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:
November 1, 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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Char* 11. \V.. _::ita'l: )| Proprietors. Jacksonville, Fla., Monday, ItTnvoiiiliPi 1, 1886. i New Established Serietc-Vol. 18G9.A 5, No.. 44. .

tropical? fruits 8. Anona grandiflora. for this fact, and many others, to Mrs. I I inches;and one foot in diameter at the

9. Anona Hester Perrine Walker, of Fernan- base. They were untouched by the
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For, the FLORIDA DI PATCIIM'X: macrocarpa. kindly us were young
Tropical and Exotic Fruits in 11. Anona maritirna. the Congressional Record containing and blossom'buds last April. .
Florida. 12. Anona muscosa. the list of plants introduced into Flor- There is no question in our mind

BY P. W.-REASONER. 13. Anona suavissima. ida by her father, Dr. Perrine.) but that the sugar-apple may be
14. Anona pyriformis. It has also been cultivated in Key planted out with comparative safety
II. THE ANONA. 15. Anona punclata (.;p.pinaon.) West, on the south side of the Manatee anywhere in South Florida where the

The genus anona (formerly spelled 16. Anona longi folic (Sp. pinaiona.) river, and in other parts of South guava is successfully grown. Of

annona) embraces a variety of cus- 17. nona senegalensis. Florida, for many years. Until last course, if Winnipeg weather persistsin
tard-like fruits, chieflynatives of trop 1. THE SL AAR-APPLE or SWEET winter a large bush stood in the groveof coming to South Florida to spend
ical America ; the species and'varieties SOP, Anona* squamosa. fruit-trees surrounding the ruins of the winters, they will inevitably be
"Braiden Castle of ante-bellum fame) frozen down to the ground still further
are more hopelessly mixed, and more The Sugar-apple is a bush or small.treesqmetimps.reaching ( or -
-inadequately described than any genus J aheight, ,,of near. Manatee.\ We- have. no' data as., ,;__but, we, ,aji hope that Father .... -
of tropical fruits that is in auch gen- .twelve or fifteen feet although generally to its age, but judging from other spe- "Winnipeg will be too short of cash in
cimens of known and similar con- the'future to tourists' bills for his
eral cultivation. We are so scantily spreading out like a low guava bush. age pay
provided 'with botanical works on the The leaves are of a bright-green color, I i ditions, it could not have been younger roystering young offspring.It .
subject, and have had so little personal whitish downy underneath, and emit- than fifteen or twenty years, produc- has often occurred to us,however,
experience with the fruits themselves ting, when bruised, (as do the branches ing annually large crops of fruit. that in nearly all parts of Florida the .
that we do not feel at all competent to and roots) a peculiar musky odor. Mrs. Gates, of Manatee, had a number culture of the more delicate and" choice .
write on .the subject. We trust the The flowers arc small, greenish and in of trees almost as large, and very tropical fruits could be profitably car-
readers of the DISPATCH will pardon significant. The fruit, which ripens productive. Some fine young bushes ried on in much the same manner that

such mistakes and errors as they may during the summer, from July to October the grounds of Rev. A. A. Robinson the orange is grown at Paris, or the
detect in our classifications or descrip is of the size of a large pear or bore extraordinary crops of fruit for lemon in some parts of Italy, by

tions. We give below a list of such apple ; color, a light greenish yellow, several years past. In the summer i i means of movable sheds for winter
edible anonas as we have knowledgeof when, ripe. (The scales remain green, and fall of 1884 one of them, not over protection. The sugar-apple would bea
with common English and Spanish while the small depressions between four feet in .height, ripened between' good plant to experiment on, from .
names: them are of a creamy yellow color.) thirty and forty fruits of good size and its low, bushy habit of growth, and

1. Anona squamosa-the 'Sugar- The whole appearance of the fruit reminds excellent quality.The consequent ease with which it couldbe

apple or Sweet-8op. Spanish anona., one of a green pine cone, or a sugar apple prefers rather high protected. The art of winter pro- .
2. Anona muricata-the Sour-8op. small inverted pineapple without the land, though it will grow on almost tection for delicate exotics in Floridais
Spanish, Guanabena. crown of leaves. Taepulp is a rich melt- any' location where the water never yet to be developed. Mr. E. H.
3.. Anona cherimolia (a. cherimoya ing custard, the greatest objection to' stands. The finest trees we have ever Hart gave us a good lesson for the
a. trpetela, and a. Humboldliana'&TQ which is the number of the seeds, seen are in the orchard of Captain Col- start, in his practical article in the .

synonymous; ) the Cherimoya (or which resemble thickened black watermelon lier, at Marco Bay, where may also be DISPATCH of July 19th. California, ,
Cherimoyer)or Jamaica apple. Spanish seeds.) As the pulp is extremely seen two acres of magnificent young even, is ahead of us in this matter,
Chirimoya. rich and delicious, however, we Avocado pear trees, all bearing ; several and she often eaves her young orange
4. Anona glabra (Syn. a. lauri foUa) have often thought that perhaps they I dozen sappodilla trees.of all agee, trees by means of straw wrapping
the Pond-apple, sometimes wrongly served the good purpose of preventingone also 1500 cocoa palms, and mango, When the skill of the New York gar-

Custard-apple. Spanish., Alaman. from eating too much, on accountof "cani-tel," and other tropical fruit dener, and his ability to winter deli-
the trouble of separating them from trees in.all stages of growtb, flourishing cate lawn) : plants and shrubs,is appliedin ,
5. Anna } reiiculata... -the, Custard the pulp ; be this as it may, the origi- as luxuriantly as if they were on Florida, the m.tngo tree will be '
apple. nator of a seedless sugar-apple will bea the other side of the Tropic of Cancer fruited in Jacksonville. The sugar-"

6. Anona palustris-the. "Alligator benefactor of the tropical fruitlover.The The sugar-apple trees in questionare apple will, of course, be much easier

apple., Spanish, Guanabena, cimar-, sugar-apple was first introduced on a high shell mound ; they are to manage than the mango tree. .'
rona. .. to Florida previous to the year 1835, three in number, all of them ,at least PROPAGATION AND CULTURE.' ,

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clusively from seeds, so far as we know To have the sugar-apple ((or any of tIJr&nsPOrtation ship or the ordinary box-car are as

though,possibly plants l might be rooted the anonas) in perfection, the fruit utterly unfit for transportation of our

from, cuttings and layers. We have must be picked and eaten just at the -- --- products as can well be imagined.
often thought, too, that perhaps some critical point when it is ready to drop "Bad order" will continue a stereo-
form of grafting would succeed with from the tree from mere ripeness, when, What the Tocoma Folks Say. typed phrase. until more care is used

the anonas. This i is only a conjecture,. if it dropped from a high branch it Tocoma is a live settlement two in the transportation of perishable

however-, and there.. is a wide field open would flatten out into a shapeless mass miles south of Micanopy. Some of the human food than for mule provender

to the experimenter. For stocks we of custard-"mashed sugar-apple," a finest hammock groves of the Stateare aud hpg feed. ,

: have the' vigorous and more hardy delicious rival to"crushed strawberry. to he found there, and they were An united effort correct these and
(native) Pond-apple (anona glabiu or The flavor of the fruit is destroyedif injured but little by last winter's cold. other abuses seems to us desirable,

laurifotia) and our native harJy paw- it is picked while green, and even The Tocoma people are woke upon The circular letter then goes on to

-': paw, also, closely related (Arimina then it would scarcely stand twenty- the marketing question ; they have urge the formation of a State Asssoci-

: 'l parvejolia A. pygmcea, etc.) four hours' transportation., organized a league and issued the following ation, which has since been done in

,,; The*seeds! come up readily, and un- The Florida markets will never be circular letter to the producersof the organization of the Florida fruit?

; like most tropical fruits, preserve their supplied with West Indian sugar-ap fruits and vegetables on the Florida and Vegetable-Growers' Protective

germinative powers for a long time. I pIes.Moral Southern Railway and its feeders: Association with which the Tocoma

They can be planted in the open let us raise this delicious fruitat "Experience of successive years in League will doubtless cooperate.Exorbitant .

ground where the bush is to stand, or home. It can'be done, and would 1--.
.i growing and marketing the perishable Rates.
in boxes or seed beds, and afterwards pay well, even if a vast amount of cod-
products of the vegetable and fruit
At there risks that
present are ,
transplanted to the row or.toa and But
nursery dling petting were necessary.
producers of Florida indicate
permanent location. (Though a well not much will be needed in South Flor- capital must. run, in advancing the
importance adopting every reasonable One is the risk of
known fact, we cannot help mentioning ida, except in case of another Arctic orange industry. a
means of placing these pro- the other is the risk of its
that a light mulch always facili- winter. good crop,
.. ducts in the hands of the consumer in absorbed
being by transportation
tates the germination of any seeds
Possible Competition better condition. While
every cne
and commission .
the moist and at companies men.I
keeping ground a more
in Mexico\ Central and South Americaand should restrict shipments to good mer- have read that the transportation
and from
even temperature, protecting ,the West Indies the actual and chantable products no amount of efforton companies do not contemplate mate-
beating rains. In the case of such
: possible production of the various the part of the producer can guard rial reduction of rates. This simply
seeds those of Anonas
as nothingis
kinds of fruits in their against the losses which
tropical respec- can only be box
at rates
better for this than dead leaves, especially means, published per ; a
of their tive districts may be indefinitely extended guarded against by the carrier. In the tax of not less than a quarter of a
oak leaves on account
the only drawbacks at early days when poverty and
present general million dollars on our industry, whichis
'small size.)
being the lack of foreign demand and wreck compelled slow movement of so much above a fair price for the

The Anonas, all transplant easily, 'lack of transportation facilities. trains, there was no alternative. Better work performed, and so much above
and can be moved at time of the o 4
any dispatch was not attainable. Year
what would be charged for movingthe
but in this latitude we prefer the Probable Competitors. '
year after year has passed, railroad] line same amount of freight from

first part of, the rainy season of summer The extension of our railway systems have increased in number, those in Northern points to this State. A

4 generally June or July. When into Mexico\ has already createda operation improved greatly, rolling State or National Government that

transplanted then they usually start off new'interest in fruit culture in sec stock rebuilt'and greatly increased and would class of
so oppress a our people,
vigorously within a week or ten days tions there,and with the continued improved and facilities
would not be worthy of endurance.We .
and make a strong summer's growth, extension of transportation facilities, undergone important changes for ought to rise en masse and say

are well established when*winter comes both on land and sea, and with further the better. Yet, how much has the "gentlemen we will not endure it."

and better able to cope'with cool improvement the methods of hand- period of transit been shortened in the N. T.

weather. When transplanted at this ling the fruits of the tropics, wherebysome last five years ? In how many instancesfor Welaka, Florida. .

of the shorten in the ,of the Josses now incurred ....
season year, tops may the season of 1884 have products, -- -------

one third, one-half, or even more, and be avoided, it is to bu expected that shipped at Micanopy\ whether' by Col. Elliott-The F. F. and V. G. P.

.. you will have the best results, unless these luxuries may soon become so freight express, been less than eight A.-R. R. Commission.
still small. to be within the reach of We always read what Cot. Elliott
the plants are very common as days from producer to consumer in

The sugar-apple is deciduous with- every one. New York city ? has to say touching the future pros-
t 4 pects of affairs with pleasure. He has .
out leaves during the dry season of win- At of
Some growers at DeLand have sold an average speed twenty miles
ter, and in a strictly tropical climate, hour and four long been regarded as a gentleman
their fruit at home for $2.25 per box. per allowing hours out
*. we should prefer that time of the year of every twenty-four hours for delays interested in the success of the pro
Japan persimmons weighing over a ducer, and we would like to have him
for transplanting the plants ; but here and stoppages the distance between

where it needs all 'of its vitality to pound are produced in Bradford Gainesville and New York is coveredin explain how it is with the "in-

creased facilitiesthe, service has so
withstand our winters, the additional county. three days, one hour and seven
decreased in So far
badly efficiency.
shock of transplanting often too The first carload of oranges from minutes. At twenty-five miles per
the Fruit and
as VegetableGrowers'Protective
much for it. Micanopy\ was shipped last Thursday. hour and twenty hours per day (allow- Association is concerned,

The only disease, if disease it may They were very well colored. ing four hours out of each twentyfourfor .
the writer will him that
... assure they
. be called, that we have noticed in the stoppages, and delays) the distanceis
The Florida coast, from Charlotte will co-operate sufficiently to make it
sugpr-apple, is a tendency to rot at the covered in less than sixty hours.
Harbor: on the Gulf, and Indian riveron interesting for him in our next Legis-
roots among,the young plants. So far Compare this with past experiencein
Atlantic, Southwaid, is the only lature, and suggest the propriety of
as our experience goes, it seems to be transit and it is easy to see why
tropical region in the United States. having those passes ready for the great
caused by too much moisture about t 4 "truck-farming" in Florida has been
and who take
good men us so warmly'by
the roots during the cool weather of Akin Stivender, of Leesburg, will so generally discouraging, and must the hand and feel such deep

December and January. pack his oranges in hay and hold, them be so.until transportation interest in our affairs before election,

We have ,noticed no other diseasesor for good prices. For this, purpose, he companies are wise enough to correct
will appreciate, and look for them."TRUCKER. .
insect enemies that affect the sugar has an amply; large packing house, in the abuses, so utterly unjust and im ."
apple. On any moderately rich soil, which he will place his oranges en- politic. *.* .

,with thorough cultivation, in locali-- veloped in straw eighteen inches to Not alone in shocking waste of timeis The vegetable-growers of- Waldoare

ties where the tender varieties of the two feet deep. He has experimented found the cause of worthless and "going slow" this season ; reason,

guava usually bear fruit, the lugar- on,this line and feel confident of such disgustingly stale vegetables on their imperfect and expensive transporta.

'. .pplo will succeed. 0 c$1I Arrival at deetination. The Hold of a I i tion.I .


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P.P. and VGP..A.:vs.F. R. &N.Co. The Famt 4. The grain is feed for both man, harvester, and feel that they can with
Editor:FLORIDA. DISPATCH: y beast, or fowl. confidence predict for the cotton-
To "one up a tree," it would, seem Now, while I would not advise planter a machine that will in the
that the Traffic Manager of the F. R; KAFFIR CORN. against planting Milo-Maize, I con- near future relieve him of the most
& N., .should in the present sider Kaffir Corn the surest crop, especially distasteful part and principal item of
Results With'This Plant and Milo-
crisis make an ,effort to negotiate for high pine, land. I shall harvesting the cotton crop.
t a through carrying business on Maize. give both a thorough trial next season The commission say the machinewas
quick time, with proper car service, at Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: and with strong fertilization, for I easily handled and gathered at
fair rates and prorata compensation, I have been intending sometime believe that Kaffir Corn will yield the rate of 240 pounds of cotton per
rather than dwell on the unparalleled to write you on the subject of Kaffir from twenty-five to thirty bushels of hour from cotton plants that would
;. low local rates and mourn because Corn and my success with it this season grain to the acre, if well cultivated.I not yield more than one-third of a
everybody : will try to get produce I mail you today a sample head shall plant in rows three feet apart bale to the acre, and are satisfied that
through seems in their unenlightened of the second crop for this season from and one and one-half foot apart in the with cotton yielding more to the acre

condition best, for their interest one planting. row,, three seeds in a hill. One ounce of tho. amount gathered would increasein
instead of putting all in his safe cus But first, your readers may wish to seed, three kernals to the hill, will proportion. The committee could
tody. 'If this latter was so good a know who I am, where I hail from, plant about 400 hills, or oqe and one discover no damage done in the oper-
thing to do, why did not Mr. Papy how long I have been in this State, half, pounds to the acre, three by one ation of. the machine to the plant in
tell us of it and so end our troubles? etc. My former home was in Central and one-half feet apart, and right hereI any way, either to the unopened bolls, \
Doubtless if we could hold our breath New York, where I had seventeen would say to my brother farmers of leaves or stalks, and report that the
long enough to realize that he is years experience of practical farming.I Florida who intend to plant Kaffir machine distinguished between the
really in earnest for saving us geese first came to Florida during the another season, that although it will open cotton and plant, gathering one
who lay him "golden eggs" we will winter of '84 and '85, cleared off a grow without fertilizer on high pine and leaving the other uninjured,
prove a long-lived race unless he piece of high pine and black-jack land, !land it will amply repay you to fertil- which, in the opinion of the committee -
change his gait to a double quick. set out 500 orange trees, sowed the ize. had been an insurmountable diffi-
Cannot our enterprising President, piece in cow-peas, and went back to One thing more for the benefit of culty.
York State. those who have the .
Judge Cessna, hint to the railroad never seen plant.It .
men at this end of the. business, thatwe Last November I came back with grows similar to Indian Corn, with Rye. 1
do not care to listen to further the. intention of making Florida my broad dark- reell leaves, right from Sow rye. If sown early in the sea
local home, and went to work at my sand the ground up to the seed-head, which
nonsense and that (for a change) son less seed will be required than if
bank. forms of the stalk and it does
little through music on top
we prefer: a on
sown late. Sown early, one bushel
Like the of Northernerswho
: majority not sucker as does Milo-Maize and
.,; .: QUICK TIME. come here I must needs experi-- my crop will average about five feet will do ; late, it may require one
.. ment in growing or trying to grow in height.I bushel and a half. Rye will grow on
;.. What the Railroads Can Do. crops on Florida sand, but unlike a cannot close without saying a poorer land than any of the cereals.

Two carloads oranges I left the Jacksonville great many I turned my attention to few words to my fellow Northern Get Southern-grown rye if possible ; .
depot on Oct. 12th, at 545; p. : those crops I deemed most suitable to farmers, who like me are trying to
Western if
climate here. Kaffir Corn and I rye you cannot get any
; t m:, one from C. H. Foster, Manatee, our farm it on high pine land. .
Fla., the other from E. E. Ropes, Milo-Maize\ \ were among my experi Don't get discouraged if your first other. .
Volusia, FJa., consigned .respectively ments. crop of whatever you may plant
to J. Leverone & Co., and Axline <& After securing a sample package don't come up to your expectations.But Cotto -Growers Association.
Marxly\ of Cincinnati. Both cars from the DISPATCH office,and planting grow the crops adapted to our A call was issued for a meeting of
were delivered" to their consignees on it, I sent to Georgia and secured a climate, use common-sense, ambitionand Sea Island cotton-growers on Oct.
half-pound of the seed, also one poundof fertilizer and read the DISPATCH
the 16th., making the run in three 30th. to discuss the advisability of
days and twelve hours.-Do so some ltlilo. Iaize.seed and planted both. and we are bound to win in the end. as- ...
r'f. more, please. Now for my way of planting and One question I would like to ask of sociating, to secure some guarantee on
the results obtained : the orange-growers and truck gardenof contracts for the future as to prices,
._:1'.. The Way Out. 1. I marked my ground in checks Putnam county, if it is not too impertinent from the users of cotton. It is useless
"1'. 3x3, made a fertilizer" of ten poundsof a question for a new comer to "
: : and idle to plant long cotton at random -
According to the Palatka News powdered cow droppings and fifty ask, viz : "How is it that our county
there is no money in raising vegetables pounds of dry oak ashes, mixed ; was' not represented in the recent as has been done in the past,
under existing circumstances. But dropped a handful in a hill, droppedfive State convention of fruit and ve eta- ,
there is money-very large money- kernels of seed right on to that, ble-growers, at Ocala ?" Fellow-resi Tobacco as a Crop. .
in growing our home supplies. Let and covered two inches deep ; planted dents of Putnam,don't let us be behindin In Ware county, Georgia, the farmers -
farmers, fruit and vegelable-growere Milo-Maize same way on the day fol this matter. to whom the Agricultural Commission
., raise a great variety of food crops for lowing. Kaffir Corn planted.April10th Respectfully ,
themselves and their stock, and quit yours supplied seed have a favorable
and Milo-Maize the 11th, both JOHN A. GERMOND
buying food and grain from the North. on same class of soil,'and almost side Keuka, Fla., Oct. 15,.1886. report to make. Notwithstanding the
This .is the way to get even with 'thetransportation by side with each other, both cause up The "second crop" head Kaffir backward spring, it looks as if the

companies.The in five days, both done equally well Corn is a finely developed specimen, farmers in South Georgia will adoptthe
transportation companies are until the drouth
May struck .us, then
fourteen inches in culture of tobacco as a as it
doing precisely in Florida as else the Kaffir Corn showed its superiority.I measuring length. crop
where-operating their roads and lost ninety per cent. of the.Milo-\ Putnam county should fall into line requires but moderate skill, and its

lines to make money Farmers* should Maize\ ,,and but ten per cent. of the in the.matter of organization. Forma crop always has a ready sale for cash.
operate their business on the same Kaffir Corn by the drouth. local society at. Keuka and associate : .
basis. I that 1 did follow )
am fully aware not Two-Horse Farm.
with the State
yourselves( organization -
Let us have the convention by all directions in planting the Kaffir Edward Brown, one of Columbiacounty's
means, but let us talk over the com- corn : i. e., rows three feet apart,drop until you Have a country associa
colored f farmers has harvestedthis
mon sense plan <-f self-support from ping seed fourteen inches apart in the tion.-ED. '
our farms and orchards, and live, at row ; for, to admit the truth, I did not .. year from a two horse farm out
least, to some extent, independent of: think the strength of the soil would Cotton Harvester. on Orange Pond the following : Nine .
transportation lines. The way matters admit it. This new machine for picking cot- bales seed cotton worth say an' aver
i are at present conducted in Florida, My Kaffir corn began ripening its
ton was tried before a committee of age of 870 a bale-$630.00, 400
most of our. orange and vegetable. first crop of seed in July, and as I
.' growers are absolutely at the mercy of wished to save,all the seed I could, I. the National Cotton Planters' Associ bushels of corn at 85 scents $300,00,
the railroad and steamboat lines. This simply clipped the heads off; and my ation at Sumter, S. C., on Oct. 20th. besides a full crop of sweet potatoesand

depending on-the orange or vegetable second crop is now ripening. I con- The committee say they witnessedfor pinders and peas.Lake City
crop for support-even to the buyingof sider it the best forage crop we can a larger part of the day the prac- Reporter. '
the necessities of life is all wrong raise in this State, for the followingreasons tical operation of the harvester in .
and should cease. It is not the way to : gathering seed cotton from plants in Rice crops are maturing about ClearWater
become rich and prosperous. Our advice 1. \viU'grow on either high pine the open field, and that while some Harbor.
to fruit and vegetable growers is, land or on flat woods land. little and practical improvements are .
to first raise all things necessary for 2. It will stand drouth. needed, the committee was agreeably
Col. T. J. Roberts of Centerville
domestic use and buy as little as possible 3: A farmer can secure two. crops surprised and ratified to witnessin ,
In this way we can realize something of grain and one crop of fodder or operation a machine approaching has taken thirty tons ,of fine crab. .

for out.. .labor\ .' two cropi of fodder and one of grain,. closcty to a practically auccewftil cotton grM hay from a twenty aero f field.

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''r. tions,>cs to how to handle and pack the I have heretofore expressed my turns?" the Fruit Exchange is again ;

; ]VIalfl\eting. fruit, give the standard number of wish that the "Exchange" might be inviting the confidence and patronageof .

oranges to go in a box, ,and how to more popularized by putting the stockin the people.-Sanford Journal.
TO THE EXCHANGE. pack them to make the number, smaller shares that the small 4

whether paper'or not, etc. growers might become participators Bad Returns for LeContes.
Important Steps that Should be Commission houses send out circu- its work, but if that cannot be, it is Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: .

Taken at Once. lars asking for shipments and giving still our only hope for this season andI I see you sire an advocate of the
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH.It information. This i is done not once trust it will be so fUlly patronizedthat Fruit Exchange, and I believe it

is with great satisfaction that or twice in, a year and a half by enterprising we shall all be able to realize its could be.made a grand success, but so

note the efforts being made through houses, but every little while advantage to us, and something more far as I tinted them last season, it

your valuable paper to call attentionand during each season, or whenever receipts for our fruit than for the'last two sea- proved a fai'ure with me so far IS returns -

rally support to the Florida Fruit fall off. The Exchange eend :sons. The Exchange dealt fairly and was mcerned, and hence, I f>r

Exchange. It seems to me that the out a few, it is true ; but that many promptly with me last year and I have one, don't propose to ship any more
advantages of a universal patronage of, "representative fruit and vegetable- increased confidence in'Its managementsince through them. I will give you the

that institution by the fruitgrowersof growers" failed to get hold of them is some names have been dropped net returns of my shipments at about

this State are so .to cause evinced by the quotation given. from its. Board of Directors, and the same time of the year. I give you
every one of them,who ha not alreadyan The one way above all others, how- others substituted that we know are the figures and they don't lie. Can

established market at good prices ever, that will bring patronage and the right kind of men. you blame me for not wanting to ship

for their fruit. to, ship through the universal! support to the Exchange, is While California oranges have been any more through them. I don't sup-
Exchange, if these advantages, are for it to send out live, logical agentsto selling for from five to seven dollars pose you will publish this and I don't

only once thoroughly impressed upon all the fruit and vegetable-growing per box, during the last season, is it expect it, as I do not want to damage .
their minds. I was greatly surprisedin districts to see and talk to the growers, not worse than blindness for us to rest the company :
reading an editorial on page 656 of both in private and in public, and impress satisfied with sales of from two and a :White Bros. & Co., Boston, 85

the DISPATCH, headed "The Fruit upon their minds facts that half to three dollars per box fur bet- I boxes not ....... .. ....... ... $166 65
Exchange find this statement, fruit ? Let C. P. Tatum & Co., Baltimore
ter not
of the Ocala Convention might be overlooked or not properly us give away our 30 boxes net....... ......... 42 80 -
speaking : valued if presented in any other way. crop this season N. W. York& Whitney, Baltimore 71

"Of the hundred and twenty-five representative "All this costs money, and the Ex- Welaka,Fla., Oct. Z1, 1886. boxes $167.63.... ..... .. .. .... 116 '15
fruit and vegetablegrowerspresent Blake & Baltimore 20
change is some ; but I Ripley ,
from nine different counties, understand poor that only may a small say part of Florida Fruit Exchange. boxes ........... .._...._.... 38 00

there were not a dozen favorable to the stock is paid up. Call for enoughmore The question of the profitable mar- Net average per box $1.76 $363 60 .
the A
Exchange. majority were entirely
to carry out these or some other keting of the of Floridais Fruit Exchange fifty boxes net,
ignorant as to its orange crop
purposes will show the whatit
plans that people $68.55. Loss on fifty boxes by ship-
organization and operation knew absolutely one of the utmost concern to
is trying to accomplish, and the in- ping through Exchange, $19.20. HadI
,nothing of it save the mere the producer in the State. It will profit
crease of patronage would give shipped all the others 206 boxes, I .
fact of its existence, and most of them officers the reduce the but little however fruitfulhis
power to freight grower would have lost on same basis $81.18.
it with Now is
suspicion. not
regard rates the first year enough to cover trees may be, if after a year of Add the $19.20 to this and I would
this a weak showing for an enterprise
the several times over, and have lost '
expense over $100 by shipping
and varied labor and
and waiting
whose supposed to surely expenseof
scope thy institution such solid
put on a through the the
) Exchange on same
,should cover the State after a year cultivating, gathering, packing and
foundation its .
as to assure permanence.The basis: they did with the fifty boxes on .
and a half of trial. Does it not showa of the is hauling, the transportation companiesand
success Exchange a mat- the small lot of 256 boxes.
great lack of enterprise on4he part ter of personal interest to every citizenof commission merchants pocket the W. W. THOMPSON.Smithvllle .

of the management institution of of such the Exchange vital importance Florida, and especially to the small proceeds. It is an undeniable fact I Ga.,Oct.'ll, 1886. '
that an -
grower. There are few of us but that As we said last week, we are not
to the State and so much desired that the percentage of returns for several -
by a little effort could induce some
... by\ "..almost! every fruit-grower: in one, or more, to ship through it, if we. years past, enjoyed by the pro. the organ of the Exchange, but represent '
it should have been'in existence for would only make the effort, who would ducer, has been comparatively small, the shipper. We believe we can ..

'the length of time it has and yet otherwise send their fruit to some commission and that the great bulk of the pro- get the best results by supporting this

quotation allow of such? That a statement the fault as the docs above not house to compete with the Exchange ceeds of their labor has gone to "make institution, but this cannot be brought ..
,and break down the market
all lie with the officers of the Exchange help the rich richer," and, as an inevitable about by suppressing facts, and we
bill of
and perhaps get a freightto
j is doubtless* but that such shall gladly publish them and
true, pay in return. Let us make the counterpart of the proposition, "the pro
energy and enterprise as is usually To this con.-ED.
effort. W. S. HART. poor poorer. remedy cryingevil .
shown by successful commission Hawk's Park.Fla.,October JR, 1886. 4
and even-handed
; secure justice to Got No Acknowledgment.Editor .
houses and other mercantile institu- -C
tions in advertising and bringing to United Action Necessary.Editor all, various schemes and devices have FLORIDA DISPATCH : .
notice their objects and wares would FLORIDA DISPATCH: been proposed. We wish to give our experience with

have made such a sta.ement impose The theory and planning of the Among others, an association of the Fruit Exchange. I used all endeavors -
sible, is equally true. Florida Fruit Exchange is one that to get friends and others to
known as the Florida Fruit
.I look through the columns of the must be adopted by the orange- growers ship per Exchange last season. The
DISPATCH, the leading agriculturaland growers in this State, if our industryis Exchange was organized last year, results in all cases were unsatisfactory.

horticultural paper of the_State, ever to become permanently profit- and started out with the confidence of No acknowledgment was had in most

railroads, steamship lines, orange the field with their circulars and success. Evidently the entire corps I:I until after repeated letters. The
tree fertilizers, nurseries, metalic roof- agents, soliciting our fruit, with encouraging prices were about equal to commission:
of commission enlisted
men were merchants
but the
ing, real estate schemes, wire fencing, promises which, in many
against it and reasonably so for the a postal to acknowledge
but who
orange-packers and forwarders, etc. cases, is a race, to see are
Ask the "hundred and twenty-five representative to be our robbeis. success of the Exchange necessarily was damaging and destroyed confi-.

fruit and vegetablegrowerspresent Against these evils in an unorgan- involved the loss of the dence. \V.

at the Ocala Convention about ized and chaotic state as is our con business to them. Notwithstandingthe Kissimmee September City 23,186., Orange County, Florida,

these, ana I warrant there would not dition we have no defence.
obstacles in the of the Ex- [When the Exchange first
be found "a dozen" but that could tell Our leaders in the industry, having way commenced .

all about most of them, and express a, large groves of their own, seem most change, its success, until arrested by work, shipments were not
decided opinion as to their merits. of them satisfied to take a summer the disastrous freeze and destructionof acknowledged until sold. But this '

But the Exchange, where is it, and trip to the North, secure the sale of last year's crop, was marked, and I! was found to be unsatisfactory 'to

what are its objects? Well, don't look their own crops, and care nothing. gave promise of accomplishing great shippers, and the plan of notifying
in the advertising columns of the agricultural what becomes of the balance.
good for the people. But, its labors shippers immediately on receipt of
papers to find out, unless you Others who ought to be looking outfor '
have stronger glasses than mine. the dear people are so engagedin were suddenly arrested, and for some fruit was adopted and has been fol

What a help a half page or a full politics, that in this part of the time we had heard nothing of it. lowed ever since. This notice or acknowledgment -

page advertisement in each of ,the State, at least, i it is likely nothing will Lately, however, as the marketingseason also states when for-

leading agricultural, and' newspapersof be done. draws nigh, and the questioncomes warded and to what agent. Growerscan
the State for the next three months So we appear to be compelled to
would be. Let such advertisement set fall back upon the old worse than lot- home to every grower, "What rely upon receiving prompt and .

forth the origin, objects and general .tery system or to adopt .the "Ex- shall I (lo with my fruit-how can ,I full information concerning their fruit ,_.

plan of management;also,give instruc ,change" as our only ]hope. handle it t go as to obtain the best re- after if reaches the Exchange.-Et] ...'

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Protection from Railroads.The men. Take a pig small at both ends The Orchard

:K Live ptocl\. stock-growers convention heldat and double in size around the waist. ,

kti ,,- BI Idwin, on October 23d, resultedin Give him a good dose calomel, or a

Will Farmer John Explain? of the Florida good pill of blue mass,.and his waist THE PEACH.
f the organization band will come down to the right size -
Editor FixmiDA DISPATCH : History of Southern Races.
United Stock Protective Association. in a hurry. We have tried it and seen k
,; Will "Farmer John" kindly tell the Mr. Berckmans the eminent Southern
President, J. O. Haynes, Starke, Fla., it tried. -
ratlins, of the DISPATCH why the Here is We horticulturist, has promised to
Porcher L'Engle Jackson- an experimentalcase.:
and fruit should be Secretary, the readers of the DISPATCH at
gaud our -grower got a pig for a dollar debt. He was give ,
comj,ulled to,incur a large outlay in ville. The following petition was so mangy, so etunted, so big aroundin an early date, an article on. the types

...:: onlt r hat i the owner of a seven dollar I ,drawn up for circulation : the middle that we declined to sell and strains of this fruit, relating par-

cow nrny avoid doing so ? To the Legislature of the State of Florida: him, supposing he would die. He was ticularly to Southern races. In the

Twenty gardeners are under the in with and hadto meantime we have the following from
Your petitioners, citizens of the put a pen a larger pig
necessity) of building and maintaining State interested directly and indirectlyin be taken out to prevent the big pig his pen :

miles of pig-proof fence; because a the business of from killing him outright. We could "The first introduction of the peachin
neighbor insists upon free pasturage great for his Georgia is supposed to date from
blame the
that the construction not big pig, only poor
for his cow, calf and a small family of represent given in that the miser- the landing of the Spaniards in Florida
the Court of the statute judgment supposing
'rsz r b cks.Yhy should this be by Supreme whence it gradually found its
worth Well way
laws of this State affecting the rightof able runt was killing. a
thus ?1 GARDENER. into the interior settlements. This
made and the small
of the separate was
Sept. 1 1SSG. recovery damages by owners
be founded the
of animals killed rail- swine put in it. Now for the treatment hypothesis may upon
It'is presumed that the fruitgrowersand or existence of well defined families of
Kerosene the
road trains renders it to : was poured ovrr
gardners also own cattle that found only in sections of
may obtain such damages. That the animal to kill the mange, the vermin, peaches
at large therefore the fencing is peo- North and South America where
run ple of this State have,timeout of mind, and to loosen his hide from the ribs.
a mutual benefit. If the seven dollarcow Spanish missions or Spanish explorersfirst
enjoyed the right of pasturing. their (A little hyperbole here.) The next
was the only cow in the, country,, of blue After made a settlement. Thus our
cattle in the woods that railroad thing was a pill mass. a
the cage would be quite different. Asa I open while ; welcomedas few days the oil was poured on again family of "Indian peaches," so much

rule; twenty -gardners are not requited corporations, heartily and food The esteemed for the excellence of all its
". indispensable to the prosperity and given as required.
t1 1 fence against a few cattle sub-varieties, is traced to Southern
mend aud made fine
to as a
of State should be madeto began ,
and IH'IJ: owned by one man. A large progrees our shoat Spain, from whence the seeds were
the of the as anyone commonly sees.
majority of those who till' the soil own respect in this prior rights Your people We think that one of the worst ailments undoubtedly brought, and finding a
., cattle, and permit them to run at'large therefore respect.that honorable of hogs in Florida is liver dis congenial climate became the pioneers
as a matter of and conve pray your of a hardy, vigorous and productiverace
economy in full of the vested ease. As calomel i is"good for this, we
body, recognition
: nience. The fencing of the land tilled which, being hybridized with
of of the are confident that a dose for each hog,
rights so large a portion -
becomes a mutual necessity, as well as people other races of peaches, origin to
if twice to gave
of this State in the pursuit of ore given a year, according
a mutual benefit. It should be thus the forms of Indian peaches
size of would the swine in many
its industries will hogs, keep
qf most important ,
be cruse it is a benefit all around. fine health other found in every section of the Southern
such laws will make the kill- things being equal.
enact as
Nearly) one third of the land in Flor- States. The term "Indian peaches"was
This is said be for
of animal the remedy to a cure
ida,will never be cultivated, being too ing or injuring an on given by the white: set'lers \who
of the State in the thumps.An
wet, but it affords good grazing for public enclosed pastures of its inhabitants, or observant man will watch his found these fruits cultivated by die
cattle the entire For that areas by Indians, but who had no claim to their
year. purposes and feed and them
railroad trains,primi facie evidence oi hogs physic. as may -
; 4this low laud becomes public origin.
.'_ property .that may be used by any a right in the owner to recover the seem ?....,,.-..: -.. ...... ,. ,, "It is noteworthy that in no'section
full value thereof such value be
1 person who sees proper to own cattle. ; to Enriching our Farms. of the Middle States, where most varie-
ascertained tribunal of
'. As all may own cattle, so all should by a experts. We make the following extract froma ties of peaches succeed admirably, has
... And whereas certain railroad!
fence against them, and thus ail may corporations personal letter from one of our most the 'Indian peach" attained to the
I have been in times and
enjoy the benefits of the great pasture past, progressive agriculturists : The moreI perfection that it attains in Middle\
others sometime be
fields at large. If a few men do not may at encumbered see, read and learn of stock culture, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabamaand

happen to own cattle, that is no with mortgages, judgments, and the more I am convinced of its feasi Texas. To fully appreciate the .

reason why many others who do own. other prior liens', whereby judgmentsfor bility and necessity in Florida. There quality of a perfect 'Columbia peach"one
the value of stock killed injured
them should be deprived of the use of \would be valueless.or I is double profit in'it, profit in the ani- must come South to eat it freshly

the great pasture fields that are open practically mals and profit in the enrichment and plucked from the tree. He will then
further that in
to the public. your petitioners pray maintenance of fertility in the land.It enter tarn an opinion differing slightly
the relief hereinbefore
:::', For fencing our cultivated fields, giving prayedto will solve the most important problem from a New York commission mer-
and render the
'_ we have plenty of timber and plenty your of certain petitioners value, to honorable in Florida agriculture, the ma- chant, who upon receiving a shipmentof

of time, having the entire year to same will all railroad, your nure question. Every farmer should "Indian peaches," reported to the

work. Every gardener, fruit-grower body require corpora therefore be urged to keep stock in grower that they were unsalable, look-
S under
tions of this
:. and farmer, ought to keep.a few good ;'ate, adequate ,full proportion to his acreage. All ing too much like Irish potatoes. The
cows so as to fill the State with plenty pains penalties, to keep at successful experience in forage crops class yellow-fleshed peaches ofwhichthe

of good milk and butter. As the times, in some suitable depositary, a should be reported. We also want to "Early and Late Crawfords" are

c. cattle can run at large the poor man sum of money sufficient to pay all know how to manage cattle in stalls excellent representatives in all Northern -

can ,have the use of the great pasture judgments and costs them which for cattle may killed be recovered and in the"cow-pen" with small range. orchards, is also of Spanish origin;;

;j; at large just as well as the rich. It against This will allow the largest number ,on and known there as"Melocoton;j" these

.i r-. gives the poor'man a chance, and that or roads.injured by trains operating their the fewest acres and give most manure hybridized with the "Indian" and

is what 'I like about it. It* is much I think sheep can be made profitable "Chinese" types have produced a class

easier to build fences in Florida than Your petitioners further pray, that in Florida and it would be another of fruits unsurpassed. in size and qual-
honorable board will in such
.' it is to raise feed for cattle. I know, your grand means of fertilization. Joseph ity,and justly given to Georgia peachesthe
laws enact for the,relief of
because I am doing it. I am confi as you may Harris' recent article on this subject well-earned reputation they possess

dent that if the stock law was in force your petitioners in this regard,require shows the necessity and profit of feed-' in Northern markets."

; in the State there would be but few railroad, corporations which may ing outside stuff such as cottonseed ..

cattle in the southern part of Florida, enclose their tracks to provide safe I! meal, etc., for growth and fatteningand LeContes at Orange Park.

and those few would be milk cows and proper means for the cattle of your especially for the manure. Whena David Loring, of Orange Park,

: almost exclusively, thus depriving the petitioners, and of others interested in statement of 823 enrichment of land Clay county, Fla., planted seventyfive -

State, to a great extent, of native beef. such property, to cross such railroad at from'a half ton of cotton-seed meal LeContes in February, 1882.

What may be true of other States in intervals of not more than one mile fed to sheep or other animals, comes From these trees! he gathered twenty

regard to keeping cattle up, will not apart. _. from Joseph Harris and Sir John B. crates of fruit and estimates as many
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as a rule, apply to Florida. Laws, though seemingly incredible, it more were disposed of in other ways.

I say, again, let the cattle run at Save Your Hogs. is entitled to the most respectful con I Some of the trees were: heavily l laden.It .

': large, and pass laws requiring the improving Concerning the health of hogs on sideration. should be borne in mind that these

I of the stock. I further say, "the Range," W. M.Davis, Agricultural Furthermore, the soil of the Englishand trees are on the poor sandy lands of

kill,the razor-backs. I have more I Editor of the Lake City fluide, the Virginia farms renovatedby East Florida, where the productiveness -

would like to say, but let this do for says: As a remedy for many of the ills sheep-culture is much the same as of this fruit has been questioned.Mr. .

the present. FARMER JOHS.t to which hog flesh is heir, we are a that of Florida. Sheep prosper in Loring cuts his trees back every

firm believer in calomel. The doctors Florida Cotton seed, a product of the year, and it is possible their early

The orange crop about Lakeland, don't like calomel-some of them don't. State, is cheap ; fodder crops are easily fruitfulness may be attributed to this

will be aa good aa usual. We do-for hogs, and sometimes for raised and mutton u scarce and dear. method of pruning.

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]ptovember perimental plat suggested last month.If !1oridiana. "Notes from Over the Way.-
tnis were generally adopted and the Tampa Bay.
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results published, great benefit would Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
WORK FOR THE MONTH. result from it.' '
Dots Along the. Florida Southern.
We that of the Atlantic
; -- Now is the time to sow\ asparagusseed Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: suppose you .
The Kitchen Garden. obtain coast have been visited by an easternly ,
to plants for setting after The Florida Southern Railroad

The directions for last month are danger of frost is over in spring. Any travels through a great diversity of gale. We have only felt a little of its. .

equally applicable to' November. good, well drained soil will make as- force while enjoying the showers which
There are .not vegetables that scenery. It. commences at Palatka, .
mauy paragus in this State, if heavily with it.
. can be safely planted this,month. But manured. Every gardener should] on the St. Johns river, and reaches to came

English" Peas may now be plantedfor have a bed if only for home consump- Charlotte Harbor, on the Gulf coast. Young orange groves are "splitting"their

early spring harvesting. It is well tion. It takes time to get a bed started The hand of Industry is making this i fruit at a fearful rate. If other .

to sow early, second early and late varieties but it pays well. A few stalks may be one of the most fruitful regions in the I sections are afflicted likewise, besides
so as to have them in use fora cut the second after
longer period. year settingthe State, beautiful clear lakes stretch out having fruit whipped off by the wind,
plants but a crop must not be expected
The Parsnip is a hardy biennial until the third everywhere along the route ; rich ham- there must be a new estimate of the
year. .
that will grow all through our mild Clean up the premises and bear in mock lands, with their lofty live oaks crop. I and my neighbors, will ]loose *

winters and should now be sown. This mind that supply of wood must be magnolias: sweet bay, gum trees, etc., one-third of our expected, or' calculated ] -

vegetable is but little used in the laid in for winter use. with vines and harvest. But if we market our

Soutb, but is highly esteemed' both in A short time since, a lady said in overrun drooping moss, I. to good advantage, we will
that artist would oranges
Europe and in some of the Northern my hearing, "We have a garden this present a picture an
tide over, and probably] do better
States as food for both man and beast. year.{ It don't seem as if we had muchin appreciate.The .

Its cultivation in the South; might Be it, but our store bill will not be as St. Johns and Lake EuStis "next year." _
made profitable for home consumptionas I don't think there will be much of .
much in a year now as it was beforein branch. has not as much hammock, but
a food for stock. three months." Such, no doubt, is there find the and an effort at fall or winter gardening
can high healthy
Salsify, or vegetable oyster, so called the of
experience who this sum- ,
many hereabouts. Our waters full offish
land. number of
from its fancied resemblance to the rolling pine Quite a
mer, for the first time in Florida, are
oyster in taste, may also be sown this supplying their tables with vegetablesof windmills are seen here that supplythe notwithstanding the thousands of

month, as it will also grow all throughthe their own raising. A garden is gardens with water when the tons kiled by the January blizzard.

winter. This esculent is but little not good economy in the matter of clouds withhold their treasure. A Oysters are coming in season. Our

'known in Florida It is chiefly used "store bills" only, but also in the mat- large increase of fruit and vegetablesare potato patches have done well. The
in The roots when boiled, cut It
soups. ter of doctor bill is not condu- oak scrubs full of and
are acorns hogs
into small pieces and properly sea- cive to good health to live on tin- shipped every season over this

soned, have some resemblance to the canned goods nor on pork and grits.A route. Many large mercantile housesdo will fatten in the woods. What more '

oyster in taste. It is also used as a reasonable amount of these, with thriving business here. Terran, c 'uld we wish or expect except of

substitute for-asparagus when preparedin plenty of good, fresh "garden sass," Moore\ & Bro. are the largest dry- course the winter travel and a land
the same way. Sow in drills fifteen be harmful but the
may[ not more sale occasionally. We feel about as
merchants south of
and when two inches goods; Palatkadoing
.inches apart, "sass" the better. When Florida
high, thin to eight or ten inches in the shall supply her own tables] with veg both a wholesale] and retail business ; well over "prospects" as any other sec- .

row. etables and produce grain-or rootsas DeWitt & Gilmore the largest hard- tion poesibly-can, for of all Florida, .:. (

Carrots may still be sown as they a substitute for grain-and hay for ware business, and their large stock of give me the Gulf Coast, but I ,won't

are sufficiently hardy to grow all, win- her domestic animals and beasts of farming implements show that these go to "blowing" now, Our tropical .,.
ter. As a table vegetable it is valua- burden then she will be '
trees that were killed last winter are
things in demand in this
are vicinity.
ble but as food for stock its value is self-supporting, but not until then.J. "'; 4
grossly overlooked by us. Many thou- H. S. They are in the city of Eustis, the high as your head and looking fine.

sand dollars a year might be saved to The Orchard. largest place. on this route, and rapidly Guavas will fruit little] next year,
our State by the cultivation of this Here is also ice Mangoes the year after-ah, that is to
If the orchard has been well worked growing. an factory
root if it were us: l as a substitute forcorn
"if" Enough.
''' during the summer, active cultivationin that supplies that very desirable ar- say
and for which send
oats, we so
much money North. If fed to horsesin it may now cease. If cow-peas occupy ticle all along the line. Frank Sta: Yours truly! WM. P. N.
the do not plow them Oct. 13, 1886. -
equal parts with grain they will do ground pleford has the only green-house on ..
under, but leave them to rot and act
.better than when fed on grain alone. this route, and his stock of "anythingyou
as a mulch on top of the ground, to be STATE ITEMS..
Four hundred to six hundred bushelsto
want" is worth He -
plowed under next spring; this planis may seeing.
the is fair when
erly cultivated.The acre a. crop prop- much better for the trees than plowing is a Western boy, and is thoroughly Alachua boasts of a good orange ,

under the vines in a green state. the ofVhat be ,
Radish is also sufficiently hardyto sifting question can crop. -
There is not amount of work
stand our average winter and may a great done in Florida." He is in love with Orange City is planting strawberries!
to be done in the orchard I
be'eown at intervals as needed to have i the "DISPATCH," thinks it Florida'sbest largely.
this month, but it is a good time to get
them fresh and
always crisp. together weeds muck etc. to be friend. His place-is west of Altoona -
The Beet, south of the 29, will grass, Alachua planters are holding cotton
usually grow.ajl,winter also. 'As this composted for.future use, in the orchard.G. Fla. Here Mr.\ George Rump's I for better "prices.Homeland '
L. T.
is such a valuable esculent it would be fine peach trees attract much attention.He reports a full crop and

well to ascertain how far north it can On the Farm. is also quite an extensive straw- plenty of buyers. -

be grown .during winter. Farm work is over for the season. berry-grower, with Dr. Webster and
is another that Cotton worked into Waldo has a live Agricultural and
Spinach hardy plant picked, cane syrup, others. At Maywood there will be
may: be sown this month. This vegeta- forage cured and housed. A few peas Horticultural Society. ,

ble is chiefly prized affording supe- may remain to be gathered. Southernrye something done in this line ; one man It is estimated that about half the

rior "greens." Hake: the soil very rich, may still be sown.In has set out six thousand plants, another Alachua cotton has been gath- .
sow in drills two feet apart, thin out I four thousand, and another eight crop

to eight or ten inches in the drill. Grove and Nursery. thousand, with some smaller numbers. ered.The
Ltttuce may also be sown and will The growers' energies are!now bent shipment of oranges by the .,
Will after
success they com-
do well. In transplanting set the upon marketing the p.rop. For detailsas report carload from Sumter has ".
plants at least fifteen inches apart each to gathering, packing,etc, see Fruit mence bearing. As yet we have out county

way if you expect good heads. Plants Exchange Prospectus in last issue. only cabbage, tomatoes, onions, turnips begun.

left in seed-bed will give good heads, But little can be done in nursery they are lookin: well, shall put I. Three car-loads of oranges have v.

but they must have sufficient room. this month. in peas next month, and they will be been shipped to cash purchasers in

The transplanting of cabbage and out in time for Irish potatoes. The New Orleans this season.
cauliflower is still to be attended to, The crop of long-staple cotton of best policy we know is to enrich a '"

and seed may still be sown for a later Sumter county promises to be larger small piece, say two or three ac.res, and The native grasses of Florida are _,

crop. All growing crops must be : than it was last year. The yield is put in successive crops never letting being utilized for hay this season ffore ;

carefully ane? thoroughly worked jf generally good and the fibre is clean, them go hungry or thirsty. This will generally than ever before. This hay .ni

good returns are expcted. In this free from dirt and stains. It is bringing ). flay, ao.1.l it is easier to make $300 on i ia nutritious, when cut at 'he :tl
in others ''there, i is in the local markets four tu very ;
business as nn ex- cents one acre than on two or threetry it
cellence without labor." We would four and half cents per pound in the and t-ee. S. L. REED. right time and properly cured, --nd : =:

strongly urge the adoption of the ex- seed. Pittman, Fla. stock eat it very readily. :.;';,..e'::

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rIoIIle Interests.BY jar and boil it slowly until it is evaporated they are not troublesome any extent Whitewash.We .

nearly one-half. Now suspendthe here. give the following from C. H.

IRS. E. A. HILL. I grasses in such a manner that "Old Fogy" is still alive, and flour- W., in reply to Harry's request in

_-__-.-_--J._ their tops will be under the solution. ishing, we believe. Home Department :

Good Reading. Put the whole in a cool place where We agree with our correspondent in Whitewash is, to some extent, a disinfectant -

I'M rents and teachers should exercisea not the least draft of air or motion regard to the Home Department. I and should be used in cellar
will disturb the formation of crystals.In Many times we have something whichwe and kitchen-closets not less than once .
careful and thorough supervisionover hours take think would be interesting and use
twenty-four or thirty-six a year, twice being better. A very
>f the reading matter of the young out the grasses and let them hardenin ful to our readers, but our space is good whitewash is made of one peckof

people committed to their care. A a cool room. Beautiful blue limited. This is all we can do at pres- slacked lime, a pound and a half of
taste for pure reading should be culti tals can be made by preparing ent.-ED. H.1.Serving white vitriol, a pound of salt, and a
vitriol of in the half of melted salt
or sulphate copper a pound glue-the
vated in early childhood, such a Sweet Pototoes.
very same manner, but don't let it drop on and glue keeping the wash from rub-
formed will be of Editor Home INTERESTS: ,
taste once a source dress Gold colored .
your carpet. i bing
the standard foods of Florida
great comfort in days of adversity or crystals can be produced by adding Among --- -....--
the and Florida
sorrow. It* will not pass away but turmeric to the alum solution, and a i ranks house-wives sweet often potato cudgel, their brainsto Making an Ottoman.I .
few drops of extract of logwood will
will grow with the growth and find new and appetizing modes of will tell you how to make an otto-
make rich
strengthen and spread to the third and purple.crystals.. preparing this vegetable, after the old man of old quart cans : Take seven, .

fourth generation.As ones of boiling and baking have palledon place one in the middle, and set the

our children grow to maturity Editor FLORIDA Crystallzing DISPATCH Grasses. the appetite. others around it, tie a piece of cloth
: The following recipes may not be around them. Then wind a string the
and the cares of life press upon them, In to the for instructions
reply -
request new to many of your readers, but may opposite way across this between each
much of what they have learned at how to crystalize grasses, made by give a hint to some : can to give the shape, now make a

school will be forgotten, but the taste EMMA B., through the "Question Col- Escalloped Sweet Potatoes.Take cushion of moss for the top and cover

for pure literature and the love of umn" of the DISPATCH of the 18th, I. good sound potatoes, wash, and par- the whole, drawing it underneath with .

knowledge will remain to bless and would offer the following : boil. Then remove the skins and the string run in and tie.
Make a saturated solution of alum slice into an earthen baking-dish. Cretonne makes a pretty cover.
brighten other lives also. in boiling water and suspend the grassesto While so doing occasionally put in Yours truly.

It would be an excellent idea if our be crystallized in it while it is quite small lumps of butter, and dust; sugar, EMMA B.

purest and best authors were read hot and set it aside to quietly cool. salt and pepper (if liked) over the .._ ':.
As the water gradually regains its normal slices. When the dish is full
put more
more frequently in our public schools How to Manage a Household.Editor .
temperature its excess .of alum is of the butter, salt, and sugar on the
and as books are to the a means HOME INTERESTS:
young precipitated and, seeking the stems of top, pour a little water in the dish, In the .of household
'.of contaminating or purifying the the for a nucleus, it- bake management a
grass arranges and then put in the oven to fussiness arises from lack of
mind, it is incumbent on all guardiansof self into beautiful crystals around When done the inside slices will be soft, largely and from the a '
system or plan ; too great
them. By the use of alum alone, whiteor and brown.
youth to make a careful selection and the outside crisp attention to minor details. Some

books read by them, more especiallyin semi-transparent crystals will be Do not put too much water in, as it housekeepers have the habit of stir- '
the addition of small
produced. By a The
will make the
these days of sensational and questionable potato soggy. po- ring up everything at the same time. ;,
quantity of Cochineal Prussian blueor tatoes may be sliced in the bakingdish .
lose of excellent rule-
They sight an
literature. other permanent pigaments tints if
but require longer baking
rate, one thing at a time, and that first '
be at will but the
may produced cheap Irish white
prepared so. or potatoes .
Air the Clothing which is of most importance. It is a' '
analine dyes too sensitive to the
be cooked the same ,'omitting
Sunlight, we believe, is recognized action of light to give lasting results. sugar may and substituting: milk way for water. good. plan to. sit. quietly. down- (not too '
In the The same principle is involved in this n Sweet Potatoes.cj Boil long) at the beginning of each day,
everywhere as a great purifier. Mashed enough
and take a survey/>f the domestic field.
when much of the process as in the "Growing Salt" ex sweet for family till
autumn strictly potatoes your be
,. Decide what must done, and what,
, periment mentioned in the DISPATCH
summer clothing can be laid aside, and done ; then remove the skins and placein in case of lack of time, or the inter-
but the alum
process yields much larger a bowl, mash with milk, butter and
thicker goods substituted, all clothing and more beautiful crystals and more salt to taste. When the potato is free vention of other duties, may be put
shouldbe and work with but little off and then set to work without undue -
thoroughly overlooked lasting more cost. from lumps, and perfectly smooth, remove -
baste, to perform duties.
aired. R. E. P. necessary
dish nice to
to a baking enough
Jacksonville, Fla., October 20, i8"6.> Learn to do it quietly, without noise.
A is to wash all washable table. Smooth the then
good plan appear at top,
>- There is a vast amount of strength expended -
goods to remove the starch ; then put I About Fleas. prick all over with a fork ; put small in this way, and nervous en-

in a c nvenient place for mending be- I Editor HOME INTERESTS: pieces of butter on the top, place in a ergy wasted. The wise housekeeper .

fore they are Kid I<< aside for the nextseason's Can you tell me how to rid a houseof hot oven and bake till brown. never gets into a "stew," but works as
Fried Sweet Potatoes cooked this
fleas? Last spring we were obligedto noiselessly and steadily as the sunlight.If .
wear. sojourn in an old house which had way, are liked by many. Cut raw po. she has house-cleaning to attend to

Those who have spent one season been occupied by the "hands," and we tatoes into tiny square pieces, and fry she does not commence by tearing up

here will readily understand that beds were devoured by these pests. in boiling lard. Fried with Irish po- every room in the house and puttingthe

and:bedding must also come in for a Dogs, we know, were here in abun- tatoes prepared in the same manner, entire establishment into A chaos of

full share of sunlight and air, other- dance, and, no doubt, hogs have found makes a change. confusion ; but she takes one room at
Fried in Batter
Sweet Potatoes
comfortable shelter underneath.I are a
a time has it cleaned and purified and
wise smell will remain
a damp, musty novelty, and are made with cold sliced
with the Home De-
am pleased put to rights again before there is any
which is neither pleasant nor whole- but would like to have potatoes. .
partment, more further upheaval. System is as essen-
devoted the interests of home. Sweet Potato Balls are prepared the .
some. space to tial in the government of the house-
What has become of "Old same way as Irish ones : mashed potato -
Fogy, hold as in that of the State. A good
CrystallizingGrasses.. and his '"moonshine?" As he made into flat cakes and fried.
was a and systematic wife is really the means
Editor HOME INTERESTS : and "knew all about Croquettes made from sweet pota
new comer, gar- of making a happy home.
I notice in the last HOME DEPARTMENT dening in Florida," we would like to toes and fried in a deep kettle of boil C. H. W.

some one asks how to crystallizethe know whether he succeeded in his at- ing grease are as good as those made

grasses of Florida. We have often tempts, or if he has left the State in from Irish potatoes. F.
noticed the great variety of beautiful disgust. MRS. RAYMOND. l-ftH>> More cotton has been shipped from .
grasses in the country, and have gathered With proper precaution no family the Monticello\ depot the present sea-

them for bouquets, but had not need be devoured by fleas in Florida. \ S. E. D., says she has tried the son than from any other depot .along

thought of crystallizing them. I will Dogs and hogs should find quarters methods recently given in these columns the line of the Florida Railway and
give you a nice recipe that I saw in "farther on." The door-yard shouldbe i for washing with kerosene to her .

the Household a' short time ago. I kept clean by frequent rakings and entire satisfaction, and that she hat Navigation Company.

think this is just what is wanted. Girls an occasional sprinkling of lime. We thereby been enabled to do washing .-*- ,

try this recipe and tell us how you have heard that the high bush myrtle, which she could not have done in the An Orange county nurseryman has '.
succeed. MRS. E. M. which grows wild here,will drive away old way. shipped 1,000,000 orange trees to

"The best rule for crystallizinggrasses fleas, if scattered freely in and around Mrs.\ H. writes : I have washed by Riverside, California. A Lake Weir

is to put in as much allum as the house. Persian insect powder will the recipe given to boil the clothesin filled a large order for
the water will disolve. When it will drive them from bed-rooms if one can coal-oil and soap, and think it is nurseryman

take no more it is called a saturated afford the expense. We have only an excellent. I think the clothes shouldbe Riverside last spring. Our California

eolation. Then pour into an earthen occasional report of fle/

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. be devoted to the arts, inventions Another Organ. until the question raised by Mr. Mott
manufactures, products and resources Tom Harris' Rural Free Press is settled. Most of the trees set out
A. H. MANVILLE Editor.
I the United States alone. Its special (Ocala) has been appointed Official within the last few years and were
Transportation.We objects are to display in the metropolis Organ of the Marion County Fruit grown in this country and were of
of Great Britain, the chief and Vegetable-Growers 'Protective course, on native stocks. If such trees
devote a department this week market of the world, a more ,complete Association, and will hereafter devote will not hold their fruit and we are
to various expressions of opinion on collection of the products of the soil two columns a week to Agricultural, obliged to fall back upon imported
this important subj ct. It is conceded and mines stocks-the '"boom" the
and the manufactures of the Horticultural and Association Matters. for Japan per-
on. all sides that our common carriersare United States than has been simmon will receive back.
ever This: is a good move for the Associa a severe set
not serving the fruit, and vegetable shown in Europe at any international tion, for Marion county, and for the My own experience this year seemsto
,. interests as they sh' uld-much to exhibition, to impress people of that Free Press. If local papers throughout coincide with that of Mr Mott. One
" the latter's detriment. But as to the continent and others with a realizingsense the State would give more spaceto of the Japan persimmon trees which I
specific location of the trouble and of the magnitude and variety of such things, they would give their have, seemed large enough and old
the remedy therefor the expression, our industrial resources, etc. The Ex- readers matter of the greatest interest, enough to fruit, and it did put out
taken as a whole, is chaotic. We hibition opens May 2, 1887, and continues and render the State the best possible over two hundred blossoms. For some
demand in one breath lower rates, six months. Extensive grounds service. time it seemed as if they were all goingto
quicker timebetter equipment, and add have in .*. fruit fall
been secured the centre of set finally they began to
to the railroads' serious enough short London, and commodious buildingswill Current Comment. and soon there were only five left.
comings, the evils that come from a be provided. For particulars ad- Transportation. the DISPATCH These grew for some weeks, but before
-- bad .for of distribution and market- dress John Gilmer, Secretary, 702 of October 11, there is an account of they were as large as walnuts the last
ing, which they are in no way res Chestnut street, Philadelphia.This an interview between the committeeof one dropped. -
ponsible.We affords another opportunity to the F. F. & V-G. P. A., and the Work for Immigrants.While it is
must go at this intelligently if set the advantages of Florida properly railroad officials. At that meeting often difficult for a stranger to secure
we are to accomplish anything. All before the world-to secure capital Mr. Papy claimed that owing to the fact employment, yet if he is industrious
outward bound freight pays local und immigration to develop our re that they nad to bring many of their and in earnest he can get enoughto
rates to Jacksonville, Baldwin, Cala sources. Shall \we avail ourselves of cars back empty, they could not affordto live on until he proves his value, and
han, or Gainesville. These being the it? By pursuing a liberal policy in reduce their rates for freight or from that time forward he will find his
basal points at which ALL through ratesto such matters as this, and spending vegetables, etc. If the facts are exactly services in demand. The great dif-
.. points North begin. Thus "rates" is money liberally to induce an influx of as-he stated, they are, in a measure culty has been that so many come
divided into two distinct factors "local capital and immigration, South California a justification of their refusal. down in winter wanting work for only
rates" and "through rates," and just which ten years ago attracted On page 707 of the DISPATCH for. a few weeks and then complain be-
here fix in mind the fact that all October 18th Mr. F. D Pooser
less attention than Florida, has distanced gives a cause the growers will not dischargetheir
through freights pay local rates to basal us in the race. For instance, comparison of the rates each way. If regular help and give employment -
points. Although through rates are during a period in which Jacksonvillehas the railroads can bring a barrel of to these,transci ntB.
high, they are not exorbitantly highin doubled a population of ten thou- flour weighing 215 pounds from New There are hundreds of men in the
the present condition of this traffic ; sand, Los Angeles has grown from a York city to Florida for fifty cents, State who are dissatisfied with the un-
but we must have quicker time and bet- town of ten thousand inhabitants to a then they can certainly afford to take reliability of the colored laborers.
ter service for through freight which city of seventy-five thousand souls the barrel l back when filled with veg--: They would be glad to employ white
involves increased expense to the We have unequalled natural advan- etables, which do not weigh over men if they could get them, but that
transportation lines,and we cannot, in tages, and the conditions of success half as much, at the same rate. is impossible. For example, a gentleman -
fairness, ask a lower rate at the same are plain. Can we not at least imitate? How can the railroad officials reconcile asked me a few days ago if I
time. I There is "withholding more than "is I these facts with their statements as I knew of a reliable white man whom he
Turning to local rates, we find them meet and it tendeth to poverty." In : recorded above? I r could engage by the month for a yearor
reasonable on all lines centering at regard to the London Exhibition we more. He has one or two hands
Jacksonvillenecessarily so from the can Hope nothing from, our niggardly} Deadenings.-A grove can be set that have been with him two or three
competition of the St. Johns river. I. and purblind State Government. Will out and started very cheaply by following years. But they are anxious for a
On the other hand, the rates on the plan proposed by Mr. Adamsin
not our land companies railroad com- change being, like most of their race,
lines centering at the other basal panies; and other corporations largely the last DISPATCH. But when the unwilling to settle down and stay longin
points are .exorbitantly high, more interested in the progress of the State deadened timber decays so as to be- the same place.
than double the rate on lines take this matter in hand? come dangerous how can 'it be cut The wages he offered might, at first
running into Jacksonville. Hereis I rS down without damage to the orange thought, seem low to Northern men,
where we need lower rates, and. Hard Winter for the Bees. trees ? Of course if all the trees are yet, considering the.cost of living,they
where our efforts should be centered. straight and stand in the middle of the were good ; a family could live on
This be remedied Mr. J. Y. Detwiler, of New Smyrna, without to side
can by popular sen- i spaces leaning one them as well or better than the average -
timent against injustice, by local con Fla., writes under date of October they might be cut by skillful choppersso farm laborer at the North.
centration and patronage of rival lines, 18th, as follows : as to fall between the rows. Un- As to what is said about carpenter
by a railroad commission, by the con- An examination of home apiarya fortunately many of them will standin in the same article, I have no criticismto
struction of competing lines, perhaps short time after my an absence of a such a position or will lean in sucha make. "The woods are full of
increasing in effectiveness in order as few weeks, resulted ago in finding several manner as to render it difficult if them," and most parts of the State
enumerated. empty hives, the busy workers having. not impossible to get them down with- offer no inducements for a carpenterwho
There is but one way to control sought other quarters. The balanceof out injury to the trees. must depend upon hit trade to
through transportation, namely : By the colonies appear light, in stores, Pine stumps are considered a serious support a family.
concentrating freights at the basal all are awaiting the syrup.secreted by detriment to an orange-grove in this A first-class Al workman 'can usu-
points under one management-this the berries of the saw-palmetto to part of the State on account of their ally do well in the cities and large
solves the problem effectually. To recapitulate the remaining colonies through the carry win- harboring the Termites (white ants) towns. -
: Our horticultural indus ter. The above will apply to or wood lice as they are commonly I think that there must be some
tries demand lower rates to Gaines- nearjy} all the apiaries on the coast called. If stumps are objectionablefor mistake in the account of that potato
ville, Baldwin and Callahan, quick where the colonies have not been this reason then such piles of pine grown at Ellenton. A potato that
time for'oranges from basal points to I vided with honey by the apiarist pro-to logs and rubbish must be still more weighed one hundred pounds ought to
Northern markets ;and for vegetables I them over. dangerous. Many orange trees are. measure more than one-half a peck.
and small fruits still quicker time and carry destroyed annually by these termites, I -
better equipment. where there are but few pine stumps
Bad Law.-la the following statement -
_. The Crop in Marion County.
and left shelter
p. roots to them.I in the prospectus of the Fruit
American Exhibition-London, The Free Press estimates the
Marion cannot accept Mr. Adams' conclu- Exchange correct? ''The laws of the
'I .1887. county crop at upwards of 300,000 sion as correct. I do not think thatit State of Florida require that no share '
Through: the courtesy of John Sar- boxes, of this number Citra alone will is possible for a young grove to do of stock shall be less
'-. thin, Chief of Department of Fine ship 150,000 boxes. This estimate is better than those that I have seen on than any one hundred company dollars each." If
Arta, we have received the Official based on a curtailment of one-third cleared land. I have not set anything then the next Legislature shouldbe
Circular of the Exhibition. The pur- owing to last winter's freeze. At this under deadened pines, but my ex- flooded with petitions calling for an
of the Exhioition is stimulate the for the State will
pose to rate crop exceed perience with a two-acre deadening the amendment allowing the fruit and
and extend the export trade of the 800,000 boxes. Marion\ is the banner past year is such that I want no more vegetable-growers to organize on a
United States, and to quicken the flow orange county so far as actual production of them. similar basis to that reported from
"{ of foreign capital to this country for of fruit is concerned. Orange, Japan Persimmons.-Probably there Califorinia, namely, one dollar
'.. tHe development. of iU natural wealth Putnam and Sumkr'come next in the will be no very large plantations of share. W. C. STEELE.per
and J'eiourceL; The Exhibition will order named. '- o. 0 : Japan persimmons made hereafter, Switzerland, Fl*.

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and at lowest
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toCHAS. business as any man living, and he can fill
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the United States and foreign countries the State wisely selects the DISPATCHas Promptly
wherever the Interest is turned Southward.It .
medium for his Real Es-
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Nur" ries, Transportation lines. Banks, on the beautiful :Manatee river, and -

Hot Klntbie. IH, And to r>!ilioHti ach our brunches winter herein visitors It or Is our d("- years knows every foot of ground in that Extending Its Usefulness. i, pany will be incorporated by the next

ntpld'y increasing per ma ent popu at Ion.K county. This knowledge makes him reli- i' LegIslature, and the stock will be issuedas
months it has been
ir Adv rllslng Hates Apply to able in such matters.D. For some past soon as possible after the charter has
LOUIS W. BUCKLEY, mooted among those conversant with been secured.
N. MARTIN, such that the Phosphate
matters Ashley
Advertising Manager. .
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The attention of those contemplating for,sale cheap. He asks for correspondence in view it had thoroughly prospected all An Enterprise that Merits Atten-

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James M. Fairlie and Prof Beardslie, the
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as a premium a copy of the leading spirits in this enterprise, are, expert favorable terms. and has, during all the years of its ex-

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a neatly bound book containing the facility for manufacturing and compounding the banks of the Ashley River, and having tion amongst the ferti1izerD1anutilct
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i the standard of
They have a large j recognized as ex-
nearly new.
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and being recently -
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offers Real Estate in Hernando county. every device or improvement at present grade ftrtilizers, embracing Soluble

What the, Advertisers in the DispatchSay. From long acquaintance we can com- known in phosphate mills has been I Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved
mend this gentleman as thoroughly relia- adopted in their construction. They are I Bone, Acid Phosphate, Ash Element,

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C. W. DACOSTA, ESQ., Dear Sir-In .
Seed Hull Ashes. Those their
advertisement of Straw- the man to write to if you want a Grade There will be great regret on the part intrusting
answer to our Jersey of this community, and of the extensive orders to this reliable company will be

berry plants, we have received orders cow. KAFFIR CORN. connections of the Charleston Phosphate certain of having them promptly filled,

and letters of inquiry from nearly Read article on this Grain and Forage Company, that this company, having a and the goods will be found perfectly satisfactory -
and of the
in the State and far name most dear to the whole Southern very highest grade.
every county as Plant, in Farm Department, this issue.
will exist and Mr. William Ravenel, whose standingas
North Maryland.. We consider Mr. John A. Germond has the seed for States especially, no longer a merchant and gentleman of
-. that its brands, most favorably known, unques-
your paper a very valuable one, not sale. will hereafter be withdrawn from the tioned honesty and reliability, is the

only as an advertising medium, but J. CRAWSHAW, JR., trade. But there is compensation in all, president of this company, and all the

also for general information on agri- offers farm machinery See his Specials.The things and the friends and patrons of other officers are men of commercialrank.
Eggleston Truss Company, Ester- :Florida are
the old company can feel entire confidence orange-growers par-
cultural and other subjects. brook's Pens, B. F. Johnson's, and Dr. in its new proprietors, as the well ticularly invited to inspect samples and

Very Respectfully, Scott and others complete the list for this established reputation of the Ashley write for circulars and reading matter to
J. W. VOSE, week. .-.-. Phosphate Company for honesty and lib- the general office of the Stono Phosphate
WM. H. KINGSBURY. erality in the management of its affairs Company at Charleston. The earth-

.- About Flour. will give full assurance of satisfaction tall o quake has shaken them up, but they are
"on deck" once again as good as ever.
who deal with it.
Wise Choosers.The Tn a newly settled country like Florida may 4
where green stuff and luxuries are want- The expenditure necessary in the pur-
present issue shows many new ad- ing, flour enters more largely than any chase ol the Charleston works by the Attention Orange-Growers.t

vertisements and increased prosperity for other article into every day cookery. Ashley Phosphate Company has necessi- The FLOIUDA DISPATCH, during a recent -
the DISPATCH. At home as well as Good flour means wholesome food, tated the enlargement of their capital visit to Mr. George Whitehead's

abroad the reliable firms select it as the wholesome food means happiness. Bad stock; and now with new additional pleasant quarters at Savannah, received
medium for advertising. This week we bread is the bane of the pioneers existence. works, increased capital and. extended much valuable information concerningthe

call attention to Maryland and Virginia wheat is noted facilities for manufacturing, they are in advantages of their fast freight line

ANTHONY & YOUNGof for its rich nutritious properties-is as better position than ever before to supply. to the North, Northwest West. :Mr.

Palmetto, Manatee county, Fla. heavy as any wheat grown; according to the wants of the trade. Whitehead is the General Passenger and
They intend to sell all the best land in' reports of the leading markets of the The original stock of the Charleston Freight Agent of tho Central Railroad of

that section of the State, and as they have county it brings more money than any Phosphate Company was forty-two thou- Georgia, and this means the "AssociatedLines
plenty of the best and richest portions western wheat, which is the best possi- sand dollars, which was reduced until the of Georgia." Mr. Beckwith is the

there is no reason to doubt their success. ble evidence of its better quality. The stock allowed the old company was fourteen Florida Freight Agent for these lines,

Both members of the firm are honest, "Patapsco Superlative" patent flour I thousand dollars. The present capi- and he has already sent out several carloads -
with of of made by the Gambrill manufacturing i tal stock of the new company is fifty-four of oranges, being the first to
capable men plenty knowledge '
that county. -Call on them. company, of Baltimore from this wheat I' thousand dollars, of which the Ashley ship a car of fruit, this season, to Chicago.The .
stands at the head of the list of choice Phosphate Company has contributed I facilities for fast shipments, no trans-
CROWN CHEMICAL COMPANY, flour's in this country. In Florida it is I twenty-five thousand dollars and Capt.C. ferring, and general reliability of the

whose address is No. 1018 Arch street, extensively used and is conceeded to be the C. Pinckney, Jr., fifteen thousand lines should count largely in influencing
Philadelphia, are reliable and square and most uniform flour ever sold in this State. I dollars. The net available assets of the shipments. Mr. Whitehead believes in

their offers made elsewherejmerit all at- The fact is, it is an unsurpassed family company amount to one hundred and the future of Florida, and will, as of old,

tention. flour, and such light, white, sweet breadas I twenty-six thousand six hundred and make strong efforts to retain and increase

SAM'L. II. RUMPH, it makes We never let any other eighty-one dollars and fifty-two cents and traffic relations with our shippers. Suc-

Ga. brand go into our house-and we advise its liabilities, including its capital stock, cess to the associated lines.
of Marshallville\
a nursery- the readers of the DISPATCH to stop buy- of one hundred and six thousand, .
man, advertises trees, etc, and our readersin fifteen dollars and thirty-six cents. The
flour. The is
ing poor Patapsco always tirade Jer.eys.I .
need of stock cannot do'bettei than
good and it don't cost fancy prices either. name of the Charleston Phosphate Company
patronize him. He is one of the most abolished. The Pho.- have several first-class Grade Jersey
'Ask your grocer for it and insist on his will be Ashley :
successful nurserymen of Georgia. getting it for you. Mr. J. H. Burst, phate Company was given ten thousand Milch. Cows for sale.

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURING COMPANY, State Agent, whose advertisement appears dollars by the new concern for the use of I 13. W. PARTRIDGE,

of Marion, Ohio, make a special: offer elsewhere, can furnish them. its name and brands. The new com- Monticello, Fla.



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the 15th of next month Messrs. Farmers --- ----- ---- ---

Richards & Co. will issue I J'!ants.

Directory of the city, and afterwards it I have on hand a limited quantity of : Plant none but the Nunan Strawberry. Bargains in Real Estato.

will be issued regularly once a year. The Florida grown KAFFIR COHN SEED. I b,0001)lants for 10. [ .

firm is composed of John R. Richards, grown by myself this season. :For pricesor I 10,000 plants f for $15. !

manager and compiler of the Florida .information address For sale by BEN PAKTKIDGE I

State Gazette, and a gentleman of experience JOHN A. GERMOND, j Monticello, Fla. I

honesty and probity. The other Keuka, Fla. Ii II i

member'of the firm is Mr. A. T. Benson, -.- For Sale. i I Hernando County Lands. '

formerly of the United States Central For Sale Cheap. I
Publishing Company, of Cincinnati, O. A Western cow warranted to give four I

Mr.Benson to this State in a week Stump Pullers. gallons of milk with a young calf. She j
2 Sets Well-Boring Tools. is now dry and supposed to be with calf. I will sell for one-fourth cash a beautiful
and will then assist
two personally tract of
or I highly acies sloping pine land near
Mr. Richards in his great work. 1 Wind Mill. She is nine years old and has .been in Oriole, In Hernando County, for $lUm'. No
for 1 Platform Scale. Florida four years. waste on'he tract. No more beautiful location -
The work preparing a Directory I
1 40-St. Gas Machine.J. Address "T of lor a "JI ii>uiilcent Winter Home and
this city is not all that the firm under- Orang- Grove.
CRAWSHAW, JK., Jacksonville, Fla. I
also Ga-
take. They are getting up a .
zeteer and Business Directory Orange Lawtey, Fla. + .4 I Adjoining the town site of 0110 Ie and about
.-. I tw hundred yards from the railroad and
county, that will embrace a complete Rocky Branch Nursery, Monticello, Fla. II postoffice, I offer 10 acres of land, all h'gh and

.city directory of Orlando, Sanford, Eus- Wanted Parties intending to purchase LeConte dry, lor tfliM suitable for laying out In
tis Winter Park Kissimmee Long- Copies of the DI:5PATClI-issues: of October I town lots.
Pear trees will do well to place orders i:
wood, Apopka, etc. The entire work 11th and 18th. Address with before the '
me season to plant opens. For sale or relit in Oriole-.a two-story, four-
will be both reliable and valuable, and 'HAS. W. DACOSTA, I have a choice stock of one, two and room, painted house, next to the chief store

is engaging a great deal of personal at- 4ti. Publisher. three-year-old trees, and will not be un- i and school posioffice,church., built this year. Oriole has,postoftice.
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tention well canvassiu Messrs.
as as dersold. Correspondence with nurserymen j railroad accommodations, two: stores, saw-
Richards & Co. have met with great en- eli solicited. mill, and other attractive features for a per-

couragement from our business men, With Upland Cotton Seed, at $12 per ton. B. W. PARTRIDGE, manent h me. About twenty five lOuses
and deservedly so, as they are of the For prices on car-load lots address Proprietor. built !therein past two years. Will sell for
S1UO, or rent for$75 per annum.
well-known "ability firms." 4 MAYS & PARTRIDGE, .

-.- Monticello, Fla.
The O'iole Floi Ida
The Arcadia Nursery. Monticello, Flor- Improvement Company
How to Reach Florda. Ida. have just built. for sale or rent, a two-story
house in the town of Oriole
Florida Orange Grove for Sale. live rooms
This is the title of a neat pamphlet issued For two or LeConte double piazza front single piazza rear, hall
by the Mallory Line of Steamships. Twenty acres good land ; 1200 trees, one, three-year-old above and below. Will sell for $ OO. or rent
200 bearing, 3000 trees in nursery, unhurt pear trees. Also a full list of other pears I for$120 per annum. Splendid! location.
It is fully illustrated and gotten out in
and apples grafted on LeConte'roots..
the highest style of the printers' art. No I by freeze, buildings, etc. ; health': Address Arcadia Nursery II. ,I
and water good. Price low-terms easy.
tourist Floridawards shouldbe Gil'ar-I
or inquirer deau proprietor Monticello Fla. 1
Drawer M, Jacksonville, Fla. 8ti .
without it. It will be sent free on ap-- .
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plication to J. M. Cutler, Agent, Jack-
sonville, Fla. For Cash, in Thirty Days. Wanted. Sumter County Lands.
At one-half I will deliver Man and wife ; man to take charge of
---- --*a ---- price paid now,
farm, fruit trees and dairy. Wife to do ,
from nursery of 40,000 trees 500 to
Mallory Line to Florida.
1,000 orange trees, budded from "Mad- light housework for small family. A Eighty acres of high and dry pine land,

Commencing Tuesday, October 26th, ame's Vinous" (the 1 finest orange in the good place for right parties. Address within4 mile.of Hushnell and J3t. Cat.bellnetations
{ on F. It.& :N. 'o's line and same distance
II. L. REEU.'Va.'r08S. -
1886, the semi-weekly service of this line State), at railway dock Titusville, Indian from Dragem and Pemberton Junc-

to and from Florida will be resumed.On River, in lots of 300 to 500, as per order of Ga.Consumption I tions on F. S. R. H.. Good orange and farm-
and after that date steamers will purchaser this season.C. ---- -- .- rf"l.- Ing land. Price 31'' per acre.

leave New York every Tuesday and B. MAGRUDEH, Cl In the town of Webster, on F. S. R. R.. I
Friday at 3 p. m" for ernandina, and 1m Rock Ledge Home. An old physician, retired from practice -I offer for sale 2 acres close by station; 17-i or-

leave Fernandina every Wednesday and _-w--- having had placed in his hands by I ange tr es just coming into bearing; house
for New York.Meteoroioc&1. 21x23 feet, one and a halt storks high; beau
Saturday p. m., Malnria. an East India missionary the formula ofa I tiful place. Price$1,500.

Twenty-five; hundred dozen bottles of simple vegetable remedy for the speedy I

Ague Conqueror ordered in one month.It and permanent cure of Consumption I Lot of one acre in W b8rer.lUtJ yards from
i eradicates all Malaria Fever Bronchitis, Catarrh Asthma and all I station; house, 15x:!1 feet i. two stories; a bargain -
] positively ,
} $J3<). Fronts the station.
Throat and Atlections also
and A9u'e, Billious and Intermittent Lung a positive I
H Fevers climate. Read our book and radical cure for Nervous '
-- in any Debil-I' Small store house! Webster Jiving rooms
<- J : ..: i'. .-.... of one thousand testimonials. ity and all Nervous Complaints, above; corner lots; rsghl I at>,tation. Will sell
.J9q"U.Us OB *+ w" ing tested its wonderful curative powers or rent.
; ; j DUE WEST,S. C., March 12, 1883.
ca a.. 9"VII8 e..Ou.'AV. I I.UCU a>= \11---:-.d..';>t\'I;'' .-I Qj *. G. G. GREEN, DearSir :=We will soon in thousands of cases, has felt it his dutyto I ..

co Jill N0Wo need more Ague Conqueror. It is taking make it known to suffering fellows. I
i a --- ; like "hot cakes" and giving satisfaction. Actuated by this motive, and a desire to I

'" g:: (lIPIWnU{ :>oo,,_x..... 'cc.1 .fa :- Yours, ELLIS BROS. relieve human suffering, I will send, free Marion County Lands.Fine .
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; z nup UU37 of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe
a o 5 ::: FAIHFIELD, Mo., Aug. 29, 1886. in German, French or English with full ; Farm and Orange Gro'l"'c.

Cj 114 -Sliaol9A' I mmn:HQtO'O ceM G. G. GREEN, Dear Sir-Your: Ague directions for preparing and using. Sent ;

o I..... '0 _- ---.----. ,'- Conqueror knocks the Chills and Dumb by mail by addressing,with stamp, naming i The best farm for the money in Marlon

mO.- 5a Ague every time. I warrant every bottle this paper, W. A. NOYES: 149 l'ow-i v county; 7 miles from ucala, ttae county seat;
c pC :3 .uonaa.I10 J \W:; W r and it fails. I have cured cases er's Block, Rochester, N. Y. I 4 miles from Bellevlew and 154 miles jrom
z xzzW z ., to_ Sant"s, Railroad .stations on tne F. R. & N.
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v I rta. where quinine had'no effect whatever. I Can( now be had tu least $.i(UO> under its value.

.......l .a..X. Yours, truly, W. H. SHAW & CO. For Sale Cheap. I It Is high rich hammock ; 45 acres in culliv -
lion 35 in timber. Two houses, Urge
thousand sweet acres a :
sqipajpunq} Thirty
x!:: t. t 8"c o -.- young orange and small one. Near a spjing{ of pu-e! water.
t} ;
puts saqouj.uiItttJUJtU
0 and lemon seedlings. .
tBa{ For Sale. I' Over trees, 10 bearing. The aged
3 51 :Mobile or Improved Nunan Strawberry DEPOIXCEY owner, unable to occupy It, is selling it and
i5t 20 bushels of corn acre, unfertilized
h Box 18, :Manatee Fla. guaranteeing per
Jill Plants for sale. Price 3.00 i
''x per ; also the successful growing of
CtJ ] -nua, I oo'.. ::rz 1,000. Larger quantities on application. I every kind vegetable and iruit to be raisedIn
.E U'8al\1 '-"" ? .: ;: Delivered at the wharf or railroad sta A good memory should always: cultivated -| the o ange belt,and a ri'e, if well farmed,
.... @ --- ----i tio 01'ojII} per annum on its pr ce during term ofpurcha.
tion. I have raised strawberries for the when ordering stationery to remember .
E Q) wnWIUU\1{ 1.7 ust" < S f..i.: '. '-1 j ears' lime. Price $i,6lion four
:lj.Q I ,) past six years, and tried more than twenty to include some of Esterbrook'sSteel pay intnIs, or$V- ,a11) cash.
C. H Bgfx fWWI8I1 varieties, and find this the best.D. Pens. ....
I hf- ,..&! -t; oS B. MILLS, -----.-----
.... Free Trade.
_00':'1- Welaka Fla.
1'- The reduction of internal revenue and
. v I ;: :; doS
-Ja'19Wo.I'8H . 9ura1C ) the taking off of revenue stamps from HOMES IN FLORIDAOriole
oa lll'80; ig ?i w 0) The great success of many agents em- :Medicines: no doubt has !
Proprietary ,
o 1 2E a B. F. Johnson & Co. of Rich- -
ployed by ,
benefitted well i
.-. .--.--.- largely consumers as as
o .. .. .. .. boa mond, is a pretty good evidence of the excellence relieving the burden of home manufac '
u : : : : .': oweII1. and of the books they
o \ t. popularity ;
i. ; :. N f '" Qj turers. Especially is this the case with
.._.. : :. ..... .c a: offer to sell through their agents. This is
: ...: "C't 10 .Q c:: Green's August Flower and Jiosc/iee German i IIornan County.
CS) I .10'1. reliable house and contract made
.: .. a
gJ I i
E !;.'of "-,"- -s.:: Syrup, as the reduction of thirty-six
t" a: (O. with them depend will be faith-
; ''0 2 Q't. you dozen has been added increase ,
j aS b'o Qt Aaoe'oet fully carried out. per Send st+mp for colored Map of Oriole and
"tS: = Qd :: 5-=S the size of the bottles containingthese I information how to get a home in Florida,
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!ri.rmx3FINDUCEMENTS i :: remedies, thereby giving one-fifth I close by Railroad in active operation. Splendid -
More Money for Your Work orange lanus. Large number of new
I more medicine in the 75 cent size. The
groves already begun. Purchasers rapidly
TO NEW SUUSCKIIIKIIS. if you improve good opportunities.! Hal- Auyust Flower for Dyspepsia and Liver coming In from all over the Union. Attractive -

lett & Co., Portland, Maine; will mail Complaint, and the German' Syrup for i plan purchase; but little cash required. .

Liberal Clubbing Offer. free, full information showing how you Cough and Lung troubles, have perhaps I Bargains offered. .

The Weekly New York World, the Florida can make $5 to $25 and upwards a day I the largest sales of any medicines in the

Dispatch, and au elegant copy of the and live at home wherever you are lo world. The advantage of increased size W. B. CLA HKSON,

for World'S .5O History This of cap the any United offer rstates-nll made by I cated. Better write; some have made of the bottles will be greatly appreciated ..

any newspaper In the country. over $50 a day; all new. No capital required by the sick and a licted, in every town (!dice 724} W. St. stairs Y
Address C. W. DACO.sTA, ; started free. Both sexes i; all ages. and village in civilized countries. Sam- : Bay up *..

TilE WOULD Jacksonville, Ha, Success for every worker. Send address ple bottles for 10 cents remain the same fl;

Park flow, New York City. and see for yourself. size. Jacksonville, Fla. i r

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13,000 .A.CJFl.ES The Best Poultry Paper in the World. I HARRIED! LADIES ABLE Can obtain Information VAJ.U-

i iI" and samples securely' sealed, by return malt
Of the best quality heavy oak, hickory and cabbage hammock having miles of river and THE 1J. 1 \ enclose sell addressed !stamped envelope and

bay fronts! and best water protection in Florida. Especially I this I'rown Chemical
r Company
name pap.
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Adapted 11 Florida fruits and vegetables. \ ;"; tIlifl- ifj : : mM! lOIS Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.

w .. Ctt ::. Jr ....,..,. .-----r, >--...." Reliable Lady Agents Wanted.
G) 1-- 'cr:; I I II
$I. s. G): "' a I _:;:. ::: I WEEKLY MONTHLY
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Q Q Q) CI.I ; ANTHONY, & YOUNG : .c : x 16 ages, fre-h, original month,31) f bI) S
2"3 : ana at I .
spicy only at
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-g ,:. a' c -.. ,Real Estate & Insur. Agents,I La 2 ; I copies cts. Sample copies, 6 ct. J JI : Complexion Powder
I "- c Address for either, WEEKLY or MONTHLY: ,
I W- 'I'n. w ** <
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) = s.c. Ok"'It-: s' 0... ? *:: -< I C. J. WAKD. 113: Adams Street, Chicago,111.FORTYFOURTH Highly indorsed by the theatrical profession
i b >:::I y Paltnelto Munalee C()., FILL. ? is 7 |i: : Coi>tainsv/ luiblemf"ilcinal properlle-which
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m ..e .. :5:: c -:5as :: ; effect a complPteTranbtorn>ationand causes

to 1 the mo-ltirdinary i t>r.Hto: become SMfeinglv -

Town proi erty Improved and unimproved R !f f "Ceauti'ul.' It is put up in Pe-rl and Flesh
in all the t>.wns on :he Manatee River. beautiful ilverand b', lint iu large toilet b.>xes and is for sale by
bay fronts. Pu'e salt water. Oysters\ fii h and c'arns. Love y' building !sitos; .IL ( all Druggists, or sent ,se, urely sealed to any
on mainland and I-lands. Yachting unsurpassed. 'orrespondenca solicited. !l address uceiprof. HKICE FIFTY CENTS in
-- 1: Ladies obtain ele-
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.l 1 8g[ ;A1 l ;1. ga'lt samples.. FKKK, by: enclosing plats in

W. H. PILLOW stamps to p 'y 1'r }po-t ige and packing, address -

YEAR. i naming: ihi paper, CROWN CHEMICAL
COMPANY, lull AI ch St., Philadelphia

!j One of the best! Farm, Industrial and Stock I --- -- ------ --
I Periodicals In the South. I
FRUIT VEGETABLE PACKING New Book of Fancy Works with
FREE IOu Illustrations, Lau New Stitches
AND: 10 Special Oilers. iUO! Picture Bulletin -

,- THE FLORIDA DISPATCH I s !>H cnl story paper, all 4c.NATIONAL .

Forwarding & Oommission House. will be sent one year sent for free.S2.:>0./ Sample copies :! postage. -- -7--" Broadway, N. Y.

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Oranges Direct from the Groves for Sale by Single THE GARDENERS' MONTHLY CURED :!

.; A\! 0 HOUTIUlT.'r(7n;IS.... ASTHMA: A SINGLE TBIJl ton-
Box or Oar-Load. Ttnres the most sktptlcalGERf11A" !

}For the Flower arden Greenhouse, Fruit ASTHmA CUREXv sflt
and Vegetable (tardeu, >ew and Kara Plant e
an-l (. lowers, Fore try, Botany, !hints for most violent attack insures other comfortable remedies eleeuI:
effects cures where nIl falij
ether : .A.1sc. mon!11 and season, for amateurs, florists, trust j\o wnltiiiK tar result! Its nctio i is!!!
groweis, etc. ; est writers, experienced editor immediate, direct mid certainand al
ot :27 year Send tor a sample' witH is cure i"l effected all CURABLE!'ESlIt
All necessary facilities for handling Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops.Packages cents in !stamps' Scud f' r book list circular, "' permanently cured me. Refer to me at any time."
free. Sub.-criptlon S2.'K' ) Try It fora nan B. Lott yi. Paul Hinn.l
per year. I "1 am restored to health by German Asthma]
suitable for nhlpp ng the above products both made up and in the flat always on year. Your Postmaster or Subscription : Cure.entirely" That. fitton. Hamilton. Olaio.I '

hand and for sale; also,; other Growers' supplies, such as Hoops, Wrapping Paper, etc. agent will !supply it;: or CHAS.address H.the MAUOT publisher., I "German fails, Asthma. PoE.Cure. Yon I Is all tingerliH you Maim, Greenville for it. It,never S. C.I!

Location the beat, viz: SU Chestnut t., Phila. I "}II physician recommended German Asthma Cure Ill
"\1 C -e S., F. &. W. RAILROAD WHARF, -- ---- -- ----- -- -- --- I Tho ds of similar Lttlm on file. Ask any ttrnni'
A YI<;Alt,. clear or about It.
$700 $2500
.\CK.KONVII.LE, FLA. all expense,canbemade i Ger. n Asthma, ('urc Is Fold ny all drut
Circulars and Stencils on application.PHERIDAN'S worKing tor n... Agents preferred wno ifists a, 50o.and :S1* or Kent by mail on recei i
can turn ish their own horses and give'their 'I of price. CIIIFFMA fret to any address for!
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whole lime 10 the business :spare moments I
tray i he profiinbly .mployd also. A Jew va- i
cauie. in towns and cities. B. F. JOHNSON; : I

CONDITION ?' A t 'O., iii i :! Main: St., Kichmond Va.
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G f;.,. 1 D. 7ailt r"111- 'ill jilt *-Igt': i !Silk:: i
teabaolutelypureand-concentrated. ; y tt iIP.Gj .-! Hidden Imec.., I i\ CZ:
1 ounce is worth a J-. d S"nv>ter.1*:.Prize Puzzle,and bt
01 any other kind. It iaBtrictlyaroediclnc'ofceptfpn w<*'tx)@ Nothln:on earth will make hens lay li: 8 parlor gannall; for pets. fanwor1lhorq.: lOcts uU.
it. It cures chicken! ca: 'tf!"-i-aands' < .t x.. j/vv ... orta us weight in gold. Illustrated book tin > IVORY CO., CHntonvllle, Conn.
mail free. Sold every.vUcro. or b I a for :..5 'ots 2 1-4 lb. air-tight tin cans, $1 - -- -- -
ay mail $J.20. Six cans by otnre'i fnr- <=' :)0 DH. & CO Boston Mass. FLOltlDA NURSERY
The Best in America
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.t.SED GW I C K..1. TRIAL.11 \\ e wakepOv'ialtip.sot I.eCunteand t Ke.lJt-l'

I f 1 ear Tre'a., i ep"-T, Fool Honey PtoH h 1'n-t'a I Agents wanted everywhere to earn
and Japin: pt-i.-iminons!; AIaJ: n'li'r
STEEL WIRE FENCEI i lEUSTlQ TRUSS I iiMvernuHk, inrl-uiinji" Apji.fs: and Pearson money in distributing the Sun's Pre
Jla.4 i iii different from ail! ,
i I I.eConte outs" at bottom price for the I
other, i.s (Min*!JaPf'. with Self I miums.
coming sfason. Write lor new catalogue,
Ball >nternllapt:1itSl'lt
adjusting :
I SENSIBLE to all positions! of till I just i issued, to I n. .: 'e't,1: A: <..... The most and advantageous
TRUSS body while the ball in tbccup ProprjC'tor- Nu 'or\ M ntice lo, Fla. III interesting -
e back lllf (Intestines I,
-- offers made News-
ever by
just as a person
.I.It does With the finger. With light pressure the hernia I LOf\C! LOA Sc I
is held securely *iy and night/ and a radical! cure I %To ttand as Ion. as interest I' k-pt up.; i paper. .
crtain. It is easy,durable anti Sent byntail.CirMars : -
KGGLESTOS ; co., Chicago: W. 4 Pt'I'Monnllle'urlty only IntereaU I No Subscriber
'! free. : TRESS Send$cents fctr particular, : Loan: forms. ignored or neglected.
.'!to. Name this pap-r. T. S. Gardner, !
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Manager, Palace Building Cincinnati O Something

,\r\ ED tor I> Scott's ---- -- ---
jq4- Agents r. i Boautiful and Substantial Premiums in
I beautiful live; trie (Lora! ?( ",
the. best general purpose wire fence In use. It : Urlhh..Iit, IScll* etc Sample free. Ko I 10 c r;. INVESTMENT. Standard Gold and otherWatchesValuable

UL \ .;yang: not-work without barbs. Don't risk, quick sales. Territory jiiven, ,satisfaction i Books the Beat Family Machine
lujurv stock. It will turn doss, pigs, sheep and guaranteed. Address The 'Mass. Real Estate Go. Sewing
poultry, as well ns horses and cattle. The best lilt. SCOTT, KromUva '. \. V. I I known to the trade, and an unequaled Hat
fence for Farms, Jardens, Stock Ranges and Rall- I
roa,K Very neat pretty styles for Lawns, Parks, ----- I Has earned lojr, per|> cent net upon its cap talIlne"CII : of objects of real utility and instruction.
&')':U1 JOts t.uJ Ceraeterlti Covered with rust- (to the me-pnl; time and im\v awns -
[ai,,.lr paint or made of galvanized wire, as pre- about ha.fn' liIlio' (//l l.: r> wo hot Hisi-rl.its ;I
icJ.. It will :Idstr Ur -tlme. It Is bettor than I have In hand a 1 l.u'ge amount oi Florida II business! teal c-Hiatr. !It !i.> un ler the manage- Rates by Mail Postpaid:
ie surds or barbed wire In every respect. The lands f'aleln Volull1tire"lfd emit of siich men :Io!! lji-u'. <;t\'. Ame, May DAILY, per Year (without Sunday) $6 00
for -
!! (pd i I'oik
of and : i
id wick (JatPM made wrougbt-l pipe
i5 or Green, ot' .'- all River. Send tooftices of l"o.fot .
st.el: wire,defy all competition In lightness, neat and in a number aunties around Tallalisis :1 .tll5' to jiv.. LEONAUII, Auent 210: i DAILY, per Month (withoutSunday) 50
n!'ss.strength nn-l durability. We make the he!"t, sept Some at very low prices Those tlesirlrg pi'OSpt ( ', SUNDAY Year 100
\\"a"bin U'ii -tifot, lu 'lon, a>.s. per
thvH|)-aslestworklnijalil-troziuatoniatic: mv assistance" in 8 11 ins lands will I lease address _
--- h -- --- -- -- ---- FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
i nejf-opei.! gate and the neatest cheap me at l'.P4!)' Peachtree Si., Atlanta, (Ja I 7 00

::*.un fctocrs tVuceu, Cutiintr now: rnndc Filer':.\and The Post best Angers Wire No commission charged if a sale i is not COL. ALEX. DALLAS, WEEKLY, per Year 100 I

F;,. iric-3r.iu i particulars ask Hardware Dealers made. I). N. MAKTJX. I Address, THE SUN, New Tork City.i .
-.. ..d.'a.'i'J.mentioning paper, (I'.S. A. Ketitctl.i )

)!- ;:\jtti"K; LUOo.; Riuhmond, End. ___ ___hi I San Aiiloiiio, HrriiaiKlo (''o.. Fla. i i 1
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GRIND I Hone, :cal, i Notary Public and Conveyaucer. '
AI Grahnm Flour & t'rtn. it the i i lYlason&HaffilinORGANS I I Lands solicited for alt. Prompt attention to i

,- t )11 i l"IILlVib.n'8\ C all]) co respon'ence. Siiid st.anp for Circular WATER.G
.1. and Land I List I -(
('('nl. nicro nisdfPonltry. ; _ ___ __ __. __ __ __ ... "," ... ::r
keeping Also POWKlt .JHI.L.S! lUlU -CD
: : PIANOS I 0 o O"
,.\if 'I Flag) .JILL..Circnlarsandte;ti'\:'aids : TI-IE I.IVER. n
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sr 'ton 3Pl..i ati rn. kt'11.!'ON: J I.EtU? L4 toJ. Ha. Highest Honors I Nru. 1:1.,d.r of i i ___ : ,___ I Ii f 4 TIlE I IDNI '''R. .4 _III :__!? ,
--- ac all Great :Gre y'' c% a S--i:i fij;:. Don -- --- -- I THE STOMACH.:: :n: ,0' :}= CD
World's Exhl- = <.t require one i THE UOWE-US. ; 3

$100 A WEEK. b eijfhteenyearsOne 111 ion. for. = rreclfa.b 'I much 1 u .i r tuningas t eras ; t1 .i ; ; ; ; -- A POSITIVE CURE FOR ;-;

desiring pleasant. profItable hundred Pianos on the } '
Ladles 0" gentlemen pre"ailinI i l i Fancy Poultry.w. :oJ -:! :I ;; =r
employment write at once. We waul! Styles $22. to g 3 :;:: 11I "'"
fqoo For Cash, w res t-pm' II!
00 &.
you to handles an article of domes icusro _" tUMI I tasy: Payments system. Remarkable I '" 351 HEADACHE eR.p'ro:
toe" at ,.I IIitt.. for
online nils iiself -ery one I Rented.Catalogues i w. Fivniticn
STAI'l.I: AS Fl.OUir. SPPFllkehnt'akes./ I free. purity of tone ,
Profits :300 per cent. Famille wishing 10 and durability.ORGAliDPIAIOCO. I! "uci'es..or tl' Albert Fries DOSE :-One to two teaspoonfuls. ?-"'". :0.:
practice ceoiioni)- should for their own Genuine CKAB ORCHABP SALTS in seal8.4; 3
benefit write for particulars. Used everyday : I K, et s Ji> vartie! till I nrbr d Fowls e l packages! at JO( and I.... No genIr. sr;.?\'\It

the year round In every ho sehold. ; i nlhell: ttfl:4ll. near Moncrl f Spr T: uine Salts sold in bulk. 3 .:.oJ.n. "
Price within reach of all. Circulars free. I I-:!2-, for i tl tti'hiug, J2 per doz*n. Crab Orchard Water Co.. Proprs. W
Tremont St.Boston. 46 E.14th SI (Union Sq.), S. N. TONES: Manager Louisville Ky.
Agents receive suul,'le Free Address I ". n. Hoy -jxi I Jacksonville, ,i
Uoiucfctic :u 111'1:' Co.. JTlnrioii Ohio. i N. Y. 149 Wabash Ave., Chicago. I iMention Dispatch. I i'



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Hardware, Stoves and Tin-ware, Or CHILLS and FEVER .

Sash Doors) and Blinds Paints ,
Pine Streets
Cor. and
Bay .
Oils and Varnishes, Pumps,
of this celebrated medicine
Lead( and Iron Pipes) Su- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. justly claims proprietor for it a superiority over all rem.

gar Mills, Leather :and edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE
Rubber Belt and of Ague and Fe veror Chills and verwheth-

:Mill Suppliesof I er of short or long standing. He refers to the
i entire Western and Southern country to bear
description. I him testimony to the truth of the assertion
i that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if
I the directions are strictly followedand carried

A "NEW DEAL" : out. In a great many cases a single dose has
I : been sufficient for a cure,and whole families
BY I have been cured by a single bottle,with a perfect -
I restoration of the general health. It is,
Deere & however,prudent,and in every case more cer
Company I tain to cure,if its use is continued in smaller
i doses for a week or two after the disease has
MOLINE, ILLINOIS. : ; been checkedmore especially in difficult and
fto ... I 'long-standing cases. Usually this medicine
Two Horses can do the work of Three. S 1 = s r i will not require any aid to keep the bowels in
I good order. Should the patient,however,re-
quire a ca thartic medicine,after taken
three or four doses of the Tonic,a singe dose

I 1 will be sufficient. Use no other.

2 inches Turoed 6aetolLn with law.. ofred power for 16.inches I II I; SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,


r The Popular Remedies of the D":;.
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I 8001 RNDI} "---I Miss S. P. FLEMING, A. B., a graduate of
C jr l fl.RnI Cornell University, having had many years'
experience in some ot the best! ,.school in the
greatest plow improvement of the time, iL t States of New York and Ohio assisted by an
ti f dl i I able corps (.'f teachr*, otters to the public superior -
advantages) for tnorouvrh duration
Hoarding) Department in charge <>l an ccotnpli.shcd -
lady. Kor further particulars inquire -
WALKING PLOWS, I ) of I'rinclral at!if 0) Fast Monroe Street.

SINGLE AND DOUBLE FURROW. --- ---- .... -- FOK I ,\J.L. 83O( n week
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THE"NEW DEAL" lighter in draft and more n hIe outfit and particularsfree.
easily handled than a hand plow, and cuts a -.- --.:-- : P. VICKKKY, Augusta, Maine.
furrow. =-= -
more uniform --=-- ---: -
THE "NEW DEAL" i 18 lighter in draft, lighter in
weight,'and lighter in price than s a sulky plow, ALBERT FRIES,
and will do all its work.
The Largest and Most Complete Print- ST. NICHOLAS, [FLA.,
THE. NEW DEAL" Gang cuts 24 inches with the
draft of a 16 inch hand plow-a saving of 50 per AGENT FOR
cent in labor. Does all the work of a four- : (H O. \\ RAKEII'SROTTED
with lees horse and little
horse riding gang one
more than half the cost. ing House in the State.New ,I BONE MANURE
THE "NEW DEAL" Plows are ALL STEEL, I Decomposed with Potash.
insuring greatest strength with lightest weight, I I'rice,2i' perton,free on board In Jacksonville
This is no untried and rickety experiment and Samples' different grades of Fertllzer,
Mr. Baker, can be!seen" at the German -
these claims are not made recklessly to attract at- put up by
tention. This system is the outgrowth of careful Drug Store, 19 E. Bay St. Jacksouvllle.
observation and experiment reaching over a periodof Type and Improved Machinery. Send 2-cent stamp for ca'alogue. .
years, with a rational view. of the requirements _.-- --- -
of the times. I

They are superior to any plows ever offered,
and the most economical plows ever placed in the :
market. Send for circular. EVERY KIND( OK *

State Agent for the above 1'loiv.

Deere & ,Co's Steel Pony 1, 2 and I,
3-Horse Steel Plows, Riding, AND

Walking and Plain Culti- i INFALLIBLE LINIMENT.

vators. 1 Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
i Sweet, of Connecticut, the natural Bone HeL-
Also AGENTS FOR ;; ter. Has been used for more than ftO 3 ears,
I i und is the best known remedy for Itheti a-
Planet Jr. Cultivators and Garden Tools, tisrn,Neuralgia sprains, Cuts,Bu 11?,
In office SIILLEDVORKlEN Wounds and all external injuries.
my only are employed guaranteeing
Washburn & Moens SOLD HY ALL ItUGGISiS-TKY. IT.
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1i i Temperance Among the Children.
First-class AVork to Patrons.
We keep the largest stock ofAGltlCUIrUllAL my
I Juvenile Temperance Manual. SO 25
IMPLEMENTS Juvenile Temperance Reciter, No. 2 lU
The House that Hum Built . IQ
in the State.! Catechism Alcohol. -. t'o
Blackboard Temperance Le sons No.2. 10
Catalogues and Prices sent free. Correspondence Primary Temperance Catechism. .. "I'o
A full descriptive catalogue temper-
AddressS. !R ance publications sent free upon application.

I J. N. STEARNS, Publishing Agent,
Jacksonville, FhI. !. -. Orders lor Engraving- Promptly; Exec ted. 58 Reade Street, New York.

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JACKSONVILI.E-TO NEW YORK: d ,' ._ Lowest Rates of Freight Always Given.

Cahln............................ ... ...'.... ............ .. $21 _
Steerage... .........,.......... ................. ....:. .. J2 1t:
Excursion Tickets .....-... ......... .... ... ...,. ... . 4\\ ; This Line offers to the Traveling Public and Shippers of Veg 3
The magnificent Iron alea- Ahlrs of t IK I.ln will sail from ; tables and Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to Net
FJ<:RNAN f)1-l A 'YL \., for NEW YOltlt, Hirer arrival of-tralns u York.
from JAckflonvlhe, Cellar Kev, orlando. and other points in -. -Through Tickets and State-rooms secured In advances
South Florida. ; __ all points in Florida.
"mot JCv Train leave F. R. & N.Co's Main Depot, foot of Hoga
CARONDELET ................ ... .. ... ....Thursday,Oct.21 street, .:. a m and 5 p m,on sailing days, connecting wit i
STATE OK TEXAS ..,................. ...; ...:'I'hnrto da: )'.U<,t.2< Steamships at Fernaudina. *
CITY F H\N'ANTONIO..... ..... ...... ..ittrday(1ct. U *5-For Tickets aad State-rooms and further information
CARO DELh.'T ............ .. ...... .. .. .. .Wednes ,.Nov. 3 apply to
I R. W. SOUTHWICFC, Agent, Fernandina, Fla. A. H. CR!PPEN, Gen'l Traveling Agent. .1. M. CUTLER, Pass. Agent,88 Nest Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.

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E. M. L E'G 1411'. W. A. DELL. .


Safe Deposit Safe.

Open Dally (Sundays and Lena I Holiday excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Safe Pepos't hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Great Reduction in PricesUNTIL

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

. W. N. BAKER, Cashier HENRY A. DENGUE, Manager.
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.. ORANGE BOX SUPPLIES, ETC. \ we will remove to No.41 to 46 West Bay street. Call at once and'obtain our reduced'
prices before reliving.


No.28K and 28 Ocean street,City.
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Orange Hoops or Wraps MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. .
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.. 12 West Ray Street_. Jacksonville, Fla. 'DIG I3 Ai GAINS.I .
have pu-chased at a rare bargain the entire stock of Pianos and Organs of A. Peterson.
OEO. R. FOSTER. JAS. A. MARVIN,. LAWKENCE: HAYNES. of Gainesville and Palatka,and tor next thirty days will make a grand clearing sale otthe.e
instruments and my present stock of Pianos and Organs. Rare bargains can be had as I fto
GEO. R. FOSTER & 00. North ut an earl date to m ike arrangements for au entirely new stock of Pianos aad Or-
gans. As I am not in the habit of aJvertrsin.; lu the usual stereotyped "thirty day bar-
M gain"style, parties wlll understand that I mean business and will offer genuine largalns
STATE AGENTS FOR THEVIRGINIA while the sale l lasts. __ A. II. C A:'tll.nE!*IAS_ MUSIC_ HOUSE, Jacksonville.
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Cotton Feed Meal and Canada Unleached Ashes at bot om prices. English, Parisian and New York Styles.
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No.30 West Bay Street,_______'_____________ ___ JACKSONVILLE_ FLA.:_
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-- -- Pants from $6 to $15 Suits from I
PRODUCE DEALERS. ; $25 to $65. :

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERSIN Workmanship,Cut and Finish Unsurpassed. j I i ;r

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If you want Complete Satisfaction and Guaranteed,call on me at I
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Foreign and Domestic Fruit and Vegetables.Consignments I No.72%W.Bay St., Jacksonville,Fla.
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No. 170 Bay St., Savannah, Ga.

:-X.-RA.1ML: : = :E3FL: = YOI: =I. !3

Indian River Orange Depot, ,
Postofflce Box 173.

Consignments of Oranges, Poultry and Eggs solicited. Orange Wraps,orders filled. 10x10llxil
8 Ci 10> c,12x121 %c. Guaranteed full count and uniform quality. f I

Re'ew by permission to National Bank of the State, Bank of Jacksonville. ,and Tysen,
Smith&Co. .-
Parker Bros., MakersNew

.A.NDE: =l.E-VV H..A.r-wL..E-Y-: ,
York Salesroom, 97 Chambers St.
The l'.AUKEltieads them all in hard hitting qualities. At the Second Annual Toumu
\} DEALER went or the Chamberlain Cartridge Company held at Cleveland,Ohio,Sept. 14. lfW6 out of
Eighty-seven entrees from representative shots representing Fourteen:states:: the PARKKJt:
Railroad Steamboat and Mill Supplies, Pure White Lead, Zinc and Colors, Glass, Putty, Gun won first and third money of the tlrst class of'JO scores, winning 8900 out of the 81.2W
Varnishes Brushes, Plain ana Decorative Wall Paper, Doors,Sashes, Blinds, etc. purse offered,adding another victory to 1865' which was! the Secondinternational Clay Fig-
Mixed Paints, all Shades and Colors-write for estimate. Locks, Sash- eon Tournament for the Championship of the World, held at New Orleans, La. February
Weights Cord, Hinges, Screws,etc. Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement. 11th to NJtb. PAltKJb'll: UliOS., Makers,Meriden,Conu.
Cor. Whitaker, President and York Streets, - SAVANNAH, GA.' For reference as to merits,address the Editor of this paper. .


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A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter planting. CHOICEST VARIETIES OF

Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees of all sizes. .

Send for Catalogue. 'Budded Orange and Lemon Trees,

San Mateo Fla.
Tropical. and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees Vines and Plants.
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I L .... Yalrico Nurseries, Trees Strong and Well Rooted and Especially Adapted to South \]
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An Inspection is invited. All inquiries by mail promptly answered.QCatalogues sent free
S' Catalogue Free. [fto on application. .
F R. D. HOYT, .
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Seffher, Hillsborough Co., Fla. ---_. _-- .

FRESH GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS. Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries,


THE LEADING SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA.Full Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants and

line of arden and Field Seeds 1880 growth. Seed Rye Oats Barley,Johnson Grass, Vines. No Loss in Transplanting. .
Alfalfa, Kentucky Blue Grass,Onion Sets. Proprietor Riverside Nurseries. Also a full line
Catalogue and Price List >ree,on application to the Manager. Address
Green House Plants always on hand. Neunan&:Wilson's Albany Strawberry plants for
sale. Catalogue sent free on application. S. L. TIBBITTS, A. E. CIIAMPLIN,
Seedsman and Florist. Oakland,Orange Co., Fla.




1,000,000 Apple, Peach Plum Pear, Quince. Fig and Mulberry Trees. Also. a large stock oi
With descriptions of Peach Seedlings,suitable for Drafting and budding stocks, Grape Vines, Raspberry, Strawberry -
Plants,etc.,for sale Willow Lake Nursery.
TROPICAL AND SEMI-TROPICAL Descriptive catalogue and price list mailed free on application.' Address

Fruit Trees, Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc,, etc. SAMUEL,Marbhallvllle ii. uuinrn,Ga.,

Together with full descriptions of all the


Price List. Send for Catalogue to
vT.vT.. :IHISTsTKIIIbTS: : 3S SON, IFrops.:: ,

stock Is selected with special reference to the wants of 'Gardeners from tho .

Best and Most Reliable Strains. '

In order to introduce our Seeds more generally to the Florida} trade,we have made.speciallow .
o prices for this season. We offer as follows. : '

ORANGE AND LEMON TREESBudded per bushel. per pound.* .'

WOOD'S EXTRA EARLY PEAS..... .....|3.00 BEETS,leading varieties .,......,.........|O.S5:
from tried and approved varieties, and on good healthy stocks. CLEVELAND'S FIRST AND BEST PEAS. .. 2.75 TOMATOES,lending varIeties. .............. 1.50
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Fruit Trees, suitable to Florida. Address, and a general line' RED VALENTINE BEANS......,........ .. 300 CUCUMBER,leading varieties ............. Co .
:MOHAWK,OR Six WEEK'S BEANS....... 3.00 SQUASH. ..... ., .... ...... .. ............60 to 90
. -A.eOvT..A.eE": Georgeto"\Vn" PIa
May 16'83 tf Other Seeds proportionately] low. Send for our Market Gardeners' price list.


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

Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans and

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc.
Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.F'r .
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. -
: ui1tlaaa: JSI-u.rseries,

F. S. CONE, Manager, AUUUdTA, GA.
CRESCENT! CITY, FLA. The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, r peel ally adapted to Florida is doubtless the
most varied In the United Htates. A special catalogue (No.4):I)is published for this branch
of our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety or fruits such as Pen-l'o,
FRUIT TREES VINES AND PLANTSADAPTED Honey and other Chinese Peaches Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmon,Eryobotbryas Grape
Vines, etc. we have a very large stock of Kelsey and new Japan Plums, Japan
Chestnut., Melon Shrubs and other new fruits. Also all the new Roses of merit, Palms,
TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDING Acacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees Flowering shrubs,etc. Cataloguessent
free to all No.1. Hardy fruit trees Roses, Evergreens. Lo.'l. Greenhouse
plants. No.3. Wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers.only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamentaltrees
The: rage an.4 :J.eD10D.: : suited to Florida.

P.,J. Berkmans,'Proprietor.
In variety,other Citrus FrIuts, LeConte and Keiffer Pears, Japan Plums, Japan Persim-
mons, Figs,Guavas, Grapes, etc.


H.. MANVILLE & CO., Selected from the best orchards In the great fig regions of the Old World, comprising the
very cream of table and drying figs. Tr e most profitable fruit In the world. .I asily grown
DRAYTON ISLAND, Putnam County,Fla., OR LAKELAND, Polk County,Fla. and prepared for market. No disease. No insects. The coming boom for Florida. Now Is
--- ------- the time to start in a business that is bound to pay and fortunes can be made at it. We are
GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES. headquarters; our trees are unsurpassed, warrant.d true to name, propagated from bearing ".
treesand prices are below competition. Send at once for instructions for growing and the
iSmyrnctlmethod curing and packing,with description and price of the following varieties:
A:.full. line of Choice Nursery Stock,comprising Oranges Figs, Apricots. Pecans, Grapes, White Trogan,White Adriatic,San Giovanni,San 1'eitro,Red Lardare,Paradiso. English Walnuts -
.,. ..' ., Pears,Plums,etc. Also ,all best sorts. Mlberts, Chestnuts,etc.,fine trees at low rates. LICHEES, most delicious
30,000 Peach Trees. 5,000 Kelseys Japan Plums. 1,500 Olive of fruits from India,should be grown by all. Immense variety of tropical fruits, East Indian
butts,grafted Mangoes,Indian Bananas, Bread Fruits, :Mangosteen,Durian, Lichees,etc.
Trees (Picholine). Special rates to the trade. Local agents wanted. __ _"

New Catalogue now ready,free.on application. MARTIN BENSON,
G. L. TABER, Swanwick,Perry Co., Illinois.
Glen 8U Mary, Fla.

The Lakeland Nursery Company.ORANGE 10,000 SOUR ORANGE TREES, FOR 1000 Pecan Trees, from 1 to 2 feet high, ,
from choice Texas Nuts. A fine lot of thrifty
BUDDING, Price from
trees. .
From K to 1:4:; Inches in diameter; price from 10 to 15 Cents Each.
Peen To and Honey Peaches, Keiffer and LeConte Pears, Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan Also Three Trios Pekin and Two Trios Rouen
Persimmons, Loquats, Figs Grapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba $5 to $15 per 100, Ducks,$6 per trio.
nanas. according to size and quantity taken. GEO.C.RIXFOBD,
Tropical Potted Fruit Trees a Specialty.Price Address Rlxford,Fla.
List free on application. E. H. TISON, Manager FRANK ERBLAND Manager, P. S.-Would exchange. a- trio of PeKln
Lakeland,Polk Co.,ila. Waldo,Fla. Ducks for Plymouth Bock fowls.

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il l In ddttion to a full line.>f general nursery Consignment solMted. Liberal advances WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
stock adapted to the climate 01 Florida, we made. Would be pleaded to correspond with
,' are const+ntly' receiving seeds! and plants parties desiring to ship here. .,
Hardware Stoves House Goods Grates Mantels Paints
from all over the tropl.,it) and sub-r r'J'lcal iriorrioii & Co. Furnishing ,
Summers :
world, many of which are introduced for the .
first time Into the United Stales, 171 South Water St., Chicago Oils, Saddlery, Guns, Ammunition, Etc.
We can only mention a few of the rare Refer to Metropolitan! National Bank, Chicago -
plants and trees we catalogue for the fall of ; J. V. Farwell A: Co., Chicago.
1886: Parties in Town or Out
Mangoes many varieties)), Sapodillas, Rose- PlantsAND
Apples,Star-Apples.Suger-Appl les,Cherimoyas, Strawberry and Blackberry will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any goods they may needin
; Sour-Sops, Horse-Radish Trees, "Spanish our line.
bimesTamarinds, Otaheite Gooseberries,
Maumee Sapotas, Avocado Pears, Maumee Ap- Prices veitlia.ii Ever.
ples, Grenadillas, Banhinias, Acacias, Albizziasand (.rape Vines by Mail, Postpaid,

Cassias in variety, Jatrophas, Fourcrayas, nt lowest prices and .safe arrival guar- 62 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
Yuccas Agaves, Dasyhrions, Plumerias, Palmsin anteed. Large orders by express or freightat
( variety), Caesalpinias and Poiacianas, many expense of purchaser. For prl e ]list, ad-
kinds of fpomeas, Crotons, Dracanas, and rare GEORGE L. McCONIHE
greenhouse plants; Antigonons, Bamboos, East dress'V C. STEELE,
Indian Pines and forest trees; Pandamus Switzerland,St. Johns Co., Fla. DEALER IN
Veitchil, ;Musa Ensete; Cyphomandra betacea
(the "Tomato tree" of Jamaica); the "Melon .
Shrub" and White Adriatic Fig, etc., Roses FRUIT-GROWERS Sash Doors and Blinds
and all sorts of shrubbery in variety ,

Red Spanish Pine-Apple Slips now ready, If you want Kelsey l Japan Plum, Eureka PAINTS OILS BUILDING MATERIAL .
'2.00 per hundred, SlS.Ou per Iliou aud. l'een-To IVach, Honey Peach,Japan Persimmon ,
New catalogue ready in October Pine-Apple,Orange,one hundred thousand -
Address Sweet Seedlings and Florida raIsed JB: .A. :FI. Ivv .A. :Et.. E] ,

REASONED RRO'*.. Nursery Stock: in general, send for price list,
Box Manatee: ,Fla. etc., to Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, Agricultural Implements, Carpenters' Tools, Iron, Steel Hope
A. CALLAHAN, Belting
Tested f olc Agent :for Florltla :for
Melro e, West Clay Co., Fla.
, Sibley's eedS Orange Lightnin )Powder, Galvanized Four-Point Steel Barb Fence Wire, Galvanized Barb-
E O R.T A.NT* Steel Twisted Il.bbon Wire, Spring-Tooth Cultivators, Acme Harrow and Orange Grove
RUDONE Cultivators, Queen l the Garden Hand Cultivator, :Southern 1St. Louis) Pure White Lead,
Masury's K. K. Colors and Liquid Paints, Fairbanks' Standard Scales.

To Market Gardeners and Truck

Farmers of Florida. WITHSTRAWBERRIES :LE> cDI ] C> C> I .

Send for our Catalogue and Price List of Gar-

C. Denton, Esq., the well known planter
and Revenue Collector of A luehu.t Co., seud. Don't you want a nice ORLANDO FLA.,
I us the following unsolicited endors ment of Will make your Store Fronts and Architectural Castings. Build or Repair your Machinery
our stocks: "Your Early Dwarf Flat Dutch and sell you Machinery and Mill: Supplies. Guaranteeing you as satisfactory work and
Cabbage h"s glen perfect satisfaction, end :31.: j3L-XTV IKT ? prices as you can get in more Northen cities. Mention: this paper when writing for esti
you ate well able to control the seed market mates.
In thi (Feet' Ion." Are you In want of -- --- -- -. -- -.-- -. --- ---
Above catalogue, tog they with our com- ---I
plete list of Farm and Garden Implements, FRUIT TREES IIAKDWAKE, ETC.Farmers' B.ANKSC..

mailed free to all applicants. Address n___ ______. __ -- .. -...---- --

IIIUi\M SIBLRY & CO., Wagons and Carts. A. E. DROUGHT F. H. SKELDINO, .
Rochester, N. Y. ANDGRAPE President. Cashier.

If you want a first-class. Wagon.. or. ,Cart KISSIMMEE CITY BANK
Nurseries of Lake Woir'Go. Surely you want a fewDWARF Cheap for Cash, all"Ol'f" ,


100,000 ,Orange and Lemon Trees.Our TRY MYVegetable Office, H. Berlack's Store Jacksonville, East Bay,Street.Fla. CAPITAL-!$50,000.Transacts .

trees are very thrifty, three and four Farm Wagons from io.OO; to 512.00
year old stock,.%to hinch diameter, with / Seeds, Carts. and Drays' from . ..$i>.00\) to$'S.W(
a general Banking business.
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old --- -
one year buds. Nurseries easily access'S1e -
to Florida Southern Railroad. mend for They are fresh and reliable. Write todayfor riussey's New Steel Coulter Harrow. -

Catalogues. Address a sample package (your choice) free The..T .tb ar.mxle -.'.'.' Also sole maker of Hussey's! Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit
E. B. FOSTER,>r: tllmJWred ....1.Yr"\ Steel &"Hard Metal"Plows. cashed.
dec21-ly South Lake alw.j ibarp. nr; lifht.Centennial| Horse I Hoe,*c.
DON'T FORGET Mront.d.u Ie.wdeb..p. \Address T. U IIl'5SEY.; -
--_ N. er'ickIC! !. Has correspondents in all the chief townsof

FAIRVIEW NURSERIES Rotten Bone Manure, $20 Ton, Florida, also Seaboard National Bank and
Messrs. C. M. Whitney &: Co., New York.
Free on board at Jacksonville. In Great Britain: The Bank of Irclan .
O. R. THATCHER : : e a''i Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Britii

AH>OLI> PUETZ, YSend for illustrated North America and Melville, Evans & C I ,
Catalogue and priers, ,free London.
Manager, Greenland P. O., Fla. --r- .
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San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida. )[EIHCIXA 1.. : GUN, LOCKSMITHS, ETC.
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A. C.A.Et.: JD.To A. N. DOBBINS & BRO. ..
The best varieties of the Orange and Lemon GARDENS AND NURSERIESOAKLAND
and other Citrus Fruits. all who are Buffering from tho errors and
Indiscretions youth, nervous weakness, early
Choice varieties of the Fig, ol recent Intro-
duction. CO. decay, loss of manhood, ic., I will send a recipe .

I that will cure you.FREE OF CHARGE. ThIs great

The Cattley Guava, both the Red and Yel- I Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit remedy was discovered by a missionary in South c

low.The and Ornamental Trees, I America.. Send a Belt-addressed envelope to the
Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto REV.JOSEPH T. INMAN Station D, New York City.
and Vines.
the soil and climate of Florida. Plants ---.--- -

The Japan Plum,varieties of the Mulberry, No Loss in Transplanting.Catalogue CECIL H. PLUMMER, '
Hart's Choice Bananas Pecans etc. ', I
,Grapes, ,
and Price List Free, on application \

Cataloguo free on application. to the Manager. AddressA. ...;."
REFERENCES-Crosby: &Gowe San Mateo; E. CHAMPLIN, J Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Cutters
MateoV. ,
Hon. U. W. Lyle San ; J. Webb, .

nov29-ly Oakland, Orange Co.,,Fla. Student of; the Royal Veterinary College of 44 W. Forsyth St., Op.St. Johns Hotel.

Palatka.QRiENJALFRUITS London,
Rose Plants for Sale. ,
McCartney Hedge Will answer all communications through let-
,'LeConte and Kleffer Pears on their This Rose makes a handsome and perfectly ters and telegrams. Gunsmithlng done in all its branches.
a.;own roots; Bartlett and other Pearson Impassable fence; said to last an hundred
LeConte roots; Prunns Simoni and years. Plants can be set until February, not

Japanese ;Peen To& Honey later. Spocial rates on Stencil Cutting,by mall
8 Pea.cheei Russian Apricots. A Address, M. O'NEILI, Office in OrlandoFla.: ,at ct-tf
large ana general assortment of Fruit
Trees. Catalogue with'&Cu..Free. Fairbanks, Fla. Reed &,Foster's Stables.
Address W. F. HE I K E Jlanacer.,
1I.'nW.JI.ntrlN.HuntSVllle,Ala. LeConteNursery. i andWIIISUY HABITS cared '
:: I at home without pnin. Book SLAB ELDana's
Ih Y 2 particulars Atilt Free.
t i .
THE U !B. !i. WUOLLE1i.M.U.Atlanta,8d. ,
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HOFFMAN'S SEEDLING. -- -- -------- - -
1 fEi: 1.ECONTE grower'of ----- -- --
N these i introduce them White Metallic Ear Marking Label,stamped
.Write for price list of this and other varieties .pE Pears : ABIC IOFFER.e will GIVE tJ order with name or name and address and num
of Strawberry and Raspberryp1snts. 'w ', ,, f from I AWAY Washing )IaI bers. It i ia reliable, cheap and convenient. Sells at
R. S. COLE, Cuttings chines. If you want one send us your name, eight and gives 'perfect satisfaction. Illustrated
Cedar Hill Fruit and Plant Farm, buy no other ant avoid Blight. Cataloguesfree. I P. O. and express: office at once. THE NATIONAL Price-list and samples free. Agents wanted.I .
Hamans,A.A.Co.Md. W.W.THOMPSON,Smithville,Ga. Co.,23; Dey St.,N. Y. I H. DANA, West Lebanon, N.H,

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GATION COMPANY. "'on"1 Hound. -North Round.

(Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTEH I':.' i Pas PUP.'It .

Quickest,Shortest and Most Attractive Route MMMMMM 1L MII11iiMMMktMw WEDNESDAY, August II, 1886; 5 a m,Train-. .tfrlL-! : STATIONS. &frt!.trrt
Between will leave and arrive as follows: I II 11' 13. I:;: : U. 12-

Florida, Pensacola, Mobile, 'New Orleans .and the -- SOUTH BOUND.4d' I ;;;: P.M.1: :!-I----- ;;;.1;;:

Southwest R.2" 8.10'' . 7.201 7.-111

. Lv 6.58 7.18
8.18 811.v.Haskell
LINE. .. "
:0.I i I dmso. : I'\ 8.5ihUAr./ \; . Barton Lv R..t/: ..(lIt
TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. .; = o ) C I r .
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Central((90th Meridian))Time,one hour slower AIL Trains of, this Road are Run by Genital ((90th) !:: oS::c=z Ez Z \I ..c:: CI Sanford and Indian it Ivor Knllroad.
than Washington, D. C. Meridian Time, which is 33 Minutes Slower Z u I I Z --. ------- ------ -' -
than Jacksonville Time. CoOl< C,) I 100 Daily exj'ppt 8un'n)'.

WESTERN DIVISION. ,.::.. !_ -I----I South Bound. North Bound.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 2, 1886. Read Doutl.) Read Up.
"a"means a.m. time. "p" means p.m.time.) Passenger Trains will leave and arrive daily, R. Wharf ...?\....::r.. '..'. "I". ...I (I. .... v Pa i --1-- -p.s. Ii

Read down. Read up. as follows: anrOrd........ 8 00 4 4 oi 7 I 0) :- .tI" 11 STATIONS. No. r
01 8 u8' .. : -I )II l) 7 15 z I F
No 10 No'2 Nol No ii NEW ORLEANS KXPRES. Belair...... Z1. !
'. .......! -I M1, ..... .. -
L'ke 4i
1158 a 7 lap S 00 a 300 P Leave Jacksonville daily at................ 1:35: a m Crystal 8.13. .- .. --- Ia :I-- ; ;;: I
10 40 a 63Jp .....Baldwin...... .. 8 45 a 410p Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.......... 7:3 a m *Ben ts ........-..: 51 : ....._ -157! n ;l.m p.m
10 8 ZJ 4 41; 5 OS 7 5S U 11'" niu ly.-'anford.u ;.-111 1.5017311.isj6.n
816a705a 507 p _.Lake City.... 1010 a G03p1059a Leave Callahan dally at......_............. 8:18: a m Longwood. I )
151 ... 710OS14
420p322p ....Live Oak..... Altamonte. 12 30. 4 18 5 s l': : ....... Fvr: Reed. ...
704p Arrive at at......... .10:15]
558a __.Madlson.... 1201p 835p Waycros8 dally a In Mayo ........... 14, 8 3al1( 51 5 t:!, :8.7Maitland 511:1. 52i....... ..*RntJe< Arrive Brunswick via B.& V. R.R... 1:50)
: p m ?... 15 S101 4 5'C b 32: 9 lu (6; I1':*', 6.i.............*OTI... ... 7.OS 2.28111i :
.4 20 a 150 p I Rlonticello... ar lOOp 10 35 Arrive at Thomasville daily at.......... 1:37: p m Winter Park 18 8 31 :5 40''' tI) 20Wilcox. I:' :1 .18 .........._*Cliftc, .............i 850:/ 2.31 5

3 20 a 115p ar...Tallahassee... 2 20) p 1135 p Arrive at Bainbridge daily at............ 8:35:: p m ...... 20......... ....591 :; 491\)I .... .. 1.. I .{. 721 . *Tm.kuwllla.. It-l."), ?.42 4
Arrive at Chattahoochee daily at..... 4:04 .
1 52 a 1217 p 1 v .....Qulncy..... 315p 152 a N. : p m Orlando.......I 22, 9 (j8 5 10 6 00; 0 :'uGatlin '.1 i : ,''Ar....... Ovideo..lvi 6.iO.: :_ 0
Pensacola via L. & R.
Arrive at R.tu:10
]235 a 1130 a River Junction 400p 325 a : p m .....? 2i.' : .....? ?... ........; ..... .. -- --- ---- --- -
Arrive at Mobile via L.&N.R.R-...... 2:30 TrainsNo.
: : a m *Jessamtne.\ II 15i 5 18 6 10'' lU:2Pfue : *' lag Stations. No. 3 and 6 Dally.
LOUISVILLE &: NASHVILLE R. K. Arrive atNew Orleans viaL.&N. R.R 7:20 a m 261 1,2I, 5, 7 and S 1'ally' except Sunday.
15' .
Castle 2 7 tllSI.. Ii ......
1159 1129 1 ar..liiver 4 14 4 00
p a p p Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville ) Train No. b Mops at Kisslrainee for breakfast.
6 U ..
iiOj 9 2)1 5 :7 ,
10 34 1010 ....l\ 5 ((17 5 22 BigCypress
p 800a"L'keDek'untak"a P 8iOa a and New Orleans, via Pensacola, and *DlcKinnon' 3.1 93">1 537 6 j 3ij; 11 1 1 Tialns No. Ill and Daily.! Trains No.21 and
725p 710p Mobile. "
2 2 Daily E"X'eplunday." : .
3 00 515 a .....Pensacola... 1010 12 30 KIssimmee.. 41' I 9 SUI 6 C8 tail j 11 5' -
p p p FAST HAIL. Trains Nos. 3 and 6 stop only at Orlando,
115 .,.....Mobile...... 2 25 *Cupwbells 41,11) L01, 7 C51! ..... ?
a -
830 7 20 Leave Jacksonville dally at....._......_ 2.00 p m *LakeLoche'' 21lO 206, 3i. 7 2 J :12: 41)aveupor ', his!' lmmee, Davenport, Bartow Jnnct on,
p a Arrive at Jacksonville dally at..12:00 m ., 57 10 30;, 6 -15''' 7 3.i I I 111HainesCity Lakeland, Plant City und Auburndale on

7 20 a 7 50 p ar.Montgomery 715a 755p Leave Callahan dally at.................... 2:45 p m : tillOto,....... 7t.j I 15 Sljrnal.1
7 55 p 725& ....Nashville... 640p 720a i Leave Chattahoochee at.....................11:30 a m Bartow J'nci &NO ,55i 7 07' S 10 I' I 2 fAubul'ndalel Connects at Sanford with Sanford and Indian
2 35 p 12 30 a ....Louisville.. 225a 220p Leave Thomasville at........................ 1:40: p m : 7211 051: 7 lJ; r.M'' : 2 2tFitzhughs River Railroad for Ovideo and points on
815 a 8 20 p 63ia 35p Arrive at Waycross: daily at....._........ 4:40: p m 7711 .1 ill 7 211 2 5i Lake Jessup; with the Ppof.le'Une and.

710 a 7 20 p Iv ...JSt. Louis. 7411 a 8 OIl p Arrive at Jesup daily at....._.............. 6:15 p ni Lakeland..... i,11, 28, 7 aJ,, .......! i .J 4. DePary-Haya Merchants' Line of Steamers
: Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. &: G... h:35 p m Plant City..., 9311 48 7 55 .. ..... i j ;tu for.lack"onville and all intermediate polntH
8 uo p a 4U dally p m *Cork........... 9811 5 3 :........ ..... .
No.1 and 2 dally. No. and 10 daily except Arrive at Charleston dally at............ 1:25 a m Selmer?...?... 10312] 10 8 ]15 i;: ....... i 1S .f' ltiv, rand Upper St.Johns.A .
Sunday. i Arrive at Washington,D.C.,daily at 11:00 p m Mango.........,101121() 6 20 I...?.? I, 5 2 Kls,iiiiine""with Steamers for Fort Sl((3 us

I Arrive Baltimore................................I2:3: a m 10312 :2i? ........1........ ... .. and Hal>'..i,,eeranrtpointf>onKlsninun 'e" river.At .
SOUTHERN DIVISION. Arrive Philadelphia............................ 3:45 a m Ar Tampa... 11512 4V 8J.)! ...... it 5_ 1'eniliH'tim Ferry with Florida Southern
Shortest, Quickest and only Direct Route to Arrive at New York daily at.._.......... 6:50 a m PM PM;: I I" )1t Railway tor :all points Northl East and West,
and from all points In youth Florida. Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jacksonville t .I''I and at P-aitow: with orhla Southern
and New York. I Railway for KOH \>pau h.
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EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. Connects at Tampa with steamer, "iv
Head down. Head up. Leave Jacksonville daily at............... 4:30 p m NOn'r)1 nOUN D. ret" for Palma Sola, Hraidentowr, PalnietM. ,
No. 4: No. 8. No. 7. No. 3. '----- ------ ---- -- ---- :Mana'eennd s.ll on HilhhorotiKh und
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at..........ll:3Ja: m
1010 a 4WpAr.Fernandina..Lvl010a) 410 P Leave Callahan dally at..................... 5:14 p m I QJ N: .., D xc'I a-I: Tampa Hays.
II 6 Oa 2 45 p Ar... Callahan..Ar 11 30 a 615p Arrive at Callahan..............................10:46 am GO C.I j ; .. ..... as, Also with elc-.; tnt new Steamship "Mas!
5 00 a 140 p Lv..Ualdwln ...Ar 12 at p 930p Leave Waycross................................... 7:30 p m 8'Z l; ;'.1 : cot te" of the Piant :Me.mshlp ('0., Jar Key
5 50 a 2 35 p Jacksonville Ile Lv 1145 p 8 45, P Arrive at Waycross daily at............... 8:25: 0.m STATIONS. _y I r =U I .:"!i 'V('. taml Havana, with !steamers' "'for ('ed..r

5 00 a 150 P Lv?...Baldwin..Ar. 12 30 p y 45 p Leave Gainesville daily at............?.... 3:50 p m :<<.A C Keysuud Mail Hit aterc'or! Key \'Sf.

4 45 a 1 ap Ar.....Bald :...Lv 12 50 p lU UO p Leave at Lake City....... ......... ........... 3:15: p m I I ,::" I- =-- I' sseii'reis for Havana can leave Sanfrinl
3 35 a 12 40 p Ar....Lawtey..Lv 143 p 1116 p Leave Live Oak daily at..................... 7:10 p m Leave- P M A 1\1 A M on Express. rain at 4J5: p. III.Iemday: and
j with
3 00 a 12 20 p Ar......Starke_...Lv 2 01 p 11 42 p Leave Thomasville daily at.............1115 p m Tampa.........I. 0 1 3,i........I 5 Ii) 5 -10Orlen Tliursuuy at connecting. same evening
2 30 a 1135 p Lv......Waldo......Ar 2 35 p 1222 a Arrive at Albany daily aU.............._ 1:30 a m L..I 6[ 1 48.I...... .......:t ...... stea rr lumpa.Application for can be made

10(00 p 1125 a Ar......Waldo......Lv 2 45 p 4 15 a Arrive Arrive Montgomery Mobile via L.via& N.Central R. R..R.....R... 2:10 8:00 a m Mango........I! 10 1 &;I....?.. 53)1' G(j Li I 'through am Notary Passports l'l1bllcund such applications -
? p m Settner_...... 121 1 2 OJ ... 5 1'1 (6 25
845p 1035aAr..Galnesvllle..Ar 330p 53ia: \ I when vise d by Spanish Consul nt Key'
530 p 9 40 a Ar..Archer. 420p 8 20 a Arrive Arrive New Nashville Orleans via\la L.L.& N.& N R.R.R.R.... 7:30 7:10 a p m m *Cork.........., 17: 2 10 ,.._........ .1 l 'I f ?...... West will answer the purpose ol Passport.Through .

450 P 910aAr....Bronson...?Lv 4. 5"") P 910 a Arrive Louisville" via L. &: N. R. R... 2:25 a m Plant City.. 210....... .Ij i ; iO Tickets sold at all regular hlauous

2 00 p 715 a Ar..Cedar Key..Lv 6 45 p 12 25 a Arrive Cincinnati via L. &: N. R. R.?.. 6:35' a ra *Lakeland...;.. .Zfj a 2 55.6...... 6 2'I+ I 8 8 .0 45 I points North. *:>'"' nn.; West.FREDERIC.

225p 1125 a Ar,,....Waldo......uv 245p 12 30 p Arrive St.Lo tis................................... 7:40 a m Auburndale Fitzhughs 43 3U5 ?AM ij 30': I tI OU H. RD.
187 a 10 49 a Ar.Hawtb.orne 3 25 p 137 a Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson Bartow J'nc 47 37 5 6451 935; G.w'l Ticket ActntMISCELLANEOUS

.......... 933aArSilverSprlngLv 442p ........... ville and St. Louis, via Thomasville, Albany, *HainesCityDavenport. 5-11 a ao 6 MI Os. 1"02 .. .
920 Ar..._Ocala ......Lv and Nashville. I"""" I -- -
1125p P 457p 3 37 a Montgomery ...I 58 3 40i, 620 7 0.5 10 30 *
9 45 p 816 a Ar..Wlldwood..Lv 6 04 p 511 a :. JACKSONVILLE EXPRESS. *LakeLoehe| 63 3 50: t 6) 3O 7 15 I 10 ,0Peiubertou i .

'" 852p 7 47 a Ar....Leesburg...Lv 637p 5 52 a. Leave Jacksonville............................. 9:30 p m *Campbell I 71 ;t 10' 6 50....... I ..... -- ---- ----
8 05 p 7 20 a Lv...?vares..Ar. 700 P 6 30\ a Arrive Jacksonville........................._ 8:05am Klssimmee..: 751, 4 2J 7 u51. u5 1 I 1210

TAVARES, OULANDO A: ATLANTIC UAILHOAD. Leave Callahan...................................10:20 p m *Mc Kinnonl ), 4 3) 7 17! M 151 1 I :::0 I
716 P 710aAr...?Tavares. ...Lv 720 P 7 20 a Arrive Waycross..................................12:35! a m *Big I 85 I 4 45 7171 8 2i, 1250;) '
625p 625aAr...?Apopka?..Lv 810p 8 10 a Arrive Albany via B. & W. R. R......... 5:30: a m Plne Castle"Jessamine.: 881! 4 5l1: 7 at .......' I...... BEE-KEEPERS' MAGAZINE
615 p 6 00 a Lv..Qrlando. 840 P 8 40 a Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 9:10 a m 89 4 55 7.37: H 322 : i 1 (twGatlin.
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R-...... ]:3.) ....... ,
FLORIDA RAILWAY A NANIGATION COMPANY. p m .....? 90. .. ........ 1 .. :
500 P ......... Ar...Wild: wood...Lv .......... 9 35 a Arrive Jesup................................;....... 2:15am Orlando...?... \\131 5 1l1: 7 48'8' 42' !I 151: 25: cents u Your.
5 20 a .......... An.Panasoffkee.Lv .......... 1010 a Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. & G.... 6:00 a m *.Wilcox...... 95;........, 7 51........ ; ..
4 00 p .......... Ar.St.Catherine.Lv ......?.. 1110 a Arrive Macon via E. T. V. &: G. R. R. 8:30 a m Winter P'rk, !l71 515.8:: 0 l\ 52' t; 215 Address
II45 p .......... ArWlthlae'chee Lv .......... 1130 a Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & G. R.R.12.-05 m laltland.IOO, 5 32' 8 07: H :8 ;j 2 :)0 town N. Y.
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R....... 6:50 a m Mayo .......?.. 101, 535' 810, tI 01' ; t -11 Sample Free. Barry ,
Sleeping Cars on No 9 and Ii). Sleeping Car Pullman Buffet Cars and Mann Boudoir Altamonte.1102 5 411, 8 15, tI 01. i 2 5&

Rates between Jacksonville and Orlando, Cars via Waycross, Albany and Macon;- and Longwood...'105() 5 47 8 2"1 II 19 3 2J .
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only $1 for berths via Waycross, Jesup and Macon ; between 'Bents. ........,,110 556 831.".........i :.......
Trains No. and 8 dally. Nos. 3 and 5 dally Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, Through "Cr'staIL'ke'111Belalr! (........ 87; ...... :...... Type for Sale.
except Sunday. Passenger Coaches between Jacksonville and .........,112, 600 8 41 9 t: t ;-c .j-i 800 pounds Tong Primer, the tVPA the Dio-
O --- Chattanooga, via Albany; and Jacksonville Sanford........ 115J 6 10 8 SO: 9 30'' i 4 CO patch is printing from, is ottered for pale
Fernandlna and Jacksonville Branch. -and Cincinnati vir. Jesup.SAVANNAH Ar.R.Wharl i|P)1.1 AMi i .j P M cheap. Address
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No 30. No 32. No 40. No 42. Leave Jacksonville.............................. 9:30 p m __
V.Jacksonville...... 9 25 a 5 00 p 9 00 a 5 35 p Arrive Jacksonville............................ 8:05. a m Ferry Mraiich.-S.F. R.R. : Wec> .. The
Duval. ..............,11 UO a 523 927 a 558 .. .. -------- ----- SAM LE1.001'or1 <
P p Leave Callahan ...........................10:20 p m ----- ZITTn il1
Ar.Fernandlna..ll20a 6 10 P 1010 a 645 P Arrive Callahan................................... 7:05 a m South Bound North Bound. bo mailed,securely ary address: In theforThreoMonth:
Ocean Beach......!120 a 6 30 p 10 25 a 658 p Leave Gainesville at................._........ 3:50 p m Read Down. Read Up. United States OEJBE?(i\ son

: No 29. \o3l.: No:ay.: 041. Arrive Gainesville. ............................. 9:35 a m ----- receipt of X V itiO Ono Dollar. 1 b-
Lv.OceanBeach..... 645 a 230 P 645 a 345 P Leave Lake City....................?............. 3:15 p m g ,! F'st Pas F'st Ft.CII era)discount allowed to Postmasters Agents andC1ubs.ThePoLtCEMAILEDGAZE.I.TJI
Feruaudlna....... 7 00 a 245 P 700a 4.00 P Arrive Lake City.................................10:00 a m k\\ M'1. Ft. STATIONS. M'l Ex. 1 :
Ar.Duval...........?.... 7 47 a 3 51 p 7 47 a 4 46 p Leave Live Oak at............................... 7:10 p m ; 19. 21. 20. 22. .
Ar.Jacksonville._... 810 a 4 25 p 810 a 510 p Arrive at Live Oak daily at............... 6:15 a m -1--1 Kitlmate Illustrated) Spotting and Sensational
No.2)),80,31 and 32 dally except Sunday. Arrive Thomasvllle............................ 7:50 a m ,, A.M P.M. Journal published! on the American! FREE f
No.a9, 40, 41 and 42 Sunday only.CONNECTIONS. Arrive Albany.....................................11:50 a m 0 5.20 4.50Lv| Pembert'n Fery Ark 10.10 9.20 72 continent. Apply for terms to i
1 4 9.1565
L551.Fltzgerald..i10.O5! !
Arrive Arrive Montgomery Nashville via via Cen. R. R.... 7:23 p m 3 5.21 5.30: ..j i.....?..... *Oriole . ....''! 9.57 .......162 Richard K. Fox. Franklin Square. New York.PIANDS&DBGANS.
At Callahan with L. t N. R. R.... 7:10
Savannah : a m
Florida and Louisville 6 : 5.47 .., .. .Bay City. . .' ...-. .. 59 -- -- -- -
Western Railroad for Arrive via.L. & N. R. R... 2:20 m '
Savandah, Macon At p .... ... *.Macon. . i 19.38 ... ..
lanta Charleston York Arrive Cincinnati via L. &: N. R. R... 6:35 m 101 5.53 .. .,...... ... 51 :
Washington, New p 12, 6.05. 5.35 .........Owensboro......... 9.33 8.1114 --
Arrive Ht. Louis via L.
Cincinnati St. Louis & N. R. R...... 8OJ m
West and Northwest.At ,. Chicago and all points Arrive Waycross.................... ............12:35 p a m 16 6.18 6.05 ...........Dade City?......... 9.2 8.15 38 M OF-
Arrive Brunswick via B. & 23 6.2J 6.4'JJ' .........?Richland?......... 9 02 7.3 32 ,. ,. Ul at I makes direct to c istomers -
!Silver:: Spring, with Ocklawaha river : W. R. R... 7:10 a m at
Steamers. Arrive Jesup.....?........?......._............... 3:13a m 3'li; 6.5l',, 7.10..:...*Tedderville 8.33 6.50:2,: wholesale from prices.beadquartet All goods,
At Orlando with Florida Southern Railroad Arrive Savannah................................. 6:15 a m 37 7.05 ..... Kathleen. . 8.23: 6.1517' I guaranteed. No money asked
' for Sanford, Lockelana and Tampa. Arrive Charleston........_.,..................12:55 p m .47.13[ 7.30..........Grltfln'sJlll........: 8.H 6.0.jl2.n | till instruments are received
At Cedar Key with Steamer Gov. Safford, Arrive Washington_...........................10-.30am 7.40 ............Lakel nd........... 8.05 5.010 i and fully tested. Write ua
Runday and. Wednesday for Manatee and Arrive New york................................. 5:30 p m 51,' 8.001 9.00i..Huskel! [............,, 7.44 5.00: 6 j I before purcbaslnic. An 'Jmreatment of 2 cents may
Tampa. Pullman 57 9.2 9.2iArrive-Bartow.Ljuvei; ; 7.30 4.10! 0 save you from 850.OO to glOO.OO. Address
Palace Cars between Jacksonville
Nashville Tenm
and Tampa. JESSE FRENCH,
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville Bartoiv Brancli.-Daily,,.c cept Sunday. WkoltMle Dittrifyvtlng Dcp'tfor tbeBovO
Steamer -------
Express leaves Jacksonville and Washington.Through ------ -

Thursday at 5:00 p. m., connecting with the Tickets sold to all points by Rail South Bound. r;orth Bound.
elegant ttteamships of the Mallory Line, sail- and Steamship connections, and baggage
Ing semi-weekly lor New York direct. checked through. Also Sleeping Car berths Pas.IPas.: m 1 m" Pax Pas. My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are
MEA ISLAND AND CUMBERLAND ROUTES. and sections secured at the Company's Office &:Ft&Ft'1'ATIONS.: &Ftf: No. perlect gems of art to hang on the wall and

The 9.25 Steamer Express of Wednesdayand in Astor's Building,82 Bay street,and at Pas- 5. i ti 4. I always handy to tell tht day of week, monthor
Saturday connects with steamer St. senger Station, and on board People's Line -1-I1 1P. year.
Nicholas (Sea Island Route), direct for Steamers H.B.Plant and Chattahoochee and M P.M. A M. P.K. Too costly to give away, I will mall one to.
Brunswick,Darien and Savannah.connectlng. De Bary-Baya Line steamer City of Jackson- 6.10 0 Lv. .Bartow June. .Ar .U 5.00 anybody sending me a nickel to help pay ad-
with steamer and rail to all points.A. ville. 8.25 5 LV.WlnterHaven.Ar 5 5.13 vertising, postage, etc. You need one and

., o. MACDONELL, WM. P. HARDEE, 8.35 91 Lv. .Eagle Lake........ 9. 5.Z3 should send soon before all are gone.
Gen. Pass. and Ticket Awnt. General Passenger Agent. 8.441 5.351 JAMES llASLEY
:J).E. MAXWELL, U6n. Supl., p= fi G. FLEMING, Superintendent. 9.001; I17IAr.ioBaartow8.Lv(17. ( 5.501; Seed Grower, Madison, Ark.

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Augusta, (Ia............_.... 30 roo 00 Cedar Rapids Ia.......... ...... ......... Fort Scott, Kan............ 90 ::14000 Logansport, Ind............ ...... ......... Portsmouth, Ohio......... ...__.
I Atlanta Ga.. ..._.......... 35 70 00 Champaign, I\l I............. .... Gamon Ohio......_......... ... I......... Lincoln, Neb.. ............. 94 156 40 Peoria, Ill_............?.... 65 116 00
Atchison Kan.............. ......... I Dalton, (3a......_..... ...... 40 80 00, Gallipolis{ Ohio............ ... I......... Macon, Ga..............._...., 25 50 00 Pittsbur. Pa............?.. 66 126 00
Allral. Mich.-. .. !II Dayton, O. .............. ... .Grand Rapids, .l\llch..... Mobile, Ala..................... 40 80 00,, Quincy 111._.................. ...... .
' Ann nrtJor, Mlch,...... ... ........ I Delaware, Ohil)............. ... ..........1 Hendersont-Ky............. 55 1100.00 Montgomery Ala....... 35 70 00 Rome ua.J. _............... 40 SO 00
Alton 111.. ..._................ ... I......... Derlan.e. Oh 10. ....:....... .. ....... Hickman, KY-.............. 55,100, 00 Mansfield, Ohio............ ... ....... Rock Island. Ill........._ ...... ?.......
Anniliton, Ala................ 40 HO W Betrol Mich. ......... ...... 120 00 Indianapolis, .. 60 110 00 Massmon, Ohio............ ... I.L........ Rochester, N. 'Y ............ 68 ,134 00
Birmingham Ala... ..... 40 &100 Danville, Iii ....... ........ ...I.. ......... .Jeffersonville, Ind...... 58 10800 .l\It. Vernon. Ohio......... ... ........ Sandusky Ohio............ 5- 116 00
looulngton, III ......... ... ......... 1)"venport.Ia................ ...... .......... Jacksonville, Ill_......... ... ......... Memphis .).enn........... 41)) : 90 .1 Sioux City, Iowa.......... ... .....?..
Burlington ik...?......... ...... .... I Dubuque, Iowa ..... ..... ... Joliet, Ill....................?.. ... ......... Milwaukee, Wls_.......N. 70 120 00 Springfield, 111............ ...... .....N.Bellevtllo ....
ill................. ......... :Des Moines. 1..1 Jefferson Clty,1\fo_...... ...... ..... I Madison, Ind................ ... .........I, St.Joseph..l\lo..............j, ... .........
B.tnltlo, N' Y. .............. 69 12U W Denver Col............;...... 1.65 Knoxville. Tenn........ 45 90 00 :Minneapolis, Minn...... ...... ;........' St. Louis, Mo_. ............. 65 11600B.ty
.)' 111th............... ...... ......... Dixon! Ill ................. ... .........I, Kenton, Ohio................. '' ..Dladison!; Wis................. ...... L........1 Saginaw 1\llch........... ..\ .. .....?..
Bristol, Itenu....._....._ ElyrlaOhio.. ............ ......... Kalamazoo, l\Uch_...... ;.0 12000. ( Montreal, Canada,....... ...... +'........1 I SpringleldOhio............ ... ......NI
Oleveh"II, 0..._...... ...... 70 12001) '" Evansville, 1i.i_. ........ 564 00 I Kansas City, 1\10 ........... ?.?. I.....?.. I Nashville,Tenn............ 45 90 00 S. Paul,1\llnn..1 ..... ...._...
CinclnmtU, Ohio.......... 51 100 (0u : East Saotn 1 csv Hch..... ..; I Lansing,Mil h............... ...... ......... ; New Orleans_.............. 45 \ 90 00 Toledo 0 ........._....... 70 120 00 '
Cairo Ill.. ..........?........ (1)) 110'Oki : East 3L LtI1I1'J.' Ill......... 6i 11600 ;i LaCrosse, Wis............. ...... ......... Newark, Ohio.......?...... ... ........ Terre Haute, Ind .?..._ 60 110 00
O..lulnblls, Ky.............. 55' 100 00 I Emporia, Kan................ I 45' 16t 00 : Lima, Ohlo............ ..... ... ......... !Omaha, Neb.................. ...... ...._.. Toronto, Can................ ...... ....N._
Columbus, Ohio.......... ... ......... l 'Erie: i' i .... ................... 06 126 00 [ Lafayette Ind...._...... ... ......... !Ottawa, Can.... ............ ...... .... Topeka, Kan.............?.. 95 148 00
l.. ttlnlhtl*. tIa .. 35 70 00 (IFor.Vayne.. Ind......... ... ......... Lancaster, Ohio. ..... ... ......... 1011 City Pa_ ................. 66. 126 00 Urbana, Ohio................ ... ....
Council Bluffs, ...... ......... "''Indl"y, Ohio............. ...... ......... ',iLeavenwortn, Kan..... ...... ......... .tPekln, 111. ..................... ... ......... Wheeling, l.V.VaMN.N..... 66 126 00
Chicago, IlL_......._.... 611600 ,FremontOhio .............. .... ....... LouisvilleKy_........._ 55 10000 'pana. 111........................ ... ......... Winnipeg, ltlan........... 1...... ...--.
ChM1t.Ht1'IlM. Tenn40 ,80.; 00 Fort Ioalge. r owa.......... 1 Ig .I.170 00 I Little tack, Ark........... .L 120 00 ,Piqua. Ohio................... ... ......... __ __ _

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Jacksonville ann.hau.allll Live ()ak.......................................,.......................... 20 40 25 60' I 30 860 301 60 301 60 Z1 75 I'' . . .. .: ::::
Gainesville, L1rw Jl..1nfonl........ ....... ............................?.. ..._.............:............. 30 60 35 70 : 40 401 80 401 37 I . .. .. .. ....
Landings ou ht. Johns river.................................................................................... .00 60 35 70 40 80 401 SO ( SOIT 75'I'' I . . .. .. .... .
Stations Fla. So. Ity north of and including Ocala ...................?................_. 35 70 40 SO'I 45 90 904'.\ ; 90 42 85'1" . .... .. .. .: .:::
Stations on Fla. So. Ity. south or Ocala. ............................................................... 37 75 42 &5'''' I 47 95 4.)1 95 47 95 44 90 I . . .... .. ... ...
Stations 0:1 Fla. So. Ry., St. J.-& L. E. Division.................._.............................. 37 75 42 85'': I 47 95 49 95. 47 95 47 95 I . .. ... .. .... .: ...:
Landings on lake Santa Fe......._.......................................-..........-................... ... 1 II ......' . . .... .. .. .. ....
Tampa _........................... ..........................................................?........................._. 45 90 50 1.00 55 1 10 55 1.10 55 110 55 1 10 . . .... .. ... .. ...
Lang Inpon Manatee Inver..N...........................:..............................?. ..........?.. ... .. ... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... ...... ... ?....1 . . .. .. .. ....
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t..lols. on J., SL: A. & II. R. Ry........................................ ... ._.. .... .
Palatxa.................._....................:... .......?..........................._.................................... 30 60 35 70 40 80 4O] .80.I 40 .80 37 75 . . .... .. .... .. .... ..
Bt. .tugusne I .........................................................................................?........ ... ... .? '''' ... ...... ...j ..... ... ...... ... ...... . . .... .. .... .. .... '
Stations on J. T.-& K. W.Ry. ................................................................. ... ... ...1 ... ...... ...1..1: ... ... ......' I . . .... .. ..... .. ....
!! f4ullhi: ...on LakeR Eustis anHarris.?............................................................... 42 85 47 95': 52 105.,.: I 52 105 52 105 ;, . . ..... .. .... .. ....
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8tat.tonN From I on elairoo McKinnon, Inclusive ...._................... ................................ ..... 40 SO 45 90, l 50 100 50 100! 50 100 47 95 I . .... .. .... .. ... .
From Kissimmee to Acton, Inclusive..........................- ...............N ................. 45 90 50 100"" 55 110 55)) 110 55 110 52 102'' . ..1 .... ... ... .. ....
From Plant City 00 Orlenta, Incl\1 lve. ................................................ ..?. 50 1 55 1 10'' I! 60 120 120 60 120 57 1 15 i . .. ... .. .... .. .... .
From Winter Haven to Bartow, Inclusive.......................................................... 55 1 001 60 120.., 65 130 65' 130 65 130 62 125 . .. ... .. ... .. ....
S.aUonsonF.R.&N.Co.northofandlnr.ludlngOcala.. ............................_. 3.5' 70l, 40 80'' 45 9Q 45 90 451 90 042 85 : . . ... .. .... .. .... .
Stations' on F. IL & N. Co. south of Ocala.-.........................................._......._ 37 75 42 I 8-5 47 95 47 95 95 44 .90 . . .... .. .... .. ....
Stations on Sanford & Iudian River R. II,............................ ............................. ... ...... ... ......i; ,I, .... ...... ... . .. i .. .. .. .. .... .. ....
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Stations on Tavares. Orlando & Atlantic It. R..NN.......??............................... ... .. .
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Gulf points south Taw pa......._......._....._"'-......-.....-....?............................ ... I .......1.I... ......: : -. ......[. ... ........ +: ...1.I .... ... ... ......, i! "I -I ."I .. .:. -I .. ....

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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 of charges.
Double dally fast freight service for all'polnts West via Albany Jesup and Savannah. The Car-load Is estimated at 20,000 pounds, or 400 Standard Boxes. Excess of this
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern Interior amount will be charged for pro rata. Carload shipments mustbe to one d
and Coast points, Including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and to one consignee.
Providence. Prepayment of freight will not be required, but good order and condition of shipment
Trl-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah will be an absolute requirement. It Is clearly understood between the shippers and thlJ
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 loss must. attach solely to the
t Savannah Tuesdays and Friday company upon whose line such negligence may be located. .
Weekly conniption for Boston via the Uoston! and Savannah Steampshlp Co., leaving The charges advanced by this Line in good faith to connections at those points will not
Savannah everyThnrsday. be subject to correction by this Line.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia /. v Ocean Steamship Co., leaving Savannah! every In every case the full name and address of the consignee must be given Insertion In
Bill Lading and on the Way-bill.
8aturday.Sailing: days of Steamships are sube: lu change without notice. Single shipments to Western points will be charged at double rates.
---- No single shipment taken for less than $1 to Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Balti
AOiN JcfOIt SHIMMERS. more. If shipped beyond they will be charged In addition the single. package rates of con
HyjFOItMA/l. nectlng lines and cost of transfer. .
To make through rates from points loutary\ to the above, add the rates of connecting Stencils shipping receipts and information furnished on application to any of the agent(
lines 00 above rates. 'I For farther Information, if needed, apply to Agents of the lines or to .
{ 'The dimensions of the Standard IJox lot Vegetables are 8xUx2 at W pounds. 7 "" Traffic Manager, Savannah Gar Gen'l Freight Agent, Baymanab, G*,


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766 -- THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.- [N. EMBER: 1,1886.

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JOHN T. LESLEY,President. 8. A. JONES Gen. Manager. LAWSON CUASE,Sec.&Treas.




Are reliable and responsible and being chartered are amenable to the Stat e. Have every

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

Pamphlet and newspaper._


J' REAL ESTATE DEALERS, Broward. Lots, Burnside Beach Lots,

'" REFERENCES-Gov. E. A. Perry, Tallahassee. ; Hon. A. J. Russell Jacksonville; Hon. LOTS IN

Walter Gwynn, Sanford._ ____________.__
Simpson's Addition to SpringfieldOn '

Small payments down and balance on long time. Lois \Vel.shon.: Money to Loan.."
Investments m ide and guaranteed' '


Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for Invest mont or Cultivation.:
Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive SUps for Homes; Railroad and Daily :Mails;
also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the Installment Plan I if desired. Address 'IN'rELLIGINC1': O f I'- I C"K.

JAS. KEEAMER, President over Bank of Jacksonville, or '\'. II. ilt \NT, Supt., .
Help supplied and positions secured.' "
San Pablo, Floi Ida. ..
CC> C> I... :E1 d C C'C' > .
The Stereopticon Advertising Company's Space to Ldt.

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 2>. Over I'n-ik; of Jacksonville.
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--"SAVING'S"BANK Braidentown Real Estate Agency. KISSIi11IE1

EDGAR M. GUAIIAItt, Real Estate Agency.Healthy .
AND Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice .
of the Peace, -
Braidentown,Manatee Co.. Fla. Lniuls, ( Low Prices[!
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estateon
Has for sale choice Lots Orange Groves and Wild ands. Allows interest on deposits, Collects commission. Eighteen years' residencein Kissimmee offers the best chances for set'IfoK -
Rents and Interest, Negotiates Loans,etc. Manatee County. Personal knowledge of i In Florida. 1t.1 is the coming district. as
most of the lands throughout, the county. ill who know the S HP! testify. There is Big
J. C. GREELEY President. L.. D. HOSJIElt, Treasurer.
M I for Investors In Town Lots.
-- ---- AK a practicing Attorney, and a<* County 'rrpy
Judge for a number of years, I have had occasion -
2,000,000 ACRES OF LAND to become familiar with many titles I.r11; Pine and Hammock LandsAt
and the County Records Ha"ngbeel1 continuously -; .
engaged All these yeirs.' in the actual reasonable prices.
FOR SALE BY cultivation of the principal fi nil and vegetable -I
products of this' semi trot'seal section. AiM go d land for Truck Farming. A few
gives me advantages in the sel-cllonof the *nmii Bearing iruves 'on tracts of Irom
THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN until COMPANY various qualities of lands! sulisi le. Maps! I: Twenty to "Kighti: acres enlarge low prices.
and Abstracts furnished.TIUe exaiii'neil and r j 'Ihese Groves are easily ,'and afford
,, Deeds executed. Information ished. Cor a goo-l Ftrirt. Correspondence solicited.

.... SITUATED IN THE COUNTJESOF N0TE.-Braldentown is situated on the I \\MI. BOM WELL,
south bank of the beautiful Manatee River, Kissimmee,Orange Co.,Fla.
about thirty-flve miles south of Tampa. Has ---- -

; Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, l Marion, Orange daily. Adjacent service by are the the elegant lovely Terra steamer Ce'a' Margaret. SarAsota W. M. LEDWITII. F.C.- SOLLEE.

Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard Baker, Polk & Manatee, kinds.and of fish Palma,clams Sola and Bays oysters, teeming; and with here nn all LEDWITH' & SOLLEE,

the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building DEALERS IN
.' Consisting of the finest Orange, Farming and Grazing Lands In the State of Florida. Prices train the world,with thousands of acres
$1.2>to$5 per acre, according to location. of hammock and pine lands where tropical
fruits and choice vegetables may be grown to ,

..' For.further information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palaiia,Fla. perfection.
I Office, No.7 Herkimer Block,

Chief Clerk,Land Department. (sep29yl) General Manager 571 ,320 oo ACRESSouth Headquarters for Haine City Property.



E. !R. TR-AJFITORO, General Mtmng-er, Florida Lands, iLakeview on Kingsley Lake
j..-S5O buys a 6-acre I
90,000, Acres of the Finest Lands in South Florida !. situated Volusia In Humter the counties, POlk of Hernando Orange,, Brevard.Hillsbor Send 2 cent stamp for Maps,eta toTROPICAL

ough aDd Manatee, andS4J i LAND Cb..
THE LAKE REGION OF POLK COUNTY.: |P. O. Box 158, Jacksonville, Fla.

REFER TO Ex-Gov. O "o. F. Drew,
Two hundred deep,clear spring lakes,within a radius often miles. Their high banks TOWN LOTSin Juclu<<) vUle.and Rev. C.
timbered with a luxurious growth of pine and oak, and being on the very summit ol the McLean,St.Augustine. .
dividing ridge ot the peninsula of Florida. Its dry air offers an inducement to the invalid. nov9-ly
Its beautiful and diversified scenery, boating, fishing, etc., offers the finest opportunity for -
people of taste to acquire lovely winter home, where all the pleasures and comforts of our he towns of Klsslmme, "Winter Haven, -- -- --
balmy climate can be enjoyed. Add to these the eminent suitability of the soil for the culture Eagle Lake, Gordonvllle, Hariow. Auburn FOR SALE.
of the orange and other semi-tropical fruits, and the tact that both the South Florida dale, Lakeland, Seffuer, Mango and Orient.
and the Bartow Branch Railroads run several miles through this tract, make this the most AlsoLots In the towns<>i Pember desirable locality in South Florida. These lands are divided Into lots of five acres and upwards boro, Rlch'and, Kathleen and II.tkcll, on .
,and will be sold on most favorable terms to Improvers or settlers. line of the Pembeiton Kerry Branch. A map Sixty 'thousand Ormge Seedlings transplanted
and descrlptUc notes of South Florida, ,showing In nursery, two and three year old
ANCLOTE, HERNANDO COUNTY. location of these lands will he furnished some budded. Also", forty acres choice land
on application to the Land Depirtment of with Grove of boo three
trees, to nix
At the mouth of the Anclote river, on the Gulf coast high land in full view of the the South Florida Railroad Company.S. old.all in good condition. Will be sold years
ocean; salt air. salt water fish, miles of oyster beds. High land for residences and orange and will make a livl and
K a fortune to some
rich bottom land perfectly drained for vegetable' gardens. A
groves sugar plantation of 200 one. For particulars anltemu,ad O. CIIASI essGROVW !
acres now being established by: a sugar planter tiom coin, who selected this point after AND. NURSERY
the whole State. Post-otilcestore, '\\turd .
looking over ( ) school. KM\v-niMl and nil requisitesfor
Acting Gen'l Land Ajzt.S. F. R. R. Co., P. O. Box 61, Fort Meade,Fla
a settler. Protected from frost by the warm waters ol the Gulf of Mexico ou the North .
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This Company have also rich and allu.lallands In Sumter,Alachua and Orange Counties --- -- -

..'. ,and firti lass eltes-for building purposes all along the South Florida IViilroad. It woulddo TAYLOR I 1,2 AND 4-HORSE POWERS.
well for prospective purchasers to look at the lands ottered by this company) before purchasing -> MAYWOOD.
elsewhere. I .. Overhead, out
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Groves made and warranted the T
LIBERAL TERMS TO ACTUAL SETTLERS OR : rn most '# Simplest, cheap
,. PRODUCERS. I favorable terms In one of the must healthy -= = est. bent. Send *
For full particulars address sections of Florida. Board I m:mid! houses to tor
circular to
BLOUNT & WHITLEDGE, Bartow Polk County, Florida.G. rent at moderate prices. semi!fur particularsand TATLOB
M:MORRISH, Anclote. Hernando County,Florida. 20 cents for glimpses at ihe orange Umd. HORSE POWER
:.." J. E. LAMBETH. Gainesville l Alachua County, Florida. For reference we refer you to the editor of COPI.
A. C. MARTIN Mackinnon. Orange County, Florida,or to this paper. Direct to'V. 10'.t kr..1 It.
E. R. TRAFFORDj General Manag srSanford,Orange Cn1H'1.N.'F1 t tarl tM, H. REED. C111C460
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Patent Water-Proof Building ..A.t sic :Per -rOD.
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Fort Mason,Fla.
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ALSO AGENT FOR J:.... -vv. SJ EFl.1\IJ.A.JSr: c C C., _

General Commission MerchantsAND

r Sent!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>a West Bay Street,Jacksonville,Fla. ner,Fort Reid; Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C.W.Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth National
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. :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

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.
a Respectfully yours, OAUL.O &; CO., 30 West Bay St., Jacksonville. ,Fla.

10 Years Established.G .
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166 Reade Street, | FOR TIlE SALE | NEW YORK.
Fruits and Produce Also Hides, Furs, Honey, Etc. Florida Oranges a
References-Banking houses and principal shippers throughout the State. Send for Stencils -
and Market quotations. Tri-weekly quotations by telegraph to Times-Union during
." rl shipping season.


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j Ilk Commission Merchant and Forwarder,

D.D. ROG ERS. C.B..ROGERS. Waycross Railroad Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.

-: D. D. ROGERS & CO., Branch Packing-House, TVaycross Railroad Depot, Gainesville, Fla.
-I .DEALERS: Oranges, :Lemons: :: ,
f .. 1\IJ: EJ T .A.J: :.i i ft o C> :JF'I :i JSr c And other.Fruits and Vegetables,

Corrugated Iron,,Fire Proof Iron Shutters,Ac.: Meialic.Building.Supplles.State :; PACKED SHIPPED AND SOLD.
t Agents for .K.Van Noorden&Co's1Y1KTA.LIC ,
SHINGLES. Reliable Correspondents in all the principal cities of the United States.

,, < 74, West Hay street,JACKSONVILLE,FLA. c-reen.: Lemons: :
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a full stock of Growers'Supplies-consisting of Cottonwood Thin Wood for Orange
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 Dealers Send for Circulars and Stencils. ,- sep4-tf
No. 29.West Bay Street-Jacksonville, Fla. BUY HEOKER'S SUPERLATIVE FLOUR.BUY .

59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida .
WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL Always Ready! Always Reliable and Perfectly Healthful.

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

Amusements. Hecker's Self-Raising Buckwheatadd

llarcourt's Fin. ..Fruits and-How to liaise Them. New Ed. Revised, Enlarged five pints Cold water or milk,or part each,and bake immediately. Keep the batter Ina
and fully Illustrated. Cloth........................................;........ .....$1.25 cool place if not wanted for immediate use. This will produce seventy light and delicious
.. Orange Culture, Kev.Ed..............................................................'1.00 cakes,preferred by many to those made with yeast.
Oemler'H TrUCk Farming in the South....................... '.............,................. 1.50 Sold,by All Grocers.
Whitner's uarden'ng' In FloiIda... ...................v......................... 1-50
McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida................................................ ........ 4.00 GEO. V. HECKER & CO.,
I have all the Maps Rooks,etc.,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica 176 Bay Street Savannah,Ga,
Uon. Legal Blanks of every description.FLORIDA- .

OJSl.1.y. eg per 00"- Year. I .A Jersey Cattle Journal Pure and Simple.


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Boston and Savannah Steamship Co. .' '

Great Southern Freight and Passenger Route between New England and -

Georgia, Florida- Alabama, the'South and Southwest. ANDFERTILIZERS

First-Class Accommodations. ,
No Transhipment.Passenger. siNo Extrq, IlandLllns & "'VJL.L.I.A..1\I.I.: :: : : : : A.. :l3C>LTFl.EJ" ,

Cabin Passage, $20; Excursion $35.00; Steerage, S12, I, (Successor to J. E. Hart,) '
o. 20 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. ,
I I handle none but the Best and most Reliable:xpe-K; My new Catalogue will be sent free on
The superior .Steamships of this Company are appointed sail from application. Also, Wholesale (iw-nlerln

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



:; : ... .- :; I ; J. E..Tygert & Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers.

Guaranteed Analysis.

-u. .e. ; .....,.... -:"O;', ,.=,- Comprising ORANGE TREE and VEGETABLE

CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..............................................Thursday, Sept. SO,at 8:30 p. m MURIATE OF POTASH, SULPHATE POTASH,
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge..........................................................Thursday, Oct. 7,at 2:30 p. m NITRATE SODA
CITY OF MACON,,Capu Kelley...........,....................................Thursday, Oct. .Jat 7:30 p.m. KAINIT, ETC.
GATE CITY Capt, Hedge................_.?..Thursday, Oct. 21 J,at 1:00 p. m 27 tf
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.........................Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7:30 p. m Prices on application. Jnly
GATE CITY Capt. Hedge........... ............................................Thursday, Nov. 4, at 1:00: p.m
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.................................................Thursday, Nov. ]II I,at fi:00: p.m
GATE CITY Capt. ...Thursday, Nov. Ill,at 11:31\: a. m BRADLEY FERTILIZER CO.
CJTY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley..............................................Thursday, Nov 25, at 7:00 p.m ..
ATE CITY Capt. Hedge.........................................................Thursday, ))ec. 2,at 11:30 a. m "
CITY OP MACON Capt. Kelley................................................Thursday, Dec. 9,at 5:00 p. m OF BOSTON. ,
G ArE: 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 b '", Island Route. .

W. H RINu NIckerson's Wharf, Boston. Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.Result .
For Freight and,rooms apply to RICHARDSON & BARNARD, Agents, Savannah,Ga.
For Tickets apply to connecting lines.
HENRY R. CHRISTIAN. G.0 S.Agent. of Nine Years' Experience in Orange Culture. '

NORWAI.K. Fla.. September?, 1883.
SAVANNAH LINE. Having had nine years'! f xperience in orange culture in h li rM,and having tried various -
kinds of fertilizers I feel it my duty to m neighbor-flU) that yc UI:goods have proved of c
more value to me for orange trees than'any other fertilizer I have used. '
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OJI: : : E I have given Br dJey's c range "Tree Fertilizer and Fine Ground one a good test for two
years having used :your goods by the side ot o hers where I could' compare results. I shall
55 to 60 Hours Invest in no other, and cheerfully recommend 3 our uoods to the public. M. R. BEAN.


Altoiiiion, Florida Gardeners !

and -AND- Use Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer '. .'"

and Prepared especially for Florida' Truckers. '" ;, "
: Steamship Company.
OCALA, Fin.,September li, 188.5. .
The "Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer"which I btughi of)ou last season has given
(Central or 9O Meridian Time.) most excellent, results, and take pleasure in giving you this testimonial. I find this fertilizer -
to be just what it is represented,and I cannot speak too highly lis f vor. I want
Passage Rates Between Savannah and New Y same amount this' season t I'. O. EICHELBERQER.

FORT MASON, Fla., August 2-V18&5.
or from New York Cabin, 125; Steerage,12.50; Excursion (return trip),$43.50. We have used Bradley's Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and orange trees an 1 they
TJItf Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: .
Magnificent have given better satisfaction than any lertil'zers we u ed. NAVIES&TAYJXJR.

CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nlckerson..............................Monday, November 19:30 a. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett................Wednesday, November 3-11:00: a. m Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone. Bradley's Palmetto -
ATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catherine.....................................Friday, November 5- 1:00 p. m
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton.........................?....................Monday, *ovember 83:30: p. m A Phosphate, Bradley's Milphate of Potash,
TALLAHASSEE; Capt. Fisher........................................ Wednesday, November 10- 4:30: p. m Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc. .
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Nickerson...,...............................Friday, November 12- 5:30: p. m
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. II. C. DaggettMonday, November 15- 8:00:( )a. m .
CH ATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine............................Wednesday, November 179:30 a. m Send for Circulars. .
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton...................................................Friday, November 19-11:30 a. m GEORGE E. WILSON Slate Aent
TALLAHASSEE! Capt. Fisher.-........w..................................Monday, November 22- 3:00( p. m .
CITY OF AUGUkTA: !, Capt. Nickerson...........................Wednesday, November 4:30 p. m 50 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. H. C. Daggett.........................Friday, November 26- 6:00p. m -
ATTAHOOCHEE, Capt. Catharine................................Monday, November 298:00 a. m "'[ -
FOR. PHILADELPHIA. C> J" FI. :F'I ..A.v C> FI. :Jr: : E] '"
[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.]

DESSOTJG, Capt. Smith_.....................................................Saturday, November 62:00: p. m Orange Trees and All Kinds: of Vegetables.Natural "
J UNI ATA, Capt. -eo.........................................?..............Saturday, November 13- (i k30( a. m food for plant life Especially adapted to sandy sol's Anyone wishing to obtai *'
DKSSUOG) Capt. Smith,*,.*..*....<............................................Saturday, November 20-- 1:00 p. m a strictly good fertilizer will find it to hi* interest to try thin It'Is not a cone ntrated "
Jl/NIATA, Capt. -................_..................._......_..........Saturday November 27- 7:00: a. m chemical fertilizer, but a well manufactured Organic Compost. Thp eilect is permanent. .: ..
THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Price ( in Sacs ) 10.00 per Toil.

Send for Circulars. I have no agent Address
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) and GEO. 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
,Savannah.. For further particulars apply to

Pier No.35,North River,New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. ,
W. L.JAMES, Agent, 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia CHAKTKSTON, 8. C. ..
J. D. HASHAGENl Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida& Western Ry. Co.,L'Cl Broadway Y.
y to connecting line?. Asliely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.
H. R. CHRISTIAN, Geu'l Soliciting Agent.

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I and also used by the truckers near Charleston vegetables.. .. -
Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees,bananas etc ,
Ashley Dissolved Bones. Ashley Aeld Phosphate. '
A trst-class Academy for both sexes. Five courses: College Preparatory; Higher English .
.Normal; Business.\ Industrial .Drawing., First-class Art Fine Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish' Nitrate of Soda Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnit .
new \Idlngs, enabling us to furnlah board and tuition at reasonable rates. Muriate, Potash,Cotton Seed Meal,etc. ;!!'
Tha purpose of this Institution Is to give, In the delightful climate of Florida,as thoroughand :4'" '
liberal an education as can be secured in the best New England schools. For Almanacs and H'and Books, Agricultural Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kalnit :
Holland College will also receive' students of both sexes prepared to enter the Fresh- Floats,etc.,address ': .
urm Class. Send for Catalogue.J. :


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