manly, be independent, and been. entirely.covered with beautiful white
After the spinning was over and the crystals set it on a bracket and fill
The old adage, "Work while you finish out !your own row. To the girls : ;
work and play while you play" is a Don't let father and mother take all cocoons gathered, we picked off the with flowers, and you have a decoratedvase
the hard for for floss and weighed them before steam- that will compare favorably witha
good one to consider at this time ; now steps you, your own
that the little folks and young people sake at least, take those steps yourself. ing; weight was fifteen pounds. We far more expensive. one.
-.-. then; steamed and dried them ; the latter .
have had long vacation their work
a Indian Pudding-Reply to Alice. Pine Needles and Cones.
time has come, and it rests with themto Editor HOME INTERESTS a rather lengthy process. After These make a soft cushion for a

decide whether much or little is ac- In answer to Miss Alice: about that drying, the weight was only five pound.A lounge or hammock, and give out a
few weeks after the
complished. Indian[ pudding I will]] say: It must be process was fragrant, resinous odor that is both
Several years ago there lived in the baked slowly, the longer the better ; it completed, we wrote to negotiate for pleasant and healthful. A pretty

State of Florida a man who, under will do in two, but is much improvedby the sale of our few pounds. From the effect is produced by making a cover

the most favorable circumstances, in- four hours baking; we eat butteron answer received, we learned that the of brown linen and working pine nee-

variably proved a failure financially; it. Stewed fruit is very nice to eat filatures do not receive cocoons from dles on it with different shades of

he was a good talker and much givento with it ; if no other is at Hand, driedor June to September ; so we have not green zephyr; also, some in brown to
reminiscences. On one occasion evaporated apples are good ; soak yet disposed of ours. For so small a represent the dead needles. There is

while engaged in conversation with them over night in plenty of water, quantity, of course, we expect only so much good to be got from the grandold

him upon his usual (mis) fortune, he take them out and cover them with small We returns.have had a valuable experience, pine, and so many ways to find it ;

said regarding a friend, "It is aston- new water, and stew them until soft ; but do not intend to engage in silk they will make you houses and the

ishing how that man succeeds ; be press through a colander,sweeten, and culture again, knowing it would not most beautiful furniture ; they make

always goes right through everything." if insipid, as they usually are, having pay us, even if we were much more good beds ; they will furnish fuel ;
"Well," he added, after musing a moment been dried when all kinds are used, fortunate and received a large sum of their medicinal properties are very

"The fact is, I always did shirk put in enough good vinegar to give for our labor. If one raises valuable, and for tar, pitch and tur-

when I was a boy ; when father and I them the right taste, and you will find only money a few thousand worms, one can- pentine, we must look to the lofty pine.
were hoeing potatoes out in the field I them greatly improved ; add spice if and This is no inferior tree, and it is cer-
not expect large returns, as onlya
always let father finish out my row." preferred. Your father is right about few thousand can successfully be tain their presence here affects our cli-

Here, then, was the secret of all this "laziness ;" it is often quite contagious, reared in one's unoccupied hours, the mate to some extent, but to what' degree -
bad luck, and what a lasting injurydid cannot be easily estimated.
too; it is about the only reason whywe received the
hardly justifies ex-
that bestow his money S. L. R.
father upon do. not have plenty of sweet pota- penditure of even time. ..
boy by his kind (1)) efforts to help him spare
- toes the year round. They- are easier I Of course,if one wishes to engage in ReciDes.
along by finishing the row for him. raised here than Irish, and much more silk culture extensively and can affordto cup
The knowledge contained in the nutritious and have of Florida syrup, one and one half
; we many good
for hired labor and
school text-books is but a small part spend money cups of flour, two well beaten eggs,
of them for the table
ways preparing ; the furnishing of a large cocoonery, it one teaspoonful of soda, salt, one
of their benefit to its children ; they may be used in any way that the may be made profitable. We suppose tablespoonful of butter, give all a

but the development of character pumpkin is used. Pies are made ex- that there are persons in this State as brisk stirring and bake in a quick

which comes of overcoming obstacles, actly the same ; try one and see if there are in other places, who have oven.CASSAVA
while working out the hard problem, PUDDING.-One coffee
not good. For peal
they are supper sericulture with but
pursued ,
of grated cassava root, one quartof
is so much stock on hand with which cup
what left from dinner and
was over
whether the successes or the failures milk, one teacup of sugar,
the student, later on, is enabled to mash while of this
warm ; every cup of butter. Bake
are in the majority, is not known to us, one tablespoonful
work successfully the great problemof add one tablespoonful of butter, scant, slowly one hour. Eggs and flavoringcan
or to perhaps, as we are among
human existence. teaspoonful of salt, half a cup of milk ; the representatives of a seldom heard be used if you desire a rich pud-
While there is so much said in these .
dilute the condensed milk if the otheris from class-viz : the unsuccessful silk ding.A
days regarding the"taxation of study," not at hand ; one beaten egg and culturists. M. and A. FIELDING. WHOLESOME DESSERT.-When

etc., we would suggest that this lan- some pepper. Stir all together, bakein the making sponge bread when, take ready a for small the piece pans of,

guage will more properly apply to a a square tin until of a nice brown, Questions. roll out about as thick as for biscuits,
different section of our country. Asa cut in squares, and take out on a platefor NETTIE G.-WRITES : Will some let it raise until quite light then spread
rule, Florida with her six months tea. & L. REED. one who is interested in the Home De- with rich apple sauce or berries of any
school only, during the year, should partment tell me what to do with lamp kind, dot over with butter and cin-
resolutely work upward to a higher An Experience With Silk-Worms. burners when they won't turn, and namon or nutmeg, bake until well
to be out of fix there is noth- done, but not hard. Eat with cream
grade of scholarship.Some [CONTINUED.] seems ,yet and
rules if after from before five in ing the matter that can be seen ? sugar.
plain common sense Day day, BROWN PUDDING.This is a cheap
'heeded, will help the student, both as the morning till after ten at night, did And v ill some one be kind enoughto nutritious pudding especially suitablefor

t to health and proficiency of study. the feeding have to be kept up, withno tell me what. kind of house plantsdo children. It is made as follows :
You have all .ubtless heard them cessation, excepting the short intervals best here? Pour a pint of hot milk over four

before, yet they are so important we of moulting. It was interestingto I would like a good recipe for white- ounces ounces of of coarse brown oat meal bread, and crumbs.four

i repeat: Eat your meals regularly, ; watch the development of the tiny wash on out-door work ; also, the best When cold add two ounces of suet,
and never eat anything between the things, and to see and hear them eat ; remedy for snake-bite. HARRY. one egg well beaten, one tablespoonful -
meals. Condiments should be avoided, but we were soon so worn out with the of flour, a pinch each of salt and

but when indulged in, should always constant work and loss of sleep (being There are so may pretty grasses in nutmeg, then add four ounces of brown
form a part of the meal. Tea and used to keeping early hours), that we Florida that I would like very muchto sugar or svrup. The pudding will be
lighter if the and be
coffee should not be used by scholars found ourselves looking forward with know how to chrystalize them. If omitted and served sugar afterward syrup with the

if they desire a steady nerve or clear pleasure to the time when the cocoons any of your readers can tell ire I shall pudding. A spoonful of lemon stirred

brain. Do not allow any parties or would be spun and off our hands. consider it a favor. EMMA B. into the syrup will be an improvement.

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT.A. change, then the Association will cultivators, who lay down rules from Journalism.

A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. -- strengthen rather than supplant the their own narrow experience, for all "Great is journalism. Is not every

Exchange. If the Exchange cannotdo other persons who occupy a differentsoil able editor a ruler of the world, beinga

The New York World. this it must succumb by reason of under a varying climate, and with persuader of it ; though self elected,

We would call attention to the its own inefficiency.We unlike appliances. yet sanctioned by the sale of his num-

special offer to new subscribers which are not the organ of the Fruit Growth of PSI the South.A bers? Whom, indeed, the world has

J heads our Publishers Department this Exchange. As an orange-grower we most notable feature of the the readiest means of deposing, should
have the interest in it other need be; that of merely doing nothingto
week. We have entered into a mu- same as of the South is the increase in

tual clubbing arrangement with the shippers, and no more. We believe if him, which means starvation.-
the diversity of its products. It is no

World whereby we are able to offer properly supported by shippers that longer exclusively the land of cotton. Carlyle. .

new subscribers the Weekly World for our crops can be marketed to best: advantage Cotton production has not decreased, STATE NEWS.

one the World's History of the through the Exchange, and, -
year but other productions have increased, Setting strawberry plants is now the

United States, and a year's subscription for this reason have endeavored to Cotton-mills, as well as cotton-growing. order of the day in Marion county.

to the DISPATCH, all for $2.50. keep our readers informed regardingit.
now bring wealth to the South. Ag- Eustis, DeLand and Orlando are to

The regular price of the two papers, riculture has branched out into innumerable have the Huntington system of water

to say nothing of the History, is $3.00. An Educational Center. lines. Coal and iron are I works.

The New York World is the leadingand Many\ of our Northern friends being taken from Southern mines for One of the results of the reckless

most widely circulated newspaperin would be glad to escape the rigors of use in both Southern and Northern killing of the herons, storks, egrets,

America. The History is a hand- winter in higher latitudes, and would furnaces. The cotton mills in the etc., of South Florida, is an increase in

some, well-written, reliable volume, come and sojourn for a season in this South, says the New York Indicator, the number of snakes about the lakes

- worthy a place in every library. We balmy clime were it not that their have increased since 1880 from 180 to and ponds. The great blue heron is

trust our readers will avail themselvesof children must be left behind, or be 353, almost 100 per cent., and in spindles without a rival as a snake catcher.If .

this unprecedented offer.' taken from school. Others are obliged and looms the percentage is almost Indian
river will
The same offer, which appears in the i to take their children from school the same. In 1880 the cottonseed orange-growers
I hold their until the right time
columns of the World, gives people and seek with them a milder climate, oil mills numbered forty, now they will secure good prices. The

throughout the country, who are in- their 146 with of eleven
owing to delicate health and inability a capital nearly Louisiana crop is a total failure, the
terested in Florida and the South, an to stand study and confinement million dollars, more than three
foreign crop short, and California fruitis
opportunity of obtaining reliable information during the severe winter weather, regretting -i times the amount five years ago. In the only opposition in the marketfor

at a trifling cost, by subscrib- perhaps that a year's school- 1880 the South made 497,301 tons of fine fruit.

ing for the DISPATCH in connection I' ing must be lost. Such persons who pig iron, and in 1884, 657,599 tons, a
The Tampa Tribune that the
with the World. learn of the educational advantages of gain of 230,298 tons in four years. says
.. particular section of land on which
'., DeLand, Florida, will make it the Coal phosphate rock, and other mineral
To Make Money. Cleveland, Trabue and Punta Gordaare
Mecca of their Southern pilgrimage.At products have developed in almost
There is better of features is if
no way "turninga prominent not totally
this place the course of study, equal raiio. The c->rn crop has increased -
penny" than by taking advantage of valueless, so absolutely dreary and
from bushels in
whether in kindergarten, primary, 334,000,000
the clubbing rate we offer in the Pub discouraging that to sell it "unsightand
grammar or high school, or college, 1879 to 499,000,000 in 1885, a gain of
lishers' Department this week. How unseen" to intending actual set-
can be taken where broken off and 165,000,000 bushels. Oats have
can twelve dollars be made easier than up tlers would be little less than a swin-
continued in institutions of learningof nearly doubled in production, and the
by obtaining twelve subscribers to the
the highest excellence Sojourningunder same is practically true of tobacco, dle.The
DISPATCH? If you have not the timeor sand of Florida. is no longer a
Southern sunny skies need not fruits, vegetables, grasses, etc. In
opportunity to secure twelve, try drug upon the market, for it has been
imply sacrificing a single educational 1880 the live stock of the South was
eight at a profit of six dollars. Evenif practically demonstrated that this sand
worth $439,900,000. At its
but four still advantage. DeLand also offers the present needs cultivation
neighbors join you, you only intelligent to
value is $599,000,000, or a gain of
make two dollars. This is a rare attractions of good hotels, good so- make it produce crops that return
$159,000,000. So that, taking a gen-
chance for young folks, or even chil- ciety, high rolling pleasant countryand golden sheckels to the pockets of the
eral resume of the increasement of
dren these hard salubrious clim: te. and this fact estab-
to get "pin money" producer; once
interests in the South
various it
appears -
t ,times when allowances are short. Many\ who go out from other lished in the minds of the people of theNorth

.. counties to seek homes turn their- ... .faces--- .-. that this section -produced in the producers will be forthcoming. -

Association and Exchange.By westward, against their inclination, 1885, $300,700,000 more of agricultural .-Orlando Record.

the organization of a State FruitGrowers' because of the low standard of Southern manufacturing and mining pro-
ducts than in 1880. This is little The steamer Margaret\ brought up
Association it looks as if the schools. We are proud to that a
Fruit Exchange will be invited to step this objection is no longer valid so far more than the average value of the from the Manatee\ river forty-one

down and out. It dies young. Florida is concerned. cotton crop, and $25,000,000 more boxes and fifteen barrels of orangeson
,* as
the 9th. This is the first
... than the total value of wheat crop of shipmentof
The Florida Fruit Exchange got Horticulture Requires Brains. this season's crop from the Manatee
the whole for the
another dig from the Florida DISPATCHof country past year.
last week. By the by, isn't the DISPATCH Gardening is both a science and an 4 section. The crop this year, while
West Indian Fruit in England.
the official organ of that institution art. As a science; its principles are not so large as last season, will be con-
The in
L ? clearly defined. As an art, nature recent experiment carrying siderable, and the fruit promises to
from British Guinea
,5' We take the foregoing from the must be studied in all her varying tropical fruits to realize good prices if the shippers will
London in fitted afford
Ocala Free Press. Brother Harris is moods, and no cast-iron rules or tread- ships up to I. not make the mistake that many

a little off his base as to the object ofa mill routine can be laid down for sue cold storage on the voya e has been a made last season and ship before it is

State Fruit Growers' Association as success. Bananas, sappadillos, bel-! fully matured. This not only lost to

well as in his interpretation of the mission cess.E.. P. Roe says, "the labor of the apples!, loquats, pines, etc., carried in the shipper his fruit and express

of the DISPATCH. The recently year is a game of skill, and all the vi- condition and sold to good advan charges but glutted the market, and

: organized Florida Fruit and Vegetable cissitudes of the dew, rain, frostand tage. It is probable this will becomean sent prices down irreparably. Farmers -

Growers' Protective Association, of sun have their part in the result. Nature important trade. .in.- the near future. should hold the fruit until it is ina

which the DISPATCH is the official or- keeps up our zest by never per- The Frazer Park Company, an proper condition for the Northern

gan, has for its object the marketingof mitting the game to be played twice English Colony, have located within markets and then pack carefully, or

our grove and garden products at a under the same conditions." An ob- six miles of Gainesville. The first immigration sell on the trees to responsible men

greater profit to the grower. If this servance of these truths would prevent will be one hundred fami- who will take all packing and shipping ..

can be done through the Fruit Ex- the frequent mistakes made by some lies. X risks.


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PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. vertisement of the firm elsewhere and Personal. Ready for the Season.

write for their catalogue. Mr.\ H. L. Moxley, the State agentof Mr. E. Bean, the well-known com-

TUB FLORIDA DISPATCHis s. B. HUBBARD & CO. Williams, Clark & Co.'s fine fer- mission merchant and forwarder of
a 20 to 28-page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE tilizers returned this week from
a long
fruits, vegetables, etc., perfectedhis
In FLORIDA and the COAST BELT have a column "ad" in this issue. A stay in New York. arrangements for handling his

ol the SOUTHERN STATES.Subscription. partial description of the firm and their >-.-. share and probably a little more of
Rates. business can be found on this page Qeo. V. Hecker & Co.
Per Annum,$2.00.(() Six Months, t1.CO.> Three the season's toothsome oranges. His
Months,50c. Club Rates elsewhere. This is a veritable"self-raised firm." establishment, at the Waycross rail-

CLARENCE M. GORDON dint of hard work it has established of
In clubs of four $1 50 each per annum. In By road wharf has the appearance

clubs twelve eight($1.00$1.25 each each per annum.per annum. In clubsof Southern Agent for Irving's Patent its self-raising goods on a high pinnacle. activity. He has a full stock of grow-

With Other Publications.We Water-proof Building Paper and Pat No better or more enterprising er's supplies, and he is also agent for

club with every periodical published in ent Paper and Manilla\ Flooring Car- house exists in Savannah. the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car.
the United States and Great Britain. Rateson ..
-+ Send him for and stencils.
application. pets, Matting\ etc., has his general to prices
Remittances business office at No. 55 West Bay A Live Savannahian.Mr. .

and business correspondence should be addressed street, where he has a full line of his George Meyer, the businesslike eorrolo ical

toCHAS.. W. DACOSTA, Publisher goods to show the public. He sends young Savannah merchant and bottlerof JVIe ,

Jacksonville, Florida.To traveling men for his stock out all very fine beers, ginger ale, etc., was --, . .

Advertisers.The over the country, even as far north as in the city some days ago, and paid ...,.. ...Iaq'0"0"0"=:' ':': <.
DISPATCH is THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL Michigan.\ It is wonderful to see the the DISPATCH a pleasant call. JO -c=_O_O_O_O_a>_aCO > 3D
JOURNAL OF THIS STATE: and has a : a-819 B.owaAV00000: :,) .
large circulation in Florida and throughoutthe goods sold by this indefatigable youngman. --+ .r CO .N
United States and foreign countries- Mr.\ Gordon is als' Southern A Worker. coW S5j
wherever the interest is turned Southward.It .OS.. ..,. OQO
IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUMS Ag*nt for the Remington $5 TypeWriter There are few harder workers or < z dlUBPnuuajQ I'oc.cOOGJO-t--.U"I: b OQO
IN THE touTu-especlally: Jar Real Estate -
,Numerics! Transportation lines, Banks, and the execution and workis more popular agents than Mr. John q. >0 1J -CIS
Hotels, and those branches wherein it is desirable clear and as perfect as on a hundred- ., .
to reach our winter visitors or our Cutler, of the Mallory\ Line. He is v 'SllaolaA I to hfr'''" B
rapidly increasing permanent popu'atlon. dollar type-writer. He wants agents as enthusiastic over his line as one I t7 00 7 q_ 55
For Advertising Rates apply to Read his advertisement.p. _
everywhere. could ask. C 'UOH08JIQsqipaapunq:
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LOUIS W. BUCKLEY, 11< r.c .-:
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Advertising Manager. o. VICKERY zZ .ra2
Telfair Stockton.To s p:: I I ww
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advertises novelties. p .
Special Notice to New Subscribers.The those posted on real estate matters t I I. SSKSKSS >.aoH;'
Then comes the m) O fa i PUB otfl OU| Uj
attention of those contemplating the mention of this young agent S; K r I IWniBj 'UUU .!-H
AMERICAN POULTRY JOURNAL and broker denotes and :a
energy push. 3 I
subscribing to the DISPATCH is B I o.als.
He enjoys plenty of patronage has .. 1.w ; .
of the ablest of Q'
called Arrangement one our exchanges. I. U'8U 1 :) .I
to ni nn : r
our Special Clubbing 's.r;
extensive: experience and is always to uuaJ'{ .
It contains much valuable informa- < <:! -
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with the Weekly N. Y.: be found. Z CJ
tion for growers and fanciers. (U :3:: Q) mnmluu( I -* *- o .= a: "tSc.
World. Two dollars and 5 Q)
fifty .. E-4 03 .;J..
secures the JVeekly World and FLOR- M. O'NEILL, Commission Houses. t WWJX1JJ' I oo h-roo uo coH |2:|

IDA DISPATCH for one year includ- of Fairbanks, Fla., has an advertise- This fr the season when such houses 2SgCO:
ment elsewhere regarding bestii th' mselves ;and solicit Florida 1 Ie:>
hedge .I 1amo.1Ba .;;.88. .
of the : :) (Qo; Q Dr
ing as a premium a '
copy plants, rose, that make beautiful fences fruit and orange business. They can- rto') SBQ( uual M i a h

World's History of the United States, for lawns, private grounds, yards, and not find a better medium than the o I -. '.-.--. nomo

a neatly bound book containing the also for farms and truck gardens.R. DISPATCH. We will show two columnsof ;; ;: :: :: :: : :: aaa:: :

history of our country up to the pres- S. Cole, Harmans, Md., has such advertisements the next two __.... :.:0)i. .::_:.M":.-"'"."..i. .;qsasses csg;.. j;;
weeks. Please the in this (1) 0-- ,. o ..
note o ;
ent time. Address the publisher of strawberry plants for sale. E i'0 '" III I
t. >
week's paper. Apply to the General < ,,"O a: xxmc: a: '" .V s aaq
this or the N. Y.: World. at* .. =7 r:: i: eoec0cic
paper S. B. Hubbard & Co. Solicitor at once for rates. '...... ... ..."' = .KSfcDR -0
= =
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o OUR WEEKLY ADVERTISERS. It may easily be surmised that this W. T. Forbes & Co.

firm, from its substantial stock, enter- JOHN BULL'SSmith'sTollic '
FLORIDA NURSERY, With the opening of what purportsto ,
prising of doing business and
of Monticello under Puleston & Co.'s way be fine business this firm
I above all a season, '
from its belief in good ad-
management, announce a full line of vertising mediums, has long held a of real estate and land agents, beginsto SyrUD

. nursery stock, trees, plants, etc., anda front place in the trade of the State. stir actively. The various members
feature of LeConte and immersed in business and
special are plans,
The firm is composed of Mr. S. B. THE
Keiflfer pears, Japan persimmons trees, Hubbard, the senior member and schemes for pushing sales. W. P.
etc. It is one of the old "reliables" of GifFord is hard at work classifying FEVER and
thorough business man, Mr. John AGUE
the State, and the members of the firm who combines lands, properties, etc., and his
well honest prac- able will' not amiss. Or CHILLS and FEVER
are thoroughly posted as as tical methods with a steady business experience come ,
and fair. Read the card elsewhere.BOSCHEE'S *-.-.
education. The remaining member is AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.The .
GERMAN SYRUPis Mi.\ Frank S. Gray, who, as he is' the Tropical. proprietor of this celebrated medicine

advertised as a reliable remedy,and youngest, is also one of the best business One of the best hotels in any land or jnitly claims for it a superiority over all rem.

Green's August Flower, two medicinesof j. men of the South. His know- clime is this famous house on the edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE,
fame and renown. ledge of stock, building, contractingwork South Florida Railway, at Kissimmee of Ague and, Fever.or Chills and Fever.wheth-cure

WM. COOK, office business and mode of selling City. Under Messrs Douglass & er of short or long standing. He refers to the
goods in large orders, makes him Budd's able management it has entire Western and Southern country to bear
Merchant Taylor, at No. 72 i Bay him testimony to the truth of the assertion
achieved fame and credit. The cuisine
street, is one of the new business addi- of great value to the firm. His push that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if
has been felt.S. is of tie finest and handsomerooms
long the directions strictly followedandcarriedout.
tions the
to Mr. Cook is
city. a
young B. Hubbard & Co., have the courteous treatment, etc., makeit In a great many cases a single dose has
man of taste and skill, as well a* been sufficient for a cure,and whole families
;, prompt attention to his work. His largest stock of agricultural implements a treat to stop there. have been cured by a single bottle,with apes
of any firm in the State. o < fect restoration of the general health. It is,
fit and
style workmanship are guar. Also State agents for Deere &Co. thereat Florida Oranges Free. however,prudent,and in every case more cer
anteed, ant if one has P suit made at tain to cure,if its use Is continued in smaller
his shop) they can feel assured it will Moline\ 111., Plow Work's To every one in the Northern or doses for a week or two after the disease has

last and always look in perfect style. goods The large ware house is now Western States sending us five yearly been checkedmore especially in this difficult medicine andlongstanding
filled to overflowing with doors sash cash subscribers the DISPATCH- cases. Usually
Mr.\ Cook advertises liberally and to will not require any aid to keep the bowels in
knows the value of "printers' ink." blinds, etc., bar iron, stoves, ranges, t..rms $2 per year-we will send a good order. Should the patient,however,require

etc in tndless profs bion.: These are box of fine Florida oranges, regulation cathartic medicineafterhavingtakenthree
T. w. WOOD & SON four doses of the Tonic, dose
or a single
being out at bottom figures in sized boxes, averaging from' 178 to
.,: of No.10 South 14th-Street, Richmond, order to save moving when 250 when
expenses: manger, they are ripe, as a will be sufficient. Use no other.JBULX'S.
.F': Va., are leading Southein Seedsmen i he firm move from present quartersnear premium. The box will be deliveredfree

with ample experience in growing., Hart's Block on the dock, to of charge at the express office in DR. JOHN

seeds especially for Florida truckers I their grand new store on the corner oPine f, Jacksonville, Fla., and the receipt for SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,

and market gardeners. Their tested and Forsyth streets. These store it forwarded to the party sending the BULL'S SARSAPARILLA,

seeds are eagerly sought for and it will rooms will then be the finest in the subscription. Address BULL'S WORM DESTROYER,

be a wise act on the part of our State South. Read their column advertisement CHAS. W. DACOSTA, The Popular Remedies of the Day.Prfsefy&l .

gardeners to look carefully at the ad-
Publisher. Office,831 Main St., LOVISVlLLF..KY.

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Jacksonville Belt Railroad Consumption Cured i

Running around the City of Jackson- An old physician, retired from practice !I With Upland Cotton Seed, at $12 per ton. Bargains in Real Estato.

ville, and connecting the :F. & J. Branch having had placed in his hands by j :For prices on car-load lots address

with the Main Line of the Florida Rail- an East India missionary the formula of' MAYS & PAKTIUDGE,

way & Navigation Go's lines, was openedfor a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy Monticello\ Fla.

operation Monday, September 27th. and permanent cure of Consumption, ( ->-.-4-

All trains for Fernandina and inter- Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and alII i For Sale Cheap.

mediate points, as well as trains on the Throat and Lung Affections, also a positive thousand Hernando County Lands.
Western and Southern Divisions, now and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Thirty young sweet orange
and lemon
arrive and depart in Jacksovillefrom the ity and all Nervous Complaints, after having i seedlings. DEPOINCEY

elegant new depot of the F. R. & N. Co's tested its wonderful curative powersin Box 18 Manatee Fla., I will sell for one-fourth cash a beautiful
foot of Hogan St., in the immediate cen- thousands of cases, has felt it his duty ;: tract of Eighty acres sloping pine land, near
ter of the business portion of the city. to make it known to his suffering fellows. e Oriole, in ilernando County, for $1,000. No

The old depot of the F. & J. R. R. has Actuated by this motive, and a desire to The popular Hotel with tourists who waste for on a he magnificent tract. No more Winter beautiful Home location and-

been discontinued.A. relieve human suffering, I will send, free visit Savannah, Ga., is the Harnett Orange Grove.AdJolnll1g .

O. :MCDONELL, of charge, to all who desire it, this recipein House which shows a larger list of daily

Genl. Passenger Agent. German, French or English, with full arrivals than any other Hotel in that two hundred the yards town from site of the Otlole railroad and about and

4 directions for preparing and using. Sent pleasant city.-Chicago National Hotel postofflce,I offer 40 acres of land, all high and

Nothing is trivial in life; even the pen by mail by addressing,with stamp, nam- Reporter. dry town, for lots.Sl.OuO. Suitable for laying out In
ing this W. A. NOTES, 149 Power -t-e-i-
in your hand, what wonders can be accomplished paper
with it if it bears Esterbrook's '* Stock, Rochester, N. Y. The Arcadia Nursery, Monticello, Flor For sale or rent in Oriole-a two-story,four-
... house next to the chief store
-- ---- ida. room, painted ,
stamp.Extraordinary Rocky Branch Nursery, Monticfllo, Fla. and postoffice, built this year. Oriole has
4 I For one, two or three-year-old LeConte school,church bakery,restaurant,postotlice
Parties intending to purchase LeConte railroad accommodations, two stores, sawmill -
but nevertheless true. pear trees. Also a full list of other pears
and other attractive features for a per-
We refer to the announcement of B. F. I Pear trees will do well 1 to place orders and apples grafted on LeConte roots. manent home. About twenty five nouses

Johnson & Co., of Richmond, in which with me before the season to plant opens.I Address Arcadia Nursery, J. II. Girar- built here in past two years. Will sell for

they propose to show working and ener- have a choice stock of one, two and deau, proprietor, Monticello, Fla. S1UU, or rent for$15 per annum.

getic men how to make from $700 to $2'- three-year-old trees, and will not be un ,
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The OMole Floiida Improvement Company
dersold. Correspondence with -
600 a year over and above expenses. nurserymen t ave Just bull, for sale or rent,a two-t tory
solicited. house In the town of Oriole, five rooms,
B. W. PARTRIDGE, Crab Orchard double piazza front, single piazza rear, hall
Free Trade. Proprietor. above and below. Will sell for $tiOO, or rent
WATERr- [ for$120 per annum. Splendid location.
The reduction of internal revenue and >-*-4 ft -I

the taking off of revenue stamps from Teacher WantedIn c.rp m
TUB LIVER. 0 n 0'n
Proprietary Medicines, no doubt has a private family to teach three children THE KIDNEVS. :r;0;'< n G7 .

largely benefitted the consumers as well as ages twelve, ten and eight; teacher. 4 THE STOMACH. 4 xo': 3 m -
relieving the burden of home manufac THE BOWELS. rw 3-
middle aged accustomed to country life,
turers. Especially is this the case with and of Northern birth preferred. Teachercan i ----A POSITIVE CURE FOR if; ; 11DOSE Sumter County Lands.
Green's' Flower and Bosclie&s Ger-
August be as one of the family. For partic- s :
man Syrup, as the reduction of thirtysixcents i ulars write at once. References ex 3 .PEPSIA,ION, 3 Q x--; :

per dozen, has been added to increase I changed. Address 3 ;; Eighty mile-of acres of iiushnell high and and dry SUCatheiine pine land,
the size of the bottles containing GRANVILLE PLATT, :-One to two teaspoonfuls. .3 .c.A tA1 a Stations on F. R.& N.Jo's line, and same distance
these remedies, thereby giving onefifthmore 2ti Tampa, Fla.Cassava Genuine CRAB ORCHARD SALTS in seala'4 oed from Dragem and Pemberton Juno-
medicine in the 75 cent size. The *-.H packages at 10 and 25cts. No genuine ;7 CII ions on F. S. 11. H. Good orange and farm-

August Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver Seed. Crab Salts Orchard sold in Water bulk.Co.. Proprs. ,? .... n ing land. Price 81 l per acre.

Complaint, and the German Syrup for Persons S.N. JONES, Manager Louisville Icy.i In the town of Webster, on F. B. R. R., I
Cough and Lung troubles, have perhaps, wanting Cassava Seed writeto offer for sale 2 acres, close by station; 17J orange -

the largest sales of any medicines in the IostmasterVaveland, Fla. h tries Just coining into bearing; house
24x2 feet and a half stories high; beau-
-** one
world. The advantage of increased size --i: tlful Price$3,500.
Sherwood Female Seminary place.
of the bottles will be greatly appreciatedby Plant none but the Nunan Strawberry. c:

the sick and afflicted, in every town 5,000 plants for $10. I' STAUNTON., VA.AflrstclasaFemaleSchool.. Lot of one acre in Webster. 100 yards from
and village in civilized countries. Sam- 10,000 plants for $15. !captivates by beauty and elegance Location of station; house, 15x21 feet, two stories; a bar-
ple bottles for 10 cents remain the same For sale by BEX PARTRIDGE, buildings and grounds. Every advan- gain, $250. Fronts the station.
Monticello Fla. tage thorough education in all departments. -
size. ,'"' ", Send for Catalogue to Small store house in Webster; lying rooms
-S. r For Sale. | J. L.MASSEY, Principal above; corner lots; r'ght at station. Will sell
Florida Orange Grove for Sale. or rent.

land 1200 A Western cow warranted to give four Staunton Male Academy I
Twenty acres good ; trees, school in the South.
Best equipped
gallons of milk, with a calf. Sheis
900 bearing, 3000 trees in nursery, un- young rjorps of experienced teachers. Fullabmpts
hurt freeze etc. health now dry and supposed to be with calf. of minerals Philosophical
by buildings
; ind Chemical apparatus. Location
and water good. Price low-terms easy. She is nine years old and has been in unsurpassed for beauty and healtb-! 1 Marion County Lands.Fine .
Florida four il1 ness. Catalogue] on application. _
years. .
Drawer M Jacksonville Fla. ,
8ti WM IL KABLE. A. M. Principalf :-
Address "T, care of DISPATCH, STAUNTON. VA. r -- Farm and Oratigr Grove.The .
Jacksonville Fla.For .
Calcined Humus. ----- --- -- -

best farm for the mc/iey In Marion
The following statement by Hon. J. T.
Sale. Ocala he seat
county; 7 miles from county ;
Wpfford, is important and to the point. Mobile or Improved Nunan Strawberry 4 miles from Belleview and IK miles from
Mr. Wofford is one of the garden kingsof Plants for sale. Price $3.00 Santos, Railroad stations on the F. R. & N.
the State: per We offer for the Fall trade a large and fine stock of Can now be had at least $500 under Its value.It .
1,000. Larger quantities on application. every description of FltUlT and Urnnnicntnl is high rich hammock; 43 acres In cultv -
FORT MASON, FLA., June 26, 1886.I Delivered at the wharf or railroad sta TREES! : :o-hrubf l !! Roses' \Vine, NJIALL thou,35 acres in timber. Two houses,a large
have watched with interest the ItlJlTS, Hedge Plant', Fruit Tree Serd- small Near or water.
great and one. a spJlng pu
tion. I have raised strawberries for the linK ,and Forest Tree M-edliiiKs. Priced Catalogue
of the manufacture of Calcined Fall 1886 mailed free on application. Address Over 20 orange trees, 40 bearing. The aged
process past six years, and tried more than twenty owner, unable to occupy It, is selling it and
Humus at Dr. Hick's works. I (
believehe ( )
varieties, and find this the best.D. BLOOMINLGTONBPHEuIXuNURSERYY guaranteeing 20 bushels of corn per acre un.
has solved the problem of fertilizing B. MILLS, lertllized; also the successful growing of
------- kind vegetable and fruit to be raisedin
for our State. I have the fullest faith in every
Fla. the belt,and a rife, If well farmed,
C. H., for these reasons: >-+-4 -...1.S E D GWI C K.1.'. .- of 83X I)( per annum on its price during term of
1st. The material of which it is composed Fine Orange Grove for Sale. purcha1years'time.: Price 83,60*;,on four

(Humus), is of the purest and hest. paymt nts,or 83,000 cash.
This grove is on the east bank of the STEEL WIRE FENCE
2d. the
In of
process manufacture the St. Johns river; large river front, 35
vegetable matter is sot destroyed, but ....
miles south Jacksonville, and contains 4 r. .
.t. .L..t. .1. .of. .t.
sweetened and purified-only a portionis of ,.; ., +A' "'!"'!"!B.
thirty-five rich ham-
acres (originally) -
reduced to its elements. Irrr.: >-('
3rd. Abundant potash is obtained from mock land. Contains 2,000 bearing ::: ::c-O_:::: ::"" I I I I 1o :.:. HOMES IN FLORIDA
orange trees, besides all other fruits ...)->- the calcined part and from the great quan- in Florida Peen-to )., H H I 11 }< '
grown ; ,
grapes H H
tity of Saw-Grass roots which are reduced I ).o M II I,
to ash and mixed with the already peaches, Japan plums-fifty trees, bananas -i I )0.0 H>-0..... ... II TI" .-..<, "':', -
o.o-- -o- "
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guavas, etc. Dwelling house of _
Muck. )o.o I I.r
prepared rI

I am now using it with the utmost" con- stable four rooms and a,good good pasture water,for fine If, I'I L' )- _._)-1b.: I .,1.,I T ,:::Ps:J0 __ Ii i I Oriole, Llerrmntlo County.
fidence. J. T. I I
0 Flonu.
sold within two months can be boughtfor I Is the best general purpose wire fence In use. It
Send et> for colored Map of Oriole and
one half its value.M. 1st. acrone net-work without barbs. Don't rnp
Correct. Injure stock. It will turn dogs, pigs, sheep and information bow to get a home in Florida,
G. JOHNSON, Jacksonville, Fla. pool try, as well as horses and cattle. The best dope by Railroad in active operation. Splendid -
Mr. Editor: C. H. G. is correct, and .-.-< fence for Farms Gardens; Stock Ranges and Rail orange lands. Large number of new
roads. for
Very pretty styles Lawns. Parks
For In already begun. Purchasers rapidly
no doubt many will agree with him in Cash. Thirty Days, School-lots and Cemeteries. Covered with rust- groves
in from all the Union. Attractive
coming over
all he says in your issue of 23d iiist. At one-half price paid now I will deliver I proof .paint It will or last made life-time.of galvanized. It Is better wire as than preferred plan of purchase; but little cash required.

Those who haven't the muck beds will from my nursery of 40,000 trees 500 to boards or barbed wire In every respect. Th 'Itargalns otlered.
find what they need in Hicks' I Sedffwick Gates made of wrought-ron! pipe and
buying ,
trees budded from
1,000 orange "Mad- I steel wire,defy all competition In lightness, neatness
"Calcined Humus," at $16 per ton, delivered arne's Vinous" (the finest orange in the ,strength and durability. We make the h<*t. I W. B. CLARKSON,

at their nearest railroad depot or State), at railway dock Titusville, Indian cheapest or self-opeiiiug and easiest gate working, and all-Iroa the neatest automatic cheap

steamboat landing. Address C H. Red River, in lots of 300 to 500, as per order of iron fences now made.. The best Wire
ding, General Agent Lane Park Fla. purchaser this season.C. For Stretchers prices and Cutting particulars Pliers ask: and Hardware Post A Dealers ueer-s. Office : 72 j W. Bay St, up stairs,

for circular, telling what "CalcinedHumus MAGHUDER, or address,mentioning paper,

is, and what good for. 1m Rock Ledge Home. SEDCWiCK. BROS., Richmond, Bnd. Jacksonville, Fla.

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.5 Academy and College,

DeLand., Florida.

A first-class Academy for BOTH SEXES. Five courses: College Preparatory, Higher English, Normal, Business,

Industrial Drawing. First-class Art and Music Departments. Fine new dormitory buildings, enabling us to furnish board

and tuition at reasonable rates. The purpose of this Institution is to give, in the delightful climate of Florida, as thoroughand

liberal an education as can be secured in the best New England Schools. DELAND COLLEGE will also receive

students of BOTH SEXES, prepared to enter the Freshman Class.


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NEW DORMITORY.The lating intellectual, moral and religious influences, make this an almost ideal
citizens of DeLand and vicinity-together with generous friends of educa- :! location for an institution of learning. Students who are unable, from delicate
tion in the North-have erected a spacious and elegant Dormitory Building, thus !I, health, to attend school during the winter in the North, find it possible to pursue
supplying a very urgent need of the institution. The first floor of this building.I their studies here regularly and yet constantly improve in health.
is supplied with Reception and Music Rooms, Office, Dining Room, etc. The i GENERAL STATEMENT.
Dormitory rooms are large, well furnished and pleasant, and the entire buildingis I DeLand Academy owes its existence to the generosity and foresight of Hon. II.
heated by steam. The President and family, as well as other teachers, will reside A. DeLand, of Fairport, N. Y. The purpose of its founder was to establish in
in the building, and parents may thus feel assured of a careful oversight of, Florida a Christian High; School for both sexes, inferior to none in this country in
and interest in, their children. The young ladies will be under the direct controlof character and rank.It .
the Preceptress. Mrs. Helen B. Webster. was assumed that there was a demand for such an institution on the part of
LOCATION. two large and rapidly increasing classes of students. First, the voung men and
The city of DeLand is in Volusia County, on the East coast of the Peninsula, women of the State of Florida-a state whose population is increasing perhaps
about 100 miles south of Jacksonville. It is accessible by both river and rail, faster than that of any other State in the Union. And secondly, the large num-
located on high, rolling pine land, not near any water standing or running, and ber of young men and women, who from delicate health on their own part or that
is remarkable for its general healthfulness. The Mutual Life Insurance Co., of of> their friends, are compelled to spend the winter in this more genial and kindly
New York, grants its policy-holders a perpetual permit to live in Deland the year climate.
round. The famous Irondequoit Dairy, established here, furnishes the city with This assumption has been fully verified, and these classes of students have both
absolutely pure milk from Jersey cows, and the large ice factory adds another been largely represented among our pupils. The institution is now fully organ-
luxury. The climate is almost a specific for throat and lung troubles, catarrh, ized, possessing fine buildings, admirably furnished, and supplied with apparatus -
rheumatism, etc. The population numbers about 1,500 white people, and is far and illustrative material of all kinds, equal and in many cases superior, to
superior to most Northern towns of the same side in its moral and intellectualtone. that possessed by the best institutions of a similar grade in the North; with
There are in the city six white churches, all possessing houses of worship, courses of study well adapted to meet the varying needs of those who may desire -
a well-organized public school and a kindergarten. Three weekly papers are a liberal education and a faculty in charge-composed exclusively of teachersof
published in DeLand, also. The general heathfulness and beauty of the city, its liberal culture, wide experience and marked success. The Board of Trustees
accessibility, together with the high character of its inhabitants and the stimu- therefore confidently invite students to avail themselves of these advantages.
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DeLand Florida New York.
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JACKSONVILLE TO NEW YORK: yt.- Lowest flutes of Freight: Always! Given
ll- d. r e
Cabin. ..... ..... ... .... ... -. .. ....... $23 li4 .1-,., 4; r
Steerage. ..... .... .... ..... ..... ....... ... .. 12 { *' ,
Excursion Tickets...... .. .. .... ....... 41 N This Line offers to the Traveling Public and Shlpoers of Vege
magnificent Iron Steamships of this Line will sail from tables and Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to New
FERNANUINA FLA.,for NEW YORK,alter arrival of trains : J York.
from Jacksonville, Cedar Key, Orlando and other points in + flCS-Through Tickets and State-rooms secured In advance at
South Florida. r" all points in Florida.
41'rains leave F. R. &N. Co's Main Depot, foot of HoganCARONDELET
............ .... .... .. ... .. .. Thursday,Oct.21 street at 9.25 a m and 5 p m,on sailing days, connecting with
STATE OF TEXAS ........................ ...Thursday,Oct.2i Steamships at Fernandina.
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.......... ...... ....Saturday,Oct.s 10 ...For Tickets aad State-rooms and further information,
CARONDELET .......... ..... ...........Wednesday,Nov 3 w' apply to

R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Fernandlua,Fla. A. H. CR'PPEN' Gen'l Traveling Agent. J. M. CUTLER, Pass.Agent,88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.
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Safe Deposit Safe.
Open Dally (Sundays and Legal Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. !
Safe Deposit hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per Year. Reduction in PricesUNTIL


W. N. BAKER, Cashier. HENRY A. L.'ENGLE, Malinger.

When we will remove to No.44 to 46 West Bay street. Call at once and.obtain our reduced
I1EFORE YOU BUY prices before purchasing.

F. E. BOGUE & CO.,

Orange Box Stuff Hoops or Wraps No.26% and 28 Ocean street,City.




12 West Bay Street,Jacksonville, Fla.


I have purchased at a rare bargain the entire stock of Pianos and Organs of A.Peterson,
GEO. R. FOSTER & Co. II of Gainesville and Palatka,and lor next thirty days will make a grand clearing sale of these
Instruments and my present!! stock of Pianos and Organs. Rare bargains can be had as I go
!. North at an earl date to nvvke arrangements for an entirely new stock of Pianos and Or-
STATE AGENTS FOR THE gans. As I ant not in the habit of advertising in the usual stereotyped "thirty day bar-
gain"style,parties will understand that I mean business! and will otfer genuine bargnlni
VIRGINIA SPRUCE PINE ORANGE Box while the sale lasts. __ A. B._CAMPMEL.L.JS: MUSIC_ IIOUSE, Jacksonville.
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The neatest,most durable and cheapest box in the market. A full stock of
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on hand at lowest prices. State Depot for


Seed Meal and Canada Unleached Ashes at bot om prices

\ No.30 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE,FLA. :
English, Parisian and New York Styles.

-- ------- Pants from $6 to $15 Suits from $25 to $65. ;
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Workmanship,Cut and Finish Unsurpassed. !

Foreign and Domestic Fruit and Vegetables.Consignments !I If;you want Complete Satisfaction and Guaranteed Fit,call on me at I I

I No.72% W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.ALBERT :
of Florida Oranges solicited,prompt returns made. I !
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No. 170 Bay St., Savannah, Ga. I FRIES, PRIVATE SCHOOL,

TC3T JCiL IRA.M: : : .A. TC mMm JKTv FL i3L C? <::> FI. :s ST. NICHOLAS, FLA., i iAGENT Primary, Preparatory ments., and Academic Depart-
Miss S. P. FLEMING, A. B., a graduate of
Indian River Orange Depot Oi:<>. A'. BAKER'S Cornell University, having had many years'
experience In some or the best school In the
Postoffi'-e Box 173. ROTTED States of New York and Ohio,assisted by an
Decomposed with Potash. able corps of teachers,offers to the public superior
Consignments of Oranges, Poultry and Eggs solicited. Orange Wraps,orders filled. 10x10 Price$25 per ton,free on board In Jacksonville! I advantages for thorough education
8%c,11x1110c,12x12 12 c, Guaranteed full count and uniform quality. Samples of 16 different grades of Fertllzer, Boarding. Department in charge of an accomplished -

Refers by permission to National Bank of the State, Bank of Jacksonville,and Tysen, put up by Mr. Baker,an be seen at the Ger- lady. For further particulars in-
Smith&Co. man Drug Store, 19 E. Bay St.Jacksonville.Send qUire of PrIncli_nag_at 59 East Monroe Street. _

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PAINT, OILS, ETC. The Best Poultry Paper in the World. WORK and expenses paid. Valua-
ble outfit and particulars
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'THE free. P. O. VICKEKY, Augusta, Maine.
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1 Liberal Clubbing IIK11S. Offer.
PAINT AND OIL STORE The Wei-kly. New York World, the Flor-
WEEKLY MONTHLY ida Uixpatch, and an elegant copy of the
DKALER IN Published every week, Published First of each World's History of the United rtldell-aU
18 pages,fresh original month 36 and for 82.5O Thin offer made
pages cover cap any
Railroad, Steamboat and Mill Supplies, Pure White Lead, Zinc and Colors, Glass, Putty, and spicy at only at only any newspaper In the country.
Varnishes, Brushes, Plain anu Decorative Wall Paper, Doors,Sashes, Blinds, etc. $1.50 PER YEAR. $1.00 PER YEAR. Addre C. W. DACOVTA! ,
Mixed Paints, all Shades and Colors-write estimate, t ock M, Sash. Sample copies,4 eta. Sample copies,6 eta. Jacksonville
Weights,Cord, Hinges, Screws,eta Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement. Address for either, WEEKLY or MOKTHI.Y, THE WORLD, Fla,
Cor.Whitaker, President and York Streets, - SAVANNAH, GA. a J.WARD,113 Adams Street,Chicago,IlL Park Row, New York City.



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A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall an I 1 Winter planting. CROP. ALL VARIETIES. :.
Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees of all sizes. Our stock is selected with special reference to the wants of lark't-Gardeners from the
Send for Catalogue.
MAXWELL, ANDERSON A CO., Best and Most Reliable Strains.
San Mateo, Fla.
In order to introduce our Seeds more generally to the Florida trade,we have made speciallow
S prices for this season. We offer as follows:
Valrico Nurseries
... 13.00 bushel.
E CLEVELAND'S FIRST AND BEST PEAS..,... ,..".. .. ,........... .,.... ..2.75 "
.. TROPICAL AND_SUBTROPICAL. I PHILADELPHIA EXTRA EARLY PEAS.,.. ,... .,........,..,.... ,.,.,... 2.50 "
Catalogue Free. EARLY Six WEEK'S BEANS .. 3.00 "
is* SiD E.1 BEETS, leading varieties .. ...,......................,, ., ,.........d....... 35 per pound.
!) F= TOMATOES, leading varieties..,.. 1.50 "
1i ) W. G. TOUSEY, BERMUDA ONION SEED..." 1.50 u

Seffher, Hillsborough Co., Fla. Other Seeds proportionately low. Send for our Market Gardeners' price list.

No. 10 South 14th St., Richmond, Va.

LE DING SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA. Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.

Full line of warden and Field Seeds 1886 growth. Seed Rye, Oats. Barley,Johnson Grass, ;F'ru.itl; : ]N rseries,
Alfalfa, Kentucky Blue Grass,Onion Sets. Proprietor Riverside Nurseries. Also a full line AUGUSTA, GA.
Green House Plants always on hand. Neunan&Wilson's Albany Strawberry plants for The stock of Fruit and Ornamental} Trees specially adapted to Florida is doubtless the
sale. Catalogue sent free on application. S. L. TIOHITTS, most varied In the United states. A special catalogue(No.4)) is published for this branchof
Seedsman and Florist. our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as Peen-To,
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Honey and other Chinese Peaches,Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons, Eryobothryas Grape
Vines, etc., we have a very large stock of Kelsey and new Japan 11 u HIM., Japan
LAKE GEORGE NURSERIES Chestnut Melon Shrubs. and other new fruits. Also all the new Roses of merit, Palms. ,
I Acacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees Flowering shrubs,etc. Cataloguessent
free to ah applicants. No. 1. Hardy fruit trees Roses, Evergreens. .No.2. Greenhouse
: NEW CATALOGUE NOW READY, plants. No.3. wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamentaltrees
suited to Florida.

With descriptions of -_--_____ -_ ___ ________ __ __ P._ J. Berkmans_ Proprietor.


Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc., etc. Selected from the best orchards in the great fig regions of the Old World, comprising the
very cream of table and drying figs. Tre most profitable fruit in the world. Easily grown
Together with full descriptions of all the and prepared for market. No disease. No insects. The coming boom for Florida. Now ia!
the time to start in a business that is bound to pay and fortunes can be made at It. We are
headquarters; our trees are unsurpassed, warrant d true to name, propagated from bearing
CHOICEST VARIETIES OF ORANGE & LEMON TREESAlso trees,and prices are below competition. Send at once for instructions for growing and the
Stn. rna'method of curing and packing,with description and price of the following varieties:
Price List Send for Catalogue toW White Troyan,While Adriatic,San Giovanni,San Peitro,lied Lardare, Paradiso. English Wai'
nuts,all best sorts. Filberts, Chestnuts,etc.,tIne trees at low rates LICHEES, most deliciousof
fruits from India,should be grown by all. Immense variety of tropical fruits East Indian
W. :HAWKINS: : : : Sc SON:
< Props-, fruits,grafted Mangoes!':, Indian Bananas, Bread Fruits, Mangosteen, Durian, Lichees,etc.
Special rates to the trade. Local agents wanted. =-

Swanwick, Perry Co., Illinois.


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from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks.

Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, f ?

AARON: W_.6.EE.. Georgetown- : Fla ,
IK'33 t f \1 .
VTav q Don't you want a nice

MANVILLE NURSERY Oo suited Varieties to the jro L .A. V\TNT': !

In want of
Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans and South.R. you

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. FRUIT TREES

Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free.

Manager, VINES ?

Harmans, "


TJ:1.e craaage *,:o.c3L LemOaa: ,
i 'so7.We ; Seodw!! ,

In variety,other Citrus Frluts, LeConte and Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persim- make specialties of LeConte and Keiffer
mons, Figs, Guavas, Grape! etc. Pear Trees, Feen-To and Honey Peach Trees They are fresh and reliable. Write to-day
and Japan Persimmons. Also all other for a sample package(your choice) free!

PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY.A. !nursery LeConte stock Roots, including at bottom Apples prices and for Pearson the DON'T FORGET

I coming season. Write for new catalogue,
H. MANVIIjljE & CO. Just issued, to U1ESTON A: Cs'. Rotten Bone Manure $20 Ton
Fla.Nursery,Montlcello,Fla. ,
DRAYTON ISLAND, Putnam County, Fla., OK -AKELAND, Polk County, FJa. Proprietors
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Free on board at Jacksonville.


A full line of Choice Nursery Stock,comprising Cringes. Flg, Apricots, Pecans, Grapes The Greenland P. O.,Fla.
Pears, Plums,etc. Also srt.EFF.EL largest
LECO grower
3O,60O Peach Trees. 5.00O Kelseys; Japan Plums. 1,5OO Olive .k.r i ti'h' 0 N :Ply )Pears f these McCartney Hedge Rose Plants for Sale.
Trees (Piclioliiie).
'. from This Rose mak(,"s a handsome and perfectly
New Catalogue now ready,free on application. Cattingsbuy Impassable fence; said to last an hundred
; ; .*. G. I... TAKER, no other ana avoid Blight. Cataloguesfree. years. Plant before January.
< .','c Glen St. Mary, Fla. W. W.THOMPSON,Smithvllle.Ga. Address, O'NEILL,,
.; .
Fairbanks, Fla.

The Lakeland Nursery Company. Shell Pond Nurseries. Orange and Peach Trees,

: ORANGE LEMON AND LIME TREES Pien Tau(or, Honey,Jackson Prolific Shrubs, Roses, Seeds, Etc.,
(September),and My Favorite(October) Wholesale and Retail
and Peaches Keiffer and Lef'-onte Pears, Plums
Peen-To Honey Kelseys's Japan ,Japan
Persimmons Japan
Persimmons, Loquats, Figs, Grapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba- Peaches, Pears, Figs,Japan Catalogue free.
nanas. Plums,ete. CIIAS. A. McBRIDE,
Tropical Potted Fruit Tree. a Specialty.Price Send for Circular.
List free on application. E. H. TISON, Manager JAS. P. DEPASS.
Lakeland,Pol k Co.,Fla. Archer,Fla. Successor McBride&Kingsbury.s .




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CALCffiEPATENTED --Grass. _____ HEMES !

: ( JULY 13, 1886.) ,

The es 0 a Fertilizers


For Orange Trees, Strawberries and all Vegetables,

especially adapted to

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Sandy Pine Land Soils. .


What is Calcined Humus ?

It is decomposed Vegetable matter taken] from its place of deposit and subjected to ]heat under( certain conditions -

until :all deleterious acids are expelled( and the] Humus is sweetened and made: immediately(

available as nature's food for plant life.

:Manufactured Solely "by; -rvv.rvv.. :I:: : : : Mason:: ., DPlorid.a.

16 Per Ton, Delivered at your nearest R. R. Station.I

I : TI.4I.: 3 : 'I

FORT MASON, FLA., June 26, 1886. musk melon vines orange trees and persimmons and must say the effect has been
I have watched with great interest the process of the manufacture of Calcined I most marvelous. Have purchased third lotfrom you and expect to use li tons
Humus at Dr. Hicks1 works. I believe he has solved the problem of Fertilizing more on my strawberries. Yours truly, E. KNEPLEY.
for our State. I have the fullest faith in C. H., for these reasons: SENECA, FLA,May 28, 1886.I .

1st. The material of which it is composed (Humus), is of the purest and best. fertilized my grove since the frost with Dr. Hicks' Calcined Humus, and I em-
2nd. In the process of manufacture the vegetable matter is not destroyed, but phatically declare it in my opinion the best fertilizer out for orange trees. I am
sweetened and purified-only a portion is reduced to its elements.3rd. not only satisfied, but delighted. Calcined Humus is a perfect success and the
Abundant potash is obtained from the calcined part and from the great Orange Growers' Boon; not on account of its cheapness alone, but also because it
quantity of Saw-Grass roots which are reduced to ash and mixed with the already' is permanent in the soil. J. H. BRAMHALL.
prepared Muck. I
I am now using it with the utmost confidence. J. T. WOFFORD. I SENECA, Fla., May 28, 1886.

REV. DK. HICKS, Dear Sir:-I have used your Calcined Humus on my orangegrove
SENECA, Orange Co., FLA., May 28, 1886. during the last year, and find it the best fertilizer I have ever tried. AJy
1 used Calcined Humus for Strawberries this season on part of my patch. The i' trees are of much better color and are putting on a better growth than they ever did
.effect is in every respect satisfactory and beyond that produced by other:Fertilizers. i I I' before. Success to your discovery. C. 'v. 'VORTIIINGTON.I .
The plants not only fruited as never before but the vines stand the hot weather and i! ALTAMONTE NuRSERIEs, July 17, 1886.I .
are as green and vigorous as ever. I grow them on Pine land, high and dry. i I
am well pleased with Calcined Humus,and when an opportunttyofiers. I shall
W. H. MILLER. be glad to speak well of it. Yours respectfully H. L. WHEATLY.

SENECA, Orange Co., FLA., May 28, 1886.I LISBON, ORANGE Co., Fla., Sept. 4, 1886.
consider Calcined Humus the very best Fertilizer for Strawberries. I tried to TV. W. HICKS, Fort Mason; Dear Sir:-I have used your Calcined Humus on
raise them on soil richly mixed with muck
raw but utterly failed. I obtained
in of to the tree, with most
my youngorange trees quantity one peck satisfactoryresults.
some Calcined Humus and used as a top-dressing, double handful to the I
the effect remarkable. The trees have put on fine color and vigorous growth. I used it by the
was have borne !
They vigorously for three months and are and
side of good, well decomposed stable manure find the results Calcined Humus
bearing well at this time. Another thing, I hnd that the berries are kept free ': than
'I' better from the stable manure. If Calcined Humus does as well on vegeta-
from sand when the plants are top-dressed with the Humus, it being clean and
nice handle bles as on trees, I think you have the best thing for yourself and the truck growersin
to My neighbor, 1tlr.1tlil1er raised fine
as strawberries as I ever saw, the world. I W. T. LAINE.
with Calcined Humus, so I know that mine was not due to chance. very

J.II. BRMIHALL.LANE EUSTIS, Fla., Sept. 6. 1886.
C. H. REDDING, Lane Park, Fla ; Dear Sir:-I used Calcined Humus this
PARK, FLA., August 16, 1886. I year applying it in January and June,using one ton on 160 trees that have been
C. H. BEDDING.; Gen. Agent, Dear Sir-It atfords me great pleasure to speak in budded three years. The results have astonished me\ .My grove is in a flourish-
behalf of the Calcined Humus as a Fertilizer... I have tried it on cabbage plants, I ing condition. Yours truly, GUY HUTCHINGS, M.D.
Applications for Agencies, Circulars Etc., should be addressed Send all orders to V V

/ C. H. REDDING Gen. Agent W. I. HICKS, ';\,

< "" FORT :MASON\ FLA. :

,': LANE: PARK, FLA. TERMS C... :. -.,".:.
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18, 1886.] THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. 719


Royal Palm Nurseries, Strawberry Plants.Nunan's Nichols, Rockwell I & Co.

MANATEE, FLA. Prolific.. . ... . .....per 1000 $2.25
In Addition to a full line of general nursery Charleston Seedling,or Noisettes, 350 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
stock adapted to the climate of Florida,we In lots of 500 or over,less than 500,per 100 .50
are constantly receiving seeds and plants Special rates for lots of 10,000 or over.
from all over the tropical and sub-tropical A few thousandPOTTED Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Grates. Mantels, Paints,
world of which
are Introduced for the
first time Into the United States. PLANTSat Oils Saddlery Guns, Ammunition Etc.
We can only mention a few of the rare
plants and trees we catalogue for the fall of $2 per hundred.
: Orders with cash
accompanied promptly
Mangoes (many varieties), Sapodillas, Rose- filled with strong healthy plants,well packed. Parties in Town or Out .

Apple.Sour-Sops,Star-Horse-Radish pples,Sueer-A poles Trees,,Cherimoyas"Spanish, Plants Now Ready. will do well to call or l send for our catalogues In our line.and prices of any goods they may need

Limes,' Tamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries, Address,
Maumee Sapotas,Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap- J. W. VOSE, Prices Lower than Ever.
ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias,Acacias, Albizzias P. O. Box 116,Jacksonville, Fl .
and Cassias in variety. Tatrophas, Fourcrayas, 52 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.
Yuccas,Agaves, Dasylmons, Plumerias, Palmsin Or, WM. H. KINGSBURY, ,
( variety), Cscsalpinias and Poincianas, many Taylor's European H HouseJacksonville Fla. --
kinds of Ipomeas, Crotons, Dracaenas,and rare GEORGE L. McCONIHE .
greenhouse plants; Antigonons, Bamboos, East
Indian Pines and forest trees; Pandamus and Lemons !
Veitchil, Musa Ensete; Cyphomandra betacea Oranges DEALER IN
((the Tomato tree" of Jamaica); the "Melon
Shrub" and White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses Sash Doors and Blinds
and all sorts of shrubbery in variety. Consignments solicited. Liberal advances ,
Red made. Would be pleased to correspond with
Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready,
S2.00 per hundred, $15.00 per thousand. parties desiring to ship here. PAINTS, OILS, BUILDING MATERIAL,
New catalogue ready In October. Summers Morrison & Co.
II .A.EI.. :]D W
AddressREASONER:; BROS., 171 South Water St., Chicago. A. EJ ,

Box 10,Manatee,Fla. Refer to Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, Agricultural Implements, Carpenters' Tools, Iron, Steel), Rope
; J. V. Farwell&Co., Chicago.nRIENTALFRUITS. Belting, Etc.

IMPROVED Sole Agent :for Florida :for

, t1 Orange Lightning Powder, Galvanized Four-Point Steel Barb Fence Wire, Galvanized Barb-
Steel Twisted Ribbon Wire, Spring-Tooth Cultivators Acme Harrow and Orange Grove
Wllson SlrawMrry PlantsFOR LeConte"d Kieffer Pears on their Cultivators, Queen of the Garden Hand Cultivator, southern (St. Louis) Pure White Lead,
IQ< ;own roots; Bartlett and other Pearson Masury's R. R. Colors and Liquid Paints, Fairbanks'Standard Scales.
LeConte roots; Prnnns Simoni and
.Japanese Plums;Peen To& Hone

SALE. J" large Peaches and;general Russian assortment Apricots.of Fruit A :L.C. > C> K I C> C> iI3. f

Trees. Catalogue with facts.Free. _
Address W. F. HEIKES I ,Manager,

Price $2.1>0 perlOOO:: ,

Qibley's Tested Will make your Store Fronts and Architectural Castings. Build or Repair your Machineryand
Delivered to the wharf.C. seedS sell you Machinery and Mill Supplies. Guaranteeing you as satisfactory work and
\ : prices you can get in more Northen cities. Mention this paper when writing for esti-


f East Mandarin. To Market Gardeners and Truck HARDWARE, ETC. BANKS, ETC.

;"- -- --_._._-- -- ---_.. -
'. Farmers of Florida.Send .
DEER ISLAND Farmers' Wagons and Carts. A. F. DROUGHT, 7.H.8KKLDINO,
for our Catalogue and Price List of Gar President. Cashier.
den, Field and Flower Seeds.II. .
I If you want a first-class .Wagon or Cart KISSIMMEE CITY BANK
GARDENS AND NURSERIES C. Denton, Esq., the well known planterand I Cheap for Cash,call on ,
Revenue Collector of A lachua Co., sendsus
the following unsolicited endorsement of R. D. ZAIIITI, ORANGE COUNTY, FLA.

OAKLAND, ORANGE CO., FLA. our stocks: "Your Early Dwarf Flat Dutch Jacksonville Fla. -
Cabbage has given perfect satisfaction, and Office, H. Berlack's Store, East Bay Street. CAPITAL J$GO OOO.
you are well able to control the seed marketIn Farm Wagons from.$35.00 to$42.00 ,

Pot Grown Scmi-Tropical Fruit this section." Carts and Drays from .. ..25.00 to$28.00 -
Above catalogue, tog; ther with our com- Transacts a general Banking business.
and Ornamental Trees, plete list of Farm and Garden Implements,
mailed free to all applicants. Address Hussey's New Steel Coulter Harrow. -
Plants and Vines. \ ': Also ole maker of Ilnssey's
Tbi mad. &Sgi Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit
II I U AM SII1LKY & CO., i .
of apr ac urnpcnd t eCyJ" Steel it:Hwd Metal"Plow.
No Loss in Transplanting. Rochester, N. Y. alwa,. ,1 bvp. ..ty lightCentennial. Horse Hoe,&c. cashed.
itron .dur&bi.f.ndeh. .p.AddreM,T. B. HUSSEY -
Catalogue and Price List Free, on application ; N. Berwick Aie. Has correspondents in all the chief towns
FOR SALE. Florida also Seaboard National
to the Manager. AddressA. Bank and
Messrs..C. M.Whitney& Co., New York.
1OOO Pecan Trees, from 1 to 2 feet high, In Great Britain: The Bank of Irelan
E. CHAMPLLN\ from choice Texas Nuts. A fine lot of thrifty Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Briny! ,

nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co., Fla. trees. Price from Send for illn! North America and Melville, Evans &: C.
10 to 15 Cents Each. trated Catalogue and pricei.flea London.

Also Three Trios Pekin and Two Trios Rouen
of Lake Woir Go. Ducks,$0 per trio. ----- -

Rixford,Fla. ._
P. S.-Would exchange a trio of Pekin -- ----- -
100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees.Our Ducks for Plymouth Rock fowls. .A. C.A. Ft. ::1:). BRO.

trees are very thrifty, three and four
from the and
all who
year old stock,%to l% inch diameter,with FOR SALE. are Buffering errors
one year old buds. Nurseries easily accessible Indiscretions of youth nervous weakness early
to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for besot I will send
decay, manhood kc., a recipe
Catalogues. Address I 10,000 SOUR ORANGE TREES, FOR
I that will cure you FREE OF CHARGE.This groat m s
dec2I-ly South Lake Weir, Fla. remedy was discovered by a missionary In South
From %to % Inches In diameter; price from
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the

FAIRVIEW NURSERIES $5; to $15 per 1OO BEV.JOSEPH T.INMAK,Station D,New York City.
according to size and quantity taken.

Address FRANK ERBLAND, Manager. CECIL H. PLUMIVTER" .. >I.i .
O. R. THATCHER, Waldo, Fla. >, I} ,


Gun Locksmiths and Stencil
San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida. I ,

Student of;the Royal Veterinary College of 44 W. Forsyth St., Op.St.Johns Hotel.

K LOndon,
The best varieties of the Orange and Lemon Will answer all communications through let- ,
and other Citrus Fruits. ters and telegrams. Gnnsmlthlng done In all Its branches.
Choice varieties of the Fig,of recent Intro- IRON SAFE WORK
duction. Successor to Albert Fries,
Spoclal rates on Stencil Cutting,by mall
Office in Orlando,Fla.,at
The Cat ey Guava,both the Red and Yel Keeps 20 varieties of Pure-bred Fowls. ct-tf
Yards: Shell Road, near Moncrief Spring Reed AvFoster's Stables.
low.The Eggs for Hatching, 52 per dozen.P. .
Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto O. Box 381. Jacksonville, Fla HABITS cared J.887
the soil and climate of Florida. OPIU I ManCIWUISKY sent pain.Free.Book My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are
perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and
.)(. ., .
The Japan Plum,varieties of the Mulberry, $700 $2600 A YEAR, clear or ? ,,,__ always handy to tell the day of week,monthor
Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes,Pecans,etc.ATCataloguo LO aU expensecan be year.
made working for us. Agents preferred who OFFER To Introduce them Too costly to give away, I will mall one to
free on application.REFERENCESCrosby can furnish their own horses and give their ABIC .we will GIVEAWAY anybody sending me a nickel to help pay advertising -
whole time to the business. Spare moments 1,000 Self-Operating Washing Ma- postage etc. You need one and
: &Go wen.San Mateo; may be profitably employed also. A Jew va- chines. If you want one send us your name should send soon before all are gone.
Honk W. Lyle, San Mateo; w. J. Webb, cancies in towns and cities. *B. F.JOHNSON P.O. and express office at once. THE NATIONAL JAMES HASLEY,
A CO., 1013 Main.Su, Richmond, Va. Co.,23 Dey St.,N. Y. Seed Grower,Madison Ark.

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'7 20 '"rHE FLORIDA DISPATCH.=- [OCTOBER IS, 1336. .



South Bound. North Bound.
(Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER
S. B. HUBBARD & CO. Pas. Pas.' Pas. Pas.
.OtMplAer MkR1P+otittixairu WEDNESDAY, August, 1886, 5 a m,Trains &frt &frt1=", STATIONS. &frt &trt
aMS .... will leave and arrive as follows:
11. 13. I' : U. 12-

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 82J 8.101 OLv..Takeland..Ar 7.20 7.40

WAYCROSS SHORT LINE w :.. .''rD. 8.43 8.32' S Lv. ...Haskell . .Lv 6.58 7.18
.: DEALERS IN : _. -- C: w0 9.0. 8.501)lAr.) : Bartow . ..Lv 6.40 7.00
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All Trains of this Road are Run! by Central ((90th) STATIONS. Q.? aZ oz mZ Sanford and Indian River Railroad.
iRM <<
Hardware Stoves and Tin-ware 5Zo
Meridian Time, which is 33 Minutes Slower = .
than Jacksonville Time. 4 0 h Dally except Sum'ay.
Sash Doors and Blinds Paints <
South Bound. North Bound.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2 1886. -----I--
Oils and Varnishes Pumps Leave- AM Read Dowd. Read Up.
Passenger Trains will leave and arrive daily, R. R. Wharf ...- ......- ......- .......1 ...-... _
,i Lead and Iron Pipes Sugar as follows: Sanford...... 0 800 435 520 930Belalr. .. I Pas.&Ftl I Pas.N0. m"
NEW ORLEANS EXPRES ......... 3 810 4 43 5 32 9 45
Mills Leather and Crystal L'kc 4 ....... ..... .. 5 6 ......_
Leave Jacksonville daily at............. 1:35 a m -
.Bents..1.5 81,5 .... .. 5 39' ......
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:3c am0
a m 1'
Rubber Belt and Leave Callahan daily at......_........... 8:18 a m Longwood.I 10 8 25I. 5.5 6 03 10 :30Altamonte. ') 7.40 17
Mill Arrive at Waycross daily at. ...... ..10:15 a ra .. 12 8 ,43 501. 613 2&, 10 5' 3 6.4.1 ........Fart Reed......... 7.zJ 14
Supplies _._ 14 8 38 5 OJ 6 1108Maltland
Arrive Brunswick via B.&: A. R. R... 1:50 p m 5 6.5'3:....... ..;. 7.15 12
. : Arrive at Thomasville daily at........ 1:37 p m Park_...' 15 853 501 6251 1120 6 .!I 6.571...............Lord... ... 7.10 11
of every description. Arrive at Bainbridge daily at...?_.... 8:35 p m .Winter i 18 9 W 515 63.51 1140Wilcox. i 17.i8,.........._. ............. .
I .Arrive Chattahoochee daily at...... 4:01 ...... 20 ....- ........ 6 43: '\...._ 13. [ *Tuskaw1l1a. 6.47 4
p m r }
I Orlando....... t 9 13 5 26 655 12 35 ; (
Arrive at Pensacola via L. &: N. R.!L.iu:10 p m I.. 171; : 7.3iIAr..Ovideo.; ...... lv, 6..151; 0
A "NEW DEAL" *Gatlln...... 25....._ '._." 705Jessamine. .......
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N. R. R-...... 2:30
: a m .. 261! 9 Z1 534 710 12 53 *Flag Stations. No. 3 and 6 Daily. Trains
Arrive at New Orleans via L.&N.: R.R 7:20: a m .Plne Castle 9 26 -....... 141 ......_ No. 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8 Daily except Sunday.
Pullman Buffet Cars and from
to Jacksonville .Blg Cypress :ZTI) 9 3.3 5I! 1 10 Train No. stops at Kissimmee for breakfast.
and New Orleans: via Pen&acola. and .)1cKlnnon.I 31 9 -15 552 .7 37i 221 1 41) Trains No. 19 and 20 Dally. Trains No.21 and

Deere & Company Mobile. KIsSimmeeI. 1010 0'21 6 06 50j! 2 2)Capmbells. ) 22 Dally except Sunday.
i KAHT MAIL. 411012, M.I Trains Nos. 3 and 6 stop only at Orlando,
Leave Jacksonville dally at....?......? 2;OJ p m *LakeLochei! 52110 301 63'2: 310 Kissimmee, Davenport, Bartow Junction,
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..........12:00 m I)avenporr.' 57 10 421 6 421......., 3 52 Lakeland, Plant ,City and Auburndale on
MOLINE, ILLINOIS. Leave Callahan daily at_..........?...... 2:45 p m ..UainesCity! 61110 521.......!......., _....., Signal.
[Chattahoochee at.....................11:30: am Bartow J'nc 68111' Obi 7 051.. ...-1 450 Connects at Sanford with Sanford and In-
Two Horses do the work of Three. Leave Thomasville at........................ 1:40: p m Auburndale 72'l1181713' ,....._! 5 10 dian River Railroad for Ovideo and points on
can Arrive at Waycross dally at....?........ 4:40: p ra .f4'ltzhughs, : 77'1127, 7 ...._1 5 25 Lake Jessup; with the People's Line and
Arrive at Jesup dally at........ ._.......... 6:15 p m Lakeland...j i 83i1143: 7 35....-... I 610 DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line of Steamersfor
'. Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. &: G... t-::35 p in Plant City...I 93"12'" (03):J 7 ....... 655.Cork. Jacksonville and all Intermediate pointson

A SAVING OF 0 F ONETHIRDIN Arrive at Savannah daily at............... 7:58 p m ...........' 9312: 13 ..55'' ...... ....... St. Johns River,and with Steamers for In-
Arrive at Charleston dally at........... 1:25' a ni Reffner_.....? 10312 2J 8 ......._ 7 35llango dian River and Upper St. Johns.At .
Arrive Washington, D.C.,daily at 11:00: r m ......... Wi 1.3t: : ) 8 7 45. Kissimraee with Steamers for Fort Myers
THE COST OF PLO W1N0. Arrive Baltimore.............?.................12:35a: m *Orient ........1109. 12 ..201.1 j I..... .. andBasslngerand points on Kissimmee river.
Arrive Philadelphia........................_ :3:45 a m Ar Tampa..11512 845., ....._ I 821I ) At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern
24 inches Tumid wlth.alll. power 16 1 inches Arrive at New York dally at._......?? 6:50 a m I I 40.. PM 1 I P MNOILTH Railway for all points North East and West,
L.ntofor. r. wind (or'p Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville I I I and at Bartow with the Florida} Southern
and NFW" York. Railway for Fort teade and points South.
EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. UOUNJ Connects at Tampa with steamer "Marga-

Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 4:30: p ra u_________ ret" for Palma Sola, Braldentown, Palmetto.
Arrive at Jacksonville dally at.._......11:3ja m poi ; 4d cp .zo Manatee and all points on Hlllsborough andTampa
I Leave Callahan daily at....................._ 5:14 p m be) :: dSTATIONS. -. oo. Bays.
Arrive atCallahan..............................10:46: am o SO :::sO -Io ... Also with elegant new Steamship "Mas- I
a i Leave Wa]" ross................................._ 7:30 p m :: i qZ Z cotte" of the Plant Steamship Co., for Key
Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 8:25: a m _- r c 0:. ...eM.. rLeave (ij West and Havana, with steamers for Cedar
I reave Gainesville dally at............_.... 3:50: p m <: C-; Keys and Mall Steamers for Key West.
Leave at Lake City........ ......... ........... 3:15:' p m r Passengers for Havana can leave Sanfordon
''p rS Leave Live Oak daily at......... ........... 7:10 p m -r I ;;; A M A M Express Train at 4.35 p. m. Monday and
Leave Thomasville dally nt._.......,.....11:15: p in 01 I 40 ..._.., 500 6 30; ) Thursday connecting same evening with
i; :T TThe Arrive at Albany dally at.......... .. '. 1:39: a .. *lJrlent..1 6 1 5Iango ).,......_ ....... ...._ stea er at Tampa.Application .
: Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 8:00 a m .........1. 101 2 W:,......_ 5 22 7 10 for Passports c'n be made
Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. It.......... 2:10 p m 4eflner_......I 110'..._ 5 Z7 I 7 35 through any Notary Public and such applications -
Arrive New Orleansia L. &: N. It.R. 7:30 p m *Cork......... 17 2 ,....... .. ........ when vised by Spanish Consul Key
Arrive Nashville' via L. & N. R. R.... 7:10 a m Plant City._ 22 2 20......... 5 43 8 25 West will answer the purpose 01 Passport.
of the tines Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. It.2:21 a ,in Lakeland.. t2: 2 53........ 610 9 25' Through Tickets sold at all regular stations
gmtett iaproTeceat}: : Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6a: m *(4'ltzhughs'.. 38 3 22 9 55 points North, East and West.FREDEKTC/ .
Arrive St. 7:40 a m Auburndale 43 3 :30 1015 H. RAND,
THE "NEW DEAL" WHEELED Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville Bartow J'nc 47 3 03..6 40 1105HafuesCity (3e .'1 Ticket Agent

and St. Louis via Thoraasville, Albany, 54 J : ..... ..._...
WALKING PLOWS Montgomery and Nashville. Davenport...!! 58 352, .... .70'2 11 ,15LakeJchef
JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. : 4 0.2'''....., 7 12 1201Campbelli ; MISCELLANEOUS.BEEKEEPERS' .

SINGLE AND DOUBLE FUltJlOW. Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m I 6Ji 422. AM ....... ...._
Arrive Jacksonville..........................?. 8l\5' am Kissimmee.., 7')1' 35: ;' 411 !S UU I 21)
:THE NEW DEAL" Is lighter In draft and moro Leave Callahan....................................10:20 pIn *llcKinnonl I 811! 4S 5 55: M 101 140Bigcypress
easily handled than a hand plow, and cuts a Arrive Waycross..................................!12:35: a m 851? 5 00 6 fJ7 8 156
more uniform furrow. Arrive Albany via B. &: W. R. R-....., 5:30: a m ."'Ine Castle 88 a 0'76\ 15, .......1 I .. '
Jessamine.. t9; 5 10, 618 M 211 i I.2 15Gatlin. MAGAZINE[
Arrive :Macon via Central R. R.......... 0:10 am..
THE "NEW DEAL" I IIC lighter In draft, lighter in Arrive Atlanta via Central R. 1L....... 1:35 m "* ......1 90 .... .' 6 21......... I ,

weight will! and lighter In price than & sulky plow, Arrive Jesup......................................... 2:15a p m !. Orlando.._. 95I.5 2JI 6 35:' 1 8 371.f I i 3 (00Wilcox. '
and I do all its work. Arrive Brunswick via }i;. T. V. &: G.... 6:00 a m I .... {); ....., 642i-.1' I ,. 25; cents a Year.
THE NEW DEAL" Gang cuts 24 Inches with the Arrive Macon via E. T. V. &: G. It. R.. 8:30 a m Winter P'rk 97; 5 36;: 50, 8 3 3U Address
draft of a 161 inch Laud plow-u saving of 50 percent Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & R.R.12:05 m :\laltlnndIOOI) 5 4t, 6 58 8 53I 34.5
in labor. Does all the work of a four- Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R......? 6:50 a in Mayo ........._!101 5 481 7 03 S 56'; 4 00 i Sample Free. Barry town, N. Y.
boree! riding gang with one lese horse and little Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir Altamonte..102 5 7 10', 900, 4 15LongWOo
more than half the cost. Pars via Waycross, Albany and Macon and < ... 105 6 021; 7 9 08 -t 55
I via Waycross, Jesup and Macon between; "Bents, ....... .110 6 111 7 31I....... .......
THE insuring"NEW KTcatent DEAL"strength Plow are with ALT lightest STEEL weight., Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also,; Through *Cr'sta1L'ke'lllt.': ......., 7 ....... .1 ......_ Type for Sale.
.Belair.,1I2., 6 151 7 38 9 20 5 aiSanford.
Coaches between Jacksonville
This Is untried aud and and I 800> pounds Long }Primer the typo the Dls
no rickety experiment, I 6 2i'' 150 9 5 50
Chattanooga, via Albany and Jacksonvilleand
these ; 1.)1 301'I I patch Is printing from, in oflere-1 for sale
claims are not recklessly to attract at Cincinnati, via Jesup. Ar.R.'Vhartl. P \1. A 14 A P M
--- cheap. Address
tention. Thi nyetem is the ont rowth of careful
observation experiment reaching over n period SAVANNAH EXPRESS. Pemberton u. w. DACOSTA.
of year, with a rational view of the requirementsof Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m Ferry IIrallch.-S.F. R.R
the times. Arrive Jacksonville.......... ....._........... 8:05 a m South Bound
Leave Callahan .............................,10:2) pin North Bound. SAM PLE Sl.OOlor 13 Week*. TheIOLICE
They ere superior to any plows ever offered, Arrive Callahan................................... 7:05: a m Read Down. Read Up. OAZETTJGwill
and the uio-t economical plows ever placed in the Leave Gainesville at........................... 3JO p m y It"'st Pas I F'st I't. a be mailed securely any address In the
market. Send for circular. thrive Gainesville. ................??......... 9:35 a m I 1\1'1. Ft. MTATIOS M'1 Ex. =- United States of /V.**W/>In QIF7Q I t-O:: Ono forTbreeMontbs Dollar. Lib

Leave Lake City................................._ 3:15 p In on eral receipt discount allowed to Postmasters Agents and
State Agents for the above Plow. Arrive Lake City..:.............................UbK) a m I .:::.. Clubs.The POLICE n&AII! dS GAZETTE:
Leave Live Oak at. ....... ........... ..... 7:10 p m ,P.M. A.!or I .AM P.M' of New York is the IVIMI ft.CL I* oxLT legitimate .
'. ALSO Arrive at Live Oak daily at............... 6:15: a m o 5.2) 3.40'Lv' I'embert'u 'er.y Ar 10.LO 0.1tt 7o Illustrated Sporting and Sensational
"Deere & CO'S Steel 1 2 and Arrive Thoraasville.......................... 7:50 a In I 5.21 3.25, ....__.*Fitzgerald . 10.00 9.11'1- Journal published on the American
Pony Arrive Albany.......... .........................U:50!) ) a m 3 5.30 .....?..... Oriole ...10.00 ". continent. Apply for terms to FREE I
;."\ :3-Horse Steel Plows, Riding, Arrive Montgomery: via Cen. R. R.... 7:23 p m 10 5.46 .......1'............ .1\lacon... 9.-13 ....... t5U Richard K. Fox Franklin Square. New York.PIAHOS&ORGflHS.
Arrive Nashville via L & N. R. R.... 7:10 a m I 4.2.jl.Owen&boro ... ....
Walking'and Plain Culti- Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R... 2:20 p m 16 6.1( .J.5.5.Dade Cft _.........1, 927 8.05 59

vators. Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 635 p m 2"11 B.IS 5.2))!,,.........-Richland............1; 9.11)) 7.25 ;2 .,
.> ,. ... Arrive At,. Louis via L. & N. R. R...... 8:0) pmArrh.e '. 6.-t.J 5.50J.! ......Tedderv1J1e .1 l 848 6.J5tH : ---- :
Waycross............... ., ............12:35 a ra 37' 657 6.101........?. Kathleen.. : 8.35: 6.o5:3S:: : -
. t.. ALSO AGENTS FOR Arrive Brunswick via B. &: W. R. R... 7:40 a in : 7.4t 1.0 .. ......_Lakeland; _.........i: X. '!I, 5. ?,ir2: ,I Of alt makes direct. to customers '
? Arrive ...._.............. ... .... .... !lll I from headqaartets, at
Jesup. ..._ 33 a m i3 J ROS 8.15\.. .......Plant City..........!, 7.5 4.3J,22;, wholesale
.: t Planet Jr. Cultivator and Garden Tools, Arrive Savannah...........?. .............. .. firl/iara) / 58! 8.20)........ ..m *Cork... : I 7.40 _.....,17 i iI araDteed.prices.Nomo AU asked goods
. Arrive Charleston.........._ ...._.........1255 p m 63j I R1: Riq.! ............-effner............., 7. 3) ::1.j.)12.' tili Instruments are received
> Washbura & Moens Arrive Washington.............?.............10S a m ti5, 8.J.9.00: ; ....l\1ango.... i '7.21 3.3.5:10: and fully tested. Write us
Arrive New york........................ ........ 5:30pm 69: 8.18.x.; . ......Orient. .....?.. 7.15...... 6 before purchasing. An investment of 2 cents may
4", BARBED WIRE FENCING. Pullman Palace Cars between Jacksonville 751 9.f1:' : 9.JOI Arri..e". Tamra Lave t 7.flO,_ .3.wl 0Bartow save you from 850.OO to 8100.00. Address
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, We keep the largest stock of Pullman Buffet Cars betweeo Jacksonville I1ranch.- Dally?r cept Sunday. I Wholtal6. .J> Attributing. Jcp"/Of"the i South.
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.. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Through Tickets sold to all point Rail
h. by South Bound. North Bound.
Best for field and
and Steamship connections, and baggagechecked AZTEC CORN
In the Stat.
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Also Pas. Pas. I Pas. Pas. ,
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,,,"fl', Catalogues.' and Prices sent free. Correspond 55 and sections secured at the Company's O"'1ce No. &Ft I=" I rATIONS. &Ftt No. immense ears, of mammoth grains, to the
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'.i" '." ence solicited. In Astor's Building,82 Bay street,and at Pas 16. I 18. mailed. Onions :
Multiplying cents. Stand-
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Address Steamers H. B. Plant and CMattahonchee and A.X P.M. A ard, hardy Nor hem Potatoes. Now Is the
I" De Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson- 11.'J 4.45 0 Lv. .Bartow Junc. .Ar 010.55 3.2c time to order. Only 3.25 per barrel; $15 for 5
--t 11.45 .5,02 5 Lv.WlnterHaven.Ar 510.3 a.ffi barrels, if cash! with order, AT OJJCK. Onions,

-::'. 'S. B. HUBBARD & CO. Ville."r)1.. P. HARDEE, 11.57 5.15 9ILV.; Eagle Lake...?... 9,10.Z1, 2.30 Potato or Multiplying per barrel.

General"r Aeeut.R 12.071\ 5.2512 ...Gordonv1lle...?.... 1210.13 2.43 T1IIIIIPE,
."ara Jacksonville, Fla. G. FLEMING Superintendent. I2.2 1 5.40,1.;, I" .. Bartow. Lv171).0012.30_ ) \ .! McDonough, Chenango Co., N. Y.


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:: Augusta, Ga.................. 30 WO 00 Cedar RaPids Ia.......... ...... ......... Fort Scott, Kan............ 90'' 140 oo! Logansport, Ind._..,...... ...... ......... Portsmouth, Ohio......... ... N._
:t Atlanta, Ga................... 35 70 00 ChampaIgn, I'll............. ... ......... OallIon, OhIo............ ... ... .........: LIncoln, Neb.. .._.......... 91 156 40 Peoria, 111-................. 65 116 00
: Atchison, Kan.............. .. .. ......... Dalton, Oa......_..... ...... 40 80 00 OalUpol1s. OhIo............ ... '......... r Mt con. Oa.............. ....... 25 50 00 P1tt8bur, Pa............. ... 66 126 00
,: Adrain, 1.1ich............. ...... ......... I Dayton, 0. ............. ... ......... Grand Rapids, )l1ch_... ,......... Mobile, Ala....................,. 40 80 00 Quincy Ill..............._... ...... ...-..
; Ann Harbor, Mich...... N. .......... Delaware. Ohio............. ... ......... Hendersont.y.............. b5 100 00 Montgomery, Ala........ 35 7000 Rome ua.J. ..... .......... 40 80 00
Alton, IlL..................... ... ......... Defiance Ohio. ............. ... ......... Hickman, KY_.............. 55! :10000Indianapolls Mansfield, Ohio............ ... ......... Rock Island, In............. ...... ..._..
:; Anniston, Ala............... 40 80 00 Detroit Mich................ 70 120 001 Ind......... 60 1110 00Jeffersonville Massillon OhIo............ ... I......... Rochester, N. Y......__ 68} 134 00
Birmingham, Ala.. ..... 40 80 00 Danville, 111.................. ...: .........: Ind...... 58 108 00 1\lt. Vernon OhIo......... '......... Sandnsky, Ohio............ d5- 116 00
: Bloomington, III ......... ... ......... Davenport Ia. ............. ...... ........ Jacksonville, IlL.........1, ... ........ MemphIs, .Tenn.. .......... 45 90 00 Sioux City. Iowa........ .. .........
Burlington Ia............... ... ..... Dubuque Iowa............ ... Joliet, Ill........................I .I... Milwaukee, WIs......_.. 70 1120 00 SprIngfIeld, Ill.............. _... ...._.
Belleville Ill......_......... Des Moines, Iowa......... 1.\\ Jefferson CIty, Mo........ ... ,. .. Madison Ind..Minneapolis ....._......... ... ;......... St.Joseph Mo............... ...... .........
Buffalo ii. Y.................. 60 .126 00 Denver, Col.................. 185 250 OOj Knoxville, Tenn .......... 45 90 00 ... St. Louis, ?l\Io... ....._...... 65 116 00
Bay City, 1.11ch............. ...... ......... Dixon, IlL. .................. .. ...... Kenton OhIo................. .' Madison, Wis................. ...... I......... Saginaw, 1tIich........... .. .........
I Bristol, .1.enn............_ ... ......... Elyria, Ohio.................. ...... I.........1 Kalamazoo, \Hch?...... 70 [i12000 Montreal, Canada_......' ...... !1......... Springfield,Ohio........... -. .........
Cleveland 0........... ...... 70 120 00Cincinnati Evansville, Ind-......... 56X 106 00 Kansas City, 1.10 ..._....... .. .. Nashv1lle,Tenn............ 45 90 00 St. Paul,ltlinn............... ...... ..._
Ohio.......... 55 100 00 East Saginaw, :Mich..... ... ......... IAlnsIng,1.IIc\h................ .. .. New Orleans_............ 45 90 00 Toledo 0. ..._............ 70 lID 00
Cairo Ill.. .................... 60 110 00 Eastt3t. Louis Ill.......... 65 116 00 LaCrosse, 'Vis................ .. ... Newark, Ohio......_....... ... ....._.. Terre Haute, Ind NN_ 60 110 00
Columbus, Ky.............. 55 100 00 Emporia, Ran.............. 1 05 162 00 Lima Ohio............. ...... .. Omaha, Neb.................. ...... ..... Toronto, Can................. ...... ...._.
Columbus, Ohio.......... .. ......... Erie, Pa ......................... 66 126 00 Lafayette, Ind......_...... .. ....... Ottawa, Can..... ............ ...... ......... Topeka, Kan......_........ 95 148 00
Columbus Ga .............. 35 70 00 Fort Wayne Ind.......... ... ......... Lancaster, OhIo............ ... ...Leavenworth .... on City, Pa.. ................. 66 126 00 Urbana, Ohio................ ... .........
', Council B1ua .'Ia......... ... .... Findlay Oh}0............... ... ... Kan...... .. .......... Pekin, Ill. ..................... ... .......... Wheeling, W.Va._.... 66 128 00
t Chicago Ill_......_._.... 65 116 00 Fremont, Ohio .............. ...... .......... Louisville Ky............_ (65! 100 00 Pana, Ill .... ............ ... ......... Winnipeg, Man_.......... I..... -
Chattanooga, Tenn...... 40 80 00 ,'Fort Dodge, Iowa........ 1 18 170 00 Little Rock, Ark....._... 55 120 00 ;iPIqua, Ohio.................... ... .........


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Stations Savannah, Florida & Western Railway............................................ ... ... ...1 l 1I l I ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .' . .. .. .. ....
Jacksonville Callahan, and Live Oak.....................................................-......._ 20 40 25 ; 30 60 30 60 30 601 Z1 55 'I O' . .. .. .. ....
Gainesville 1ew Branford............._......................................_........................... 30 60 35 U 401 80 40 80 401 80 :37: 75 . .. .. .. .. ....
Landings on 8t. Johns river............................................................... .................. 30 60 35 70'' 401, 80 40 80 80! 37 75 I II I . . .... .. ... .. ....
Stations on Fla So. Ry north or and including Ocala ......................................., 35 70 40 80 45'' 90 45 90 45 1 901 42 85 I . .. .... .. .... .. ...1l .
Stations on Fla. So. Ry. south or Ocala. ............................................?................. 3T 75 42 &51 47 95 47 95 47 95! 44 90 . . .. .. .... : .. ....
Stations on Fla. So. Ry.. St. J. & L. E. Div18ion..............................................._ 37 75 42 851 47 95 49 95 47 47 95, I . . .. .. .... .-. ....
Landings on Lake Santa Fe..........................................:......_...................._.......... ... ... ... ......I, i ... ... 95)I ... I l . . .... .... .. ....
Tam pa..._............................................................................................................._. 45 90 50 1 55 1 10 55 1 10 55 1 10 55 1 10 I II I . .. .... .. .... .. ....
Landings on Manatee River........................ '......n.................................... .............. ... .. .. ... ...001 I.I ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... i ::1 i . . . .. .... .. ....
I Stations on J", St. A. & H. R. Ry......................._..................._........................... ... ... ".', ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... I . . ... .. .... .. ....
PaIa tka.. .......................... ......_...........N................._................................. 30 60 35 ;0 I rSt. I 40 80 .JO 80 40 80 37 75 . . .... .. .... .. ....
Augastine..N. ........b...NINU.W............................N.....HN.....N.N........ ... ... ... I, . . .. .. .... .. ... .
Stations on JT.&K.W.By...... ........................................................................... ... ... ... ..1 I : : I : I . . .. .. .... .. ....
Landings on Lakes Eustis and Harris... ..._.......................................................... 42 85 47 I r1 1 59 125 52 105 52 105 . . .... .. .... .. ....
Stations on South Florida RaUroad. gal I

From Belair to cK1nnon, inclusive .......................... ................................ ..... 40 80 45 90. 50. 100 501 1 50 100 47 95 . .. .... .... .. ....
_ From KissImmee to Acton, inclusive.......................... ................. ................. 45 90 50 1 00: MilO 55! 1 001 55 1101, 52 102I . .1 ... .. .... .. ....
From Plant City to Orient&, Inclnsive....................................................... ..... 50 100 50' 1 10 I I 60120 601201 60 120 57 115 ; . ... .. .... .' ....
From Winter Haven to Bartow, 1nclusive.......................................................... 55 1 10 60 120 65 130 65 1301 65 130 62 125 I . .. .... .... .. ....
Stations on F. R. 6c N. Co. north of and including Ocala...................._......._ 3.5 701 40 8Q 45 90 45 90 45 90 42 85 I . . ... .. .... .. ....
Stations ou F. R. do N. Co. south ot Ocala-N.............................;....................._ 37 75 42 851, 47 95 47 95 47 95 4-t 00 . . .. .. .... .. ....
Stations on Sanford & Indian River B. R.........._................ .._..................... ... ...... ... ..... ... ...... ... ... .... ... ......: . .. .... .. ... .. ....
Stations on Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic I1. II................................................... ... ...... ... ......, ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... ......I . .. ... .. .... .. ....
Gulf points north T mpa.................................................:............._................... ... ..... ... .... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...' . .. .. ... .. ....
Gulf points south Tampa.............._............................................................_... ... ...... ... ...... ... ..... .- .N-. ... ..-.. ".' ....., . . .. .. ....
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CONNECTIONS. The capacity of the Standard barrel must not exceed that of an ordinary flour barrel.
Excess of capacity over the above will be liable to pro rata excess ol charges.
Double dally fast freight service for all points West via Albany, Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load is estimated at 20,000 pounds or 400 Standard Boxes Excess of tnia
Daily fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior amount wir; lie cb9rt"v' for T"1"O rit "n'm Tpp'.. r- tRthetooned* ination aDd

.< and Coast points, including New York Boston Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one consignee.
Providence. Prepayment Ireight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipmentswill

Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah be an absolute requirement. It is clearly understood between the shippers and tha
Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. transportation companies that no responsibility shall attach for loss or damage, however
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., leaving .occasioned, unless It be from negligence, and that such lope roust!! attach solely to the
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridaj s. company upon whose line such negligence<<" may be local} d.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good faith to connecth-cn n: tlnvge points will not
1 Savannah every Thursday. i be subject to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia v.a Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah every In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given for Insertion In
Saturday. Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
Bailing days Steamships are subje.. tochinge without notice. II Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
-. No single shipment taken for less than 81 to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Balti
IlVFOinttA.'IM.OiV:: Jb'Oll SHIPPERS. i more. If shipped beyond,they will be charged In addition the single package rates of connecting
i lines and cost of transfer.
To make through rates from points tributary. to the above, add the rates of connecting Stencils, shipping receipts and Information furnished on application to any of the agent
line to above rates. For further information, If needed, apply to Agents of the lines or to
The dimensions of the Standard. Box lot Vegetables Are 8xl4x22inche3, and the weight. \ C. I). OWEN8, JAMES L. TAILOR,
eiUnxated at 59 Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ua. G n'l Freight Agent, UaTaunah, G*.

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Are reliable and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every

description of Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive

Pamphlet and newspaper._


REAL ESTATE DEALERS, Broward Lots, Burnside Beach Lots,


REFEHENCES-Gov. E. A. Perry, Tallahassee; Hon. A. J. Russell, Jacksonville; Hon. LOTS INSimpson'S

Walter Gwynn, Sanford.SETTLERS. ___________
Addition to SpringfieldOn

Small payments down and balance on long time. Lots Welshton.. Money to Loan.
Investments made aud guaranteed.


Choice Frnlt and Vegetable Lands near transportation for Investment or Cultivation.
Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Daily Malls;
also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the Installment Plan If desired. Address IN"rELLIGENCE OFFICE.
Jxs.M.KBEAMKR, President,over Bank of Jacksonville,or \V. B. GRANT, Siint.,
San Pablo, Florida. Help supplied and positions secured.


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The Stereopticon Advertising Company Space to Let.
Real Estate Brokers and Agents

For information to any of the above,address
61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville,Fla. .
Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. City ,

and Suburban Property for Sale. P. O. Box 25. Over Bank of Jacksonville.

Correspondence soUclted.'FLORIDA. -- --
SAVINGS BANKAND It known to the public that we,the undersigned -
do form ourselves into a corpora- review -p Lake
tion under the name of the Jacksonville Suburban Q850 a :5-acre F*I-I*IK I DA
Real Estate and Railroad Company," tract for
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE for the purpose of buying, improving and ill ORANGE GltOVE.
selling real estate contiguous to and adJoin- Send 2 cent stamp for Maps.'etc.,to
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ing the city of Jacksonville; and for buildingand TROPICAL LAND CO..
Has for sale choice Lots Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on deposits,Collects operating such turnpike or street railways P. O. Box 158, Jacksonville, Fla.
Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans,etc. as may be necessary to develop any Ex-Gov. Geo. F. Drew,
J. C. CUEELEY, President. L. D. IIOSITIEU, Treasurer. I such real estate: agreeing to take the several REFER TO. Jacksonville Rev. C.
shares of stock therein, which we set opposite r McLean,St.Augustine.

39OOO9OOO ACRES of LAND The our amount names.of the capital stock authorizedshall -- n_ _- nov9-ly
be Twenty-five Thousand Dollars.
The business of the corporation shall be W.M.LEDWITH. F.C.SOLLEE.
FOR SALE BY conducted by five Directors, one of whom
shall be elected President. The Directors LEDWITH & SOLLEE,
shall be elected when the corporation is organized -
first Monday In January annually.The .
highest amount of I Indebtedness to REAL: ESTATE
itself shall ,
which the corporation can subject
IN THE COUNTIES.OF be twenty-five thousand dollars. Office,No.7 Herkimer Block,

Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange \V.N. BAKER, Headquarters for Haines City Property.
Sumter, Hernando, Hilisborough/'Brevard, Baker, Polk & Manatee, C.S. BEERBOWER.
Jacksonville,Fla.,Sept.ZI,18S ACRESSouth
571,320 oo
Consisting of the finest Orange,Farming and Grazing Lands In the State of Florida. Prices
81.25 to$5 per acre,according to location. KISSIl.1l.1EEReal

For further Information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co.,Palatka,Fla. Estate Agency. Florida Lands

!L. N. Wri KIE, S. CONANT, ,

Chief Clerk,Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager Healthy Lands! Low Prices:!
situated in the counties of Orange, Brevard

FLORIDA LAND & OLORIZATION 00. Kissimmee in Florida.offers It is the the best coming chances district for settlers as- ough Volusia aid Sumter Manatee, Polk,and Hernando, Hlllsbor-
all who know the S ate testify. There is
Money for Investors in Town Lots.
E. R. TRAFFORD General
High Pine and Hammock LandsAt

90,000, Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida! reasonable prices. the towns of Kissimmee, Winter Haven
Also good land for Truck Farming. A few Eagle Lake, Gordonville, Bartow, Auburn-
THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY.Two small Bearing Groves on tracts of Irom dale, Lakeland Seilner, Mango and Orient.
Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices. AlsoLots in the towns of Pembertx,Owens-
hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius of ten miles. Their high banks These Groves are easily enlarged,and afforda boro, Richland, Kathleen and Haskell, on
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit of the good start. Correspondence solicited. line of the Pemberton Ferry Branch. A map
dividing ridge ol the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an Inducement to the Invalid.Its UOS\VJLLL & 1IOSC. and descriptive notes of South Florida,show-
beautiful and diversified scenery, boating,fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for ing location of these lands,will be furnishedon
people of taste to acquire a lovely winter home, where all the pleasures and comforts of our Kissimmee,Orange Co.,Fla. application to the Land Department of ..'
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture the South Florida Railroad Company.
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the tact that both the South Florida MAYWOOD.Groves
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most s. o. CHASE:,
desirable locality In South Florida. These lands are divided into lots of five acres and upwards -
,and will be sold on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers. made and warranted on the most Acting Gen'l Land Agt.8. F. R.R.Co.,
favorable terms in one of the most healthy
sections of Florida. Boarding and houses to
the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast; high land in full view of the rent at glimpses Send for particularsand
ocean; salt air. salt water fish,miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange 20 cents for at the Orange Land.
groves,rich bottom land perfectly drained for vegetable gardens. A sugar plantation of 2UO For reference we refer you to the editor of *
acres now being established by a sugar planter from Cuba, who selected this point after this paper. Direct to'V. .
looking over the whole State. Post-office,store, church, school saw-mill and all requisites H. REED
for a settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on the North- Pittman, 11 la.

west.This Company have also rich and alluvial lands in Sumter,Alachua Railroad Coun- FOR, SALE. A FRIEND IN NEED.
ties,ando d first-class sites for building purposes all along the South Florida nIt would
well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands offered by this Company before purchasing GROVE AND NURSERY.Sixty Dr. i hvcct'HINFAlliBLE
elsewhere. -
thousand Orange Seedlings trans- LINIMENT.Prepared
LIBERAL TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS OR PRODUCERS. planted in nursery, two and three year old;;
For address some budded. Also forty acres choice land from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
BLUNT A WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County, Florida.G. with Grove of 1000 trees, three to six years Sweet,of Connecticut,the natural Bone Set
M. MORRISH, Anclote.! Hernando County,Florida.J. old.all in good condition. Will be sold cheap ter. Has been used for more than 60 years
E. LAMBETH Gainesville,Alachua County,Florida.nov24lyr and will make a living and a fortune to some and is the best known remedy for Rheumatism -
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon.Orange County, Florida,or to one. For particulars and terms add i ess ,Neuralgia,Sprains,f Bruises,Cuts,Burns,
Wounds and all external
E. R. TRAFFORD, General Manager,Sanford,Orange County,Florida. GROVE AND NURSERY injuries.
P. O. Box 61, Fort Meade,1?la. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS-: IT.

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Irving's Patent Water-Proof Building $16 :Per -ron.. "

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Fort Mason,Fla.

ALSO AGENT FOR -1. -vv. eJE3EEl.1\I..A.: de OCX,

General Commission MerchantsAND

L for Circulars and Samples. Agents wanted everywhere. 123 Clinton Street, Boston.
REFERENCES: A.Manville..Jacksonville; L.L.Newsome,Crescent City: B.F.Whit-
No.55%West Bay Street,Jacksonville,Fla. ner, Fort Reid; Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C.W.Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth National
:Produce commission.' :

The undersigned having made arrangements with the large Commission house of Mr.E.B.
Woodward.No.174 Chambers Street,New York, (Established 1838,)takes great pleasure in
offering all kinds of Produce,such as

n Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage, Cheese, Butter, Etc.,

at the very lowest possible cash prices. Otter Skins purchased at highest prices for cash.
Nothing but the choicest goods sold. Consignments of Oranges, Vegetables, etc.,
also solicited for the above named house. Orders by mail receive prompt attention.
Respectfully yours, I5AKL.O A CO., 30 West Bay St., Jacksonville,Fla.

1G Years E8tnbllshed.

Gi. :I? .A.. IaME1: :EI. ,

,,p, Commission' 1\
166 Reade Street, I FOR THE SALE | NEW YORK.
A r Fruits and Produce, Also Hides, Furs, Honey, Etc. Florida Oranges a
1 ,M Specialty.
A_ 47 References-Banking houses and principal shippers throughout the State. HAnd for Stencils
and Market quotations. Tri-weekly quotations by telegraph to Times-Union during
shipping season.
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Commission Merchant and Forwarder, .

. D.D.ROGERS. C.B.;RoGERS. Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.

D. D. ROGERS & CO., Branch Packing-House, Way cross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.

ranges: ,
: lI: EI T .A.. :L.. FI. C> C> J: JSr Cr And other Fruits and Vegetables,

Corrugated Iron,Fire Proof Iron Shatters,&c.,MetalicjBuilding.Supplies.; PACKED SHIPPED AND SOLD. .
State Agents for E.Van Noorden&Co's ,
MET A. LIC SHINGLES.- Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.

74 West Bay street JACKSONVILLE FLA. Green Lemons: :

Gr-ro: vv era' : : .
Have a full stock of Growers'Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
BARRS CLARK & TATE Boxes,which makes the Whitest, Lightest, Strongest and Cheapest Box In use. Beach
(Bangor)Thin Wood,Dressed Pine Heading,Hoops,Manilla Orange Wraps,etc.,etc.,all of
the best quality,and cheaper than the cheapest.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Agent for the Sale of the Stevens Sizer and the Dayton Tramway Fruit Car-

Booksellers, Stationers & Paper DealersNo. Send for Circulars and Stencils. sepl4-tf

29 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. BUY HEOKER'S SUPERLATIVE FLOUR.BUY .


59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Ready! Always Reliable and Perfectly Healthful.

Books, Stationery, Newspapers, Periodicals and
Dyspeptics and persons who cannot eat Buckwheat Cakes made by the old process with
Music Games Dolls and Goods
Toys Fancy yeast can use the Self Raising Buckwheat without detriment.
Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door DIRECTIONS: To 3 pounds of

: Amusements. Ueckcr'g Self-Raising Buckwheat

.{ ao'd five pints Cold water or milk,or part each,and bake immediately. Keep the batter Ina
Uarcourt's Fla.: Fruit: and How to liaise Them. New Ed. Revised, En
and fully Illustrated. .$1.25 cool place if not wanted for immediate use. This will produce seventy light and delicious
lamed a Orange Culture,Rev.Ed. ..,.51.00 cakes,preferred by many to those made with yeast.
Oemler's Truck Farming In the South,. 1.50 Sold by All Grocer
Whltner's Gardening In 1-50 GEO. V. HECKER & CO.,
McClellan's Digest Laws of 4.00
-: I have all the Maps,Books,etc.,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica- 178 Bay Street,Savannah,Oa,

tion. Legal Blanks of every description._ ___ _______________.

HUKfcsoitirrrioiv niC33, $3.50 PER, YEAR.
100 Varieties. Also Small Fruits. Quality unsurpassed. Warranted true. Very cheap.
3 sample vines mailed for 15c. Descriptive price list frco. LEWIS ROESCH,Fitdonia,I.V. A Jersey Cattle Journal Pure and Simple.





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724 . _. THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.= [OCTOBER 18, 1886.


Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. EST LISIIED 1S7r.


Great., Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and AND ,

Georgia, Florida, Alabama, the South and Southwest.


, Transhipment.First-Class Passenger* Accommodations.No .9- No Extra Handling.. "U : :: :, ::J.A.LVI: : A. JBC>LTFI.3,

(Successor to J. E. Hart,)
,;c' Cabin Passage, $20 ; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, $12,
20 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.I .
", handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free on
:The superior Iron Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail from application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In

Boston every Thursday at 3 P. M., and from Savannah as follows : Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal BranWheat


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v ., J. E. Tygert & Co.'s Star Brand Fertilizers.Guuran'teed .

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"lj" i' Analysis.
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.,CITY' OF MACON, Capt. Kelley................................................Thursday, Sept. 30,at 8:30 p.m MURIATE OF POTASH, SULPHATE POTASH, '
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge................................?.........................Thursday, Oct. 7,at 2:30 p. m SODA KAINIT
JITY OF MACON Capt Kelley..........................?...................Thursday, Oct. 14,at 7:30 p.m NITRATE ETC.
GATE Hedge................._....................._.................Thursday, Oct. 21, at 1:00 p. m July 27 tl
CITY CITY1CaPt.' Capt. Kelley.?.......................................... ..Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p.m Prices on application.
,GATE CITY Hedge......:?... ...........?..........:...............Thursday, Nov. 4,at 1:00: p.m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.......................??:?..................Thursday, Nov. 11at 6:00: p.m
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge........... .. .................................._..._Thursday,.Nov. 18,at 11:30 ju m BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO.
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...............................................Thursday, Nov. 25,at 7:00: )).m ,
GATE CITY Ca pt. Hedge..................._....................................Thursday, Dec. 2,at 11:30 a. m
CITY OF D.fACOI', Capt. Kelley......................:?...................:....Thursday, Dec. 9,at 5:00 p. m OF BOSTON.
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge................?.........................?........?...Thursday, Dec. 16,at 10:30 a.m
Through Bills of Lading'and Tickets over Central Railroad of Georgia! Savannah, Florida
and Western Railway, and connecting with East Florida by the waycross Short Line. ATTENTION, ORANGE GROWERS !
(Florida Dispatch) and the Steamers of the fa s Island Route.

W. H. RINu NIckerson's Wharf, Boston. Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.
For Freight and rooms apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah,Ga.
For Tickets apply to connecting lines.
HENRY R. CHRISTIAN G.S.Agent. Result of Nine Years' Experience in Orange Culture.

NORWALK, Fla.. September 7, 1885.. .
SAVANNAH LINE Having had nine years' experience In orange culture In Florida,and having tried various
,'. kinds of fertilizers, I feel It my duty to m neighbors to say that your goods have proved of i
-FOR- more value to me for orange trees than any other fertilizer I have used.
rt':: =: :fMt E I have given Bradley's t range Tree Fertilizer and Fine Ground Hone a good test for two
years,having used your goods by the side of others where I could compare results. I shall
55 to 60 Hours invest in no other,and cheerfully recommend jour goods to the public. M. R. BEAN. '


Attention, Florida Gardeners !
and Use Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer

Prepared Especially for Florida Truckers.


.' : Steamship Company.

Fla.,September 15,1885.
The"Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer" which I bought of you last season has given
(Central or" 90 Meridian Time.) most excellent results, and I take pleasure in Riving you this testimonial.! I find this fertilizer -
to be Just what it is represented,and I cannot speak too highly in its favor. I want
Passage Rates' Between Savannah and New Tors. same amount this season. I'. G. EICUELBERQKK.

To or from New York,Cabin,$25' ; Steerage,812.50; Excursion(return trip),$43.50. FORT MASON,Fla.,August 21,18&5.We .
Fertilizers extensively vegetables and trees,and
used on
have Bradley's orange they
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:
have given better satisfaction than any fertilizers we ever used. lJA VIES&TAYLOR.

CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine.... ...................................Friday, October 18:30 a.m
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Kempton.................. ..............................Monday, October 4-ll.-00a.rn Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone Bradley's Pal-
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher.............................................Wednesday, October 6- 1:00 p.m .';
CITY'OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson...............................Friday, October 8- 2:30: p. m metto A Phosphate, Bradley's Sulphate of Potash,
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett...........................Monday, October 11- 4:30)p. m Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc.
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine................................. Wednesday, Oc ober 135:30: p. m
NACOOCHEE Capt Kempton.......................................................Friday, October 15- 7:00: a.mTALLAHASSkE .
Capt. Fisher.....?...?..............................?.....?Monday, October IS- 9:00 a. m Send for Circulars.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson...........?.......... .......Wednesday, October 20-11:00 a. m GEORGE E. WILSON State :
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. \\ Dpggett.........................Friday, October 22- 1:30 p. m Agent,
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine.................................Monday, October 25- 4:00 p. m 50 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton................_..........................Wednesday, October 27- 6:00 p. m -
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher..............................?.. ................Friday, October 297:00 a.m -
FOR PHILADELPHIA.These c TTFt :F"I.A.V- C> FI. :Ir: E] '

( carry Passengers.]

DE8SOUG: Capt. Smith.............................................................Tuesday, October 5-12:00 m. Orange Trees und All :ItinclH oT VcctnblcH.;
JUNIATA, Capt. -.......................?......?.....?.....................Saturday,October 16- 8.-00 a. m Natural food for plant-life- Especially adapted to sandy soils. Anyone wishing to obtain
DESSUOG, Capt. Smith.....:....? .................................................Saturday October 23- 2:30 p. m strictly good fertilizer will find it to his Interest to try this. It is not a conc.ntrated
JUNIATA, Capt. -..............................._.._, _..._.............Saturday October 308:00 a.m chemical a fertilizer but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The effect is permanent.

_. THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Price ( in Sacks ) $10.00 per Ton.

Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line)and I I Send for Circulars. I have no agents. Address OEO. HUTCHINSON,
the Sea Island Route.
Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line. Crescent City Fla.
Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North East and Northwest
I via Savannah. For further particulars apply to

Pier No.85, North River New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga.
W. L.JAMES Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia.J. CHARLESTON, s. C.
D. HASHAGENl Eastern gent, Sav.,Florida&Western Ry.Co.,261 Broad way,N.Y.
y to connecting lines. Asliely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.
H. R. CHRISTIAN, Gen'l Soliciting Agent.
Aftliley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops
and also usfd by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.

DELAND ACADEMY AND COLLEGE, Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees,bananas etc

DELAND. FLORIDA. Ashley Dissolved Bones. Ashley Aeid Phosphate.!
Ararat-class. Academy for both,(xu. Five courses: College Preparatory; Higher English
Normal; Business Industrial Drawing. First-class Art and Music Departments. Fine Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnit "
new Dormitory Buildings, enabling us to furnish board and tuition at reasonable rates. Muriate, Potash,Cotton Seed !Meal etc.
The purpose of this Institution is to give,in the delightful climate of Florida,as thoroughand
and Hand Books Agricultural Primers,and good articles on Peas, Kalnit
liberal an education as can be secured in the best New England schools. For Almanacs ,
DoLand College will also receive students of both sexes prepared to enter the Fresh- Floats,etc.,address .
man Class. Send for Catalogue. ,

: :; DeLand, Fla., or H. A. DeLand, Falrport. N. Y. Charleltoa.8. C.N .
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