The Florida dispatch

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The Florida dispatch
Uniform Title:
Florida dispatch (Live Oak, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Live Oak Fla
The Florida Dispatch Line
Creation Date:
October 17, 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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DaCosta & Manville, Proprietors.. Jacksonville_ P1*., Monday, October, 17, 1887.' New Series: Vol. 7, .No.,.x42.I .
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;'- : .,- IltlCJSS TRE'*'JLOWEST. R. N.ELLIS,C. E. A.E..McCL11mI,
',,'il'\ ; Stoves, > .;" ". ;: Crockery, ELLIS & MCCLURE: .
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,7Granite C.. S L'ENGLE .
Architects and Civil
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Iron-ware. t 'Flans. ,Specifications and Estimates for build
.. I." f .STORE( D Oil Stoves' ... ; _.'C Lamps, Ings of all kinds,Sanitary work etc.
; ANDATBifrners Rooms 7 and 8 Palmetto Block, Bay St.
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7 -. by tI1'(.* Silverware.House .,,', ';- .: Gas Fixtures,' P.O. Box 785 Jacksonville ..l"J.a.H.ARDW'A'RE' .

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t eM ed les. Table Cutlery, : :: tI.... .t : Refrigerators,
IS KNOWN TO SCIENCE .AT l' :"1 : 1. '...'.. ,.J. Gate City Filters, '

NOTHING to the CUTICURA nixEDIES Fire: Dogs, JACKSONVILLE,::/ FLA.: Dinner, Tea and GEO. L MoCoNVHE
In their marvellous properties for ; ,: :' .. ,
cleansing,purifying and beautifying the skin Baskets and Wooden-ware; '.- 1 Toilet Sets. .
and In curing; torturing,disfiguring Itching, .,'. ? ...... .(New Building at Old Stand.)
scaly and pimply diseases of the skin, scalp Particular Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
and blood,with loss of hair. -, 40 &, 42 West Bay St., Jacksonville...., Fla.. .
CUTICUBA,the great Skin Cure,and Ctm- "
CUBA SOAP,an exquisite Skin Beautifier,prepared ROCKWELL & KINNE -
from It, externally,and CUTICUBA KESOL.VEKT ,
the new Blood Purifier,Internally, Successors to Nichols Rockwell du&o., Wholesale and Retail Hardware, Cutlery, 'Stoves and Tinware,
are a positive cure for every form of disease, ,Housefarniahlns Goods, Granite ',and,
from pimples to scrofula. CUTJCUBA REMEDIES Hardware. Stoves, House Furnishing, Qoods, Grates.; Mantels, Paints, Agate Ware, Sash, Doors, Blinds,

s skin are beautifiers absolutely and pure blood and the purifiers.only Infallible Oils, Saddlery, Guns, Ammunition, Etc. Oils, Agricultural Implement,:,

a Sold fcverywbere. Price CTTTICCTJA: SOc.; Parties. in town. or out will do well to call or send for our catalogues and prices of any, .: "I. onan(18teelUope.1Jelt1Dg', .
RESOLVENT,81; SOAP;25c. Prpaed by the ., i .good;they may need in our ling Prices lower than ever. .. Hose and Packing Pumps,
,JWSend for **How,to Cum Skin'1>lseases.',. .., .',,' -'. 38 West, Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.. Steam and Water Pipean'd
Fittings, Four
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SOAP.J11U1UO 'by using CUTICUKA. MEDICATED: :KISSIMMEE L N AGENCY:,:.. .. : Fence,Mantel.Wire,

A.. N.'DOBBINS & BRO ,.-,>.; ..- Grate,
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Agent; For
I Li soooooo!; ; Acres Orange Lightning Powder,1'armen'1'rlea4and !

Boss ,Flows, Dangler Oil Stores, .. ',:

i of the Richest 2Lands In the State. Perry Co's Celebrated Stores and :'
f nf ., Ranges,Southern (St. Louis)Whit
A Lead,Mastuy's Pure Colors in Oil,

ii -* '.. Hasurr** Railroad &Liquid'" ,,_.- ;.

Representing,.. '. ,' '. all.the Paints, Fairbanks! %: | ;,

.... Standard Scales.A' '/ .
Disston Companies :

Gun, Locksmiths, and Stencil Gutters, .j Kissimmee:LanF( Company, :ttan.oogaStOy\Go's r

'", ,44.W, Forsyth St.,Op.St.)Johns, :Hotel "' ._'.r.. AND LOOKOUT STOVES.PRICES ,'.

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a.I. ._- South Florida;R.-Co's4Lands.: SAME AS IN CHATTANOOGA
done In aII'Its branches. ... .'. 'y.':!> 'J3rTln Roofing,Sheet Iron,Copper and, Tin .,;
IRONvSAFE.WORK Work to order. -*
:: Consisting of beautiful Lake Fronts, HI th and Low Hammocksflrst) -class Pine Land for
<:,Special Muni ..d .' rates Stencil Cutting; y.m..UUltEUllNLEYCI., { range. .Groves, and rich reclaimed.. lands for garden purposes. : .- HUGHES' TONIC
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.1" .... Lowest Rates of Freight Always O\ven.
': Order all'your freight 'omNew 'York,Philadelphia and Boa-
"', .1"."..'.,'11'. 'foII'". 0 q J..Onv1a..Mall B.S.:! Line from Pier o.21 East River,NewYork
f' ;1,.'. ALWAYS THE LOWEST. Direct connection !at Pernandlna with F.11.&N.By.: ",
rf-!':" G .. ... : For Jacksonville and all Interior points in the State.
Tbe magnificent iron Steamships ot this Line will sail from, tt --.
'tERNAN UlNA,FLA.,for NEW' YORK,every Tburs Jay evens w This Pioneer Line offers to Florldians,the Traveling Public
lug alter arrival or,4:30 train from J<< ksonville, and.: avenin and shippers ol Vegetables and Oranges the Quickest and 1
trains from Cedar Key,Ocalo,Leesburg,Tavares, Orlando and Only Direct Line to New York
South Florida points. u, -83-Through Ti-jkets and information secured in advance at.
RIO GRANDE........._........_..............-ThurPday Pepterrher: 8' principal points in Florida. State-rooms reserved ,from Jacksonville -
B FATE OF TEXAS;.._..'J.._...._.._ h..rsday,September 15 or Fernandlca ofDce.j .
RIO GRAND....,,-...-..........................:Ti.nn:day,September 22 *Tralns leave F. R. &:N.Co's Main Depot foot of Hogan
STATE OP1 TEXAS.....**.,...._!..-. .,........bursday,8eptemt 29 street Jacksonville,at 8.30 a m and 4.30 p m,on sailing days,,
RIO GRANDE........_:.;......-.. ....._.........Thursday,Oct ber 6 landlug passengers on Steamship's wharf, foot of Centre St.*
STATE OF TEXAS.N..........-.....................Thursday,October 13 Everv HU,.ntlon is extended Fernandina
RIO GRANDK...._........................*......Thursday,.October 20 by'thsliue.[ The possible table Is supplied with passengers.the b2sttheFor going; :' Tickets and State-rooms and further Information-,
STATE OF TEXAS__.......... ... ._......_Thnrsdayl.October 27 New Yorkand Florida markets afford.; f ,- "apply to : '_ ;

R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Fernandina,Fla.. A. H CRIPPEN, Gen'l Travllng Agent. J. M. CUTLER Pass.Agent,75 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.
C.H.MALLORY&: 0..General Agents Pier 20 East River,.foot Fulton street New York City.



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t to With the Magn,ficent Connections. .

:The Great Fast reFreight. j System 'of the South

Tho attention of shippers is directed to the Plant 8.'B. Line between Havana,Key West and Tampa,and People's Line.'of Steamers between Sanford, Pa-
I latta and Jacksonville. ,.South Florida Railway between Tampa and Sanford, S., F.& W. By between Jacksonville, Gainesville, River Junction and Savannah -
savannah and Charleston, and Ocean Steamship Line between Savannah,Philadelphia Boston and New York. The best equipped, fastest and most
prompt lines between all points in Florida and all points North and Northwest. Receivers and Shippers will profit by the following unparalleled connection:

:Double dally Hut freight service for all points West via Albany,Jesup: ,and Savannah., Double.daily fast freight service from all points North and West via Albany,Jesup and Sa-
I vannah to all points in Florida; fast freight trains both via Gainesville,Jacksonville,Calla
Daily fast freight all rail connection via the Atlantic Coast Line to all Eastern, Interiornd han and Live Oak.
& Coast points,including New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Tri-weekly service by the fleet steamships of the Ocean Steamship Company,sailing from
Providence. New York(New Pier 35,North River,) direct for Savannah Tuesdays,Thursdays and Satur
Tri-weekly connection for New York via the Ocean Steamship Company,leaving SaVan-. days.
kah.. Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays. _7 The Boston and Savannah Steamship Company's steamers leave Boston every Thursday
Twice a week for Baltimore via the Merchanta and Miners Transportation Company- ,leav- for Savannah direct,making connection on the dock at Savannah with fast freight trains
tng Savannah Tuesdays and Fridays. for all points in Florida. Only direct line fro ..'...ew England to the South.
Weekly connection for Boston via the Boston and Savannah Steamship' Company, leaving From Philadelphia via Ocean Steamship Co., ? "g from Philadelphia every Saturday for
Savannah every Thursday.
Savannah tllrect.
Weekly connection for Philadelphia via the.Ocean Steamship Comany,leaving Savannah. From Baltimore via'Merchants and Miners Transportation Co,two steamers per week
trery Saturday. from Baltimore for Savannah direct making(close connection with S.,F.k W.Ry for all
Balling days for Steamships are subject to change without notice. points South.
The Florida Dispatch Line is the quickest and best fast freight route from all points, NorthEast and West to Florida.. For full particulars,rates,stencils and shipping receipts applyto
any agents of the above lines,or to WM. P. HARDEE,GenT Freight Agent,Savannah, Ga. ,
I O. D. OWENS, Traffic Manager,Savannah,Ga. .: W. M. DAVIDSON, Gen'l Traffic Agent,Jacksonville,Fl. .I
.- H M.8CHLi6Y,:Trav. Agent,Galne yllle. J. E. Dp.AYTON.Trav.Agent, Live Oak. J. H.STZPHBNS,Agent,Jacksonville.


.; General Commission. Merchants, BOTH ORANGE TREES AND VEGETABLES.



i References-A.H.Manville,Jacksonville. : L. L Newsome,Crescent City B.F.Wliltner. Supplying Not Only :Plant Food, but Organic Matter. .
Ft.Reid; Rev.Lyman Phelps,Sanford; C. W. Campbell,Jr., cala.; 4th Nat'l Bank, Boston. .
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10 Years Established.. .:GUARANTEED ANALYSIS PER TON OF 2,000 POUNDS 5

: WHLEgi.ES COMMISSION EOHA Ammonia........;V.,..... -:: 4 per cent I Phosphoric Acid. .....;......... 24 per centSulphate
,:' -- Potash...... .... ....... 6 percent. .

:, ::1'. 160 Kcado Street, New liork. Ammonia: ..............,........ percent I Sulphate Potash................11 percent:
'* Consignments solicited and Returns made promptly.. Stencils and Market Reports fnr- Phosphoric Acid.............., 5 to 61 er cent I| Potash,actual..........::.........5J per cent
_:fclihed on application. ...-., .,The remainder consists of thoroughly pulverized humus.w:&
-*"BEJ'EBENcEs-Chatham National Bank,Thurber,Whyland&Co.,New York C ity: als. :
Banks and established Produce Merchants of New York Philadelphia,Baltimore and Bosto '


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... I have used "Our Favorite Fertilizers: upon Orange Trees,Roses and Garden Plants

., I tried your Fertilizers on Onions,Cauliflowers and other Vegetables. I consider it
eAll will the land, and is not simply a
Fertilizer which greatly improve
excellent and cheap ,
goods sold day of arrival, and check and sales sent on that day. Give us a trial ship.
men to I stimulant. H. LEGLER,Haskell,Fla.
,; U" l.G24 Main Street Richmond Va.

I; 1".:' TWENTY YEARS ESTABLISHED. ."t'I ... Orange Tree M sacks $24 00 1 Vegetable Manure in sacks |17 (CO)(
f" ,"i. .. .in bbls. 2500J I bbls. 18 (OO)
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Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant, '. I ? ; <- TERMS, STRICTLY CASH. .
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-" -.:.Florida Fruit.and Vegetables a specialty. No. 234 North Delaware Avenue (belowtVlnel .'. CEO. HUTCH1NSON
'Street), Philadelphia Consignments of ail kinds of Fruit and Produce H ,
,f promptly made as advised.. Stencils and market reports furnished on application. Y V
Reference; H.8.Kedney,Winter Park, Kla.; A. H. Carey, Orlando, Fla.; L.EL Lawrence -I : -- V Crescent City, Florida..
') ,Winter Park Fla.,and the trade generally In Philadelphia and New York.



FRUITS AND VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY:.. Offers Choice Fruit and Vegetable Lands near transportation for investment or Cultivation.
and .
Certain Market for Farm Produce: Attractive Sites for HomesRatlroad Dally'.I&11&
I Consignments specially solicited during the Exposition.:..*;,Prompt returns guaranteed. r.: Also Town Lots at San Pablo and Atlantic City on the Installment Plan if desired Address '
.. JAS. M.FT"E**":"*,President,over Bank of Jacksonville. ,or,W.B. GRANT Sept.,
X: >/: ":' ::68 ,Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga... : ,,". San Pablo,Florida.I .



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: I Kelsey's plum, and the Hattankio, I II for sale, but only a few were bou I the fruit stands in Philadelphiaiat i ten
[, he Orchard both varieties similar in every res People I! pect except the bloom, which in the do with them. Most of our J. WILLIS WESTLAKE.
i first named is of a rich red; the last were Northern people who had Lake Helen, Fla.,Oct.6, 1887.
The Botan Plum.
..j named, a.yellow. The Nagate, which learned to eat them. I took some We shall be pleased to receive reci-
reader of the DISPATCH that
%' _Every again has two varieties-the large red DeLand, but there was no sale pes for preparing pomegranates for
;is at all interested in the pomology of round, called Botan,and the more egg them there. This seems strange eating from those who have had
this State will at once recognize the shaped yellow plum, called Ogon (by me. My wife and I are from this delicious fruit.-
J name of the plum which forms the some]nurserymen misnamed"Ogden.") North, too, but we think our experience'with + -
subject of our engraving this week B6I I The Urvase, a rather large, globular granates delicious, and they come pa'I ED. F. D. ....
greenish! red plum, and the Shiro. time when other fruits are << .
L one of the set of so-called "Japan Sinomo, meaning white plum, shim They are a fine table fruit and I For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. 'wI ;
plums' which have been recently in white; sinomo plum),a medium sized, of no other fruit that is so I The Date in Arizona.
troduced into Florida and the Gulf sweet, whitish yellow, round fruit. when properly prepared and It is with much pleasure that I
States, and have found a place in the These are the only varieties which, on the fruit dish or comporte. At state the fact that there has been received -
grounds of most experimenters. So under good cultivation, produce a fine I didn't know how to eat a by the Division of Pomology
fruit." In his catalogue, Mr. Berber ate, but I think I understand it in the United States Depart
far as our information extends none of describes the Botan as "round, red," I having learned by experiment ment of Agriculture a large clust -
these plums have borne in this State and] the Ogon as "oblong, yellow" first pare it, laying bare the r of ripe dates from Phcenix, Arizona
save the Kelsey,.with which such of We believe all authorities agree that pink seeds, then break it apart, s > Territory. It was grown on the
our readers as ranch of Colonel

have not seen its Hatch,about four
fruit have become .. miles from that
familiar throughthe place, and was
full illustrations tu procured and sent
that have ._: : ., by Mr. O. S.Thorntonwho .
appeared in our rI ,I, has
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pages.Mr.P.J.Berck. \ taken special in-
41- \ terest in the mat-
mans,of Augusta, ter. It is one of
Ga., who raised three clusters that .
specimen from grew this year on
which the engrav a tree that is the
big that appearson result of a seed
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this page was planted by Mr.

made especiallyfor .;4 I Culbertson about
the FLORIDA. January, 1880.
DISPATCH,says of The tree bloomed
the group of first in 1885, but
which the Botan the flowers were
forms part: Bo C .W..,. ,M ; t cut off (and the
tan, Chabot, Mu- JfiJ1I leaves, too), for
su and Longfruited some unknown
'are of the same reason, and it did
general character not bloom again
Kelsey's. Someare ... "' rf until this year.
stouter growers i M There were 211
I and foliage fruits on the cluster -
.4 broader. Several received, and
trees are bearing the whole weighed
fruit, although just five pounds.
imported in December They were about
,1885, but f nn inch anda half
,we are so far unable -' long by an inch in
to report upon 1 I diameter, and ofa

their season of t. cbn-me-yelluw
maturity, which : color. The fruit-
will likely correspond stalk and its
with that of branches resem-
the Kelsey. Our ble in size and
California corre- form a vtry large
1 spondents endorse the good qualitiesJ > this is correct so far as color is concerned rating the sections or lobes (they remind corn tassel, hanging gracefully to one
of these varieties. i but it will be observed by our me of the lobes of the brain), side, but of a beautiful orange color.
? Upon our grounds in South Florida, illustrations (the Ogon is to appear and removing the dividing membranes. The fruit is attached along the lower
on,pine land, the,Botan is a vigorous shortly) that the Botan is oblong and These parts ]laid on the dish make a half of these drooping branches, and .
grower,resembling the Kelsey but the Ogon round. beautiful appearance, and serve as a ; the whole makes a very attractive
even stronger. Not long since we O 4- fine table ornament. In eating the object. The taste is as sweet as the
heard a prominent pomologist say that For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. fruit, one does not swallow the seeds, richest honey.
another of these "Japan plums", was Pomegranates. but after,chewing them sufficiently to The fruiting of the date in the
superior to the Kelsey in quality, pro- Something has been said of late in get all the juice and the j jellylike I United States is of very rare occurrence -
lificness'and vigor. We were aware the DISPATCH about pomegranates pulp in which they are imbedded, one i but in time it will be quite common -
\ he knew whereof he spoke, but fore- and people were advised to give more transfers them to the, plate with the I I in the more tropical portions, as
bore to ask him which one he esteemed i attention to the planting and cultiva- fork or hand. I am told that pomegranates many young plants have been set that
so highly, knowing that he would tion of this fruit. This is all very well; make excellent jelly, but my will *won bear. It is such little factsas
give this information to the public in but will somebody tell us what to do ,wife has not yet tried them. Our crop, this that prove what can be done,
his own good time. Was it the Botan? with it when we have it. I have some I, for some reason, is small this year,and and encourage more extensive experi
Who can tell? pomegranate trees which were last we use all our fruit on the table. ments. We may never produce this
H. H. Berger, importer of Japanese year heavily loaded with as fine fruit What I want to say is, that if.peopleare fruit in commercial] quantities, but
.,.:,. fruit trees,and good authority,says: as I ever saw, ]large, sweet and juicy. to raise and cultivate pomegranates even that may possibly be. r
\, "The only varieties of the plum native As my family was not here* I could we must cultivate a taste for H. E. VANDEMAN. '
of Japan, and worthy to be exported, not use it, and tried to find a market them, so as to create a market. Last i <
are the BoUnkio> or bt t 1 knows M font* I I we tome at one of our stores fall I MW pam grsiMea for *J.! on Fine weather for cottonpickingt



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ries to perfection, they cannot be the peel from the fruit and the loose- had a thickly, wrinkled and dark* -

The Olf ail e lfOile. grown in Riverside. Prunes in River- nees of its segments; it was also rec, brownish-yellow skin. On being cut,

side do not do well in Northern ommended as being a very hardy tree they proved to have uncommonly
; up
For theFrARIDA DISPATCH. grog immense in cold weather. They pronounced it large juice-bags and to be very sweet,
California and
THE: : WASHINGTON NAVEL. Oregon they a new orange, a sport, and asked me though quite lacking in "character,"
crojps. to suggest a name for it, which, I did, which latter fact might have been due
Hiversiders Believe in it and Dis- Commenting on Mr.Haight's letter, viz: Tharpe's Trophy. I did not then to the length of time that had elapsed

parage all Southern California which appeared in DISPATCH, the mention the most excellent feature of since they were picked. Dr. Magee,

Where it Does not Succeed.In Valley Echo : the "new orange," which is its early the exhibitor, then intended to plant -

your issue of September 5th, I says ripening qualities. The fruit from this their seeds, and if they came true
be the Anaheim
Now this in
may case tree ripened earlier than any other thereto to propagate the exotic.
notice letter from Mr. Marshall
a is in
but it certainly not true
last fall, and you will notice the samples Mr. J. E. Cutter-who we under
Haight, of Anahiem, Los Angeles, Riverside. Orange growing near the
I send you are beginning to turn stand has now three bearing trees of
Cal. He he has had enough of coast, as in Anaheim, is as distinct for
says yellow, and will soon be ready this variety, and several hundred
the great Washington Navel humbug; from our itself.section as if Anaheim was in shipping. I claim this is the orange young budded trees-has just sent us

that the Washington Navel, or any Florida needed for the northern section of the .several samples of the fruit. His accompanying -
other navel, is not as profitable as In regard to the Navel being a shy orange-growing district. During the note says it is "of strong .

many other varieties with us in Southern bearer, it certainly is not with us. shipping season our growers are undera acid, late (June) maturity, high flavor

California, on ,account of its beinga Tle fruit does not hang on the outer continual strain"< f anxiety and fear i and remarkably refreshing quality all

shy bearer. As a general thing limbs in bunches, as the seedling, but lest a cold snap should come and of which fit it for a summer orange..

those who planted many of them speak is more evenly distributed throughthe freeze their oranges on the trees so they The specimens at hand are shaped
in threes. It
favorably of them ; to do otherwise tree, singly or may rush their fruit off and glut the mar- somewhat like a Rhode Island green ,
look full but it will out"in
would depreciate their property." not as "pan ket, sometimes with unripe oranges, ing apple-slightly flattened at the

In the first place, in his locality no good shape. rather than risk the probability of poles. The skin is thickish and has
remark made the writer
variety of the orange can be grown The by having them freeze on the tree. Now, rather a lumpy surface; the pulp is of
that he is his and
with marked success. As to those digging up we need an early-maturing orange to deep hue, with very delicate mem.
Eureka Lemon shows
who have planted! largely of the replanting with his, avoid this trouble. The Georgia and branes, juicy and highly piquant in
that is with
Washington Navel, if they prove to something wrong trees Alabama orchardist has his June apples flavor.-Pacific Rural Press. ;
be less remunerative to the plantersbut besides their bearing qualities, or else and his October apples, as well as i ..

( this happens not to be the case), he is very poorly acquainted with citrus his different varieties of peaches, that Japanese Orange Trees. ,

they can easily be budded oyer to fruit culture. Because, if. he wishes ripen, some early and some late, from I. H. Thomas received from a San
other varieties to suit. We will say lemons instead of oranges, all he has June to October. Why cannot this Francisco importer twenty-five Japanese -

right here that for years to come (as to do is to bud them over to lemon,and be done with the oranges in Florida ? orange trees for setting out his

in the past), there will be planted in 1 in two years he would have a bearing It can be done, and the growers, espe- orchard east of town. The Japanese

California five trees of the Riverside. lemon orchard on orange root-the cially in this northern section, orange tree is propagated in its native
all the very best kind of a lemon orchard; in climate where the soil '
Washington Navel to one should begin to loot about them country a
other varieties combined, by parties one not subject to gum disease or de for the best varieties as regards both freezes in November and remains

. who have had as wide an experiencein cay.Giving flavor and maturing qualities. Our frozen until February. The tree is
him due credit for
orange culture as Mr. Haight. knowingthis orange consumers are already learn- not easily affected by frost. It is
Florida testimony, Mr. E. H. Hart, the fair supposition is that thereis ing the difference between the different scrubby, seldom reaching a height of

of Federal Point, says: "There are, something radically wrong about varieties, and our old common oranges sixteen feet. The fruit in its first

however, a few trees beginning to his Navel trees, which he has not will soon be on the same plane which years is about two inches in diameter,

bear of the genuine Washington Na- thought best to state. the old horse apple occupies among but in time gets to be three inches in

vel from buds procured from Riverside Whatever may be Mr. Haight's ex- the different varieties of apples in diameter, is seedless, thin-skinned,

and I have several on my own perience, the Riverside people have Georgia and sweet, and brings a better price in
nlace. Whenever I have cut any not yet had enough of the "Great Alabama.W.. H. THARPE. market than the Florida or California
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ripe specimens for people to taste, the- Washington j Riverside Navel Humbug Hawthorn,Fla., September 20, 1887. orange-Tulare (Cal.) Timet.
invariable verdict was that it was the for trees of that variety are sell- An account of the above orange "'- .- --
for $2 to $2.50 each and hard to
ing Seedling Oranges.
best orange they had ever eaten. That appears in our issue for December 13,
get; (of the finest quality) at that. The of the
icr the reason they are planted so exten- champions seedling
1886. The loosely adherent peculiar.
There is other of
sively in California : because they are, no variety equal orange say that the tree is quite as
value here judged the market ity of the rind was not quite as marked -
by stock
wherever grown, without exception, healthy as a sweet top on sour ;
far superior to any other variety.The The Navel brings fully double the in the specimens received this sea- that it will live longer and producemore

Washington Navel trees in price of any other kind, take the sea- son as in those we examined last fruit. In addition, if it should

Riverside bear all the trees can sup- son through.The December, owing, doubtless, to their be killed down by frost, it will springup
seedling is ranging well up in from the roots and make
anpually. What more would again a
port not being fully ripe even in this miniature
value for those who have orchards in ;
reasonable person want? The tree as good as the original in three
any 1 full because the trees condition it was sufficiently
1 bearing, are so
St. Michael ( rind) too years.
much, as also does the Mediteranean. large that the crop is immense, and.-at marked to be characteristic. While The reasons for propagating by bud-
half the price of the Navel, will often the the the stock
Sweet. specimens were not ripe juiceswere ding on sour are:
beat it per acre. But who is going to 1. You have fruit of uniform
Keep the tune going, gentlemen.We palatable and the fruit would can
wait twelve years for these results, excellence such size thinness of
\ ,
Riverside as
will still plant the ,
sell well in the market. As rulewe
when something nearly as good can be a
Washington Navel,and if we can find a skin, sweetness, absence of pulp, and
in six? do not think the fruit would "color
got other that to make
more desirable variety in Florida or good qualities go a
elsewhere, we will have it; we have it In conclusion, we will quote a remark up" on the tree much, if any earlier perfect. fruit

yet to find. C.; S. BURGESS. made to us the other day by an than average mid-season varieties. Its 2. The sour stock is not subject to

Riverside,CaL, Sept. 16th,18S7. experienced nurserymen of Riverside: adherent rind and collar disease and other ailments pecu-
"It is a well-known fact that no varietieS loosely seg- liar to the sweet seedling, and it
Since the foregoing we
of the orange do well at. Ana- ments, together with its excellence in thrives better on low,, wet lands. I
have the following from Mr. Burgess: "
heim.. .other particulars commend Tharpe's 3. By selecting sour seedlings of the

"Enclosed find what Mr. Jas. Roe, t--. Trophy to the attention of fruit growers. i age of three years and budding them
editor of the Valley Echo, says. Mr. .... TROPHY. properly, you may gather specimenfruit

Roe is one of the pioneers of River- Will Mr. Tharpe favor us with the two years afterward, and a crop

side, and is well acquainted with A Claimant for Favor as an Early report of the Committee on Nomenclature for market in four.

Southern California in general. You Orange.I on this variety to which he re We do not allow that a seedling will

send you by to-day's express a fers-ED. F. D. grow larger or produce more than'budded a
can rely upon this statement as being sample of the"Trophy" orange, an account .. tree. We have seen the latter

correct. California has a very diver- of which appeared in your The King Orange. make as large a tree and produce quiteas

sified climate, and what succeeds well paper last December. You will remember Among the curiosities at the River- heavy crops as any seedling. To

one place does not do well in other that the Committee on Nomenclature side Citrus Fair of 1880, our special conclude,from personal observation we
of examined the fruit and correspondent noted a trio of the have known orange growers to gathertwo
localities that is varieties
; some leaves of this orange last fall, whichwas "King orange from Imperial Gardens, and even three crops from an :orchard

fruit might do well in one place, and sent them by Air. R. M.:Cherry, Saigon, Cochin China," obtained of budded trees before a seedling

nearly a failure in another, as in of Ocala. They recommended it highlyon through Hon. John A. Bingham, our: orchard produced. even a partial. :.

Northern California they grow cher- account of :the" easy separation of Minister to,x:Japan., Those. specimens crop.-fort Ogden:-,1 News.. ., : "




17 1887.1 -----=THE :FLORIDA DISPATCH.= 85/

For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. South Florida claim it to be free :and are only from twelve to sixteen Ex-Governor Drew, of our State,
FLORIDA FOR THE SETTLER.. I from frost. The friends of East Flor- years old. The yield of fruit does not raised one hundred and eleven bush:
ida claim their section to be equallyfree correspond with size. As before stated, els of corn per acre. These facts only
The State Compared With California i iTheProftworOmnge from frost as the frost or cold I have used but one kind of manure, show what can be done. The orange
-- snaps are not local, but result only namely, barn-yard. The cultivationhas interest of Florida opens\ one of the
Culture. from cold waves equally covering and been mainly done with the plow.I mast. pleasing and inviting fields for
We have noticed with interest the affecting alike each locality. The have been raising this grove for six practice and experiment known to
discussion of California, Florida and writer having selected East Florida, teen years, planting annually a few I agriculturist or horticulturist. -
Italy as to their capacity as orange Marion county, naturally advocateshis acres, and cultivating by raising field I We can raise the orange tree in its
producing countries. In Europe the own selection as having every ad- crops, till trees attained too much foliage most perfect form with but little out
Mediterranean regions are the true vantage which South Florida offers, to allow such crops to pay, which lay. I have in my management of
citrus centre of that portion of the and many more Conveniences. Herewe wag about the sixth year. I will say Luckenough Grove accomplished veg-
globe. In North America, if facts have the largest wild natural to those who may be disposed to come etable wonders in size and beauty,
have weight, no grounds can be foundto groves; the largest contiguous bodiesof to Florida, that here is one of its great with but small expense to the owners.I .
show why Florida is not the true good lands. Many of the most pro virtues-the raising of crops while the can select 100 trees among 500 of
citrus center of America. We are lific trees are found here. Society is grove maturing.. By judicious culture their oldest trees, now from 12 to:14
ready to admit that Florida has had good and many of the grandest achieve- farm products can be raised in years old, that have a foliage capacityof
t barriers to overcome, such as the frost ments in orange culture have been equal proportion as if no trees were 4,000 oranges per tree. If on five
of 1835, the true effects of which accomplished here, and transportation planted. But don't raise the crop and acres of trees of that age such results
have never been fully understood; the facilities are being carried to nearly lay it by for the balance of the year. can be attained, it shows what a poor
disadvantages of marketing our fruit, every door. As soon as gathered continue the man can do here in Florida, if one
and the failures of so many who, in There is yet undeveloped in Fast culture, for the first year or so, the starts on the right track and keeps the
the early starting of the orange inter- Florida large areas of as fine orange orange row, any how. Luckenoughgrove wheels in the proper ruts. This 'constitutes -
est in Florida, front not understandingproper soils as originally existed, save natural by this system, was raised up the gist of Florida life. Make
methods of culture and soils, wild groves. These have been devel- I to the tenth year, costing but little proper stnrts by selecting proper soils;
made serious blunders and failures. oped.Some. outlay. Orange culture here in Flor. then follow business rules, and successis
Experience and time have fully dem- of the finest orange soils can ida is.only partially understood. Only as certain as time roils onward, or
onstrated that the doubts arising from be found in a belt of country extend- few have attained good success, but as day follows night.
destruction by frost no longer exist, ing from Atlantic to Gulf, including the field is open for emulation, and it I have often wondered why the
and, as to certainty of perfect successin portions of Putnam, Southern Alachua is one of the most inviting and en- laboring millions whose life is spent
orange :culture, as a profitable busi-- Levy, Marion, Sumter, Volusia, I couraging in the whole field of agri- )n farms, making but their annual
ness, no question can truthfully arise St. Johns and Orange. culture and horticulture.I supplies and following this one routine
either. The largest wild groves were foundin will give a_ sample, showing its year after year, waste their life, when
With these facts as the legitimate Sumter and Marion, respectively, encouragment. The Speer grove, one they can come to Florida, follow the
foundation to build upon, on Panasoffkee Orange Lakes. The among the oldest in the State has same course of labor, raise their an-
with the promixity of Florida to orange is not indigneous to Florida, Q given this. marvelous result* but onlv mf nual supplies, too, and at the same
the best orange markets, no true but was imported by original navigators bY'' special culture. By an applicationof time, and on the same soil, raise groves
cause or grounds can be shown why who probably distributed the a ton of fertilizer per acre, on seven which will be rich legacies to their
Florida is not the most desirable locality seed among the Indians, and their acres last year, the net profit was over children as well- as fortunes to them-
i! of the two citrus fruit centers of judgment seems to have been well $9,000. Think of this, reader. Such selves. One hundred well-cared-for-
North America. We do not pretendto founded when they selected East wonderful results on se ren acres. orange trees is a good fortune. :
deny or question the capacity or the Florida for the orange. Whether or It settles an important question that A. L. C.
adaptability of either of these two not they were familiar with that law our enemies have been using againstthe Orange Spring, Fla.,Sept.26,1887.
centers, Florida and Californa. These of nature which makes vegetation State as a successful orange State. We think our correspondent undoubtedly
facts are fairly demonstrated. Then, I adapt itself to seasons and surround-, A grove forty years old still producing correct in his conclusionthat
as both have suitable soils for the I ings we can't say, but it seems they hit such.splendid results. It demonstrates, one need have no fear of overpro-
orange, the question with the immi--' the. nail squarely on the head. too, another important fact; it shows duction, but he is in error concerningthe
grant will be as to convenience to The seasons being shorter here, the the unknown hidden wealth of the relative quantity of oranges imported -
markets and economy in purchase of orange readily adapts itself thereto. State, and what a splendid future as compared with the Florida
lands, production of fruit, and spe- Takes its two months rest, thereby awaits us. Cynics may say the orange product. Florida produces about halfas
cially, which locality gives most de- preparing itself for those prolific crops business will be overdone. Why, many boxes as are brought here
sirablehomes. For the majority of people BO common in this belt. The vege- Boston alone, if statistics be.true, and from foreign ports.ED. F. D.
Florida unquestionably offers the table kind need rest, as well as the there is no reasonable questioning of .
greatest inducement for many reason animal. Notwithstanding the most them, imports more foreign fruit by For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
Lands are cheaper, so is labor and pro prolific trees have been found here, ithas double the quantity than the entire Preventing Rust.
visions. Then the masses of the people been the result of these advan- yield !of the State. I will also, mentiontwo The past three years I have had
'!If who only have small means should tages, and not by special applicationsof acres owned by Dr. Jelks, of the care and management of a small
certainly come to our -State. Lands the rules of the intensive system of Hawkinsville, Ga. This grove is located orange: grove near me, located'upon
here vary in prices ranging from $1.25to scientific horticulture. But here let in Sumter county. By an application light, sandy soil. Each year out of
$150 per acre. These prices are me say a most beautiful field opens of a ton of special. orange 500 boxes of fruit 90 per cent. were
dependent on quality of soil and lo- itself to practice or experiment. In manure to sixty trees, they yielded a i. russetts. Last January I made an
cation. this belt some of the oldest trees in net of $4,700. Tae Doctor has other application of 500 pounds of ground
In the sparsely and remote portionsof the State are found. The -product of groves, but this grove of sixty trees is bane .with 10 per cent potash and the
the southern portions of the .State many of them has reached the wonderful a pet, and being trees in full bearingage same ()f common salt, per acre. In
yet in its virgin state, and away from -amount----- of-. 8.000 tn 12000-- he made it an experimental one, July I made the same applicationbroad
transportation, cheap prices,prevail.In oranges per season without any particular realizing the above most satisfactory casting and plowing under each
the improved and thickly popu- method of culture. It is true as well as wonderful results. Why, time. This season I will)] get 700 boxes,
lated sections, high prices rule. It is they grew in yards, and received the seventy-eight dollars per tree _equal' 95 per cent. bright, thin skin, smooth.
.. a matter of choice with the settler benefit of fertilization, such as usually a gold mine. Messrs. Hall, of Marion, fruit. _
.. which location selected.If enrich them. It is good as far as the Atkinson and Orman, of Alachua, The cultivation has been the. same
be is willing to undergo the disadvantages application of its special ingredientsgo. have gathered as high as 10,000 per each year-clean culture.
of frontier life, he can procure The fertilization of yards tends to tree. I have gathered as high as '" F. D. POOSER.
lands at the low prices mentioned.A wood growth more than to the fruit thirty-one boxes from one tree. *The Ocala, Fla.,October.8.,.1fL81.
frontier life is attended with many. producing quality, as they are too reader must not, by any means,under The Mediterranean Sweet is the
disadvantages, euch as scarcity of largely ammoniated manures. Your stand me to wish to convey the idea heaviest bearer of all the oranges
labor, high rates for the necesities of'correspondent is superintendent of that such splendid results are common.I grown in California. This is one
life, and no society. Luckenough Grove, Orange Spring!, only wish to show what can be done. strong objection to the tree, as it is
The settler has a large scope of f and in making this grove has used almost David Dickson, of Georgia, years ago necessary to thin the fruit out or ,it
country to select from both in East exclusively barn yard manures promulgated a system of cotton culture will break the limbs when ripening
and South Florida. Which of these and muck. The: quality of soil is pine by which one and more bales times comes.Rural Californian.
two sections offering best advantages land, known as willow and black oak could be raised per acre. Others took .
for oranges seems yet undecided. Many soils. The wood growth of these advantage of the ideas. and even excelled There is a lemon tree at Welaka
claim South Florida; others,with verycogent trees is marvelous. Many\ of them are Mr. Dickson. Judge Harde- with 3,000 fine lemons upon it. This
reasons, claim best advantages I vegetable wonders. They equal in size way, of Georgia, raised one hundredand tree was not hurt much by the cold
found in East. The advocates oi f t many of the oldest trees i in the State, forty bushels of oats per acre ;: weather two years ago.OCTOBEB .-Ex.

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l. .
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;'1'4= that any man can learn it in a day. your way for the time, taking along pigs, matured on a dirt farm, neverfail
L' ;!%: $\\e fann, Almost any town would support a lit your basket of grass. If the wind blows to die with the cholera in August.
f. ... ,', .. tie factory, or, as is often done, the cover your basket and suffer no strag- When I farm on paper I can put
.:II' "TIf ,.."" BROOM CORN.A .'T farmer might make up his own corn, gling piece, belt never so short, to es-. down my expenses on one side and
,,,;..f ,,-/'; and supply his local market, for, unlike cape. Find a good dry pile of brush my profits on the other,and if I see

t Profitable Crop for Florida. most manufactured articles, division and place the grass thereon-fire the my ex pi nsts are likely to overrun my
? ;Among 1:< the very promising crops of labor and machinery cannot pile..' profits I can rub out and begin anew;
such that this for few but when I farm in the dirt
make changes one man can Repeat operation a my expenses -
for :Florida J.: regard broom corn as
t ? : not make a broom about as economically years and note the result. Should always get there first and rub
one of, the first importance. The as many men can make a great you find at the end of the third yeara out my profits. When I farm on paper
p whole family to which it belongs number. diminished growth, persevere! caution I can always' look neat and clean,

seems well adapted to our soils and I have written of the broom corn extra). keep my hands white and tender,have
conditions. The sorghums, Asiatic business as a Florida crop, for Florida Watch every rod of ground you my (boots blacked and eat at the first
and it be and will find here table when wife has city
consumption, can never own carefully, you my company;
: and African well)) I have
grow as more than that. Our fields are too and there an outpost where you least but when I farm in the dirt I have to
:; proven, with little .or no. .fertilizersand small, our variety of products too expect it. wear big mud boots and use the forks

.I: leas l care. Broom corn is one of great, to allow farm crops to cut much It occus to me that some one made of the road for a bootjack, my hands
those crops in which little is removed figure in the commercial world. I of inquiry for cassava. I have an acre- chap and look as rough as dogwood

from',the.soil, and with a reasonably course do not include the early vege- have cultivated cassava four successive mauls, and I have to hide out in the
table crops, for I think the future full years, and find it invaluable for woodshed until company leaves and
fertile soil with it be
to start may of promise, notwithstanding tempo- my uses. Wonderfully productiveand eat at the second table.
continuously grown. Judging from rary difficulties in the line of excessive easily cultivated. The stalk is .. .
my experience with sorghum, I con- freights and commissions.In the seed and must be banked before For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.
clude that by rattooning, two goodcrops'may my next I will speak of culture, frost gets too severe. The root must Stock Raising in Leon County.
be had in a season, the two and sheds and appliances for curing be dug as wanted. Exposure to air Our correspondents,Schrader Broth

yielding 1,200 to 1,600 weight of and manufacture. for two or three days damages it seri ers, of the Waverly Stock Farm,

brush. To produce' the finest qualityof D. R. PILSBURY. ously. Yours, truly, near Tallahassee, in a recent personal
brush the seeds are not allowed to M. L. WOOD.
ripen, and the stalks, blades and immature For the FLORID DISPATCH. Address after November 1st, Mi- letter, take occasion to say:
Eradicating Bermuda Grass-Cas- From visits to several of the
seeds are, or may be, returnedto canopy, Fla. paid
the soil, so it seems more than sava, etc. Central New York, Oct.4, 1887. most prominent breeders of cattle in
probable that a moderate manuringwith Jack Frost (he of the celebrated this county, we find them all well pre-
cotton seed meal at the outset : "frost line,") has spent his summer Farming on Paper and in Dirt. pared to winter their cattle and havea

and light dressings of bone thereafter, North, and on his return passage has A correspondent of the Farmers surplus of fine hay, etc., to sell.
would increase the fertility of the Home Journal says: They all seem disposed to retain young
his ticket endorsed for ofa
and increase their milk
land.I Some farmers have had excellent stock yield,
know of but one drawback to con- few days and has been.... busily occu in their on and we feel warranted in saying that
tinuous cropping, and that is the pied in landscape painting. His old- success planting crops pa- Florida will shortly be astonished at
per, while others have had a most deplorable Leon We find a'
county's products.
;" slowness with which the stalks and time companion,Boreas, has overtaken
stubs decay. This may not prove so him and the lovely autumn tints are failure in planting their crops general awakening to the importance (:!

serious a difficulty here as North, being ruthlessly swept before the chill in the dirt. Some men farm. out in of keeping cattle even if only for their
where frost and cold step in and occupy ing blast into the general wreck of the rural districts, while others farmon manure, and we think ere long every
about all the time between harvesting departed glory and faded beauty. of their orange grower will also possess a num-
one crop and planting an Facing southward, our backs to the the public squares country ber of fine milch.cows..
Some farm in the dirt -_
towns. men ,
other, more or less completely arrest pitiless, pelting, chilling rain, we, too, r
ing decay. Florida should raise her are thinking of falling into line and while others farm on paper. I am E. D. M. Perkins, of Crown Point,

own brooms, just as she should her following robin, black bird, blue bird, one of the latter class of farmers, andI has the champion pumpkin vine of

own hay, meat any many other things.A to the home of the mocking bird, have made money and experienced this section, and probably of the State.
good broom can be put on the mar- leaving behind us cough, cold, catarrh less farming than I The seed was never planted, but the
ket for less than fifteen cents, whilewe and chill of winter. As the weeks of worry paper vine grew volunteer fashion and with-
twice that Brush have'in the dirt. When I farm in fertilizer. The vine ia eleven inches
pay or more. our sojourn one after another have out -
for five hundred brooms, at least, can passed, the FLORIDA DISPATCH has the dirt the rains and the drouths always in circumference, and from it fully

be grown on an acre. I leave the greeted us with its ever interestingpages play a high hand in success or $5 worth of pumpkins have been sold.
figuring to the farmer. Let him de- of wit and wisdom, navel warfare failure of my crop, but when I farmon Oakland Sun..

termine whether he can afford to notes and queries, marketing a sheet of foolscap paper, with a Shade Reynolds has a crib full of \

grow a crop costing as little for fertil oranges, et aleBermuda pencil for a plow, the rains or drouth corn, 1,300 orange trees in good con-
izer, as improving to his soil and as grass, too, has had its don't affect my crop any more than dition, plenty of horses, hogs, cattle,
healthful his share of attention but will bear lit- in the would
to purse. a spitting ocean change chickens, etc.-in fact,he has as muchas
The great broom corn fields of the tle more without overdoing. :the ebb or,flow of its tide. farmers in Kentucky and

country now are the wide plains west Experience will increase knowledge, i February is the proper month in Tennessee average, and yet some people say a
of the Missouri. The vast region that but he who takes lessons sometimes the year to farm on paper, because. it Cracker don't know how to farm.-
we old men remember as marked on 'pays a high price for tuition. I have is too cold and wet to farm in the Lnlceland Cracker.
the maps we studied, "The Great learned how to plant Bermuda, ow dirt. I can sit down by a big warm
American Desert," lying between the to cultivate and how to eradicate it, fire of a cold, wet day in February, Mr. J. G.Stokes, of near the Devil's
Arkansas river and the Missouri, as it and as a rule, if you have good or take a sheet of foolscap paper and a Mill Hopper, brought to our office
winds westward, far up in Dakota, is medium soil, you will easily win suc- five-cent lead pencil, and make more Saturday two of the largest and finest
now, as it will be for months to come, cess in the planting) and cultivation, clear money farming in one day specimens of the festive sweet potato
sending out thousands of car loads of and if you have any special use for than any man in the country can that we have seen this year. The two '
"brush," labeled "Firsts, "Seconds the land, you will ceitainly wish to make farming on 500 acres of the best weighed eight pounds, one weighing
"Twisted," bound for the great dis learn the third accomplishment. land in one whole year. Last Febru- 5J.Gainesville Advocate.

tributing centers. Chicago and Philadelphia The first two are so easily learned ary a year ago I farmed one whole
Sugar cane is becoming sweet, andas
are great broom corn markets that I will only give you my plan. for day on paper, using a pencil for a there is a considerable area planted -
Boston takes share and eradication. and then the balance of
a great plow, spent
"long swee'nin" will be plenty this
Florida and First and the in the dirt. Christmas ,
housekeepers deftly dailyI having }Jrovided'spade I year farming winter.
presume-wield that exceedingly basket locate the piece of ground you I compared notes,,and to my sur-
handy and useful article, to the mak- wish to clear and draw a circle or prise, I found I had made three dol-- Farmers have most of their corn

ing of which the wide awake farmerof mark the outer boundarycarefullygather lars per acre on my paper farm whereI gathered. .... _. .. .
the treeless and fenceless western every root or branch on the had lost two dollars per acre on my
plains, the lumberman of Ohio or In- surface putting it in the basket, after dirt farm. On a paper farm I can Old residents in localities where Mala-
ria prevails seldom have regular chills
diana, and the mechanic of so'me eas- which spade up the whole to a depthof average 800 pounds of seed cotton per and therefore don't suspect Malaria as
tern city have contributed. eight or ten inches, being careful to acre, while on a dirt farm I only made the cause of their discomfort. A dose or
The management of the crop is pick from each spadeful as raised to the 500 pounds halt of which is dog tail. two of Shallenberger's Antidote for Malaria

simple enough; the, harvesting, cleaning surface, every,root long or short, depositing On paper I can n ake a litter of pigs the, taken functions at bed-time to would restoreall
',and drying quite as easy, and as before in the basket. This dropped in March average 300 net in solutely safe in any,dose.perfect Sold Drug.Ab-
making a broom to simple a process done, level the ground nicely.and go November, while that same litter of g15 t3. _"t"-" ..;..o



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of the year, while some one crop, as the on every hand. Let those who do not Transplanting Cabbage Plants.,

Qarden. orange, the lemon, the grape, the sugar know how to proceed write, stating the In your issue of July 2d,it is stated
cane, etc., or market gardening, may points on which they desire informa that cabbage plants should be trans-
For the FLORIDA DISPATCH: and should be the chief reliance for tion. Let those who have tried their planted after a good rain, or if trans-
THE: HOME GARDEN. income, the special crop should not be hand at cultivation write, stating (their planted in a drought should after-
permitted to absorb the whole atten mode of procedure and results, wards be watered. I raise about 100-
Its Importance as One of the Amen- tion. While each devotes his chief whether successful or otherwise, and 000 heads of cabbage every year, and
ities of Life. energy to? some specialty, he should grand progress will be speedily made. have raised them extensively for
As will be seen by my previous remember that the every day welfare SHERMAN ADAMS. thirty years, and my experience has

articles, I deem the Home Garden to and happy attractiveness of the home GabrIella-,Flat . taught me to avoid advice based upon
be the moat iwportant feature of life ought to be the pivotal point. The For the FLORIDA DI8P TOH. ..the above statement. I never water
home is the true centre, and to its How to Succeed.As and
in this State, yet, alas, it has been thus and maintainanceall II. cabbage plants never transplantthem
proper development writer in after rain. I sometimes
a new departmentof a good
far the most neglected industry of fair other interests and pursuits shouldbe your
after rain when the
transplant slight
I fear I shall a
gardening come moreas
and balmy Florida, though the con- made to converge. It should be ground is just dampened.I .
the Rome to which all roads lead. a beggar asking for favors than one
ditions of soil and climate are so favor- plow the earth fresh and then
-- But of residence who I have devoted
able that the home garden can easilybe though a place brings gifts. a transplant immediately before the top
made to yield a continuous harvestof however humble or however grand large part of my attention to the dries ; that is, transplant the same day
and elegant, that lacks a very productive orange tree, as have many others in the plowing is done, commencing to
health-giving products every month, kitchen garden, and an attrac-
the for after
plow ground cabbage
every week, and even every day in tive yard of flowers, may be a place of! Orange and Lake counties. I have noon, and if very dry, quite late in
the year. abode, yet, in the true sense of the seen and tried enough to know it pays, the afternoon, and just as soon as the
The home garden has been my word,.it is not a home. As I travel but if I offer my services to the publicI ground is plowed I transplant. Thus
over the country from the Atlantic to must work when need the have from
they me, or plants twelve to twenty
especial.hobby from my earliest yean,
the Gulf I
pained by
am being com-
hours before the
not at all. And then the vegetableor start ground dries or
and the superior excellence of his gar- pelled daily to note how few are the the sun strikes them.

den was always the especial pride of real, true homes notwithstanding the flower garden must wait. And When the earth plows up very dry,I
unequalled advantages here affordedby they do not want to wait any more
my paternal ancestor. ,His gardenwas commence plowing and setting out the
both soil and climate. It is evi than children chickens the stock.
or or plants late in the afternoon and
always a few days, and often a sometimes *
dent that there is funda-
something We are apt to say in reference to wa- "puddle" the plants, that is, put
few weeks ahead of those of his .neighbors -
mentally but it is a that
wrong wrong them first in
"Another time water and then in dry
tering: a more con-
while they always expressed their may be easily righted. The cure_ has I the
plaster. never wet ground,since
surprise at the superior excellence of already commenced, and I gladly note venient season ;j" fertilizing, plowing : such a practice in dry weather causes
a wonderful improvement, ,during the "I think that will do." It will not do
his products. My mother has alwayshad the surface to harden and to bake.
few The number of true if not thorough complete. Well
past years. we Seldom
perhaps not one in
an intense a deep and abidinglove year
homes is and I feel assured want first seedbeds
increasing, ,some propagating twenty, do we have the earth too dryto
for flowers and ornamental plants that the information so widely dissem houses or boxes, where such seed as
transplant cabbage, frequentlywe
and had from her earliest years devoted inated by the FLORIDA DISPATCH is will bear transplanting may be planted are troubled with the earth beingtoo
her energies to their production, destined to work a wonderful and thicker than in the field, where wet. Setting out cabbage with
inspired by no other motive than! the much-to-be-deaired improvement in they can have good care and a good wet earth, the whole is apt to., be
desire have them about her the homes well in the derived start before Tomatoes
to always _' a@ as profits being out. packed about the roots and plants,
in abundance, and she has always had from the staple products of the pepper, cabbage, cauliflower come and if followed by dry weather, the
remarkable of State. under this head but I have '
that in
degree !success never seen earth will harden around the.plant
their cultivation that almost invariably As the vigor, und in a great measure any good success with onions, beets, and injure its growth.CharUs P.
accompanies an absorbing love of the success, of the individual depends carrot, cucumbers, melons, etc., when Sanders. in Am. Cultivator. -. ,
any ennobling pursuit. She has had upon the condition of his stom- set out. They should, in my opinion t-.-4
some difficulty in adapting the knowl- ach, in like manner does the well- be planted where grown, and thickly The.JumpingBean.. "
edge acquired in a life long experience being and happiness of the family enough to admit of thinning out, Our Louisiana correspondent
at the North to the soils and depend upon the condition of the throwing away the extra plants. The E. L. St. Ceran, horticultural editorof
climate conditions of Florida, but is kitchen garden. Many' people here, opposite holds good of tomatoes, etc., the South Illustrated, of New Or-
achieving a noteworthy degree of sue and especially the women folks, who, which thrive better when transplantedthan leans, a few days since exhibited in
cesB. attempting to live without a garden, when left where they come up the Times-Democrat Office a most remarkable -
Hence, considering my inherited are discontented, restless and unsatisfied first. Now, pick out a piece of land, curiosity. It was what is
tendencies,,coupled with a half centuryof would have been happily content not so, large but that you can attend known as the Mexican jumping bean,
practical experience,you will hardly and prosperous had they been the to it thoroughly, plow it and put on a and came from Hermosillo, Mexico.In .
be surprised that I deem the home, the possessors of fine productive gardens. ton of cotton seed meal per acre, and shape and looks it is somewhatlike
kitchen and the flower garden, to be They began with the field, the grove- harrow it well, and make your rows, a section of the seed of the Mes-
my hobbies, especially if it can be when they should have commenced and put in some more fertilizer: some pilus plum, and its color is a rich
realized how much I have missed these with the home-the garden. It was good compost will do as well as themeal bronze. The bean grows within a -
necessary and delightful concomitants an ambition that overleaped itself, im- and the more cow, horse and shell, the perfect sphere being divided
since life removal the almost irresistible hen manure it contains the better. A
renewing my by pelled by glamour into three sections, making each part
from the far North to this delicious of the trees laden with golden good rule for fertilization pulverization somewhat like a coffee bean in shape,
climate, to this fair State whose won- fruit. They were hardly to be blamed, I think, is the old lady's rule for but longer.
derful possibilities ized by her inhabitants. they saw nearly all were doing as they all the sugar your conscience will let sion of the pea or bean begins a se
Orange and lemon groves are all did, viz: neglecting everything else you, then shut your eyes and put in ries of irregular jumps, making some-
very well, are very desirable, and are for the grove. Besides, knowledge was some sugar." So, in fertilizing, plow- times an eighth of an inch at each
sure to be a source of great and per very chaotic in regard to the growingof ing, harrowing, hoeing and attention, bound, but-usually the leaps were not
manent wealth to the State, but I J vegetables and other varied desir- do not be afraid of your 'labor. Put more than a sixteenth of an inch. In
:a. know of no country or State that has able fruits. on as much as'you can afford, an erratic way they coursed for a con-
secured great development by the de- The especial attention that you pro- then put on a little more. Now, if siderable distance, sometimes turning
votion of the people to one staple ''pro. pose to give to the garden is.a grand your soil is in a good condition, and entirely over. They were restless and
duct, whether it be sugar, cotton, corn, 1 and intelligent step in the right direc- damp from recent rain, put in your hardly stopped their motion.
wheat or oranges. Communities devoted tion, and I assure you of my most seeds, carefully consulting the columnsof Mr. St. Ceran stated t that they growon
solely to one staple crop are, as hearty and earnest co-operation. The the DISPATCH or other good paperas vines and are easily propagated.
far as I have been able to learn, old song says, "What is home withouta to the kind of seed in season. Remember -.H
usually impoverished in the long run, mother?" We all know that sucha that one good thing is as goodas The large acreage of strawberries
though they may gain a transient success home is not complete; it lacks a very several l poor things, for your own planted here will create a demand for
at the start. Therefore, the true important factor. A home without a use, and better for sale. pickers next spring. Three or four
secret of lasting .prosperity is to be garden is in almost as deplorable a VAN EPPS HOWARD. hundred will be needed in the heightof
found in diversified industries, in utile state. The garden adds largely not t the season. Poor families having a
izing all the varied means of income only to the comfort and enjoyment of To raise vegetables, sell all your number of children would find on op-
that the situation will permit. living but also greatly promotes the property and buy fertilizers and a portunity to pick up a considerable
Here in Florida, where fruits and general health. Success,then,to "The wind mill and you can raise anything, amount of pocket money in this settlement .

vegetables are maturing, at all. seasons. Garden." Let gardens, be multiplied" 'i....' even a mortgage.. .' H..O., A.: next spring.-Starie Telegraph.

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\S;** smaller than the type. We have been generally cultivated. Few of our Leaves three to five inches wide, flow-

0mamental) J4oticuiture. gathered flowers of this variety near people even know its name. ers yellow and three to four inches

.I. .! Hammonton, N. J., that were not During the meeting of the Florida wide.I .
BY W. O. BTEELE. nurserymen at Orlando, last February, do not. mean the nelumbo or
} larger than a silver dollar. In the
a branch was submitted to the mem- water chinquapin(Nelumbium luteum),
.M Calliopsis, or Coreopsis. Western States, Nymph odorata is bers for a name, but none of them which has pale yellow flowers five to

This is one of the few annuals that superseded by Nymph tuberoaa. know what it was. And yet the press six inches across, and leaves one to

we, know to do well in Florida, and This is very similar in general appear- speaks of the honorable brotherhoodas two feet, depressed in the centre, and
an exceedingly intelligent body of by called "bonnets."
but there is marked differencein some
can recommend for general cultiva- ance, a
Mr. Theo. L. Mead finally
men. rec-
Should be pleased to hear from
the roots and the blossoms are not
'tion.: ognized it. He has since joined the one who knows where the desired
:They require very little care and will quite as fragrant.In association,and now the verdict of the plant grows. WALTER N. PIKE.

grow in almost any soil. The colors this State the most common variety newspapers may be allowed to stand Floral Park,Long Island,N.Y.,Bept.29,W.
because his accession to their ranks
is flava. The leaves
w .Nymphsea We shall be very glad to welcomeMr.
will give so much higher general aver-
and flowers are exactly like those of age of gumption upon a balance being Pike to a home in Florida, and

.' the white varieties, except that the struck. still! more so to a place among the regular -

flows rs are lemon-color and both flowers UP-RIVER CORRESPONDENT.September contributors. Indeed, we wouldbe

and ]leaves are much smaller. 29th. .9.. glad to hear from more of our

Any one living on the bank of a For the FLORID DISPATCH. readers. Thereare many of them

b river, lake or pond having a muddy Floral Notes. who might write very interest-

bottom, might easily cultivate many Instead of there being "something ing accounts of their successes and

of these beautiful species. Nineteen wrong" with Imogene's Cyclamen, is failures. The latter, though not
varieties are catalogued by E. D. it not more likely 'she has some other so pleasant to recall by those whose
than C. Per8 its
t species cum, or garden
P Sturtevant, the water lily specialist of forms, BO commonly cultivated? efforts are not crowned with success,

New Jersy. The leaves of C. Graecum are not are very instructive, and often more
j For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. developed until after the flowers whichare valuable than any account of the most

u. CALLIOPSIS. The Barbadoes Gooseberry.On pure white ,with a bright purple] satisfactory results would be.
at the' base. It is native of.the
arerich, bright and varied, ranging going out betimes this morningin spot mountains of Greece. a Plumbago capensis\ is quite commonin

through all the shades of yellow and search of the desirable worm, which C. Neapolitanum produces white or the door yards of Florida, but we

orange, with occasionally crimson -alas for that unfortunate reptileissaid red flowers with a bright violet purple have never seen,it trained as a climber,

markings or spots, and rich, velvety to reward early risers, an over- spot at the base-leaves developed be- but simply as a bush, and usually nota
centers of reddiEh brown. Our illustration powering fragrance almost took away fore the flowers disappear. Native of very large one. It is hardy in ordi-
fHyp*n"" Central and Southern Europe, and nary winters ; as we had none at the
gives a very good idea of their my breath. Mingled with the agree-
widely dispersed.September time, we cannot say whether it was
appearance.,, able appeared the consciousness of a and October are the killed] by the severe cold of January,
.J 4.,. n Water. Lilies.4 subtile, indescribable and unearthlyodor periods given for the blooming of C.. 1886, or not. Should be glad to hear
suggesting ,the witching fumes of Africanum, and the leaves not fully from some of our readers on this ques-
i!We give an illustration of a blossom censers swung in a heathenish sanctu- developed until December. Flowers tion. .

,' bud and leaf of a water lily of ary. The busy bees were abroad in white or red tinted, with a bright pur- Nymph flava is quite common in
the Nymph family. There are full 1 force, and the joyous hum of my- ple spot at the base. Native of the the St. Johns river near this settle-
riad wings testified to their delightand calcareous mountains of Algeria.
other aquatic.. plants whose blossoms activity. The Pereskia aculeata With O. Cilicicum, C. coum, C.: ment.We have never seen Nelumbium
ale often called water lilies, such as had suddenly burst into bloom. Imag- Europium; O. Ibericum, G. Per8 cum luteum in Florida, though we have
the common yellow water lily of the ine a soft and succulent vine as ramb-- and C. repandum the leaves are con- heard that it wan found in the St.

North. Nuphar adrena. Nelumbium ling and thorny as the Cherokee rose, temporary with the flowers. Johns river.-ED. HORT.
,luteum j is also frequently called a water thickly clad in fleshy leaves of the O. album punctatum, C aleppicum .
deepest green, and every sprig and and C. giganteum are merely garden Poinciana Pulcherrima.We .
,lily, but usually when any one branch tipped with clusters of creamy forms of C. Persicum.I find the following in Park's
speaks of a water lily, some member white cactus flowers about the size ofa particularly interested in this Floral
This shrub is
silver dollar; and, indeed,strange as department of the DISPATCH, as flow- very
H it may seem, this vine, so different in ers are a passion with me; and Floridamy common in the dooryards of Orange
habit and structure from the cacti, is prospective home. It is a marvelto county, but is it true that it is found
yet so nearly allied as to be used by me that the cultivation of flowers growing wild either there or elsewhere
nurserymen for a stock upon which:to is so neglected in a, State where the in the State?
graft some species of epiphyllum. Am
are so grand. pleased
It is a native of the West India to learn that Rhyncaspermum Jasmin- This is a very showy, woody, native
Islands, where it is familiarly known oides is so easily and succesfully grownin shrub. The flowers have very long
as Barbadoes gooseberry, and the the open air. The result must be stamens and pistil. It is as hardy as
the old Rose Geranium and I should
small yellow fruits profusely borne, grand compared with those obtainedat ,
think that it would be
are there used for culinary purposesin the North where everything must very popularwith
that class of who deal in
the same way as tho real gooseberries be limited to the dimensions of people
flowers. A in full
showy large plant
northern climates. In this lati. window greenhouse
or conserva-
WATER LILY. bloom makes the fish look
:: tude, however, the fruits are never tory. There is a lovely variegatedform
of the genus Nympbse is meant. Our seen unless, at long intervals, a winter that makes a beautiful contrast po Orange r. Co.Fla.,July 12,1887.Miss E. R. ill
native varieties: of Nymphsea are all free from frost permits them to develop I have sent five plants of > 4 -
very r much alike, varying only.slightly and ripen. The vine itself is both "on before" to await my coming ; Tritoma Grandiflora.The .
in size and color of the flowers quite tender, and will not even bloom also many other choice plants that I Tritomas are all hardy in
unless carried safely through win will be write about
one pleased to at some
Florida and bloom much
Most of the readers of the DISPATCHwho ter. So sensitive are the flowers to future time, the editor willing. more freely .
came from the North are familiar light that they modestly close up and Has anyone in Florida tried Plum- than at the North. Of the variety

with some variety of the water lily. hide their faces when the sun rises, bago Gapensis as an outdoor; climber? above named, The Mayflower says :
';Nymphcea odorata is the most com- and the pleasure of viewing them is It produces its large panicles of lovely This is one of the grandest of all
vouchsafed to no sluggard, except oa lavender-blue flowers nearly all winter, herbaceous plants. Though not hardy
mon species in New England and the a damp and cloudy day. The wise and is truly grand. If hardy there, a enough to stand the winter,it is easily
Middle States. In some places a sub- bees seem to know this, and were up tree covered with it would prove a preserved by protection, or by wintering
variety, rosea, with rose-colored flow- and at work upon it at the first faint moat magnificent spectacle.I in & cellar or pit. When in bloomit
ers, is found. In New Jersey another streak of dawn. am very anxious to procure some is one of the most strikingly beau-
sub-variety, Nymph odorata minor The Pereskia aculeata is no novelty roots of the yellow water lily, Nymph tiful plants in cultivation. It blooms
,here, being occasionally found in, old a Flava and have many choice freely during summer and fall,..even'met with occasionally ; in this- both gardens; but by reason of its liabilityto plants to offer in exchange. It growsin after severe frosts which do not kill it.
leaves and flowers are very much lose thetops every winter, has not the St. Johns river and at Miami. We advise all to try it. -

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the first attempt at grubbing them these rains until it is hard and smoothas For the FLORIDA DISPATCH.

)'ioIIle Interests. out will assure you that you have a floor, and quite easily swept. Butter Making. *
found something, the like of which Do you have no sod? Oh yes, but i I Editor Home Interests:
BY MRS. E. A. HILL. you never saw before, and the wonder you must not expect it from seed, but Having a daily supply of from eightto

For the FLORIDA DI8P'ToIL I will increase in your mind as you from roots of a suitable variety of nine quarts of milk,I have a strong

Prom Illinois to Florida-Part IV.. proceed, how you can find room on grass, such as Bermuda, St.Augustinegrass desire to try butter-making for home
I top of the ground to pile them. Indeed I etc. It will spring up at once. use, if at all practicable. Can any of
BY H. C. RUBE. the palmetto root is the No shade? To whom could such an
readers offer advice the
In this section orchards large andsmall wonder and the misery of the erroneous report be accredited? Thereis your me as to

representing, many of them, all hammock land owner; for, to eradi- not much shade I admit in a tall best kind of churn to use and any

the owners possessed in worldly goods cate them every inch of ground pine tree with no limbs on it, but we suggestions that practical experience
must come under the grubbing hoe at have here the magnificent live-oak, would supply.I .
as well as years of hard labor, were cut an expense if hired of twenty-five dol- also] .water-oaks and other indigenousshade have been told that the ordinary

down in a night by frost, compellingthe lars per acre. After the large roots trees, ad infinitum; while the method amongst the natives is to put

owners to return to the city and are grubbed out, piled and burned, a beautiful umbrella tree is a very rapid the milk into a bottle and let the

ply the trade, the clerkship or the harrow is passed several times over the grower and makes a dense shade, ornamenting children run round the house with it
ground to pull out the rootlets, which almost every yard. until the butter forms, but I fear my
profession which they had abandoned
are then raked off. ,. .- little ones would be against this when
when embarking upon the precarioussea. That done, ashes is hauled from For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. once the novelty had worn off. ,My

Exactly across the river from some neighboring saw-mill at an expense Prickly Heat. only experience in this line, has been

here, in plain view from ,my .desk at of twenty-five cents or more per Editor Home Interests: when driving a long distance we have

this moment is such a place. There is cart load, which is sifted over the landto "H.I wish K." the say to your heat"contributor which, carried with us a supply of milk for
'' take out the "sourness" as it is "prickly refreshment to find that particles of
a >warehouse and a landing leading termed; but it seems to me the real troubles her can easily be managed. butter had formed in the bottle. But
from it into the river which has evidently benefit is in the extermination of the When I first came to the State it wasa seriously speaking, is it practicablewith

been used at some time for worms and bugs that infest new landto great trouble to me. It was so badon this small supply of milk, to make

shipping purposes. Let us sail across, the detriment of growing crops. my lower extremities that 1 could butter at home. I may add that the
The land is now ready for the : hardly walk. They were so badly milk is from ordinary Florida cows,
,and for ourselves I crop
see ; as supposed'an swelled that the skin could scarcely
after one very important item is at- fed morning and night with bran and
abandoned orange grove, and sucha tended to, viz: plenty of fertilizer, hold them. The stretching of the skin cotton seed meal and therefore is of
look of general dilapidation as makes which must be worked into the hills j caused great pain. All the different good quality.I .

the soul of one accustomed to the clean before planting the seed, or the _crop lotions recommended by sympathizing trust some of your readers may
prosperity of the North, fairly sob. will be "non est" when harvest time friends were of no avail, until"I trieda come to the rescue and enable me to
solution of "sugar of lead. This
comes.I replace the doubtful article suppliedby
The usual
dilapidated, vacant, effected The
soon a cure. doctors
used to flower beds North may the store-keeper, with a good
house in the midst of a frozen, dead by mixing equal parts of barnyardmanure say it is dangerous, as any preparationof wholesome home-made butter.
and dying a sad example lead is poisonous; but it is not so
orange grove; sand and soil, and that is MURIEL.
truly' of tropical prosperity. Oc- what will bring best results here. I dangerous to- -me-as the disease.- I- put Grabriella, Orange Co. Fla.
casionally there is a tree putting fortha The hammock land,which is the best. a teaspoonful of sugar of lead in a
[Ornamental Horticulture Continued.
common drinking glass two thirds full ]
for cultivation, is a mixture of sand
last effort at bearing, but in another it and Asparagus Tennissimus.
and loam and of water. Stir lively, let it set-
only need to add
year it will only cumber the ground. the proper fertilizer you to make an easily'! tle; it is then fit for use. Bathe the "Who shall decide when doctors

We mourne the death of a pet tilled and responsive soil. part affected with this solution, and disagree." When we saw the above

scheme as we do that of a,dear friend, The sand land does well for sweet. there is immediate relief; the itchingceases named plant growing in a Northern
and if blisters
never willingly entering into the details potatoes, peaches and strawberries. watery have '
house admired it much
formed and in green we
they dry a short very
of the funeral; but if the papers Indeed, this is the home of the sweet up
time there is Two three and readers.well know all
a cure. or as our the
are read with an enlightened under- potato, and the advice usually is to
standing, there will be clearly detected plant them the first year of cultivation applications have been generally found florists praise it in their catalogues.Our .

underneath the universal effort at as they take kindly to new soil. sufficient._ .. friend Reasoner knows a good
reticence that a pet scheme in Northern If you can afford to give a few monthsto I keep a glass of this solution con- thing when he sees it. We were therefore -
Florida is dead; that it took its flightin the preparation of the soil, the correct tinually in my sleeping room, and if
I find irritation much surprised to find the
of the
on retiring : very
the winter time, and was buried in thing is to broadcast cow
the skin from bites of insects or other following item in the last number of
in an'orange wood coffin; that the and plow vines under.
mourners are ubiquitous, and that All kinds of vines are at home here, causes, one application is sufficient to ,the American Garden :

they are still paralyzed bjr grief and notably the watermelon and cucumber, remove all the trouble. I have used "Ob, dear!1" Mr. Peter Henderson,
for thirteen and
this the
loss, and so enwrapped in necessary: which are grown largely for the Northern over years, in his catalogue, says of this plant :
lead has done harm
personal interests that, to a perogrina market. On new land, we raised me t no. yet. "We cannot praise too highly this
tor, they appear selfish and exclusive; this year superb watermelons, and For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. beautiful climbing plant. Its fine,
but I am inclined to this on apPear.. were surprised to find that cucumber Wants to Know About Silk Cul- filmy foliage equals] in delicate beautythe
;once only.. However, if it is not, everyone vines were untouched by the grub ture. maidenhair ferns," etc. Perhapswe
I here,as elsewhere,has the privilege worms, the only enemy being the Editor Home Interests: are .not* "educated up" to it, but
of exercising their own sweet choice. "borer," which pierced a limited num.ber I would like to know through your we must respectfully beg leave to
But let us return to Villa St. of fruit. This is a profitable valuable paper, what is being done in differ: with Mr. Henderson. We, too,
Johns, as we had dubbed our countryseat crop. the silk culture ? had expected great things of Asparagus -
before leaving that Northern Our object in buying here was simply Where can cuttings of the white tennissimus. The "New York
home. Surely no one will ever want for a home, and we never antici- mulberry be obtained ? correspondent" of the American Flor-

for punkahs here, there are so. many pated a living out of the soil. If we I see that some one wants to know ist had so deftly and elegantly com
palm-leaf fans growing :wild. If the had, we should have been disappointedthe how to keep Bermuda grass green. bined it with his everlasting "chaste
annual crop of palm leaf fans in Flor: first year, as will any one who attempts When ours was set out a year ago, the designs," "stylishly arranged effects"
ida could be strung on the telegraph it. After that, we are told, ground was heavily fertilized with and "elegant garnitures' that our
wires, a punkah could be made that reasonable results can be expectedfrom cotton seed meal. It kept lovely and fancy ran riot in possibilities over it,
would fan the world. This is the saw-: truck farming, if one keeps in green all the winter, spring and most like Florida hogs in a sweet-potato
palmetto, the stem of which is'a dou mind that it is the early crop that 1>ays'. of the summer; about three weeks patch. And when we became its
ble-edged saw and the leaf palmate Supposing from all accounts of the ago, we cut with a lawn mower, hada enviable possessor-lo! it was but a
with very deep and sharp, sinuses, rainy season that mould would actually tOj dressing from cow stable, cotton "slimpsey," long-drawn-out edition of
making the whole leaf resemble a grow on our backs, we have been very seed meal and sand scattered on. Ina the good old-fashioned "sparrow-

: huge hand with fingers outspread.The agreeably surprised by the delightful l few days it was lovely green as a gras" not a whit more beautiful, and
roots of this singular production summer weather; but I am told that lawn of Kentucky blue grass. So equally suggestive of the festooned
: snake along on top of the ground, 'resembling this was an unusually dry summer. many ask how it is our grass keeps so ceilings of butchers' shops and board-
a huge boa constrictor in a There has been occasional showers in green. I think fertilizing is the only ing-house dining-rooms. where we
state of satiety after 'swallowing a the afternoon, when all are longing way to keep it from turning brown. were whilom wont to see millions of
crocodile, while .the rootlets by which: for it, but in the morning the earth. is MRS. JNO. LEE. flies roosting peacefully among the
it clings to the earth are said to have dry as though the thirsty sand had Zelwood,Orange Co. "filmy foliage" after a carnival of fresh
Chinaman vigorously clinging to the drank nothing for ages. This sand in Mrs. Lee sends a recipe which will meat. Ugh !-P. W. ReasOner, -Flor

other end. However that may be, our door yards packs down under appear at another time-ED. Dis. ida.'Ccro .


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862 < -THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.= rOCTOBEB 17, 1887.....

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. But our poetical force has received a tween white and colored farmers, each For the FLORIDA DISPATCH -'," t.

r valuable addition, whose maiden effortwe having their distinct local clubs, but A Bufonian Blow Up. <
A. H. MANVILLE, Editor. Oh! editor batrachlan, ...
: J6... shall lay before our readers in our meeting together in the State Union. Unfold the wondrous tale "' .,;' .?,
Contents. next issue. Said maiden effort might The State Union organized last week Of Swelled how the out F.into& F.a G.whale.frog

TUB ORANGE GROVE The Washington appropriately be entitled "An Idyl was one of the most unique assembliesever Old:JEsop's self inflated frog _
Navel; Tharpe's Trophy Frees The King from the Manatee." It .purports to held in this Stare. "Sons of the Beside this stand modern a sorry frog show whose boss' '
Orange;Japanese Orange Seedling
Oranges........; 856 be an "authentic account of the origin soil" to the manor born both white Has taught him how to blow.MINNOW.. .
Florida for the Settler Preventing .
Rust, etc ..........0. .;.......M.__._.... SW of Hart's Choice Banana;" a legend, and black meeting in convention to Answers to Correspondents.---- \i

THE Bermuda FARM-Grass Broom; Cassava Corn; ,Eradicating etc.; Farm- "strange as it is true," firmly believedby devise ways and means to protect and Mn. E. W. L., Bartow ; "What 1 is

Ing ing on In Paper LeOn County.and In Dirt. ..;.0.Stock. .... .Rats-...... 858 the natives of "Equatorial South foster their mutual interests. the t best method of protecting dried

THE to GARDEN-The Succeed Transplanting Home Garden; How America," and given to our poet, and It was hoped that the Union and 1 peas from eevil ?"

:Plants;The;Jumping Bean,.Cabbage 859 : through him to the world, by a.cele the Alliance would be consolidated at The weevil eggs are deposited in the

ORNAMENTAL, or Coreopsis HORTICULTURE; Water Lilies-Calliopais The- brated missionary, .,. to. .those wilds. this meeting, but although the Union 1 peas in the field, and to protect the

Polncianna Barbadoes Gooseberry Pulcherrima; Floral Tritoma Notes; The Farmers'J Union. commended the Alliance to its mem1 1 peas from the ravages these eggs must
Glandlflora. ......... be from de-
86a bers and recommended that white destroyed or prevented ,
Asparagus Tennisslmus .....?. 861 Last week we asked the indulgenceof
HOME INTEREsTs-From Illinois to Florida our readers in a slight delay! in clubs join the Alliance, it was deemed veloping.

About; Prickly Silk Culture Heat; .Wants to Know_... 861 sending out our issue, made necessaryto advisable to perpetuate the Union in With corn, we believe the most progressive

EDITORIAL-Egyptian Clover; We Drop include the proceedings of the State order that unity of effort might be farmers accomplish this by
into Poetry;' The Farmers' Union; the before
Curcnllos on the Kelsey; A Bufo- Farmers' Alliance, of which we pub- maintained between the white and dampening grain housingit

nian Blow-up' .; _...._.- 862 lished the first full account. This colored farmers in a movement de- or by gathering it before it is en- t
THE ORCHARD. The Botan Plum Pomegranates for the tirely dry; the moisture generates heat
; week we prefer the same request in pendent success on cooperationof
;The Date in Arizona.. 855 '
that the and
METEOROLOGICAL............?.,. 863' behalf of the State Farmers Union, all producers. destroys eggs, we pre-
.. the method would
sume same answer
PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT.... 863 the first complete and authentic account .
Curculio the
on Kelsey.A with We should like hear
THE NURSERY*-Florida Nurseries ...... 867 of which we give to the publicon few days since we had the pleasure peas.. to
FARMERS' UNION..866 from experienced correspondents on
another page. of J. N. Whitner M. A.
meeting this .
We are requested by, the Florida To the reader who is pot posted as professor of theoretical and practical
S. P., Orlando: "Please explainthe
Horticultural Company of Cutler to the "true inwardness" of the matter in the Florida
agriculture Agricultural matter of dormant buds to us new-
Dade county, to say that their 'catalogue it v ill seem extremely singularthat College at Lake City. As the comers."

will be out about November 1st, the farmers of Florida should Professor is a practical fruit grower, Dormant buds are buds that have

having been delayed in the hands of simultaneously perfect :two State or- our chat on current topics of interestin been inserted, have "taken," but have

the printer.The ganizations, and the wonder will in- the field of agriculture and horti- .not started to grow. In this condition

t crease when it is ascertained that their culture naturally drifted to the Kel- budded trees are often sold, the pur-

Florida farmers are organizingas objects are precisely the same, namely, sey plum, in which our orchardists are chaser "starting out" the live eyes or
they ought to have done long ago,
the social, educational and moral improvement perhaps interested at the "dormant budi" after planting the
and they are going to have an organ, more present !
which is also very well, as it will be ,in of the farming classes, and time than in any other fruit. The trees, by curtailing the tops of the

good hands.-Daily T.U.r their financial betterment by co-opera- Professor said his confidence in the stock above the bud.

As president of fcs JF: r 1 i tive methods of buying and selling. future of this plum had been some- I i J. H. M., Keuka, asks the name of

cation issuing ,the Florid( Jjjttu&' Although this movement has suddenlyand what shaken by a letter he had re- J. A. B., Pretty Marsh, Maine. I

Alliance, above styled the farm spontaneously risen to importance ceived from Mr. H. E. Van Deman, Will J. A. B. kindly favor us with

gan, we assure the editor of the Times. in this State, it is but a part of a great chief of the Division of Pomology of his name which we have loit .

Union that we appreciate his high move of popular sentiment that is the U. S. Department of Agriculture, G. F., Boston, Mass.: If any of

opinion of its management. making i itself felt throughout the coun- acknowledging a large cluster of your readers have had any experiencein
keeping and breeding goats in the
try in an effort on the of the
Egyptian Clover. part plums attached to a limb which, to- pine woods of Florida, will they
rural population to ameliorate their gether with several others, had kindly impart it through the columnsof
We have received from the United
condition, and to obtain the same advantages broken off* his (Pro: Whitner's) trees your paper?
States Department of Agriculture a that other lines and classes
by their own weight The Professor G. F. will find a communication on
small quantity of the seed of this plant,
have obtained from concerted action
kindly gave us permission to publish this subject in our issue of August 29,
which is cultivated in and
Egypt and cooperation.The the letter referred to, which we subjoin. page 726. We shall be glad to hear
other Eastern Mediterranean
coun Alliance is an aggressive, It would be proper to state that the from others on this subject
tries. This seed is from Cairo whereit
closely organized secret society already specimens referred to were by reason' P. Bros., Fruitland: When is the
ii in the fall and like
sown grown numbering over a half million mem- of the Jimbs breaking prematurely best.and safest time to plant out peach )
red clover, but ill i an annual, and has bers in the South. In Florida its ripened, and on this account were not and Kelsey Plum trees, also fig cuttings -

yellowish heads and narrower leaves.It membership (something over two fair specimens of this fiuit. Mr.Van ?
is intended for trial for meadowsand December and the best
thousand) is at principally in January arc
present Deman says: "The package of Kel-
pastures in the warmer parts of the that long arm of the State which sey Japan plums was received to-day 1 months in which to plant peach, plum
United States, where the land is irri-- stretches out along the Gulf to Pensa- and in fact all deciduous trees in this
(May 14, 1887)). Accept my thanksfor
gated, or the climate is not too dry. cola and is known as West Florida, your kindness, and be assured that I State. Set fig cuttings February 1st

We will furnish a few packages to .although it has some members and, ii the specimens are gladly welcomed, R. S. G., Courtney: What sort of .-
those who desire to it and will I grass would be the best to plant (for
try re
in other of the State.
i growing parts because they show what the variety grazing stock) on the low prairie land.
port results, on receipt of a two cent Its membership is exclusively white. actually is. There is no ,doubt of its The land in question seldom or never

stamp. .. The Farmers' Union, on the other productiveness, but these specimens overflows, and is very rich in muck.

We "Drop Into Poetry." hand, is a plant of native growth, hav- are proof that the curculio will devastate For permanent pasture we should

Next week we shall "drop into poetry ing originated in the formation of it, as every one of the thirteen recommend Para grass (Panieum bar-

," not editorially, we hasten to as- local l farmers' clubs, the first general have from one to nine stings of this binode). For temporarily'stocking

sure our readers; our mind is too meeting being the one we report in insect. How many would survive down to grass with a view to rotating

firmly fixed on things practical to indulge this issue. The organization has its and reach maturity is very uncer- with other crops, try Mexican clover

in imaginative soarings, even principal strength in Middle Florida, tain. I hope to have you send me two (Eichardtonia tcabra) and Texas

though prompted by the inspiringmuse being strongest in Alachua, Bradfordand or three good botanical specimens Bluegrass (Poa arachnifera), making

; and it is needless to say to those Escambia counties. The membership i- showing the full grown leaves a little 31 the soil rich, pulverizing it thoroughly.

who read us that she don't inspire. is about equally divided, ,be- later in the season." ,. I and mellowing it deeply. j' .*




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17,1887.] THE FLORIDA DISPATCH!----- 803)

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G. W. :M., DeFuniak: ,Will it in- possible to destroy "Nut grass," and PUBLISHER'S DEPARTMENT. Wanted. ..**

jure the sweet potato crop, to cut the by what means? I have a patch in A milch cow not over six years*'old

vines off, say two feet from ridge? The grove, which is rapidly spreading; although CHAS W.. DACOSTA, Publisher, with or young November calf, or; must to come give in at in least October ten

long vines make good green fodder, I have taken a good deal up THE FLORIDA DISPATCH quarts of milk a day.

and are a, great help to new comers, by the "roots," it still continues to ap Is a 21-page weekly,devoted to AGRICULTURE, Address X Y Z,
who have to feed imported cows'and pear. HORTICULTURE, INDUSTRY, IMMIGRATION Florida Dispatch Office, Jacksonville,
are short of Will it be Florida.
forage. a good .
The DISPATCH has a patch of nut
idea mulch Terms of Subscription
to with
a bed
Choice varieties of all kinds of Fruit'
finely pulverized and partly rotted grass in its,, grove, which it has long Two Dollars-per Unified in advance,postpaidto Trees. For free catalogue address,--' *-
any of the States or Canada
pine bark,such"'as can be found aroundsaw since given up all attempts to eradicate to foreign part countries comprised In Postal CHAS. KELLER,

mills? We keep it subdued Union,Two Dollars and Fifty cents. Texas Hill Nursery, Monticello, Fla.
as impracticable.
The date when the subscription expires is .
It will on the Address Label of each paper, the
not the
to cut with
injure potatoes by shading heavily cowpeas change of which. to a subsequent date be- I 13s"Send postal to AUamonte Nurseries,

the vines for stock as you suggest,,in during the growing season, and ceipt comes is a sent receipt unless for requested.The remittance.. No other re- Altamonte, Orange Co., Fla., for cata:

fact it is a common practice among keeping thoroughly and constantly paper is stopped at expiration of the logue. See advertisement.. jg* ; ,
subscription,unless previously renewed. j *-4
farmers to do so, the vines being cultivated when not well covered with When old a change of address is desired, both I Washington Naval, Jaffa and Tangerine.
the and new addresses should be given.
relished by hogs and cattle. pea vines. Treated in this way, it Strong, thrifty buds on sour stocks,
Remittancesat three inches in diameter
to two
quarters ,
We do not think decayed pine bark gives little trouble, and does not inter- the risk of the sender unless made by at prices usually asked for much smaller.

would make satisfactory mulching for fere with the growth and vigor of the registered letter or by check,express order, Also Noonan Improved: or Mobile Straw-
or postal order, payable to CHAS. W. DA- berry plants at $2 per thousand.
strawberry beds. We should like to trees. COSTA, Publisher of the Florida Dispatch, WILLIAMS & HUBBARD. .

hear from some of our berry growerson If our correspondent desires to try Advertising Hates. .Crescent City, Fla.. "

this point."Inquirer". eradication, he may find some useful $1.00 per inch first insertion: 50 cents per 4
inch for each subsequent insertion. FELLOWSHIP, FLA., April 7,1887.Dr. .
asks the address of some hints in current volume DISPATCH,
.A. T. Shallenberger, Rochester, Pa.
manufactory where the moss, from Preferred Positions,Next Reading or on Cover:
pages 485 and 528. DEAR SIR-I for the sale of
trees surrounding our lakes is utilized? $1.40 per inch first insertion; 70 cents per Antidote for Maria at Elisabeth-

Also is there any sale in Northern B. F. A., St. Thomas: Will Mr. E. inch 10 for per each cent.subsequent off on 8 months'insertion.contracts. your town, Ky., when chills were almost uni-

markets for the fragrant bay leaves of T. Phelps, of Putnam,tell the readersof 20 on 6 U versal every season. The medicine cured
'30 "on 12 when all else failed. It habitto
this portion of Florida. The sweet the DISPATCH what was my
variety of tomatoes Advertisements UST be acceptable in say that I could live in a frog pond
bay, some call it? he planted, and also the time EVERY respect. without danger to myself, but that con-
? THE FLORIDA DISPATCH is sent free to ceit has been'taken out of for last
ofyear me,
The furniture establishments of this
those who advertise in it,as long as adver-
fall I had violent attack of chills. I
city (Jacksonville) use the native We shall be glad to hear from Mr. tisement continues.Address remembered a the Antidote, procured a

the of tomatoes. CHAS. W. DACOSTA,Publisher bottle and cured immediately. 1-
Spanish moss, Tillandsia usneoides, in Phelps on subject Jacksonville Florida.Seeds was
now say to one suffering from
large quantities for mattresses, filling, F. A. B., Belleview : In a late Malaria, don't every fool with quinine; it may

etc., and can probably furnish the ad- number you recommend [for trial] full sized of fresh and be good, but Shallenberger's is better. ,
"our favorite" brand of fertilizer. I Thirty packages and don't make you deaf, either. dresses of Northern establishmentswhich reliable vegetable seeds (your choice of Your friend,
see by their advertisement, the guar varieties) Free, by mail, for $1.00. E. H. HAYCRAFT.'
use larger quantities. It has antee analysis gives for vegetable man- Send for prices-low as is consistent .

become one of the standard materialsfor ures : Ammonia four per cent., sul- with grade of seeds offered. ;

mattrezs-making throughout. the phate potash six per cent, (four cent. ers.I2 EF Special Address prices., to market garden Fine large Truck Cauliflower Farming.plants, Veitch's

country.We perhaps pure potash), phosphoric acid C. C. HART; Autumn GIant and Early London;*''$3

two and a half per cent. Now these Eustis, Fla. per 1,000. Tomato plants, replanted
were not aware that the Sweet ; ..>.... twice, $1,50 1,000.
ingredients in a ton would be worth per
Bay had been utilized or made a from $26 to $:lM. Can you explainhow Never Fails. HARESFOOT FARM, Kissimmee, FlaY, t

of in this State. Shallbe it bo sold Mr. S. M. Johnson, Walnut Grove, ,04Reliable
source revenue can for $17 per ton ? Miss., writes: "This certifies that for -

glad to hear from any having better Will Mr. Hutchinson explain ? the past? several years I have been using Information concerning Florida-its

information this Hughes' Tonic in my family for chills resources, advantages, attractions, etc.,
on subject.
L. W. G., Orlando: Does the mixture and fever, and have found it to be the can be obtained from our descriptive

0. D., Sanford: What is the cause given below make a good econo- best remedy I ever used." It has not pamphlet now:in press. This book does

of the yellow and green mottled ap mical fertilizer for orange trees? failed in a single instance. not paint Florida In the flowery languageof
R. A. Robinson & Co.
Prepared by ,
the land but tells of
pearance of leaves known Equal number of pounds each of cotton speculator, thingsas

orange Wholesale Druggists, Louisville, Ky. they actually exist. Price by mail 10
commonly as frenching ?" Does it seed meal, ground bone, potash or Sold at retail by Druggists generally.Meteorological. cents; per dozen. $1. Address FLORIDA

indicate any bad condition of the tree, hardwood ashes, and land plaster. AGRICULTURIST, DeLand,Fla.

and what is the remedy ? Will any of the above ingredientswork .. .

injury to the others when all are _. s I .a ; A Home, lit Florida. '.
"Frenching" and "white bud" : "0 "0
mixed and applied to trees? .taQ11JaM. a: w ..::a::s
caused M Your attention is called to the offer ofa
are by a deficiency in the soil. JOt .
The foregoing are all valuable in. CO- k: 9'J'8'JS' a.1jmaAV o.o; coo lot in Macedonia City, and a year's sub-
Just what element is lacking, and co. scription to a leading paper of this State "
gredients. We would suggest that .* .r*3I for $4. Macedonia City fifteen miles
how the M I II
peculiar coloris r
() 0 1tPJUIUU : *e ""os
the' proportion of cotton seed meal be h t X U'UP U'UaK I. 00Q an .. south of the terminus of the Florida
produced, has never been satisfactorily w Southern R. R., at Trabue,and overlooks
largely increased (see proportions as m I g the far-famed bay of Charlotte Harbor,
and know ;
explained of p
we no : .
I I oototQ -D= the sheet of water in
suggested by Dr.Newman, of the Ala. ; tJoolaA ; magnificent
remedy. In most localities its effectsare Oh the South. An unparallelled offer. For

not serious if the trees, are properly bama Agricultural Station,,. in his o frI : r ss; .tIoJ100.tta i I address of paper and for full particulars,
wzwwwzz THE EQUATOR PUB. Co.,
orange fertilizer formula in last year'sDISPATCH t 0
fecbuMometimesit(; it Works injury, .s 4tQ I Key West, Fla..
' even going so far as to cause die ). ingredients can be S* .< t "
., mixed and applied without loss. Don'tstir sqiparpunqPUB .0004 -cd
back. Si saqoui uj .:>EfotE04+0."to-1 t Carriage or Wagon Shop.A
t i* into the soil, but turn under ..Jd u l1Aiwam -
wood workman master of
\.. Subscriber ", (I) I new or
: : Can anyone inform lightly. It would be more economicalto I fit mx & old work, with New York city experience
me whether peach trees can be s: I.t 8s. capable of taking charge: steady -
it in alternate with ".."iO.,..::::=..'t) .
compost layers .. Florida.
grown successfully between orange 4)) U'Ba wI t-- toC'D "0- and sober, wishes a situation in
trees ten years old and set.out twenty- well rotted muck before using.A .s. g mm Address, LAMBSDEN,
five feet ? ... I mnmJan 1 cihht0m: jj 320 S. Flores St.,San Antonio,
apart 4 s.. "f.Q e tQ
Eo4 .. Texas.
Peaches can be grown between "ten Beautiful Drayton Island Property Putnam for Sale Co. on o o a* WallTalV,I{aooxhc. .s.g!t:
year" old" orange trees. But as both :; .8.,9.. oialaacoisa PENVILLA NURSERY.
A ten-acre and lemon
orange grove, I .
the peach and the 900 feet PCa: : .2S8S823 q,
orange are vora- fronting on Lake George. Price, : : : ... .
cious surface feeders, would it be $4,000, cash.. Should purchaser wish to .en"o 1n' Q U'UaN I ggs ERR 3 ill Choice FLORID GROWN FRUITTREEDof

be relieved from the care of the grove o ------ -- all kinds, Including the Bidwell's Early
practicable to attempt to start the for one, two or three and will allow : :. : :: : : s a
years : : : !IdHilt : :: !?: Peach,and the finest tock of Kelsey! Plum
former where the latter had me to use the property as a market L. :. : Me;) 020
; possession, garden, I will take all care of it at my (O I) ::OO O.: ..:.lIS-DolEi:: in the State. Also M>rae choice oneyeir. old

its;=roots filling the soil ? What say expense and in addition will pay 10 per .m I.. H marE I 'MI Asparagus (coltossal) crown If you. ,,want' '.
our peach ? cent. each ;year on the above valuationas 5o !! J = trees send for prices and save money.
growers rent. W. P WEIGHT, woM: J.E. Cole, Prop,
;= i:
Subscriber". : ,".' Fruitland* :** : Is.11 it*. Drayton, Island,,Fla."" I i : Glen St.Mary, Baker Co., }<'Ia.OCTOBER .


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,<' "' ', "
< 1' tural products (average of five years) winter resort for young rand old, a rev- have raised corn, sugar cane, peas,
ploridiana was $640,000,000.The elation of beauty and interest to the potatoes, rice, etc., as well as many
exports of 1883 were: Silk, tourist. All roads led to Rome; all vegetables, fruits, cattle and other
For'the 'iouDADISPATCK. $49,712,400 ; olive oil, $20,]56,600; roads converge to Florida. Italy i is desirable things. They have prospered
FLORIDA AND ITALY.A wine in casks, $15,668,200, and fruit, the transit line to Asia and Africa though their disadvantages were
,. ---- $8,685,800, etc. Florida to the West Indies, Mexico tenfold those experienced by the set-
., Comparison Encouraging to Flo- Italy is burdened with an army and and South America. Who can doubt tlers of to-day. They were isolated
; ridlans. navy of over 750,000 men. For edu- the future of Florida, or the exalted from each other and had to forego the
Tread in the DISPATCH the instruc- cation she has 32 universities and position> she is to.occupy in the sisterhood advantages so readily secured by combination -
tive .article of our friend Judge colleges, 219 special and 41,623 com of American States? of effort and the comparisonof
Knapp, on the Productive Capacity mon schools-costing $6,485,505. L. H. ARMSTRONG.Ocean experiences. They were unac-
.;: Such in part is the Italy of today.A Grove,N J. quainted with the character of the
ofFlorida. I friend
say our few years ago it was a cluster of soil or the requirements of the seasons
from a brief personal interview in thestew weak, misgoverned states; now united, For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. and climate, which were very diverse
Orleans Exposition, but much she is strong, and rapidly becomingone Can Secure a Livelihood While from those with which they had heretofore -
more from long reading his editorial of the great powers of Europe.The Making a Grove., been acquainted.The .
Italians in To the thousands in the North settler of has the advan-
work 'A wise and genial editor be- spite of a malarial many to-day
climate, are muscular, strong and and West, who are desirous of locating tage of all these years of experienceand
comes the friend of all his readers, healthy. They live in the constant in Florida because of our mild and experiment. The results have
and they in return become his firm presence of all that is beautiful in ancient genial climate, as well as the favorable -I been recorded and put into a shape
friends., I hope Old J G. K." will and modern architecture, sculpture conditions for health, but who are that may be readily understood. The
appear;to us often. ; painting, poetry, music, etc., and fearful that they cannot make a living times and seasons for plantiug, the
1 have long believed and written in an atmosphere only surpassed by while waiting for their grove to proper mode of preparing the soil,
that Florida can sustain a larger rural that: of Florida, yet they are not effem come into bearing, the best advice,. the. ways of cultivation and the
population than any other American inated nor made idlers, seeking to live probably, that can be given is, come conditions necessary to successful
State, and every year confirms this by head instead of hand work. I, and see for yourselves what intelligentand growth are much better understoodthan
conviction. have never seen more- industrious or industrious men have accom- they were ten or even five years
'Florida has been called the Italy of economical people. They work early plished in this direction. since. Formerly it was thought that
America. This may be thought a and late, and nothing whatever is Neither in Florida nor in any other this, that and the other product can-
compliment, but one, winter in Italy wasted. country, can civilized man exist, not be successfully grown in Florida,
and seven in Florida has satisfied me Ancient tombs and remains show thrive and prosper without labor intelligently but now the question is, what is there
that in climate Florida far surpasses that Italy was occupied by an advanced directed and applied to that cannot be successfully producedhere
Italy. Both are long, narrow peninsulas race before historic times, and secure desirable] results. It has not ?
bathed by warm seas. Italy lies yet this land cultivated thousands of been given to.civilized and enlightened 'The possibilities are enlarging year
in the quiet Mediteranean, while years still has undiminished ability, portions of the human race to exist by year. The methods of cultivationare
every mile of Florida's shore is swept not only to support its dense population upon the spontaneous products of the being rapidly improved. New
by a strong current of torrid water. but also to annually export ground and have a perpetual picnic. and agreeable surprises increase the
Italy, having more heat and a longer $236,000,000 of its products. Our Mahommedan heaven supplies all joy and satisfaction of Floridian! and
growing season than the other coun- good old mother earth, if honestly imagined desires without the slightest : their increasing thousands of friends
,tries of Europe, has a greater productive treated, cannot be worn out. exertion on the part of the recipient, from year to year. It becomes more
and 'supporting capacity. But Florida has an immense undevel- but the promised Christian heaven evident that Florida is destined to be
her rainfall is in the colder half of oped capacity for production and pop- hardly gives that encouragement, the most wealthy and prosperous State
the year, and much irrigation is necessary ulation. She has 58,680 square miles, while even our first parents were required of the Union, with more happy and
in tho hot, dry summer. Flor- and if she had inhabitants in propor- to dress their garden and keep lovely homes and with wealth more
ida is warm in winter, moderate and tion to Italy, would have fourteen anda it in shape, evidently indicating that evenly distributed than in any other
comfortable in summer, and her rain- half million sO'uls-248 to the mile; every good must be secured by labor State. That is what the present unmistakably
fall is well distributed. And where two and a half acres to each man, and intelligence.There prophesies for the future.
,Italy can grow two crops a year on woman and child, or twelve acres for are many persons in Florida Never was there a better time for the
the same land, Florida can three. each average family. EverythingItaly who came here with small means but earnest, the intelligent and the energetic -
Hence, in producing capacity, which, produces Florida can producesome earnest hearts who are now in com: to secure an inheritance in Flor-
other things equal, means greater population of them of better quality. fortable and prosperous circumstances, ida's glorious destiny, a destiny the
supporting ability, Florida is Why can Italy support so large a much better off in every respect than rays of whose bright-hued dawn are
su erior. population, and why does Florida ad- they would have been had they re- seen from afar streaming with beams
Italy was.inhabited, probably, forty vance so slowly to her manifest des- mained in their former homes, while of unextinguishable light afar to earth's
centuries ago, while the real settle- tiny? One reason, perhaps the chief, there are many thousands of familiesin remotest nations. "
ment of Florida only began some may be that the Italians perfectly understand all parts of the Union who can now Those who will secure a few acres of
.:. twenty years ba k. their country and its re- come ,here, secure a support, a competence land, cultivate them, intensively and
:: .Italy is a wonderfully productive sources, and how, by intense industryand and finally wealth without un- not undertake too much, can with intelligent -
country. Let me give a few statistics.Although economy, to make the most of dergoing one-tenth the privations that endeavor readily secure a
she has not double the area them, while Floridians have not yet fell to the lot of the pioneers comfortable livelihood here from the
of Florida,'yet the figures are surprising learned how to avail themselves of a : Conditions here have greatly very start and increasing prosperity as
and most encouraging.The tithe of the resources of their State. changed during the past few years'. the years roll on increasing the growthof
area of Italy is 114,410 square Think of crowded Italy keeping nearly New and growing centers of settlement their trees and the value. of their
miles. The population 28,459,628, 5,000,000 cattle, but Florida only a have been thickly scattered over the acres and improvements.
and the" climate the most unhealthy WI tenth, and most of them running wild. State with stores, schools, churches, SHERMAN ADAMS.
in Europe." The present population could easily post-offices and many other conveniences Gabriella, Fla. .
Agriculture is the chief industry, sustain a million head of first-class of modern civilization, while r -_
in condition." stock and be than roads the For the FLORIDA DISPATCH. _..
"though a primitive more selfsupplyingof wagon railways, telegraphand ,.
Of the total area, 87 per cent. is pro beef, milk, butter and cheese. The the telephone, run in all directions Why They Laugh.
ductive, of which twenty-eight mil American Agriculturist truly says: through the country where but a "0 wad some power the glftle gle us I ITo
lion acres are in crops. The followJneare "In the Southern States, soiling can very few short years since was an almost see oursels as others see us."-Burnt,
a few of the acreages : be carried on with the greatest profit," unbroken and pathless wild Victor Hugo wrote a horrible story
Mheat,12,000,000 acres, producing and adds,"Butter can be made in the covered by the primeval forest, the entitled L'Homme qui Bit-The Man
140,000,000. bushels. South for ten cents a pound more almost undisturbed habitat of the deer, who Laughs. I have a mind to write
Vineyards, 5,000,000 acres, yielding easily than, it can be for twenty cents the wolf, the bear, the, wild turkey and, a' little essay on the men who laugh,
605,000,000 gallons of wine. in the North. The markets there are varied other animals and winged fowl and why they laugh. Wh laugh?
Olive groves, 2,200,000 acres. far better, and high er; prices can be too numerous to mention. That envi Why, they, folks, particularly Northern -
Chestnuts, 1,225,000 acres. obtained than in any part of the ronment has disappeared and in its folks, and they laugh at us. It
x : In 1881 the number of cattle was North." Similar remarks could be place are thousands and tens of thou- will not do for us to stick up our noses
47,83,232 ; sheep, 8,596,108 ; goats, made of nearly all farm products. sands of energetic, busy humanity after the fashion of a silly young girl,
2,016,307.In Florida is munificently! endowed in working wondrous agreeable changes.The and say, "who cares? let them laugh/!
1883 the product of cocoons was climate, variety of products and pro- leading industry has been and There is some reason for their laugh
92,886,200 J pounds, valued at$26,491- ducing capacity. To the North she is is the working of orange groves, but I ing, though it is also true that some
665. a sanitarium for the sick, a life-pro- many have secured their livelihood : laugh without reason. Young' States
The annual value of the agricul- longer to the aged, a most delightful from the products of the ground. They j and nations, like young persons, are
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to do things which in the light of hammocks and enjoy their otium cum The use of ambitious names for small themselves as others see them, and
mature experience look somewhat dignitate to their hearts' content. And hotels, is another ridiculous thing that correct whateveris is wrong.J. .
childish. This was true of our Republic these advertisements are generally accompanied makes people laugh. How often we WILLIS WESTLAKE.
not many years ago. One of by highly-colored pictures see a small l tavern that could scarcely Lake Helen, Fla.,September 20, 1887.
the silly things we did was to indulgeon representing an ideal tropical land- accommodate a dozen guests, called
every occasion in bombastic self- scape, such as exists nowhere exceptin by some such name as the Continental, PIANOS, ORGANS & MUSICAL GOODS
glorification: as if all goodness and the imagination of the artist. or the Grand Union, or the Metropolitan.
knowledge and power were confined What is the result? Why, when pea This merely shows that there is Genuine Bargains.
within our own borders. Another ple come here they find things so still work for the foolkiller.The .
silly thing was our sensitiveness to i different from their conception of them, same thing is true of some of Being Bole Agents In the South for
criticism. Think how we flew into a I that they go back in disgust, or else our schools and colleges. A small CHICKERING, MASON & HAMLIN, MA-
passion at Dickens when he dared to settle down as dupes and grumblers.The academy whose grade is scarcely higher THUSHEK, BENT & ARION ;:
ridicule some of our follies, preciselyas "Earthly Paradise" jacket has than that of a city grammar school,
he had ridiculed the follies of his been worked for all it is worth- calls itself a college, and another that PIANOS,
own countrymen. But we have got played out, in, fact. There is no is striving to reach the dignity of a
over that. earthly paradise, except where loving college calls itself a university. Now ORGANS,
Florida, though historically one of friends and a contented mind makeit this is not simply rediculous, but it is
the oldest, is practically one of the so. Every place has its drawbacksand a blunder, even financially considered.It MASON A HAMLIN, BAY STATE,
States. It be said have else it would be tends institu-
newest may to annoyances, not to bring our higher PACKARD ORCHESTRAL.
been discovered and settled since the earth, but heaven. Some time ago tions into contempt. It is like puttinga .
war,for it was only then that its won- there was a paper printed in Flor- man's hat and coat on a little boy. tem Everyone, and prices given benefit guaranteed of our price Easy sys
derful capabilities were made known, ida entitled "The Earthly Paradise." They cannot make a man of him. terms of payment,and payment of freight assumed
by us to Purchaser's nearest R. R.or-
and it started on its unexampledcareer Who published it, and what has And so, calling an academy a univer- steamboat landing.
of improvement; and though we become of it I don't know ; but this I sity does not raise it one whit, but -
are growing wiser and stronger every do know, that it was necessarily rather the reverse. The big name '
day, we have not yet outgrown: the fraud, intended to influence Northern makes its smallness only the ,more VIOLINS GUITARS,. BANJOS.AC; -
juvenility 'and foolishness that characterize fools for the benefit of Florida specu- noticeable. I will not specify cases.I CORDEONS ,. ,
young States. What we wantis lators. Its name condemned it,and it.. would not injure one of these schoolsfor
introspection-to look in upon our was laughed at by all sensible people. the world, and I speak of the fault and all kinds of small Instruments offered at
selves as sensible people look at us You can't fill up Florida bv sending "in sorrow, not in anger." I saw recently logue.lowest prices. Send for our illustrated cata-.
from outside. out such papers. The kind"of immi- an advertisement of a "univer-
Carlyle, I think it was (or was it rants we want are not to be caughtby sity," the faculty of which consisted of
Ruskin?) divided mankind into two such chaff. And this leads me to two ladies. Do such schools think Artist Materials .
general classes, wise men and fools,. another point. they can attract students by such Picture Frames,
and added in his saturnine humor, 2. Theylaugh at many of our neW8- means? Surely they must put a low Flue Pictures
"mostly fools." A good many Northern papers. There are too many newspa- estimate on popular intelligence. Fancy Goods,
people seem to think, judging by pers. Every little paper town of a 4. They laugh at our paper town8. Albums, Stationery.
what we see in their newspapers, that dozen residents has its local paper. Some people have reason to cry rather We can save_you money in anything in
the fools all live in Florida, or at least, Of course there is no demand for it. than laugh. Everybody who gets a Music, Art or Fancy Goods. Write us for
the Florida people are all fools, otherwise Subscribers are few and advertise- tract of land, a hundred_ acres or so, prices.
they would not be here; and they ments fewer. It is printed at the straightway gets a part of it laid out
look with supercilious pity on the poor expense and for the benefit of local into lots and streets, gives it a high- LUDDEN & BATES S. M.H
misguided person who is induced to land owners or agents, who buy up sounding name, and then sends abroad ,
make Florida his future home. Now almost) the entire edition to send to the flaming advertisements of this new SAVANNAH GA.
there probably are about as many North. Such papers are generally city. He offers his lots for little or
fools to the square inch in Florida"as edited (if editing it can be called) by,, nothing, even gives them away some- PABLO BEACH.
in any other part of the world, but illiterate and inexperienced persons, times. Some gigantic swindles have !
they are not all here; no, "not by a who depend mainly upon paste pot been perpetrated in this way, bringing Jacksonville -and -Atlantic R'y Co.
big majority as the Honorable Bard- and scissors and plate matter to fill up disgrace upon the State and distress
well Slate says. A good many of them ,their columns, using the pen only to upon thousands of nocent purchasers. IN EFFECT TUESDAY, SEPT. 13,1887.
live in the North, and they it is who do some tall puffing J of their patrons. In -other cases the incipient town WESTWARD.
shut their eyes and refuse to see any This evil, I admit, is not confined to died in infancy, leaving its founder to No.1 No. Nob No.7AM
good in Florida, like thoso of old Florida. Everywhere, especially 'in pay the funeral expenses. But some Ar .Jacksonvtlle1 f 8: P.K: P.1I: 6IDLv P.X
who said, "can any good thing come new communities, we find such papers such enterprises have succeeded, be- Pablo__ ...__._17:36 3.500. 1:0 5:30
'out of Nazareth?" If they would only with such editors-men who have no cause their nrejectors were men of energy EASTWARD.
investigate the facts they would find conception of the high and responsible and wealth, and foresight (like No.2 No.4 No.6 No.8

that Florida possesses advantages of duties of an ed-tor, as leader of Mr. DeLand and Mr. Welsh, for ex- Ar Pablo..._."............,10:50 A.K 5:00 P.H 2:30 P.K 6:30 P.K
soil and climate and situation that are public opinion, moulder of the public ample), who put their hands deep into .Lv J&Cksonvllle........._. 10:00 5:50 8:20 7ID
possessed by no other State. As is conscience. Verily, "fools will rush their pockets and not only advertisedbut Trains No.and 2 run dai ly. Trains 3 and 4
run dally except Sunday. Trains b,6,1 and 8
often remarked, "There is but one in where angels fear to tread." developed their property, and run Sunday only.JULIUS
Florida., In its geographical positionit 3. They .l laugh at -our "putting on thus established prosperous and per Superintendent HAYDEN,
has not and cannot have a rival. i airs." This is rather an indefinite manent communities. Such men are
But yet it is not an "earthly para statement and needs explaining. The founders, not speculators, and have Grand G.t To wonderful Introduce Self-our
dise," and we do and say many foolish use of fancy names is one specification. made themselves public benefactors. A 'O GIVE rat1ng ONE Washing away In every Machine town.we Best will
things at which even sensible people Every little frog pond is called a lake, 5. They laugh at our lack ef self- In the World. No labor or rubbing.
laugh. Let us look at some of them; and distinguished by some fancy name, dependence. A good many of our SEND.National FOR Co.ONE, 23 to Dey the St., N. Y.
not in a carping spirit, but by way of such as Como, or Geneva, or Minne- people depend too much on Northern ,
.. self-examination and with the hope of ola, or Minnehaha. The object, of visitors, and try to live all the rest of $lnn b 3>dUU nn A working MONTH tor can Agentsp made
improvement. Why, then, do they course, is to attract aesthetic people- the year on the "pickings and stealings" i .
laugh? people whose ears are tickled by a of the short winter season. and Spare give moments their whole may be time profitably to the employed business.
a 1. They laugh at our advertising.Much mellifluous sound. It is the same way This makes our State somewhat like a also. A few vacancies In towns and cities.-
has been said of late about the with our towns. Take a map of Flor- camp, a mere winter resort, rather 1O13 Main St., IHchmond, Va.
importance of advertising, so as to ida and look over the index, and you than settled, independent peopl PATENT PROTECTING CLOTH.
attract immigrants and tonrists.< That will be surprised to see how many There are other things that they
i is,all right ; its importance cannot be fancy names there are. laugh at, and some that they swear at,
exaggerated ; but much depends on The use of big names for little thingsis 'I fear, such as extortionate ulurp-s: oi
the style of advertising. Much of our another fault. Every little town is hotel keepers, Inickineii nu.l l .'tlit-re,
advertising heretofore has been based called a city. We read of Eden City excessive railroad Jarc?, usurious rnu-s
apparently on the theory that Northern or Grant Park with its grand avenues of inters, etc.; but I have already l perM For des Florl8ts gln!(>,-ut Gsnlt'ner.m -tcntb Farmers the cost, etc.on "cold Kiil .
people are fools. It has repre- and boulevards, and we find there occupied too much"space.. My criticisms fmim H,Jiotbeil",etc. Unequaled for
sented not a real but an ideal Floridaa only a few shanties in the woods. How are bawd l upon )positive knowledge TOBACCO PLANT BEDS.
tropical Utopia, where fortunesare often tourists smile in,' derision at the : and personal, experience, nn i) Promote, luud).. mplil growth. Used mid
to be made without labor, where fraud when, on hearing such a" name they are made, ti+st in an unfriendly( emlorxetl proof rovers' Ito l for Icailini all farm: growers.purposes.Also water.
flowers bloom and birds sing perenni- announced in the cars, they look out but in a,friendly spirit, and with the Circular and sample ,free... .
U. S. lug l-tiir C- (Limited ,
ally, and where people can lie in their and enquire,"Why,where is the city?" hope that our people will learn to see AVHterpro 5G South St., New York.OCrOBER .- )

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: SUWANEE CoUNTY.-Tiger Lake SECOND DAY. aership in a local club composed, ofwhite
tliiion ,.
club 28 members.-W. B. people, nor a white person* to
: High. After some discussion_ the following
in colored local club
Little River club, 61 'members.-R. report from the committee appointedto a ;
but in the State Union there shall be
FARMERS' UNION. F. Rodgers, Jno. L. Williams. confer with the delegation from the no distinction of color. :
Florida State Alliance adopted :
Pine Grove club, 86 members.B.. ARTICLE 7. Local by-laws, rules
We the committee report: That
State Convention at Gainesville.The F. Umstead. have conferred with the representatives and regulations best suited to the wantsof
State Convention of the Florida LEVY COUNTY Levy County club; of the State Alliance, and from local clubs will not be objected f to,
do conflict with the
provided they
Farmers' Union assembled pursuantto L66 members.-C.-'W. McElroy\ A. information thereof, we are of the constitution. '

call, at Oliver Park, Gainesville, I J.Doke. opinion that the Farmers' Alliance is
for the planters of BY-LAWS.
THE organization
on October 12th, at 11 a. m. DUVAL CoUNTY.-A. H. Manville, Alliance admits
Florida, but as
organization perfectedby delegate Florida Farmers Alliance. The following by-laws were adopted:
Temporary but white
; I none to its membership
I 1. The work of this Union shall;be
the election of the following CITRUS COUNTY-J. B. Young, farmers, we see the importance of a secret. .

officers: President, B., F. Rodgers; delegate Florida Farmers Alliance. 'Farmers' Union which knows no race 2. The membership fee to each club

vice-president,Abraham Crosby; secretary BAKER COUNTY. Cedar Creek or color, but the aims and objects of shall be twenty-five cents. : ,
which shall be to advance the interestsof
Henry Pouts. club, 35 members.-J. W. Burnsed, agriculture with the white and colored 3. The quarterly dues shall ,be
During the deliberations of the Com- Johnfville club, 37 members.-Elias farmers alike, we therefore recommend twenty-five cents, except members -
who shall not be required to pay
mittee on Credentials, the president, Williams, Lewis C. Cobb. the adoption of a constitu- dues. .

who is the well known editor of the South Prong. club, 40 members.M. tion and by-laws for the Florida Farm- I 4. One-half of the fees and dues

Banner of Liberty of Live Oak, G. Berry. ers' Union that in some way recognizesthe shall be remitted to the State Treasurer -
DELEGATES FROM: COLORED CLUBS.. better classes of the colored farmersas through the State Secretary'andthe
by invitation, addressed the meetingon
soil and whose interestis
tillers of the
half shall be for the
ALACHUA COUNTY.-Pineville club, remaining ,.
Qualifications for Membership. He the whites.
114 members-Essex S. Jame Elbert identical with those of exclusive use of local clubs. ,
said that all whose interests directlyor McKinne, Harvey McCloud,) Chas. Mr. D. Jordan, of Fort White, was Organization perfected by the election -

indirectly conflicted with the pur Robinson, J. W. Chappel. received and seated as a delegate. of the following officers: President : -

poses of the union,should be excluded. Winfield club, 33 members Judge W. K. Cessna,was invited to R. F. Rodgers; Vice-President,

Other classes already had their pecu- Wm. Williams, H. McCray. a scat in the convention.The constitution. Abraham Crosby ; Secretary, A.;H.
Dicey club, 35 members.-R. H. following was Manville; Treasurer, J. B. Dell_ ;
The downfall of
organizations. adopted : ,
Graham. Doorkeeper, Ed Taylor. ,
the grange,.was due to admission of -Freedom. __ club----7 31-- members..--Peter- ---- CONSTITUTION. It was ordered that the presidentand
improper persons, whose interestswere Bailey, Moses Simmons. ARTICLE 1. This organization shall Hon. B. F. Umstead draft other

opposed to the farmers,and who New Bell club, 28 members Mitchell be known as the Farmers' Union of by-laws and submit them to the several -

prostituted the organization to their Hill, Grant Wilson. the State of Florida. Its object shall local clubs, and as soon as ratified
ends. He the membersto Rebury club, 26 members E. D. be to promote and protect the general by a majority of the local clubs that
own adjured Taylor, J. E. Simmons. interest of the farmers and truck i they be published with the by-laws of

"guard, well the door." Lincoln club, 72 members -R.M.: Me- growers of Florida,and we, the farm. the Union.
The following delegates. were re Henry, Philip Cameron, M.. Ander. ers of the State of Florida, in order to The Committee on Secret Work reported -
ported as duly accredited: secure to ourselves and to our posterity and the same was communicated -
son.Fairfield club, 38 members-Moses\ I the rights and privilege of controllingthe to one member from each delegation -
Anderson James Bathoon. the President.
price of our products, and to avoid by I
ALACHUA CoUNTY-PrO ect ,,club, Noble Hill club,36 members-James the mortgage and credit system, andto General discussion followed as to
50 m mbers.-J. B. Dell, Bevile Holder McCaslin, Samuel Kerr. establisl} a cash business betweenthe the method of disposing of the cotton
J.8. Dupee. COLUMBIA COUNTY.-Fort White agricultural and commercial crop of the present season to the best
Club, 43 members-Robin Sheppard, world, and to protect ourselves against advantage. The bulking system.was,
Bloxham club 29 members.-J. W.
: Nathan Sheppard.Mt. extortion and all other wrongs and generally favored, but it was deemed
Easterlin, T.. W. Downing. Pleasant club, 41 members.-Fred. grievances heretofore practiced uponus unadvisable to attempt anything this

Cleveland club, 129 members.-J.' H. Martin, Ben. McNish. do hereby ordain and establish this year, as the season is already advancedand
Wilson, C. K. Ray, W. H. Cosan, D. BRADFORD COUNTY.-Sweet Home Constitution and By-Laws for the the organization of the union not
R. Welch, R. Thomas. Club; 14 members-Louis Green. Farmers' Union of the State of Flor- yet sufficiently perfected to attempt it.
LEVY COUNTY.Grant Club, 23 Mr. J. H. Wilson offered the- followIng -
Gordon, club, 37 members.-J. S. members. Warren Mclntire. ida.ARTICLE
2. A person to be qualified resolution, which was adopted:
for membership in this Union WHEREAS, The members of the
COUNTY.: Pine Hill Butler club, 20 members.-Chas. Dun- must be a bona fide farmer or truck Florida Farmers Union, numberingsome

club, 59 members.-Abraham Crosby, bar.Being growereither male or femaleorone 1,700 farmers, and holding about
J. D. Johns, E. P. Ward. forty-nine white delegates whose business is not in conflict 3,500} bales of Sea island Cotton, are
present, representing twenty-one clubs with that of farming. Female mem- desirous of selling their cotton throughthis
New River club, 78 members.-A. J. and 1166 members; and twenty-eight bers free of fees and dues. Union. Therefore, we the delegates -

HcKinnie, J. M. Smiley, P. S. Crew colored delegates, representing 14' ARTICLE 3, The officers of this representing said farmers in" the

Five Mile club,55'''members.-Henry clubs with a membership of 555, mak- Union shall consist of a president, State Farmers Union,

Fouta, B. F. Woodcock, M. M. Drig- ing thirty-five clubs and a total mem- vice-president, secretary, treasurer and Resolve, That we advise for ,:the
bership of 1,720. door-keeper, who shall be elected an- ; present that the farmers make the

gers.Vanderbilt The following delegation,were present nually by ballot at the Btate: Conven-i best possible diapositionof this season's
club, 27 members.L.L. from the Florida btate Farmers tion. They shall hold their several crop, and that for next year we do'allwe t
Sapp, D. W. George. Alliance, and were invited to address offices until their successors shall have I can to establish Cotton Exchangein \.

Swift: Creek club, 19 members.-M. the meeting: J. B. Young, J. D. been elected. which we may deposit our cotton
V. Smith. Johns, W. C. McElroy, A. H. Man- ARTICLE 4. At the inauguration of and invite buyers to come,
each officer he shall be required to thereby avoiding the middleman's
Providence club 29 members.J.W. ville.Mr.
J. D. Johns responded for the make the following affirmation: I do profits. .,
Oateen. Alliance delegation, setting forth the hereby solemnly promise that I will Resolutions of thanks were tenderedthe

Midway: club, 69 memlers.B.. objects and, development of the Alliance faithfully discharge the duties of my Timer Union, the FLORIDA DISPATCH -
Knight, T. A. Moore, W. W. Kerce. and Mr. J. B Young followedin office to the best of my knowledge and and the Florida Farmer and

.R Call club, 25 members.-R. A. a forceful speech, explaining what ability, and that I will endeavor to Fruit Grower for encouragement ex-
had been done by the Alliance in promote and protect the interests of tended the Farmers Union. Also the
Clyatt. Texas, and what might be hoped fromit this Union. officers of the association for the able
COLUMBIA COUNTY -- Lenoir in this State. At the close of his ARTICLE 5. No member of this manner in which they:discharged their

club, 53 members.-G. W. Me- remarks a ,committee of eleven was Union shall extend to any outsider duties,and to Mr. J.B. Young representing -

Kinnie, Joel,Smith, E.D. Dubose. appointed to confer with the Alliance]) either directly or indirectly, the rightof the Farmers Alliance for information .

Cherry Hill club! 27 members., delegation and to consider the advisa- purchasing through this Union. given, and to railroads for
bility of merging the Union in the ARTICLE 6. Each local club shall courtesies.
B. Harris W. J. Crosier D. Jordan.
Alliance. Awaiting the report of elect their own officers and manage Adjourned to meet at Live Oak,.
PUTNAM COUNTY. West Putnam club. this committee the meeting adjournedfor their own local affairs. A colored Fla., on the first Tuesday in OctoberA.

27 members.-- rJas. H. Mallette. the day. person shall not be eligible to memo D. 1888.

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.The Progress of Twelve Years. VEL, TARDIFF, MAJORICA, DUROI Send for catalogue O. R. TIIACIIJGR manager,

In a leading editorial in a recent HIGLEY'S LATE,:MAG. BONUM, HOMO- San Mateo Fla..
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N tHerald, Mr. D. Redmond, agricultural SICILY LEMONS; OTHER CITRUS
Kelsey Japan Plums Olive Trees Lemons Pecans
Oranges Figs
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By the dozen,hundred or thousand,also a full supply of other Nursery stock adopted to
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OLIVES, :MELON SHRUBS, UMBRELLA 1887-88.:\ Write for Prices. Catalogue free on application. .
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from the progress of the orange industry KELSEY and other valuable Plums. 25,000 VABIEHESrOP:
LECONTE,KEIFFER and other Pears and
in Florida during a corresponding Oriental Apples on and LeConte Southern stock.Fruits.All the CAMPHOR valuable Budded Orange and Lemon Trees,

period TREES, OLIVES PRUNES. Nut Trees of
: all kinds. JERSE1 CATTLE JERSEY RED Tropical and Semi-Tropical Fruit Trees,Vines and Plants. Trees strong and well rooted
,Jt At the fifteenth session of the HOGS Seeds of Forage Plants. HighestqualltYl and especially auapted to outh Florida.An .
lowest prices. Valuable information inspection is invited All inquiries by mail promptly answered. Catalogues sent free
American Pomological Society, hell rated catalogue free. on application. U. D. IIOYT, Bay View, Hillsborough Co.. Fla.

in Chicago, September 8-10, 1875, CHEROKEE Waycross FAltftl AND, Ga. NURSERIES, ROYAL PALM NURSERIES.

Hon. P. P. then of
Bishop, president
Pears Grown from Cuttings. *
the "Florida Fruit Growers' Associa- LeConte Kelffer and Sand. Bartlett Law- Rare exotic plants of all descriptions for summer planting. Rare and new fruits.

tion read an able entitled son, Sekel, Smith and Garber on LeConte Pnlms, Acacias, Agaves,Aloes, Cacti and Flowering Plants. A general line of Citrus Trees
paper Root. Strawberries adapted to Florida, Ala- .
and Nursery stock suitable for Florida.
"Orange Culture in Florida," in which bama and Georgia: Hoffman, Warren, Noo-
nan and Noonan Improved. Peaches: een- Price of catalogde (of 93 pages)15 cents,postpaid. Mailed free to all customers.
occur following passages: to, Honey, Southern Beauty and others. REASONER BROS.,
"A majority of those who are to Plums: Kelsey's Japan.Mariannaand Manatee, Florida.
Pot grown strawberries on special order only.
plant orange trees in our State here- OEO. G. GIBUS,

after will have to rely chiefly on seedlings Send Tallahassee for Catalogue.Nursery,Tallahassee, Fla, GEORGETOWN NURSERIES.

which are not yet in existence.
There is not a really extensive Nurseries of Lake Weir Co.
nursery! Budded from tried and approved varieties, and on good health- locks.
100,000 Orange and Lemon Trees,
in Florida. A considerable numberof Our trees are very thrifty,three and four Also, JAPAN PERSIMMONS, LrCONTE PEARS, GRAPES, ana a general line
men are combining, on a small year old stock,Xto IK Inch diameter,with cult Trees suitable to Florida. Address,

scale, the raising of seedlings with the one year to Florida old Southern Nurseries Railroad.easily Send accessible for- i -A-ZROjbT: '7\7"-AJESIS, Georgetown, Fla

development of groves. It is true, Catalogues. Address ''I Way 1 '83 tf

,too,. that a few of the owners of wild dedZMy E.B.South FOSTER Lake,Manager Weir.Fla. ::L.a 11.e George 1'W-u.rser1es .

are budding the wild
orange groves ONE MILLION :-EASON OF 1887'88.AU .
seedlings which have sprung up since
Fruit Trees, Grape I fruits, plants and vines,suited to the climate of Florida, including Oranges, Lemonsand
the shade was cleared away from their Vine. Strawberry .. I all the citrus fruits,as well as Peaches,Pt'arsPlums, Persimmons,Grapes, Figs Pecans,
land. Still the present prospect is Plants, Etc. Almonds Apricots,Olives,etc. Also many useful\and ornamental grasses,Plants,Vines,etc.
Selling low at Have also for sale several valuable improved places at great bargains. Catalogue-free to
that all the nursery-stock now availa- Willow Lake Nursery. any address.f
ble will be exhausted by the demandof Descriptive catalogueand 'v. w HAWKINS' & SONS!
price list mailed free Lake George, Fia:
next winter. on application Address
of the varieties of Sam II. RnmaLDiarshallville, .
Speaking oranges
then in cultivation, Mr. Bishop says:

"Most of the sweet oranges now GRAPE VINESSuited Citrus and Deciduous Trees, Rooted Grape

grown in Florida' are of the same general .
to the Soil and Climate of Vines and Cuttings.
.type. There are a few trees pro- .'
ducing the Navel orange, and some FLORIDA We make a specialty of Grape Vines of all varieties,and Fig Trees. Liberal discount to
nurserymen. All inquiries promptly answered. Address
which bear a peculiar fruit called the C. S. BURGESS, Manager,
The in the
Tangierine orange. trees
San Luis and Andalusia Nurseries
grove of Dr. Mays were brought from Nurseries of the Milwaukee Florida Orange Company
Spain and Near TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ,
were unquestionably bud-
ded before they were imported. He E. DUBOIS, Manager.Send Dunedin, Hillsborough County, Florida.We .

has three distinctly marked varietiesa for Catalogue and order early. Send, make a specialty of the DISTINCTIVE varieties of CITRUS FBUIT TREES,including
also,for Price List of Double Imperlal.RIverRlde (buds personally selected in California by a member of our com-
very small and very sweet, round pany) and Washington Navels,Maltese Blood, Hart's Tardiff, Jaffa, Du Rol,Stark'Seed
an oblong also FLORIDA WINES. less,etc.,etc. In Lemons we hAve Villa Franca, Sicily,Genoa,Bel air Premium and Eureka.
orange; orange, very Also Tahiti Limes, Peaches, Plums,White! Adriatic Figs,etc.,etc. Our stock Is large,complete -
sweet, and a large, round orange not ,well rooted,thrifty and clean. Special terms! on arge orders. on ap-
so sweet, but of a livelier flavor than Pineapple Plants for Sale. plication. Address __ A. L. DUNCAN, Manager, Fla.

the others possess," etc. Egyptian Queen from 15c. to $1. Scarlet or
from lc. to 2c. for slips. Rooted SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES.Sixty
All this was mainly, if not literally, Pants,can be set .t any season, from .

true. of Florida, only twelve short 25c.steamer each on, packed receipt of and price.delivered on board thousand choice Orange, Lemon and Lime Trees for sale. Ten thousand fine Florida

yealrs.ago, but now we can point to Large order prices on application. grown Peach Trees,of the Honey nnd Peen-To varieties also two new varieties,Hybrids
.. Til OS. E. UICJIAKDS Honey and Peen To named by us Chinese King and Chinese Queen. The Chinese King
such a change as has scarcely been Eden Pineapple Plantation, Eden, Indian ripens in :May. The Queen ripens three weeks later than Honey. Our evening bearing orange
wrought in any other section of our River, Fla. direct will give from you Washington.ripe fruit the Big lear discount round. on We large have orders.C.the genuine Washington Navel Mnt to us

"great and growing country." Nur- KELSEY JAPAN PLUMON B. pEI/ro Lake, Manager Helen,Florida.,

series, containing hundreds of thou-
sands of the choicest and rarest fruit Three, six and twelve months buds; 2,000 T :i.ese 1'
and ornamental trees and conducted two-year olds. Some fruited this year. ,
Botan Marianna.Purple Leaf and Simon's
with as much care and skill as any in Plum on Florida Seedling Plum stock the OF 'IJI EOrientu1Importing
best for all sections Florida. Eureka, Peen.
1 the Union, are scattered all over the To.Honey,best October and other Peaches on
State, from the St. Mary's river to Florida peach stock. Japan Persimmon, : : Company.: ..1
Grapes,Oranges,etc. Price list free. Inspection -
Manatee, and from St. Augustine to solicited. A. CAI.LiAIIAN, Main Office 120 Sutter St.,San Francisco. S. L. GOLDMAN, :Manager.,
hrop.Eureka Nursery,Melrose Clay Co.,Fla.
Pensacola. Groves, almost entirely UNSHUI CANTON HYBRID and KIN-KAN. JAPAN ORANGE TREES. CHEST
of'budded trees, which may be num- POLK COUNTY NURSERIES. NUTS, PERSIMMONS AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. Send for Catalogue.

bered by the thousand, are also found BY TIlE
:FI..ockyJ3ran..cb.:: .. 1'
everywhere within the limits above Polk Co. Nursery ]
named and the "Florida N rsery-- Improvement, I.eCoiitc, Keiffcr, Bartlett, Lawson and Garber'a Hybrid Pear. a Special

men's Association".now numbers about ange All and the Lemon leading Trees.foreign and domestic Or- ty.

forty active, working members in ad- Price list on application. Summer contracts,,Special Rates. ,will now be given. Address
dition to about half as many more Homeland B. W. PARTRIDGE,




868 fI' =THE FLORIDA DISPATCH.=.==-- [OCTOBER 17,1887.

large tree-growers whose names are science of pomology is progressive, "SAN MATEO NURSERIES."

not yet on the books of the Associa- and new improved varieties, grown

tion.The from seed or by careful hybridizationare A full line of Nursery Stock now ready for Tall and Winter Planting... .
catalogues of our regular nur- constantly being produced and

serymen: contain not: only most of the brought before the 'public. Florida, Best Varieties of Budded Trees a Specialty-Trees of Sizes.'I .

finer varieties of the orange known in I as a fruit growing country, has A bright Send for Catalogue. '

Europe and Asia, but quite a number' future before her, and if her climate MAXWELL, AKDCIfiSON. & CO.',
: San Mateo, Fla.
of selected improved Florida native retains its bland benignity, she need .

seedlings, which bear comparison with fear no rival in growing the orange.In GUIDE TO FIG CULTURETells

the very best imported from foreign the production of this beautifuland how to grow and prepare the fig,and describes our new fig,

lands. In addition to the orange delicious fruit,she is supreme and i

proper, we have also, in successful unapproachable! And, looking very Corn.D1ercil.a1: : : : Srn.YL-n..a.: : : ,

bearing nearly variety "of the hopefully to the future in the light of Only genuine"flg of commerce,"and the'finest In the world. Also Tropical Semi-Tropical
every and New Fruits,and the finest stock of nuts in the country. Address,_with stamp,
citrus family, such as the lemon, lime, great achievements, we bid God-speed FLORIDA HORTICULTURAL CO.;,
_Cutler, Dade Co., Fla. :
shaddock, grape-fruit, etc., etc., in to all

proof of which we present the follow- "Men,our brothers, men the workers, ever THE BUCKEYE NURSERIES.Villa .

ing surprising list, compiled by one of That reaping which they something have done new.but earnest of the Franca Lemons. Washington Navels.We .

our best botanists and most careful things that they shall do!1" have for fall and winter delivery a large and select stock -- intended- for- and two year old buds,thrifty and free from Insects. Our villa Franca buds were obtained -
I Io
collectors a soon
report I from the finest grove of this celebrated variety In the State and our Washington
to be submitted to the Government, 04 Navel buds were imported by us,direct from California,and taken from the first trees budded -
with that variety In the State. This grove is said to bear heavily and steadily. We have
and now first published: WZ also all the standard varieties Known to Florida,also Peen-to and Honey peach trees, and
+ '
Varieties. w h l( 'p w f LeConte and Keifer Pears. All of our trees are grown on high pine land, and we guaranteethat
Citrus aurantium dulcis(sweet) ..... 151 rnGrows every tree shall have good roots,which after all is most important. Send for Catalogue.
.. .. obUf.l........ ...'. 22 GiLLETT: BBOS, South Lake viler, Marion Co., Florida.
*' .1 Blgaradla......_. 9 -
.* myrtifolia. 1 + Kelsey, Rotan and Plum on native Plum Stocks
Ojjraii Japanese
*' Miscellaneous .... 1 all kinds of Fruit Trees and Vines,
Buds Stocks. Peen-to and Peaches.
Kelsey June native Peach Honey
**" stock LeConte and other Pears,Persim- on
Decumania .. .... 11
and other
p LeConteand Klefler Pears on their own roots. Bartlett on
Japoniea. ... ...... 2 mons,Peen-to,and other jpeache and plums.W.W.THOMPSON V pears
w LeConte roots. A large stock of Apples, Pears, Plum, Cherries, Quinces,
M ... ..... .. ,
Mtdtea Cedra. .. ..... 3 Apricots and Nectarines. Address
M Limtmlum......... 29 Send for Catalogue. Smlthvllle.Ga =
.. Aumia......_.... .1 -vv. F. ::E3EIJ: : : ElS.
Miscellaneous...... ............ 2 DRAYTON ISLAND NURSERY.
Medico lAmetta 15 :Manager Huntsville Wholesale Nurseries, Huntsvllle, Alabama.
Tri/oliota( ..... .... 1 ORANGE TREES i

.- Of all the leading varieties budded on good HOMELAND NURSERIES.KELSEY .
and healthy sour stock;3 and 4 years old, and
It would if such
seem as copious
from five-eights to one and on'!-half loch In
list as the above afforded full and diameter. Buds 1 and 2 rears old,und from AND OTHER ORIENTAL PLUMSA -
two and a half to eight feet high. Good roots
ample opportunity for selection, and and straight stocks gu'-ran teed. SPECIALTY.IEReiIMMOV8 i

should embrace all the citrus fruits For prices address GEORGE DARLING, JAPAN ; : ON NATIVE ROOTS..

really worth, cultivating. But the Drayton Island, Fla. Also a full line of Nursery Stock of the most choice varieties adapted to Florida.R. .

II. BURR, Proprietor, Bartow Polk County Fla. j


EARLY,BIDWELL'S LATE and No. 7 are round peaches, average size,
ripening from May loth to July 1st. Then Bidwell's IMPROVED PEEN-TO, No::4, Is flat; PROPRIETOR OF
but larger and thicker from stem to blossom than Its parent.

In Quality Not Excelled by any Peach Out.with Several thousand acres of land for sale. Every Kind of Budded Orange and Lemon Trees,

not a particle, any stage of ripening,.of that bitter so objectionable in the Peen-to. all,kinds of Seedlings,Japan Persimmon Trees,etc.,for sale. Trees will be carefully. packed
Ripens with Bidwe l's Early. and shipped to auy part of the State. Bearing Lime Trees at 10 cents each. _
These are all seedlings of the Peenito,a decendant no doubt of that fruit"found by Atchison CLERmONT, LAKE COUNTY, FLOItIDA. -
in.the Hazardarakht Ravine,in Afghanistan; a form with different shape from that of
the almond,being larger and flatter." "The whole shrub resembles what one 'mlght consider : -
a wild form of the peach,of nearly evergreen foliage." As I am aware there are many VILLA FRANCA NURSERIES.LEMONS
spurious trees being offered, I would give a word of caution to the planter Mr. Bldwell .
has originated these trees;our trees he has grown from buds cut from his bearing trees,
Address all letters for information or trees,to me,as on account of 111 health he has givenme WOOD. "
all business connected with the sale of his trees.
City Office and Packing Grounds,Main street, Orlando. JAMES MOTT,
P. O. Box 121, Orlando,Fla. A.tonomizexM and Powder Bello"'W's. '"



Citrus Fruits, Peaches In variety.Pears,Plums,Grapes,Figs,Persimmons,Nuts,Guavas, .
Loquats,Olives, Peppins, Bananas, Pomegranates,etc (ESTABLISHED 1878.)

Kelseys Bidwells Peen-tos Lemons.Jaffa We import from Japan,where our stocK is carefully raised In our Nurseries,Persimmon,
Oranges .
Mammoth Chestnut, Plum,Loquat, Litchi,Kin-Kan,and other Japanese and Chinese Fruit
,Med. Sweet,Tardlff, Higley's Late, MajoricaWashington Navel,DuRol-Mandarin, Trees. Giant and Dwarf Bamboos Ornamental Tree Shrubs and Bulbs.
Tangeirine, Homosassa,Mag.Bonum Belalr Premium, Villa Francha,Sicily,etc. We have purchased the Geo. F. Sylvester Seed House,at 315 Washington street' where we
A. H. MANVILLE & CO. will carry all native and foreign seed bulbs maKing a specialty of Japanese Tree, Flower
lakeland. Polk County, Fla.. or Drayton Island. Putnam County, VIa. Vegetable and Field Seeds. Send for new illustrated Catalogue.II. .
315 and 317 Washington St.,San Francisco,CaL, 1501.
.A.1.taI33.Olate: T1I1' er1eS.

All the leading orange and lemon trees, including the "Everbearing" orange. Qranges
excry month in the year. Washington Navel oranges a speciality. Bidwell Peen-to,Pallas Peen-to,Honey and Bidwell's Early peach trees. Kelsey,Botan and other plum trees.
and Honey peach trees. Kelsey,and other Japan plums,including that wonderful new plum, Grape Vines,Blackberry, Strawberry Plants.
the"Blood Plum of 8atsuma"and the"Early Sweet Plum Nla raEmpire State and leadIng <
varieties of foreign grapes. The new fig"Foundling," Pears, Perslmmoi s, Figs, Mulber- A Nursery at Your Own Door.
Loquats,Guavas,Nut trees eta The new Japanese seedless orange "Unshlu." a oomph -
line ornamental trees, including Grevllleas, Eucalyptus, Acacia, etc. Illustrated A specialty made of sending all kinds of trees and )plants by mail, and safe arrival guar-
catalogue free Address, II. L. \\'II 4\.TLEY, anteed. Price lists,free to all. Address"W. ,
Altamonto.Orange County Fla C- STEELE, Manager, -
Switzerland,St.Johns County,Fla. s

Deer Island Gardens and Nurseries, SHELL POND NURSERIES. 4. -


Pot Grown Semi-Tropical Fruit and Ornamental Trees Plants and
Vines. No Loss in Transplanting. ,y. Peaches, Pears, Figs, Plums, Kelsey Plum and Other Fruits.

Catalogue and Price List Free,on application to the Manager. Address
A. E. CHAMPLIN Send for circular. Circular contains short history ol peach culture In Florida,and,hintsas

r. Oakland,Orange Co.Fla. to culture.. JAS. P. DePA, Archer,Fla. .

Established 1850. 200 Acres in Fruit Nursery.

The stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees specially adapted to Florida is doubtless the '
most varied in the United States. Many valuable additions have lately been made to the Eustis, Lake County Fla., _
lieu of Fruits suited to sub-tropical sections. In addition to the usual large variety of traits
Offer for sale a stock of budded trees of all varieties the
offer >>Peen-fo and orange leading ,Including
we 100/100 ,Honey and Pallas Peach Trees;alto, Kclscy's. liotaii Plums,Oriental Pears,Japan Persimmons,Grape Vines Strawberry ItXVETfSII; > 13 2V A V J<2 H ,
': Plants etc. Our stock of Roses, Evergreens, Palms Acacias and flow Budded entirely from buds received thlseason from Riverside, CaL Bldwell,'and;, .
ering shrubs includes everything of value for)Southern gardens. A special Catalogue(No.4)) Honey Peaches,Kelsey and other Japan Plurcs. AH homegrown. Best native and foreign''
published for this branch of our establishment,and will be mailed free to all applicants grapes,including a large stocklof Black Hamburg. White Adriatic and other figs. ,PersImmonsjfctc. -.
We do not employ agents Snde your orders direct to us and avoid being imposed upon. .' Price list free onappllcationi[ :' G. H. NORTON, Eustis Fla.

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i fi CLEAR WATER NURSERIES. The Hoffman Seedling Strawberry. S.A.LEJ,

This extra early and most,prolific berry, At Immense Bargains.
1 Choice and Improved Varieties of Tropical and Semi-Tropical now grown.very extensively around Charles
60,000 LeConte pear trees,onetwo and three
1 Trees, Plants Bulbs and Flowers. ton and Norfolk for its great shipping quality years old,finest nursery stock in America and

H.t Special attention given to,setting and tending young groves,budding_.and pruning old and its handsome 'color and size,is the best at lowest prices.
'fi' one,planting Lawns and Flower Gardens. All work guaranteed. CV are also agents berry now for the Northern market, 2,000 Peper Shell: Pecan treesmost excellent
for Hussey COulter Harrow and the old reliable brand of Geo. W. B ker's Flesh, Blood and grown variety. Kolb Gem Melon Seed}, Hay and
+ Bone Fertilizer. All inquiries promptly answered. Bend for Catalogue. Call on or address, and has superseded all other varieties wher- Corn,by C.L",delivered. Finest Syrup:: made
t BUR CAN BRO'S. Clear Water Harbor, Hlllsboro' County, Fla. ever introduced. I am, now growing a large evaporated by the barrel.
I own over 12,000 acres of rich red clay land
stock ol that is ready for the fall
plant now
In this county,and wish to 1l5OOto developthe
I : The Lakeland Nursery Company trade. Ail parties wishing to try them will balance. Perfect safety and fair profit

please apply to me for circulars, as I will sell guaranteed,with absolute security for a part-

i 11'1't/ Are now in readiness to forward a copy of their them at a very low rate.OLIVER. ner with capital, and demonstrate to his
entire satisfaction that an Immense fortune

SU : lI: : lIEB.: PB.Z'CEI LIST MOORE: can containing be reasonably prices expected.of nursery Write stock for circular and-

land and full in regard to advan-
t, v.: *; TO ANY ADDRESS FREE ON APPLICATION. to Blake Street Charleston, S. C. tages, of this sectlan and my propositions and

; Communicate with E. H. TISON, Manager WRITE FO.lf: references.E. .
.Jane l5,1887. Lakeland,Pol k Co.,ha. B. BAILEY,Moiiticello, Fla.
"How to Grow LeConte, KelfTer, '

. :' ': G-al.n..e.-Vl.Ue: : Nu.rerLes: Bartlett, and Other Pearsin SEF HERE !

j the South." Free.W. I want a few industrious, temperate,mar-

1 GAINESVILLE, FLO KID A. JENNINGS & CO. ried men,with families of children of school
, age, to settle near me, so that we can have a
. NEW PEACHES A SPECIALTY. 5,000 Superiors, ripens in May, size above medIum Thomas? Hle, Ga small school.
quality best of alL 6,000 Thomas,late,ripens !in September; single specimens have weigheda To such,I will offer a few good settlements
pound.! Bldwell's Early Wonder,and five other new varieties will be found in stock. RELIABLE SEEDS cheap on the Allfla River, near Tampa
10.000( )Kelsey Japan Plums; 2D,000 LeConte Pears; 20,000 Persimmons, 2 to 10 feet : Bay,one and one-half hours' sail from Tam.
high,and 100/100 Orange trees,of all good varieties,win be sold CHEAP FOR CASH. : -FORGARDENERS pa. Good land for fruit and vegetables good
Many mlas It who buy eJaewbere.Lemons neighborhood and healthy. I am an old resident -
here,and can also give some valuable
AND FARMERS. Information in to choice river fronts,
Lemons Genuine Navels. etc.,including most ml table and pleasant
location for a Sea Side Hotel and cottages on
3 ORDER NOW, before our stock of Villa Franca Lemons is out. We have just sold: 7,600 Largest and Best Stock in the South. this side of the Bay (Manez Inlet). Also a
r of this'choicest of all Lemons for Fall delivery, but have some left. Our bearing Lemonsare good site for a sawmill; quick demand for
loaded. We shall ship in July and August and publish! results in the"Dispatch." SPECIAL LOW PRICES to large buyers. Sendus imber.
We have also a beautiful of the GENUINE Washington Navels, budded from one of and Information free. Bur of owners,and save
what will
list of
require we
the ORIGINAL TREES,we received from Washington nine years since. Also most all a return you mall. Descriptive heavy commissions. Will give good references -
quote prices
other varieties of Orange,Lemon and Lime. Catalogue free.per If desired. Direct to
The Double Imperial Navel and Atwood's Seedless Navel we now offer for the first time GRA N VJLLE PLATT
to the Florida Orange Growers. We shall have for Fall and Winter delivery a few hundredof Peru,HlHsborough Co., Fla-
each of these varieties. KEPNEY k CAREY, Winter Park Fla. T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, .

No. 10 S. Fourteenth St., Richmond. Va I Notice of Incorporation of the Nassau

{i. THE CITRA NURSERIESHave ALBERT FRIES, I Oity Town ment and Co. Improve' ":

i on hand and for sale a large stock of fine St. Nicholas Fla.'
To whom it may concern:

". Budded and Sweet Seedling Orange Trees. Agent for Geo. W.Baker's Know all men by these presents That L.P.
Grant,A E.Thornton,T.J. Hightower,Thos.M. .
I I Stock five and buds one, two and three years old. All the leading named varieties; well ROTTED BONE MANURE. Clarke J.H.Porter.Evan P. Howell, M.
t and well rooted. Budded Peach and Nectarine Trees Roses,etc. Bend for
grown C. Kiser,A.J. Orme, J. H. Mecaslln, A. O. ,
? descriptive catalogue before giving your orders elsewhere. DECOMPOSED WITH POTASH. MacDonell and others, under and in accordance -
L. W. LIPSEY & CO., Cltra, Marlon Co., Fla. Twenty-five dollars per ton free on boardJn with the provisions of Act of the Legislature
Jacksonville,or at factory price deliyered in of the state of Florida, providing for
ORANGES, LEMONS: New YorK. the Creation of Corporations,have associated
Poxnejtran* Valrico Nurseries Guavas, Budded Orange and'Umbrella Trees from themselves under the name of the Nassau
I ate,Plgs, .! Bananas, 25*. toil each.TOMATO. City Town and ImprovementCompanywithplace .
:Peaches, TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL. Pine-Apples, business lu the city of Jacksonville,
U rapes, Avocado P'rs, GROWERS. Florida.
-Pears, Anona, The business of the Association shall be
Pecans, Catalogue Free. Acacia, that of buying, improving and selling Real
Oriental' Fertnm, wishing to procure their seeds direct from the Estate,and doing such other acts as may be
Plums andPersimmons W. G. TOUSEY, Caladium, grower,are informed that A. W. Livingston, necessary for the welfare of the Company.
+ Poinci na, The capital stock of raid Company is
Lll'II.E' Etc. Seffher, Hillsborough (;b., Fla. PALMS, Etc. Columbus, Ohio, the celebrated tomato origi- Twenty-five Thousand '$2x000)) Dollars, Divided
nator,(the Paragon,Acme" erfectlon.Favor- into shares of One Hundred Dollars each,
ite and New Beauty,are among his produc- which shall be paid up In full when Issued.
MANVILLE NURSERIES.Budded The Company comm ncesits business from
tions) is now prepared to fill orders with new the date of filing Its articles of Incorporationviz

1887 seed, saved from choice first ripe fruit, : September, 1887,and will continue .
,.' Orange Trees, from one to three years old,for planting during the rainy season. and will be pleased to quote prices and supply for Twenty year. Its officers to consist of a

ar, ,Orders taken for all varieties of Fruit and Ornamental Trees,to be delivered the coming catalogues on application. He also keeps President Treasurer, Vice-President and a, Board Secretaryand "of

Fall and Winter. other reliable garden seeds, and makes a Five Directors, to be elected on the
second Tuesday of February in each and
specialty of supplying Truckers, Gardenersand
r F. 8. CONE, Proprietor, every year. That the highest amount of indebtedness -
Canners,and refers to of Florida'sleading
,: CRESCENT CITY, FLA. the Corporation can at any time
growers,among which are W. H. subject Itself tot shall be Twenty per cent. of

Williamson, Micanopy, Boelsford, Bro's, the capital stock. '

i SUNSET HILL NURSERIES. Palm City, Capt. Dye, E. M. Dlmlck and (Signed) L.A.P.E.THOBNLON.OB ANT. .

Paterlck Lennon, all of Lake Worth, who T.J. HIOIITOWBB.Tuos. .
Catalogues,with practical hints to new beginners, free on application. Our list includes .M.CLARK.
have used his seedS for and know themto ,1
the choicest varieties of the Citrus family grown. Also, years J.H.POBTEB.
be well adapted to Florida climate. In, EVAN P.HOWELL.M. .
Peaches Pears Plams and other Emits.
: : Grapes
\. addition to the superior quality they contain : .C.RISER.
Our stock is one of the largest In the State. Thornless and Early Fruiting varieties e all orders are carefully and promptlyflllled. A. J. OBME.
specialty, J.H.)IECA8LIN.
"<- B. V. PIERCE, Address, A. W.LIVINGSTON'S. SON'S., A. O. MACDONELL.and .
-, Indian Springs,Orange Co.,Fla. Box 25, Columbus, Ohio. others.

IELfifl uita csiui AID urn.
: It is a source of wonder to shirt wearer
: E. BEAN that we can sell so fine a hIre and 4-ply linen col
1 lars and cuffs,which retail anywhere for 81.60 or
$2.00,for so low a price,and pay
',,' ,.' for advertising: : beside*. The
reason we can offer such a bargain -
: y'. T is that manufacture
( -'RmmissionMercha1it 1 Forwarder; In large quantities, buy goods
W- / torcaih,and you buy t&factory
...., ." : price*, thus saving three
... profit,that of the JobberyWholesaler
and Retailer
.Waycross R. R.; Wharf,' Waycross R. R. Depot, and when we have" a customeronce
we have him always.These
It shirts are made of the finest
: Jacksonville, Fla. ; Gainesville, Fla. WamasuttaanaUticaNonpareilmuslin

; the bosoms are of extra
\ _. heavy handmade 1'Unm.,in
4 an sizes from 13 to 17,buttonholes hand-made.When
I have in Stock and arrive .. whether
--VJ'; ::1', ordering collars please state style wanted
T stand-up or turn-down. We have to much confidence
,.a Jpz5ooo0 fa our goods, that if you are from any
:Banyoe Orange Boxes, 50,000 Gum and Poplar Orange Patronize Home, Manufacturer' awe not tatitfeA! ,ice trill cheerfully refund yourtourney.
Try:them once and you will buy no other.
Box Heads :J? TERlfanufacturf'S For $4.80 we will send you six shirts* six
-Boxes, 200,000 Orange 750,000 Orange 4-ply linen collars and three pair 4-ply linencnfTg.

For $2.6O, three shirts,, three 4-ply ,
Box Hoops Reams Orange Wraps. Soap Pore Ground Bone and linen cufir
50,000 Bonnethean Orange Tree Emulsion, Heratsand linen, collar and two hair 4-ply
For $1OO we send one sample shirt one
Coarse Bone fr Poultry, Soft Soap and\ linen cufffc and one 4-ply linen cole
Slrers": ,Team Cars, Orange Clips, Ladders, and other growers' supplies, all of which will Soap Chips for making ,Soap. Suds for Trees, pair lar, by 4-ply mail,post-paid. Address '
be sold atthe: LOWEST POSSIBLE ,RATES. and Ve etabie, Office 8 Ocean* Have the very best facilities for the distribution and sale oC.Oranges. Consignments solicited. -] ,Fla. P.0.Box313. Correspondence so. 10.o Spruce St. New Yttk'CIfr.r >.
.*;Send for Stencils,Circulars and Price Lists. licited.
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-<=* 'y' :'870._._.;,.If!,:" ,., '- SHE !FLOEIDA, DISPATCH.- _. u -'--- [OCTOBER. 171887.

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/Articles: of_ Assbclation'of' the Flor- i IMPROVED
*,%ijida: > Cold Storage Company. .OBJlDAr- > LEFFEL

subscribed to thew>> r&A
We whose names are
articles, do hereby associate) ourselves ami I > hWAY : IRON
become Incorporated under the provisions of :: t
Chapter 1639 of the Acts oct the Legislature &IGATIONCD.SCHEDULE I 1
the State or Florida,approved August R 186+ % I
and of the ammendraents thereto, and do de-
clare follows WIND ENGINE
as :
1. The name of the Corporation shall be ,

The Florida Cold Storage Company. ;Standard Time,83 minutes blower than Jacksonville
2. Its place business shall be Jacksonville local.
Florida. II *.
3. The general nature of the business to be From To
transacted shall be to furnish cold storage for Arrive Leave
all purposes,to manufacture and Mil Ice, and Read WEST.: Read down. z i
if found advisable In promotion oi the main No 10 Not Not NoD

business to forward and sell fruits, vegeta- 1210 P 730p ..Jacksonville...... 745 a 300 P
bles and other produce 100 a 6 50 p.........Baldwin......._.8 27 a 402 P _
4. The amount of the capital stock shall be 10 22 a 6 SO p..Macclenny....._ 8 48 a 4 31 p -
Fifty Thousand Dollars. Twenty-five per 1016 a 6 25 p.__Glen St Mary._ 8 53 a 4:37 p
cant um,of the stock subscribed for shall be 9 56 a 610 p___J4andersou........ 9 09 a 455 P
paid when the Company may be organized,or 9 SO a 549p.lustee..930a 520p nom-
the subscriptions made: twenty-five per cent. 8 65 a 5 24 p.Lake City........ 9 56 a 615 p
shall be payable within thirty days thereafter 818 a 467p.........Welborn_...... 10 21 a 656 P
and the remainder when called for by 806 a 446p........Houston....?....!035a 711 p
the Company. 7 47 a 4 33 p.........Live Oak..........10 49 a 73'p'
5. The business of the Company shall be 6 58 a 4 06 p.Ellav11le..1116 a 81-8 p STRONGEST AND EASIEST REGULATED.
conducted by a President, a Secretary, who 618 a 3 35 p..Madison-.1148: a 8 48 P
shall also be the treasurer, and five directors, 5 41 a 3 07: p.-.Greenv1l1e.m.1218 p 9 25 p ALL WORKING PARTSMade

of whom the president shall be one. 620 a 249 P....._Aucllla............1236p 9<7p
6. The stockholders shall elect the directors 5 00 a 2 S3 p ...-.Drifton-........ 12 54 p 10 09 r of MALLEABLE IRON.CATALOGUE a
annually at a meeting to be held on the sec
ond Tuesday In Janurry. The rectos I shall 5 25 a 3(00)> 1 di p 10 35 p 3TaEEADDRESS
then as soon as may be convenient elect the 4 35 a 930p
President and the Secretary and Treasusec 5 Ou a 233p..Drtfton12Mp1009p
The terms of these officers shall be one year 4 32 a 213 p...........Llovd..M......... 132 p 10 35 p SPRINGFIELD MACHINE COCHEAPEST.
and until their successors shall be elected and 415 a 145 p........_Chalre8......._ 145 p 10 49 p THE BEST IS I .
qualified to act The Treasurer shall give a 3 40 a 119 p........Tallahassee_... 213 p 11 51)p
bond with sureties,to be approved by the Di 2 35 a 12 48 p....:....Mid way.......... 2 41 p 12 40 a SPRINGFIELD OHIO.FLORIDA
rectors In a sum to be fixed by them conditioned 150 a 12 21 p...........Quincy...._. 3 09 p 150 a .
-- -- --- ----- --------- ---- -
chat he will faithfully account for all 12 55 a 1154 p_....Mt. Pleasant.... 335p 2 30 a
moneys coming Into his hands. 12 01 a 1125 p.-River Junction.-05 p 3 80 a I SAVINGS I BANKAND
7. As soon as ten per centum of the capita'I SOUTH.
shall be subscribed for,the subscribers shall, MAIN LINE (,
for the purpose of organizing this corporation, No.4. No.8. No. 7. No. 8.

meet and elect Directors to a President until and a- 10.15 a 4 05 p......Fernandina_...1010 a4.00 p REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, '
Secretary and Treasurer serve
247p....._.Callahan..ll27a -
successors shall be elected and qualified.The 6 30 a 2 30 p......Jacksonville-. 1130 a 830 p JACKSONVILLE FLA..
subscribers shall then and as soon as Has for sale choice Lot*. Orange Groves and Wild Lands. Allows interest on deposits,Collects
5 SO a 143 p.._... Baldwin ......12 25 p 10 00 p .
the Treasurer's bond shall be approved, pay 4 25 a 110 p...?..Highland.......12 51 p 10 50 p Rents and Interest,Negotiates Loans,etc.J. .
Into his hands at least twenty-five per cen 4(03 a 101 p....._..jAwtey_...._. 101 p 1110 p C. CJRFtLEY, President. L. D. flOSltXER Treasurer.
turn of the amounts of their subscriptions. 8 43 a 12 45 p...........Starke........ 131 p 1140 p t
8. Certificates of stock shall be Issued and 3 05 a 12.05 p....._..Wallo..._.... 155 p 12 25 a
signed by the President and secretary and 2 27 a 1144 p....... CampvUle ...... 215 p 12 50 a __ Well Curbing and Chimney Flues
Treasurer, under the seal of the corporation, _
I 2 t7 a 1131 a_...Hawthorne.26 pliO a
and shall be transferable under regulations to 113 a 1104 a............Cltra....-... 2 55 p 2 02 a Cheaper and Better than Brick.
be made by the Company. 10 23 a_...Silver Spring_.. 336 P .:.-
9. The Corporation shall not at any time 1157p 1010 a............Ocala........... 352 P' 3 20 a FOUNDATIONBLOCKSOrnamental .
subject Itself to a greater Indebtedness or liability -
1105 943a..M.JBellevlewM..Mn. 422 4 08 a
. than the amount of Its capital stock.of the 1013 p p 918 a...........Oxford......... 4 45 P p 4 51 a Cheap and Strong. No skilled labor required.
10. The President,with the consent 9 50 p 9 08 a....._.Wlldwood....... 5 00 p 511 a Address _
Directors, shall engage such agents, employees 855 P 840 a.........Leesburg.?.... 628 P 557a .
and laborers, make such contracts 8 35 p 8 30 a.........Eldorado......... 5 41 p 615 a ::::> ,.IfFLORIDA! STONE AND PIPE COMPANY,
and purchase such materials as n ay be Com necessary 8 00 p 815 a........Tavarea..,...... 6 00 p 6 40 a I-liE Office 52" We t Ray Street. Jacksonville Fla.
for the proper conduct of the .. ........
630p 655 a. _Orlando. 7 28 p 815 e
pany's business.Sept. .
". ,, WM. M.: Bosrwrck. Cedar Key iTlsion. :FI. e "V. :L.. YOJX': an. :F> hep: s.
E. :M.L'ENGLE. No.4. No.6. No.5. No. 3. ,
WM. D.VIDSOK. 10.15 a 4 05 p. ...Fernandtna..1010 a 4.00 p SAN FORD FLORIDA. .
247p..Callahan..ll27a BELLSFORRESTER'S
W.M. BAKER. 6 80 a 2 30 p..Jacksonvllle..u.ll a 839 P
HENRY A. L'ENGI.K. 5 30 a 145 p.......Baldwin._?...12 30 p 10 00 p CHEMICAL. MANURESPREPARED
.16th,1887. 4 25 a 12 51 p....._.Highland...... 132 p 10 50 p FOR
-- 4 08 a 12 35 p....._..Lawtey....... 144 p 1110 p
I Ohio Ira proved CMsw 3 43 a 1212 p..M..8tarke.216 p 1140 p Orang-e" Tr"c* anil other Fruits!! and Plantation and Garden Crop,

I Warrantedeholeraproof.Exvreu .fir, 305all25a_..Lv Waldo AT_ 260pl215a TECIFlCAI PREPARED ('OR EACH CHOP.
\ prepaid. Wins 1st 815 p 1125 a....Ar Waldo Lv...... 2 60 p 7 30 a
|prizes in the States and For- 7 40 p 1100 a..MMMFalrbanka.MMA 10 p 8 05 a No Vermin-Feeding Compounds used in the Manufacture of these Goods

I etfra Countries. 2 welched 7 00 P 103oa....._Galnesvllle....... 3 35 p 10 30 a
jZttOO Ibs.Send for desert pitlon 5 35 p 9 55 a....._Arredondo...... 8 54 p 1110 a T' e highest grade goods are tr.e best and cheapest An.t l these goods meet the want. Mac1
bom and price also of fowls.these famous THE- 4 30 p 915 a..._...Archer....._. 4 30 p 12 25 p yeaib* tes JL. B.ClIVJSU CO., Clmiaad, O._ 8 39 a.........Bronson........ 5 08 p lat fMlpm whern HTn known. It be: truthfully said that these are t
If these boas, are really cholera proof, as gait?- 615 a.Cedar Key_... 7 20 P -
anteed here we not the solution to the problem Division. PANOOAST & GRIFFITHS
Uow to banish boa cholera Write Tor parr Tampa ,
Italian and taveatigate and mention this paper. JSO. 4. No.8. No.7. No.3. }

10.15 a 405p..Fernandlna..l010a 4.00 p FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS .
247p.........Callahan..M..ll 27 a ,
MAGIC 1 LANTERNS 6.30 a 230 p......Jacksonville ._1130 830p PHILADELPHIA.
5.30 a 143 p_.._.Baldwin..12 25 p 10 00 p
3.05a 12 05 p............Waldo.......... 155 p 1215: Inaugurators of the Ventilated system of shipping Strawberries from Florida(without fee).
.ADA I aU pr1 yieira uair 11.57 p 1010 a..Ocala...._... 3 52 p 3 20 a Reference: Our Acc't Sales and check Saturday, for every shipment closed ont that...,"p1(.
erery n sot 8 'ICEXHIBITIONSeto.A. 950 908 a..Lv Wildwood Ar 500 P 5 11 a .
hriM ti mail 'JUlO
jlor a gasLLL..nnntern1 capital
for Horn Ama>emeat. 15] tttgo<< Catilon Jn*. 435 p 9 05 a. \r Wildwood Lv.. 5 03 p 930a
MCALLISTER, Opucua' ,49 Nassau St.,H.V. 400 P 8 40 a......Panasoffkee..... 521 p 10 05 a Buy Direct from the Factoryand
---. -------- -'- ----- 230 P .......wumtervllle...... -- lOSOa ACRES I
WE MANUFACTUREWELL 810 a.....St.Catherine.... 5 52 p 800,000 Save Money.
8 00 a-.Wlthlacoochee...... 6 03 p r
a ik DRILLS I 7:37 a...... Owensboro....... 6 21 p peclDl for the South. .
7 20 a......Dade City..... 641)P --
FOB 600 a...Lv Plant City Ar. 8(00 J()p FLORIDA LANDS ,

1.1 later Cod and Gas Jacksonville UNUC.b.

B7fraaJle...JeUJ.,. 1015 a 550 p.......FernsJldlna._ 7 1U a 400 P Shnntttl: In t the Counties of Nassau, Duval, )
Larie.t Stock fa America. 945 a 525 p.....Hart's Road.__. 12 a 4 29 p < oluinlilt,.Stiw1111*e.AlxHiua, nfnyittte.. MnH '
Farmers with small out 914 a 5(.XI P........ Duval........... 7M a 5 03 P ->n, Ihrnnnctn.111rntfr.: (ram e, Voliism.Hrevanl .
lay (experience vnnecetaary}, Can K la 1 I fp..' JacksonvHle', R8'a 545p Polk Hlilsliorough, Manatee ana JII
make large profits. Nor &lis.Can
direct buyers to paying territory. fit. Marks Branch. Monroe.
mA Prospecting for Water,Coal
r or Gas done on application.Also : i 12 15 p m ..._...........Tallaha&........ oia( m
MT of WIND MILLS 1157 a m ............w.-.Bellalr............-. .. 8 .::1 a mID ,TOWN LOTS
HMSf POWERS. FEED MILLS, 58 a m .........__..Wakulla.............. 9 40 a ro
IUst FODDER AND ENSILAGE 10 30 a m ____RU Marks .... ........10 u5' a m In tin'Towns of KKsiinmee, Winter Haven,
CUTTERS MO Will SWWI ({onlouviMo.HarUnv: Autmrndnle, lakeland,
"a" time. time.
( means a.m. "p"means p.m. )
J. Mention tMa Paper. Send Seffner Mansn Eagle hike Hnskcll
rM* St. Marks' Branch trains run Tuesday Orient ,
140. to cover oast malUnc
Uncle ( Owensboro
Kathleen Mty,
Thursday and Saturday only. _
Catalogue.CHICAGO Leaving time Is given In every case except 31u(1 PCJIilxTloUA
) Notes ,
Mnjunul Pescrlptlvp showlngtheiix'
where arriving time Is named.
TWWRAR WELL WORKS :it of these liiiulswill l he furnished on to 4
Trains 1 and 2,5 and 6.7 and 8,9 and 10,andtrain'
68 W.lak*8C. QIeap, UI.I. jipplirntion' to the Land Department of the 1
on Jacksonville Branch run dally.
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Trains and 4 dally except Sunday South KIohdH Railroad Company.

i loufT&&ii!, kn ltml ff orH M Trains and 2 have Pullman Palace Sleep : 1 1
ing Cars between River Junction and New GEO. Fox,
IY R Orleans.
Trains 3 and 4 have through Pullman Reclining Chief Clerk, -'-
:.: 1 Rtad Chair and Sleeping Cars to and from
r Orlando. SANFORD, FIA TIlnstratM freeofTwe

For maps, rates,etc., apply to Company' AGENTS NAW Itookn.and proof tba
tlOOa month 1 made selling ont
write to
Agents,or '
new edition of Mother,Home
A. O. MAODONELL, WORK 'FOR ALL. $5O; A AVEJBK and and Heaven,180,010sold. Edited by T.L.CnrterI
Gen.Pass.A Ticket A ent.D. expenses paid. Outfit work %o .D., K.75' ( also 10,000 Curiotl* of the
.E. MAXWELL,Gen.. Sups and particulars free. P. O. VICKEKY- Bible Introduction hy J.Vincent..f).D.Ulan
onvUleFla gusts, Me. stated, $2. I?. u. TII \r. 771 Broadway,K. Y.





': tQOBER: J1,, 81 1'. :'" -..: r-_ _____ m-r_ P .A. .. ___ .<" ;.':-. 4871;..'.,

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TIMES A'V'- NNr: JII ,L I N E V ANNAHJ.OlUJA.) .A DW. SjJf.: I JacksDnvillB

:c **! \... -' J -FOR- RAILWAY. : .

'" LS34toHpUftS! ?. ; ; YBV. -.YORK; A.Q WAYCROSS SHORT. LINE '
,. ... \1..1 -
"-/ BETWEEN t \ -
.- .. .
Bfevannah, New York. BOSTONAND All ,Trains ,on this Road are runby Central Direct all-rail route between Jacksonville
; "
and Philadelphia, "'-' .' Standard Time.. -",.' ....: Green Cove Spring, Palatka Gainesville
.. -' Ocala, Leesburg, DeLand Enterprise,Titus-
I and between Boston y ac ; ; Passenger TralL-s! will leave and arrive dally
and Savannah as follows: vile, Sanford, Mt. Dora, Tavares, Winter
I "V Park Orlando,Tampa and Southern. Florida.
PHILADELPHIA. WEST"INDIA FAST MAIL. Time table in effect June 27, 1857. (Central;
65 to 70 HOURS.
Arrive Jacksonvllle..NN.N..N..12:00 n'n standard time. A means a.m.: Pmeansp.. m.)

Leavp Jackson vilie......_............-.....;.. 7.tti a zu T
Arrive Waycross._.__........;..-......._ 9:18 a m GOING SOUTH.
Ocean Arrive J(SUp,....... ...................._.._.10:32 a m .Lv Jacksonville. from $., F. &W. Ry Station.
Steamship Companv. Arrive Bavannah......?.............._.._.J2.-OH p m CUban-
Arrive Charleston............................... 4:46 p m Pass. Man. Pass.
(Central 90'Meridian Time). Arrive Richmond...........................-... 6:54 a m Dal1y.
Arrive Washington......._..................11:30 a m STATIO S.' A.l\I. P. M. P. M.
1? as S' n'li: eRa to.s : -* Arrive.Baltimore.-......_..........._.12:40 p m Lv JacksonviUe...._....... 8:00 12:30 3:4.
Between Jacksonville and New York 1st class $ I.flO; Intermediate S18.00; Fxcurslon 512.00. ;. Arrive Phlladelphia.... ................_ 3:10 p m OrangePark..N..N. 8:30 J2:56 4:1S:
'c ; ... .. 8tePI'H2e'12.0J. \\.t. Arrive New York...............,............._ 5:50 pm Green Cove Spring.. 9:05 1:21 4:5-1
,;. Jacksonville and Boston, lit class $25.00; j!:xcui>Ion SJ3.50:Steerage 1250. Pullman Bullet Cars to and from New York Ar Palatka....._......... 10fO 2:11 6:5.1
THE Magnificent Steamships of this Company are appointed to sail as follows: and Jacksonville and I ullman Sleeping cars Lv Fa.1atka........_...__ 10:05 2:15 6:00
j to and from Jacksonville and Tampa. Pomona..._....._... 10:40 6:31
.; ; FROM SAVANNAH TO NEW'YORK.CITY I1untingtonCres.C.( ) .6:45
OF AUGUSt'A ""apt Catharine .tl:'.... ..::.. ..._...._"FucdayOctober2& u .._.. 11 )!) 30 7:10.
k TALLAHA8SKECapt.Fifher .,,,... .................. .........Tutf-day, October-7Wa.ii:; NEW ORLEANS BXPRES DeLand Jun t1on_. 12:08p 3:52 '8P5
CHATTAHOOCHFE,.Capt.Daggett.::...........-........ .........* .. FridayOctoberT-: a. m Arrive Jacksonville............................ 7:45 p m 8:20.Lv.
NACOOCHEE .._....._............... .....?. ........Sunday;Octob- r'I' :30a.m Leave Jacksonville.........._.......... .. /W am Ar DeLand (DeLL Uy 12:25p 4:10
CITY OK CaPt..Kemr.ton. ..... .,..... .:...'..........Tuesday, October 11-1.00 p.m Arrive Waycrce..........._..._.._;:....:.- 918; am Lv DeLand (DeL. By)... 11:50& 1:55 7:40
TALLAHASSEE Capt. Fisher ....:......:u................,......FridayOctober. 14-- 330 p. mCHATrAHOOCHEE. Arrive Thomasville_...................... 1:22 p m Lv Orange City Junc.... 12:2 4:01 8:1S
Arrive Bain bridge............ : ..... 3:33 "
C NACOOO BEE Capt._ Kempton...........?........_..._...._..__. .,Tuesday,October 187:00 a. m Arrive Chattahoochee. ............._W; 4:04 pxn Monroe.._._._... 12:39 4:18: 8:38
CITY OF,AUGUSTA A, Capt. Caiharire;....-... ......:.:J ..._..:.::....Friday October-.9:00 a. m Arrive Pensacola via L. &: N.R.R-_iO:10 p'mArrive' Ar Sanford .............._... 12:52p 4:30p8:4; 3
TALLAHASSEE J. apt, Fisher.- ............,....:.:.,...H..Sunday October 23= : mCHATTAHOOC11.EE Arrive.Mobile via L.&N.R.R.......:.....2:15. a m A. M. _p bl.Lv .
C .... .... ": October-'1OOp.m New Orleans viaL.&N.R.R. 7:10 a m
pt. Daggett. ; ? Tuesday Sanford._._._...._ 9:00 5:00Ar
NAOOOCHEE,Cap1.. Kempton. ... ..........:. Friday,October 28- 3:30 p.m Pu-lman Buffet Cars. to and from Way cross SOrrento..............._ 10:12 5:57
New Orleans via Pensacola and Mobile.
CITY OF AUGUSTA,Capt Catharine.............. .. Sunday,October 80, 5:00p.m: and Mt Dam............?....10:32; 6:13
; FROM'SAVANNAH 'BOSTON. TavarE's........._._._ 10:486:27
A. C. LINE xxPBXss. .
GATE CITY Capt. E. R. Taylor.................. _.......-_............Thursday, October 68:00: a.m Leave Jacksonville.........:. ......_....... 2:05: p m Ar Enterprise_...?_._ 4X .
CITY.OF \fACON, Capt. H. Lewis.......:......_........:.._.........Thursday. October 13- 230 p m Leave Callahan_........_...-_..........__ 2:47 p m Lv Enterprise ..........._ 4:30
GATE CITY Capt.Taylor.,...: ../::,...,... Thursday, October 20-8:V4a.m! Arrive Waycr08s............-.................... 4:40 p m Osteen....__..._._._ 4:56 .
CITY OF ,MACON Capt Lewis. ......Thursday October 27- 2:30: p.m Arrive Savannah..N..NN.: .._...._ 7:58 p m Ar TltusvUle...._ ..._ 8:32

FOR :PHILADELPHIA.These Arrive Charleston_....._......_....-.. 155 a m Lv Sanford (So FlaRy). <4:10;,
Arrive Wilmington.............._........_. 8:25 a m Ar Orlando..._______ 5:32 .-,
[ Steamers do not carry Passengers.] ...... ... ..........._ KIssimmee ...__...... 6:15 '.
Arrive Weldon _. .. 2:40
I DE8SOUG .. October 2- 6OOp. m p
Capt. N. F.H6wes--........__....;.._...".........:-.. .. Sunday, Lakeland
UNIATA October790( m Arrive Richmond............................_ 6:00 p m W ,8:00..
Asklns.. .. .. .
._ a.
: Capt. ? .N..N.NN.W..NL..Friday. .WednesdayOctoberl2-1 & Arrive Washington-...._......-..............ll:X)p m Bartow..._..........__. "8140 -
DESSOUG Capt. BOWes ,. : p.m ........_..._...._ Tampa (So Fla ... '9:10 .
JUNIATA .. .. 17 6:00 m Arrive New York 6:50 a m Ry. /
Capt.Askins.: ...........-....._.-.. ..Monday October p. '1
DESSOUG, Capt. N. F. Howes;..........._... ....._._.............Saturday, October 22- 9:30 a.m Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars from Jack- Lv Palatka (Fla So Ry) 10:058': '> '
JUNIATA. Capt. Ai ins. .... ......'.....Thursday,October 27- 2:30 p. m New York. Ar Gainesvlile................. 12:20p:
Ocala......._. 1.18 ,
Connecting with the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Waycross Short Line) Arrive Jacksonville ......................... 9:45 a m BrooksvilleMW1..WW 6:40
1 i to the Traveling P Shippers advantages equalled by no Leave Jacksonville............................. 4:15 p mLeave
,,'? ;Tnrooue Tickets and Bills fblLading issued to principal point North, East anndlNorthwestr Waycross.....-......__....-......-.-. 7:20 p m GOING NORTH.
.Tia Savannah. For Information and rooms apply to Leave Gainesville -.............-..._.... 3:45: p m Cuban 1\1al1. Pass Pall
>r'HENRY YONGE Agent, C.,G. ANDERSON, Agent, Leave Lake City......._........? ...--.-. 8:25 p m Dally. ,-
'. i .Pier No.35, NorthKiver,New York. City Exchange Building,Savannah,, Ga., Leave Live Oak....._..........._.............. 6:55 p m STATIONS. P.MA.M.. A.M.
.RICHARDSON & BARNARD Agents Savannah Pier, Boston. Leave Thomasvllle.-----.10:55 p m Lv Tampa (So Fla RR). 8:10

W L.J'AJtIESbAgent, 13 S.Third Street,Ishladelphla. Arrive Albany...._-..-.........N.N..W.N.1:22am Lakeland _.._............ 9:00
J. Agent, Sav.,Florida & Western Ry. Co. 261.Broadway,?.Y. Arrive Montgomery via Cen. R.B.-. 7:26 a m U Bartow....._._..._. 6:00
G. M. SORREL. Gen. Manager. H. R. CHRISTIAN'J, Soliciting Agent. Arrive Mobile via L.. &N.R.R.......... 1:50 p m U KIssJmmee..ll:20 e6:2) 11:40
i For Tickets,apply to S., F. & W. Railway office. Arrive New Orleans-via L. &N. R.R. 7:20 p m Ie Orlando .............__... 12:25& 7:10: 12:001"
Arrive Nashville via L. &N..R. R..- 7:05 p m Ar Hanford (So FIa R B 1:00 8:20 1:150

Arrive Louisville via L. &: N.R.R.... 2:12 a m Lv Titusv1l1e....__...... 11:28
0 2,500,000 ACRES OF LAND Arrive Cincinnati via L. &:N. R.B.- 6:30 a m Ie Osteen ...................._ 1:l2p
I Arrive St. Louis via L.&:N. tt.R..N.. 7:35 a m Ar ]:33p

Pullman Buffet Cars to'and from'Jackson-. Lv Enterprise....... ._... ]:3'7p
vine and St. Louis, via.Thomasville Mont
FOR: SALE BY gomery and Nashville.EASTTENNEfeSEK. Lv Tavares-.........._...... 7:00 11 full
., l\It Dora ..... ............ 7:13- 11557a
: EXPRESS. II orrento.................._
4 Arrive Js:Jacksonville.......-_....__-. 7:25 a m I Ar Sanford ...... ...._.._ A 1\1 1:88 12:17p
THE FLORIDA SOTITDERNRAILWAY GOMP ANY Leave Jacksonville........................... 7:60p I ? .8:25 :80p
Leave Onllaban---.._-........... 7.40p m I Lv SHnford..W..N....._.... 1:15 8:10 .:35p
Arrive Wraycross........._.................. 9:30 p m "" Monroe................. ... 8-10 1:41
Arrive Jesup.....--........-:...................-10:57 p m Orange City Junc.- 1:48 8:59 2':02
SITUATED IN THE COUNTIES OF Arrive Macon'via E.TV.; &: G. R. R. 8roa.m DeLand Junctton_.. 2f" 9:12 2:13

Arrive Atlanta via E. T.V.&:G.. R.It. 7:20 a m Ar DeLandUeLandRy( ) Dm 2Z1

Columbia, Bradford, Clay, Putnam, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Orange, Arrive Chattanooga E.T..V. &: G. 1:35 p m Lv DeLand "u St,) 1:55

a Pullman Buffet Cars and passenger coachesto Lv Spring Uardt"n......... 2:19 9:31 2:00
Sumter, Hernando, Hillsborough Brevard Baker Polk & Manatee and from Jacksonville and Chattanooga. ev1l1e.........._. _.. _. 3:02 10:00 3:10:
SAVANNAH EXPRESS. Huntington (Cre3 C) 3:26 0:29 3:31

Consisting of the finest Orange Faiulng, Vegetable and Grazing Lands In the State of Flor- Arrive*Jacksonville. _. ...-NN.....-.5:30 a m U Pomona........-..._.. 3:38 10:40 3:41
; *..Ida. Pricet $1.25 per acre and upwards, according to location. Arrive Gainesville. ........-......_....-...10:30 a m Ar Palatka ........__...._ 4:15 11:12 4:14
Leave Jacksonville:....-..-.........-...-...'9:00 p m
,.. ;: For further Information apply to Office Florida Southern Railway Co., Palalka.,Fla. Leave Gainesville............-......_...-. 3:45 p m AY AM
Leave :Lake City.---: .... 3:25 p m Lv LeesburgFia( So Ry) 10:5
1... N. WJJLKIE, W. P. COUPEK, Leave Live Oak..._.-..--...._..-_...-.... 6:55 p m Ocala,._.........__?.... 12:4rp
Arrive Waycross.-............... ...-._.11:45 p m OalnesvUle,............... 6:45 1:30
? Chief Clerk and Cashier Land Department. Chief Engineer and Land Commissioner. Arrive Albany via B.&: W.R.R-._. 5:00 a m Ar PaJatka..._....... 10:4! 4:10
Arrive Macon via Central R. R.......... 9:10 a m Lv Patatka.NN.W..WN..N
-. Arrive.Atlanta via Central R. R:...... 1$5 p m Green Cove .. 5:21 4:17 11:17 1:19
Spring. )2:19p 5:16
: Arrive Chattanooga via.W.&:A.R.R. 7i 5 p m Magnolia __...__.. 5:23
! t Braidentown Real Estate Agency. Arrive Savannah....._._.__....-.-....... 6:10 a m Orange Park._..._... 5:58 12:22 12:56 5:18
Arrive Charleston....._ ............-.-.-.11:40 a m Ar JackfiOnvlUe..... 6:3Ca 5:4S
Pullman Buflel Cars Jacksonville to Cincinnati .
.. ..EDGAR M. GRAHAM, and through coaches Jacksonville to Three trains between Jacksonville and San
: "' Chattanooga. ford. No change of cars between Jacksonville-
:{ : Attorney at Law, Real Estate Agent and Justice of the Peace, Pullman Meeting Cars to and from Jacksonville and Tampa.The .

f h. Braidentown Manatee Co. Fla. and Savannah. 12:30p.m. Cuban fast mall train awaits
Through Tickets sold to all points by Rail the arrival of the fast mail from the North
r. Will buy and sell all kinds of Real Estate on commission. Eighteen years' residence li and F'teaR Ship connections, and baggage and stops only at the principal stations andat
?.Manatee County. Personal knowledge of most of the lands throughout the county. As tpracticing > checked through. Also,.Sleeping Car berths Lemon street, Palatka, making connectionat
" Attorney and as County Judge for a number of, wing have had occasion tc and sections secured at the Company's Office Tampa with steamers for Key West and
,become familiar with many titles and the County Records. been continuously engaged in Astor's building,82 Bay street,and at Pas- Havana on Monday and Thursday evening
,all these years In the actual cultivation of the principal fruit and vegetable products senger Station,and on board People's Line unman Buffet Sleeping cars are attached to
of this semitropical section, gives me advantages in the selection of the various qualities ot Steamers H.B.Plant and Chattahoochee and this train from New York through to Tampa,
lands suitable. Maps and Abstracts furnished, Titles examined and Deeds executed. Information DeBary-Baya Line Steamer City of,Jackson and to 8:00 p. m. train from Tampa through to
furnished. Correspondence solicited. ville. WM. P. HARDEE, Washington.
NOTE,-Braidentown is situated on the south bank of the beautiful Manatee River,about General Passenger Accent.RfiTvarfn Direct connection is made at Palatka with
thirty-five miles south oi Tampa. Haa daily service by the elegant steamer Margaret. Ad q' Q 1"'T."' UTffn +"Tid""t. the Florida Southern Railway t* and from
.,acent are the lovely Terra Cefa., Sarasota and Palma Bola Bays teeming with all kinda offish Gainesville Ocala,Lee burg.and other points!
,clams and oysters; and here on the Gulf coast are the most beautiful building sites IE; reached by that road. Also with the St.Johns
,the world with thousands of acres of hammock and pine lands,where tropical fruits. and and Halifax Railway for Ormond Daytona.
choice vegetables may be.grown to perfection. At Huntington wltb stages for Crescent City.

K Poultry. At Oranage City Junction with B. 8., O C. fc:
Fancy A. By for Lake Helen end New Smyrna. At
CANADA UNLEAOHED HARD WOOD Monroe with Orange Belt Railway Apopka
and Oakland. At Sanford for all points
MONCBIEF POULTRY YARDS, reached by South Florida Railroad.
Supplied in Car Lots. P. O. Hex 381 Jacksonville, Fla Steamer leaves TItusville for Cocoa Hock
ledge, Melborne and intermediate If lings
W. W.
AS H ES. PUT UJ JN BAGS Olt BAR ELS. FENDBICH on Indian River,at 8 a.m.,Monday,Wednes
: White and Brown Leghorns, Light Brah- day and Friday. Returning, leaves :Mel
; mas, Plymouth Rocks, Lang hang. and bourne,at 5:30 a.m., Tuesday, Thursday and
; Cheapest. Fertilizers in Use.: Wyardottes Until further no-ticewill fur Saturday. \
I ;. '"' nish Eggs from the above varieties at|1 pre City ticket office northwest corner Bay and
I Direct shipments. Guaranteed analysis. Price and:Pamphlet free. Address i.:l.%: : thirteen delivered at Extrest office! Hogan sts. L.C. DeMiso, G.T.A.

I :' .,;.. C1IAS., STEVENS,-Box-437, N.paaee. ( ,," Mention DISPATCH. if. R.:MORAN,GemSupt. and G. P.A..
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.. The elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sail .
: From Jacksonville '. -- '
A.X> A \rS: =,. ," Every Thursday, as follows' : -

: MANATEE, Hr.A.f, Steamer CHEROKEE........:'&.. Thursday,October 13th,1:00 p.m
tJotkrr Pa tlii' and Justice of the l'eace. SEMINOLE...................................,...,...Thursday,October 20th,6.-00 a. m
CHEROKEE .' ,Octobtr27th,t2.00 m

Has for sale one thousand acres of choice From Fernandina,Fla.,

,l&liddn'rlverlo. Ellenton and sight Palmetto of 3iauatee.Bralndentown. } and. Geo. S. Hacker & Son Every Sunday evening after arrival of F.:R. & N. Co's trains, as follows:

la manufacturers' agent for Wire Fencing: Steamer DELAWARE......... .....Sunday,October 2d '
'Poultry, Netting, Lime, Cement, Fertilizer. MANUFACTUKEK OF YEMASSEE Sunday,October 9th
And Plantation Supplies,Cracked,Torn and DOORS SASH BLINDS MOULDINGAnd CITY OF COLUMBIA .... ................"........................sunday.October 16th
Face,Ora ulated Lime,Rock'And *heh. Cattle II YEMASSEE. ... .October 2M
and Poultry treed ground to order In Material. CITY OF COLUMBIA .Sund ,October 30th
steam jnlll on premises Building All Ships sail from Fernandina after arrival of afternoon trains of Florida R'&Uway'and }
Has also breeding kennels of acclimated Office and Warerooms, King, op.Cannon St. Navigation company. .
Averack and .It St-tura, Irish bull Terrier Charleston, 8. C. Steamers are appointed to'sail from Pier 29.E.R.,New York, every TUESDAY and FBI.
*. Slow-trail Bloodhounds and Colorado DAY,at 3 p.Tuesdays': ships for Fernandina and Fridays'ships for Jacksonville. '
Catch or Tiger Dogs (for wild hogs,bear and 'OU..WANT A OO The Freight and Passenger Accommodations by:this Line ar unsurpassed. Every atten.tion .
tramps), ? DOC BUYERS' CUI E. will be given business entrusted to this Line. Direct:all.shipments l from New York'its f
CLYDE'S'FLORIDA LINE Pier 29 East Klver. '
OUR POULTRY YARDS .Colored SdAb*. 100 engravings -
are welletockedWith.: 'freshly Imported male Jof different breed,prices they le For.further Information apply to ,
.bird which are mated with carefully. selected worth and where to boy them. J..A. STEAD Agent, F.SI.I BUS MONGER,JR.,G. F.P.A.. J. A. LESLIE,Agent, t
hens of.our own raising, each variety being ARsociATEb FANCIERS Fernandina,.Fla. ,Jacksonville B la. 88 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville F1a.
THEO.G. 'EGER.Tra1ftcManuer WM.. r. CLYDE k.Co. Agents
allotted to separate enclosures tn a lorty-acre : pen. ,
orange grove. Fgg: relully. packed in baskets 887 S.Eighth 8t.Philadelphia,' '.. 3.5 Broadway Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia,.Pa.35 Broadway,-:N.-;Y>

White at following itfghorus pr.cs(Knap: ) Pit Games To sell our Stamps Rubber. ESTABLISHED 1175. '
(teAlhwoottl), Plymuuth Rocks,(Hawkins), IT PAYS Free C ttalo.:ue to Aeents.; ,
Game ratams(Shouldings), Light Brabmas I '
(WiUCtaun, Itouenand uscovy'1)ucke$1.00 Cleveland, Ohio '.. .GRAIN;: ( : 'GARDEN .SEEDS y

per thirteen. O
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Claiborne and Cuban Games.Silver Heard 1 MUtt11<:. OL D. -
and Civsied Polish, W.F.'Hlack Spanish) buff} AND -
\ n Laced eabrlghts'! and Imperial ; hot in Keuka,near P. .x'25
.White Pekln Ducks,$1.50 per thirteen. 1 Keuka on .Lake................. '15, FERTILIZERS 1 '
White Crested Black Polands, Hondans,'. }40 Acres near BostwIck..:............., 100 ,

.Coneya Wyanddttes Brown" (Prestom Leghorns( ), Lan S2JUO gshave per thirteen.(Crouds), 10 Acres fruit land at Keuka.., 100 'T1t1IA.M. : : A.. ?: 3C. ZT ;s""., t

Bronze and Se.ninole Turaeys, $3.00 per 10.Acres in town of Keuka ......... 300, ,(Successor to J. E. Hart,) r .

nine. 5 Acres Oranges, Peaches and Pears' 600, .20 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. _

noi. .Booted.* Halt. Whl e Cuban Carrier Pigeons' ,$1.50 Small Grove and House (nice take) .. 700.,,, handle none but the Best and most Be1Lble.! Seeds. My new Catalogue will be sent free en
ED. RUMLEY, Keuka ,F1a..tATT'S ---: application. Also, Wholesale Dealer in '. -

H. OHANNON ,'GO.Canvas AUTOMATIC FRUIT SIZER Hay,-,Corn, ,Oats, Flour, Grits, Meal, BranWheat,


Ji FOB .

ThIc-: I. ,E. Tygert & Co.'s Star Brand ,Fertilizers.Guaranteed .
1l J\tons., Stacks, Etc ,
Awarded the First Premium at the South Florida Analysis. '
DUCks Exposition. Send for description and price to the

Cotton Patentee,-THOMAS.HI ATT- -,Leesburg_ ._ ,-Fla.MUNSON'S -. Comprising ORANGE TREE and VEGETABLE
tENTS ALL KUDS.vidTh*. TftMJC ...
BOOK* atilogue pent fr f.>. ,

2'l '02'< MnrKPt street,ChleRJ1O; ,111. GRINDINGFOR NITRATE SODA, KAINIT, ETC. '

Prices on application. July Z1 U

T08ChofS! Players Singers[ CORN It. T. YOUNG, Justice of the Peace. F. M. COOPER, Notary Public.

Khould uf>w select and purchase Mimlp! Hooks 18,000 Acre .

for their the and pleasure during the ensuing' GRINDINGTheBESTonEARTH Of the best quality heavy oak,hickory and cabbage hammock, having miles of river and
FaU and Winter. 1i1 bay fronts and best water protection in Florida. Especially ;:_
Oliver Dltfton & Co, issu adapted to Florida fruits and vegetables. "
such immense quintltles that itls perfectly A 2 -1 4sill
Impossible advertise tt. All new publ'ca- = Iq a
Lions are faithfully autllntelllgentlv I describedIn Mill Outfits ,;... : I _..o IIIII

their Interesting and valuable FullFlouring g iiG 'g:! s'YOUNG & COOPER g= .1
MONTHLY: JUCSIC VI UtCOHD, Send for Circulars. Address ) .... : f g'" :.
VfUX)per year/which every o 'e nf eds. o 'g s::cP = O'- ... M t
Look Out for( tho imprint of Oliver) Dltson MUNSON BROS. go aba''=aw app -I). !
Real ?
Estate; ; Agents, isigM.gS53
A; Co.,on the music you purchase. They do ;! O o d1II 2m! !
not care to publish anything bat the best BoxSlG. UT1CAN.Y. .. CIS 0 k 0 -I"' '') p' c->> ...0
music, and their name Is a guarantee of 3 *p H ao ar-CO c -m-* Palmetto, ITIniiatee. Co., Fla. g ;-= q" i 8
merit. CIS :(); 'COQ i
Send fog Lists, Catalogues and Descriptions I Beautiful New Up sag.u ww- go o I: fo ape
of any Music or Music I Book wanted. right Piano, Rosewood t.I. f 7
Town property Improved and unimprovedin
Case I. x
Books. ,only$165. all the towns on the Manatee River. Beautiful river and
New And Popular New Organs only bay fronts Pare salt water. Oysters fish and clams. Lovely building siteson

Plantation and Jubilee Songs.: $60 ? Greatest Bar I .mainland an.I_I1nds.acbU"rj1E.!! rpaJH '"lorresponrtenc' solicited.!
Ever Offered.1
Newest and Best collection. 30 cts.
Established 28 years. Vr vr S mr r m **r m- n n w mr HH r fr H op .a
Kmailliel. Oratorio by Trowbridge. $1.00, For Catalogues,address '
$9.00., er doz. New. An American Oratorio. GemPianoandOrcanCo.Washington ENTERPRISE-MEAT CHOPPERSi

J hovall's Praise. church Music Book --.- -: '
1.00,9.00 per doz. Emerson's newest and --- BEST IN THE WORLD GUARANTEED TO CHOP,

United Voices. For Common Schools, Chas. M. Davidson & Co. Ton, CHOPPIXO No 10) Chops 2 Ibs.per minute]

50 els. $4.80 per doz. Just out. Charming No.231 East\ Trade St., Charlotte, N. C. S au.agea.ea.1 t, MinceMeat SHOWN" > Price, 83.0O. k
|9 Chops per minute
School Song Collection. ,- Hamburg Steak p ,1
Any Book'Mailed For Retail Price. for Dyspeptic, Beef' e Chops 3 lb.,.permfnute I
.to. 22
Tea for Invalidst p)
OLIVER UlTSON A CO., Bo tou. of Florida Fruits solicited. Farm sod Fireside says: 0 32 Chops 4 Iba.per minute i
C II. DITSONA CO., Shipments "It 11 the only Meat Cfbop- Price, 88.00.
___ 867 Broadway,Ne Yortr. per we ever aw that w. t) w
Special attention pAid to the sale or ornn es. would give house room. It, Imerlran Agriculturist gays: ',

oo WLL) BUY THE BEST S Ate'1LL Quick sales and prompt returns. t ,has proven machine eueh that very we want nfol '.Chopper"We have a thorough given tills trial Meat with

Stencils { our.readers to enjoy itabene- meet satisfactory mqlt
sent on application. fits with na." "'
KReferences-Commercial National Bank, t -. kind made In either!hem phe rVKO.
Merchants and Farmers' National Bank, SOLD BY THE

UltxHtrated Descriptive Cireolar.
for 30c.:',Shirt

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