Florida farmer & fruit grower

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Material Information

Title:
Florida farmer & fruit grower
Uniform Title:
Florida farmer & fruit grower (Jacksonville, Fla. 1893)
Alternate title:
Florida farmer and fruit=grower
Portion of title:
Florida farmer and fruit grower
Physical Description:
29 v. : ill. ; 33-50 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
S. Powers
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 16, 1898
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1899.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser. vol. 5, no. 19 (May 13, 1893).
Funding:
Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002038466
oclc - 01387403
notis - AKM6256
lccn - sn 95026761
System ID:
UF00055765:00008

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Preceded by:
Florida dispatch and farmer and fruit grower
Succeeded by:
Semi-weekly Florida times-union and citizen

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past TwoYears. We prepay Ireiglit on On n1l Cash d d
bL of $6.00 and upward figured at catalogue rateR to aLLpoints ln the Gulf State This is a hvaeZ
Our 189S Catalogue t] e Tg comprehensive offer, and in nia-ki n g i t ou r prices have ii u t been raised. We
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d1.qQ.yARrET,_E and -11.,AND 0111NANY
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io "i -getting trees
q f way to make sure of
Aile'a din 11 talogue Te etyed and 1161
6rticulturist Writes of -it 'Your vdu able (-,a f.5 fftk er We emp oy no- a ents
9 an have no donnectionwit any other,
I rntnstst;i toiridue acknowledgment of your vIaJuaWe Work in horfieultur ,and nugeye, the most'u:niqVe'aiid educati6ndl of'all the catalogue et_ Duxfngii&_ ftQen A n., e mirsery
-poinologica treaties -fl 11'V business we haveneiver,
rdceived'ac M for tree4,u -.,to ntr.u
re' eiVed.'. It 1.9 ind -ed-an dnelp.1011P.( as se section of varieties as Nvell noverv d 'Solicite&
f' as it does the .,Varietids and, pointffig ;&itlete in description, setting orth als z I:.comp flda i -,
eysucceeV ght
d1carly t1fe'sebtions in whichLth ooeRree. NO Agei
-NO ONE can afford to be withqu ta copy. Its only cost to you is the cost of Address all Commu tions to,
G. L.:TABE R, Glen St. ma askin r Uy"j
glo it Projiriewt-,Gleu. St. axyNurseries:
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911- ith inupi, syrup, -these cold: mornings; -,.4q ,yet sold, 2650 MarshSeedlesa.Grap&Fjjdit,
300 J ppa Laite"brange,-oney on sour oran m 'D rou an
are fion ethiDg to Whet the -appetite and 0 _,,e and el' t d
satisfy it at, t Try ome 6600 Eureka Seedless, Bela ir P 621um, 'nd'Gqoa Leinons,,xith less than 100 Dancy
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wovear'old hTa_ 6n;8&V OrAn
6fourrre8hbij6kWheat, an opi, orinign arines,,a I fid Po'nielo'ro6tg,'
Htobk of Sbir Oranj6; Pibrifelo and Rough, Leradn Sed(flings Tb' AIIUJ zls lseedlii or
-l- 16 jl I 'd 6i6v a Mile' UP),
map e Lip;
t6 pr6pA0t6,tjj.Ahy e very.
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ions in We ave also Quaker pre
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ar d I grid'. -0;uVvNjXr0 es, empt fromFrost.
W cakeffo Pktiju and Creh &
Wbeat,
SON & 00 Send for De3orlptive Catalogue. LAXELA".
JOHN-CLARK. A
Commission Merchants, and Dealers in
.Groceries,, Wines Cigars, Coal Flour
and,!Grain. Consignments--cf- Eggis- _Sleedslor ring Planfln'g
Chickens and Country Produce solicited P't 9 in, 50c, per lb. Toma202: tQ,214.E. Bay St,, Jac .6 Fla, Cueum119r, Squash, Water Melon, Musk Melon anct Ptimpk
ef 'z 1, 1 1. loes' 5 1 66 per Ila Pl;i &3001 ppr og. I$375__ erlb. Selected varieties of
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, V k aft Z:12Lz p VuW-Z-.7i6ld Corn, 20c. per qt.j.1.78 per
50 i -, u Delivered ee iLnywhere, in Fl6r1daz 'All- ds of Summer 4
Cb -feet. kin ea
Crops Seeds. Cassava Seed, 76c. per 10, Paner-shell Pecans, I.and 2IIy r,,
DUNEDINj HILLSBORO CO.j FLA.j old trees $12 per hundred
Offers to the public this season the'i nest'citii s!]Rurs6ry.Trees grown in an experience
of thi#.qen consecutive years. !VMb"sfoc;k-:1'Taa ge audinclude ,t4p,,foHowing,
W-31 a6d'th 'K- Mandarin, arson rown, _Bay Street,. jacksoixville
iikb y app-r6v'6d varlAd Sa pu rnal or- i I P
Boone's Early and -affa, Rajorca;-Riib Stark's'or Enterprise Seedless, n61Adsdggi 'gfid Ta T -,and d Th V test, 1:VI6 66 too:
Piuqa King, Duncan an Good-I.--,
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_4_ essGrapefruit., Seedless VillaYrauca Lemon. (matchles Obl iai.ku'm'qiiat,'('su-p;eri-or F,
,TOund).-,7Biadwood-at-aU-time8., PriceSTeasonable, Promptattentionto;c6' bur -largely, increased
TW8'ls ohe'oUthe rbas6h8'f tra,Ip the pa4t'Be
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s- with AU"Pr4ers, ,L ger-or'sma
paring for a larger trade the coming season. Beans in, mind- fm,! U
'Oviffig to the:dd-Vdhcin-g s 66 IWill sell'for the next t o weeks
F I N 12 $MTV TAMSy ETC.
qqc es, Fig ,and MWherries' ZatsumaOranges, Grafted Pecaus,,.Field.Grow-,,.Roses, SpApki S., ,i
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U, Pr Montleello, Fla. ,w AA
ine- AM ES at Reduced Prices.
:ffer their F -,Stock, of Xll US
cessful, F44,47) ALING k,
ortisrown;-Ru y Amor b I ichael, Jaffa, Wash. 1i
VEM 0A i i L& Xitrus 'Stock,, L L K*- _y Jat!:a, 100c
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trees, agiiifteeiit r cent.
and M -Off o 500 16ts'
all Frodu t of the GARDEN, OU U_HARDDA1' ornamental Plartstr es per
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n. Address U NO Mough lemop stocks about Vr inch di meter fids
-fL ferences, OtO fro's UPOn UPIdiCattO Palms a s eci ty':
for lar o I tra d i(j 0 6,feet high, first class, in every i6spe t and gu"ntec4 true to name.
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- I I ,- e .- -cess has spread, over all Southern Florida. It makes vigorous plants Watwill stand.droughts far'b6tter; than those' grown.with-pq pr materials i p,)orform .' 'Yloiican I .. ,"
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,' -- rt d despairaft6r the great freeze, of. 1895, bought clielip fertilizers aa a ealamit resource; but' nov beginning to prosperagaiti',,they, are returning to their first 4', ,
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'k-FA ffuln, Rll R ,'_Y 1E 19'
It jak, esh right :14 wW A
the id _y
.o white;.. fl
phate) of potash. Use at ,fh in thereby the
mere Thftker p e st gth V evine more
7co pounds and upward per acr A r -4t e t but islight1k pit, y-5, A'
-h 'in t e ma is-a very
extra pinch of nitrate of soda-tb 6a6 i stem. This" 't 11
hill, just Aft ,r the 1 IPPPr ndt 'e ties 'All ro
LL ABOIqT ,IMELONS. p gnts have ap- doubtful benefit. 7. Lyi ustn6l, b for
A n IE6 d PI It d to the
peare in a good "send, gotten thatthe are- in ave, an an e
C.4 "Oil e es
Ti hl' b-bl --lifibstbf Ot er vAn ti in
gnd In.6truct- its lungs, and it
k spbI Ed&r t1i i gj 'Offi, is ig Y Pr h
uld b the df"..t4e 'State. Earl
Niiiiing sho e' done by hand, that practicewillibe found- of hofrnAnbe 'shallow. Plenty-of. in
Bullefih-No.' 8'of the Ge6rgia-Ex_ and should prq! .alueihq 6w obs6i
yetcontinues-to ear, -well up to the
erimeht station, by H dgh E. Staines, seed Should be 'us --w20 to O to the, to--Of "Pine Ing back sweet potato
Close oftBbseason, the,*ifies- possessgives-; some very' 'readable n t, n hill and 'each seed hed down.not
es-O pus -,v P ng. greatyi.ta, ity.
is deeper -than. an f4 e-following dire tj ons are given -j
inch with ihe -e
wateriiiJeAbn culture,- "which, are thi Ones' fumbo (Sy6s'.jumbo, Jones),:
introduced: A Ihoe-dab" of moist dirt to f6i.,Ailiting insect enemies of the Large, round oI sh htl y ovoid; dark
by ked,-pff g
C'Over the entire area-covered the hill after planting, knoc lin,616z: Withli ht-bands. ScOO whit
green, g e;
ithe'yiellow pine' gqKmiA fori' ,its ti, of ; -,'Georgi4 beforesprouting, will-hasten a A pinch of nitrate of soda at
flesh firm/ :sweet 'flavored;
hill 1 t -- I AKnown locally -ill, eathm 7 e,aq w en pans come up to,,give 4s- h lit t d14- RemarkWire s' AJ61i veiy, dry qua_ y g 6od., o very, goO
region-, and, in the maiiij =-rres d thq&'A good sendoff and put them 0 'f
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Pon V- CULtIVATION. able on account f, itsuniformit
ing geologically with Ale tiekiary for- tii ldl beyonda reach of damage,
fter the plants Sl e,..,.and,.,,otherz-chara6teristics, fewer
are iup ihey should, oorinelbns being, oun of thisstraiii,
ma ion, (Citrull 1 2. Spray with Paris g f I f
ate melon n= ouK,
the w r f'
us vu be thinned down., to three or four to ounces to fifty 'L I- -,, ; - -, e ji-f, p I _. 11. -.1, L
garis appears to 'be alWays And gal ohL- int rv _o h I : as a en
the 'hill in -d' than any ofner. :
d. afterward to%. one,.or at
ilir-ee 4eAs fi" 7p
impressively lathometo its. friend tLgainsVt, e -&ncy to %4est on blossom end Eke
-most two vines. Cu tivation should',an 'w 6 elon:w.orm -stripedi.:cucum bet beetle Pride of Georgia, but is not c orrnd'- h' .1a:is'the hardihood to. Admit be::Shalld -'with ctiltiv atdr or scrape.
that he:i.. not -ranked and4lea beetles: or duw iy th, ,Pari&
among tbern? Old ?'mimbion grow e rs never e,
P OW
Other regions. may produce certain: green,:.9ne t, to tw iiiy- Oi 'fi- ray-M,
th'eit."Plats while the' dew isf-on thbr ii -, _: I :. RA r Jordan' s G, -onir.ch
alaba % me.
;hcswhich -thidugY c6urtesy,., h
re'styled 'waterm6ions-'-- ba.- Wsee, 6 i but,', wait until', midday before 'y intermeaia te y with _,p4me bZ whid to amper a re y
Spra b yns.: Long. White
putting in'th e plo-w 'To what extent inulsion for the melonlou good me on. S
and: -know- the- genuine-,waterM.&IODy .-..,,.Icing,,..Long...,Light,.Icing,,.Ic.e.,Rind,)
e:crop wou f-
til- 'h&bt injury i atall)'by Wj- h- -0,,Ial,
il' +
arrayed'Eke Solomon in all his soa maya so 6'e sd
-7 varly.morpin P e -twO, Large, lon-g,, -white, 'with' light gT'een
9 oryi, r Cultivation yet rexnains2 __O,.,icaf
st el iI6 6e61 f" :, ,o the i gallon r-,-icaf tfdcery. in' d-,rAth6i. thin. seed-tio-vin.
pr ve -and-to search. Or t e
-'f s indeed,,- lLng "d-it r sulphide in 6bdu'
helon'i ..an is empire 'Flesh -b- fi
Ca- use, :Pe ore e_ act is established, rig crimson crisp, rm"and
-is the Wiregra6sl' 4ii, n other section
1 et general,' cus _uaJity"best. Originated by
Id: 6 se ess." VARIETIFS'
of the state -in another .,state in.ihe wou d 'to'- s 0 lni! Iil.ih est. of vari"' at the Gebi- B-' 1ordad;,Iof,:Virgi.iiia-.. magtoms can.js be. trace
South,-ih ;io' ifi"ent. lAhiilk, edi ini, "in'
t' -t d' Ra7' but to
logical.cau At' isjug aseasy to gia sta ion, or con is
Union does :,thi j;Z,
luscious'zCucurbit ob 60 th'ts, pr ctice ,,q, _pgr .JqT andfirst"in re spect,2to:'yi'ez'ld and sec seasom,
h
flouih.,,as it:does onz the gray tertiary
'fathers-.'as t 1 late ..it unt it -is ond in size- Dukc jones, 'the first in 1Semin-ole':'. Viery s ow-y;, I
0 0 Isands between the Savathah.and the I i -- ' J d y u iform; 6
v m'ense'an ver bl _h 'both
d' -k h i yield. Cc,15 Eii-I -PA
Chatiahooffiee-" 'Prp"O, to be.. ullnecessary -.or,,, ina_-, ;,lze, ran s nint in
Visabie: ''d ld'.; .ui fts snW, e5ds sa &!; siie 'rhid' thin,, fle h,,red
P y ran s secon in yi(
.-rofessol, Stitbs' seriouslyl crisp, and. fine;,
.1 I . T seed 'b
yr asse ts size r is itval I useless 'As it- drops7ito rown .-a roy
Never,, -under any circumstances, ende
tbatLt e- -tell a. : t' b but no,
t- me ii'lfcir the ia: l e -s ipper.
ti it t 0 twenty-third place in !, cblar.' lo
ins.i3q.: urn. ;a, vinei-: Mo bel st by s -par I
]PC V '9 Sibleyls"Triu
'dn"third'-iDyi61cf"' d
thump.'them -nor. pinch: theinj doinI will. be gainedby giving :SWrPe's e ect r 'L an ong- -thick rind' -*hite,.,s'ed
:the plat an extra cultivation.,, .. This is size. 1 ebtuck 'Wond larre, I-,nor press them;! And: he, Cannot tell you _r6d flesh SWV
does, He will another ancestral practice ,jand dOubt- fourth in yield and 'eve-nthin,,size arid e oils
knows but he th ld" d sixth Augusta Sugar dal 7:
-goint the fiela-Jari -Pi jewarises:from tli jact, t6ttfievihes Jones' Ju bb,4f I f Large-,
a,,y Of
ck .oq' ht e. ripe greater diiLin'etorat:blcis"om':djid
wh size. ( iiban ( u 6n is" ixth in
h h z d ,h ndl than atr, stgiii'end hei666
is -ones a fast as%, 'e: cotnesto t eftari its" na mea ent in size, w
'istake:6nedtva:! odsam d.:,:,,,,Ifl,,,r.pt pd,.,,,,,gqq4E: and Yield and' kute i h 9 1 tracery;
n o tIn AugiistaRattlesn I kejnotwithst4hdi6g color white witb I lit green:
,,To'th&,,bfdinAi 'wurtg the-tat to their, original -position it is
its rind thickafid rhdlofi solidand hardqwn, and admitted exec
d6ad und when thurapied andA _difficult.to4 I Alize how they- o '.d th fefbie a good shipper; seed *hite
.--Afiyiw.eeding-th.q-,.-is, found leace stands only -ten'tb''in* yield an ellowa imply, appearance 6 'the Y-olb -'6ern 6idinar- 2d ps; es rig t re cnsp
necessary, after,, this-4inie -,should be se enth with black ti
-ear -'t ity 'quite "m
-'to -the-! th are, the six dijify; quali -,good
elected with a sc e., ad ly an, melo stanas edium. to. early.off,, the,,tops,, of. the w6edi above the teerith and twelfth respectively, and
4
!Pri' Sweethdart'- Comes to us from the
ILI oven e de, Of 'eorgia' ighih auCnin&
Sch '- FERT ZERS, T should '11
vines,. ey 0 1 t 1
count oft h 6 jf forced o e Westi(indiana), and is a. argq,
,_6u -the-- subj ects "Of, soil A :' t ''list'th three est me ons 4nd-,
yliand.-on.ac.
;;PkI tiid culture Prof. Sfkrn ; danger, of, mutilating theyines, which f9r shipping' purposes it would be sa round' or slightly oyal,
h' eni- -to rank Lord Bacon, at't'4e head, motopdAight ki, A-Aark-.,.gr en;j rind
_.hol& them in a fig, t thin .:butlfir And...tough-' said to be A
wel jndged- ed,' y, Kolb, Gern' ugus
arm, ight,, sqndy., gard' I brace ,% with. their, tIepclrils
"Y flesh bright re4),,4oE0afuedL disturb it ta snake, withjonds' '- Jumbo isI melon's d rather, than, risk,-- V
inuch - t- .- . .. I ing a. yiiiq, f qualitygood;,.a, light co orcd Kolb
more exac Ing in would be5preferablelo.-leave t rt1h None.'. of these: are
Gerqj,',all Ut the,: rmid, WhiCii IS tq
0. ii-%ave t quality,, but ... ... 1,
p, a r ii cul -a r tl a n t h k A- jtie ',iiielons i -it out"- bel firs ---,they will all '0
CrCUm a4h' ithiii-for theater variety- late
U, --no, I.
-tow,After"t
miles 'a d sel
we dsi -hete.vand there. prove rather a san MARKETING.
_14qons. ollow melons, and At 'least q 7
C e imp -su ject' of mir
seasons mtI benefit thah ,. a detriment j.'since they hav krtived.- rtant: b"
p. ar melons,, mem
_y rokiis6r 8tarnes saye,that-ilike.
land, s.I [ev bied.-io this cro ,nt: thewinds,.fro Ql,.,*Mp ,:ppla ld Or, P is, Ugus keting
ta- uggrlo af, AtigtistaJRatt esna ey .. ...
Pi6aralion should be; lhoro gh, mattingt4e.vmes, k the'grApe; the, watermelon :muWVe
F6rldtt B 6sj Scalybark,! t d to; inarket, fi
.--:han- wee&;: is -a: ripe when star e or-.: .1
But bett&, light 't I ft
-pp, as the. roots caw -peas .,fo:i the e _b 11 id
11 1 "1 f'.- SW eth6. wil not'ripen-tip a, er eing --pu e
mcion., 'are s rface_-f6e rs, ...
,de sowing 0 Iieck::
F6F fAbfily-' use SeinincleL Sibl6ys as rt uy fr'uits,I*ill andli'k6,tli6 Mp 9 on is nece-ssary. acre- roaddastedjustbefoi& d grape
0, J brdaiig Gn
h- it cannot stand A Ion& haul in a'*a-..
har- cultivation atd,. p1bwed, Trium iiAbDarch an
amsay. e grown, earv
iowing,,-Witba,,' 'ut way",-Ior C 'a The bes p R kon;: Ti "triust b il
ea or is'purpbse ivsome
-g isP depkaixd must,.. be, loaded
moottling!tharrowgene a ypr6y, ji&ht, slow-gr witg:,; VaTiety, follb.' m orof. -Siafnes'. docripon 66 some: of-4 iI6 Y. Afieti e%' :,tb Padded, -with
AF d' irableAliat Pp9orwill or"'New Era. Besides
%4ffi6i t tisalways, es
t _giV lli known-As GOrgii -Ra,,, in
-pf-, cqw p S S. 6u are;mot;WWle hay' afidliav. glolstqrspI
yrecede li rage wbich the p as
-d! I carefully and have -each
the vines, they also serve' "t 6 'partial y tlesn'Akein, k6lYs, demi -Cul
j- The,--,rficher:,, the-, soil OM e rge -6blohg! Joad as'--near as'
f -the greater shade ns fr he scoi hing
111 0- 11 1 d I n
"-,,45bpuldbc'Xthe distanceIapart,,ofL6e mid-summer sun "and Are of, 1' re t Whfte 'flesh, re crisp 'Put tfie smallest rneloxis i ., ,the Car
-i -i_ 'gr2 A hrlie"' yet iirstibecaiise they can an
8 a iV of Y6bd iqtWity ,
'2 y 1,2 ee I e- 'nuriZ to, the'-'ensuing st d.thepies" JarI usual ce. emp oyed. cro ateyer i may e i d 1 y 1'7s'! -injured, -are, smaller
ss fian, the 161wy ones.
S.LS 8uldbie!'ap Loid 'Bad01 Jones, Dripto d) 10 't
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UPPING --INSEICTS.' :'-. ;":' cMefe -se
Dot coiicentr i ok,,cuofully into, 6: conditI
4l atid bedded on 6d ly-. a Jones '1nel6h:Iby,,cAI Lb, -th
jl -:' bl L ,
,6 'I the,'A46pinotc ? An 'iketwJ every' day.- ; 146t,6
L "Op''i from mature, The Waterme on ears its fruit di. ecti6iibidtight'to h of, lm
fi b6stl_ (cb .ajnp -,-fertilizer -js a -regtly 9n' h -never on its every f6att'i alrd Ito ,he'de weather at various pointsi, Ship w 6re
iISkIn6l For 'S. bf fdiWevi
d the it i hot
OMPO'4P, Q -is A c6ld: % ii6rtheAstirpifrate of later S, as oes in on ir6d'in the',wa mprove7
of .hcid ,-,P6 hat6 tbis-li6 bfi 6me eep gr en w gh; caused many, a Carload of j fine melons
grower make apraic- rhent. DJ ith' faint
Is tice of k; ia a 0 As qy r e en 4tripet." ;,-Rind, thic -seed dumped into, (hicago ,ri
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PIG'S F00Y 'BLOOb4flD, 6 to
BRAND BOI E;-$J- -.,Oo pj
afE Ib:-, A Sulphate 0if"To'tash
'$44.!00:: 1 quals otas.h (aqt ...
....... _1db ual),K-20,
'To acco
er 6:
-4 Made f rom,.Sulph te '.of Amnionig, Nitrate bf S6d&,',,Blood-Bo 4e
Acid P ost)hate and SQ il
h ulpllAtooupotas
7
--e Jll AO jbA,, a 81:1 ar
times., -.consequent y given in hi -1 -,t by 6th r ealls. wereiA.
1. ;, is vo un ar! teqgrap fi eejy..- h th s, e '6
B Q, ee apar
oi n-w -follo*gi.; b
-,bettertb ords-a 0;' a
iv Much a rient I hod it is i iot dlffi
the P4giA the.peas drill d _.No sigA4..of nodi4es
jjA 4ttem "The variety, of watermelon used d6i stan w y e m on see
.th -problem f by me I d el 4 u t'tO & w 1
o for lat6'k -,,"is the Georg w re to'b(eloundf6ri the roots.oi;eith- i ', R;
sifigly,,yn A-,
a el as never : ecome, a,,-c rn ,
&tjudiciou s y &lca6 h e
c ipg,,@, esn' k Mpg., whenabout
-tl a e-. The'p-_lapwhi6h,_IT
...0&& -lbodity o the zna Aet,' Atte-pts'h v-., r6ot.hi
be a reliance, fo this purpq 0 ows: e At that stag&,thq-,ig ema '. rl: aP: prepare 't I I'll ej,&giy..1
.on ,gr6uhd be6nma de';'bn--a -11
he-,p sma 'Sea e,,'toutillit li".
-one q -,wee is
0 bperati dur-i -er
fi t _iii rbugh Tg May -not"'iji'_, h anlufa:66ire of', cbn-l
'p- !,, i ,tlfe the ker iels in t
-up ons of w'i&the Am cT 'ean'
usual aY YL digging holes" buttt b" t there' begallt"- :make;&-their:
U is little pro pe(,.t
ditG owers' Union decidedly thel 'ing, deep' furrow' h o i,
"Most roplpqpt _e f their to Mel& t pearancev, .To.,'prevent.-therh ifr6rn
open s wit a tw qrs ever coming; in -his' "P
40y'ky, use sfabl manVf getting il mass.the'y
e llX-,:,th;e purpose. i a tangled
The very ear] -.3te ._mar- drill b t not too mile ral times. ln -: lfgust..
v aiRd fi h co";-'' 'th "While 'watermelon: lnowedbff sbve
ver wi see&tea '1as
01 niihg AlWa. b ii d they were cut''off d6wn tothe ground
ets ieldfhci bes _Prqces. two burrows an' eiVe 'till,
1,",Nepprle y5' eeft recogn as adomestid
pot-, made of water- time ows allo
pk t5 QaL4 b h d i j feeCapait 8 -fe if in, sp&ffic n I wed to:vilt-f6r several -da s
roo. 0 'izi 'tro I kin
_a r 'one lne to the sd -d am ubles;. ump and then bedde :
j I' Ie4Ve only _Y
ns may-, e a, rndCh'more:,,pot6nt an- 'd on.
j pupand.;aj_ d, jj elo ; li Lb,,. ,, ,r d t This, fall J agajri
39 q -it roW& an
gh sl or un- d 'set strawherrie on. th
Jbe, start&ff i ntlie! T ant -etween iSt an 6'uAhy'!A v-ai1Able. di andiye I t,, s ese d
e wit swel they 4re-166kirig
tun Ve y is'doubtfutif either.,-is,' fin Whtie-tli6,,.t_1,
une- c ltfvat
au_,.t e q, be, trans- 1 s allow.
-th on'l giyen-, a,, p ace ans 1gr
'Planted .,to, open. field h ew! th6y are looE .
th'e, plow to i' h. in -the United'States %6st
17itfi' Vln s- 'Mibn, inatd ed V&V6t, be
el t -' 'dgeriu' 'La & jL 4 b
],b __ T_ __ __, vine egi root ar 1. 'Tob'small heritage 'dfO su
0 e pq ,fnl 6f -a p&c gar
d:1-W-the juice 0 f th e m6lbh 'to deg'roWn this ye
JP ihjs IM(4y, 9P9 ay onl tis to'die around t d is 0 n I have1a: ar what f
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p3
y ones eas
hq,, P .Very-early, inelqhs-, that, w, ilY precr ed. 't6nd6i.if An 6co believe-will be -Just'Oething for. those,
JJI h,a e 1101nical:,. possibiliW iri
ly or preservation 'e. ho;, IiAve- small P aces an( are npt
-h k p ace, irCT dj
_p, 144 J ckt4rN. th-'ifiiihilfacture w
b hi 'h prepared toj tum under such.. heavvv
t d-- ce ar on'-cotton -see
ring ig prices% hile Ihe
k' ht'fi urns &rk'1in-coiorg]
growths_.,as,!vej'
f krmerits. vet eans, or cow I gag
91 ne me bns-on-ha d (J An jjj'4).
and,;r adily
-t At t tA from Xwo to:five ,fe6t
in en M It makes
_been i
Rsl
tfliee*ite p attempts freqaentip t, u.sh
yite ornamental. It has
k,
did 0 'arly Ooniis' s4ylpg -fill spripg-. high and is,.q
t In negl&dd i made
in -to' t&n mielo-juice ,ffitoamar
11 iYot' compare ,wiff c6lla" il -whi, h' fh eyi-were,'s ore in ketkbib, Article; -:: of, viiiegalii bdt with large pods'over a foot in length an& 1,th6ugH"'hjg h, wl r 7
'e same cellar very s ig i is'' pr 66 Vve,,,
ss ."The-trofibles very
-the fancy-4i hich-thie,"Christmas ord6r that 'meaf ln; 4n -,iqq wj ear
,7 o gure w -succe
-wd _V1 w6ld "ll' li lit' Cems
f6fro'clori" -dmfii ai A6uld g' el Ii! is- 6 alled -'6e'jl dn aj4. f 6 e
c !One A Coldtth ,h f- tb bd tbktcomp e e -ace rm
I t 66: 46
A o raise me ons- t' l-, gti., M,
k4li irl 'appezt' do s:l pot takep]'ace,,the process to be a dwalf, rt of what is own
ran6e atjhi -s ascrn. a1M I hi lia kni
as J e orse
_e ga V Call. 'ese fof6ned
e pl'46 that. i: they j can say 'Is
I
p t their
-TJsL,;s.. uttead _y i a -s Ages of
tive--,1erm!ei:itatioji
wbd1d,'4je'in. ab6u U demand ecles o
P
Afs: 61jjj p6jljffi Of Jul growt yen'; ''h "d
as overco ji a "t d tops a
_0iYStarnes=_,has, the follD which -0 -course -rdinous-:-,to p
--b VrM9 -,,the
Aistu8sioli i bf b'666_H16 b ost the-. roots still
ut, -strange, Ao, say ,#e publc b T -1 -. 2
uYs Jnteresfing y
th M the uses of
at'-enorl t d J- d R N- _f64ned
-witli ayidity too Land he remained
fo6l'for':tatt].6 4n&_W'ine ive; an n w y',
-considered. 'iWu &s 'tkef6un&:, Ma-liY, of1119,s. PPC it. secrus -,that late naus&be -,essentia "'thd w Ae e
wa te h -lie h'l' & ft6stive,.Jand
'I_ '! 1 1. __ 11 , Uy. alux
aii,4cmeye- u grew arger' an-ever
ry I z t;, as,-, nqt, proved of d- 62;, dohtains7 little R, tb r saw on', aqy,
strivii prap lure way-()f gumean oul-&;aChjgf
ment much m6re wort tic9 1 0 7
--_n ,16 .1, h nuttim dth&'I " '_ d k I
T ahyt ingbut,'. table q It:', exit: and appears- outhewhol _e
flj early. ones etkket fbf tu brc es.
t ?t and be Awbeirath b "' 1"
I.,.,.- 1. lqenesps, i y; d ji Zr
'4,oTA4Aeiy attalnmcn are consider bly copygtq4 int6 e r a, I ux u ry., than
d but4orwhich --neverthelessitho I d' 'Right' a long side" -PI anfed kt, t e. il
-sirup, sugar or- vmegar z -an is usAn s wit
sa e time"And'
of hdilsehcild dtiri, gi,,,.tho..,.-,-s s*m 'bafe 4 ha&
ly'1eSS.jLT e
except as adi ,porchIDg
11 ,,, gest - s6m'6-jhPah peas'(&jA; bican)-P, Th6y'
V of Gwmnp ve, weath6r of- the fd'g days,' -qhyQugh out
Mr ll)avi&, er tf -in I -.1 1
stock feeding. 0
__Chine4e ieghi ekerh& of growth' 8r' fd'rrnf'fhe
th-e%,lebgth- and.- breadth j of lbe land;
ic6un -Ga -t s ho.te&jor the,, fine -:': (T dia j3W-ffi ke"ftb
d
Q (1Me4dhsijwhic1i-.,bb:uM n6dhle 'thatt e ',b6n!did_' LA
in" -as fare, mostmnfeignedty.
9,rk ts, alt i hi isf mj l n
11-9,tedt delicacy, --.a-d
&,llis -P dce s improvef"bf Ithe soil Is the % hdndsd me
as ap_ is sim lic ty
-g" tt epo or ye ow sweet
-c th e u e ilia. jan r a -pea of,
Valli d .1m ch ''A''k'Urri nb'6s Olarifs 'InA66ii
self. '_Thatdtwill, equally, pasy more highly ffidii jT 'm ...-itseRE tur F'alrm' i Wel,
eloii-, -T-jptuA 6 0 L Fl6i ii.a,-a:iMi .'M-illsdiilledit4'-,Whe e
"i' (,'41Vw-hweryL iti,,j5. bynQLSmeam ri
to,46 whiiihisjr A g -tV '
eqtiently,, atuit. ast spring in h, A f 0offete
expected,.ran&,there will,- b - I iC jte 'had had a row. planted formed, A_'Part"
doubless sir'wb 4 6 rai h 'An
yea s,,, e 9, my
6usly tqtb ',ill : Whefe the
thp ,benditlon een in a berries' or en
-many(failures an& disappQintmentsTjf .-i ,
An e ou a and. "th ffiht 'p 6 a g b aa' I g-r6'
at id r an sur- ts'.di d f- dl"': The-cucumbl
thn he -it t en ar th
5 .c thezs attempt td,-iffitat,4 hjq i4cth66. y bs wn eMWere
tend, f did n6t di"
I r the seed., -AV-hl e the flavor
But the fact r&mai e made,-n, 'tAikh- -T ii fl 1- t k'
ns,.thqt _h doe th q b ng ner t an any -6 t oor up,
A raise e,? _dried .16iffelj t' it' A a hi time'tl 6 Ifiga 'of AV66d'ffiafi lanfs fid'f6tifid-!i1feffi
;21*all 1. 10,ra ermu y :t s y
AtOmelous, aAq oil
-quite -pleasaat, -S6,far 'as it goes -ali fertilizer every year-.,-at the rate of
ltfie' .2'3d of' la- t 'em
J i5od .pounds: per j,,i mix are o his pl AV vl
Aquafi te, mould conqde.rrji 6 f - , ill sfiind c'uttingVt
tit 'j 'nSe6d J e hoSphL i d '. L "'L '
on -liot-sufficientIly pronojjil ced ..Lin c cot _t .11 ; fufhlsh A.Afie ar_ al,, p ate an
4111 =oasrbf Bufofd- A1111 heatedly it wi of 6f A
; 4 Iff t_,
ac eri "' 'd StC
la o turn un er,
t tea 7- indeedj.,qscapingj fi- T 'is _iicli1pl'6*v ,e'd up si d 'b lall""
Add;,,to, this the -up in t iree- _,9ouble.,9f ridged', -it _''(fl o t bed 'in -T,116se 'W'ho"' 65 C L p -, cc t to plaiif-iicht ,bf
tfi"A .' m6s6r ny other--:
c the hp*- thejurrow of twelv& I crd'
'the public,- a s a o-us and laborious in tse'u, cvv 1 y z. a nd -have, li
--ndhi tasktoo tedi to'Se 'b6an T A W' k '6rZ d uhder




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A Mir
should not forget, to cut ,it-',dOivn ,, n
;,A I 1 1. -0.' 1ion of ingrate. of sooix-to dny'plants, ,4 1, .- -,ttCy:'1ef6fd. ti'r4w" 'and especially 16, tle tornato.
e it wilt for several It.FR-I"U l 'T .:, G RO W ,,E R S : I
be more liffirt 'should t Z
under or,, them: will no e in direct contactwith
el t "lk or, ro6ts.,,, orjetdks C111CXG6 IL
one, All goo ARTIOUR, L,
fh' ther
ULIUS, &,'BAA LBACH. al I 'F ru h
'ra4 Bay, Ala. e -Zd S iota I 6S.
NEW: 9P A.
S OF L CST
T I I I : ,
T ., _"S -"D CONSTPUCT-110Y ONLY'k4 -SEP"ViCIE,
nijost, valuable. vegetable is a
Tomatoes-4 fi-Fiit+ -Wine Days. C It semi-qopicp and is not A Perfect Ventilator and' Refriger
'A, Halla,(4y,, .,th It d -a tor
-well7, nqwn ap -5qla p. as hig ly as.lt serves in igli Grade ventilaitedRefrikdi Cars, foruse without. !c9-,.furDisj1Qd
!; -acco, sp ot e Or Florida.,...T e. g. mehts of Piheapple3, Fruits I e' f ,,.Tr ck: in
ange1judd Farmer: 4ejj, enab es it to Wiffistand, he rainy ces
trAnch offi in, Season- at- acrdmento,, Cal--,- Los, Angeles -AL,, Tortland
-IT'good cro" sp h I dr" M,
ps.'6f any,,ki-nd wo to, be COO Y, ac -iNorfolk ..Va.
w, en. it. is laid in a 0 1 1 on, Ga., harlestdn, S. C., Jacksonville, Flat
sec-dfed begi With: OW ar place -,on ..s e ves unddr the. Ua
'ih lbiK If 'Y d. Laurel, Del. kdist6N ii ;m.a ., Muskegon, gich., Humbol Tenn.
ave only twct days in w icb to pre house, for-instance. and keep a sum- f iq
ity o extc ex.;.afid-b
-outid and put. in q, crop of mer., Ave rn
-y -gi, n9v
pare our t em.,Io. ,
oles' b n, J1
tomat -,.,'aH'means use a. day and Z ti iljstaiRcj!s,,qig, teen.
I qxqqptional' h ESTABLISHED
llalf preparing the' soil. Makeit iuQnths 'en'-in'illis state.. T e 'Wellnej vefize it.' & lt tii6yr
Ih -H v um1, iia
known, seedsmAn, .egory
going 9pgas, y9F -ponsCi0ce--.wIll wrii'e's- in'bur tra' H' ae-s:., Dger 9n
letyou and ibenh!arrow-so u, ceq6T
j .11- k k t elior 1 4
it Is,, we Down, A 90g,, njaij.e 4,
Tfiliedirt.ishimpy rell then har- ai ubbaT ssol ro ohi hi6gi M
men th the -H 'd 'in Wholesale Frnit and P dum 0 4ib
Th n T.
row- 'And just, before setting- out the
7eas ern mar ets are brought. rom, the a
i-4i d. 4 -P ck,:St
plan-ts,-go 6 rih-e land with a.weeder Wqt.. Exitmigatiori- shov ,thai the y, 3
N-6, -f the mast V-alidaible mArl "in 66 more,,,. nty-shell d' h forP e,, ai e e t an.1 IWWrite tencils iind reliab le m a r e a. ns.
yetinNd'rited. Wleavuthela'dim h seed
66th those raiiied- East,' -an(! as' t e :
77
and fine Ofcourse in a arden Ahe planted must all of i-t ,have originally
liand raie answers le -j asi only e
p rpose 10
from tli ,plana
ig come X13 ; 4,;
as the weeder. so,
tion.possi;bfe'ls t at on
If stable manure s to ,'Be used On THAT -THEWest they are raised at a temperature
the tomato et it' be A oroug
It lily :higher than ours, which gives them a
-:rotted Do. not, under 2 -Dearer approach to that of their semi,
ances,;u6...' 6iiteCif i iiianure. I !tropical home. There cann b-"
ot, --e n The L. B. DARLIN
PER I CIZ ER CO'
would PrEf& none at all. Whenever reason why-the. Hubbard should de- You- can
of Pawtucket, R. I., manufactures, the Dest, Verfili zer., able:-d4nu"re' is, i1sed it 'h 'tfld be terioraie -in qIIA fy e Money by bu,
s 0 as.a- pota Sav ving 6 ile'rt ers,orj,,F
-plowed hinder -,in the fall. It is the Aeriorates by running out, for One is ertim.,
lizer Material of'them.
practiceiof6&1great many-po;QpULto.d 9 the product of a seed and the other a
hole And -put-in. a- -shovelful or tw 'tuber. We 'kh-Ov tliat.- fru a#d Wavho e
--of St ble. manqf,.-thrRF,,- ra little 'raised from s d becomes mor liablei ani.d.'seCo-ut the Want on top of it. to-attacksof parasitic diseases,,a if a rank gr;j -- a lot of
th- of, 6ne and- ua y ids out, o w le the old
en tqi e w wa St. Micfha ds :
gre es, ar nfe d, this pedr'may.b6Aak6nd-kn
method ple h is
-will be stire to igiv-ejerfect exam but the, Hubbard
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expert mente w was in
satistao Q -7 1 1 'd "-itli certainlyl free frondisi,'ase.asli
many kindsof !$,rtilizers Jor:--tomatobs 'the early da' and I can,.,,, therefore
ilflL-'xp 6 ii me n t i' 1 8 ys, ,Cg
aDd am st ng 11 up 0 :but infer that its deterioration has been
the, presei ffi n a]nd'wit caused y admixture with;other Is Strongly Cohieentrated, aniU.wheit
9 W my, present Unto& W 7'jii e 49
knowl6olk -4, -,k f It
F qf th!k,,, il tter, 40W 0 tlep a al change rom the.nor-, D i ikeeted' gadu,
nothing th# give as,.A-Gfictory- rj '.jj% by- r 'n' robkbly- th'e:-Ch'eAleAt')U -i'
onti ued sel6ction: for"
-resultsas, the following which has q alities- only., This has ti e In the 'WorM
PT4294, as I '.'as can. be learned, by..the.. S b
'b -;suppleinqn.te ectsoff,
9 :-, 1' :h
the arge t cr6 Pe I-- -
matoes eomj eing grown un er a temperate re ur- rid for! 3 T
ars'.
grown, jft, r,,th e plant ere, setldfIng thehundred years it has been ha- '6f' completee :f4ibp I' 'd E
good dft j "h bi I"
rig An muc e ow
t t j e Lth- - 9' '9
po a o manure was sca tered about:th atmz lbf the serciAropi-cal-country to H B. BEA-RuSH -,GeneralA t'
uIg that, it, did,, ..,nqt whickitj 'M
Calk e- C Fla.
9109
t h er I stalk, -,th'en' Out
j t eaf or
,0, V el he- Hubbards yet remain our 5LUG D w K5
Eespbonfu!',o hitrateofsu it And standardwinter squash, and jW"Sold by Many merchants,
T Qd arge-' hafidf III_go ioid*dod ippcb,7ill its: yieldand (jualit to r cpp:l-.- HANKONVS SLU&,SHOT 16WORX
...e Ij
ashd s- YeTqt FISHKILt-"dN NEW
pjj nt, mend -it;; -HUDSON -YORK.
"and the weeder run over the. field.
er sports from 1 nor crosse RWYENCE. 13e rtdeouf 0
L ij'RFECT FA
'This thoroughly rakes ,in the. fe rtifiidr., tweeri it a 'fie oi 6r squash b f Jaa
ly amimled galvanized F;toel wire T" And
The same -was r-4- fost,-After h t s: 'd tly fronf the.
A*ccojnve : oJ ir ttoin wires No.-), All ifth4r wires No, 13L.
iT-his tm IVe, use the -8 r o e 8 t
goa ent em tr6 'ics" t 4 later day, we find A 9 tay w I r'o
fqnce on thq mark ot-lieuce
gave not an exee$slVe:grow. yness,-swee ne! 7, 9
'but the la th..of *Pi, dT t 3s And quality which - a U 17 c s gtlLan l'!ddia.
g 2tqrq -of.,.,z;JN t, .exc ,e,, opj toes r6 mld'7us' e -of the
t tA e ellenci s 1 Our
ever -06vVn,' or a cas 'i R' NOT
If0st I Htbbar of"forty years AV c.tt'cl fea Lire Ta
me ripe -THF MEsH ARop, D THF
haveever, SHOW5 HOW Tt E MADE? I ented,) r; l)r9YidcB pejE 99t.
t6matoesllb "the',bus 1 4 -days t at all te erhtures. Our
Y 7 Oamiiphor. expawsJon and contractlouandLkeep iCtl
t
"Cjx f bt of CeDee is,
he- jrpe the L plaW were set in We offer-foi,.. 1-111 lo Knot being uniformly distributed thy ugh c4ch f
4une delivery fine pbt ct, the-same as lacm gona coilrof a -s I tLIT" Prlngdh eveTY f,00t
the grotind yaxlet 4 teing th 10,to. 12 inches tProughcW-utthe erity r e length'qf really str6igthe'ne grownpliuits- L high at $4 fq)nc l I !Ies K, StgYL
Ing It Oux Loop Unots make the fence plainly visible and impossiblejor! w J4
CWL Mpena These lantS were perr 100, $38 per '1000. This Stock i4 ... will turn an hindsof
'p- 4 61W or It IS HogLtIg1it-HudBuU s ck xipqut i4given, clean culture, a carefully selected with erence to its jbrj]gtjmM.
_jjOt ity 'grQw e Where introductory order.,
raq d th? th we have no agents W liberal
upin,,anym4 -Reliable farmer agedis w logue'and Pr CeS.
806dL hAVjD gbeeD taken 0111Y fr antad in every tojvnship.-8e'U4 for cats
Oin txees ]ME
nnot c6inmend t6dhigh ly,tht which pameuninillre4r 1?LTTSBU1KG,,W9VIEN
-through tlie,.cold
uEe o .rn TA e j) h grmvA. to- if, 1994.95, andr which show great rapids special y -an s is used is gowhere-L or grow This Stoek I The joDgz,.4roug1lt At For -Mea iy ere irrigation
t6 nting or grove prcj e6tion I ih idly Ahead, th'16ufihlng.
Ing is ClesIl ItinUds Urnbroken. Truck, planted
L, hen us t dra
ed L P n I. Do I a&
L h
br'for: coinn ercl'il .' purpose, is, in fine ii6d d plants
1_5 0 it itior IDS 'C
10 1 on high: porous. soil$ is.9 surtexiog Intl
pqun sp coud it reaction invited.
Vj6d, a sh e* the tot
oblinection. tfi ;'V Th Irish potatoes" exceeds L ty lerk, A
W 6 Also offer :a flue stock of other e acreage In- up
"I N plaiits,.-shrubs, etc'
fl I for, Flond All fo Ll u.t -thgyieW may fall
4T Y totn4toes-)vll q very aplantm rmpr y a., 4 een having About', goo
'Jargely' increa &"- arger -quanti tyL 1j8j-Of iO',contaihe& iii
JJUStratL our -e y, -below. -,qrange trees plapte Is
j or 9 p an.ting is p e y we,. yoqpg,
i ed (&A orjue of 1898. A
ni ra e 'will increase Jfie,' 'yi&ld jjj j_ 9L, t r 9 0 1 C6quina.,T)i een
cOPY -finislied with -a :g ;sfind' =4' w )e sen -you oil appjtcati6nL- L ppe pL worl has
it, pt ar-1 e e pcnse Of the net l IDIMR
Lt-,j'rui b It Nhere the was i,,well -broken, it attended to by his sons lafisrs.
vf fi THE' in Ad
C"F O P'. 4,H oyerL the #q4h rt
"4 K *v 'T *villq
le ding
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1-1- Ida Labor Jo ",.- ", .,.,-.''.;,:,:,;-., ;i ,. -, 7 I --'. ',q -----a pli ai- -,.'', -q ... -1_1 ,and, next -day there -was cheap, fish nicely .,;%I,,- :-- -'. .. .- I 1. ,
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'1- ::,-PEMY shall be Jacksonville, 1, 16-rida, but it ing agent,- makes the work.easier, and skillful economist,, absolutely no mistakes ,in branch offices an(i agencies at I ye : z
otgestablis is more- satisfactory in every way than Shorte t Qdokest, M st: Iftrac
places within the Stato of Florida. Ter e,,made in cooking, she had a loing I ,.S I 0 .,
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-i 1. I -t ings ME -of.; 'iiia' le dishes at her command I 1.
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% I I transacted by the Cqmpa I 1'1)6,the print .1 --'! 7 -- housekeeper did'not'bave the -advantage rl I- I ET'NA g] V , .1 .. I I ... "I
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win owpp iss&e, a h FL iTOINT S A'" THE NORTH ,-T Ing, publishing selling; aa!-8vea1dirig of neiv ,Y, To clean IX A ,
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papers letq ; fterlciolic i]R, fand genera l bdrA,,-)-Uifi -*Afm Wat i,-, W h'f rn'i]25 I -,.,. nzift 11,
i ii, greatest econo y in the supplies offered I I ,;.
1, I printed mutter; also the y6ingz, selling, in I
jeasIng and morti; ,side and 9,jitside,-- wipe I& M- ; and, b, _agiTW of such real and ,per ,, .4y y, garden ,and, poultry- .- -, ,-,.
,, 80]Elal propertSqO .1 ,- lori4a Tonhal aud'-TeRiflsular- 1.11
may up ljqce sau t6 --q F q -.
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,sh4 Si ... I New-York.to JacMbnvillo by 1
,- -- The capitalfsto-Ok"ot the-. C6iji a11y d:n T plt ,, 'z6n I&I wa jie in 2di swoll the, farm receipts. ,, I ". .
.. fifteen hund ool dollarsf- dlyld:c&l, in fo be f rk 0 e -Al fr[441 bousev i h--', N. -j k '
sixty -, -, orl I 'IT, any ves are furnish da Pennsyl- dula'R R. tcrWash- :
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_' -'r ,- pershare. ,Said stock shall br3 paid for as fol -impuriti6s-frolufl, Lrn'.- I -en( NoAhern c6tumbla, Florid, cfentrIt & ,-: 1.
To clean. marble .and r6move dirt lies at a cost. of-$I A per week for each I
11 lows: Nino hundred dollars in, cash as the I ." Air Line. Peninsular to Ml principal : '111
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' Boiarofbf-Di rect 67,s shall call', for the same, I ;iiiU dig 61o- itioiis--fr.bit!,bras,,-,, -copper hibinber of-the-family fdr better thaii- : .. :-,, ,i -pointsin,-Florida-.:. -,, 1, ,,I ;:
hundred dollars in type and other : mrany, others at thre'e-tinjea th a-V amount. '-, I I -- J - I
I 'Tnat6tisi of:the Valit and',' herim"J"J"eiials W 4i out. ih slightest: 1- .1 I Cincinnati to llarrinian unc
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L I ., I I : RT LE.IV. .1 I T a I -1 I int.of I iot I w ,. aten, Dip a small brush I 7 ll]lel .FL;, villuand ColumniK by South- I
I I gepous foods givin 6 arid: I -1 I
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.'-- ';. The-tbrim of Ithis corporation: shalLbegin. -; i: -, -- 'z, 2 ., 1, '. i 1- ern Mfflway,' and Florida -,. "I -1
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-, ,, -:- ,I with the issue of letters patent lond shall con- int' t iana:, niiil'icieiih :then iiiathe &arbo-hydratps, supp ving a Or'L I CcntraI&Tensnsuhvr- olum., L .) I d;and:L "" ';-"'-, L bia to _SonVille.L I I
-- "Unue for niiaetyv nihe yetLML L- ;,---; '- L., L, :: .J*aol, : -:'._ L L
-L L- L -- ving her L husband chil -11.
_L L Oi and 1 qlishwithLold flantitl. The Ie t andLLLgi 11 I I L I I I.,
,ii _; ,, ,, ., .,M lCfjLEIV.: I Iron h Cincinnati to JaAsom .
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Land noogft, Southeri R'y to vqr 'L
conduct byla alabaster,-Lor, bronze .-ornamentp; the dairymen term. it, lbalanced"i-a-' 0 1 ti
boar(l of Tv c-dire-ctoi s, a pres- rinse lions ? '. -ba L L L.
&V 'i- ; '. It is L. a d economy to, fail to IL 'L Florlda, ette, Florida Central & PeninId lit4"VIC6 pr'd 46tary andtreasu r6 I c ". .Z- L- -- I 'm t F i -, I 1,
Z "Riqertt,, 6br C11 "n d d':' ry:Wi1i"sOft "I L .& t I -to ,a-Ve. MuLited. %, sular-, o.all,4
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h' stockholdersat therfl .ktmeetAnt,An July, I provi O a generous e 8 : ' -1 -L
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V 1898, arid annutilly'thereal outheL St -"'Ion- An excellent sbapii! .!made by dis- to adorn the person or make a display of I L 3:1ingaS 'City. F I
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Kansas ( .tWj
da !; -e of , -'-,-,14 ,,Iiy
-ih luly ba -,t ho-ehold-furriihings. TheL husband: z 1:, Ment
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1 as director) and said 'directors, at their Oolving three oiinc phis R.

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--,- in Vhl* and father, Who provides t th Birmingham,'5
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66ting' thereafter shall elect from eir i e soap in wo, quar s -for L ., L T to --Everette,, Fla. 1. L.
,- n ident, vice rcsidehf, ad(] see- 'L table is t I I A ro e I .,
C- -1 T '' L' ,,(j h" & 1)" L supplies kiid- 'fad to I I 'n e I Pen, ittral I. .. 'L -d1iberkprctii L y r insular to all Fla. p6intA I ,
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T- t.a.Ttviual el 6c- bul L e re ults, either from ignorance of the viftfl -to Juc -scinvifle by I L
,i- tioiA thej3usin6ss oflthe c0i OWtoL L,
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L, slaved fine b f9rieL 'i inz ,a d properly prepare the foo _L -por tjjoti'Sball be e 12 L ''. -L ta ir. cS It ort Lin e to Du Q Li o in
I condii6f6a 15Y Shiuu l 11. Coleman. president; I I .. I L
iL- -Latii0n, vJc6pr6sldent -'ah(1*Doly- '&iiiiiture"kirred until th-6 soap melts. are-tiq furnish it for the 14kble and gpea-'HoUl Sp"gl9i I Illinois CentFal to Holly 9 ,Ts L L
I Edward W t 'r ,
,, L "t- '-AdUte.-L n Ra H City 1,M e mphis &, B r- I ,
eii;tr D, Xqll rty, eqretjary--tp urn ,,[I I -.lff .'L 1.', 'w a, froin the table unsatisfied, is pret 'irmingbam, So I~, L I
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17 c; i ario]-Capq si* .- ful .,ti ,, I Ikeiy, s.eph: sWaction for the'c4, iQ :" L y, Everette and F C. u L
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-- '"lighf: L L qd' i 't '' Y!6fi'df O t water 6- , cotics or Wilafilants ; k :, L L L I .
r, ,;-',LL L g ,,_a o. 4,ga L'' L. )f th6 s bmaohin'nax oux City-& Chicago to,, Jmk- L
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L 'L _:"L 'R ETI I 0jdSRdS,,.'an&-w,, -used, which often ends lit'a diun s home I C.L _a to BI, I I
11 I I .- I A TICL I Aony Sp gs SpIgs K.,
-- jIghts8f &in6untofijidebted 68S J rnov S L I -s not knowing ther L 7
I The I I n or ii or_ ;cleanini-wood4ork-re L finger and the world L wonder Rol'te' ,
1 1 bilitytowbieb this corpnration Loan. at, Oy rii4rks, and ot L ber soi e d Ia les, w I ithqut cause. I I I 11 I 11 riffigit am Son R' to, EV I I L ; z
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e"'SU Rq' ,Wp I 2 I L who I rOU o W] ough sleepers I .11.1
1 The names and residences of th ,shi* 6tiL cloth and matting, I th thr
I b Lcl, I -, ''.. ,; I Yin& church d' bene6lent4drk, con 'jjjj6k9b1vU1e
'i 161 - eA Vetween 'New Orleans dnd:;:
-- I IOW -' L 1, -- .. L. -L "I'his sQap. sed 'L_ ers to these articles of ass o ciatiori'arb."As Ifflit iidunfad d that, L
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iii, "' -4 J,,CAREY, Jacksanville, ., in' vbich Iblan, '00 ,-and herluisband's -hyBical condition is looked'' 0 LIP. C. & ."h'
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L LL t e water in ,v .Miles '61"triL "
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,-'- ,-'. L 'Pr ep ared food, to Tu66i*theL4trMn oxi B, '1 '
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---- -i ,-'' "' -1 L I both: body: and .,:' L - Peach a7zd StratvbWrV4;a1nds LL L, L, ;,- -- '1 : LL 'lf the.te nd offee cs li ave-,_ be- I ftjF LL L
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1. L -.'-- LORIDA 0 L" I 16pleBa" nuai I V ." -': ;' '
11- "L i ,- I U ) 1. I)UVAL. , L .,
,- O"TY OF T dt me discolored, fill, them, halfUll bf 'Sho "ig',La,06() , hate -Belt. I)Pte
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mplishing, more than ill J thc Silver Apri",and
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ore me a no Water, ia L L. j LL f'h* laborious 'L L I ",
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lic di or saidGgunty, auq Ftate, ap L L 'L L l -j,".
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L ,-' --- ,, weU ku0w4 aftdt k-L6,"'torti. t o IM -the- pe r '_'_','-'. -' ;,=. ,L L --- '-.-- 1 ', - I th'e 30 dyral)( a and :Reatthle8 the -Noted -Fis L
-rtf f L, f ed, 4ipe -dry, aud .JOU will.; fi n'd. t em as I soul of huspan
";' 80ES'L q cribeddnandi, w the I
-1 (I -he subscribe I .. h, ,- .", L L:L o -. L' i '--,h ds for, Ollagp, g ea f)Bt Vari LL
--' 'iforegoin &Cadia-her kejaping,. amdAhere n- as 4 s: Jim the best 14n
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-dr-porAtion, d Lqev- brig t as neNy.. Any,.kin-d-'qf-t' i 8510n.'L qy bf sells in the'State. Aml-abeve I I L ,
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Io, fore, mothAt they sub- '- ". z L d?- 'Z 1 Jarg3r(.mi :and L a ,.greater.,M Po]a8'!,, IL _," 'L R j ;'. -, L L L ,
sollb I t4o " '' -' ciean ,1,In or :1 un s ', e6iii ihe &on trai Idge iid -.1
( _, ame for the i ys,*,aml,-,purf q eS, jgran4e vessels may be L L e body.Lia Y.
'LLL -1 i L, 4L. L,-, ,; -:::1 L 'L 4 jhP, bility than the' husband. Th '' 'W here It Is 1H igh and Health ,,I- I I-'
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1, 1, Ta ;: t ,, ,., the temple of the soul and t e wi e is,, qT L,
a c 1 ,Ml _--,.j.,- j Prosperous towns fill its route and itolrers
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_Y' I) .! white man whoRe all .Northern mark .' .
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_--. ,roaches etleS in' ,Von 11 or the best.rnapof Florida (sen L 1;
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scsj Notary Public for tlib"Sta Uf'Flori a- as a the s and ry ,many alas e compelle(l.tq be ,bo, f -.,- , ,,and note the t6i s bn it'S'i ", L. L,
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"-_ Alderman Louis W. Camp, op our city, Reep -out of politi yQu,.aTP-9Ure ': ; : - Cotlghsv, --- b-etter --L a, I lo ger -bieri; _,-_.,;
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r ; Fln'' F0110,wing is t e p iysician'9 -certifiqAte. Pw4l, _-4t-14 fii- ", -1,
o ing;, tkq.-:q4o w ,.i -Askiffig A* Aq." r tb I W ] fhfia store' S6i&fbr frde- xilustrlit d R= -: I L
f ,, , di., - I., 11 Wchard Pro charts GraAer Stf6e I en I _,
11 I "bl l dwulsik' e ,6 'Vop' y'r-- i' I'll, I 1_ ;
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,- as to Mr. Camp's present con tlon.... I I hie_ d , WbwARD R. TAY OR,'CICVeland, 0#16. ,,,'
., -:, , -1-1- I 4 I d b' 'Biel' -eguiar Y 'license ,p an of ch
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11 ..'am -in gx perin LpOrterS Rud'de jers in Flo pjeld and by S G.1 80 "", A
--- 4.. I tjjjjjj6n_1b.,l6ts supplied
-1, I% in in, aualy-019Ahe sodflio 'rag es, clo e"r, b ibsj-seed'po- ,. ,
t" r .__ -County 1 1--ha*'d .
'.Mnwmb NcD'onotI& Y u rdeii seeds '(, ng; j p _; :. _' Z: " ,
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--- 1-1, vory rccaiitly examined, Mr. E. W di I call .relat Richard Frotsclitr. Ordi :111 --,, '. _. ."
_,_ ,-, MP Prof.' L P. Robeit.s,- of' Cornell es pfthe late I 11_ ...-__ I ;:. % !..-. ,'-- .
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wq to li -g 4 TaIL-p4ysi( al conctii!6-n,,,gmd ,,4uestiOfiiDg _jhc L soil 'and 1' eedln I I I __ 1. 11 __coi ld bp',de- Vic 1 4endforio lkete. : 1,;.: .! -1 : -! -:;-- j Qr'i ,' ,' ', %, ,
find lbe same to bq all that SP06 ,tUal9.,,- A, -r! I I its-, I 'ne p nd'i I., I I I ,. I
1_i? sired, ap'P",eAif and diges ti ii- 66a,' 16eps n I sa arallela' fl .- -,, .. _..- I I lort .a I ''I _4
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Ing cows", to out what, i, ration., they ticed this mi tho&: d " 10; ,', : : _. ;:.: .
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jna goodphysical'conditi jj'L '_ 11- ;!- y y,, wer Ad a prcsum ply, ,M I ,
:- needed. TI filizer with ayesult ofpliOn6giollal 9 I 1 _Pat ":j ,, 4 z ,- : ,,:; :_.'
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j', : fullration. Then'-he-haT"ai otlie'r quart 6fthe golden globes. it req-uires 1ntql1!-- ,-ang-6s :1 __ I ., ...,.":, _: 7
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W-,- each cow,, and, -8 .- or c 11 .',
r- I r ih 8 rr trading oofd ii Y 6 h ar, r ults, stilt 6thercauseB enhancing I -1 11 ,..'' -...."', L J., ..,.
__ an work hard, but I got rested by help ali6ill6r fe ,- cow're'd6iV6d' or.bad reaultH. "It'is. the desire o, he. :,
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an -an bef6ro tb6ught I pip ., -'They I --- -, ,- -q-,:"J: "" I ,
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I cues cash in 9 .sweetest-,-- ut I L 11 1. yl a
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pan s pro uc V r,, 11 .-1. can'.
;,- 1. I il E; bcal fair boar b'y-tbi,,AImeri
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zl- : advance. No diwount- allowed on, one s can-6. Bottom 'land uce: t h c they think differently., Not onlyla e griculturist. - V"()jui'a,: is ,, reported
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1 I- -:, - -0 Xnaubsefiptio (exceptinaclub I britto, - : -- irg L .' I '
4.1-1, -, , -_ heaviest 'yields and-the ut totaff S "-I , b to -Lcr
?-: I all agents Kjj=ral ca h c ommiRsibrf ,will L I ome Wless cow oys cut Pleces-also to havc
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1". ; r'ty acres of wire fence, ut n I 11 ""f e, -111,
'- ed product. 1, -- f6 b Ow ,instance i6o l),Lishe ,,, 0 t e acr
%, -- aflow6dbnall,. snbI ls'bbtain %,( L -- 'L '- L I I I I 2 1 ,,
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-_; Ph- i purities-in, anejuice are comes word that ; the cattlem ell --- I n-a, r San, ,,'' 'Is.
& themi,,.' WrIte fm erms., I -1 I I '- I the cas --OI light, Sol,
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g -, I, ,- To eVery--ffubscriber-rn V or 61dtcmit- chiefly phyr ical'and, may be removed' formal, ratified ain-dgreement-witl 11 I
I I '' f e wire-grass,- region _"' le -in-,
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jF+-r, -- - ting us $ 3,00, we will send the paperL One by-thor6ugh straining- -or filtering. the )representatives o t e great la I
1 I I I n I I -- I -, clues a large 'par"t of South 'aro Ina:
KWJL -- -- --, yeg', and, a copy of-Rolfs' Xegetable esl w a ys I
panies,,the. ,Assoc a e Rai -0 .
I,, "- "" L I I I ii. Dry Spanish moss is the I b com I i t d ' ;1' ,dnd n6aily: the, N ,hole of- Flotidii-,"f
I~ -- li S6 ith -Jor NQrtherm- "
I~~ Gn3wing til A e' t --r, --- "' 'd ij rfjS'4' ' r ,- 't
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known4il 'nice .an a e- Disston Land- -, r e 'c ( u I'd
'.-, 11 I- I X& k4E t j)ost- 'd For two ,new sub- 1 tm f I or -cane-j L-ndI)epartment, th I : 1. 1-- ,
--- I I pal ., i ,- ., cepin
11 -' att $2'00 each '. We j -d results 'in per or nd well-k i I Company, the -Okeechobee Land Corn.--- bring tip th i i .
L4 illLsen 1, I ,9 ei ratia 'of product
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4md a copy of Moore's Orallge s I 11 11 I lo 11 -,ti -a, -r 'have decided, L, ",,;']"-_ yrup, and -li-' t-co1or 8&Ary su'aar.' -,-,, p d --othc that of"the rich' alluxials -of Kerltuck'
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7 11 CeB sh6iild be made by,che6k, L' -d I II %'-- 4 The ,first, f6i:puri tion excppt I v s enc ,running I ,
-- ,I , i - _t,,S are esi e., one, di i ion f e I 19 But tich lig -' li h- to- L
11-ote, m6ney-order, orr ter d. I tliel'-L!,- _f -, 4 1 1 n gllf.b'e', accompis ed -,
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-- I T 8 ,- : fying -secondj- L hing., ,, -,-- arross"froin- the St., Johns to the ,Kis- ,''
4, I ,' ', sii ffie present vie s o
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13. SyrupW 1 s,.-perior app a ,,,,
1 I e fttrrce I 1 -- - tlfc South; we oelicyc that the averaue, 14 ,ad.. r i p:g 9T ,ap lidation- ( - simmeexiver.-', I I I I ,I I 1b 1
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-flav6 n ',IJ'6 madb'-' o;' c ffunigtanc6 in this cas o -'f ,'qy-'er3' S K "-- Statpi
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'r" _, 11,1- -461 -d'in Texas,, w f diture for fertilizefsi The, pp I ,
'Gboddomesti -.', _st I all here encIDg, .eX
11 : - 5. -- "-,? 'i,-, -- ,-- I 1-4 ' h C- rSugar ,may I I pen I
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li- -1 -' -ickf%
-, -L'- made b -sinipI6 ome meansand.i J*1iaSLDeen a6vocated. dn'the Westthe cation of large cjuuititie ,' 'em ,
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-- I LEConornic. Suzarcane -C4i re. I I. --- -1 L Ir I I_- 1, '-, 4 -- -1 marketable at fi I cattlemen fence their own lands; in- 't ,
,,- I I 1-17 L -- __ -, -a T)ro t: I'll, ,
--i7 F -- r'1-1 1 - I zers ,, on the Co Ln "' crop- ,is no I
t' r Bulletln-'44, of the FIbrida ,xperi : -, -- - ,- : 4 till I "'-L - I h, t t But deCLf" P' -_ --, I I 1,;, 1. ,, ,-,,, AjOsceola country they (ence other illen's, L I 0' JiigLdud j11'.i', -CULTIVATION. , 1. 'j ,Pra table.f-L- ,ill'entStation,- writtetI H'. E StoC-k-- -6
_;i -- -, I I I I I ;1, .,-, 4 lands: The lands belong,,, mostly t ore thorough c6lti-Nia'66n, 'will - i'-; ..':
-e ;, -btMj ,th 6 A i -ultU'HS- of the Stat ion, I .... I -, I 1 ,-- I tj '- I I 1-1 I ,-pay.,
--- 1, 'The dIipth aiid'-fre1q)uency A c th ud every time. I We believ'6" that La i&
-,,,, -- f ,L -_ I I Illti -t e compAuies above ''named, a I
,5., 'o i2h --" ' ', '
,,, 1- I is 1 'a '- c mpr pensive -summary o I 1 4 j
4 ,,, '' -1 I 'I-,- I ,47 vation 'will largeW ceutrol results.,, To,. fen cc L s were buil t w Lithout their Con'- -'6orn the cap acity :of' , "
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9 es, ,covering A nit ,an c I e y, z t -1 -kler Lavef
It "L" L I- L. I I- I -, I-,' ,-- i 11yY, y e- 'principal reason for I ae- lea
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-toLS -at e e I_ -est catt e ow ners I in I an, ','Age in the-, ort , i- I s ,,t I I' t- !
,, ,!L ,:, ,,,;roAI yrup.' lt -is -written entire y De.rigoroiuslydist d.and be 4 arg 5 , !, I I a '-N ortberri-l
L 11, 1'- - ' -' -' 1'j' 1. -. L "- ,-. L "I "L -- I ,e ,ort',W
ffoi ,F"cIiida- standpointn; primarily SIVely -LSUpplemente& e ti's6
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f, s tarvejout t e,,' itt'e' m Thee, ro t-IE I i '- h: jw&',
I I I L I I 1 j ". f, ,-_ 6 f'. L i 1 -,4- -I 7, _ 11- I L' 1 ,farmers break up'their lan'd wit ,
UCtign of, SoI t ", f-1
'-"R-'filoin,-tl e,'standp oil.it o ,a.Trod'- f6 I, a, tooth',' cii ftly jat6r.', -,oIxn en a I In ost passesbelief.-hol-S,- Llows '! 1. -d' I - ,
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cI sgpp ies or fi- -4 -, i;'d"" ; c a ge 'L -on y
-,' ,,,,, t .... .... -f ---,-'6& a yaritage,are secure yt
,,, on L_'- il L L 1, I I Tl -1 1: ome conSum 'T$ 'e-y n6t "' lj;, refuse i& pay the com ken emlly done -with' one-horse, ." "Th,& ,
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'1 -? "z 'uj Jmp pment; economy Tanies tell , .,r y c r, Aqon 0 'a 11111 orro,, I through .' W r -" -ff -.thefr land, but'they"had, 'destruction- o ejo r' is, t eir Dov
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11 - .- ,4 ,',- I I increase 'Lareaw e v6fk6dJ f fl 'A it e h 6 r S' el r e a k- ing:,"in e an s-' Id,
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.UT-, iiia i f6f-Lt6";bc -sdtis Yit 'PWRer'e- -6 "I "' s. are involve tler *6uld7resort-to thef-,c- 11 ' , ',zb ', L 'L,, -, - ' I, iderl. 'that th I ontinua y i l b 4&e I't6 -- I- -4,, --eY I "
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-,yI.soi s 6 t is'State,
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11 r -'. -- - or or-:cane, t on 9 4 as It- rao ment't, e ca e men y elded,., L' ,and to b I reak themten inches deepthI I I L "; -T, 1, I I le, ,
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-- 4 i---F-M , , , --a ount cfi:jp&4t isjrl aure: irs ,,, exp r encedl'
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;a avail ablIe"" nis t dJre sectI th ,qrop i 11
I& Sbil an 'c imat6 o Flon a gtocki -6hb-eliev6,tbat",krub'c ttl6do *'little o*2r owneach year" i T, a LL* 'I' '-' f ultiv i , 2 ; d T Xy.
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-- 7 copcea inj t -o -*I'D :: -"
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'of A -, if- Pl. t I xem6 d1b the-fepce,rrlay L ,"- L t, I I -p. nt ,- -1 v ,,, airly.. e -- I ---- I 4 "' '
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-- 1 ', f?,L 7-1 - ,4 W SLCU 'fivation
_-j ",; Z" I I L I lie'--n '- - -, I
I seeu s entirely el 'cif tfi PT I 'it I : jS ', _-6"
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"I I 9 r ,ng I I 1 I L ,- -W siwn Li6 Biology, *is a scientific arilp. ;
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orl a,
green on the. foli TA 3U $:HEDi_18, ,4APPIY Fildidda, 8.60ito 100
with spray punap, keeping R*R 166jji D
well stirre c legftihi* e lbd-ik SI e S
diary tEt f
"StraiAerrie4L ri go or ne,
Lilt o -d' an up-On strictly, CqM.3n4rdjaI 11 's
0. C n, _0
cy,15t08 harlesto 20 to .30. StAg'
r1arkets.: Beans---Florida, green, 1.75 to 2.50i Wpa,'
T 15 to 3.00. Squash,- arath,, 751, to,, .1. oo, bdk,1.25tol.50. Cuembers,6rate,
-5.00. ebts Florida, crate, 75 to OK
4.00 th ANK
T F
loo, barrel crate 1.25 to 2.00. O igns,
AWD PRODUCIL' crato, 1.25 to 1.50. Tomatoes, ebo!6 to
to Nr_ 60
tancy,_ .00 to 2.75, ordinary, "T
Corrected by Marx Bros.
I.75.-,Peppers,,large green,
th 00 to 2 5
These are average quotation@. ]Wra choice Egg Plants, ch61c6 to fgncy, range b o x*. S,_01i6ts"thebusinesg o Mere an $-4 'p arlters' And fiiiiiiC, row.. ers
ifttchpitil7above topquotations, while poor to 4.GO, barrel 5.00 to 10.00. Lettuce
s, 11"wer All a ou A -h f8bnahiaftentiah. '*
alf barrel 1.00 to,2.50.- Celery, av.e kfts oil
stmwherries ...... : ............................ ....
20 to
6, Cabbage,..1.25,to 1.50. Potatoes, land a'd the -C6 tinenfzbqbghf and sold'q -v
= ,,per barrel ................. 4 ........... 445 a,
....... ......... box ........ ,3.5u 0 6.00 to 7.00, ,066nd siize 3.50
1 1, 1. I '' 1 f e
English Peas, dried,...., ...... 2 ; to r : -BRADIXY. -REDF-MLD. rills. COOLEY Ca! hier.
Pes huts, best brand ...... ...... 1
JAMS M. SCHUMACHE.R, Pin i Potatoes, .......... .......... bbl ........... 2.79
whippoorwill per bushel ..... Plff burg MArket.
C per bushel .......... ..... 20
Re Rippers piaiibushel.,. ,. 56 OrinOes I bl., ii m' to
Unknown perbushel. U
3o, $,6.00; California navqlsjbox 2.26 tbVfi; 81TUATIONS' SK
Black Eye perbushe. so P, les F16ridai 3.00 to 5.00.. straw- -CURE,
ineapp ...... ..
Browu 1,'ye ...... ............. 1, 0
Lad 1,5
io L se. I*rries, refrigerator, .30 to .40; crates, 'A S S '-i
011. Raii. Flori ............... crate.... ...... ;:25 ;20 to .30; Texas, .15 to 2V Lettifc6 j
A
bbl. baskets, 2.60 b
-to 215.1 'Bei bl. qi
Gmj TAMLES AND POU-LTA 2.50 to 3.,50; bushel, 1.6 to 1.76. Beans
wak 4 00 to 4.50: griben, ZOO, to 2,,50 Corrected by Davis & Robinson,
Tomatoes, %ney, 3.25 to 3.50 di
or irlary':
Yellow Yams, so 1.60 t6:9,50. Cauliflower, ffinc dozen,
........ 2.00 to 2.6() -. Cucumbers, pit busheli m6,
td,2.00
Lettuce ........ ......... -id, I .-to 15 to 2.60.P E I' t ancyj per dozens
-.0
Celery F lori d a. 2'.60-to.s.00-.-' ..Ca44pgei:l.26tolll.,50.., .....
Ugg Plauts .. ........... i..:, bX-.'s.ooto4-oo Jac soniiI16 IVIi.
.Tomatoes, 7" """'eFate"" r.roo
Pepper'.._._- -b
so 1. IUR
I -so. 4b , t %: I : , I.,
UZ -The. 1114g;Fros An Cithforinia"
putal" s, ...... each to. .10
J ers a 4 ..... .. li .3tO 10 Rp6bW..Di,] ath:,to-'-6he.- .CalifoTii&- 11nit
Parsley Growen
Green onions,, .... per'doz.'bunch' .....
s, tq..2s
;So Lod oTnki. g, d :j _gohliery,
Pepper,,hot._ bushier' I' th VISALIA; 4*6 i ,-,M
Sage lb
-Do 2.2.---imaThermometer registered _i8 Ae- THE.'G 8C H"OLOLS', OF EAT, I .i 0VT14 ,I
Roos erg' 46 tO'.25 -gree -a ove zero,-,pr 14degrees b
0 H E A R E S 7 'A NO E:,S- P
Turkeys, freezing point. Fiuii which esca
'iiio to'. 312
.,Stb other fro ts all killed. Peach, :prlme Send, for* :.- gue res e. L
Geese, 4-0 hoo'
Lee CS i er ov unc and apricot crops
Ic d ;ope. Nly.or.3 adtshes, ...... 08 to I
: 5 chardpromised to s fruit.
'cucanate .. &ile 2100 to 2.50 n
in il.75toi.oo enough.jefvto .ma e apie.
Sp 2ch, k u
_r bbl
CRUlfflower. .pe 3 ooto 4 5q It C oJ
bunch 1 .0 BEiR_ ILLIAM ;'B'O
Florida'Honey"... Bed n to 12 amage',.-biy' frosts as bee
..,New PotatGes..., ... .1.11 I V
00 to 4. 00 -the 10 s,
he4vy in a p2q r,
9u In t he
s, erb ch as heav -.but r ., "i dl r
22nd,- w the
spa" 'frost on al
y, 'dae": "S
ihat-date--did e orffiou's' idama to
9 J'A 6' Ir
ork Mar e't.,P',,
-NI6,W T %J tqh6s-andprunj sthai escape he,
lier frosts. 'The- cro .....
ear, p in One. or. '. 'St-fawb rrib5-- Charleston -fancy,,20to chard'in 'th' -San Joaquin valley that: Aiidle 0iii d Most Abltabl '$e edA 2
good to 6116iee'16 fair to good p 6mised,'4,ooo.t6nLs,.of fruit fia ,been
'iZ,15 'Flbrida goodito chi6ice 16-to 20!d. This is on y a sampIC',of 'the Hq Corn, U p'7 fl
jood, 12 i Ia.- -Ptatoe
9, ime secon&, 4;00' to, vast -amount of damage by e co
"a '.6-00 to 8,W Id"
6,00- orida', wr ell', hile. we, 'ill'have sortie, fruit Caftm -S'bed V e
to pri 0 A r k, ; 4
Vegetab 'Beets; Florida, bbl'cfat6 1. 00 elythecro p prorm es
o Ip arativ s to be
1 ; CrateL e I g te st Oki
Fl s' p TATE AGENTS FOR
to 9 00 bus. 7 ib 'Cel6ry,, Calia th h in. years.. A very., general
f6iniA Oto-7541orida- 5 to 60. Cab nvass "I eL
n be m d -the d an n
,gWFl4ri6,' Mto-1.2i5. Caul owers, _2, MW ATE SOD
er, ket2.00' to 3. W. some c le idea can bie-,g A "
Fi bi s ar iven as to
rs "Its di
b6i F o' 4a, '6 he si
ri p -crat& -2:00163.,50., -Eg r j tuition is very., isS to BrRoo-,, FeFtiliiers, -0
Plants, Florida, per or;An box L2:50 s
to to say -the 16a we hope
couraglng t;L
3 ,56. -16ttuce, on aL,-jVacy,,- al GVARANTgUD ANALTSIS.,
-F 'd --h f bar- for the best' but.don't kn goo( U LPHATE-TOTA-SH,".io W
ow ow
-2.50'to 3 00- p6 -1 2
f6 go6d", -5
0' and V I' bl'
that,.Will be.-,Calii rnia*,jFiuit-Gro ere
to, 2.20 Flo d a, Qi :1 ;,, A. -?ic -1 N I Ij Gi l
50 -'string,&1aus 'Florida, FMT]LIZER.
Wa'X,, er6iatO,,2ii00t64'.00,.gre6
lai xprei
Ureat-Fruit Losses in Texas-. 1? .Jrhes*Fertilfrerahzvenosu mna'A trialwilleftV
,2L! "to, rail 2LOO: ,to_ 3'00' 71,
ote imei '00 t.,2 NotL in, many years-h as the desf r -r' 1,
6 "bi Voinatoes; tion-of'a prdmisihg fruit crop beii 7
PH,, 6,2,00 W2; 5,.poor't-6, gp6d' com h" gr Iud!iihe -(at Pilot, Wehop
Pletel!asi-'that Which the freeze- of ot ers: had LOnl Point
J & 'ha
C, d As h f e" s li Iiia
NcH Mafch- 2 d and -24tl ere frozen black and are. jdea., t ere ore, ve, an. avera
I L %,I" t6' -the -28tb; have'been theagency. yet we cannot-Ttell w'hAt, is to be the cr Theonly cheer, nqt,
adelp ia Mark6t.'- fr'im. N6fth Middle, and final result,: We do& ect ji get comes libn '. Eastern,'.Tex,
ca IesjCWA J6.00. Strawber- orthwesterw'Texas all brmg the many grapes seas6h'_ bnlyL, Tew 'Whitaker tel i's us-: Smith,,,
ri6i :iop6U crAtce J5 tb-"221; -rbfri arne ,'un 'elcoffieL e
tidings, all stohe vines-that-w ere still, almost dormam, bav, :,plenty -of 4ftuit.- We, Mus 11, tq' 25,;',ii Pihba ppli 47.00 to 6 To-, -Oril Blatkberries same-go
anges !5 Peach'es" plums apriCotS,L etc., give a, promise of od-,fortuiile h a -,biee' -', YPA
81 0 th 6.00. -Grapb- ru t,,'per'bx. _4
ieS ir jta t '8Atd,10.00. Tomatoes O'b h "' rcely, an exbe ption 'lde- and dewb6rries were not, So IL orvi, rd, safed. to other
ON -jackFrost',!
ripe; 2-.25 td_3.D0, -#6e3II d din -T5' S fiibved:,Iihere -is barely a -hope'that a and bore the brunt of s at- S666- Texas. A'- later report
fo'2.25',Ejg Lrlp,,",r',*O "'-"5box-'3 5'0 few of the latest blo and tack better t grapes Ma es', ew- Smithfl- county, frou
SCj6as C8,Lper, bran'ge Oot '1'0.0 to plumthav escaped. Tearsare equal berry Was'just at the.point,.ofbeginii k4thex disturbqgur faith ip:ajulb jo
sufferers, but few Lescape Ltl L general ning inflorescence,,and. gives iprormsQ 0 examination wilil, r ve
V6W4.'004to'6!00.7' trj bbans-j, gfi ie nly a, later-ex
1.75 to 21. 50' ruin, Ap plesAre thie only-Jar 'ef' its of a.faii crop, though neirlyl: or, quite the .,final r6s J' aTTU a
carrier P.50 to 6.00. Peproi-s,,pei cafriei which there is a reasonable prosper t all of the -mosl:'iid anced" s" were Ra.Jac
'2-0- td 12. I tfu6e;,.: o jjda'ch td'f 6 i j ining'a,-partial, crop.' Many of killed. The,great mass 6f, sec6ndary'L
as
:60 laiH*I :. ;
1.60 elop4 ,and -thrtt t ousand pound
to he6 were"'still"'undevi buds,,appear, to be all e -Twerity
owqr r a46 ;900'16'4 0
-o, W c ) I 0 'nl'ybegun-,on' some varie- samemayLbe said of other dewberries. hqhfiSh wer '. d li ,ered on6
iii i green
L, a I it] a
7A --li"', 'LeS.-- rapi nd'Icops to t e Tam e.6
s, iha& pushe d,-i6ut,-, shoots The -Dallas black
--on G berry was_ not pi 4
ejori -50 -to go ,,.,. ,-w mabyvariefies s&dralinches'lon sufficee tly developed qhow, its*4iti p- q!,:,%i



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RAT and addr ss,, all rn It
fill wo
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i Oil p cents. & Vus
in 1z -for !stock
stock Of'CITRUS V EESI taken for4ess iiian 2 cents, -29 3m
-9 AdverWB !nl for this column M-UST 1 e-. re- Al
'i"ORVICk RETURNS AND PRENOME7 ING, JAFFA BY, B -Send-ho Atanips larger than two cents. morl fits, plant Satsum
BROWN, ,,(ear, T), TAIDIFF (latio), K at pro a, Tangormi..'
RU init, -am fiyurescountas one word. 1 3 a I emon stock
NCA AhdKin oranges on rougi
TANGE FkA ( le, Wash
PINEAPPL-E, TmLi -Brown, Pinca
RINLE, a 6 arson p
Condition Powders will make I pefruitL
N-Zvel. MarHb Seedless ra
LEMON MARSH SEW Wi LTEWS POMELO. T IL Id sour oriQ;
anS-anfmRl eat and grow fat. 8 f ='Fra cafemon and one
6kage by !nail, postpaid, for ge ,aud Trifoliats. plants. for prwesw
gavek lini'seryon reni4jand- -1 'trees sold, Havie probably three, '-T IELGHmAN,Pulatka, Flit. -Ceorj e ;,kinow.i-Eastlak Fla.
-&Usaind second Size stocks five Y'OarS ola, buds frona ei hte 'nches to three f6et.
Model Park 1-1114y.
u8t rl aU trees by Mpxch -Ist,,and,,rat -N6,,,2. - 11
herjh*, ant,, wiH se1l'aU
torsfor 8 ; mooth'Caye :, ve Theni.
iieQs at 12 1-2 cents ea ,, $t07,-f),,'6,r A-D RESS' eMquar plneap-n ne 0 range and r Pomelo Bud s on
pela. ts. 'Alsb-Abbaka and-Golden Queeri; 4,
-Orlando "rape an(] yrtI or ar'stoe I want to sell 2oooo in ne
'scount ""IL -URS1 R ',Ta11, t 0 udo, Fla. I A LAKF N
tkc I -- # f
MPA 7,1 d.klark,-Fla. 12-1-tf
jc iN furnish, now, first-:class bu'dwood-'of
VSatisuma and Centennial at S5.Wper 10N,
11. Friedlander,' Enterlacheii, Fla You hould !e
,twa-,year rJng buds
7 CIS , On 4 an
SPAN AR PeAn iftsaf $IN c bulafiel. NO Id, T 6-2nost profitable orange grown i,
GAR- WEED Pops Benj. N.
Brad", Rpntingtou -Fla. LEA Lakr Nurseri", Prifitlanq
Wu in Florid dunng the 8Lumme rainy 2"A
i o r a: :E if. o
nd youl sfi6ul&' V ,8:pounds .] er- ed. in*a obtain yotir sb Ir4it-oii& sw acre -f(jr, hay, C tea
Beggar Weed and
or,11fu led ngfrom thoroughbr
-&poun ed PA gprhatchi White,
or
Kaffir Corn. ifi g, B. P. Rocks, Silver and
setting I. $1.50. ,Xro.
I rk 6 C s :I.hn ve7a large stock of both the above aiid 'Go
P -40 ent P6r Pouiid- ?O'stpdid, ts :4 d Y La k 0, F4 a.
propose to give the people the benefit of low: 19 TIT
Toluli--Pounds $f 50 prices. I defy competition. W. M.-GI
E#rei s -br, eight.no ,,V OR ,IALR-t-Vuelta )hjo toba 66-..pla
t pmiiaid le -- an 50* ou u'd 6ts 25 , CENTS PFR to, Fla. 1000. Sbed imported. Bim"'
6UND jl p"A Wis ARd "than 100'4 boun'd8-. at 22f-.CENTS PER POUND T% ET BRANS for-sal'e-' castde,, Orange Con
Toundjots 'An&a'boVe, 20 CEN _P] R _P 'A $1.00'per.
S 0. B. H Florida,
K., nor, Apopka FIH
Ij b f
fte, ea Ii crop or onj ,qnd,,6 rain. "We have,
6fies, At 10,ceh per packet; 30 coulity fartus, 48,o
013ACCO FLA 'Vo L -- raising an
AFFIR"CORN i n NTS-Vuelta Abajo To acco
Wt -unds;$1,postpaid; ten p upd not prepaid, $1.60. 39o Acre's. 1 excellent for'stock
per plantstor sal
resjoprrunds e $1.00 per thousand. Post
per aerq, tobacecKrowing; -W B Clarkson, Jack son vi
graIrl -H M- & W M. FRITH,
Kal Cbru,,Lbut Ithsjurge V 1 1te Saiii6 tra,
Elff-CORY Sh !'A me, ess ex
Tlorida.prlce m Kaffir Corn 4
'C 0' 1) GREE SMOOTH CAYENNE PINEs, -- -"o -STINGSy Men -P, B CCO PLAN I f
& .9- TSforsale. 1,00-0,000ready p es rom Amported f tock8;L Of 'earS
'Al S ffl iland Coppins-OzODR, Fla. 424 carcfu selection- Every su 'taken from
ou ifithat baveproduced lexhra- La fine:
1B b, OVD.'-' Patisorn' BroNn -P jnbapple, E; A.,Peck,'Orhindo. ll
it gerlne $500
eer thousand.
::7- n
continuee iug'ard, iiarEI edlesa Gra io
iE,
,44, Ah"sanj Geo. E. SDOW, HJGTI; CLASS Thoroughbred Black Leghorns
U 2 A lj The-handsomest and much therbestla exs
A
Sh V lthe loghorns,. -Kgg
--h ustin 0 s4l: per sottlpg.
body, T i A N-T _p
AV d d RREL.makeB mcaji.ent sau(je, JAyVerrell, Hastings, Fla, 2'
f!ne Opce average, Ri ed
j j6llk,,brac4,b pe 06
XaaA&I- larke pfi Ion- centli,,-,jos paid;I:-- Be !GALA WEEKS
"pitpson-1 A-vot ark
en ISLno
"ib" 'bled
h t MoltQ
tke b t, k
a .9 "Dg L4 A nL. offe
,YS ,Sbflj 14 V., I 'M IN eaSonL r Whicb Will Be Ta en A&:
T-he'littl6 tu "Fo -the balance6L this Will
fi &d-to!116r -sh0tild 'theriet b&4an, tux"W S C. W, Leghorn, S.U. B, IMinorewor vantage Of by Scores Of SUfferers.
B-Lih shan, Eggs for, Hatchin at el'ooper
el, eh Ahey dor bbf,0,13;'L .' -LYMAB ROS,
yroutpresent indieatlons, not less tbad 500
Week c,.urs 3ns wlUtake
-advaii
-GIR 6 of G"'
Dlle f6i: the and come Sack8buR.- loll rates, f -con Itl
petl mail W:l V0 012, express purposeDr. LVAncenf; who hM,8o clearly
-Florida. Good oleou",
ged ,,'and .Workgrove, in south a
h0Md -r-0Wijbkr'wjjl in k f L L tL'
re I Its. for that lid'is nuoter of chronic dis6lses' To al IL
iea ejiq ec uen v s 'IA-Wee
q %jn IT,' 4 baCoo ,,,,,eply,,wlthre orencesi:th Box- Ithoso who begin trea durlhgGa
X As 'gou Oa AaWan Ac
0 A0 3-26 r. Vincent will give 20 per cent, discount
r, 11- 1; 1 -4
P j!" 6, tfier 6b hours, to, Will
his usual fee, and thiwra' really
est- _j J;ing- atfithe patient gets Vrell."This, is tullrst
Mpqt'p?, T- ,"eii .f C te Ions- a]
S5, t o I IPA y mall', lfi cts,
JA4A that Dr. ViDeent ha6 ev r devi Lted from
ero ene .Ql ,,Or *IM7 'ih 'this" paperr onetyear -Ta6ket one butdredL seeds IQ time
6xL, Tbck TI 'STOIIY, BOX 166 h"' regn ther
is' Orland lar -rate. And if- will' pro'6Rbly be
last; soit is
ei uctioh, jot ,t ood advice to you, th' adVise you
totak6 advantageof thN special rat'n. No' wfily of, :: ,
Ll ei,
'Id ol e, lt6 tiv r w B 'failed to
matter how many phyBicislhs, haveittl er, c"dg'elin V INBEES" benefit you come and sei! whatthis "Specialist,
iti;land and I AI D, H ONE Y. hM Isay
TO 9 TS 0 10NE
1py'ours of Ahe2l8t I i LL
IMC!lg 0rtri d-'Ith6-.-- ke gtosityifh very L f ''d 't 1, ydu', Oannot go 0 see him sead- for -Syraf.
-p leas ed- _on eepjlees4, ught'to. Had If
or -1 n e o Atefor new 64r-pp tou ,bjiluk.
ta6nV--,j9 Ude fjhe ParWGreeq .
y- _P6 on bought' abojjtL it'?
tobaccoarld it did good work.
4 IE&
yera You rs W in
s--a ter 1-,WL6r J. X 7 mp 16, -kla. SPPCIALT
W-. CATARRH',A-ND
12 CHRON]ICr DISA,- Uly,23''97
d'- I Comfcrtablq- House. AlSES f'th
-66d j
ar -t qtqugWy qver th- T baccO,'-ahd"'-,VeKaiab1e'. lands.- E.6ellb L ls IW4itstomiare badly
VLI verI
s 1, Ran go. oi
n
p- ew r 6 f, R, tll -Il r r 5 _]K_ Bladder
--e en trl VAIN,' orwalki
s fed." L- C V -ves 11 RU
'tu :?Er e clu eifV16kalp-irt ei I ski
Blood,'-- C h r oil fe
Sore
LUlcers' (Old
Wlil e s,- at
ffi',' f0l oyster 9 1 -( har otte, vf bg), 'ancer,,Ru
6f a6r Stricture, ar-
or, enibrlce hundred es, 6.sinuifor.p ce
-1 X1V bit
YvPpsu' iue ia OM's s 5 r a 5 r At
Y, oMe Lcause' and Pife43
the a 5'c')
61 'a 1 1-1 1 1 - 1 t' or W
U curect
teed he I
-gin 't Fq Using knife.,
qysters-jiaVe remained poor d A
T
Di8
t qiresen .seasojizw e III Rheum 1H in,
SeXoS are giren spee
Poth 1111 attention
barielst 7-91,VETJIEANS F.or saleby A ti g--!,tor ovetis 5,00 ow-- W&' for, cohsultatlon.
enL, -,y,,apTtjp. p 'SingloARishE a ways,
i, I b 4' -ates for mAlle
Ali e. Special i treatment.
sEC61i ,twh bushel 50 *Ithlnst T
wn-and'
plAdVatid: I Qultivate ,11. atI0 5.LDR. e, .-S. VLl CENT SpecWlstMoh4yr Block,, Ill RaYL,&, -Street
)ro ica ,-Jacb Flori(JR6.
Dr.7W. Poll -2-to 4 & Tto 8
Eugene J ed 10; 9 to 12 A. M; F N
edthl6Y S. ls gnt -s IPT e d- '110,0001 quart' "' L ' I ", r , , y :.40,to r P.-M-Only:'
It
'qt1XWh r
h E B"'REPRELDI''CU.'
A&M r quart;, Ior
Bon.LE5tat
..o
R X dob,' ,' 4h-is'6l5iAzfClbp 0(deia- of Ahe,
e, ej yr )f wer bas rio
b jc e C- i', becond chaI If
()Uld at first SUc,.1 dL8tiajt Wliji
zT1tilS-in, orcig nl 5r--R1i6 Deea, Ine sure an
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ii ;-Aalf japt- W 1 ', SUP L V
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ihes jtjj'y& lturk6y.L,
r QN i I L ; P
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252 THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. APRIL 16.


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FERTILIZER S.

SPECIAL PRICES
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Orange *-* G-rowvers.


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prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.
S-nemed BRon P.nTar Bonen


M oisture...... ................. ..................................... 8 to 10 "
Ammonia ................................................... .... 5 to 6 Blood and Bone, Acid Phosphate,
Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia....... ..................................20 to 25
Available Phosphoric Acid..... 5 to 6 Dissolved Bone, Nitrate of Soda,
Equal to Bone Phosphate of Lime ................................... ...ii to 13
Potash- K2 0 ................... ................................................... 5 to.6 Sulphate of Ammonia, Tobacco Stems,
Equal to Sulphate of Potash ............................. ......:.......... 9to Sulphate of Ammonia, Tobacco Stems,
Magnesia, Lime, Soda, etc..................... ..................... .......... 55 to 60 Tobacco Dust, Cotton Seed Meal, Hardwoo
LW-Write for Special Pamphlet.
peclal'Mixtures compounded with Machinery at very low Ashes, Cotton Seed Hull Ashes, Kainit and Potashes.
pri es.
Please correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for Pamphlet.
LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.,
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The Fig in South Florida.
About '12,000,000 pounds of figs
are imported into this country every


year and'sold at from 9 to 28 cents a
pound. This vast importation goes
on year after year, notwithstanding the
fact that there are a great many million
-acres of idle-fig land in the United
States. Upon the culture of this
staple fruit, growers could make a
handsome profit.- Assuming the aver-
age price paid for this fruiit to be -1o
cents per pound, $r,200,000 at least
is annually paid to- exporters for for-
-eign fruit that should be paid to the
fruit growers of our own country. It
is an item worth saving. The major
portion of the fig importation is from
Turkey. It is certainly far better to
pay this money to the American:
farmer than to the Turk. Figs will-
grow in-Southern California, but for
some reason the industry there is not
a success. The California fruit is not
always edible. The best authority
states that the Smyrna fig rarely pro-
duces edible fruit in that state, but in
Florida it does produce not only edi-
ble fruit, but a profitable crop. In
Florida the fig bears twice a year, the
early crop being the larger, and, I
think, the better fruit. There has as yet
never been a frost in South Florida
sufficiently severe to kill the fig trees.
The crop is sure.
I do not mean to say that the South
Florida fig grower has no difficulties
or drawbacks. He does. He can
not raise figs without .-labor, but it is
less labor to care for a fig tree than an
orange tree. Sometimes the fruit drops
.before maturity. This is caused by
severe drought, but can generally be
-prevented by mulching. At times,
but not often, the fruit sours upon the
tree. This trouble is generally where
the tree grows .upon wet land. On
the sand hills souring fruit is not
known. Occasionally root knot inter-
feres. This is caused by a worm, but i
that difficulty is not as great here in
Florida as in California or Turkey. i


Take it in all phases, the fig has les
enemies than any fruit I know of.
The culture of figs is an industry o
great profit. The Asiatic Turk sells
his figs at an average of 3. cents
pound. The American grower gets
far better price than that, so large
price that his fruit is as profitable a:
that of the orange grower.
Here in South Florida there is suffi
cient iunoccupied land to supply th
people of the United States with figs.
There is no reason why our people
should go abroad for this fruit. I
should be grown under our own flag
for it can be.-Fruitman's Guide.

The Gasoline Engine In Irrigation.
In the spring of '97 we installed a
gasoline pumping plant consisting oi
the following items bought of the
Weber Gas & Gasoline Engine Co.,
of Kansas City, Mo. -
i. One No. 2, 4 Actual, 5y Indi-
catcd-H. P., W.eber Gasoline Engine.
2. One Variable Stroke Pump Jack.
3. One S3 x 18 inch stroke Cook's
deep well cylinder.
4. One 3.1'" inch plunger, complete
with valves.
5. Ninety-seven feet ii inch ash
sucker rods, complete with male and
female coupling.
6. One 3Y2 inch x-6 feet Cook's
brass strainer with 2,600 openings.
7. Ninety-seven feet of 3Y2 inch in-
side, 3:4 inch outside socket joint
well casing.
S. One Cook's Improved Power
Pump Standard for top of well.
These items cost $384.45, of which
amount the engine cost $325 delivered
at Beeville.
The claims made for engines of this
style are simplicity of construction,
durability, cost of fuel used, economy,
and little attention required to run
(no regular attendant or engineer.';
No one on 'the Station grounds had
handled or used one of these engines
before receiving this one and some
weeks' use was necessary to familiar-
ze those concerned with its peculiar
principles. In this respect, however,
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s steam engine and it may be depended ited experience. With cotton and
on to run for hours without the atten- with corn, fair to 'good crops can be
f tion of anyone and in this matter expected without the assistance of arti-
s gives entire satisfaction. ficial water supply and, as has already
a The cost of lifting water by engine been indicated, certain grasses And
a for irrigation purposes is a matter of clovers thrive freely under natural cofi-
a the greatest importance and we have editions. J. H. CONNELL.
s striven to secure some useful data College Station, Texas .
upon this point by testing the Station (A larger engine than was needed
- pumping -plant as to amount of gaso- for immediate pump work was pur-
e line consumed in the lifting of ,o000o chased because we expect to use this
gallons of water a vertical distance of power for other purposes and wished
65 or 85 feet: and forcing it through to increase the water supply for irriga-
560 feet of two inch pipe. Gasoline tion use by putting dowr, another'
costs 16 cents per gallon at Beeville pump well.)-Press Notes, Texas Exp.
and we find that one gallon used as Station -
fuel in the.four-horse power engine* A Pertinent Question
delivers some 1,900 gallons of water For the southern farmer to ask himself is,
to-the reservoir under conditions giv- what would be the result if a great Eu-
f en. Thecost of water per ,ooo ga ropean war should catch me with a big
crop of cotton arid very little else on
Ions with our plant is then .o84c; cal- hanl ? Such a war would cut down the
, culating the cost of single irrigation at demand tfor cotton at least one-third,
this rate, assuming that two acre- which would afford the farmer not more -
inches are supplied, we see that the than .3cens per pound or $15 per bale.
54,3 9 gallons (2 acre inches) costs At the sament5ie wheat, pwork, beef and
$4 56 per application for each acre or ruch higher p iees. The dgresent out-
at the rate of $2.28 per "acre-inch." look should cause farriers to think how
We *conndentlv hope that this cost they may hedg-, so as not to be caught
will be reduced when additional well between the upper and nether mill--
water is supplied our pump. Should The above question, propounded by
land be permitted to become very Farm and Ranch, is supplemented by the
dry before irrigation is resorted to, following :
the cost per acre for application of The Louisville Dispatch expresses as-
water will correspondingly increase. tonishment that farmers in the cotton
There are few crops, indeed, that bell should refuse to adopt diversified
Threarefew crop, indeed, that farming when they have conspicuous
will not repay the cost of the water ap- examples in Kentucky and Tennessee,
plied during seasons of drouth, if wa- which aie now the most prosperousetates
ter can be secured at approximately in the South through the adoption of di-
the rates that the water now used at versifliation, especially in that most
Bt le stes. t 1he wter ownuse profitable of all the rural branches-
Beeville costs. \When we consider stock farming.
that all of the water demanded by a From the above it is a fair conclusion
crop does riot need to be pumped that the best market for corn, and many -
upon South Texas land, but; on the other feed stuffs is the maw of the cow
contrary, an annual rainfall of 25 or sdth tormach of the hog and sheep.-
contrary, an annual rainfall Of 25 or Feed will bring more in milk and beef,
30 inches occurs, we are better able pork and mutton than in money, and
to appreciate how little the cost of the milk and meat will sell for more than
such water per acre will probably the feed. The staple food crops of a
Drove; since two, or at most three, farm should be consumed on the farm.
will s uppetwolyr ab nt wter Farmers. sell your crops to yourselves
irrigations will supply abundant water d pket the profits which other peo-
for garden or field crops grown in ile would make.
this section. Only partial irrigation The more quickly the revolution out-
need be resorted to but without some lined above takes place in the South, fol-
irrigation for use at a critical moment, lowed by the manufacture of the raw
product, the sooner thq South will take
the economic production of vegetables first rank in the material prosperity of
has proven very hazardous in our lim- the country.


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'let it wilt for several days before turn- and especially to, the tomato.
Soing under, or there will be more harm should not come. in direct contact w
"done than: good. either the stalk or roots.
JULIUS SCHNADELBACH.'
Grand Bay, Ala., The Hubbard Squash.
S.* This most valuable vegetable is
STomatoes in Forty-nine Days. native of the semi-tropics -and is
A. A. Halladay, the well-known appreciated as highly as it deserve,
tobacco specialist, writes to the Or- Florida. The great hardness of
ange Judd Farmer: shell enables-it to withstand the ra
If good crops of any kind are to be season, when itis 'laid in a cool, d
secured begin with the plow. If you dark place-on; shelves under
have only two days in which to pre house, for intstance-and keep all si
pare your ground and put in a crop of mer. /e- have known them to
tomatoes by all means use a day and kept, in exceptional instances, eight
a half in preparing the soil. Make it months, even in this state. The w
fine, pulverize it. Keep the harrow .known seedsman, J. J. H. Gregc
going as long as your conscience will -writes in Outr Grange, Homes:
let you, and then harrow some more. It is well known' aniong mar
If the dirt is lumpy, roll it, then har- men that the Hubbards sold in
row, and just before setting out the eastern markets are brought from
plants go over the land with a weeder West. Examination shows that th
-one of.the'mast valuable machineS as a rule, are more flinty-shelled tt
yet invented., It leaves the land smooth those raised East, and as the si
and fine. .Of course in a garden :the planted must all of it have original
hand rake answers the same purpose come from the East, the only ,expla
as the weeder ion possible is that on the soil-of
If stable manure is to be used on West they are. raised at a temnperatI
the tomato field let it be thoroughly higher than ours, which gives then
rotted. Do not, under any circum- nearer approach to that of their se
stances, use coarse green manure. I tropical home. -There cannot be a
would prefer none at all. Whenever reason why the Hubbard should
stable manure is used, it should be teriorate in quality -as a -potato
plowed under in the fall. It is the teriorates by running out, for ona
practice of a'great many people to dig the product of a seed and the othe
a hole and put in a shoveltul or two tuber. \We .know that in time fr
of:sftable- manure, throw on a little raised from seed becomes more lia
dirt and set out the plant on top of it. to attacks of parasitic diseases, and
If a rank'growth ofvine and a lot ot gradually dies out, of which the
green tomatoes are.. wanted,. this St. Michael's pear may be taken as
Method Will be. sure to give perfect example, but the Hubbard squash
satisfaction. I experitrented' %ith ccrtainlv free Irom disease as it was
many kinds of fertilizers for tomatoes the earl y days, and I can, therefo
and am still experimenting, but up to but infer that its deterioration has be
the present time and with my present caused by admixture with other var
knowledge of the matter, know of ties, a gradual change from the n
nothing that will give as satisfactory mal type b% continued selection
results as the following, which has cropping qualities only. This h
produced, as far as can be learned, been supplemented by the effects
the largest crop of ripe tomatoes ever being grown under a temperature di
grown. After the plants were set, a ing the hundred years it has be
good handful of Bradley's complete raised in New England much bel
potato manure was scattered about the that of the semi tropical country
plant, being careful that it did not which it is native.
touch either leaf or stalk, then about The Hubbards yet remain c
a tablespponfu! of nitrate of soda and standard winter squash, and we
a good large handful of hardwood much in its yield and Quality to reco
ashes were scattered about each plant, mend it; in these varieties which a
and the weeder run over the field, neither sports Irom it nor crosses I
This thoroughly rakes in 'the fertilizer, teen it and the other squashes, b
The same dose was repeated just after have come to us directly from t
the fruit began to set. -This treatment semi tropics.at later day, we find
gave not an excessive growth of vine, dryness. sweetness and quality whi
but thelargest crop of ripe tomatoes remind us of the excellencies of t
ever-grown, or at least the largest I Hubbard ot..fort years ago.
have ever heard of. It gave.me ripe .
toipatoes by the bushel in 49 days Camphor.
fronrtLbe time the plants were set in e ,offer for June delivery fine p,
the ground, the variety being the grown plants 10 to 12 inches hiAh at
New Imperial. These plants were per 10'.. s:'3 per 1000. This ,tock
given clean culture and were not carefullv selel rI with reference to
trimmed or racked up in any manner. seed having .en-n take only from tre
I cannot, recommend too highly the which came- uninjured through the (c
use of nitrate of soda in growing to- of 15')4-'-5, and which show great rapid
matoes, especially where early ripen- itr of growth. This etock is special
-in-is desired. When used at the rate adapted to planting for grove protectic
-. -50acre or for commercial purposes, is in fi
of. 50 td 175 pounds per acre and in onditi'n. tnspeit o:,nD in cited.
connection with w'ood ashes, the total We also offer a fide stock of ot.h
yield "of early-tomatoes will be very plants, shiubs,etc., for"Flnrida plant
largely increased. A- larger quantity a list of which is contained in our dne
of nitrate will increase -tHe ield- of illustrated ceatalogue of 1895 A col
"o r_ el o will be sent you on appliLction,
fruit, but at the expense of the net" AMIN be en.yoo ..l4trn'
prfit on -the.crop.. However, great THE JESSAMINE GARDNI,
care must be exercised in the applical- Pasco Co. Jessamine Fla.

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probably the Cheapest In-
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Used in Florida for 13 Years.

H. B. MARSH, (Oeneral Agent,
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If'Sold by many merchants.
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Loop Knot being uniformly dietrbuted through each foot of fence Ie,
in ttleet. the ameas. plac.ne one eolp of a spinal spriJngin every foot
throughout the entire length of fence, bebider greatly Ntrengthen- .
ing it Our Loop KnotA male the ferce plainly visible and impoize[bl6 tfor stay wire to
.lip or give. Itis Hog tight and Bnll strong.. WilU turn all kinrd ot stock without in-
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The long drought at Fort Meade
continues unbroken. Truck planted
on high porous soils is suffering much.
The acreage in Irish potatoes exceeds
all former years, but the yield may fall
below. Corn planting is pretty well
finished,- with a -good stand, and,
where the land was.well broken, is
tiding over the drought .with refhar-
kable vigor. The setting of tobacco


plants where irrigation is used is go-
ing rapidly ahead, with flourishing
seed beds, and no lack of plants.
* County Clerk A. A. Stewart, of this
place, has been having about 900
young orange trees planted on his
place at Coquing. The work has been
attendedbto by his sons, Messrs. Oscar
and C. R. Sttwart.-Titusville Ad-
vocate. '


1898.


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249


THM RLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GEOWER.


Gained Twenty-Two Pounds in Five
Weeks.
From the By-Stander, Macomb, Ill.
Alderman Louis W. Camp, of our city,
has quite astonished his friends of late,
by a remarkable gain in weight. He has
gained twenty-two pounds in five weeks.
Those of his friends who do not know the
facts of his sickness will read with inter-
est the following.
"I was broken down in health and ut-
terly miserable," said Mr. Camp to our
reporter. "I was unable to work much
of tfae time and so badly afflicted with a
form of stomach trouble that life was a
veritable nightmare.
"I tried various remedies, but during
th6 six months of my. sickness I obtained
no relief. I had always been a robust,
healthy man and sickness bore heavily
upon me.
"About two years ago I was advised to try
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale people.
I purchased one box and received so
much benefit that I used five more and
was entirely cured. I gained twenty-two
pounds in five weeks. Since I stopped
taking the pills I have scarce had an ache
or pain.



W M N P .







Interviewing the Alderman.
"Dr. Williams' Pink Pills restored me
to health and I most heartily recommend
them."
L. W. Camp on oath says that the fore-
going statement is true.
W. W. MELOAN, Notary Public.
Following is the physician's certificate
as to Mr. Camp's present condition.
I am a regularly licensed physician of
Macomb, McDonough County, Ill. I have
very recently examined Mr. L. W. Camp
as to his general physical condition, and
find the same to be all that could be de-
sired, appetite and digestion good, sleeps
well, .and has all the evidences -of being
in a good physical condition. ,
SAM'L RUSSELL, M. D.
Subscribed and swprn to before me
this 30th .day of September, 1897.
1 W. W. MELOAN, Notary Public.


and work hard, but I get rested by help-
ing to make the daily life on a farm pleas-
ant, and husband shares this opinion
with me that there is no place like home.
Make home pleasant and keep the chil-
dren under the blessed home influence
That will make noble men and women
for the coming generation.

Poor Boys=-Successful Men.
WVe elRom aee mnch a conindensatnn o


Live within your income. Ninety-nine
may say no, the hundredth yes. Take
off your coat; don't be afraid of manual
labor. America is large enough for all.
Keep out of politics unless you are sure
to win. You are never sure to win, so
look out!
It has often been said that private indi-
viduals could take the money now spent
in the postal service and make over $30,-
000,000 a year profit without changing
the rates of postage. How? They would
carry fewer deadheads and get better
rates from the railroads. The franking
privilege is so abused by Congressmen
that it costs the country thousands of
dollars to carry their trunks, old clothes
and other litter. The free-seed distribu-
tion is another fearful item of expense.
But the chief reason why this country
loses money on the postal business is be-
cause the Government is paying the rail-
roads extortionate rates. Last year the
Government paid the railroads 8 cents a
pound while the express companies un-
derbid the Government's lowest rate, one
cent a pound. The Loud bill was killed
because it did not seek to reduce the cost
in the right place, the exorbitant rates.
paid the railway companies, the franking
privilege that conveys trunks, old clothes
and wheelbarrows and the free-seed dis-
tribution.
The Buffalo Commercial records one
appreciative receiver from the free
seed distribution among others that
is suggestive to congressmen. In most
instances the seeds were fully appreciated,
as scores of letters attested. But it is
doubtful if a more appreciative constitu-
ent has been recorded since the distribu-
tion of seeds was inaugurated, than one
writer, whose wife had been sent some of
the lily bulbs. "Many thanks for the
vegetables so kindly sent," said the
writer. "The onions were particularly
fine and greatly enjoyed with our beef-
steak."

Asking the Cow. Asking the Soil.
The farmers guide must be not so
much in analyzing the soil as in experi-
ment as to what the soil needs, by what
Prof. I. P. Roberts, of Cornell, calls
"questioning the soil," and "feeding it
spoon victuals." As a parallel and illus-
tration he told how he "questioned his
cows" to find out what ration they
needed. They were fed a presumably
full ration. Then hq had another quart
of bran added for each cow. The result
in the milk-pail showed that the cows
paid for this extra quart at the rate of
$4( a ton. He had another quart added
each cow, and after similar results still
another. etc., until each cow received
four quarts of bran more than what was
before thought to be all they needed.
And so with the soil. Try a little nirro-
gen, or a little potash, or a little phos-
phoric acid, or a combination of these,
on little plats of ground, and note the
affect, and then apply what seems to be
needed. .
-Before the 1894-5 freeze the orange
f growers of Volusia county, Florida, prac-


good advice to poor boys as the fol lowing
from the Farmer's Tribune. Not many Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that.
rich men's sons are called to high places Contain Mercury.
of honor or trust. Industry and integrity Contain Mercury.
will win in the race against. money or as mercury will surely destroy the sense
genius in nine cases out of ten. A sound of smell and completely derange the
mind in a healthy body with self-control whole system when entering it through
of appetite, passion or temper, are good the mucous surfaces. Such articles
stepping stones to success. Read. and should never be used except on prescrip-
heed, and practice the Farmer's words: tion from reputable physicians, as the
You want good advice? Rise early, damage they will do is ten fold to the
Be abstemious. Be frugal. Attend to good you can possibly derive from them.
your own business and never trust. it to Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F.
another. Be not afraid to work, and dili- J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no
gently, too, with your own bands. Treat mercury, and is taken internally, acting
every one with civility and respect. Good directly upon the blood and mucous sur-
manners insure success. Accomplish faces of the system. In buying Hall's
what you undertake. Never be mean- Catarrh Cure be sure and get the gen-
rather give than take the-odd shilling, uine. It is taken internally, and made
Honesty is not only the best policy, but in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
the only policy. Time is money. Make Testimonials free.
your own word as good as your bond. Sold by druggists, price 75c. per bot-
Reckon the hours of the day as so many tie.
dollars, the minutes as so many cents. Hall's Family Pills are the best.


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' To sharply reduce stock we offer unpre-
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$15. Don't fail to write at once for catalogue.
The world-wide reputation of this house is a
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Organ. Address, LYON & HEALY,
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d. TEKLMER SEED 11G., Liuited,
MARY T. FROTSCHER, President,
Successors to
Richard Frotscher's Gravier Street Branch Store,
Nos. 518 and 520 Gravier St., New Orleans, La.
Importers and dealers in Flower, yield and
Garden Seeds. Grasses, clover, bulbs, seed po-
tatoes and fruit trees in their season, Conducted
by relatives ofthe late Richard Frotscher. Order
through Richard Frotscher's manual of 1896 or
send for one free.


ticed this method and kept adding fer-
tilizer with a result of phenomenal crops
of the golden globes. It requires intelli-
gence in the operator to know what to
give, when to give. and to keep close ob-
servation of the effects of rain, drouth,
heat, cold, season of application and
other causes enhancing or retarding good
or bad results. It- is the desire of the
Southern Ruralist to bring all its readers
into this questioning process. They
must first form the plan in their minds,
and should then put it in operation on a
single cow or small plat of ground, the
result being a guide for extended opera-
tions. .


Strawberries

carry better, and larger ber-.

ries and larger crops are raised

when liberally treated with



Potash.

Heavy applications of the

complete fertilizers, containing

not less than 10% actual' Pot-

ash, should be used.
Our books tell all about the subject. They
are free to any farmer.
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n'nvestments

developments

Attractions
Address,
G. D. ACKERLY,


GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT.


A Hlybrl Orange. THETROPICALTRUNK LINE, -
News comes from the Agricultulal De- JACKSONVILtE -rfl",
apartment at Washington that they have
hybridized the trifoliate orange (which
stands a temperature of 12 degrees, but StraW efrriS On ICe
is inedible) with the common sweet or- t c
ange, and hope the fruit of this hybrid- Tue celebrated T. & T. Strawberry Refrig-
zation may be an edible orange much rt.rsaretbe universaJ favorite of Florida
hardier than the present race. powers. Perfected alter years of experi-
If the hybrid will stand the tempeia- en ,.e good service for good fruit.
ture of the trifoliata stock, portions of TRnY O THomAs
the entire Gulf country could engage in TRUBY THOMAS,
the orange industry and there would be Starke, Florida.
danger of overstocking the market, as in
the past fat years of the industry. If the
trees in the central and northern orange bave less competition and enjoy better
belt in Florida now being restored can margins.
get over the tender age without more
drawbacks, we may hope for an abun- All the premium advertisements and
dant supply oftbe frnit from the region much interesting matter crowded out for
where natural orange groves abound want of space, see previous numbers.
more generally than in any other pait of They all hold good.
the world, and where the quality out- Theyall old good,
ranks all others. The fruit may be pro- The surist way to win success is to
duced under greater difficulties than in produce those articles needed by home
the past, but he that overcometh will consumers.


1898









9 i~A THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. APRIL 1 ~3.


Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower.
A Weekly Newspaper published at x6 Main
street, Tacksonville. Mla.
TERMS Or SUBSOCBIPTION
Por One Year ............................... .
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crSubscriptions in all cases cash in
advance. No discount allowed on one's
own subscription (except in a club), but to
all agents a.liberal cash commission will
be allowed on all subscriptions obtained
by them. Write for terms.
To every subscriber, new or old, remit-
ting us $3.00, we will send the paper one
year and a copy of Rolfs' Vegetable
Growing In the South for Northern
Markets post-paid. For two new sub-
scribers, at $2.00 each, we will send,
postpaid, a copy of Moore's "Orange
culture "
Remittances should be made by check,
postal note. money order or registered
letter to order of
Rates of advertising on application.
ARIBris An FRvUIT GRSOWER.
Jacksonville, Fla.

Economic Sugarcane Culture.
Bulletin 44, of the Florida Experi-
ment Station, written by H. E. Stock-
bridge, the Agriculturist of the Station,
is a comprehensive summary of 47
pages, covering this subject from fur-
row to syrup. It is written entirely
from the Florida standpoint; primarily
from the standpoint of a production of
home supplies for home consumption;
secondarily, the creation of a uniform,
high-grade standard article, the sur-
plus of which may always be sold in
Southern markets at a paying figure.
The following extracts possess a seas-
onable interest, but we recommend
our readers not to be satisfied with
these, but to address the Director of
the Station, Lake City, Florida, and
secure a copy, which will be forward-
ed free of charge to all citizens of
Florida.


which determines the thickness with
absolute accuracy and prevents the
possibility of variation.
8. Red cane is hardier than green
and matures earlier. For large areas
and for sugar the red variety is best.
For small areas and syrup the green
cane is preferable.
9. Uplands produce the sweetest
cane. Bottom lands produce the
heaviest yields and the largest total
product.
io. The impurities in cane juice are
chiefly physical and may be removed
by thorough straining or filtering.
ii. Dry Spanish moss is the best
known filter for cane juice, and its use
results in superior and well-keeping
syrup, and light colored dry sugar.
12. Two evaporators, pans or ket-
tles are desirable. The first for puri-
fying, the second for finishing.
13. Syrup of s, perior appearance
and flavor can be made to keep in-
definitely.
14. Good domestic sugar may be
made by simple home means, and is
marketable at a profit.
CULTIVATION.
The depth and frequency of culti.
vation will largely control results. To
effect the desired end, the plow should
be rigorously discarded and be exclu-
sively supplemented by the use of
some form of tooth cultivator. Two
advantages are secured by this change
in implement; economy through the
increased area which can be worked
by a single implement and conserving
moisture at the time it is indispensable
to the proper development of the crop.
The two-horse cultivator is preferable
where the large areas are involved,
though the one-horse implement will
easily and thoroughly work five acres
of cane per day, which is fully double
the amount possible from the most
successful, use of plows. When the


FACTS. ,marKea difference in the amount oi
1. The soil and climate of Florida available moisture secured to the crop
are better adapted to the successful by the two methods of cultivation is
production of sugarcane and its pro- considered, the experience of Dr.
ducts than is any other part of the Stubbs, of the Louisiana Station, on
United States. which he bases the assertion "that it
2. Nitrogen is the chief manurial is almost impossible to estimate cor-
requirement of the cane crop. Plant- rectly the annual damage to the cane,
ing on bottom lands, turning under of crop of this State by the use of turn
cowpeas or of velvet beans, and."cow- plows in its cultivation" seems entirely
penning," are the most economical reasonable. The frequency of culti-
means for securing this essential. On ovation must depend upon the season.
Florida soils,' potash stands next to The rule, however, should be to keep
nitrogen as a food requirement for the surface soil thoroughly pulverized
cane. and friable and cultivate as often as it
3. Narrow rows and two lines of becomes compacted at the surface.-
seed-cane are the desirable forms for In June or July the suckering should
planting. be finished and the growth so 4far ad-
4. Thorough breaking and shallow vanced and the ground so shaded that
cultivation, with cultivator instead of further cultivation is unneccessary and
:plow produce best results. the crop may be laid by.
5. The longest possible period 'of '.
growth should be allowed. Delaying Removing Stock Fences.
harvest ten days from November 20 On all the stock ranges of the far
increased the sugar content i. 2 per West, and even in once lawless Texas,
cent, and twenty days delay adds it is considered a step forward to di-
4.39 per cent t6othe amount of sugar vide the lands of different owners by
in the cane. permanent fences, strong enough to
6. Great variations in the thickness resist the heaviest impact of cattle
of syrup injure its market value. driftingg" before a blizzard. Even
When the thickness is determined by the wild and reckless cowboys who
judgment or experience variations of lassoed up survey stakes and herded
five -degrees are possible by the most their cattle close around the settler's
expert syrup boilers, cornfield, to make them break in and
7. A simple syrup tester may be ruin it in order to repress agriculture
made, by any one without expense, and retain the ranges unbroken, gen-


erally acquiesced in the wisdom of the fact that one of the Southern
fencing off, the separate holdings. States, South Carolina, which stands
Fencing and segregating the herds at the bottom of production, has
saves a vast amount of work which is yielded the heaviest crop of corn ever
rendered necessary in "cutting out" grown in this country-over 250 bush-
each man's cattle from the general els per acre-a feat which was accom-
herd when they become mingled in a polished by Capt. Drake under the
storm, stimulus of the premiums offered by a
But in Osceola county it appears local fair board and by the American
they think differently. Not only have Agriculturist. Virginia is reported
some lawless cowboys cut to pieces also to have raised last year, in one
forty acres of wire fence, but now instance, 16o bushels to the acre.
comes word that the cattlemen, in a In the case of the light sandy soils
formal, ratified an agreement with of the wire-grass region, which in-
the representatives of the great land eludes a large part of South Carolina
companies, the Associated Railways and nearly the whole of Florida, of
Land Department, the Disston Land course, no system of culture could
Company, the Okeechobee Land Corn- bring up their ratio of production tpo
pany and others, have decided to that of the rich alluvials of Kentucky
take down all the fences in that sec- and the deep prairie soils of Illinois.
tion except one division fence running But'much might be accomplished to-
across from the St. Johns to the Kis- ward increasing the present yields of
simmee rbier. the South; we believe that the average
The circumstances in this case, how- of every Southern State; might be
ever, are quite different from those in doubled with very little increase in
the West and in Texas, where fencing expenditure for fertilizers. The appli-
has been advocated. In the West the cation of large quantities of chemical,
cattlemen fence their own lands; in fertilizers on the corn crop is not
Osceola county they fence other men's profitable. But deeper plowing and
lands. The lands belong mostly to more thorough cultivation will pay
the companies above named, and the every time. We believe that -aside
fences were built without their con- from the capacity of the soil-the'
sent, arbitrarily, and chiefly by the principal reason for the heavier aver-
largest cattle owners, in an effort to age in the North is -that Northern
starve out the little men. The effront- farmers break up their land with two-
ery of these men almost passes belief, horse plows, while in Florida this is
They not only refuse to pay the com- generally done with one horse. "The
panics rent for their land, but they had destruction of the poor is their pov-
constructed long lines of fence which erty." A one-horse breaking means a
increased the assessment of the lands one-horse crop, and that is not enough
and augmented the taxes. The pa- to bread the farmer's family and. sup-
tience ot the companies was nearly port two horses, and so the skimming
exhausted; they had warned the cat- process goes around in a vicious circle
tlemen that they would resort to the continually.
strong arm of the law unless the True, the sandy soils of this State
fences were taken down, and at the are sour in their aboriginal condition,
last moment the cattle men yielded. and to break them ten inches deep the
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette adds first year would be bad management.
the following considerations as favor- But the sweetening and ameliorating
ing this measure: First, experienced process should go forward continually,
stockmen believe that scrub cattle do getting a little lower down each year,
better on an open range than in fenced until there is created a deep, mellow
fields of native grass. Second. An plant bed, where the coin-roots can
open range represses stealing, as it burrow and find nou-ishing moisture,
does not offer so good facilities for in the cool strata quite below the
concealing stolen cattle. Thus this parching effect.of sun and wind. -
removal of the fences may fairly be -a... -
held to promote not only the thrift of A Study in Entomology.
the cattle but the morals of the own- Bulletin No. 45, of the: Florida Ex-
ers. periment Station, by A. L. Quaintance,
,, : Assistant in Biology, is a scientific and
The Corn Crop of the South,. at the same.time practical study of
It is commonly believed that corn three injurious insects, the bean leaf-
is not so well adapted to the Southern roller, the corn delphax and the canna
States as to the Northern, that it will leaf-roller. A summary ol the first is
not, under like conditions of soil and as follows:
culture, produce as heavy a yield. -'The bean leaf-roller is quite de-
The figures. of the National -census, structive to beans throughout the
on their face, seem to sustain this be- state. The larvae feed- upon the
lief. Virginia produces an average leaves, eating holes in them'or eating
yield of eighteen bushels per acre, along the edges. Leaflets are folded
North Carolina fourteen, South Caro- over, to form a retreat.
lina nine, Georgia eleven, Florida "The larva, is about oneiand one-
nine-the yield decreasing as we come fifth inches in length, fusiform in
south. The New England States, with shape, the body being thickest in the
heir rocky, sterile soil, produce middle, with small neck and large
heavier yields than even the fertile head. The general color is yellowish,
West; New Hampshire showing an with a dorsal black stripe and two
average of forty-one bushels per acre, lateral orange stripes extending down
while Illinois gives only thirty-seven the body.
bushels. This proves that culture has "The insect can be successfully
a great deal to do with the ratio of treated. Use Paris green, in the pro-
production. portion of one pound to 150 gallons
Another circumstance which points of water; add to this one pound of
unmistakably in the same direction is quick lime, first made -into a thin


APRIL 16.


THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRUIT-GROWER.


92 A


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THUB LORIDA FARMIE AND FRUIT-GROWeR.


paste, to destroy the burning effects ot
Paris green on the foliage. Apply
with spray pump, keeping mixture
well stirred."

flarkets.


JACKSONVILLE, FLA., April. 16, 1897.
FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
Corrected by Marx Bros.
These are average quotations. Rxtra choice
lots fetch prices above top quotations, while poor
lots selllower.
Strawberries................................... 7c
Apples, per barrel.... .. : .... .... ....... 4.75
Lemons, Messina,.................box....... 3.50
English Peas, dried,..............bus....... 1.25
Peanuts, best brand ...... .............04 to .05
Potatoes, ............. ..........bbl...........2.70
Cowpeas, Whipporwill per bushel .......... s3o
Clay, per bushel............ ..... 120
Red Rippers per bushel.......... 50
Unknown per bushel............ 30
Black Eye per bushel............. 50
Brown Eye .......... ............. 50
Lady................ ........... I 5o
Onions, Florida...............crate.... ....... .25
Eggs......... ...........-... doz...........13
VEGETABLES AND POULTRY.
Corrected by Davis & Robinson.
Yellow Yams, ................ bush .5o
Sweet Potatoes ...................... .50
Hubbard squash, .............bbl 1.5o to 2.00
Lettuce, ........................-doz io to rs
Celery, Florida ......... ......-- 15
Egg Plants.................... bbl.. 3.oo to4.oo
Tomatoes, .. :...........crate.... .5oto 1.00
Sweet Pepper,. ............--.bu .........1.50
Green Beans,................. crate i.ootoi So
Pumpkins, .................. each .5 to .Io
Kershaws, .... ..... ..........each .3to .io
Parsley,.....-..per doz. bunches .15to .20
Green onions...... per doz. bunches 15 to .25
Pepper, hot ................. bushel .5o to .oo
Sage, wel cured.......l.........b .25
Hens.. ...--- 30 to 35
. Roosters.--.-- ......-- .20 to .25
Half-grown.. -.-.. ............. .25:to. 30
Turkeys, .....-..per pound, gross .Io to .12
SDucs.-. ....... ..... .25 to .30
Geese, ..... .. ................. 40
Leeks ............per doz bunches. .20t0.25
Radishes, ........ ....... per doz .o8 to. 15
Cucumbers.. ...............crate 2.00 to 2.50
Spinach .................per bushel .75 to .oo
Cauliflower..................... perbbl 3.oo00to 4.50
Turnips. ....................... bunch .o03
Florida Honey,.......pound section .10 to 12%
New Potatoes................ ...... 3.0oo to 4.o00
Blackberries, per qt .................. .o8 te.xo
Asparagus, per bunch.................. ..io

New York Market.

Strawberries-Charleston, fancy, 20 to
-, good to choice 16 to 18, fair to good,
12 to 15, Florida, good to choice, 16 to 20,
fair to good, 12 to 16. Potatoes-Bermu-
da. prime, 6.00 to 8.50, seconds, 4.00 to
5.00, Florida, fair to prime 3.00 to 7.50.
Vegetables-Beets, Florida, bbl crate 1.00
to 2.00, bius. crate 75 to--. -Celery, Cali-
fornia, 10 to 75, Florida 5 to 60. Cab-
bages, Florida, 75 to 1.25. Cauliflowers,
Florida, per basket 2.00 to 3.00. Cuoum-
bers, Florida, per crate, 2.00 to 3.50. Egg
Plants, Florida, per orange box 2.50 to
3.50. Lettuce, Florida, fancy half bar-
rel basket, 2.50 to 3.00, poor to good, 1.25
to 2.20. Peas, -Florida, per basket or
crate 75 to 1.50. String Beans, Florida,
wax, per crate, 2.00 to 4.00, green, express,
2.00 to 3.50, green, rail, 2.00 to 3.00,
steamer, 2.00 to.2.75. Squash, Fla., white,
per bushel crate, 75 to Tomatoes,
Florida, prime 2.00 to 2.25, poor to good,'
1.00 to 1.75.. FRENCH & Co.

Philadelphia Market.


SPineapples, $4.00 to $6.00. Strawber-
ries, open crates .15 to 22; refrigerators,
17 to 25; Pineapples, 4.00 to 6.00. Or-
anges, 3.50 to 6.00. Grape Fruit, perbx.
8.00 to 16.00. Tomatoes, choice to fancy,
ripe, 2.25 to 3.00, green and ordinary 1.50
to 2.25 Egg Plants, per orange box 3.50
5.i10. Squashes. per orange box 1,00 to
1.50. Green Peas, 1.50 to .50. Cucum-
bers, 4.00 to 6.00. String beans, green,
1.75 to 2.50, wax, 2.25 to 3.00. Okra, per
carrier, 3.50 to 5.00. Peppers, per carrier,
2.00 to 2.50. Lettuce, Florida, chb to fey,
per basket, 1.'5 to 300, ordinary 1.00 to
1.50. Cauliflower, per case, 3.00 to 4.00.
Cabbage, 1.25 to 1.50. Beets, with green
tops on, per 100) buonhes, 2.50 to 6.00.
Celery, Florida, 50 to 90, small, 25 to 40.


Potatoes, Florida, 4.50 to 8.00. Onions,
Florida, 8.00 to 10.00.
E. B. REDFIELD & CO.
Strawberries-Florida, ordinary to fan-
cy 15 to 30; Charleston, 20 to 30. String
Beans-Florida, green, 1.75 to 2.50, wax,
1.75 to 3.00. Squash, orate, 75 to 1.00,
orange box, 1.25 to 1.50. Cucmbers, crate,
4.00 to 5.00. Beets-Florida, crate, 75 to
100, barrel crate 1.25 to 2.00. Onions,
crato, 1.25 to 1.50. Tomatoes, choice to
fancy, 2.00 to 2.75, ordinary to fair 1.50
to 1.75. Peppers, large green, 2.00 to 2.25.
Egg Plants, choice to fancy, orange box,
3.00 to 4.00, barrel 5.00 to 10.00. Lettuce
-Florida, half barrel 1.00 to 2.50. Celery,
20 to 60. Cabbage, 1.25 to 1.50. Potatoes,
-Florida, 6.00 to 7.00, second size, .3.50
to 5.00. BRADLEY REDFIELD.

Pittsburg Market.
Oranges, Jamaica, per bbl., $5.50 to
$6.00; California navels, box 2.25 to 2.75;
Pineapples, Florida, 3.00 to 5.00. Straw-
berries, refrigerator, .30 to .40; crates,
.20 to .30; Texas, .15 to .25. Lettuce,
bbl. baskets. 2.50 to 2.75. Beets, bbl.,
2.50 to 3.50; bushel, 1.50 td 1.75. Beans,
wax, 4.00 to 4.50: green, 2.00 to 2.50,
Tomatoes, fancy, 3.25 to 3.50; ordinary,
1.60 to 2.50. Cauliflower, fancy, dozen,
2.00 to 2.50. Cucumbers, per bushel, 2.00
to 2.50. Egg plants, fancy, per dozen,
2.50 to 3.00. Cabbage, 1.25 to 1.50.
SOMExS, BRO. & Co.-

The Killing Frost in California.
Special Dispatch to. the California Fruit
Grower:
VISALIA, March 22.-Morning of
22.-Thermometer registered 18 de-
grees above zero, or 14 degrees below
freezing point. Fiuit which escaped
other frosts all killed. Peach, prune
and apricot crops all gone. My or-
chard promised 4,000 tons fruit. Not
enough left to make a pie.
C. J. BERRY.
Damage by frosts has been very
heavy in all parts. The loss up to the
22nd, was heavy, but the frost on
that date did enormous damage to
peaches and prunes that escaped the
earlier frosts. The crop in one or-
chard in the San Joaquitt valley that
promised 4,000 tons of fruit has been
ruined. This is only a sample of the
vast amount of damage by the cold
spell. While we will have some fruit,
comparatively the crop promises to be
the lightest in years. A very general
canvass will soon be made and then
some clear idea can be given as to the
results. The situation is very dis-
couraging, to say the least; we hope
for the best, but don't know how good
that will be.--California Fruit-Grower.

Great Fruit Losses in Texas.
Not in many years has the destruc-
tion of .a promising fruit crop been so
complete as that which the freeze of
March 23d and 24th, and the later
one of the 28th, have been the agency.
Reports from North, Middle and
Northwestern Texas all bring the
same unwelcome tidings, all stone
fruits, .peaches, plums, apricots, etc.,
are, with scarcely an exception, de-
stroyed. There is barely a hope that a
few of the latest blooming peaches and
plums have escaped. Pears are equal
sufferers, but few escape the general
ruin. Apples are the only large fruits
1 which there is a reasonable prospect
obtaining a partial crop. Many of
hese were still undeveloped and
looming only begun on some varie-
es. Grapes had pushed out shoots
n many varieties several inches long;


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others had only bgun to grow. All
were frozen black and are dead. : As
yet we cannot tell what is to be the
final result. We don't expect to get
many grapes this season; only a few
vines that were still almost dormant
give a promise of fruit. Blackberries
and dewberries were not so forward,
and bore the brunt of Jack Frost's at-
tack better than grapes. Mayes' dew.
berry was just at the point of begin-
ning inflorescence, and gives promise
of a fair crop, though nearly or* quite
all of the most advanced buds were
killed. The great mass of secondary
buds appear to be all right. The
same may be said of other dewberries.
The Dallas blackberry was not yet
sufficiently developed to show its fruit


T, Etc.


buds here (at Pilot Point). We hope,
therefore, we shall have an average
crop of fruit. The only cheerful note '
comes., from Eastern Texas. Dr.
Whitaker tells us Smith county will
have plenty, of fruit. 'We trust the
same gqod fortune has been vouch-
safed to other counties in East and
South Texas. A later report from
Smith county, from C. W. Wood,
rather disturbs our faith in a full crop.
'Only a later examination will reveal
the final results.-Texas Farm and
Ranch.
Twenty-three thousand pounds of
fresh fish were delivered one day last
week to the Tampa Fish and Ice Com.
pany.


1898.


251











248 TEE FLORIDA FIRMER AND FRUIT-GROWER. APRIL 16.


Notice of Application for Letters
Patent.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
intend to apply to the Governor of the State
of Florida for Letters Pate nt, incorporating
them, and their successors, under the name of
Florida Labor Journal Company, in accord-
ance with the proposed articles of association
set forth hereunder.
Proposed articles of Association of Florida
Labor Journal Company. .
ARTICLE I.
The name of the corporation shall be "Flor-
ida Labor Journal Company."
The principal place of business of the Com-
pany shall be Jacksonville, k lorida, but it
may establish branch offices and agencies at
other places within the State of Florida.
ARTICLE II.
The general I nature of the business to be
transacted by the Company shall be the print-
ing, publishing, selling and vending of news-
papers, pamphlets, periodicals, and general
printed matter; also the buying, selling,
leasing and mortgaging of such real and per-
sonal property as may be necessary to carry
on the business of the Company.
ARTICLE III.
- The capital'stock of the Company shall be
fifteen hundred dollars, divided into sixty
shares of the par value of twenty-five dollars
per share. Said stock shall be paid for as fol-
lows: Nine hundred dollars in cash as the
Board of Directors shall call for the same,
and'six hundred dollars in type and other
printing material of the value of six hun-
dred dollars.
ARTICLE IV.
The term of this corporation shall begin
with the issue of letters patent and shall con-
tinue for ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.
The business of the corporation. shall be
conducted by a board of five directors, a pres-
ident, vice president, secretary and treasurer.
The stockholders at the first meeting in July,
1898, and annually thereafter on the first Mon-
day in July, shall elect five of their number
as directors, and said directors, at their first
meeting thereafter shall elect from' their
number a president, vice president, and sec-
retary-treasurer. Until the first annual elec-
tion the business of the corporation shall be
conducted by Samuel H. Coleman, president;
Edward W. Latson, vice president ; and Doly-
cier S. D. Belliny, secretary-treasurer and
by the above officers and Archibald J. 6arey
and Capers M. Vaught as the board of di-
rectors.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness or lia-
bility to which this corporation can at any
time subject itself is two thousand dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The names and residences of the subscrib-
ers to these articles of association are as fol-
lows :
A. J. CAREY, Jacksonville,
C. M. VAUGHT,
S. H. COLEMAN, "
S. W. LATSOi,
D. S.D. BELLINY, "
STATA or FLORIDA,
CoUNTy or DUVAL.
Personally this day before me, a notary pub
lic in and for said County and State, appeared
Capers M. Vaught and D S. D. Belliny, to me
well known, and known to me to be the per-
sons described in and who subscribed the
foregoing articles of incorporation, and sev-
erally acknowledged before me that they sub-
scribe- thesam. to:r the uses and purposes
therein e xprersed. -
In vwitness wnrireof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed my notarial seal this, the
8th day day of April, A D., 1898.
-'-STEPHEN B. POSTER,
J seal.l Notary Public for the State of Florida

Sr.isE OF F tLOniE.A, DURVAL COCT-NTY.
Per_.noaily tniday bef-.frt me appeirci E.
W. Latcon. to me k.won and know-n to me t,o
be one of the persons described in and wlo',
eutbcr;ued tke turgoing arti-lesof icourp..r.
action. and acknowisrae'g o'-t:,re me thut he
Loubcribe.d the same. Witt ne&s my hand and
Notarial seal tis 9tUn day of April l'
I EPHEN E. FoSTER,
t seal} Notary Public for the State of Florida


If there is anythingt'more idiotic in
effect than the continual working of-
the jaws in masticating chewing gum,
we have never yet seen it. Fortunately
the gum idiots are few in Daytona.
County Collector E. P. Thagard
turned over to County Treasurer A.
R. Grifin. over $8,00oo in cash, his'
collections for the month of March.--
Ocala Star.


The sugar cane on the St. Cloud'
plantation, although somewhat ie-(
tarded by frosts, is doing fairly well.
The acreage has been increased by 75 i
acres.


Our Rural Home.


Borax in House Cleaning.
When you are getting the soap,
mops, brushes and other things
needed for the spring house cleaning,
always include a box of powdered
borat in your list, for there is nothing
else that you can use in so many ways.
It is a very cheap and effective cleans-
ing agent, makes the work easier, and
is more satisfactory in every way than
ammonia, sal soda, or other things
that are used for that purpose.
To clean windows, dissolve a little
borax in warm water, wash them in-
side and outside, wipe them dry, and
polish with paper. A stronger solu-
tion may be used to clean the kitchen
sink and pipes and wiil remove all
impurities from them.
To clean marble and remove dirt
and discolorations from brass, copper
and other metals without the slightest
injury, add a tablespoonful of borax to
a pint of hot water. Dip a small brush
into it, and scrub until clean, then
dry and polish with old flannel. The
same solution may be used to clean
alabaster or bronze ornaments; rinse
well and dry with soft cloth.
An excellent soap is made by dis-
solving three ounces of borax and two
bars of good white soap in two quarts
of hot water. The soap should be
shaved fine before it is put in and
the mixture stirred until the soap melts.
This will form a jelly. A tablespoon-
ful stirred into a gallon of soft water
makes a good suds, and when. used
for cleaning wood work removes finger
marks and other soiled places without
injuring the paint. It is also good for
-washing oil cloth and matting, leaving.
it bright :and unfaded. This soap used
in the water in which blankets and
lace curtains are washed greatly assists
in the cleansing process.
If the tea and coffee pots have be-
come discolored, fill them half full of
water, add a little borax and boil fif-
teen or twenty minutes; rinse and
wipe dry and you will find them as,
bright as new. Any kind of tin or
granite vessels may be cleaned in the
same way.
If you are troubled with ants,
roaches or beetles in your closets or
pantry, wash all.the shelves and dry
thoroughly. Then sprinkle powdered
borax over them and cover with clean
paper. The pests will speedily depart.
You need not be afraid to use plenty
of it for it is absolutely harmless. The
free use of borax deodorizes and puri-
fies the cellar and any other place
where it is used; and these are only a
few of the manifold uses that will sug-
gest themselves after giving it a trial.
--Green's Fruit Grower.


Ten Dollars Enough."
A recent writer con-idered it. lemar-
kable achievement, this furnishing the
table supplies of a family of two f.r $10
a week. Another %\ writer discover,.d "EHow
to live on I$,. a year." There are mii-
lions of families who tould consider
either of these sums a princely income.
In the Rural New Yorker, a methodical
housewife stated that, taking an average,
one week with another, her table expen-
ses would amount to $1.50 per week f,,r
each member of the family, she being
obliged to buy eaes, milk and moscof the
vegetables and fruits used. Her dietary
was good and varied.


Another lady tells of a family of six,
belonging to the professional class, and
living in a small city, that lived for a year
upon an average of 11 cents per person
daily and they lived well. Here is an
average bill of fare : Breakfast-.milk
toast, fried potatoes, coffee; dinner-
soup made of shank of beef, fried liver,
rice and potatoes; supper-fried mush,
bread and butter, stewed pears and cake.
Next day, there was pressed beef made
from the soup meat chopped and flavored,
and next day, there was cheap fish nicely
fried. The head of this household was a
skillful economist, absolutely no mistakes

were made in cooking, she had a long
list of simple dishes at her command,
and she especially studied variety." This
housekeeper did not have the advantage
of the farm housewife, who finds her.
greatest economy in the supplies offered
by garden and poultry-yard. Keep ac-
count of these supplies at-regular market
rates, and it is surprising how they will
swell the farm receipts.
Many frugal house wives are furnish-
ing a good, generous diet fortheir fami-
lies at a cost of $1,50 per week for each
member of the family far better than
many others at three times that amount.
To do this the wife needs to be something
of a chemist to know what are the nitro-
genous foods giving bone and muscle and
and the carbo-hydrates, supplying fat or
heat and giving her husband and chil-
dren those foods in proper proportions or
as the dairymen term it, "balanced ra-
tions." It is a bad economy to fail to
provide a generous diet, to save money
to adorn the person or make a display of
household furnishings. The husband
and father, who provides the means lib-
erally for table supplies and fails to get
results, either from ignorance of the wife
how to properly prepare the food, or fail-
ure to furnish it for the table and goes
away from the table unsatisfied, is pretty
likely to seek satisfaction for the craving
of the stomach in narcotics or stimulants
which often ends in a drunkard's home.
and the world wonders, not knowing the
cause.
The writer knows the head of one
household, although much engaged in
church and benevolent work, who con-
siders it her paramount duty to see that
her husband's physical condition is looked
after in carefully selected and properly
prepared food, to meet :the strain on an
intensely active life of both body and
mind, and in this way realizes that
she is accomplishing more than in
directly assuming a part of his laborious
work- The wife has, to a large extent,
the body and soul of husband and chil-
dren in her keeping,, and therein has a
larger mission and a greater responsi-
bility than the husband. The body is
the temple of the soul and the'wife is, or
should be, the verger or care taker of it,
while many whose husbands are careful
providers sadly neglect this duty; too
many alas are compelled to be both care
takers and providers. This is not a fair
division of labor, and needs adjustment.
-Southern Ruralist.
"
The Effect of Tidiness in Wife and
Mother.
On this subject a Virginia woman
writes the Rural New Yorker,' There Ls
little doulit that it has the effect on the
home herein de-eribed: "I liveon a large
farm three miles fromla village, but I
think too much of my husband and fam-
ily to allow myself ever to look untidy.
My mother-in-law, with whom I live,
co.implimented me iecenttly. saying that I
always looked neat, _no matter in what
work I was engaged, whether it be pick-
ing blackberries, feeding chickens, wash-
ing, cooking g or any of the many things
we ftarmeiu' wives daily have to do. I
believe ii making home and person neat
auln attractive for the home folks. I
know that it pays for us to be pleasant,
neatly diessed, and ready to talk with
the tired farmer when his work is finish-
ed. Then he will gladly remove his
working coat for a cleaner garment, and
his muddy boots for a pair of warm slip-
pers, and settle down for a comfortable
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1898. THE FLORIDA FARMER kUD FRUIT4EOWER. 247


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or can around the roots of the plants,
not drawn, avoiding wetting the leaves
as far as possible, or an application ol
liquid manure, made by mixing hen
or sheep manure in water, and applied
in the same way, might be found ef-
fective.--Southern Planter.,
: An honest effort is being made by
customs officials, to prevent fraudu-
lent evasions of the duties on im-
ported tobacco This has stirred up
a hornet's nest among Sumatra im-
porters. Certain interests at Tampa
and Key West that have imported
Havana wrappers at filler rates are
also disturbed. Now that Florida,
Texas and California, have joined the
Connecticut valley, Pennsylvania and
Wisconsin in producing cigar leaf of
admirable quality, we believe domestic
growers are strong enough to down
their opponents. The truth is, how-
ever, that growers should strengthen
their organizations and be in a posi-
tion to safeguard their own interest.-
'American Agriculturist.

Benj. Labe & Sons, of Philadelphia.
have recently purchased close onto
500 bales of Gadsden county tobacco.
While the price is withheld it is said to
be very satisfactory. Among the par-
ties selling were Ottinger& NlcFarlin
255 bales, John Shaw 112 bales, J. T.
Howard 8o bales and Chi L'Orange
20 bales.-Quincy New Era.
A new tobacco company has been
organized at Ocala, to be known as
the Florida Cuba Tobacco Company.
The incorporators are Fred C. Buffum,
president of the Buffum' Loan and


STrust Company; David S. Williams,
United States Commissioner and sec-
Sretary of the Ocala Board of Trade,
and L. J. Medero. ;the well known
tobacco expert of Ocala. The capital
is placed at $50,000, divided into 500
shares of $ioo each. The objects as
stated in the articles of incorpora-
tion are to purchase and improve lands
for the growing and cultivation of
tobacco, to cure, buy, sell and pre-
pare tobacco for market, and manu-
facture tobacco and cigars.-Ocala
Banner. .
We gained but very little in plant-
ing seed beds early this spring. Last
year we planted the i ith day of Feb-
ruary and set out our first plants the
2d day of April. This year we planted
seed beds the i-th day of January
and set our first plants the 2dof April.
The plants were some larger this sea-
son than last, when we began taking
them from the ,beds. Our first cut-
ting was made June 23d, last year, 8x
days from setting out.--San Mateo
Item.

Poultry.

A Georgia Hen Coop.
'The' charm is in the timber,'
said he.
SNo.' said -
"'Fact, just the same,' said he.
'You don't see it on the outside and
you don't know it, but the darkies
around here do. and they won't come
within 400 yards of that coop if they'
can help it. I don't care how full of
chickens it is. 'Cause why? It is
built of the timbers of a gallows on


which a man was hung about three
months' ago in another county. It
cost me something extra to get it, but
it has more than paid for itself since I
have had it, and I am in the market
now to buy all the second-hand scaf-
folds in Georgia. If you run across a
sheriff any place with one for sale, let
me know by next mail, won't you
please?"
'-It was a true bill," concluded the
traveling man, "for I saw a darky tried
on it, and he refused a big silver dol-
lar to go down to the coop to get a
chicken for breakfast.-Washington
Star.
S*4
Poultry Hints.
Wyandottes mature early broilers.
Milk for young ducks is safer if
boiled.
If you chop vegetables for the hens
chop them fine. ,
Bear in mind that in breeding, like
begets like.
Boiled oats are:recommended for
making hens lay.
Pepper is a stimulant and notifood,
and must be carefully fed.
Millet seed in small quantities may
profitably be fed to hens.
When a hen does hot sit her time
out, look for lice, mites or bedbugs.
Too much feed produces laziness
and laziness produces disease in hens.
Oil cake, mixed with corn, oats and
bran, is excellent for molting hens.
ERye is not recommended for hens.
Unless very hungry, they will not.
eat it.


The man who permits geese to roost
in a -barn, does not care much for
cleanliness.

The Care of Young Turkeys. No. 1.
There is more profit in raising tur-
keys than in almost any other branch
of poultry keeping. The young are,
however, exceedingly delicate, and
considerable knowledge of theirneeds.
is necessary in order to be successful
in carrying them through the first few
weeks of their existence. Once safe-
ly past this period they are extremely
hardy, disease rarely attacking them
after the red spots begin to appear
upon their heads. -
The best way to manage in order
to get the most eggs from the turkey
hens, is to gather the eggs carefully
every day from the nests when they
begin laying, and this for two reasons:
The eggs are apt to become chilled by
exposure to the early spring nights;
and secondly, the heni will continue to
lay longer than she otherwise would
if they are removed. The first clutch
of eggs should .be given to common
hens to hatch, and the turkey will,
after a few days, begin to lay again.
These eggs she should be allowed to
sit upon...
Four weeks will be, required to,'
hatch out the little poults, and as fast
as they break the shells they. should
be removed (after they get dry) from
the nest to a basket by the ,kitchen:
fire during the day, returning them to.
the nest at night. When all are out
remove the hen and dust her feathers
thoroughly with pyrethrum, holding
her by the feet, head down, during the
continued on 264. ..


1898.


THrN FLORIDA PARMB AMN FRUMT.eROWBR.


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246 THE FLORIDA FARMER AND FRtTIT-QROWER. APRIL 16,


Pinery.
Edited by John B. Beach, West Palm Beach.
Pineapple Notes.
BY REV. JAS. H. WHITE.


Editor Farmer and Fruit Grower.
From time to time I have laid by
for future reference or comment as
the case may require items that par-
ticularly interested me.
PINEAPPLE FICTION.
On looking over these items I find
none more worthy of present notice
than an article by J. B. B., in your
issue of Aug 21ist, page 523.
Much of the history of varieties in
this article is the product of Mr. B's
imagination, but the purpose of the
present writing is to call attention to
the paragraph containing my name
which reads as follows: "One of these
same Queens sent to Rev. J. H.
White, at Georgiana, reached A. I.
Bidwell, of Orlando, with its progeny.
The label happened to be Ripley
Queen in this instance, and so faith-
fully was the tradition held and so
patriotically was the Department blun-
der adhered to in spite of ocular dis-
proof that many thousands were' sold
to parties on Indian river by Rev.
James White and others as Ripley
Queens.
Now the whole of this is pure fic-
tion. This is true except in the fol-'
lowing particulars:
Sist. No such plant was ever "sent
to Rev. J. H. White."
2d. No such plant or its progeny
ever "reached A. I. Bidwell."
3d. The label did not "happen to.
be Ripley Queen in this instance" for
there was no plant and no label.
4th. There was no tradition "faith-
fully held" as there was no tradition
to be held.
5th. "The Department blunder"
was. not "patriotically adhered to" for
there was no Department blunder.
6th. In this we reach the climax.
This wonderful plant that had no ex-
istence, no label, no tradition and in
regard to which there was no Depart-
ment blunder was neverthelees so pro-
lifc "that many thousands of them
were sold to parties on Indian river
by Rev. James White and others as
Ripley Queens."
PINEAPPLE FACTS.
As a counterpart to the above I will
give the reader a few facts. In Jan-
uary 1884, I visited the late A. I.
Bidwell, at Arlington, near Jackson
ville. I had known his father many)
years before. He was a banker in
St. Paul, Minn. At this time Mr.
Bidwell had a good stock of choice
varieties of pineapple plants. I pur-
chased at that time ten suckers each
of the Queen and Ripley Queen.
The stock from which these were
grown was imported from Thomas
Rivers, near London, Eng. The date
of this importation I have no means
of knowing but probably six or eight
years before my visit to Arlington.
I copy from my pineapple book,
under "Ripley Queen," "February 8,
1884, set ten suckers from A. I. Bid-
well. Cost $8.oo."
There. is a similar entry under
"Queen'? for the ssme day.


I have never received any plants Tobacco
from the Department as "Queens" or T bacco.
"Ripley Queens."
Under the name of "Ripley Queen" Tobacco Plants Failing.
I received plants from two other
sources. One proved to be Supar I would like Professor Massey or
Loaf and the other Variegated Rip- some one to give us some help as to
ley. our tobacco plant beds. The trouble
The above are all the plants that I is that the beds seem to give back
have ever received under the names after the first good drawing of plants.
"Queen" and "Ripley Queen," and After that the plants seem to turn yel-
further I never sent Mr. A. I. Bid- low, the leaves turn up like fox ears,
well any plants of any kind. I think and they seem'to get into a stunted
the above meets all the points raised state-and just stand at one point with-
by Mr. B. in the paragraph quoted. out starting for a long time, even after
Many of your readers probably will they are planted out. The drawing
not recognize Mr. B's attack upon the does not seem to cause this, but they
Department of Agriculture, Mr. A. I. get that way as the plants get older,
Bidwell and myself as the revival of a the weather dryer, or something.
controversy of half-a-dozen years ago, Thus it is general of late years. We
but such it is. The question then was raise dark shipping tobacco, and burn
and is now as to which of several the beds the usual old way on new
sorts is the genuine "Ripley Queen." land, then hoe in one pound of good
Is it the Ripley Queen imported from complete fertilizer to each yard, which
England by both the Department and would be 4,900 pounds to the acre,


CUBAN TOBACCO IN FLORIDA.

How to Grow It.
How to Cure It.
How to flake it Pay.
-BY-
IKItl4E 0. VAtRIr, pott .meade, pla.
CONTENTS:
Introduction. Florida's Opportunity. Advantages of Tobacc'o over
other Florida Crops. History of the Tobacco Plant Irrigation.
Lands suitable for Tobacco. The Seed Bed. Preparation of
Land for Tobacco. What Fertilizers to use. How to
apply Fertilizers. Transplanting. Cultivation
Suckering. Topping. Worms, and how to
handle them. How to tell when plants
are ripe. When to cut Tobacco.
Pole Curing. The curing
House.
T-' JBITOJTliGQ PROCESS.
The Pilon, how to make. Stripping and Grading. How to Bae. Insecti-
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Book last Year.
Explains everything. from seed to cigar. step uy step. In a simple, concise manner, 'ac-
cording to themethbois puruei-with so mu:b o..si-by tbe Cuban experts at Ft. Meade.
Every Tobacco Grr.o>er should have a gocd Text B.,OK on Tobsco To the beginner
sucn a tb-ook is an absolute n1ec.ssirty.
Prie Siice-nts a copy, pstpaid Address nIl orders to KLINE 0. VARx, Ft. Meade, Fla.


.Mr. Bidwell, or is it the mongrel besides the ashes, which would seem
stock imported from Jamaica by Mr. I enough; indeed, many claim that the
B. and others under the name of Rip- failure of the plants is caused by the

Later on if all be well we will look use of the fertilizer. If you can sug-
into this matter of Ripley and Ripley gest a remedy it would be of much
Queen. value to us, for if we fail to get an
Island Home, Merritts Island, Fla. early even stand of tobacco, then it
... never makes a crop of black wrappers,
See that the grit boxes are kept well but has to go as low grade and at low
supplied with sharp grit. prices. We never use fertilizers, but
--------- --- always a clover fallow, for the best
UiCiK WO K, 1 crop of wrappers or shipping,
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We are of opinion that this failure 50 Cents a Year
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the nitrogen from the bed. A heavy It treats of varieties, soils, fertilizers. dis-
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g keting, cold storage and all that relates to
all the immediately available nitrogen Vineyard, Orchard,' -
from a plant-bed fertilizer, or it will be and Fruit Garden.
washed out by the rains.. This nitro- From editorials to adrerrisementa its ool-
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We would suggest the application of a a be kept in au c oditio
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solution bf nitrate of soda, applied ihe will lay eggs as regular as she goes .to
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