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:
February 14, 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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clia..1P.Dacosta,) Jacksonville. Fla. 14 1887 ( LNtabliiltftt IS 5i".
Proprietors i Monday, February
A II., Maiiville+ ; *fc j' | New fierce*, : 1 01. 7, IVo. '7.
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HARLAN HOTEL Stoves, I Crockery, ,
G. A. DREKA &: CO., Proprietors.CAPT. .

Enlarged and improved. Capacity doubledIn Tin-ware, : C. S L'ENGLE
18 d. Elegant new furniture Electric Bells! I DELAND, FLA.
etc. Tennis, Croquet, Billiards, Boating, etc. Granite Ironware,
j Lamps
Table supplied with the best of everything. I Accommodations for 135 Guests. Situated
Oil Stoves: AND In.the very center of the city,conveniently located -
Fresh vegatables from hotel garden every any i Burners, Chimneys,
In the year. Milk In abundance from the Silver-ware. 'I ( to Postoffice.Telegraph office,Churches,
Irondequoit Dairy. !'G s Fixtures, etc. Surrounded by beautiful grassy! grounds
I arranged for Lawn Tennis! Croquet and other
LAKE HELEN, VOLUSIA CO., FLA. House Furnishings,! Freezers, outdoor amusements.A .

Five miles from DeLand. Table Cutlery, I I' I Refrigerators, select Orchestra has been secured for the

Gate Filters season.
City ,
LAKE IIKI.KX. Fire Kale>*, 2.5U pr Dny and Upward
Dogs, JACKSONVILLE FLA. Dinner Tea and
I ,
The Blue Spring, Orange City and Atlantic Special Rates by Week or Month.

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.
wit.i all trains the J. T. & K. W.
over Electric Bells. All protection possible against
Paid Mail
Particular Attention to Orders.
Ry,and also! St.Johns River steamers. Tour- Fire. Write for particulars.
ists should not full to take a trio over this
route passing as It does, directly across the v. T. FORnES. W. P. GIFFORD. C. G. PEARCE. J. B. CHRISTIE, Attorney.
famous .'Orange Rldget"_ of Volusla County, Real Estate and Loans.
at Its broadest and most attractive point,
through extensive Orange Groves, past beau- W. T. FORBES & CO. .

tiful lakes, elegant winter homes, over a well ""4 xw. ,
ballasted road-bed, broad gauge, heavy steel -
rails elegant Pulman Cars, courteous employees I

pleasure, trip and attractive.all that combines to make a Florida Real Estate Exchanao ana Law OMeos. G.B.GRIFFIN&SONLegitimate

This route, starting at Blue Spring Landing
on the St.Johns River,clo e by the celeb:nted
mammoth sulphur spring of this name
whose bosom the largest steamers could tl at, Property Bought and Sold in every County Florida. -
In the midst of the tropical 1 luxuriance of n
river hammock, crosses the main line of th- Capital Invested, Loans Negotiated, Taxes Adjusted and Paid,
J., T. one mile from the river. Orange City, the Titles Examined. ConveyancingSurveying, etc.

next'station, Is a growing, busy town, sur- "
Send for our Real Estate Bulletin.
rounded b y' extensive orange groves. From
thence to Lake Helen, the present terminus,
we pas through a nark like pine forest, inter- W. T. FORBES & Co., Representations Guaranteed.

spersed with clear lakes, fine orange. groves
and winter homes, and connect with the De- Abell Block, 32& West Bay Street, Jacksonville. Fla.
Land Extension of the same system just be-
fore reaching Lake Helen, the Villa City"of Information cheerfully furnished.
South Florida. This is, without exception, Ellis db Ellis ,

the prettiest town on the peninsula, and no 50 wIJay Street,
pains have been spared or mistakes made, in REAL ESTATE 'BROKERS, JACISONV'II..LF.

making the most of Its natural attractions.Its Best selections In City and Suburban Lots, Orange) Groves and Truck Farms Pine Lands,
commodious hotel, the "Harlan House," Railroad and Government Lands, lovely Villa= -res on the St. Johns River, etc.
75 West Street Jacksonville
with its annexes, and the many attractive All business pertaining_ to Real Estate promptly attended to and satisfaction guaranteed.3C ( ,
OFFICES: -< Windsor Alachua County..
; and elegant mansions and unique cottages, -
surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns, ( Inverness, Hemando County.R. .
and clustering around the blUe waters of Lake The Clarl= 's Cove c\-LLan..o.

Helen. The balmy breezes which blow from >> N. LLU8: C. E. A. E. McCLURE,
Ocean and Gulf,and which at Its are not Inter- a Arcnltect.
cepted, ameliorating the winter's cold and ai-. til
t)> -
tempering the summer'; heat making It the u / =* a 3 ELLIS & MCCLURE

healthiest and most, conubrtable spot on the ,c.. ->ra > ,
continent either for a permanent residenceor f.:; -. S V/ r.-'--., :: Architects and Civil Engineers
o L':=L = ,
tor a sojourn
Don Miss! It w = aaa tt.. ". O C-Z 7 Plans,Specifications and Estimates for buildings
.. --44< .. .., ca 0 :ASq : 0 of all kinds,Sanitary work, etc.
A trip through South Florida without a = ,.1'0-" j' $ -S::: :: Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto Block, Bay St.:;
<, glance at this lovely country cannot but be ... : i fr"a > 0.H Ffa.{
.21' P.O. Box 7&5 Jacksonville,
unnatlsfactory. as '".;. ,..=.. r'J.... 41 :::: "' gO :--:- rr ..
iiI :
tins : '. a
ftI 3
r., < : Q, ., \ 55.
'l -.c 4 : :- .::J > 5 "* :e SEVILLE.This : : : .
/ 4 :j : t /\ N- :;:;A o : S a
... c! I .IN '""' -r: :;; i growing town is the principal station
& I
Q.I. I Q I ''- .=.. e *c 3 on the J.,T.& K. W. By between Palatka and
eoi I
Q.I :.: :. o :- > c" Sanford,Kl miles lout b of Jacksonville. It Is
> <.: ,, Z 3: on he high pine ridge on the shores of Lake
...", .. 7.:0:. >' ; > 5g Lonlse.aud surrounded by a fertile and settled -
111 < : ) .c c-
'" It has a compllete system of
::: ::0" < country.
< .. '.::::; _d : rt: am water-works and sewer In p ... Eot ::> :;*::.3 *. ;.;*.:., .va c. -MOTEL SEVILLE,
... =) SSS a ;. r -- .;; Containing 1 ubllc and pr1 ate bathrooms,
= :: ... r 000 :::
--- z.- billiard etc. Is managed by Mr. H.
--- 01;;' room.
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-=-- -:: ,=' wen:. :::. "" 3DO Channel,late steward of the i larendon Club,

CUTLER -; m Manchester England under the general direction -
T. ROCKWOOD "'" ;:!,c-
o ol the Seville Company.
.. Lots and acre property for sale on reasona-
.... ARCHITECT, Ill 0 ble terms. Settlers and and Investors are requested -
Office 32U West Bay Street,Abell Block, r to visit the town. A ddress
Jactsonvllle, Fa. SEVILLE COM PANSeville,Fla.
Genoiul Routbern Agent of CooperativeBuilding Wightman & Christopher, State Agents, Mason Young, President. 35 Wall St New
Plan Association, &; Shoppers Modern Jack oDvlllep1a. York. R.H..Mason,Sec.&Treas.,Seville, Fla
o. Houses. Circulars and Information free. .. .Special terms.on appll








new Peacn Bidwell'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
CONTROLLING of which I have been engaged in the nursery business. It was my ai ". when the trees were
in fruit last spring to have all who could,call and see them and taste the iruit,well aware
that the general public would prefer to have the verdict of such men as I name below to
3,000,000 the decls.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;
of the Richest in the State.
Land J. Harkins Hilliard, Palatsa; W. G. Wright, Mt.Dora; Rev.T.Yo Moors, Sanford; Levi
. I_ Risinger P. A. Isaacs, Sorrento: ; Rev. H.J. Walker, Tangierine; Charles Phillips,Robert
Mills, Chulusta; Rev.C.A. Lander: ,Messina. _
Representing all the Owing to Ill-healih, I l lest spring placed the distribution and sale of trees for the coming

Tinterin the hands of lUr. James Ulott, Orlando, Fla.,to whom all or.lersand letters

4 ..J rF iw -- r Oisston Companies, inquiry)' should be addressed.

Kisiimmee Land j. n CIIESNUTT s H.COLLINS.
.J. 13. OHF3SBNTJTT: :: & CO.,

AND Produce Commission Merchants,

TT ....R THE:oAIfo:OF
South Florida R. R Go's Lands. Fruits, Vegetables* Hides, Wool, JLIto.,


Consisting of beautiful! Lake Fronts, II1?h and Low Hammocas, first-class Pine Land for 99 Buy Street, S.t\'AN AH, GA.
Orange roves,and rich reclaimed lands for garden purposes. REFERENCES Southeri Bank Hta'e of Georgia I I Q nick Sales and Prompt Returns at HIghesnd
the ComniTfial Age ci.". I Market Prices

.A. : :)REw:: II.A.rqr..E] ,


Anti Truck Farms. DEALER IN
Improved Railroad Steamboat and Mill Supplies' Pure White Lead, Zinc and Colors, Glass, Putty,
Varnishes! :, Brushes, Plain anu Decorative \\all Paper, Doors Sashes,Blinds,etc.
Mixed Paints, all Shades and Colors write Jar etimate.! .ecus, Sash
Weight,Cord, Hinges, screws,etc. Lime, Plaster, Hair and Cement.

GRAPE DUST Kills Iildew.

Bend for Price and Description Ltst.WILLIAM. Sold by

For Pamphlet address.
FI-hkill-on-Hudson, N. V. Seeds m en.

- Refer to this paper. Klssimmee, Orange County, 'IR. ,



LEESBURO, Sumter County, Florida.
f Inau> U'ators! of the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida(without ice).
Correspondents: Ambler, Marvin t Htockton,Jacksonville, Fla.; Rank of Manhattan Co.,
Uew York Cit\; Mtl\ ville, Evans A Co,75 Lombard Street,London, England. Reference: Our Acc't Sales and check Saturday,for every shipment closed out that week.
A general Banki II jr business conducted. Accounts opened for depositors and collections
made. Money placed on mortgage for t investors.
1O Years .Established.
REAL ESTATE Correspondents:Stapylton&Co., Fruitland Park,GardeniaP.
O.,Sumter Co., Fla.,and S Westminster, London, England. Gi: P ALMER: :
Investors and Settles re Invited to communicate personally or by correspondence.DON'T ,
Commisslon' : : : : Merchant

166 Reade:Street, I FOR TttK SALE I NEW YORK.

DOl IT. :, I rusts mid Produce, Also Hide specially., Furs, Honey, Etc. Florida Oranges a

reuces-B9nklng houses and principal shippers throughout the Slate. Kind for StencH
i : and Market quotations. Tri-weekly quotations by telegraph to Times-Union during
hicping, reason.FRUIT" .

Field Grass See Seed Oats Rye and Barley S !

Potatoes, 'The Orange: an.c1.: .

variety,other Citrus Friuts, I/eConteand Keifler Pears, Japan Plums"., Japan Persim-
mons, Figs,Guavas,Grape,etc.

Or anything to plant before getting prices from PEEN-TO and HONEY PEACHES A SPECIALTY


SO. SEE CO., Macon Ga..,

J. R. ELLIS. Pres. & Manager. Heed Growers and Dealers. ,

Magnolia: Hotel Dll. H. K CUT, Proprietor.

Belleview i- in the highlands Marion county,on the F. R.A y. Railroad,10 mile; mouth
OCALA, FLA. of Ocala.) Its elevation And distance from rivers and swamps ensun K a ary atmosphere and
New Management. First-Claw in Every Respect. Prices Reduced. freedom from foss. Table first-clan-. Kc.rthprn C'oks. All the Florida fruits and vegetablesin
Commodious Sample Rooms. MRS. L. C. SCRANTON, Manager. their season. This place Is especially commended to those of the Invalid clays,and others
who,'eslre all the comfort! of a Nortneru home. Skillful medical attention wnen needed.
Term on application.


, .
Our new Catalogue of Rare '.xotic Plants, and general Nursery Stock,Is now ready. ,
yo.313 North Water Street Philadelphia.
Price, 15 cents, Postpaid. Specialties: SOUTHiit FBtJ ITS AM: VEKETAHLES.Consignments .

Mailed Tree to nircuslomers.) !; solicited.: Returns made on day of sale, except for small shipments.
REASONER BROS., (Refer to H. F.Dutton la.Co. Bankers Gainesville, Fin.: Mann & Hro., Mirnte! ,ville, Fla
J.T. Woflbrd, Fort Mason, r la.: F.C. Austin! ,Orange City, 11:1.A..C.Ufrteen.OF1eeu,1.1. *.;
Manatee, Florida. (First National Bank, Camden,N.J.V.; p. t ly de&Co.. hiladelphla; Ocean Steamship!! Co.,
Phila. Ofllce.) Hon.A.Canale,Charleston,S.C.: A. Champion, Savannah,Ga.La. .

FURNITURE! : W !:i EI s.M.i.tiI': ; de C).,

General Commission MerchantsAND

Great Reduction in PricesUNTIL
12 Clinton Street, Boston.
REFERENCES: A.H.Manville,Jacksonville! ; L. Newsome,Crescent City; B. F.Whit-
ner, Fort held ; Rev. Lyman I'helpsSanford; C. W.Campbell,Jr.,Ocala; Foutb National
OCTOBER 1st, Bank. Roston.HAMMOND'S.
When we will remove to No<44 and 46 West Bay street. Call at once and obtain our reduced Kill.llI.eet..
prices before purchasing.. SLUG SHOT

F. E. BOGU &. CO. Sold by
For Pamphlet,address
Se d
Nos.26%and 28 Ocean street,City. Fisuktll-on-the-Jlndson, N. Y. e smen.




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W. H. PILLOW President. Cashier.
0 Real Estate


Healthy Lands! Low Prices !

Forwarding & Commission House. CAPITAL #50OOO. Kissimmee offers the best chances for settlers -
in Florida. It is the coming district,as
: all who know the H ate testify. There is IIi:
Transacts a general Banking business. M may for investors in Town Lots.
Oranges Direct from the Groves for Sale(: by Single i
Hi: \\ Fire and Hammock jiucl
Buys and sells Exchange. Letters oi Credit
"':, ; or Oar-Load. cashed. At reasonable prices.

AIKO good land for Truck Farming. A few"
Has in all the chief towns
correspondents sma.l Bearing Groves on tracts of from
/ Other :Produce .A.1so. of Florida,also Seaboard National Bank a Twenty to Eighty acres, at very low prices.
Messrs.C. M. Whitney &Co., New York.In These roves are easily enlarged, and aflord
___c All necessary facilities for handling Orange, Strawberry and Vegetable Crops. Great Britain: The Rank of Irelan a goo-I start. Correspondence solicited.
Royal Bank of Scotland, Bank of Britt
Packages suitable (for shipping the above products both made up and in the flat always on North London America and Melville, Evans & C win. HOVI,i,i...

hand and for sale; also other Growers'supplies,such as Hoops,Wrapping Paper,etc. I Kissimmee,Orange Co.,Flay
Location the best, viz:


Circulars and Stencils
on application. '

fJrU1 SEEDSSend Manager,

San Mateo, Putnam County. Florida.The .

1J )/,(;rvJfw/YYItllli(#t gAiwJ; rv.f fo rrc wur Illustrated Catalogue

Vfgetab'e, Flower. Field, best varieties of the Orange and Lemon
Plants, Bulb, Implements.F S E E D S and other Citrus Fruits.

3OwIcs ( fJ CTCWib i rDA0Y17Rkji R E E neglect by mail wilting on application.for it. Don't dnction.Choice varieties of the Fig,of r"centlntro

The Cattle Guava, both the Red and Yel
Rochester N. Y. Chicaqo III.
( cs f11l a V e; t o1ae& efl,4Cw 322-328 E. Main St. 12 14 N.Clark St low.The
---- -- ----- -y Peach and Pear of the sorts best adaptedto
the soil and climate of Florida.
1 he Japan Plum,varieties ot the Mulberry
tot'l /4. Hart's Choice Bananas,Grapes,Pecans,etc.
w '
-SB-Catalogue free on application.

z' vv-7"h? REFERENCES:-Crosby&;Gowen.San! Mateo;
':. ? lion.V.. 1'yle, Han Mateo; W. J. Webb,
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a : New Plallts.: :
<9,,, Thw

Recommended fur Florida.

: jrrnp01" a x NA' s 'J.ItrmR t ) esq.Uo i :

Walnuts of Commerce; Hind's Paper Shell,
Gun Locksmiths and Stencil Gutters
h"w 1 : ( \d.Gt lq'r.) 78 e tAVM Prreperturiens; Japan Plums, Adriatic Figs,
Olives, Pomegranates,Hoses,and many other
.r' ) 44 W. Forsyth St., Op.St.Johns Nottl!.
novel'Ies. Everything healthy and. free from
scale. Everything reliable. Send for catalogue -

,! fcffJ 6t. done in all Its branches. free. Pamphlet on Fig Culture 1')
cents. be mail.
IRON SAFE WORK Many plants can sent by

"l i ..'" .I l 1".1'rtg t \ 'II'" II. FANCHER CREEK NURSERY,

: : GUSTAV EISEN, I Fre-no. (':tHrum!.,.

Over ,nnn,nnn _PEOPLEUSE _! L'Cont J
< \ "
iP., :
>> .P
trod Ie for 1imD1icitY-,, T&1U&b1e in&D1 PamD1 wm do the work of 81* 822 D. M. admitted FERRY to&be CO.the t-
hear elf the AJDeri. strength" ,ease and perfection 10 men with the common -4 are
Ye.etable 1 Oard en. : :. LARGEST SEEDSMENin
es ends to rapidJ7. of work hand hoe. Y
e ,
tReod ice 188' Catstlo t-,dins .. J4fn1'lr Q:12$ t 4 f i.a. 11 Y in the world. 1:! Nur
__ _a _rec1actioD m pdoe: S._L_ALLEN CII. EU, :1'''' __ ....!! D.M.FERRY&.CD'SIllutrateil. DMripUrc err t
-; ( *. Priced The largest grower 1)1 lhes I I' urM from (Cut-
ft THE OITRA NURSERIES : W SEED ANNUAL tin K. b'' I ., ForlB87 free W.W.THOMiisoxHmltiiVllleUa..
I Have'on: hand undTor: sale a large: stock of tine j will be mailed --'-

j;; Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees. applicants FREE to last season's to and all ibley's Tested Seed

Stocks five and buds one, two and three years old. All the leading named vanMlew; well t l; customers Si Catalogue free on application.Send SAN
j-,h:: grown and well rooted Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees,Roses, etc. Send for without ordering it.leeal.wDleto. for It.
r 4: descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhereL. .......... .n'n.IIIKAM.. TPn: N,IYL.t Cuxceco.ILL.;
L. W. L1P8EY & CO., CItra, ITIarioii Co., Fla.E. :," an.Eeetvper.eon -
'.' J(. I/ENQLK. W. A. DELL. din, field or
ITowtr SEEDS tfiouldiwlbrtl.AddreM
0.N.FEllYx611 The Proprietors} of the
: Safe Deposit Sure. Detroit Mich.
Open Daily (Sundays and Legal 1 Holidays excepted). Banking hours 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. ------ --- -- - Pensacola Greenhouses & Nurserieswould
Safe Deposit hours 9 a. m. to 5 p.m.

:0 Fire and Burglar Proof Boxes for Rent, $10, $15 and $20 per Year. Just Received and in Transit announce tbat they are now fully org -
DOUBLE COMBINATION AND TIME LOCKS. *ntzed and prepared for business, with a
large and extensive stock in all departments,
..r... W. 1'. BAKER, Cashier. IIENRY A. L'E1VGLE, Manager.' 30,000 Orange Boxes, and with a Managing Partner of 25 years
practical experience as Nurserymanand
Box Landscape Gardner, and H full staff of
.A.1.'taD1on.1ie Hotel 100,000 Orange
The : practical 8 assistants all department

ALTAMONTE STATION, ORANGE CO., FLA. 20,000 R':aniH of Orange Wrap The Manager,who Is a practical Landscape
FRANK A. COFRAN, Proprietor. Gardener of 25 years experience, will be
pleased to consult. with any lady or gentle-
(Of the Twin Mountain House, White Mountains,N. H.) Other Growers' supplies in full stock. Send man in regard to the improvement embellishment
of their grounds, and will fur
for Price List. nish plans nd specifications desired.
Send your name and address on a postal
A fullillne of Nursery Stock now ready for Fall and Winter planting. E. BEAN departments.card for new .llustrated Address1'ENACOLA Catalogues( b.'th

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

Send for Catalogue. Commission Merchant and Forwarder, GREENHOUSES AND

-.!'". y '-, 8n Mateo,r.' .. WIo7cro.I R.R.Wharf, Jackionrille) ,na.J ; j.' Pmaaoola1 FJaj

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RATES OF PASSAGE i --- : ),"

JACKSONVILLE TO NEW- YORK : I.o\\'c""t"" Hates of freight Ai\Vny!iII (U vcU. ,

; Direct connection at 1+Fernundln with F.K. & f*.Ute
The magnificent I 1 Iron Steamships of this Line will sail from it. .
IrERNANIINAFLt.torNEWYOIUatterarrlvaloftralns -

from Jacksonville, Cedar Key, Orlando and other points in This! Line offers to 1 he Traveling: Public and Shlpoersof Vegetables
South:: Florida. :nd Oranges the Quickest and Only Direct Line to NeW

CARONDFLET, Ca it. John Risk_ ....'Feb.:1: Yf.rK. .
CITY OF H VN ANTi tN 1O, Capt. Wildtr.'Phursd.y', l<''eh 1 1UAKONDKIjET II'< % $j -Th rough kesaud! State-rooins !secUred in advance at
Cal John Risk. .... Thursday, Feb. 17 all points In Florida. '
CITY OF HAN ANTON In, C pu Wilder: .Thursday, "'eb.2. ira-Tnii'-: leave F. It. A N. (''O'AIaln liepot, foot of. Hogan
tJAKONDELFTT, CapUJohn It[..k. ..Thursday, Mar. i street at {Mr'uin and' :).(Itpm, on sailing days, connectingCITY
OF HAN ANTONIO. Capt. Wilder ...Tbundiiy, "ar.IO with St'-arvshlps at Fernandlna. .
' CARONDEI.ET. Capt John Risk .... .,.. r E'or'tickets and .State-rooms and further idforruatiori;
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Capt. Wlldet' ...ThursdciY, Mar.21 apply to

R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Fernandiua, Fla. A. H CRJPPEN, Gen'l Traveling Ayent..: J. M. CUTLER, Pass. Agent,75' West Bay St., Jacksonville ..ia.

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----The :F'I1or1 .a :: : ; HjiDOLO:

With the :Magnificent Connections.

The Great Fast Express Freight! System of the South.The .

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attention. ofshlppers Is directed to the Plant S. S. Linn between Havana, IeVeoot HIM! Tampa, and People's! Line of Steamers between Sanfoiil. Palatkit and Jacksonville S uth
Florida Railway between T.nipa and Sanford: ., F. & W. Ity I between' Jacksonville, Gait csvilk-, River Junction and Mivnnnah, Savaiuah:: and Cliarl->ton, and Ocean SteamshipLine
between Savannah, Philadelphia, Boston and New York. The best equipped, fastest a 1\1111.)4 pumipt iina-: between all poi its In Florida and all points' North and N-.irthwe*t. Receivers
and shippers will profit by the following unpaialleled connection:

Double dally fast freight l service for all points West via Albany,Jesup and Savannah. Double dally fas; freight t"crvic from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and l Sa-
va' nah to all points in Florida; fast fre.ght trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville, Callahan : -
Dally fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Easle n, Interior and Live <);ik.
and Coast poll.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 PicrV: North River,) direct{ for Savannah Tuesdays,'Ihursda y and Satur
Trl-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company, leaving 8a'andays..
nah Mondays, Wednesdays! and Fridays. The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamer! leave Boston every Thursday
Twice week for Baltimore via the Merchants and :Miners Transportation Company, leaving for Savannah direct, making connection on tht dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
Savannah Tuesdays and .Fridays. for all points in Florida. Weekly connection for Boston \1a the Boston and Savannah ,-team,. : ,
lilp Company leaving From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship= Co., !sailing from Philadelphia every Saturday for
Savannah every Thursday;
: Savannah direct.
Weekly connection for I Philadelphia via the Ocean Steamship Comaiiy, leaving Savannah From Baltimore. Merchants and Miners Transportation Co., two !steamers per week
very Saturday. from Baltimore for savannah direct making close connection with S., F. & W. Ry for all
Sailing days: for:Steamships: t are subject to change without notice. points South.

The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and best fast freight route from all points North, East and West to Florida. For full. particulars!, rates, stencils and !shipping receipts apply
tonur iigcntu of the above lines, or to :\1. P. lJA HnJ-f: <;t.n'I Freight. Agent, klavannah, ua.C. .
1'). O VEN', Tralllc: lnnn ;f'r.Savannah,Jii. W. ;M. DAVIDSON I } .Vii'l TrallhAtfuul., Jacksonville: Fla I). II. ELLIOTT. Trnv. A gent, Jncksonville.PATAPSCO .
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I I CelebratedETREE

The Flours made by these .Mill me not surpassed by any flours" nadein I his country for
Family use.
The value of flour depends,; on tiio proportionate quantity of' g)iiien.' "'us-ar: and |>hosthatc| '
of Hme. Maryland ard Virginia Wheat, from whjcu oni .,... .., ._ -: ::._ C ;'.: rn A NU R E.

PATENT HOLMS FLOURH _J._...........'.

are manuJaptured' !Is unequalled fQr thp purjty* na superior quality ol' its| nutritious propr"'e8t
We make
AJt4\\TEEp AyiALYI s t

PaTupfilcn tto lt> ,'Iat1yo, Point Family: .
lpo No.'th. Ammonia . , . . . . , 3.50 per cent.

and other branda. voilable Phosphoric Acid. t. . . . . 4.00 u

Potash . , . .12.50 K
4_l r ", Soda. , . . . . .. . . . . .. . 2.00 "
,d..' 32 Commerce Street, Baltimore, Md. Magnesia. . . . . . . . . .. . . 8.00 u

Represented by Mr.J AS.. H. BURST,Jacksonville Fla. Lime . . . . . . . . . . 5'00 "
This justly celebrated Manure has ben thoroughly tried for vears in I-Florida and nl way*
AVitli thc best results. It ii j-.;h.t lu-oi-tn-al! Irertili/cr'but{ one which has ftlood the
test for vi-nrs! and i if properly usi d dons i'.til i 1 to repay j its cost many times over in the in- |
BARRS< CLARK & TATE creased yield! of Orange es. gci.crai iicalh init rah id ;,;i'o\vtl of the tree.

It is, and always: has been the! vim superior FertiH/er! ns when first!'; introduced years ago)
WHOLVH.\LE A\'I RETAIL and we guarantee that: it* quality will bo sustained in the future as in the past, as we do not
propose to cheapen: it by the introduction of any inferior and lower priced sources of Ammonia,
Booksellers Stationers & Paper DealersNo. Phosphoric Acid,Ac. tOur
ORAXGF. TKKK :Manure i" !Tury packed in barrel of 2.*O Ibu,

29 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, ha.18QOO i Sent for dex-ripive! p.U11plkt'! to

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Acres I Where} a lull supply .-.f it is constantly on handor to

Dl the best quality ol heavy oak, hickory and cabbatre hAmmock. having miles of river and
bay front and best water protection in Florida. Especially
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;-v i i ulus to shipping occasioned by a temporary making good sales, our warnings were cold weather and at the same timekeeping

]VQlf etiIl lg' I' reduction of one-fourth on unheeded, and as a result they all got back the fruit, which is one of

.. freight shipped to the northern and i there together and bought experienceat our most trying problems. _

SELLING OUR FRUIT. eastern ports, causing many to press a great price. In view of the importance of em-
forward shipments to already overloaded -'II' What will be the case then, when, bracing in our association all the fruit-
markets. The sale and distri- as is probable the of 1887 doubles
A Review of the Season's Business. crop growers, exceeding in number fiv/)
The Outlook for next Year. bution of oranges was virtually suspended that of 1886 and increases from yearto thousand, it has been suggested that it
through the month of January, year? would be better to obtain authority

President Address Fairbank's to the Florida Annual large accumulations were made in all So long as this country affords a from the Legislature to reduce the

the cities. market for five times as much fruit as shares to ten dollars instead of one
Fruit Exchange.I The General Manager of the Ex- is raised in Florida coming from for- hundred dollars as now required by

am' gratified in !sing: able] to re change warned our fruit growers and eign lands, there is evidently a marketfor law and that we may place it within

port to you that this our At-suciation the public against this increased ship- all we now raise if we could controlit the power of every fruit-grower to become

of Fruit-Growers has made a decided ment, and doubtless in part, as our superior advantages should a member on payment of ten

advance in uniting the fruit'growing but so much went forward that prices enable us to do. Our trouble lips in dollars only. This, I believe, would

interests of the State and that we have necessarily went down, especially the limited time within which we are he a beneficial change and it strongly

demonstrated by the logic if facts that riisets.! The bright fruit had largely compelled to market our fruit It is recommended by your officers and executive

the system adopted by i I'S for receiving gone forward and the northern buyers safe to say that three-fourths of our committee.A .

distributing and making sale, has unaccustomed to the various grades of fruit is shipped between the 20th of change in the time of our annual

proved itself wise and judicious. rupset fruit rewarded it as an inferior November and the 10th of January, a meeting is also desired in order to embrace -

During the first year of our exist- grade of fruit and touched it sparingly I period of only fifty days or less than 'I the business year in each annual

ence we could only expect to perfect : and only at low prices. The.fuct of one sixth of the year. If we could report.I .

our organization and plans, unfortu-I its better keeping qualities and sweet- I even double this time and have our desire to express the fullest ap-

r nately for Florida, the severest cold ness of taste and flavor is only learne i''fruit di.slributed evenly over a periodof proval of the excellent management of

experienced for over fifty years: occur- by experience: aud perhaps it may be j j one hundred days, it wound. be a our Central Manager and the 1 faithfulness I-

red about the' 12th of January 1886, to our advantage to have the buyers J great advantage to us. This could certainly -: with which he and his able assistant
when tho Fruit Exchange was but learn its good qualities at a low cost to I
| be done if we were all acting in I Ij Secretary Turner, have full filed
fairly entering on its practical work. them, and they may give it a better j unison under one managing head and their duties. -
Undaunted misfortune classification hereafter. -- ---- ----
by at
your an direction, and the fruit. sent firward
nual meeting in February last, you' We have, however, no reason for) I steadily to meet the weekly demand, I Marketing our OrangesA

expressed your unqualified confidencein discouragement: public opinton is more increasing or decreasing shipments marKed. decrease. -in- prices-- -is the-
the Exchange and your determination and more inclining to the support ofthe ,according to circumstances;; weather, result ot this glut in New York and
to and it forward. its work I will continue to follow gluts there and
support carry Exchange as become- foreign( competition, etc., thus cau-
The General Manager and Treasurer known and tested. Whenever the 'officers I tiously distributed over the whole everywhere. Instead of 600,000 boxes

in his rep..rt will make statements of the Exchange have had the I country there would be an average this year, suppose we had over two

of the operations oi the Exchange and opportunity meeting with the fruit- price maintained and an average demand ,million h .xes, .18} we hall very likely

its financial condition. It would be grower and explaining its plan and giving certainty and assuranceto have next year, a glut and depreciation

more satisfactory if this report, when work to them it has received their cordial -; the fruit-growing interest. The iu prices would then mean sorurj

annually made, covered: the entire period endorsement and support. We I Fruit Exchange when embracing the thing ; to prevent: which should engage 1

of each season's operations, as I have some, of us, at considerable self great bulk offruit producers evidentlycan the active attention of every fruit
hope by a change in the time of our sacrifice, attended several meetings of I' regulate and contest the marketto growl in the State, whether great or

annual meeting will be hereafter pro- this kind, hut. we could only visit. a \ the beat advantage and it is the only small. It seems clear to us that if a.

vided for.Notwithstanding, f fr-w out of the many points where ;j way by which it can he done. It gives concentr8'iou of shipments wi 1 nut

; the s'mng opposition ( fruit-growing is a ]leading; industry. 'I I the fruit-grower the fullest and -most prevent it, then the re is no remedy.If << .
box of fruit in
of commission merchants and their A pamphlet has been published giving reliable, as well: as the best informed every grown Floridawas

paid agents striving to retain a profitable ) full informatian and has been :I i management for the sale of his crops. shipped through the Exchange,
business, and! the unaccountable widely distributed, but after all it has I The question her naturally arises the manager, Mr. Ives, could make Ins
I own rates to the West and could in a.
indifference of fruit growers to their seemed difficult to reach the growers :i| how will you know the stock on hand
own interests, the business of the Exchange and answer their objections, remove i j i. at home and how will you avoid the measure command his own prices. As

has steadily i increased and the. their, doubtd and dissipate their prejudices j i risk of holding it on account of cold ? sued long as indiscriminate shipping and i is pur-low
confidence of all who have committed I so industriously circulated and high freight rates, gluts
j These
j I are pertinent questions ; as to fear will follow. If
figures, we always
heir interests to our care has been fostfred by the commission men who the quantity of fruit on hand in Florida -
there sustain this indiscriminate
increased, naturally]] by everv means in their the information can be pretty accurately are arguments to if there is-
shipping, or
It was at first supposed that the crop power oppose our Exchange in fur had from the fruit-growers other better than the Ex
of 1886 would not exceed 600,000 therance of their own interests. After I individually ; as to avoiding risk of any
let hear what
change, us they are, so
boxes or about half the crop of the all, all things are judged by their holding it, it must be borne in mind settled and definite understanding
re.I some
previous year but from present appearances suits, and ve may well submit that this risk is very small in the lower may be arrived at. There shouldat

it equals 900,000 or fourths claims of the Exchange[ to this test, j: portion of the State and will be willingly !least be a concentration of opinion

of the previous crop-the quality always bearing in mind that our complete assumed. In those portions of sub-
among growers on s > important a
of the fruit has not averaged as well as success is based upon the geut"ral'| the State subject to occasional fn sts don't in
I ject.Ve want to persist
in previous years, being smaller and a co-operation of our fellow fruitgrowers'in heavy enough to injure the fruit an the wrong advice. If we are in
larger proportion of russet or brown carrying out our plans. With this! trees, I am satisfi d the true course! to the wrong
sustaining Exchange, we want
fruit Up to the 10th of December co-operation we claim that we have | pursue is for( every grove to he pro ; friend of the
some goo.t ours and or
prices averaged well] and fair returns shown that we can secure: fur the fruit ,' vided with a good! storage building, interest
party more largely at -the
were received. Repeated ccld waves, grower fr better result than they can J I properly arranged for this purpose Ifone
grower-to point nut our error.
creating a low temperature, alarmed) obtain individually or through the I only, in whii-h fruit can be stored and hundred dozen eggs brought to
many growers, timid from the effectsof hrst of competing commission mer : kept until it i is wanted. Before the would better
town to-day bring prices
last winter's freeze: and induced a chants. The experience similar organizations I usual period of severe frosts it can be hundred sellers than
consigned to one
general and rapid gathering and ship in Delaware and California gathered, assorted and wrapped, and they would] concentrated in the handsof

ment of fruit from all parts of the orange gives: us the fullest assurance of placed loosely in the regular boxes, one man, we should like to have the
growing nrpfl. This would nothavo the success which awaits us when our 1 and left safely for( from thirty to fiftv made clear
same to us by argument.
affected prices to so great a degree whole fruit-growing interestshall unite I days, ready to be parked and shippedat Ocala Manner.

had not other causes contributedto in our work. I a few hours notice. A storage: > r
cause a glut in the markets. Severe We have just had an illustration of house) t-' hold three thousand b-axes, It tskis about UNO hundred and fifty

cold weather in and continued from how with a diminished crop marketscan can be built in almost any part of the bushel) of p- tames: to make one ton of

Christmas to the last of January be glutted by the indiscriminate, State for five hundred dollars. I have starch.A .

throughout the North, rendering it pelt mell shipments of fruit to overstocked fruit now iu my packing house gathered ,neat. clean, fresh-aired, -weet and
almost impossible to move the fruit markets. Each shipper hoped before the 20ih, of December and well)-nanaged, house exercises a moral

and distribute ittbrough the cnuntrJ- others would be deterred from shipping in perfect order. This solves I think, as well as a physical influence over its

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= will rob the rest of the tree, makingan clay soils, strawberries are usually home mills will furnish as good an arid

}Fruit Culture.Pruning enormous growth, only to be cut planted in summer. But in South at the same nrice.

out, a total IOFS, leaviu a large woundto A
Florida and on sandy soils it is risky
-- heal over.Papering. Storage.The article this subject
on -
Pear Trees, etc. the trunks of business without irrigation, as hot,
young on page 116 of the DISPATCH for
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: trees before the t ps can shade t them is dry weather in August and Septemberis January 31 brings out some facts

As this is the pruning, time for pear a good practice. If a young tree gits often fatal to the plants. The vines which deserve serious consideration

trees, and as their habit, especially of hark bound it becomes1 feeble
a preyto set in summer do not bloom earlier by every orange grower in the State.It .
the LeConte, is to make tall, narrow scale, and it H very difficult to restore [ brought to my mind an advertsement -
than those in the fall the
trees, it may he well to give the. it. Newspaj' } erg will do, }but planted ; which has appeared in the DISpatch

French method of pruning, five examples hardware paper is much btMter.! only advantages being to secure a regularly every week for' some

of which I saw in Pat i iZ.! By Whitewashing, reflects and so prevents stronger plant, increasing the quan- time. The Florida Fertilizer Com-

their system this: indescribable peculiarity absorption of h"fut, mi'l) i-elps to prevent tity rather than the earliness of the pany offer for sale the right to use

is in a great mearine: hanged.It hark-binding. fruit. We should think the Planet, Paine's Patent Process for Curing Or-

is very simple and lies entirely in L. II. AIt ISTioxu.: anges and Lemon They claim that
the pruning. For the best nsuits it St. Nicholas, Flu Jr., a good implement for strawberries the
_. by use of this process: oranges and
should begin with the young tret'. > i but have never used one for this : lemons can be cured! in forty-eight

The last yea"'s growth of branches is Plum FLOKIDA Stocks DISPATCH and Strawberries.Editor : purpose. Should like to hear from hours so that they will keep for(

cut back as is recommended for the Will you favor me with an answer our strawberry growers on this point, months in a perfect state without injury
LeConte, but the terminal bud left
to the following questions ? There alco from our Ponasoffkee correspond' to taste or looks. The cost they
should always be on the outer side,
is merely nominal. Their claim
and consequently t the shot from it may he many of your readers to whom ent as to his methodsED.. say
extra-\'agunt it is
seems possiblethat
some infO rnation on these points would yet
will take a more or leas horizontal .t
he such a discovery has been made.If .
ery acceptable. Current Comments.
direction, although the perpendicul 1st. Does the wild half wild so, it seems to me that the State, or

tendency will in five or six inches, that is: or found( Orange Culture for Profit.-Most the United States, should buy this
plum .
assert itself, but there' will be a decided commonly growing of the statements made by Mr. Mi Cal patent and make the public
in old thrown out fields and process
gain. This plan being fo lowed on lum, in his? answer to Mr. Hastre, are property.
deserted here in Florida
year after year the branches will come plantations correct. But I question ,the accuracyof
make stock for andKelsey's
more and more towards the desired a good ) peaches a few. At what age will a grove
[ Japan plum ? Buds seem to The Olive.-So !long as cotton is
horizontal, and afterwards when average one thousand per tree? Can
loaded with fruit be all right. take readily, the Kclsey in particular. they be sold on the tree for ten dollarsper grown in this country and the cotton
This wild plum-probably a degenerate seed oil mills are running the
The'treatment of the leader is dif-- thousand? This season, owing to

ferent. It is cut back suitably' to a Chickasaw-is found growing a short crop, some have tealized even pure olive oil is likely to equal any

ibud, say ni the north side. This bud spontaneously on soil too poor f.r better prices ; but in the fall of 1885: possible demand that may arise. Stillit
anything else. I know of several be profitable to olives for
may grow
having to start out sideways i will thousands of oranges were sold on the
nine inches in diameter
curve aside: two or time inches before specimens trees at eight dollars per thousand, and pickles.
with sixteen feet spread of branches.
getting into a straightforward course. some of them at even a lower figure.It .
I[ have of dete the
This deviation from the perpendicularof no means mining is true that tin orange of Home Grown Seeds.-As the resultof
of these trees but evi-
the trunk below is to be correctedat ages they are any age, on g lOti> soil, in a desirableand years of experience, I found, when

the next pruning, when this last dently very old-twenty years or healthy location, the trees of which market gardening at the North, that
It is d l ubtful whether
grown lead r is to be cut down to a more. peach have been properly cared for and are there were very few seeds which it

bud on the south side, that is exactly stock is as thrifty in the average in a thrifty, growing condition, can be would pay to raise at home. In this
Florida soil this is. Keas
opposite to that from which it started as plum : '>uer, bought for less than the cost of produc- State I would not plant homegrownseeds
in his catalogue offers buds)
the previous year. The subsequent Chickasaw stock., peach on ing it ? of any crop which must be earlyto

treatment of the leader will be governed There are several groves for sale be profitable. It has been found
2d. Can I bud the Limonium tri-
by the judgment! of the pruner, near this settlement, of various ages, i that the farther north such seeds can
flnt iatum mil I ob'ain dwarf tre ?
the object being to obtain as nearly as s but not one can be bought at a price i be grown the earlier they mature and
Can I it fry-m seeds?
possible the perpendicular. The propagate that will not pay all the cost up to hence the earlier the crop grown from
3d. Is it better to out straw-
crocks will gradually disappear as the put date. them is likely to be. Again, a man
in and
trunk enlarges.By plants July August or Nor i is::; this an exceptional case ; it who makes a business of seed raising
in October and November? Your
starting pear trees according to from Panasoffkee who is the rule all over the State. Hundreds will probably become an expert and

this system they will be somewhat reduced correspondent of men make a business of setting he will probably produce better seeds
had such returns from his first
in height but enlarged in good out and cultivating orange groves than one who is new at the businessand :
January 12th must have
breadth. They can be shaped at will, shipment, diiiiply: as a speculation, and if it was who has so many other things to
had his out in Jill But do
and there will be no redundant, unfruitful the plants plants exhaust themselve r. hlootn profitable they would soon stop. attend to that his small seed crop is

wood. The trees will come to likely to be neglected.The .
ing in unusually cold winters and fail
much earlier bearing. Pruning.-Having no experience in tendency of the age is toward
to set fruit they should the following
Pruning orange trees should not be as and March\ ? pruning orange trees, I cannot spcik concentration and specialties in far; wing -

done in winter when dormant, but February with authority. It i is very desirable and gardening as well as all other
4th. Is the Planet double wheel}
when in active growth, or better probeably r., that the wounds made by cutting off business. Our greatgrandfathersgrew
hoe impl ment fr strawberries
in the latter part of their three a good > branches should heal over as quicklyas their own seeds, grew t the mate-
? If not ? Paua ofr-
why If'your
periods of growth, at which time the kee would fa.or possible. It has been found that rial and made their own clothes, and

sap is thickening to solidify the yo ng readers correipond details of his methods your he such injuries on other fruit trees heal were very independent of the outside

growing wood, then the healing over soonest when made while the trees are world, but do we want to go back to
would them under lasting
process will commence at once. A put SUBSCRIUER.oblig.itions. ; in full, vigorous growth, at the North that manner of living ?

tittle coal tar applied to the wound of usually in May or June. Probablythe

a large one will prevent decay and Th Ke'sey plum makes a good same rule would apply to the or-

grubs.Orange. stock upon which to work the peach ange, and iu that case March or April Strawberries and Grub JJ'Jrms.-

trees will not bear the close and lum. We the would probably be the best time. But The true grubworm is one of the
. Kelsey i prefer
pruning of pears, but the lower that is us ally a very busy season, and worst enemies of the strawberry plant.I .
peach stock f f;'r the peach, but many have seen whole beds entirely destroyed
branches should be encouraged to extend it is apt to be neglected. If the wounds -

outward by clipping clean all think the plum stock best. Kelsey's are made as smooth a3 possible, and by these pests. As they always -

but about two shoots: at the outer do well on peach: stock in North then covered with a thin coating of do their mischief under ground

ends. The following year these tw,) Florida, but it is very probable as shellac, dissolved in alcohol, it will out of sight, their presence cannot be

be in the and probably mike little difference detected until the plant begins to wil ,
may clipped same way, some claim, that it will succeed best very
thus as the circle of growth enlargesthe when the work is done, and it nviy be and then it is too late to save the
fin plum st 'ck in the southern part of ', plant as the roots areusually de
,spaces at the ends will be kept attended to at the mo convenient sea-
the State. stroyed. The worm that is troubling
even full, the interior clean and open, son.
and the trunk properly shaded. In Limonia trifoliata budded on or- Mr. Reed is probably some variety of

this way the tree can make a broad ange stock retains its dwarf character. Pertinent Questions.Many of these cut-worm. These all burrow in the

,base and conical formgiving all partsa questions are very important, and deserve earth near t the plant during the day
The best to get it on its own
way and feed the leaves
full exposure to the sun,-and they more than a mere pissing thought. come up to on and

should' fruit below as well as above. roots is to propagate from cuttings.It One, however, is based on a misstatement stems above ground at night.W. .

All sap shoots should be rubbed,off at strikes readily.In r ; our orange) growers will not buy C. STEED

first appearance,if not, a few of, them Middle Florida, especially on I Northern made boxes and crates when Swltwland, Fl'., Feb. .


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It is a common saying in this county horses cows, chickens, hogs and'I l'I From Tropical Florida.
that "the older the lands, the better folks. N t country is:: better Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH.
they produce." For instance, right at dairying than this immediate place. The whippoorwill's note is heard
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SUNNY OITBA LAND. this place there are fields that have Cattle do well when taking care of and l the cold. has gone for 1887, and
been cultivated thirty years, producingnow themselves-how much better when now we tail truthfully say as to damage
A Sojourner's View of it-The Climate almost like the bottom lands of the care of an intelligent ma ''er i is I to fruits and vegetables.
,,Soil and Productions-Oc- the Coo a. It is the decay of the rich bestowed upon them. Oa's: do finely Vegetables that were liable to be
cupation of the People-Hard and heavy coats of grass and weeds Hundreds of acres sowed in Novem killed are dead. T e guavas are damaged -
Times-Oranges and Other that improves their fertility.Let ber are now stooling. Mr.\ Dodson an i but not so much as to lose the
, Fruits-Sugar-Starch- me disabuse your mind in regardto : old farmer, a short distance from town crop, and though we had none last
Stock-Grain, etc. one thing, that is, that the cultiva- made thirty bushels to the acre last year, we can enjoy them the present
Mr John Patterson, Birmingham, Ala.: tion of the orange is the only industryof year. Lumbering is perhaps one of the year, and cordujlly invite the Rev. J.
DEAR FRIEND-It is now near two the State. On the contrary, it is a remunerative occupali ns in the Stato FT. White front his Island Home and
months since I wrote you. In that State of "many opportunities." A Bear with me a little longer. I Mr. P. W. Reasoner to come and enjoya
,time I have enjoyed Florida's "high ten-acre bearing orange is a good and i know a "Birmingham Real Estate guava pie with this scribe.
priced"} climate in mid-winter. I con safe National Bank, nothing safer and Agent" can have but little patience We do not boast of bananas or pine-
fees some disappointment. The "cold surer. But, in addition to this, of with a descriptive letter and especially l1ppl sas it is rather too cold for them
snaps" have been frequent, but unat summer fruits alone there are when there are no "millions in it." in Ogden City; but I challenge Mr..
tended with any serious damage to the peaches, pears, plums, strawberries The principal occupation of the White and Mr. P. W. Reasoner to.
citrus plants. The oranges here have which yield abundantly, and come people just now in and around Ox- compete with us of the eastern portion!
not been frozen on the trees, into bearing in a comparatively short ford is rolling log, burning brush, of Manaeeo with the orange.
although the thermometer on the time. Mr. Murdock, late of Illinois, burning the woods, hunting cattle The writer has no nursery stock for-
morning of the 19th showed a depression coming to Florida for his health, that have wandered off to other pas sale, hut "the truth of the pudding is;
of the mercury as low as twentytwo purchased forty acres of laud near tures, making contracts with hands, in the eating" and I can to-day show
degrees. It is not the "oldest in- the depot.- It was the virgin forest laying in fertilizer, buying. seed, planting a lemon tree loaded with lemons, orange
habitant" that has spread the idea fiuryears ago. He had it cle red gardens, setting out trees, planning trees with ripe and green oranges
abroad"that Florida,or any part of it, and set to peach trees-the Peen-to a Jew railroad, talking railroad and covered with bloom, and you can
is below the frost line." The nights, and Honey, reserving about an acre com mission,discussing the "inter-State find blooms enclosed ; and if you will
especially from 3. a. m., are always for house, nursery, flowers and small commerce bill" and the consolidationof meet the writer at Orlando on the 15th
cool, if not cold. The coldest days fruits. His idea was this, since the the "Fruit and Vegetable Growers' he will present you with ripe and
this winter here have been charmingat peach tree is short-lived, the orange Association" with the "Fruit Growers' green oranges. Who can say that thisis
,mid-day-wraps mt required in trees set in the intermediate spaces, Association," and, all similar organizations not the home of the orange? Should
open air exercise. will come on and be in full bearing in the State. Some mole liberal any one doubt the veracity of this
You have had in Birmingham, this just ai the time the peach tree perishes terms and safer transit of fruits and scribe, they can be relieved of a small
winter, palpable evidence that the from the earth. The prospect at produce are already an assured fact. surplus of the essential.I .
orange tree is capable of en 'uriiig the this time is that the wisdom of his pro- The loss done to shippers in oranges am wishing the DISPATCH and
severest, treatment of an ordinarily ject will be abundantly verified in the en route North this month is rm- that oJd-time editor D. H. Elliott,
low thermometer. Frequently the fine > i ield just ahead. The cold snaps mense. Railroads and steamers will long life and success.F. .
shippers here have been notified by have held the buds in check, inas- eventually provide against this risk. C.' M. BOGG ESS..
commission agents at the various cities much that the full blooming is not yet It is a necessity. Ogden City, :Manatee Co., Fla., Feb. 1.1&1.
,North and West, that the "market is Eet in. This crop is more a certaintyhere Leesburg, by far the most important 4
flooded, ship no more until further than with us in Alabama. These commercial centre in the interior, Panasoffkee Strawberries.Editor .
notice." .In the history of our coun- trees will bear at the lowest estimate, is in this county, fourteen miles from
try, the supply and reduced price, this year, one bushel of peaches each. I Oxford. It is at the crossing of the FLORIDA DISPATCH:
have never been so abundant and Now, counting forty to the acre at two F. S. R. and F. R. & N. Railroad, and In your issue of the DISPATCH,Jau1-
marked, and.these following in the dollars per bushel will make a return has water transportation by Lakes nary 31st, I notice that "Z" says they
wake. of. the disastrous "freeze" of last almost intoxicating. The sugar cane Harris and Griffin into the Ok lawaha find it "profitable" to mulch strawberries -
winter grows with luxuriance in all the pen river, and thence to the St. Johns and where he Jives. Where doe. he-
insular of Florida and it live? We, here in Panasoffee, do not:
You must know, John, that thereare portion can the Atlantic.
no groves, in the strict meaning of be left in the field to ripen fully with- Fruitland Park, n thriving little mulch, any of us, yet we are sendingin
the word, in and around Oxford. The out danger of frost, which in Louisiana town on the Florida Southern Rail twenty to fifty quarts of berries
.. bearing trees, except those just beginning causes it to be gathered in an un- road is ab"ut nine miles from Oxford. every two days and getting $2.50 to
to bear, in no instance, I believeI matured state. With a bare effort Maj O. P. Rooks, the gentleman who $3 per quart t for) them in Philadelphia.To .
am safe in saying, and these on the this State would take its place along took more premiums than anyone repeat my remark made in a
whole not exceeding twelve years of with Louisiana in its contest for, a else at the 'V orld's Exposition at former letter, comment is unnecessary.
extend of continued tariff before So has beautiful If "Z" and his friends live in Middle
New Orleans
age, over an area one acre Congress. a place
at any one place. One of these groves, long as this State affords such oppor- her('. About eight years ago he came Florida and want to mulch as protec-
if deserves. the name, has shipped tunities i iri sugar and syrup making, it to this place from Philadelphia and tion against clay, and their fruit comes
about five hundred boxes of good is marvelous that so much time and without experience, and but little in somewhere about April, we haveno
objection whatever, but if he has.
oranges-"brights. money are thrown away on the sorg- more than an unconquerable energy,
In a former letter I stated to you hum and beet experiment. To keep he has achieved eminent success. any doubt as to whether berries can be.
that Oxford is a new town-now four money at home and to build up our Over one hundred varieties of fruits handled properly without mulching, _
old industries inducement shouldbe cultivated hisp let him ask Mr. Pillow, at Jacksonville
years -a new community composedof own an are now successfully on
good people from many parts of offered to develop this resource. ace. He has with little means con- whether he ever received any
our country. Through the enterpriseand The Le Conte pear does well here. verted the barren pine forest into almost sanded berries from me or my neigh-.
push of these new comers, to Professor Borden, while pruning his a a paradise of fruits and flowers.I bor, Mr. Stannard, last year, or from:
gether with the renewed energies of week or two ago, cut a sprout from do not suppose fifty thousand dollarsw me the year before, or it he is stint
the.native Floridians, much land has one, twelve feet long-the growth of />uld be an inducement to him to unsatisfied, Messrs. Pancoast &:
been cleared and set to orange trees, last year. Many\ of the Japan and sell his possessiorsIt Griffiths, of Philadelphia, can tell
so in a few years this little town will Chinese fruits flourish here, as if in is generally conceded that the him something about the condition of
have become an important shipping their own native soil. The apple, as high pine lands in this county are the Panasoffee fruit that is now bringing '
point. It is no secret, that just at this many parts of Alabama, does not lo equal to any in the State. I am sure $3 right alnn Cash talks, my
time, the people are suffering from the well. The Grape fruit is classed with they are preferable to the hammocksas friend, in this mundane" sphere of ours."WhoiVZ'anyway .
double calamity of last year-the the orange though a little more tender homes. The malaria abounding ) ?
freeze and the late spring, The ferti- in its growth. This fruit, so soon as along the marshy lakes and 'ow lands W. D.. LEWIS.
Panasofrkee, Fla., Feb.) 1887.Teosinte. .
lizer bill and seed bill, just as in Ala. known, will be more valuable than the -not worse than in similar localities 4
bama, make a'bad'' matter much worse. orange. in other Statei-exists to a greater .
It is this that is now oppressing the The Cassava is a nutritious root, extent than in the rolling pine lands.
people more than natural causes. I which, independent of its edible part Since I wrote you I have been to This has ripened seed in this settlement
will whisper to you that in October, yields a starch equal in value, poundfor Tampa, Orlando, Sanford, back to but it must not be cut down, the
when I reached here, I saw grass and pound to the best corn starch, and Jacksonvil'e' and back to Oxford very first stalks must be allowed 1 t to-

beggar-weed rotting on the ground, also yields as many pounds as corn again. Without disparaging any grow up and go C to seed._ _
which, if it had been converted, into per bushel. Under ordinary circum- place, I must say that I shall invest --- --e.
hay in the proper stage, would have stances two hundred bushels jean be here. S SMITH. Strawberries are being shipped,
made these farmers indeoeudent. produced per acre. It is fine for Orlando, Sumter county, Fla.,Jan. $<.\i. daily from Plant City.FEBRUARY ,



journey, to make a scanty living, the timber on about ten acres, planted enlighten the public in general on suchan
Pioneering, building air castles on.the road, how pptates, peas, Guinea grass and set outa important subject as this. I say
and what to do when I was able to grove, all in the same time in whichI enlighten, and do not to be misunder-
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fussed with fences
have a fence. Again one day I came have to protectthe stood, as for the present system it act-
THE, NO-PBNOE LAW. home, to see that sorrowful face of my same. As it is now in Florida, a ually needs enlightening of a good
wife. What is up now ? She led me man generally builds a house, and many, for many are fearing by doing
A Chapter of Pioneer Experience.Editor to a barrel in the yard, then she said : when he gets his fence up, and his away with the fence, the bottom will
FLoRIDA DISPATCH: "I put our hen with the eggs you means exhausted,except he has plenty, fall out, while it will only be a god-
In your last issue, of January 24th, bought, and day before yesterday that and the money that would have cleared send to us. FRANK VOIGT.
I find an article in regard to the no- old sow that is so very annoying, has and planted the land is put to make a Interlachen,Putnam Co.,Fla.
fence law movement. What I haveto eaten hen and eggs." lot of unsightly sticks ten feet long, to .
say is simply what the present system Our only hen was gone. I believeI rot in about five years, to be replacedby A PIONEER'S COMPLAINT.
has done for me, and I feel that looked }perplexed, if that is the right others.I -
many have had a similar experience.I name for it. Yes, dear reader, a hen say again, if Florida would take Transportation Swallows Up
hope these lines will help the good is only fifty cents at the highest, and care of the settler with small means, Everything.Editor .
cause for Florida's welfare, and trust half a dozen eggs perhaps forty() cents, who is willing to carve a home out of FLORIDA DISPATCH:
those who are not convinced will, I but I tell you, when a man has onlyone the wilderness, and would not throw It has been with a great deal of in-
after a trial (for I hope it will be hen to start with and has to hunt obstacles in his way, the country would terest that I have read the remarksof
tried), find that it is a God-send to around in the pine woods for half a soon fill up, for the rich man will follow your correspondents concerningfruit
Florida to do away with our fences.I day to find somebody who can sell those who, as pioneers, go way and vegetable raising, express
do not like to stop on theories, but him the eggs, it looks quite different, ahead to make a start, where the man and freight charges, and commission
will tell you something from every- for it was already late in summer and with means would not try to go. merchants.
day life in Florida on a homestead as we expected to have at least a start of Protect the worker, and make the I came here over two years ago,
. it is, many have found it. chickens by spring following.We gift of the United States-the home- with others, to help develop the State,
I moved to the State in 1879, in had no trouble so far in our stead-a blessing,not a curse, in Florida and to make a living out of the soil.
February, began life on a homesteadwith three acre patch and as the law requires by obstacles like a fence. After giving gardening a good trial, I
family in May the same year 'i.n a man to have a fence in Flor- When I read the proclamation of found that the railroads and commis-
a high, dry sandhill, with a larg* lake ida, I laid the fault to myself and the Governor about Arbor Day, I sion men got all the proceeds and left
front, there were about three acres un pocketbook and took it like a good could help thinking that he might as me nothing. Others around here
der a neighbor's fence on two sides, citizen has to take such thingsforthe well proclaim that anybody was allowed have had the same experience. Some
and one was protected by the lake.I majority rules. to plant sweet potatoes in the have returned to the North and others
planted that field in peas and potatoes Now in October, it commenced to pine woods, without having done away have quit the business including. my-
and as my capital was very limited look like we would) have sweet potatoes with the fence law, for who can planta self.Whatever
I hurriedly built a house to move and peas, and I again made air tree? I mean any kind a man may I raise hereafter will be for
my family into and went to work as castles when I walked to and from choose to plant outside, without pro- my own use, or for the home market,
carpenter seven miles away, in a small home, how nice it would be, when at tection more costly than the tree, with until there is a different state of
town. I had to walk that distance last the victory was won, and I could out losing through the cows. If I should hereafter ship
every week, shouldering a large bag stay at home to cultivate that land We Americans think we are aheadof anything for the Northern market, I
of provisions for family when going that Uncle Sam so generously had the Old Country, and Florida, I shall give the commission men a wide
home, almost earning twice what I given me. But, alas! it was written suppose, thinks so, too. Let me prove berth, and patronize the Fruit Ex-
had in the bag. I had no time and differently in the stars, for the cows the contrary. I,of course, only touchour change. I do not mean to say that all
no money to put a fence around the had long ago wondered what it might fence law,and don't want anythingelse commission merchants are dishonest,
house ; I simply left everything to the be that looked se nice and green over mixed up with it. but too many of them are and I do
six in family and whatever they mightdo there, and as on a sudden impulse Before the year 1848 the peasant in not intend to run any more risks.I .
; my only thoughts were to support about two dozen had swam the laketo Germany had to fence his land, or hear that many who intended
them, and whoever in Florida has see what it was, the peas were soon guard it against wild hogs and deer, coming to Florida to winter have
"been there himself," on a high pine composted and made into a fertilizer as the nobleman was only allowed to gone to California because they can
hill, without capital, know what it is. to fertilize a neighbor's cow pen. In shoot them. He (the peasant) could get cheaper rates. Unless the rril-
When I came home the first time my the morning the man only came homeon only drive them kindly out of his field, road companies change their policy,
wife had the news that at least two dozen a Saturday to l look over the re and many crops were lost, and many the goose that lays the golden egg will
hogs annoyed her nights, and, as they mains, which indeed were very few. hearts ached. There, in 1848,the rev- soon be dead.A .
sought shelter under the house,I should The hogs had found a few rotten rails, olution changed it ; the hogs and deer great many who came from the
try to get a dog. The next news I pushed them through and proved thatit were put mostly behind fences, or the North would send for luxuries, and
soon after heard was that she had was a great benefit for those who peasant could by a right to shoot them. also necessaries that they were used to
planted some little things around the have hogs to be fattened in another And what do we, free born citizensof before they came here, but they are
house and all were uprooted. Well, man's field. Yes, indeed, the cows the United States? We simply obliged to do without because of the
we had to obey, for we had to have a and hogs looked sleek and fat, and I buy an old sow, raise our own curse,in high freights and express charges,
fence to plant anything. So I ]lost a went all winter working hard: to get the shape of pigs, and substitute cows and those doing business here who
few days and went to work to make a bread for the family. By December I for wild deer to aggravate each other, have to ship their supplies must do so
garden fence on the edge of the lake.I had managed to save fifteen dollars and those which happen to be not at a loss, or charge more for their
fenced three sides, letting two sides for a fence, and a couple of negroessoon able to buy hogs and cows to return goods than they ought to, and often
run into the lake, and expected to be surrounded an ugly looking house the favor, have to act exactly as the their goods are roughly handled,
safe. My wife's cabbages, beans, etc., with one of those unsightly ornaments German peasant before 1848, and thisis smashed up and ruined, and there
looked well and she felt proud that called a rail fence, the dearest of all nearly forty years ago. Are we seems to be no redress. Florida is
she was able to help lighten the bur- fences but the easiest to get at the start.I then behind or ahead ? lacking her opportunity, and if such a
den on my shoulders- of supportingthe i have unrolled a picture of Dear Editor, I am very lengthy, I state of things i id continued much
family, for anything we could homestead life, which I know ha not can see in your face you feel like lay- longer she will go backwards, and I
raise was actually so much less to been exprienced by me alone; hun- ing this perhaps in the wastebasket, think it is the duty of all who are interested
carry home on my shoulders.But dreds of others have had to go throughthe but before so doing I ask you if this in her success, to remonstrate
soon the tears in her eyes same heartrending trials, withoutthe fence question is not actually the first until a better policy is pursued.
showed me that something must have : slightest feeling on the part of question of importance to Florida's What report can be given those who
happened. She took me on coming their neighbors; for why don't he put welfare? You may take well written wish to know what inducements there
home to the garden ; there was the up his fences right? Or why don't he articles on grapes, oranges, or general are for them to come here?
spot, but where were the cabbages watch them in time? But that don't agriculture, and to what does it all C. J. BlLLINGHUEST.
? Two big oxen had managedto alter t! a matter. I had to work out amount? Orange Heights, Fla.,Jan.,18, 1887.
walk around through the lake and for about four years before I got a I Are we really allowed to take advantage 4
what they had no room for -in their start, and I mainly lay it to our present i of climate, soil, etc ? What A German inventor has :utilized
stomach was t ampled into the Flor- fence law, which almost prohibits' jo I care if Florida can raise 300 cork in the manufacture of fancy arti-
ida land. I felt like it was my fault, a man from making a living on a pieceof bushels of sweet potatoes per acre if cles by novel Powderedcork
but I cursed the oxen. I again spenta land in Florida, except he got cap- it costs as much as the profit comesto process.
day and went down up to my neck ital to start right. Dear readers, to protect them from hogs and is mixed with starch and water,
into the lake to run the fence, still think of it. 'Suppose I was allowed cows? I therefore hope you will per- and the mass kneaded while boiling
further out. The garden was also to make use of all the land given to mit this article in your paper. May hot until thoroughly mixed ; it is then
replanted with what was in season yet, me by the Government as it was, with- others who know better how to handlea poured into moulds and afterwards
and good by again on a seven mile's out fencing, I could then have killed pen than I do,join, and let us try to dried at a very high temperature.

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d i inches under ground, in this way :you box or tub of earth on the piazza, They will then produce from thirty to
floriculture : will not he seriously troubled with where they can be protected from the forty flowers and upwards. They are

I suckers. noonday snu. The box or tub should not inclined to spread, but seem to

... BY W. C. STEELE. I [To be Continued.] be made of lasting material, in when grow upwards. They begin to bloom
.e---- the Portulaccas die in the fall the box the middle of December and last until

Hoya Carnosa. with the earth in it can he set aside February. Good suds applied to the

The RoseContinued.There (Wax Plant.) till the next season, when new plants roots, greatly helps the growth of the
The following description of this will and furnish of but should be thrown
remains but one reason why appear a. supply plant, it not
budded roses do not come into more plant is from Ourrie's Monthly. The Bowers the next summer. Being on over the foliage.. It does not branch

common use. This is so clearly and Bloya is one of the best house plants the piazza, too, it is handy for the freely so care should be taken, whileth
,r"" concisely expressed by P. J. Berck- hat can be found, and deserves! to be cook to water the plants with dish! plant ii young, not to break off any

mens, in his catalogue, that I will more generally cultivated} : water. branches, however small.)
"ihere are In cultivation several "Dreamland Knoll,"Jan 1887.
quote a few lines : "We do not recommend In getting new flowering( plants and ......
of this but the ---
species plant, one re- shrubs sometimes finds that what
budded roses for general one
ferred to is perhaps the most common, R -ses should be cut before they have
cultivation, as few persons give these one plants for an orn'invent in time
and as good as any of them. It is a fully expanded their petals.If cut
becomes nuisance and nuisance
proper care, and consequently they interesting plant. The leavesare a a just as the petals begin to unfold, andif
: very that is not abated. F have
bring disappointment therefore( easily a
; we
oval, about two inches Jung, and put away in some dark, cool place
here called the Flower
advise none but careful amateurs to plant "Spider ,
be fresh for week.It .
they kept a
thick and The star-like may
are fleshy.
which here before I. and will
order this clas of plants. Th ) main was was
flowers in is important to know this, as
substance resembling wax very
be here after I dead and for-
objection to budded roses by long) am
many are borne in clusters or umbels, and, frequently on certain occasions a large
is account of the suckers gotten. Its roots are supposed to
persons they go
number of buds wanted and
are by
on plant several old
years are
sometimes throw out ; this is partially very down to \water, and go, and keep go-
cutting these off the plant at the
freely The is
produced. plant quite
in horizontal direction. At
avoided if they are. planted sufficiently ing a any
mentioned be saved
It is they may every
easily managed.
propagated by I have done deal of
deep to place the junction of (the bud rate a good patient
for week before the
day a day theyare
cuttings of the branches those of theprevious
with the stock from two to three inches ; digging! on and off, and I never saw needed
() year's growth. the best to thereby securing perhapsa
the end of It sometimes
below the surface of the soil. Thereis a root yet.
number that otherwise would
take When large
cuttings from. practicable)
a growing demand for budde roses grows ten or twelve feet high and has
to give them :i slight bottom heat spoil. .
from persons who appreciate their very pretty col-u rtd: berries on the top :
value,especially for, exhibition flowers, will root sooner and more certain, than ali winter. M. CUEdE RO. Economy.
when where
placed they must
as sorts do not attain full neces- Mandarin, Fla., Jan.25,1887.Imantophyllum .
many per- sarily remain cold.O As-soon as rooted Some one said in my hearing, the
fection when grown upon their own them into small --e. other day, that owing to freezes retro-
pot pots, Using light,
roots. The last sentence gives a sanity loam ; drain the pot well. This Miniatum. spective and in view, we ought to econ-
very good reason why budded roses plant usually succeeds best when This is a plant not very well known, omize. I felt like ]laughing-in a
should be more commonly grown. in but fine I think, as 1 have never seen it in any mourful way. Economize Why I
grown a pot, some very
When increased vigor of growth and specimens have been grown planted other collection than my own. It resembles have half soled my brogans, and my

greater profusion of flowers i is addedto in the open border. There is now in the Agapanthus very much in wife half-soled my pants for the past

ther size and richer coloring of the the conservatory at Forest: Home Cemetery its habit of grow h and its foliage, so year, and the mule has lived on crab-

blossoms, the light amount of extra a very fine specimen which was much so that until my plant bloomed, grass hay 'till he looks like a basi-

care and labor necessary to producethe planted in a bed about four years ago. I had an idea that the two were iden drum set upon four snare drum sticks.
change is amply rewarded. There It previous to that in tical. But when the buds appeared, The chickens have scratched their toes
was growing a
is an old saying that "there" is no ex- large pot, and had attained a considerable I saw that there wa a difference. The off, and the dugs have hunted bones
cellence without labor, this H true in size. It is now trained( closelyon Ag'ipanthus bears its flowers on a tall 'till they have forgotten how to hunt

every human understanding. Those the back of the conservatory, and stalk, while the Imantophyllum has a anything else. Perhaps the best wayto
who are not willing to devote the time covers an area of about one hundred stalk more like that of the Valotta economize will be to raise more
and labor to the care of their roses feet and continues whose flowers its own resemble in shapeso things to consume at home and stop
square grow rap
that is required to grow them when idly ;awl annually produces hundredsof much that one would say they were trying to raise oranges, which, if not
budded on vigorous stalks, do 110tdesEn.e its t waxy umbels of bright little produced from MHIIC variety of that frozen put t us to the trouble of sendingup

to have any success. stars. In small conservatories or in plant, but they are not alike in color, north to he frozen on a side track
The Manetti rove and the dog rose, the living room, it makes an attractive those of Imantophyllum being a rich with the mercury 20 degrees below
Rosa canina, are the varieties gener- object when trained on wire frames shade of orange red. From three to zero, and I no one to blame ; stop rais-

ally used for stock by nurserymen and made in the form of balloons, fans, seven flowers are borne in each clus- ing vegetables. to fatten transportationc
florists. It has been reported lately crosses, etc." ter, and they last for several days. impaiiies and raise corn to fatten our
that seedlings of the Polantha roses The foliage is a rich green, and is own hogs, and perhaps it would be

are being grown and used quite ex- produced quite profusely from thick, economy to let the oranges say on the
Something About Flowers.
tensively for this purpose in France.Mr. fleshy r.ots which require a good deal trees until either they rot or some one
Berckmans says that, of the first Editor Floriculture: of room. It is evergreen in character, zhat wants them comes along to buy
two mentioned, the Manetti seems to Years ago when Florida was a new and the plant set ins to he one of those them. Aanob Server in Leesburg
be best to the Southern cli- home to I used time
adapted me to spend some which keep on growing the year Commercial.
mate. Some of the strong growing, and money every spring t for< flower round, being in this respect like the .. .

ever-blooming Noissette and the seeds;:!, and in planting, transplanting, Agapanthus. It has never failed to Hedges and Fences.-The Macart
climbing tea roses would make excel- and cultivating them. One kind after bloom each year in March. I prize it ney rose is evidently coming hedge

lent stocks, with the advantage that if another was abandoned, until I have highly, and I cannot: understand whyit plant. The Osage is not equal to it,
a sucker from the stock should he only three or four left. Of these the is not grown more. It is quite as even if it can be made to produce a

overlooked and allowed to grow up one that yields the most enjoyment to attractive as many: of the varieties of good hedge, because, being deciduous,
the blossoms on that shoot might be sight and smell, of color and perfumeis the Amaryllis, and much more easily it stands with bare stems and naked

nearly or quite as good as those from Phlox Drummoudi. Its self sown grown. Indeed, my plant gets no branches all winter, and is then any-
the bud. We have had good growthand plants come up thickly at nearly all more care than a Geranium, and doesas thing but ornamental ; while the rose,

bloom from buds put into the times of the year, and in April and well as I could wish to have it. 1 It being evergreen, is always a pleasant

Washington which is a semi climbing May the countless blooms are a perfect liko a good of deal water and plenty of object to look upon.I .
Noissette that is seldom out of bloom.A blaze of all colors: nearly and room fur its large roots.-Vick's Maga think that there must be a misprint -
variety of Multiflora, which is shades of colors. zine. in Mr. Chesebro's directions, and

commonly cultivated by the natives in Another flowering plant that coes --- ..- -" that he intended I that the young hedge
this State, is one of the most vigorous later! and last longer is the Petunia.It "The Camelia. should be set a few inches below the

growers we have ever seen and would is but a few moments work to set a The Camelia is a wax-like odorless level of the ground, not a few feet, as

make an excellent stock for climbing few of these plants where they are to flower, of great beauty. We have it was printed.I .

r roses, especially Marechal Niel. Anyof remain and one has a pretty plant in them in the different colors of red and agree heartily with his suggestion,

these varieties may be grown from winter and an abundance of varigatcd white variagated. They do very well that we should have "Local Option"as

cuttings. When these are rooted and flowers for two seasons. Zinnias areas here, H> well, that I should think the to fences; also, that our road law
growing vigorously, the buds shouldbe tasily: raised as weeds and make a cultivation of them would be profitable needs to be improved. The idea oi

inserted as near the surface of the flue display in lat( summer and early' as the flowers can ba sent North taxing every poor laboring man, be-

soil as possible. When these budded autumn. where a good price can be obtained. tween the ages of eighteen and forty-

bushes are transplanted, cut out care Verbenas are also easily raised and They should be planted in a rather five years, while the millionaire, if he

'. .fully all the'natural buds of the stock make a pretty contrast in alternaterows shady place in rich soil. Their growthis happens to be over forty-five, pays

below the bud you put in, then,set out with Petunias. not rapid and it requires about nothing, is utterly unjust, and is for-

so your bud will be two or three Portulaccas are best grown in a eight years to get a good sized shrub. eign to American ideas.


162 .- ..-- -" -- '. -flE FLORIDA DISPATCH. [FEBRUARY 14,1887.

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. tion convenes in Orlando, on Wednesday Agricultural Fairs.In Sales of Florida oranges at auctionin

. February 16th, at 10 o'clock, a. explaining the reasons why the New York have, so far this season,

A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. m. Place of meeting not yet an East Coast country has been unable I been comparatively small-less per-

--.-- nounced.A to send an adequate representation to i haps than was anticipated, but it is
maintained that received have
Contents. the Orlando Fair, a valued correspondent prices
Permanent been satisfactory, and quite equal to
l\IarkeUng--SelJlng our Fruit, Review Exhibition.We whose article will be found
the SeasoiiS Business,The Outlook for elsewhere, takes occasion to make some returns as generally made the growersby
have good hotels and cli-
Next Year, President Fairbanks' An- many
New York commission merchants.
nual Address to the Fruit Exchange; very legitimate strictures on the
. .. mate ad libitum, but the wiseacres
Marketing our Oranges.. 157 say modern way of conducting Agricultural Prices have ruled higher in some other
Fruit Culture-Pruning Pear Trees; Plum if we would retain our place and markets in the
patronage notably west for
Stocks and strawberries;Current Comments Fairs. It is to be regretted that reasons -
... ...... .. . ... . 158 as a winter resort fir tourists, merchantile and sporting interests which we stated in a late issue of

Florldlana er's View-Sunny of It, Cltra The Climate Land,A Soil Solourn-and we must add other attractions and di have taken the place in so many exhibitions this paper.
PixxluctlonSjOccupations the People, of this kind of of
versions. Why not establish in Jack a display
Hard Times. Orange and Other Fruits, The Highland Press, Sorrento, Fla.,
Sugar, StArch, Stock,etc.; From Tropi- smville a Permanent Exhibition of natural resources' and Agriculturaland "Before the
cal Florida Panasoffkee Strawberries, 159 says : orange
Horticultural If
the natural resources and productions products. we estimate
Mo Fence Law, A season opened the was
PioneerIng-The Chapter crop
of Pioneer Experience; A Pioneer's of Semi Tropical America, including understand the "make up" of the Orlando at 500,000 boxes. As the season

Complaint Everything,Transportation..'... ..." .. .- .. .Swallows. . 100( Mexico, Central Amel ica and the Fair it is not open to this criti- gressed and the fruit went to marketby pro-
Floriculture-The Rose-Continued; Hayer West Indies as well as FlorUa and cism. Of this our readers will havean the train load, the estimate gradually
Carnos, Wax Plant; Something for themselves
California ? Substantial buildings for opportunity to judge
About Flowers; The Camlllla Iman- went until now some of the
tophyllum M iniatum. . .;. .. .161 Museum of Natural History, Horticultural I before we i?sue again. Be this as it best informed up railroad men place it
Editorial-Transportation to Orlando; Associations Hall and other displays within may, we cannot altogather agree with
at Orlando Sumter County at 900,000 boxes. Where is the man
the field of the exhibition should be our correspondent in questioning the
Fair; A Permanent Exhibition; Farmers -
said all the
institute . . who orange trees were
; Metrologlcal. 162 erected in some eligible location in benefits accruing to Florida from ex- "
Publishers Department. . . . . 163: killed last year?
town During the months of Febru- hibitions of this kind even with the
The Grass Farm-Raising; PeanutR1'in Texas Bone Blue and March and April when the greatest objectional feature he mentions. An item in the Floridian recently

,Rock ._. ...!. ..... . .. . . 164 ary number tourists are here, special Florida's future depends upon two stated that the South Florida Rail-

The Food Dairy-Dairying and Water Under Dairying Difficulties at the; features could be introduced, as for I things, first, a general recognition( of road's rates to the Orlando Exhibition
South;Dairying; Feeding Meal; Scours instance a Citrus, a Floral and her resources and advantages for set- would be one and a half cents per
in Calves; Farming . .. . . .. lft a
tlement amd and mile. The rate will be one cent per
Strawberry exhibit in Horticultural making
Why. Daytona will not be There; Eradicating money ;
Joint Grass . . . . 160 l,r all. second, a more practical and less ex- mile on passengers to and from the

If an enterprise of this kind were perimental agriculture-we use agri- South Florida Exposition.Lake .

Sumter County Fair. started here upon a broad plan with culture in the broad sense embracingall Helena will ship 80,000

Sumter county will go to Orlando such a man as Mr. Flagler as Presi- branches of soil tilling and the immediately quarts of strawberries this season.Meteorological. .

prepared to compete vigorously for dent, there is no reason why it shouldnIt dependent industries such .

the Sweepstakes Premium. Her pay well as an investment as it as'stock raising, poultry keeping, etc. .
County Fair last week, which will' certainly would indirectly by bringing How are these ends to be accom-

form the nucleus of her exhibit was a'' thousands of people here. If gottenup plished ? We must have somethingmore -"-.. ; ; .
p >
decided success. A good display well on a scale of sufficient magnitude, than "high flown" description to a ..1'q"xamals3s I ..*.'0 3'0 3 .e8.: .c8.:eg..: .c8.: <
Attended. the railroads would advertise it in induce home seekers to abide with us ; jo *2; o o o a> GQt
Q etadV b5oo5u5f
) S4Transportation every ticket office throughout the and our farmers and fruit growers CO M" I )
to Orlando. co --
country, offering special rates, includ- want to see the practical results of z a m
o f-
The following arrangements have ing admission to the exhibition.We new methods and hear them set forth o f4>z UBpnugac OOIQ-.O oaoaoalOr-.r-: : : r-.IQIQ.

been perfected for transportation to should like to have an expression by the experimenters before adoptingthem. < 0 ------ Ofl

Orlando during the week of the South of opinion from the Press ()n this There is nothing so convinc- ri, :z w5:I a OlaA I O UD O- CO CO M

Florida Exposition : Fair, round matter. ing as oral or better still optical de- 30 Za 4 ---- 02

trip from Jacksonville and St. Augus monstration. At these fairs our farmers 5 feT3 -<; =-= 'uona.Jla I WW s ,,, aI3ZZQz3c
tine, $5.00 ; from Palatka, $4.00 ; Farmers' Institute. are brought together with the results : "ct3 I : V

from local points, one cent per mile. of their operation before them, co.. I I -- <<>
Under the of the Florida IM* .CQ
Exhibits carried free. auspices and the comparison of fact and theory I fit .J_ I sqipajpnnq '; -
The above rates apply to membersof Chautauqua, a Farmers' and Gardeners' nnder such favorable circumstances is D C > r.1 pan saqoai u| 8883333, ? mH=

the several Associations as well as Institute will be held at DeFuniak the best possible school of progressive 3 >tfO :IIBjaiw-.______ n1Ju 32?:
to visitors. Springs, Fla., March\ 8th, 9th and agriculture. Facts stubborn things V *CDS
... 10th. Prof. J. N. Whitner, of the '.(nU Os.
and there i is no better way of securing c..;. tI'8al( IQIQ= cD: -: '
At the meeting of the Fruit and State Agricultural College at Lake settlers than by showing our visitors 14.< 8.. Or-.G...,.o..,
Vegetable Protective Association heM City, will have charge. The follow- what can be done here. It would be .. 0". .Q mnmlul4aTw, $ -t1.

at Titusville on the 5th inst., it was ing subjects will be considered in I the part of wisdom to hold an annual o Q.B> '-' ooa: II 00 .cI..>
resolved l to make an exhibit at the carefully prepared papers and addresses exhibit on this and in one of the great QCJO wtUpt'8l Joo-' IOr-.OO1- .-_ a B

South Florida Fair to be held at Orlando : cities cf the country as we suggested ------ 11.'" :0..1 sic -

next week ((15th to 19th), and 1st. Truck Farming.2d. last week. :I '.IaliJUlOJ1JH !.'jgigagej5T. '.:t35c5co ;:. co <<> p.en
jt urgently requested that all parties Tobacco Culture. Let us not dispense with these State : S1i'tI again I 5v 55 c5 55 55 co 582.:i ;:

.on the river having something nice in 3d. Orange Growing4th. Fairs simply because of the horse 3. --- --- -... -... ... ... ... ... sas o
the way of fruits or vegetables will The L'.Conte Pear. racing and "civic display" incident O- I. :. :. :. ':.-..! :. SS2'

contribute. All articles left with 5th. Fig Culture.6th. thereto People must be amused and ....:;tQ i =:toJ: : d ,1IId Q III

either of the members of the special .- Crop Rotation.7th. the "sinews of war" must be had, if it F1 tct- I. :fIJ...Q'0' "Z 7 G: W I
Mr.\ G. S. The Cultivation of Cocoanutsand ; 2 aI: i .b.
committee, Maj. Magruder, be neceseary to introduce these features 'CIS =":1'0 a-_"" ... bllIIO
Jfardee, or Mr. A. L. Hatch or ship. other Tropical Fruits. for the purpose, don't let us disregardthe 't 0';___,= 0 Q.Q c:.. z
ped on steamer Rockledge, on Saturday Other subjects of interest to farmers important ends they serve on this '

( the 12th, or Monday\ the 14th, will be presented and ample oppor- account. Cured
marked South Florida Fail, Orlando, tunity given for discussion .-.4
will meet with attention. Among those already engaged to To Get More For Our Oranges. An old physician, retired from practice -
having had placed in his hands by
---1 present papers are P. Houston, Esq., The fruit trade is absorbing much an East India missionary the formula
Associations at Orlando. Tallahassee ; E. B. Bailey, Monti-\ attention. The prices so far have not a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy

During the continuance of the South cello ; A. H. Manvllle\ : Jacksonville ; been very satisfactory, and many are and permanent cure of Consumption all
Rev. J. P. DePass Sanford and 0. P. Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and
Orlando Fla. ,
Florida Exhibition at complaining of low prices and big Throat and Lung Affections, also a posi-
the headquarters of the Florida Nurserymen's Fanning. Members\ of the West chargrs. This is a grievance that tive and radical cure for Nervous'Debility -

Association will be at the Florida Agricultural and Horticultural fruit growers must unite to remedy.It and all Nervous Complaints,after hav-
Lucerne House. It will convene j in Society will participate in the is claimed that the Florida Fruit ing tested its wonderful curative powers

the parlors of this hotel on Tuesday, discussions. Exchange is the safest reliance fir re in make thousands it known of cases to his, has suffering felt it his fellows.dutyto

February 15th, 1887, at 10 o'clock, Persons attending will be able to form. The co operative features are Actuated by this motive, and a desire to
a. 'm., standard time. enjoy the rich attractions of the Flor greatly in favor of the Exchange, and relieve human suffering, I will send, free
The Florida Fruit Growers' Associa- ida Cbautauqua programme afternoonand we think it would be well for our peo- of charge,to all who desire it, this recipein
tion will convene at the same placeone night. Reduced rates over all ple to unite and try it for one full sea- German, French or English! with ml
directions for and using. Sent
preparing ,
hour later, namely, at 11 o'clock, the roads. For full programme of son, and then if it proves worthy stickto by mail by addressing,with stamp, naming -
.a. m., standard time. the Florida Chautauqua write to t'( C it and support it.-fiartow Informant. this paper, W. A. NoDS, 149 PoI-
Associa- Baufill DeFuniak Springs Fla. aft Stock Bochttter N. Y. .,
The Blprida Agricultural ...,_

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PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. St. James on the Gulf. South Florida R. K.Mr. ORANGE TREES FOR SALE!-Choice f

WilbnrMc Coy has been appointed year buds, cheap. For price, addressS.
The property of the St. James on the Auditor and General Freight and Ticket DOBBINS, Crescent City, Fla.

THE FLORIDA DISPATCH Gulf Company is situated in Monroe Agent of the South Florida Railroad suc- .

la a 20 to 23-page weekly,devoted to AGRICUI/- County and consists of 4,000 acres of ceeding Mr. Frederic H. Rand, resigned.W. Cotton Seed Hull Ashes
TUBE, HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY and IMMIGRATION For sale by_the American Oil Co., 18
in FLORIDA and the COAST BELT land at the southern end of Big Pine
ol tbe SOUTHERN HTATES.Subscriptlon. Broadway, New York. Prices, deliveredat
W. Hawkins & Sons would advise
Island Charlotte Harbor.A ,
Railroad Station or River Landingin
Rates. any!
the out of all fruit
planting trees as soon
P Annum: ,$2.00... ,Six Months, $1,00., Three portion of this purchase, fronting on as possible, as the conditions are now Florida, given upon application.

Months,50c. Remittances_ the deep waters of San Carlos Bay has very favorable. Analysis guaranteed..
and business correspondence should be ad- been sub-divided into desirable buildinglots : Their Catalogue sent to any address. The E. Moulie Florida Floral Perfumery

dressed toCHAS. and constitutes the town site of St. ->_*-<- Company
W. DACOSTA, Publisher
Jacksonville, Florida.To James City.During Jersey lied Swine.A Will pay 25 cents per pound for Yellow
the 1886 the first class Registered Jersey Red boar Jasmine Blossoms, delivered at 5 East
Advertisers. year company 15 months old, half breed pigs and sows, Bay Street. Parties who can pick Flowers -
The DISPATCH Is THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL ereeted St. James beautiful ho-
at City a
bred to choice boars for sale
for the above Company will please
tel house stables
large circulation In Florida and throughoutthe boarding cottages, CHAS. C. WILSON, correspond with them.
United States and foreign countries- storehouse. schoolhouse, warehouse, Rose Hill, Hernando Co., Fla. 4
wherever the interest Is turned Southward.It wharves, and made street improvements, Lemon Trees.I .
Is ONE OF THE BEST ADVERTISING ME- sidewalks. and enclosed desirable
DIUMS IN THE SOUTH-especially for Real Es- many Petersburg Express Crates for Straw- must remove a large lot of extra fine
tate,Nurseries, Transportation lines, Banks, lots and blocks, and placed the same under berries for sale at manufacturers prices. Lemon trees, of Sicily, Genoa and Villa
cultivation.The .
Hotels, and those branches wherein it is de-
sirable' to roach our winter visitors or our remainder of the purchase has Consignments of Berries, Oranges and Franca varieties, from where they stand
rapidly increasing permanent population. been divided into suburban and villa other fruits and vegetables solicited. and will sell them at a bargain. Also

plats and tracts for winter gardens and Send for circulars and stencils. Peen-to Peach trees,4 to 5 feet, and Japan

Popular Opinion.The the cultivation of staple crops, tropical E. BEAN. Persimmons,cheap. AARON WARR,
Waycross R. R. wharf, Georgetown Nurseries, Fla.
DISPATCH has been enlarged and fruits etc. .
Jacksonville Fla.
The harbor of Charlotte lies be- ,
until it is of great
improved the best
now one -*-*-<-
journals of the South; indeed it' wouldbe tween the 26th and 27th degrees: parallel Prevents Rust and Insects. Grape Vines should always be moved
a difficult matter, if not an impossi- of latitude, extends fully thirty miles ina before the buds start. As they often be-
bility, to find one so well adapted the north and south trend and varies from ORANGE Co., FLA. gin to grow in February in this State,
enlightenment of those interested in ten to fifteen miles in width.It H J. Baker & Bro.-In reply to your those wishing vines should order at once
Florida's prosperity.The is shut in from the Gulf by large letter asking what success I have had Address W. C. STEELE

first number of the present volumeis islands which form a natural barrier or with the Baker Orange Tree Fertilizer, I Switzerland, Fla.

an improvement upon anything that breakwater, warding off the severe Gulf would state that I am very much pleasedwith .. .

has as yet been put out, having a tinted stornts from the small craft plying in the it, and intend to use it again next Geo. E. Snow, of East Lake, states

cover, with the leaves all stitched (not Charlotte Harbor trade. year. My trees have not had an insect on that he is better satisfied with Williams,

pasted} and edges trimmed.West Hills- :! Inclosed in these protected waters is a them this year, nor have I any rusty Clark & Co.'s Orange Tree Fertilizer

boro Times.The group of charming tropical islands, at all oranges. I used the same fertilizer on my than any he has used in eight years' e,
seasons covered by a beautiful verdure. pineapple trees with excellent results perience with orange tree fertilizer.
FLORIDA DISPATCH comes to us The of these is Pine Island, which ..
largest Very respectfully yours, --- --- ----
this week neatly bound in magazineform aggregates nearly 25,000 acres of land GEO. H. PACK WOOD. Guns, Ammunition, Ete.
pages nicely cut and with tinted It is fully fourteen miles in length and .
in want of in this
Everyone anything
It the whole much
covers. presents on a
varies from two to four miles in width
Garden Seeds.
line, should write for prices to
better than formerly. The
DISPATCH appearance is one of our best agricultural and is surrounded by salt and tidal wa Are you going to plant a spring garden? ROCKWELL & KINNE,
ter. Its western shore is about six miles Have seed? If Rockwell & Co.
journals and we are pleased to see them you purchased your not Successors to Nichols. ,
possessed with the progressive from the chain of Keys protecting it from send at once to Wm. A. Bours for his 38 West Bay street
] spirit.- the Gulf its eastern shore almost abuts _
Citra New Era. ; seed catalogue for the spring of 1887. >-. .
upon the main land, from which it can Just issued from the of Chas. W.
press Good male for the out
The FLORIDA DISPATCH agents sporting
now comes to readily be reached by taking advantageof I
Dacosta. The Catalogue contains full
us in an elegant and becoming new dress. the small islands intervening and the list of seeds adapted to this climate a to- fits advertised by E. S. Morgan

The DISPATCH is one of the best agricul- construction of a comparatively inexpensive gether with comprehensive hints on t-O-4

tural papers in this or any other State, approach. Preliminary surveys planting in Florida. Mr. Bours does not Groves where Williams, Clark & Co.'s
and well deserves the large patronage it have been made for a railroad to St. handle commission seeds but his seedsare Orange Tree Fertilizer has been used are

is enjoying-5'anford: Journal. James City. grown especially for him and will be looking finely.
SORRENTO FLA. Jan. The Myakka and Peace rivers in their .
31, 1886. found in every way reliable. Mr. Bours
The recent improvement in the DIS- southerly flow empty into the north end also offers a full line of forage seeds. f> Save Money

PATCH, has filled me with admiration.W. of Charlotte Harbor, and the gleat Ca- .. Bv writing! for special offer of LeCont.

C. BROOKS. loosahatchie river, through its estuary and Keifer Pears;Moore's Early Grapef,

SANFORD, FLA., Jan. 14,1887.I discharges into the southern portion of Surplus Stock; Orange; Buds etc. etc., to "Arcadia Nursery," Monticello,
the harbor at a point immtdiately east of Japan Persimmons$40.00 per 100. Fla.
am much pleased with the
appearance -
Peach trees $12.00 100.
of with its St. James City. per .
cover, but even your better paper pleased with new the The guiding features in selecting the June bud peach $10.00 per 100. Williams, Clark & Co's High Grade
substantial information it always con- site of St. James City, which is todaythe 2,500 budded lemons Villa Franca and Bone Fertilizer is considered the best

tains. G. A. southernmost town on the Gulf Coast, other choice sorts 250.00 per 1000 now in the market. Office 61$ West Bay
was to secure control of the mest attrac- 4000 budded orange trees g to 14 in 10 to street, Jacksonville.Notice..
SOUTH LAKE WEIR, FLA., tive point where could be built a great $50.00 per 100. .. .
Jan. 20, 1887. commercial city and winter resort. Sealed orange buds for delivery in Feb- .

We cannot do without your paper. Combining the most favored climatic ruary and March $6.00 per 1000 in lots To Orange and Stock Growers: Our .

DAN'L. S. CHASE. advantages in Florida. The southernend of 5000 each $5. per thousand, special Favorite Fertilizer for Spring

ALVA.' FLA.. Feb.- 1.' 1887. of Pine Island presented these con- rates on large lots. ready. All orders filled as booked.crops
The DISPATCH is the most highly ditions. Here is the southern most har- Two year old peach stocks 10 per 100. GEO. HDTCHINSON,

prized of all the papers I take, it cant be bor on the Gulf available for sea-going Liberal discounts to the trade. This Crescent City, Fla.
beat. H. S. BURNETT. craft. stock to exchange for land. .-H

The above being the case, it follows Address CHAS. A. McBRiDE, High Grade Jersey Cattle.

Flowers. that a railroad desiring the most speedy Jacksonville, Fla. To purchase grade Jersey Cows from

Reader, would you have all the world connection attainable with Cuba and the -111"Anthony one-half to seven-eights, sired by regis-

revel in the exquisite, delicious aroma of Islands to the south will naturally termi- Nurseries" tered bull, at prices from $30 to $40,
the wild which from nate at St. James City. It is timely some with calves and others to calve
jasamine, comes Have on hand plenty of home
to state that this feature is almost grown
woodland bowers borne by the gentle news assured at Peen To and Honey peach trees for sale. shortly, apply to

zephyrs of spring through the open win- Convenient the site are fields for Must close out. Send in your orders at RANDOLPH GETZLAFP.
Tallahassee Fla.
dows of Florida home Then ,
your Better home
once. buy stock
I yachting, good oysters grown ,
sport, splendid Reference if desired.
the delicate and beautiful flowers given
gather than from other
and the finest fishing ground in America.A states. Also fine Cali-
and send them'to Prof. Moulie to be *-*-4
fornia roots, viz. Golden Chasalas,
fresh and exquisite spot is grape Palm 11111
transformed into delightful perfumes.See opened for the pleasure and profit of the White Malaga, Black Prince, Black Mo
his request< elsewhere. blue mission and Choice varieties of orange and lemon
: tourist, invalid, capitalist and sports- rocco. Deep Sweet
trees grown on high price land, stock
Water, Grapevines 30 cts each or $25.00per
man. three old ana well rooted. Budsof
Selling Oranges. The suburban land of the St. James on } 100. These are years
California. Also Adriatic past seasons setting. For prices, call
genuine fig
Theorange growers in this part of the Gulf field Company to the opens a of new tropical trees 18 to 24 in. 75 cts each, can furnish on or address DUNCAN BROS.,
the State this have mostly determined promising growers deciduous trees that will in Clear Water Harbor. Fla.Orange .
year, fruits, the agriculturist, horticulturistand any prosper .
that if their fruit is not soldto for winter gardening.The this latitude. Also a fine lot of sweet --S.Grove. -

at home they will ship surface is well elevated above tide seedling orange trees. Fine Pecan trees
purchasers Fine
cheap by the quantity. bearing orange-grove, 1,000 trees,
through the Fruit Exchange. All water and becomes higher as i I For prices, addressI. for sale, quarter of mile from Lake Como
island is reached.
the Association last of the Station, J., T. & K. W. R. R. 30 acres
shipped by The soil is excellent and all the pro- J. BROKAW, Prop.} ;
of beautiful high land beautiful lake for
satisfied with the sales and flourish. Anthony, Fla. ,
year were ducts of the tropics
boating or fishing,lovely island (JJ acres)
say they got, better' prices,than they For information address James M. Wanted. out in lake, high hammock land, good
had ever got before. If the orange I Kreamer, President, Jacksonville, Florida buildings. This is one of the best grovesin
J. R. Campbell St. James Hotel, To exchange LeConte Pear Trees for
: a
the whole State will Jo : Putnam county. Price. $10,000
growers Boardman ; quareter
Jacksonville, Florida C. A. Breech-loading Shot-gun. Must be in down balance AddressC.

likewise they will bring agents to pur- Gen'l. Manager. St. James City, Char- good repair. Address, describing gun B.,SMITH, 12 easy West terms.Bay street

chase at home,-Agriculturist. lotte Harbor, Florida. SPORTSMAN," l\Ionticellol'ia. J acksonvwe.FEBRUARY t .

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little covering is needed, not over two. had the crab grass cut for hay, thinking l .A.I: ? z... :F.3Si !
The farm, or three inches. that if there was any Texas blue
Quicker germination can be secured grass roots left, I would give it a chanceto
'W::...:: .c ::: :: : ::: ::: : :::::::: ::-;: ::: : the shell but But lo and behold THE
by breaking outer carp come up. !
Raising: Peanuts. must be taken not to injure the nut or where I had cut the crab grass the
>We think this a profitable crop to hull that encloses it ; I prefer to plantat other had already started up as thickas
grow in the Gulf States., The choiceof least two in each hill and place the the hairs on a dog's back. Well, so Most Sontllorn City 1 of FlortQa.
seed is'a very important item. Last hills two feet apart in the rows. If I find there is no choking it out. After
February we saw an article in the the patch is large, four feet each way the hay had been saved, I then turned -
,Grange Advocate from a gentleman in is the most desirable distance betweenthe my horses and cattle on it, and let

Clay county, Mississippi, in referenceto hills. Press the earth down on them graze on it for four weeks. I Deep wa'er Railroad Terminus. Fertile
the red California peanut. The the seed after covering. thought I would see if stock could kill nit and Ve.etabl Land" High Kolllng
writer purchased two bushels and Nearly all the nuts sold at retail it. Last week I to-ik the stock out of Pine Lands Climate.f..r Building.Magnificent Balmy Sun and and Salubrious Pea-

turned over to a negro to be plantedon have been roasted, and in purchasingseed it (one part of the patch had weeds valids'Bathing.Sanitarium.Sportmen's Tue Paradl Pleasure-Seeker e. The In
shares. ,The two bushels plantedan some care must be exercised in growing as thick as they could stand), Resort.
acre (estimated). The crop is on the selection. There two varietiesred so I cut them down and let them get
land too poor to raise corn or cotton and white. Either is good, but thoroughly dry. Four days ago I set
profitably. It has not been worked as in this section the white yields the be'st fire and burnt the dead weeds and old Fine Opportunities for Invest-

it should have been, but the prospect returns. dry grass, which of course, burnt all ment.
for a good yield is nevertheless very Sufficient cultivation should be givento the tender grass that had put up. Well,
flattering. There is a large amountof keep the soil mellow and destroythe : now you see, I first tried to choke it
vine-a very luxuriant growth of weeds. Most\ of this work must be to death, then the stock could not kill 20,000 CITY LOTS.

vine for the peanut. We will therefore I. done while the plants are young and it by trampling and eating it, and
'be able if we manage properly, to before they begin to run. After the when the fire burnt over it four days
house considerable hay from this acre. vines have started to run well a little ago, it has grown an inch or mo"e high 1r 'iile i l 1 t
There is no richer hay than the pea- attention will so cause them to cover since. This morning it is looking as
nut affords The advantage of this tho ground that the weeds will make green and coming as thick as ever. 1- V
particular breed of peanut is that it little growth. Many\ growers of pea- Now, as I said, 1 am just waiting to
adheres firmly to the vine, and when nuts follow the plan of throwing a see if it will grow up two or three fret .
thevine is pulled up, very few of the small spade full of soil on each blossom high after doing all I could to kill it.
nuts remain in the ground. This, at a short time after they appear.In If it continue to grow and make the
least, is the statement of the party harvesting pull up the vines and crop-as it did last winter. Then Mr.
from whom we purchased the seed. lay on top of the vine to cure. Many Editor, Florida has been Redeemed.As ,,...-.
the vines and them will then have th* finest
The nuts are very large. There was gather up lay on we countryon .
not a single cull among the entire two racks to dry out. If it is the inten earth for) raising all kinds of stock. ,
bushels of seed-every nut was good. tion to pick off the nuta immediatelyafter There will be no use for having any
them off the vines it is and horses in the
Several years ago we planted about pulling more poor cows
two acres in peanuts, but they were not necessary to cure them in the field, winter.I \Wnu
the small kind, and at digging time at ao the peas can be cured after they are shall let your readers hear from it -i-
least half of them were left in the taken off. When it is desired to defer again. There are a great many persons ,.
ground-did not adhere well to the picking until other work is not press waiting to see just how it will '

vine, ,and the expense of gatheringthem ing, care should be taken to dry thor- turnut this winter. 1 am almost sat- / 4, .+
was very considerable. The oughly, for they mould very easily. isfied 1 imy! own mind, that it is a
crop did not pay. We think, however, The peas must be separated from the grand success, but will wait a little s
that the peanut me have now will not vines by hand. while longer before I record it.- W.
only bear a much heavier crop of both Any farmer's boy with a little dilli- P. Home, in Florida Agriculturist. -
nuts and vines, but will thrive better gence can raise a patch of peanuts .
than any other on poor land, and can with profit, for() with fair cultivationthe Phosphoric Acid in Bone and
vices yield enormously.S"1dher.Lit'e Broad avenues every four hundred feet
be gathered at very little expense. Rock. Wide s'reetd every two hundred leek, One
When the crop is harvested we shall Stock Journal. hun ired spacious Public Parks. Plenty of
---,- Phosphoric acid is the same substance fresh air assured. A magnlHceat Beach 100
have something more to say. If the feet wide and five miles long, Is laid out In a
well Texas Blue Grass. no matter from what source it splendid drive and boulevard. Situated In
turns out as as we anticipate,
crop Monroe county,30 miles south of Punta Uor-
we shall certainly advise general cultivation No doubt but some of your readers comes. That in bones is identical with da,on the most southern habitable portionof
. by our readers. The labor would like to hear whether the Texas that in South Caroliiio Rockand, when I toe Peninsular of the Gulf Coast.
to make the is blue grass is going to prove a eucceesin
necessary crop very made solvable by treating with sulphuric -
little. Florida, or not. After experimenting
with it for I under acid, the soluble portion is also An Ideal City in Tropical Florida.
Below we publish an article creditedto two years, am
the Rural Messenger, on the cultivation the impression now, that it will be a identical from both sources. But \.. ,
of the peanut. The party who grand success, in this portion of the whilst the ph sphate of lime in bone Blocks 200x403 teet. Lots 50x100 feet. With
sold us the nuts mentioned above, ad- State. But let me test it two months and Carolina rock are identical in 'DI>)feet laue. 25 per cent..of proceeds devoted .
vised for this particular variety, clay more before J give my final decision chemical composition, they differ in to city Improvements. r
soil in preference to sandy soil, and on it. I am waiting to see if it will their physical or mechanical condi
hence we had them planted on clay grow up and make as fine a growththis tion. That in rock is denser and less Lots Ten Dollars Each.
land. E. M. winter without any cultivationthis readily acted upon,either by sulphuricacid
year, as it did last with cultiva- or by the solvents of the soil.
HOW TO CULTIVATE PEANUTS. tion, when it made the finest grass pas- Hence, if ground hone and ground wlthrmt Odd numbers reserve.will ttre be sold Inducements for ninety to those days
The following is from the pen of a ture I ever saw in the dead of winter Carolina rock are applied to land seekln homes in tropical Florid:*.
For information, maps,circulars, etc., call
Missouri planter : The freeze had no effect on it in the without having been treated with on or address
Any soil that will raise good corn or least. I find that the dry weather nor acid, the ground bone will produce
potatoes? will produce peanuts ; yet the cold hurts it. quicker and better results.I Also, for JOHN A. GRAHAM,
when it can be secured, a light, rich I will state how I have treated it like reason, the undissolved or insolu-
loam, easily warmed up and readily this year. I wanted to find out if it ble portion of bone treated by acid General Manager Naples Town Imp.Co.,
worked is the best. They should not could be choked out by grass and will produce better results than the 13: Mohawk Block (over Postofflce),
be planted until after all danger of weeds growing in it, in the summer undi-sol ved portions! of Carolina rock Jacksjnvllle, Florida.
frost is past. Generally from the 1st months, also to see if I could not havea treated u ith acid In other words, the
to the 10th of May (April in Florida) summer pasture of. crab grass on it insoluble phosphate of lime in bone is
is a good time to plant. and then see if it would court up in more valuable than the insoluble phosphate -
Plow thoroughly and harrow until the fall and make a good pasture in of lime in Carolina rock. Bone Authorized Agents:

the soil is in good tilth. On ordinary the winter, The crab grass came up also contains three or four per cent. of R. O. ROBIKSOV! fit Co.,Orlando, Fla. .......
good soil fertilizing will be unneces and grew to be three feet high. In nitrogen, and has that advantage over J. E. MITCHELL, larapa, Fla. 'r
nary but if any is given it should be fact it was so thick all over the patch Carolina rock. Acid phosphate is a .IAS.C.L.P.MITCHELL SHOW&,Co.Tallahassee, Boston, Mas Fla.*. .
applied upon the surface and thor 'that it really looked like nothing could general term, and embraces both dissolved WHITLKDGE&TATUM, Bartow,Fla. :
F. HINSOS flames trot Fla. ,
oughly worked into the soil. Mark live under it and I thought that the bone and dissolved Carolina BANDLIX J. A NILES, Key west yj Fla. .
off the rows about three feet apart, blue grass had gone up the spout this rock, which is not aramoniated W.: T.E.C.M.WATSON GRAHAM, Pensacola/ braldeatovrn, Fia., Fla. ; _'-
making the furrow shallow, as very time. About the last of September I L. Lyons in Southern Cultivator. CARLETON: A CKAWFORD,Fort Ogden,Fla*'


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-- lie "For at least 100 years dairymen have for the accomplishment of the most HARDWARE !'
kaitrY. been trying to warm barnyards with satisfactory results absolutely demandsmore

t t cows; and cold water. In no single thoroughness, order, neatness -
instance has success been attained. and the application of systematic in-
Dairying. der Difficulties and with Such careful provision should be made telligence, all along the line, than in

Scrub Cows. for the welfare of the animals, that that of dairying. There is no part of GEO. L. McCoNiHE,

Of late: a great many inquiries has they will virtually be productive all dairying that can be successfully car-

been made of the writer, and I supposeof the year round. August supplementary ried on as a secondary consideration.The (New Bmlldlag at Old Stand.)
other dairymen, whether or not food should be largely of bran, man is not to be found who has

dairying will pay. We propose with because it is convenient to feed, is a taken hold of the enterprise by halves 40 & 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
your permission, to give a general out- great milk producer, is easily procured, and made a success of the business.
' line of our own experience in the busi- and a valuable fertilizer. Second- And on the other hand, show me a -
nes for the past ten months and let the growth clover, fodder corn and the man who has engaged in the business

reader judge for himself whether or not like should also be provided. Good thoroughly, intelligently, and made Hardware. Cutlery, Stoves and Tlnwar.
it,will''pay .Sometime last March, we field corn with the better ears removed dairying his first business, and it will House Furnishing Goods, Granite and
bought as an experiment, seven native is the best and cheapest fodder be found that he has been prosperousand Agate Ware. Sash, Doors, Blinds,
cows, only" four at the time giving corn raised. Fortify all rough foods surrounded himself with the com- Oils. Agricultural Implements,
Iron and Steel. Rope, Belting,
milk, the others to come in shortly with concentrated by-products. At forts of life, even in these last years Hose and Packing. Pumps,
afterwards. Of course we had obsta- present both oil meal and cottonseed of depression and shrinking of dairy Steam and Water Pipe
cles to contend with. In the first placewe meal are cheaper cattle food than tim- values. and Fittings, Four
had all our feed to buy, which at othy hay. Appetite is simply another >-.-< Steel Galvanized

that season of the year was very high, name for digestibility. The object to Feeding Meal. Fence Mant'els Wire, ,
worth fifteen dollars be obtained is the animal Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: .
hay was a ton, to get to Grates, ;;'.
cotton' seed twelve and one-half centsa digest all that is consistent with The most economical way to use Etc. ; '
bushel. For two months we had health. Why tickle the-palate, make any kind of ground feed is to cut the

this expense to meet ; after that time the mouth water literally. A happy hay or fodder with a cutting box, -
moisten it and then mix the meal all
well of stomach in unlocks the
grass was up, so course expences a cow pucker-
were cut down, at the same timewe ingstring of the udder, as effectuallyas through it. The straws being all wet, Agent For
did not quit feeding, and right here a good dinner does that of a man's a little meal will adhere to each and

let me say, that the only way to make purse. I believe, after having tried the whole will be eaten up clean andit Orange Lightning Powder, Farmers' Friend
is impossible for the animal to swal- and Boss Plows,Dangler 011 Stoves,Perry
cows pay is to feed all the time, many methods, that the most econom-
low of the meal without &Co's Celebrated Stoves and Ranges,
whether you have a fine pasture or ical way of feeding all coarse pro- any chewing.If
Southern (St.Louis) White Lead,
not. We had several patches around ducts, is to chaff and mix them with you have no cutting box or have Masury's Pure Colors In 4>11,
the house that were planted in differ- more concentrated appetizing food. In not time to use one, then make a very Masury's Railroad fe Liquid

ent kinds of forage crops,such as corn, speaking of water the Professor advo- large feed box and put the meal intoit Paints, Fairbanks'

sugar cane (sorghum), oats, peas and cated warm drink for cows in cold it dry. It is impossible for either Standard Scales.43Tin .
millet, this was fed twice a day, withan weather. E. L. R. horse or cow to swallow the dry meal
Roofing,Sheet Iron,Copper. and Tin
occasional supplement of meal and -=.r-- until it is thoroughly moistened with Work to order.PIANOS .
cottonseed, and it is astonishing to tell the saliva. I have tested both of these
at the South.
how 'much milk 'those old scrubs did Dairying methods and while the first is undoubtedly
Under this head the World the best the second is less
give. Of course we had to wean 'the Dairy ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS
.. calves, a thing that is very essential in says: : The public has been so long trouble and very little feed is wasted.
accustomed to associate cotton with the -Sam----
it facilitates
dairying, milking, you Genuine
can' 'raise better calves, your milk is Southern States that it can hardly en- Scours in Calves. Bargains.

richer and you get more of it. You tertain the idea of any other product Keep the animals indoors in prop- -
ask milker and he will coming from that quarter. The so- ventilated and well-
an experienced erly warm, dry Being Sole Agents In the South for
tell:you that he would rather milk called "dairy belt! is still a reality in bedded quarters. They should be fed
the minds of people, and the at- ;
three cows without calves than one many moderately, rather often and with
with a calf. But to proceed : We tempt to establish cheese factories and limited rations at a time, and the THUSHEK, BENT & ARION

milked those seven cows all the spring creameries in the South and to operate fluids given should be warm, to the

and summer ; in the fall a few more them profitably are generally regarded extent of blood heat, never cold. It i PIANOS
were added. On an average we by Northerners at least, as experi-- is best to omit the rye and give groundoats ,
milked about nine cows ten months, ments of very doubtful issue. This is or barley instead. By way of
from those cows we cleared three hun- not the feeling prevalent in the States medical treatment, give first a dose of

dred dollars, besides the milk and but. where dairying has been entered upon. two ounces of castor oil, or salad oil, ORGANS,

ter used in the family, and sold at They are sanguine enough to believe to each, with a view of removing any

different times. The milk was seat to that climatic conditions will be a pow- irritant substance from the intestines. MASON A HAMLIN, BAY STATE,
the A. & M. College creamery with erful auxiliary to the production of After four to six hours, give some PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.
the exception of Sunday's milk whichwas milk and to scientific butter and alum whey, which is prepared as follows -
kept at home and churned for cheese making. Bermuda grass and : Boil together for ten minutes Everyone given benefit of ourone price system -
and prices guaranteed lowest. Easy
clover both succeed well in the
family use or sold. Both the investment Japan half an ounce of alum and two quartsof I terms of payment, and payment of freight assumed
South and produce it is claimed, more by us to Purchaser's nearest R. R.or
C and returns were small, but it milk. Strain this, and give the steamboat landing.
shows what could be done on a larger and richer milk than any of the strained fluid in one dose. This may

scale. ,The result as to net proceeds grasses and clover grown in the North. be repeated morning and evening -
would have'been better had we made We may naturally expect that the while necessary.
our own feed and had milked gradedcows. factories already established will form i .. VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, AC-

We will leave the reader to the nucleus of an industry capable of Farming. CORDEONSand

figure the per cent. on the investmentand extension throughout all the States of In the quotation from the Southern
form his own conclusions.-S. E. the South. The transition from cot Cultivator, Mr. Jones recommends the all kinds of small Instruments offered at
M.,in Southern Live Stock Journal. ton to cream and from sugar cane to substitution Kaffir corn,Milo Maize, logue.lowest prices. Send for our Illustrated cata-
will necessarily be slow, requir-
m etc., for a part of the corn crop. I
Food and Water for the Dairy. ing, as it does, the application of more have no doubt that they might be -
scientific methods of and
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: agriculture, profitably grown to the entire exclu- Artist' Material. '
It is certainly gratifying to those the employment of a larger amount of sion of corn on all the sandy soils of Picture Frames,
'in stock and capital. It will change the face of the
engaged .raising dairying East and South Florida. Mr. Jonesis Fine Picture*,, ,
the universal attention the in- whole country for the better, and reveal -
'to note undoubtedly correct when he says Fancy Goods*
dustry is now attracting, and especially sources of wealth hitherto undreamed that too much grain and too little hay Album, Stationery.

:. i the thought bestowed upon it by of. and forage are.fed to stock. Yet great
Wecan save In anything 1m
you money
the scientific and thinking minds of caution is necessary in feeding green Music, Art or Fancy Goods. Write ua for
A'the country. At a recent meeting of Dairying.At forage or fodder to working horsesor prices.

:-the-New 'York, dairymen, Prof., Roberts the same meeting Mr. F. D. mules. W. C. S.
-- of, Cornell' University, spoke on Curtis emphasized some truths that 4 -
j "Food and Water for the Dairy," and ought to go home to every dairyman.He Seville has a ten-months old lemon
his epigrammatic remarks are inter- says : shoot which measures thirteen feet ,

; .; esting and to ,the point He says : There is no vocation on earth that seven inches. .AYANNAfGA.;

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Why Daytona,Will Not Be ThereA C .A.. :Ft :J:> CHAS.JOY THE, President.PIONEER NAT.BANK BOYKTZ' OF VIce-President.SOUTH FLORIDA.-No.J. H. VIVION,3469 Cashier.
Word About Fairs in Gen- Late Pesldent Bank Late Cashier Bank of Orlando. Formerly Cashier Com'l
of Orlando. Lebanon, Ky. Late of
eral. Vivlon fc Co., Bankers,
The undersigned would respectfully Inf-mi FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ORLANDO Orange Co. Fla.
;I was sorry to have to report to the public of Jacksonville and the State that ,
Elliott the they'have opened an office at Capital Stock Paid In, $5OOOO.OO ;:1| Authorticd Capital, ,
your coadjutorColonel ,
Tenders its best services to'the public in all legitimate Banking business.
'entire absence of.consuming desire in this region of country made and remitted promptly on the day payment..
.rthe callous 'hearts of this constituency 71 1-2 West Buy Street

for a show'of their productions at the. GEORGETOWN NURSERI

South Florida Fair. There are sew ForTe: transaction of LEMON AND ORANGE TREES

eral reasons for this indifference. We Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good health locks.

.do not feel akin to the interior, our Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LeCONTE PEARS, GRAPES, and a general
General Agency Business, Fruit Trees suitable to Florida. Address,
business' associations having always AARON: WARR, George'to, .,
been with coastwise in-
Jacksonville Maw 1f;'AA tfFresh

etead.of across 'country. The round- Making a Specialty of
Garden and Field Seeds
about way we have to go to get to ,

Sanford, with the changes of railroads, Full line for Spring planting, consisting in part of Water Melon Seed Musk ,
is of itself enough to dampen even the :Real Els-ta> .Squash, Tomato, Bush Beans. Valentine, Mohawk, Early Six Weeks and

most enthusiastic aspirant for fame as Garden Peas.
5OO Barrels Seed Potntocn; OOO
a prize winner. Then we really have PUBLIC ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING.A Early Rose, Burbank Seedling, Beauty of Heabron and Chill Red. Also
nothing that would be of any creditto Nursery Stock. Catalogue free on application. S. L. TIBBITTS,

us to exhibit away from home. We 25 East Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. Seedsman and

are not market gardeners, nor stock
raisers,nor manufacturers of anything. .
share of is solicited and
public patronage
Whatever we may have worth seeing, an invitation to call and become acquainted would advise all who intend setting Fruit Trees of any or all kinds that the
must be seen as it stands. Beside all is hereby extended.We Is the best time of all the year. While the sun is low and ground moist and no
the trees the chances of success are much better th >n set later in the spring.i .
this, there is among men who think have had placed in our hands for sale or Catalogue send request to

for themselves a growing disapprovalof some very W. W. HAWKINS & SON, -
fairs as they have been conductedfor Lake George

many years, and their experienceand Desirable Properties,
observation leads them to quietly BAY VIEW NURSERIES.CHOICEST

subside and let the circus go on without i in city and surrounding districts.

them. The truth is that so called VARIETIES OF

are agricultural exhibits fairs of everything and fruit but exhibits fruit Budded Orange and Lemon ,
Capital !
and farm products, and a man will
Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants.
hardly trouble himself to make more
can also be had by those desiring same by
than one exhibit of choice fruit, vege- calling upon or writing to us. who will secure Trees Strong'aiidVell: Rooted and Especially Adapted to

tables, poultry, etc., for that one expe- them Florida.An .
rience will show him that he has "got

into the wrong pew." He has come CORNELL & ECKERSLEY, on application.inspection invited. All inquiries by mall promptly answered. Catalogues Mas"c

to a horse race, to a band contest, to a 1\% Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. R. D.
fcivic display-whatever that
may Bay View, Hillsborough Co.,
mean-to a military drill to a prize
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fight, to a foot, scrub or sack race, to $$15,000 Great Bargain $15,000

assist at exhibitions: of "daylight THE PARKER !

fireworks," and to various useful and
instructive performances not down on L MERIDEN,

the bills in short, to anything and s 1
everything most unlike what agricultural ONE OF THE FINEST 4

fairs should be.

The DISPATCH continues to im

prove. I read it conscientiously every Orange GrovesIN ..

week, and so does my next friend.

We are glad to see that people are at _
last beginning to see what some of us Parker Bros. Makers .j
know from the start that the Exchange ,

is the only channel through
New York Salesroom, 97 Chambers St. ,
which our oranges can be sold with i

any assurance of getting anythingfor The PARKER leads them all in hard hitting qualities. At the Second Annual I
them. Those who have shipped rent of the Chamberlain Cartridge Company held at Cleveland,Ohio,Sept. lib 18S8 t
This Grove contains 20 acres all in trees, Lighty-seven' entrees from representative shots representing Fourteen States e : .
from here are unanimous in their expression dun won first and third money of the first class of 90 scores, winning 8900 out of J
of satisfaction at the returns. situated in Sumter It has ad- purse offered,adding another victory to 1885' which was the Second International
county. many
Tournament for the Championship of the World held at New Orleans, La. y
Orange trees are uncommonly full llth to 16th. PARKFR BROS., Makers,Merlden{ -
as to location,and ought to be seen
vantages For reference aa to meritsaddress the Editor this paper.
of buds just ready to open. Peen-to
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peach trees heavily set to fruit ; mul- to be appreciated. !I
berry trees also. I am picking a few FLORIDA LANDSAlong
Golden laced Seabright, W. .
yellow, Catley occasionally.Have .
guavas the line of the Spanish, Claiborne Games, Light *.
not shipped my oranges yet. Silver Spangled breaded and ,
South Florida Kail road,
They will be rather worth eating when The Grove is ActuallyiVurtll Eggs Rouen,SU50 per Duck 13. -
they do go. J. D. MITCHELL. J he great highway to Cuba. I horns, Hawkln's Plym. Rocs,Pit .

Daytona, Fla.. Feb.6,1687.Eradicating $25OOO These lands are admirably adapted to growing -:! I R.l.ou(and J per Spangled 13.White Game Bantam. ,

t-O-4 Orange, Guavas, Pine-Apple, Crested black -
Joint Grass. neys Brown Leghorns Preston. W ,
and other semi-tropical fruits,also i Houdnu. Croad's I angshans. .
Editor FLORIDA DISPATCH: Rut the owner is compelled to sell to raise iI I per 13 And Cockerel of above for
I should like to ask through the me- Early Vegetable and Strawberries.Town i ing purposes,ti50 each.
money at once for other purposes. Seminole Turkeys,(a 4 -lb. pure
dium of your valuable paper if any LiO.s in growing towns along the line bred to hardy domesticated wild hen*. ,
one has succeeded in eradicating joint of road. $tOO for 9.
Large tracts, in various parts of the State, Booted White Cuban Carrier ,
grass from their land, and, if so, how for Grazing* purposes, Sugar growing and $1.50 per pair.
best I could destroy it? It is more or timber VILLA ZANZA POULTRY ,
Map and information furnished on application
Apply to I manatee Fl.
leas plentiful all through five acres of toLAND ,

my grove, and .in some places it is so DEPARTMENT SoUTH FLORIDA R. R.,

thickly matted as to perceptibly impede Sanford, Fla.,or
the progress of the plow.JAMES FRED. T. MYERS, PATCHWORK SILK.olrpackage :
C. DICK. General Land Agent, patchwork silk. It will please you.
Palmetto, :Manatee Co., Fla., Feb.6,18S7. 71 t. Jack onville,Fla 82 West Bay St.: Jacksonville, Fla. THE CALL; Dorchester







Use Bradley's Orange Tree Fertilizer.llenult .

OCALA, Fla.,September 15,1885.
The Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer" which I bought of you
of Hint Yearn* Experience in Orange Culture. last season; has given most excellent results,and I take pleasure giving
you this tectituouial. I find this fertilizer to be Just what it is repre-
sented,and I cannot speak too highly in its f...vor. I want same amount
NORWALK, Kla.. September 7, 1885. this season i Jt. G. EICHELBKRGEK.
Having had nine yean.' experience In orange culture in Florida,and
having tried various kinds of fertilizers" I feel It my duty to my neighbors -
to say that your goods have proved of more value to me for orange 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 Bradley's Orange Tree Fert'ilzer and Fine Ground Tone orange trees,and they- have given better satisfaction than any fertilizers
3 a good test for two years, having used goods by the side of o hers we ever used. DAVIES &TAYLOR.
where I could compare results. I shall invest in no other,and cheerfully f-
recommend j our goods to the public. M. R. BEAN. = = = Fine
Full Supply of Bradley's Pure Ground Bone

I = T Bradley's Palmetto A Phosphate, Bradley's Sulphate -

,.;; ,.,- -rte of Potash, Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc.

Attention, Florida Gardeners '

Send for Circulars.
Use Bradley's Florida Vegetable Fertilizer
M GEORGE E. WILSON, State Agent,

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4th. We Have the Shortcut Line to the West, and make the Quickest Time.
5th. Letters an J questions promptly and 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. BECKWITH, Florida Freight Agent,


Central R.R.of Ga.,Savannah, Ga. Western and.At1ant1o Ry.,Atlanta,Ga..

V' A. J. ROSE ,


". ._ | ",.:' >Improved and Unimproved Property Town Lots, Orange Grove

:Y:,', ,, 'T r u. 01: Garden :L. a n. d .

:. Correspondence Solicited. P.O. Box 197. A. J. ROSE.

', Itefprpncel! : First National Rank o' Orlando: The Ktuiinm'P(11ty' Hank.3XT. .
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:HYflC.: :Brown.: ,


Good Pine and Hammock Land I Building Lots.I Groves. I II Land.
\i. I have near 550 oC the most beautiful building | 16-ncre grove in city limits, heavily laden 8,000 acres within 5 miles of Ocala at a bar-
in small
Improved 'r unimproved large or
f/V-, quantities, ra-jgiug in prices from $1 to$1,000 lots In Ocala,and some choice lots In several with the finest fruit,at a bargain. gain, if taken at once.
- ** per acre. neighboring towns. Also several Im- I One 8roolldwelUng with all necessary outbuilding -
| GJ -ncre grove two years in bearing, four
\/. Space is limited, should you want Heal Es- proved lots." I ; about 40 acres in grove. This\his a
t ;[blocks from court-house,cheap.
J Sate of any kind call or write me, as I have tine place.
I, A lands all over this and adjoining counties. I Write me for an honest description of anyproperty. I
:)!)-ncre grove 2 miles from town,cheap. i and tracts and
Several small large improved
K'4 N. M. BROWN, I IP. I Respectfully, Several small all over this county. '! ,
] \ .O. Box$!'J, Ocala, Fla. groves I II unimproved.
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Orange Groves and Other Property in Florida Bought and Sold.,


MacCallum Solicitor
;: Hugh (Late of Scotland.) ,

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JS X> 1 o'e-ir d: Op&On.: .

tREAL: >' ESTATE AGENTS, .;. Leesburg, Florida. .

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

handsBOm8 or the l handsomest t au 1 b e in thl-
'Ve have our In regard to property and
amount asked for them. We will take pleasure in giving any
Tea to Fifteen cent on
kany of the groves we offer for sale are now p.i'ln; per ..'
section of Florid a. '
Refer to t>' Q.Ambler; Bi M. Bur,Jacksonville, Fla.

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( Standard Time.) ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, November 14, 1886, 1:30 a m,Trains GERMAN ASTHMA CURE

will leave and arrive as follows: Instantly relieves the' moet violent) attack and
SOUTH BOUND. VOKTH BOUND. Syri] Iinsnrefl comfortable! sleep) :SO' WAI rUG for HE-

_. -_ I &0. r'f. .1 ..,.. I _-_: O. .......:. I -... I Sl'LT.vBeing: : used inhilition its action isimi -
7.I CoI c: :-.c i mediate direct and (certain and It cure is the
go...; 0 0 a 0.1 0 "o. I remit in all curable case*. A single trill: con
Z .Z .Z .Z .Z .gZ ,cZ xat Z S.Z o FOR THE CURE OF I vines the most skeptical. Price otto and $1.00
a B a -= 0 =' S.- S.Z .=Z I of any dru giort. or ny HIM!. Simple) Free for!
II 0 2t 8TATIOJi8. stamp. Dr. It.SC1II r KM \>N.\ St. Pai., Klaa.|
8 8 g 2 8 8
.a. ( ..1:: FEVER and AGUE to :----"" !'. "' .
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A M PM PM AX AX PH Leave--Arrlve A x IA x AX PH P X A11 sible. (60,000sold.)

_.. ....... _.... ........ _. .... _..... ...... R. Whart ......_ ,. u_ -...... _...... ........ ....-
o 10 30 4 40 5 00 8 40'10' 40 7 40 .....Sanford_... 115 230 830 100 -1 (00 420. 910 AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.The Tokology, by Alice B. Stockham, M. P..
3 10.JO 4 48 510 8 55110 55 755 ....... Belair....... 112 221 821124S 350 405 855 Is! a noble book for a noble purpose. Sample

4 ........ ...... ...... ...... ...... ......_ .CryRtal Lake..111 ...... ...... _......1 ..... ...... ...... proprietor of this celebrated me diem pages free. Cioth.$1.00; Mor. $!.i .
6 1045 ...... 5 15 9 00 _.... ......_ ....... Bents....... 110 21 16 8 16..... 3 45 ..... ...... justly claims for it a superiority over all ren SANITARY PUH'I HING CO., Chicago.
10 105.') 458 525 9 101130 8 25 :...Longwood .,105 206 8051237) ] : 33 1 140 8 Z'1
edies offered to the for the SAP
131103 503: 633 9181150 8 40 ...Altamonte ... 102 154 7571230/) 325 30 S13 ever public
14 11 iii 5 06 6 33 9 00 8 ._Mayo. .... 101 153: 7 .52 12 2t 320 2.55 X 0.5 CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT CUI
15 112 508 IS 43 9 27112 15 9 ) ..._Maltland_...101 I 1 43 7 481t Z1 3 15) 2 45' ROO of Ague and Feveror Chills and Fever,whetl
18 1120 515 5 52 Y 35,12, 35 9 60.._Winter'Jark._ 97 1 40 7 41) 12 1& 3 ('7 2 30:() 7 50 er of short or long standing. He refers to tb T 3ogreataoarfaithweencareyondeli

20 ......_ ...... 60() ...... .. .. ......Wllcox...... 9.5 ...... 7 32 _......I ::3 00 ... .. entire Western and Southern country to be' mffer.rwewill mall enough to convince,
22 1135 5 26 6 08 9 140 9 .Orlando...... 93 1 2'j 7 2612 2 55. 110 7 30 see. a S, Lacaataaca A Cob.--r---Plew.rkW ii.

25 ......_ .. ... ...... ...... ...... 1010 ,......Gatlin .... 90') ..... _......! ... ...... ...... him testimony to the truth of the assertio
26 1145 584 620 1002 J 55....._ ...Jessamlne... 89 1 12 7 13,11 19, 2 40 i2 i 7 02Z1 that in no case whatever will it fail to cure HING CHUNG

1148. ...... 6 23 10 Oi ...... 10 2,1))._.Plne Castle... RS 1 10 7 10,,_..... 2r.: ... .... the directions are strictly followedand carrie ,
30 1155 5 40 6 30 1011 2 Z110. 46 _'Big CypresA... 8.3 1 0'2 7 ())31142 2 311 1 10. 6 52 out. In a great many cases a single dose ht
84 12 en 550 845 A.1025 2471130 ...McKlnnon... 8)) 12.50 6521132; Pat 2i51255' G 37 been sufficient for a cure, and whole familit CHINA WARE and JAPAN GOOD;:.

40 1240 615 700 6151040 3 21........ ...KI8slmmee... 7.'> a.5 64011 20 83. 2C0120' 620
44 1200 ...... P K 625 A X......1215 ....Capmbe1l8.. '112 f.I) A x ....... 1i Zt P M. have been cured by a single bottle,with ape ALL KINDSOF
52 108 6 42 643 4 JO 12 35 _.Lake Locke 6311 47 1011. R ro 10 f3 5 32! feet restoration of the general health. It i Handkerchiefs and Curiosities.

67 120 6 52 6 55 4 3012 5Davenporr.... 581131 10 3'2 7 47 10 35') .1) 15 however,prudent,and in every case more ce
61 130 7 au 705 4 47 12 ..Halnes City... 511125 10 2.Z 7 :t5 10 15 5(0( tain to cure,if its use is continued in small Cull and'see oodM.

68 148 714 7 22 5 20 1 .Bart.ow Junc. 47 11 12 10 07 715 9n 4 42 doses for a week or two after the disease ht No. 22 Laura Street, near Bay,
72 158 721 7 33 5 40 2 CO ...Auburndale.. 431050 95t G 54 I 9155 4 2i Jacksonville, Fla.
been checked in difficult
77 208 728 7 43 IS 55 2 40 ... eF1tzhughs... 38 !10 :37 9 41 6 I 42 9 00 t 13 ,more especially an
83 2 23 7 42 815 6 40 3 25 ..._.Lakeland.... 321013 9 30 6 21)) 8 35 3 5.5US long-standing. Usually this medicin

2 48 802 900 725 ......_ ....Plant City.... 221010 905() 525' 7 30 320 will not require any aid to keep the bowels i and Flowers.

98 2 58 ..,... 9 15 .... ......_ ......_.Cork........ 17 9 DO ...... 4 55' I ...... ...... good order. Should the patient, however,rt< Early Spring Vegetables
103 310 8 22 I 9 30 8 35 4 10 .....Se1fner....... 12 9 43 8 35 5 41'1 6 2 40 quire cathartic medicine after Farmers, Gardeners and Florists, use the
105 317 8 28 9 41) 8 45 .j 20 .......Mango...... 10 9 35 8 28 4 32 I 6 301. 282 singe Patent Protecting Cloth, originated and prepared -

109 325 ...... 957 ...... ......_ .......Orlent....... 6 9 20 ...... 4 18 ......\ ...... three or four doses of the Tonic,a doe only by undersigned. It Is! equal to
115 3 40 850 10 15 9 Z5,6OC( Ar Tampa Lv 0 AM 8 09 4. (00)I I.I 54O' 2 on of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILL glass, and costs but a tenth as much, on Cold
PM PM AM PM PI PM PM A.... AM will be sufficient. Use no other. Frames and Hot Bed" Protects from frost
promotes hardy and rapid growth, does not
Flag Stations. Trains No. 3 and leave from and arrive at J., T. & K W. Depot. No. 1 i. DR. JOHN BULX-'S shrink or decay rapidly. Widely known and.
2. 3 and 6 Dally. No. 4,6, 7, tI, 9,10).27,28, and 29Junction Dally except Sunday. Trains No. 3 and 6 extensively used. Trade supplied at low rates

stop only at Orlando, Kissimmee. Bartow Lakeland and Plant City. No.30 Daily SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP, Send for circulars, samples etc. free.
except Monday. No.:3 stops at Kissimmee for Supper Nos. 1 and 2 stop at. Kissimmee for U. S. WATERPROOFING FIBRE CO.,
Dinner No. stops at Lakeland for Breakfast No. stops at Lakeland for Supper. BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, 56 South St., New York.

Trough Tickets sold at all regular stations for all. points North, East and West. Baggage BULL'S WORM DESTROYEIThe --- -- --- -- ----

checked through. __ _______
Pemberton Ferry Branch.-S.F. R.R. Popular Remedies of the DaJ. ALBERT FRIES,
Sanford and Indian River Railroad.
Hoith Bound North Bound. Principal Office, 831 Main St.., LOUISVir.LK.K1PENNYROYAL ; ;
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Read Down. Read Up. -.- -- -- AGENT' FORROTTED
Z f4"tlt Ac. F'st Ac. m Dally except Sunday. (;EO. 1\ IE\I( I'U'S:
::'" M'L AFt KTATION8. M'l &Ft =" -- PILLS
19. 21. 20. 2'2. i South Bound. North Bound BONE MANURE

- "CHICHESTER'S with Potash.
Read Dowd. Read Up ENGLISH.IIThe Decomposed
P.K. A.M A. X P.M. riJPP"n. 111II Original and Only Genuine. Price S2T> per ton free on board In ckllinvl11''"
o 410 740 Lv Pembert'n Fery Ar 94' 62057 I Q Samples of 16 different grades of I'ertilyetput
1 4.14 7.45.........F1t.zgemld. . 9.36 6.15,56s I, & 't &14 t, STATIONS t&Ft :-' flab dftapenwible always to Beliable.I Beware Ask of worthless your Druggist Imludoni.tor up by Mr. Baker, ran be seen at the Hu

3 4.19 .. .....-.... .Orlole . ... 9.JQ: ...... ZJ. ;0:.). I':21. "Chleheater's LADIES. take no other or inclose to. man Drug Store, 19 E. Bay Pt. Jacksonville.
6 ...... ....... . .Bay City........ ..... ...51 p--;;:; (lumps)to us for partical&n M letter by rct.rm _aU. Sendi 2-ePni !lhunp for 'A1onA.! .
10 4.83 8.20 .....,...... .Macou......... 9.15 5.40j47 a.m NAME PAPER. Chlcherter Chemlral Go-
12 4.38 8.30 .........Owensboro.......... 9.10 5.31)14:) (0\ 10.45 ')() I v.......u anlor d ..... R'OO 2.l I" 281 8 Madison tvinare PhlUdju,Pa.
\!: 4 11.00 5.05 ........ Fort Rt'f'd......... 7 4. 15 Sold by: rarr1U eVW7wb re. A,k for * 16 'oUVIV ...... ... ......,.... 9 00 5.004I 2.0 >' ,
23 5.08 9.40.. ,.....Richland._..,...... s.n 4.10,3t I 611.10 5.5 ...... .... ut1edge ......... :7.13!: : 013 --- -EnclLtE"- Pennyroyal W.- -Take--no-otnen I CURE FITS!
711.15 5.D: ) ........._..'Lord_ ... I.S: I12 1
32 5.28 10.10 ..,:....Tedderv11le ... ::1.3025; ,, 1.4: \ FOU ALL 83O a week
87 540 10..10 ........... Kathleen.. . x.271! 3.10'ID'' 1211.35' 5,40 1.........._Cl1fton ............ r'O 1 1._ 7 WORK and expenses paid. Valuable them foes
40( 5:47: 10.42.........Oritllu's MUl....., 8.08 2.5517 U lI.tO 1' 5. ; Tuskaw1l1a.. 7.03 1.18: 5 outfit and particularsfree. time When and 1 then 17 cure bare I do them not return mean merely 1 stop mean ara4SeaI

43 8.0011.15...........Lakeland.......... 8.00 2.4011 1912.07, 6.12..Ovldeo............. 6,501 1.0I: P. O. '.ICKI ltY, AUlnMt18Ine.: cure. I hare made the dl.e .e of FITS EPILEFaT: or FALLING
51 ............ 7..10 1.51 6 '12.1.51 ar..Lake) Charm.ty__ :: .__6.3012.45_ _U -- -- -- -- SICKNESS a llfo-long.tUd,. warrant my remedy
67 6.45112.00Arriye..Bartow.. T4 ve 7.15 J. Oj 0 cure the wont c... Becanae others bare failed U noreaaon
Send at one for a
for not now recetTlng a care.
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treatise and a Free Bottle of my Infallible remedy*. Gift
Bartow Hru.ncb.-Dally. No. 8-At Lakeland with train for Barto Ladies !sprees and Foil Office. It costs yen notblnf for ft trial,
or gentlemen desiring pleasant profitable wlU you.DL B.O.BOOT,1U Paull&,K.Ta
and I cv.
South Bound. Morth Bartow Junction with tram for Bartow. employment write at once. We want .
T_ No. 11-At Bartow Junction with train from
Pas Pas. Pas. eo pas pas you to handle an article of domestic use that More Profitable than Oranges J
as as Tampa; at Bartow with train from Pember-
recommends itself to at sight.
No. &Ft AFt ': STATIONS rAFt: No 16. everyone
11. 13. 12. 12. 14. ton t err)", and Florida Southern Railway.for STAPLE AS FL.OUH. Sells! like hot cakes. Send for Catalogue of
Punta GonIa.
Profits 300 per cent. Families wishing to
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No. 12-At Bartow Junction with train for should for their GrrapeVl.n.e: : : :
A M P. X P.x. Lv Ar 17 A M. P.M. Sanford. practice economy
11.15 2.10 7.15 0 Bartow J'nc 12 10.40 1.40 No. 13-At Bartow Junction with train from benefit write for particulars. Used every Suited to the soil and climate of Florida) ,
11.80 2.28 7'35 5 Winter HVn810.20 1.Z'i Tampa. day the year round in every household. Grown and for sale at theitdtllUNia

lL42 2.40 7J, .Eaile Lake\ 510.05 1.13 No. 14-At Bartow with Florida Southern Price within reach of all. Circulars free. and Fort San I.nis VIne( ,
receive Free. Address
11.52 2.55 0 : ::..4train'from Punta Gorda at Bartow Junction Agents Sample yards and Nurseries,
12.05 8.10 8,151171ar Bartow Iv ( 9.40112.501..!(5 with train for Tampa. Domestic IfTiif ar Co.! -.Ion. Rhin.andWHISKY 1\ear Tallahassee, Fla,

CONNECTIONS.No.. 15-At Bartow Junction with trains .
from Tampa and Sanford :at Bartow with HABITS cured E. DUBOIS, Manager.Send .
TRAIN No. 1-At Banford with People's and Florida Southern Railway lor Punta Gorda. il P111 athomewitheutpaln. Book for Price Lilt of FLORIDA WI2fE4. t
DeBi7-Baya Line Steamers from Jacksonville No. 16-At Bartow Junction with trains for EHI of partlciUnr sent Free.
and J' T k K. W. train from Tituivllle; Tampa and'Kissimmee.No. -B. ll WUULUI.D .AtlanU,9ft.

at Bartow Iunotion with train for Bartow; 19-At Pemberton Ferry with Florida ,
at Lakeland with train for Pemberton Ferry. Southern Railway train from Gainesville; at !!
No. 2-At Lakeland with train for Bartow ; Lakeland with train for KisRimmee. EVERY FARMERTHE Fancy Poultry.

at Bartow Junction with trains to and from No.20-At Bartow with Florida Southern

Bartow; at Sanford with People's and DeRailway train from Punta Gorda; at Lake-
Bary-Bava Line Steamers for Jacksonville, land with train for Tampa; at Pemberton BEST A HIS OWNis W. W. FENDBICH,
and J., T. k K. W. trains for Jacksonville and
Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for
Successor to Albert) Fries,
Titusville. Gainesville and Palatka. the a MILLER
No. S-Has Pullman Sleeper and Through No. 21-At Bartow with Florida Southern Keeps 20 varieties of VurMjr d P'owlx.
Coaches without change between Jackson. Railway for Punta Gorda Yards: rthell; Road l. near Moncriof Spring.
villa and Tampa. Connects at Sanford.with No '-At Bartow with Florida Southern CHEAPEST Kegs for Hatching, !',z per doz >n.

J,. T. & K. t1'. train from Titusville; at Barhallway train from Punta uorcla; at Lake P. O. llox .N'! Im-kjMuivUle. Fli.flrjf .
tow Junction with train for Bartow; at Tam land with train for Tampa. \Toti Inn fllclal'lt,

pa on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays' I Steau /ship connections are made with I ---

with Steamer Margaret for Manatee River, Steamer Margaret fo all points on 1111I hor-
and on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdayswith ough and Tampa( Bays and Manatee River; I SEED
Plant Bteait-ship Company's ships for
also with Mall Steamships Mascot'e and! 1
Key West and Havana. Whitney of the I'lentSteamshi':; Co., for Key
No. 6-Hat* Pullman Sleeper and Through West and Havana and ,st amer for Point I POTATO
Coaches without change from Tampa to Jack Pinellas and old Tampa: Ray.

sonville. Connects at Tampa. on Tuesdays, Passports can be applied for through anyNotary HEADQUARTERS
Wednesdays and Saturdays with Steamer : Public, Mid Notary's certificate that
Margaret from Manatee River and on Sundays WE HAVE HAD s Origcal importer of
such application has bean made, when vised
. Tuesdays and Fridays with Plant by the Spanish Consul: at Key West, will an. 32 years Experience lal the Edward famous Island Prince
for Havana and
Steamship Company's ships swer the purpose of a Passport. Uic the llalladar FtardaMGeared Wind Mill. I-X-L Early Rose,beet in
Key" Wesv ,KREDEK1CK II. HAND I Corn Sheller aDd I.X.L Iron Feed Mill and do your.belliOK xl
the world for earl
No. 7 At Lakeinnn with train for Pember I Gen. .Freight. & Ticket A ent. I sud Kriudioe at home thus faring toll and teaminc, to and handsome ju All
ton Ferry. from the Grist Mill. This work can be done rain,.windy dart crop.
when outdoor work li .u.pended on the Farm. The same Mill the
will cut corn talk*,caw wood,run churn and grInd-.toue,pump but no fancy kind
Now in store and ar-
WANT A DOG'DOC r thenj We manofactare the Halladar tandap4 Geared sad riTtnc.P.E.I.Early:
BUYERS' GUIDE. ABIC OFFER o introduce Pumplnir Wind Mlll..I-X-L Cora ..h.ll ....I-X-LIron Hoe, Beantr of
I Colored plataa.. 100 .we will UIVK; Feed Mill*. LX-L. Stalk Cutters, Horse Power.Jacki. Ilebron.NortneraKo
engravings \1 AWAY Self-Operatine): Washing Ma- Saw Tablet, Standard nd Frlcdon. .
1 of different breed,.prices they Hajinc Toole oouaiune of A eWhite Star,
are chines. If you want one send us your name. Reversible, Swivel and Rod Hay Carriers Harpoon and Grapple State of Maine
|worth and where to boy them. [
Horse Hay Forks PoUeji and Floor Hook Ala a fall line ofTaakt
P 0. and office at TIIF.
once. Ac. Bend for OaU
MaOed for 15 Conte.FANCIERS. exgre.M: ,Tank Fixtures and Pump for Farm Ornamental.Villa**
ASSOCIATED :, St.. N. Y. and Railway purposes. Bead for catalogue and price. lone FREE.

IS37 ft.Cifhth St.7UUd>> lfaift,Pa j Jiellable Acenta wanted in all anassigned territory. T. C. D.VENPORTJi ThYL' :



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SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WEST'l : Put, man Buffet Cars ndt n:1 Boudoir J. T. LANCASTER. and Lemons !
BufFet tars vIa Waycros. Albany and MHC' G ICIV I.VR.A T. LAND AGEN'r Oranges
RA.IXWAV.WAIfCfcOSS ',n, and tiM WHyc'cs1", Jesup! and Macnn, Union Block, OCALA, FLA.

SHORT LINE I through I between Passenger.Jacksonville'caches and 'Mnclnnati.between: Jackson Also' Orange Groves, Pine and Hammock LandsIN : ('onsl nmen's solicited.: Liberal advances

vllle and Chattanooga.Pnliman made. Would be pleated to correspond with
TIME C. R1> Iff EFFECT IEC 5, 188 Hntrt't Cars to awl from Jackson! Marion, Sumter Hillsborough, Hemando Counties.Orange,Polk and parties desiring to ship here.
vllle and Nashville via Thomasvllle and
Itlorri ou & Coy
11.tHAI' -.. Summers
All Trains on this Road are rUn by Central .. Montgomery.Pullman Buffet Cars between Jacksonville A 2-story Livery Stable, SO stalls, 2t head of 174 .South Water St.'Chicago.

!Standard Time. and Washington.Through horses and mules, buggies, et-., all in fine Refer to Metropolitan National Bank, Chica-
i; PlUWenger Trains AH win follows Ie..aveAnd<< arrive daily, Tickets sold to all points by Ri>i trim in Ocala sold to close up an estate. JUg !on.1.. V. Farrell t0... Chicago.
i and Hteanr Khip connections, and baggage profits. ----- -- -- -
I WEST INDIA FART HAIL. checked through. Also Sleeping Car bertbs 23 acres bearing hammock grove, one mile
I Leave. Tamp via 8. F. R. R .............. 8fOO! p m and sections secured at,the Company's 01ll lee from Court-house! nnd on pr' THE DINGEE & CONARD co'S
I Sanford via J. T. A K. W........ 1:00 original forest
am. in As tor's building 82 Bay street, and at Pas ill hick and well protected by BEAUTIFUL EVERBLOOJilNQROSES
tt 41 Jacksonville....... ............._...._ 7.0., a m senger Htatlon, and, on board People's Lin growth; good well of water, small >nnt
Arrive Jacksonville.12.00 n'l hou trees In thriving condition. Price,
Steamers H. H. i'lantand Cl a tahoochee and!l ;
Arrive ... ...................... 9:10: a ra Line :StramerClty; > of Jackson 18,000.()
Arrive Savannah........................_.,.....11:55 a nl vllle.DeHary-Baya WM P IIAR1,,:. UJ'J acres: best hiiiiiniick laud, fd l) :U-rt.!;
Lrrlvc Charleston... 4:50p!) m HpTPacflP.PT A pn' clPiired.bal.-incc: In wootl,2l miles from Belle-
Arrive Richmond. ............................. 6JHa! ) nrrlve R Q QlT..ur"o. Q".t-.1''t' view. Price :JOOO.VIII sell thUin! JU-ncrc Years our Great Specialty! hMboa
W.,.s.+I1ingtam..._.....t............11:00 a nLrrUe tracts at ?: per acre. This!" land has 'Minnin Rowing and distribntinsr ROSES. We hoe
Raid I more................................I 12.M8! ; t) m .- --- water on It and splendid muck I pond near Weeend toK 8TROJO.K tadtfejuO18 fl1I8a-
Lhlyfe Philadelphia,........................?? :lJ7 p nLrrlye 'VOU DONt"r SAY O that will allbrd very i1e:>irnbli* ffrtill/.cr for.. ent sizes rLAM and*prices safely to by suit mail all or expreea to ill point
A New York :............. ... 5bO p n veir,'tnhos.IO *
Pullman; >Buffet j "Tii pa to Washing!oh, Southern Sportsmen Look Here acres hammock IU"tl,1 1-nileof lira Station 3 TO 12 PLANTS ft i 8J 1.a S9

and New York to Tampa. The following Holllday Combination good ,"acres In boarlnscfrrovr; trees! not injured Our ewU u < e,8dpp.!! !describes nearly ftOOflnest
bcolli oiu'losed by ,good fence two city lots the Hardy Shrub! *
.. 1\itw: ORLEANS KZPKES until Jan. 3 18S7. ; varieties of Roses! best
r. Jacksonyl1le...;;;....._....::........ /00 *, uArrive only hi CHro. All for *=%:<))0. Climbing Vines!,and New and Rare Flower FREJC
I Jacksonville.......... 7:35 Every article Warranted or the money re 2000 acres land from 2 to :3 miles of Belle- Heeds, and tells how to iprowthem-
; p mLeavb DINGKE fe CONARD CO.,
Callahan: ..?...?............ 7::'<3 a ix funded. Heie Goes! view; 1,500) acres beat hammock balance So. Eaee Address Growers.THE West Grove, Cheater Co.P*.
Arrive Waycross. ...............;...._. y 10 a n' COMBINATION No. I pine and mixed: Innd. Price $2per acrn. ,--- -- -
Arrive Thomjjsville ,...... .. ..... ......... :22 p m English, double-barrel,, Properly on the beautiful lake Weir at from
Arrive Balnbridge ?.; ........... :;.V) p u breath-loading .Shot-gun finest laminated $20 to fV t)) per aero.---Call--on--or-nddros-.---!\aho\"e.-- --- THE CHAMPION FENCE WORKS,
Arrive Cbattahoochee ioi( p;r steel barrels, double key oiled stock, rebounding JOHN
Arrive Pensacola via L. & N.R. tt_ j-:11)) p m looks, checkered pistol grip, Eng F. STRATTON'SC" E. M. WESTON, Manager.
f Arrive Mobile via L.&N. It. R............ 2:15: : a rx llsh finish, pat. rubber butt-plate, h<'. 12 or Ui ;\T.n
ArrIve New Orleans via L.&:N. It-R... 7:10" m guace-a r agnlttcent gun, will Kill I a* 1 ion+ t 1 Brays Rand Instrument Works at Waycross Depot,
t Arrive Albany...................?. ....... 3j2: p m yards; 25 bra s shells.
I Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... &:11 p m: One low, trunk-shapo gUn ease. waterproof ALSO (in centre of E.Bean's Packing-House)
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R...12:15: a m canvas!, leather bound, barrel placed over JOHN J,'. STRATTON Jacksonville, Fla.
Arrive Chattanooga via W. k A.R.R 5:51: a rr stock-the most convenient case made.
Arrive NHshvllle via N.C.&St. L R.Rl'.M5a m One implement set, containing loader: cap Gold Trumpet and most <'eslrableFence
+ Arrive Louisville via L. k N. R. R..... 6:59) p m per, shell-extractor and measure.= AccorHeoiis. This is n w the made.cheapest't is made of the beat
Pullman Buffet Cars to And from Jackson One pat. pocket oiler; lent hpr bound, water- The handsomest Accorde- BESSEMER STEEL WIRE and Yellow
vllle and New Orleans via P nsacolp. nnd) proof Hhe'l l belt withhoulder strap; 1 water-
ons in the market.JOIIN Pine Picket Orders for Fencing promptly
Mobile to and from Jecfrsonvile and Louli proof canvas coat,any size; 1 waft roof canvas and see samples.I .
vlile via Thorn*svllle, All-MM u MM. I Nashville, vest any size, ; 1 waterproof r-anva punts. F.. STRATTON'S attended. Come

f and Cincinnati Jacksonville, via Jesup.A any size; 1 waterproof canvas hat. any size; Piccolo Accord eon am sole age..t for he Counties of Duval,
C. LINK EXPRESS. 1 heavy nickel dog call; I | atent dur. call. Clay, St.Johns, Marion and Ala bua for the

# Leave Jacksonville.............. .............. 2:05 pm This Magnificent Outfit Only S23. O. John I'. Stratton Champion Fence dfachlnr. Machlue can
Arrive Jacksonville. : : () n'n OR, How DOES THIS STRIKE You ? Celebrated Harp be seen in operation at my works.E. .

Leave Callahan ......................... 2M7 p m Guitarsetc. M. WESTON,
One double-barrel. u7zlp..loadtng8hot
Leave Chattahouohee... ...... ...............I n::io( a ra English fit Manager.
Leave Thomasville.... ........................ 1:45 p m un, fine wire twist hem ifully carved ., etc., etc. _-_--
r bfcck stock silver 1
mountings waterproof
Arrive Waycross................................. t:4.0: p m coat,, I ; nat 1 wa- JOHN F. STHATTON. HE LAI II GROVE NTJKSERT.
canvas waterproof canvas
; Arrive) Brunswick Via B. A R. It... M:28 m ; i shot belt ; 1 49 Malden Lane, New York. NURSERY STOCK of choice Imported varieties -
bag embossed -
Arrive Jeaup.............*.............. .. ...... ponder ( pattern)
Arrive Macon via E. T. V. O. R. R.ll:3u game ; TREES. Applyto
j p m call 1 patent duck call. tested at Belair. Also, PECAN
Arrive Atlaiittt via E. T. V. A '1. R.K. 2:25 dog ; at Belair, or
a m Thic! Outfit Complete Only $13.W). ORANGE HOME. Donald Houston, Supt.
i Arrive Chattanooga via E. T. V. & O. S:20 a m T. F. HUGGLNS, Agent, Baaford.
Arrive I'lncinnatfvla C.8. R. R._..._ 6:45 p m Nu? Well how Is THIS? I AM BOUND TO

Arrive ................... 118 p m LEASE ALL. ORNAMENTAL
Arrive Charleston..........._............._.. 1:25 a m One single barrel breech-loader, blue'barrel A Beautiful in Healthy Looation. THEEl'I. FRUIT & ,
I Arrive W 11 ml ngton.............................. Jo:30:: am oiled walnut stock, Snider Action weight 7% Spot a MAGNOLIAS
, Arrive \\eldon............ 2i5p m Ebs.,31 inches long ligyuge; 25 brass shells; ,
Arrive Richmond. .............................. 6:00 p m 1 waterproof ianrld"ebelt, holds one hundred Unequalled for Orange Culture.and Trucking.On PALMS ROSES
Arrive} p nl rounds; 1 implement set,loader,capper, ,
Arrive Baltimore........ : a m shell extractor aid measure. CLEMATIS, ETC.
Arrive Philadelphia........ .............. ... a:4i.m This Outfit On IK $8.5O. the F. It. & N. Co's main line, 25 miles
1 Arrive New York...........-.................... <:io a M I tell south of Ocala, 8 miles north of Leenburg. -
Pullman Buffet tileenlng Cars to and from breech-loadeni Finally eau from yon SM.50 Imported to $llO. English Transportation unexcelled. 10 Medals and 39 Premiums
Jacksonville and New York also Jaekson. Five
muzzle loading gnus from $'3.O'to $'R. A specialty of Educational Facilities, moral AWARDED AT THE
vllle to Cincinnati via Jt'
u up. hundred revolvers,; from SS'\ cts to SlSe.rh. home influences, health and reasonable
, VAST VLORIDA ZzF>:ItM. Remington repenting rifles, Stevens' rifles, profits from all agricultural and Industrial World's Exposition in New Orleans.
Leave Jacksonville.......,..................... 5:00: p m Flobert parlor rifles Coir's new lightning pursuits. All I ask is a personal Inspectionof
Arrive Jacksonville .... 8::55 am magazine rifles and crblnes. Smith &: Wesson Orange Home and vicinity. -
Leave Caliahan...........,................ .wi p mLeave *!!revolvers,and in Hot, sporting outfits of New Descriptive Catalogues, containing
Waycross................................ 7b8: p m every kind and variety at manufacturers and Will sell Real Estate, Orange Groves, Town many New and Rare Varieties, will be sent:
Leave Gainesville ................:........_.... 3:55 p m importers Jobbing Prlpes. Lots, Hammock and High Pine Lands. No. !.- Fruits Grapevines, Olives. ,4 cents.
Leave Lake City..................11.? 3:20 p mLeave Save retailers' prqflts and send direct to me Orange Home is an EST.\ LUtn.F.n TOWN- No. II -Ornamental Trees, Evergreens
I Live Oak ........-;............. 7:20 p m for what you want or need. The advertised mails, general stores, etq.Corespondence and Plants 4 cents.
Leave Thomasvllle........._..........,.ii30: p m goods are not jc b lot, but are, even maw in JOHN BOCK,
of the
Arrive Albany....................._., 1:55 a m Bond,lit the Government warehouses in New solicited. References California.Farmers' .
Arrive Montgomery via Central R. R. 7:30<) a m York city. best furnished. Blot Yoeee

Arrive Mobile via L. A N. R. R.......... 2:10 p m No Catalogue JE Don't buy until you write to me. :
Arrive New Orleans \la L. A N. ".R. 7:80 P m but It n anything in the Sporting IV. C. IIODD Wagons and Carts.
Arrive Nashville via I,. Louisville via L, A: N, RR...... 2112 mA.rrtve wanted OutflU. Orange Home, fiumter\ Co., Fa, -- Can
elsewhere. gen's on my I Wagon py
If want a flrgt-class
Cincinnati via L. & N. K. R... 6130) a m you
1 Arrive St. Loali via L. & N. K.R.. ........ 7i40 a mPullman Do not Send send money money otherwise once far outfit than, by P. O. The Largest and Most Complete Establishment Cheap for Cash, call on
Buflet t ors to and from Jackson.ville B. D. ZAIIJl,
Mane Order, Bank Pratt on New York,or South
and LoulBVille! via Fla.
L Albany by Express, Jacksonville,
Montffomery and Nashville, and to and fromSattow 49-write jour name and shipping direc- Office, H. Berlack'i Store, Bait Bay Btwt'

and Montgomery via Galneivillc tions plainly and distinctly. Farm Wagon from.............8SBS8} SAVANNAH XXPBX88. Address at once and Praya from............ .
Leave Jacksonville....._...................... 8:15 p m EDMUND R. MORGAN
Arrive Jacksonville..................... 6:15 a mLeave ,
Callahan ...:........................... 9f5 p m Key Port, New Jersey. I. X'SHMER'SXbARDENSEEDS
' Arrive Callahan.................................. 5:25 a mLeave rorm-pomlpncp solicited in German,
Gainesville... .......................... 3:55 p m Fieiu-h. Hpani, Swtdinh and Norwegian. r +
Arrive Galne ville. .............................i :Oj a m --- M t >
Leave Lake City........... 3:20 p m c ( :
Arrive Lake City................................10:15 a m
Leave Live Oak................................... 7r20 p in NEW a.d GREATLY ENLARGED CATALOGUE
Arrive Live Oak. ._................ 6MO: a m Magnificently illost., sent to any addreM Re one
4 ct... in to postage. <<
Arrive Thomasville-........................... 7:15 a in supplied free stamps Special pay lint for Market Gardener,offer
Arrive Albany........11:40 a m ing Seeds at%vh..lf male price*. Send for it. Addntf
Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R. R... 7:55 p m SHAKER SEE) CO.: .DIT.LEBANON*N.Y.
Arrive Nashville via L A N. K. R ..... (6:.ii a in
Arrive utsvllle via L. & N. It R.. 1:57 p in os fen g. Snowdrift) Poultry Yards
Arrive Cincinnati L. & N. R. R... 6.35 p m r
Arrive i.\t.. Louis via L. & N. R. It...... 8.-Os) I p m t. KKUKA, PUTNAM Co., FLA.KKV. .

Arrive Waycross...............................ii20 p m Geo. S. Hacker & Son, IIAMKK, Proprietor.
Arrive Brunswick via B A W. R. R.. 6:to a m MARION C? NOEL K.
Arrive Albany via B.A W.R. R......... 4:45 a m -"I" ...-- MANUFACTURER OF Fre-b". eggs of White Wyandolte, $i.w" ;
Arrive Macot via Central R. R.......... 9.-01 a m The very tiest and cheapest Fence made. White Plymouth+ Hocks and White l.eghons
Arrive Atlanta via Central R. R....... 1:05 p m Straight galvanized telegraph wire to which DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDINGAnd ( ".) !!.Ut(() per sitting. Packed In new
Arrive Chattanooga via W.&A. R.R. 7i/7 p in each picket is firmly riveted. Can be put up baskets art delivered to Express _o.. on Fla.
Arrive Jesup............_........... ..........m l.-X+ am very rapidlY and so as not to saw very dura oiilhprn Uy. Circulars free.
Arrive UrmiKwick via E. T. V. & <*... 6.tX) a mArriveMahnviaE.T.V.&G.R.R..7:30a1" ble. The only fence used by the Boston and Building Material. --- .-
R. R. (' Do not confound it withan
Albany 0.
i Arrive Atlanta via E. T. V.&G R.R.ll:30: a m inferior article. Office' and Warerooms, King, op. Cannon bt.Charleston Blackberry, Plants and Grape Vines
Arrive Chattanoga viaE.T.V.AG.RR. 6:15 '. .. ... ,
p n P..Yr 'r-'" t. S t r- C'' qR ihnve. .
Arrive Cincinnati via C. S. R. R....._ t:40 a m K. t' Mull postpaid at lo\rp.t po 'lh'e prices.' ,

Arrive Havannah...._......_.............. 6:10: a m Ohio Improved Chester : f.y The Grapevine -
Arrive Chart-*ton ...... .;., .12:'5 p m Warranted cholera proof. '- 4.4 a".i safe arrival
Arrive Wilmington ...._... 8so: p m u Express prtpa l. Wins 1st CONSUMPTION. are tested Northern varieties,grown on

Arrive Richmond ....... ..........._........10:45( a m sign In the States and For own place from cutting Forfree: price
......_... Countries. 9 weighed 1 have a positive rend/ for the above d &MbrlU my
Arrive Washington. ........ 3:40. p m tbonsand of ewes of the wont kIno and of fonrlUndlor address
Arrive Baltimore ............. .............._.. 4 51 p m 28O6 lb.. Send fordescrip- ) lie hare bt'en cured 1 u-r Arrive Philadelphia. ..........?........ 7:17 p m ous Uon and hogs price also of fowls.these fam-TilE ,' In Its efficacy that 1 will .c>"l TWO BOnUS; FREE, W. C. STEELE,
Arrive- New York ................. .. fcjQpm; .. L. B. BlCfKR CO., Ceftl.... O.Send tog toaartofferer.-ther with VALUABLE Gl\erxprr'.l BEATISE P.O.a.'drers.DR on tbUdlMa. ** Hwitzerland: Ht. Juhu Co., FI&4

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Nurseries of Lake Weir Co. BUILDING I MATERIAL I S. B. HUBBARD & CO.

100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees, ,
Our trees are very thrifty,three and four THE LARGEST STOCK IN FLORIDA.

year old stock,%tolVi Inch diameter,with FRONT PRESSED BKICK .. .... ......... ......... . .......... .....810.00 per 1000 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
.one year old ba Nurseries easily acces- GOOD FLORIDA ..... .. .... .. .... .. ..................... 9.00 .*
tble to Florida Southern Railroad. Send for
(Catalogues. AddressE. Lime, Plaster,Lath, Cement, Hair, Fire, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs, Fire Mortar. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
.B.FOSTER, Manager
dec2My South Lake Weir, Fla. TYSEN, SMITH &: CO., 12 West Bay St. DEALERS IN

HORACE DREW Hardware, Stoves and Tin-ware,

MASON 8.HAMLIORQAHS. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Paints,

59 and 61 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida Oils and Varnishes, Pumps,
Lead and Iron Pipes, Sugar
Books Periodicals and
'MMM Honor' at all GreatMneTwa fDI Stationery, Newspapers,
yean ICD styles, t22&We' -.o-," Css4, JIUJ Mills, Leather and
r wcnu.or Banted.PIAHOS. .ma tree, Music, Games, Dolls, Toys and Fancy Goods, Rubber Brit and

Base-Ball Goods, Croquet and Out-door Mill Supplies

The .byxr of Btrtngtac. lD 'oc1Qee4 sad Amusements.
perfected H.un'EI.I..i D0ede4 by eom.I8DC .
lone CODItruetJOL Judjcee&0 constitute. a nwca&adraaoe to Piano. Harcourt's Fla. Fruits and How to Raise Them. New Ed. Revised, Enlarged of every description.

Do not require ooe-qosrter.modi tttte*e1 Plsaoj'i and fully Illustrated. Cloth.. ... . . .. .. . .. ..... ..................1.25 ,
gamely' Descriptive Catalogue by mallORGAN Moore's Orange Culture, Ilev. Ed .......... .. ... .. .. . ..... ..... ...... ....... .. ..11.00 I "
Oemler's Truck Farming In the South. ... .. ... ... . ..... .. ...... .......... ....... 1.50 A NEW DEAL"
Whitner's GardenIng In Floiida.. ........... .... ............... ............................ 1-50
I &PIANO i I CO I McClellan's Digest Laws of Florida. .......... ..................................... .. ...... 4.00I BY
have all the Maps, Books,etc.,on Florida that are published. Complete lists on applica-
.jLittta.tBt.Boldoa. l'9"'j",.Cbca! tion. Legal Blanks of every description. Deere &
61 B.11 a"aJl10a IaJ.L Y. Company
TRAVEL VIA E 'rAi3Ll !;IIED irs7ls.

Through Trains with Dining MOLINE, ILLINOIS.
Cars, Pullman Palace Sleep-
Burlington I Sure Ing Cars connections, Modern In Coaches.Union GRAIN GARDEN ANDFERTILIZERS SEEDS Two Horses can do the work of Ttoe

1 I Depots at its terminal points,
I with trains from and to the
East, West, North and South. A SAVING OF 0 F ONETHIRDIN

B-8QRR. Route Cheapest from, Best Chicago and Quickest Peoria WILLIAM:: : : : : .A.. ]Bc:>-crFLS.: ,

T' or at. LOUIS to (Successor 1o J. E. Hart,) THE COST OF ItLO\YUG.

DENVER ST. PAUL 20 West Bay Street., Jacksonville Fla.I .
b I HI
SAN FRANCISCO, MINNEAPOLIS, handle none but the Best and most Reliable heeds My new Catalogue will be sent free on 24 inches TurotGlbr:;; :: rpul:. for t b incheshe
OMAHA PORTLAND ORE. application. Also, Wholesale Dealer In

KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPi,, Hay Corn Oats Flour Grits Meal Bran Wheat
For Ticket,Rates,Maps,Ac.,apply to Ticket Agents
of connecting lines, or address GROUND FEED SCREENINGS COTTON SEED MEAL Etc.
For: handsome Illustrated Burlington Route Guide
Cook send'0.postage to the Q. P. &; T. A., Chicago,I1L1SS7 &
J. E. Tygert & Co.'s Star Brand Fertilizers.Guaranteed -v -

My beautiful Chromo Calendars for 1887 are
perfect gems of art to hang on the wall and Comprising ORANGE TREE and VEGETABLE
always handy to tell the day of week,.month
Too costly to give awayUwlll\ mall one to '
anybody sending me a nickel to help pay advertising MURIATE OF POTASH'IIADE SULPHATE POTASH, gmtest plow l improTeaeat the limit,
postage, eta You need one and i
should send soon.before all are gone. NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC.
JAMES HAS LEY, Prices on application. July 27 tl
QN"d Grower. Madison, Ark.


SALE BY THE "NEW DEAL" is lighter in draft and meN
; easily handled than a hand plow, and cats amore
uniform furrow.

0III1r dtal SOUTHERN mm THE "NEW DEAL" i* lighter in draft,lighter towvglit.
ENSILAGEFiiIAr THE I I II I and will.I and do all lighter its price than a. sulky plow,

TOE "NEW DEAL" taw: ,cuts 2!Inches with the
-AND- .MI I rr TED IN THE COUNTIES OF draft of a 16 i inch hand plow) -n Raving of 50 percent
Cutters in labor. Days all the work of a four.
vnaranteed to cut faster, run Bradford Putnam Alachua Levy Marion borne riding rang: with one.less horse and little
These Cotters and better work Lolumbia, Clay, Orange, more than half the cost.
lighter, do a neater variety
than any machine made. More Ross<'uttersln use Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough, Brevard Baker, Polk & Manatee, TIE "NEW DEAL" Plows are ALL STEEL,
in the United
for Ensilage than all other machines ith
insuring greatest strength! \\ lightest weight.
for Ensilage
States combined. Cutters especially
; heary.strop simple never get out 0'! Consisting ol the rtll lit Oran*!*-, Farming, Vegetable and Grazing Lands In the suite of FlorIda This is no untried and rickety experiment and
order andlast a life-time. Dry Fodder Cutters liter 51 2> per acre and upwards, according to location.For these claims are not made recklessly! to attract at
12 sixes,band and power. Largest machines In the tention. This system is the outgrowth of careful
world. The largest Cutter Factory in the further Information,apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., PalavliH,(1'111. observation and experiment reaching over a periodof
.,and the onlpone building cuttersexclusively years with a rational view of the requirements
Send for our large Illustrated
Catalogue anywhere."A" ._ L. N. WILKIE, W. P. COUPEK, of the times.

c iir nn 8)PJIes. c !! 2 Cashier Land Chief Engineer and Land They are superior to any plows ever offered,
III ROSS & '.6 CectreSt Albany, t Chief Clerk" and Department. Commissioner. and the most economical plows ever placed in the
Oar Bock a Ea '.seat free to alt wbo BUM this paper. -- market. Bead for circular. -

o UNLEAOHED A ORANGE GROVES State AffeutM for the above Ploiv. ,

N AdmitH Deere & Co's Steel Pony ?, 2 and
In car-load lots.
A ted Supplied one of the most Complete FertilE negotiated on First Mortgage Real Estate Bonds.J. 3-Horse Steel Plows, Riding,

D izers for Orange now In Groves.use. Especially Quality guaran S H. LIVINGSTON Walking' and Plain Culti-
teed. Correspondence solicited.
Ocala Fla. vators.ALSO .
A B. L. HOWELL d:: CO., -

Poultry LetterIS Planet Jr. Cultivators and Garden Tools

Chicago THE BEST Real Estate Brokers and Agents, Washburn &Moens

Poultry and Live Stock Journal M West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. BARBED WIRE FENCING.We .

Published. Orange Groves, Truck Farms, and Lands of every description. Oity keep the largest stock of
and Suburban Property for Sale.
It tells how to mate, raise and manage
Poultry for pleasure. and profit. Correspondence solicited. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
j -' In the Mtat*.
JOHN T. LESLEY,President. S. A. JONES, Gen. Manager. LAWSON CHASE,sea &Treas .
PRICE 50fiT8: PER ANNUM. Catalogues and Prices Pent free. Correspondence
The Chicago : : and The Weekly TAMPA, FLORIDA,
Western.Fan< c .r. Review both for 135. AddressS.

't; Address ; ; Are rellab and responsible,and being chartered are amenable to the State. Have every
x ,J. L. S. HALL, M. D., descrlpUo- Real Estate. We solicit correspondence. Send for our Descriptive .

1966.#W.. 47th"L.Chicago, Ill. Pamphlet and newspaper. Jftckionnile, Flo.

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

Ashley Cotton and Corn Compound, a complete fertilizer for these two crops,
BETWEEN / and also used by the truckers near Charleston for vegetables.
Savannah, New York Ashley Ash Element, a cheap and excellent fertilizer for orange trees, bananas, etc
and Philadelphia __ -
and between Boston ra.>? A5DPHILADELPHIA. Ashley Dissolved Bones. Ashley Aeid PIio,-plmtc.

and Savannah Pure Ground Raw Bone; Pure Ground Fish, Nitrate of Soda, Sulphate Ammonia, Kalnit
.r -
I 65 to 70 HOURS. Muriate, Potash, Cotton Seed Meal, etc.
-- For Almanacs and Hand Books, Agricultural Primers,ami good articles on Peas, Kalnit
Floats. ,etc.,address

Ocean Steamship Company. TilE ASHLEY PIIOSP1IATK COMPANY,

c'hwr ....ton.f\. C.

(Central or 90 Meridian Time.)

Passage Rates Between Jacksonville, New York and Boston Direct. THE WILCOX & GIBBS GUANO CO.,

Cabin, tfi\\ Steerage,812.50; Excursion (return trip)),S43.5u.
:TIE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: SUCCESSORS T+) WILCoX. GIBBS &: CO.,

FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW YORK. The Oldest Importers and Manufacturers of l Guano in America.
NACOOCHEE Capt. Kempton. .... ........... ...... ....Wednesday, February 2-12:00 n'nTALLAHASSEE
: Capt Fisher . ...... .... ...... Friday February 4- 200p. m Established 1S5U.; ;
CHATTAHOOCHEB!:, Capt. H. C. Daggett ... .. .. Monday, February 75:00 p. mJIY
'; t AUUUtS1'ACapt.J.'V.Catharlne: ...... .......Wednesday, February 9- 6:30a.m
OF SAVANNAH, Capt. }.'. Smith. ..... ............ .....Friday, February 11- 8:00a.m: For all kinds Truck.
1 cITY OOCHEE ("apt. Kempton .... ............... ...:... .. Monday, Ft'bruary14-10:30a.m Truck Farmer Special (>uauo. (fREE HRA D.) .
JALLAHA-WEE, Capt. Fisher. ...... .................Wednesday, February 16-123/p.m These Fertilizers. delivered to !Steamer or Railroad, at SAV\y.v.\H or CHARLESTON
t' 'ATTAHOCMH: KK: :, 'apt. H. Daggett ....................Friday, February 182:30p.m free ot drayage, per bag of M fcs.& 75; per TOT $;7 5''.
CITY OF AUGUSTA,Capt.J. Catharine..................Monday, February 215:00 p. m
CITY OF SA V ANN"H, Capt. F. Smith ............... .Wednesday, February 21- 6:30:: a. mACOOCHEE. For young Orange and other Fruit Tre s. Vines etc.
Capt. Kempton. ... ..... ............. .. .... ...Friday, February 257:30 a. m Orange Growers' Special .iiauo. (MLU.-. liR\ND.)
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Fisher .... .......... ........... .. .Monday, February 28- 9.00: a. m I: Per Big of ax' lb. & 75: per Ton 837 50
FROM SAVANNAH TO BOSTON. For Bearing Orange Tree

CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley........... ................. ...Thursday, Feb. 3, at 1:00 p. mJA Orange Growers Own. (ORANGE BRAND )
rE CITY, Capt. Hedge ... ..... ..... ...... ..... ......ThursdaY, F< b. 10. at 7:00 p. m Per bag of ia i &>s 51 I ix); per Ton ItO 00
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Kelley.............. ............... ....Thursday, Feb. 17, at 2:00 p.m Doubly :-auluonlatett Truck Farmers Special Uuaa *.
I i BATE CITY, Cap Hedge............ ................ ..... .Thursday, Feb. 2t, at 7.iXp.m Per BIg of 20l>>> fos.$.5 00; per Ton ?.jI) 0'). .

FOR PHILADELPHIA. Pure Animnl Hone Meal and Potash.
F Per Bag of 200 R s.S3 75; per Ton 837; 50
[These Steamers do not carry Passengers.]

1 IIJNIATA, Capt Askins. .. ..... ............. ....... .... .. Saturday. February 5- 3:00:()( p.mI Pure Animal Bone Uleal.
I 14i SOUO, rapt. N. r". Howes ... .. ...................... ... Saturday, February 12- 830a.( m Per Bag of 200' fbs. $3 75; per Ton $::37 50
UNIATA, Capt. At;kln". .. . ... ... ... ....... . .. Saturday, February 19- 3:30: p. m For Cotton Tobacco, Corn, Wrest, etc.
ESSOUG, Capt. N. F. Howes ..... .. . .. .. . ..... ....Saturday! February 6- :00 a. m Wilcox, Gibbs & Manipulated Guano. (BLACK BRAVD.' )
Per Bag of 2UO it;s. $2 75; per Ton 827 50
THESE PALACE STEAMERS, Excellent Georgia Standard Guano.
Per of 200 B> $255 Ton 825 50
Bag s.
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) ; per
Ofler to the Traveling Public and Shippers advantages equalled by no other line.Turougb Any of the abote Packed in Barrels if Desired.Our .
Tickets and Bills of Lading issued to principal points North, East and Northwest
prices are k based: on prompt and certain Cash. They will not admit of any losses by
9> Savannah. For further to
particulars apply
poor or slow pay. Therefore to insuie prompt shipments, orders should be accompaniedwith
Agent, Agent,
the (Approved with interest at 8 cent. added to our Ca hPrl'"e
money. acceptance per
Pier No.35 North New York.
River City Exchange Building Savannah Ga.
for the time taken, will be regarded as equivalent to cash.) Give Inn shipping directions -
: Agent, bton. ,and rely the goods being shipped the day the order Is received.N. .
you may upon
W L.JAMES, Agent 13 S.Third Street,Philadelphia.J. .
D. HASHAGEN, Eastern Agent, Sav., Florida & Western Ry. Co., 261 Broadway Y. U.-Samples of any of our Goods will be mailed on application.
for information and Ticket apply to connecting line*. Works at Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S. C.
H. R. CHRISTIAN, Soliciting Agent.


Nos.5 North Market and 5 Clinton Sts., Roston, ITia"s. .
REFERENCES G. Haler, Cashier Fanuell Hall National Btnii. Boston; Richardson &:
:Barnard Agents Boston aud Savannah S.S. Co.,Savannah Ga.: H. C. D-ntnn, Gainesville,
Fla.; J. Dozier,Ocala Kla.; A. C.lurner, Clear \\ ater Harbor, Fla.; A. H. Manvllle,Jack-
onYllle Established 187O.High .


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

Villa Franca Lemon, .

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

.4 KEDNEY & CAREY, German Kainit, Cotton Seed Meal, Acid Phosphate, Floats,
) Mflltland. Orange Co., Fla.OUR High Grade Rice Fertilizer, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes.

:FAVORITE: : : '

A RELIABLE FERTILIZER FOR All Orders Promptly Flue .

ii Orange Trees and All I iuds of Vegetables.Natural : .

food for plant-life- Especially adapted to sandy soils. Anyone wishing to obtain R. M. MEANS, Treasurer
etrictly good fertilizer will find It to his Interest to try this it 1& not a cone ntrated
chemical lertillzer, but a well manufactured Organic Compost. The effect is permanent.

Price ( In Sacks ) $10.00 per Ton. Braidentown Real Estate Agency.EDGAR .

Send for Circulars. I have no.agents. Address

Crescent Cl ly. Flu Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace,

ASK FOR AND TAKE ONLY Braideiitowii, Jlanalce Co., Flu.

Will buy and sell all kinds of Heal Estate on commis-;ton. Eighteen years' residence In
1 Manatee County. Personal knowledge of most of the lands throughout the county. A.a
Lily Baking Powder practicing Attorney and a* County Judge for a number of years, I have had occasion to
:: rII become familiar with many titles and the County Records Having been continuously en-
\\II paged,Jill these)'ear8ln the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable productsof
this semi-tropical section. gIves me advantages In the selection of the various qualities of
Emblem purity. !, j'', lands suitable. Maps aud \bstracts furnished, Titles examined- and Deeds executed. Information
furnished. Correspondence solicited.
NOTE.-Braidentown Is "Militated, on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,about
thirty-five miles south of Tampa. Has daily service by the elegant steamer Margaret. Ad..
Absolute and Guar-
>> Purity Strength jacent are the lovely Terra Cela, 8a 80ta.and Palma Sola Uays,teeming with all kinds offish
anteed. ,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building sltrs in
the world, with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands where tropical fruits and
) choice vegetables may be grown to perfection.

= : Well Curbing and Chimney Flues

PREPARED ONLY BY 1 n r j :_, Cheaper and Better than Brick.


I t ., Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.
Address h
Florida Chemical Works .

Office 52H West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.I .
Florida TUAll JiAKK.

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


The elegant;Steamers of this Line are appointed to sail for CHARLESTON:& NEW;1YORC:

From JACKSONVILLE .......... .. .. ..... ...... ... .... .. .. .Every FRIDAY.
From FERXA DISA. .....,.......... ...... .. ..Every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY.In .


From Jacksonville. 1

CHEROKEE (New). ..... ..................... ... ....... ........ .. ..Friday, Feb. 1,at 1'.::'II.l) n'c
8EMINOLK (New). ...................... .... ..... ....... ..... Friday, Feb. lltat t 6am> ,
CHHKOKER (New)...... ................... .. .... ... .. ....... .. ...Friday, eb.18,at 12:00 n'n.
SEMINOLE (New).................. ........... ....... ... ... . ..'ridayFeb.2aat 6:00anz

From Femamliiia.

i Every Sunday Wednesday)' evening on the arrival of the Florida Railway and Navigation -
Company's trains.DEL.tWARE..Sunday.
i '{o IIIIIIpHI: IIIl hiILIIII$ i II11I (lll r1I W 73 x: 6 OF
Feb. CITY COLUIRIAVednesday, Feb. Z
YEMASSEF" .. .... ........ .. ..Sunday, Feb. 13; CITY OF ATLANTA. Wednesday, Feb. 9
DELAWARE ..... ..........Sunday, Feb 20YEMASSEE ) CITY Or' COLUMHIA..Wednesday, Feb. IS/
... ........ ..Sunday, Feb 27 CITY OF A1'L.1'Wednes ay, Feb.?

Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, E. R., New York, every TUESDAY, 'THURSDAY
and SATURDAY,at 3 p. ra.
The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by this Line ar' unsurpassed. Every! atten-
tion will be given business entrusted t.o the Line. Direct all shipments from New "i:ork vII-
SAN CARLOS," (Now Open) St. Jamey City.CHESTER. CLYDE'S FLORIDA LINE, Pier 29, East hiver.
BALL, Manager. For further information apply
Reference-J. R. Campbell, St.James Hotel,Jacksonville. CLARENCE WAGNER- ,Agent, J. A. LESLIE,Agent,
Delightful surroundings,driving, )'achtlnfish/ ,oysters/, fresh vegetables. Soil adapted t Fernandina, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla.Sti .
Oranges, Pine-Apples, Cocoanuts, etc. Tourists, Invalids and sportsmen say it Is the mos Bay St.,cor. Hogao.
attractive spot In the State. THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., nen. Agents
Reached. from Punta Gorda. by steamer Alice Howard, leaving for St. James City Tuesday, 35 Broadway, N. Y. 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia,33 Broadway, N. Y.
Thtireilnv S and fintnrjlnv S .n.. .m... .Address" -,.
C. A. 1I0ARDMAN., Gen. Manager,
_J. M. KREAMER, Pres., Jacksonville. St.James City, Charlotte Harbor.

PorneeranaU Valrico Nurseries Gnavas,
s, Figs, Bananas,
H. L. WHEATLEY, Proprietor.
:drapes, Avocado P'rs,
Pears. Anona,
Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, ALTAMONTE, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Oriental :: erium,
Plums andPersimmons W. G. TOUSEY, Ta'adlum,
Poinci na, ears, .,
& Lemon
LIMES, Etc. Seffner, Hitl&borough/ Co., Fla. PaLMs, Eic.p lOQUATS, )c. Orange { P caches 1 mil*,

ROCKWELL & KINNE, ersimmoiiG!

Successors to Nichols, Rockwell &Co., Wholesale and Retail
Figs of Commerce, New Pomegranates, Mulberries, Nut Trees, Etc.
Hardware Stoves House Goods Mantels Paints ,
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 Lot*. Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on deposits Collects -
Rents and Interest, Negotiates Lo,ns, etc.J. .
C. OREBfjEYt President._L. D. IIOS IEU. Trcasarer.I .
Choice Fruit and Vegetable ands near transportation! for Investment or Cultivation. --- -
Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites t Homes; Railroad and Dally Mails
Also Town Lots at San Pablo and tlanUc City on the installment Plan If desired. Addicts SUNSET HILL NURSERIES.
JAB. M.KREAMER, President, over Bank of Jacksonville,orV.. II. GitArv'T Mint., !I
S}n Pablo, Florida.' Catalogues, with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list include
the choicest varieties ot the Citrus family grown. Also,

GLEN ST. MARY NURSERIES !IA I Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, and( other Fruit

Our stock is one of the largest In the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties t
general line of fruit trees adapted to Florida,Including the largest stock of Peach specialty.
Trees to be found in the State Peer>t-To and honey Peaches a specialty.also 11. 1V. PIEltCE,
several other varieties of peaches. My stoCK or Kelsey Japan Plum Trees! I, Indian Spr1::gs, Orange Co., Fla.
consists of 5,000 or inward,all home grown, and buds taken from bearing trees on my place. .
150O Piclioliiie Trees ((2 to 3 ft. high), oO,000 Orange Trees ((3: to 4 yrs. old).
A full supply of LeConte, Kelffer and other Pear tree,Japan Persimmons, Figs, Quinces, Deer Islan'd Gardens and Nurseries
Apricots, Nectarines,Japan Medlars,Mulberries, English walnuts, Pecans, Almonds,Japan ,
Chestnuts, Grapes, Raspberries, Blackberries, etc.
An examlatlon of stock solicited. Catalogues free on application to I
Fruit and Ornamental Trees Plants and
G. L. TABClt, Pot Grown: Semi-Tropical ,
Glen St. Mary, Fla. Vines. No Loss in Transplanting.
Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. AddressA.

MANVILLE NURSERY Co. Oakland. E. CIIA3IPLIN.,Orange Co., Fuu

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

Persimmons, Filberts, Walnuts, Figs, Grapes, Bananas, etc. Fruitlaiul Xurserie, Augusta, Ga. iiV 4
Descriptive Catalogue and Price List of 27 pages sent free. The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees, tpecially adapted to Florida is doubtless the '
most varied in the United States. A special catalogue (No.) i is published! for this branchof
F. S. CONE, Manager: our establishment. In addition to the usual large variety of fruits such as Peen-To +
CR CE Honey and other Chinese Peaches.Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons, Eryobothryas GrapeVines
etc. we have a very large!stock of Kelsey! and new Japan Plums Japan
i Chestnut, :Melon Shrubs and other new fruits. Also all the new Hoses of merit, Palm.
The Lakeland Nursery Company. Acacias,broad leaved and coniferous Evergreen Trees. Flowering shrubs etc. Catalogues to all No.- 1. Hardy fruit tree Roses, Evergreens. No.2. Greenhouse
ORANGE 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.
Peeu-Toand Honey Peaches. Keiffer and Le Persimmons, Loquata, Figs, urapes, Cattley Guavas, Strawberries, Pine-Apples and Ba 1aip
nanas. :EI. e "'V. x... ymax: J: ? : s ,
Tropical Potted Fruit Trees a Specialty.Price .
List free on application. E. H. TISON- Manager
Lakeland Polk Co..Fla SELLS



Oranges Trees and other Fruits and Plantation and Garden Crops,
i:000OX: ) Apple, Peach, Plum, Pear, Quince, Fig and Mulberry Trees. Also a large stock of SPECIFICALLY PREPARED FOREACH_ CROP
Peach Seedlings,suitable for grafting: and budding stocks, Grape Vines, Raspberry, Straw-
berry Plants,etc., for sale Willow Lake Nursery. No Vermin-Feeding Compounds used in the Manufacture of these GoodsThe

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