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:
January 31, 1887
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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Cha W. -fita'i: Proprietors. Jacksonville Fla. Monday January 31 1887.' I Established I860.
A !i. : ( New Series; Vol. 7, No. 5.


HARLAN, HOTEL Stoves, Crockery, ,
I G. A. DREKA & CO., Proprietors.

Enlarged and improved. Capacity doubledin Tin-ware, C. S L'ENGLE China, CAPT. J. MINOT, Manager.

1886. Elegant new furniture Electric Bells, Chandeliers, DELAND, FLA.
etc. Tennis, Croquet, Billiards, Boating,etc. Granite Iron-ware, I Lamps
Table supplied with the best of everything. Accommodations for 135 Guests. SituatedIn
Oil Stoves, ANDCOMPANY the very center of the city,conveniently located -
Fresh vegatables from hotel garden every u ay Burners, Chimneys,
in the year. Milk in abundance 'from the Silver-ware. to Post 0 ffi ce.Telegraph office,Churches,
Irondequolt Dairy. I I I Gas Fixtures, etc. Surrounded by beautiful grassy grounds
House arranged for Lawn Tennis, Croquet and other
LAKE HELEN, VOLUSIA CO., FLA. Furnishings, :Freezers, outdoor amusements.A .

Five miles'from DeLand. Table Cutlery, Refrigerators, select Orchestra has been secured for the
Gate City Filters,
LAKE HELEN.The Fire Bates, S2.5O per Day and Upward.
I FLA. Dinner Tea and
JACKSONVILLE, \ Special Rates by Week or Month.
Blue Spring, Orange City and Atlantic
Railroad is now completed to Lake Helen, Baskets and Wooden-ware! !I. Toilet Sets. Hotel), Furniture and Fittings New. Hot
and daily train service has been put on, connecting and Cold Water Bath and Closet on each floor.
wlt.i all trains over the J.,T. & K. VV. I a..tieularttention Paid to Mail Orders. Electric Bells. All protection possible; against
By,and also St.Johns River steamers. Tour- Fire. Write. for particulars.
ists should not fall to take a trio over this
,route, passing as it does, directly across the W.T. FORBES. W. P. GIFFOUD. C. G. PEARCE. J. B. CHRISTIE,Attorney.
famous Orange Ridge of Volusla County, Real Estate and Loans.G.B.GRIFFIN&SON
at Its broadest and most attractive point, W. T. FORBES & CO. .
through'extenslve Orange Groves, past beautiful ,
lakes,elegant winter homes,over a well -
ballasted road-bed, broad gauge, heavy steel -
rails, elegant Pulman Cars, courteous! em-
ployees pleasure, trip and attractive.all that combines to make a Floriaa a R8a1State Exchan ana Law OIDcos.

This route,starting at Blue Spring Landing
on the St.Johns River,close by the celeb,ate I .
mammoth sulphur spring of this name upon and Sold in of Florida.
whose bosom the largest steamers could flint, Property Bought every County
In the midst of the tropical luxuriance of a
river hammock crosses the main line of th- Capital Invested, Loans Negotiated, Taxes Adjusted and Paid,
J.,T.& K. W. Ry, at Blue Spring Junction, Titles Examined. Legitimate Investments.
one mile from the river. Orange City, the Con\eyancinj:, Surveying,

next station, Is a growing, busy town, surrounded Send for our Real Estate Bulletin."
by extensive orange groves. From
thence to Lake Helen,the present terminus,
W. T. FORBES & Co.
we pass through a nark like pine forest, inter- Represntations Guaranteed.

and spersed winter with homes clear, and lakes connect, fine orange with the groves De- Abell Block, 32i West Bay Street, Jacksonville. Fla.

Land Extension of the same system just be-
fore reaching Lake Helen, the Villa City"of Ellis db Information cheerfully furnished.
South Florida. This is, without exception, ,
the prettiest town on the peninsula, and no REAL ESTATE BROKERS 50 West Hay Street, ,
pains have been spared or mistakes made, in J.\CKIi\OSVILLf.. -
making the most of Its natural attractions. Best selections in City and Suburban Lots,Orange Groves and Truck "Karms. Pine Lands,
Its commodious hotel, the Harlan House," Railroad and Government Lands, lovely Vlll M'es on the St. Johns River, etc.
with Its annexes, and the many attractive All business pertaining: to Real__Estate promptly attended to and: sat.siactlon! guarantee d. ( 75 West BayStreet t Jacksonville,
and elegant mansions and unique cottages. -- OFFICESVIndM< !" >r, Alachua County,
surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns, t Inverness Hernanclo County.
Clar1 's Cove c-"
and clustering around the blUe waters of Lake The : -- -- -

Helen. The balmy breezes which blow from .3 Myv R. N. E LLIS,C. E. A. 1-;.MCCLDRE,
Ocean and Gulf,and which at Its are not Inter- r o ew .. Arcnltect.
cepted, ameliorating the winter's cold and -- -" ;:: ...
tempering the summer's heat, making it the 00O a z =o= ELLIS &. McCLURE
healthiest and most comfortable spot on the C o>, 7 ':"O'CI.- > ,
continent either for a permanent residenceor ,., tOOlO. .* ,-. Q CI Architects and Civil Engineers
for a sojourn in either winter or summer. "- ,
.. ::: 00.. 3> 5)M ) Sg3 M Plans,Specifications and Estimates lor buildings
Don't 'Hiss It .. ;: "
Q erh 3c8 Ida s of all kind,Ranltary work,.eic.!
A trip through South Florida without a a I... .-;- $ : Rooms and 8 Palmetto Block llay Ht..
glance at this lovely country cannot but. be o I ". .... v 0. 3O r' > Is P.O. Box 785 Jacksonville, Fa.sEViLLE. .
unsatisfactory. cS r' ". n ... '. fjc _
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McCartney Hedge Rose Plants for Sale. "...'.1 : -< :. "3 0: (>) :. H a "" 09H : : : : : .
= s I : :oo IT2E s:: H This growing town is the principal station
A f / : I S'
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This Rose makes a handsome and perfectly g .
0)be. I 0. :s. on theJ.T.& K. W. Ky between Palatkaand
impassable fence; said to last an hundred 1 H 2 .. > t: 3 Sanford 83 miles foulh ol Jacksonville. It Is
Tears. Plants can be set until February, not a :>.. (04 :*$ >. 5 :. :. : 3 on the high pine ridge on the shores of Lake
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later. .rill., < :. 23 .Q : : t4 : Louise,and surrounded by A fertile and fettled
Address, M.O'NEILL, i!: o; : : : : ... Pg country. It has a coinpllete system oC
Fairbanks, Fla. : 5 CJI .Hc water-works and sewers in r p"ration.
.. H ta o5-fl; It Kr ;s.i.a; asooQ HOTEL, SEVILLE-
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Blackberry Plants and Grape VinesBy 0 = ::s' .a Containing public and private bathroom!*,
::s -Z-=..:0- .OJ.. .-....".1\.== ;toat billiard room. etc. II' managed by l\lr..1J.
w; CIS QlfJ a -- fA" CD 09rg Channel,late steward of the larendon Club,
Mall, postpaid,at lowest possible prices, ;
L -- O .Co Manchester England, under the general di-
and safe arrival guaranteed. The Grapevines Aa. 1 O .
o c *- -M rection ol the Seville Company.Lots
are tested Northern varieties,grqwn on fr.;. E= 5 and acre property fur ale on reasonable -
CIS terms. Settlers and and Investors are requested -
my own place from cuttings. For free price a> O CIr
<< to visit the town. Address
list and description, Sfe-VILLE: COM PANT Seville Fla.
addressW.. C. STEELE, Wightman & Christopher, State Agents,. Mason Young. President. 35 Wall St New

Switzerland,St.Johns Co.,Fla. Special terms.on appli atlon. Jacksonville,. Fla. York. R.B.or Mason,Bee &Treas.,Seville,Fla.


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.. new Peacu-Ridwell's Early-I believe to be the greatest acquisition to Florida in the
fruit line that has been brought to public notice in my 19 years' residence In the State,12
h CONTROLLING which I have been engaged in the nursery business. It was my ai It when the trees were
in fruit last spring to have all who could,call and see them and taste the fruit,well aware
3,000,000 Acres that the general public would prefer to have the verdict of such men as I name below to
the decis on of more interested parties. I respectfully refer you to

Mahlon Gore N. L Mills, Orlando Fla.; Capt.,. D.A. Irwin, Dr.C. H. Lanphers,Zellwood;
t! of the Richest Lands in the State.
J. Harkins Hiiliard PalaUa; W. O. Wright, Mt. Dora; Rev.T.W.\oor, Sanford; Levi
Risinger, P. Isaacs, Sorrento; Rev. H.J. Walker, Tangierine; Charles Phillips,Robert
Mills, t'bulusta; Rev.C.A. Lander,Messina.
Representing all the Owing to ill-health, I lust spring placed the distribution and sale of trees for the coming

I winter in the h nds of lUre James Hlott, Orlando, Fla.,to whom all or.lersand lettersof
;, irr .; ;, Disston (bmpinies, Inquiry should be addressed.

Kis3immee Land Company B. CHESNUTT. S.H.COLLINS.

---a- --= -.- -'Z---"' ... .-,,, AND Produce Commission Merchants,
''''firm*I.:. '2Y ?"" ----'' South Florida R. R. Go's Lands. Fruits, Vegetables!! Hides, Wool, JL to., '
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Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts, Hlh and Low Hammocks, first-class Pine Land for 99 Bay Street, SAVANNAH, GA.
Orange Oroves, and rich reclaimed lands for garden purposes. REFERENCES: Southern Bank State of Georgia I I Q nick Sales and Prompt Returns at Higher '
and the Commrcial Agencies._ | Market Prices.


Orange Groves, AND OIL STORE


. .,And Improved Truck Farms. Railroad Steamboat and Mill Supplier!l,DFALm Pure White TN Lead, Zinc and Colors;, Glass, Putty,
Varnishes Brushes, Plain anti Decorative Wall Paper, Doors,Sashes,Blinds, etc.
.Mixed Paints, all Shades and l'ulur-wrlte for estimate. i.ocks, Sash-
Weights:, Cord, Hinges, Screws,etc. Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement.
TOWN. LOTS IN KISSIMMEE, WEST KISSIMMEE AND PINE DALE. Cor. Whitaker. 1'iesldeiit and York Streets, - SAVANNAH, GA.

E. W.AGNEW, President. A. MCNTYRECashier.
... ,- Send for Price and Description List. ,
Correspondent: Mercantile National Bans,New York.
+ ; t 2 Collections in all parts of Florida promptly attended to.

Refer to this paper. Klsstmmee, Orange County, Fla. ,


LEESBUKO, Sumter County, Florida.
Correspo'tdents: Ambl.r, Marvin &Stockton,Jacksonville, Fla.; Rank of Manhattan Co., of the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida(without ice).
New York Clt; Melville: Evans&Co.,75 Lombard Street, London, England.A Reference: Our Acct Sales and check Saturday,for every shipment closed out that week.
general Banki t business s conducted. Accounts opened for depositors and collections
made. Money placed on mortgage for Investors. 1C Years X: t l>llslied.IftG .
REAL ESTATE UY.PARTHENT.-Correspondents:Stanylton&Co.,Fruitland Park,GardeniaP.
.,Sumter Co., Fla.,and 8 Delahay Westminster, London, England.Investors CrEi :PA.LME: : ; :Ft
Invited communicate ,
and :settlers to personally or by correspondence.DON'T
COmmissioa: : Merchant:

Reade Street, |I' FOR TIll! SALE I NEW YORK.

:: DOl IT.DON'T Fruits and Produce, Also Hide specialty., Furs, Honey, Etc. Florida Orange. a

References-Banking houses and principal shipp" rs throughout the State. Mind for Sten-
CUll and Market: quotations. Trl-weekly quotations! by telegraph to Times-Union: during
shipping season.FRUIT _


Garden, Field, or Grass Seed, Seed Oats, Rye and Barley, Seed TO THE CLIMATE OF FLORIDA, INCLUDING

Potatoes, The: Grange and :Lemon
in variety,other Citrus Friuts, i.eConte< and Keitter Pears Japan Plum<, Japan Persimmons
Or anything to plant before getting prices from PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY



J. R. ELLIS Pres. & Manager. Seed Growers and Dealers.Magnolia HELLEVIEW, MARION' CO., FLA.

, IHt. II. KMiIIT, Proprietor.
: Hotel
Belleview i* in the highlands of Marion county,on the F. R. & N. HalIre/ad,11)/)miles south
OCALA, FLA. Ocala. Its elevation Stud distance from rives and swamps ensures a dry atmosphere and
freedom from fogs. Table first-plas*. Northern cooks. AH the Florida fruits and vegetablesin
New Blanageineiit. First-Class in Every Respect. Prices Reduced. their season. This place is especially: commended:: to iho..e of the invalid class,and others
Commodious Sample Rooms. MRS. L. C. SCRANTON, Manager. who fleslre all the comforts of a Northern home. Skillful medical attention wnen needed.
----- Terms on application._ __ __ ___


Our new Catalogue of Rare Exotic: Plants, and general Nursery Stock,is now ready. No.313 North Water Street, Philadelphia.

Price, 15 cents, Postpaid. Specialties : NOUTIIKIO FRUITS AM VCGKTAIILES.
Consignments solicited. Returns made on day of sale, except for small shipments.
(Mailed tree to all customers.) (Refer to H. F'. Dutton ts. REASONER BROS., J.T. 'Vofford, Fort)Mason t la.: F.C. Austin.Orange City to la. A.C.esteen Osteen t'la.;
Manatee First National Bank, Cainden,N.J.; W. P. CIsde& Co., t'hlladelpbta; Ocean Steamship Co.:
Florida. Phlla. Omc_ l)} on._A. anale,Charleston,S. C.; A. H.Champion Savannah: Ga.

::1:.... -vv. SJ HEF&M.A.N': C CO.,

;::,;.. General Commission MerchantsAND

Great Reduction in Prices OF FLORIDA ORANGES,
12i: Clinton Street Boston.

REFERENCES: A.Manville,Jacksonville; L. L.Newsome, Crescent City; B. F.Whit-
UNTILPCTOBER ner, Fort held ; ReLyman Phelps,Sanford; C. W.Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Fouth National
Bank Boston.
When we will remove to Nos.44 and 46 West Bay street. Call at once and obtain our reduced Washington or Riverside Navel Orange.
prices: before purchasing.
F. E. BOGUE & GO. I can furnish the genuine Washington Navel Buds,sent to me in tin cans from Riverside .
California. Also dormant buds MARION COUNTY NURSERIES,Ocala, Fla. .
Nos.: 26i and 28 Ocean street,City. E. B.JORDAN, Proprietor.

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President. Cashier. KISSI3XIMEE: :

KISSIMMEE CITY BANK, Real Estate Agency.


Healthy Lands: Low Prices:?!
CAPITAL :30,000.
Kissimmee offers the best chances for set-
& Commission House.
Forwarding uers in Florida. It is the coming district aaill
Transacts a general Banking business. who know the Sate testify. There is Big:
Money for investors in Town Lots.

Oranges Direct from the Groves for Sale by Single -
Buys and sells Exchange. Letters of Credit High Pine and Ha mock LandAt

Box or Oar-Load. cashed. reasonable prices.
Has f correspondents in all the chief towns Aiso good land for Truck Farming. A few
of Florida,also Seaboard Natt nal Hank an imail Bearing Groves on tracts of from
" :arc cl-u.ce .A.1sc>. Messrs.C. Al. Whitney&Co., New York.In Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
Great BrItain: The Hank of Irelan These Groves are easily enlarged,and afford
All necessary facilities for handling Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops. Royal Hank of Scotland, Hank of JJriti'i a good, start. Correspondence solicited.
North America and Melville, Evans & Ci.

,0 Packages suitable (for shipping the above products both made up and In the flat always on London AVJ1. HOMWELL.
band and for sale; also other Growers'supplies,such as Hoops, Wrapping Paper,etc. -- -------- Kissimmee,Orange Co.,Fla.
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Location the best, viz: 7

Circulars and Stencils on application. O. R. TIIATCIIER,

; SEEDS Manager,
,g t1

San Mateo, Putnam County, Florida.


)7aesv !I/k naa/pJ : AMfi &t" t/rvf Send Vl"gptab f'new, 1r Flrwer.Illustrated I-"le'' I Catalogue

<< : L: Plants Bulbs, Implements.F ., S E E D S The best varieties of the Orange and Lemon
and other Citrus Fruits.

(!3owIc t (c9)lcfrto1) Gowit j "tYY"VAOn7Rr HIRAM R E E neglect by mall SIBLEY wilting 0" application.for ir.&. CO.Don't, duction.Choice varieties of the Fig,of recent Intro

Rochester, N. Y. Chicago, III. The Cattley Guava,both the Red and Yel
:i!!-:::;( K. Main St. 1211 N. Clark Ht low.

o S Cep's O++46oPve i ertt ; t oO& <
b J A.N.DOBBINS& BRO the soil and climate of Florida.

The Japan Plum,varieties of the Mulberry
1vj tot'bvfJ Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes,Pecans,etc.

'.g; 1 j-Cataloguo free on application.
m e e1r
HEJ.'EREscES-Crosby.1: :Gowen.Han Mateo;
?? Hon. u. W. Lyle, San Mateo; W. J. Webb,
Pslslka.N .

] ew :J:=>>1an.: "tS.

a ((9t Thw4'cril( ar cC.tt30LQJOfl). wU _

Recommended for Florida.

j'mpo\"lt { 1'I\ic')1-.S; tr JVcrmv: yr q. Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Cutters,

Walnuts of Commerce; Hind's Paper Shell,

44 W. Forsyth St., Op.St.Johns Hotel l. Projperturiens; Japan Plums, Adriatic Figs,

John ::w ldJ.Ge T' f 1\QY.\ T8 St.SAVItJA"Jm.f .1 JACKSONVILLE, - FLORIDA Olives, Pomegranates,Roses,and many other
novelties. Everything healthy and free from
Qnnemithing done in all its branches. scale. Everything reliable. Send for cata-

84eLJa4A2/ IRON SAFE WORK logue, free. Pamphlet on Fig Culture 10
cents. Many plants can be sent by mall.
.n''''i.l) stFfl on "lfpn.n Putting,by mail.
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on hand and fnr sale a large stock of fine PA l IN E'S PATIONT PKOUESS
tl1) D. M. FERRY & CO. Fur Curing Orange and Leiiioiifi
Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees. j). are admitted to be the
2 a We are now prepared to sell the right to use
I LARGEST SEEDSMEN the for Curing Oranges and Lemons
Slocks five and buds one, two and three years old. All the leading; named varieties; well "S1 I..:::I a \ in the world. in two process days M>that they will keep for months
grown and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees,Hoses, etc. Send for '" D.M.FERRY&GO'SIlla
in state, packed in the u>ual
a perfect way
descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhere.L. ....g .trst.ii. ()". send for descriptive Circulars.
IV. LH.MY: &: CO., Cllra Marion: { o. "'III.. i :f' rrlpU'..&I'rlt.d
_--- -_ ____ ____h____-____ __-___ __- ___ ___,__ __ ___ k SEED ANNUAL Florida: Fertilizing: Co.,
For 1887 E.T. PAINE, President.
:E3en.ryl3ayer: : cue SOn., +t" n w. I will be mailed Jacksonville,8 West Bay St.
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iMPOUTHl OF FREE to alls

; Bananas Cocoanuts and Oranges -s----. applicants to last season's and
customers !
I without ordering SibJ.l on application.dS

APPLES POTATOES, ONIONS Etc., i. til.Invaluable Every : Y RLE&CHICAGO Y & CO..,
Consignments of Florida Oranges solicited. Highest market prices and prompt account of .iti& ton using Gar- - -- --- -----
sales. II Eft; 11 Y KAY Ell &: >O.\, den. Field or
215 hast Bay.Charleston 8. C
tend for it.Address

-- The Proprietors of the
Wi) Album Verses,
Safe Deposit Sufb. GIVEN AM It funny Love and
Vpen Dally (Sundays and Leal!; Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Marriage sc nes, ] Pensacola Greenhouses & Nurserieswould
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. m. to 5 p.m.
Fortune"Kuriu8".Love-letters, 12 Interesting
Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per Year. Games, 2 Beau Catchers, I Magic announce that they are now fully org -
DOUBLE COMBINATION AND TIME LOCKS. Age Tab'et, the Language of Flowers, and nlzed and prepared for business, with a
200 samples of New Goods that will fill your large and extensive stock in all department,
w. N. RAKER, Cashier. HENRY A. DENGLE, Malinger. pockets with Gold. ALL, SENT FREE for and with a Managing Partner of 25 years
.. only 13c. to help pay postage, etc UNION practical experience as Florist, Nurserymanand
SUPPLY AGENCY: HOT 322, Phllad'a Pa. Landscape Gardner, and a full stan of
The: Altamonte: : Hotel: : KfThis is the Biggest Offer ever made by( practical assihtanto in all departments.The .
and all readers should lake
Reliable our
ALTAMONTE STATION, ORANGE CO., FLA. advantage of it AT ONCE-Eti. Manager,who Is a practical Landscape
Gardener of 25 years experience, will bepleased
FRANK: A. FRAN, Proprietor.Of --
;! to consult with any lady or gentle-
( the Twin Mountain,House, White Mountains,N. H.) xoozMy man In regard to the Improvement and embellishment
of their grounds, and will furnish -
beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are plans und specifications lred.
"SAN MATEO NURSERIES. perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and
always handy to tell tht day of week, monthor Send your name and address on a postal
card for new illustrated Catalogues ofth
A full.llne; of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and) Winter planting. year.Too costly to give away Twill mall one to departments. AddressFENSACOLA

Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees oi all sizes. anybody sending me a nickel to help pay advertising
postage, etc. You need one and GREENHOUSES AND
Send for Catalogue. should send soon! before all are gone.JAMES NURSERIES,
San Mateo,Fla. Seed Grower,Madison, Ark. Pensacola,Fla.

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JACKSONVILLE TO NEW YORK: Rates of Freight Always Given.
Direct connection at Fernandina with F.U. & N.lly.
The magnificent Iron Steamships of this Line will sail from t .
PERNAN IINA. FL*., for NEW YORK,alter arrival trains 1y
from Jacksonville, Cedar Key, Orlando and other points In This Lineoffers to the Traveling Public and Shlpoers of Vege-
South Florida.CARONDELET. I tables and Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to New

Capt. John Risk.. .,. .. .Thumlav, Feb. 3 York..
CITY OF BAN ANTONIO, Capt. Wilder Thursday, Feb. 10 Through Tickets and ;Staterooms:: secured In advance at
OARONTDELET, Cat t. John Risk. ... Thursday, Feb. 17 z -- all points in Florida.
CITY OF HAN ANTONIt t, ( Wilder .Thursday, Feb.'U g-Tralns leave F. R. & N. Co'Main Depot, foot of Hogan
CARONDELET, Capt.John Risk . ..Thursday, Mar X street. at .05 p m and 5.00 p in, on sailing days, connecting
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. Capt. Wilder. ..Thursday, Mar. 10 with Steamships at Fernandina. .
CARONDEi.KT. Capt John Risk .... .... Thursday :Mar. 17 45-For Tickets and State-rooms and further information,
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Capt. Wilder ..Thursday, Mar.21& apply to

R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Fernandlua, Fla. A. H. CRt'PPEN, Gen'l Traveling Agent. J. M. CUTLER. Pass. Agent,75 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla.



Business Lots and Stores. 220. 2-acre lot on Central avenue,cleared 86. 160 acres 30 cleared;700 orange trees, 31. 40 acres on Lake Fairview,5 acres
No. and fenced,house of 9 rooms,stable, 'I 125 bearing! ; 1,200 nursery trees, figs, cleared and fenced, containing 250
good water; terms easy; price......... 2,600 I bananas, Japan plums, Peen-To orange trees, 5 years old, situated
451. Lot on Church street, 25x150 feet. peaches Chinese cherries, 100 alongside the T.,0..&A.R.R.,
Very cheap........................................ $1,300 t I vines,10 varieties mangoes and grape oth- ter mile from depot; house quar-of 5
211. Lot on Church street, 55x140 feet. er tropical fruits; 80 acres of this room, cost$1,000; price.................... 3OOC
182. Lot on Pine street, 27xl20 feet. New house of 5' rooms; prIce............ 1,600 tract is first-class hammock and
Office of 3 rooms, price.... ................. 2,500 I fronts the lake for mile 4-room 453. 19,000 acres of land within tf miles of Or-
one ,
lando, for 81.25 to$10 per acre. Don't buy
416. Half interest in lot 53x150 feet, two 108. %acre lot on Main street, two-story cottage, the whole enclosed with until you have seen these lands.
wire fence in
stores, and restaurant, 16 rooms house of 6 rooms, nicely finished. county and only five place miles Orange from 97. 1,200 acres on Lake Jessup, 2 miles from

above the stores, rented for 8165 per Small nursery and a few trees in Orlando price................................. 12,000 I Geneva, pine and hammock; S&50to&i
form price.............................. 2,500 ;
month; price-.................................... 4,500 grove ; per acre.
91. 300 acres, 190 hammock, 120 acres in I 457. 40 acres choice hammock land,2 miles
417. Lot Z7Xxl50 feet on Church street, 227. Lot on Central avenue 100x200 feet, grove form, on south side Lake I from Geneva,for$J5 per acrecheapatIOQ.
store below, office rooms above. house of 5 rooms,well finished,near Apopka, 12 miles from Orlando,2 Hickory trees 2 to 4 feet in diameter, cabbage -
Now renting and paying handsomely the business part of the city; price. 3,000 miles from Ocoet'; railroad survey I M palmetto and magnolia trees are
; price.................................... 4,500 through the farm, steamboat land. I numerous.
on the property; well adapted to
'418. Lot on Pine street,22XxOO feet; store 269. Corner lot on Church street,200 yds. vegetables,corn,etc.;good barn and NOTE.-We have some very cheap lands in
20x33 feet, 4 rooms above; price....... 2,650 from S. F.depot. House of 1 rooms. stable house of 6 room; price......... 50,000Or the counties of Volusla, Brevard, Hernando,,
Nearly an acre of land; for only..... 3,000 will sell 80 acres, 30 hammock, Hilsborough,Polk and Snmter; price,SI to toper ;
19. Lot and store,adjoining First Na- with 16-acre bearing grove for......... 16,000 acre. We also have large tracts of well
tional Bank, rented for 975 per 138. \i acre on South street. House of 2 This property will pay better than timbered lands In Polk and Hernando counties -
month;- price.-..............?............. 4,500 rooms; price...................................... 450 S100f acres.

We have upwards of One :Million Dollars worth of choice property on our books and cheerfully furnish any information concerning it. Write for particulars.

LEWTER & BCACHAfflr, Orlando, Fla.


The Only Exclusively Grocery HouseDOINGA



The Trade throughout the State appreciate the fact that I handle Groceries exclusively.All .
my energies are directed in one line.
(t claim to be able to offer special Inducements in each of the following Departments.



I n high grade Roasted Coffees, I offer Chase & Sanborn's goods-too well known to need comment. All the cheaper grades'at manufacturers' prices, freight added. Special attention
IB given to selection of Teas- packed in 5 and 10 lb. Caddies from 20 to 75 cents per pound. I carry the finest line in the State. J.E.Burns' Co.,of Philadelphia, manufacture my Spices, andthey
: are sold at Factory Prices Absolutely pure goods are ground by our Spice Mills and Dulsey Engine."


Department Is complete-not only staple and standard goods-but the very finest California. goods of all kinds. I keep everything that Is put up In a can; the variety
ii wonderful,as this is an age noted for canned goods. Large consignments are made to me, with instructions to sell at factory prices, with freights. I am In a position to sell as low as
anyone,anywhere,and much lower than many of my competitors.


Qreatcare Is exercised here. I have one of the largest refrigerators in Florida for storing these goods. By purchasing in large quantities in August, September and October, I;can set
at New York prices without freight, and still make a handsome margin on the usual rise in these goods in the fall. The great quantity shipped dally is proof of its success.


I handle Potatoes,Onions and Apples, In large quantities. I don't aim at selling cheaper than all others, but do try to sell superior goods; all, therefore, are guarantee
I don't handle cabbages as a


The superior excellence of the celebrated. "Snow Drop" patent Flour needs no comment; it Is used all through the State, and recognized as the King among Fine Flours." 1 handle
cheaper grades at low prices. Grits and meal are sold at a margin of 5 per cent. net. Sugars and meats are handled on a margin that would send one "over the hills to the poorhouse.*
. if alone a living was dependent upon them.
t -


Figs, Dates, Prunes, Table Nuts, Raisins, Citron, Currants,.Cherrls: Evaporated Apples, Fancy Candy, Cranberries,.LemonsJFancy Crackers, etc. {. f .'

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result, and states one cent apiece is make Florida his home, can remove A Farming Population Needed.In .

Floridiana.FLORIDA considerably above the average priceto here with the comfortable feeling that a late article urging the landed

be got. Allowing( that he has at 1 he has an assured income awaiting: (corporations of establish an

FOR ENGLISHMEN. least 1,000 trees on the twenty acre, him. ]immigration society and inauguratean

___ this would give 185 oranges to each: Another way is not to net out a groveat j organized effort to bring actual set-

tree, and no doubt were this a proper ; all, but rather to select a healthy j tlers into the State, Colonel W. P.
Orange Culture for Profit-A Reply estimate we might well exclaim asl; locality: go to an honest land agentof ]Forbes says: "Florida's most important -

to Mr. Hastre. Mr. Hastre does: "Is the same worth which there are, I am glad to say (not- needs at present are not more
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: the candle." Facts however demonstrate what has been said to
withstanding railways, or hotels, or winter tourists, .
Your reference in your issue of 17th that a healthy bearing grove the contrary), many in Florida, and or land companies, or churches and

of January, to the letter of Mr. Ber- will yield at least 1,000 oranges to the from his list of numerous places for schools, or better government, or

narde Hastrein the"Field" tree, and that such can readily be soldon sale select according to capitalmaking lower taxation, or wider advertising,
newspaper the trees without any expense of allowance for) home and other expenses or more enterprising business men, or
prompts me to send you a communication packing or shipping at one cent -a grove already set out andas better hotel keepers or better soil or

on the subject, especially as I had apiece. These facts materially alter nearly in bearing as possible. In climate, or better fruits and vegeta-

within one month no less than three the answer to Mr. Hastre's ques niiinv, cises I know of, for :in outlayof bles, or the better opinion of the world

copies of said production sent me by tion.Ten $3,000 or $4,000, such can be had, at large, or better fish and oysters, or

different parties in Great Britain, ask- acres of land i is all any man which will pay five to ten percent. en more) game for the sportsman, or more
with moderate means needs for culti- the amount within a year. No man attractive scenery. In all these re-

ing whether Bernarde Hastre was en- i. vation. Suppose he buys forty acres::; without previous knowledge can set spects she already has acknowledgedpre

titled to be looked upon as an author- and improves ten, he will likely, on out a grove and bring it info bearingat eminence and her location and

ity. I replied in each case that I did I account of his own improvements, get anything like the price he can buy climate and productions are such thatno

not know Mr. Hastre personally, but more for the remaining thirty acres (one at, and it is a fact that those who other State in the Union can suc-

from his letter in than originally paid for the whole, and | j jso have already: brought a grove into cessfully com ete with her if we sim
judging my opinion,
he not but had his have the land for nothing. Five bearing confess they could do it a ply maintain our ground. The great
was evidently got
information mostly at second hand. I acres set in good trees and well cared second time for one half the cost of the need of Florida to day the one thing,

also mentioned rstouishincntat the for is better than} twenty or thirty first. This account for( the desire of required to assure her permanent pros-

taken by"many my badly mangled. Several groves of such to sell, and is the principal reason perity, is more farmers.
position newspapers::; in
Great Britain, as \\vll as America, of only five or six acres kept in a high why so main groves are in the "Many whose knowledge of Floridais
hitter and state of cultivation are the best paying market. limited or superficial do not thinkof
ignorant opposition' to
Florida and ; that concerns-ill Florida. Vide the Florida is no place for a man witha it as a f farming State. They have
my surprise they
should publish articles! and letters run- leer grove of six acres-550 trees, family and without capital, or for a been taught to regard it as a fine State

ningitdowu without taking the troubleof the crop! of which in 1883-4 was I man unwilling to work ; and these f for winter visitors, and for the cultiva-

examining into the competence of 5,000 boxes or nearly ten boxes to the two things arc at the bottom of tion of tropical fruits, but are ignorantof

the write the sub tree. The net income was a little over the disappointment that many havelied the undeveloped wealth hidden un-
party writing, to on
his Mr. Hastre $10,000 and th total expense $1,000. iu Florida, and the reason der its farming lauds and I am
ject. By own showing
has "never planted and never intends The tendency with pe pie settlingin of many of the hard knocks Floridahas ashamed to say that there are among

planting an orange tree." His letteris Florida i is to buy too much land, received. In the words of the my acquaintances, men, some of them
into detail. I shall and so become land poor, not retain- late lamented General Grant, Flor- born in Florida, and others whom I
too long to
only be able go to notice some of the ing sufficient money in hand for im ida "to (day affords the best open could name resident here for many
of provements. ing in the world for( yours;; men of years, who ought to know better, who
leading points same. "
small means and great industry, and do all abroad
they can to spread the
He seems to infer that there is no Excellent orange land can be had
I believe there is no place in the same opinion. Such men are enemiesto
at fifty dollars acre, within
possibility making a living by orange per easy
world where with
at present a man Floiida's best interests.
reach of transportation, supplies etc.
culture, and yet in the same ,
increase it. As
capital can so rapidly *
breath acknowledges that some fortu- and should the settler buy ten acres at THE FARMING LANDS.
to Mr. H.'s answer to the question,
that price it should not make a great "For than five I have
nate owners are netting twenty, thirty I[ "How then are bona, fide settlers tot more years
and forty thousand dollars per vear hole in his capital. Five acres set out I! had to conduct important landed enterprises
I make a living :? I must give him
by the sale of their fruit. Many in orange trees is sufficient, and as to !j credit for givin SOIIH excellent ad I in this State. I was obliged
the toil its cultivation, one man with his horse) have
would gladly go through privation vice. As to his word of warning in to nearly 12,000,000 acres (all
and he of plough and cultivator can do all the I| the State land
anxiety speaks even closing, hoover, I should be glad to ; reported upon by in-
if such were necessary to attain so work. The remaining five acres if! spectors. I have had hundreds of
know the and addresses of
names a .
desirable a result, and in fact, do so suitably chosen can be used not only i thousands of acres of other lands inspected -
few out of the hundreds of
elsewhere, in innumerable cases with for building on, but to set out a gar- "who will orange board and have personally: visited
out ever attaining it. Why the small den of vegetables and small fruits I and growers besides gladly give and inspected a great portion of the
lodging a salary to any
fortune he speaks of as spent in wages which pay well, even according to :i j decent white man who wants to State myself, and I assert that thereis

and cultivation is to be regretted when Mr. Hastre's own :state: uents. |II'j gain experience." I believe I can hardly a State in the Union, which

the net income is so handsome, and There are several I ways:; to escape fill of vacancies has a less percentage of laud unfitted
;::1.Score/ or two such
what the anxiety which makes it a the long and tedious wjiit till a grove j!! with Englishmen and Scotchmen: who i fur profitable farming than the Stateof

hard-earned income, other than that comes into beariu/, which seem to'' have applied to me on this subject.The Florida, and further, that the
which falls to the lot of farmers in any' "have escaped Mr. Havre's:) observations excellent operations of the larmer who will devote in this equable

country, Mr.\ Hastre too not inform() and which I may mention. Oueis Florida Fruit Growers' Association climate the same amount of labor and
He of the of laud for in Great Britain t-'se-' well selected
us. complains cost persons or have already removed the difficulty money expenditure to a
in Florida much than where desirous If farm in Florida which he would de-
being so higher ( owning an orangegrave Mr.[ H. complains of in marketing
of arable laud] in other States but Florida and business iu Northern State
that in having a the fruit, and since his letter was pub vote to any can
forgets() that while the extent of arable or situation Nt home, instead of lished a marked reduction has been realize cash profits much greater per

land in the State is almost unlimited, giving:; up such and coming out hereto made in the freight! on oranges, whichis acre here than there."

good orange land is limited indeed,and I the toil and labor inseperable from likely to be still further reduced as Notwithstanding this Col. Forbs deplores -

that whereas hundreds' of acres must such an undertaking, and having to railroad competition increases. I ven- the fact that farmers have not

be purchased in the one case, five or face the question of making a livingin ture to prophecy also that before longwe yet come in any great numbers, which

ten acres is sufficient in the other. the interval, is to buy five acres of shall have fast sailing vessels, sail- he attributes to the lack of authentative -

Mr. Hastre goes into a long and land, which hecan have cleared and ing from Fernandina for Glasg"w, information. uncertainty of such

elaborate statement as to the nature of set in trees at a moderate figure by Liverpool and London, supplying the a venture, and the expeuee incidentto

Florida lands, and then gives an account trustworthy persons in Florida. Retaining European markets with Florida or- personal inspection. He urges the

of the operations and expenses his position at home, he can anges, where their unequalled excel importance of establishing an agency

attendant upon setting out an orange send out the yearly amount necessaryfor lence will secure for them the highest which shall supply these deficiencesand
grove. He takes a twenty acre groveas its care, fertilizing and cultivation, : place. enable the settler to obtain eligi-

to the basis of operations, and after which he will hardly feel. At the Htion MACGALLUM, ble lands at I less cost than he could

giving his estimate of the cost of bring- end of six years he will have a grove Solicitor, hope; to do individaally, and at the

ing such into bearing, he calculates a yielding a handsome return for his (Late of Scotland. same time reduce the expense of reach-

yearly crop of 185,000 oranges( ail the outlay, and should he then desire to t.a; wand KeHl, Eetate Office,Winter Park}Fl* inK hi* new home.






It is a matter of regret that our age weight 5 ounces ; light orange than one acre his crop might be considered Does it Grow in Florida?
State government is so blind to the in- yellow. Keeps very late, and is not u profitable one, even by Florida In
terest of the commonwealth in this in eating condition until Novemberor orange r wers.t. C. 3. my unfailing Alden's Cyclopedia
matter, but inasmuch, as it is hopeless December. Tree upright and rapid January 20, 1881. see the "Forbidden Fruit" men
to Jook tiun{il. Has been introduced into
to o;'r Hate government, the grower.HACHEYASynonymsYomato.
work must be done by the individual Im i Pruning* Southern Europe from China, has

effort of those most interested, namely perial. Usually oblong and acute I Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: broad, tapering, pointed leaves ; leaf

the.lare land holder, and we hope it apex ; 2J by 3 inches long. Perfectly Will you, or some of your cor- stalks winged ;; fruit large, somewhat
will be undertaken at an early day. globular specimens are. however, quiteas t respondents, please answer the f ,'low- pea haped, greenish yellow, very uneven -
numerous as the former. Keeps! ing questions through the columns of surface, having around its base a
very late: :the DISPATCH : circle of deeper depressions: not unlike

Croce and Orchid HYAKUME-Synonyms, Pound, Dai 'At what season would you prune its the marks of teeth, to which it owes
Ddi-Iaru, Tanenashi, Seedless, etc off the loiter branches and tbiii out name. "Jlind is chief'edible part,

Large, globular, deep orange red, average inside of top of sctdlingtiees: from ten acid thick,but tender, melting, pleasant." Pulp
little of it.
Japan Persimmons. 3 inches in diameter, weight (6 J to fourteen years old ? Tees. are ,
(Diospyros Kaki:) ounces. Keeps late. Nearly always bushy, and never been pruned to To many who, like myself, are fond
seedless. speak of. of the rind of the citrus family, as far

BY P. J. BERCKMAN8, AUGUSTA, GA. KABOKUME Very large, round, If done just before( tries start in as we dare be, this would be a great

It is almost impossible to give an somewhat flattened. 2I by 3 inches, spring, what effect will it have on acquisition. Can you, or any of your
accurate nomenclature, owing to the average weight 10 ounces. Keeps this year's? crop of fruit? Will it increate readers, inform me if it be known in
confusion which exist in the collec- late. Nearly always seedless. or diminish the quantity ? Florida, arid observed characteristics: ?

tions imported from Japan. These MAZETTI Synonym, Miyotan. F. N. HOUTOX.Hraldentown Botanical name Citros Paradisi.

collections seldom contain more than Round, or slightly oblong, slightly Flu.t January Zi, 18S7. T. 1'[. THORPE.

twelve varieties; yet, when the trees ribbed, orange red. Average weight We prefer to prune orange trees The > 4 Plum
bear fruit, the same name is often 5 J ounces. Very prolific and dwarf immediately after gathering the fruit, Kelsey Japan so genera -
found to apply to several distinct varieties growth. Keeps late.O'KubIESynonym. but should like to have the opinion of I ly introduced last year, has madea
has several others on this point.ED. very satisfactory growth. Where
or one variety
Oblong, Hya-
budded on to native plum stocks they
names. The best and most distinct kume Mikado -------- -----
etc. Large! by 3!
The Satsuma. have done even better than the origi-
varieties have been included in this inches ; oblong ; deep red ; nearly always -
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: nal roots. Reliable parties who have
list, and with such synonyms added seedless; keeps late; good
Have of readers had this fruit in Florida thatit
experience grown report
any your
thereto as have been ascertained after ZINGI=The smallest of the list
; similar to mine regarding ripens between August 15 and September
several years' trial, and while no nearly globular 2 inches
; average
; satsumas? I sent a couple of boxes, 15. Has a small stone. Threeto
claim is laid to strict the I dark
accuracy quite ; very sweet and
five uf these
and selected
carefully plums
packed to a weigh a pound.
aim has been to reach the latter rich oductive
as ; very p ; matures during
commission house in New( York of They are firm and ship well. When
near as posssble.All October dwarfKo.TsuRHEOblong
; growth good standing( I believe, during ripe they are extra luscious. When
the varieties in the
are hardy and with
Christmas week and had advices evaporated exceed of
to com-
any prune
middle and coast regions, and occasionally very sharp apex ; 2 by 3 inches long ;
day that "they will not sell althoughof merce. Buds hear when one or two
in the mountain flesh dark
region. very prolific ; brown ex-
delicious flavor but old and fail to have
buyers want years a heavy
The fruit is usually of a bright cellent.
such goods from appearances." The crop. A f food< as well as a luxury.
red or the color MINOKAKI with
vermilion -
orange Oblong, acute
commission merchants added ''they They can be planted between young
being more or less intense and
accordingto fleshy
apex protuberance abase t
felt there would trees and will
sure never grow a orange pay a good profit
variety ; and begins to color when size 3 inches 2
; average long by
demand for them unle couldbe before the bear. Several of
n t they oranges
half grown, but should be allowed to inches in diameter. Dark vermilion
; "
grown a blood red, and advised 1 our citizens have already planted them
hang the tree'until before often sets second
upon just a a crop during Au "
"to bud into this and will do
me trees season
my nn orange. many more so.
frost is expected, or in the case of gust. Foliage long, and narrower C. B. H. --i1I Gazelle.
early ripening varieties when than of the varieties." canopy
any preceding .
January:J!9! 18S7."White
soft. If gathered before a frost, thereis The e itor of the Horticultural Art t e :Mr. M. H. Stone, says the Orlando
a slight astringency next to the Journal, to whom the above waswritten Adriatic Fig. Reporter, has a lemon tree on his placeat
skin but this after Pine Castle, which was killed by
disappears being says : Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
kept in the house for a few days or "Now that there is so much interest I have just read an article in your t the freeze oue year ago this month.
weeks. If allowed be manifested in this The original tree WS1.S one and a half
to slightly fruit, we give Mr. paper on figs. I will give you my ex
touched by frost, the flavor is much Berckmans' remarks in full. .The perience with the White Adriatic Fig inches thick at the ground and five

improved, but it'will not keep many communication was accompanied by In February '86 I got ten rooted fig feet high. It was sawed oft'at the
days. It is therefore desirable to specimens of nearly all ofiihe above, cuttings by mail from Gustav Eisen ground last March, and duringthe
gather the fruit before frost if in which we kept in our office for fromone Fresno, Cal. Some of them grew foury first week in May a number of

tended for keeping, and then some va to three weeks. All were ver feet high, three of them bore fruit, one sprouts started from the stub. From
rieties will keep until January or Feb handsome and beautiful, and trees had ten, one twelve and one fourteen time to time all but one of thse stubs

ruary. The flesh is soft, rich and I laden with such fruit must be very figs, and most of them matured. I were broken off. The one remaining
sweet, and with a slight apricot flavor. enchanting. gave some to parties here in town, is now thirteen feet in height, the
The fruit should be eaten with a -.- they pronounced them very good.J. length of its limbs thirty feet, and has
spoon.Some. Fig Culture. TKAUI; been in. bloom for two weeks.

varieties are apt to overbear,, The description of the worm said to Umutillu, Fla., Jun .1:9,.1SS7. Considerable of a boom exists in

and should have the fruit thinned so be found, at some stage; of its growth, Deedening Archer in the planting of the Black
vs. Clearing.
soon as set in April.) in all imported dried figs, is the reverse Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: .11 am burg and other subtropicalgrapes.

Trees are propagated mainly by of appetizing. However, while they In 1884-5, I put out ten acres in About one thousand vines
grafting upon the collar of the roots i, are making a good marketable articleof t orange trees, three and! /four years old. have been imported from California
and upon the native species. Seedlings dried figs in California without the j Five acres were cleared of everything.All and are being rapidly set in vineyards,
in size and aid of this as well as the large number that Mr
vary shape quality, worm, we need not worry the trees were cut and burned and l -
but as the larger proportion are male about its not having been introducedinto the taken :Merion\ Smith, the pioneer of this fruit
: on
stumps:; part were out.
plants, which are fruitful], apt to pro Florida. As we do not have the The other five acre were left with in that locality, has propagated and

duce small and worthless fruit, very rainless summer of California, we could 1 about forty trees standing to the acre. sold..

little reliability can therefore beplaced not dry figs by the heat of the sun in On the five acres cleared, all the trees, The orange-shipping: business of
upon seedlings so far as yielding the open air, but would be compelled] I in the freeze of last January, were Gainesville is gradually waning, although -

edible fruit.AMONGRound. to use evaporators. These are expensive badly damaged-most] of them killedto [1 lItany boxes are -vet being
flattened, deeply but aside from their first cost, the the ground, and some killed roc I transferred. The bulk ofthe crop,
ribbed, dark orange red ; diameter labor and expense necessary to dry a and all. On the five acres where th itn ite however, has been delivered and sold
three inches by,three and a half; average crop in this way would be considerablv trees were left standing very f few everlost it"t in the Northern markets.

weight seven ounces, althoughspecimens less, while the product would be far their leaves, and only three The number of Columbia county

weighing sixteen ounceshave superior.The killed to the ground. Since that time farmers who will plant tobacco next
been produced. Very sweet, and crop reported by Mr. Stewart t, with the same culture and same fertil\: year is increasing daily, hence a cigar
is edible while still solid. Maturity viz: six hundred dollars from seventytwo izing the growth of the trees on the factory and a curing and packing
from end of September to November; trees is not a large one for thrt 7e two lots have been iiiarwlously dif house both become necessities. .

nearly always seedless. acres of land, but as the trees, if givenit ferent. Those among the timber have A Chinese quince that weighed'
COSTATA-Oblong and with a bluntapex the ground and set feet
twenty-five far
outstripped to others. W .T. B. twenty-four ounces was exhibited in-;
; diameter 2} by 3J long ; ave r- apart would occupy very little more .
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The when not at hard work, and for the I'I (l two-horse), or else follow a shallow- probably as much too low, as thirty

F Ufm. additional reason that forage crops !i I running turner with a subsoiler. The dollars per acre is too high for the

.' ., are better for land than the corn crop. I former< it the better plan, because it is wheat crop.There .
#--- -#
.,' : -- Our lands have been scourged by con- I I cheaper, calling for one hand in place is undoubtedly< great room

FARMING. tinuous plowing, and any crops that ,:of two in the latter. Where a soil is for improvement in the methods followed -

\ More Farmers-and Better Ones can give them rest from the plow !|' eight to ten inches deep, and a turn by the majority of Florida farmers -
Needed. ought to be welcomed in our rotations. plow will not bring up raw subsoil, it and gardeners. If they do not
Whenever, however, from stress of may run without harm. Where the succeed the fault lies, not in the soil or
Throughout the orange belt at least, circumstances oats cannot be suc'-ess- soil is thin and one wishes to deepen it climate but in themselves. *
farming operations will receive more fully grown, and corn has to be the :. by turning under vegetable matter, it .-. -
attention this season than heretofore. principal grain food for) stock, every is well to begin by running a turner Pertinent Questions.

Our people are waking up to the fact arrangement should be made to cultivate shallow so as to bring up a little of Why do farmer depend home
that growing can no longer be the with broad harrow- the subsoil
orange crop cast ; the next year run a little merchants to them, bacon
supply with
carried on as a winter pastime, after ing during early stages of growth, and deeper to bring up a little more, andso and lard and twelve and a half to fif-
the manner of the wheat growers of with two-horse cultivators, so as to do on till the requisite depth of soil is
teen cents raise it
they can at
Dakota) who go out in the spring away with the necessity of hoe work acquired. In the mean time the sub- home at four to six ?

carrying their equipment with them entirely, and bring the cost of production soiler may follow the turner each Why do farmers depend on home
and return to their Eastern homes to a minimum. As stated on for. time if thought advisible. When merchant for butter
at thirty cents
with all their belongings after reaping mer occasions, we are inclined to speaking of suhsoiling in this connec when with few could
a good cows they
time, bringing their harvest with think that varieties of the tion
some sorghum we mean simply to get the earth make plenty of their own use and
them. This migratory feature has such as Kaffir corn or early maturing broken to the depth of ordinary good ply the home demand ? sup-

been peculiar to this country in the :Milo Maize, might well be plowing, say six or eight inches. We Why do farmers depend on their
earlier settlement of its several sections substituted for a part of the corn crop. do not refer to regular subduing home merchant for their canned

especially during the last quar They are more certain crops on up- where the aim is to break the subsoilto tables and fruits, when they could vege-
ter of a century. This speculative lands in dry seasons, have proved to great depths. It seems to be doubtful them just as nice at home? put
period is, however, temporary, and be good horse food, are desirable for if this deep subsoiling pays on Why up not dry own fruit insteadof
comes to an end when relative valuesare the of food. After your
increasing variety most soils. Under a very extensive letting it fall from the trees and
approximately settled, and the food crops are amply provided for, culture and high manuring it probably rot?
country changes from frontier to civ- whatever land remains may be set would."
Why not put up your own pickles,
ilization. aside for
In this State where
money crops. generally speak-
preserves, jellies, etc., and live off the
We can no longer live on specula. "The next question to be decided is ing there is no subsoil to bring up, the fruits of own soil ?
tive values in lands or orange,groves. the kind and quality of manure to be plow should not be run no deeper than Why send your for Northern and
Our moral must be self- used. The drift of in late away
industry experience the surface s"il. Make the latter as Western hay and work hard all
,. _,' : f 1. supporting. East and South Florida years has been decidedly in the direc- deep as possible by adding fertilizerand mer to kill and destroy own
/ can learn a valuable lesson from West tion of composts. The stable and lot turning under green crops and grass that would make much your better
'_ .and Middle Florida in this particular. manure of the farm, together with its work it to its full depth, but don't disturb hay than that buy ?
':J- It is.greatly to the credit of the latter cotton seed, composted with acid phos the subsoil. Why send you for timber for

ff.:1: section and its industrious farmers phate and kainit, is at present the fruit and vegetable away crates when
t rrxtip that as a matter of fact they produce most popular fertilizer in use. It is a your
home mills could furnish it
j ii1,;' their own home supplies, but it is also complete manure (in the sense of con- Farming in Florida. j just as
cheap, and the would be circulated -
_.![$ true th it they do not live as well asrthey taining everything needed by plants), Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: at home? money

t [ should, possessed as they are 01! and in many respects one of the best I am a btaunch; upholder of the Why send for
f*. $exceptional advantages of soil and proportioned manures to be had. It credit of Florida, my adopted home. or manufacture away at home? we
Itf1 climate. Their methods are behind is adapted to all crops and most soils. Yet it is a question in my mind if grow When our farmers at the busi-

!. ... J r; lLthe times, and they rely too much ou Next t > this, in c'mpleteuess and cor- general agriculture is as profitable in ness in a business way,go and make the
cotton as a surplus crop. West Flor rect proportion of ingredients, is a : Florida as in other States." It ought farm self-sustaining by growing
''. ida farmers should adopt more progressive mixture of cotton seed meal, acid phos- I to be and might "be, of this I have thing the laud will produce,very raise

methods, produce a greater phate and, perhaps, kainit. Five hun- no doubt, but is it ? In discussingthese their own meat, lard and butter, etc.,
variety and quantity of home result dred pounds of meal, fifteen hundred questions misrepresentation is there will be no use to curse the home
j 5 t 4. from a given outlay, and as a pounds of acid phosphate and five hun- not only useless but is usually like the merchant or organize Farmers' Clubs.
live better. They should also giver dred pounds of kuiiiit make a fitst.class boomerang, which, in unskillful handsis -Baker County Sentinel.
; more attention to stock and fruit as fertilizer, similar to the best ammoniated more dangerous to the owner thanto ,
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surplus or money crop, they pay fivefold goads, and may be applied in the enemy. The tobacco manufacturers
than cotton. On the other similar and in Itdoes sales Irish are
more manner equal quantities. no good to quote of watching the excitement
hand our Peninsular friends must become In regard to the quantities of potatoes in New York at forty cents concerning
tobacco raising in Florida with inter
( sustaining, making their manure which may be applied with per barrel. For every barrel sold at est. A New York firm seeing an ar-
Florida residence a home much depends the that several have been sold
permanent greatest profit on price, at ticle from the Fort Myers Press in
rather than a place of sojourning, and condition of the soil. If it has been less that one-half that amount. On the New York Tobacconist writes the
,here produce food for themselves and well manured for several years previously the other hand, very few Northern former
a sample
their stock the of heavier doses be i farmers would of Irish paper
4s :;; leaving proceeds may applied grow a crop bacco in this State, adding,
,, r-!,' their orange groves and gardens as than when starting with a poor, ex- I potatoes for ten crnts per bushel. I "We; can grown conceive of no reason why
tT, .T profit. hausted soil. In other words, rich lived for many years in Northern In-
j( section of the State should not
: 5 Following out this train of thought land will take large applications diana' where thousands of bushels of your
produce as good tobacco as is
fve cannot do better than give a few manure more kindly than poor land.' potatoes were grown every year. They Cuba, opening a new and p.ofitable grownin
hints from '\T. L. Jones' On soils moderate seldom low
poor applications j i, were as as twenty-Jive cent field for industry to people."
January talk in the Southern Cultiva pay best. In all!l cases deep breaking >!per bushel and the very lowest that J I I .your.-

.. tor. and thorough cultivation enhance; ever knew of their going was twenty I Mr. J. T. Smallwood, of Osceola,
V .. "The farmer must plant enough of greatly the profits from manure, and I .j cents per bushel. : Alachua county,has made nearly three
:" .f.:1: |?those crops which produce home sup. unless a farmer is prepared to carryout On the other side, diet the speaker hundred gallons of syrup and several

:t:1: $s plies to have abundance of the latter these conditions fully and faithfully expect to be believed when he asserts barrels of sugar the present season.
i''!.::.ii: & even In quite disastrous years. It IS he had better not invest money in i : that "Florida soil is utterly devoid of He has also butchered eight hogs,
.y !f useless to try to deceive yourselves fertilizers." fertility." There is no excuse for such weighing over two hundred pounds
. \7.l with figures on this point. No matter He advises plowing clay lands late 3''j a speech, and the one that made it i ibi each. The part of the county in which

.1 f&j what figures say, if you can raise your j in spring, the object being to loosen i j i either pitiably! ignorant or was guilty Mr. Smallwood resides will producethe

;.<-I' w* r gr'--:4&:; bread and meat and stock feed with- before planting ; while sandy lands 31, of malicious falsehood. The statement finest peas, pindars, potatoes, cassava -

: l\ ,..,..'. ,...y out actual loss, by all means raise should be plowed earlier, as they need I1 j made without qualification, includes etc. The location is healthy,
JO eo: Y ;. ;: ': them." compacting rather than loosening,as a the whole State. I have seen the lands cheap, and the soil produc-
I t l r "One change i in farm economy very preparation for the crop. He goes onto | corn crops in West Florida, which tive.

,;.:ii; i.j'.-v,'? much needed in this connection is the say: I were far better than the average at .
r w:'i.10 -I feeding of work stock more on hay Is it better to turn over land or. the North. I have seen thousands of r Hillsborough county is alive to the
i ; | and forage and less on grain. This break it with scooters ? This depends 31 I of acres of land in Indiana that was importance of making a good displayat
f 1 i t f..7. change is desirable both because it on circumstances. If the soil is very'shallow not so good as the average of Florida Orlando. If other counties will follow -

1 ;: costs less to raise forage than grain, say only two or three inches land. suit, the South Florida Fair will
f. j f.;3;; and because a grain diet is not best deep with a clay subsoil, it is better to His average return of sixteen dol- make an important step forward in the
'f: f j. for the health of animals, particularly break with a deep-running scooter'I lars per acre for the cotton crop is development of the State.




112 THE FLORIDA DISPATCH. [ 31,1887.OmamentalQapdens .
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i erable number of them will succeed out any care whatever. The fruit of' leterious effect upon their lungs. But
admirably here ; with trees of this': this hung in our office for some time if a sufficient quantity of muck or dry
class, small seedlings are much more | and emitted a very agreeable odor.- !r> litter is added daily to absorb the
likely to live and grow vigorously ; Horticultural Art Journal. j I liquid manure and prevent any active -
Lawn Shrubberies.Editor than larger trees ; in fact, the proba-I ---- ---- --- I fermentation, the result will be
FLORIDA DISPATCH: bility of their living decreases as the i' I that you will have in a few months a
Nothing adds more to the beautyof size increases. Live HOC !i huge amount of homemade( fertilizer
gardens and grounds, to the attractiveness Nurserymen seek to impress upon \ i of the very best quality and in the
of homts in the South their the ... ---___- --
Sunny patrons importance of purchasing -j I I best possible condition for use.
land than tasteful I groupings of+ deciduous transplanted stock, and on Adulterating Milk. Wherever and whenever the weatheris
and evergreen tree and( shrubs general principles they are right. Editor FLORIDA" DISPATCH : cold enough to freeze the drinkingwater
about the dwellings. every cottagein But most trees grown fir) other pur- I Professor Arnold says it is just as there is no doubt that it will be
Florida should enjoy the grateful poses than fruit are more successfully I easy for a dairy farmer to adulterate economy to warm it for all kinds of
shade of trees and look out over a transplanted when small. The conditions -I milk with water through the food.) stock, but especially for) milch cows.
pleasant grass plat relieved by the of our soil and climate are unique } given her, as it was after it was drawn W. C. STEELE.
graceful outlines: of evergreen shrubs. and peculiar, we get on by feeling out i I from the cow, and that this adulteration Switzerland, Fla., January.. ,iS.7.
Many say that this is not at grass way from one experiment to another, i might reduce the quality of milk --
country, that grass cannot be grown and the use of small+ inexpensive trees to a standard so low ;as even percent' How to Warm Stock Water.
here, at least successfully, but. this is places the experimented introduction of solids, of which only (one, and a half Many farmers in the Northwesthave
all quite a mistake ; there is Ill)secti >In of new varieties and species with a viewto would! he fat. Surely, then, our legislature steam generators, with which
of this country where grass is more ascertaining their adaptability to ought to lay down+ a standard, : they cook+ food( for( stock. No betteruse
easily grown than Florida. With the the several sections of the State within foremilk( ; old asllunltu; f food> and he recommends be made of them during! the
same attention northern lawns leceive the reach of all A. P. twelve and :a hail' per cent winter than to place them in a small
the bleached sand of our do-ir-! )"ardscan January 29,1887.Limonia. of solids+ of which thre" per cent. must house by the well, and arrange the
be covered by a lovely carpet keeping be fat, and that anything under thai steam: pipe so that it would run steam
its vivid green color during t1))(- greater Trifoliata.-Linn. standard sold for human food! be con- into the watering trough. The building -
part of the year, while our northern Synonyms, Triphasia Trifoliata.D. .- sidered adulterated. should be made large enough to
friends can enjoy this luxury but a C. It may seem like carrying legislation contain one or two small bins of feed,
few months out of the twelve. Synonyms" Citrous Trifoliata.-L. to too fine a point, when a law and barrels in which to cook the food.
There is nothing in the landscape so Aegle Sepiaria.L. shall be passed dictatating the kind On small farms one well usually furnishes -
grateful to the eye :green: gras, tree* This hardy representative of the and quality of food dairymen shall water to cattle, horses, hogs,
and shrubbery, and t those wJp+ be am genus Aurantiacea has been cultivatedin give his milk cows, but although it i is and even sheep. In this case the food
pie grounds and plethoric purses permit European plant collections merely not quite so easy to water the milk cooker will usually be centrally located -
und th Florida homes is a botanical curiosity, and when in- !, and be used for
can surr > ir ; before milking as alter, it can as: effectually can warming or
by ornamental grounds where fountains { troduced in the United States, a few be (lone.I cooking) slops and foods::; for( all classesof
velvet lawi.s, exquisite: +aitline: years ago, it was so classed. One of I The incredulous dairymen who l htinever -> animals. The increased interest
hbnrynths: of ku'eincus) in form and( our plants, now six years old, beganto J. i happened on the experiment has made by recent investigations iuto the
color whose effect in ihis bloom early in the spring, and set benefits of and
landscape ( :! only' to turn his cows: into his water- warming water slops,
land of s.if:. air, sunny skies Hud! enchanting its first crop of fruit. Other flowerswere melon patch, or pasture: them a day particularly] for milch cows, will increase -
moonlight, would rival the produced during June and July, on sweet potato vines to be convinced : the demand for cheap steam
famous enchanted grouts of Daphne. I and a second and third crop} of fruit that he can adulterate his milk generators. The way for: small farmers -
Home would be incomplete without, + followed, until the plant was literally without violating any existing law. and dairymen to make money is to
flowers but do l not try to obtain scenic. covered with fruit of various sizes. EJ. \j. II. do nice, careful work. If greater
effect by growing them in the foreground The flowers first produced were large Jan. 20, J lf>S'e profits can he made by warming water
f for unless you are prepared to I white, and fragrant, with five petals, - .: for cows, calves and pigs, no class of
give t them constant and skillful care and from five to six times larger than The Most Economical Food. farmers can better afford to attend to
with abundant food and water they : the calyx; the second and third seriesof Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: the matter than the small farmer, who
will be tlinppointinJrass is much flowers were quite small, and with It has been found by experimentthat can take the time and pains.
inoiv 8lti: I'actory. Banish the flowers seldom more than three petals. The meal will pass through the digestive .
t'', the back: ground where you cans plant is of bushy habit, probably attaining organs quicker than hay, and that Feed Well.
ek than to feast on their loveliness, an ultimate height of ten feet ; if meal is fed to an animal on an
or can ruthlessly pluck and bear away branches slender, and growing in zigzag empty stomach, it passes away before) The dairyman who hesitates in
their treasures of bloom to adorn the ; form) ; thorns very large and it is fully digested, but if f fed after feeding his cows well, should remember -
home. But the effect of the flower straight, leav s trifolate, oval and cre hay it becomes mingled}: with it, and that not only will the increased
beating plants, setting s'ifliy! in the nated ; fruit lemon shaped ; skin yel- more benefit is derived. Do not allow dairy product well epay the extra
feed but the from
hire t*"nd in front of the house; is dis low at maturity,irregular and swarthy, animals to take much water immediately manure resulting
the feed will be worth sometimes the
treo: ill;?, they have the air of trying and with a protuberance at the apex. after feeding.I .
First of the size of medium entire cost of the feed, always a good
hard to make a creditable crop a find the above in the Western:
cry appearance
Prof. E. W. Stewart in the
yet quite conscious of their in- lemon ; second and third crops nut Rural It is undoubtedly true that a portion. ,
juliquacy to the task. Banish the quite as large and more round in considerable quantity of: f food i is lostto Country Gentleman, says the best
flowers to the plot opposite the side shape. Pulp very acid, and rind very the cow by not+) being retained a existing matter in a ton of linseed
meal is worth SiB and that after feed-
door, or better still to the garden in pungent and aromatic. In qualitynot linger time in the digestive organs,
inn it the will be worth
t the back yard, and substitute trim equal to the ordinary lemons, but and this can be prevented' by the simple manure
the fruit be utilized for $23.40, or ninety per cent. of the
of sufficient
green sward. J. J. Q. may preserv- expedient putting a
Jan.lS! 18S7.! ing before being fully matured, when, quantity of hay through a hay cutter .cost. As the increased dairy product
should at least be worth the entire
-----e-- it is stated it is its best for that '
at :! pur- ai'(d mixing it with the other f'' e'1. As I'
Buying Trees. original cost of the meal, from 825 to
pose.This digestion cannot properly go on until I 830 in addition to the 823.40:; in
Editor: FLORIDA DISPATCH : plant aside from its ,
peculiar the stomach is distended with a certain
There is a knack in buying trees::! a.. appearance, is very hardy, and has I' amount of rough! feed, it is poor econ manure, one can easily see the double
in every thing else. S.nuetiutes it paysto withstood a cold of zero. In ordinary omy to follow the old-fashioned way ,profit of liberal feeding in this in-
get transplanted trees of good ize winters it is evergreen here, but becomes of giving a more concentrated food I''fetauce.-Jersey Bulletin.
even at a high price. Again, small deciduous when the temperaturefalls alone, and making the hay and fodder'I -. .-f-
seedlings at a few dollars a thousandare below twenty degrees above zero. a separate mral. E. 'I! Cleanliness.Remnember .
much more profitable For instance It is also easily transplanted, and may January 28, 1 N7. I that bad odors must not
money is well iuvested in an be propagated from seed or from hard -*- be tolerated about a dairy. It is not
orange tree that is stocky, full grown, wood cuttings, which strike readily Wintering Cattle. I enough to keep them out of the dairy
and well, rooted ; while with the peach when given bottom heat. !I Editor of FLORIDA DISPATCH: I room, but the stables must be kept
the younger trees are far preferable.But This plant is quite distinct from the t Whether it. is best to clean out stables :sweet and clean. Good ventilation is
we wish to call attention more Trifoliate Orange, which is Citrus every day, or to allow the cattle I :absolutely necessary and] must be
particularly to selecting trees for timber triptera.We to stand upon the accumulating !:assisted by the use of plaster or even
shade, shelter or ornament. do not suppose this will ever be- manure, depends altogether upon how f fine soil scattered freely about the :sta;
Take conifers, for instance, u most come popular in Northern or Northwestern !' it is treated If it is allowed to fer- ble. The milk should not be allowedto
desirable cla s of trees to i introduceinto sections, but such plants, are ment rapidly the heat generated is : stand in the cleanest of stables, but
this State, and my observation very interesting in sections of the very injurious to their hoofs, while I should be removed as: soon after milking -
lead me to believe that a very consid- South where they can be grown with- I Ii the escaping ammonia has a very de-l j[: as possible;
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perience has been crowned with knowledge ]-: t they do not take care of them, when five hundred plants that I think are

floriculture: and success. I am a lover of ]planted, by watering or shading them. doing well, in fact, very well. I put

flowers, and desire to learn all about
,BY, W. C. STEELE. growing them in Florida-not in pots. 1 I j' j plants,.such as are planted out here. think I must have had 4,000 plumesthis
---.-.-..- -.-- ,'- ..". ...... I have 'I
---- had pleasure and trouble I The sand becomes heated, and the last summer and ,fall. I sent and

", The Hose.Continued.. enough with house plants in winter at ] ]plants become scolded at the collar, gave away over a thousand, it didn't

( .) the North. In Florida they must sicken, droop and eventually die; all seem to diminish the number left at

'I he question of the most desirable thrive outdoors. How many years IJ for the proper attention of shading, all. I want to speak a word for one

varieties for Florida is to be settled before coming here did I hear the watering and keeping up the plant- of our most beautiful evergreens, viz:
praises of her perpetual summer sung. i food so essential to all plants. Let Grevillea Robusta. I have succeded
not by their hardiness cold
as regards
but by their possessing a vigorous con, And now must I even give up my pet 1 them become permanently establishedand very well with it on high sandy soil,

stitution, which will enable them to geranium bed outdoors i iI they will repay you beyond your but to make it a handsome tree it

endure our hot summer sun and to have, fo far this season, saved them i most sanguine expectations, by the. needs summer pruning ; with me it

tbriftily on our light soils. The from actual death, but they are pretty ]profusion of bloom during the whole has a tendency to put out long
grow badly cooked. In summer the sun year, in particular such varieties as branches and become spindling, but
greatest to the rose in this State
is drouth.enemy In places it is almost' seems too hot for them, and though Louis Phillippi; Sanguenia, Agrip- by pinching back the new growth

impossible to many them established they bud and blossom some, the petals | ]pena, Arch-Duke Charles, HermosaTea every six weeks during the growingseason
get on fall most Cels Sov. De Malmaison it forms and beauti-
this account. For such situations if as soon as they open. Very Nephitos a compact
W it is possible to obtain the seldom do I see a large truss in bloomat Cornelia Cook, Perle des Jardins, ful tree either for shade or drives. Ii
necessary once, and remain in perfection for cafrona, Marshal Niel, and many such trees as this and Acacia Dealbata
clay, we would recommend a trial of
the two weeks, as they do in a rich, sunny others too numerous to mention. The another beautiful evergreen were r
following plan which
was given bed in summer North. In winter I I White Macrophylla does remarkable. planted along our avenues and aroundour
ns by Mr. A. Frost of
Jacksonville : a rose grower have only tried them last year and I well here, covering a large space and I house, the property would be increased -

Whenever wish to set this. You must know my experiencehas a profusion of bloom, is one of the in value,twenty-five per cent.
you a rosebush been rather sad than rich. It consists best climbers and suitable to cover and the beauty of Florida many times
a excavation
three, feet in diameter and twenty,' largely of losses of quite a varietyof tightly objects. The Hibrid Per more. Trusting that you may have

inches deep in the centre. Line this I plants I have tried to grow. They | ]petual Roses, as a general rule, are success in in increasing the love of the

grew so slow, or rather so often standstill shy bloomers and are therefore not beautiful in this sunny clime, I am
with clay packed in solid
and six or eight ,inches thick very bringingthis : for a time ; then some day is too much sought for, or:many planted out, yours truly, H. L. WHEATLEV.
hot for them, and they give up the good care will eventually bring themto Altamonte, Orange County, Fla., January
wall within .
two or three ;4. 1&\;
up ghost without a struggle. I think I the front. More anon. ._.-<
inches of the surface all around the
i have lost more thus than by cold of RAMBLER. A Good List of Annuals.
Fill this bowl with rich i
soil and set your rose clay bush in the cen winter. I am in the habit of guarding Jan. 25)). 1887. Eben E. Rexford says : "For the

ter. In the driest time these bushes against cold. : Lemon-Scented Verbena. ordinary gardener, of the amateur

will not need watering ottthvr than : I could show fine beds of geraniums, I I (Aloysia Cltriodora.) .. class, no flowers are better than

once in two weeks. As the bushes verbenas and pansies North. I had a I This old-fashioned plant should find Phlox, Asters. Petunias, Pansies,

grow and the roots reach the slag fine, small bed of pansies that blossomed I a place in our Florida gardens. Sweet Peas, Verbnas, Balsams, Chinese -

they will easily penetrate it, but they profusely here lat spring dur Though rather sensitive to frost, yet Pinks, Stock, Candytuft-, Mignonette -

will keep the holes filled up so t'lat ing the rains, and fully exposed to the if once well e-tablished would' proba- and Zinnias. These kind! are all

the bowl will still hold water. sun. The ground was enriched with bly sprout from the roots if killed by robust growers, need no coaxing, like

Though this plan is highly com- manure from the henhouse, ash s and frost just :1S the banana does. the delicate plants included in all lists,

mended and seems very promising, it Star guano. I have had a thick top Currie's Monthly says of it : "The and will give the greatest and most

yet might not work well in some Jo- dressing added to my beds, of black rage for this sweet scented plant is constant supply of flowers with the

cali tit!, or in a very wet season. It vegetable mold,deposited in low groundby somewhat on the decline, but still it is snnllest amount of attention (if anything

might be that the clay would hold UK the wash from the river. to be found in almost 'every collectionof you can select. You can depend -

much water at times, aud an excess of The Scriptures saith, 'Sow thy seed plants. Its flowers are very small on them every time under ordin

, water is as surely fatal as the lack in the morning, and evening withholdnot and of no value, and unfortunately it ary circumstances. Give them a good

of it. thy hand, for thou knowest not is deciduous, losing its foliage, for soil to grow in, and let it be mellow,

In selecting varieties to plant,strong, what shall prosper this or that." which it is alone cultivated, entirelyin well drained and warm before sowingthe

igorous growers are to be preferred ; --e* E. W. the winter, nevertheless it is still a seed, and keep it free from weeds

yet some kinds, which produce very More About Roses. favorite. It is propagated by cuttingsof through the season and you will haveno

beautiful and fragrant blossoms, are Editor Floriculture: the old or young wood. The old trouble in growing any of the
weak their is slow but almost> sure to root ; the kinds I have named. The list is a
very poor, growers on own
roots. Such La France Mare- Roses will repay any extra care young is very soft and wilts readily larger one than I would advise the
roses as ,
chal Niel and others taken of them in particular the China, and often refuses to produce roots ; amateur with the average amount oi
some are among
the most beautiful that have Tea and Bourbon and the Noisettes but if the sand in which the cuttingsare time for floriculture at his or her disposal -
we yet
they are almost failures on their own will do well if properly cared for placed is kept very moist and the to attempt, a<< it stands ; but

roots. With the exception of a few while young, so that they become cuttings shaded, a f fair percentage of tastes vary, and a selection can be
varieties thoroughly established. This is done them will soon root. A little bottom made from it to suit the likes and dislikes .
of the
climbing most tea by protecting them from the heat of "
rather heat will cause them to produce roots of each individual.
slow weak
roses are ,
and such roses all do much growers bet the sun during the summer months, rapidly. The subsequent manage- Most of these would need to be

p ter when budded very by shading them with portable lath ment is similar to that required in the sown very early in this climate. Pan-
upon some strong,
vigorous stock than when grown on frames, or with ordinary roofing lath culture of the fuchia, the young plantsare sies and sweet peas at once.-Ed.
about six inches apart. Lath to run rooted and .. .
their own roots. potted as soon as repotted -
north and south, posts set ten or and in fall
The most serious objection to bud- as they require ; Rose American Beauty is bringingone
twelve feet with nailed
apart, strips on
the allowed
ded at the North has been that plants are gradually to
roses the side of the dollar a bud in the New York
or top posts to support
the of
the most hardy varieties were liable, the ]lath ; kept thus partly shaded fora go to rest by reducing supply market at present. It is needless to
, water, until at last no water is neces
in of cold be
cases exceptional to become say it is an excellent variety.
year or two they thoroughly
In spring they are again
killed the then if sary.
ground ; they
established, aad are able to withstandthe started into growth, their branchesare Ammonia is extensively used as a
, were growing on their own roots, they heat.of the sun. One important pruned and likewise their roots, stimulant for house plants. It is used
wouli and be
sprout up as good as point you must bear in mind, to pro- and they are potted, using small pots in the proportion of one tablespoonfulof
while the from budded'G
ever, sprouts a
G. bush worthless. This perly enrich your soil with thoroughlyrotted and fresh sandy loam. The young the liquid to one gallon of water.
were objection
, stable manure, or hen house
loses its force in Florida, where the shoots are pinched to induce a branching Rose Geranium leaves and Fern
will also the
: severe freeze of last winter did not seriously before manure answer and purpose after; habit. The plant is a native of fronds should have the ends of the
planting roses "
. injure the most tender tea Chili. stems immersed in cold water. for a
them .
planting give your special attention *- -
,-, roses. by watering, working, and mulch- Eulalla, Grevillea and Arcacia. short time immediately after being cut.
The tends firm the leaves
" \To be continued.) operation to ,
ing with any rough material. The Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
. and their freshness for
--.- Spanish moss makes a good and neat I notice a writer from Maitland preserves a con
. siderable time.Amaryllis .
:" A Call for Knowledge and Expe- mulching and is to be had fir the say Eulalia Japonica Zebrina does

rience. gathering of it. The reason so many dot'do well with him; now Maitlandand seedlings will attain their

Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: do not succeed in their undertaking, Altamonte are only five miles flowering tage from the second to the

I hope you will be able to induce is, they plant them out without properly apart, and if he will come over here fourth year, according to variety.and

p? those to write. on ,floricuture whose ext preparing the ground and then next summer I will show him four ,or mode of treatment.,

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. are imposed to preserve, and proper each, six varieties, twenty-five dollars. 'I our products be made which shall forever -

r r-' -' .. .. --- steps taken to increase the supply. Japan Persimmons; best collections, I silence our traducers.
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. Our friend, Dr. Cary, fish commissioner six varieties, twenty-five dollars. I, 4
Acclimating Plants.
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Georgia, through un- Special Premiums ; South I Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:

Contents. tiring efforts the waters of that State Railroad, for best county exhibit, two I The editor asks whether an indi
Florida for Or-
Florldlana- Englishmen
ange Culture for Profit, a reply to Mr. have been stocked with fish, assures us hundred and fifty dollars. vidual plant or a variety can be accli-

Hastre;A Farming Population Persimmons Needed.109 that no State in the Union needs a Disstou!:! Company ; best display of mated ? Perhaps it is too soon to
Grove and Orchard-Japan ;
Figs; Pruning; TheSatsuma; FlgCul- commission more than Florida. He vegetables, fifty dollars. answer this question positively in the
ture; White Adriatic; Deadening vs. affirmative or the negative. There is
Clearing. 110 says the extensive Shad fisheries of the Orange County Premium ; for best
evidence both Some
The Farm- J More Farmers and ways.
Better Ones Needed; Farming In Flor- St. Johns as at present carried on will exhibit citrus fruits, one hundred dol- fruits and flowers from the temperate

Ornamental ida; Pertinent Gardens Questions.-Lawn Shrubberies; Ill soon exhaust the supply. And the lars. climate of the Northern Statesare

Buying Trees; Umonla Trlfollata. 112 same is true of the finny tribes that In addition to the above, there is along brought to the semitropical
Live Stock-Adulterating Milk; Most Eco- climate of Florida and thrive from the
nomical Food; Wintering CattletHow; inhabit the other waters of our State. list distributed through the va-
to Warm Water for Stock: 'eedVell; first as if it were their natural home,
Cleanliness. 113 Through the action of the New York rious departments of fruits, garden while others fail utterly. The ques-

'lortculture-The Rose (Continued); A Fish Commission the of Shadin products table luxuries native wines
supply of interest has
Call for Experience; More About tion, though one no

loses Eulalla.; Lemon Grevillea Scented, and Arcacla Verbenas; A: 'the Hudson river is maintained, flowers, pot.plants, art and fancy work, practical value. So long as we can _

Good LI}.at of Annuals. 113 notwithstanding the fact that the military drill and racing. acclimate the race, the individual is
Editorial-Another Society! at Orlando; of but little value. S.
Another Fair Commission: South Florida Exhibi- riv r runs through one of the most Farm products are conspicuous by January 29, 188i.
tion; Fish ; Premium
List; ; State Fair; 114 thickly populated districts in the their absence. We should liked to --e.

Publishers Department- 115 the country. This is done by properly to have seen a premium offered for the A Mr.\ Lee, of Orlando, came to
Marketing-Storage; The Fruit Exchange; Madison\ several since having for
Concentration and Auction; In Unionis regulating the times and methods of: best collection of home-grown tobacco, days
Strength. 116 his object the purchase of fine milch
Olive Culture The Olive Conditions of fishing and by placing thirty million rice, corn, and a few other staple pro- cows, pork hogs and sheep for the Or-

our Growth.Soil and Climate Suited to its 117 fish in the river annually. The fish ducts. stock and poultry are also lando market. He succeeded in buy-

State County.Items-From, Northern Orange 117 pasture in the ocean and frequent the left! out ; both are important industries, ing, with little trouble, a car load of

Vegetable Gardens l Home grown Heedt. river at stated intervals, a practically the former essential to the proper de- stock which would make a splendid
Strawberries Market showing for the as one specially
; county
the South; Casava; Mulching Straw- 118Poultry ; unlimited supply can therefore be velopment of our agricultural re- adapted to stock raising. The cows

berries.-Poultry at Orlando; Black Java; maintained in the river. s' urces ; a very good show of poultry and hogs were as fine as we have ever

Poultry Farm 119 Although from our natural positionour could have been brought out if an seen brought from Tennessee or the
Grasses-Hardy Grasses; Beggar Weed. 120
fishing interests should equal effort had been made in this direction. other stock raising states. More at-
Another Society at Orlando. those of any State in the Union, we According to the printed rules, tention is being paid to this industry
here now than formerly, and is destined -
We have received notice over the are one of the very few States who prizes will be open for competition to to be a source of considerablerevenue

signatures of the President, A. S. have no commission. We trust our the following counties only : Orange, to the county.-Madison Re-

Mann, and the Secretary, J. G. Knapp, Legislature will take this matter in Volusia, Sumter, Polk, Hillsborough, corder.

that the Florida Agricultural Association i hand at the next session. We believe Hernando, Brevard, Dade and Mon Gustav Eisen recommends the bu-

will hold its annual meeting at the constitutional bug-a-boos about roe. Would it not have been betterto bach solution for spraying grapevines.A .

Orlando, on the 16th day of.February' which we have heard so much, when have thrown it open to the State at canning establishment is shortlyto

next, at 10 o'clock a. m. matters of this kind have come up for large ? be begun at Bellview.
action have been done away with by .

Another Fair. the new constitution. State Fair. NEW YORK, Jan. 27, 1887. -

The Sumter County Fruit Growers' 4Premium The State Fair usually held in Jacksonville The following is the market quotationson
List. this date:
Association will hold a County Fair at in February has been givenup Fla.oranges Oranges,fancy bright, per box3 00@ 3 50
We have received a fifty page pam- this owing to the embarras- choice .. 2 50( 3 00
Leeeburg on the 9th, 10th and 11th of year poor to fair 1 (00@J() 2 00
Good for Sumter phlet containing the Premium List of ments of the State Park Association.The .. Hussets 10(1(@ 2 00
February we
the South Florida Exhibition, togetherwith J. D. HASIIAGEN.
South Florida Fair at Orl ndo in
will have
hope the fair a big success .
the general announcement of the -- -
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will take its and
the February next place
and that enterprising gentlemenwho
Directors articles of association in- Meteorological.
we trust all sections will send exhibits
in it will ---
are engaged up

carry it to Orlando to swell the South formation, rules and regulations. We making it truly representative of the <.1 I I ...... .. ..-. ...' <.
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had hoped to have given our readers State. of the ofa a agiBaM d__s. d_s. cs: .
Florida Fxhibit and enter for the Speaking importance =-- jo ::: dd CS:
I CO a1hua.V U :,., 02P
the premium list'entire, hut it is too alms 1 : ;) UJ
for best strong exhibit the present time, the COco .
sweepstakes county .; -- --- -
for crowded columns. Everyone tc
long our Orlando z .
Reporter says : '
exhibit. 2Sl o.o
interested in the of the t-JOIt.t-: :30 .'-r--J o.o
success Z auaJ".0
Florida has got to wake up to the N UUP
should send for the ,----- --- -- ----- (
The South Florida Exhibition.The pamphlet. fact that, in California she has a bold c x:: -1 I a:

first South Florida Exhibitionand address John G. Sinclair, President, or. and aggressive competitor. One which "c3 wo... w{aA i r.H ;: =I Ig 55 t
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Charles A. Smith Orlando has unlimited capital and enterprise at *
Secretary, ,, -
the Annual Meetings of the Hor- its back, and with nerve enough to use c "'"- < ==: .aonaa.Ila W 0
Florida. : 0_. ;r.=CT. rn Z 2tf
ticultural, Agricultural and Nursery- both to the best possible advantage.We C oU4 .
Some of the more notable premiumsare will make mistake if under- 5 r -'- -- o
men's Associations of the State all a we -:" I _.en

occurring at Orlando during the : one hundred dollars and gold estimate the power and resources of ..C1):a:: t: -- i I pun sqjpajpunq saqouj uiQ. cootvog X 3*.iiga:

medal for best collection of oranges, our antagonist in this issue. It is evident QJ I1'UJUJ'U.I[ UUU !I H
third week of next promiseto >
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; that we must meet that antag- I
varieties best ( *33
make this a memorable time in the not less than twenty ; onist in field and win a victory .. AX ,
an : 'I o
open 1-1'I ...oatiw 1
collection, fifteen varieties, seventy-five r w ** .ice 0 :::
history of the State and their conven- against odds. a -- aJs -

ing will make a red letter day in the dollars and silver medal ; ten varieties, The proposed South Florida Ex- z mnWlunt I 7 8 :;::8 uI: llfe O)

calendar of South Florida's thriving fifty dollars and silver medal ; five varieties position ought to be an emphatic answer o. 00 E-4 ------ | .-
C1) Oa -= .
twenty-five dollars and silver to all the claims of our enemies. : mmpt'8J SSDATE r-t-IO 2 & '
metropolis. fruit and interests of ---- cT..fl
The vegetable .
IQt 1:5Q _
South Florida are, with the climate, v 'laWOJug t 8R 6 sS*
Fish Commission.One best collection less
Lemons not
; the chief attractions for strangers and C SIIgQ U'BaJ ;; MM tT > h

of Florida's most important than five varieties, twenty-five dollars visitors from other States. The origi _=- .- *000 S-l ,
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natural resources is the fish in her Bananas ; best collection, ten vari- nal design was to bring these indus- b o.... I ;. .: :. .:. H..-= ass G"'> < -

waters, and upon this an extensive interest eties, one bunch each, twenty-five dol- tries to the attention of the world and C1)i- i 5 .:::-f:. : 53TSUI g'M.
demonstrate the capabilities of this "' s'i:: fe1 ,-
already rests, and its capabilities lars ; best collection, five varieties, E DATE CI. ::....>.:.arndl"C \ i I .,.'
section. It is highly important that as d. G> r.aa
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of enlargement in the future are twenty-five dollars.Pineapples everyone of the fruit-growing countiesbe "--: 0 G>$a wase :; "

almost unlimited if proper restrictions ; best collection, four represented and that a display of :

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PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.i I !Sanford\ has Japan persimmons at rock Peen-to Trees. j r Look Here Florida Bargain Seekers!

_# 1 bottom prices and II. L. Wheatley offers 5,000 Peen-to Trees for sale at Orlando I| Are you looking for paying investments
=-: t i.special. inducements in grape vines, figs, ; fine stock. JAMES MOTT. i either TOWN lots adjoining ,Railroad
THE- FLORIDA DISPATCH I etc. -.-* Stations : on navigable rivers; or front-
is a 20 to 28-page weekly,devoted to AGRICUL-. I -.- Grape Vine ing on beautiful salt-water Bays or
TURK, HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY and IMMIGRATION : and of considerable Harbors? On Groves wild
A new departure one !': Orange or
in FLORIDA and
the COAST HELTof ; State Prentiss Isabella *
Empire Niagara, -
the SOUTHERN STATES. I importance to the wealthy class lands from one to one million acres ? If
Subscription Itatett. which. frequents our city and State dur- Catawba, Scuppernong, etc. so, send for "The Orange Grove," a

Per Annum, $2.00. Six Months, 51.U) Three ing the winter season, is in course of inauguration FIGS. monthly journal published In the interest
Months, 50c. at the St. James Hotel here, White Adriatic, Foundling. Send for I of Lands in Florida,-only one dollar a

and business correspondence ltemlttances should be ad- that sumptuous rendezvous of fashion catalogue and price list. Aouress H. L. year-Sample copy FREE. Addres,
dressed to and finance Wheatley, Altamonte Nurseries, Alta- THE ORANGE GROVE,
CHAS. W. DACOSTA, Publisher, The enterprise is termed Tile Domesticand monte, Orange County, Fla. Liverpool Manatee Co., Fla.
Jacksonville, Florida.To Foreign Exchange and its design is ------N- .- --- -- -
to inter-alia, to furnish hourly bulletins To Messrs. Bury & Andevson, Grape Vines should always be moved
AdvertHern. from the New York Stock Exchange, to Agents for H. J. Baker & Bro's Fertilizers before the buds start. As they often be-
The DISPATCH is THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL buy and sell stocks and bonds quoted : gin to grow in February in this State

large circulation JOURNAL in OF Florida THIS STATE and throughoutthe and has a there, and, by means of elaborate tele- As to my trial of Baker's "AA" Fertil- those wishing vines should order at once
United States and foreign countries graph cyphers and cable codes, to trans- izer for Strawberry culture, I used it as Address W. C. STEELE.
wherever the interest is turned Southward. act business with the leading cities of a top dressing for my Strawberries this I Switzerland, Fla.
It is ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING ME- and in which the Exchange .
Europe season, and find it to be the best Fertil- --- -
DIUMS IN/THE SOUTH-especially for Heal Estate
1 ,Nurseries, Transportation lines, Banks, has correspondents armed with. izer on the market for Strawberry grow- I 500 Sicily Lemon Trees, 3 inch in diam-
Hotels, and those branches wherein it is desirable duplicate codes.It ing. It surpasses any Fertilizer yet got- eter, 2& to 4 feet high, young, thrifty
to reach our winter visitors or our is proposed to add a mortgage de ten up for that purpose.I stock guaranteed O. K.
rapidly Increasing permanent population. to the Exchange on the first of find the Fertilizer all that is claimedfor A. H. MANVILLE,

March next for the purpose of losing it, and the best on the market. Jacksonville, Fla.
The Pioneer Steamship Line To and out money on real estate at mocrcrate Hoping to be able to report more in re- .

From Florida rates. ua gard to it at the end of the season, Geo. E. Snow, of East Lake, states
The Exchange will keep in view a I remain respecttully yours, that he is better satisfied with Williams
When we refer to the Pioneer Steam- carefully annotated list of properties for J. F. CODY.P. Clark & Co.'s Orange Tree Fertilizer

ship Line, we mean the well known Mallory sale by the leading real estate agents in S.-I shipped, from one acre and a than any he has used m eight years' experience
Steamship Line, which commenced Jacksonville and elsewhere, and these quarter, 1.956 quarts of Strawberries to with orange tree fertilizer.
running to our State about twelve years are invited to send in particulars of eligi- Northern markets, besides what I sold .re __.r.
ago. Messrs. C. II. Mallory & Co. were ble properties which will bear strict ex elsewhere, using for a fertilizer Baker & Kelsey'u Japan Plum.
the first benefactors to Florida in the
amination.Mr. Bro's "AA"
Extra fine trees at greatly reduced
matter of transportation direct from New J. Sylvan Tate the founder of the J. F. CODY.

York and the East: and they still remain Exchange? is .1 gentleman of the highest :Mandarin:\ Duval co., Fla., May 20, prices. MANVILLE & REED,
with us, through severe opposition, prov- financial training in London and Xew 1886. Island Fla.k4 .
Drayton ,
ing the reliability and thoroughness in York; his knowledge of America is unu- ----.- -
business, which is justly their due. extensive and his sound .
sually judo Orange (;rnvf' varieties the Fte
Cuttings of three
Great changes have been made from ment as to the value of :Florida Lands is Fine bearing orange-grove, 1,000 trees, hundred..
furnished to order at $2 per
time to time. Better steamships are em- recognized throughout the State. We for sale, quarter of}mile from Lake Como Small cuttings of six inches sent by mail,
ployed the ones commenced with ; )predict for the Domestic and Foreign Station, J., T. & K. W. R. R. ; 30 acres post paid. H. REED,
better time made; cheaper rates given ; Exchange an abundant success. of beautiful high land, beautiful lake for Box 253 Jacksonville, Fla
superior terminal facilities secured at -O- --
boating or fishing lovely island ((1 acres) .
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Fernandina; larger offices secured in High Grads Jersey' Cattle. out in lake, high hammock land, good
Guns, A J te.
Jacksonville at No. 75 West Bay street To purchase grade ersey Cows fromonehalf buildings. This is one of the best grovesin Ammunition
opposite the Astor Bulding, (the Yellow to seven-eights, sired by registered Putnam county. Price, $10,000] ; quar. Everyone in want of anything in this
front,) where all passenger and the local ] bull, at prices from $30 to $40, ter down, balance easy terms.. AddressC. line, should write for prices toROCKWELL
freight business of the line is attended to some with calves and others to calve B.. SMITH, 12 West Bay street.Jacksonville.. & KINNE,
promptly.The shortly, apply to Successors to Nichols, Rockwell & Co.,
Iron Steamships" of this popularline RANDOLPH GETZLAFF. 38 West Bay street
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now arrive and depart from the Tallahassee, Fla. For Sale. .

comiupany's new dock, foot of Centre Reference given if desired. In the field, a cabbage crop of about Cooked Feed.
street, Fernandina immediately adjoin _._4 For Horses, composed of sound corn,
ing the city depot of the Florida Railwayand Japan Per>lmmons. .I 100,000 plants. Will 1 be ready for shipment oats and barley, judiciously mixed,

Navigation Co. It is not necessarynow Large trees cheap. end of February to middle of May. cooked, dried by steam, then ground;.
to wait for train to back down to :MANVILLE:\ & REED For Terms apply to put up in 200 pound sacks. Price per
the ,ship, as it is but a few feet to ship's Drayton Island, Fla. A. S. DORRIEN, 100 pounds, $1.50.
side from train, where you are courteous- .<>-. Haresfoot Farm, Kissimmee, Fla.Wanted. Cow Feed composed of sound corn
1 sown by the officers in charge and fatal> Hill Nurl'iery.' --- -----.--- meal middlings and cotton seed meal,

to your stateroom or berth, and Choice varieties of orange and lemon judiciously mixed, pus up in about 175
well taken care of en route to New York. land stock sacks. Price 100 pounds,
I trees grown on high price To exchange LeConte Pear Trees for a pound per
Philadelphia, Boston, or any other point three years old and? well rooted. Budsof Breech-loading Shot-gun. Must be in .", .
of destination.The For call Poultry Feed, compossd of corn, bar
1 past seasons setting. prices, good repair. Address describing! ,
same reliable officers remain viz: on or address DUNCAN BROS., I "SPORTSMAN," Monticello, Fia. ley and judiciously mixed dried by
Capt. Jas. Wilder and Purser Raymond, I Clear Water Harbor. Fla. steam then ground. Price per 100
on S.S. City of San Antonio! ; Capt. John. pounds, $1.50.
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Risk and Purser J. J. Witt, on S.S. Car- i I I'een-to and Honey Peaches. Notice. While at first glance the price of this

ondelet; Capt. G. Williams, of the S.S. Big stock and low prices. To Orange! and Stock Growers: Our feed appears high, it is not so in fact, for
State ol Texas. These genial old salts MANVILLE & REED, Favorite Fertilizer for Spring crops the reason that it is concentrated, is very
look for their friends ready. All orders filled as booked.
many throughoutthe Drayton Island, Fla. rich, and only a small quantity is neededto
State to go North with them in the 1--4 GEO. HUTCHINSON. be fed at a time. Send orders to .
spring and summer, for they love good] Attention Fruit Growers. Crescent City, Fla. CHURCH ANDERSON & Co.,

company.A Send in your orders for a few ever Jacksonville, Fla.. Jan. 10, 1887. .
word with the shippers of freight- Seed Irish Potatoes. .
bearing Large one buds on
There is not 1 firm in the State orange. year
a perhaps, The best potatoes for planting in this
four year stock. 1 each, $10 per dozen. Good male agents for the sporting out
but who have had the :Mallory -
freight over State are those brought from farthest
This orange tree will give you fruit the fits advertised by E. S. Morgan
Line; we trust they realize the fact East. this last imported
year round. C. B. PELTON, Believing year we -.-.-4-
of the present low races, also the fact several thousand barrels from
South Florida Lake Helen
Nursery, Groves where Williams Clark & Co.'s
that these low rates are due to the steady ,
continuance of the Mallory's\ running to Florida. --- -- ..-fc.. b. NOVA SCOTIAof Orange Tree Fertilizer has been used are
Florida. Rates would have been much Partner wanted with 2,000 to take Early Rose, Chili Red, Beauty of looking finely.

higher had this line (that is here to stay) charge of a paying Country Store and Hebron, etc., and the potatoes raised .
been withdrawn. We publish elsewherein from this seed were very fine, large, and Peen-to Peaches.

this paper sailing dates, which are Postoffice.MCDONALD DALY'S GUOVE brought highest prices. We have another First-class trees from $30 to $65 pei
every Thursday from Fernandina. St. Johns Co., Fla. cargo of these same potatoes on the way thousand. A. H. MANVILLE
# The public's attention is called to the here, and will sell as follows: Jacksonville, Fla.
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change in location of Jacksonville offices, Chili Red, per barrel, $3.50. .
formerly at 88 West Bay, they are now Mr William Hartsfield, on ten acres Early Roae, per barrel, $3.00. Save )lullf'Y1'S _

at 75 West Bay street, Jacksonville, centrally of as poor land as there i is in Leon Beauty of Hebron, per barrel, $3.00. By writing for special offer of LeConte

located. All business, both pas- courty, without fertilizing, last year We guarantee the potatoes to be as... and Keifer Pears, Moore's\ Early Grapes,
senger and freight, will be promptly at- made five large bales excellent cot- represented. Send money with order etc., to "Arcadia Nursery," Monticello,
tended to, and questions answered with and we will ship promptly. Fla.
pleasure by the Agent: J. M. Cutler. ton. On one acre and a quarter, witha CHURCH ANDERSON & Co'., .

Remember! 75 West Bay street, Jacksonville little home made fertilizer, he made Jacksonville, Fla., Jan.. 5, 1887.E. 150,000 Livington's favorite tomato
o, : Fla. one bale of cotton. -. plants for sale; good strong plants $1.00
McBeth, Supt. C. S. Brown & Co's per hundred, delivery after Jan., 1st.
.;. s Rudolph Getzloff has grade J er John F. Bruck, a practical tobacco Groves, Palatka. Fla., writes: C. F. HETER,
.. sale, every well regulated family should planter, will plant forty. acres with .'We have used the :Mapes Fruit and Lakeland, Fla.

: have a cow; spring is the best time to Cuban tobacco seed near Monticello. Vine Manure with entire satisfaction,ex- .

k.b y, and Jerseys are the best breed for Col. has purchased ceeding our best expectations. We have Williams. Clark & Co's High Grade
.,; ".\:44'this State. Raflensperncr tested it with other manures, and do not Bone Fertilizer is considered the best
; :
a1 f' forty lots at Ocala for 515,000. This is other commercial fertilizer in the market. Office West
: .t In the horticultural line James :Mott think there any now $ Bay

f,.,..Jr\. "'',,- [offers peach trees at low prices; H. II. means a. boom fur Ocala. equal to it." street, Jacksonville.JANUARY .

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The Fruit Exchange.The !I I would like to have an auction here. CA RD.:

: lr etiIlg.t+ business of the Exchange has It would be a nice way to buy, severalof

-- steadily increased since the opening of us would buy them all and keep
control of the business.
the shipping season, until at the present The undersigned would respectfully Inform
Commission men are all considered the public of Jacksonville and the State that
. The greatest portion of Florida's i me.more than one-half, and perhaps thieves by consignees, they are not, they have opened an office at

orange product for '86-7 has been sent two-thirds of the fruit going forward, nor are all of them honest. Take this

to market and it will probably run up i B handled:by;,this institution. One by place, last season all the houses had 71 1-2 West flay Street

to a total of 300,000' boxes a little one the State papers have fallen into consignments and we were all afraidto
buy for fear some fellow would buy For the transaction of
short of last year's crop, considerablyshort line, even the Palatka News has as- cheaper, so we made offers low down,

of what we should have had this sumed a favorable attitude, none, we and the commission houses being eager, General Agency Business

year had it not been' for last year's believe, oppose it and most give it of course sold. We got them cheap

freeze and very much short of what we hearty support. Thh indicates a very and sold them that way. What we
want is a steady market, if we pay Making a Specialty of
may reasonably expect next year. satisfactory and growing confidence on
for all "
more our goods, we to
spite of our limited'crop and the fail- the part of the public, and a better is to ask more.

ure' in Louisiana, prices have b en knowledge of its merits on the part of Last season a broker sold a dealer Real Estate,

fully as low, perhaps even lower than the; press. two hundred boxes for one hundred

last year. If the indiscriminate meth- "But," says a doubting Thomas, "if and. i fty dollars. They were from PUBLIC ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING.A .
California and small)) and
ods of last year were to continue, next this Exchange is now handling the being dry,
were dear. But they went off for
year's production, which will reach bulk of the crop, why does it not con- Floridas. We never, not hardly ever

from one and a half to two million trol the market and command the in selling, holler "California" goods.
X. share of public patronage Is solicited and
boxes, could not be sold for enough to prices in fullfilmcnt of the claims and Everything must be Florida an invitation to call and become acquaintedis

cover the cost of production. Fortu- predictions of its advocates?" The I have given you the above facts hereby extended.We .

from a dealer who buys for profit, his have had placed in our hands for sale
the Fruit is trouble is have had
nately Exchange we too many market is here and the subjacent towns. some very

rapidly to. the front and will probably: doubting Thomases like the recent I hold it an endorsement ot the Ex-

command the situation next season.It correspondent of the Leesburg Com- change and i its methods. Yours truly, Desirable Properties,

would have afforded greater relief mercial, who draws a sigh of relief GREGORY SUMMERS.
Indianapolis! Ind.,January 17, 1887. in city surrounding districts.
this had the f the his
season growers patronizedit upon finding oranges on trees >-.-.

as'liberally'' before the glut as they unhurt on the morning of January 4th. Union is Strength.Editor .

have since. /,* His joy is somewhat tempered by the FLORIDA DISPATCH :

But there is an uncertain quantity fact that a carload of his fruit has There are now a number of organi- Oupitttl Investments;: :

which must be taken into consideration frozen en route, and he importunes the zations and societies in our State, all also be
can had by those desiring same by
and upon which, concentration legislature to visit capital punishmenton laboring to promote the interests of the calling upon or writing to us. Who will secure -
in of its .
producer some departments.It
through the Exchange will have no any grower who may hereafter ship
to me that the interest of
effect,-namely, the risk'of damage or through any other channel than the all might be enhanced by a union of CORNELL, & ECKEKSLEY,
Fruit He adds "I have
destruction frost Those who hold Exchange. : if all these
by : most not organizations.There .
11% Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
box it but
never shipped a through ._
i h the State ---- --- -
their fruit on the trees after the tenthof shall hereafter." "Fruit Growers' As- ----- .-

December must take this risk, which The growers did not wake up to the sociation Growers',"Protective the "Fruit Association and Vegetable" the $15,000 A Great Bargain $15,000
may, perhaps, be proportioned as one necessity of supporting the Exchange "Horticultural Society," and the "Cat-

to three in the northern part of the I until the market was glutted by indis- tle Growers' Association," if not more.

orange belt, and at least one to five in criminate shipping. And now theydo Now, a great number engaged in .
not hold back the fruit in responseto
the South. fruit growing as a specialty, cultivate
Ives' earnest in
Manager request, vegetables also for market and nearly ONE OF THE FINES
This factor wi'l' always force ship- order to allow the market to regulate
one engaged in vegetable
ments to a greater or less extent, regardless itself. If this can be brought about, every also grow-
ing as a specialty are plantingfruit
of the condition of the market there will be no further trouble in
: trees as a remote and ultimate object Orange GrovesIN
and prove troublesome even under the keeping up prices, as the Exchange Throughout this'section the two
would command the situation.
most perfect system'of distribution unless are almost inseparably united, and that
which benefits the branch also improves
one -
l some way be devised of storingthe Concentration and the Auction. THE STATE FOR SALE.
the other. So also, should cat-
surplus until better prices prevail. Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH:
tle raising ((1 mean improved cattle),
This can be done in two ways, by dry I am interested in your efforts to enhance be carried on by both, truck farmer

air storage at the grove, and by cold the property of your clientagein and fruit raiser.I .
State as I contemplate soon will be taken the
your ; trust steps at
at the North.It .
storage This Grove contains 20 acres all in'trees,
becoming a resident and will be directly Orlando Fair to bring about a union ..
whether the fruit
questionable benefited. I herein presentsome I of all these interests. The strength of situated in Sumter county. It has many advantages -
will keep long enough by the former facts which will add to the many 'such an organization will be four-fold,
as to location,and ought to be
plan, and at best it will deteriorate in that have been produced which con- and its usefulness more than ten-fold seen

appearance. With a proper arrange firms the advantages of shipping what all are now. Then the "Fruit to be appreciated.

through the Fruit Exchange.A Exchange," or something similar could
ment for cold storage the fruit can unquestionably -
gentleman interested in the sell- be made the channel through whichall

be kept an indefinite ing of oranges, fruits, etc.,on the street our products could be marketed.

length of 'time could be carried over by wagons, he owning some ten or I And then; also, this body would have The Grove is Actually Worth

until midsummer: if proportionably I twelve, furnishes me with the informa- !'I sufficient strength to demand our ,
better prices could be obtained thereby. i tion which I shall give. I will en- rights both from legislative bodies and $25OOO,

The peach-growers of Delaware have' deavor to give his own words as near transportation companies. This one

tried this method and found it to work as possible. organization could have separate departments
Rut the owner is compelled to sell to raise
very satisfactorily, and surely iipeaches "How many oranges do you sell ?" for all the different: branchesof

can be kept'in this way, there "About three hundred boxes per husbandry, and each would receive money at once for other purposes.

will 00"no trouble in keeping oranges. week. You see there are fifty wagons I I much aid from the other departmentsof .5

We trust the Fruit Exchange or handling oranges. I keep my wagons this great fiwld f of labor. -

private enterprise will take this mat- working them all the time, that is, I writ this, because having made

ter up and provide storage before when I can get them ; this season theyare Florida my home I feel a deep inter- .Apply

the next.crop gathered in the several harder to get, the growers are, con- est in her prosperity, in everythingthat '
great-markets of the country with ca, tracting their consignments which will make her great and strong .. /.

parity for several hundred thousand makes them harder to buy, but the and the peer of any State. CORNELL & ECKERSLEY...;.

boxes-sufficient to "clean up" the price keeps up. W. J. BORDEN.

market at any time.. I think the auction a good scheme. I I Oxford,January IS, 1887. .71J West Bay Street, Jacksonville,Fla.






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pay all expenses of cultivation at six I from being a bad seat. "Stove things"were I NAPLES: : !

Olive Culture: years. They are considered a sure I not to be thought of; and if I

_., : source of wealth. Swine and poultry there were any who, like Josiah Al-

greedily devour the fallen fruit and len's wife, loved "stove tea" it was THE

THE:: :! -OLIVE. fatten rapidly.In only occasionally that their taste was

Conditions of Our Soil and Climate appearance the tree is graceful, gratified.Now .

Suited to its Growth. bearing some resemblance to the willow we can show you mercantile Most Southern City of Flortda.

but more soft and delicate ; ever houses along this line, where the taste
: green in latitudes below the severe of the most fastidious could be grati-
With the of soils in Flor-
variety frost line. fied. The groceries are filled with the ...
ida it is and cultivate
necessary we plant The quantity of oil and pickles con- best, and with every variety that can

such productions of the vegetable -' sumed is enormous. Florida does be offered or asked for. The back-

kingdom that cannot fail to ensure bone this is the and
nothing towards the supply. It will of country fruit Deep water Railroad Terminus. Fertile
profit without the large expenses and do so in time. We grow the orange, vegetable business.: We want some Fruit and Vegetable Lands. High Rolling
labor for the uncertain production of Pine Lands for Building. Balmy and Salu-
why not the olive ? kind of manufactory and we must brious Climate. Magnificent Surf and Sea
annuals for exportation. It has been Bathing. The Sportmen's Paradise. The Invalids -
The trees are propagated by cut- have it. We a canning factoryto '
Sanitarium. Ttle. PleasureSeekers'Resort.
demonstrated that the
fully orange is tings, layers or seeds. The first use up the vegetables and berries .

one of our staple fruits ; so can others method is the best and at all timescan that rot on the ground after our mar-
J kU be made as } rofitable if toil, location .
be relied upon for variety. Thereis keting is over.

and cultivation are considered.! Very i no danger of injury from frost. Mr. Troub is the man that has suc- Fine for Investment
little land in the State is worthless in Opportunities -
The olive will grow as far North as cessfully solved the onion question at .
with other States. We
comparison i' Charleston. Is said not to grow suc- Umatilla, and not Mr. Toule as you
have land that will and lati-
produce cessfully as far South as the orange. have it. Success to the DISPATCH, it
tude sufficient all that is raisedin
to grow The peculiar humidity so conduciveto is everywhere well spoken of. The 20OOOJ CITY LOTS.

colder zones, and with proper pro- orange culture in Florida will be improvements are appreciated, and it

tection produce the luscious fruits also as valuable for the olive. It i I stands alone in the agricultural department -
only known in the tropics. The dayis I
thrives better near the sea or on a I of this State.
not far distant when that part of seeiuh L.ii. 1 1 f
peninsula. There are thousands of S. L. REED. i ,-r.
the family belonging to the Rosaceae acres of thin calcareous soil adaptedto Plttman, Fla.,January 2;' 1887.e. I l A, LC,
fruits will be fully represented, together i -. -- l 4.T ; .s.D. slbw'IQI4
the growth of olive trees in Florida.It .
with the Juglandaceae, Cupul- would seem advisable to plant them company to be called the Wagonand
iterie and Oleacece. Of the latter Company
we i Furniture Manufacturing .
around as\: protection
orange groves
will now treat. It is not necessary to takes is formed at Gainesville and are
against cold. It a severe frostto I
into the details connected with suitable
enter cut off'olive leaves. taking steps to erect buildingsfor
the botany of this valuable family, their work. The shops of the company
of oil
The from
quantities exported ... ..
but introduce the olive, one of the. Italy exceeds yearly 10,000,000 gal will be located at the point where Stll1irW E III601 + ,,M l
known It is the F. R. & N.
oldest trees. supposed to lons. France, Algiers and Spain also Alachua avenue crosses .

have originated in Asia, as it grows produce enormous quantities of oil track, and one branch of the street ,,rul I

wild in Syria. The culture of the and pickles.The railroad will lead from there to the b u _

olive is of the business of the while
one principal sources trees require but little attention portion city,

of wealth in Southern Europe. In ; should be pruned nd culti- other branches will penetrate from *AWsfeq

appearance the tree is bushy, and its the square to all depots and suburban x
vated t ) produce healthy, bearing WwESL
height from fifteen to twenty feet, witha additi 'ms in all directions. Jfiyt
wood. Old trees have produced one \ NAFLE5 :p?
small whitish flower fruit oval
; an hundred and fifty quarts of oil per Messrs. Howes & Brown, prominent ft l'fl

drupe, of a greenish or whitish color, annum per tree. All who are inter- oyster dealers of New ] aven, Conn., ; +.

having a stone in the center ; from the ested in olive culture should by all have just returned from a trip down
exterior the oil is extracted. There 4 ;!
means try a few. This is a good sea- the Indian river, where they purchaseda C
varieties of the olive. We
are many son for transplanting. Use Florida tract of land near St. Lucie Sound, CtfeRomtgo. t

will only speak of the Picholine, ., grown first-class nursery stock well about sixty miles from Rockledge, in- -

named after one Picholini, an Italian, rooted. You can then depend upon tending to erect a hotel and engage

who first discovered the art of pick- success, and never regret your outlay.S. largely in the oyster business. They Broad avenues every four hundred) feet.
ling olives. This variety is consid- Wide streets every two hundred feet. One
SAUNDERS NECK. will and conduct
plant a regular ship-
hundred spacious Public Parks. Plenty of
the best. Olive oil is the
ered cream Ocala, Florida,January 27,1887. ping and, canning business, materialfor fresh air assured. A magnificent Beach. 100
and butter of Spain and Italy, and is feet wide and five miles long.Is laid out In a
been ordered.
which has already splendid drive and boulevard. Situated In
considered more wholesome in warmer Titusville Star. Monroe county,30 miles south of Punta Uor-
countries than butter or lard, being da,on the most southern habitable portionof
Peninsular of the Gulf Coast.
more congenial to the human system. ptate J'fews. There is scarcely room to doubt that

Jacksonville can handle 20,000 bagsof
The oil contains seventy-two parts of
olein and twenty-eight of margarin. sea island cotton during the coming An Ideal City in Tropical Florida.Blocks .

Pickled olives excite the appetite and Notes From Northern Orange season if a few of its business men will
and that 200x400 feet. Lots 50x100 feet. With
cl digestion. Olive trees wereintroduced County. display the enterprise energy
< promote 20 feet lane. 25 per cent.of proceeds devoted -
characterize such cities as Atlanta and
into California over two Editor FixmiuA DISPATCH to city Improvements.

hundred years ago, and about fifty We hear this section spoken of by Richmond. There is no reason why it
i this in South Caro- should be over-shadowed by a fossil
years after period strangers who have visited us for the Lots Ten Dollars Each.Odd .
town like Savannah.-Bartow Informant.
lina, and in Florida in 1769. Thereat of the
first time, as being one at-
rebellion the South has passed tractive they have ever seen, and for numbers will be sold for ninety days
without Hare Inducements to those
through since the olive trees were first fruit growing and agricultural pur- The Halifax river region is excit- seeking homes reserve.In Tropical<' .

planted has had much to do with the interest this season and now For Information, maps, circulars,etc., call
poses it is surpassed by none. Scarcelya ing great on or address
failure of its general cultivation. day in the year but that you will I that it is in easy reach by means of

Before the war there was a fine grove see the plow at work somewhere, that i railroad communication the towns

at Charleston, S. C., but has now, as wonderful implement that furnishesthe along the coast are crowded with JOHN A. GRAHAM,

Mr. Robert Chisolm writes, been de. world either directly or indirectlywith visitors who aro experiencing diffi-

stroyed by the negroes. Mr. C's late all the food its teaming millions culty in securing accommodations.
General Manager Naples Town Imp. Co.,
father and made
planted quite a success -
consume, with the exception of game brick manufacturing
Macclenny a -
13 Mohawk Block (over Postofflce),
of this
grove. ... and what the sea affords. The growthof establishment which requires twen-
Jacksonville, Florida.
One advantage claimed for the this country is wonderful ; a few ty-five first-class hands to operate it.

Picholine is that it is adapted to a years ago and we went eighteen miles She also claims to have the best and

larger variety of soils than many of for our mail, now it comes every dayto handsomest school-building in the Authorized Agent: "'

the others. door. If furniture was wanted,
our State and of the ablest teachers.
R.G.ROBINSON &Co., Orlando,Fla.J. .
Olive tree bear every year moreor we cut down the trees, split them, and E.MITCHELL,,Tampa, Fla. .
less there are good and bad years. with frow, drawing knife, etc., got the The orange-growers in the neighborhood O.MITCHELL,Tal1ahas ee. Fla.
; } of Welaka have gathered their .IAS.! P.SNOW t Co., Boston,Mass.
They are easily transplanted. and wood ready and soon had the house VfUTLKbGK&TATUX, Bartow,Fla. :
and housed them in order to '. .
mechanical oranges : J. HiN.-iox Haines City Fla.NII.IN
rapidly with liberal manuringand furnished according to our .
grow effects should & NILEH, Key west, Fla.E.
good cultivation. The young abilities, chair bottoms were made of prevent bad any severe M. GRAHAM, braldeutown, Fla.
weather T. C. WATSON,Pensacola, Fla
., _tree will bear at two years old and cow or alligator skin, and. it was far cold come. CARLETON A CRAWFORD,Fort Ogden,Fla.I .

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DISPATCH. -- [JANUARY 31,3887.]

obsevation upon this subject ? Is it I though it was not weighed. This i j
Vegetable C arden not one worthy of earnest consideration plant was not fertilized either, but the ;
? R. E. P. soil first class land.
was pine Some of'! Along the line of the
Jacksonville,January 18,1887.Strawberries.. my neighbors have cultivated small
Home-Grown Seeds. South Florida 11f,road,
patches of it, and say it does well. I
Bdltor FLORIDA,DISPATCH. have heard of single roots weighing The great highway to Cuba.

This subject may be a little "out of The rust on strawberries is not the Fifty pounds. W. J. B. | ing These lands! are admirably adapted to grow-

eaeon" but it is of trouble in this section, but the grub- Oxford, Fla.,Jan. 18,1887.
just now one
con- ,
Oranges, Guavas,
worm is here with all his family. They laineA'ple,
eiderable importance to Floridians. Mulching Strawberry. and other semi-tropical fruits,also
eat the leaves, and when we hunt for
From some observation I am convinced them they are not to be seen. They Orlando evidently failed to use a Early Vegetable. and Strawberrie

that too many Northern grown take up their abode in the earth and sufficient quantity of mulch. No rain

seeds, raised in a different soil and keep themselves hid until their feed- can beat the berries into the sand if a of Town road.Lots in growing town alon the line

under other climatic conditions ing time, which is when we are asleep. good heavy mulch is put on all around Large tracts Inarfoull, parts of the State,
We can usually find them by digging the; plants. Orange county sand must for timber.Grazing purposes. Sugar growing and
planted in this State.' Why are thereso around the hill, but this is too muchof be very different from that found in Map and information furnished on application -

few native seeds used ? Has careful a job where there are many }plants. this; part of the country. When our toLAND

observation and long experience demonstrated Some say that saltpetre will destroy berries get sandy, nothing short of DEPARTMENT Sanford SOUTH,Fla., or FLORIDA R. R.,

their inferiority ? Or has them. They seem to be the worst: washing or brushing will make them '
it resulted from the fact that many of where stable manure is used. There clean. Therefore many growers findit FIEED.General T. Land 3IYEKS Agent, ,

our and most successful truck must be a remedy for them. It will profitable to mulch. Z. 82 West Ray Ht., Jacksonville, Fla.
have here from other .. .. ,-- -- -
growers come require some mother wit, perhaps, to
States and, from mere habit, contin'. find it out ; but when you do find it, Professor IIilgard, of the Universityof Just Received and in Transit

II' to plant seeds grown by their old"I (do not get it patented, but scatter it California, says that he has been

seedsman ? The money annually paid over the laud that all may hear the surprised at the effect produce-J on 30,000 ()range Bores, ,
for seed grown out of the State good news, that the undergroundenemy the hairy tent caterpillar by water
for planting in it amounts to a con- is routed. If any one has tried that contained a mixture of one poundof J OOOO Orange Bog Hoop,

siderable sum and should, if possible, saltpetre or other remedies, they mightdo bubach powder to fifty gallons of 20,000 Kcams of Orange Wrap .

be kept at home.A much good by letting us know water. Althougn the tent caterpillarspaid
large number of persons are, I about it. We have protected cabbageby no attention to the powder when Other Growers' supplies in full stock. Send

fear, too careless in selecting and pro- winding paper, tunnel shape, blown upon them from the bellows, for Price List. .
serving seeds, and may not this be one around the stalk, und if well cared when they received a sprinkle of the

cause why such seeds arc not more for they soon become too tough for diluted extract they died very soon E. BEAN ',
generally planted ? Bad eeed improperly their tender-toothed foe.( We see long Professor Hilgard has recommendedthe
kept cannot be expected to rows of cabbage in this section, and use of the extract in greenhousesand Commission Merchant and Forwarder, .
best results. conservatories, on account of its
produce not one missing, so we conclude that
Waj cross R. Wharf, Jacksonville, Fla.
Water melons, musk melon, butter the plants grow too fast for the grubs. harmlessness to plants.Mr. .

beans, cow peas, etc., grow well from Cabbage is looking well in many R. Whitfield sent in to Tal-
Garden and Field Seeds
Southern seeds. Some maintain that places here, but the cold nipped some lahassee a wagon load of turnips last

they producecrops, of superior quality.If of the peas ; still they are growing, week, the smallest: in the lot weighing. Forage Crops in Particular.Kaffir .
this be true of these why may not and we think they will come out all four() pounds each, and the largest : Corn New.handsome valuable.
like results be obtained from the use right. We know many a Northerneris weighing nine and a hall pounds each Headquarter Seed,50c lb. Postage 16c extra.
Yellow SlIIlu Maize-Karly':: prolific desirable
of home grown seeds for growing other waiting with longing eyes for a Mr. 'Vhitfleld, finding that his turnips I : also Large: African Millet, or White
species of the same families ? taste of the cream of Florida Dura; W .lie MIHo Maize, Early Amber,and
vegeta- were being back ,
weighed, sent to his
Early Orange Laue. These at 25c Ib, or by
While upon this subject, at the risk tion, and we do not mean to disap- farm and brught in another load of mail He Ib.tipaniwh).
of making this so lengthly that it shall' them. We have Peanuts> 'JOc tb, by mall 30c lb.
point eaten our larger turnips, Some of the last load Full a assortment Garden Seeds, Grass and
find its proper place in the waste ripe strawberries, and they had a weighed twelve pounds each Clover Seeds! Early and Reliable Corn for .
basket, I will add something upon the "more-ish" taste. S. L. REED. Peterklii'n Improved Cotton Seed-tO per
proper mode of selecting seeds. My Mr.\ George II. Foster, of Micanopy, cent aetlint.
father, when I was a boy and before the Market Gardening the South. will plant thir een acres of Chili Rtd attention Send for to lists orders.of any Seed wanted. Prompt ,

day of modern mammoth seed houses, Our Southern friends in former potatoes on his farm east of town this J. II. ALEXANDER,
Seed Siore: Augusta,Ga.
season. From his with different ,
always had the local reputation of experience
--- "
- ----- -- --
years, have had a rather "soft snap" in
growing the best kinds of everythingthat their in varieties: last season he is satisfied One Year Old KIKFFEU & I E CONTK
marketing early produce our find tint SOUTHEKN!'
that the Chili Reds
the Pears
he cultivated and he are potatofor Apples
invariably large Northern cities. The prices obtained by Mall or t'XIrel4l4.
selected the best for Florida. Contracts taken for prtpagatin"alued varieties -
seed which he
have been large enough to en- l of fruits. SI'RINGCIT1 NUKSKKIKS; ,
was very careful\ to secure from the able the Southern growers to remain The hammocks) around Lake City 'JOHN FRASER, Proprietor,Huntsvllle.Ala.'SHAKER'S .

depredation of rats and other causes of in the old ruts, and stick to the horrible abjund with hard woods that are '

injury. For his seed corn he chose "negro" style in the managementof adapted for:) :luanuiacturin*; of a large; X

only the largest and best grained ear: the soil, popular all over the South. number of article. The owners of / FAMOUS

and used only the grains from about Clumsy tools, clumsiness in handling these would olf't-r) to the wood( manu- (GARDEN SEEDSNEWMd \

two-thirds of the stem end of the cob, them, and clumsy laborers-that is yet facturers the most liberal terms in or !i!
and from that or some other unknowncause the rule. der to get these works:; up. j Magnificently GREATLY illast..sent ENLARGED to any address CATALOGUE on receipt of

the result was that, althoughhis Prices have at last found( their true The Whitmore Brothf-re few : tamps Special to pay t postage.for Market Regular Gardeners customers offerIng ,i
a milts I f : Seeds at wholenale price*. Send for it. Addre
lands better than those of
were no level, and at present the race and com- below Kissimmee S AKEIZSEEICO.MT.LEBANONN.YF'OR -
are snipping from : .. .
his of them acknowl- I - -
neighbors, many petition is between t the skill of the forty to barrels of --
sixty cauliflower
eged the superiority of his corn by ALE.TIlE .
Northern gard uer and the climate from their gardens three times i
procuring it for seed. For Irish and which favors his Southern brother. week to the Eastern markets. per
sweet potato seed he used only the The latter will have to improve hislletllos CELEBRATED: .

largest and best formed tubers, cutting of gardening, or be left behind Smith Dorrien, of Kissimmee, has Edjre\vater Orange Grove and

them into pieces of one eye each when in this race, :in spite of the natu- 10,000 cabbages set out, and coming i Winter Home,
planting.It ral advantages 01 his situation.Orchard on nicely. He made the first ship-
is strongly maintained by some of and Garden. ment of snap beans from that section Situated on the St. Johns liver,6 miles south
the most successful, growers of water 4 this season. ofPalatka. Tract contains 130 acres,30 acres
and other melons that their success is Cassava.Editor It is stated that there will be at under wire fence. Grove contains 2,000 trees,
J,. JO bearing; present crop 3,000 boxes. Also
partly due to their practice of FLORIDA DISPATCH: least thousand of
preserv- one acres tobacco a large number: of other bearing fruit trees-
ing seed fsom the middle and blossom In an article on Cassava, in a late planted in the section tributary to lemons, peaches,Japan persimmons plums,
end of the melons, care being taken to number of the DISPATCH, the writer Lake City the coming year. LeConte pears,figs, etc. Large barns pack-
elect such only are of large size, fully says he does not know this plant Ii g-hou,green-house, tenant's house,poul- ,
Lake City truckers are now putting try yard with running water,wharf,artesian ..,
developed and well ripened, and, when grows on "pine ]land. I do not know .
in their the well,sulphur bathing pool,in tact a complete ,
peas, however .:.
kinds desired how it land
from on pine generally
early are only grows ,
will be less than place. Modern cottage house of 10 rooms,be- ;;,
those that ripen first. but from some specimens in this com- any previousyear. sides]laundry,bath-room,storeroom,etc.,all '
Will not the many intelligent cor- munity I should think it did pretty with hot and coB water. Grounds well ? .
respondents who write for the improvement well. I raised a few plants the past I Professor Riley states that there is stocked with choice shrubs and flowers. For 3 j .':

of the readers of the DISPATCH, yoar, and I think the roots from one nothing known to him that so quickly further particulars address W. F. FULLER ,K; :
give them the benefit of their personal plant weighed at least fifty pounds, kills the cotton worm as bubach. San Mateo, Fla. [t.. !s'f'. vlUs
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shows in the country. Delay is especially dangerous when HARDWARE !

Poultry. Florida seems peculiarly adapted to applied to putting coops in order.

raising poultry of all kinds, and Air slacked lime is a simple and efficient -
deodorizer about the hen house.
Poultry at Orlando.C. nothing would give greater stimulusto

J. Ward, editor of the American the industry than competitive exhibitions Owing to the impurity of air in the GEO. McCoNiHE,
Journal of of. hennery many of the finest fowls sicken -
Poultry Chicago, one of this kind.
the model class publications of this and die.
New at Old
( BallAlig Stand.)]
country, writes us as follows : "In Black Javas.BY If your hens lay soft-shelled eggs,
the DISPATCH of the 10th inst., I read' give fowls plenty of cinders,
DR. HALL EDITOR CHICAGO POUL- your oys- 40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
with interest, your article on the ter shells, lime, rubbish, etc.
South Florida Fair, and as a future resident i- TRY LETTER. -
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Constant changing of stock gives
t of fair State
your was rejoicedto
In the above :fowl we have the best you no opportunity to realize the full
know that the
people were Hardware.
wakingup Cutlery, Stoves and Tinware.
to the importance of holding exhibitions possible make up for a valuable fowl ; value of any breed, however good. House Furnishing Goods, Granite and

r of its products, thus letting not the breast is deep and full; body long, The person who expects to make Agate Ware. Sash, Doors, Blinds,

only their own people know what improvements broad and deep; no careless style, but profits on the poultry he habitually Oils. Agricultural Implements,
Iron and Steel. Rope, Belting, ,.
are being made, but thereby just the proper shape to put on flesh neglects has expectations that will Hose and Packing. Pumps,
bringing the State more prominently when it is most needed. We believe never be realized. Steam and Water Pipe .'
before the world in a better manner the Black Javas were first bred by a and Fittings, Four
than the physician in Missouri\ some twenty The feed which brings the greatest Steel Galvanized
by outrageous "economizingthe
It is fact however that supply of eggs is the most economical Fence Wire,
truth" indulged in by land sharks years ago. ,
material with which to supply the Mantels, .
and speculators of the Belmore Land the stock was first brought to New .
flock in a view to profit.If .
York from Missouri.\ Within
the last
Company sort. It would be a grand Etc.Agent .>A
thing for Florida if these District four or five years more care has been young chicks or turkeys appear t {,

Fairs could be held in all parts of the exercised in selecting birds of a cer- stupid and ailing, examine them for ,.c .l

State, each year, and thus bringingout tain shape, and a good degree of vigor, lice. A little grease put on top of the -v

permanently, the good points and till now their vitality and activity are head und under the wings will gener- For

capabilities of each section of the State rarely equaled, and never excelled, by ally prove efficacious. Treat the

and introducing to the public and intending fowls of equal size. It requires no mother in like manner. Fumigatethe Orange Lightning Powder, Farmers' Friend -
immigrants, the various pro- high fence to keep the Javas within henhouse also. and Boss Plows,Dangler 011 Stoves, Perry
bounds. We know of breeds of <&: Co's Celebrated Stoves and Ranges,
ducts that each section of no
county or If one wants to breed for the table, Southern (St. Louis) White Lead,
the State is best adapted for. As it fowls better adapted to close quarters,
he should select the flesh former; if Masury's Pure Colors In Oil,
stands the residents of the North nor one that would resist the attacksof Masury's Railroad k Liquid
now for eggs, the layer; if only to greese :
who nre longing for the general health disease in every form, with more his boots, the fat maker. The flesh Paints, Fal.rban.ks'
fortitude than the Black the Mottled Standard Scales.
giving breezes of fair Florida and or -
can readily be found on the breast,
that is making his arrangements to Javas. Of late years they havebeen the wings and the thighs the fat in the .eir"Tln Roofing,Sheet Iron,Copper and Tin
become a resident of the State, know exhibited at our poultry shows, stern and abdomen, and the eggs in Work to order.PIANOS .
very little about what is the most and their uniform color, shape, combs the nest.
profitable or best product to engage and in fact all points, showed them to

in. When he gets to Florida about be a breed of rowarkable purity, and If your chicks appear droopy when ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS

all we know is that the best orangesin they were consequently admitted to about a week or ten days old,examine

the world are raised there, and the standard of excellence as pure them carefully under the wings andon Genuine
that "garden sass" can be raised in bred fowls. Their color is a rich, the head; you will soon find the Bargains.

winter, that is when it is winter here, glossy black all over, with clean legs cause-lice. Mix a little suphur and

so he goes it blind and goes in for a of a rich, browny black ; they have lard together and apply to these Being Sole Agents in the South for
"grove" and in many cases finds out single combs and mature very early. points. One application is usually
They are good layers of large sized sufficient. CHICKERING, MASON &: HAMLIN, .MA- .
he has made a grand mistake after his "'1
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cash is all invested. A series of countyor eggs, and will average larger than the Life. .,
District Fairs, with full reports Plymouth Rocks. They have yellow Enjoy 4r
skin and will breed true to color and What a truly beautiful world we live
of them and distributed
published in! Nature gives us grandeur of moun- PIANOS
all over the North would send you will have but few culls. In gen- tains, glens and oceans, and thousandsof ,
millions of 'capital and thousands of eral beauty they rival the Black means of enjoyment. We can desireno
intelligent working settlers to Floridain Spanish or Black Miuorcas\ ; cocks better when in perfect health; but how
often do the of the feel ORGANS
weigh ten pounds and hens majority people
the next ten years, and place the eight like giving up disheartened, discouragedand ,
when matured.
State among the most solidly prosperous pounds worn out with disease, when there is
and productive of the United The Javas, Black or Mottled\ will no occasion for this feeling, as every sufferer MASON & HAMLIN, BAY STATE, '
States. Being interested in a specialty, give satisfaction either North or South.G. can easily obtain satisfactory proof,
F. Doolittle, Onatonna Minn. that Green's' August Flower will make PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.
'Pure Breed Poultry occured to ,
them free from disease when born.
I as
.-, me that it would be a good thing if heads the Black Javas, and J. 11. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint are the Everyone given benefit of our one price system -
and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy
those having fine poultry would take Jones, Suffield, Connecticut, the Mottled direct causes of seventy-five per cent. of terms of payment,and payment of freight assumed -
i; measures to make an exhibit of it at Javas. such maladies as Biliousness, Indigestion by us to Purchaser's nearest R. R.or
the South Florida Fair. .4Poultry Sick Headache, Costiveness, Nervous steamboat landing.
I Farm. Prostration, Dizziness of the Head,
would command more atten Palpitation of the Heart, and other distressing -
tion and interest ; and if the fact is In a recent notice of the Enterprise symptoms. Three doses of August -
Flower will its wonderful ef- VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-
fully demonstrated that Florida is poultry farm of our correspondentDr. prove
well adapted to raising fowls-as I J. L. S. Hall, editor Chicago fect. Sample bottles> .,
firmly believe it is-there will be a i. Poultry Letter, in the DISPATCH some Consumption Cured.
large number of experienced breeders inaccuracies appeared. The tract all kinds of small Instruments offered at
An old physician, retired from lowest prices. Send for our illustrated cata-
of poultry from all parts of the North consists of eighty acres. Dr. Hall hasa having! had placed in his hands practice by logue.

engaged in this pleasant and profitable portion cleared and ready for orange an East India missionary the formula oi J Ja ".'J, '..
business in Florida, thus adding trees, also has erected a residence simple vegetable remedy for the speedy '-" f.j.

another source of ]profit and luxury to which he will hereafter make his win- and permanent cure Consumption, .
Bronchitis Catarrh, Asthma and all Artist materials
the citizens of the State." ter home.' He has a fine lot of light Throat and, Lung Affections, also a positive -II. Picture Frames, -.

We commend these suggestions to Brahmas, dark Brahmas, white Leg- and radical cure for Nervous Debil- Fine Pictures,
horns, brown Leghorns, Wyandottes, ity and all Nervous Complaints,after hav-
the consideration of Messrs. Levi '11'. Dorkins, Victoria hogs and Pekin ; ing tested its wonderful curative powers Fancy Goods
Claire, Smith, Gore and other leading ducks. in thousands of cases, has felt it his dutyto Albums, Stationery
make it known to his suffering fellows.
-- -- We in anything In
can save money
spirits of the Fair, and would suggest Actuated by this motive, and a desire to Music, Art or Fancy you Goods. Write us for
that as Mr.\ Ward will be present at Notes. relieve human suffering, I will send, free prices.
Pick out the best cockerels for stock, of charge,to all who desire it, this recipein
the Fair he might be prevailed uponto and market the others. German, French or English, with ful -
award the directions for preparing and using. Sent I
premiums, he havinghad A well fed and well cared for chicken by mail by addressing,with stamp, Dam-
experience in this sort of thing at or adult fowl is not as liable to disease ing this paper W. A. Nora*, 149 Pow LUDEEN & BATES, S. M- H._ .

nearly all of the prominent poultry as a neglected one. er's Stock, Rochester, N. Y. SAVANNAH, QA. '


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sembling this, which is botanically Wild rye-grass, botanically, various I Chicago Poultry Letter

grasses, called Andropogon hallii, and it prevails forms of Elymuscanadeusis, is frequent ;

,in very !sandy soil ; its roots are in low grounds and borders of streams, I 13 TIlE REST

_.. .-. thick.and penetrate deeply in the soil, and where it occurs in sufficient quantity Poultry and Live Stock Journal

Hardy Grasses= keeping it fresh and vigorous in the is cut for hay and is esteemed one Published.It .
driest time. This is sometimes called of the best kinds.
Dr. George Vasey,Botanist,recently tells how to mate, raise and manage
commisioned by the Agricultural Department sand-grass, and it is said to be greatly Among other grasses having some Poultry for pleasure and profit.

at. Washington to make an sought for by cattle in winter. It value, and occurring in some localities,

investigation of the grasses and forage grows from three to five feet high ; the may be named Sporobolus cryptan- PRICE 50 CENTS PER ANNUM.

plants of.the arid districts of the West flower spikes when developed are drus, Sporobolus airoides Chrysopogon
hairy, and have a white or yellowishcolor nutans Hilaria Jamesii, Bouteloua
has his which is
completed report, fully The Chicago Poultry Letter and The Weekly
illustrated and can be obtained from and the leaves and stem are com- racemossa, Stipa spartea,Ku leria cris- Western Fancier's Review both for 31.35.

the Department. In view of the ex- monly a light, bluish-green color. tata, several species of Muhlenbergiaand Address

periments now being made in this Another species of this family, called Munroasquarrosa. Some of these J. L. S. HALL, M. D.,

State'with new grasses in the effort to Andropogon scoparius, grows in dense may prove to be valuable in cultiva- 1605 W. 47th St.Chicago, Ill.

obtain foreign plants best adapted to tufts or bunches, generally on thin tion for this arid region. Several Notice is hereby given of the formation of 4 ..
ft corporation named the "The E. Moulie
our'sandy soil: and hot sun, Dr. Vasey'a soil, or on bluffs and hills, but frequently worthless annual grasses are often Florida Floral Perfumery Company," whose
of in- also on bottom land, and is abundantly mixed on the plains with principal place of business shall be Jacksonville
investigations are special 'Florida. The general nature of i its busi-
terest. He has made such examina- called bunch-grass. Apparently the the gramma and buffalo, such as Aris- ness shall be the manufacture and dealing In
same species in a somewhat different tida Festuca tenella, Hor- every variety of toiler articles and growingof
tion of the of purpurea
as was possible grasses flowers and plants for said business.
the arid districts of Kansas, Nebraskaand variety grows in the East, and is one deum jubatum, and Elyruus Sitanion. The Capital Stock authorized Is Twenty
of the so-called sedge It is Some of these are injurious on account.of i Thousand Dollars, to be issued fully paid up.
Colorado, and, also of the northern grasses. I The Corporation commences on filing the ar-
part of New Mexico. The native probably what is referred to by some the barbed awns which cause sore ticles tinues with Ten Years the Secretary from that or date.State, and con-

grasses were found to be numerous, Western writers as sage-grass. It is mouths in animals and work into the The business is to be conducted by Three

but those constituting the main reli- frequently cut for hay and serves a wool and even into the flesh of sheep.BeggarWeed. and Directors a Secretary, from among and Treasurer whom a President shall be

ance for grazing purposes are of two good purpose for winter forage. 0 4 chosen, the same' to be elected yearly as the
By-Laws prescribe.! jl
Another and valuable
kinds-gramma and buffalo. Theseare important The highest amount of indebtedness or liability -
grass occurring in low or moist ground, Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: the corporation can subject It/ielCto/ at
of different but
botanically genera, any; time is Five Thousand Dollars.
usually near streams, is Panicum vir- Can any of your many readers tell
generally denominated bufialo grass- GEORGE F;. WIL 'OS.LOIU:1IiZO "
of low gntum, which is sometimes called wild whether it is best to encourage the A. WII SON.
grasses growth, forming patches,
with of bare soil intervening. red top, or sometimes switch-grass. It growth of the weed, commonly knownas

When spaces not too closely cropped, slender varies in height from: two to four feet, "beggar weed?" Some think it the 4t1 SEEDPOTATO

flowering stems are sent up in July wtih long leaves and a wide spreading best and cheapest fertilizer we can get, =

and August, bearing at the summitone panicle of flowers. It is abundant on and others contend that it does more

or two short banner like spikes. the native prairies in Eastern Kansas harm than good. An old settler, near J HEADQUARTERS

The true buffalo grass (buchtoe dactyloides and) forms good proportion of the wild this place, has encouraged its growthon Orignal importer of

) forms extensive, cushionlikebeds grass there cut for hay. It also form" high pine land, and he says his W rn = the Edward famous Inland Prince

the with an important part of the native mead- land is much better now than it was Early Rose,be8tlD
covering ground closely the world
for earlyaod
compact foliage of lighter color than ow-grasses in the valley of the Platte thirty years ago, and no other ertilizerhas handsome crop. All
== the standard varieties
the These two canstitute as far west as O'Fallon, and in smaller ever been used. Some thinks it --E--------= but no fancy kinds
gramma. grasses -
the base of the mountains. makes hay equal to better than Now in store and ar-
generally 90 per cent. of the entire quantities at or riving..K.|.Early
grass product, but in most locali- Another species of this genus occurs clover.] If all this be true it is a great _# Katie llebronNorthernItoseWbltestar, Beauty of

ties the gramma is more abundant. in Texas, New Mexico and Southern boon to the State, as it takes care of state! of ( ,
There are also several different grasses Colorado, which has the name of Vine i. itself after being once sown. &0. Send for Catalogue -

Me-quit. I. is botanically caPed Pan- AY. J. B. 12-1 DOCK FllEE. .
known as blue-stem, blue-joint and T C DAVENPORT .TnEET.JlJLAUtLl.
icum obtusum. I found patches of I Oxford, Fla., Jan. IS IN$ i JA. P.I. .
blue grass, ,but quite different from the 0 4 i
blue- ra18 of the more eastern States. this growing in Southern Colorado, The lattst discovery in Florida is Nurseries of Lake Weir Co.

Dr. in his conclusion making an even grassy surfhce about said be rich of I
Vasey says : : to deposited phosphatesnear ,: 10O.OOO Orange: and 'Mnon Trees,
One of these, sometimes called Col- two feet high and appearing as if it the new city of Naples.The Our trees are very thrifty, three and four
orado blue-stem is botanically called would cut two tons per acre. I also year old ,.,stock%to IX! inch diameter,with
Sumter fair comes off' nne year old buds. Nurseries easily acces-
in county
it in considerable quantity hay I ''
Agropyrum glaucum. It has a stiffs saw :>le to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for
into the Pueblo market. It early in February at Leesburg. I Catalogues. AddressE.
and leaves which
rigid stem are usuallyof j B.FOSTER,Manager,
a bluish green color. Oh hard, dry frequently throws out runners several dec2My South Lake Weir Fla.

soil its growth is low and sparse, only feet long (six to eight feet sometimes), 3000 EXTRA No. I JAPAN PER- --ALBERT"FRIES

. here and there scattered stalk with which at intervals form thickened : ; ,
flower-spike somewhat like a starved, woolly knots or nodes, which some- r !! AGENT FOR
times take root. It deserves'attention 33z} to 4 feet,G l best varieties,all tested here,oOe '
head of wheat but in low .
beardless t' IIAKIIDS:
each; $1.00 per ooz.; $i>.00 per 100.( ) i
with reference to its agricultural value. ROTTEDGr
moist ground it often grows with great BONE MANURE
One of the so-called bunch-grasses 300 Giant Ulammoth Chestnut
vigor two or three feet high and Decomposed' with Potash.
wherever it is abundant it is consid-- botanically called Oryzopsis cuspidata, Trees Price$23 lerton,free on board In Jacksonville
I Samples of 16 different grades of l ered valuable for hay, and is a com- occurs near the mountains in sandy soil 3 to 4 feet, tine all grafted,T.XJ; each; $7.'J5: per I put up by Mr. Baker, ran be seen at the let-
but I did not observe it over the east doz.; $50)per 100. I man Drug Store, 19 E. Bay St.Jacksonville.Send .
resort for cattle in the winter. It
mon ; 2-cent stamp for ca'alogue.'
is most common near the mountains, ern part of the arid district. In Southern Seed of the Same at 7>*>c per lb. ---- -- ---- I

but extends into Western Kansas and 'New Mexico and Arizona, how- More Profitable than Oranges !
All of the above have just arrived and In fine .
Nebraska. Another grass, frequently ever, it is said to he an importantgrass. cultivation. I Send for Catalogue of .

t i called the blue-stem, or blue joint, of Associated with Andropogon rape:
ii. ii. s.\ FORD & co.,
Kansas is botanically called Andropo- hallii in very sandy districts is anothertall I Suited to the soil and climate of Florida,
c: Dixie Nursery, Thomasvllle, Ga. Grown and for sale at the
gon provincialis. On the prairies of grass, also called sand-grass, whichis I Andalusia mid Fort San fails Vineyards .
Eastern Kansas and Nebraska this is botanically, Ammophila longifolia. I send six 2-ceut stamps for 2 pack- and Nurseries
and well known It is coarse and tough, anh its princi- Lad I usages o'' choice mixed flower Reeds. r i Near Tallahassee, Fla.
a conspicuous grass, ((2 I K() kinds.) TilE CALL, E. miltois
very highly esteemed for hay. It is pal value seems to he as a refuge from Dorchester, Ms. Send for Price List of fo'LORIDAI.N, Manager..
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starvation by cattle in the winter. It -- - --
said that it is gradually crowding out
the sand dunes and sand oUN LEACH ED A
the gramma and buffalo grasses. It is prevails

found in some localities quite to the hills of the most barren districts. A HARDWOOD 2 I Fancy Poultry.W. .

base of the mountains, and is every- Another grass,of very different habit N Supplied in car-load lots. AdmitH

where esteemed good grass for hay.It and growth is sometimes also called I A ted one of the most Complete FertilE W. FENDRICH,

five or six feet. The leaves are botanically called Distichlis maratima. I teed. Correspondence r Keeps 20 varieties of Purbrrd Fowls.

long and abundant\ ; the stem has frequently This is a.low, very leafy grass, frequently -I A H. L..tiOWELL; Xontreal.te Canada.PLASTSOUTHKKN CO., Yards Eggs: Shell for Hatching Road near,$2 Moncrlef per dozen.Spring.

a bluish color, and has at the forming the principal part of P. O. Box'-WK Jacksonville.
"" GRO\VNJ .
; )1entlon
DI"-; ;
top a cluster of from three to five the vegetation in alkaline soils, thoughnot

flower spikes, each being two or three confined to such. There seems to :, SMALL FRUITS. pU SAMPLE rp

inches long, and generally purplish in be a difference of opinion as to the For prices send list of what you need to "TREATMENT r
Fruit Nurseries Huntsville fa faith ,
it Southern Small gnat oar we Mrar 7 color. value of this grass, some regarding Alabama. G. A. L.IPPINCOTT, htBer.rwwillmat: enough toeoBYfac.,
There is another species much re. as useful, others of no value. Manager. .t |*s. LATOEUACH A Ca.Hurtlr.





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IJAI/niUOKE, lid.E'tab11hed .

I : In:1774.: .

::EI.IL.A.r.v.r: : : : .A.. JB C>LTE=l.S.. The Flours made by these Mills are not surpar .>d by any flours made in this country for -

*" (Successor to J. E. Hart,) Family use. -;,

20 West Kay Street Jacksonville, Flu.I The value of flour depends on the proportiq"'i. :quantity of gluten, sugar and phoaphmt

handle none but the Best and most Reliable Seeds! My new Catalogue will be sent free on of lime. Maryland and Virginia frontpjjr.jich our .

application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in !
ROI 1t
Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal r Bran Wheat
I are manufactured, is unequalled the purity and superior quality of its nutritious prop
ertles. We make

GROUND FEED, SCREENINGS, COTTON SEED MEAL, Etc. Pucu.ptCO \xpex'latl"Vo-IVortIi PoInt Family

STATE AGENT FOR and other brands.C. .

J. E. Tygert & Co.'s A Star Brand Fertilizers. A. GAMBRILL r MANUFACTURING COMPANY,

r. Guuruntocii .
3'2 Commerce Street,Baltimore,ilL

ORANGE .,',. .h TREE and VEGETABLE -Represented by Mr.JAS. H. BURST,Jack aonvi Me. Fla.HORACEDREW.._'_



NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC. 59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida ,

Prices on application. J July 27 U WHOLKdALK:: AND RETAIL

Books Periodicals and
Stationery Newspapers
Season 1887. THE heahon 1857. ,

. M .A. :P E] IS Music, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods,

Oranges COMPLETE AND SPECIAL CHOP Vegetables I Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door

Oranges MANURESSTILL Vegetables, Amusements.

llarcourt'M Fla. Fr: tills and Mow to liaise Tltom. New Ed. Revised, En-
Oranges FURTHER IMPROVEMENT Vegetables larged and fully Illustrated. .S1.2&
Moore's Orange Culture, Hev. Ed. .=1.00
Oranges in adapting them to the most successful Vegetables Oemler's Truck Farming in the South . 1.50
growth Floridasols.Oranges and Whltner's Gardening In Floi Ida. 1-50
Oranges Fruits on Vegetables McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida .:.... 4.00

Oranges These Map Jrln"r. VegetablesVegetables I have-llnitsofrvrr'all I the Maps, Books',description etc., on Florida, that are published. Complete lists on appllcat'Nri -

( acknowledged by (he best .
Oranges and Mans ) --- -- -
pwtlcHl authorities, Seethe : > u
Oranges Pamphlet' fur 18S7)) afford the Flotidu Spin I-'Ii1'olin'aI --mss = ,
Orange, Fruit and! Vegelybleerowerstftf \
Small Fruits only mifff rntionnl it ml rrontim'-cul I Fruits
"'"// oJ'uatun'In1.
Their High Grade Standard Fully I I lintainetl.All a- ', i
: _
the ofllclal analyses published by the Agricultural experimental *.tatlusft: (! ,\ ( -
years) show that the high guaranteed standard the Mapo (*omp!.>teand Sj. ciMl Our Seeds nre ungarpa* ed In the world,their parity tad Y!tftlitrteiog tested before fending oot.. ,
East Few are equal, none better. To prove their great nperlorlty,and Induce thoasaads of new en y
;Manures (highest In the worldi/ has been fully maintained firm postal for new pain-
then become will lend free
tomes to trr them(knowing br experience they permanent onitomen)we by
phlet 1887, which gives analyses, uitnratifced nnnpoKltlim, 7>"/(' '.v and all debited\ iiifonmt- mail on receipt of O>K DOI.LAlC;actutUvi uciitU.aOioar bpvelul introduction ICoxof eed*, / '
tion, viz: How to get them how to use; them etc, eddresn containiuglaro +ize tlluatratedpaekea of all the BEST New and Standard Tarletle.u tollowi
,i New Early I'eerle 3abbnrp,extra early,tery large One solid head of
i TYSEN, SMITH & CO.t t )ur :Forwarding Agents) Jacksonville: I I la. r w iuperiorqualityewW6ite1'lumeCeleryeuiestgrownneedsnobank.lug (
np.very crisp and solid;French Asparacn(lean,mot tender and
Dr. O. TV. LANCASTER, DeLand Fla. I I G. I). CMPFOltf, Kustls, Pl.t. deUcioui; >ew Chartler Radish,earlj,crisp and handsome; John.nonV .
Dr. J. N. ISISIIOP, Sanford, CbrUtma*Melon,greatest novelty of the age,keep all winters
'genuine Hurehvad Cabbage.Onest main erop cabbage; llantlaa'
+ THE MAPE8 CO., 1HS Front St.. Nvw York. Turnip Iteetearlie tdeeDbk>osweee;
as honey;Improved Yellow Globe DaaTen Onion;Mew Karly: { iht
l j .I Orange Hweet Corn sweetest of all; Nantucket tmfrt the great I
Yankee Pie Pumpkin; Jt'llderkraut Cabbage, new German Tariety;
ACRES OF LAND ; I'ecrleM White Hplne Cucumber,one new strain; Llvlaicatoa's)
2,500,000 Favorite Tomato; Mew Giant Italian LeeL; Lettave,all best
y, varieties,giving fine Lettuce for the table the entire season;Large White
(lobe summer Radish; New Fern-Leaved I'amleyi Improved
Orantre Carrot; Extra Curled Cren; Earliest Scarlet Radlob; Montreal Improved
FOR SALE BY Mutmeir Alelon; New EnLhulzcn Spinach,long uuJlng:Lmrjt1 Jiell pper;Balslfy or t
Vegetable Oyntert Earliest Huh Squa.h; Nw K d Top Whlt Globe Turnip: Im- o
pro vedSugarParrnlpI rUleheud\VntertluasbLong! Smooth Blood Winter Beet.V .
\ >will also pat in each box 8 packets of CHOICE FLOIVER HEEDS as a present for your '
THE FLORIDA $SOUTHERN RAILWAY% I wife, mother or daughter. Send a #1 bill,postal note or stamps in an ordinary letter,and you will
COMPANY I receive the box by return mall. Three toxe..ent for only 2.5O.. (r OHDEIC NOW
! and get oarUAKDE.N and FARM MANUALfor lMM7.ahandomebooU,with bondred
I or one new Ulust-atlons and colored plates, mailed FliEE to all who write for it. AddreajcNiiWBC


Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange, .... -' .

Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard!, Baker. Polk & Manatee, a, CHRYSANTHEMUMSk

Consisting of the finest Orange Fanning, Vegetable and Grazing Lands In tht state of Flor- the FINES COLLEt, ON extant. havecn1led England aDd the
ida. .Price*- $l 23 per acre and upwards, according to location. vAItlETIESbntatillonrepecialJAES E lIIn.ill'UItTATIUYS, and Meed-
!M Borpam them all Prices
'11 rther information, apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Paliuiti, Fla. from S[.UO per dozen to Sl.OOeach. SEED from _
1, our li next", teamed varieties'l5
tN WILKIE: W. I' c' C'enti er packet.

at :Chief Clerk and Cashier- Land Department --Chief EngIneer :l'H'.-?-I.i"d--:- -r.-+)tnmi"sionrr- Ir.. '.. DAM LOA I OurcoDectionf the largest.
and fl net offered
6RAOIL1SI'HH Of all Arter the
ORANGE GROVES .. i We are GROWERS, finest are the
and "
r Greatest BoautjAM IJIFpIlTEltS, NEW PEARLS"
<4___ .
a practical cultivators of
I t
.. ...... ,.....-- ) Seeds, Bulbs, Jt Plant "QneenMarguerites"
'ham. \. Aa growers,we?ktvethe
: .:;;.. ... v. Of all Single; Dah advantage: of knowin/ PelirlWbitel 25e.
negotiated on First Mortgage Heal Estate i Homl-l ,! /"" ., \, Iu s. UeceivedtheLlaheM what is really meritorious l'euJ Rose i per pkt
possible ; as importer tbo _
J { \ award merit advantages of business
I '
J. II. LI\'IX 1 (;TOX. I from the :National relations with all the 1 LI ILIUM TENUIFOLIUM
} Horticultural Society leading epecial.sts: and .
_._ (u..IH. r'la.. i ;?; of France. knowledge of where to
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iloc.per (Coral Lily of
of each particular artiSiberia. ) l
CC> C> 'Cje:::> NEW cle. It is oar !aim, to This in the brightest
b1jOT1J .
peaserou. ; you fern of all Vermilion l
n the advantages we posefs. Scnrlet. I>eli- '
Real Estate Brokers and Agents V E b g N K < We mention a few eatewax-ure Flowers. .
i little thing/ we think Foliage re wiJpleaaoyoubntrefer! Fern frond. Blooms
61 We Hay Street Jacksonville, Fla. I Grandiflora.Olammotli to oar general Catalogue l lartof: Mar. A picture.

Orango Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. City ) Send. which FRT we.L will A bonnet 30c. i Itself.

and Suburban Property for Sale. ,; ;: large Single as I flowers Uo-cent as to all! applying. ..1,for_8 1.00.

Correspondence solicited. piece. '
," Trasses enormous.
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JOHN T. LESLEY, President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWbON CHASE, Sec. & Treus f Colors bright and varied.A GLADIOLI
great advance in this favorite -

HILL nOROUG1 COUNTY REAL, ESTATE AGENCY ;! flower Oar collection is the
Seed 2;> Cts.per packet. .
Very Scarce. Finest la existence.LEMOINES I


Are rehab and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every 1 V. H. HAUOCK, SON & THORPE Finest The new mixed hardy varieties hybrids. ;

desert ptlo i of Real Estate. We solicit oorrepondenc Send tor our Descriptive I ultj.yCt't .
PAST HINSDAI'tEa NEW YORo. ..1r nggq.
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Title :florid X> isp; ttotL: .

With the Magnificent Connections.

The Great Fast Express Freight System of the South.

The attention of shippers Is directed to the Plant S. S. Line between Havana, Key West and Tampa, and People's Line of Steamers between Sanford. Palsitka and Jacksonville.! H'Hith
Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford, S., F. & W. Ry between Jacksonville, Gainesville, River Junction and Savannah, Savannah and Charleston, and Ocean SteamshipLine
between Savannah, Philadelphia, Boston and New York. The best equipped, fastest and most prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and orthwe,t. Re-
ceivers and shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection: .

Double daily fast freight service from all points North and West! via Albany,Jesup and Savannah -
Double fast
dally freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah. I .
to all points In Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville; ,Jacksonville, Calla-
Bally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interior. han and Live Oak.
and Coast points, including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Tri-weekly service by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing: from
Providence. New York (New PierV5: North River,) direct for Savannah Tuesdays,Thursdays and Satur11 -
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving Savannah \X'C.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship!! Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursdayfor
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchants and Miners Transportation Company, leaving Savannah direct, making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. for all points in Florida. Only direct line from New England) to the South.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steamship Company, leaving From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., sailing from Philadelphia every Saturday for
Savannah every Thursday. Savannah direct. '-.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via the Ocean Steamship Comany, leaving Savannah From Baltimore via Merchants and Miners Transportation! Co., two steamers per week
every Saturday. from Baltimore for Savannah direct making close connection with S., F.& W. By for all
Bailing days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. I points South.

The -Florida Dispatch Line Is the quickest and best fast freight route from all j>oints North, East and West to Florida. For full particulars, rates,stencils and shipping receipts applyto
any agents of the above lines,or to WM. P. HAKDEE. Jen'l) Freight Agent, Savannah, Ga.
C. D. OWENS, Traffic Manager,Savannah, Ga. W. :M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Traffic Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. D. II. ELLIOTT, Trav. Agent, Jacksonville.
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MacCallum Solicitor
Hugh (Late of Scotland.) ,

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CIIAS.JOY President. NAT. BOYNTZ, Vice-president. J. H. VIVION, Cashier. BUILDING I MATERIAL.I I''::
Late Pesl'dent{' Bank Late Cashier Bank of Orlando. Formerly Cashier; Com'l Bank of
Orlando. Lebanon, Ky. Late of Potter, THE LARGEST STOCK IN FLORIDA.
Vivlon t Co., Bankers, I
Bowling Green, Ky. FRONT PRESSED BHICKGOOD .. ....... .. .. fttlO.OO per 1000 ;
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORLANDO, Orange Co., Fla. FLOHIDA" .' .. 9.00'" ;t h

Capital Stock Paid In, $5OOOO.OO | Autliorlicd Capital, 2jO,()OO.OO Lime, Plaster, Lath, Cement, Hair, Fire, Fire Brick, Fire Slab*, Fire Mortar.

Tenders Its best services to the public in all legitimate Banking business.!' Collections in TYSKIV, SMITH: V: CO.. 12 AVeM Kay St.
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Booksellers Stationers Paper DealersNo. CelebratedORANGE

29 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. :
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Acres !
13,000 riA N U R E.
Of the beat quality heavy oak, hickory and cabbage hammock. having miles of river and I f -- -""" "'n "' ':;' ?:i
bay fronts and best water protection in Florida. Especially
adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables. I
g < IT W2LL; PAY YOU !
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a 5 4 ..8s \LYSIS.
-gi! ANTHONY & YOUNG QTQ 0! O = |
8iCD ._3 G 22 ="_ Ammonia . . . . . . . . . 3.50 per cent.
Q -o--
> b = t. =CD I'll '- ::! 0 I vailable Phosphoric Acid. . . . . . . . . 4.00 "

i 'g!a 2.!!;a: g a o:; Real Estate &. Insur.I Agents, ; 5' s i Potash . . . . . . . . . . . . .12.50 "

_- o f!"M (;''tS pi nmawq < Soda . . . . . r. . . . . 2.00 -
Ie;bit : w CP I Palmetto, Manatee Co., Fla. :0;m<::r If _m g !. Magnesia 0 . .. . 0 . . .. . . S.oo ., -.; .
0 watt- ao
C) .28 P tr-: o c.: I Lime . .'. . . . . . . . . . . 5.00: "- '.1.
a D','} I This justly celebrated Manure has liven thoroughly tried for vears in Florida, and U.lVUjffVAVitll : ii. ...
Town property Improved and unimproved .
isn th t'lrFtrtilizH'butonewhich 1Ia"00tll.
the best results. It > ().d c
In all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and test' for vfirs,and if propi-rlv nsvd ciun: < fail tn rcp.iy its! cost many times:. over in the I irWj t
bay fronts. Pure salt water. Oysters, fish and clams. Lovely building sites : creased yield of Orange,, general health n.u ru,::itl ;,:rVtll' of the tree I y'
on mainland and Islands. Yachting\ unsurpassed. orrespondence solicited.
-- It is, anti always has been the same MijK-rior Fertilizer as when first introduced years ago, f
and we guarantee tli :.t iis quality \\l11 hr Mistaiiu-il: in the future as in the 1 past>> as we do not f
GEORGETOWN NURSERIES.ORAJZVGIE propose to cheapen it In the i introduction: ol'un\ inferior and lower priced sources of Ammonia,
Phosphoric Arid, A.V.:
: AND ORANGE T.ltET Our ORANGE TREE :ltiiiure is securely' packed in burrels of 2oOlb".|
Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good health'"' lockH. Send for descriptive pamphlet to r

Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LitCONTE PEARS, GRAPES, ana a general line
Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address, : P. McQUAID, Jacksonville, Fla.,

A RAN: "" -.AGeorgetown, :F1a= : Where a full supply of it is constantly on handor[ to

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Fresh Garden and Field Seeds, ---

Full line for Spring planting, consisting in part of Water Melon Seed, Musk Melon, I :- :
Squash Tomato Bush Beans, Valentine Mohawk, Early Six Weeks and Refugee, and I
Garden Peas. fj1
BOO Barrels Seed< Potn; toe .''5OO

Early Rose, Burbank Seedling, Beauty of Heabron and Chill Red. Also Greenhouse and 'Budded Orange and Lemon Trees! _\

Nursery Stock. Catalogue free on application. S. L. TIBBITTS, 'dfJ
25 East Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla. Seedsman and Florist. v' 1 .
Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants. .

Trees Stron ;ancl Well Rooted:and Especially Adapted to South i
O talojrne now ready with descriptions of Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees, Florida.
Plants, Vines, Berries, Ornamental Trees, Grasses, etc., together with lull descriptions of ,i-;! i
all the -fAn
Inspection i is inrited. All inquiries by mall promptly answered. Catalogue*sent free 4
Choicest Varieties of Orange and Lemon Trees, on application. ....'.
Also Price Lute Bend Catalogue to -
W. W. HAWKINS Jt'SON"Propi"., : ,

Lake Geonce,-.Fla. 1 i I Bay View dilUborouxb Co.:, Flk L1J2 .. -; ;: '.;
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SAVANNAH t FLORIDA AND \WESN Ir Put man Buffet Cars and' Mann Boudoir J. T. LANCA 97f1R.
Buffet Cars via \V )'cro-fo:. Albany and :\Ia-I G.EN'1 iIAT. LAND ACLNT SEEDS SEEDS !
.. ItA I I.. <\. '\ c't P, and vli4Pn'c'oollo:, Je.up and :\ ( Union Block, OCALA, FLA.
between Jacksonville and Oncinn ni. Ah.o'
WAYCROSS SHORT LINE through Passengerroaches between Jackson .Orange Groves, Pine and Hammock LandsIN _

ville and Chattanooga.
TIME CAKD IN EFFECT- DEC. 5, l&Sfi. Pullman) Hutft.t Cars to unit from Jacksonville :Marion Sumter, Hernando.Orange, Polk and Crass and Clover Seeds,
and NushvUle via Thomasville andMontgomery. Hillsborough Counties.

All Trains on this (Road are run by Central BA1i/a1 :" Seed Grain and Potatoes
standard Time. I Pullman Buffet Cars between 'acksonville A 2-story! Livery Stable,30talls, 21& head of ,
Washington.! horses and mules, buggies, etc., all in fine
Passenger Trains will leave and arrive Garden and
daily Flower
as follows: ; Thiough Tl. ket 'sold:\ to all points by Rai trim, in icala, sold to cio*e up nn estate. Big ,
and Steau ship connexions, and Baggage! profits.
Leave Tampa WEST via INDIA H. F. It.PART: .MAIL. 8XJ( p m I checked)) through. Also, sleeping Car berths I 23 acres bearing: hammock grove, one mile Vegetable & Flowering Plaits.
i from Courthouse, and on prncinnl avenue.all .
and sections secured at the Company's Office !
Hanford via T. & K.V'. 1:00
J., a m
Jacksonville.... T.OJ in Astor's building, 82: lav I street and at Pas : high and well protected by original forest
a in
Arrive Jacksonville...................12:00 n'n seugcr Station and on board People's Line I growth; good well of water, fInatlroJm Prices quoted on application
Arrive Waycross!. 9:10 a In Steamers; H. b. Plant and Cha'tahoo?heeHiul hon!--p; trees in thriving condition. Price, ,
])eHar '.Ba'a Line :steamer> City of Jackson $1S,000.
Arrive Arrive Savannah Charleston.... : ) a 10 ville. \VP IL\.PE..... IUU( acres best hammock land, 60 acres Descriptive Catalogue matted IMfr .
4:60tp: m
In wood 2 miles from Belle- I
cleared balance
q'f\ '" Pa.R r""T Azen'
Arrive IUch moI1d. .... riO: ) a m n WI,1HTl LJ........,. .nn.lona view. Price $3,000. Will sell this in -.1:1:1creI :) :
Arrive Washington........_..................11:00 a ir q I tracts at $33? acre. This land has tanning : Correspondence SolicitedT.W.WOOD&SOIfS
Arrive Baltimore ..........................12MR: p m -----. ---- - -- -- -- water on It and per a splendid muck near ,
. 'i Arrive Philadelphia..........................._ 2:17 p m O that will afford very desirable fertilizer pond for I
.4v Arrive New York........ : i vetr.'tahies.
Pullman Buffet C R."Tampato\Vashinglon! Southern Sportsmen Lock Here 10 acres hummock: land, I mile of rttra Station -

t and New York to Tampa. The flowing Holllday Combination good ,7 acres in hearinggrove; trees not injundby

NEW ORLEANIi'EXPRE'i only until Ju 11. :a. 1887. cold 1, enclosed! by good fence; two city: lots! ,
Leave Jacksonville.............. .....,. /U:( > Jt m !III Cltra. All for $3:JSOO.(
c Arrive Jacksonville. 7:3.j"l] m Every article warranted or the money re- 'JOOO) acres land from :2 to:3 miles of Belle- ; SEEDSMEN'

Leave Callahan...... 7:<=J a m lunded. Hcie Go-s! view; 1..KXJ(( acres best hammock balance No. i ,

Arrive Way cross.......... !9:10: a ro COMBINATION No. 1 1 pine nnd mixed land. Price $2-5 per acre NO. 10 S. FOURTEENTH ST.

Arrive Thomasville -. 1:22: p m One double-barrel Properly on the beautiful lake Weir at from Mention this
Imported hnglifeh ftlCHMOJUft .
Arrive Balnbrldge..... ..........;; ............ :&:;35 p m breach-loading Shot-gun finest laminated l'2"".> to.f i) per 21 !(,... Call I on or addre.s: as :it>ove. paper._ A
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Arrive Chattahoochee......................... 4:01 pm steel barrels, double oiled stock
key, rebounding -
Arrive Pensacola via L. & N. R. It-10:10, p In locks, checkered pistol grip, Eng JOHN F. STRATTON'S '; Oranges and Lemons !
Arrive Mobile via L.&N. R. R............ 2li: a m lish finish rubber I" 12 10guajre I
pat. butt-plate, or
Arrive New Orleans viaL. &N.R.R... 7:10 n m i .-, -
wl'l!' Kill at IX) .
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Arrive Albany...................................... 3J2: p m yards-25 a' brass agnitlcont! bliells.:; gun, Brass Hand Instrument .,4. 0:1, rt"f. _

Arrive Macon via Central R. R......... 8:21: p m One;low, trunk-shapo gun case/ waterproofcanvas ALSO Consign l 'follclted.I'Llberal! advances
Arrive Atlanta via. Central R. R..12:15: a m leather bound, barrel placed over made. pleased correspond with
Arrive Chattanooga Via W. & A. R.R. 5:5i: a m stock-the most convenient case made. i JOHN J!'. STKATTON'S :parties desiring to ship here.

Arrive Nashville via N.C.&8t L R.RHM5 a m One irr.pleuzcnl,;: set, containing loader; cap- Gold Trumpet 1 I..tccordpon4. ; : Summers ITIorrihon A; Co.,
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.... 6:59: p m shell-extractor and \ .
171 South Water 8t./Chlcalito.
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson
pocketoller 1 leather bound,waterproof -
ville and New Orleans via Pensacola.> and she'l belt with houldcr strap' ; J waterproof ''I The handsomest! Aceordeons Refer Metropolitan National Bank, Chica-
Mobile,to and from Jacksonville and Louisville canvas coat,any size; 1 waterproof can- in the market.: err: J. V Farwp1ijtr;&- ('0.. Cbtrago.

.. via ThomBville, Atlanta and Nashville vas vest/ any slxe; 1 waterproof! canvas pants. I JOHN f'. STKATTON'.S! THE DINGEE & CONARD CO'S--
and Cincinnati to Jacksonville via Jesup.
size 1 hat. size
waterproof canvas
any ; any ; Piccolo Accordeon BEAUTIFULi EYEIt. LOOhINGROSES
A C. LINE .EXPRESS.. 1 heavy nickel dog call; I patent due call. ;

Leave Jacksonville.............................. 2:0f:() p Tn This Mngnlticent Outfit Only $23.SO.OK I, John 1'. Strattoit'n' 1!

I Arrive Jacksonville..........................J2fO:( n'n How DOES THIS HTKIKK: YOU ? Celebrated Harp I:
Leave Callahan...... ............................. 2:47: pm uilars.
Leave Chaltahoochee.. ...... ...............U'iO:: a in One F.nglish double-barrel muzzleloadingshogun :
Leave Thomavllle.... ........................ 1:45: p t.t line wire twist! Jieuu'ifully: carved etc., etc., etc. For I R Yenre our (:rent specialty beee i
Arrive Waycross................................. -1:40: p U\ bluck! stock silver inouniings! ; 1 waterproofcanvas growing and distributing UOSE3. We hive all U.Lntf'.t .
Arrive Brunswick via B.f.. R. R... 8::* r: m coat; I waterproof canvas !nat; 1 waterproof .lttU: F.'rlt.t'r'rUN.i1 ; I ovrltlelt and(inut.tandardlOf' ID cWf.-
Arrive Jesup.. 6:16: p m game i patent shot belt ; 1 eai- :Maiden Lane, New York.. ent sires and price'5 to suit all.We end STROA TUle&-
bossed : flask 1 nickel ---- -- --- Ot s PIAJ i" safely by mail or express to all potnU.
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. & G. R. 11.11:20 p m ponder (game pattern); -- -- I
Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V. & (;. H..H.. 2:2-5: a m dog call; 1 patent duck call. 3 TO 12 PLANTS 51. : .t
This! Outfit Complete Only S13.' ( 0. HOME. .
Arrive Chattanooga via E. T. V. &-: G. 8:20: ) a m ORANGE
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R........ 6:15' Gur:'ewluile&pp.lde8cnbe8 nearly 5OOflne t
: p in No? Well how Is THIS I AM BOUND TO varieties of Uoses,the best Hardy Shrnb' *, *
Arrive Havannah................................ 7W! p m PLEASE ALL. Climbing Vine,and New and Rare Flower
Arrive Charleston .........._................... 1:25 a m One Htn barrel breech-loader blue barrel "HeeiN, and tells hew to grow tbem-IlR.RB
Arrive Wilmington............................. *:30am oiled walnut stock Snider A Beautiful Spot in a Healthy Location. Address TilE IIINCJEKA; CONARD CO.,
: uctiou weight 7jJIbs. ;
Arrive Vfeldon. ..........................:...... 2:15 pm .,:'it inches long.,I 1'J:! 25 brass shells Rose.Growers West, Grove Chester Co. Pa.
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Arrive Richmond. .... .. .. .. .. 6:00 p m carLrld"- holds hundred
Arrive Washington.& ...........................11:00 p m waterproof rounds 1 ireplemwnt' belt set,loader one -, Unequalled for Orange Culture.and, Trucking. THE CHAMPION FENCE WORKS
i Arrive Baltimore...............................12:35: a m shell extractor; and measure. ,capper ,

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Arrive Philadelphia 1j,5: a m This Outfit OulfS.U.5O.. On tho F. R. & N. Go's main line, 'J5: miles
Arrive New IDO: a m E. M. WESTON, Manager.
south of Ocala, 8 miles north of Leesburg.
Finally I can sell; you imported English
Pullman Buffet 8leenlnpCan to and from
Jacksonville and New 's ork, also Jaskron-: breech-loaders from SI 1.59 to $ICA. English Transportation unexcelled.A Works at Waycross Depot,

vllle to Cincinnati via Jesup. muzzle loading gnu from S3.0Jto( 3'8 Five specialty of Educational Facilities, moral I
hundred ravolvers from S5ct TO SLtexrh.Remington home influences, health and reasonable (In centre of E. Bean's Packing-House)
repeating rifles!', Stevens'' rifles, from all agricultural and industrial Jacksonville FLa.
Leave Jacksonville............................. 5:00' : p m Flobert parlor rifle, Cots IS n* w lightning profits pursuits. All I ask is a personal inspectionof ,
Arrive Jacksonville ........ 8:55: a. m magazine rifles and carbines Smith fe Wes Home and
i Orange vicinity. and most desirable
Leave Callahan..... .............. 5:41: p m son's revolvers,and In fact, sporting outfits of ? This Is the cheapest /
Fence made. it Is made of the beat
Leave Way cross... 7:5$ p m every kind and variety at manufactures and Will sell Real Estate, Orange'Groves, Town nrw WIRE and Yellow
".fH'.JrElt STEEL
Leave Gainesville ................. 3:55 p m Importers Jobbing Prices. Lots Hammock and High Pine Lands. 11l
Pine Pickets. Orders for
Leave Lake City..... 3:20: p m Save retailers' profits and send direct to me. Orange Home is an ESTABLISHED TOWN attended. Come and see samples.I Fencing. promptly
Leave Live Oak 7:20 p m for what you want or need. The advertised malls general stores etc.
Leave Thomasville................. ..1130: p m goods are not job lots but are, even nOt) In ,
for the Counties of Duval
t Arrive Albany.,...................._...... .. ., 1:55 a m Bond,in the Government warehouses in New Corespondence solicited. References of the am sole agent ,
Ht. Johns Marion and Alanbua for theChntnpton
best furnished. Clay. ,
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:30 a m York city. fence Machines. Machine
Arrive Mobile via L. & N. R. R.......... 2:10 p m No -Don't. buy until you write to me. can
Catalogue be in at works.E. .
seen my
Arrive New Orleans \la. L. & N. R.R. 7:30: p m
Arrive Nashville via L. & N. R. R.... 7:05: p m but If you need anything in the Sporting' AV. C. DODD. M. WESTON,
Arrive Louisville via L. & N. R. R.... 2:12 a m Goods line, write to me before p.1'"*" haslng Orange Home, Sumter Co., Fin. Manager.
Arrive Cincinnati via L. & N. R. R... 6:30: a m elsewhere. Agents wanted on my tflts. ------ _. _

Arrive St. Louis via L.& N. K.R........ 7:40 a m Send money at once for out .
Pullman Buffet Cars to and from Jackson Do not send money otherwise than by P. O. The Largest and Most Complete Establishment

Louisville vlaThoraasvllIe, Albany, Money\ Order Bank Draft on New York, or South.
Montgomery and Nashville, and to and from by Express.
Bartow Montgomery via Gainesville. -\Vrite your name and shipping directions
plainly and distinctly.i
Address at once
.. Leave Jacksonville. S:15 p m I
Arrive Jacksonville.. 6:15: ;a m t! IIMtTNl) S. ITIOKi.\N, .

+ Leave Callahan' t9:15
, t Arrive Callahan. .... 5:25 a in Correspondence solicited in German, t Tone Touch \Workmanship and Durability
t Leave Gainesville, 3:55: p III French, :Spanish !Hwodhh. and Norwegian. ,
Arrive Gainesville':05a' in ____ __ ____n _______ "1VIL.I. 11 KXAIiE &t CO.:
Leave Lake City..........................:. 3:20 t) p m .... :- ) tlos. 204 and 206 West Baltimore Street Baltimore.
Arrive Lake City. : a m I 0........ "J' : ; .._ -V':: .- Ho. 112 Fifth Avenue! New..York. _
Leave Live 'i:.) p m : fi' J 0_ ,fjo ;.. oW.. .'. 'a, <.\-1t"Dn' I
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Arrive Live Oak.. 6:40 HIM HEALTH ;
Arrive Thomasville. 7:15' a m $IDlIQ 11: I
Arrive Albany.11:10: () a In I' ItT : MLicJ1'A I IS ON' TIlE

Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R.... ;:5:) p m -- ---- --."". Line of tin* Florida Southern.
T'"ORID.r. I
Arrive Nashville via L.& N. H. R ..... 6a: in : l" jf, I vSE spSs rnsurpassed by any other section for the
Arrive ixjuisvllle via L. A N. It R.. 1:57: pm I 1 '
t of Fruit and Vegetables. If you
& N. It. R... 6.35' i __- _- ___ production
via L.
Cincinnati m
Arrive p spit ii ll Fegr1 i9MARIO are coming to Florida,whatever may be your
Arrive St. Louis via L. A N. It. It...... 8H( p in I means or condition, you will most assuredly

Arrive Waycross...................l l0: i pIll Geo. S. Hacker & Son 'be pleased with this Centre of the Lake Re
Arrive Brunswick via BV.: H.. R... 6:10) a in 1:1-i 4I gion. S. L. REED,
j Arrive Albany via B.&: W. R. R...._.. 4:45: a m Plttman Fla.
t Arrive Mucot via Central R. R.. 9:01( a m "IJ. --=Ff'v- I MANUFACTURER eF I

Arrive Atlanta via Central It. R. ...... 1:05 p in I The very best and cheapest Fence made. I IIIAIH uiiorc NUHSERY.NUKSEKY .
Arrive Chattanooga&; via \\ .&A. R.R. 7:07 p in Straight galvanized telegraph wire to which I DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDING STOCK of choice Imported varie-

Arrive Jesup....._......................... I Warn each picket Is firmly riveted. Can be put uf ties of OR.' GE and LEMONS, acclimated and
Arrive Brunswick via E. T. V. A U... 6.10:() a m very rapidly and so as not to ,satj verv dura And Material. tested at Belalr. Also, PECAI TREES. Apply
t Arrive Macon via E. T. V & G. R.R 7:30 a m ble. The only fence used by the Boston and i Building to Donald Houston, Supt. at Belair or

Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V.A G R.11.11:30: a m Albany H. II. Co. Do not confound it with I 'I 1: Office Warerooms, King, op. Cannon St. T. F. HUGGLNS, Agent, Hanford.
via E.T.V.AG.RR G:15p in an Inferior article. -- -- -- --
I Arrive Cincinnati via C. B. It. R ........ t:40 a m For descriptive' circulars address" a" above.. !1 Charleston. S. C.' Snowdrift :Poultry Yards
i Arrive:Savannah: ...,........ 6:10: a m -- .-. I

Arrive Charleston ....... .....'.".....'.'.. _12:5 pin i KEUKA: PUTNAM Co.. FLA.
Arrive Wilmington ........ ... ......... 8:30:: p in For l'I DlCaUn: LcCVl: l'S C (I N SUM Pi I 0 r- ,
Arrive Richmond ........ .....................10:45' a in AND KKV. NOEL, l:. IIA3IEK, Proprietor.
Arrive Washington......... SMO p m I I I bare a positive reined/ fur the above et:"ebr Its
Arrive Baltimore .?._. 4 si p m i .CeUl r'II! on L.cCoiitc Ufu'., I use thoniuntls: 9! c .'rs cf the went klnj aLd of Ion; Fresh eggs of White Wyandotten, SJ.OO: :

Arrive Philadelphia ....................... 7:17 p mArrvfl I Jtandlnha\been 'oad. In 'ePd.oMronRi9n.yfaiili White Plymouth Rocks and White Leghons
New York ........ I Address ; In its efficacy, that I will end TWO EOTTLKS: KKEB, (Knapp) Packed in new
.... ia:)) t m V tLi delivered
1 H. \V. PAH.TUVOh? I.I to rther with a ALt ABLE.TKKATISK. on *. di* **oI basket' ana to Expran Co.. on his.
! Give.rir! i AJ..t r O.aetre.s.Ds. !
Continued to nut eelur/m. Rocky Branch >Nursery, Montlcello, Fla. .T.A. kLOvWij'- uirt.r Buh'*r York I Southern Kjr. Circulars free.aTANUARY .


[JANUARY 24, 1887.

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Bargains in l Ro Estate, MARSHALL SAVANNAH, GA.HOUSE- S. B. HUBBARD & CO.,

Northern Meats and All the Delicacies of the Season. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
Refited, Refurnished and the best hotel in the city.


Hernando County Lands. (Formerly of the fetropolitan Hotel, New York, and the Grand Union, Saratoga.) DEALER iy
-- -- ----
....", of .,.t.i: t
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q. / r;;:
Hardware, Stoves and Tin-ware,
I will sell for one-fourth cash a beautiful
tract of Eighty acres sloping pine land, near SEEDSRSES Sash, Doors and 151 inds Paints,

Oriole, in .Hernando County, for Jl.oon. No Oils and Varnishes
,waste on he' tract No more beautiful location : Pumps,
for a magnificent Winter Home and
Lead and Iron
Orange Grove. 0 Pipes) Su-

Adjoining the town site of Oriole and about O gir ,
two hundred yards from the railroad and % Tf OR ANYTHING IN THE NUItSKUY LINE, without first writing Rubber) Brit and
postomoe, I offer 40 acres of land, all high and fforour valuable FREE Catalogue, the t 121 LARCE GREENHOUSES

town dry, lots.for 11,000. Suitable for- laying out in BEST we ever issued, containing the Rarest New and 33d YEAR. 700 ACRES. Mill Suppliesof


For sale or rent in Oriole-a two-story, four- every description.
room, painted house, next to the chief store ..
and ii post office,- built this year. Oriole has "
school,church bakery restaurant, postoff, \ \\" A NEW DEAL" .
accommodations, two stores, saw \ *
mill, and other attractive features fora offJp 1stMOLINE
per 0fJf \ '\..\.
manent. "home. About twenty five liouse \r \ \.. f
built there In past-two ,years. Will selt for c.,0.
WOO, orient for S75 per annum. O f.1.\ <:>t\ \\ Deere & Company

Jo tools have ever gained Remarkable for simplicity, Invaluable m any Family Will do the work of 6 to
., The Oriole,Florida the favor of the American strength,ease and per- 10 men with the com
Improvement Company pablfo 80 rapidly fection of work.: Vegetable Garden moo hand hoe.S6SSS1SISKSSS&S. .
have Just built, for sale or rent, a two-stoi-.v 1a1WI.127 tL 129 Catharine$' ILLINOIS.
house In the town of Oriole, five rooms. S. L. ALLEN & CO l'HILADillJ!1I.IA, P A. !

double piazza front. single' piaz/a rear, ball .. ,' <.. ." ___ .. __' ._ ... ., '.. '_- Two
above and below. Will sell for $600), or rent -: i'";!<"t. : :: : <: .. : : : : : ;; r:: -: : : : '" ; Horses can do the work of Three

for 120 per annum. Splendid location. FARM ANNUAL FOR 1887 :

BURP" EE'S Will be bent F I ZEE to all who write for it. It is a,
a Handsome of' illustrations.nook of Three 128 Colored pages, with Plates hundreds *- A simifielniETiiififlIN 0 F 0

and tells all about THE JEST and Flower A P* Ra ffh Hulbs, Plants, Thnrniifflibred Stock and Fancy THE COST Or PUNTLNQ.
Poultry. It Vfa tiS describes UAUE NOVELTIES in VEC3STAH Sand'
FLOWERS, j H" IT RJ RM D of real value,which cannot be obtained elsewhere. Send Turned a
address on a &j postal for the most complete Catalogue published,to I I 24 inches rjrr 6 inches

Sumter, County Lands. W. ATLEE BURPEE & CO., P11 LADELPWIA, PAl I I i 4r

N ties "fPAutrtstlit, : ArtidfH of Incorporation -

Eighty acres of high and dry pine land, LeConte .Jacksonville Suburban Heal Estate : I I
within miles of Busbnf>ll and St. Catherine .
and Railroad
; Company.NoMc
Stations on F. R. &N.Oo's line, and same dis 7 !; v
tance. from Dragem and Petnberton Junc '?-4 1- : ,' is ereby given that a meeting cf ; ,
tions on F. S. It. K. Good orange. and farmIng
offer for sale :1! acres, close by station; 17.i or- he held in the city i f Jacksonville, State of
ange trees'Just coming into bearing; house! The largest grower of these P ars from Cut-
24x28 feet, one and a half stories high; beautiful tin s, bry no other and avoid Rllght. Catalogues Florida, at the state Bank of Florida, on the "s .
Price free W.W.TiioMpsox.nmlthvllleOn.:; I. I A MWI
place $3,500. __.______ ___ _h___. _________. 1st day of ebruary 1SS7, at o'clock p m, for -"'

.At ot one acre in Webster, 100 yards from Painless Pregnancy Parturition Pos- I! the purpose of altering and amending the i The greatest Il:w inprcTese&t: of the times,

station; house, 15x21 feet, two stories; a bar- sible. ((60,000 sold.) articles of incorporation of said cornpai y.
gain, $250. Fronts the station. I THE "NEW DEAL" WHEELED
Tokology; by Alice B. B.Slockhnm. D., HENRY L'ENGLEV. ,
Small store house in Webster Is a noble book for a noble purpose. Sample : \ It. HUNTK.K- President
above ; rooms pages free. Cloth,S2.00; Mor. '!.1l. WALKING PLOWS
; corner lots;; right at station. Will sell SANITARY PUKLIRIIINO CO., Chicago. Secretary. ,

or rent. ._ __ _. .u .__ SINGLE AN1:) :JtOUItLE: FURROW.

Mason & Hamlin IIIE "NEW DEAL" Is lighter in draft and more

I CURE FITS! more easily uniform handled furrow.than a hand plow, and cats a

When I say cure I do not mean merely to top them for a THE NEW DEAL" I is lighter draft, lighter Inweightf
, time and then them return again. I mean a radical ORGANS:. PIANOS: and lighter in ,price than & sulky plow,
cure. I have made the disease of FITS EPILEPSY::! or FALLING Hon'r New mode ofStringing. I do all its work.
SICKNESS a life-long dtndy. I warrant my remedy to Highest
Marion County Lands. curt the wont cases. Because other have failed It no on at all Great : .r. J Do THE NEW DEAL" Oan}; cuts 21 inches with the
reason for not now recelrlng a cure. Send at once for a World's Exhi- UM notrequire- draft of a 16 i inch hand plow-a paving of 50
treatise and a Free Bottle of my Infalllhle remedy: Give bit i i ion s for Ill/II quarter as percent
Express and Poet Oflire. It costs you n'bloc for a trial, eiffhteenyears. -- muchtuningas in labor. Docs all the work of a four
Fine Farm and Orange Drove.The tad I wlU core you. DB. H. G.ROOT,lei Pearl tit.,N.Y. One hundred -- Pianos on the horse riding gang with one less horse and little
Styles $12. to prevailing"w mure than half the coot.
( .For Cash. "w restpin"system.
Ea Payments R e.orRented THE NEW DEAL" Plows are ALL STEEL,
best farm for the money In Marion' SITE'S lastratei M Catalo ae. .Cat- markable for insuring greatest: strength with lightest weight.
county; 7 miles from Ocala. HIP alogues free. purity of tene
county seal ; FREE to all applicant deitrtnc
4 and durability. Tola is no untried and rickety experiment and
miles from
Rellevlew and 1 IJxJ mile> from CHOICE SELECTIONS of f LO WEB,
Santos, 1 laIIroad SEEDS, these claims are not snide recklessly to attract at-
stations; on tile F. 15. & N. VEGKTABLE.FIELD.BIBD
Can now be had al least. S500 under its value. to., ASPA.BAOCS and other coca, ORGMANDPIMOCO.1&4TremontSt.Boston. tention. Thin system is the outgrowth! of careful
true to and of bat quality.IHPLEMRNT8 i observation and experiment
!t Is high rich hammock .H In name reaching over a periodof
acres cr.liiv
; and ereryOiIng: pertaining
I years, with a rational view of the requirementsof
tlon,35 acres in timber. Two hours, l large to the GARDEN or GREENHOUSE
46 E.1 4th SL (Union Sq.), the times.
and small one. Near spun' of pu ,. \vattr. at lowest prices. A TRIAL
Over 20.1 orange trees, 40 bearing. The luecl ORDER SOL1C1TSD. N. Y. 149 Wabash Ave., Chicago. They are superior to any plows ever offered,

owner, unable to occupy It, Is selling ll and Wltl. H. bMITH, 8eed man, and the moat economical plows ever placed in the ,
guaranteeing 20 bushels of corn per acre, un. 1018 MARKET ST., Philadelphia, Pa. market. Send for circular.

fertilized; also the successful growing:: of ...tit/r Alied. cur tile 14" ,
every kind vegetable and fruit to be raised r
in the orange belt, and a rise, if well farmed, Farmers' and Carle.
of $500 per annum on its price during term 011 Wagons :/1ctn."i
purchase years' time. Price $:3,00"() on four
payments, or$:JOcasb.)() If you want a t1r4,-class! Wagon or I'. t-'!... .. -".. ". -. ,....,..-L. ." "-
Cheapor Cash, call\ on Celelirated t ; '""' "- -
1C. U. VYHJI..Tacksonvlile: ; "t un!",,:!' rr{ 7..7: RI t'- ,-

.HH ENSILAGE i Walking and Plain Culti-
Once, Rerlack's\ ,.; Store, East U.iy: stre I

HOMES IN FLORIDA }I'armragons from $ia.OOtoJk Fodder Cutters. vators.
Carts and Prays from $!::/") to 52:>>.*(
--- ------ -- -- to '
These Cutters guaranteed cut faster ran
lighter do a greater variety and better work ,
JOYCE & HUNT than any machine made. More Ross Cutters in use Planet Jr.. Cultivators and Garden Tools
for Ensilage than all other machines I in the United 'i
States combined. Cutters especially for Ens j Washburn & Moen.iIIAUIIRI !
Oriole, Hornando Whltaker Street !savannah, Oa., lage; heavy strong, simple, never get out oi ,
County.Send DGALEIW IN order, and last a life-time. Dry Fodder Cutters, ) WIRE FENCING.We .
: NEW HOME and other Machines attachments 12 sizes, hand and power. Largest machines in the
and parts for all machines Oils Needles world. The largest Cotter Factory in the i
stamp for colored Map of Oriole and etc. Also Pianos, Organs and Vapor United States l.and the oit/j/onebuildingcntterg keep the largest stock of
Information how to get home in Send for IUus
a Florida exclusively anywhere. our large {
Cook stoves the for
close by Railroad in active operation. Splen Just thing .summer use. trated Catalogue "A" SO paces. I ACHUCUL"I'UItAI IMPLEMENTS
did orange lands. Large number of Fend for catalogue. SPRINGFIELD o. !
new ---- ------ ---- E Wi ROSS & CO. the stat--
groves already begun. Purchasers ]No.6 Centre St. Albany,1f.'Z j I in

coming In from all over the Union. rapidly Attrac SGMETHtiU 6 WUR Th ii A V'Ic t __Our Book_ _n on_Eauae_ sent free_ to aU vho tame thus papa.. !I
-- -- and Prices sent free.
tive plan of purchase but little cash I Catalogues Correspondence
; required. OUR NEW SHED CATALOGUE FOR 1387. The II solicited.
Bargains offered. Most Complete Illustrated Catalogue published II I
(over 400 illustrations ) NEW REEDS NEW I

'Y. B. CLARKSON WAREHOUSE, EVERYTHING NEW the FAflMER All theEnnn Type for Sale. i i AddressS.
; ;: and OAR NER 8tX D) pounds Long Primer, the type the Di i
Send "'your'ad.dress on Postal Card for FREE patch is printing from, is ottered ;tor tut* B. HUBBARD & C03ackiwasllle .
Office : 72J W. St. COPY s Y H AI I N ES: & CO i cheap. Address. I'I'I
Bay up stain, AA" Ai R.11, Jrruno w; .a'b...S.. rhlta, Pa; I \:. w. DACO$TA. ,1'1..:

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(Central Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, November 14,1886,1:30: a m, Trains MANY
will leave and arrive as follows: PERSONSat

..: aQ ) cl .; rxS I suffer from
c: I r'
.a W C: I :: > I .. .:...). VOLINA
I ..
cC o 0 I 0 d to. d d d0 j d I o3z -
o o .z .z .z ":01 c241 '-40 .Z .o :$ FOR THE CURE OF
!:;I! a;I! -: O. DEz ''''e 3z .=.. -=Z.Z.::,-1 CORDIAL

It E S."; 8 I R 8 z E M j STATIONS. I ;. I g ci a : 8 10 II a t: Rheumatism.ellraluIB, FEVER and AGUE
Co> Co> ,a'I Q.j Co> Co> a;'" ,
m ::3 : !:: .. 1 > : ::3 L Pains in
: : : : -c: 2. = the
= ; = = = =
... ... "' _._ ... '" ..
1 1 I -1-1.i Limbs, Hack and Or CHILLS and FEVER
AM Pfd .i AM AM PMiLeave--Arrive AM AM AM' PM
...... ::... .. .:... :.. Sides, Had Hlooil ,
. _......I' .l.R. R. WharL .. ... ...? ...... .l.I. ,
i o 10 30 4 40 5 00 8 3010 40 7 4') ......8anforJ.... 115 1'2 30 8.30 100 1 (II) 4 20 9 10 fIndigestionDyspepsiat AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.The .
81040 448 510 8511055; 755''....... Helalr....... 112 221 8211248. 35') 103185i Malaria Con t I 10' &JL lei
4 ... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ! Lake.. 1111 ... ...... ....... ...... ...... pat & ney Troubles.MIOLINA proprietor of this celebrated medicio
5 If)) 4) ...... 5 1')1' 9 00 ...... ......I., .... Ben ts........ 110, 2 161 8 161_...... I 3 15i ..... ...... CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM justly claims for it a superiority over all ren
i 1G 105') 458 52''). j 91011 30 8 2).Longwood.l05, 206 80.512n: 3 33 310 82,'} ,
JI: 11 : 503 5 :33 {9) IS I II M 8 401",. Mtwinonte..102 1 51 7 51112 30) I 3 2.; 3 (Q5 813 Bad Blood and Kidney Troubles by cleansing the edies ever offered to the public for the SAP
14 11 .0:11' l 506'' 53i 9 2.! 12 00 8 5O ......- Id.yo. .... 151 75211226;, 132) 2 X U5 blooJ of all its impurities strengthening all parts CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cui
15 11 L: 508)) 5 43 927112 15 9001", Maitland.t8)( 7 4812;' zr' I' 3 2 551 8 00 of the body. of Ague and Feveror Chills and Fever,whet)
18 1120 515, 5 52 U 3512 35 9 15.WlnterPark.,' .. 97! 1 40 7.ff) 12 15 3 671 230 1 50 ""'YGLINA CORDIAL CURES SICK-HEADACHE er of short or long* standing. He refers to tb

24 .?.... ...._i 600 ..... .. ..... .......Wilcox ..... ...... 7 321_...... :j ...... ..... Neuralgia Pains in the Limbs Back and Sides entire Western and Southern country to beg
.' 22 11s.: 5 26)) 6 08 9 50.1.40 9 5i .......Orlando..... 951: 121 72612 02 2 210 7 30 toning the nerves and the ,
1' 25 ....... .. ...... ..... ..10 10j.......Gatlin ..... 901 ....... 1._...... .55.. .... .. strengthening :. him testimony to the truth of the assertio
26 1145 534.j 1 620 10 02' J 5) ........ ....Jessaniine 89 1 121, 7131L9, i 21'') 1 25 7 02 "-- CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA, that in no case whatever will it fail to cure
li 21 1148 ......t 623 10 03() ...... 10 2,5 ._.l>>lne Castle..1 8i 1 10 7 101. .....1 j ; 2 :301 ......1 .... Indigestion and Constipation: by aiding the assimilating the directionsare strictly followed and carrie
30 11 51 540, 630 110 It+ 22110 46 Big Cypress... 8,1 02 7 OJ; ,11 42j, i 2 I 10, 652 of the Food through: the proper action; of the out. In a great many cases a single dose hi
84 12W 550 64. Antl0 2j 9 4711:30: ....McKlnnon... ) .50 65211:32; ': PM, 2 ,5112.5'') 6J7: stomach; it creates a healthy appetite. been sufficient for a cure, and whole familit
40 12,10 6 151' 7 00 615'10 401 32t> ..._: ::1)1 20 6 2)
; ..Klsslmmee .i' 751123; 6 4011 20 8 (10,12,
44 12.1)() ......1 PM 62'' AM ......112 1.'5'' ....Capmbel1s '.. 71 12 05' A H .......1 8 2t P )[1.- ...... --YOLINA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS, have been cured by a single bottle,with ape:
52 1 08 6 4'!, 6 43, 4 10112 3,>! ..Lake Locke..i 63'll', 4I '110 411! 8 00 110 53 533 Depression of spirits and Weakness, by enliven- feet restoration of the general health. It i .
67 I 20 6 52,' 6.i5 1 4 3012 52 ....Davenport.... 5311135 10 3'1 717 103) 5 15 ing and toning the eystem. however,prudent,and in every case more ce
61 130 7 Oui 7 05)' 4 41 1 25' 1 Haines CltY.1 51 1125 10 22! 7 3.5 10 15 5 ((10 -+YOLINA CORDIAL CURES OVERWORKEDand tam to cure,if its use is continued in small
68 1 48 7 14! 7 2'21 5 20 1 451Bartow Juncj 1 .J7 11 121 10 07 7 15 9.1) 4 42 doses for a week or two after the disease h*
72 153 721 7 : 540 2 OOj..Auburndaleool 131050., 9.51 654 9) 15 42 i Delicate Women, Puny and Sickly Children.
77 208 7 .8 7 431 1 5 55 1 2 -Fltzhughs..i, ; 38 !OrT 9) .u 642 900 t 13 It is delightful and nutritious as a general Tonic. been checkedmore especially in difficult an
BJ: 223 74tl 8 l&' 6 40 3 25i..Lakeland..1. ::12,10, 13: 9 3Q 67! 8 ?-I :3 55' Volina Almanac and Diary, Ion g-standing cases. Usually this medicin
93 24/1 8 02 90)) 7 2S........_ ....Plant City....; l'ljlO 00 1)) ,j5 2) 7 :301 3 20 for 1887. A handsome completeand will not require any aid to keep the bowels i
98 2 58 I 9 15 ...... ....N ...... *-Cork .... 171, 1)) 50 ... 4 5,5 ... ...... useful BooK.telling howto CURE good order. Should the patient, however,ri
100 3 10 8.22 930 8 35' 410 ..?...Selmer.......1'. 121, 9 43; 8 35: 5 4.1 6 3)'' 210 DISEASES at HOM in a pleasant,natural way. cathartic medicine after
105 3 17 82.i+ 9 41)) 81.5: I 2)1....?. M-tngo ..... 10, 9) 35 i 8 23 132 1 6 2''ll, 2 32 Mailed on receipt of a 2c.postage stamp. Address quire a singe
109 3 2') ...... 9 57 .?. ........ .......0 rl e n toO .... 6 9 20 i 1.... 4 1 g ......I ...... VOLINA DRUC & CHEMICAL CO. three or four doses of the Tonic,a doe
115 3 40 8501 10 15! 92'), 5 011.r\ Tampa Lv.1 01, A M I S ) 4 00 5 40; 00PM BALTIMORE, MD., U. S.A. of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILL
AM PIt PM iPM PM AM Al\I will be sufficient. Use no other.

Flag Stations. Trains No.3 and leave from and arrive at I., T. & K W. Depot. No. 1. A. O.A.Et.I: : :). DR. JOHN BULL'S
2, 3 and Dally.. No. 4, 5, 7,8, 9,10 27,28 and 29 Dally except Sunday. Trains No. 3 and 6
top only at Orlando, I Klsslramee.! 1 Bartow Junction, Lakeland and Plant City. No.30 Dally To all who are suffering from the errors and SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
except Monday. No. 3 stops at Kisslmmee for Supper No 1 and 2 stop at Kissimmee for Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
Dinner No. 7 stops at Lakeland for Breakfast. No. stops at Lakeland for Supper. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA,
decay, loss of manhood, kc., I will send
Trough Tickets sold at all regular st.tlons for all points North, East and West. Baggage a recipe
checked through.Pemberton that will cure you.FREE OF CHARGE. This great BULL'S WORM DESTROYEFThe .

Ferry Branch. S.P.- B.B. remedy was discovered by a missionary In South Popular Remedies of the Day.
Sanford and Indian River Railroad. America. Send a self-addressed envelope to.the

Solth Read Down.Bound North Head Bound.Up. REV.JOSEPH T. IN MAN, Station D, New York City. Principal Office 831 Main St., LOUISVILLE.',

F'st Ac. F'st Ac. m Dally except Sunday. PENNYROYAL PILLS andYVIllStfc V HABITS cured
: M'L &Ft STATIONS. M'l &Ft :-' OPIUM at bOUH.Wlthout))an. Book

19. 21. :20. 22. South Bound. North Bound. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." of M particular WOOLLKV*M.pent i) .AtUnta.Qa.Free.R .
- -
Read Dowd. Read -
P.X. A.X A. X P.X. Up. The Original and Only Genuine.
o 4.10 7.40 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 9.4:1: 6.20 57 Pas. Pas. ,IP.+s. m Bale and always Reliable. Beware worthless Imitations.
1 4.14 7.45?.......FItzgerald .. 9.36 6.1556 :'" &Ft &1 j t STATIONS. 'AFt =- Indispensable to* LAD I E S. Ask your Druggist Our ASTHMA CURED

8 4.9' .. ....._..... Oriole . ... 5. 23. 25. 24. (stamps)to us .for EngUnh particulars and 6 ..:. . Bay City........ .. 51 1--- NAME PAPER. Chlcherter Chemical 10 4.3:1: 8.20 .....?...? .l\Iacon......... 5.40-17 a.m p.m a.m p.m 28 I 8 Madl.onQsarePhUada.Pa.Sold Instantly ralieven) the' moet; 'violent attack and.
12. t.38. 8.30 .........Owensboro....?.. 9.30.. 5.30 4) o 10..5 4.50 8.00 1.1) 111 by: DrnjtzUt everywhere. Ask for "Chlefcc innlmncomlortahle.Beinlt used by seep,inhiMion NO WAI ih action lisa: for is im-R EStL
i 4 11.00 5.05Fort Reed......... 743 2.0015 ter' EnclisR" Pennyroyal IMF.. Take no other.
16 t.50 9.05 ....._...Dade Clty......_.. 5.00,41, mediAte. direct and cei tnin.and a care is the
ZJ 5.08 9.40......_...Rlchland........ 4.10134 6 11.10 5.1 ....?. ....Rutledge ......... 7.33: 1.5013 I result in all curable cvtn. A !single trial con-
82 5.28 10.10 .......*Teddervllle .. 3.3025 7 11.15 5.20Lord.. .... 1.2S1> 12 READ THIS CAREFULLY. I Tinces the most skeptical Price o lIc and $1.001
87 5.4010.30 ........! Kathleen.. "... 8.15)! ) 3.1020 12'11.35 5..10 .............Cl1fton...._..... 7.0il 1.2:3 7 I of any dmR Lst or by mail Simple "I'ree for!
40 5.4710.42..Grillin'sMill_...... 8.08 2.5517' 14 11.40 5.45 . .Tuskaw1lla.. 7.03 I.IS'' 5 In order to introduce and ad\ertl*e 01 I |Btamp. Dr. It.rC111E'E'M1NN.t" +t. Pa.'....n.j

4J 6.0011.15..Lakeland.......... 8.00 2.4014 1912.07 6.12 .....?..... Ovideo............ 6.501{ ).03 4 goods in all parts of tne country AT ONCE '..L- _
.. .. . .. ,X1215 6.20 ar..Lake 6.JJOI12.4.5'' 0 are almost
61 6.20 .. .. .. askell. .. .. 7.30 1.51 6
67 6.3512.00 Arrive-Bart.ow.L ve 7.1.5 1.40, 0 GIVING AWAYthe
Bartow Brunei*.-Dally. No. 8-At Lakeland with train for Barto w following! Valuable Collection of Meant f
fat Useful Amusing and MIscellaneoi;
South Bound. north Bound. at Bartow Junction with train for Bartow.No. .
11-At Bartow Junction with train from Things. We will send the Entire Collectio. A FRIEND
NEED.Dr. .
i Pas. 1'as. Pas. Pas. PM post-paid for only 18c.
16. Tampa; at Bartow with train from Pember- ,
No. &FL &Ft =" frATIONS. =" &Ft No ton .-erry, and Florida Southern Railway for You cannot fall to be more than gatfttflet Sweet's Infallible Liniment.
11. 13. 12. 12. 11.A Punta Gorda. 6 Beautiful Engravings viz: The Morulnt
- of Life, A Garland iif (Flowers.The First Love Prepared from the i eel re of Dr. Stephen
No. 12-At Bartow Junction with train for of
Sweet Connecticut
M P. X P.x. Lv Ar 17 A x. P.II. 8 in ford. letter, The Faggot Gatherer, Indian Qmme' the natural Bone Set
U.15 2.10 7.15 0 Bartow J'nc 12 10.40 1.4\1 No. 13-At Bartow Junction with train from and The Waning Yfar. 00( Portraits of Famous and ter. is Has tr-ebest been used known for more than 50 years,
11.30 2.28 7'35 5 WlnterHvn 810.20, 1.2. Men, 26 Portrait ol Famous and (Heat remedy for Rheuma
11.42 2.40 7.50 9j.Eagle, Lake 510.05: 1.13 Tampa.No.. 14-At Bartow with Florida Southern tlfu1 1Vonlen,20Seli-cttons for Autograph A tism Wounds,Neuralgia.and all fprainpRrutsesCuts/ ,Burns,
11.62 2.55 8.00'12' .(i'rtlonv1)le) 9.55 1.03 5.45 buma,41? Fancy Work Designs> Embroider exh'rnallnJurle .
01 train from Punta Gorda at Bartow Junction MOl U nv ALI
12.05 3.10 8.1517!, ar Bartow Iv 9.4012.50\ 5.n: with train for Tampa.No. ; Croch-t, Berlin Net and Lace W>rk, Cross -. - UICUfUHS'IS-TUY- -IT.
CONNECTIONS.TRAIN 15-At Bartow Jumtl'in with trains Stitch, etc.;" 100 Popular" Songs. all the favo: Samples Free CROWN Samples-Free
Ites roo Puzz'esCbatadPs, Rebuse ;Entema- .
from Tampa and Sanfo d at Bartow with ;
No. 1 At Sanford with and ; Riddles etc. 100 Valuable Mon'
People's Florida Southern Railway for Punta Gorda. ; yMaklngStciets : MEDICATED
DeBary- aya Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. 16-At Bartow Juncti 'n with trains tor some of which have sold lor ?5 each; f' COM* -JEXIorV 1'WfER.
and J.,7. & K. W. train from Titusvllle; Tampa and Kissimmee. Amusing Parlor Oanifs: RSTrlcksin Magi* Highly Indo ?f'd by the theatrical profession.
l at Bartow function with train for Bartow; No. 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida and Legerdemain; 5S Chen teal and other EJperl Contains valuable medicinal prey) ertles which
at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway trein from Gainesville at men t :; :33 Popular Recital ions, the Lai quickly remove all Me.iiishKol the kIn. It
t No. 2 At Lakeland with tr.tin for Bartow ; guageof Flowers the Golden Wheel Fort!)- -
; Lakeland with train for Kis..lmmee. : ttfectsa com plE't.,Tra n fornlallnn,and cause
at Bartow Junction with trains to and from Dictionary of Dreams a Guide t '
No.20-At Bartow with Florida Southern Flirtation the mot ordinary person to become Stllkln -
Bartow; at Sanford with People's and De Railway train from Punta Gorda at Lake the :Magic Age Tablet, the 1.over.z'Telegraph ly FeauU'nl.' It I IM put up In Pe?rl and Flesh
Bary-Baya Line Steamers for Jacksonville, land with train for Tampa; at rembertonFerry the Magic Square. the :Morse Telegraph tints in )large toilet. boxes and Is for sale by
t, and J., T. & K. W. ti.alns for Jacksonville and with Florida Southern Railway for Alphabet, the Deaf and DumbAlph all Druggists, or s*nt Ff'C'Urt'l.alpd to any
Titnsvllle. Gainesville and Palatka.No. bet, the Seven wonders of the World and add reason: receipt of PRICE FIFTY CENT' in
No.3-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through 21-At Bartow with Florida Southern Map of the United States. stamps or currency. Ladles can obtain elegant -
Coaches without change between Jackson- Remember-we will semi you EVER Y7"J/N\' samples KUKK
Railway for Punta Gorda. by enclosing 10 etR. in
ville and Tampa. Connects at Sanford withJ No. 22-At Hartow with Florida Southern named above for only 18 cis. in postage stamp stamps top-iyfT postage t and packing, address -
,. T. & K. 1t'. train from Tltusville; at Bar- Railway train from Punta Uorda; at Lake Address, UNION SUPPLY AGENCY, naming this paper. CROWN CHEMICAL
tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam- land with train for Tampa. Hoi 322, Philadelphia Pa. COMPANY, luix Arch Philadelphia, Pa.
pa on \ Wednesdays and Fridays i Steamship connections are made with
with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Steamer Margaret for all points on Hillsbor- HING CHUNG
and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays: ough and Tampa Bays and Manatee samples, securely sealed, by return mail, ,
with Plant Steamship Company's ships for also with Mall Steamships \ RlverJ. enclose self addressed stamped envelope, and
Key West and Havana. Whitney of the Plant Steamship Co., for Key name this paper. Crown Chemical Company, CHINA WARE and JAPAN GOOD\
No. 6-Ha Pullman Sleeper and Through West and Havana and steamer for Point. 1018 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack- Pinellas and old Tampa Bay. Reliable Lady Agents Wanted. ALL KINDS OF _

sonville. Connects at Tampa on Tuesdays, Passports can be applied for through any 1 Af FOB ALL. *3O a week Handkerchiefs and Curiosities.Call .
Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer Notary Public, and Notary's certificate that W I 1 R K and expenses paid. Valuable and'
from Manage River,and on Sun- see goodn.
Margaret such application has bean made, when vised w w outfit and particulars
days, Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant by the Spanish Consul at Key West, will an- free. P. O. TICK K ICY, Augusta Maine. No.22 Laura Street, near Bay,
for Havana and
Steamship Company's ships the of
swer purpose a Passport. Jacksonville Fla.
$100 A WEEK.Ladfesor
f No.7 Ferry.At Lakeland with train for Pemberton -I Gen. Freight & Ticket Agent. : gentlemen desiring pleasant. prof- Early Spring Vegetables and Flowers.

itable employment write at once. We want Farmers, Gardeners and Florists, use th*
I s a OU WANT A DOG you to handle an article of domestic use that Patent Protecting Cloth, originated and pre-
To Introduce them recommends itself to everyone at eight. pared only by undersigned. It In equal to
,, DOC BUYERS GUIDE. ABIC OFFER.we will GIvE STAPLE AS FL.OUK. Sells like hot cakes. glass, and costs but a tenth as much, on Cold
I Colored plate 100 engravings AWAY 1,000 Self-Operating Washing Ma- Profits 300 per cent. Families wishing to Frames and Hot Bed Protects from frost
i I of different breeds prices they are chines. If you want one send us your name. practice economy should for their own promotes hardy and rapid growth, does not
(worth and where to Dt"P.them. O.and express office at once. THE NA benefit write for particulars. Used every shrink or decay rapidly. Widely known and
Mailed for 15 r TIONAL Co., ffl Dey St., N. Y. day the year round In every household. extensively used. Trade supplied at low rate.
ASSOCIATED>>FANCIERS>>, Price within reach of all. Circulars free. Send for circulars, samples etc., free.
437 8.Eighth St.1 Philadelphia Agents receive Sample Free. Address U. S. WATERPROOFING. ) FIBRE CO.,
Domestic Mufff Co.. Marion Oni. 56 South St., New York.




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126 --- THE FLORIDA .
[JANUARY 31, 1887.



Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer. 4 t

13 OCALA, Fla.,September 15,1S85.
Result! of Kiiic Years': Experience in Orange Culture. The Bradley's: Florida Vegetable Fertilizer" which I bought you
4 last season: has given most excellent results,and I take pleasure in giving
you this testimonial.! I find this fertilizer to be just what It Is represented -
NOKWALK, F( t em b 7,1SS->. r i and I cannot speak too highly in its favor. I want same amount
Having had nine years' experience in orange culture In Florida, and this reason. D. G. EICHELBJJRGKR.
having tri d various kinds of fertilizers, I feel it my duty to my neigh- ,. ..t
bors to say that your goods have proved of more value to me for orange x FORT MASON,Fla.,August, 1885.
trees than any other fertilizer I have used. We have used Bradley's Fertilizers extensively on vegetables and
I have given Bntdley's''ranee Tree Fertilizer and Fine Ground Hone orange trees,and they have given better satisfaction than any fertilizers
a good test( two years, having used your goods by the side of others! we ever used. JJAVIES&TAYLOR.
where I couldor compare results. I shall invest, in no other md cheerfullyP T's
recommend>our goods to the public. M. It. BEAN.
.- __ _-=_ Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Fine Ground Bone
_= =_-=-=- : :.:_-_ -_ Bradley's Palmetto A Phosphate, Bradley's Sul-t

Attention, Florida Gardener =: = ;: ; :=_-i, phate of Potash, Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc.
::::- 'y ?i;_
c= ', SSend_ : for Circulars.
J ; i S-U13/f 1 Florida Vegetable Fertilizer's i t' .

-:-'-"":":---=- :r.*" -;:::,...:--- '.","!:.z7- .- : GEORGE T.r.J..' WILSONI'repared Stategent,
: a -
Especially for Florida_ Truckers. = '..=- 50 West Bay_St., Jacksonville, Fla.

The Georgia Associated Traffic Lines .

:PFaisrt :Preig'm.t: Ft. ca.. "t e .




Chicago, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Kansas City, and All Points West and Northwest.And .

Only Line Furnishing

ville 1st.and TWO Nashville FAST Railroad FREIGHT at Montgomery.Schedules each day,connecting with both the Cincinnati Southern and Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railroads at Chattanooga,and the r..nni .

2nd. We notify the consignees when your Oranges pass Atlanta, Chattanooga and Montgomery, thus letting them know when to expect the shipment,and
them the necessary notice so that they can use every precaution to protect your interests. giving
3rd. We have a full line of Ventilated and Refrigerator Cars, which will be furnished upon application.4th. .
We Have the Shortest Line to the West, and make the Quickest Time.

5th. Letters ant qU i.lOl1i pro,nptly an 1 cheerfully answered, and upon application stencils and rates to any point will be furnished.See .
that your ship-nents are stenciled or routed via Albany, Ga., and notify me of shipment and I will see that they are Carefully Handled and Promptly Forwarded

J. P. BECKWiTII, Florida Freight Agent,

nAivr. iTii.riAnrH, <. A., tJUoJjl.: BROWN, G. F. A., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

Central R. R.of Ga.,Savannah, Ga.
Western and..Atlantlc Ry.,Atlanta, Ga.

A. J. ROSE ;


Improved and Unimproved Property; Town Lots, Orange Groves.


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Correspondence Solicited P. O. Box 197.
References: First NaMonal Bank o' Orlando: Tho' Kl i u.'aomN' "Mv //tgnk
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Good PI lie anti Hammock Lands. Hulhllul Lots.I I 'GI'll'r K. i Lands.8tMX

have near 500 of the most beautiful build- I' lJ-ucrc(; grove in city limits, heavily laden '
Improved or unimproved in large or small | ( ) acres within 5 miles of Ocala at a bar- i
lots in Ocala,and choice lots in several with the finest fruit at
ing some a bargain.
in from 54 to$1 '))00
quantities, ranging prices j gain, if taken at once. f ... a'
acre. neighboring towns. Also: several Im- Une S-room ,
per !
dwellitif with all
I 6> -acre: grove two years in bearing, four necessary outbuilding ..
Space is limited,should you want Real Estate proved lots. ; about 40 in I
j acres grove. This Is
!blocks from court-house a
of any 1 kind: call or write me, as I have _--.
lands all over this and :adjoining counties.N. Write me for an honest description of any i 1 place. :
1I I 20-acre grove 2 miles from town,cheap. ; .1
M. BROWN, property. Respectfully, Several small and large tracts improved.and "
P.. O. Box 205), Ocala, Fla. :N. M. Buowx. I I I Several small groves all over this county. ,i unimproved. Ir

:J:> C. :P Ft. :ESINTTI: : !:; e; c C C'j C> ,

. Rooms 3 and 5 Bret Block, OCALA, FLA.


Florida i Lands---Orange Groves Hammock and Pine LandsIn

Putnam, Marion, Hernando, Polk, Sumter and Orange Counties.

Slecu\ltles-Locatlng Government, State and Railroad Lauds. Also Town Lots and Lake Fronts.


SJpLcer: : ct :IIo: X> O xx ,


Bearing Orange Groves, Young Groves, City Property, Unimproved Lands, Etc.

We have In our hands soma of the handsomest and best nay ing Orange Groves in the State. Beautiful Lake Fronts with Orange Groves and residences on Lakes Harris and Griffin.
Many of the groves we offer for sale are now paying Ten to Fifteen per cent..on amount asked for them. We will take pleasure in giving information in regard to property and that
section of Florid a. .,.
Refer to D.G. Ambler,B.M. Baer,Jacksonville, FUu.


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I: 53. to 55 HOURS NEW YORK, Ashely Soluble Guano, a complete high grade Fertilizer.

Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
: and also uspd by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.
fcavannah.and New.York Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees, bananas, etc
l Philadelphia -
and between Boston Ashley Dissolved Bones. Ashley Aeid Phosphate.Pure .

and Savannah! > t ?s Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish" Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate Ammonia, Kainit

65 to 70 HOURS. PHILADELPHIA. Muriate, Potash Cotton Seed Meal, etc.
i\ For Almanacs and Hand Books Agricultural. Primers, and good articles on Peas, Kalnit

Ocean Steamship Company. TIlE ASHLEY PHOSPHATE COMPANY Charleston., C.

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.)

Passage Rates Between Jacksonville, New York and Boston Direct. THE WILCOX & GIBBS GUANO CO.
Cabin $25: : Steerage, >812.50; Excursion {return trip),$-13.&'. ,
f II K Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows:

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. The Oldest Importers and Manufacturers of Guano in America.

TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher. ..............................................Monday: January 216:00 p.m Established 1859.
CITY OF A AUGUSTA/:: Capt J. W. Catharine....................Wednesday, January 267:30 a. in
t''..A T'A Ii OOCH EE. Capt. II. C. Daggett.................................-Friday, January 28- 8:30 a. m
C11Y OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith ................................Monday, January:31-10:30 a. m For all kinds of Truck.
NAiXOCHEE; Capt. Kempton.........................................Wednesday, February 2-12:00()) n'n Truck Guano. GREEN BRAND.
TALLAHASSEE Capt Fisher..................................................Friday, February 4- 2:00 p. mCHATTAHOOCIiEE farmer Special ( )
!! : Capt. H. C. Daggett....................... .....Monday, February 7- 5:00: p. m These Fertilizers delivered to Steamer or Railroad, at SAVANNAH or CHARLESTONfree
I ...11 Y OK AUGUSTA Capt.J.W. Catharine.. .................Wednefeday, February 9- 6:30: a. m of drayage, per bag of'JUO Sbs.$:J 75; per Ton 37 50.
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith ..................................Friday, February 118:00 a. m and other Fruit Trees Vines etc.
KACOOCHEE, Capt. Kempton..............................-................Monday, February 14-10:30 a. m For young Orange Orange Growers Special 4 uuiio. (BLUR BRAND.)
Per Bag ol 200 fts.$3: 75; per Ton $;37 50
For Bearing.OrangelTrees.
: CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.................................................Thursday, Jan. 25, at 3:00 p. m Orange Growers, Own. (ORANGE BRAND.) .
UATE CITY, Capt. Hedge................_........................................Thursday, Jan. 27,at 8:00( p. m Per Hag of 200 lbs. 51 00; per Ton $tO 00
OtJ Y. OF MACON, Capt. Kelley...............................................Thursday, Feb. 3, at 1:00 p. m
GATE CITY, Capt. Hedge.................................................Thursday, Fl.b. 10, at 7:00 p. m Doubly Ammoniated Truck Farmers'! Special Guano.
I Per Big of 20-) fts.$i 00; per Ton $i0( (W.

FOR PHILADELPHIA. Pure Animal Hone Meal and Potash.!!
,t Per Bag of 200!fts.S3 75; per Ton$37 50
[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.]
Pure Animal Hone ITIcal.
1UNIATA, Ca pt. A*kin s .........................................................Saturday, January 224:30 p. m Per Bag of 200!fts.$1 315 Ton $37 50
DE8SOUG, Capt. N. F. Howes........_.?....................................Saturday, January 29- 8:00 a. m ; per
R IINIATA CapU Askins........................... ................... ........aturday. February 53:00: p.m For Cotton Tobacco, Corn Wheat,etc.
DiifeSOUG, Capl. N. f*. Howes...............................................Saturday, February 128:30 a. m \ ilcox, Gibbs! & Co's Jlaiiipu luted Guano. (BLACK BRAND.)
Per Bag of 200 lbs. $! 75; per Ton $r"7 50

THESE PALACE STEAMERS Excellent Georgia Standard Guano.
Per Bag ot 200 fts.$2 55; per Ton $25 50
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and_Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) Any of the above Packed in Barrels! if Desired.Our .
I Offer to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.
I Through Tickets and Bills of Lading Issued to principal points North, East and Northwest prices are based on prompt and certain Cash. They will not admit of any losses by
YN Savannah. For further particulars apply to pooror slow pay. Therefore to insure prompt shipments, orders should be accompaniedwith
HENRY YONGE Agent, G. M. SORREL Agent the money. (Approved acceptance with interest at 8 per cent. added to our Cash
i Pier No.35, North River New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah, Ga. Prices for the time taken, will be regarded as equivalent to cash.) Give lull shipping direct
; RICHARUSON & BARNARD, Agents Savannah Pier, B ston. tions,and you may rely upon the goods being shipped the day the order is received.N. .
I t W. L.JAMES Agent, 13 S.Third Street Philadelphia.J. .
H.-Samples of any of our Goods will be mailed on application.
.-D. HASHAGEN, EasternAgent, Sav., Florida& Western Ry. Co.,261 BroadwayN.Y. .
For Inlormation and.Tickets apply to connecting linen. Works at Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S. C.
H. R. CHRISTIAN, Soliciting Agent.




Nos.5 North Market and 5 Clinton Sts., Roston, Mass.!

REFERENCES-T. G. Hiler, Cashier Fanuell Hall National Bang, Boston; Richardson &
Imrnard gents Boston and Savannah S. S. Co.,Savannah Ga.; H. C. Denton, Gainesville,
I+ Fla.; J. Dozier,Ocala, Fla.; A. C.Turner, Clear W ater Harbor, Fla.; A. Manville,Jack- tnbllsllcd :187O.High .


All varieties of Orange and Lemon Trees. Buds not on small stocks but on large and extra Grade Fertilizers.Soluble
fine ones. We make a specialty oi the famous and hardy .

Villa Franca Lemon,

I and can NOW show trees and RIPE FRUIT. They stood last winter's cold as well as the Guano (highly ammoniated), Dissolved Bone, Ash Element,

orange. Send for Catalogue. KEDNEY & CAREY, German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats,

___ _Mai Hand. Orange Co., Fla. High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes.

All Orders Promptly FilleR. I.

Oranjyo Trees and All :Finds of Vc ctnblcs. M. MEANS, Treasurer
4 Natural food for plant-life' Especially adapted to soils.
sandy Anyone wishing to obtain ---------- ---- -- ------
r strictly good fertilizer will find it to his interest to try this. It is not a cone- ntrated
chemical fertilizer, but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The effect is permanent. Braidentown Real Estate Agency.

Price ( in Sack ) $10.00 per Ton.

Send for Circulars. I have no.agents. Address EDGAlt M. GIIAIIAJI,
_Crescent: CI ty. Fla Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace,

Ilruideiitowii, Manatee Co., Fla.

PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIESASK Will buy and sell all kinds of Heal Estate on commission. Eighteen years' residence in
Manatee County Personal knowledge of most of the lands throughout the county. Asa
practicing Attornev.and a* County Judge fora number of years, I have had occasion to
familiar with many titles and the County Records Having been continuously enSured .
YOUR GROCER FOR these years, In the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable Products .
I of his semitropical section. elves me advantages in the selection of the various qualities of
I lands suitable. Maps and ,\bstracts furnished, Titles examined and Deeds executed. Infer-
EMPIRE ONE SPOON matlon furnished. Correspondence solicited.
NOTE.-Braidentown is situated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,about
thirty ve miles south of Tampa. Has daily service by the elegant steamer Margaret. Ad-
I' OR'I Jacent are the lovely Terra Cela, Sarasota.and Palma Sola Bays beautiful teeming with all kinds of
I fish,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are toe most building tt,8ln
the world, with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands, where tropical fruits and

I I Snowflake Baking Powders, choice vegetables may be grown to perfection. -

t Well Curbing and Chimney Flues
tl l And see that you get them as they are the best in the Market. Manufactured only by the f?

Cheaper and Better than Brick.


JAB M. FAIRLIE ,} Proprietors i Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required. id.i
Office and Laboratory No.33 Newnan Street, near Bay, next to Hotel Toni I COMPANY
,,' Jacksonville, Fla. Office 52H West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
i .. Write for Price List and mention the Florida Dispatch.










Residence and Business Lots at St. James City (Big Pine Island), Charlotte Harbor; York Charleston & Florida
also suburban land for Tropical Fruit and Winter Gardens. The most southern port for sea- ,
going vessels.

The elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sail for CHARLESTON & NEW YORK

From JACKSONVILLE......... ..................... ...... ... .....Every FRIDAY.


From. Jacksonville. .
CHEROKEE (New)....................................,................Frlday,J"an. 7,at fi:30: p m .
SEMINOLE (New).................o..... ,............................Friday,Jan.14,at 8:30:: a m
J CHEROKEE (New)........ ....................................... .....Friday,Jan.21,at 1:30: p m
r F._ SEMINOLE (New).................... ...................... .... .....Friday,Jan.28,at 8:30 am.,

From Fernandina.

i Every Sunday and Wednesday evening on the arrival of the Florida Railway and Navigation -

1 I Company's trains. ,
__I_ _l N. I 1 II 111111 1 1111 l WW YEMASSEE....... ...... .....Sunday.Jan. 2 CITY OF COLUMBIA....Wednesday,Jan. 5
= y ity DELAWARE.................Sunday,Jan. 9 CITY OF ATLANTA...Wednesday,Jan.1t
<< YEMASSEE..................SundayJan.16 CITY OF COLUMBIA. ..Wednesday Jan.M
-s. DELAWARE ...............Sunday,Jan.23 CITY OF ATLANTA.. ....WednesdayJan.YEMA8SEE..SundayJan.30 .2*
_. CITY OF ATLANTA. ...Wednesday,Feb. S

: ., Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, E.R.,New York,every TUESDAY, 'IHUBS-
-- DAY and SATURDAY,at 3 p. m.

The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line ar? unsurpassed. Every atten- .
tion will be given business entrusted to the Line. Direct all shipments from New York vlsCLYDE'S
<* SAN CARLOS,?' (Now Open) St. Jame City.CHESTER. FLORIDA LINE, Pier 29,East River. -v:; ; .
BALL, Manager. For further Information apply
Reference-J. R, Campbell, St.James Hotel,Jacksonville. CLARENCE WAGNER,Agent J.A.LESLIE,Agent,
Delightful surroundings,driving, yachting, fish,oysters,fresh vegetables. Soil adapted t Fernandina, Fla. Jacksonville,Fla.
Oranges, Pine-Apples'!, Cocoanuts,etc. Tourists, invalids and sportsmen say It is the mos 86 Bay St.,cor.Hogao.
attractive spot In the State. THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager, WM. P. CLYDE & CO, Gen.Agents
Reached from Punta Gorda by steamer Alice Howard,leaving for St.James City Tuesday, 35 Broadway,N. Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia,3a Broadway,N'.Y.
Thursday.and Saturday a. m. Address --
C. A. BOARD1 IAN, Gen.Manager,
J. M. KREAMER, Pres.,Jacksonville. St.James City,Charlotte Harbor.
Pomegranates Valrico Nurseries Rananae ..
Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. Pine-Apples, H. L. WHEATLEY, Proprietor. ,
Avocado P'rs,
Pears -
Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, ALTAMONTE, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Oriental I erium,
Plums andPersimmons W. G. TOUSEY, Ca'adlum: ,

LIMES, Etc., Seffher, Hillsborough Co., Fla. PALMS Polnci,, lOQUATS, ) Orange & Lemon { P ears lums cache,, _.


Successors to Nichols, Rockwell fc Co.,Wholesale and Retail
I Figs of Commerce, New Pomegranates, Mulberries, Nut Trees, Etc.
Hardware House Goods Mantels Paints .
Stoves, Furnishing Grates. ,
New Catalogue now ready. Address as above.
Oils, Saddlery, Guns, Ammunition, Etc.

Parties In town or out will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any
goods they may need In our line. Prices lower than ever. FLORIDA SAVINGS BANKAND

38 West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla.


*' Has for sale choice Lota. Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows Interest on deposits,CoLlects
Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans,etc.
J. C. GREELEY, Rrenldent. L. D. HOSMEK' Treasurer.
Offers Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for investment or Cultivation.
Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites for Homes; Railroad and Daily Malls.
Also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the .nstallment Plan if desired. Address SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.Catalogues .
. JAS. M.KKKAMEH,President,over Bank of Jacksonville,or W. II. CHANT, Supt.,
Sin Pablo, Florida. ,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list includes
the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also,

GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES I IA Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, and other Fruits.Our .

stock is one of the largest In the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties a '
general line of fruit trees adapted to Florida,Including the largest stock of Peach specialty. '
Trees to be found, in tile State, JL'cen-To and lloiicy Peaches a specialty, 11. \V. PIERCE,
also several other varieties of peaches. My stock of Kelsey! Japan Plum Trees! Indian Springs: ,Orange Co.,Fla.
consist of 5,000 or upward,all home grown,and buds taken from bearing trees on my place.
15OO Picholiiic Olive Trees ((2 to 6 ft. high), bOOOO Orange Trees! ((3 to 4 yrs.old).
A full supply of LeConte,Keitfer and other Pear trees,Japan Persimmons, Figs, Quinces, Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries
Apricots,Nectarines,Japan Medlars,Mulberries,English Walnuts, Pecans, Almonds,Japan
Chestnuts, Grapes, Raspberries, Blackberries, etc.
An ezamlation of stock solicited. Catalogues free on application to
Fruit and Ornamental Trees Plants and .
G. L. TAKER, Pot Grown Semi-Tropical ;
Vines. No Loss in Transplanting. *>
Glen St.:Mary,Fla. .
Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. Address

MANVILLE NURSERY Co. Oakland A. E. CIIAIttPLIN,Orange Co.,Fla.

Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pecans and Established 1856. 200 Acres in Fruit N merT.

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. Fruitland Nurseries, Augusta., Ga.
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees peclally adapted to Florida is doubtless the
.. most varied In the United States. A special catalogue(No.4)) Is published tot this branch ;
F. S. CONE, Manager, of our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as Peen-To '
!. Honey and other Chinese Peaches Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons Eryobothryas Grape I .
Vines, etc., we have very large stock of Kelsey and new Japan Plum, Japan '
Chestnut Melon Shrubs and other new fruits. Also all the new Roses of merit, Palms
The Lakeland Nursery Company.ORANGE Acacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees. Flowering shrubs,etc. Catalogues
sent free to all applicants. No.1. Hardy fruit tree .Roses, Evergreens. No.2. Greenhouse
LEMON AND LIME TREES plants. No.3. Wholesale,for nurserymen and dealers only. No.4. Fruits and Ornamentaltrees ..
suited to Florida. P.J. Berk mans Proprietor.
Peen-Toand Honey Peaches, Keitfer and LeOonte Pears, Kelseys's Japan Plums,Japan
Persimmons, Loquats, Figs, Grapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba-
nanas. Rev. :L. Y" rn a 31 :Ph.e1i: : S ,t.

Tropical Potted.Fruit Trees a Specialty.Price SANFORD, FLORIDA. ;
List free on application. E. H. TISON, Manager, I
Lakeland, Polk Co.,J4'Ia. SELLS



Oranges Trees and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden Crops,
l; ) ,Peach, Plum, Pear,Quince,Fig and Mulberry Trees Also a large stock of SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOR EACII CHOP.
Peach Seedlings,suitable for grafting and budding stocks, Grape Vines, Raspberry, Straw-
berry Plants,etc.,for sale at Willow Lake Nursery. No Vermin-Feeding Compounds used in the Manufacture of these Goods ,

Descriptive catalogue and price list mailed free on application. Address I
meet the want. Many
The highest grade goods are tne best and cheapest,and these goods
SAMUEL II. RUiriPB, years'tests find them to be all that is claimed for them. References can be given,but It!. l
Marshallvllle,Ga. needless where goods are so well known. It can be truthfully said that these are the .


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