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T
I I fe L
." N-4.,710.
hi d Iall aboafd-'.was the cr
,ub eard, an
ectioh of tbe'State; touG tE 1_,
b ei on eidonie and
q,19 WV a soitIewhat,.noyel oriej it must b d'
the ch0ges' made' by opening ; j gt nti' rm' ;at er ial ald'wo-uld b6 given -, I. .:,..
UR W,_ OdS
-,to be heard in 'these
the countrywest -OJLtbe Misslss, b pusini s men',of.B 'nil
ppi ar ow. t" h, come an
-h : I But the "too'. z as na y d
b the iron horse diiring the'last' idont, K-iiappA represented'
VRLsl 'CO
com stay.
6to
( Ua'rter of a'-'cenitiry, anja PAbo j ed itqr pfthePA oi
Tb'd much credit -can, d Yb6 gi.v-'. Reacthes Pabo -ho-.read: some. h
r, llbqsie d'for our fair Florida ven a N AA
enio',jbe.printipal pr6riioleis of this ake brighter fattire, At b rh ,mbs 6n. "Th IjUilding 6 e-
enterprise essrs. 64v" KnAPill' ric endo-ve,_ynau4e an- only. T i hi hh h d, the
d t inw ic 6, touc e 61
'Brtow. S
Burl.eigh- and Chollar-77hiCh
ti and, ctilti t ion to -varioussc emesfor-,.railway oiitlet :.tpqan
!Waja 49
so... uch:. for'the betterment'OVthis dreater P c fh t had beef! attempt of late
j4" MA t6d 1 vely lake. region. ,The.,"onc thing i,
e o
amway'. reached In'c'6 i ,epai an' -.ybars dweltu.p.06 the 'advapfa S, di I S 6-,comm
nee u e s now:.
on a loqu6ii0fibu 64 t6 t 6 man g. th6 ftafiiwa W6i1ld givq-us atpresh i 'Or e t ake'-in
ay, ep e, r er, 7, Indeed, has c Pab.r::1
in. .Sp,,. MUc ea et
-li6 h was -p- ct t diI g Up ,
. ex e en something
isIv, Yem' ih e' first station' -from common With A Fro t
'sb'rk Ph6m- .t o,. ulle st measure& ter; depicted, the ch nge th t 'u d h
Proof, Xlidlan B6ff In an ot er prosperity_ ;occu.r. in thes
_3v*,m-arks'.Ya '6ra,6f, ptogxe '9- el.woods,'and Settlements nortb. of ii S will' join: in
7 7 ;,, I 11 1; i- .: I
-0. M.,
tv& ono* Q lacl in- in 'this fake Thisll 'o I' id trib to 0. one grand celebrAtio' h n the train--'
rp:, .
i_5,Ltx ails 101) fqcjl ties. b ti sby'j'founde'r of Avon Park and Way, so happi v reac Ing, its first staPon e to., Rec6rderl:-Rob'd'
Park T a' had led us 411. into :,ti n"shall entir. barf6w 'bnd touch
sport j..! l o-,,pi( ,t Urje, the.
-in 'l mnng tOrm's the 0
o, w t theState.
the'rail ay sys exh .Ofthe Praniised, .Land,
_P Illy las an kes tbatwoulffoccuir;i ong the
Mad or John' Porter, of take, Th
ine wp6d -the o;.t e Plant, SystemhA4, recently Jis aed'
IV sr Jamway I e n t e', rarnway towns and
Min e6la follo a very i1pe folder;., on One s4de Qi which
wed with a few rea m, 'ill acon; -_61 n .ities. with ProSp6rous
show. [Va.
ks 4s to thefiext be ',4)* -exteno
"T sta,tidn,qn: t Isaap
ly r Id"be f6iiii'd6d" 'WA th e t6 n ar lines covered b t
y n.
hq, systewa d ojiAh'',
re TOUte -an&S t f Construction
71 I aik ay a 6. t UP :0
_od d be within the jpar sey
J- :.. I I other 'are half tone. portrafts.oU, all the,
t ('6 6t inlry, ',Jts progress fox., o o'such celebrati _''s'a's.' BUrleigh called'upon, the people'to' t e aLfa E 0, 1 tion'. It
touch the'financialbutton"- of the is tobavea wide. circulation and been watched With deepanter-,,showi fig, *,hero;' ent _,will
c ers of.. 'civiliza j Q
-doubt prove an Impbrtant factorjn tails '
-f. ,;*6stby all'the residents:-Of fhe- i"e "tion were crySfkli ing bn the tbr_ con'Gern., and-Iis Sawmill would do
portion work
u.Lipp.er.beOt th est;,an t on President. Knapp,
0 an ower, ders o f this belt of Aakes.: B ut to d,
Volk 4 oujoios, Jbr.. whe n "we,' c'an a6complish,:this we imust: all"work t notleast The Plant System seudsihei A FPLE
foacli the rriarketgof: the, or we together. iri harrilony; and ,look 7 Crosb president of anew folder headed ids ibA
Nov. Scotia" time -how
,&A n i,.then bbgin' Wing of the Florid :,'.D velo tables 9 owing
more 'to 6ur -own off 6its- than ta a e comtDreachthemost. Important po nta
v6getabl6sand:'.,.be ass d at help- from fho'outside pa y
ure 1h world.
Alabaina, South Carolina' Ge
c ,
Tle began -,b Stating that one of Flo' an. buffet for theim- Y, rida, Cuba and: Nova offs, a,
there willb, 'He was followed by Rev. G. C.
Mj ,JS6 pineappe crop that'jS S UL r e of em. Prominence
r4, Ut- the original directors the South SySt
L incoln Who-declared in-th6' ALLgivenAbe new
SeCa-_.In US jy:pf t 410'66 roa told' hirn te'to N Y h :West Cbas t'
to, e that when the rou ew,
'th' h d' ork over t eL.
Set that Ur onl Salvation. *as of -all
y iffie, carryiD g tbe.,West India fast In
Jinesout o anford.:fiad been
ti e hereabou .-: 'L'
Ui I pro
assume
ofthepeo'ple ly: a: wooden tramway
6ct di to J On was
Thel,"direc ors. o e. Coropany right fancy, get out- Utput to The other afternoon tbe workof erect
coljti!mplated' so that We were not, iDj the neiwkeam:gris't and, coxAmill'of Signalized. ihe'eyent ivin an ajou
byLg g -h with. the, outside world;
the. fir to start in this way of t)dk.jaWab&L; avenue,
and so 0. L J. Itagood
Pab-or La e o the modest! trbmiway might not beone
lead..up to Somethin better.L L Ocala,' was: completed, and- in, a week,
si d e n tsof Wvon:.Park and at 10 f theLLgreat arteries L t- -9 n e will L
f OfL traffic, bu b' h the new e terpris 6, ready to re-'
ros y, w o'bas-just returned
the fi 'th, nearly, a --we'cduld make it an important v6in Y This L is' lie of the In hnYL
ro e, ork, the e s b- ce
7 ,_hlindred poop e p ep, are. or pic- that would 'on LL ngave th
c neCt with'.some new small', industries being L pitabllshe d
f L several in erviews he had
give U, stance Q L i
I and promises. too be. d it e a iu'
rjj ejjjg; L arqvf'd and, proceeded to greater railway'an L gthe one nOca a, L
with e Plant cess
0 L s; iin thing neededfor the 'fj jft had L, representatives of th
gr tin dpv--lop-- Jt.LjS given h
SysteM 4 Which. great encourage ou. ,_Positrvely Y"t osesn ,
a iM -6ne, hour- t e 8 o Which
egon rain, :meut of the lake, region, int ly 0 L
ment waSL'gIVen Lt eventual t3r posed toknow4 wi 4- h'
ithdr e ore. we were bri 6L to
people to the headquarters of the 141 h- gprfi
U# wooden tramway would give- plac
division of I A
found homes. 'it L h 6nCystm. orihe _!
U'ncb, P.t'ps-d6ift Kiia p nt was the ty jnjpbrtaj t L
'Af ter ra Is. At grese du
faL6 ti offlo a 6 w .1.1 be removed
-from'
alle assomb or&r'and -Mr. Joseph W.: Car-so' in of Frost of all th6 peb le to Work together in pal -soon as prutte
f L : IL, I tL "' lj L %L . I L .. I I I I
noiijjCo dL t. at there Wbu e at roo L was the. nex spea er. e armonyto secure early cdmple- b16' L
! _, Jew'shoft p ech sjii .th music by. had recently, he.-said, visited.Bar- ion r'L propose Deputy nited States, Marbh ls-T.-
Ball Paptared a-ifflf re
tL, -,.'th&,, 15knd. He-thert introduced- tow and while'. theie interviewedL would'drigweradminb for.ourpres- Watts and J1.
centj L fl L m114:,southiv gt of Chiplij"
e, ei
that.town-In- ent n edi andL lead tfip W y to Some_ W to
Agar 'A. Vaborwh 3LS" a repre e, Usiffess men Of h L
in n bmirity,
f' -and arreste4,Luth;6r,
Lin Lak do! I JYL L otter in A e, earl
os e fi ta f iv e f tho-P, at & 'the int6res ts of t eLAramw, iI' Ure. Albbards -and little so' i satiIU4 "Wfi6,
on n
M
th ml
a. briefaddrejS that. the:,couhtyLseat ',,of The. ban ht before _Un1Wd,,8ta,
me. rva 5 L,, Uri
erdjoiced,. I h, Ilie-rn at Polk"C6 L. Dn6r Pdrttr, alid'in AelAul
Wit uhty.,was e. :.pollitwhereL Iftte L then M, 8,1
L.L of ,,L;t e e der'
d I Rtchiitd4bji
SsfUl b6giiiniffg o a t.aj4' Ithe%.,-Trai way system' L formance and. the ex'to gave d4ida er
viit allt.'so, shoul be Touched, ftii&h6 e were at an en
orrboDd. Th
&,top hfpf:'this th e'L m'afiagement of,'tlie The-11to6t toot!,' of the d i
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RM-Pu n, thedt aip hi ifi oe o ar fe
found ~ ~ Wat ht emrcat

-Leffet p~cataears cay se n t e chi las n.go de nd T e
,Or be obse aof of e h fri awe n hrvreiso tc
'. retre.
1ly a fe chufas are eingb rase aond
career observe the wMte thi wekwdeetl yM R
ro of theer frui in usr ofo be fo som lie had 1rownwoul l t eee th t' ebanged
frmous uantitie offpair iilytth eien hc
it ta bue moet ofta *enptu tstdt h xo1
Vdtlryme- O prodita arid~c trabee fade on prvtha ehe a abll adra.
or6ti., In earees peeins, dapte tocso itsh gro th, Itis n elumsfof~ fineee quality cMibe en Aod.o for i bob anad eat
repoutwil on ever fo it n rive nd fattnn srpe p ert n6*hieu
xel up nu oe n Aktses. A nd V i ts y e isa enrmus Itw re ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ O from thet'Qy, viiyrsent.esltl-atninorfriizlg h
ere kl~P aread elifonia all qeton 0 hadps awthnf cur ofb sta ccossuly bermad
to dipos o w ics.'[h writer' igl t hin in v Flriaefeneugh maten- I m ak
'Of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tatti same situtio th shouldneof t beo' given toer the cutvt o fpe outh ~v,~o o-e y~'n othe place an thnus;'saa anno t bom g-ower beim e .hs .a..lyohr rp mgtb
by a bsC lf rna boweretru t m testa b ris
high tiranspor tatioWn r oaus osmaandther TE of tabew ih oros ,-ouldsoon mae our
-,-,-eperened n- aiingtnehorticultk sieswralmaain th e wer enirl ineedn of orange
sopprnn grp is give II-arn ywture whic oe r bgods fcr bt son.n .
ithal prnete toe the ,e eidr i, bete codtotihhseout aE
Al brelIn run whba I note has-e eeseor-l hnsosdtd
11ia with the hsoy ftis a to Couri nerin a t apet
4issmip t rverreg'oi ":b t te, xpet- ho e.T he su p eir gra'pe
of''February.rowing wildpaoverly100oyear8zBothfoEqualttottheeOcersiont
REa woodseo Northe- suarolinais
'demonstratand r h t i d o o r h o l e e ve r gt o oin o f g rapted dTom ,s v r lda s a oAD o
sovrdad otwt i w t h1 bad rat hell green peas
rs fro the originalo vne 'v hti em rlzsteevns o
1Pe to prpgt fromat the vedtin me to do it, bu am noLien o
that:, theyi .. o obtine only. anheva.s
"I~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ grape Alll thea solier pThe othe daya Ie-u sat down on oure4nd-ife .A" a seW
Lousowa c4tvae ar the prod. mk porc with Pa pan ofg mya f aorit
This chance seedling foundain etablesninlmyglap, andewaseenjoying
na, treelf rw ea shpe fr ro te mad'.'.parof the stat exteamen star el e atlers. s oc
agdiapsiti n ougmae anounhes rut re
keriments and~ii trials with 'All of arudnIhar o a'
es nctu e, aflrd otldi o h Imstseyurct.ac ad
)72 bulter sel s er cr e. Fo eher s mc o i
Of,.~~am Hayman and Vinelessies 'Then thwee wndw few topen and outR
h oe anreommeta ndf orpant wh1c tune mie wy ad ywf
-pariah~~an Spanish yam maitai 'o MeioHee aJ PBon at' he sad, 'yenoufre mus re
a el s o -the f rt zsweet r otaos mefo mo:h t g aebeoe M .O a
'fand accrdigt thehe stat om some. *e Elgow.
exempt~~ ~ ~ ~ desedsrctv.'yLrT rve l oeany va-h
14 l L'" b'" 1 ,L..-, -L;; co su e e N oriUS thern p otto es h ie oue and all th wa s e. -Te Loich- A
eold, ~~~on didAi well buttits ar notl-r e .e Post .. L d
aimla souher kinds Ap ose antLe x
f w y iath work is or et reslta r.Blusto' o bleei'
fr~~ia leas prdut, aix Lches hirgh,. e, Jrohn, that ea v ers o l raestoa n 'Pilw~trui o porio' i~potaidfrom middesof perun L uidableteno t gofwthe. natur of an e-la
bbutln eight inches bpart mnd amnellesatis? tie hee nof b Ith grpe,- bd plhes goilgqalesy lu-- 20,P s-n w., Hena0 my liebi a i oi















0 iffec parfdo Ihelip -,l~ led ba yee oatats upe thel-Iphots _,if e clr, uo e
d m qiou bi e Ansqit o r as d sivlion towel ha ro enrghld.1T
In V ll ierb q e th inf os -ap~cater-fegisahle, paniistedepo, sanl
ke"seA er11side io dietniodfomtea h ig
hai o sputwieomawek wo.ileep pt h odor doe. Ioritloi
,;I_ iprcivingh keepJhe, ynsqifoe awy Andold 8 Ta diol mb i ti erlt e trely up ad tatr th fall
vhinw. Tle ofirst ae eswithg theebis hous, lrpine Fleori .t is(pav e o. pln
-- Prodi~tin: 'th secndthe A shbe r tect.ed ba plying. e the "Croler,.t eed.--W te,t seele that your t
stock ~7 on phe ofkrs n g an ad, bu wings id o ulr pots. vat U. HE PL
,PJ~~z soft fodd ,,J o mitplg tl ie ror ,at 11 H4 NY
Y ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ d te-Artwl~tlw teprft:nutu'e i h zq4d affi'Gilie xt r it, fse dbeoper ad thue bowl-UEFIV
mittioha ;iitngtertayene vtobe Dono e mr tanwllb
& m~~~tfi~I spmee setinf ofe sqtheu Sout the ate progelean. T eri aln no CL
moqite adrothe cogsequen sore Q
eea cleates aod havoog amon them e .he younglg chickthavegrow
'_ iioti e~temely agin; toe moqor -ain they sring ndto kih e o eradcrn Whnd whrea whe Se
ealaan e tlain getfra e oth aWiIToHfOhUcT ae ces oi a l tms
ngl ee i a nly tow ihI b efalh md ri r n the litechicks free uigd n roo
eseoulo 'ibb6 &bfsritd rbt::il nioqiites AugGOF R atDnEheeisso ehigwrn
noommoate wihou' r 'ain -du, Thled saconthas t shed oes n ly i: n atolwthe ad grse tsherhead wthA the autun, when h e Aosquitos a re ai' d ~ 'agid duaw l gerlly fin the m SUN hun dre& f uilt, withwlasur-dan:,,bconihoenr s 1 so that it is the all, ~ ~~ esl oftay insqit bites.ft to Sete beei crauser eorratho a~ aflb tissze' thindrs mth ndcke s n e iste Iofte edustat thner wnbing ouqg ai
proidd tei s epng quates: re Isppleddrecgty t o se to e s oatn., t o n he by Whenthis isate causen Onitivators.th out cost totado
And.~~~~i Ts-hn-h&oikn.bs.I aop'- goJ id Flroa clip th eahrso lsedwe
-who~so e~sd- heyaeLargstiare
l~~oWe4,,,~~al a. ag, myr et ie s, o p ofe ottoseu -iside theivrtings- Ito will; usah e fou th at wodge
h e v 00,)p twice &,wsuch chick Ire bothered whthodheldree.o ae rn a teg
Theh' tidei. c has nork. at, handis foPh ra oso nts.
thiwnum ei twety-ive .wll eas landing o he falm o p oes aiash pAtd Th reo r l f d por hathes h a llee
rais a~berl. uppy o- y un Cick Win th Stake ofense th a h suc ess rpin lrd, it isIresa o al cicks~ iver to mpall viorth ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i while tou ti-ye todsoerweeteeaodet ~h ii~ lvy
f o' r l a g e f a m l y b s i e s u r iii l le s .Ya n e a it e t d n o y ea i gh a t lh e W h o he s a-- C i i z n d o f e n b r e d r s a r w t h o n
o anau eaao god Europ~eans, tepo ll henkFrench ainds,,l cesrd fr o ehn slo sv
Bootch, dod Piteclu ntecltv- o ehv noulr N o er.mae
ggs~oi ftvribl codtin thanpd; the genera opiniaio ongrig~ats fanciers andl
whstod s- il ante' of6L c loda; te-av a colr breesi 'lts fh ntdSae
L frmie sl Thre fll~ suro i e ths tte is. ha t r inot. bed to e edonem a k i t i aas u c c e s s O n e o f t het S h o s t 1m IAfr i e e g g i s t h n i e s l o
r milixportn pts k i ne o hav the tubers form plkiliAge."
epnoghtobecol.:thiubein ao fat willmoreno andou b ae The Frenchd grwee eseilyfr ENrc nfieeeiVi mc ihrR
tyb .o sm it bl or comecials cofi Sump tio h pat adbedreh ae ens ot aeC tig-reds-o ,Gose it. om n n- a uimszed w he. tubnesun al asor eato e 9 plentyo. odbid nh n siter, o t at t ey :,w ll:,con en ra e he nd -c th e s ut a c well out. the do te wil e ti y in it wh enk h e showC 4heir strength ou n sCi e s. umero s ey a s oure tfi enl ome Wh l.ri ti el
11011'. ofFweaknessesfor each.sprout orvspindleeaEggssareeshippedttofNewaYorkifromo111
hasitsproortonae sockof nfa thBelgiumn hey arces pacein at boxti es infood, jaiiis h es opoi n y u st hikas. nimls th sethe ronp lidi ihct ta.T ebxshl bring~~he upe alueouirgnytothe lsly raae cis ot he sou me asow A arg -bffoe indutriAlotuer, wnhich a s nro t th oshpe rmteW s nbres
bushels per areearbf vor o m uchoe n d o n dhl they rngoe wthhwoe forR H4 ttentio isttpaid he h um e of ueyess WeteritokgW
unes the outtingan soaon as, a aipl mp o
ceheu tues seue tol feeds orisana Teei ag dmn ytefr-1o8
iiieigorqu sprout ng and. oranmne grove ownin commute Pabor Lat
selq u ll ra o t n is w eh e .q u sti on nity a b d o u E us isl o r ans, o u n th es' L a n d s C O V l lt
suflat Thetrs lh bn a ter n ics les laoriout h proo sheds of alle kindst wheeit"to
pri s a cored he~ rin r, fte tr ns- risl of ri squge bys te an t onl be r oo on awaus e. very large crops of hay, desIol of 9 hu i tedecy and is thre moiu : niolle, cow peasiln millets andowt-o
tre not a t h al anit d o r e potatohch o fte foedsta "f ertli ings odyucng "Ill doenet fre aoactlgu ftucal, uzuriatesan oomsso aes fribl loa and ind cool-ifi brops gieow heethssasn an sheto
:fens arun sh rots The drile byste who have heeooebogtalooabtIge
;7 applie'd 1so dircumscribe the sesansion ofthe Ifsrge otyo ofWheir thorse i at ook cae tu 8 eoeli tblwt
bendril of the roots whose 'iofcty orme feedato and neecadeoahrofl ter T e ri

-8isltd harcor ah goodbe tha ay l s .o slidhJ ubtpseall Te o ofa Papid S3'ff -ne i sn re













'dfeetkn s o e of the mos mNG n RI O IAF
an frp ofet Ip 8t v-7 ie fRssalfi r s idididG A

lst. September He Ity will apay thos intedin toer plalt Orcatd to visi myse Nrse
onii aturalist. nrml, atid WrteT Ctalou a Tan nfRmato wa Lted




c-ndtora Ti'i cultuag'8. seo bookaol w 3 ord riffor Falu 6 anWitrdlvl o h fol n p o ul Gildsl ofu Exceletr Grap F ti o a r ite s, Hn-o a c~ r'Trd i ,B

cr~, n h ti. cmpoun SOfton Writ fofriearddscitin,
hepa I Ig o.js~re 11 1 a~t tu rs ne a r oacate W.: HAPN &S N S GeSge I E
usediv drils and )NU S ER E OF~n THE l Hm rw, ahs
wn.i last~ yere the tried

rates'e of tod a 'lifei a- r sfec e stron ao~ r chteor ri t e orpre y u citrue ar Tr eitei lt B d
Jaan Prsii t, d r aes a L. uAN.es MAprigers Dunedn, u1 spotdb or hsmu h e nityo ratermuaion a ou CanMno othln rv ni o aeC
j;I for. eed w~wofldad prtat. egea er ree T6f the dS ee

1 he aar onna the held
intra was,88 a Wich ites fatfh M03ST PROITBL VARITIE forwn btishoesd n Gra tolttesuidet on hitschur wheniraen :Saehrub ard e tc. epie.W aryoeo h ARETSOKO l
NIE STTER. SOK SOhnEAPERBNE1S LaARCunEFlr,


seem tol ea thos t cabkst ist -1usry dR mha
ryrHasntnit in aurormstn

n es e.L.on r-peoutaotuesr8,4 re onowye r expe enc wittthe any pro uc
and ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a th oru irstioatw wtotrtctoatnstewntr sfrtot




Thed reason assid ed Evesltobaaeinurwnos eawhaesletdnd as ywl
One ~ te of Flordast suches ltrc am
OWra 0ne110 Ch~mpeto Miadsme Wopae 0. gr anuara a cutua n
Sae a xp i e t la thye a 1 w i n i- tcl srto s eet eu s ~ lai ot)ltspatc ad tntos n utr
o b tei t h et t erwh r e 1 1- G .o LPTB R l n S L a r l f r n w e i i n ( n a m d And r w i t n t r
GL 'ENIMA RNU.,---R ,:,- ',Vhb~~mlee aee contract bythnle hM

Value ~ ~ thol nib nroughl new cbands Marbok yorr fritain SepWteer ander Otobr a olndgav aoln0sejtmoelmyu ro neard:Savannahad and apltorrupuecsnowokncndfriiznhor re e
Mr e y h thguatl se d frquntlyis e o mes arcond, Tre an bus owfral.I sohv
cabag cop arre.$6l s of Etat es ir a leadingwo varieties, ofOagL m nadG a Frut' trsf sal c es E m ove'm 1C _~ n a'-t 7 tol thise tst wil W i e m0o0pi e n rc s
8 pr cnt hosheri l carg 7 grow efr ,
is,~ as ane advancete rete agent. BONEh,' Agn t e i-rpia
oet otsh, nd1.0oun o 600 to 700
see mel. eetOase bacastrming ORANO.PA

and harrowed n im60pmnds ofau~~rotio a reng are a, HO et1 FOR ATL.A.NT.
onap l 11 fail totlie wee ouri splendid Exhibi atte5ra0E psiin
and, in i at v of bl g cl s of good tha too th hi h s Iwardsa ah Word' ea i g wint e e d
weefom .Bthlat Flarto e truck CtftrOie. smnfcuer esv o 2t ogtcn
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I 1 1! 1 1 0 1 1 i IN I II

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He Had Tried it.,
ifile- fo ow and an werjng, ,qllesion ha N,,e call el here,,',,hQbeg4na
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o6h, il onth 7 d Ri
Tocen, issue 17L Ivor :avepuel
Is A ran
ern Cultivator: r tAild. f
the othe high oiln& the baTt.oDder '0
How am artichokes pd""d and cultivated? alone-,, I.h*mca .3
What amourI aerc?' Where.. can 11:4t abed."Notbing u-I", brmquOy interwhat price per bijibeft' Voes It pay to
feed Jor, ho go. oili ferMe rupted the barteM r. In, the. Landof the.
Y,_J Porteri Al, "But there may, 60 Bir. Please bear
a!t pay 13 ant, artichokes. for hogs?
Would to "I Ine Out. 71 have a lirop6eitiou to make
What v riety Is eat for ogO What kind of JB'INGE,
you, You want cusionI want beer'.' ......
soll6guitthem best?. How should they be planted?
Do -oil I ave to plant them: every year? What "I don't want your custom I" POX E110
kind of maDare SuI them beet? what time ."You wait a bit. You -give me a: glass
uld thoyb evIantedi.and how cultlvated?-m- g d Other Iropical lim its
of beer. Idrink it' and o out doors. an
G W. D., Roweeville,.S. 0.
Standing in front ofjoui door I hi-gan
osr, Jemp atioally Ji sl 'it they are to g-ro-an and moan and yell. : Six or
properly nianAged. Be'sure to get Je- PABORIAKE, DE SOTO CO.',. FLOR I DSO
eight pedestrians halt to fin 'out'what
rusalem',' art o h o k es as the 'Burr art'
the, trouble I yell' somemore and
oL'b I o"k e1 1I ohly, 'for table us-e.,and would, fall do wn and sq nirm rid1kick and have
utterly disappoint you. A fertile soil is a fit. In ten minutes I draw a crowd of 7
46olu tel y necessary for, a satisfactory The Pabor Lake Colon, laa& are in the heart of a magmIllaut lake region of Desoto %16 Polkone hundred people. Draw a. crowd of
I
0 t of a J9undes, about midway between the Atlantic Ocsauaud tle Gulf of Mexico, between tke27a yiela A loamiy. soil,, such as suits most Wd
one hundred Dotrofters in "fr 11
101 of latitude. For this colony a choice selection of about. 2,000.aeres of big Int" rbot cropsJ6, best paral, li.,liine land
saloon and what is the resiilt-ll:16 in- t
shfould- be planted i spersed with live oak, turkAy oak, and black lack oak was made In, the summer 43f 102; here arf
rows three lakes of Tariolog areas, the smallest aboat 10 a4m,11ii-exteni vz J ilis
evitaVe resultr-1 he cash result to thiit lakes.on every side of the tract; feet eaOh ,w1,ayj and, once planted, if a Salo I oD.P' largest about 800 acres; these lakes &is from,26 t I o 76 feet deep, with pure, Sweet. Whol6sol e frald
h ? atein. Theta Are no, marsh lands as they buys a gentle incline 'from the high-. ridges. dow _thil
f iiient number of, tub rs, for seed at e'
The b.artender s 64 hi head. and nu: malarial conditions. No-healtbler locatlov,-,
water's adje; conseqnently no stal nant water
'Sir," cont! nd'i
Ap I in the gkoicmd, each, tall; they will.. nued the niI vou are a be Ion nth State F1 rtant feature" them
-an e of orlda. Freed om from mosquitoes Is also an Italia
Ain:dormant all winter. and in the
"'M man of business. YOU can 800466, per troublesome Inseas make life a burden on the east coastar d along tba gult but theT are'. not eyes, ,
spring commence a new growth, and u ing be
cont. profit a mile away. Yon pres the an annoyance In the I ke regionewhere the lands surro ad thewater are gh. residence js mature-croos year after year. button and I do the rust. For one glass this section in as pleasant In summer as it is in winter; the frequent showers And 6ezs-thatbI6ivi ,1
T40:611tivation is simple, being only of Back and fourth between the ocean and the gulf make the air cool and the n'ghts wonderftilry,60hda t
,beer I guarantee you at least twent, 'lye to mound" alumber.
wubhasi to keep. down weeds and grass. I
.. -, ; . customers The Towh Slits rents on a lake about fifty acres in extent. Around this a Boulevard ibhty faef 1
lqpgs: become very' food of them, and if VaLIt wouldn't work," said the barten, ivide has been reserved which Iseventually to beset to shade trees and made a pleaeanli-laks drl
turned in on them about frostwhen der as Le turned away VillaSites; ofan acre, moreorless. havolneenlaid outwhicb will make lovely residenientracts,.Incluil
th the lake. Residence and business lots cover forty acres of the to'
eypease to grow Will', gather the crop "But whv? A crowd uI tI lare of wu mite and adjoining these are I two,, Is
two arid a halt acre blocks for residences and pineapple plantations, taking up thebaba4lid. rapidly convert it into meat. .c.
thirst d4,mdnds ager-lager is found bie isit acres: got &part for the town sit-3. The-b&lARa0 the land has been laid out Into 5, 10, 2C
The best fertilizer is well decomposed only in saloons." '90 acre tracts for groves orchaxds, plantations and gaxdens. These tracts range Ill pric from
stable manure,- or a fertilizer in which "A fellow tried that ver triek for uiT downto $10 per acre according to distance from town center and aresoldlor onetbird-cashland oaI
ance In ono,&ad two years without interest. Every acre of the co ony lands Is tillable. Lakpfronts" z phosphoric acid and potash predominate.- p last night. are held to be m or* vain able them those not having a water frontage and ars I sold In r acI6 of Icip't
Aud fifty customers rushed iin here acres more or less for from $21SO to $875. Town lots are sold st'$21 $50 and $75 aceordiagt6', 16,
The tubers should be planted in theand asked for beer?" tion. Business Iota are 25x125 feet. Villa sites $100 each. These and town lots &to payable'oile-hali
spring, either whole or out. li; balande In one year. Title to these lands Is perfect and full Warrikieo Deeds are give'
1"Nf), sir, About sixty rushtid in here. in"a" n. r,
ponsible se A number of families are already settled on the colony lands; others are ln provlug their lI
Aiiy. rem edsman will fur.. for ice--water and whipkey and brandy d
nigh themaDd give you the price per or the charge of the colony manager. More colonists will settleherethis winUrandtitbers axe.bI
for the old bilk lying in a fit, and I was itted to join our numbers and find a home where good society will be a main testats of ho cot h 'Y' bushel:at which they sell.
8PVeDty Cents Out Of pocket before. the A, postoffles, with a daily mail, Is In operation, giving as close touch with the wholalworld" A. h ,tel_der construction and a General Store is in contemplation. A School, a Church, a Public, Hai police rushed him off. If you are thir8ty
cmd Library axe looked far in the near future; for these choice reservations of lots have been in From the Florida Agriculturist. you'd better gi down-to the river ano One of the special features of tkis settlement is that It is
get a drink."-Detroit Free Press.
Feytilizer for R A Temperance Colony.
y
No d I oubt some of the reade ra of the, Every deed given contains a clause forever prohibiting the marlufacture or sale of intoil"fin,
AGRICULTUMST would like to sow some A Det I all of-To-Day, liquor an a hovers" upon the land so sold. This claume ie'an exact copy of that inserted In
dooils given by the Colorado Springs. (Colo.) Towin-Co. which has pasied through the hlshest:ieo.rt crop for hay this fall, and one easy to She glanced at him car6lessly, but not of that State and been affirmed mlegal.
grow. Last winter we made some ex- unkind. At present we are eighteen m.iles from a railroad point, the nearest being Bowling Groan 6W 11
Florida Southern division on the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railroad;but a'DalmlervI perimetits with 'Oats, rye, and barley on "You must stav Pi this evening, Jobn; I 11 I )
alwaysy. from Avon Park to Haines City, forty miles 'north, has been projected which willpass; ,, land that was newly cleared and broken. your cooking class o3ust do without 3 ou. eougli the colony lands and it is believed will beconstructed and in operatioii before the 'eud -I
The oats and barley did not do well, but I need your services while I ill in y new t8K This will give an easy and qalck transit to trunk lines North and West and will euba in ce tho ,
the rye was a grand Success. It grew to WalkiDg-COStUme." value of every aere within thecolony hmits from one hundred to five hundred per ant. Last winter J
a height of from four toflvefeet. The 4'Butpl- ho manager projected a series at,
heads were long and well fillod with good The husband of the nei woman' fal- Pineapple Plantations
or "Mors and for non-residenta, whereby. for a fixed amount of money he guaraute & to clear t4ft plump grain and there was an abundance tered. acres of land on the town site, fence the same, plant 10,000pitteapple sUps oneach acre, carepnitivat
-of fbliage. The yield of grain was forty "---did-clid-didn't you have a dress- nd fertilize the same until the first crop on the first & re matured. Tbis'Flrat Sgries was very sue
bushels of clean grain to the acre. It form for such purposes?" essftd, resulting in belting the east tier and part of the sou b tier of tracts with planiatl6nB. Th "s l
was fort I ilized as follows: loalaRce of the south tier and all on the west side were reserved for a Second Series,: which, is how,
"Press form?".
200 pounds cotton geed meal, She from him with a glance. 3pen to.memberahlp to parties having a few hundred dollars to Invest. Fuller particulars regard)nj
bliess plantations, to which the in anager gives his personal attention. will be. given upon applicktion: 200 pounds blood and bone, "You forget yourself" it may be said here that Pineapple Culture In Florida Is In the infancy of Its development; it: W thL,, _"
100 pounds nitrate of soda, But be reinembered as he donned them, 'aly State lit the Union where they can be grownaud here only below the 28th parallel of
that the&rea 18 limited. The returns are early, coming within two, years after'planting. 6.0, th l 100,poundssul stood for "a I I
phatepotash 90per cent. unfinished as they were, and one does not have to wait five to seven years as with an oranks grove. There are Dow'jibotc,, "?
One half, bushel of seed was used. The half an hour while she. debated as to ,welvo acres set to Pineapples at Pabor Lake and it is expected that a greater aeroegs will b,
seed and fertilizer wefe scattered broad- whether they were to be -oriD this fail planted next season.
cast on thc newly broken tough sod and baggy at the knees.-Puck. There is In the near vicinity, from three to frur wiles from the town site, large bodies of land be- i
harrowed four times with a common A onging to various railway and other corporations, for which the manager of the colony tvmR.
mail. These laids can be bought In tracts of from .40 to 60 acres (or even larger bodies) atfrom 45t H"
-fourth cash. and balance In one, two, or three years, With Interest at 10 per con PN 1) harrow. The piece looked terriblv ro ugh JI Great Sermon. 110 per acre. one It %
when we--got through with it and we had annum. Some of these tracts we high pine lands, suitable for all citrus fruits and vineapplei; uth6r," ,
very slight hopes of ever reaping any rye. "Now, asannounced,11 began tbegorid are low lands adjoining a I ake of over 1,500 acresin extent and would require dralna : blit whicil 14*1
Inam, "I shall proceed to give tbirtee- sI so drained, would eh lands on which oru, rice, sweet potatoes, sugar eani ii1idii,-The seed was sown December 3, very n N ,,,,
reasons deed all kinds of farm and garden crops could be raised to great profit- A number 'or
late. Rye, oats and barley should why riding the biycle has a
be ould secure adjoining tracts and so form pleasant neighborhoods and yet bo ln close vicitiage t,,
sow-n'this month and next so as to get tendency to send (he Soul as straight to itiontoffics, store, church, and school facilities. CorrespoDdeDee on this -sub ;, I
jpct is solicited,
the full season to mature in. On land perdition as a bee goeth to a buckwheat The Manager of the Colony was for more than twenty years a resident, of Colorado und pdni,#
under thorough cultivation ten.11 lquitly connected with the founding of the towns of Greely, Colorado Springs. F I
and other successful colony settlements in Colorado,811A hence brings to this, his latest colony, (Profound silence.)
pounds nitrate of soda might be omitted terprtso, an experience of many years in the building un of towns and the gettletineuts-of edlon"11
and 100 pounds blood and bone used in- *U and active life In the high altitude of the Rocky Mountains finally affected hts'nervoca j,,rs
stead. The cost of fertilizer for an acre "And now, thirleenthly, the wheel h A 8 Ito such an extent as to necebattate a change of climate and residence at a lower attitude- he h
f present prices would be about twelve 'a tendency to divert interest in the na&dy b"R Ilm"easurablybenefited and ma sincerely recommend otitertilike afilleted. to fofl6 w
tutijample. Come and be heated.
dollars. This crop was preached Word ; to lure to distant and
raised On very A noxtblypaper called the
frivolous paths; to drag the earnest soul
pie
poor flat woods land. Theryeshouldbe "Pabor Lake Pineap
cut just As it begins to 'ripen. J com- to the outside world. If this is not the Is now in Its second year of pu blicatios; subscription 50 cents per anumn. Esehlosike menced cutting -A hen case, will some brother or Sister donv it? asa VgCM devoted to the adv nceu
it was in bloom, ent of the colony and the dei-elopmeal
and found that stoctc did not relish it as I challenge ye to controvert, thi6 unw.] vdtwo in tka-Lalio Region of SovI orlds. Sarn Is copies *ill son t to a 7ono asofful
well is Ahey. did when nearly ri e I come truth. I Pause'fc r A reply: fr is*@. 1. . I., ..; ,
OonvsjWdsacelsbmit 6nlyaeewite:iutarnation.wiUbatarttabed All. 10' thIsmay: beof use to, Sorine oneI ff P cortgre gat ion".
pl s Rs6"scea givain *hen. reqiI .0dr6is_ ?
(There wbIs no reply I Theie-wds no
W. A. MARsHi WILLIA -P
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TEIwee drOA teGON N Wqm ien ourde Wy longt.Myrs e he a gency -.8 '- landz ~ th ot21d toil b
ze ~ a u ouhtee arves ino 1otice and wm ie k d t rea 'twetch ofi6 prairi country and
fofulloparticularn.s Hea replied byvsay-.one could lookDforumiles6andamilesnand a dn- t u o tittl time Ig, eIao mywyttV rvel o seol ocdoal cb aepl et T enx onn
ice waeto ifou il sm wi tm Ii willr shworn-cum o yressin Agplac. a rerntt b Mye s e-eea7
rest. Youd they 9rveh Knwn tha many littled loe'tattereo
O d toPnsof pore readerioul like torearze Aboud th tmdde gofvteafenoo we the wrtrpseo
I oAt- arriveot regarg-they goepad-o aet ml hm oko bu n W ece okS
2:80in he ravnga te lasre ofy m in acre in exten and her e w ound s lim the suveorshd'
I tyrslf atti o oe eiw oo ed o tr and lemon tre in godbniin unn i e ss to localW
veu m c oetteionvitadtio adatu itwas aon'dtom hic wegteemri; T is am washe 4o r h t 44V" n o~vr tequeny ncktitha n ons ursda y onn ugter or n When- thHu a bu a orhg rssadteoag
at tr p nd ni ht of an p a d .M r L tgl d a re n ap ea an e f an "ila d" a fa rw e r o d a oth ie a d m u h be t r ei
nik-1 R "nttb- t o an ow AsIbo mth e n L eiic the widgraesW Wo te e foundethata gone time ita ndtehrsspce
fm pl awtf u d i ntr h el ~ ~ b k a e nt eh m ft erd m n a d t e oypr sa ild othMI"
-W o-wt 4lm t o itea on the tain winouth e ima oughs of r y s httheir Wl a brighegreen we aw. wheyvingv e sfmn id who ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~a weres to, folwu ihpoiini .wr h evsoaag lutr fbn-got bynd- d our t eestat lst hd ben raningAlm~tdiey ha~ird9Ve in pext to hk aroun the cene was wid inhsreponmte
a p a a c s k w th r wa pl n y o wa aead o ag tr e ,o e sweyr e a a n th es w ay w ie passeda er.,t a 'b
"p crich d ar W e wer soo ou of W t e c poa te b n n s h w e r e h d p s i l o k T i s a s
bses ek're liit of My rh aydo tn e wie o oemr de o u ilo)d flndo hc the
an kind told m e n i e s a c levr w l i g o a f A l tt e t h a k o b s w s a h m u p i s aes id top~ k dgy t hitee, yS-w ea tobedo en ti mOVr ou: of water, mock ins whichgh a t he was il turkaeyw cudme advr rd cie
Place ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ bCoerkii 6di tde'y aims ol ehdo hma hy w ollo ed the tr wea or' t hot~~~dla hnls vIs e l u s in tes gting ste -ndc badn d we e ft agth reho prairie focueay tbry recednca pngp 11ke~~~~~ gigsopdath fishosdw ometonTe neult mok~oriles pass.ie ane Oou o ee proeh ane itp brogh and p areldt ulamp Hfor'epl i ght deere lodge arudwihtebnndlwdtecus f
to, be inorA eto nfdiul idialfr adwl rnewr grwig L from e e o aiislnde
to" kes dlitle -tm dinner "Iupong wa th wa ova w ad They ca iacter of ctheblgnd canetao r hnwakn
rj grv n cth u ihui lf swt ahr cniealy an lag ha mcscud v ne t nd nunder r ftb vi
bus att r P uroba ased sim rto ns anl nomwthing I.oco W it~ n.o besen a ll diofcret ~in pordin a of thskidotae
houa.Lav~uaqu e Ou re-t. Havin h ttl es b Kc o winlig h at a nd ratther loggy slough and r oing th o g reekrned W to M esto Mi iinLa e t L L e as Puta coffeerlet der prepard lihe tormer th e -Ao the dse h mof k ou a t now th g ro n commeerpu ed nt1 h yjeo
In as w r i i i not h e W ndI of ae c e p al e t e so m strong pine wand we s o p erttheon w e w r.et r l
Ord& ~ ~n wein we l( dd : rie s t a d i oi l the coff ei n d nott edge ofa vey arg yo hammock. c t a me to large ope3ni,
h a i h d o ns n th s w y w e s c ee ~ "i a -. H r re f u d n t er d s rt d c m th e sou rv eo r an d t re e s I , t'A e la t e s oa c ,'U t l 2 3 tht it p a in g h u n g t e r .- a n ds pe nt t hae erT e s u r p ri en t a sd y e e t o c o m e A f e r v i o a i d b e a u ye
AS h' L'bo untr y.r When thtipfr oen i ears rern camlued o r es ind leou r ee ad ipn construction aun maneso the soctl hoag
ven,~ ~ ~ ~ coo andcJ died w o 6u .m cLh a s the onitaioe anby s'Int lv6ittmg an from r hinson we etered fthe dense m p thw as o p7h d e f g
fruit. Th ao fewn al eto ea e re d n idtifi w o s. the Iundias ha db uil pre"p th" Th s ie e o ande btt
man tho lh- oncnsqe the oTundy onn g opofth s* anolthog2 elng ts an houttig h nde acrese and 31
urc rst. T e Sea er rha etin- In stretched w oit o r. T hisi s i wer sotillgd n d esom a hadg en thly e I hin aean tr nteMrig
Retlie fora the~i waaupbdpee aetr le otd aa. e A out 500 feetnd ofths kfad gtr omakti i
i. eorlatti adnight o and p e d doub if men i eve glp o ridn gadiecm tonoping M.isokflso
ade ~ ~ ~ ~ o ,cnhbetr i m eetnding sounder or goL ee ing, estate tha wicohad bee reently olesa out, timewa th d tree are thog;patb
IM alo pre-ddta at.Bprtdfo b r sp is e asin fome l e Indawns fie p arad
6a oprogressrsatsi,.ive ath he'oy e~ by ad i ohair Whkh Her we saw evidnce oft thn old sugars opne wiho gr
catby oers Ad nohng betee usanthhern. a e ac.e ane thad rnu and onehi e frit Wihtr
hrea o.L '10k. C ktin g mor 11n starsl aboewh h b t h maiquiebar wen and diddonfomyartser.N es i ced i yh'O .
,a b sae h at ofd plati haud no, cunsue o conilain o hadro bee Mr. Hin o e ad clered a of d thswe ie e
veniltin ndha th bilff d dfy>an hd egtale ofdifeen knd wteCyrn e fond ohr r "cepn: 'ate a ~(17& e Ifvrtre of the breeze fro m aee aarter it bew growing. Hreh wa hee wild ornge fthgrvsw eab 1ook Grve and no onwa th wors fo the chne grv bu jus ho muc re a it coerd in our retun weds fentodote
aves' wa i g W e w ere ag ee bl sOI W u r itpr is on ais w er w er eu a be t as e tain Th tree goorelaeth lode in atr day bratofn h ttd pat a vd nl en lne y t eI wl e i e er th re n wae wo.
forthby te wihprvisin had amp-edy with in edia n a fromn the lante tre s mothers ept rewsn e
Rama e w h t ~ ~ l r r e n w et a t a b e e n a b e k a t w s c o d i h l W e n ic d h t n t e ner of a cl m c a a f o 0 e t
Des ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ice andp see then am coveiece ofo frrfeeoudbt-arete ndtefrhe oddelcnb '"Iaro wre bae: ad t. ll vigoarande stew panr a coffent bolr awayr f r o tis te s mlet r e youasng coursei itisso e i ell was only poraio but tated
,.T& er rothadte-g ar bseles fao. n- Fro Camp Parsons we reached xtreesmt e alling forige ha ilng)eee n wse ios Allen's ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ o Place abou noonh havie gdnian thprununmprpigthkrvejsihevsnraref
uxrtuya-.,e'.outeof di our pay toue g th or help6 for sur- asat. as nauewul emt ihu tosns fha
a- vry i ded woo taty paper vo eynig. Alsc lace conist of g a loglet the help of man. wa fee thouand oe,
eshosewhch i uedasa es~ne rd helad asth rchstofhamokpupkn a re mai d evrynlci L~rtigs e t e oty eotiel has lof atabe. moow peinn grov once putd outkv in could noneh rne
A gea Pd a ceosby e b eaigoagetes edn etlzrfrago many c Th e d patoge trai u &. '1 x~s heoi n Ltr e w h o h e Thi e orange tareeshand abgad ra onw yetteareas fo th e v i brechwed er we th aam st lik Vn stppnd ad the fir or i infomefu The ndx'isorain lye knsew hnowte ou hs esw prced 20 a otLW Lfd,















qui asne to weheildli of oou~hpl prmeadi ,a I a h iok-,betmr oua
"Iae toos grown up daghters, 11the t nime a od y1 doig; no n dpo e af, co ntaie i~n i r Mayo:laswr eenll lyng "ui tcol plas -ny ita rhy'
welll6,6I wd hballd 'nuMyrtl e ll? It id not n Oacting owy"Fr ptorioszlitite
ahfr n homelyrr womnd and the yo n e t h t e n h the. he l o ul s tao nd ol 41 a ev nvhi e ns e de
dvr agh ter Anie a agdow SS,seI hav al it nolne.S woealn etevh uite so dfeecln rblm ad
Jtulialo d ito mpem fav 3L oMrbly. ou th imasind -in plv that opsed "Tanto ing, and wihd bigeatyba eogtadbsehd-hrt aews2,i th t heya e omn
Ove be- he owne way yg i th t bilWs thtmeat, relent-lofhmwo mn e
anA ab- M boo soe abrillint luster each- WhnIhdfnse, apndt feiryuhIah
ingm an aon for leh hi stie a edl d oe wofd th e sctsl nprear n toWtaten' the oe d n T
the blac wiele hm otsideothe w oul op n l aio vey be toso are inaoli inaet ition in th bow ticLO as anyhin either h ho.l~en~s, allsl, ksesi iSa- AAtezigPN
hbypy.~~~ 'Ah &* h fouh "I'1 se thll to trietroghotaon

-Wee'h ae~r s Jutha biplyed .te pis an o ell holahi ie r.l ywie wa enofhs aer
ne ~ ~ ~ ~ sod eracmlshetthl:Anesn d-ii d the gaite or RWaigeii the mornd- To-neithPot.01er of themoip4vinely,. an hu h eeigsps e llln ing with hagr los ad unng lvlbo.Byata oulf too quokly Mal acuitaost e rwche othe oardrs wouaind rear aigh d then a journhlidr
my r w as one-a M1Maol m wos e nae I- Wtizhe,: feelmngr the nijfdit 9 S- teacher o eiie toheeetl er-Hiuihd bett aferi siiie izdifeeid thered -ge wihi pr.e no dis a in
V 'elie I rl callss wn h ihporil S erie e alay m adi then dam -ndh ires oen ha vrbr egee, andotesef essay 11
IV teve taw lum ;Lha rpilypase th be to k m ytgtheinl18.ff
hb inoa codiio ofmndwicease t tthiepamand, boundingn. poingte profes o d n ht aft~ feeliing ofy e jidisotis onhsacuns n't h iacom onrom ih iooya armuh
ni_ one sng d acty Ife qu estio ed y anldyiss trmlngfheresoud I, oe ipn itheeh are i A e
1 1" eev the subject. in telpe which hi inom me-lif INor Shortl fe rw o p bihed r i f
P, ~ ~ Oh Wa trs hen a hend arle of o dath? ton atms Dartothnd
ado goed o Jlia bu nohin cae o it not s a e o r psa was uneced, s inadc trite mei re- moer Sotim timeh went plasatl oo, and thHfrIhvoet htyucudma eaue n n14
fo -irw an Io confdeit?-m liflon mdtizi les evelar since that evni Hrvrdhvig ee
fell~~~~~~~~~o cre a hont tewns ygmolsoopenaigresedoref feso ofd anamca prudmI haeogoubldainterds, e trene andgmeothetheater"-o o iti" ontawichnenti w e aryCl dead. and I becam af wiliei qulave to~h thgeahtgwswhi okda teg~tdstnto o
Of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u e tear'6 yhorhrwal f on r hogh m, opy neaw h adoo n toht it ac Ihd e plcdtethe wrongia rh in adnle Pi'ioitqu chydeere aVer comd~m l.ovd I h ul es e h my d tl n t e ve o e a d se t t e ete -t Juli p rom rthe day beth ll bes b
Th ym o be o e m i e T m f eiie an th e h toernalph toA nni e ownIn i s des to bnsh o naint-'4e Ir i wft e* # LA as t n th e in If spi king, but Jitlia rage n r m d n o e m ite n e t e u e z
1 tha alastr- p tteciia mo t i St wea t Anihe tioon," I ank- ithexquiater boendingoid3ar n
Whums wa intolle an chale andl edaoe tofois kept he is -reentdii
"Sing ~ ~ ~v One evnn Julia anone ht reIgso Adige D ter.,a~ Awy "F r ptoshedd hi~itiscal tet
Sway ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ y aftewet tewnsco nd weThencedy sh hadow an ageil a "Anni thanks I vanered muhsfrlyh thast we oneel he loely d e te
pfteg ods n tedemn lw hly tawomcert Thn burs yun me itadse eiesn elyu mlgaulyaaue
ref thy arvetm brl atisiain.Ip rh sdt o tht yasdetdayhMr. Mal Icol dpsead o lan, anrim ut i of of u '
st~all tikesnore Le um fo thaal t h oner nd o wrce te We wloglehave tohe r itles sobl feinl muchbelBot nSrinrl. a ee eniz ,nd makin poth e ns tbug tr ore tw dlni n i eM e da.t e l ottalo h
wih e ady hd en give oTeI esae Wdn that be "e d at?" heuin has assume. wagi e ratwhl Jouor aAn ie t o r m s m fatvac om a y 9. 1 Th g w st el s t a i e w s a p g m g
would ~ ~~ ou Thstmttiawudntbhal om n e fo impsne o b enr t o a o m- wiat h nom oitpied byantpss :
-A O D Y T A E t rud-ea andihe I s od li gnio my fa e na n In dithtcredanta h a i eme oriluo ado w mnh'tieIsoldb ain0y tm t-oeee ne I loved giventome an 'ioux. Suc iserow" ignorant r b6, ncel for, thWoi m on o the nextg hourtl o tw b eyo d b W R ll Teget eir t uh nth vntu dyIhatne o e ouing my ooisbess aned ser in Iotk ee atie:fl,
cle'n h to and alw ers issray foU nipn beaecle, a natonfo "dnt hesi ate
Wolan r btil my htauia oee h door, and bra h e proiselo oming Ita thogt rent of em r e n y,vessi "torl mih hardl pemted mto e no beord Ls e Yo he mybrd earn:edaving ofhea rs a ynouhng mofter ecll ment~itb infrme meama tha Anni hado benot en s etawyb as m aheiMurmvey m ch ari
7eaioh::a. -Lt wo an s o n, I in theoot bonn ad hrlad t be e hedc to tohel Julia s bken ha phr pen d to omuchofi youIntr mauiytewih mortoibe withoa very aad sic ha oecp o e h a yltehm. For~ ~ mche. Mya~ fluaein hear gceonaug thch simh'fplomence "Daing, I Why di o o youer thin ihe di hydoue ecsiy I bounder ad theaedy o tn stl ants oae wa etoe ni "eas, n h
qury 1oevr to disL.o bl o igs myfe lns Ifo eiuin toe endn wa it t posb e eopen rbd ol ano"Thmuch ~
ters.,,ou said:ha nybdy ofp iei gentay men old h men w." Wahn
d etliste- a "Ig amd sforr, aendyin beaned lay atd be brth tobeieetht itiedi
ttled theh co ro ne when Iaddessed the ethel eatid and "TheLs .0i
bein re 'cee ott o eda I-ithit I wouldsmaeve 1 rpruing Ye stanr mreddteenei
very ~~e, or jTe orayl Iie beg theh ploeasure o yo I w orn g tecihr th m is n t fegor ture istbrnae bs L then asys aace
cot rm hmay Iuts d t asyou oefor be foratb afd"tawha isbt t i as l nyhin 2,0 e er potwsovib
mybchl rise-o the coner enaemna he pt mand nt pnsiqual and h b ntow. e;Iptosc
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W. e haveig ai ofasiona o a inotMcdcdonaldre.' haat-te s
th4s lak regions but- ite a nee Th LADIs EVER ATRA nS tou of lorda
invrn get f zei aslt it does, irr' N e ap the ar P N a PPL ed-itor 's id tel ofn' a f- At a t on Septeme'
e.~~~~~~~~ sn. w e e h n i n t a o d t o i i s V o a n 's n e w sp e r o n e i n ed ed n g w th t
NO.9. hy ot ogoipinoydr to pire- th rug l wo any It is pubes ru n;gofr mf
R LK~: E'0T A sre i e.il espTeiell 10ting lised r: clr in Philaelphi byteLa G. is va ow
aiwa hasF needlesu ofi e inak evenng Inid d e'Evr at r a o. t$3p r pe ekn wbi
rui ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e ri jooultrrntite il ti anm ah isn ha 'thirty-tw oem toce usw Ii of~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ wlnt poois wema)tearppgsadnalpalo hmaeretruet'h ful ofe thee besti u kinds of redig THE PIEAPL ten
arietndE in Missori sedss an t oftePNAPEsolevr ruta w snxty r coverin every~ fielder of wo a'yto Mrac al
Remberintresin article entitle AsoLoreafilaW
with ~ ~e to afla ssdto. v n ak n a seee ,,ork n t hi-o o o ug t InIf ted -ed toe oftr ns ortaio. e & Ford ercI. nee.e .o wl th soct.al bothare ofl~ trug~ ~s Phitaen
columrdisntly of the1t Phldepi of ssch S, toma Iti would.t.M have anoccsied firs plcinop fte it
5oc PER ANYork, Mtcwilldw feel sureed widen1i
oldeyea in k ou ris eiont but f the ofhe BoardEER ATRA Stos of. Foiaane xcrin :get frzen asit oesin evaaitshe r uIN tLE 'eiteoms idal power tat o etme 1 rlo arclehon inteappl cultreon, ith Kasa Staten' HisIae, n ntne ir
s~~~~~iid~~~~o good allmttr over the198 country, heCetrl ~
nk a n t rald obtPoo B tt ehngte innacl ofst uc essd o erga T i G .ie
bier will nex t ssue; me nhl our foreda- ihcis lutae ae hnst ertr
forogl woal.men.ub.rnin .rm aak- oM
thoug hfulniaesshi in addin to- our i s :a oletond of i ch-,1i
neeee mokfort,"mak eivonhly dpap'r tite ofeayneatyurida olumet, of3 uniersle. knwe publi. -oshe lte Augusthe., com(te 6 paefo th pr sof he ri ntdte e,
rtifu andum toc us~ hthi month-tw inem coosofv 68si tgveavr
dod feet.abe the fisappr ivr oap ages prncipnaloy rlates to tha pap e nd 4heN7 th0
begipoeti home ofso the rednt nians Chke a nd coutres W
n~~ ~ ~ in this drss It ise nowt kin 24radn,-pageAPL e~ is-tak
: thev Lar padn.Aerie of Hasores Weely tan quaeetewn fpors nkoigta usarsi nad trasfr ed he ietlngfory tm o f the abnlor thortsl
iandtetn price sben advned e
crn etebrsile. ts Biise welwrhdobet okthe dpapersgare intlnkdeed give iftrnspthearepor
to ~ ~ ou itsapls, at- fromd thrtrheealwlexctd bytemk pa
Ihe~s~moneyr and the PINEAPL takes.
by te plasur in ongrtulailigits far engravigs thseogarether m~aeScetr dasi Philadels af very attractivei volume, and oneAP in, th rIh place
dentsubcssfu venitre ifas hihw, nosindoubt bequtn pp >1enpeIa Iad c iso foao state d its c cu in hast re ace ula atC aag aase bis Ih EB O F toes~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ p w-il ebfr~h l eri u su hsm nhbtfrteiyr i il, e e feevel, Isurent, aidn buy te draingBena pr
5~~~~~~ ins theer ontininat uatrcois
Lg~~~oesan Chatauque rede ofeapl theur PINE Phartns as jute st oia reei
mer Jour- oe te onty
blishe Th e fi so he aal oge frn i nor APPLEa Can2 Obai itde bym ilauhirPLES.tlm uAn Acosts thete comin season tod recht e acrice by e adrsing-the pohlshcerss o 3 hclk
Itx aaFr iand Nurernie o r P.rJierk- Outred D rfig fhabits th eretare dm o h', r~,tedeevs pnh s erve wil thahghcas ilsrte ae
man, Algusta a.p tais, afore he Po oanreissany ame. Afcture o f tbssyi,,


tut pr srub adptd t Floidasols.agaio of I coorshpe nd two conlecbeong s e saer n ..'A d a e os ece hewiter. oW e, note pinep l ths eiatnin'i6o e a pearance, itrresemblesrotheinterior. Near

ther isar line that wen don' find inck ouvlr agotnmesrn ieice e rsee in do this ch
abunantidaCamtalge, an opto give r morle ianeal circu frne ; pituver cilaue of ea<
themid a tetith o egre m l;qaiybshvn ih, prgar te the Book, cbti sa:iot
on ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 6 thplpeafPasgakehs io s, frao tht rsuis thoatf ae atclrv theRe-co ingseason almosta equal to ayNotenmetonoehecu
cseilPeeh;afls lightC, steae with Ch0-aptabe i o. bTe ibay w ar
veei'ewne e ryti ull A t ea u ti thu in Eoosamiaedadvrfimrpengvnl MdwyPas c,
sw isO ril he o aeeula rih ou th a beengongonbeaing ro m ski touitand on bth sides; paes.itfl So te ear i te uua wy fTevra f reetoe bloom wit th naiv the remrkaleetr ecst t yar u t hi sasnwhn t e cs; is t su read s abndn the Faers whel, .:. nttyfoe hd Comt. concud t oe chrt aerger t, sandarbae. Rpn al nJl ta aptt o h e
rrinton aad itipoolie it i e ts omwen peahes red most follan.o, ri s p .y 22fea le~u6
-Te etWea sse f there crpoLa-e haedtc t a "nte in e m arktntbed gs of teoges n sokn ofa twobon tarest tofo izxendinHrter' nWoewe- feheeryoyaekd idEi a dh













find a wpckt" or otl hol in ever th misrabe el
ibitse cogesos~ aesuhatril et terk thre ahlnsas t whchey bys n th

Araia grus them. At the tim of plauntig th p inseoete r ie n
wherverlhe pante fi .nda e toeite oehst
ag ~ ~ ~& idhle noea nGT EPN A Ls' o unusual o siz an wihe ufe nt 'athi"Nugr t il thed
erd i n s ofdi th Orei arle notg) s I in, it hepat -h ri oug ars m lnet t fr
and chvilize Ipnlpe e r w na p bnntain; a pai r.in rsp dl6 lo e to ri p on th e s s us pit~o Forda b potctngth s A st by Sthemer the ineape fru, tis sauperb, ineed, cease .t produce good frixit theth' anapbuoknwthta
.ei ths pltitid aferone'gtsasfarsoth as the resa ofain g r size an pro- ineath e a icinity, aseyousAnl >e of the re-at roer Iidtlin t iver and oLa e rth dcsra uniiso ri ni t otdli sfar
rein ut agepthso hm the ois exouhasucstd bfre Asued rotd yueh ,mi and nve I ise7b 7hemaiy e o se e Butthser tthi eig T e epls are nomulicpukhh g rea t ello
ofm. fruit atpretinyuwilbv vated, aspig the rok h rat of the- frik n d caveifn
so preent tht an th onl fls met in you moutIt -T d
-_!ancrft 'Chia" 1 to g to Bisc ae, a n esp ea lly are t get after settyng iokeep Ado tag e w thomeght wato 'h
gratsai dton te l K eya al th lo i sad in nna the e s ulle ou i The lant, .desribt he id so, snessfat
is hE^s mmr hil .ryfie inegerenron a, m oto umm r, andm I h Thre are. may vaiet .en e beeptinglytha faog f o he M aivsothg on the mla- ee gra filsothmw repn pldfeigmu
fe 1h busav land on th K y teyae ro n they wuld masre fltaen oix feet queaity lor and shi ,a pe. al,.
U ~ ~ ~ ~ t of hepan nits; hae ve soeen agin s the Iics, These it s Tue thilTh is o ro se isa mew acido tshan o ated rs, .te f be vritl a drie taKs, r fteislvso eo h ih u toni scrany wh nwl ie e t
we~~ ~ forecthe crpwe wndr of~te m6t ie ontre, fored by the doubly ueivin read t the pine s mn veryin. tOes f t e at,:
eit ~ ~ ~ ~ ~c yepcrlinetaad r vnre aple atovefmpies ondn teh edg e fo ro Ric or, r diic
estn fhnu besft6s r pgky islth n K e maurind lie a s ofeve lef Asmyb mgie, h ags fal ad rut ""cf h '6k of, th ar. E -io in g ny ob, with a twhinh tIs m ae wokn am gthm rvntowih s ec covering~rws buf Wihsihei h es-vr ia reb er.an the mlnen aea ntheK eyf~ s, nt and
ti10rf a irtic e h i res ecfb the tric s.eo '- l t eh ais uk adsevsad adb s steS g r
.neippfies," a an ing the ocan, is a higheeacheTherpineapleiplantewhe
"villgesAn at bthe, samgesso t me t wlate; On terige ister- mth s afktere l enting. aLh bloomc-neb si.th or

.,eaut u iveymsqu s0 infeirly Waych ilrotindeed by truxurian -edring rJntar and thebruaor viies, as ic follows:t6 st
V~ris~he >l peoine culture, cooa pas c an d in frnt cuof i three fe present way beautiful Nove to PEAC puREE, A'' ,4 -,.nlake thae,' rein,- abgouts h ethe whar wihhsshoe i treA t e patie a epaces, twfor y haeas g rth, adior ancord om dstnc fomAbre frwheevoer sl t o apperinsa he o. 2. Chmoy oxhs tos ote along ng there lind-anfe nl theNG road PIELEin fr f cener a levsioz e lat sume thmisuautlteyav I

groupthe c it nly illustraiest eme ofrae oea ty .) slet redi, yeland puere aond frritingthe o t e. futta:i andOcld~pl .saaf 1n Fivlz Th pineapple r grows are mnery soona i nt centlie of-aai -aloe orpno the plant- Nos4uABchAE riatidty 0adca- ,fsoi in s or al f Fns the bh m prtis ns-heor a bg theeave ah bud app es, f i -i u ebsn ed n
codiioisexst t-eather ncsorwrhaad vie alttecosee uofleae of d te nc p Iayin te foegouaeto,

igsiance,., 0T the alyfo thru likingorr" a ned m l iepiewt t ro no r.Pbr
of orffrm- nae ro tatanluk;hoevrceavesan the thdu e flowefrsit ap n Otheso kr nw pharepar oei b'r con lee tis sl i tate may bgethe a faresut a s re preearoe at eahiprotuberance or .nh viiiy syuwl*ecie
memoial-voumeof heg ca Ie spwet dabl s Rifveop and am osth eye gand utte of a.bigt ul c nlor ci g a phioo ofran c Actoeni oft cis plnt thegionly iaint of thyesoTefutuo-aidydvlo"peplnain
as er, hee T e irte p aerson teg in them ine siln is eatd tobhifdrig re will sendh an o
timbe has toen bet groin oftesiepe fors proitg Apri a neay.le The frut cis not c abo e y rmail for ow 25cen of firuiw s h ate Brenjain Baker wilhov aloeda t rpnon theaplat utse of f i-n ave r ari. Tak e J
rs, Tn ee late te irp ac of nys e is ut s soon s iht, isfuln ro n the fes etvs aou g od h ids Wi
caeu aigo taou g 6 0, icane Plation Kseily Thre mosquietoe aftre suchin as toerrbepwihm tat: W d'cn Wrs orrotsthatandhisgreat succesin: heKys s o andshg eti hspr fteconrtk ronig tP brL
routs. Againeas pricesdheurceived soontinducedcrtbistipossibleoforetheoplanters t th ece e o plnt iro othrs pato f lantauntil now n ome keep h r ,so atl mostiof the fcpiea ppnloe. aen appi ,,,-,pifeei t hihe s mie grWlernumbe thnesr lnttos.iea pe are cr w a m os u m rarri d to hv ee Ewant an vr etind f't
t iso coinmo onut til eh fruiten gea ied of them wee pineapple, andein They aep c dclsyin thee hul uar ich-hv be ex tra pnl ano nwtarh uc f evsa ftevse t sc anra l fo okoabooe
viaboben the he op cle the crow grwnl to peyentl bmsruiing e and ar e t hoursty w orr Kad aeeon gro fh plned tbs of the snhiped, an th gorea ipnorh e nor aes t conedtpenshsh bee-. ive thm' f as ntousie a to firiI roude b serctsik the c.itige worincifially to fN Y or ifpiiia areygo nf














1punchallenge two tecpfi oo gl bradcrmi oetable- z dimmeits luste hr b'ttiw i ulorkh~eeint -GORACED~$. ND
wery euahof tastxMid sonaor n uicer' ofalfn mayte aos plesurto whpcll if dos fpu obr:
nd; lez sdt, and atapep er t tastporby thoe h uf-tIner I 1870 afte red "
a be nsai; TOMTO BUOE OR COD LA1 11 1081 rti le in thr newspers ofem, R Aan

----nrubd m ooi t.her cool, serv on4 T'e' an
itJYAT WALL&O ., orwr h eti h ac n ev i lt y. ThGutigweei lnt
hott.~s about two fetSetrrhvnennrofot
"Kea wall tha ortNIIN RPOE BEFC igse ae vr y etu
rudruo a Tk ther n aafpound of lea-yn befveoo a otrade
ey re wee, lke heboW frsh on ch oped hasmo, iema, th ree beatinylkfoe e ra pil A n slo onp thr eri nen clusthe r UTSNTTR S,
iiteywalo eggs bute th eis of an egg, six sml stalksl ofng seara hunre to rehe hill CIOnanB to
crackrsoldfu thetablespoonfu a s of rangng fromsix t en eetina height,: a l~a ina~e, Logisn adL NalGrps thenbea ieth a" d1arkeesli, bured teaspt ol. I ah eilam n id there wthn noai maret Ofrmi, W teDa od n 'Se
In crgtn*6l y l e a The bil. mi hrugli dM keit blrg6ks.Ism nfatrl bnoe isfrhe ieplesce
tchailmse carn cut ilnr bastingif occasionally. Out sure. cir op t a nd as veer y : ptab esonJA E
ownethe ris-ngvOXyORDsTOAST. gOa somewhat AVI-011irS milbeylOr~o
end teyll ne -reryfn o e cpf f sntcold, oil dtpo e7a1n m
loo:oo ed knie upo toVE with beersatan aynn.Meta e
cupfeul s of b read he minc an sta le un-e t utrbt.hsi ufiib tli 'adSadh, ernawthouh ou as unle te il ut hpo t;sra on qure of toast; 11 and BIddi oiag TreekE Arend 50 0
lftel~ranlsstrlad id-leyn audr n fcole asea eson s ow is nense wi ll altt th wadin eeivety, m
the eL 0111 or lit e rs toeath che fis thing to d o r s to i cte scf h ol e erir l eif s' gto irey t.on 8 rap fn M ossbAdd ed fro-u e~ ao~ e
T6wonor Murea. whic yound obildre att ed Mak a po6 thN tih wihtieNrOsigte d
ofhs avn if itmans ap e s acrfc fsme-oooit the shooksr tIat187o rainter E. N PAB I-f gttin el reaef~ CrtsE wAI.Bo na r cl gti eid teii h d i
til To OurT ShoolsAn COLDr.Tacer" sliplied upGoh.Tot hetiei
-Promptig th iri the letebe Ladies Hom Journal. Eitarte a t es otino th e$ud bels ofJH OrK Maaer
Fe tiligs cantbe mor mo tait tha to loepvrisl, wui eytgtai The bole coa se for~ yourselh thairoidtg fy u bloin linke theni wo;ind i w ly coie;O d H o
seaed raw chlddurng chol hut., bseve uiely then a gas isrmae i ni s h tbr an inch Orfalonteertlk rlad e re throg e b m tlrh e tbia b r t woaoetebhadteedo h
crumbs, and ta e onf u the c la ur i n dic yeofurcidt wi isc uh i h as, mkn
whome tomak them.e Th pi cploth N th n bu he be s bud e shoul d be anDFml oM ig' school or th Wernen:'nt ist e p oe eetdwl iee odaottesz ,~~~~~ ~ ~ of Tx oskrj chickensT' fitactioar of sac o frrosi Te t ~eaIer1 o a ol d p aen. seeot the o ey~es f

-T~V'jG R, add k W AL cup shehrm the met e ch aean m e ur always pTh outt good str ,ng caes or Sa pIo strcn
]tha.o ent oprt ihhr h ae t~w sur e temi dotrmth ra lngtme andei boi un knows~o tha theag belt result cat onyb o-ain medane. insaney ca ee e x fort List Adres
tomeh.to coe, Taie he tache an afe coudso eat e.e d iorowth, 'frai got
ened grv wa.bta eiietm.Mk e Eabveryya the ou d statbt e b uca
itl was boiled~l tha youde want he tobNontigmr eisreda 1wa osbe iha(totG
L" Ltha hed tadie fof youre et hd. Miea rapbu dng knf maeoo t n ther e e bastrk or
bttrha e gs frind tfer ith youf can; at~n leas giehrte tesaeoW ag ,hvn h u
sweligrondIt.wil oft ie l. pruiy toal s ze th a n i egg ha x a ll sak -f eea h ndeotheril eno n iwl Pah3TreeKle,'Btn,Upliefahbe ometh rsaid ctker natre thn thi a ice s owfs o ss theig ro sto o ten fth bud seiht. We ilsnd yasm Pus ourat thiagrDoa !There ~ ~ ~ mets turne ra flgtwt in the clkee" ora taso. Th teache' bue i smn betweing there wbum ahn fn aer o te Home.e oneyer tralTo they,~~ ~ ~ ~ hev onet. rathe than ap L ghtne. lfot hn, with thei point awahny for insesrt ourgs amind our "es Mai vrofee you,~i andorien.ly geuta thee buoffdainf
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The and il o lead the wito odt e as epossie;ne t t h Shret g candaow toge
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THE DIC '13dMNr. ai ost constant supply 0 on,,%nstead of ping; Wi thi had 6aen h
-Rose. in.. Flori exqpi v e,.sorts as: AMPXICPM, 91 Y. oi.i W -d b the, time t:V re aninch or arrived in June. Th e
Roses need:. a: liftl& 'extra a-ttention In B a Bride, Cornelia -Cook, Catherine two In epg ple shivering in their overcoats dn(l,
the son, in tdit6r, Iease, excil
-preparation 0 Duchess of Albany; tol: e.. 0 ,,'Yon se me or 06- 1 d*td .-PU 04 overcoats them6plves",
klorfdi in the pying all t d- wii
order, to gr6w 111.-. Successfully, Nearly La n c I e; Marie, '.Guill6t- M Neil, thisspace in te Ing you o a -no pAfor their o
every. dwelling, I is l6cmed,'ou., pine land" 0, r de la MWm I i on etc, one plant,, whed itcould be so much better.. We.btealk'upthe land Ili Deq'er
ich,- in mostcases. is o k 'i t 1i feii 16
f a'light; Sandy Tun is n' t -jh' dby, those Who have sometbi e pretty, eepi a c e e o e month of roses" here in Ing mor
n4ture n, the degr i .-.
very Aficie t in humui. if ribe' But -square. it each check We plat sever
6e that itis throughout the.No. th, 'than.mere experiments-,,to" dew roses are set out in such soil withow its be ave less roses, and. poorer ones. d.ur- my.Hyd1rangea has been such
We h -a Stately. shov6lful.1s'.of oow-4ot, maDure,',Wh1o
ing properly prepared-in nine cases out of ing, the 'warmest months of the -year. :bea utif#L Plant during the. i entire spring, 6ughi to be well rotted,, though I" BIN
n:. they will' makelittle. gk6wth,;gr d e n- d f,
't. adually When pio Verlyattende totheyar pru e that .1 could no onger resist the temptation, Sad go resu tg ro usingit perf
sta ve and 'finally. die. .-I There, are a e k. % f an rth, (at
w in.Oc tober, cuttingback- everything but a to spea o it; d Mr...,-.Ellswo resh.- Ili one platch last'y ar 71 Ais6d
no tableexcpptionshowever. TheoldBen- few strong, healthy young shoots, liberally this late, day july' 3J has many more 'ton seed and guano; any good 'brZ:4
-pina the Pink Daily (Bour u in
RospAgrip d the r ult i thanks than even the day I received itfro ill
gaU I 1ertiliied,'an es s'a prof Sion of cotton guafio.w Iiswer;4 use ootto
bod,): the :- CNrokee and. Macartn.ey or perfect buds and flowers during the winter d. eali nit
his hands, over tw6 yearsago. see in kai and- phoq ,hate.
Chickasaw Roses' and at least two or three and spring mon It is one of my best, is about sixt n in- nit
ths unless An'un:timely frost ee or nitrate isespeoially important.
unknown soiti,;not only bold their own but interferes, 'New a' d tender gr th is con cb es in height with Several- branches and make the fruit sw Lit,'' h-a I nd I""
flourish and bloom with the greatest I ax- stantly being pushed out and is of course many of its rich, dark' green leaves would meated. 1piltaliandfulof the seed
u.riauce and without the slightest attention.- quite su; ceptible to, frost. The greatest measure four inches in length and probably each side of the hill, a. ew, laches f roi
most varieties d onot, succeedin dra;vbacks'to rose culture in Florida are thr ee across.. A- fine anicle of blo o il;;,th I -bi! i I et
the':poor, light, soil in its natural state', many poor soil, drouth,, atcertain seasons, and crowns it, each separate flowered about.the along for .'about, 't ree. eet an
persons jump to the, conclusion* that roses occasional untimely frosts, The lack of size ofa quarter. It has been in blo in the Whole wlthiw6 furrowsAhrowmoyE So
are a failure here anyway, and consequently fertility can be easily supplied, and for this for fully a month; some. petals are snowy it. Just betore pl-auittng I threw lip iW
many yards are- never graced'by the charm. well rotted cow manure white, some blotched with, pale:, green, but, mo 6 furrowsi maki4-i foUr_,fUr o!"'L
is undoubtedly r WOL
Ing presence of, the "Queen of Flowers," best, and horse manure next best. Fre. as yet not one has withered. bed as for cotton, knocked the t dp c
Butbyproperly enriching the soil with quent watering will offset the effects of dry Ifindfrom' 'my experience that it re- the ridge off with- a coitton4boiiA
either stablefiianurecgininercial. fertilizers weather and the.bushes may be easily and quires plenty of water and rich soil, and, Weaim to plant here about-,the-ili
Ormuck, or a' judicious combination of all,
quickly prot6cted against all ordinary shade during the warmest hours of the day-. of March, The proper way is, -to put i the most beau tiful roses maybe raiseAfti frosts. insect ene Whether it will continue in w I d ;'Ii %ier -t r '
miLes are.,few, and nine el OIPg is- three seed1s, then t ree days Ii
perfectionand plen'tr If clay is added Ut I dis- more, then tlir L pe more, e a L ob g
out of every ten failures may, undoubtedly uncertain, b will not be easi Tiantilli,
the soil-to make it beaVer-so mucb'tbe re L' e last 41olfi
be traced to poverty of the soil, the grow couraged, even should it again droop.-, few Inches moved f ro
better and More IaStugft_ will be. L ltCQStS ers forgetting or not being aware that the MiNluic G..LMILLs. I the lineof L the gua no The entire Ian
-exciep.t.. labor to fix the soil sd- that ;i glutton in spite of her queenly St. Thomas, Fla.
rose is ingoontiqueslor fffteehLday6'.--,lD ,thJ
roses, wiii gr8-. as Well and attain as high a lineage. WAi:Tiit N. PIKE, way- plantw enough ai6,provided" tq, spal
Ogree of perfection bere-aS anywhereelse. The Romance of a Rose a few for the but W6r1n8L'ahd-J
f ro
en" A -nd -, ki
In soi So: pre ared such well known sorts. Ili,
YOR TOB FLONAT Dim"T EXT There is a romantic story told in Conas Catherine Merinet, Isabella Sprunt, La Hydr ea Thom pgg. nection with the namirfg of the Marechial back three daysi whereas.,if all of h
France and 'Safrano attain a hei ang iel
ght and e-LWoUId
seeds, were. Put, JiIL at =06".W -T
Width of lijuch as The -lover with but Iittl' N Rose. which, ought to be true if 'it
eight feet,,and bend w
a L isn't. This lovely and fashionable rose thrown ack. teh.d1ays o tw w6ek, C, g of must often deny'himself manyof the be u- aroUL
tfnd'er a: om6ined wei lit. buds and blos-., Firs b, I run ndAhem *ith a 8WA e
ties of nature:Wbi6h his soul longs for; yet was named in honor of the hero L of the _Id 'L L
Not allroses-howeVer, flourish here on there are many whoeasily procure flowers, Franco Austrian war, and the story alluded ks I W 6u cotton t en weed aud stir7tli
wn roots; no matter bow ca fully, only to neglect them as - general, was returningfrom: th S ene L 'of are largelin 4bs to fallwdown, th, the L, soil may be prepared for them L But if fade or:the pride in the L possession of a e c
t .: he :a re budded:or grafted o I n some strong- novelty is, forgotten, The true lover of his victories in theL War between France out. to, one -plant to.Ltlie hill., Vve, at rn"t eep',.upAhe cultivation So sS, to"ke6
irgL floriculture insists that any Pjant Lthat i and-Austria-he received from a peasant,, k LL L 11 1 - I I I .1
rpw va riety Which does L do, well here S ed .. L 111U
'who wished tohonor the hero, a basketful fresh itirn o: e .:Lahes;dot'the vJiie they succeed perfectly. A notable example worth 'possessing is worth attention Land e LL
is of beautiful roses. One. of the st S Lhap alk th time, throwing it'd], with a,'tUr
N isette Rose,. Marechal care. em
e,%Voll-known 0 h IL
] 61 -Owits- own foots it is inclined to be One is often well repaid for atience, in pening to haveroots clinging to it, the Gen- L L L L I L: I he furr
L Soft L Z2,y L
eral took it to a florist in Paris, Lin whose thrown on. the ALI ndbf 'a"vi
4 poor grower anywhere, and: here 'tL IS this, as well as other mundane affairs.' ILlt, oUtL
d Y( )UIL lit LLWL: t
Hydian- ce re it remained until it becamea thriving an I -your," handsj-'o
UsUallya total- failure L grown in thatway. Over two years ago 4 blooming
L ya florist bush covered with blossoms. Niel L Ahen.' even tak hold and id ouV6
"BiIi'-when budded of grafted on so estrong- gea, Thos. Hogg, was given me -b A,'arour
in took the plant as a gift to Emp I ess Eugen ie. 'th6, way, no. 'Inafter care L fully i
growing stock it is. a perfect saccess in who remarked that ne had no demand for
WLben th& L e L She expressed great admiration for the ex- done you jure Lft. 'The. m
every Way. stock iSLa congenial it. I gladly, acc ptedboping to repay, in
fi "L something more substantial than ban ; quisite flowers and on learning that the rose. very sensitive;:ii peeds supbbrt,- It
cbe--L-li e t e Cherokee for, instance-this
was nameless. said signifi I are.not-thrown ouvin
exquisite rose will run like L a grapevine, I was really very proud of it, for I had long canty: "Then I- mero.uS.
OW wanted a Hydrangea, 6ven of the more will name it;itsballLbe the Marechal Niel,"' L ire'cons.,for:.-nc
completely emb ering the longest piazza,
Soon, c I lamb ering to the ridgepole Of a two- common kind. But this had been my only and at the samei moment she bestowed upon shouldinot b.6 kept 'tL little.tfael or L a weed now':and thefivill, t.eL' ,vbt-,
story building and pro&cing bushels of its 'one. the astonished, General L the jeweled baton
which betokened hispromotion to the high aqceptabI6,td the Tihe AS-,aW anohorp..)gE matchless fowers. Tite buds 'Lare.often of It hadtwo large panicles o snowy b Oi L
iMinense size andLthe flowers -slow to de- soms, resembling the I'snow balls" 6f our Office of Marechal of France. We are un- mg ves Lt 6 1.
disprove the above lia a solid'shippiing, melon cap veIQ L but L they. are very grandmothers' gaL dens: and I think flower able toeitber confirm o ableof
persistent, repretty story of the naming Of this fmon, Ing the longjourney. L. oAgo.LJ Tor
'maining in good form-for a long timeoften lovers will ea lily understand my dissapoint-until they -act I ually Wear out,'% It flowers ment-almost sorrow-when the pot fell rose. But the part played: by the peasant are others for home use more cris'p,
Mo L L' less L e -originated tender.
re 6r every month, and ther one day, soon after ought it'bome, and is doubtless fiction, for the, rose
With PL We have sh ppedL most Y on
rarely a day in theyeaY that buds or open one branch broke off. The other remained radel, of France; in I:N4t a dd Was -first L''
-country Lin th guru nl6atLthoughL the L year we ti
49yers.may notbe gathered from a good- in full bloom for several weeks, growing first flowered L in this L, 'L e
LitS Most teen L car oa S Sto all odir4hil"Nil
sieedv ine, bu prolific Season of for. a long time, more and ore beautiful 'merof 1866.' Will the great Marshal's
110, L fate be that of General Jac eight on abarjo
queminot's ? ad t60hloago 6 A
reiing is, February, March -and April every day. 'J
When i t produces its buds bythe hundreds. I When it withered, I- clipped it off, hop "Who is there now knows aught Of L his o tory- LastLyear sold _m'y crop, ,
una L 1, L 'L L
What is there left of him bei a name, L L gro wh chL]S'Lthe inost satisfactd'
0 ses, ing and fully expecting it to put forth buds IL L I L. 11 L 1 1, L 1 , i,
Thehardy- roses of the North-M s t I
L e -are here and, flowers again; but no, it had exhausted Of him who shared In Napoleon's glory, wsy, The profits, wereL, no excess e
Hybrid Pirpetuals and Climbers And dreanitthat hiRLowordbad wonliwfalme? el,
almost wholly supplanted by L the Teas, Hy- it-If, seemingly, with the one effort. It L L but melons area Ong may aheadbfcbt
Ahthe late of a man is past diw*rrdngl
un. -:Therailroad eopI4 have .pramlge '(
brid Teas, Pplyanthas, Bourbons, Chinese dwindled, every leaf.witb.ered. after a time, Little did J9A,*qUeminot suppos%,
:orLBengols and Noisette or Everblooming and, -one by one, fell off. L For several At Austerlitz or at 51o8cow'shmming, to give lis loir6r rates, and- If thevA6' (
Climb which are perfectly hardV in this months my Hydra gea seemed devoid of
erS, 'That his fame would rest in the hehrt of a rose." there wil probablyLbe, fif ty'.to&_-SIX&A
mild climate and bloom almost continually life, a mere worthless stickL a few inches y loads sent. out froln1his 'Stiflonr', i0k
ly;L f Spring' 'JtL 113 my fl, rin. be'llef t i, M
theyear. around. -While the Moss Roses L in hight on I oreven the branches died.
railroads will give Ufi'aL IIttle!betwk'ra
gir6w fairly well here they very rarely pro Still, I watered it,- occasionallyL (not know- FRom Tim XLORMA AGRICULTURNT.
OS Melon Uture in Noith noriCla. within a years, a thousand ca?)oA
duce a bl som and are riot worth the spilce ing how to properly, care for it, was afraid
they oc I cupy or the.attention they reqnire. to give too'much water, andi probably, did. The system of melon growing', here:ls ayear w beshipPed out 7of the- Sea betvieen th 'L.(3h4beiawhatohle' if",," i
-give nough) 'booing- it would sprout. substantially the same as that of Georm The climate is too mild to give tho Hybrid not. A
gi L li L i0ola
Perpetuals the r which, ihey require, and from the root a,, j pst over: the ne.' We: donot prew c
ns'they must be planted At'last there showed Ja tiny green speck tend-to compete with'.ILSouth,1Florida; with a few, exceptio fu
ev6 y year, to 'flower s uccess lly-,- Ann ajnere sign of .life. How I Watched it, their.. melons,- Are over and gone before Marith ALN He not 0 4,
U Mi digging wi a Yej.:L I PO naid 0 1 -us
de, Di ibach General Jac and coaxed it into L growth" L ours areLready, 'T t erq4 9 )yinz gT ually. n
L q e n
4aAaMeL Char es o aul Neyron and hair aboatit,,giv1ing,-It.La drdughtLn6w, a good future.forf t n ustry ere as denoe'begins to sho Pe Pr
tiob It I L
a' othe s we,,, .-a m9Z occasional: and tbeq 6f liquid.maputdj. ,tbeia r6 po. ting our: me OnIJL 'in general far S. S, reported:lie'
fl & bute the great ma gej _N Chios, -itn6 b
owerq t e-yea go,,Milwaul ee and $t. Paul mon4, t6mak6l
grew apace, and early Si spring S ,64- "bo aseaily, theyLWantthem inany conv6ii jority-6f Hybrid-,P6rpetual4'are a failure' ASL
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article Gmim sel usi i te uited Sttesthat the de- tied by aheaforfrmradtd i rigt ak iigi aimeice. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e m dsofrecomnuaewtth onya sokto r hskiroven so,, It Whe Ieto the A t i sooer prouo an bds irto em inim for bes crpbrw nh a e Tooim e h.gpoulrluthv np 6ye~inducemlick tome hf oe geeatin ye woiklth e lria hsthe croanenot ai n its favo as am food pro bue evera prediate ~ ~ ~ an soladthalmt it rdc asfie duat: for margand beast fits inutrtniefudteseyustso ,r e.o aa sr ti cl a sd r o itnl b eu g wi e w o l d a nde f a t n n r p r o a r el e v e g r e a t e re t e i s lom l t e
rid~prepai the t Oni1 ubannSumall tra or n jthry ctountry than the sw.e f a to whilun etite in i t witrooecdd that wiudties' b n aneo
fo q p wll ot su p s eh l rd r d c i h sa d c nt n wi nds ie t v oie


h e p re m -I and b e ter su te f r ig a se spo eciall frc h i If ou r f sar m es w oudr e su am co o e y l v h a
'O f is dlig w r a p e ra i L a e w h as a n e xe, ch n a e t o t o c as av t oe a w arr a nt it e n hues as f i t l b l sib l e a .w t he y geabt M Ge fFoia' ore fo ra t twelve wuen have n ut oha the maufatur fo, ayet pisi ae Btraue asnen itog w






that meet af th atq e in asg frigt rats n greatablefso a or everyuatininast ceigt a d proise fo t hinigoigges(1.
n o t n lu u c e d d nn F l o e i a u ~u n a bs o m e d ue t hxe r sc w l I m y t h e r t a ti l hhe i e i
ifs Itn theh prbbl esriur at ates ithe entire.
eutal inth tu or ~sorcs npodcs res Uziio. t Fraci Fautc. I o a larcn twP erhas; roinxe
we~~~~~~~~~~Csaa wit varied that maniy stnbeideehvelsenod hn i should beeoembrk Pineapplefs c ma n eadr no snn4sn uaz th potrse m antel sold oe h
nianyp- other arei nowes ofeigidc. F b og-elt mtuIaeofMcrOytlGis
to mnulieide:an ,r mesluen t e ny teho m atoe to Florida The artice in r thre r Aemouvru t Pur Fetlie Co., .Dea hslie ndbakig t psth fie th cliae iBpem e 4,btmaerwsyom in o ultr sup lisani 'iuetsth *nt ,ofc o r kno ie nd h ofrd. G W ,EDY VmnuaIt iht e rny intersting anodi ha d onl ol -Wn ke e t o th doutat- wos tl
A int theo~ii shmoa DamPw .'icve uessa what suts ha e oromke hiaymo f antnhene otr t
Mror cor and vegefirtabrlesave been what do thet pigr need, was opo fid utF.Bs rt, te podued n Lke ouny tis eartha ifhst couls grown in th iste o cliat but ~ ~ sleepne:i w i n g evertbefore. The Farm rid of -the ut auil aevprofio. Employmen cr ito Wom, es,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~a nal- are san a fai wa to beoeslfuprt yeprec a osrati o ld ThLdesovey-.rid r sfu ofdnc tn ris re ilg and tei aepedet, now ceth ftning emt rv o httey could ad elpim Pa., de s i ctry womey wor h t e l ss f t eir oraige oro is. Y et we ot bufo m a t and o I s t r ihive T
4 whigeliave a m aj rit oftre th m dfo i e u a e a su c s n a o d u o a p er for wo eom e A o l la y o p a d
the pol n toie s opprtnitbes grwe arte plase d m cf a n suoes by e givingetat e actyo ow,.o e
we thin to- seeN Cu he m anuall inr ango e eo one yeuntr ol the wes wo ld be en oublaent mnoe by reesal ofe tm
'o m to 6 c o n a d th g e era e n o ess th at att nd s a en o try age ai T h d i ce g e n i nndg n t ~ t l a
ti it moe oh t m uay s eg o n th equrial siroe e clen .Iucan lgo o st a st wi t r n e ie ne hpan wto c o hodnr..-be Flnorid andp perap wuch graegrftad a n ear ld n will dr er20 pound-oiruain hlhsmei
o wp hes e ou no l beoeightof. Itiwiltpa and paytan well.' Ifs Iwasteongp~r l usanf~ thtea b e repeatedl demonstrated gon ne th a nted .w a i teeste I n thi obas dd es ad e'E
seoppor tha rice canto beassuccessfull gro rownqueasi I aoud rote rol, yo u buala,3 othSvnhSre
[ l atil on e h r e n oter t ae s, anodc a etefar knowma eter Iv r am~b m noZoh r att oit hs a
Asw lrd,.caes. prft andd bein asplarieofodtebsies and wou ltld, If they, knewn 2 t n o w b e t r e i s f a r l e s f s o fr r i l o f r m y l c a l a r g e c o u l oeg o nnta p r f ts o u r B a y P r e yg h t
mi s, anatto n rce I n regazr t o my owneperencte Icidh-u lih r f ais
b e w o t h e l t h o ue i g m uh o f t h a i n L a e noep r e l b r ;ft umro he w t t i e s u r a los i a d p h a ., e r b e n g
tres hchcmbak cut sl dpedt rauin oa saday feo n strc, mealwhchat b vrcry n udedDlas(10

go'sotftlusyAou hepe n bee mpo ted annu ally. Can cill h r ich be genfee once fadywmet a o-Fit olrs (5000)t thee nezf
., al few an res nal exttuse. for this If therers sible to getess it alsev giv them sal angwnt -i eoolds( 2
in searc eve wacllasberesnweble e n acoaenWile theasav to wrprfet i t hidite Dlas(1
thatpt. Fn Lne exist s heath exhey dheoe m o h v n thou e and t Dolas (ossble t m k Thee wstatim inm, the hitr ofe-te e thi atie for fodb tad Ih co u an turce teprn utb lil
I e 'a~ulith~pkriiie an powron f Floraen' afarmg le oun te fo he would no eoet Mye opinu fo th s ckimofephotraphe befor sem
1f coto wa grown Inrl as maoiyobo sthttf osbcmesutd id loetretocn
3 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~h arer ato theases thnrpwshueomntiebfr aknfo h o sa eea oU 2edotad o etm s fro r b by oesv t. overs ougnoat th e St. thoin n I ahnkd phe owrm a e veusryi aes Eey;udaB oi
Ednknga tree .T riAvi er ih a y tuccedr dai nd',ktkat asttr ind wan fhom wtrm opennt onos no clean~fh bh P




..... ....... ..... .
,V PIRWAx MIP, R '- W ,,
-"- a 86 jt t6-Agaii, til --d k '-d'-produc6,fline indijjAtj &,j -6 as Apeb-phpkef e,- PegV-Iiiilbpe
au Tn ar, 4n Xill e so-greftt, 91, 'Ofre
heavy' Crops. -- Is not' 'this- enough','to ple, vir- will, not know thait the freezeof f6r- imi. g
Inake it the mineral 1895temp6rarily chilled our energies iind the'value p d uC ts 'o i4 IS,
pp a!ent that all pro per,,a
em6hts:au "t me to co me, for a moMent,-ma e.,va t Ink, We )Ver6-, thk
el, flid'ient for all 1 d t.landAs pleniltul s4ellkg' feitl
are, abitridaht in ',this land'? -The old ruin4' atiil' i gt It can he -had, At, r6asona'
lind ad eno It' b rne androtte If soil- s the bagi
wood ,u then Theppini6n has'been adva"n'd
o n itt a sup ply I t h 6, is i k unty, rejoice; : i6ir "t h A t orida.s ratio o 2'
e. mineral e m n ruly should arion co FI r $2' per c C-db*
166t'of giiadaon-sl -make 10,600,o f car cl ft
to ro a -o n an as h' iottepresent-as-niuch enuine Tr6sp&r1ft
p On,' -there is not another County int elbtate ;,I 9
P
Th rels no'soll. without the Active or where the's talks 'were' either -burned or that hA ;as a we I r ratios in otherSt
a is. many fertile acres of. laudA' lo ates, f or,
&aid elements, of the atmosphere com-. left t6 rot upQh tlieilaridi -reason that F ori lans,.
as.wehave. and soil;, that ,III ond use the, mone
wit 't e solids or base of thdsGil.. W6:Ar6
..bihe h told that. there is but very little sl to the well directed obtaifie u b is of their, 6
mostgeneroil. y ef, dtr om the prod ow
Th"-far We all Agree. We-Ji ewise -all of any, of the mineral'elet&ints in either r d IQ buy t
orts oftk6liusVandman -7, Ian b ts, f obber-StAte,
t _eproduc 0
agre6'hat -th6 Active acid el
is no, us T
eimeP a corn or" cotton,;'Otiside, of the stalk his 'iii part, may. be true.,L but i
ho 6, while the base orJ the fifteen There eof or ink hard' times :ieSine "
or PS Of y late'
arelat ure y twen ; ians- haveL .'A lesson ly,.a
cro d bewailingour late losses; this rn a we L th
are,- f
i6lid e-lemen are in earth Corn, cot n- or oats grow upon this
L, 'to a are no, M Prbouce or
4L Lw, raising,
underat d that heat expand d aVe:notL ifeatation of weakness will not'aid us, in
'alsf) an L LL 8 all, land, h exhausted these mineral own consumption. Rikeir.es t distrisied coadjdoi s. W
in become our pr en e hat,
11fto, up the:p4 tioleSL of these, active ele ele ents? What then hag
of, L we have to',do is'to"get ri'earer to nature ments romtheearth when reed'from them?
J hi Led
'ba k:on the farm so many hawing 0 am
e r se We -also. understand that- '0 'take up the'wor
DOL horse three InchL plowing and the Cast Aside years ag I o, when ihose seeking Leo D co un ty.' L a 'f ukuTe L as A. L chewing to cold a ondeiaaes anddrives these lc 6rticles
exposing of the soil- to the hot summer lands for or i b'
't OE L to Make A] I
theLparth- We alSOLLunderstand that' L ange groves were aoco growinacenter is ded e y prom
an w nter ra us, leavesthe mineral elem
4 ertility if left bare land holders wealthy by' purcha Ing heir Th6 exTeriMent8L m#,
ur soilslose t eir L, ments'fu the subsoil in.their reverted'
Geor'ge W: ax6n,:oue 0 'a
an un ]owed during hot Wpather L, We surp usacres. a 1 1. I- L, 0 pr
state. How will itb6 brought back? b", ""I
to LL L COM ing t6w]ALS.melll .,on is-,-Tj
&ISCLuriderstand thatour soils r6cupera sowed it in bats last spring, and as Getting back to flrst principles
ng three miles
St:10 e:z city, -ha' e al
duri inter. We understand also soon as the oats Were, out, I turned muning with nature with a hoe in hand : -. 11 1 L L '
M L I I I ., ; ready been mefitioneO these column
that .1 'g our crops ivith fine earth een to
keep over the soil as deep as two good mules or following the J arrow -betw p w -fields and b ave''beon,'Wisitei
R them thrifty,' and the lack of. this Could pull a steel plow, harrowed it and handles will -bring the smokehouse and His. at
ItW b
Mulch causes them to, turn yellow and tant L' by varioug-tobaoco men
p ed the poorest of it in -peas; the home in fritndly- relations, L and a wel fail. We understand likewise, tha mr- Alled stomach.wrting. byhonest toil f roM perienice-in-hand lingLthe-,.weedi, and-,-tli
best-of it, about thirty Acres; I plowedU'ali't Y. bf,,'t L pod-,
on C -heavier than own in,
ear I e, ba
is. one-third 'L -he f th 11 bring contentment and rest
t L same way or plautiDg in Irish pota L Wi OL
e air; L because, it settles. 'In toes n UgUst.LL,'L as life L, instaijce. p 6nounce be equal io-.ap
6o Mon pur A u to well asthe Ordinary Comforts Of Q
e t e pota es are 'Obd
n we a,. causing-, what U6edinLany arnWin..
w p aceseven dug, the whole of the land will be o-w suoh.as many.'have been a Stninger to e
nowjft as "damp air We, also pI d f I or ye I a I rs. sections of th country,,.1,It1htLs lSceife ,
s deep as. before, harrowed and sown in 'timated to be worth:all 1. the'wayJroin
nderataud tb:atJf:wecheck the- course :d clov'er. Remember it isthe shade in 6he languAge of the, 11B zzatd, Ba':
of aii_.:Or water, the heavier particles :t 50.cen SLLpefPOU
and not the warts 'on the roOt8L of L the ,u
'sink - We understand too that these clover I autocrat" it is a conditiono not a theory Xr; Saxon is highly gratified wftb h i
L' am after. I wish to gather car that confronts" th6 People of Marton L'So _farL
particles of L carbonlc L aoil are held in -ab( iv.conversution, i
bonic acid and nitric acid'.6friorn- the a t- L -ih L ose ho it&tL a"Lf ILd L marked
auspension by heat and- the agitation of county and w will approach the the wr ew ays Ago, re
-0011ing L mosphere. To disso the minerals cou'dition with the: common sense-that 'The., only.'L'furtl;Ier,.,exp rfin6n 1, to .- Tb
.the athiosphere. The -a or- checkandtorm, a plant food In the soil, And p. 'T
ing.of the atmosphere causes these acids wrests victory out of defeat, Can in the madeis the marketingbf, e -e ro I
not iri tbe air for the leaves. The land
to sink in,,tfieL oomfor ringshim Iaugh at All d6ne,,a haveplain L, facts and fl,"
_e arth.- f the earth's sur where the potatoes have grown, Will
h eface Is hea ed up by the sun's direct ibov6 where the theme's of, the world and in any of the ures from wbiel I armers of, t ii
show up results next year, i
-rays thead,.particles of caibonic acid absurdities.-Oc&la Banner county can'L dm.w).h- eir'own L UCLJ(jJJH
the.Peas grew, notwithstanding the peas
I ana satisfied to wh resalt,,A
:4,willzflbat along, like clouds'OuLaholt day will have w L arts'o'u their L i I ots (the Vin eS L The cultivati on of the! ban : ana in 'L -that,
0 Ot be. V
Conti nuiDg,'he,:sAid "he hsf
until-some cool or shaded spot Lis reached having been Mown Off). ur every day Southeastern Flori d a L Lb as 12 b ei.
:when, they, slnk to the earth. The L 0 L L s andLZetired:l;,,O,.Oi',-.Pbd n(is to t f'i',
crops do not take in any food through tempted on a large.scale, n account of ;4h
L of fa Acre. -on viationiof' 'L-,.-,, 'P
higher and denser the shade, the more much oilftieg. ,,, 5
their leaves, and we have just as the lack transportation
of the at L t L -declares, from L plan Ing,: to i itrvesting
aMd slower will the wind pass through to do with the gases in h' Plorld'
Ole L' osphere When e a East Coast railway has. not a himL iu6)reihahz,$5J01 abr e
and the o.o r th6 earth will become. as the soil. We Must bring them shall be completed to Biscayne Bay, -figures'th at. IT -h d;, sells f(?
I- I I". I L W el' L, L, I I and he
now live- in what Is termed the','rich gether.-Jeff D. b r in Southern bringing, the keys and other sections in
11 ents a ppun& (a '-,low 6sblniat6)
woods Arkansas; The timber wa's Cultivator. that part of the !State into direct COM- L
g ineis Of; 4166 1", 0, e.
Immense.: There are black oak stumps be a clear the a reL
munication with the markets-the:CUlLt'- L A,
L L $2.000 on:-his 'twenty
now ad the farm five and six feet in dia- Quality of. Soil Tolls, vation of the banana in that loc&lity -will J
farm
meterfLand they'Lare -extremely thick on The disastrous freeze has Compelled L become :,general. -Jacksonvi. lle Citizen. X -d Ao Tsto
g
the land. There are 480 acreff n culti many of the orange growers of certain demonstrating' _the farmerp t e pra
riorida'sR L
COLL,
vation. The oldest and mugh the poor- sections of the State, -where soil is light roductiveness. L
Farmers who-think Of.Mig thL
estlias been cleared probably twenty andL needs fertilizers to make vegetable rating t to, 1, -'Ii &,
L L, L Money'Loropi. but er. y, ,t
yea 11rs., L A q the tiffibe was either and wood growth, to seek other sections L this State need not fear that the soil. will time of PlAntlnganot er he exi"-pec I
burned or left to, rot on. the L land. On of the State inoreJavorably endowed b ive a bQuatif ul.y etd. -,A bulletin re-, to, comple raiigim. riis whereby a
L Pq air 'L
be 2W acres of this land where every nature with rich humus to create the, cently, issued by the Agriculturafl)e- ;,can guarantee to them a ready' hiarl
thing Lthat could be handled by, saw or products Deeded for the maintenance OfL partment At Washinguon disc loses the LiJgM hiam A.j L homeL f6k
ax was hauled. off for timber or to Little man. fact that Floridkranks third among the tobacco produced, as a 6 oi L n
1 as it'is Cill,
It Is here in Mar iow count highly States of the Union inthe :aridbrought
Rock for firewood, and the brush even value pefLaore
stovewood 0 -this immene favored by rich e of farm products., usetts Jeads
-hammocks and v ry Massach
jungleand forest, very little was burned productive soils,, formerly covered, with the list, the LVal up, of Its products, being The idea that.,-the impruh6rs
or allowed to rot on the'land. Some of mixed timber, oak,' hickory and' pine, L $16 per acre; Rhodelsland- ranks seco di V O)i ugLL"
fessioDal Igne are exi FJ re y4
this land is. undulating enough, to shed that inhabitants of leas favored portiODS' per acre; and Floridaland NL w
acquainted with, 'at
the water,, some the water. stands on. of the State, are found seeking new Jefsey--tle for third place, their farm uause they, reverse the. tinth, rif
Where the land sheds the wale the soil homes and plantations to begin farm. products being valued, at $12 per acre, Qppprla methAl' by danchig a I vJ
is very black, and the corn is wonderful Ing, Other States.rank as follows: Maine, $7; :,destroyed at i6ine 'Of ifietr olub t&44lbO,
rightLaround these Immense stumps of During the past Week not less 1h New H mpshire, ft Ver M Out'L $1(); Con- L A libusewiferolgh
oakb, scaly bark,, hickor and red gum half a dozen such persons' have come nectiout, $11' Ne- York, $1.0; Pennsvl- perlimct!9 -of observ=i s.
tr I ees, yielding double- what the land within our borders and, located, One vania, $9.75, Delaware, $9; Maryland, I Pne of theii, bum,64 told "At a recent m4i
cleared ten years sooner, where All' the man came from Savannah; an exteDsive $6.50: District of Columbia, $3.50: Vir- ifig that,.Iduring 'a olflid, Upon ho w. w V rL for L eat was burned and the ashes lef tL u L pon and.successfultruck grower for. years, ginia, $5; North, Carolina,. $7; So L uth, L woman, she bad,,,been snrpri"(c
amount of., i, rk..Ldotiei ittiough ti-e w6"i
LZ the land. Doubtless there was more- and after looking all over the State, 107 Caroliffa,, $10; G orgia'L $q; Oh.io, had asmali baby, WI th no Giii e io,
mineral elements of plarit food carr led cated At Orange Lake, where he will em- Indiana, V; Illinois, $7.50;.Midhigan, $8off in L the destruction of this timber tb an barkin Yis old busine L as. Washington, $7; MinnesotaL yon L
$7; Iowa,,. "But don't LL find
10,LGW cro p I of corn or cotton L would -take' t L dr party L -rentedL aLI60 &Cre ham. L $6.33;. Missouri, $6; North Dakota, $5;, keep- the 'bany:, hot),
from' the land,- Where L th : e L stalksw6re Mock plant L tion near Flemi ng on, which zSouth D akota, $4; Nebraska, $4,50; day?," I askeA. : !,Vh 60, riot at ai,41 1;1
ifther btirried-or left to rot on the ground he will devote to cultivating cotton, Kansaj 114.A; Kentucky, $6;-Tehnessee, the reply,:0Wa1t-.one- ,minute, And 4,"'A Sho*'y6U."! L Then she daubed[ eacb-, a, ,Aa
8hade this land SO Lit' Will become Cool earn. and peas. $6;L Alabama,$7.50; MJ1ssirsippil.0;Texa8, inofam '01
MOiL, %tiny fingers
at, and comes
u -the surface lie Three. 'other Parties uspacted Long $5; Oklah,,maj f6.50; -through'a lit I tie I r i p ln"d-, ,,J)JJJOW Pu4
green. Ungli plaut 'Montina,,$5.50; ine take the green, out Swamp's ,fertile aoxes-Land will -y6ming', $5; Colorado, rf "' b
eat 6r, w le L'
EX0690i e hose ''a Nfexico, ftiriz Utah,
an& 1 ia&Vp :lighter- L '1117.40;New I Ona, I
'8L it, v suri-, the'r- ouiehold goods in t nee fingers; win lateiy Al Temafnd6rkil
t water- leaves this famous L, fields &J.id L wrin g a I iveflho6d L $8; Nevada i4 Idaho, 5 564asliingtotii eri- k tr
or 9 agnan t were.st, wor y ng to Yebiove--thf
ok I ijifiter, even whereLnd Crop is from. Jta responsive. gaill If a e jjb ':, soi p rly .50; Qngai'h $6P 60; Cilifornia,' eather a err to, 6ach-di
PIL t th aML in- ttifn.,
anted. Give this land proper drainage tickled',wi h a hoe.. The-States tb at I d Florida, and many
'-He sita there and Velig4bt
-eirabun "ce a OL h i L"' L It'~ L "' 14,
utko'off.,thisL qqp .... d, These are ill" stra-Pps showing..w id of those that rank belo !are thickly til ia fitt;le bead' ddpf oterJV -" 'V-su a by deep way the' tide
Water, and vroteCt from the d, tron, PopulAted,,,aud- in them fafMIDg IS Well
turning under in the f u t6 ,c tbh the present indicatio ve y P ars Tom 'now,' established,- Of allithe-Si tes,010TWO.U ,hb 4aki, ij gWill 4Jgliing g ases, which shade, the 'soil, i6nil Marion s.,pr uptive industries alqngthe th'&




l ''I 2 11 111
v
T R
TV
7- ,ba; The i u'ry In 0 eotherl--and t iiI- Oea]t ned ',the,- ,
a large -pzafi table cro he the case: f M C, Scott' of th h ly' less
he, Jzea 5.11 N., poorI landsin Florida,'oncelse6ded'6, RcksonvilliB-,-.tht--'eir trea urer of Duval,, velo6ityof the fall. he, n Yos:screabis
ith embezzlement re tbvl but.
grab- nd- Florida elover,. will turn, = ; Iiar pA... w w -scarcely, aqdible.
r kr"' Nehkr"-6f'Keuka hadI d'ha er 'A b
ton s e acr eo (nat of. not. gu ty. -one ofbii
to th f as.goci aR. ere
tor'runn ling on, pears -:f Or quite awhilie h
ever went in It is equal to ployees, w 6 went to A rPRO & mow. h T
-Arrangements.are being
y, als a e rice on 'nor ern -he received as a out.- n. s
K,-04t. teed, fin., ii id of th ha Which brings no*' $30 a made for put only iblury
ting out'a large.acreage of
head whic h did n o 1 nj -,to the sk
,.-- hfir 'hammock folpty" near kp It A% ,Indeed,. better. Horses and -n, the work of
An the Plant City sectio
li will s He is no w at, work; -mo'n" 'szago,
1,41,C ocin b6-.rdidy--to out.- cattle:, devour t more. eagerly and it fe w th
setting out being now under hea(kways
,i l ncmpany, -to I anuf lasts longer, or I ad ctor, While, touribg,.t t4ectiob, a A:7..
"ture patent- n-other words, it goes
arther. This is said after careful. iax- The:McDonald grapefruit (pomelo) one A
dic-lues- in Jacksonville. "a bi en, f the misfortune to fall-Into of hese,,;, '
ned, with-'G"5 Willie. erimenter-by weight and moneyyal6e., tree, the largest and most prolific of, Any wells, and remained -at 'the. bottom I for
tree in. the State,- shows.. signs,&gain, of nearly twenty-f our hours -before rescue&
Considerable, complaint Is made at yigorous growth and promise of fruit. whomSat sent t-o'his
vA pumpkin,- vin M -a b .persons 4ho shipped pears This tree grows at Plant City, and its badly t;rui s d
d' I ted 14 3jf6 E.. Plerce's. back this 'season that the return :would mot size and yield have been the, wonder Of but, -as not seriously Injurid,
f q d last spring-,anii o overing I about one- co I vdrexpress. TIfeydothiswithoutinthe, southern counties for years. The much-talke&pf -pier to -he conat
n-eighth of au %,Ore" Of. g7r9undremarks the vestigating the- cause. This year. the
-been pre- structedb H.-MYlagler-9ttake"Worth
Ciear'Water Press,, is said, to be bearing piears-were a month -behind th:e usual A Dumberof persons.have T 1 -1 1 I ,
Says the Citizen, will soon become-a4e-1
ring seed beds' and. sowing. eg plants
btje s tfidri,!lw P shipping timei nd cable -suddenly in pa 9 ality.,, The contract foriteconstructionp
1 0 0 ihisweek.- From present indications, :1 1 R
-The gang of thieves who have bem mpetitibn with 'Noiib' Florida and has been let to Captain I G. Ros oU
- ; eiperating around Silver Springs Park, Gfprila. Pears shipped before they there will be ten times' the acreage this city, and work on it, will be cornt !,ciflittelbroke liatdthe--reaidenci of .1r.., h4.4 ttilly.,matured- this-y b ghl planted-in tomatoes, eggplants and cab- menced as so T
YV 1 I I I 1 1- 1 -- -- I par ro.u. on aspossible.,': I he pierB Thomsena, few.days:ago, and, stole good, prices. They ran as high'as $5- bages for the Northern markets as ever will extend into., the ocean 1 OQO feet, er barrel at first, This Is the. way to,, efore.-Juno Sun. if W-earibg apparel',and where the water has, a depthof twentyship 61 fruit. As soon: as, they get
'7"eaddle.- wing to the factthat the water sup-. 'three feet. The pier will be fifteen feet
Mr. Thox"ent was away from- 13,
hfee-fourtha ,grown,,.comynenoe ship, t ... ...
T';'L home a-t the tline'. ply winich-at firstwas thought sufficient, wide, leading, out to the enlarged end
-wait until. the, returns but which Th.
proved, i"dequate when
orge Roll"Wo nvicted. of -hig.hway. lpin PoI not which will be 30.k75 feet'in area. is
but continue o sh p every
come..In,, t I tested, the ice factory was diilayed sevtbeMaroli- term 1894 -of 'the will be Wei ghted down With stone, of
four days the very: beat you 'have, and, eral days in, f urnishing the trade. A som -u'
minal Court. of' Record for Orange which 30,000 tong will, be se
the prices will be satisfactory.
:c6unty-i and siinterioed toI years in pipe was attached to the artesian Well The piling with which th& Dier 'Will -be
neartherailroad depot.however which built will be of pine alId will be' at hard 1abor has been. Messrs. -John and Herbert J- creo-,,.-,gkant6A,'a Aill-an dfr eepardon, Qrlando St. An k drew'i 3 B am ply made, up the, deficiency and early soted. .The co"truction of the pier-will
yesterday morning thedeliyerv wagons be under -the -vision of W; W.
ena twenty-foot boat' super
'called Gospel Ship No.
Were serving f'ree.ice to customers as all, Howe, the constructing engineer of the' Part of thd timbeief6r.the new dock 1, and now have commenced Gospel Ship,
Introduction of -the home product,- Jacksonville- Terminal company. Tne' nd, a4d, No. 2,-.a forty-fpot boat. have se' ---,at, Georgiana. is ton t e.grou
Punta Gorda 'Herald. pier will be bui It directly in the I ear of.
WeI wifigonier. afe, receiving Q ati4dsjiom ,varjtous parts.of,'
citr d don : 11 1- 1 .. 1. .1 ;
iron'.rodb4nd,"bolts orderedto: b6, -the Vnited, tates, to deyelop theIr con- The other day little Bobbie :Barnett the Royal Poinciana hotel, adjoini
usedin its construction., It is rumored The- son Of the late -Rev. A. A. Barnett,, of the Casitio and the Palm BI Inc.- Jt
seerated home mission, anterprise.
Live Oak, was rolling on the floor with has been rumored -for some time: thai: that prepa ratloR&. are.-, being -make to small boat is used for mission work 6n
- ,inov e the pos I toffide I ba I ck to Son th Georz- the bay I theseco I nd wil I cruise aloiig'the:- a large ballof-lead weighing some ounces the pier will be used as a land.
ing I place,
Peopi6, at;1116'north If. REM.' 0. E. Smith, a noted In his mouth,.When, bysome mishap, he- for large vessels, but nothing definite
-be glad to have t resna n wh?,re it is. pr6acher of Marlboro, Mass:, and_ Rev. let it slip in to his throat.. Raising him- ban, be I arned.with rega rd to this. So- se resent known, the pierwi 11,
Mr. H. Parker, -wh J. A, Cargilei of Stevenson, Ala., a great, If.t a sitting posture, as. he endeavored 'far as at
o hag charge of the I ;, d I I I : .,
Edgerton '-"place about a mile West Of 'debater and Southern evangelist, will to clear his throat, the lead passed below, built by Mr.,Flagler, simply as an atalac .
his palate, where it lodged for some tion 'or guests of. the Royal Poinbianki,
-'Georgiana, A an excitingenAcoun ter- -join, the Aleet in-'December,' and holl Ith a sixJoitiVro ten ime. But before it could be ascertained and the Inn for fishing purposes.-Til.,:
,y last w, their gospel meetinga in a large
ttler one'da eek.
it, d This is a Worthy enterprise and should what the trouble was or action c juld be tusville Advocate. .i He had been hunting and.16ricou pre -taken to remove it, I the. weight being so
a ew
the 'sriitce a-1 --feei- from awiy re eive the -encouragement of allperso s' The Times-UnIon gave a report f
ew. enici e, 0 n I
k o believe in : great, it passed into his stomach. A days since, that nine tarpon 4,d been'-.
11 evangelizing the world, j h
V_54w b e i D wee t Ti a siiake'g -biet n the wov,
goodheartymeal of rice, potatoesand. c ts a t.
aughtbythe Tennessee touria
sprung upon,. him, and embedded its S
0 1. 'Ab I I.,
ooreof Suw pee counvYi, fried chicken. was administered as sOO1I Andrews Bay. That 'nu ber ha4' -'at,
fabgsiniI8'-cIotNng-,t' He flbLlly sluc-.. 'ha' -State-ponvict agon.t., as possibleand it is reported thatno evil
bippri a present writing, been augin6hted to si"
ceeded in, killing the snake, X7,
which was a Hla,du- -lo.okinto.all appltca- consequences b ave followed.
ty ; ill Ve to
teen. Mr. Aden has gained much i;iracMonster ofits: n Gover
tiqns- for pardons, report upon all, norMitchell has recentlymade
tical informati n from his many years',,.
The F16rid it. Southein depot at Haw. charges preferred against the lessees of the followingelvil appointments: R. H-. porting with -tile taxpoa, Ele stated.
Ab the- fid Wilson of Roberts, to be inspector of timoria-was,'burglarizedz 'one':-night last cppvicts a report 'to the proper: that his father caught the first tarpon
he- ber-aDd lumber In and for -the county of sippi: it
week., ,: -T safe, was-taken but.,and tbi4y-flve years,,at Mis'sts'' C
then, burst op'eb7 ith, fish' Iate'B;; $11 il.n., Asarule, the.F1001a 'tourist,, season: E scambia; W. H. Tucker,.of Judson, to that was eve r c aught by In aii and has h before Janu be justice of the peace for the tenth disbills.wen stolpu. A lot of -tickets, were if oeo not ,open muc the scales of the fish yet, :which. are .asary. trict of Levy county; Frank H. Davis, of
,,'.1eftat the-.place where' the safer 'was This year it will'oommence much. e-4.rlter brilliant, aJds Mr.:Alle n, -as the scales'Thonotosassa, to be notary public for
by two".41green- because of the Cotton States, an Inter" 'nailed on the post here from' the fish I
I the State at large; G. E. Walker, of Bar.
-They left no clew Five hun- national Exposition in Atlanta, which have just caught". He says that 'the:
diedtf0kets"Wer.01ound ina; barn fifty 'will begin this monthand continue until tow, -to be supervisor of registration for Gulf of Hexico is the home of the'tar: .. -yards-fromth -depot Polk county; Lucius C. Eldred, of An- pon. They arefound7in the Carribean"
. ....... 'the first of the year. Thousands of North- kona, to be I justiceof the peace tor dis-A, meeting; o ern people Who will attend the exl osi tion sea, around, Key West and as far,
f,- the citizens, of Green trict No. 1-8, Brevard county; George F.
1- Cove 19prings a I Clay was held will visit Florida before going home.Reg as Tampa during the winter, M'on:ths'
county McD.nell, of Bronson, to be justice of s ril and Maythp
alar visitors will come South earlier than In the month .,ot Ap y
":recen't y to take into consideration the the peace for district No. 11, Levy
question ti:,oif settling h; colon y from the usual, see The exposition, and then pro- start northward, coming into St, At I L"
ceed to their favorite winter resorts' In county; 18"c W. Rogers, of Bronson, to drews Bvi and, toward autumn make, north*est onlinds in-the-immediatelvi- be justice of the peace for district No. 2
"di Glr64if'0I -The this State. In countless ways the At- their way to Mobile bay and. thendo-,,'
town and Levy county; H. 0. Picket, of Callahan, southward to Yuo
'Exp6 atan, to.resum Aheir.
uwell xepresentedby- parties lanta sition will be it benefit:to e
County,'wer to, be justice of the peace for district No. winter qqarters Th6y'are found In all'.
-largel* intekested .Anuynber subscribed Florida. 5i; Nassau county.
parts of St. Andrews bay. In the e
'land Key West was thrown
aicI tl e. b.olonya't very. low prices. nto great ex- yen
and seve ral thousand acres have already cheiiientb.Y a Mysterious fire which Oc A 3ove! -accident occarred in the High come-near
curred at the residence OF. Henry T S und in groups..'
been contracted for. pringsphosPhaLe region recently In the shore, and are fo
erman, on Angel stre t,- last week, this district there are many natural Their presence May be known when.,',
Le bournel .of Gainesville, has The Jnmates of the house d I id not they come up-to breathe. Mr. Allen:,
the Aampion, I I Qg of thisvi I cinity. Itia wells, some of which are seventy feet in has- In his employ a resident.". negraj I
discover the fire until it had made depth.',' When cob venipntly located, they
a small dog, and has a gre-at manial some headway. The first. persons to en are used to supply the employees of the Hawk, Massalino,, wholn, he' says, has,,
killing 4chickens.' Saturday night ter, the burn ing roorIi deolire there was a phosphate mines. A few days ago a no equal In skill as a helper In capture ? :
tie -animal l n 9 e-1 :way broke out of it&
rlM, stfqug mell:of gunpowder, and that it h' te ngtl esilvety soiledtai on.''I' '..
sad negro employed at Dutton's phosp a
kenb4i crossed 'the street, to a
gre
was on fire In several diff nt Places.' -inine, which is'under. the superintend-- The first shipment -of fth.forthis se aneighbor's yard. This neighbor- had
But for. the prompt aid of neighbors and ney of N.A. Col a I 'd
Ii on, was. sent for son was made Wed nes- ay, W en
twenti4*6 %fine Leghorn bhickens, and
the wcirOmen in,'the D, Balz Cigar-Fac- bucket of Water. he pipe is loca the dog succeeded in, illin& ted barrels left for, the fisli market.: Thiii
K twenty-one tory, the house Would probably -have near theL Well, which Is about forty feet a':fi:rst rsI beg, I L nniligL I.L Arand :,the, fish :in-,
f them andiidding tLh6oiher of its tail.
g_ Ork W In es
been a loss. As it was,,.the loss will., The begro did not stkypro Is ea kreatdea
Ills one- night 11 cost his In probably net $500.: The L general, Alippo" i j"C6 6oriii6tly In the dark;and stumbled
ich is abb jL three prices for, LLe Well., 'He ws L extensive througb-ilie entire season thamJtlorf
wh L
6-t at-gunpowderwas thr Wn into 11 t"Is L estimated,
a harl6d down the ever beforr6tli(,LwWdowIIan& side of the hirly f average
r:the f1pIciri thy distanoe e of t 20 barrels pert Ifat 'that the c ur fai n wa L A, guited,,-Vy a L: L jpfa
'is an aseertainedi" orldiv, eLmata 'a
V So Un I1L:h laiid-ing qn b,, rock edge, duringthe, seyen Or ei bt months
r,,;, pawdoutbly, I s4sount any uthern Sfa creant-who, had -made, some, threats about atc t Isqu are. In -m aki ng the de will; be
-Go
Jfi makfb 'h d -a, ew yews one
ay-, an against Mx ,,Jerman'i L It scent he "V as ) noc e ro nta doydil-l
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a~astac thitmj b a- ev ere anter
wu il it bef akes such invst


ra te h elfee assm e 11in pi pp er
[Cogrowingdoncand aboutvthe tOWrlAtlantI ofxposihionoSnt
-ieg aact r e uiliz tel gae asteewl efv xiis se sr
aotop offrs uliya a tim whnce :)du i ally offrsrzrdcs rmN h
ptwissngthc anig tpmges, swe Caoia -IhwTotarln Car

Mr.'ls Thlliat such aao factorytis in; Line aber padsm ofite tn the boetcjt
clie -b eie y hr d futre e hen sadowlacdi hsxoiinFoety la anf dot ab ast for itraeecuidniahecne f teSa l
itti ofc:,-i, ao ras rs evdi the very centerui of the t oard~i Air Liesehii.Tetod cl plntiin already beginning t6o hihi s bsrIce op i
ctelt thea town sitena ontresdsrrln ief he ~ dhwt
'Ehiteia shlabfdflld'l qro
ssoNCERNING CANIN WeTRIS init 18resodbc Cfroma ilS fteStt r
better tieft~~~ii se in its. constrctior ,Theie postste~nes 6n
:ha-6is eoinh e P~~ una Grdda Hrald saysh the silofte ld ay bdt Weli trar an apparent ine oi-A
als.611~~gen mhfla' s an sa th er dvu ay efta

clovelr .tha ~ ~ ~ tha thudb ielc'-wl e wse tof thke suhinvraet
'cI at.tableo n to at cetc., a o psuitable oree proitbl for~ cannin
pupoe, pd thateii the reye
Son, m~~a~yEb 'pcannieg fatoie throughout dOETYBIDN
tha n4 in a lSouth Florid was sil bosh.e Wieape
drowig n o gre with t him."Atat xpsto wihufi r
Wie o Whbr ae Widit prfi ca- TeRlihNw n bevr;h onro lutadEet [Sice he.abvewasset t, te c ann tng e tb li e toe putde up sh ilbefv xii
ninfeio rad ofe e frueett or, vege- fth'aoit Fexeniv cann facnories and Chea Excraon by tePlntSstea
wno oirt doesits mariager wnially o Obobesrn ticswHb odb
wat th es o teprdutso ialiied20dysro m th pr incipal re U iestye '
their~~~~~ ~ ~a goods wilntselaetenhoenlissspiGteWysndfoe
corespn et d h e~b&',itisnot cnnig trnaoe seetCaoin beyond othefarolhern d ret
usear thee argumentfine tha candtrpge reeei~v'od..tb~at'*goods cansin bea sl to b er profi_ o.h it E WAe BETTLERS RATEr
potatoes,~~On ctbe 2nd,.an and ond the. uirst Tues-.f *rl pie
boen solec ~ ~ ~ ~ ha fres te lce hre b- ha fruts a atren tras- dninay of r ea h a om month o -o therat, uni fur is's e.,ilsnes,.sesio s: f: he Na- po rtationch rew i ww thin thae advise, onExwayitickFests l behi will
t~ nol via thee Plan Syste fro prno a orpicim.rbtin
willl proveial trueaio It mg tntwe Oiind Msispplelat as o
out~ ofe plc oadtaeheJc-ad fo o nt r e ond t e princi als at nt l reere in point inry Floridr ot a rate ofe onRnd n
so vil Ti e-U.n]ane o one-half ens pe r miecounin sort ?
thi am in e, fre na ecennnt o ssuear lin mileage.w il h ~i .A con Naioa Eric.amptnent G, A.chares ae sohigl tha it ould roth lapnt Syisem w ri sel ikts i
bel we forn te fruithgroe s of. tod Loisileny adreun e e a
berlKE- 8Sh goodER to reurTu tiAO toe
Florda o povie fo th neds f h a n cent er. mil c~outin
theT' htate for, thee whleyar nd sor n mlag hih il e$2 0 r
CONCRNIN CANING CTOIES.thfrom meorciad. iets wf noest tai, b e~ apaa A
(cofor~no simpl duin the fru. season use ir n lad cnd siltr efore, Tbe goodsto ssvngb6 !bit L'
BraeyW E.Pabk sL s o b prs- In rc~nL isuetheedio o ery Nashv ie nd teonts on ingl of can in fatre th t o ld rtuntrp
supl thee homeo marke wit Account dediatio ofCimna
the Plant Syte willetl selltickts t
caL"'u- .g nt n f isV, ahd not necessithate fia ag eunS pe br1t th Whibninelo if he idst ofr hif tone 19t atoid Ai rate ofed it420 rn F